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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 28BrGIIrvEPTH YEAR 1 O7 NUJlla1r N mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm C I Ee o I i i what everybody says who uses ERFEES PAINT The Paint that Spreads The Paint that Wears 3 Headquarters for Roof Paint 1 aselden Bros a Wholesale and Retail Hardware What a IT E a I E f711 1111 11 1IlJll11l 1 1 Jt I a its o r r r P P r E I 2E l l6J L E 11l1dl t dilIIJjllillJl mKtrudou IScn 1 JleriuloH- liERNDON HERNDON f j Attorneys At I Kentucky I Oflice over Stonaes drug store i m r I i Lau Lancaster UndertakerArt- erial and Cavity Embalming O i oil I aui ilk Hrevt rec gee c c g He co C Q Ct Q ceo Q Q Q IJ1Beazle9 I i t L DAVIDSONAttorney law Office over Police Court room Irouij attention to business I I I I R1 FULL LINE OF CASKETS AMI BLKIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK I o HOlt r U1 r ieseeneoeeoeeeeeaeeeee to Cincinnati Sunday The city council will meet next Mon day night Call at the store of Mount Eikin or the Central Record otlice and get a catalogue of the great Lancaster Fair Wheat harvest is on in full blast Some crops are good and others almost a complete failure making the average about as usual The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Emma Kauffman Saturday after noon at 230 oclock It will important meeting A severe rain and wind storm swept over town Sunday afternoon A tree in the little park was broken down damage done in and near town Very few fish have been caught at Lake Placid The water is so clear they will not bite Dave Ross the water is as clear as a Christian The L N will run another excur sion to Cincinnati next Sunday train leaving Lancaster at f A M Fare S17f for the round trip This will give all day in the Queen City Begin getting your premises in shape for the fair Many visitors will be here and there isgreat room for improve ment on some yards fences pavements etc Get busy and he decent The Crab Orchard fair catalogue is out the work of the Danville News ollice When it comes to turning out firstclass high grade work the yews otlice is always there with the goods The dust has been worse this sum mer than for many years The soft stone placed on the streets grinds into powder very quickly causing a great nuisance Hard stone seems to be a thing of the past in this section as its impossible to get it for the roads Sale of Town Property MrT Fleece Robinson sold his hand some brick residence in which he now resides on Lexington street to Mr A II Bastin at 5500 There are five acres of land with the place and it is one of the handsomest homes in the city Not in Lincoln Raggedy Dave Ross wants the people to know that he is a candidate for sherriir of Garrard county and not Lincoln as the Crab Orchard fair cataloge would have him Ills manv friends say he is not only a candidate but will win too Good Sales At the sales of the Salee and Ballard property near Paint Lick the home place was sold to W C Fish at S720U per acre the Spilman place sold at 53 50 per acre the farm on the Berea road sold at 5350 per acre and mountain farm or eighty live acres sold in a bulk for S300 I 15 bean As I tie another says C d 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 cf the 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 Ve 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 lonest Goods 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 Co Incorporated Dry Goods Dress Goods Ladies Shoes Furnishings Carpets Etc ftg L dTIA merchant I ESTABLISHED i 1 j stag Hemp Damaged Last Sundays storm played havoc with about seventy live acres of hemp beloniilnu to Sir 1 Y Robinson neat GUberit Cieek he hail beat it clown so badly that the entire crop will be a loss Opening Ball at Estill The opening ball at Estill Springs will take place Friday evening the 25th It will be in the nature of a get man and will be led by Mrs Thomas Pickles of Richmond A splendid orchestra has been for the season and is now at the Springs A Good Idea Excursion steamboats on the Ohio River are new equipped with steel cages to lock up drunken and improper characters until a town is reached As conductors is this State are now empowered to make arrests it wouldnt be a bad idea to equip each baggage car with a case for the same purpose Double Wedding The Lexington Leader tells of the marriage Saturday of Mr Ernest W Bourne and Miss Ethel Wheeler and Thos Vaughan and Miss Sarah Early They were married in Winchester an elopement having been planed some days before Mr Bourne is a son of Mr John Bourne of this county the other parties being wellknown and popular residents of Lexington Christian Endeavor Union The Garrard County Union of the Christian Endeavor will meet in convention at Walnutta near Paint Lick Friday July 12th begin promptly at S50 A M Good speak ers will be present and an interesting program given All interested in Christian Endeavor work are invited present Program will be printed in next issue of The Central Record Selecting a Plan The committee appointed to select a plan and award contract for building Lancasters new hotel has been very busy looking over thosesubmitted and have about decided upon the one to use Final contracts will be signed as a few minor details are arranged and all the subscription funds paid in A picture of the plan most liked is on exhibition in ofllces of the Garrard flank Trust Co Its a beauty too Nothing Remarkable A Kentucky editor says A young man wits seen recently with two heads on his shoulders Both were fully de veloped with rather handsome features The young man is not a museum freak as might be supposed head was the property of his sweet heart and probably would not have been seen in that deformed position had it not been for the young lodys neglect to pull down the blinds Created Much Laughter The cartoon of Judge Hughes who edited The Record last week created much laughter The Record is the only country paper in the state using cartoons of local