You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, August 23, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907082301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, August 23, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 23 mi THE CENI R t RECORD TEIB uu 4 ET1 EIGIITaTII The Lightning HAY PRESS Is I The Money Maker We have one more in stock You dont have to wait so get busy I Haselden Bros fi Wholesale and Retail Hardware IFrrr frrTffrrtrrtrrf1f Ec 2aIL II 1 c E E i 71uUlUnUUllUUlU1UJUl1U1UUj 4Um UA1UU nU mnr r wsL P P a o P 1 UU ccoWQQ ooecotoococc a U a i J1 Beazle9- I Undertaker I Arterial and Cavity Embalming I Office on Danville Street FULL CASKETS ASH BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK a1 t COIL QQ H 10 utuoe can ur u tit IH DO e fC a LINE OF eoeoooesQOaeeeooaaease a L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R I I IVxnHerndon Ben 1 llerndou HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store tIr 1 AJJil J uur2iVlRLJ We ate now Clearing Out Stock to make room for our immense stock of Fall Goods which will to arrive soon begin Now Is The Time to Secure BARGAINS In uptodate Dry Goods Dress Goods in fact everything for summer wear You know this store has no fake sales but lives strictly up to its motto Honest Goods at Honest Prices Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated r t 4 t B G of Danville will be here County court day one hundred suckling mules Renting Mr Arch K Walker gets the farm for next year agreeing to provide for the paupers and give 8470 to the Fiscal court H C Hamilton has purchased a lot of J R Haselden at the corner of street and Herring avenue He will erect a cottage at once The Ladies Working Society of the Fork church will give a supper Friday night at the school house near the church Every body invited Correction Mr 7 R Mount was appointed of the Democratic Campaign Committee for this county instead of chairman of the regular Democratic committee which our types saul Mr W G Gooch is still chairman of the last named Committee Rue Curry sold Thursday for the Alineda Brown heirs their farm of 172 acres on Salt River 5 miles north west of Harrodsburg and 140 acres for J W Powell adjoining the Brown heirs to Rankin Clemens of Fayette both at 58 per acre Possession on Jan 1 1108 The Cheapest Place A welltodo mun in the vicinity of a neighboring town went to a and asked the price of sulphur Ten cents a pound said Doc Isnt that pretty high asked the why 1 can get it of my mail order house for seven cents You can get it uf hell for nothing said Doc and you wont have to pay any freight either Wasnt A Mind Reader- A groceryman of this city just happened around when a farmer was unloading several boxes filled with groceries which he had ordered from Chicago department stores The groceryman asked the farmer the prices of the articles purchased and then told him he could sell just as cheap The fanner then said Is that so 1 take the house paper but you seldom or never advertise and if you do you never quote prices on what you have The Chicago stores advertise 1 am not a mind reader The Christian Endeavor of Pleas ant Grove held regular meeting Sunday evening at 530 oclock at the church conducted by the Prayer meet lag committee subject The Value of Decision The meeting was open ed with prayer by the Pastor Time Scripture lesson was read by Miss Mae Robinson A paper by Miss Dflnn on How Decision Succeeds also by Misses Royston and Simpson a duet by the Misses Leavell and a talk by the Pastor The next meeting will be held Sunday morning after Sunday School Subject Foreign Mission leader Miss Mary Wilson Special music every meeting Act Like Hogs When one ling gets an ear of corn every other hog will trot along behind and squeal and beg avid is ready for a bite but just let that hog get his head fast in crack of a fence and every son of a sow will jump on and help tear him to pieces Just so it is with men As long as a man is prosperous and has plenty of money he cant keep his friends oil with a baseball bat The moment he is unfortunate and his wealth is gone he is not only snubbed by his former friends but they begin to do him all the harm possible When a man starts down grade the world steps to one side and greases the track Oh Consistency Where Art Thou We read an exchange of a certain editor who had a long and carefully prepared article on the importance of patronizing home merchants rather than sending off for their goods The article was so good that it attracted the attention of the merchants and they highly recommend the loyalty of the editor One merchant was so favor able impressed with the article that he sat down and wrote a congratula tory letter to the pencilpusher the letterhead the merchant used had been printed in Louisville and the return on the envelope was made with a rubber stamp furnished by a Chicago angle grease firm Before and After For twelve months before they were married she never came down town without seeing him If she walked one block away he managed to be for her on the corner smiling like an oyster on the half shell If she carried a package as weighty as a spool of thread he took it from her by force for fear she would break a mainspring He wanted to call on her every night and would have done so if her father had been dead He just simply existed and that was all when out of her pres ence He was so considerate of her feelings he never went near her after taking a drink until he had thorough overhauled and deodorized his breath Twelve months after that they were married and if lie saw her down town he darted in a screen door to keep her from seeing him He saw her pass by with a big heavy bundle but he never went out and offered to carry the load Perhaps he was al ready loaded himself He usually made it home after supper and then went down town on important busi ness This is what I call before and after taking Sam Jones x I chairman customer I its y I Fc tobuy Poorhouse Richmond drugstore readings immediately waiting The Official Board of the Methodist voted unanimously to have Rev F M Hill appointed Presiding Elder of this district at conference in which meets in Frankfort Mr had charge of the church here for four years and has since held sever al revivals and is considered one of the ablest ministers in the Kentucky Yerkes Aid Wanted A special from Washington Satur day says Friends of former Internal John W Yerkes here believe that President Roosevelt wants him to help prosecute trusts and that the matters were discussed at luncheon with Attorney General Boneparte at Oyster Bay yesterday The President and Boneparte are known to think highly of Mr Yerkes legal ability Trust prosecutions are greatly delayed and more legal talent is needed by theDepartment of ustice Yerkes friends cannot explain his Oyster Bay trip on any other theory than that he was offered a special As sistant Attorney General ship He left here hurriedly Thursday Uf ternoon on crutches and his recovery is expect de to be delayed as a is stated at his apartments that he will return to morrow At church Sunday night Gus Travers opened wide his mouth in a prodigious yawn It was an unlucky act for as he did so he sucked a large bug into his throat The effect of this mishap upon him was Instantaneous and start ling With eyesballs starting from their sockets and shoulders hunched he leaped to his feet clutching wildly at his windpipe For a brief moment a spasm of violent coughing shook his frame then bending forward with outstretched neck he began to emit loud gurgling sounds and strange gut whoops This explosive vocal outburst in connection with such gro tesque bodily contortions very natur ally attracted the attention of every body in church It also caused time minister to pause in his sermon and take notice At length by a supreme effort Travers dislodged and ejected the offender and sat down but not be fore seyeral persons in his immediate vicinity had got up and walked out of church It was probably a good thing for Travers anyway for it cannot be said that a church is the proper place to yawn in It is not a dormitory No man need stretch his mouth there ex cept to sing This experience of Trav ers will perhaps stop him from in church for a while at any rate and it will also undoubtedly restrain others who may be tempted to such impoliteness in a public assembly Circuit Court Judge Bell began court on Monday by delivering an able charge to the Grand Jury All the ollieers are on hand discharging