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YEAR 9- arasrZntvrrr THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 3 IM7 We have in stock a complete line of FarmingMachinery SMftfftMmmmmmm mmntfmmm11rmmur E Farmers Attention I Land Rollers Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Champion Iowers Cliattanaoga Plows Champion Hay Rakes Superior Wheat Dirlls Kentucky Wheat Drills Superior Corn Drills 1 horse Genuine Malta Single Shovel Plows Genuine Malta Double Shovel Plows Black Hawk Corn Planters 2horse Genuine Brown Manly Riding Cul tivator Genuine Brown Manly Walking Cul tivator h r 1 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 BUGGIES and more admirabie points in a for the money than And invite you to inspect themOur line of HARNESS will convince you that we are giving bargains so dont be satisfied until you see our goods Conn Bros E CashWalterA Wood MowerS35 HASELDEN BROS1 iU iUUiiUiU1U1Uluunuu U6UnUUlun UUnnu I buggy anyone F Buggies T Heradon Ben D Herndon MERNWN IERNWN Attorneys At Law KentHCky Mice over Stontes drag store i I cuter y= Jilll IIIJJIJIJJJIJJJJIIIIJJILIIJ II IIJJII F JJ43eaz1e Undertaker Cavity Elia1l IOSee OK nvnxsaeee L DAVIDSON OBce over Police Conrt room Prompt attention to business I R AttorneyAt I J Law FULL CASKETS AKIl BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS H STOCK l LIfter 1IJ11111 IllIlIllIfllllllllitllIlIlIIIIUTIITIIIIIIII illlllllllll SUCCESS WITHIN REACH Promoters of New Hotel with Much Success Only Small Amount Needed to Complete Plans After a long and tedious effort Lancaster citizens have the hotel question up to a point very little more liberality on part of others the sadly needed can be secured Those have subscribed can readily see the building and maintaining of a hotel as the Garrard was will so ii crease the value of their other in Lancaster that they will in way net greater returns for than if loaned out at six per cent that what they put into the buildin is at the same time perfectly safe a the hotel stands good therefor Mr Zimmer is to keep it insured pay the taxes The building is to b erected on the old site built the handsome new Garrard Bank 5 Trust Cos building All the space will be utilized as a hotel no room b ing taken up with an opera house Tin building is to be modern in every r specs and as Mr and Mrs Zimmer the proposed managers have had in the business first class isassuredThe displayed by some citizens is commendable indeed We say liberality but in reality it is plain good business sense for an propertyholder knows that a hotel like the famous Garrard did more to and bring business to the town than anything else A town is judged more from its hotel accommodations than from any other point from the fact that it is there the stranger must it Js the home of the who can make or kill a town quicker than any other means There is enough money lying idle in the three local banks to build a house forty stories but to the detriment of the town the depositors will not let it only at six eight or ten per after every property holder in rard county has pledged his name as security The amount lost in speculation in foreign investments will never be mown as many of those who lost in the gambling schemes are too much ashamed of their folly to tell even their most intimate friends But to get back o he point The Record- is not of the opinion that the monied people of Lancaster are going to let this opportunity pass for they have too much pride and good business judgement to sit idle and thus lose the last ray of hope ever to be given the town We will be frank and say that if this falls through a hotel will never be built in Lancaster and she will be a little one horse backwoods hamlet which the traveling public will fight shy of and never fail to taken shot at when asked by those who have never been up against it As stated above the money is here there can be no loss its need is as lain as day light and The Record does not believe those in position to now make the effort a success will tie another hardknot In their purse itrings continue to watch for foreign good things and let the old town drag along in a snails pace What be done must be done in the next week Lets see what we shall see Butchers in several neighboring owns have advanced the price of neat claiming they cannot buy and ell at a reasonable profit since the advance in butcher stuff Prominent Masons Here Messrs Bert Stockton and Z if Richmond were in Lancaster last week and honored the local Royal Arch Masons with a visit They are prominent members of the Richmond edge and two as clever gentlemen as be found anywhere Heres A Pear Tree Cousin Charley Grimes tells The that while walking over the arm of Mr William Lear last Sunday le saw a pear tree which measured 9 7 inches around He made and its so The tree is in state of preservation and will a crop this year The Record office has been given the for printing the catalogue for Lancaster fair It will consist of rom seventy five to one hundred each about 6x9 inches Six thousand have been ordered and the will be commenced in the next days It will be printed on extra paper and tound in a handsome expensive cover Press Meeting President D B Wallace of icky Press Association has called a meeting of his executive committee at Seelbach Hotel Louisville May th At this time final arrangements the summer meetipg of all the edi ors in the state will be arranged The trip to the Jamestown Exposition will be planned As May 6th is Derby and many newspaper men will the city to see the great race Wallace has invited all to attend meeting which will be held at 9 clock a m Wreck on Kay See No 29 the south bound passenger rain jumped the track near Silver reek Friday and the wreck was not eared until late that night The passengers were brought down on No 9 night train after many hours I Meeting i certain wherewith the enterprise who I hat such property this money and and and around experience hotel r advertise o high rout centS always a tl ir I I TRIce I can Record feet measurement good I bear A Large Catalogue order the pages task few good and I the Ken the for I also Day I President i I 1 the 1 walt 4 c I work our drummer is- o bet fie rI WiLL BUILD LAUNDRY Ground Secured Lumber and Mach ery Ordered Will Have Latest Improved Methods That Lancaster will have a laundr is now an assured fact Mr Horace Herndon has contracted with Kinnaird for a large building to 1 erected on the lot in rear of the latter ollicc on Danville street and material for the house has been ed Sanders Bros of the Lancaster Planning Mills were given the orde and as they have the material i stock it will be delivered on the lot a once The frame portion between E Kinnairds office and the Ballard House will be made into an entrant into the laundry building making very convenient and an ideal location for the business r Herndon went t Cincinnati this week and placed contract for a large lot of the latest improved machinery and this will b shipped in a few days It will not much time to complete the house as it requires no difficult work and arge force of hands will be worked That a laundry in Lancaster prove a paying venture there is m doubt and the benefit it will be ti the people cannot be over estimated All kinds of washing will be done especial attention being given to lass of material which the colored woman of today has to be begged and doubly paid to do The impression that only collars cull shirts etc will handled is a mistake The problen jf securing a washerwoman is today is serious as that of obtaining a cook and now that this will be climated there will be much rejoicing amont the housewives of the town and A delivery wagon will be run work called for and delivered The in the long run will not be at sigh as it is today when the washer rvomau is depended upon The second team came over from Saturday and were defeated y the home boys in a game of hall sore 21 to 7 The visitors were plendid set of young gentlemen Webers Band for