people It is quite expensive but a wnning feature for the paper The pictures are drawn by our good friend Mr Clav Sutton whose skill has attracted much favorable from those competent to criti cise his work It is our intention to use more of the drawings in the future Crop Again On Increase For some time Lancaster has been bothered with very few loafers but we regret to say the crop is on the increase It is nothing uncommon to see a gang of six or eight men sitting in a group whittling smuts ing and discussing the private affairs of people generally If a man has any business at all its hard to understand how he attends to it and spends most of his time gossipping with other loaf ers Go to work and your nose will not be poked into other peoples affairs so often McMurtry- In the absence of the editor last week the death of Mrs McMurtry of Louisville was overlooked She died at the home of her son Dr Lewis McMur try in that city on the lath the fun eral taking place in Danville the follow rug day Mrs McMurtry was burn in Lancaster and resided lucre many years She moved to Danville thence to Louisville She had reached the age of ninetysix and was blessed with good health most of her years She is well remembered by older citizens of Lancaster and beloved by all who knew her She was a woman of rare intellect and her kindheartedness made a friend of all with whom she was ac quainted Her two sons Dr Lewis S McMurty and Mr Leslie McMurtrv have a legion of friends in this section of the state who extend deepest sympa thr to them in their great bereave ment Dr McMurtry is one of the leading and most prominent physicians in the state and his remarkable skill and success have won for him a prac tice second to none in this section of the country As stated above there are many of Lancasters older citizens those who have spent their lives here who deeply deplore the passing away of this beloved and godly lady Ross Stephens Married in Cincinnati June 16tW Miss Susie Ross of Lancaster and Mr W E Stephens of Chicago Ills Rev W F Gowdy performing the ceremony We wish success through and may their pathway be strewn with roses 11 rand annual ring to be The comment m it It 0 ii engage other able bodied th life c i f d C C Brown tilled the pulpit of Richmond Presbyterian church Baptizing Sunday Rev Mr Shouse pastor of the Fort church will preach at the Lancaster Baptist church next Sunday morning at the usual hour In the afternoon he will baptize the members just re ceived at the protracted meeting Ices and Cakes The Daughters of the Confederacy will serve ices and cakes In the Storm es store room on Danville street next Saturday the 2Jth beginning at two oclock Fifteen cents per plate for ices and cake Everybody invited to come and be refreshed A Fine Meeting The meeting conducted at the Bap tist church came to a close Sunday night and was one of the most success ful everconducted in Lancaster There were twenty one additions to the membership The sermons by Rev Mr Argabrite state evangelist were great ly enjoyed and did much good Skating Rink Mr W R McRoberts opened the new skating rink Wednesday evening and a large crowd of young and older folk enjoyed the innocent and amusement The Sweeney store room is being used and affords ample room for good skating New skates have been purchased and they are of the very best make A good band music and everything for the com fort of patrons is at hand Electric fans are being installed which will make the room very cool and pieasant The admission fee is only ten cents If you wish to enjoy an evening go to the rink The doors are opened on Monday Wednesday and Friday nights and on Saturday afternoons Must Advance Prices As all material used in printing ollices has advanced at least onethird in it is absolutely necessary that the printing otlices must advance the prices received for work In blank newspaper alone there has in six months been an akvance of about fifty per cent consequently publishers can not send out their publications at the old prices mil unless the paper mills come down you may look for a sharp advance in the subscription prices In job stock the cost of blank material has advanced so much that printers are barely making any profit at all Our prices will remain the same for a month or so longer and we would advise that you stock up on job work and pay your subscription for a year or so in advance thereby saving money Profitable and Enjoyable The most delightful meeting the Kentucky editors have ever held was that at Estiil Springs lasts week It was not only pleasant but very proiita able to the quill drivers who talKed shop exchanged ideas and succeeded in putting on foot several moves which will bring good results to them and of course to the patrons of their offices The party was composed of possibly one one hundred editors and seventyfive ladies Messrs Riddle Bros properie tors of the famous resort put forth every effort to bring comfort and hap iness to the party and they certainly succeeded Estill Springs has long been one of the most popular resorts in the South and the delightful and beneficial waters are known far and wide The buildings are complete in every detail and the table unsurpassed in excellence The rates are very rea sonable and any one needing rest and recreation will make no mistake in spending a time there Most all of was occupied by the editors in discussing matters of interest to the craft but there were many euchre parties balls atheletic sports and other entertainments which made the time whirl by like a dream The ger man one of the principal events of the social end of the press meeting was graceful led by Mr Vernon Richardson of the Danville News and Miss DowHng of Lowrenceburg Should Run All Night The City Council met Monday night to consider bids for a ten year for an electric light service in Lancaster There were only two bid ders Mr Alex Walker tho present holder and a Danville ttrm The most important feature of the question is an all night service and as this