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VEALZIGMTSEirtH THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 21 II07 t 1 23flf1fWflf WlfflffHTflfHflffWflf TffBfWWflfttfflfflfitfflTi Saturday June 22nd I ONE DAY ONLY Tinware Graniteware Haselden Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware co I TINWARE I 4xE F I E 33 e il a E ii 3- EE EE E 91WlI1WWJ111WYJYJ11JYl11JYW JpW11i11JI1WYJi1WW111 Ben D Herndon IERNBON HERNDON Attorneys At Incater Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store WmHerndon Law Undertaker Arterial ail Cavity Zmtelmmz Office on Danville Street I lGIIJIIIIIJ1Bedzle9J I L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Pollee Court room Prompt attention to business I I R I i FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK I JI Tr f nll1I IIIIT T 1lInn II rr If fJl1I1T1l are fishing at Lake Placid Monday will be county court day I Large crowds are atteuding the special sales of our merchants Very valuable clay has been found on the farm of ttr H A Burdett near Bryan tsville The year 1816 was without a summer and 1907 may not have one Save old corn for seed in 1908 The Lances ofthe Mt Hebron church will give a box supper Saturday night for the benefit of the church is cordially invited Opera House A party is looking for a lot on which be can erect an opera hope that can also be used as a Skating Rink Telephone About July 1 the Bastin Telephone Co Incorporated will place a phone at Dripping Springs for the benefit of that famous resort Ics and Cake The Ladies of the U D C will serve ices and cake at Mr Stormes vacant room Danville st on Saturday after noon June 29 Jersey Stock Hamilton and Daniels will stand the Registered Jersey Bull Reids Pedro Exile at 2 to insure a calf money due when service is rendered Society The Record is indebted to Miss Margaret Mount for splendid work as society Editor in the place of Mrs Landram who is with her husband at the Press Convention Test of Milk Mr J L Jones has a cow that produces four gallons of milk per day which shows a test of 7 per cent which means that it will yield 7 Ibs of butter to 100 pounds of milk Protracted Meeting Rev Argabrite a talented and eloqu ent minister of Georgetown revival services at the Baptist church Large crowds are attending and much interest in manifested Coloring Hair It is reported that since several young ladies with red hair are going to the marriage altar this year those with dark hair are seeking a solution that will give their tresses a reddish hue Secretary J C Hemphill informs us that the Lancaster Building and Loan Association has declared another dividend of 6 per cent This is an old reliable institution and it has helped many people in paying for their homes f Many Every- bodY 2t is B L conducting annual Have You Ever Noticed That where a merchant resorts to catchpenny schemes fake sales or any method other than that of honest fair dealing that that merchant soon plays out and quits business The who succeeds is he who gives Honest Goods at Honest Prices Again have you ever thought ofthe fact that when a merchant brings in outside men to run a business that It is YOU that pays his Expenses We import no salesmen We bring on no trashy goods for humbug sales We dont mark down one article then mark up another to catch even Ever think of that If you want honest hoods at Honest Prices ALL the Year Round COME TO AN OLD HOUSE We will not sacrifice our regular legitimate customers You should look before you leap for you may be sorry after having a lot of trash un loaded on you Think about this The Joseph flercantile Go Incorporated Dry Goods Dress Goods Ladies Shoes Furnishings Carpets Etc j fiI t I C merchant ESTABLISHED ti 4 1 Stenography and Typewriting Miss Fannie T Wilson is located in the stenographers room at the Gar rard Bank and Trust Gos officers where she can be found during bus ness hours to do stenographic work and typewriting Al work I to promptly and satisfactory Tobacco On last Saturday Mr Hanna spoke to the farmers in reference to the by which they can get better prices for tobacco They meet again next Moo day when a majority of the growers are expected to adopt the method The plan is fully explained in this issue The Ladies of New Antioch Church will serve a supper of ices creams sherbets and etc at the home of Mrs Leander Davidson on Buckcye pike Saturday night June 22nd 25 and 15cts for adults and children respec tively The Ladies of Antioch Aid Imitators Stanford and Danville acted wisely in copying or following after Lances ter by building butter foctories after we had decided to build one If they will watch us we will give them several pointers in the direction of progress and enterprise The nomination of Senator G T Farris for representative insures not only the support of his own party but of many others who are satisfied with his record on matters of public interest about which they are deeply concerned and in which all the people are inter ested Another Trial The Court of Appeals has reversed the judgment of the Garrard Circuit court in the case of the against William Humber for killing George Pollard and the case will be called for trial again here at the August term It is said to have been reversed on the instructions of the trial Judge Your Money Back Some time last year a number of Garrard county farmers subscribed to the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Association This money has now been returned to Mr J Wade Walker and he asks The Record to inform the subscribers that he will give them a check for their part when informed of the amount He will be in town court day Do You Need Some Dirt The Hotel Co requests us to that any persons in need of dirt can get it from the hotel lot by hauling it away This is an opportune ty which all should take advantage of as there are but few lots that do not need extra dirt to level them you can improve you own property and kelp the hotel by hauling dirt at this Skating Rink Mr Ware McRoberts has leased the Blue Front building on public square in which he will soon open an up to dote skating rink He will be prepared to entertain the public with this popular and innocent amusement Newskates good floor and everything necessary will be furnished Perfect order will be maintained and but gentlemen will be allowed on the floor Sale of Oil Land The Beaver Creek oil and Gas Co of Wayne county has sold out for about 4000 This amount with former dividends