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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r RECORDEIGHTSEXTJI YEAR LANCASTER KY EEIDAY MAY 17 i07 THE CENTRAL suaasa1 flANLYS BALANCE FRAME g Strictly Modern in Con ja f struction Of OK B r Easely Operated U 1 See sample at our store 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 i that we are offering you the best m BUGGIES I and more admirable points in a bug IJS gy for the money than And f invite you to inspect themOur lineof m HARNESS I will convince you that we are giving bargains so dont be satisfied until ij you see our goods Mi 6onn Bros mnnw nlti1H nn1rnr nUnnY UnnW Yrnr fWH111fi1fWf c tin OJ nIJtI jt e Pivot Beam Riding c41 a 6ultivator I0 II E s I PH A ra 0R 0 SIi a i1 I J 11 Al1llIilj1111Al A l lb A lA lbll iJ A l 1L n BrBtJggies Buggiies anyone M iT w a R- r rrF E e I ral q s d- A ELh i3ad3 irftllutGw afi- aj a E WaHerndon Ben D Herndon ltNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store r I i I I I t Undertaker Arterial Cavity OIDce on Dullle Street f S ISSSSSIIIUSIStSSSUSSSSSJ a EbalIIg L DAVIDSON Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R I AttorneyAt Law I FULL CASKETS AXD BURIAL BOBES ALWAYS IN STOCKLINE OF I I 1 tian dime Sunday as Bm Tircler will bis in Purls the Chris tian Eude ivor Convention Decoration Day Exercises Fran Ki in Lunge No 7 F will conduct day exercises at the Lancaster cemetery on Sunday i June 2art at 3 oclock P M the public is cordially invited to attend 2t The services of meetings being held at the Baptist church are largely at tended and a great deal of good will be derived therefrom The sermons preached by llev G W Shepherd of Richmond are well prepared and show careful thought and Members of Franklin Lodge No 7 I 0 O F are requested to report to Lodge room at 2 30 oclock P M on Sun day June 2nd 1907 to take part in Decoration day N G George Smith Tr Secty School Closes The Lancaster Graded school closed this week with several very enjoyable and interesting entertainments The class day exercises will be held this Thursday afternoon the regular commencement exercises to be held Friday night at the Christian church A more extended notice will be given in next issue of this paper Dollar Wheat The American Society of issued a call for a national convention to beheld at Omaha 5th 6th and 7oh to determine the marketing and pricing of grain It is proposed to have all the delegates agree on a plan to fix the price of wheat in the farm ers hind at one dollar a bushel and also to have firmer mate their old nations fall due January 1st instead of October 1st so the wheat will not have to be dumped on the market to pay bills Heres Useful Land Measure Here is a useful landmeasuring de vice Use two poles or strips of hard wood about an inch in diameter Cut one off five feet six inches and the other four feet six inches long Measure off one foot from the upper erd of longest pole and preferably the heaviest one Now fasten the shortest polo to the longest one at this point by driving a nail through it about one inch from the end Spread the lower ends so as fo ba exactly live feet six inches Ire the two points which should little tapered Nail a light piece of wool across about halfway up to keep points in place The end extending at top is to bs used as handle By raising one end alternately and revolv ing in the hand it can be used to measure off land as fast as a person walks It takes three lengths to a rod Government Whitewash Every year at this season we the following for the benefit of sprint Whitewashes Take half a bushel of lime slack it with boiling water cover during the process to keep in steam strain the liquid through a tine sieve or strainer and add to it a peck of salt previously dissolved in warm water three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste and stirred IP while hot half a pound of cloan glue previously dissolved by soaking in cold water and then hanging slow fire in a sOmalI pot hung in a larger one filled with water Add five gallons of hot water to the mixture well and let stand for a few days covered from dirt It should be hot for which purpose it can be tept in a ketle or portable furnace Coloring butter may be anded as desired For cream color add yellow ochre pearl lead add lampblack or ivory black fawn add proportionately four pounds of umber to one pound of common lampblack common stone color add proportionately four pounds raw umber to two pounds lampblack Heres an Example The customer who will demand the most thorough investigation in the store in his town and yet who is will ing to buy sight unseen from a mail order house is not unknown to the re taU merchants of the smaller cities and towns writes Freberic J Haskin hi the CourierJournal A vehicle dealer in an Indiana town was attempting to sell a 65 buggy to a customer There was an hours talk over it and then the prospective custo mer pulled out a page of a catalog and said he believed he would send for a 49 47 buggy pictured therein The dealer protested that his 65 buggy was worth more for the difference in price that the freight on he buggy would be 7 or S3 but to no avail Finally the merchant said Well to tell the truth I have a buggy upstairs exactly like the picture in your and I will let you have it for 49 27 thus saving you the freight All right responded the delighted customer lets go up and see it Not on your life replied the dealer That buggy we sell sight unseen just like the mail order Fuse sells it We cant show a buggy at that price The customer thought awhile then bought the buggy Dog Lost On May 6 between Hubble and Lancaster A bright red Shepherd bitch has lark nose and face answers as to the name of Mat Finder notify me and receive reward L F Weaver Hubble Ky I I ih JC Will hI no servicES the Chris affem1 ill lOp Dec ration I I I I 0 0 F exercisesR Equitvhas unc afoot reproduce overt stir applied American catalog 65 1 i 0 at study wen bet L Mineral Recently Discovered this Count is Being Found in Large Quantities Brings Money- to Farmers The discovery of barytes in Garrarc county points to the duvoloping into large proportions of a feature whit will brink much money to our people It has been found that the mineral is here in unlimited quantities and that too of the best quality The Record had a talk with Mr E H Jones vice president and general manager of the Clinch Valley Barytes Co this week and he tells us the Garrardcounty is far superior to any vet found in Kentucky 11 is company wants all the barytes they can get and are shipping it as fast as it can be hauled from the mines At present they are operating in the Marksbury neighborhood Barytes is found in a vein which begins at the surface of the earth There is no telling how deep it runs as in one place workmen have already have gone to a depth of 30 feet aiid there is no sign of exhaustion In some places it only reaches a depth of a few feet however being found just as in any other mineral It is a hart substance almost as firm as coal but more easily broken It is gotten out by blasting The mineral is then load ed into wagons and hauled to Lancas ter where it is weighed placed in and shipped to Honaker Va where the piano is located Barytes is used in making paint machanical rubber goods and other articles It is ground as fine as powder and sold to the paint factories and other firms using it It has been found of inestimable value in paint as it contains a substance which adds greatly to the durability of the paint A filler is used in all paints rubber goods etc but all those heretofore used have proven or detract from the durability thereof instead of usefulness As stated above barytes has been found to contain a substance which adds to the life of the article in which it is placed thus causing manufacturers to seek it and use it in preference to the old Heretofore barytes has been imported from Germany possibly half the amount used being found in this country Of the quantity used bly ninety live per cent is placed in plants and colors the remaining five per cent going into the manfacture of mechanical Rubber goods The chief trouble in the mining of the Garrard county burytes is that of vetting it to the rail road the present mines being located about six to eight miles from town However this is proving a good thing for those owning wagons and teams as they get good prices for their work The company when barytes is located makes a con tract with the laud owner for the amount of barytes taken therefrom and it is mined hauled to the depot tad weighed the landowner receiving iiis pay accordingly As the company paying out from 700 to 800 per week in the county the discovery of the mineral was indeed a rich find fur our people The Clinch Valley people are looking for all the barytes they can lind and as it is quite mineral will be found in unlioji ted quantities the outlook for the placing of many dollars into the pockets of the Garrard county is quite rosy Mr Huskew Hurt is here as manager for the Clinch Valley Co lIe and Mr Jones meutioned above are typical gentlemen fine business men and have made many friends among our people Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for molding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or correction of dates Crab Orchard July 10 11 and 12 Standford July 18 3 days Henderson July 23 5 days LANCASTER JULY 24 3 days Madisonville July 30 5 days Danville July days Cynthiana July days Berea August 1 2 and 3 Georgetown Aug days Fern Creek Aug 13 1 days Lawerenceburg Aug days Shepherdsville Aug dayys Ewing Aug days Shelbyville Aug days Ilardmsburg Aug days Elizabethtown Aug days Springfield