will cost possibly 450 to 500 more per year the Council is still considering the matter As matters stand time town Is in debt about its limit and this is causmg the council to hesitate The importance of an allnight service is plain to and if tile council can find any way on earth to got it this should be done Lancaster is the only town on the map running under the old bay seed idea of half night lighting The many advantages to say nothing of the greater safety to life brought by good all night service are too apparent to need comment The citizens of the town should take hold of the matter and assist the council in solving the problem If the franchise is granted it means that for ten years Lancaster lag at the tail end of the procession and still be call ed the reube town of Central Kentuc ky The council is composed of conservative and they are very careful to keep within the limit but if all hands will put a Shoulder to the wheel we believe this allimportant matter can be solved and the people given an allnight IRe furnishes cost II I I everyday i I I I I everyone must busineSsmen r health giving Katherine franchise service 4- vt W Y Gastineau bought of John Urea a two year old for S14 Court Day An unusually large crowd came in to county court Monday and business with the merchants was brisk A few cattle were offered but none sold Plug horses sold at from 336 to 834 A heavy rain came up at noun and the crowd was out early As has been the case since officers Beazley and Herron took charge there was no disorder or drunkenness If people who resided here twenty years ago should return and see our orderly sober court day crowds they would marvel at the change indeed Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at once G 11tf C A Arnold S G C Stenography and Typewriting Miss Fannie T Wilson is located in the stenographers room at the Gar rard Bank and Trust Gos otlicers where she can be found during busi ness hours prepared to do stenographic work and typewriting All work to prnmntly and satisfactory Prof Lippard is receiving a number of new students in the Richmond Busi ness College which is doing a good work Business men parents and students unite in recommending the work as most thorough honest and a safe school foryoung people Ko hum bug tactics o rubbing students of of their money Students can pay in montnly payments Graduates placed nto positions tf Special Bargains For a short time we offer fur sale one of the best farms in Garrard county U miles from Lancaster on a gook pike It contains 280 acres of fresh fertile land worth much more than laud just a young horse is worth more than an old livery horse Only 75 acres in corn and wheat 40 acres in timothy meadow leaving 1GO acres in blue grsssswd most of which has not been ploughed for 15 years and which would rent at SIO per acre for tobacco It is well fenced has 5 never failing springs 2 good orchards tobacco barn stock barn 2 tenant houses and one of the best constructed residences in the A sure money maker U 28 4t Hughes Swinebroad Such A Pretty Girl Shes not particularly bright At l her dullA l in such u case would The thickness Ot his skull But now when young men look at herTheir brains are in a whirl flics no Minvrva what of that Shes such a pretty She hasnt very much to say And say it well AntI men readily admit She weaves a wondrous spell No man denies futile tiles he is a churl Shes slow and tttir id what of that Shes such j rettj girl Kx tiny r I overworked I girl I her lImrm r a attended bemoan yet Fifth Annual Exhibition July 10 11 12 A splendid list of premiums offered among them is a Saddle stake of SKO and a Roadster stake of 150 Write for catalogue Everybody come and have a good time J W Guest R H Bronaugh Secty JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION Bowmars Personally Conducted Tours Delightful daystour to James town Exposition historic Richmond Aa and beautiful Washington City via C O Ry and palatial N W steamer up Potomac River leaving Lexington July 1 Personally condo ted by ty Daniel M Bowmar editor Yersales Sun Mr Bowmar refers to several hundred pleased patrons of tours For folders giving cost of tour from Lancaster and full details address Bowmars Tours Versailles Ky tE Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs or far as reported Officer of fairs are requested to report 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 LA NCASTER J ULY 243 days Madisonville M i days Danville July 31 3 days Cynthiana July 31 I Berea August 1 2 and 2 Georgetown Aug G I days Blue Grass Lexington Aug 12 to 17lh Fern Creek Aug 13 I days Lawerenceburg Aug 20 I days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 dayys Ewing Aug 22 3 days Shelbyville Aug 27 4 days Ilardmsburg Sept 3 5 days Elizabethtown Aug 27 3 days Springfield Au r2S I days Paris Sept days KENTUCKY STATE FAIR LOUIS VILLE SEPT 1S2IJ M K Denny I Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Assn Pre t as July days 35 I I I eleven 8 former IhO DENTIST Ofltee over Hermlons jewelry store AUSTINBEAZLEY HIGH COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promotly Satisfac tion guaranteed Otlice near depot Now is the time to have your before yov go into the har vest Held We have stock Blades Sections Guards H Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machines I and are better equklped Ithan 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 material than ai and constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them Conn Bros J i n anyone Builders auffMoers Repaireff oft one k CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY SLOOA YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM Edr Pubr ttie Post in ell rail Member Ky Press Asseclatlon 1 Z tered Office Lancaster 8y- eo Class rater Lancaster Ky June 28 1907 Warnings are beginning to come of the danger of the transmission of dis ease by houseflies The average man is more concerned about having them walk over him and bite him especial ly the baldheaded man It is saia