their duties faith fully The court will be busy during the entire term of three weeks Sher lit Arnold went to Jessamine county on Tuesday to summon 50 men out of whom a jury could be found to try Samuel Jennings for killing Mase Mil ler which trial will consume the bal ance of the week John Simpson of the murder of Bud Casey was discharged from custody A few cases for minor offenses have been heard The following comprise the jurors GKAND JURY R A Beazley formn Jas Gay II ill conference RevenueCommissioner result It aural accused September yawning M O J Hendren E G Creech Will Ralston Wesley Bourne Cyrus Daly Wni Duncan Smith Hurt R R Denton Chas Poindexter J F Ruble PETIT Jury Wm Lackey Will Rovston J A Cotton Reuben Prather Leslie Bradshaw N H Bogle Eb Scott Ed Cook James Burnside J E Anderson Tim Ford J H Posey Floyd Curtis Ed Price Win Lear R L Burton J W Bryant W K Leavell Kemp Walker Walker Logan Walker Guynn Lish Forbes Logan Ison Frank Holtzclaw There is no music in a rest but there is the making of music in it In our whole life melody the music is broken off here and there by rests and we foolishly think we have come to the end of the tune God sends a time of leisure sickness plans frustrated efforts and makes a sudden pause in the choral hymn of our lives and we lament that our voices must be silent and our part missing in the music which eyer goes up to the ear of the Creator How does the musician read the rest See him beat the time count and catch up the next note true and steady as if no breaking place had come in between Not without design does God write the music of our lives Be it ours to learn the time and not be dismayed at the rests They are not to be slurred over not to be omitted not to destroy the melody not to change the key note If we look up God Himself will beat the time for us With the eye on Him we shall strike the next note full and clear If we say sadly to ourselves There is no music in a rest let us not there is the making of music in it The making of music is often a slow and painful process in this life How patiently God works to teach us How long He waits for us to learn the lesson John Buskin Rests forced disappointed with unvarying forget OA1UIS1SUKY Born to the wife of Mr Jssse a boy N P Cobb sold a milk cow to T I Herring for 850 00 Miss Fannie and Pete Poindexter haye been sick with measels Miss Sank Herring and Mr Mack Moore were guests of Mr and Mrs Vic Rice Sunday Misses Lee and Sank Herring are spending several days with Miss For est Denton of Pains Lick Mr S I Herring and wife have home from a pleasant visit to relatives in Lincoln county An Ice Cream Supper will be given by the Ladies Working Society atRice Academy on Friday of this week Admission 15 and 25c Cobb has recently bought a grocery store and dwelling in Lex ington and will leave for that place in a few days Their friends here are sorry to see them go but wish them success in their new home Rev Shouse T D Chesnutt and daughter Miss Mary and Mrs Charles Burdett attended the annual session of the South District Association which convened with Beech Fork church Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday WALLACETON Joe Smith who has typhoid fever and tonsilitis is slowly improving Mr RobertMershon oflndianapolisis Visiting his mother Mrs C H Baker Rev W H Baker of Rootstown 0 is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J A BakerMr Wylie was some better last week being able to walk about the houseMiss Ethel Shockley of Berea is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Elijah Owen Mr Leslie Boltin wife and baby of Jackson county visited his mother Sat urday night and Sunday Miss Margaret Wallace and Mr Lewis Baker of Berea were visitors at Mr J A Bakers over Sunday Mrs Margaret Hill and son John and Miss Jennie Bowlin leave this week for a visit with relatiyes in Illinois Mr and Mrs J A Baker and daughter Kate plan to leave Aug 27 for several weeks visit to relatives in Missouri Mrs Ella Lamb accom pained by Miss Grace Lester and Lester Hill of Berea were in Lexington part of last week Mrs Margaret Kirby daughter Jen nie and son James of Mansfield Ill are here with relatives and old neigh borsRev Smith assisted by Rev Wills and Creech are conducting a two weeks meeting at the Baptist church at this place BUCKEYE Roy Beazley is sick at this writing Mr Jess Hill is able to be out after a slight attack of fever Mr Forrest Stapp lost three cattle from eating paris green J N Teater who has been very sick for sometime is improving Walter East wife and little son Gil bert are visiting his parents Mrs Floyd Curtis and children are visiting Mrs Jennie Broaddus Heather Ray and wife are visiting Mr Amon Maniford of Frankfort Mr and Mrs Wm Philips of Harrods burg spent a week with friends here Miss Pattie Walker visited the Miss es Sanders at Stone the latter part of last week Misses Bessie Vanarsdall and Ruth Wallow of Louisville are visiting relatives here Mrs Eliza Saddler has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs John Johnson of Louisville Mrs Mike Rays friends will be glad to know she is improving after a illness of two months Mesdames Jim Witt and Andie Bo gie and Miss Lucy Marsee visited Mrs Prentice Walker Saturday Mr Clone Davis and wife have re turned from Oklahoma where they have been residing for the past year Mrs T O Hill entertained a number of friends last Thuasday at luncheon in honor of A Royce and daugh ter of Decatur Ill Last Sunday the remains of Mr Wm Locker was laid to rest in Buckeye cemetery Mr Locker died of heart disease and had been a sufferer for sev eral years We extend our sympathy to the family Boys Composition On Girls The following is a boys composi tion on Girls Girls is sisters of boys and has long hare wares dresses and powder The fust girl was called Christmas Eve though I never could tell why Most every family has one girl and some of them thats in hard luck has two or three We have a girl in ourn who is my sister Girls can grow older and yet younger My sis ter has been 25 years for three years and sum day we may be twins Girls play the planner and talk about each other Fat girls want to be thin and thin girls want to be fat and all of them want to marry doods Why the Lord made girls nobody knows but I it was to go to church and eat ice cream There is three kinds of girls brunet girls blond girls and them that has money Girls are afraid of mice and bugs which makes it fun to put em down their backs Thomas Mr N P serious Mrs T think returned 15EUNA VISTA John Record is a victim of fever Miss Maggie Askins is visiting rela Lives near Burgin J E Scott leaves this week for Petoskey Mich Miss Eliza Barnett of is visit ing relatives here Miss Bettie Preston is the guest of friends in Mercer county Miss Artie Johnson has returned form a visit to friends at Hubble Miss James Temple is spending the week with relatives near Wilmore Littie Miss Vanetta Spoonamore of Lancaster is with relatives here Lenore Skinner of Cincinnati and Will Colton are visiting at W T Kings Mr Floyd of Nicholasville spent Saturday and Sunday in this vicinity Miss Mary Askins has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Mis souriR P Ison of McCreary and Miss Grace Ison spent Sunday with the family of Stephen Mrs Wilgimr and daughter and Mrs McBrum of Richmond have been visit ing the family of W T King The protracted meeting at Browns Chapel conducted by Rev Shepard and and Adams closed Sunday night Messrs Simon Weil of Lexington and Duckworth of Nicholasville were here on business last week Mrs Ed Aldrick and children who has been the guests of Mrs J J Poor left last week for their new nome in Maysvllle Mr and Mrs Frank Ranson of Pitts burg Pa and Mrs D B Jones of Lex ington are visiting their mother Mrs Mary Spillman Mrs Laura Grimes and son Frank of Lexington and Harry Dean of Ver sailles are visiting Mr and Mrs J B Robinson and other relatives A Wise Addition The Trustees of the Graded School have decided to add a special business course in the school this year This is a valuable addition to the course of study and will be appreciated by the people g T J HOOD Salvisa n u ttt l DENTIST r5 s g Office at residence Danville st S M K r g I Denny I DENTIST omce over Iierndons jewelry store STATE FAiR CATALOGUE READY Handsomely Illustrated Book Tells of Premiums Amusements En terprises Music etc The regular edition of theKentuckv State Fair catalogue printed in three colors and handsomely Illustrated came from the press