Lancaster Fair Ata meeting of the directors of the Lancaster fair it was decided to ugage Webers famous Cincinnati to play for the meeting There be eighteen men and Mr Weber agreed to come with the men his band won the last premium in United States and is the finest side of New York City It will the fair association a mint of money but they decided to have Web r regardless of price and a contract been closed The Cremery Over two thirds of the shares have subscribed for the Creamery and soon as the balance has been taken be notilied of a meet g to be held to elect an executive committee to procure a site and act as committee until the plant is nnplettd and ready to incorporate regular officers will be elected will be commenced at once on erection of the plant and within next ninety days Lancaster will an Elgin Creamery in New One on K C Many good things have been said in to the slow time made by the trains As the engines are run backward a pilot is placed i the tender of them Some one why this was done and the reply that it was necessary to keep stock overtaking and running over the Splendid FairThis Year The rings for tne Lancastei fair commenced filling even this and judging from the immense lot letters received by Secretary R L the show of stock will be larger ever before show in this city lie premiums are large enough to the very best stock and are so that each ring will be enjoyed r everybody on the grounds As in a recent issue of The Record Dgs for poultry and hogs have been this year which meats more to the visitors and a bigger in every way The grounds need little work and the most fair ever given in Lancaster will be by the public A Splendid Organization A large class of new nembers was by the Lancaster camp of of America at a very enthusiastic meeting last Thursday in the K P hall District Spurgeon of Harrodsburg was attendance and assisted in the inn work A briefeoquent address delivered by past State L Walker of this city The Modern Woodmen is the strongest order of the in the world and the members are very hopeful for a large jveral more have made application membership and will be adopted at next meeting Those who are already members and in need of Fraternal protection should invest ite the principles of this gigantic Further information see Assist Deputy Head Consul Carter M at the Gaines hotel or Dr J M clerk of the local camp who will to you the principles and bene of Woodcraft Every man in the should carefully consider the reposition which this great society I K Dr J B the order it M the require a will that and county and all cost a band will has the this cost has been subscribers will building when Work the the have upto date operation regard local frequently asked was from trains have early of than bring selected stated added enjoyment fair but successful enjoyed adopted Modern Woodmen evening Deputy was Lecturer- L kind here camp- S for their not order ant Corn Acton Impart fits county fie kin tort ers 4 1 Services at Baptist church next morning and evening Regula conference at 1030 All members ar requested to be present Pastor Best The remains of Mrs Tom Best o Hustonviile were interred in the Cemetery Wednesday afternoon Mrs Best was the daughter of Mn Pauline Arnold and a sister of Mn Geo T Farris of this city Good Sales in Mercer Sf R Curry sold Tuesday for A Stagg his place of 40 acres on the ishville pike to Isaac Scott at fi5 00 per acre Possession with transfer They also sold for Kirby S Woods 40 acres near Bondville to G Y Ransdall for 2200 equal to cash Possession with transfer Card of Thanks We take this means of thanking our many friends for the kindness shown us in our recent bereavement- Mr and M Arnold My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward No Y says Dr Kings New Discovery my best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also a wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the other left one by one until she was well Dr Kings New Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it Fully guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free lm Brown Cultivators Mount Elkin The best line of Refrigerators ever in at Mount Elkin 2t White Mountain Refrigerators at 2t t Mount Elkin Good Property For Sale In order to wind up the estate I will sell the residence and three acres f ground belonging to the late Capt rank J White on Richmond street near town The property is in good ondition and very desirable Price 2500 For ther information call in H T Logan tf J S Armstrong Dallas Tex Having sold Ice in Lan caster the past 8 years nd having doubled our we are now ready o contract with some good reliable to act as our agent We have ttractive for reliable Danville Ice Coal Co Bell phone 24 1 E Sunday Lancaster C COlD Mrs T performed symptoms perfectly 2t town fur party is N C C IlllL Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated We will show you the right thing in SKIRT STYLES Good muslin underwear Attractively Priced Ifyour Spring 6arpot or Rug is yet to be bought come in and let us show you our line We are confident of interesting you Newest Colored Wash Fabrics Madras Chambray Batiste Swiss Challies Lawns Silks Or gandies and Voiles J See our line cfSpring SLIPPERS HOSIERY THE COMPANYIncorporated I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Joseph Mercantile I jLPAAJWtNftMWUdftfiJU AWAJthMJutflI and r See Our Swell Line Of LADIES OXFORDS 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 T LOGAN S 4 Ideal Pat Kid OXFORDS ann PUMPS I I and i Ov- erShoes Great QuitBusiness Sale beginning Saturday May 45 and continuing until May 15 TEN DAYS ONLY by the big C G Salvage Company for H Patterson Proprietor of THE BLUE FRONT Lancaster On account of the failing health of his family the entire stock of goods of H Patterson proprietor of the popular Blue Front at Lancaster Kentucky has been placed In the hands of the great C G Salvage Company to be disposed of between the 4th and 15th of DAYS ONLY The stock embraces Clothing Shoes Ladies and Gents Furnishings Dry Goods Carpets Trunks and numerous other articles The entire 22000 stock and fixtures to be closed out in ten days regardless of cost Greatest sale ever known Ten days only Forty cents on the dollar and less Mr Pattersons misfortune is your good fortune On account of the poor health of his family and himself and upon the advice of his physicians he is forced to quit business in Lancaster and seek a more congenial climate Immediately following the close of the ten day sale and the winding up of his other business interests in Lancaster he will join his invalid wife at Hendersonville North Carolina Mr Patterson is forced to this sale with reluctance but health is more valuable than worldly possessions As the people of Lancaster know Mrs Patterson was forced to go to Hendersonville many months ago The store has been enlarged the business has grown to big proportions and the largest stock of fresh clean goods that Mr Patterson has ever bought arrived less than a month ago and are just now ready for the market This sale is one of the greatest and most stupendous in the history of Kentucky and merchandise will be sold for forty cents on the dollar as long as it lasts Practically everything in the house is new 1907 spring old or shelfworn Those who know the policy of the C G Salvage Company will know that the prices will be no object in this sale The man with the slim purse can cut a big figure in this sale as every quarter will be as big as a dollar when the doors open at 830 Saturday Morning for TEN DAYS THEREAFTER All fixtures in the store will be sold They embrace five floor showcases two stoves three counter showcases lace rack jewelry case umbrella case ribbon case three thread cases sixteen counters window fixtures and a Mosler Combination Fireproof Safe also household goods and my fine buggy mare phaeton runabout and spring wagon My loss is your gain Enough has been said H Patterson and the C G Salvage Company vouch for every statement made