Aug days Paris Sept days Lexington Sept days Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new students in the Richmond College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in recommending the work as most thorough honest and a safe school people No hum bug tactics So robbing students their money Students can pay in monthly payments Graduates placed into positions tf Dog Tax Dog tax is now due All owning dogs will please call and get checks by paying tax on same t City Clerk For a short time only 25 picture for 25c in 5 positions at Dr Grants old office on Danville St Lancaster Ky 510 1m For Sale Duroc Jersey sow and pigs 1 Polan China sow and pigs Pigs will 30 to 40 pounds Tinder BAR TES article boxcars it si s probable the landowners 313 314 64 204 204 223 274 273 273 284 35 236 Business for young C W M Increasing ingredients po off Rest t t TE5JNA VISTA A T Scott suld to II C Ruble one sorrel hnrse for 150 IT c UuliJe filf to w T King Jr one bay mare for 19750 Albert Skinner and daughter were here Saturday and Sunday Mr Leslie Ruble has returned from a visit to his parents at Gogood Ind Geo R Spilman and wife of Danville spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Spilman Mrs Sid Poor has returned from a visit to relatives and friends ao Somer setHerbert Walton of Louisville is visiting his grandmother Mrs Amonda Lane Miss Olivet Wilds of Nicholasville visited the family of J J Poor a few days last week Misses Mattie Boner and Clara Ben nett of Bryantsville attended churn here Sunday and dined with Miss Florence Christopher Miss Joe Helen Maret of Brvants ville and Miss Margeret During daughter of Chas During of Nicholas ville will be the pleasant guests of Miss Bessie Bolton this week Rev Joe Ison son of Stephen Ison of this place died at his home in Lex ington Wednesday and was buried at Wilmore Thursday Mr Ison was rais ed near here and many friends extend sympathy to the bereaved WALLAGETON Miss Mary Bowfin returned home Thursday from Paint Lick Mr and Mrs George of Paint Lick visited Sunday at Mr Jack KiddsMr Hiatt of Cleveland Ohio has arrived for a visit among his many friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs Eb Crant and children if near Kirksyille were visitors at Mr W J Weavers Saturday night and Sun dayA few days ago Mrs C H Baker the sad news of the death of her mother Mrs Jane Foster at Paris 111 She was nearly ninety years old and will be lovingly remembered by all who met her when she visited here six years ago The remains of Mr Thomas King who was killed in a train wreck near Louisville were brought here and Saturday Rev C A Van Winkle of Berea conducted the funeral services Mr King was stepson of Mr Eb Cooley and spent his childhood near here lie was nearly twenty three years of age and an earnest Christian Base Ball Lancaster vs Danville Friday May 7th at the ball grounds Salt for sale by L G Davidson 2t Best barrel salt on the market at j Davidson 2t 17 I I I Treadway I received I interred M Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated We will show you the thing In SKIRT STYLES Good muslin underwear Attractively Priced Ifyour Spring Carpet or Rug is yet to be bought come in anti let us show you our line Vvre are confident of interesting you Newest Madras Chambray Batiste Swiss j Challies Lawns Silks Or gandies and Voiles See our line of Spring SLIPPERS and HOSIERY THE Joseph Mercantile COMPANY Incorporated tIUA p i i I right I 1 I I I I I I I Ia I 1 ColDren Wash FabrIcs I 1 I I I I j I I 1 I i 1 I 1 I IW W 1VlV1IMf1a Nt V WI Ve8 WEflR FLEISHER BROTHERS CLOTHESWear them anywhere and on all occasions if you want to look your best The Clothes That Stay Right are The Clothes That Look Right r O f 5 The Fleisher Clothes will retain their shape because they are tailored by hand and head They look right because have smartness I they and are different from ordinary readymade They satisfy because they are made rightextreme ly rich garments in the smartest and very highest quality fabrics in all the most recent weavings and shades Supreme quality imported and domestic all pure worsteds and sheviots in new club checks plaids and stripes New Spring Models semiformfitting made with all the latest style points and superbly lined through out The best value possible for the jnoney Come in at once and select your Spring outfit Mens Suits 750 to 2000 Young Mens Suits 750 to 18 Fancy Furnishings Fixings For Fastidious Fellows H T LOGAN I J 4 VM f beautiful I W ICopyright 1907 by its Hart Schaffuer E5 Marr mli11tf r It III rur I I IC Never raised a salary or declared an extra dividend Is poor enough for today BETTERIS OUR MOTTO White Elephant Store I LettiJlg Well Enough Alone I I AND WHAT WAS WELL YESTERDAY DO IT frill rajF1j jd rruJfEn m rr Ji rnridJt3 J WJ ENOUGH FOR 1r N II o h I I- OAL c4r7lai Ve are making a of C O A Xj this year and can interest you in both pi ices and quality and will appreciate it if you will fav or us with an inquiry before placing your orders for Coal City orders delivered promptly and without delay and farmers wagons loaded while they wait BANKS HUDSON Time For Spring Cleaning Is Near Come in and let me furnish you what you need in Furniture Druggets Rugs Carpets Mattings Oil Cloth Iinolium Shades Screens Easels Pictures and Picture Frames Frames made in neat style Wall Paper in lat est designs Lamps for Hall and Library Glass Mirrors and Clocks AUTOS for and Girls from 3 to I6 years old Very Lowest Prices Come and see our Hand Painted Genuine Oil Pictures J C ROBINSON A Policy as Good as Sold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I I I II 1 r Boys I r aIFC1 6 5fh VVV specialty i Eli 1 FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 11 Boys Suits Strictly Up to Date New line Childrens Slippers Just Received Oar stock is entirely New No chance for carriedover Goods lOur I J Strap- S CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Aj an SecmulClats Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May 17 1907 What a glorious picture of eiviiizi tiou we have in San Francisco Strikers assaulting car men with bricks anti stones strike breakers shooting ers police trying to enforce Marquis of Queensburg rules And yet if is suggested people ask if you want to deprive mau of his natural I rights I Mr Bryan says he believes that I lawyers can be prevented from selling their services to corrupt clients If he will run for the presidency on that platform he will have a good chance for election The enforcement of such a principle would be a long step toward the millenium metaphysical problem why does disappointment in love so frequently lead to rat poison Such things are not the result of mere chance There must be some reason for it Can there be any connection between this tendency and womans aversion to rats The B 0 has decided to abolish train porters on others than sleeping cars Bravo Now if it will abolish the peanut boy and order brakemen to throw drunks and mashers off the Heretics who doubt that Corn is King are invited to reflect that the cob now supplies us with alcohol cider and pure maple sirup while the husk furnishes forth Aba jo tobacco What can Coal and Cotton say to this The guilt of the Chicago man who cut his brothers throat in a quarrel over a phonograph will depend on whether the brother insisted on work ing the machine in which case have been justifiable The prioe of country girls lured into Chicago is now quoted at 50 a head Yes Chicago ought to send a few more missionaries to the benighted Turks Fighting Bob Evans suffering from the gout but theres one comfort he has a vocabulary fully equal to voicing his displeasure stri I I I I As a l I trains it will gain patronage I I I vinegar much Vuelta I I 1IAIL STRt- np cr arbitration 4S i Personal Weakley is the guest of Mrs II M Ballou Miss Ethel Dunn is visiting relative in IndianapolisMr of Richmond vS a visitor here last week Mrs Hill of Richmond has been visiting Mrs R T Embry Mrs of Stanford is visiting friends in Lancaster Mrs left Dunn was the guest of Mr and Mrs K West this week Mr W T West and wife have from a visit to Louisville Mrs Mary Rice of Danville was with Lancaster relatives this week Mr and Mrs Frank Estis have been visiting her brother Mr W P Pope Miss Engleman of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Harris Miss Katie King of Crab Orchard is visiting Miss Bettie Walker Burn Mrs J D Gulley of Lexington has been spending a few days with Lancas ter relatives Miss Laura Bright Doty of Fayette county has teen visiting her aunt Miss Lena Bright Mrs E II Smith and children of Athens Tenn are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs S B Henry Mrs Joe Gray Reynolds of Chicago Ill will arrive Thursday to make a short visit to her sister Mrs E Brown Mr W K Shugars wife and son of Broadhead were the guests of his Judge Wm Shugars this week Mr Dan Dohahue and sister Miss Agnes of Lebanon are visiting their brothers Messrs Donahue of Hyatts villeMrs Louis Landram has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs A H Rice of Louisville at the Ross moreDr James B Kinnaird was in Frank fort this week attending the meeting of the Kentucky Association of rail way surgeons of which he is secretary The following invitations have been issued Mr and Mrs B F Hudson request the honor of your presence- at the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Morgan- to Dr Marshall Kavanaugh Denny Wednesday moning the twentyninth of May One thousand nine hun dred and seven at nine oclock at their residence Lancas ter Kentucky Pattie Mattie Nevius Jno Lavisa side father Miss returned KAKKSBtJKY Floyee Herring sold a year