this week and thousands of copies are being mailed daily from the headquarters of the Fair at Louisville The preliminary list for the State Fair was issued a month ago It covered eighty odd pages The regular catalogue has pages The classifications in all de partments are complete together with the speed program and an announce ment of the big amusement enterprises of the Fair There are also eight fine half tone views of the new grounds and buildings recently purchased by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location for the State Fair One page is devoted to a description of the balloon race during the Fair with three views of the balloons in the air The captive balloon is shown in in a large half tone There is a page cut of Captain Knabenshue in the pas senger carrying airship which is to make daily flights and exhibitions at the State Fair Sept 1621 This is to be Captain Knabenshues only appear ance in Kentucky or Southern Indiana His passengercarryingairship will on ly make six appearances in America this year Sectional views of the air ship are printed for the first time in the State Fair catalogue The pages are given to points of interest in and around Louisville while there issome valuable information on the railroad depot and ticket offices together with the steamboat lines One of the most attractive views in the book is an at tractive zinc etching of the eruption of Yesusvius which is to he shown nightly during the State Fair week together with Pains famous fireworks 3fatiello and his all star band from the Land of Music which is to three concerts daily during the State Fair occupies two pages in half tone An entry blank accompanies each cat alogue also a souvenir post card in colors which the recipient is asked to mail to some friend Anyone desiring a catalogue will be sent one by applying to the Secretary R E Hughes at Louisville Magazines I am taking orders for all magazines Will appreciate your or der Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store Y E Moss took first second and third on Barred Plymouth chickens at the Lancaster Fair He also tells us he has four hundred bushels of hill onicns for sale that he raised on one acre Price 8LOO per bushel 152 give I I seven 1 Ieadin 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 any one 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 tools and material for your ben efit our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them Gonn Bros Bin er harvest i n constantlyadding ee auMoursRepred in the market for Wheat and Hay at the highest CASH market price I have a good grade of Block Coal for Threshing purpose and a better grade for the cook stoves and grates Farmers will find it to their interest to see or phone me before selling their products Plenty of sacks for your Wheat and plenty of baleing wire for your hay A call will be BANKS HUDSON J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing in this iine please remember him J C ROBINSON BEGIIIIKG SATURDAY JUNE 1st I WILL CLOSE OUT my entire stock of Spring and Summer MILLINERYat ed to gall and get something New and Fresh in the Millinery line frs fllexander Walker E L W4s Prest W C Fist Vice Prest V G Reaper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED IWf1VUI W WI Iff lam appreciated I I I Ii II II f We offer you fair with every that is consistent with treatment accommodation conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 850000 DIRPQP08 I M COY BGGDYN WOODSI R KL ARNOLD EL WOODS S BURROWSJ II W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and CaSuality Insurance A Policy as Good as pold is the only Mind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I i By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can me Phone No 31 Besidense No 7 M r CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Jfy af SecondClafg Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky August 23 1907 Winchester Democrat Saturday night seems to have the happy faculty of making people human set their hearts to beating softly as they used to do before the world turned them in to war drums and jarred them to pieces On Saturday night the ledger closes with a clash the iron bar red vault comes to with a bang click goes the key in the lock It is Satui day night and the business man free again Homeward ho The door that has been ajar all the week gently closes behind and the world is all shut out Shut out Shut in rath At home are all his treasures after all and not in the vault and not in the the record in the old family not in the bank Maybe you are a bachelor frosty and forty Then poor fellow Saturday night is nothing to you just as you are nothing to any body Get a wife blueeyed or blackeyed but above all trueeyed Get a little how sofa just to hold two or two and a half in it on a Saturday night and then read this paragraph by the light in your wifes eyes and thank God and take courage How many a kiss has been given how many a curse how many a caress how many a look of hate how many a kind word how many a promise has been broken how many a soul lost how many a loved one lowered into the narrow chamber how many a babe has gone from earth to heaven how many a little crib or cra dIe stands silent now which last Sat urday night held the rarest of treas ures of the heart A week is a life A week is a history A week marks events of sorrow and gladness which people never heard Go home to your family man of business Go home you heart wanderer Go home to the chair that awaits you wronged waif on lifee breakers Go home to those you love man of toil and give one night to the joys and comforts fast flying by Leave your books with figures your dirty shop your busy store Best with those you love for God only knows what the next Satur day night will bring you Draw close around the family hearth Saturday night has awaited your coming in in tears and silence Go home to those you love and as you bask in the loved presence and meet to return the loved embrace of your hearts pets strive to be a better man and bless God for giving his weary children so dear a stepping stone in the river to the eternal as Saturday night PAINT LICK The farmers are rejoicing over the fine rain Mr John Terry who has been sick for some time is better Mr Joe Wyley is not doing any good He is not able to sit up yet Miss Margaret Pullins is visiting Miss Mary Englemanat McCreary Mr Dan Burchell had a very valuable mare killed by the train last Thurs day Mr W J Gillespie who has been sick for quite awhile is Improving very slowly Mr W A Anderson is quite sick at Mr Wm Wallaces Drs Snowden and Mays are waiting on him There will be a new butcher shop started up in a few days It will be run by Mr W P Anderson of Carters Tille W S Fish who is a candidate for County Clerk of Madison county is meeting with great success He says he will win the race Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore wound or of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 25c lm I r with tatoos breathes ere I booksave I Bibleand homeno matter littlea complex sadness burn or to a case NUMBER OF CLASSES AT KEN TUCKY STATE FAIR PRIZES AGGREGATE 25000 Every Department Will Be Filled With the Cream of Displays From Other Fairs national state county and been held almost since civilization had its begin ning and passing years have not only not dimmed their light but have served to make it more brilliant At no time perhaps in the history of Kentucky have there been so many county fairs as have been held or will be held in the state during 1907 The number has grown to more than fifty These county fairs serve to draw all classes closer together and it is fitting that they should form the spokes of the big hub which is known as the State Fair The State Board of Agriculture ear ly in maturing the plans for this years exhibition which will be held in Lou isville September 16 to 21 arranged to have personal representatives at all of these fairs These representatives have carried with them catalogues of exhibits and premiums and attractive advertising matter At every place they have met a most cordial welcome Exhibitors both of live stock and in other departments were solicited and it is in no sense an exaggeration to say that the cream of the exhibits of every county fair will meet in at the Kentucky State Fair At the September exhibition the competition will be for prizes that 25000 in cash The classifi cation covers horses mules jack stock beef and dairy cattle swine sheep