declared will give the stock holders 150 per cent of their R E McRoberts and Judge Hemphill of this city had stock and it is safe to say that it is about the onlv money out of such investments made by our people that ever came back home Butter Factory An enthusiastic meeting of the stockholders of this institution and others who will furnish cows was held at the court house last Saturday The factory will be ready to start in a short time and it will be a source of considerable revnue to those haying cows Another meeting will be held next Saturday afternoon preparatory to opening the enterprise with product of 200 cows which number may be increased to 600 Republican Convention The Republicans met here on Satur day to appoint delegates to State convention to be held in Louisville on the 19 to nominate candidates for the offices A B Estridge was elected chairman and W H Harris Secretary Resolutions were read by L L Walker indorsing the administration of Roosevelt instructing the delegates to vote for Hon A E Willson for the nomination for Governor Obituary Mr William A Wallace age about 30 years died suddenly at the residence of father Mr 0 T Wallace at Point Leavel on last Sunday The remains were buried in the Richmond cemetery Monday afternoon after funeral services He had been in bad health for time but the end came sooner than expected Deceased was a moral polite affable ntelligent man a member of the Presbyterian church and had many friends in the best society in which ie was always found His age and very l prepares attended Political Commonwealth announce the and appropriate mad the I method Tobac- Co none investment the state President bill some proaDealli death Ollie Good Appointment The friends of Prof J E Mannix will be glad to learn that he his been acting Professor of in the Normal Department of Berea College at a good Salary Centennial Services One hundred years of history in one day is the program for the Christian church next Sunday- J B Briney will deliver two addresses the first at 1045 A M the second at 230 p 31 He wiil deal with pioneer days arid experience together with the things for which the church stands Mrs StClair of Hamilton College will speak at night on She Hath Done What She Could The invitation is cordially extended to all that will come Especially the members of the country Churches Why our Prosperity The spirit of enterprise manifested in our late ventures is the result of a disposition on the part of our people to invest at home and ignore wild cat schemes Beside this there is not a quieter or more moral town of the size in Kentucky and better officers cannot be found There have only been two arrests for drunkenness in months and it can be proved that they brought the liquor here with them Again the professions are tilled with excellent men the county officials are honest and capable our people are cultured and hospitable and our lands as fertile as any in the state No wonder our property is valuable To The Public The editor of the Record v ho is at tending the Press Convention and his artist who is ploughing corn though not personal appearance certainly have an eye for the Beautiful as they selected me for the principal character in a cartoon or illustration in the last issue of the Record View ed by the eye of a critic it is sadly defec live The feet are too large and the head is not large enough Beside this I never wore a stove pipe hat or a coat t like that But there is a certain kind of people that we cannot afford to be annoyed by so I will close the incident I regret that this issue of the Record has so many advertisements that there is but little room for reading matter M D H To Tobacco Growers As the people of Garrard Co do not seem altogether to understand the of the Society cf equity to take pleasure in offering to them through your paper the following The Society of equity has its at Indian and Indianapolis and sends speakers all over the United States and Canada to teach farmers the duty of uniting for purpose of ob taining profitable price for all arm products A fee of 2 is charged to bers a part of which goes to the zer and a part to the Central Soceity which sends out a weekly paper which has various departments discussing the various crop conditions The paper is called Uptodate Farming Thus far we are have been organized to obtain profitable prices on wheat cotton tobacco seed orchard seed peanuts and potatoesThe Department number of types each having a Society of its own The Henderson StemmeryThe Green Riverand White Burley being mainly operated in The Burley Tobacco Soceity with which we in this part of thestate have to do was organized about Oct 1st 1906 at New Castle Ky Ky was chosen for the permanent home office of tne soceity The first general Convention was held about Nov 3 after which pledging was rapidly by Jan 1st 1907 it was that one half of the 1906 crop was under control It is estimate that about 60 per cent of the crops is now under control In each county organi zed arrangtpents have been made to finance and warehouse their tobacco about March 1st the pooling of the 1907Crop was begun and has progressed very rapidly until it is supposed that over 90000 acres have been pooled By July 1Q it is confidently expected that fully 80 percent of the crap will be pooled This practically gives the soceity control of the market The pooling in Garrard was only begun within the last few days and the already made indicates Gar rard will soon be in line with theother Burley counties several members of theCounty board have been chosen management is assured which will be satisfactory to the growers C M Hanna who was the first chairman of the Society will remain in the county until the organization is completed and the pledging is sufficiently advanced to a majority of the crop Those information regarding the move ment will find Mr Hanna ready to give it at Lancaster for the next two weeks Distinguished speakers are invited for court day at Lancaster The presi dent of the Society Clarence Lebus of Cyntbianna and Judge Frank Peak of will be invited on that oc M Hanna He Fired The Stick Ihave fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore resisted every kind of until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made happy writes of North Mill N C Gnarmn teed for Piles Burns etc by McRob arts druggist 3Sc 1 appointed Mathematics are attractive in em organi informeddepartments embraces- a Kentucky estimated