old mare lo Win Burton for 125 Miss Virginia Harrods burg is visiting Miss Bessie Bolton Mrs Frank Robinson and Miss Mae Robinson spent several days with friends recently Miss Mollie Veach of Danville was the pleasant guest of Miss Fan Poin dex the tirst part of the week Mr Victor Rice and wife and daugh ter Stella spent Wednesday with her parents Mr and Mrs J I Herring Mr C K Poindexter and son Ed have Lexington where they erected a Star Wind Mill for Mr Rout Huffman Rev Henry Shouse left Tuesday to attend the Southern Baptist Conven tion which meets at Richmond He will also spend a few days at Jamestown exposition before his re turn home Misses Georgie Dunn Lillie and Mattie May Leavell Lula Simpson Elizabeth Simpson and Bettie Roys ton leave to day to attend the Chris EndeavorStateconvention which meets at Paris PAINT LICK Campbell the little son of Mrs J A Allen is on the sick list Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Eliza Rucker Mr B F Lear came near being ser iously injured while trying to brake a young horse Mr W M Broughton and family leave the 25th for Cleveland Ohio to make that their home Messrs E L Woods and R M Beazley leave this week for a fishing trip to Rockcastle river Mrs Maud Grinstead and children of Winchester are visiting her parents Dr and Mrs J A Snowden Mr Joe Frisbie who is connected with the American tobacco company of this place has gone to Lexington for a short stay Mrs Sallie Ballard widow of the late E H Ballard died last Wednesday her home near Stanford Mrs Ballard was formerly a residence of this place and has a host of friends here who mourn her loss 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 to amputate itbat I would not consent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and that cured the wound 25c at R E Drug gist lm Vanhusant of Danville returned from I P McRobertS 3 Virginia We are just receiving more new styles in Oxfords for Men Women and Children Ccme in and see them See our line of Piece Goods for Tailormade Suits which cost you no more than the ordinary readymade goods and you can have them like you want them Fisher Herring1SD2ih rEKeEELgJas Smith 1 I Stay in the Lead t J I by Hart Scharer Ef Marx Clothing Gents Furnishings fidf I r r1 Copyright 1907 HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE r 7 aRegular Style Stays in or 6 in apart m EjEEETfF 231 4 12 DiG 2 nc InIL Ss Special Hot Horse and Cattle Style Stays J in orb inapart It4BEX39 Te Made large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provide for expansion and contraction Is practically Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on ir not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs pigsEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you rt you money and fence your fields so they will stay fencedL Oar Load Just Received MOUNT ELKIIST f how willsave v II III I everlasting Buggies OLD HICKORY IAGONS Wire Fence Buggy Harness All Kinds of Plow Gear j Steam and Gasoline Engines J- WJROMANS i I II I I I III More Smith Herrings I f II AT New Shoesf Try our W L Douglass I Shores Best in the world I New line Pants for Men I and Boys I The brands of merchandise we offer are 11 r liable I J strict X I lit is not necessary to give reasons but our actions speak for themselves We are selling out our stock of Jewelry Watches At 4o to 60 Cents On The Dollar t D W qi r T I I r I M a K Ii I j tlEtIEWas RRRR I Clocks t j- i 4in a Fi 1 I rr 1 t I 4r A 1IAUiV STRONg etc Seth Thomas Eight Day Half Tone Strike Solid Mahogany case clocks 250 values only 725 This stock is all new and the goods and prices are both guaranteed This stock of goods is made up of Solid Gold Gold Filled and Gold Plated Alarm CLOCKS which sold at 100 now 60cts 250 Gilt Clocks 150 9 Rings Watches Necklaces Lockets Charms Chains Bracelets Ear Rings Fobs ShirtWaistSets and in fact everything to be found in an ITpToDate JEWELRY STORE This sale begins on Thursday May 16th and lsts Weeks If you want the pick of the stock come early Two I e Lsnoaster tLoky J u I LEWiS HERNDONez I r v 2- r to t i ri i IILr ri IAI tt I I a Promotes 1i tionCheerru1 ncssandBestContains neither Op1umIorphine nor ItyunrSAKQZPnClEl I tt I ness and LossOF SLEE U 1 theThczandRegu- 1agtisnhsaniI13oweIsof 1 OT NARCOTIC t J4wiizsrIaJ4 JmsccJ c fion Sour StomachDiarrhOca- WormsComulsionSFCVCrISh I TacSiin1e Sgnaturc of 9- iEw YOEK zxACTcOPYDTWRAPFR- v For Infants and Children The M You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature i For Over Thirty Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW T L 1eAs IIet W Ii of In Use M CITY U I CASIORi Hughes Swioebroad LANCASTER KENTUCKY 3arms and City Property Throughout Central Kentucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Kentucky Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for sale and exchange We arc the original real estate dealers in Garrara County and our ex tensive advertising places us in touch with prospective investors and en ables us to handle property at a small commission If you really want to make a quick sale of your property see us If von want to buy we have what the purchaser wants We have no excess contracts the owners price is our price A word as to Lancaster and Garrard County No mere fertile soil nor better class of citizens are found than in Lancaster and Garrard Countv There are 5 Banks in the County 3 of them in Lancaster school facilities the best the best graded School in the State is in Lancaster the best system of waterworks and electric lights headquarters for the liastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points also the Bell telephone System of fin turn pikes in line shape rural free delivery of mail throughout the County Gar raid 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 have on hand at all times as our list changes by selling some and securing others tt asu tt I I very I I j Xo S Building lots in Lancaster can suit you anti price Xo IU The finest summer resort in Kentucky well improved a golden oppor tunity for the right man would be for a sanitarium write us for furth r particulars No 36 74V acres in Garrard County Ky near liryamsville High class land in line state of cultivation Yell located and well improved Uood fencing well watered and cheap at 63w pir acre Xo 21 331 acres of hemp and tobacco land On pike 2 mils from Lancaster Fine brick residence and other One hundred acres in cultivation balance in grass Can bc divided into or farms C01K per acre Xo 22 21 acres hemp and tobacco land on pike 2 miles from Lancaster Brick house nexv barn and other outbuildings This farm can be divided so as to make 2 good farms fronting on pike G250 per acre Xo 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 wa ter 1 mile from pike on good road This is a money maker t0jO acre No 2fi New 2story frame dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings good garden vacant lot in sear and one at side all in one piece of property The cheapest property in Lancaster at2500liJ Xo 27 225 acres of unimproved land close to Lancaster fronts on two pikes Can be divided into two or three farms with line building sites on each Will sell all or a portion to suit purchaser Terms easy Set us for prices Xo Si 1IC acres of line land well im proved fencing good well watered 300 acres in cultivation balance in grass J mile from pike near school and churches UK per acre No 41 D2 acres of hemp and tobacco land 31 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 0000 per acre Xo 47 315 or 325 acres of well unproved land St 0 yards from pike 4 miles from Lancaster good strong land 70 per acre No 4S SO acres of lirstcJass land right on pike 3 miles from Lancaster plain improvements 30 acres in cultivation balance in grass 5G500 per acre No 49 4S acres of good land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster good new cottage house rooms new barn for stock and tobacco cistern at house and at barns all in grass Price 250001- 1Xo S3 511 acres 2V miles from One of the best stock farms in Gar rard County 500 acres of matted blue grass well improved 6room frame house 2 new barns 2 cisterns stock scales and all outbuildings 3500 rods of new wire fence See us for further particulars Terms easy and price per acre Xo 52 381 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 325 acres of blue grass fine timber improvements A bargain at C250 per acre Xo 55 ics acres 216 miles from 6 acres on one side and t 2 acres on the other side of pike Ji mile from rail road depot One of the best frame dwell ings in Garrard County and other im provements in proportion Is certain to sell at 7500 per acre No 59 A nice cottage on good 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 convent ences See us for further particulars Price 500000 No Cl 370 acres of as good land as in Garrard County or any other county Lo cated on pike 4 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 t this one quick for the price nake go 7500 per acre G2 100 acres if unimproved land 4 from Lancaster 54 mile from pike on good road All in grass and well fenced and watered Good for an invest ment or to build on for a home SWOO per acre No 63 33S acres of firstclass land at the price located on the waters of Sugar Creek County Croom frame house 1 stock barn and other outbuild plenty of water fencing good land is rolling stock farm acres in cultivation balance in grass If you are a low farm here It per acre No C5 330 acres Lancas ter 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 fencing good and practically in grass toll fertile and high per oFt Lancaster low QOO residence u wilt t mileS A 60 is3500 t suitable outbuildings