in this advertisement and stand ready to back word The store is now closed to arrange the mammoth stock for the big sale i kr j r 1 F 8 SL I i MayTEN andvalue goodsnothing May4and every ti C4 t 2 1 CLOXiiiv jkg ILiNISS T Come one and all Saturday May 4th and for Ten Days Thereafter= Mens Suits Mens Heavy and light weight business suits an immense range of fancy Scotch and mixed cheviots actually worth 500 Clos ing out price 139 Mens fine suits comprising grand as sortment of single or double breasted in Me tons and Scotch mixtures in the very latest shades French faced fiuish worth 1000 Closing out price 298 Mens extra fine dress suits equal in every respect to custom work this seasons latest styles in cassimers cheviots thibets and plaids worth up to 1000 Closing out price 448 Mens fine suits made of English unfinish ed worsteds imported thibets fancy tweeds heavy worsted serges and other fabrics of finest weaves worth 1650 Closing out price 548 Mens extra fine suits that embody the latest styles features and patterns both in fine home and foreign suits silks and satin lined tailored into garments of faultless fashions worth up to 2500Closing out price 889 Mens Pants Mens good work pants worth up to 150 Closing out price 69c Mens fine allwool pants in cassimeres and fancy worsteds worth 400 Closing out price 170 Mens fine tailored pants in new patterns plain and fancy worth up to 450 Closing out price 198 Childrens Suits Childrens suits all sizesworth up to 350 Closing out price 95c Childrens fancy suits worth 400 500 and out price 189 500 childrens swell belt overcoats velvet collars fancy trimmed all sizes worth 500 Closing out price 129 Watches 2500 watches Elgin movement 20 year out price 798 6ooClosing guaranteeClosing Trunks A full line of trunks suit cases and valises Boys Suits Boys suits all styles and sizes worth up to SSoo Closing out price 198 fine dress suits plaid and fancy col ors worth up to Siooo Closing out price 129 to 498 Boys Knee Pants Boys extra good knee pants worth 35C Closing out price 9c Extra fine knee pants worth up to 100 Closing out price 29c Hats and Caps 1000 hats all out 29c Mens and boys caps worth 75C Closing out price 5 to 19c Fine straw hats and Panamas almost given away Dress Goods Specials Thousands of yards of dress prints in black white and silver gray and indigo blue Closing out price per yard 3tfc Dress Madras cloth Closing out price per 2000 yards best quality price per yard 3 c Plaid Scotch dress ginghams worth i2cts Closing out price 4c Lambs fleeced flannel worth price 84c Flannelettes worth 2oc Closing out Qc Outing flannels out price 6 c I2C quality unbleached muslins Closing out price 4c Hill muslins i gc quality Closing out 7 c Amoskeag apron ginghams comfort cali coes unbleached muslin bleached pillow cas ings Popperel sheetings Rochdale sheetings miles and miles of above domestic in bolt Come and pick them out Closing out prices Boys stylesClosing yard4c printsClosing- out 2ocClosing- out worth35cClosing Notice to Merchants Here is an opportunity for mer chants to buy goods fresh and up to date at a bid per cent off the actual wholesale cost Closingout Prices on Mens Furnishings Mens fine white handkerchiefs worth lOc only IC Mens colored handkerchiefs large size fast color only sc Mens heavy hose worth 15c only ac Mens tine Lisle hose in black and brown worth 20c only 7C Mens fine cassimere hose worth 25c only Sc Mens fine wool hose worth 25cat 9c Mens fine underwear worth 50c only igc Mens fine Australian underwear worth 100 only 39c Medium grade of shirts worth 50c Closing out price xsic lens fine ribbed underwear worth 1 25 only jjc Fine Lisle web suspenders worth 50c only iic Mens silk web suspenders worth T5c only igc Mens fine dress shirts worth LOO only sgc 1000 pairs of leather gloves worth up to 100only igc 2000 pairs of overalls go at 39c Regular silk ties only nc Mens black and white striped work shirts worth 75c only age Manhattan dress shirts worth from 150 to 2 00 Closing out price 79c A FEW DONTS Dont hesitate to come Dont miss the place Dont forget the date Dont kick on the crowds Dont be skeptical Dont forget to tell your friends Dont forget the sale saves you 65 per cent Dont forget the sale lasts Ten Days Only Dont get mad by being pushed by the crowd Dont get mad if you get your corns mashed Dont forget your Dont forget THE BLUE Remember that this stock consists of nice seasonable merchandise No odds and ends All our winter goods at your own price I I I fOc Everythin Must be sold In 10 Days I I pocketbook More Dress Goods Specials 34 inch Scotch mixed suitings for tailor mades regular price 150 Closing out 49c Finest imported Henrietta dress cloth 45 inches wide worth 125 Closing out 29c Novelty dimities extra fine quality Clos ing out price 7c Double width novelty full dress cloth worth 100 Closing out price 16c Black figured brilliantine very fine worth out price lQj4c Cambric Closing out price 2 c Ladies Gloves Ladies kid gloves worth 100 to 500 Closing out price 10c Ladies Furnishings Corsets worth from to i5o closing out price 19c Corsets worth from 150 Closing out price 19c 65 ladies sealskin capes worth up to Closing out price 198 Veiling all colors worth aoc closing out price 19c Sandsilk Closing out price per spool 2 j c Ladies 5oc belts Closing out price 7c Taffeta ribbon worth 25C Closing out price 5c Embroideries Closing out price per yard 3c LadiesSkirts and Ready Made Suits Ladies and Misses tailormade suits worth from 1000 to 25 Closing out price 398 White linen for suits and waists worth soc Closing out price 19c Ladies skirts in cheviots broadcloth mo hair panama and plaids worth up to 1000 Closing out price 98c roo to 498 Silk shirt waists almost given away Window Shades Window shades linen fancy work French Closing out price 19c 72cClosing roc soc to 25 I I Underwear and Hosiery Vomens and childrens fast black hosiery made with double heel and toe worth 25c Closing out price 4c 85 dozen silk Lisle and fancy hosiery for women men and children at less than actual cost of material Womens vests and pants silk 5c closing out price 19c Womens underwear worth 250 Closing out price Qc Hundreds ofdozens ofsilk wool and cotton vests almost given away Handkerchiefs Large assortment of laces ribbons ruch ings embroideries at the mercy of the people Ladies and childrens handkerchiefs clos ing out price lc Ladies hemstitched handkerchiefs worth 15c Closing out price 3c Ladies embroidered handkerchiefs worth loc Closing out price 4c Table Cloths and Towels Highest grade red and white cloth worth 75c Closing out price 22c White table cloths worth Soc Closing out price 24c Thousands of yards of ticking Closing out price from 5c up towels worth White crash towels worth 2oc Closing out price 6c Pure linen towels worth 500 Closing out price 19c Lace Curtains Lace curtains Closing out per pair 890 Carpets Mattings and Rugs Carpets worth 500 Closing out price 14c out price 8ic Druggets worth up to 3500 Closing out prices from i4S to 1398 tapedworth I Redcheck 25cClosing out 4e e MattingsClosing L THE BLUE FRONT Lancaster Kg WANTED experienced sales people Good wages paid J RAILROAD FARE paid to outoftown buyers of 2500 or more within 30 miles enter until you see tie name over the door The Blue Front We guarantee the prices quoted to be correct and will take back exchange or refund money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever Sale opens Saturday May 4 contines 10 days Look for the large Red White and Blue Canvas at The Blue Front Mark the Place arid Date The Blue Front Lancaster Ky Saturday May 4 83O a m for 1O Days Twenty FC I Do not i s z r fi1fJf T 6g I o r 3I6 rT- y tI 4- g If you have not bought that Suit HART SCHAFFNER MARX 1 Dont lose your head and buy a MISFIT but BE WISE and come see the swellest line of Clothing made I Eati Z aIS Ii Z= eI- I They Fit f0 TIgJ rn ffij m Lrn I kl WHITE ELEPHANT STORE New Things i Swell line of Stetson Shoes Full line Wilson Bros Shirts in all the newest