that a most effective fly trap can be made by taking a globular white gas shade of glass and pasting some hair on the sides and false face in front The exposed portion of the glass is then smeared with the varnish or gum used on fly paper Flies will come miles to bite it especially if mounted on a stuffed form and set in a chair in an attitude of sleep The numerous cases of people who had been divorced and did not know it and those who thought they had been divorced when they had not present phases of the divorce evil that call for attention Either position is almost as pathetic as that of Bill Nyes rival editor who he declared had been dead for several years but his friends had neglected to bury him The movement in Baptist circles to abolish the church strawberry festival and oyster supper is one that will be looked upon with disfavor by many who have felt it their duty to attend the stated eatings or the church There is not so far as known any record of anybody incurring damage from over eating at a church Junction Dr Earps motto for afterdinner speakers that It is better that a man should be a fiveminute hit than a twentyminute bore should be in scribed in gold letters on all china and glassware used for banquets And it would not be amiss to put it on the cutlery the table linen and the The 1500 Russia immigrants who brought into port in a disabled ship set a good example by getting down on their knees and returning thanks for their deliverance The tendency to prayer is usually most noticeable in such cases only while the danger lasts Now that the price of meat has gone up it will be a good time to test the theory that our health would be bet t rock- Ing furniture were ter if we ate less meat Summer is a good time to practice vegetarianism anyway that to think of itI vegetables are not what could be called cheapIt now been discovered that tears kill many varieties of pernicious germs if they do the average man is mean enough to discourage weeping in his vicinity if a germicide is needed he would perfer to employ iodoform or kerosene emulsion According to census figures 5000000 women in this country are working for their living If the universal lament of housekeepers is any sign 5000000 more can find immediate employment as cooks The prose of infantile elopements is now being illustrated by the Indi ana bride of 16 years who is suing for divorce after a honeymoon of three weeks moon in the third quarter as it were the umberella trust is something that nobody object to The present season makes an umbrella trust espe dally obnoxious Secretary Taft says all women should marry happily Of course they should ditto the men Business Items Buggy painting at Conn Bras tf Binder Twine Haselden Bros Sisal Twine Mount Elkin 8 Ball Croguet Sets SUM at Wards Our prices are right on twine 2t Mount Eelkin J We 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 tnat is the Kokomo W J Romans Base ball gloves bats mitts c 2t Haselden Bros Quick sales and small profits is our motto 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 Bms We pay cash tf Gill Simpsou Lawn swingshammockscroquet sets and Lawn settees Haselden Bros Nicest line of iitown tt Gill Walkef Simpson I I iscome J Even t The governments proceeding against will J McCormick en torJpr uce er Ha S candy In Mens Boys and Childrens 6LOTHINO Boys Suits and Mens Pants worth go at 98cts Mens 1OSuith go at 298 SeusatonalBarus aoo See our buggies and Runabouts they are beauties Haselden Bros A resh lot of Center tables at Rolinsons tf Head quarters for fishing tackle 2t liaseldeti 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 for large chickens Haselden 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 2t W H Ward Large line ice boxes refrigerators Water coolers ice picks 2t Haseldeu Bros Try one of Famous Peerless Ice land Freezers tf Simpson Dont buy your binder twine before you getmy prices 2t W J Romans Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros Ring 181 and see how soon your or der for Groceries will be delivered S 531tf poultry food Gill Walker Sim son f tf Wears still pushing butter and eggs Bring them to us if you want their worth W H Ward For rich milkers apply to G A Swinebroad near Hubble Ky Dairymen Attention We have the best and strongest milk can on the market t Haselden Bros Estrayed Strayed from my place about June 10 a black steer weighing about 1200 pounds Reward for information or return to W R Cook Lancaster 3t W T Ballenger Lexington Ky says I have used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think it is the only remedy made that will cure and pre vent hog cholera Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Cynthia Luncan Georgetown Ky says 1 had occasion to use Bourbon Poultry Cure witn my turkeys this year and it cured them I only lost one dont think I would have lost it if 1 had used the medicine sooner Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin The Richmond Business college is searching the country for bright young men and women to prepare for business positions Prof Lippard has calls for more graduates than he can supply and wants fifty good students to enter in August Write for particu lars 628 4t J C ou Gi alker Get your In r tlonal stock and fr Cows 2t Sec C A bought 9f Pence Bros a lot of fat hogs at Glqts per cwt MrTugglebonght of Win Broadus and Lane 2 calves for 15 00 per head T D and T I Herring delivered their Spring lambs to C A Robinson at Gets Mr and Mrs Sim Cook of Lexington are the guests of Mr and Mrs John SimpsonMesdames Doolin and John Simpson who have been on the sick list are much improved Mrs Belle Perkins and Mrs Ed Per kins were the guests of Mrs Crit Eu banks at Hubble Sunday Mr and Mrs N P Cobb were called Thursday to the bedside of his brother Matthew Cobb who is quite ill Little Miss Margaret Frances Sutton received highest honors for the largest collection for a Sunday School map Mr and Mrs John Holtzclaw of Preachersville attended church here Sunday and dined with Miss