ordinary Lancaster 1 You cant help but like it SOOO per acre C7 77 acres of good strong land ordinary improvements good stock barn and large tobacco barn Js I1 miles from lUc but is well worth the price askeu SKOO per acre No CS ISO acres of line laud in line shape and splendid improvements of a mile from pike on good road 4 miles from Lancaster Iso waste lout well and a splendid farm 7000 per acre Xo t2 us abut this number for one of the best 01A U residences in Lan j caster t No 70 Splendid dwelling and 6 acres land in Lancaster for JOJtO Xo 71 Inquire for this number for a well improved place almost in city lim j its with 37 acres of ground at SlMrjUJ No 72 Xice dwelling lot garden on one of the best residence streeis in Lancaster llents for 10 per cent on the price we can sell it at 1DWO- OXo 74 1U5 acres of level land high class in every respect located 5 miles from Lancaster in one of the best cctions of the county A model farm SlKOOO per acre Xo 7C S3 acres 3 miles from Paint Lick mile from pike new Groom house stock barn and Uacre tobacco barn hemp and tobacco land good or chard well watered and fenced 35acres in blue grass balance in cultivation 5250 per acre Xo 77 144 acres right on pike 4 miles from Lancaster 10 acres can be culti vated 40 acres of Dix river bottom frame house of 4 rooms 30acre tobacco barn 2 tenant houses some waste laud but is well worth the price 3500 per acre Xo 7i House and lot in Lancaster rents for 10 per month Trice 100000- Xo J 0 AZ acres of good land well im proved located near Crab Orchard in County Will exchange this for a larger place and pay the difference Price 35oo per acre Xo SI 150 acres of good land J4 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 cul tivation Price 5000 per acre Xo S2 Ask about 147 acres close to town high class improvements and in tine state of cultivation you cant help but like it Price 1 00000- Xo 83 If you want to pay for one of the best located and best improved farms of a littlo less than 100 acres with every foot fertile land ask about Xo 83 Xo S4 170 acres near Uryantsville Ky Sroom 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 pikeCOOO per acre Xo 85 217 acres miles from Lancas ter on pike 7room Ironic house stock barn and other outbuildings 12acre to bacco barn cost SOOOO 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 Xo 8G 110 acres 8 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 pro ductive a good farm Price j50 per acre No 88 acres of strong hemp and tobacco land right on pike close to stores and postoffice etc 18 acres in corn balance in grass all can be cul tivated 4room frame house stock barn 30x72 feet This is a dandy good farm and well located 7500 acre No M 53 acres of land that is worth the price asked is 1 mile off the pike 4room box house 25 acres in grass watered 35 per acre No 11 70 acres 4 miles from town right on pike well improved no waste land nearly all in no land well watered and well fenced A did home can give possession Ask about this one Price per acre No 97 14 acres of laud onefourth mile from pike 4 room frame house and out buihlimgs all in grnss oo yards from store stud post office good stand for another store everlasting water ana well fenced Trice 80000- No JiS 1W5210 acres onehalf tulle from Rood road near store and telephone at house close to school and churches 2 story frame house C robins fencing good orchard 8 acre tobacco and stock barn 175 barrel corn in crib about onehalf in cultivation balance in grass land rolling but not steep 3750 8 acre Xo 99 141 acres near pike 2J miles from Lancaster frame metal roof 8 room dwelling stock barn 30x60 fencing pood 200 rods new wire fence well watered land lies well and is good and productive 16 acres 35 acres corn in good neighborhood and easy access to schools churches 16000 per acre I No I I I I Ask I I improvements I Lincoln poultry J cultivation Ill village plen office 7 ti watered of orchard 4 cottage s GIPSY SMITHS MISSION What the English Evangelist Is in This Country Just at present the evangelist seems to be most in the eyes of American people is Gipsy Smith famous representative of the National Council of Evangelical Free Churches London England He is in this coun try for five months under the direc tion of the evangelical commission o the National Congregational Council and his itinerary Tias been by Rev Dr Newell Dwight hulls the Plymouth church Brooklyn The evangelist says that if he accepted the invitations given to him already he would have to remain in this coun try two years His wife and daughter are with him The latter sings with her father in the meetings Mr Smith closed a months cam paign in the upper West Side of New York in which all the evangelical churches were united the last of Octo her He opened a mission in Tremon Temple Boston Mass the first November and continued this until the end of the month In December he visited several New England cities He is booked for Chicago tho month January while in February and March he will divide his time between Peoria and Galesburg Ill and Clinton Cedar Rapids la The mission in New York was considered a marked sue cess by all the pastors of the churches Mr Smith filled the church every night clear weather or rain and on Sunday evenings about many were turned away as found en trance although the other churches the neighborhood held their service Gipsy Smith is not such a preacher one of the pastors hut he wins men and women to Christ because he is so dead in earnest has power back of him and that the power of the Holy Ghost The evangelist is a gipsy not only in name but in reality Indeed first name is Rodney His father and his progenitors for generations back were gipsies belonging to tribe of Tachno Romanies He born in a gipsy tent not far from Lon don His mother died and left young children His father was con verted and never rested until all children were also Christians In of his sermons in the West End Pres byterian church New York Mr Smith made the statement that nothing all the world could make him doubt Gods power to accomplish any of purposes when he knew by actual ex perience that He could raise a man up from a gipsy wagon and make him preacher of the glorious gospel give him the unutterable joy of lead ing thousands of men out of darkness into Gods glorious light and that He could produce five evangelists from one gipsy tent The English evangelist speaks most beautiful English but he taught himself entirely from books mostly the Bible he never having re ceived any regular school education He states that he did not come to this country to make a reputation he left that long ago where he left his sins at the foot of the cross He also says that all that he is he owes to his father His autobiography which was issued a few years ago is dedicated To my Father to whom under God owe all that I am The man who talks about the con flict of religion with his reason usually dealing in unknown Girls Friendly Society Perhaps the most significant gath ering of Episcopalians recently held was the annual meeting of the Girls Friendly society which was held in Cincinnati Ohio There were present from the dioceses of Albany Chicago Colorado Con necticut Indianapolis Kentucky Lex ington Long Island Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan New Jersey New York Newark Ohio Pennsyl vania Southern Ohio Tennessee Washington Western Massachusetts and Western New York Every pointed out that all the Girls Friendly society branches and marked progress in the work that had been undertaken They also showed that higher spiritual aims and a wider understanding of economic conditions among women had been reached by the organization Love never knows harJship even when it meets it Great Success in Korea From among the Koreans the four branches of the Presbyterians at work among them American North and South Canadian and Australian have gathered over 12000 church members 38000 adherents and 24000 in Sunday schools reports Dr 1iersou in of Christian Work These saints build their own sanctu aries and according to their ability support Christian work To sustain and advance the gospel they have the equivalent of 100000 days work So earnest were they in one city that u vote was passed relusin residence to all nonChristians My Best Friend Alexander Benton who lives on RUral Route 1 Fort Edward N Y says Dr Kinds New Discovery is mv best earthly friend It cured me of asthma six years ago It has also per formed a wonderful cure of incipient consumption for my sons wife The bottle ended the terrible cough and this accomplished the other left one by one until she was Dr Kings New Discoverys 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 bottle free 1m 7 Doing whc thE the I arranged of all only of of and uniting as in accustomed aid He is his the was five his one in His a and I is quantities representatives report dioceses Record newborn contributed first symptoms well power Trial I fl J5k- AT great perfectly By virtue of execution No 40J direct pfi to in which issued from tile Clerks Offlce of the Mercer Circuit in Kivur of the Mercer Xatioudl RauU of llarrndshurc Ky against A E Sharp saul cm ion for i he btMMlit W A Armstrong sisi t je of judgement 1 or one deputies will on Monday tlietwenty seventh day of May 1907 between the hours of eleven oclock A two oclock P M at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county e to publicsule to the highest bidder the hereinafter described real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt in terest and costs Said debt is one thousand dollars with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the sixth day of April 1JOG till paid The