progress and- a cover casionC treatment mea moo rre I relation headquarters bluegrass Winchester pushed that desiring that John Ga BurnsideJones The wedding of Miss Willie Belle Burnside to Mr Larry D Jones of MonticelloKy was solemnized at the Christian church Wednesday afternoon at3 oclock Eld F M Tinder officiating The bridal party entered the church to the impressive strains of wedding March the ribbon girls Misses Anna Belle Burnsidr Lidia Mary Johnson and Mary Gaines in dainty white dresses with yellow ribbons entering first came the flower girls little Misses Mary Lee Lear and Mildred Beazley in cunning little white frocks with big fluffy yellow hair ribbons and sashes scattering their pretty posies Cora Ward the charming maidof immediately preceded the bride who entered with her mother Mrs Belle Burnside coming in the right isle of the church Mr Jones with his best wan Mr Frank Hill of JUonticello came in the left isle and met the bride at the foot of the altar forming a charming and impressive group as they gathered thus The bride worea beautiful gown of soft filmy white mousseline over silk elaborately daisies The gown of the maid ofhonor was of thin mesh silk woven in small daisies worn over yellow silk she also cirrying daisiesthese and green potted plants being the only flowers iu the effective decoration of the church The mother of the bride looking well in a truck of pearl grey Eoline gave her in marriage Preceding the ceremony an arranged musical program was by the wedding guests Mr Billy Wests selections on the pipe Miss Wards singing of Call me ThineOvvn All For You Love Me and The World is Mine and Mr Farras rendition of Ob Promise Me were delightful in the extreme Miss Burnside was one of Lancasters most attractive girls gracious and in disposition and with all that charm of manner for which the dough of the South are famed She is also a musician of ability excelling both as a vocalist and instrumental performer having been Musical in a young ladies college in Nash ville Tenn for a year and teacher of music in the High school at Monticello for two years Mr Junes is a progres sive young business Monticello holding a responsible position in a bank in that city Immediately after the ceremony and Mrs Jones drove to Danville and boarded a Northbound train to be gone for some few davs Mrs Junes going away frock was a stunning blue tailored voile wore with tan chapeau gloves and shoes Many handsome gifts were received evinc ing the popularity of the bride Auctioneer T D English reports sale of the Withers farm near Stanford at i 9650 per acre I i Elmore trimmed in a long bridal veil rand carried a huge bunch uf field exceedingly attractively appreciated lovable I manor M r u 1 I uex Mi Val laceand used organ Direc- tress Ja Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Fifth Annual Exhibition July 10 11 12 A splendid list of premiums offered among them is a Saddle stake of and a Roadster stake of 150 Write for catalogue Everybody come and have a good time J W Guest R H Bronaugh Secty JAMESTOWN Bowmars Personally Conducted Touts Delightful eleven daystour to James town Exposition historic Richmond steamer up Potomac River leaving Lexington July 1 Personally conduc ted by by Daniel M editor Versales Sun Mr Bowmar refers to several hundred pleased patrons of for mer tours For folders giving cost jot tour from Lancaster and full details address Bow mars Tours Versailles Ky If Kentucky Fair The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky FairsroriyOTa far as reported Officers of fairs are requested To resort to us any omissions or correction of dates Crab Orchard July 10 11 and 12 Standford July 17 3 days Henderson July 23 5 days LANCASTER J ULY 24 3 days Madisonville July days Danville July days Cynthiana July 31 i days Berea August 1 2 and 3 Georgetown Aug 6 i days Lexington Aug 12 to ITtii Fern Creek Aug days Lawerenceburg Aug 20 days Idayys Ewing Aug 22 3 days Shelbyville Aug 27 4 days Hardtnsburg Sept 3 5 days Eiizabetbtown A ug 27 3 days Springfield Ang28 t days Paris Sept days KENTUCKY STATE LOUISVILLE SEPT 1821 K DennyI Ass 150 Pre t EXPOSiTION- s CityrBowman Data 305 313 BlueGrass 134 Shepherds ille Aug 35 FAIR IM DENTIST I IIOffice over Herndons jewelry tore AUSTINBEAZLEY II IGRADE SIGH COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly guaranteed Office near depot Satisfaction Now is the time to have your before yov go into the field We have stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machines and are better equidped than to do your work not only in the ma chine line but on your Wagons Plows Buggies and all other kinds of work you need to have done We carry a larger stock of material than anyone and constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them Conn c Bin 8r ann MD r R Dair 0 harvest i n anyone I J Bro s L r 9 f FORCED MONEY RAISING SALE T LOGAN No such crowds of humanity ever witnessed in this country They came in droves from miles around It has been one continuous stream from early morn till closing time They came they went they came again more eager than before for no such bargains were ever placed before the people of Lancaster as this enormous stock of high grade Clothing Shoes Hats Caps and Furnishing Gooods for Men Women and children H T Logan is now distributing this stock to the people for less than actual cost of raw material leaving the labor out of the question The Prices we Quote Below are Strictly BONflFIDE and Every Quotation Correct 1 gA A I G 1 i l t H 1 j 1 T i i VV 4 UV PEND CONCEPTION Sensational Bargains In Yens Boys Childrens Clothing A Fine Suit of Mens Clothes all to match 298 This Suit is postively worth 91000 or your money refunded at any time during this sale A Fine Suit of Mens Clothes all to match This suit is posi lively worth f1250 or your money refunded at any time during this sale 398 Kens Fine Suits in Cheviots and Scotch Plaids worth 1350 or your money refunded at any time during this sale if you are 498 Yens Splendid Suits in Velour Finished Cassimeres all sizes These Suits are positively worth 1500 or your money hack 588 Silk and Satin Lined Dress Suits in plain checks and stripes Suit is positively worth 1650 748 At 998 each you are free to choose a Suit worth 2250 to 2500 from 20 lots of as finely made and as elegantly finished Suits as the most fastidious dresser could desire fine home and foreign suitings of style and tone and in great variety of effects