Sue Sut ton Mrs Victor Rice and daughter Stella and Miss Nannie B Herring were guests of T I Herring and family Sun day Mrs Emily Jones of Lexington Mrs Lee Vanarsdall of Harrodsbury spent several days last week with Mrs N H BogieMrs Ben Hughes of Lancaster and daughter Della Rice have returned home after spending several days with her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr Woolford Bogie of Lexington presented to little N H Bogie a very fine Shetland pony N H is very fond of his pony and is rapidly learning to rideMiss Sara Cook of Lexington has returned home after a pleasant visit to the Misses Simpson She was accom pained home by Miss Elizabeth Simp son who will make a short visit at that place CARTERSVILLE Rev Bryant filled his regular apoint ment here Sunday Mr J B Carter went to Stanford Saturday on business Mrs Granvel Clarks spent the day at J B Carters last Tuesday Little Raymond Allen son of Mr and Mrs Tom Allen is very sick Miss Grace Sebastin of Paint Lick is visiting Miss Florence Smith Mrs Charlie Robinson who has been j He Fired The Stick I have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treat ment until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man writes John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaran teed for Piles Burns etc by McRob erts druggist 25c 1m MARKS URY Robinson t I I I I I I I sick so long is able to be out again Little Lola May Robison infant of Mr and Rooison died at this placeMisses Alantha Nellie Luis Bressler of Richmond are visiting Miss Cora lion p Mr John Daniel Carter and family visited Mr Bob Turner of Silver Creek SundayMiss Conn of Lancaster visi ted her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs J E Carter Mr Luther Robison and Miss Bell Murphy of this place were married last Thursday Mrs Granvel Clark Mrs Carter Mrs G B Allens family and Mayme Carson went fishing at Wallaces mill last Thursday- A Social was given at the home of Mr and Mrs C S Roop Wednesday evening in honor of Misses Alantho Nellie Lula Bressler The girls were Miss Betsey Woods Lizzie Allen Cora Roop May Allen Mary Roop May Bryant Willie Roop and Mayme Carson The boys were Messrs Bradley Montgomery John Green Arnold Bryant and Bob Green BOURNE Miss Loa Duncan will also begin teaching at Orchard Grove Miss Rovesta Turner will begin school at this place Monday Lilbern Ray sold several barrels of corn to Forrest Curtis at 300 bbl Mr and Mrs Fox Turner made a trip to Cincinnati on the excursion Sunday Mrs G R Carpenter ana son Jake were with friends in Lexington several daysHerman Banett and family of Buena Yista were visiting J P Ham and family Sunday Alex Dean sold a bunch of lambs averaging 102 Ibs each to A C Miles of Buckeye at Glcts per lb Mrs Mattie Ray sold a sow and pigs to S N iiorford for S3000 also six nice shoats to same party at Gets Mr and Mrs Martin Brogles of Bryantsville were visiting her sister Mrs John E Sherrow Sunday Miss Lottie Hamm of Lancaster visited home folks and attended preach ing here Saturday and Sunday Mr Elisha Forbes and wife of Me Creary spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Sam Morford and family Miss Alice Ilamm of Jessamine home Monday after a pleasant visit with Misses Bertha and Inus Hamm CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought MrsC S J B present 1 I returned I a i iu I SATURn V U E 11 I VILL CLOSE OUT my entire stock of Spring and Stmmer MILLINERY I at COST and LESS THAN COST is to call and get something New and Fresh in the Millinery line Mrs Alexander Wdker EGNINti Everybody invited THE National Bank Of 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXV President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny I Lancaste- rI I I I Sam f ital H T LOGANSouth side Public Square Lancaster to continue his GI ISIEEAT r South Side Square West of National Bank L ncaste ECect11 Uok I I 1 J flTLO GA N of 4 SafetiBejoiitBoiesfoFEeiL1 vt WILL An enormous stock of Ladies Mens Fine Shoes and Oxfords at the mercy of the public The Greatest Shoe Values- on earth We must turn thin into money j We have just concluded what has been the greatest ten days merchandising that has ever been conducted in this vicinity volume of our business has been immense and we are more than TXTitm The XSesults been beseiged Owing to the fact that hundreds of people among whom are great numbers of our regular trade who were unable to attend our great sale we have been beselgedi to continue our great sale a sew days longer This we have resolved to do Ten Days More of Incomparable Bargains days we will continue to slaughter our magnificent stock of Clothing Shoes and Furnishing Goods and prices will undoubtedly reach the lowest limit Our stock is still complete and we will make the second ten days greater than the first ones Remember all goods as advertised or money refunded The ted We have For10 i f lens Shoos worth 300 4 L 9HCtS Bears the Signature of I tILJVIS Y LEVELL Pre ident JJ VALKEI Prest aVise ORGANIZED I88j mmm RATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsooot SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Ass t Cashr C D WAUCKI Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leave J S Jonxsox J J Walker T M Arnold The to 0 I1 e BFHudson We S licit Your IBssillcs r tIens Underwo ti I worth Sots 1 l9cts r H I J Copyright by frill Hm Scha1rner t5 U JmrrtTI to7Mzrz buyiug Clothes are not half particular enough about quality theyll buy almost anything that Tools stylish aiidf fits especially the price is low Its the wrong way to buy clothes We hope you dont buy yours that way The right way is to be sure first of the quality you are getting Is it allwool Is it well tailored A price means nothing unless you know what youre getting for it In this store we want you to know what youre getting for your money were not afraid to tell you either Ask if the goods are allwool ask if they are tailored right ask about style wear try the clothes on But if you see the Hart Schaffner Marx