costs are tifteen dollars and fortyfive cents adjudged in the Mercer Circuit Court and SOSGO the costs of the levy of saio execution and the sale and collection thereunder The total amount of the debt interest and costs on the aforesaid day of sale is 115255 The said real estate to be sold lies in Lancaster Garrard CountyKentucky in what is common ly known and called Baler Addition Said real estate consists of certain town lots which lie one after the other Each of said lots lies on the north side of Totten avenue and each fronts on said avenue More particularly des cribed the lots are as follows 1 Beginning at the Southeast of the lot fronting and abutting on said Totten avenue sold by said Sharp to Dock Warren of color and convey ed to said Warren by said Sharp by deed of date February Sth 1907 which deed is now of record in the Garrard CountyClerks Ollice Deed Book No 22 pale 300 and running east with said Totten avenue feet thence north lJ5 feet thence west 32 feet thence south to the beginning IDG feet 2 Beginning at the southeast of Lot No 1 and running east with Totten avenue Gj feet thence north 19G feet thence west GU feet south IDG feet to the beginning 3 Beginning at the southeast of lot No 2 and running east with said Totten avenue GO feet thence north 1JG feet thence west Gt feet thence south JJ1G feet to the beginning 4 Beginning at the southeast of lot No 3 and running east with Totten uvenue Gj feet thence north lOG feet thence west Gli feet thence south lUG feet to the beginning 5 Beginning at the southeast of lot No 4 and running east GO feet with Totten avenue thence notli lOG feet thence west 66 feet thence south 196 feet to the beginning Lot No 1 contains 23 933 poles more or less and each of the other lots contains 48 poles more or less The aggregate frontage of these live lots is 29G feet and their uniform depth is 19G feet These lots now advertised for sale are a part of the lots sold and covened to said Sharp on November 20th 1905 bv Cyrus Eason and wife by deed now of record in the Garrard County Clerks Office Deed Book No 21 page 103 Lot No 1 is a part of what is called lot C in said Eason deed lot No 2 is lot D in said Eason deed lot No 3 is lot E in said Eason deed lot No 4 is lot F in said Eason deed Said five lots new advertised herein were levied upon as the property of said A E Sharp Terms of Sale Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per anuum from day of sale till palO and having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity This the twentytixth day of April 1907 C A ARNOLD Sheriff of Garrard County Kentucky Roach W I Williams Attorneys for W A Armstrong COMBINED STALLION RED LEAF Jr Will make the season of 1907 at my stable 2J miles from Lancaster on pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Bay stallion 4 years old 153 by Red Bird sou of Joe Brown he by Cabbells Lexington First dam by Old 1eacoek Second dam by Cabbells This horse will anyone who wants to breed to the best As a 3yearold with but little handling he won many blue ties Cnbbclls Lexington stock are very scarce and are too well known to need further comment Also at same place will stand two good Jacks at 10 each to living colts A re tamed on all colts for the season money Money due when mare is parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsi ble should any occur Wm LEAR Blue Grass Nurseries LEXINGTON KY offer for the Spring of 1907 a large line Fruit and Ornamental Trees T Evergreens Grape Vines T of Asparagus Shrubs Rhu X barb and Small Fruits r have no agents Strawberry and General Catalogues on application F HILLENMEY SONS KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New I I I x If uf my Maud corner I thirtytwo corner corner corner corner judgment II F Lexiu ton please of We Discovery ShBrifPs se curt being then Lexington to- IL II FOR COUGHS PRICE SOc SIM IITrial Bottle Free OR MONEY BEFuNDED The American Society of Equity in Robertson county has pledges on the 1907 tobacco crops for 1810 acres The Assessors book shows that last year there were about 251 acres of tobac co Taking this as a basis there is at least 90 per cent of the average in this county for 1907 already signed up Eoberston Advance AND All THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED t J SATISPAOTORI NOTICE OF Democratic Primary Election The Democratic voters of Garnirrl county an herehv a Prim ary Election will he held by order of the Democratic County Committee in pursuance to the resolutions adopted by said Committee and under the Primary Election law in the following manner primary election will in each and every voting precinct throughout Garrard County Kentucky between t he hours of six oclock A JI and 4 oclock P SI standard time on Saturday the twentyfifth day of May 1007 under and pursuant to the pri mary election law of the State of Ken tucky and under and pursuant to the regulations adopted by the Demo cratic County Committee as herein set out for the purpose of nominating a Democratic Candidate for represen tative for Garrard County Ky in the General Assembly of Kentucky to be voted for at the general State Election to be held in November 1907 Second In said Primary election any known Democrat who is a voter in the Precinct where he offers to vote on the day thereof or who will be a legal voter in said precinct at the regular November election 1907 shall be entitled to vote Third The otlicers required to hold said election shall be appointed by the Democratic County Committee for Garrard County Ky and shall be divid ed as nearly equally as possible as to J uflgesclerks and Sheriffs among the various candidates and where the furnish a list of names for election officers as they are entitl cd to do by law the said election ollicers shall be selected from said lists and said lists shall be furnished by said candidates not less than ten days before the date of said primary election The election officers when appointed snail be notified by the secretary of the County Committee and requested to serve Each in said primary election shall be entitled a challenger and inspector and tile same person may act as both challenger and inspec tor and the name of such challenger or inspector shall be submitted to the said Committee or the Chairman thereof and his appointment certified by said Chairman and the certificate of the Chairman of his selection shall entitle such challenger or inspector to to admission to said voting Precincts Fourth Said Primary election shall be held in all respects as required by law for the holding of Primary elec tions and a uniform ballot shall be us ed in every Precinct The precinct ballot boxes and all returns shall be made to the chairman of the County Committee at the Court House in Lancaster Kentucky within the time required by law and on the next day thereafter the County shall meet at the Court House and canvass the returns and certify the name of the successful candidate to the proper ollicer to be placed under the Democratic device of the party on the ballot at the gen eral November election lJ07 The precinct election otlicers shall make returns to the Chairman of the County Committee the ballots shall be preserved in the boxes which shall be locked and one key kept by one Judge and the other key by another Judge but the candidates have furnished lists from which the otlicers have been selected the Judges hold ing the keys must have been taken from different lists Fifth Any Democrat who is legal ly qualified to hold said office desiring to become a candidate before said election and to have his name printed on the ballot for said election shall on or before 12 oclock midnight of May 10th 1907 deposit with the chairman of secretary of said Commit tee tile sum of Fifty dollars for the purpose of defraying the expenses of said Primary election and such deposit shall constitute notice to the the desire o f such candidate to have his name print ed said ballot for said election In the event there is a surplus remaining from the amounts so deposited it shall be returned to said candidates and in the event there is a deficit said candi dates in said primary shall be assessed pro rata to make up said deficit Sixth In the event no more than one candidate shall have qualified as herein set out and made said deposit of Fifty dollars within the tune requir edthen said committee shall meet and declare such candidate to the nominee of the Democratic office for said office and the amount so paid shall be re turned by him The order on the in which the names of the candi dates shall be printed shall be bv lot in the presence of the candidate at the time of such drawing of which time and place each of such candidates shall be given reas onable notice to he present Seventh It is ordered that notice of said primary election be posted and advertised as required by law By order of the Democratic County Committee for Garrard County Ken tucky this the 9th day of March 1907 W G Gooch Chairman D C C O B Swinebroad Secy A copy Attest G SwinebroadSecy Comtee M K Denny that towit FirstA beheld candidates shall candidate t o Community Democratic incase Primary Committee 0 f ballot determined I tint i5CI1 legal DENTIST I I Office over llerndons jewelry store 1 Commissioners fealo of Land GAKHAUD CIRCUIT Corui j Mary I Berkele Plaintiff i W Lftitj et il Defendant By virtue of a judgment of the Gar raid Circuit Court rendered at its Alaich Term 197 in thy case 1 as Master Commissioner will 01 Monday May 27Mi 19 7 between the hours of 10 A M and 2 P M it beirg County iiutrt day sell at the Court House in Lancaster Gnriard County Ky to the highest and best bidder the f iluviMg described