tailored into garments of faultless fashion 998 At 1298 and 14 85 these represent the product of the Worlds celebrated looms and the Worlds most skilled tailors They equal and are guaranteed to excel any 22 tailor madetoor der garments in the world or we will cheerfully refund your money Yens Extra Fine Dress Suits in the latest styles and shades heavy silk and satin lined equal to the finest 2200 madeto 1248 Dont fail to ask to see this suit Yens Fine Dress Pants for 980 Mens Fine Trousers for Sundav wear in worsteds and fancy stripes positively worth 500 or your money 1 lot of Yens suits worth 1000 now selling 338 reD knee suits 50c up all order suit not satisfied ref Boys Long 128 Walkover shoes and oxfords famous world over 285 325 Florsheim Oxfords in tans and patent leather worth 5 and 6 350 Bovs Suits for Spring and Summer wear worth from 200 and 300 79c98 Childrens Knee Pants worth 50c our price 130 Mens Furnishings Mens Bow Ties worth 25c 3c 500 Mens Negligee Shirts ot the latest patterns worth 1 at39c 60 dozen Mens Shirts stiff bosom white and fancy patterns Monarch Brand worth 125 go at 25c Negligee Shirts worth 8150 and 200 our price 79c Mens Hose allcolors lc Mens Handkerchiefs hemstitched fancy border worth Mens Embroidered Suspenders worth 25c go at 6c Best Work Shirts on earth LOO goat 39c 9c Bed and Blue Hankerchiefs lOc values for 3c One lot of Dress Hats worth 3 go at 98c 100 dozen Ties worth 50c go at 19c 1000 pair Overalls worth 75c go at 33c HAT DEPARTMENT About 100 dozen Mens Fine all shapes and styles worth up to 3 only 98c Mens and Boys Fine Dress Hats the latest styles worth L25go at 39c Boys and Mens Caps worth 50c go at 15c The Famous Swann Hats worth from 250 to 400 go at 198 to 225 The Worlds Famous Jno B Stetson Hats worth 500 go r 385 Pantsuits our price 25 at 3c Staw Hats Hats thIs sale at during An Enormous stock of Mens Fine Shoos and Oxfords at the Mercy of the Public The Greatest Shoe Values on Earth We Must and Will Turn Them Into Money Mens single and double sole bals and lace shoes London cap every pair guaranteed for good wear Many of this lot were sold for 3 none were less than while they last 98c Mens shoes for business wear that mean service and comfort Many styles in black all the newest shapes for Spring and Sum mer worth 350 our price 149 Mens Fine Dress Shoes made from select calf skin and vici kid best workmanship and finish famous McKay sewed every pair guaranteed actually worth 400 for 198 Childrens Shoes worth 125 to 200 sale price 49 to 98c Misses Shoes worth 225 sale price 69c to 117 Infants Shoes worth 69c 29c Mens Shoes 98c 129 149 and 198 Honest Mike Shoes worth 350 at 210 Walk Over Shoes famous the world over 285 and 325 Florsheim Shoes worth 500 and GOO ShoesOver 1000 pairs of the very finest of the Spring season goods hand sewed lace or button all weights of soles french kids pat ent leather and russian calf etc They are far the best of any shoes brought to the market worth 250 to 500 Come pick I 2 425 Ladies I them out at 198 Ladies Fine Vici Kid Shoes button and lace Paris toes and patent tips worth 50 for 149 One lot Ladies Shoes in odds and ends worth up to go in The famous Drew Selby Shoe for Ladies in the ultra fash ionable leathers and lasts worth 300 to 450 go in this sale at 189 to 325 Ladies Drew Selby Oxfords in ideal patent kids tans at less than manufacturers cost Ladies white canvas oxfords worth from 200 to S700 clos ing out 198 Ladies pink and blue canvas oxfords the famous Drew Selbjr make worth 300 for 1 198 Ladies Drew Selby pat kid pumps worth 350 and 34 298 Mens Furnishings Mens Linen collars worth 15c at 3c Mens fancy hose worth 2jc at lir Boys cotten hose worth 23c at 19c Mens high grade hose worth 15 at OlHr Mens Boston garters worth 25c at lye Mens kid gloves worth 75c at 43c Mens suspenders worth 50 and 75c at 43c Mens pure linen handkerchiefs 35 and 50c at 21c Mens celebrated Poruse knit union suits worth 150 at 93tr Mens fine balbrigin underwear all colors worth 50c at 21o Mens comlet pants worth 75c and at 43ti Mens tine Panama hats worth 750 to at 859S One lot of derby hats from 32 to at 39c Fish Brand Slickers worth from 82 to 33 go at to235 Mens Corduroy Pants worth 125 to 3 350 this sale at 35e to 50c 98e to r 100 1000 350 n 150 200 98c and at Do not confound this with other so called sales Make no sure you are right LOOK FOR THE BIG RED SIGN OUR GUARANTEE We assure you each and every purchase absolute satisfaction We guarantee every article and every statement herein made rand we will take back exchange or refund money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason whatever Every article and every garment in the house marked in plain figures mistakeBe I South Side of Square West of National Banks Vs V t ir i i r l 1 2 0 JC 4 HITITLOGANL r SI- v en11oky I 2rar caster I byHart Ji1j riH raJ lffitJ pw Itv are willing to wear cottonmade clotlicsVben they can get all wool but its more surprising thai anybody is willing to pay allwool prices for cotton You know that wool is very high priced allwool clothes cost more than part cotton if you want clothes you must pay the price You understand that But dont pay the price and not get the You want allwool clothes and were sure of it they wear so much better keep shape better and have so much more style than the cottonadulterated goods that youll find them economical even at their higher price r We have Hart Schaffner Marx allwool clothes to show you youll never see any better I i I 5i BrID JjJiill Bra ItIs SurprisingThat So Men al wool I White tE rm Many stuff Elephant STOaE Binders Binders 7OOOlbs 0 fJ j G o I o McCormick Sisal TWINE and we are going to sell it Mount Elkin A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I I I ell f01 e x ri01ljJljf1fJI l Jlllift ll l t p MIo ers iRalies j FREE By special arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residense No 7 f t DOMESTIC Sewing Machine This is a Supurb Machine makes both chain and lock stitch and is sold and guaranteed by J NEW- s J C ROBINSON CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kvt as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky June 21 1907 Business Items Buggy painting at Conn Bros tf Binder Twine Haselden Bros Sisal Twine Mount Elkin 8 Ball Croguet Sets 100 at Wards prices are right on twine Mount Eelkin are head quarters for Binder twine Haselden Bros McCormick mowers and Binders 2t Mount Elkin Harness Harness Harness