label in the clothes just consider it an answer to your questions allwool clean honest tailoring correct style best wear The price will be right d 1 rafiID f4 if3riW rrtf m1 ij1Jm I m1l1Jm fJ rQ E1 I Qf rftaJ ii Jitl W L1 3 Wiiii 1mJ i 1 i I White Elephant STE 0mfr1Jfirrtilliifi f0 i1J ir riJ raJfm 81rtJfl m J 1 fin R 1 Binders Binders luyyflfllOli mU i and we are going to sell it Mount Elkin A Policy as Hood as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency 0J fJ JfiJlftS rgg fJJ I 70OOlbsII I I s il eIu r E f f f 4 7 Q- E pL E Mr lakes By special arrangements with Bistiri Telephone Co any one can cail inc 011ice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 sm S NEW DOMESTIC Sewing Machine This is a Supurb Machine makes both chain and lock stitch and is sold and guaranteed by J C ROBINSON Personal Mr Billy West was in Lawrenceburtf this week Miss Amos Willis of Richmond is visiting Mrs Sam Johnson John Walker has returned from a visit to Richmond relatives Quite a crowd of young people spent Sunday at Dripping Springs Miss Margurite Hurt has been Miss Lamb in Richmond It is quite probably that two dances will be given during the fair Mr Nathaniel Elliott of Lexington has been visiting friends here Miss Alberta Anderson has been visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Thomas Wall and children of Somerset are visiting relatives here Mr Clay Kauffman is at home again after several weeks stay in Richmond Judge R A Burnside and family leave this week to reside in Louisville Mr William Goodloe of Paris has been visiting D M Lackey and family Mr R II Batson and family have gone on a trip through the Western Attorney G B Swinebroad has been in Somerset on professional business this week Louis Landram and wife have return ed from a visit to Estill Springs and Richmond Miss Gussie Kennedy summer months with her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Lexing ton is visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Bessie of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs Sam Johnson Richmond avenue Mr J 11 Farra has been suffering from an injured foot caused by upon a rusty nail Miss Marguerite Kinnaird has from a visit to her uncle Mr John Marrs of Richmond Pauline and Margaret of Stanford have been visiting their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Miss Mary Doty has returned pleasant visit to Misses Margaret and Mary Miller of Richmond Mr and Mrs Chas C Humber are re joicing over the arrival of a baby boy christened Forest Christian Miss Letty Brown of Lexington has been visiting friends here and attend 1 I I states I j I I I Elkin I I I I returned M isses from- a visiting is spending the stepping hooker wedding Patterson leaves this week to spend the remainder of the summer with relatives in Chicago Mr Henry Hurt left Friday for will be under treatment of Dr Arkeristedt for a few weeks lion J Mort Rothwell who has been suffering intense pain from rheuma tism is at Martainsville Ind seeking relief Miss Fannie Wilson has recovered from her recent illness and is back at her oftice at the Garrard Bauk and Trust Cu Dr Smuel ITalleyDr Nat Tetitee and Misses Leslie of Lexington formed an automobile party fur the Elkinllailey weddingMr T Burt has returned to Dan ville III days visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Hurt of Hyattsville Malcom House and wife are visiting in Middlesboro this week We are glad to note the great improvement in Mr Houses condition Little Florence Johnson in company with Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville spent the past week with Mrs J P Simmons near Richmond Mrs Edna Prances and daughters Misses Lucile and Tommie attended the silver wedding of Mr and Mrs George Ballew of Madison Miss Lou Stephens of Danville is visiting her mother Mrs Breath tt Brown Mis Stephens is engaged as an instructor in the D D Institute Paris News II B Nortbcott of Lan caster formerly Adams Express agent at MaysySlle was in this city last week shaking hands with o Id Adams Ex press employes Mr and Mrs John II Wallace and John 11 Jr of Louisville Ky will Monday for a two weeks visit to Mr Wallaces parents Mr and Mrs William Wallace of Paint Lick Mr W T Dykes representing Brown Payne Beaver co dry goods murch ants of was here this week He has just taken this territory and has every assurance of building up a tine trade Among the guests at the wedding were Misses Lala Jones Harden Rowe Opal Lani er Mr Frank Hill of Monticello Misses Ainie Lanier and sisters Susie and Edna Stella BrownEliza Jones Mrs Nannie Jones Mr and Mrs Joe Elder Messrs Tom Lanier and Eb Slayinof Danville Miss Julia Stagg of Hustonyille Mr and Mrs Robt Jed the ElkinHalley iss Louisville where he after scve l I Knoxville tutof town JonesBurnside j Helen arrive Sallee Paint Lick Mrs Wm Spillman and son Harrodsburg Miss Hallie Hare Nicholasville Mrs S C Hardin London Mrs F F Burk Junction City Miss Emma Super Cincinnati The Decatur Ills paper mong those who attended the china shower given Wednesday evening for Miss Alta Long and Willia rs Musser at the home of Mr and Mrs J 0 Long were Misses Ruby Philips Ruby Romans Blanch Butzine Dlla Wisher Maud Barding Florence Dycus Tilly Eberhardt Jessie Miller AmyTippett Jessie Plunkett Maude Moore More Pearl Moore Ethel Kline Bessie Doyle Mamie Doyle and Pearl Messrs Clarence Miller Orth Runyon Hubert Long Warren Stadler Walker Romans and Mr Lampkin Mr and Mrs C H Moore Mr and Mrs R Stitch Mr and Mrs Romans Mr and Mrs Harditi Mr and Mrs Reynold Quite the handsomest affair of the season was the reception held last Friday afternoon by Mrs Samuel Cabell Denny at her pretty residence on Lexington avenue The decorations were unusually beautiful The mantels in the rooms were banked with pink carnations a delicate tracery of smilax naif veiling the deep mirrors and the dining room had artistic decorations of pinlc arnations Mrs Denny wore an elegant black and white silk Mrs Marshall Denny wore a beautiful grey silk Miss Pauline