re l property Sttiuittd in Garrard Coun v Kentucky the aru Bur in Turnpike and bjuuded as follows Begining at a point in the middle of said pike thence N 38 W 2 poles to a stake corner to Preston Thence S 85 poles to a stake corner to lots No 2 3 thence North 17 E XI poles to Church Lot thence S 78 K 11 poles N 9 E 22 poles thence E 25 32 poles to a stake corner to lot sold to Garrard County thence with line of same S 30 SS poles to a stone S 42i V 7 8 poles to a stone at East edge of the pike thence S W 1280 poles to the beginning contain ing 12 acres 33 poles Said land will be sold as a whole This sale Is made for th purpose r f realiintr the sum of 230 which is Plaintiffs debt interest antI costs up proximately to the day of sale Said sale will be o a credit of G and 12 months purchaser will lie to execute h nd of quil inxtal rnents pybk with jjimrt Mtriiriu the undersigned Taster iaiisi iei for said purchase money bearing G per interest per annum from elatouf sale until paid upon which rx eurinri may issue if no paid at niuniriry ih sanif having the force ami t ffc uf a judj mem A len will uso he retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master CommissionerGarrard Circuit Court This May nth 1907 Herndon Herndon Atty for PUT Mainspring No One Can be Strong With Weak Stomach The stomach is the mainspring of life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nour ishedOne may perhaps get temporary relief from stomach troubles by us ing pepsin or some other digestant but this treatment has no curative It does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona which restores lost functions of the whole digestive system revives nutrition and aids in the of food Miona is a pleasant remedy to use and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It restores the torpid glands and stimulates the natural digestive secretions It checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes inflammation and cures all troubles such as hedd aches backaches rheumatic pains furred tongue sleeplessness and general debility which are caused by imperfect digestion It is the only remedy that is so successful in the cure of stom ach diseases that we are willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of Miona tablets that the will cost nothing unless it cures i R E McRoberts Druggist l I f v C above styLed I dr k lEIUS mad I I I I OJ lie a effect I I nervousness I I f i Sri Bryti sw tie required t I flagging assimilation uniformly remedy Henry Uuncan Old Reliable BarberF- ree Neck Shave Free Tonic with each Hair Cut The I Goto Many people who are symptoms kidney trouble hoping will wear away drifting towards which is kidney trouble m one its worst forms irregularities strengthen the wornout tissues neys so they will perform their functions properly kid neys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes through them Diseased kidneys do not and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the to every of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver Irregula heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight in a few days and fatal malady It is pleasant take and benefits thewhole system How t Find Out You can easily determine if your neys are out of order by asid for 24 hours a bottle urine passed If upon examination is cloudy or milky or a brickduit sediment or small particles float about in it your kidneys are anti FOLEVS KIDNEY CURE ihould to taken at once 8 Barh n TestHlMJMw Four 0 t lBft2B of Center lILT writer About fouryearsago Iirrota you statl I hal been entirely cured of a severe trouble by tainirless than r bottles atFol Kidney Cure It entirely stjocfd the brlcH dust sediment and pain and nofticJne disease disappeared I nerer bad a return or 4 during the four years t and I am evidently cured to heartily recommend Fol y m Kidney Cure t a M suffering tram kidney or Bladdar troui Tw3 Six SS M4 1 LETTER TO OUR READERS Leading Guarantee Hy oinei to Cure Catarrh or It Costs Nothing To the Editor In view of the prevalence of ca tarrhal troubles at this season of the year we Want to tell your read ers that have never any thing that gave more satisfaction titan lyomeiy when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use wilt prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested In Hyoniel for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in with Hyomei It is a thor oughly local treatment for a local and its soothing healing medi cation goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cent We positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with directions or we will refund your money This certainly show our faith and belief In the virtues c HyoneL Yours very truly R E McRoberts Druggist COLONEL This tine thoroughbred Jersey Bull will stand at my farm 4 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike at r the Season with return privilege Money due when service renderedE PIERCE I I IR TSi i DISEASE are Bright Disease KIDNEYCURE the urinary organs and builds up of the kid disorder prevent- a t ased C Years Car 9- I s eta U toms ued IOLD AID UCIMMEUEI nFor C C T E Stormes we connection consists 1 kit t TS S SJlti by Druggists disease GENERAL SIMMONS Record 224i Trotter Bred by Geo E McKarg Trot Ohio Consigned by J C Dowling Foaled 1897 Bay Stud 161 Hands Hnmbletonian 10 George Wilkes rl I By Abdaliah 1 Keeonl 2 Si Sire Dolly Spanker harry 2K atb by Henry ClayySJi Wilc s MU V Wilkes 2 M others i Manibrmo Patchn 5- UaiOJiCOreenleaf Black June By Mambrino ChIe ll 2U Neva Simmons Paint of Kossi Wilkes Stanhope 21154 Minnie Simmons f 2lS4Simmous2 S 212 Oscar William j 2121 128 others Helen Windsor Dam of Windsorwood 2 W Helen Wood 2r2JJ Gerald Simmons 2 sJl jQueemvood Vinsflor KY Sire of Winsdor I 2 0iwin dorII I 2 t Frank Finch 2 IJi 5 others Lottie Mark 25C f Major Anderson Egbert Mare VolunteerBy Uambletonian George Wilkes 519 record 222 sire of 83 includiag Harry Wilkes 213j t Daughters have produced 7 rReflca2S Direction 2a J 3Ins tard208J Bachel2WSxl4 Exploit 2OS Earlinont2UJJ Dick Hubbard 2a cfAlvina Wilkes 1 1 OWNERS STATEMENT This is a very fast horse has been miles over naifmile tiact in 213 anti is as game horse as ever looked through it bridle Hisbreeding fashionable enough to head any stock farm and if put in Draper condition should take a mark in less He i a bay horse 15 hands high black points no white weighs 1150 pounds He is a very high acting horse all around sires extreme action and a sure foal getter with a perfect disposition city broken Do not fail to see this horse if yon are booking mares to a high stallion lie will show for himselfGeneral Simmons will make the present season at the Central Kentucky Fair Grounds at 2500 to Insure a Careful attention assured bnt not responsible for accidents or escapes a Slmmol1sZH to I cord of Guy t Z Dr o Lady llQ o l 229 including Mendolita etc a than cia LivingColt off Wilkes I 2tiS Sire llutduiraCeS liespertit I t a a i4 IOi Manager C f6 REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky Will also do service at the stable of John M Farra in Lancaster on Tuesdays neadaya of each week aatl w isssss bas3S3s ssssssssssss Kaf I Great QuitBusiness Sale will continue until June 1st fourteen days longer by the big C G Salvage Company for H Patterson Proprietor of 10000 worth of uptodate merchandise left which must be sold at once at your own price i On account of the failing health of his family the entire stock of goods of H Patterson proprietor of the popular Blue Front at Kentucky has teen placed in the hands of the great C G Salvage Company to be disposed of by June 1st FOURTEEN DAYS LONGER 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 and value Greatest sale ever known Thirty Five 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 fjiiifc business in Lancaster and seek a more congenial climate Immediately following the close of the sale oriel 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 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 Thirty Five cents on the dollar as long as it lasts Practically everything in house is new 1907 spring goods nothing 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 again at 830 Saturday Morning May18 and 14 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 ease 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 Come one and all Saturday May 18th and for 14 Days Thereafter t i i 1 1 l t f r t u Iry I I ti IS I m I I xI1e 1Ue Jamacas1ter 1 j 1 for I every I t Lsr yfcnat wc- fi b- t i r n Ii Ii ii 1 HKf r a- W r- rlitUIIE w w iwW I rxTLt Lancaster togor a s 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 a grand as sortment of single or double breasted in Me tons and Scotch mixtures in the very lates 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 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 lat est 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 sizes worth 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 unfinished f 6ooClosing guaranteeClosing Trunks A full line of trunks suit cases and valises Boys Suits Boys suits all styles and sizes worth up to out price 198 Boys fine dress suits plaid and fancy col worth up to 1000 Closing out price 129 to 4g8 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 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 3 c Dress Madras out price per yard 4c 2000 yards best quality price per yard 3 c Plaid Scotch dress ginghams worth i2cts Closing out price 4 c Lambs fleeced flannel worth aoc Closing out price Flannelettes worth 2oc Closing 6c Outing flannels worth 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 