patterns Panama Hats also the correct shapes in Straw Sailors v All kinds of Underwear Ifyou want the correct styles and good quality come to HemphiO West E gj lffi I el MensWear I e I I I I IN- r cr 4 0- r 03- r0S I I fv D6 Cant Afford to Paint The man who says that forgets that properly done is economy and tne fact is he afford NOT to paint How often require topaint is largely upon the paint you use SHERWINWlLUAMS PAINTS painting cant ou dependent THE outlast others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect SherwinWilliams Paints They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it is watt to paint a house or anything in or out of the make the right paint that particular one slapdash mixture for all SOLD paintsThe housewe purposenot Y McRoberts Dug 1ite DO IN T CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter I J- I whether the immediate cause was catching the fish or failing to get it The decision of a Nebraska court that a kiss given and accepted at the time as a payment of debt is not a legal satisfaction of the bebt must be class ed rank anarchism A kiss has always been a quid pro quo This decision would make invalid the sale of kisses occasionally made for benevolent or patriotic purposes A bas with the doctrine that a kiss has no real value A Pennsylvania womans life has been saved by the fact that the bullets tired by her jealous husband would not penetrate her silk dress and- I jealous Pennsylvanians are now har- I rassed by demands of their wives for silk raiment The newspaper men who meet in Louisville May 6th Derby day will have one great advantage over many the other fellows who journey to the Falls City on that day in that they lave railroad passes and will not have to walk home The Jamestown Exposition is now on in full blast and many people will take money they need for other pur poses and hie to the show there to get rid of their coin to see sights they will forget before they half way home Fights over the collection after communion should be conducted un der Queensberry rules In the one at Philadelphia the pastor was kicked by one of the vestrymen Let all things be done decently and in order as the apostle says The fish liar the Spring fever the streetcorner loafer all strike asufferitg public at the same time but the of the peeka boo shirt waist brings enough good cheer to offset these troubles Mr Rockefeller has been sufficiently impressed by the cries of faminestrick en China to donate 50000000 for its education This ought to educate most of those who will be left after the famine The settlement of the brewery strike of Springfield Mass on the basis that the men are to be limited to one gal Ion of beer each per day shows how the workingman is being ground down to the beer necessities ot life in New EnglandSigns spring multiply Among them is an Illinois story of the killing of450 snakes found in one hole Anyone who predicts another cold wave is enemy of the public peace I l out If I I I appearance an I n ate MT HEKUGN Mr Alex Dean had a good work mare to die last week Mr II L Thompson bought a cow and calf from Timothy Ford for 3500 Mr Charles Grow and Miss Mabel Land attended preaching here Sunday Miss Peachie Mae SandersspenL last week with her sister Mrs Henry Montgomery Mt Hebron church unanimously can ed Rev C S Ellis the present pastor for the ensuing year Mrs Russell Vanderpool and little son Eugene spent last week with tives in this locality Misses Linnie Preston and Alice Sny der of Stone were the guests of Mis Sam Duncan Saturday night Mr C S Sanders wife and little daughter Ida Mae were with Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan Sunday Messrs Isaac Montgomery and Li burn Ray who have been reported as victims of typhoid fever are recover ing slowly Mr Sraueal Duncan moyed to his farm recently purchased and Mr Gip son Vanderpool moved to the house vacated by Mr Duncan Misses Pearl and Beatrice Sanders Alice Snyder and Linnie Preston of Stone attended preaching at this place Sunday and were the guests of Miss Lula Montgomery Mr Isaac Montgomery of this place and Miss Mayme Jennings of Jessa mine county accompaned by air Bring Dean and Miss Lula Montgomery drove to Nicholasville Thursday and were married by Rev Irvin They re turn to the brides home where a nice supper was awaiting them a reception was given at the groomes home We extend congratulations to them A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when he ran a jimson bur into his thumb He says The doctor wanted amputate it bat I would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the dangerous wound 25c at R E McRoberts Drug gist 1m The weather remains quite cool Dont Pay Alimony to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keep your bowels regular with JJr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Drug gist 25c Try them lm I L I r la I I I Friday ThCl1 I f wear PIC01 buy until you see our line of Wa are just receiving more new styles in Oxfords for Men Women and Children Come see them See our line of Piece Goods for Tailormade Suits which cost you no more than the ordinary readymade goods and ycu can have them like you want them Fisher Herring inand errigJas Smiths I rnitki r ati y They Sell Ii More Smith I AT I h s I 1 New Shoes Herring Our Boys Suits are Strictly Up to Date New line Children Strap Slippers Just Received Oar stock is entirely New No chance for carriedover Goods I I Lancaster Ky May Mayor Clarence E Woods of Rich mond has issued a call for a meeting of friends of law and order in Kentuc ky to be held in Louisville Monday and Tuesday May 13 and 14 for the purpose of forming an organization to bring about a more thorough of the law and the upbuilding Of morality generally The call is appro ed by leading citizens of the state and the most influential and people have been asked to be pre sent As The Record has frequently stated Mayor Woods takes more inter est in performing the duties of his office than any other Mayor in the state as he gives almost his entire time to it Us has given special atten tion to the liquor laws which are creating so much interest in Kentucky today That this meeting in Louis ville is the right move there is no doubt whatever Lancaster should send some representatives as this town is now enjoying the absolute of the law and our may impart some useful knowledge to the other delegates as well as gather points of inestimable town and county Rev F M Tin ders name is among those of the prominent temperance advocates given in the circular letter Now lets see vho is going to take hold of this hold a meeting and send the It is the prevailing custom among ministers to give all wedding fees they receive to their wives Mrs McCulloch the newlyelected justice of the peace in Chicagos classic suburb totes fair in this respect and will turn over all such fees to her husband Fair woman may be taking mans away from him but she will spare him the proper perquisites Kankakee blushingly for ward with a story or an aged lithe man found dead on the bank of the river with a big fish struggling in his line ItJs stated that he died of heart disease but there is no explanation 31907 enforcement I I J enforcement representatives Evanston business IiI Imes o prominent tour representatives c Ci0Xe 7 Genuine I Brown i The ss Cultivator that ispSole agents for Page and American Fence II MOUNT ILKIN rY eT0Y Y r X C xelej xe rl 11 Buggies OLD HICKORY WAGONS Wire Fence Buggy Harness All Kinds of Plow Gear I Steam and Gasoline Engines W J ROMANS I III III I IJI II ill I Try our W L Douglass I Shoes Best in the world I New line Pants for Men I and Boys I I brands of merchandise we I The offerare strictly reliable slonlating thefoodandRcguta ling ihc StcEu hs anlBovcls ness andBestContains neither Opium Iorpliine flrprmiat Apcrfccl Remedy forConstipa WormsConvulsionsFcvcrish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP TacSinutc Signature 1 hIIImt I I I luIAU 0- clctabl As Promotes nor OT l1Jr JjSnd Pi