goats poultry collie dogs pigeons tobacco field seed and grain melons and vegetables plants and flowers womans work childrens work and table luxuries There are 1175 different rings in which good money is offered while there are a total of over 300 different lots The horse money is divided among horses suitable for light fivegaited saddlers roadsters combined harness and fivegaited American carriage threegaited plantation saddlers runabouts high steppers Shetland ponies thorough breds and what are classed as fine horses The mule premiums are most elaborate on pairs and single horse and single mare mules while good money is offered on jacks and jennies- In beef cattle the classification Is complete on Shorthorns Herefords Polled Durhams AberdeenAngus and Red Polls Most attractive premiums are offered In the dairy cattle for Jerseys HolsteinFresians Ayrshires and Guernseys The swine department includes Berkshires DurocJerseys PolandChi nas Chester Whites Tamworths Yorkshires Hampshires etc The money for sheep is divided among Shropshlres Cotsiwolds South Downs American Merinos Oxford Downs Hampshires and Dorsets Interesting classifications are arranged for bucks and does in the Angora Goat The poultry premium list every known fowl in which this section of the country is interested and the same is true of the pigeon depart mentRecognizing the great interest that farmers are displaying in the Collie Dog as the successor of the Shepherd a department is given to the former and some very handsome money The departments for and melons tobacco field seed and grain cover premiums that will appeal to all who are growers of these products In horticulture there are scores of awards In cash to be made on apples peaches pears grapes etc Plants and flowers are not neglected and the money offered should prove a great inducement both to the amateur with the hothouse and to the profes sional florist In no department is there a more Interesting collection of premiums than In that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries It is confidently expected that farm and machinery will be shown to a much larger extent than ever at a Kentucky State Fair Ball Bros of Woodford county are showing their faith in their horse Montgomery Chief in a most substan tial way They are offering 250 in two special premiums for best 1907 foal of Montgomery Chief and for best foal of any age of Montgomery Chief at the Kentucky State Fair The concerts daily at the Kentucky State Fair by Natiello and his premier band of fifty allstar artists from the Land of Music should prove aii an nouncement that should strike joy to the hearts of everyone at all musically Inclined DOZEN HUNDRED FairsInternational municipalhave Kentucky competition aggregate I harness department covers offered vegetables t before J A sad- dlers Department Implements For Rent For the year 1908 One two story ten room house on Danville street in the town of Lancaster just half block from public square Suitable for and is now used as a boarding house Ap ply to J M Grand Lancaster 816lm Public Sale OnTHURSDAY AUG 29 1907 at 1 oclock at my place on Lexing ton pike 5 miles west of Lancaster I will sell the following property 100 acres of unimproved land all in grass 2 milk cows 3 heifers 53 good stock ewes 2 brood mares with mules at side and both with foal 3 year old harness mare 8 year old bay mare gentle for ladies to drive one pair work mules farming implements of all kinds one surrey buggy and harness Terms made known on day of sale T I Herring Marksbury Ky i Farm For Rent This farm is situated on the Buckeye pike one and one half miles from Lan caster and contains 241 acres of pro ductive land it is well watered and well fenced The buildings consist of one eight room dwelling one tenant house one stock barn one tobacco barn and all necessary out buildings one hundred acres of the land is in grass forty acres in clover to be used as a meadow and the balance for corn wheat and tobacco For further infor mation apply to J B Jennings with the Joseph Mercantile Cot Lancaster Ky Fine Farm For Sale In Garrard County A fine blue grass farm for sale situat ed on new pike near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster 200 acres well located in good neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new sevenroom residence there on recently completed with all out buildings and good new Well watered six never failing springs and creek running through TER3is i cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per cent interest until paid Persons looking for such place please write E M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or WO Wai re Stanford Kv Isabelle P E M and W O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 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 4 1lyr SELLING OUT Quit Business 10000worth General Merchandise all to go at cost for reasons best known to ourselves We have decided to make a change and for this reason we offer our entire stock at cost It consists of Clothing Shoes BootsHats Caps Dry Goods Hard ware and Furniture all to go at factory prices and we urge the people and especially our ragular customers to not miss this chance to buy their fall and winter goods Re member we handle only the best goods money can buy such as Barker Brown Wm L Douglas Shoes Ball Band Ruobers Simpson and American Prints Swan Abram Hats N M C Shells and all other goods equally as good and all go at a loss but our loss is your gain so come early and get first pick We also offer our property consisting of store house 8 room dwell ing shop building and all out build ings 16 acres good grass land splendid well right in the yard good milk dairy and a right new Fair Banks Stock Scale Buildings all newly repair ed and painted and the biggest trade of any country store in the county Just the thing for some good man MORFORD DUNN Bourne Ky I I containing twostory barn 40xtiO TO I I 7 eating R E McRoitEKTS Prest R I BUUTOX 2nd V Prest J Cashr Vice Prost D A THOMAS Asst Cashi The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest lafwvei Pr f Yailt aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS r W rOlE T C EUHXKS k Ky Ilr business 1 i Er t Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook H K J C Hemphill H Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton Frisbles Drug Store We are headquarters for everything in the PAINT LINE Window Glass Paris Green Varnishes- A full and complete line of Drugs and Sun dries Your patronage solicited Frlsbies Drug Store La ncaster Greenhouse I V I I I i I l II I I I I I l I t mssate Ifss s- oooo o I F lit I I I w I IE R I LIIII H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price EL Woods SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Roses BEDDING PLANTS A little ofevery thing Come and see CUT FLOWERS For all occasions Ican save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS All Kinds Now Beady John ChristmonProp Phone c i I i f i z f I I i I 57 f IIIII IIIIl MweSass eaeeeoeeeexr MsawI 155 G 1 J J WALKER President Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Goocn Vice Presti J S JOH I soy ORGANIZED IS The OTENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL lsM SOIPLBS II M B P HUDSON Cashier If O RIONKY Asst CashY C D WALKER Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS- J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders Bookkeeper l c READY FOR BUSINESSThe Lancaster Steam Laundry is now complete and running full time Being equipped with the VERY LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY We can turn out better work than you can get elsewhere and in less time and at lower prices We invite you to call and see the best equipped Laundry in Central Kentucky HOT AND COLD BATHS AT ALL HOURS PROMPT SERVICEJ 1Iia Erop5 1 Ta0l T SRO5 r t CoPYrigl r9o7 by I Hart Schaffuer E5 Man fib8 There Comes a Time of course when even the thuoght of clothes is a burden But no matter how hot it is youve got to wear them Have them as thin as you can if youre not provided with thin clothes we have some for you the kind the wind blows through Theyre Hart SchafFner Marx clothes never too light or too thin to be all wool and carefully tailored Theyll keep shape The prices are as things the goods very light almost nothing to them r IDlJWi1rn1 ra ill1 rn1rr1f f limI fi1 m STORE Im i White Elephant BUY YOUR IFROM Smith Herring We have an experienced Cutter with uj THIS WEEK who will large line of WOOLENS in the latest