SooClosing rs stylesClosing 75cClosing lout clothClcsing printsClosing- out 8c out 35CClosing Notice to Merchants Here is an opportunity for mer chants to buy goods fresh and up to date at a biz per cent off the actual wholesale cost Closingout Prices on Mens Furnishings Mens tine white handkerchiefs worth 10c only ic Mens colored handkerchiefs large fast color only 2C Mens heavy hose worth 15c only 20 Mens tim Lisle hose in black and brown worth 20c only 7c Mens fine cassimere hose worth 25c only Sc Mens fine wool hose worth 25cat gc Mens line underwear worth 50c only IgC Mens fine Australian underwear worth 100 only 390 Medium grade of shirts worth 50c Closing out price isJc Mens fine ribbed underwear worth only 33C Fine Lisle web suspenders worth 50c only IIC Mens silk web suspenders worth 75c only igc Mens tine dress shirts worth 100 only sgc 1000 pairs of leather gloves worth up to SLOOonly zpc 2000 pairs of overalls go at 39c Regular 50c silk ties only zzc Mens black and white striped work shirts worth 75c only zgc 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 DaysOnlyDont get mad by being pushed by the crowd Dont get mad if you get your corns mashed Dont forget your pocket book Dont forget THE BLUE FRONT Remember that this stock consists of nice seasonable merchandise No odds and ends All our winter goods at your own price I 125 I Everytbin Mnst be sold In 10 Days I I r size More Dress Goods Specials 34 inch Scotch mixed suitings for tailor mades regular price out 49c Finest imported Henrietta dress cloth inches wide worth 125 Closing out 29c Novelty dimities extra fine quality Clos ing out price 7 c Double width novelty full dress cloth worth 100 Closing out price 16 c Black figured brilliantine very fine worth out price 19 c Cambric Closing out price 2c Ladies Gloves Ladies kid gloves worth Sioo to 500 Closing out price 10c Ladies Furnishings Corsets worth from roc to i5o closing out price 19c Corsets worth from 5oc to 150 Closing out price 19c 65 ladies sealskin capes worth up to Closing out price 198 Veiling all colors worth closing out price 19c Sandsilk Closing out price per spool 2c 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 outprice 398 White linen for suits and waists worth soc Closing out price 19c Ladies skirts in cheviots broadcloth panama and plaids worth up to 1000 Closing out price gSc 100 to 498 Silk shirt waists almost given away Window Shades Window shades linen fancy work French Closing out price 19c 150Closing 45 72cClosing 25 Soc I t mohair THE BLUE FRONT Underwear and Hosiery Womens 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 taped worth closing out price Igc Womens underwear worth 250 Closing out price gc Hundreds of dozens 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 dos 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 5oc Closing out price 24c Thousands of yards of ticking Closing out price from 5c up Red check towels worth 25CCIosing out 4c White crash towels worth 2oc Closing out price 6c Pure linen towels worth soc Closing out price 19c Lace Curtains Lace curtains Closing out per pair 39C Carpets Mattings and Rugs Carpets worth 500 Closing out price 14c Mattings Closing out price Druggets worth up to 3500 Closing out prices from iAS to 1398 I 75C 8y3c i Lancaster Ky I WANTED Twentyfive experienced sales people Good wages paid FARE paid to outoftown buyers of 2500 or more within X Do not enter until you see the 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 18 contines 14 days Look for the large Red White and Blue Canvas at The Blue Front Mark the Place and Date The Blue Lancaster Ky Saturday May 18 83O a m for 14 Days 30miles I Front 1 t 1 RAILROAD t MMMM CI3B i 0 M3M 0 Lancaster Greenhouse SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Roses BEDDING PLANTS- A little of every thing Come and see CUT FLOWERS For all occasions I can save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS All K nds Now Ready John Phone 157 OJ I I I ti u l t IiI I I 0 I I I W j I I E I I I I Chrisfmanl Prop I- l u 1IIII J J IIIJ 1 essiGes1SSSt SI s It makes no howparticular you are The man to please once pleased is a life long customer Thisstore asks an to show you a KANTBEBEAT wit The coat hangs just fits the shouWers difference opportunity tied Cant Afford to Paint The man who says that forgets that painting properly done is economy and tne fact is he cant afford NOT to How often require to paint is largely depend ent upon the paint you use SHERWINWlLUAMS PAINTS THE outlast others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most wear longest Add to this good appearance and you have perfect SherwinWilliams Paints They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it is want to house or anything in or out of the make the right paint for that particular one slapdash mixture for all paintsThe painta housewe purposenot SOLD BY J lcnol erts SDrug tcre- i From EVERY I Pointof VIEW collar stays right dont dont shrink KANTBEBEAT clothing pleases you from the first look to the last wear Thats why itis superior toso called tailor made This Store wants to help you look your U R S Brown and Bro Millinery Millinery New York and Paris Patterns Beautiful Tailored Hats Ready to Wear for Ladies Milan Sailors for Children styles md prices to suit all We have an up to date and experienced trimmer who will take pleasure hi waiting on you Call and see us before buying elsewhere R E McRoBEirrs Frest J W ELMORE Cashr J C EUBANKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest Iflfftvel f Vailt aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and bus ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W DIRECTORS H J B Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton lr T Logan R Cook I requirement The Central Record Supplement Lancaster Ky May 17 1907 IttUIAiJ OF MEXICO DOCJLu Essentially a Man of Peace He Wants to Be Let Alone The simple minded patient docile Indian ol ejico is eminently Bountiful nature anti pcrpeuinl summer combine to palliate his im providence He can not see the of laying up anything for a rainy day It rains half the days in Mexico anyhow but that only makes the mangoes grow larger and cheaper It he has no tortillas today some of his neighbors have and they will glad ly share for conditions may be tomorrow says Modern Mex icoThese Mexican Indians make the best and the poorest servants in the world Their greatest charm from this standpoint is their perfet appre ciation of their position Always never presuming with hat in hand it is always your servant and with your permission In the they ask a half holiday once a fortnight with never a word of com plaint when working hours last from daylight to midnight The Mexican Indan does not want fight All he asks is to be let alone ills politeness and affectionate nature are inborn His love for children If particularly marked It is a cominc sight to see a laborer in the streo with bat two pieces of white cant lothing to his back or his name st a woman with a baby in her arms an holding the childs face between be his hands deliver a resounding smac and chuck it under the chin And the same unconscious and entire unaffected manner will a young ma take his sombrero from Lis head reverently kiss the hand of some an elect relative in a tattered dress when he encounters her in the crowded horouglifare TWO OLD CRONIES CELEBRATE Have Their Own Way of Observing the Spirit of Christmas For many years said Mr Frank L Shafer of Cincinnati at the Ar lington a couple of old cronies of my acquaintance have had a unique way of celebrating their friendship on Christmas day Punctually at noon on December 24 they meet at a certain rendez vous and Bill opens the game by buy ing a quart of wine When this is consumed Tom makes a purchase of a second quart the drinking of which consumes much time and the story of their years is told and retold The finale which is an act of great seriousness consists of Bill going down into the depths of his trousers and pulling forth a 20 gold piece which he presents to his chum as an evidence of sincere apprecia tion Without the loss of a second Tom makes a dive for his pocket and extends to the other a double eagle accompanying the gift with fervent expressions of everlasting friendship This quaint custom ap pears to be original with the prin cipals of my story and without going into detailed argument it would seem their plan is not altogether without merit Washington Herald Firers of Fatal Shot Unknown You know how a soldier traitor is put to death said the colonel The traitor stands blindfolded and half a dozen privates shoot at him But perhaps you dont know that each of those privates though he take the most careful aim may after ward say without fear of contradic tion that the traitors blood does not stain his hands This is the reason Two of the rifles for this ghastly shooting are al ways loaded with blank cartridges Then they are shuffled and no one knows which the harmless ones are The executioners draw and each is as like as not to draw a harmless gun So when they shoot they can solace themselves for their unChristianlike work with the thought that mayhe they are only shooting a blank at the poor blindfolded wretch before them Hit the Lawyer Hard Joseph H Choate the famous law yer and diplomat said at a lawyers dinnerWe lawyers couldnt do better than resolve on the new year to be gentler in our crossexaminations Rudeness in crossexamination never never pays This is a truth that I once saw proven in a damage suit In this suit a crossexamining shouted at a witness in overalls You there in the overalls how much are you paid for telling un truths Less than you are