see us for Harness Haselden Bros Get the best fence that is the Kokomo W J Romans Base ball gloves bats mitts c 2t Haselden Bros Quick sales and small profits is our Wards Grocery Large stock of mens and boys saddles just received Haselden Bros No better rake made than Mount Elkin The paint that is paint the Kurfees Paint Haselden Bros We pay cash for tf Gill Walker Lawn sets and Lawn settees Haseldeu Bros Nicest line of town See our buggies and Runabouts they are beauties Haselden Bros lot of Center tables at J C Rolinsons tf Head quarters for fishing tackle 2t Haselden Bros All kinds of Deering repairs 2t W J Romans Just received a new line of nice par lor rockers at J C Robinson tf Peruna Baby chicken feed also feed I I lOur I motto McCormick pr dIf Simpsou swin s hammockscroq uet tf Gill Simpson Afresh o sTerr m i tf oU sr S candy Wal r for large chickens Haseldeu Bros Our kitchen shower counter is a peach Mount Elkin Screen doors Screen Window and cloth all kinds and size 2t Haselden Bros We study how to buy knowing that any thing well bought is half sold W H Ward Large line ice boxes refrigerators Water coolers ice picks c s Try one of orfr Famo Peerless Ice land Freezers I tf Gil Simpson Dont buy binder twine before you get my prices 2t W J Romans Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros For Sale Good No 1 Champion mower In perfect condition 1 N Myers Ring 181 and see how or der for Groceries will be delivered S 531tf Get your poultry food from Gill nal stock and Walker Sim tf worth W II Ward Dairymen Attention We have the best and strongest milk I can on the market Haselden Bros Girls Wanted Three good white girls can obtain employmentat the Lancaster Laundry Good wages to competent persons Lost Sunday between Presbyterian to W B Masons residence The white Teachers examination will be held June 2122 The colored Teachers be held June 28 29 Mittie A Dunn Notice to Tax Payers call and settle same at once 6 11tf C A Arnold S G C Lost Strayed from my place about June 10 a black steer weighing about 1200 pounds for information or return to W R Cook Lancaster 3t For Sale A sevenroom cottage on sion given July 1 tf Good Property For Sale In order to wind up the estate Iwill sell the residence and three acres I 2t 2t Bros alker yo r l Intern son t eggsBring 2t Masonladys nowdue housebarnW EAmon Basel soon your of ground belonging to the late Capt Frank J White on Richmond street near town The property is in good condition and desirablo Price 2500 For further information call on II T Logan tf J S Armstrong Dallas Tex To Ladies 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 Home Remedies prepared by Mrs Sum mers of Notre Dame Ind and will till 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 Long Gloves Send us your orders for long Gloves 19 inch length Lisle black or white 2 clasps 100 22 inch length Silk Taffeta olack or white 2 clasps 22 inch length Silk Black only 2 clasps 175 19 and 23 inch length Silk Blac only 2 clasps 1 75 19 and 23 inch length silkblack only 2 clasps Marl orders carefully and prompt ly filled Send remittance WC Davis Son Harrodsburg Ky I Hany of the West Stumped Henry Clay had just announced he would rather be right than be presi dentUnited States college or Insur ance we Inquired Being unable to specify his declar ation naturally lost much of its Y Sun Ignorant looks intelligent Egbert Well let me tell you hes about as ignorant as man as you can and i You surprise me Are you sure Certainly Im sure Why hes an Insurance company director Yonk ers Statesman A Swell Affair Little Jimmy Johnson had a birth day party last week said Tommy That must have been nice replied his teacherYes was awful swell He was eomin down with the mumps and nearly everybody caught cago RecordHerald An Outing in the Fall and I are to have a fall outing mean a falling out dont necessarily we are to be married in October and are going on our wedding trip Judge Undoubtedly a pity it is that women cannot do the proposing instead of tha would be the result engagements and more marriages I Daily News 150 200 with order weightN BaconHe emchi EllaFred StellaYou youEllaNot HerWhat menHimWhat HerFewer imagineChicago informing Dog Tax Dog tax is now due All owning dogs will please call and get cuecks by paying tax on same C West 2t City Clerk V I Copyright by Hut SchaJrnet S3I ffilsraf WiArit18r i t9o7 Marx 11 NIf rwJW UtI AI 1 I N OWIs the time to buy your winter supply of it is cheaper and more clean of slack than in tIle fall or winter II DONT and dont fail to pass me an order for some Black Bear Genuine Red Ash JelIico Blue Gem Jellico Pure Birds ye Cannel I All of which I have in stock and will deliver promptly in II the town or load farm wagons while wait I J WAIT OR they BANKS HUDSON WAnPJLrlWuJoeeoooeoeoG ewo0oooeoweeao i ssooou LEincister 6reenliouse 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 Knds Now Ready ChristmanPr op Phone 157 I I I I I I I- 1I1II I HII III w For Sale Two Rhode Island Red cockerels Also Rhode Island Red and white Leghorn Eggs in Season l 00 for tit teen Wade Walker Phone ITS B Paint Lick 1June JMrs Z Ien I JI II III fJ 3 0I r IIz 0 I LI tc 0 2SCDC i 0 3 g 111 Iill Ro I ts 0 S I 0 II11 t 3ras 1 0 e Of 00 I zo CD Co Q 11fI r I 1 II 3 t 5 I CJJD Ic CDZ CD c 0 S 1SU 1 0 Ir s J 111 S r I JIc 0 I 0 IiIItIJ r 1M IIt o I r rrv enen CJJ A ti j q t lfli 1II7at cl cSI ZUIICcD w4i N r cij0 cpirl f to O p I a c cb fly T1 oK I rcrJ ocot C7 ACd YF- CASTORIA The Have Always Bought and which has been im use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since itsinfancy AH CoMterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of fAm Cmfldrea Exprrieace against Experiment What is CASTORIA GMtetia to harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare eerie and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It ceataiBS neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic MbBtaace Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms sad allays Feverishaess It cures Marrho3a and Wind CeDe Itrelieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aad Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend I per Allownb one todeceive youinthis 7IHiaiYet add s Drops ceNUINe CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Signature off The Kind Yon HEYO Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMl CCKTMMI COWWUIT TT I THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER- ofRichmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any