designs and patterns for FALL SUITINGS Call at our store and see this extensive line Awhile this Special Cutter Is Were SMITH HERRING Next Door to Citizens National Bank Jim Smith Fisher Herring o eo FALL SUIT zv wt I shows Personal MentionI Mr C K Duncan of Richmond was visitor here Sunday Miss Ethel West visited Lexington and attended the fair Mr W B Burton attended the fair the past week Master Palmer West has been visit ing relatives in Lexington Mr W B Bradshaw who has been real sick is very much better Tillett visited relative in Lexington and attended the fair Miss Gladys Milner of Cynthiana i visiting her aunt Mrs J H Williams Mrs Belle Burnside visiting he daughter Mrs L D Jones of Monti celloMiss Ethel Dunn has returned from a visit to Miss Annie Perkins of Mark bury Mr R E Henry of Athens Tenn ii visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Solon HenryMr Walker of Mississippi has joined bis wife here for a visit t relativesMiss Hilton has returned frog several weeks stay with her parent BrodheadMrs Oldham of Mt Sterling visited her sister Mrs Anna B Single ton last week Mr W Lee Elkin and wife of were guests of Mr and Mrs J fc Johnson last week Miss Julia Reid has returned fron several weeks visit to her brother C M Reid of Middlesboro Miss Mary Kate Singleton has re turned home after a very pleasant va cation spent in Mt Sterling Miss Hattie Durham accompanied by her uncle Dr J H Durham of Bry antsville attended the Barbourville fairMrs W 0 Rigneylittle Alice Rigney and Mrs Ann Walker have returned from a weeks visit at Dripping SpringsMiss Marrs Sparks who has been the attractive guest of Miss Mar guerite Kinnaird has returned to her home in INicbolasville Stanford Interior Mabel Williams of Lexington and Ethel Walter of Lancaster are visit ing their aunt Miss Mollie Walter Judge M D Hughes and J C Hemphill of Lancaster were in town Friday Jessamine Jennie Totten of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Mr and Mrs Davis Sutton of Garrard were guests of her sister Mrs K S Grimes the first of the Jennie Burnside of Garrard county is the pleasant guest of Miss Katie Campbell The marriage of Mr Henry Simpson and MissNoreen Henry was solemnized last Thursday eve at the home of and Mrs R E Embry Rev H N Faul coner performed the ceremony in the presence of a few intimate friends and relatives The bride is a most estima ble and popular young woman She looked handsome in a white organdy and carried bride roses The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs U D Simpson and is held in esteem in this his own city Their many friends wish them every happiness in their new life They will be at home to their friends at the Simpson House Business New line of Post Cardsat Drugstore S tf Buy your Toilet Article atFrisbies Hot and cold baths atjall Lancaster Steam Laundry 8 Our Soda Water is delicio a Lexington Miss Sallie Louisville I Rev JournalMisses JournalMiss James L weekMiss M rte ies t Drug Store I 8 17tf Drug StoreY tf hourSat m Dr Store Dunn s FrM Frisbies 816 F 1 l Mr Gilbert Tracy of Richmond i here for several days Miss Pearl Hardin is spending weeks in Cincinnati Joe Aldridge has been in Barbour ville attending the fair Mrs Frank Bacon has returned to he home in Kansas City Mo Miss Mae Magee is visiting friend in Livingston and Brodhead Miss Lizzie Olgers of St Louis i the guest of Mr and Mrs N Miller Miss Katie Simpson has returne from a weeksstay at Dripping Spring Mrs F P Erisbie and son Hudson have been visiting relatives in HustOL ville Miss Tillie Creager after a here has returned to her home in Ce cihan have returnee from a delightful ten days stay at At lantic City Mrs R E Rowland and baby of Hut tig Ark are guests of Mr Solon Hen ry and family Mesdames B F Hudson and James Burnside are spending several week at Petoskey Mich Mrs R E Embry entertained a fey nerds Thursday evening in honor ol Mrs Henry Simpson Mrs P P Nunnelly of Stanford ha been visiting her nephew Mr J LTrlt bie and family near Hyattsville Mrs Emma Higginbotham and Miss Grace Kinnaird have returned from a weeks visit at Dripping Springs Mrs Margaret Sutton of Marksbury has been visiting her daughter Mrs Benjamin Hughes Stanford avenue Mrs Ann Walker left Monday for Richmond to visit her son Mr James Walker before returning to her home in Huntington West Virginia Dr J B Kiunaird was in Richmond the past week to attend the Madison County Medical Society and while there was the guest of Dr and Mrs Clarence H Vaught Little Miss Mary Clay Williams and Masters Woodford and Bradford Wil liams entertained their many little friends last Friday at a pretty party Delightful refreshments were served and the afternoon proved a great pleas ure to the guests Stanford Interior Journal Misses Annie Ashlock and Alpha Traylor en tertained in honor of Miss of Lancaster Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at their home near Gilberts Creek A most enjoyable evening was spent Miss Ethel Dunn of Garrard has been engaged to teach one of the grades at the Stanford Graded School Mrs Lizzie Dillon of Lancaster is with her sister Mrs Mattie Nevius Mrs Mildred Beazley of Lancaster is with her daughter Mrs W W Hays Lexington Leader W B Mason of Lancaster the popular Circuit Court Clerk of Garrard county known to his legend of friends as Keg Mason beaded a delegation of his townsmen to the fair Wednesday Mr was accompanied by his wife and dren Rev Henry Faulconer his law who is pastor of the Presbyterian church at Philadelphia Mr W I Williams Mrs Jacob Robinson and Mr Frank Marksbury of Lancaster with Mr John Orand of Waco Texas were visitors here for the fair Get the best is the Kokomo W J Romans New and complete line of stationary at Frisbies Drug Store tf No better rake made than McCor mick Mount Elkin Call on S D Turner and get a barrel of the best grade of salt for 150 Do you want a Hay Baler TheInter national does the work quick 20 to 25 Bales per hour Mount several visit Mrand MrsS CDenny I Zada Zanone I ChilI fencethat l See W J Romans if you want the best mower or hay rake at a bargain Large stock of mens and boys saddles just received Haselden Bros Buy your Paris Green at Frisbies Drug Store tf Cheapest and Best Hay Baler on the market Mount Elkin Something new in Hay Balers price will surprise you Mount Elkin Deering mowers and hay rakes at W J Romans 2t Ring 181 and see How sooa your or der for Groceries will be delivered i 5 31tf Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros We have thenicest and cleanest bath rooms to be found 81G 1m Lancaster Steam Laundry See our new line of Elgin and Walt ham watches Selling cheap tf Morrow and McRoberts No need to take your laundry away from home We can do it nicer than any other laundry 8 1C Lancaster Steam Laundry We are agents for the famous Schraffts candies the best on the market2t Gill Walker Simpson We want you to call and inspect our laundry We will take pleasure in showing you through 8 1G Lancaster Steam Laundry For Sale 2 aged Southdown bucks and 20 Southdown lambs Also 3 Jersey bulls yearlings past Jeff T Dunn Bryantsville tf To School Teachers School reports approved form for sale at THE CENTRAL RECORD office Price 50cts per 100 tf We have agents at all country stores Take your laundry to the store where you trade and have it laundered 8 16 Lancaster Steam Laundry i Please Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing me to please settle at once eith er in cash or by note J A Jonestf Notice to Tax Payer s Taxes due state and now due This includes the Please call and settle same at 611 tf C A Arnold S G C Fine Jersey Bull I will stand my fine Jersev Bull a yearling et my home 6 miles from on Buckeye pike at one Money due when service ren ered J W Hill 712 6t McCreary Ky Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please all at once and settle as the school reeds the money Those in arrears or the 1906 will save cost by pay ng at once E W Harris Treas 816tf G E Hawkins who has had such success taking measures for v E Hays Co Cincinnati Tailors be with us Aug 22 23 24th with heir full line of Woolens for Fall and Winter wear and we will appreciate t if you will call and see him while Hemphill West 2t Hawkins who travels for L E Hays Co Cincinnatis leading Tailors has more perfect fitting garments any man who travels through section Have your measure by him while here Aug 22 23 and 4th and he will insure you a perfect tit without alteration- 2t Hemphill West Teachers Institute The white