the witness retorted or youd be in overalls too King Edwards Chef King Edwards chef M Menager has a salary of 9000 a year besides free lodging near the palace He does nothing in connection with breakfast but devotes his attention to dinner which is served at nine oclock Menus are furnished by the official known as master of the and after dinner M Menager presents his bill which is always paid on the spot Had to Concede It Well said Subbubs Ive just weathered a little labor trouble thats costing me seventylive per week What exclaimed Citiman sev entyfive dollars a week No seventyfive cents Our cook struck for a raise from 425 to Catholic Standard and Times Dont Pay Alimony to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills Their action is so gentle that the appendix never bas cause to make the least complaint Guaranteed by B B McEoberU Drag gUt 25c 1m peaceful I household o I a cartridge lawyer preparing household 5 l Try the necessity reversed polite simultaneously I L IMPORTANT NOTICE Rules adopted May 13 1898 These rules will be enforced In order that the benefit of Lancaster Graded Gammon School may he 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 par ents 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 tui tion 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 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 any time A copy attest tf J B Kinnaird Sectv Poultry Rasing Pays Farmers are coming to realize that poultry raising is one of the best pay ing lines in his business Statistics 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 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 a day Price 50 Cents Guaranteed by your druggist R E McRoberts Jack Taylor Briar Hill Ky says I gave my turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were dying and it cured them It is the unly remedy I have ever used that will cure turkeys Sold guaranteed by Mount Elkin C V Shipp Clintonvllle Ky says 1 have used and sold almost every hog remedy on the market and will say Bouroon Hog Cholera Remedy is the only medicine I have ever found that will cure hog cholera Sold and guar anteed by Mount Elkin Navigators Error Matchett He thought he had solved the problem of aerial naviga tion when he covered his airship with fly paper he made a mistake when he used the sticky kind Chica go Daily News Her Good Guess My dear said the candidate who had arrived home after the returns from 627 precincts had been received I have won a great moral victory Oh she replied then the other man must have received most of the RecordHerald The Limit They live in some obscure little vil lage in the mountains of Tennessee dont they Obscure little village is no name for it Why that town doesnt even get out souvenir land Leader Indulgent First Bull do yon keep your master waiting so long when he calls you Second just to jolly him a little he likes to hear himself whis tle Detroit Free Press That Boy Did you ever think how it rejoices the heart of that boy to be permitted to go to town with father It is the same way whether father drives out no matter if it is only to get a pig of a neighbor Get the boy up on the seat with you says the Farm Journal Be ready to answer all his questions and there will be a lot of them Let him help you hitch up Trust him to hold the horses while you are in the store Let him help you get the pig In short think of him as your righthand man of tomorrow It will do the boy good and you will be the better man for it Asses Milk According to the London Daily Mall there are several dairies for the of asses milk in that city the milk being sent all over the country in sealed bottles the price being six about L44 a quart It is con sidered valuable for invalids or sickly cbiMrcn CASTOR I A For Infants Ill KM Yoi Han Always 1E adoptedOn 0 f s u c h how Tuni- C ick GaussBut votesChicago postcardsCleve TerrierWhy DittoOh production Bill the shillings andCbI11 1 Bears the Signature oi 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 BT chance we read about Electric Bitters bought a bottleand soon noticed improvement WeTcontinued this medicine untilsever al bottles were used when our boy was medicines acd body building health tonics Guaranteed ftt McEoberU 50c 1m I I Drug afore bloodY 4 Business Items Mothers Bread at Davidsons 2t Ice chests as Mount Elkin 2t Horse bhueiiiu at Cunti Bros tf Salt rising bread at Davidsons 2t Buggy painting at Conn Bros tf Phone 181 for any thing in groceries All kind of pumps at Conn Bros Stone lined Refrigerators at 2t Mount Elkin For goodness sake eat Mothers Bread Sold by L G Davidson Vegetable Plants For sale at the Lancaster Greenhouse Richmond st and raid road crossing Wanted a man to sell and erect the Potts Lever Drive Gate in Garrard county Call on or address 0 W Potts 4 19 4t Teatersville Ky Hemp Seed For sale 200 bushels cultivated hemp seed Address Wm Gooch Point Peavell or Paint Lick Phone 171A tf 1858 Dollar worth 2000 Watch dates on every coin you handle Send Ten Cents Coin Value Rook E George W Elson Spriugville York 3t From my home in upper Garrard on Thursday night April 18th a black and white hound puppv about four weeks old Will pay 25 for informs tion leading to his recoveryE Walker For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rli de Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season 1 00 for flu teen Mrs J Walker Phone lib B Paint Lick 1June Fine Eggs Mv pen of Barred Plymouth Rocks bred pure for twentylive years are now mated with a the pens of A C Hawkins of Lancaster Mass Can furnish a few settings of eggs at 1 for 15 W H tf Good Property For Sale In order to wind up the estate I will sell the residence and three acres of ground belonging to the late Capt Frank J White on Richmond street near town The property is in good condition and very desirable Price 2500 For information call on H T Logan- tf J S Armstrong Dallas Tex To Ladles To ladies in this and adjoining coun ties 1 take great pleasure in you that 1 have opened a Branch office for the sale of the celebrated Rome Remedies prepared by Mrs Sum mers of Notre Dame Ind and will fill all orders at same price as the home office For further informa tion and free samples call on or address Mrs E C Garman tf Stanford Ky The examination of pupils for com won school certificates will May 10 11 The white teachers examination will be held May 17 18 The colored teachers examination will be held May 24 25 3t Plants Plants Plants Cabbage Tomato and Sweet Potato plants for sale Mrs Geo Smith 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 neal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es peclally advised for chronic deep seat ed cases as it cures after all else falls The Garrard County Association will hold its annual convention at Pleasant Grove Church Saturday May 25 1907 The day session will open at 930 but it is hoped to bold a round table in Lancaster on Friday evening previous Program 930 Song Devotional Exercises Rev C C Brown How to study the Association The Pastor in the Sunday School Rev Homer Carpenter Recitation Katie Bourne Dickerson The Working Sunday School Rev H General discussion of the subjects led by Rev C S Ellis Appointment of Committees 130 Song The Bible School Superintendent W I Williams The Value of Young People in Chris tian Work The Association What is the end in viewE A Fox Report of Secretary and Committees Be With You Speakers are requested to limit pa pers and discussions to twenty and in case they cannot be pres ent you asked to notify the Secre tary ID ample time to secure a substi tute 2t New Stolen Wade Lancaster I fut ther be held blithe A Dunn Supt Phone 212 eat- Ing 4 11yr Sunday School meeting E A Fox M Shouse NOON SongGod minutes cockrel from informing are As Spring approaches yon naturally think of repairing 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 PRISBIES DRUG STORE 1 I I I 1 I I iI 3 line THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENY President J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Emhry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamI D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny I Lewis ST LEAVELL President We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking I I I f accommodation SrE WILL Saf ijDcpoiitBaiczfirReit CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 00000 M COY RL ARNOLD RGGUYN BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS DIProRS Z S II W c FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance 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 decorators The Best is always the Cheapest LOWEIBROSIPAINT Has been used in this county for fifteen years has always given perfect satisfaction A E GIBBONS 306 Main street DANVILLE KY II Jt Jtsr t Jt ts s S i S S S S S rS i I IS SandI I SJtS JtS1V w zt s S PAPEfl = 4 ct a t 4 Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the LAUNDRYand others Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you runalong and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are doing so why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Phone 38 or 91 EUGENEALDEIDGEilt LANCASTER KY MaN I I fa Solicit Your ln I J J WALKKK Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ls SGKPLOS IM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S JOHNSON B F Hudson E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I a I J Walker T M Arnold e II II WAr sxn 3 J IAU TIN EAZIYS HIGH GRADE COAL ISand and Brick Orders delivered promptly guaranteed Office near depot I Satisfaction SAFESR SPEE ILMRirlifal1 ill IHEvMA SM CuQE s c- 1kwA araailr- wraliiMr 3Nif SeW lAIM 71 r 1 eaK lnrsusllPtrnplet