ikinc of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so I uaaY STllEET errs BY I rrtrYoert Bead what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it wilL I like it splendid Respectfully J C Bucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky Ihave owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time It has given perfect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any child can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate Iadvise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCrearyKy who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County and State rights for sale As Spring approaches you naturally think and beautifying your home The mot beautiful themort lasting and most economical point you can use u Rainbow PaintWe have sold RainbowPaint for the past seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an ab solute guarant that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a gear ttee We handle everything in the paint line DRUG STORE t I ofrepairing I I I i i I I j 4 I r i l rrnsios-i Personal Prof E P is expected to arrive In the city Tuesday Elma Singleton is visiting Mrs James Turner of Nicholasville Mrs T 0 Wintersmith of Louisville is the guest of Mrs W Miss Cora Ward was with Danville friends for a few days recently Mesdames R L Elkin and J E Robin son were shopping in Danville a few days since Miss Lula Kurtz of Mercer County is visiting her Aunt and Uncle Mr and Mrs S H Estes Attorney W Williams has been to Williamsburg as special in some important cases Bev W S Grinstead and wife of Ver salles visited their sister Mrs A B Singleton Friday Mr W S Elkin and Master Goodwin Elkin are up from Atlanta Ga for the nuptials Mrs Samuel Cabell Denny will on Friday afternoon the 21st with a reception for Miss Martha Elkin Miss Louise Kauflman arrived from St Louis Mo to be with her mother Mrs Emma Kauffman for the SummerMrs Arnold and little daughters of Knoxville Tenn are guests of Mr and Mrs James Burnside at Point LeavellMr D Wearrea has purchased a handsome residence in Stanford but we hope that he will not hurry away from Lancaster Mr and Mrs John M Mount guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph Mount will leave the latter part of the week for Rocky Mount N C Mr and Mrs Fox and Mrs Lawrence Wolsshon of Eton 0 have returned home after a two weeks stay with Mr and Mrs Jocob Joseph Mrs Marrs of Nashville and Mrs Bacon and children of St Louis with Mr and Mrs John Anderson for the Summer months Mesdames Sam C Harden of Lon don and E T Burke of Junction City are with Mrs Emma Higginbothem for the Burnside Jones wedding Mr H Patterson has moved to North Carolina and tells his many friends Goodbye through the Record He will return for awhile in August Miss Altie Marksbury has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Margaret Hackley of Georgetown where she attended the Commencement Misses Nance Phillips of Louisville Josephine Hudson and Nan Bennett Caldwell of Danville have been the attractive guests of Miss Letty Me Roberts for a few days Mesdames Albert Blackmer of St Louis Mo A K Lackey of Texas Misses Lucy Francis of Paint Lick and Yeiser of Boyle county were with Mrs F Saufley Hughes the latter part of the week Mr 0 T Wallace Jr of Wilmington N C did not reach here in time for his brothers funeral but he arrived this week His sister Miss Annie who has been teaching at Clinton Miss arrived two weeks age and they will spend their vacation at home Out of town guests at Mrs Robert McBoberts reception were Misses Sara Baughman Mary McRoberts Susan Fisher Woods Mesdames J G Carpenter and John Baughman of Stanford Mrs Logan Wood of Danville and Mrs Joseph Claunch of Somerset MrsJennie West gave a most delight ful informal dinner on Friday evening for Miss Willie Belle Burnside The table was prettily arranged with June flowers as a centerpiece Mrs West laid covers for about half a dozen oi Miss Burnsides most intimate friends The engagement of Miss Bettie Brent Johnson to Mr Clell Turner ol Paris Ky has been announced The weeding to take place the 6th of August Miss Johnson will be remem bered as the attractive daughter of Mrs W A Johnson who had her excell ent cookingschool here On Tuesday evening the Misses An derson entertained with a six oclock dinner for Miss Martha Elkin at their home on the Lexington pike Tie diningroom was made very attractive with its color scheme of white and green sweet bay blossoms and smilax being used for decoration in great pro fusion The dinner was served to the guests which numbered fourteen in five elaborate courses In sparkling champagne were lots of witty little toasts drunk to the health of the bridetobe Most enjoyable in every way was Miss Carrie Curreys luncheon given Friday last complimentary to Miss Martha Elkin In every phase of its meaning the smart little luncheon might be called A Heart Affair the menu and decorations being heart shaped as far as possible An immense heart made entirely of tiny red roses was the center of the table decoration and from this were red ribbon stream era to each of the dainty little place cards which were small red hearts A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past year T leave become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried so effectually dis powefiofmalariaand biliousness They dont grind nor gripe 25c at B E Me Roberta drug im Halley R Cook Judge J Monday exercises I Elkln Halley entertain Mare store o pierced with branches of red roses menu was served to her guests in five courses Miss Ethelbert Dunns party on Tuesday evening was indeed a most enjoyable affair This being one of the tint entertainments of the season it is needless to say that all the young society folks turned out The home was prettily decorated roses in great quantities being used through the entire house Miss Dunn proved herself a most charming hostess and much regret was expressed at the ina bility of her visitors tp be with her since she was entertaining for them Delicious refreshments were served during the evening Perfect in detail and beautiful in ap pointment was Mrs Bobert McRoberts Rose Reception given Monday after noon to meet Mrs John M Mount and Miss Mrtha Elkin The spacious home never made a more pleasing than on this afternoon and in perfect keeping with the rare June day and the Junetime event were the masses of June roses that adorned