teachers of Bovle Lincoln ind Garrard counties will meet in joint Institute at Lancaster Ky Sept 2 to 7 1907 All teachers holding certificates who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the Connty Superin tendent The Colored Teachers of Boyle Mer r and Garrard Counties will meet at joint Institue at Danville Ky at the Colored Baptist church Aug 12 to 17 1907 All teachers holding holding certificates who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute unless excused by the Superintendent The per capita for the present school year is 1340 I y e do x on Lancaster Dollar l I wonderful will I here made than this taken County coup year w Copyright 1907 by fgHart Schaffner 5 Marx A Full and Complete Line of Pickards HandPainted CHINA Just Received Thit is the finest handpainted china in the United States Morrow McRoberts Ii S IC 1 em Too oo 0x i o 0 r s I For Tobacco Growers on exhibit at our store and at the Fair Grounds Dont fail to see it Saves you money and barn room MOUNT ELKIN j j Buggies Buggy Harness Deering Binders Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS I I I I I illl IM MS HILDR1 N ProiF1iontIIee J1jnPrA1 NOT NAWCOTIC S SJI- Ati6e 1J A rorQas non Sour SknBachD arm oess nlLoss OF TacSinlale Signature of ttNEW YORK f b f t 1 0 1 t JjDO I 3j1 I EXACT COWFWRAPPER I uwnnwwwwuuppmnAef rIA BUmmdimxxwm AVepefableFrepAsStfllitatii treSlaer S stCotiCSS reris mr QJ- eei flefl Wac SLEEP THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 I A R President s J E STORMES Yict Prest S C DENNY Cashier F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson E Stormes- S C Denny DENNT J John i J 5 f For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always BouGht Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years E CCIITAU COMPAIIIY REW YO CITY CASIORIA CASTORIA WE AVILI Safety De s forRe t I I We Solicit Your MmI I THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 19O5 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 halt open when others give trouble 4th It nas 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 kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so BY I 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 seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and bas 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 truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I 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 I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard Couuty Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky CouBty aid State rights for sale forabout T 1- i The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimouis the conclusion that the general accepted iimitation of human life is many years below the possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is un possessed The critical period that de termines its duration seems to be be tween 50 and 00 the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scienti fie tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c 1m I DIFFICULT TO STEER A SHIP Man at the Helm Works with the Tightly Drawn The work of steering a great ship even with the aid of all the machinery is much more delicate than one would imagine The larger and faster the ship the greater is the difficulty is not enough to hold the wheel in the same position to keep the ship on her course for the wind and waves and the currents of the ocean tend con stantly to knock the ship off her course The great wall of the hull may be 700 feet long and 60 feet a broad target for the wind and waves The art of steering is to humor the ship to these forces and when she is deflected to bring her back quickly to her course If you could watch the binnacle especially in bad weather you would see the needle of the com pass constantly shifting from side to side which means that the great steel prow is not going forward in a perfectly straight line The most astonishing thing about the bridge is to find the wheelhouse with all its curtains tightly drawn as often happens and the man at the helm steering the boat without see ing ahead at all At night or even by day if the light of the binnacle is confusing the wheelhouse is often completely shut in The man at the wheel it is explained does not need to look ahead The lookout high up in the crows nest and the officer on watch on the bridge will keep him informed if any object is sighted The duty of the man at the wheel is to keep the ship on her course Through out his watch of four hours he must keep his eyes on the compass and no where Nicholas RUNNING FARM WITHOUT WORK Not Quite That But a Creek Does Many Things by Electricity A progressive farmer in Xew York state heralds the era of kid glove farming according to the Technical World Magazine He has made lazi ness a success and can now do his farm work without a backache There is a little creek running through his farm This he has har nessed and forced to run a dynamo which in turn gives light and heat for the house and outbuildings- But Mr Miner was not satisfied with his accomplishment The hardest tasK about the farm the one which every one most dreaded was turning the milk separator at a speed of 7400 revolutions per minute This had been done by hand So Mr Miner installed a motor which turned the milk separator every morning and evening satisfactorily without any hard labor on the part of the progressive farmer The next job to be hitched up to the new horse was turning the big barrel churn Then came the grind stone which is the farm hands during the harvest season The millstream was next made to pump the water for household use up to the roof where there was a large res ervoir for storing it But wood had to be used for the cookstove and the sledlength logs had to be cut down so a circular saw was added to the outfit and a new use was thus found for the electric current Endorsed By The Country The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friends of my writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil bertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an in fallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable scription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never dis appoint the taker by McRoberts Drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m WHAT IS CATARRH Leading Druggists Guarantee a Cure by Hyomei or Will Refund the MoneyUntil very recent years it wad thought that catarrh was a disease of the blood but now modern science has proved that catarrh is a germ and can be cured only by a treatment that will kill the germ and heal the mucous membrane of the nose and throat 9 Therefore when you have catarrh you can readily see that if you want to cure it you should use Hyomel which medicates the air you breathe thus killing the catarrhal germs and healing the smarting and raw mem brane of the passages through the nose and throat In breathing Hyo mei you are really treating your troubles with the only method for it will make the air you breathe as pure healing and as that found on the where the pine forests off their fragrant and healing balsams- If there is any doubt in your mind as to tie power of Hyomei to cure catarrh the unusual way in which it Is sold should destroy all doubt as we offer to refund the money should Hyomei fail to benefit The complete Hyomei outfit con sisting of an inhaler a bottle of Hy omei and a medicine dropper only 1 while extra bottles can b9 obtained for 50 cents R E Druggist Curtains t steelfor highoffers elseSt bugbear family disease natural mountains give costs McRoberts attainment ca- tarrhal antiseptic 1v Hughes LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property Throughout Central Kentucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Kentucky j Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for sale and exchange- We are the original real estate dealers in Garrara County and our ex tensive advertising places us in touch with prospective investors and also en ables us to handle property at a small commission If you really want to make a quick sale of your property see us If vou want to buy we have what the purchaser wants We have no excess contracts the owners price is our price A word as to Lancaster and Garrard County No nu re fertil soil nor better class of citizens are found than in Lancaster and Garrard County There are 5 Banks in the County 3 of them in Lancaster school facilities the very best the best graded School in the State is in Lancaster