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THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 30 UI07 rssIsia rssxra ZUlU= New H I Harness Shop l Come in and get a Hand Made set of Harness The best of work at the right price i Harness and Saddles Repaired m Haselden Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware mmMm mmmmwmmmmmmmm E 3 iI i 11M1M1M1K 1 1WWWWJIIJIIYtWJ11111J11WWJItWWWWWJl1 JIIWIUII JA13eazle Undertaker Arterial wi Cavity ErtahAg Office on Danville Street 1 I I I FULL LINE OF CASKETS AXU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK J4I L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Iavr office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R WmHerndon Ben D Herndon 1ERNWN Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Ir 8 NOON We are now Stock U OutClearing 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 no fake sales but lives strictly up to its motto Honest Goods at Honest Prices Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated has Y t- 4r1 r The doves are wild and scarce A big crowd went to Cincinnati Sunday Hemp cutting is on in full blast Laborers are few and hard to secure Sunday was the prettiest and most enjoyable one during the present year Ben Bright of Danville bought of Hon R L Hubble one team of mare mules Monday for 8450 Home grown watermelons are now plentiful and quite cheap You can get a good un for a quarter Some nice fish are being caught at the lake By the way the lake has been full to overflowing all summer Bro Tinder at Ford Bro Tinder left yesterday for Ford where he will conduct a meeting con tinuing ten days or two weeks Bro Tin der has a wide reputation as an evange list and temperance worker and his services are constantly sought after W CT U A very important meeting of the Womans Christian Temperance Union will be held in their room Saturday af ternoon at 230 All members are urg ed to be present The Result When the church puts as much ener gy into realizing her ideals as she now does into picturing them the world will be saved Frost Coming- A local weather prophet predicts that this locality will be visited by frost on September 15 He bases his prediction largely upon a popular be lief that the first frost will fall forty days from the date the katydids begin singing The katydids began their nocturnal concerts two weeks ago Catalogue For School The Record office has just delived to the Graded Schools a handsome 33 page catalog setting forth the course of study in each grade in fact giving a minute detail of every feature of the the work to be done at the approach ing session There are fine half tone cuts of the school buildings the court house all the churches If you wish a copy address or apply to Prof D W Bridges principal The pictures alone are worth preserving The Standard Oil Way When the city of Richmond put a license tax on various occupations to make up for the loss of the saloon license they placed a license of 75 on wagons delivering oil The Oil Company had two of these wagons but rather than pay the cense fee the company disontinued the delivery of oil and announced that any one wanting oil must come to the tank for it The Laundry a Success The Lancaster Steam Laundry is proving a great success and has to hustle to keep up with the work The work is proving entirely satisfactory and the Herndon Brothers Hock and Snag have certainly struck a good thing The bath rooms are fine and we have seen men going there who hayent been near so much water be fore in ten outwardly or inwardly Telephone the laundry and George Hatcher will be after it in a jiffy A Monster Lie Some gimbletheaded reporter has started the story that an epidemic of typhoid fever is raging in Lancaster A bigger lie was never put afloat The doctors say there is not a case of the disease in the town and we know it to be a fact When a report like this gets into the daily papers those coup try papers who run a General News colum clip it boil it down and it ap pers like one we saw in a neighboring paper like this An epidemic of typhoid fever is raging at Lancaster Now that hurts a town but there seems to way to check the news faker Thats the reason we quit running a General News column for we would often clip items and they would proye fakes The country papers are not to blame for they depend upon the daily for the General News Theres no fever in Lancaster please take notice Hetel Going Up Rapidly Thirtyfive and forty men were kept digging all of last week for the basement of the hotel The work is done and work on the concrete founda Lions is now in progress The concrete is the same as that used for the big sky scrapers in the cities is and far better than the oldtime stone and mortar The contractors Messrs Lewis Glanz brought a large force of men with them and these with allthe available help to be had in Lancaster will be used on the work The many expressions