the house Receiving with Mrs McBoberts in the parlor were Mrs John Mount in her wedding gown of cream eoline trimmed in handsome old point and wearing a cream picture hat Miss Elkin in a cream head embroidered ed lingerie frock Miss Willie Belle Burnside in rose pink silk mousseline and Mrs Joseph Mount In the library were Mrs Joseph Claunch of Somerset Mrs Logan Wood of Danville Miss Elkin Miss Curry Mrs Joseph Robin son Mrs Robert Elkin In carrying out the rose idea in the McRoberts served rose pink frozen punch and small blocks of black cake and candied moss rose buds During the afternoon some 100 of those who re ceived invitations called 230 Wednes day afternoon at Lynnwood the pretty country home of the bride Mr John McRoberts Mount and Miss Jennie Lynn the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs James E Lynn were united in matrimony Dr W F Vaughn the Methodist church officiating The hospitable home was tastily decorated with dasies and smilax and was a scene of beauty and happiness long to be re membered The bride was very stun nihg in a cream silk eolinne trimmed in imported lace She wore a white hat wiih cream tips The groom wore a suit of black Master Joe Claunch and little Miss Margie Lvnn nephew and niece of the bride were rope bearers and Miss Louise Nichols of Danvile was flower girl Delightful refresh ments were served after the ceremony The bride is one of Lincoln county prettiest and most cultured young wo men universally popular and extensive ly admired Mr Mount is a fine young man stricly business and of good He is located at Rocky Mount N C and is connected with a large lumber concern Accompanied by Mr Ware McRoberts and Miss Joan Mount sister of the groom Mr and Mrs Mount drove to Danville and took the train for Louisville where they will spend several days They will return here and if Mr Lynn father of the bride Is well enough they will go to Rocky Mount and locate It was oi ig inally intended that the wedding should be a very swell affiair but Mr Lynns illness changed the program The following invitations have been issued Mrs Samuel Cabell Denny at home June Twenty first 1907 35PM The Magic No 3 Number thre is a wonderful mascot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which read After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the foilure to find re lief I tried Electric Bittern and as a result I was a well man to day The first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomach liver and kidney troubles by McRoberts druggist 50c J A Scott Avon Ky says Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did not think could pos sibly be saved I had said I would not give fifteen cents for these hogs Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin IMPORTANT NOTICE Rules adopted May 13 1898 These rules will be enforced In order that the benefit of the Lancaster Graded Common School may be extended only to those entitled to same by the terms of the law following rules are hereby following children are en titled to free tution in the Lancaster Graded Common School First Those who are of legal school age and have a legal residence in the school district The legal residence of pupils is with their parent or par ents If neither parent is living then tbeir 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 of such order presented to the Principal will be authority to him for the admission of a pupil or pupils named therein No children under school age will be admitted at any time A copy attest MJss Curreys attract ve refreshments- Mrs InteriorJournalAt morals Eastern adoptedOn U I f appearance o J BKinnatrdrSecty BIDS FOR ELECTRIC LIGHT Pursant to and under the authority of an Ordinance City of Lancas ter Kentucky adopted bv the City Council of said city ou Uie 10th day of June 1907 1 will as Mayor of ami cur and on beimlf of said city ivceive iu the Police Court RMUIM it Ihe City of Lancaster Ky on tIle 22ud day of June 1907 between the hours of eleven oclocic A M and two oclock P M of said day bids for a ten year electric light and power fran chise in said city running from July 1st 1907 for ten years thereafter All bids are required to be in writing and include bids on the price at winch the street lights provided lor in said ordiu ance are to be furnished to the said city based 1 upon allnight service of said lights and 2 upon service there of until 1 oclock A M and the bids for public lighting are to be considered in who is the highest and best bidder for said franchise All bids are to be made under and subject to all the terms limitations and of said ordinance which are in substance as follows 1 Construction of said plant shall be begun within 60 days from July 1st 1907 and same completed January 1st 1908 2 Said plant shall have a capacity of at least 100 kilowatt and be equip ped with two or more dynamos oue of which shall have a cappacity of not less than 50 kilowatt and all engines dynamos and other electrical appli ance shall be of the best design and of such efficiency as to give satisfactory service 3 The city to have the right to test and inspect lights and their efficiency at all times 4 All poles and wires shall be erec ted and maintained as provided in said ordinance 5 Purchaser and owner of franchise to be required to give bond in the sum of 8300000 for the faithful perform ance of the terms and conditions of said to keep same in force and effect during life of franchise ft The city is to use during life of franchise not less than 12 arc lights of 1200 candle power each and 30 incades senl lights of 32 candle power each 7 A penalty of 50 cents for arc and 25 cents for incandes lights cent shall be enforced for the failure of lights to furnish light as required un less a satisfactory cause for failure is shown 8 Service to private consumers and for commercial purposes for light to be by either meter or flat rate ers option consumers to furnish meter where meter rate is used if less than five lights are used and at the cost of the owner of franchise if five or more lights are used 9 Rates schedule c for private lights to be subject to reasonable regulation and control by city by ordinance 10 In case all night service is provid ed for public lights are to be kept burning from 15 minutes after sunset until 30 minutes before sunrise except when moon furnishes light equal to street lights 11 In case service until 1 oclock A M is provided for public lights are to be kept burning from 15 minutes