the best system of waterworks and electric lights headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points also the Bell telephone System of free turn pikes in tine shape rural free delivery of mail throughout the County Gar rard County stands second to none in the production per acre of all crops corn wheat oats hay hemp and tobacco The following list comprises only a portion of what we have for sale now and only a portion of what we will have on hand at all times as our list changes by selling some and securing others wirobroaLm I I No 8 Building lots in Lancaster can suit you in location and price No 10 The finest summer resort in Kentucky well improved a golden for the right man would be suit able for a sanitarium write us for particulars No 16 7Hi acres in Garrard County Ky near Bryantsville High class land in line state of cultivation Well located and well unproved Good fencing well watered and cheap at JtSW per acre No 24 150 acres of line land most of barn and stock scales a large tobacco barns fencing good and everlasting 1 mile from pike on good road This a money maker MJuu per acre No M New 2story frame dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings good garden vacant lot in rear and one at side all in one piece of property The cheapest property in Lancaster at2uOOOO No 27 25 acres of unimproved land close to Lancaster fronts on two pikes Can be divided into two or three farms with line building sites on each Will sell all or a portion to suit purchaser Terms easy See us for prices No o4 192 acres of line land well im proved fencing good well watered 100 acres in Cultivation balance in grass 1 mile from pike near school and churches G500 per acre No 44 12 acres of hemp and tobacco land 3 miles from Lancaster near pike new cottage house of 5 rooms good barn cribs etc well watered and new wire fencing 50 acres in grass balance in cul tivation JGtUM per acre No 47 115 or 125 acres of well improved land 500 yards from pike 4 miles from Lancaster good strong land 70 per acre No 4S 50 acres of firstclass land right on pike 3 miles from Lancaster plain improvements 30 acres in cultivation balance in grass 6500 per acre No 49 4S acres of good land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster good new cottage house 01 5 rooms new barn for stock and tobacco cistern at house and at barns all in grass Price 250000 No 51 511 acres miles from Lancas ter One of the best stock farms in Gar rard County COO acres of matted blue grass well improved Groom frame house 2 new barns 2 cisterns stock scales and all outbuildings 1500 rods of new wire fence See us for further particulars Terms easy and price per acre No 52 1S4 acres of land 5 miles from Lancaster near a good pike in high state of cultivation 30 acres in cultivation bal ance in meadow and grass 125 acres of blue grass tine timber improvements or dinary See us for price No 55 1CS acres 2V miles from Lancas ter S6 acres on one side and 82 acres on the other side of pike 14 mile from rail road depot One of the best frame dwell ings in Garrard County and other im provements in proportion Is certain to sell at 7500 per acre No 59 A nice cottage on good street in Lancaster good garden and lot rents for 10 per month 120000 No 60 One of the best residences in Lancaster modern dwelling water works electric lights and all ences See us for further particulars price No 62 100 acres of unimproved land 4 miles from Lancaster 54 mile from pike on good road All in grass and well fenced and watered Good for an invest ment or to build on for a home IWOO per acre No 63 llbi acres of firstclass land at the price located on the waters of Sugar Creek in Garrard County 6room frame house 1 stock barn and other outbuild ings plenty of water fencing good land is rolling good stock farm GO acres in cultivation balance in grass If you are looking for a low price farm here it is 3500 per acre No 65 130 acres 7 miles from Lancas ter 2 miles from railroad depot right on the pike A brand new splendidly built cottage house of 8 rooms 2 large barns and other outbuildings water in abund ance and fencing good and practically in grass soil fertile and high producing You cant help but like it 5000 per acre No 67 77 acres of good strong land ordinary improvements good stock barn and large tobacco barn Is miles from pike but is well worth the price W W per acre No 69 Ask us about this number for one of the best 300000 residences in Lan 70 Splendid dwelling and 6 acres of land in Lancaster for 2aOOOO No 71 Inquire for this number for a well improved place almost in city with 17 acres of ground at4SWOOO No 72 Nice dwelling lot garden on one of the best residence streets in Lancaster Rents for 10 per cent on the price we can sell it at jO 1C6 acres of level land high class in every respect 5 miles from Lancaster in one ot the best sections of the acres 3 miles from mile from pike new Groom tage house stock barn 6acre tobacco barn hemp and tobacco land good or chard well watered and fenced acres in blue grass balance in cultivation o250 per acre No 77 144 acres right on pike 4 miles from Lancaster 100 acres can be 40 acres of Dix bottom frame house of 4 rooms 10acre tobacco barn 2 tenant houses some waste land but is well worth the price 3500 per acre opportunity further i Is y residence ly aske casterNo improvements loc A 10000 per acre No 76 83 an 35 river SplendidWa- ter 2i low O tt convent limits orchard county model cost Lick cultivated He Knew Methusaleh- A good story is told of a minister who preached a sermon on Methus aleh in a lunatic asylum When he came to the place in his discourse where he stated that Methusaleh lived to be 900 years old a man in the audience arose and told him in a very emphatic tone of voice that it was a lie After the meeting the minister asked the man why he doubted the statement as to Methus alehs age Why he said I ought to know his age Methusaleh and I went to school together Needed Help A tenyearold street urchin a prod uct of the tenement was recently ac cused of stealing jam from a woman living in an adjoining house When brought lo the childrens court the child confessed broke down and wept The judge looked at him pityingly My boy lie said kindly how many times have you done that Onct was the reply Will you promise not to steal any more jam Yep he muttered between his sobs if shell keep her pantry door locked all the time Regular As the Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 25c 1m I t a No 79 House and lot in Lancaster rents for 10 per month Price 100000 No SO 43yA acres of good land well im proved located near Crab Orchard in Lin coIn County Will exchange this for a 1 nee 3500 per acre house of 5 rooms stock and tobacco barn combined 2000 locust posts on the place SO acres in grass balance in Price 500o per acre No S2 Ask about 1471 acres close to town high class improvements and in No OS If you want to pay 1300000 for one of the best located and best improved farms of a little less than lutf acres with every foot fertile land ask about No S3 No 81 170 acres near Uryantsville outbuildings and everything convenient fencing good plenty of fruit well wa tered located right on pikeGOOO per acre No So 217 acres 1 miles from Lancas ter on pike 7room frame house stock barn and other outbuildings to bacco barn cost 50000 So acres blue grass 6 acres timber 30 acres cultivation balance in clover and meadow Close to school and churches You may think from the price that this is poor land but it will grow hemp and tobacco is a little rolling but is priced so it is bound to sell E 00 per acre No SS acres of strong hemp and tobacco land right on pike close to stores and postofllce etc 18 acres in corn balance in grass all can be cul tivated 4rrom frame house stock barn 30x72 foot This is a dandy good farm and well located 7500 per acre No IK 53 acres of land that is worth the price asked is 1 mile off the pike 4room box house 25 acres in grass well watered 35 per acre No 91 70 acres 4 miles from town right on pike well improved no waste land nearly all in grass no better land well watered and well fenced A siIen did home can give possession Ask about this one Trice UXw per acre No 97 11 acres of land mile from pike 4 room frame house and out buildings from store and post otlice good stand for another store everlasting water ana well fenced Price JsOOW- Xo OS Hit 210 acres onehalf mile from pike good road near store and post ofiicetelephoue at house close to school cud churches 2 story frame