lmSwl Jt I Jt 1 EXACT JrMyfl ttmm ijitd NARCOTIC dM- RGrkSdtr m F or- t y1 NEW io1IIit COFYtiVWRAPPCR i o 1f t Fer Infants and Children The Kind You Have j Always Bought Bears the I Signature of In Use For Over ri Thirty Years 1 CA8TORiuiTHE CEnTAUR COMPANY HEW YORK CITY r m CLOTHES HOLD THEIR SHAPE Have you ever been caught in the rain with an ordinary suit of clothes on Remember what happened One trouser leg stretched the other shrunk coat looked like H carried a weight in each pocket whole suit hiked up one and down the Jff other Ii r y Y i KANTBEBEAT clothes hold their shape as wellshrunk cloth only goes into them They are perfectly cut and 4 scientifically tailored Jvl Get suit of KANT superior to so called tailor made Find them at the busy store of intoa BEBEAT = R S Brown and Bro Millinery Millinery New York and Paris Patterns Beautiful Tailored Hats to Wear for Ladies Milan Sailors for Children styles and prices to suit all We have an up to date and experienced trimmer who will take pleasure in waiting on you Call and see us before buying elsewhere As Spring approaches you 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 rRISBIES DRUG STORE Ready I ofrepairing I II I I I I 1 a line COMBINED STALLION RED LEAF JrWill make the season of 1907 at my stable 21 miles from Lancaster on pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bay stallion 4 old 153 by Red Bird son Joe Brown he by Cabbells Lexington First dam Second Cabbells Lexington This horse will please anyone who wants to breed to the best As a with but little handling he won many blue ties Cabbells Lexington stock need further comment Also at same place will stand two good Jacks at 10 each to living colts A lien re tained on all colts for the season money Money due when mare is parted with Care taken to accidents but not responsi COLONEL This fine Jersey Bull will stand at farm miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at 4tr the Season with return privilege Money due service rendered years l Pe cock 11 are scarce and are too well known to ble should any occur Wm LEAR 4i when iI E FPIERCE Lexington very Henry Old Reliable Barber Free Neck Shave Free Tonic with each Bair Cut Go to DuncanThe Personal Mrs Robert Brewer is visiting In HaiTodsbiinr Mrs J A Mc 8S has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr Owen Shugars of Jacksonville Fla is visiting his home folks Mr and Mrs II M Ballou Sun day with relatives in Stanford Miss Emma VanSickle of Danville is the guest of Miss Lucy Gregory Miss Ethel Dunn has returned from a visit to relatives in Bryantsville Miss Levy Dunn of Bryantsville was a visitors here the past week Judge J C Hemphill has returned from several days stay in Louisville Mesdames J E Stormes and Louis Landram visited Danville the past weekMrs Charles Davis has returned from several months stay in Knoxville Tenn Miss Annie Herndon has been the guest of Miss Julia Higgins of Rich mond Miss Lelia Elkin of Louisville has been visiting Misses Sallie and Mattie ElkinAttorney W I Williams was out of town this week on important legal mattersMiss Reid and Mrs Ebb Dieter son were visitors in Lexington the past week Capt Wm Herndon was in Estill county this week looking after some legal matters Mesdames J F Robinson and B D Herndon were in Danville the past week shopping Misses Rachel and Ellie Kennedy of Richmond is visiting Misses Fannie and Rate Henry Miss Eulah Totten has returned to her home in Stanford after a visit to Mrs James Dunn Kennedy of Richmond and Miss Brunette Arnold visited Stan ford friends Sunday Mrs OBannon and Miss Bertha OBannon of Stanford were guests of Mrs W T West Sunday Miss Bettie Anderson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs W T Browning of Lexington Mrs John Logan and son Van and Mrs Smith left this week for New York where they will reside Mr Alex Francis and bride of Fork Miss are guests of his mother Mrs Edna II Francis Mr C M Corn of Harrodsburg is in town in the interest of the Woodmen of America an insurance lodge Mrs Dave Henry of Hiattsvillewho has been ill has recovered sufficiently to visit in Lancaster this week Mesdames W B Mason W R Cook and little daughter Margaret were visitors in Danville the past week Mr and Mrs Louis Landram will go to Louisville Friday afternoon the on a brief business trip and the latter to visit her sister Mrs A H Rice Miss Maud Wilson of Richmond was the guest of her sisters Miss Fan nie Wilson and Mrs W R Gott last weekMrs Rebecca West and daughters Misses Fannie and Bettie West have been visiting Mrs George Robinson of DanvilleMr Herndon who runs mail clerk between Louisville and Lexing ton was here a few days this week He is on the L and N trains and has a good run Mrs J A Arnold returned home Sat urday after a pleasant visit to rela tives in Louisville and Paris While in Louisville she attended the gradu ating exerrises at the Gray Street Mr K K Kirby who has been on duty U S gauger in Anderson has been assigned to the Pilerimmage distillery in this city for the present month He is considered one of the most accurate men in the service Wonderful Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being affected We then employed other doc tors Lut no benefit resulted By chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottleand soon noticed improvement We continued this medicine untilsever al bottles were used when our boy was completely cured Best of all blood medicines and body building health tonics Guaranteed at McRoberts Drugstore 50c lm CASTORFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I i relatives I Miss RlIie former IA r spent Rolling Infirmary Bears the Signature of COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery KILLTHE WITH FOR I OLDS FRICK TeW Free AND ALlTMROAT AND lUNGTIIOUBLES 1GUARARTEED JIEP11JfDED SATISPACTO- goli Yowz IEGIEGID Clover Timothy Orchard and Blu3 Grass recleaned and clipped seed oats just received The best grades at the lowest prices Corn Oats Hay Ship Stuff and Mixed reed We are in the market at all times for Corn and Hay BANKS HUDSON Y w WII II I C L d i I II I COAL I I FEED I I I Ir ar o northern HUYANTSVILLE Miss Mabel Maret was in Lexington last week Mr J C William sold a house to Mrs Josephine Boner for SHOo Miss Ethyl West has been the guest of Miss Mayme Ballard Mr and Mrs J 11 Dunn visited rela tives in Lexington last week Mr and Mrs W LGlass of Jessamine spent Sunday with relatives Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leavell are visiting at London Mr Jeff Dunn sold 2 horses at Stigall and Rankin of Boyle for 295 Quite a number from here have been attending the skating rink at Danville Mr B F Patton and daughters Misses Bessie and Katie were in last week Mrs Will Dickerson and daughter Katie Barnes expect to leave in a few days for a visit to relatives at Somer setMisses Mary Eyans and Tommie Sanders of Nicholasville visited Mr and Mrs J W Glass from Saturday un til Monday Mr W M Ford died at his home at Camp Nelson Sunday and was buried at Mt Olivet Monday He was about 75 years of age The eighth district Christain En deavor Convention was held at Pleas ant Grove church Saturday quite a large crowd attended and the program was very interesting HARKSBDUY Mr Tom Aldridge of Illinois is visit ing relatives in this vicinity Mr Lysander Hughes was in Carters ville on business last week John Sutton recently bought a pair of mules from Noah Marsee for 270 The Ladies Working Society has on hand beautiful outing quilt with good ining and neatly finished which they will sell at a reasonable price Mr F L Burdette spent several days last week with his brother Dr Bur dette of Crab Orchard George Dean left last week for Lex ington where he will take a course in penmanship shorthand and book keepingMessrs Tom and James Dean who have been visiting their parents Mr and Mas Milton Dear at Marcellus have returned to their telegraph at Boston and Corbin Miss Maud Martin will be the guest this week of Miss Nellie Long at Dan villeMisses