Hocker looked sweet in a white muslin and Miss Mattie Elkin was handsomely gowned in grey silk with yoke of cream lace Assist ing in the various rooms were Mrs John Farra Mrs Mattie Denny Little Miss Johnetta Farra and Misses Fan rile and Bettie West assisted in the dining room where refreshments were served A string band played j the afternoon Mrs Denny is a very fascinating hostess The marriage of Miss Martha Elkin and Mr E P Halley of California was one of the handsomest weddings ever celebrated in the Christian church The music was rendered by Mr Billy West at the organ and Mrs Juliet Rogers as soloist Mrs Rogers sang several beautiful songs which were greatly appreciated and enjoyed The ceremoney took place at 11 the church was crowded with a fashion able company The decorations were most effectiveand it was conceded the church never before looked so festive The minister of the Christian church Eld F M Tinder oiliciated assisted by Eld Henry Halley brother of the groom The bride entered with her father the groom being accompanied by Mr Nathan Elliott The ushers were Messrs R L Elkin J Y Robinson saysA 1 Minnie Hart I I I I I I I I oclock and I throughout f i Theo Currey and Carlton Elkin The bride looked handsome in a champane silk with gloves hat and shoes to match Her bouquet was bride ruses The bride is a very clever and a most estimable young woman Her many friends here wish her every happiness in her new life The groom is a very popular man and held in great esteem The wedding gifts were extremely handsome and the fair bride was must generously Mr and Mrs Halley left immed iately on their bridal tour They will return here for a visit going to I I I I accomplished remembered before l II 71 by Han fi1I s q r Ceprright 1907 Schahner c Mars California Notable among the out of town uuvsts were Mr and Mrs E of Georgetown parents of the yrooir Mrs Charles Marbin of Paynes Depot Mrs Graham Kerr of Lexing ton sisters of the groom Mr Sam Halley of San Rathel Cal Mr Henry Halley of ICuhuaxuo Mich brothers of the groom William Elkin and son of Atlanta brother of the Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville Miss Letty Brown of Lexington Dr Mr Neat Tettitee Misses Lisle of and Mr Nathaniel Eliott of Lexington P tit r bride- I Samuel Halley Lexington E L Woods W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Caslrier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II II Ii I III rest j We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking II I treatment I II Our Customers are Fully Protected By Fidelity and Casuality Insurance S 11 I II FOW CAPITA 16ooooo SURPLUS Sooooo rtiKKcroxts- M COY RGGUYN JSBCRUOWS WOODS EL WOODS VTCFI3H I t f I ILL R OLD IIJ B I Is the time to buy your winter supply of coal it is cheaper and more clean of slack than in the full or winter DONT WAIT and dorm fail to pass me an order for Black Bear Genuine Red Ash Jellico Blue Gem Jellico Pure Birds Eye Cannel All ot which I have in stock and will deilver promptly in the town or load farm wagons while they wait BANKS HUDSON I Isomc II I I OR I II II 1 y W L i rA I I J CJ 3 e I- co 3 I g CD cICO I CD 0 CII en s c I 1 g ZZ y f I Cj cI i CD 1J 0 1jr I- cI c ere D cJ r I r cI-o rot v InI CD S c 1 s Q i 00 5 r 0 t I c Q O 7 cIL jJ en o r p p a trF men en I rj i I j U1 Q- aa CAA III j L DJ QCo 0 co ro Ie H 3a 0 a l pry f fS1 Jw o b 4 U wp f- i IM MS H1LDR1N lgIRS sBonCESS I 1111 JtIJIesr WornLsConvulsionsievcrishoessadLossOFStEEe YacSinule Signature of fINEW YORK JjDO I 3II uwimumwwmwm ntamnunNWmemmiunni- nnmnnwIjnhIJtm 1gefabiePreparaficitkC s- sliuuatin RthsaDdBaweIsc NOT NARCOTIC i raats s c- J9 jtiwfai- ApafectIaemedy forConslipa ExACT COPYOF W APPEB CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THe CIIIITAUII COMPANY NEW YORk CITY As Spring approaches you 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 guarantee that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a guarantee We handle everything in the paint rRlSBIES DRUG STORE j I i I Ii I Ii absolute I I II I n G i line I DESERVES A REWARD Whatever makes Muldoon look so one left him a legacy No but hes solved one of the most important questions of the lay Whats that an easy way of meas uring the fourth dimension No something far more vital and useful than that What then Why its been his birthday and his wife has again presented him with a box of cigars beastly things colored paper rings round there And he has had them drop upon the accidentallyNo the paper rings on to real good smokes and the cabbage leavesdown the drain and now it doesnt torture him when the missis insists upon him enjoying himself by sampling the box of cigars that she boughthim Charitable Mrs your husband went to church with you Mrs What was the ministers subject Charity toward all And did your husband derive any benefit from the discourse- I think so for when the minister asked him how he liked the he refrained from replying Yonkers Statesman Diplomacy My son let me teach you a proverb that it will be well for you to remem ber always It is from the Bohemian and runs this way Do the hard thing first That aint any good If Id a made that proverb Id a said Get some body else to do the hard thing by tellin him youll bet he cant Chi cago RecordHerald I r happysome 7 7 with fir dropped BaconSo EgbertYes gorgeous sermon A Fortunate Texan Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In the past year I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative I ever before tried so effectually dis posses of malaria and biliousness They grind nor gripe 2oc at R E Ale Roberts drug store Ini Our Language They were watching the antics of their firstborn who was performing some lovable inane evolutions on the floorMamma said Now just tell me he isnt cute Papa said Dont ever tell me he isnt cute Which goes to show that reverse English is not necessarily a billiard term Life Patriotism Can you tell me who was the great est pitcher that ever lived asked the baseball fan The greatest pitcher