house C rooms fencing good orchard S acre tobacco mud stock barn 175 barrel corn in crib about onuhalfin cultivation balance in grass land rolling but not steep 75U a acre XoW House and Lot on Richmond street at JiiHHJOO and new modern cottage with 2Ji acres of ground on Danville street In at 50000- XoUT 11 acres on Sugar Creek in Garrard County Ky U mile from pike 4 room frame house lUll good outbuildings all iu grass level land cheap at the price No 98 its acres of good strong land rolling well watered close to pike 2 story Broom frame house S acre tobacco and stock barn other outbuildings barrel cron crib good orchard hemp and tobacco land HI acres in cultivation balance in grass 4 miles from Lancaster 3750 per acre Xo 100 ISO acres right on pike 5 miles from Lancaster level land 1 mile front rail road S room frame house good outbuildings w acres in grass So acres timber bance in tivution This place is worth the money 0 oo per acre Xo W 11 acres of fine hemp and tobacco lived 2J miles from Lancaster J mile from pike with good road well watered large frame house good barns and outbuildings well watered and fenced in state 01 cultivation laud is rolling but not steep This farm is well worth the price SftJOu per Xo 102 72 acres of as good land as is in Garrard County right on one pike 2 miles frcm railroad and J4 mile from another pike on splendid county road This place has small cottage house of C rooms large 10 acre tobacco barn line orchard well watered every foot can be cultivated You ought to see it Price a bargain at 75 per acre Xo 104 105 acres right on pike 3 miles from Beuna Vista 6 room cottage good barn and other outbuildings welt watered and fenced a acres in wheat of which 20 acres sown to timothy 20 acres in corn balance in grass the land lies well and is a bargain at the price 1000 per acre Xo 280 acres of as fine laud as In Garrard County splendid new 10 room 2 story frame house 2 tenant stock burn and 1 large tobacco barn 2 line orchards watered by mice er failing springs 0 acres in corn 4 acres of wheat of JO acres timothy meadow and balance in fine blue grass This farm has to be seen to be appreciated Is SJ miles from railroad depot stores Bank Ac Price 8500 per acre Xo 119 175 acres of good land somewhat rolling right on pike 6 room weatherboarded log house laud cultivation timber and grass good barn and other outbuildings The land is worth more than what is asked for it 3000 per acre Xo 120 132 acres of good strong land on 4 miles from Bryantsville cultivation ex cept 15 acres no waste land well watered land is worth the money 30 per acre ger place and the difference milefrom helpbut poultry I acre 111 village onefourth grass uO somewhat depot cull a acre mlin I pay cultivation ui Lancaster and Ill Dogs Wonderful Devotion The devotion of a Newfoundland dog was pathetic His master had gone out in a boat which had and had been drowned A rescuing party arrived on the scene just too late and took the body to the other side of the lake a mile awayThe dog arrived at the edge of the water just in to see the body of his master lifted out Plunging in he swam across the lake The poor animal licked the hands and face and when he saw that his caresses were in vain he seated himself at his mas ters feet and refused to move He followed the hearse to the burying ground and seated himself discon solately at the side of the grave until the services were over Then every day he made a trip to the little cemetery and lay with his head his paws beside the grave A weeks went by and the dog began to pine He refuted to eat his food and his visits to the grave more frequent And then one night when the wind was howling he started out alone few days later they found his body oa the shore and buried him beside his master CASTOR I A For Infants and The KM YM Hays Always BNEtt 9 Bears the overturned time between few became of 1 Signature A State rUboii hss time bacsl8g ot the CommoiaveaUh Kentucky iis a nph7 with a big value csiJa from the that accompanies Lowest Rates by Sail and River You Just Cant Afford to Miss Come and tricg alt the folks olio the aUecdsace vrili be swelled o the much desired a tjuarter ia sir greet days grand stand ting track in the world Trotting Pacing Eucaia kites PsUy An amusement program running way Into inonssnosoi dollars Bailed with an exhibition plan never beiore attemp O SEPT162U9GZ M l san We Cspt Knabenshne in his passengercarryin airship the o the century wiih daily Isights and exhibitions and a night in the air Jed by a I Balloon most cxciiin aerial spots and a csptrre balloon Sensational acrcLatic acts free each dayI Pains famous Manhattan Bach lire vcrks and the pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction the calamity of 1906 given ia the laiisld in Front the grand stand Three concerts by Naiieilo and IDS band 01 liny artists from the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State rail was created by the Kentucky Legislature and is given under the auspices the KentucKY State Board of Write for catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville r1i re ihan l 1ZeS F It I See our new ro m1s t1l new iGst1t S21500asfeel concrete lXIma ea5s fJa marvel ride I racesthe of And the worlds greatest u iag page cl i antic of of of zrI money ittfigure mimosa IdinliJ ban i ifsttt trot i s- Z a searchlight I color arasemeat enterprises awe inspirinb nightly premier Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of lll 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 K4 1144 is guaran teed by your druggist R E McRob erts to cure Cholera Gaps Roup mud Limberneck Price oOcts No cure no pay Are you willing to try it Aerees King Fox have purchased this thoroughbred Jersey tbe very finest type to be found lIe i by Trinity Fox imported trout the Island an exceptionally lint animal even for the Island as Fox for years was first winner His down exceptionally tine cow giving in one year 12 UO pounds of milk mother sister out of his dam was second prize cow over England in 19m He will stand at 2 payable at time of Ringeither of us for futher information JW Swaeney E F Pierce l 74165- We publie AU TIN EAZLEYI I wild all service GRADE HJGH COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Otlice near depot KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS I WITH Dr Kings II New Discovery FOR PRICE MC Trial Free OR MONEY BEPUNDED Four Simple Rules Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity AVill be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simple rules 1 Keep the bowels open every day 2 Chew your food slowly and thoroughly 3 Avoid indigestible foods 4 If there are any symptoms of stomach troubles take Miona before each meal until curedNo matter how many years you may have suffered with stomach or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes backaches weakness and indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use of MionaTake one of the little tablets each meal with the fixed to get the most benefit out of it Miona is not a fanciful it is not a patent medicine it is not a cure all It is a scientific remedy recommended but for one trouble weakness of the digestive organs It is a permanent cure and nothing unless it does all that is claimed for it Miona costs but 50c When Miona has been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all the food eaten Is converted into so that nourishment and health are given to the whole system and there is a rapid increase in weight strength and spirits R E McRoberts Druggist AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTIOUBLES GUARANTEED I troubles headaches debility before determination experiment is sold under a guarantee that it costs I SATISFACT08 nutrition n Have you received n appointment to the Full Term of theiitatt Norniai If not see your County Superinten dent at once about ic The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys ru ral schools If you have not seen the new write a postal card rc iresft finrime todayAddress N ROARIC PresC Richmond Ky CUREWILL any case of KIDNEY j or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine j No i medicine can do more WAS Ira UPTIME B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St writes For over fiv years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and wasall run and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle waq atirely cured TWO Sic AID aIL R E McRoberts Drugjkljr FOLEYSKIDNEY I 1 i i t of ISIZES IT U i catalog t li t j 11 NcIUII1 1