Bessie Bolton of Buena Vista and Ella Dunn of Danvilie were the guests of Miss Mae Robinson from Friday until Monday Little Misses Margaret and Annie Price of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr C K Poindexter Mr and Mrs Jim Martin visited Mr and Mrs N P Cobb Sunday Mr M F Rout spent several days last week in Lexington K P Cobb made a business trip to Nicholasville and Lexington the first part of the week Rev Shouse and wife and W D Marks I Lexington j positions 5 bury were entertained Sunday at din ner by C M Jenkins and daughter Miss Kay of Bryantsville Mr Mack Moore who has had typhoid fever is about well again and will soon be strong enough to resume his work at Louisville Misses Lee Herring and Miss Mary Chestnut were in Danville Thursday and attended the Methodist Revival at that place also Mrs M F Rout and Mrs Sallie Fox and Mrs N II Bogi were in attendance at same service The Christian Endeavor of the Eight District met with the Pleasant Grove Society last Saturday In absence of the district president Mr Adam Carpenter of Lincol County his son Mr James Carpenter ruled instead and tilled the place admirably well The talks by Messrs Tinder Yandle and Miss Alice Burgin were very much enjoyed and received many compli ments A nice lunch had been pre pared for the occasion was very much enjoyed by all present Public Sale I will on Saturday June 15 1907 on the premises sell to the highest and best bidder the following descrio ed property towit better known as POTTY MILL own ed and operated by the late II C Potts This property is situated on Paint Lick Creek 13 miles west of Richmond Kentucky and 2 miles east of Buckeye Kentucky This is a 50 Barrel Roller and Sifter Mill Both water and steam power building and machinery in a No 1 condition Elevator capa city 10000 bushels recently built There is in this site 7 acres of land 1 dwelling This property will be sold on the fol lowing terms Onehalf down balance in 1 and 2 years a lien retained on same to secure purchase money notes bearing j per cent interest This property can be bought privately Call and investigate the same time and place I will sell a General Stock of Merchandise A nice clean stock The terms on this property will be onehalf cash balance until January 1st IJOS notes to be well secured and bearing G per cent interest Will also offer a Farm Containing 75 Acres all in grass On this land there is a nice Trooni frame 1 story residence small barn smoke house coal house and poultry house Terms Onehalf down balance in 1 and 2 years a lien retained on same to secure purchase money same bearing G per cent in terest At same time and place I will offer Five Head of Work Mules 1 buggy mare 1 mare and colt I year ling colt 30 head of cattle 50 head of hogs wagons harness buggy and lots of things too numerous to mention Terms on this made known on day of saleAny or all of this property can be bought privately You are invited to call and inspect before day of sale JOHN H POTTS Teatersville Ky P S Right reserved to reject any and all bids Long Tom Chenault Auct The Buckeye Roller Mills Elevator A t s Groom 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 ex The Best is always the Cheapest LOWEIBROSIPAINT Has been used in this county for fifteen years and has always given perfect satisfaction A E GIBBONS 306 Main street DANVILLE KY lBfa ti I M M PAPER S I w S SlVSJV1S lVS lVS S SV1SV1 S1 V1S S SlVSV1s 1 YCIYiIYAYYwYiYYiYr AYMYiIfi kYINrFIi iill l11w1i114tHib1g1r- T tf h F kx pertr x r- i i zs r r little 95000 acres ia ihc Garden Spot of the is now being opened up to the American People DR CHAS F SIMMONSAtascosa County Texas Ranch now on the Market Opportunities like this seldom occur 210 payable 10 per month without buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm offrom a loacre truck farm to a D4oacre farm in balmy South Texas a tJ interest The OorIii1ty ef Life nniwvnivv nwwm World President Roosevelt said TEXAS IS THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE LORD Investigation will show that this 95000 acres comprises one of the finest bodies of Agricultural and Truck Farming land in the entire state commencing about CC miles south of San Antonio and about two miles south of Pleasanton the county seat of Atascosa County and through Atascosa and a part of Mciluilen Counties to within 17 miles of my G0000acre Live Oak County Ranch which I in four months last year sold to 4000 Home Seekers on liberal terms without interest on deferred payments which gives the poor man from his savings a chance to secure a good Farm and Town lot for his home in town I will donate and tnrn over to three bonded Trus tees 250000 from the proceeds of the sale of this property to the as a bonus to the first rail road built through this property on 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 population 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 per cent fine farming land balance pas ture land Forestry Ash Elm Gum Hackberry 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 deep 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 62 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 io plentiful for ordinary crops properly cultivated and for Grass Growing f Improvements and Water This property is fenced and cross fenced in many large and small with four barbed 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 Oys ter Plant Peas Raspberries Turnips Apricots Cantaloupes Grapes Irish Potatoes Olives Sweet Potatoes Dates English Walnuts Figs Melons Peanuts Barley Blackberries Broom Corn Lemons Plums Tobac co Alfalfa Rye Oranges Peaches Pecans Corn Cotton Oats Wheat Apples Pears Page C3 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 An tonio with the Gulf of Mexico on the southeast and the Rio Krande on the south and rest 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 petitor The profit in growing 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 7300 Cabbage from 12500 to 22500 Cauliflower from 7500 to 20000 Beans and Peas from 10000 to 12500 r Tomatoes from 12500 to 40000 I i purchasers elevations subsoil temperature degreesRainfall pastures irrigable flowing desires Bananas bordering they virtually invade without a com vegetables extending I 0 bordering 1000 Reward will be paid to any one proving that any statement in this advertisement is not true C F SIMMONS 215 Alas Tina Saa Altai T Mj H D Arnold General agent Lincoln Boyle Madison andGarrard CountiesCall SwinebroatT4t SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY MSCffEKI Hywo wn wf RHEUMATISM CURE SSSC DrIt5 De Cola 0 feerrnt6lGdety UYQ i1lEl tat totes with eee nettle i 3115 Sold AIM MM kr F P I11S1I1 Brwxclst f I Potatoes from 6000 to 1500 Onions from 15000 to 80000 Tabasco Peppers from 50000 t 90000 per acre The Chicago RecordHerald the following individual ex periences in South Texas Men who came here with 500 and COO a few years ago are now inde pendently rich A young man who came to this country for his health bought 18 acres and in one cleared over G000 from it which was 33832 per acreAnother man C5 years old from 79 acres sold 3000 worth of from which he realized 63Jil per acre and then raised Cotton crop ou part of it which made him 35 per acre which made the land net him 9S2D per for that year Another man from 80 acres In 1904 realized as follows From Onions 5222691 from Cotton 1800 200 bushels Corn 12 tons Hay 5000 pounds Sweet Potatoes Another made UOO from flva acres of early Cabbage which waa 540 per acre and grew a second crop of Corn and Peas an the same ground that year Another realized 27000 from 90 car loads of Cabbage averaging 300 per car which was 20TG9 from each of the 130 acres he had planted Another netted above all expenses SCO per acre on Potatoes and planted the same ground in Cotton that year from which he realized 35 per acre which made that ground yield him 95 per acre Another realized 329Gff from 230 acres in Melons which was 14332 acreAnother netted 21000 from 35 acres