af ter sunset until 1 oclock A M except when moon furnishes light equal to street lights 12 Light or power desired by city for other than lighting purposes shall be furnished at a rate not to exceed that made to private consumers 13 Light for private consumption to be furnished to any and all persons at any and all points in city when demanded under the terms and condi tion of said franchise and ordinances of the city 14 Failure to begin construction of said plant or to complete same as pro vided in said ordinance or the subse quent violation of any of the condi tions of the ordinance creating said franchise or the ordinance grant lag same shall at the option of the city annul and work a forfeiture of said franchiseThe being the substance of the provisions of said ordinance creating said franchise all bids are to be made under and subject to tbe said terms limitations and conditions as contained in said ordinance copies of which may be had on apylication to the Mayor or C W West city clerk J M Duncan Mayor Attest C W West city clerk SHERIFFS SALE By virture of an execution in my hands No 121 book 2 which issued from the clerks office of the Garrard Circuit Court in favor of Wm S P Oscamp and Chas A Nolting against I PThompson I or one of my deputies will in front of the court house door in the city of Lancaster Garrard coun ty Ky on MONDAY JUNE 24 1907 being county court day for Garrard county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the undivided inter est of deft I P Thompson his said in terest being one half interest in a ce tain lot of land with all the appurtanr ances thereto belonging situated in the city of Lancaster Garrard county Ky on the South side of Richmond street and bounded as follows Beggin ing on the inner line of the sidewalk corner to J M Phillips brick store room now Owsley thence east with the line of the building and sidewalk to the west line of the alley thence south with line of said alley to the back south east corner of the frame building now gone Owsleys line thence with and following the line of said building so as to include all of said building around the line of J M store room thence with line of Phillips now Owsley to the be ginning same lot of land conveyed to Martha Thompson by deed from L V Phillips Exrs c of record in clerks office Garrard county court deed book 9 page 492 On said lot is a large brick building known as THE THOMPSON BLOCK Said onehalf interest devised by said Martha Thompson in her will to J C Thompson in trust for I P Thomp son said now of record in the clerks office Garrard county court will book X page 542 The foregoing property levied on by me to satisfy said which with debt est and costs on day of sale amounts to the of 105 94 TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of three months purchaser required to execute bond payable to plaintiff bearing interest at the rate of six cent per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgement Given under my as sherriff of Garrard county Ky this June 4 1907 C A Arnold Sherriff Garrard County Ky ot the condition fran hiseand at consum 2t FRANCHISE publicly dete mini undersigned sum being SURE SAFE 5 SPEEDY Nyeert aotralle Ii- nr1MJ1HIA1III PTWSiadi SsSc Colvmb 0- TewIYQQ watwtivlIMelhttI fie 3MTS Soil fir F P Clay Jr Paris Ky says I can recommend Bourbon Poultry Ci ru to who has unhealthy fows as i have had great success with it on my own flo On severl occasions 1 have cured that were Too to walk orstand up I frequently put a little of tbe medicine in the drinking fountain a1 I think it keeps the fowls in a hcah hy condition Sold and guar anted by Mount Eikin Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of K4 11 44 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instant ly When fed as a preventive it Is the best I have ever used Will Coomes Bardstown Ky R4 1144 is guaran teed by your druggist R E McRob erts to cure Cholera Gaps Roup and Limberneck Price SOcts pay Are you willing to try it Poultry Raising Pays Farmers are coming to realize that poultryraising is one of the best lines in their business Statistics show that the eggs sold alone pays him more money than the output of either corn or wheat Now is the time of year to Feed Your Fowls Good ic Remember that only nealthy liens lay 4 11 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gaps and Limberneck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 4 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day rice 50 Cents Guaranteed by your druggist tf 1 anyone cl1 No cure no TonI R E McRoberts L cents Sick paying Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your biuod Ls Impure thin hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncIes sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botuuic Blood Brtlai i B B I Soon alt sores Heal aches sod pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express St per large bottle Sample free hy writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised fur chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else tails 411yr She Wore ThePants A Cleveland man arrested for wear ing his wifes clothes declared the gar melts of his better half and his own were so much alike he could not tell them apart Probably she was to wearing the pants in the family Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger that fiction has once more been demonstrated iu the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writes hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had lied when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The coughingsoon ceased the bleeding diminished rapily and in three weeks 1 was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and colds 50c and SI 00 at Trial bottle free 1m I t I I accustomed i I I I t diseased eating MeRoberts drugstores Buggies Buggies Ir V tr 111 BuggiesIii I w1131 i Three Car Loads Dont forget that the place to buy a New Buggy Cheap is W J ROMANS A Car Load of Deering Binders MOWERS and RAKES I W J I I I I I II III III I III JI- III III III III IJ I I ROMANSl f Will ft Spread There is no other paint either prepared or hand made from lead and oil that will spread as well under the brush and cover as much surface to the gallon as THE SHERWIKWILLUKS PAINT Figure 300 square feet two coats to the gallon and youll probably have some paint left over There are many good points its favor Ask us about them f in f I otbe i McRoberts Drug Store SOLD aY1f