that ever lived was a woman replied the old historian with a smile A woman Absurd Not at all Then who was she Why Molly Daily News The Magic No 3 Number three is a wonderful mascot for Geo II 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 I tried Electric Bitters 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 I I I PitcherChicago relief dun Lancaster Greenhouse rII I llU II au GOCCOI IOC cc ooa C II au I a cae cc CIa CIU cca C COOOOOOOj 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 Kinds Now Ready John Phone 157 I I I I I Christman Prop I I II 111 la I I I I II I 11 oooooooJ hgHMe eeMMNBO R S BROWN BROLANCASTER KENTUCKY No such crowds of Humanity ever wit nessed in this county They came from far and near eager to buy such bargains as never heard of before Owing to the large business we done during our 1 0 day Money Raising Sale we have decided to continue this Sale for TEN DAYS MOREin order to give those who did not get an opportunity to buy Dont Fail to Attend This Sale If You Value Your Dollars R S BROWN BRO LANCASTER Great Money Raising Sale je i II 5 J f 0 CONUSALEA KENTUCKY s ri Y f 3- y George B Nutt left 35000 with which to buy toys for poor children J Theres a man who will not need a monument of brass or marble to pre serve his memory Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger that liction has once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper lie writes hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hope had tied when 1 be an taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then instant relief came The ceased the bleeding diminished rapily and in three weeks 1 was able to go to work Guaranteed for coughs and colds 50c and 100 at McRoberts drug stores Trial bottle free 1m Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of K41144 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 Coonies Bardstown Ky R4 1144 is guaran teed by your druggist R E McRob erts to cure Cholera Gaps Roup and Limberneck Price 50cts Iso cure no pay Are you willing to try it 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 eat ing 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 81 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails Poultry Raising Pays Farmers are coming to realize that poultryraising is one of the best pay ing 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 a Good Ton ic Remember that only Healthy liens lay 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gaps and Limberneck but snakes them lay Give each sick chicken to I drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price Cents Guaranteed by your druggist R E McRoberts tf IMPORTANT NOTICE Rules adopted May 13 1SD3 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 adopted On ly the following children are en titled to free tution in the Lancaster Graded Common School First Those who are of legal school age and have a legal residence in the school district The legal residence of pupils is with their parent or If neither parent is living then their legal residence may be with their guardian or guardians whose Ie 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 Secty I I 11 lyr 111 50 parents o f s u c h coughing soon SURE SAFE S SPEEDY WywB amixraMf nf few wilhKidneyUYEBad RHEUMATISM was cured with ow Bottle in 3 DAYS RHEUMATISM CURE Sold by Druggists Denn5S5Co Columbus 0 The KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discov WITH FOR CoucNsOLDS PRICE SOc Trial free OR MONEY REFUNDED Aerees King Fox 74165 We thoroughbred Jersey Bull and desire to call the attention of the pub lie to the fact that he is REGISTERED and o the very finest type to be found lie Is by Trinity Fox imported from the Island an exceptionally fine animal even for the Island as his sire Flying Fox for years was first His down was an exceptionally fine cow giving year 12700 pounds of milk Another sister out of his dam was second prize cow over England iu lOOt He will stand at 2 payable at time of ser vice RingeItherof us for futher information JW Sweeney E F Pierce Henry Duncan Old Reliable BarberF- ree Neck Shave Free Tonic with each Hair Cut AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBlES GUARANTEED SATmFAarORY havepurchasedthis prizewinner inone Go to The i yt r e jill 111 B s Ie IfrgIIQS 1I1I Three Car Loads III Dont forget that III the place to buy a III New Buggy Cheap is W J ROMANS III IIIACar Load of III- III Deering Binders I MOWERS and RAKES 11 11RVugg ICIBtggGs1 I RI lIlt i w11 3 ROMANS Will ft Spread There no other paint either prepared or from lead and oil that will spread as well under the brush and cover as much surface to the gallon as THE PAINT Figure 300 square two to the gallon and youll probably have some paint left over There are many other good points In Its favor Ask us about them is handmade fiiI lAMS feet coats 311ERWINWILL SOLD BY McRoberts Drug Store THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER of Richmond 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 verve 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 Tth It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved roadlandltoanr kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so R BY GateI Read what a few men of the county have to say using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14tn 100L I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used 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 Rucker 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 trulyJ Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates forsome time Ithas given persect 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 thisgate Very respectfully S IX Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates I am welt pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all right Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners foftiej right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky and State rights for sale who are T O Hill County c forabout w