in Onions which was 600 acreAnother netted 1744o or 7925 per acre from nine cuttings of 220 acres in Alfalfa which yielded in year 2475 tons and at 11 per Another received 900 from on 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 who owns thousands acres in the Corn Belt He says I am one of the heaviest taxpayers on farm lands in Mason and Tazewell Counties Illinois and I have been familiar with the conditions around San Antonio for 12 years Any thrifty farmer can get rich and maker more money off of this cheap land acre for acre than any land in th State of Illinois that sells from 150 225 per acre Come to the land of beautiful sun and almost perpetual harvest Where the people are prosperous happy and contented Where the flowers bloom tea months in the year Where the farmers and gardeners whose seasons never end eat 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 year Where the climate is so mild that the Northern farmer here saves 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 ing Where all stock without any feed fatten winter and summer o the grasses and brush Where the same land yields nbstantials of the temperate and tha 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 go in the best so ciety Where the natives work less and have more to show for what they do than in any country in the United StatesWhere houses barns and fence can be built for less than half the cost in the North Where sunstrokes and heat are unknown Where sufferers with Asthma Bronchitis Catarrh Hay Fever gad Throat Troubles find relief Where surrounded by fruits oct vegetables which ripen every moatlfc in the year the living is better gad less expensive than in the North Where the water is pure soft and plentifulWhere the taxes are so low that the is never missed Where Public and Private Schools and Churches of all denominationS are plentiful Where peace plenty and good will prevailWhere it is so healthy that are few physicians and most of to make a living supplement tk 4 income from other business published a a same acre I I per one sold ton I illof Illinois t t Ito homegrown I the I increase I native I the- I I I I I I prost- rations there year produce 1 following t practically I among theme Al K Denny LLLii Office jewelry storeover HemdoaI I The Central Record Supplement ancaster Ky May 3 1907 PAINT LICK The creamery at this place is being built rapidly There will be preaching at Fish Hall next Sunday Mr and Mrs Guy Rice were in Rich mend this week shopping Miss Hallie Royston has been quite ill but is improving rapidly There are rutnojs of a new store being started here in the near future Smith Engleman of McCreary several days with Willie Pulling last weekMrs George Benge of Oklahoma City is visiting her sister Mrs J he new road from Paint Lick Lowell will open up in a short time which will be very convenient Messrs Claude Spilman and Frank Higgins of Manse attended the Old fiddlers contest at Lancaster Mrs J F White and Miss Anne gins of Manse have returned from pleasant visit at Mr J H Whites HubbleThe and boys of this place are starting a skating rink and enjoy practicing very much It is conducted by Mr Joe Frisbie BUCKEYE Mrs Pete Humphry is still very ill Mrs Dan Ray is better at this writ visited Miss Ira Ray Sunday Mrs Charlie Thompson has been quite ill Miss Bettie Blakeman is numbered with the sick Mr Doc Simpson sold his hemp seed tl50 per bushel Mr Irvine Simpson and wife visited his brother Wesley Mr Smith Thompson also sold a nice bunch of hogs at Gicts Mr Newton Sanders sold a nice bunch of hogs at Gicts Mr Pete had the misfortune to lose a nice mule colt several days old Mr Dock Simpson and Mr Mearin Davis visited Mr Dan East Sunday Mrs Doc Simpson is improving fast from a severe attack of reheumatism Ceicle Humphry and Mr Bob Price will start Friday to Adair county on a visit Mrs Drue Davis and her two sons visited her daughter Tuesday night Mrs Irvine Simpson Mrs Doc Simpson has sold from the 5th of January to the 25th of April 174 worth of butter and eggs WALLACETON MrMcNew continues to improve The Baptist church is receiving a new coat of paint Mr J A Baker bought of Mr James Hulett five shoats for S18 Mr Joe Wylie who has been in ill health some time is no better Mr James Hulett bought of Mr J A Baker one load of corn for 1500 Mr Will Henry visited hisson John at Mr J B Wallaces Saturday night Mr Frank Taylor and family of jrea visited at Mr W J Weavers Sunday The increased attendance at our Sunday school is very encouraging but yet there is room and everybody is cordially invited to come and join in the good work Friends here have news of the lecent marriage of Miss Etta Rutherford formerly of Wallaceton to Mr Charles Davis a young farmer near Shirley IlL We extend best wishes for a long and happy life Please return our Stretchers or us you have them Mount Elkin spent T amp near this place to Hill a of i- iSS Lavie Simpsod at r f tell j BEUNA VISTA J F and John Ruble were in Wil more Monday Rev W D Welburn is attending dis trict Conference at Corbin Mr 0 T Wallace was down last week surveying the Spilman farm Miss Jennie Skinner and brother Archer spent Sunday at home Mrs John Poor and daughter were shoppers in Harrodsburg last Tuesdiv Holbes Spoonamore is with his mother Mrs Sarah Spoonamore James Spoonamore and family of Urbon III are with Mrs Sarah Spoona moreHenry Smith bought of Brack Grow 16 head of cattle at 385 average weight 535 Ibs Will Scott and Chas Robinson bought several barrels of corn from Frank Robinson at S3 00 Mitts Bessie Rolton visited Miss Mae Robinson at and attend the C E meeting Saturday at Pleasant Mr S W Poor was elected from Mt Olivet church to represent the Sunday School at the district conference at Darbin this week At the business meeingof Probition Alliance held at Mr Olivet last Thurs day J W Askins waselected President to succeed Cyrus Eason l I Marcellus Grove sufferer and death came as a relief He leaves a wife one son and daugh ter who have the sympathy of many friendsMr Ford uncle of Judge Ford died at his home at Camp Nelson Sun day afternoon and was hurried at Mt Olivet Monday Funeral conducted by Rev Welburn Mr Ford was an intense Miss Maggie Askins was elected to represent Browns chappel Sunday School and George Barnett Mt Olivet Sunday School at the disrrict conven tion to be held at Pleasant Grove Sun day afternoon at 2 oclock From my home in upper Garrard on Thursday night April 18rh a black and white hound puppy about furweeks old Wili pay 25 for informa tion leading to his recovery E H Walker I I I Stolen BEAZLEYAUSTIN HIGH GRADE COAL I Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly guaranteed Office near depot Satisfaction Spring Announcement Our Spring and Summer Millinery 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 We appreciate deeply tne many compliments passed on our display of MILLINERY oa Opening and feel greatly encouraged by the large number of Hats sold We call your especial attention to the fact that New Goods will arrive Constantly and you will not be asked to select from picked over stock Alexander Walker Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth lanolium 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 26 years old Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures J C ROBINSON I I I I I D I I I I I I l a I arriving ty Mrs latest I I r 1 J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at- r LFR By special arrangements with Kastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence Nu 7 p r Hughes Swinebroad LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property Throughout Central Kentucky Coal anti Timber Lands in Eastern f Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for sale and exchange We are the origiual real estate dealers in Garraru County and our advertising place us in touch witn prospective investors and aso en ables us tn handle property at a small commission If you really want to make a quiok sale or piuperty see us If you want to buy we nave what the wants We have no excess contracts the owners price is our price A word as to Lancaster and Garrard County No more lertila soil nor better ciass of citizens ate found than in Lancaster aud tiarrard Couutv There are 5 Banks in the County 3 of tnem in Lancaster school facilities the vert best the best graded School in the State is iu Lancaster the best system of and electric lights headquarters for the Hast in Telephone Co whose lines reach all points also the tell telephone System oi tree turn pikes in tine 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 stud tobacco The following list comprises wily a portion of what we have for s tic now only a portion of wnat we will have on bawl at all times as our list some and securing others Kentucky and claul s setliu extensive your waterworks No 8 Building lots in Lancaster suit you in location and price No 10 The tinest summer resort ii Kentucky well improved a golden oppor tunity for the right man would be able for a sanitarium write us for furth er particulars No acres in Garrard County Ky near liryantsville High class land in tine state of Well and well improved Good fencing well watered and cheap at 6500 per acre No 21 331 acres of hemp and tobacco land On pike 2 miles from Lancaster Fine brick residence and other outbuild ings One hundred acres in cultivation balance in grass Can be divided into or U farms 16000 per No 22 212 acres hemp and tobacco land on pike 2 miles from Lancaster Brick house new barn and other outbuildings This farm can be divided so its to 2 good farms fronting on pike 650 per acre No 24 250 acres of line land most it virgin soil rich beyond question Splen did frame house of 7 rooms 1 large barn and stock scales 2 large tobacco barns fencing good and everlasting 1 mile from pike on good road This is a money maker JtiOOO per acre No 26 New frame dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings garden vacant lot in rear and one at side all in one piece of property Tin cheapest property in Lancaster No 27 025 acres of unimproved 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 34 192 acres of tine land well im proved fencing good well watered 10U acres in cultivation balance in grass 1 mile from pike near school and churches 6500 acre No 44 92 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 cul tivation 6000 acre No 47 115 or 125 acres of well improved land 500 yards from pike 4 miles from Lancaster good strong land 70 acre No 48 50 acres of firstclass land right on pike 3 miles from Lancaster improvements SO acres in cultivation balance in grass 6500 per acre No 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 Price 250000 No 51 511 acres 2 miles from Lancas ter One of the best stock farms in Gar rard 500 acres of matted blue grass well improved 6room 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 low 6000 per acre No 52 184 acres land 5 miles from Lancaster near a good 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 per acre No 55 168 acres 2 miles from Lancas ter 86 acres on one side and 82 acres on the other side of pike J4 mile from rail road depot One of the best frame dwell ings in Garrard County and other in proportion Is certain to sell at 7500 per acre No 59 A nice cottage on resi dence street in Lancaster good garden and lot rents for per month 120000 No 60 One of the best residences in Lancaster modern dwelling water works electric and all conveni ences See us for further particulars Price No 61 170 acres of as good land as to Garrard County or any other county on pike 4 fe miles from Lancaster frame house good barns and all outbuildings tenant house fencing good of water in high state cultivation Look at this one quick for the price will make it 7500 acre No 62 100 acres of unimproved land 4 miles from Lancaster mile from pike on good road All in grass and fenced watered Good an invest ment or to build on for a home 4000 per acre No 63 118 acres of firstclass land at the price located on the waters of Sugar Creek County 6room frame house 1 stock barn and other plenty of water fencing good land can cult located 2 acre maKe of good ordinary 10 in Garrard water al3 50000 improvements Located outbuildings is rolling good tock farm 60 acres in cultivation balance in If you arelooking for a low price farm here it acreNoter 2 miles from railroad depot right on the pike A brand new splendidly built cottage house of S rooms 2 large barns and other outbuildings water in abund ance and and practically ingrass soil fertile and high producing Ioii cant help but like it SOW per acre No 67 ii acres of strong land ordinary improvements good stocK burn and large tobacco barn is 1 miles from pike but is well worth the price askeu 4000 per acreNo 6S acres of tine land in tine shape and splendid improvements of a mile from on good road 4 miles from Lancaster No waste land well wa acreNoone of the best 300000 residences in Lan casterNo 70 Splendid dwelling and acres of land in for JijmUO No 71 Inquire for this number for a well improved place almost in city lim its with 17 acres of ground at No 72 Nice dwelling lot garden on one of the best residence Sirce in Lancaster Rents for 10 per cent on the price we can sell it at 515JOV No 74 acres of level land improve ments high class in every respect located 5 miles from Lancaster in one of the best sections of the county A model farm 10000 per acre No 76L 83 acres 3 miles from Paint Lick mile from pike new co tage house stock barn and 6acre tobacco barn hemp and tobacco land good or chard well watered and fenced 35 acres in blue grass balance in cultivation 52Jx per acre No 77 144 acres right on pike 4 mules from Lancaster IOU acres can be 40 acres of Dix river bottom frame house of 4 rooms 10acre tobacco barn 2 tenant houses some waste laud but is well worth the price 3300 per acre No 7 House and lot in Lancaster rents for 10 per month PricelOOOVO No SO 43 acres of good land well located near Crab Orchard in Lin coln County Will exchange this for a larger place and pay the difference Price 330O per acre No 81 150 acres of good land i mile from pike 5 miies from Lancaster brick house of 5 rooms stock and tobacco barn combined 2000 locust posts on the place SO acres in grass balance In No 82 Ask about 147 acres close to town high class improvements and in tine state of cultivation you cant help but like it Price 13OOtMJO No S3 If you want to pay 1300000 for of the best located and best improved of a less than 100 acres with foot land ask about No S3 No 84 170 acres near Bryantsville Ky 8room frame house and barns houses and yards and lots and all outbuildings and everything convenient fencing good plenty of fruit well wa tered located right on pike6000 per acre No 85 217 acres 9 miles from on pike 7room frame house stock barn and other outbuildings 12acre barn cost 80000 SO acres blue grass 6 acres timber 30 acres cultivation balance in clover and meadow Close to school and churches You may think from 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 88 110 acres S miles from Lancas ter in sight of pike cottage house of 5 rooms 2 stock barns 2 corn cribs and shed other outbuildings 40 acres in balance in grass highly a good farm Price 5750 acre No 88 111 acres of strong hemp tobacco land right on pike close to stores and postofflce IS acres In corn balance in grass all can be cul tivated 4room frame house stock barn 10x72 feet This is a dandy good farm and well located 7300 per acre No 90 53 acres of land that is worth the price asked is 1 mile off the pike 4room box house 25 acres in well watered 35 per acre No 9L 70 acres 4 miles from town right on pike well Improved no waste land nearly in grass no better land well watered and well fenced A did home can give possession Ask about this one Price 9000 per acre i I i I I S 166 room i I I I I i cultivation per acre lone fertile cultivation productive and village slen brass I ISO orchard cultivated improved 1 Price 55000 poultry Lancaster tobacco eta grass