of joy from the people over the commencement of work on the hotel make sweet music to those who have labored for so many years for its rebuilding Yesterday we were talking with a wellknown and popular drummer and he said Well if I werent afraid of being ar rested as a lunatic Id walk right out into middle of that little Park get up on my knees and offer an earnest pray er for this great blessing Its we poor devils on Qthe road who are glad to see It Youll hear no more knocking on Lancaster now I t Standard lie yearseither I r r cheaper whoare and What Do They Have When a town fellow visits a country home and they set him down to a ta ble laden with hickory wood smoked hams as sweet as nectar fried eggs fresh from the chicken actory bread butter churned before breakfast milk and cream that never saw chalk or water with a score of sweetmeats and pastries and fruits and then apologize to him for not something to eat he can not help but wonder what they do have when they do have Good Prices For Ewes Stock ewes seem to be in demand Thomas McClintock Sons sold 40 head to W F Heathman at 6 per head and 35 head to Alfred Clay at 6 50 per head The same firm sold to Tom Marshal a pair of mare mules for Nearly every bunch cf export cattle in toe county has been sold and by the close of the month will have found their way to Eastern Markets This is also true of lambs but few flocks remaining in the hands of fanners Hogs have taken an upward tendency with a cor responding advancein cured meats and lard Thomas McClintocfc Sons shipped last week three double deck loads of lambs and one car of fat hogs the latter costing 5 to 6 bon News Oircuit Court The wheels of circuit court have been grinding rapidly this week Judge Bell utilizing every moment of the time in dispensing with the business One of Judge Bells many splendid customs is that of making every moment count If there is a lull for lawyers to discuss a case among them selves before going into trial Judge Bell will sandwich in some little mat ter and get it out of the way instead of leaving the wool sack and coming down into the audience to talk poli tics listen to windy yarns and kill time In other words he opens for business and there must be som thing doing all the time Ever think how much that saves to the Quite a number of 2x4 cases have been settled in this way during the week The case against Sam Jennings for killing Mace Miller occupied sever al days The jury returned a verdict of five years in the penetentiary- The case against Bill Humber for killing Policeman George Pollard last summer and who was given a new trial by the court of appeals was taken up Wednesday a special jury oeing secur ed from a venire from Mercer As we go to press the trial is in progress Good Court Day A very good size crowd was in town Monday and business was very brisk There was not very much stock on the market save mule colts and while they were as high as a cats back yet most all were sold at from 50 to 65 Owners were inclined to hold back so buyers had to come across As has been the case for the past year there was no drunkenness or disorder only again proving what The Record hay been harping on for some Messrs Beazley and Herron Lancas ter has the best most faithful and and conservative officers she has ever had As we are free from the annoy ance of an election just now thank God the chief topic of conversation was that of stock crops and business matters in general Would that all court days were such Crop Conditions Wheat threshing is completed and the yield of the wheat crop is a great disappointment to the farmers who had from the outlook in the spring ex pected a yield above the average But little wheat is on the market the farmers holding back their wheat in anticipation of higher prices The corn crop is in fairly good and is generally free from weeds The crop is backward and irregular and something less than a twothirds yield is expected Tobacco is also backward as a result of the cold wet weather of the early summer which prevented the young plants from taking growth In the fields the growers are using their hoes to a good advantage as the weeds have gained considerable headway during the past two weeks Export cattle are in steady demand and many buyers from surrounding towns have been inspecting the local herds Desirable Property J E Stqimes is fitting up another suite of flats over his drag store He has already had many applications for thembut they will be used by Dr J M Acton for offices Mr Stormes tells The Record that he Is asked every day if the present renter of his other flats on Danville street is thinking of giv ing them up but as that is the home tf ye edit r nay verily We had rath er live there than in any house in town This only goes to prove what The Record has said all if some enterprising citizen will put up a flat building he can always find good renters and that they will be occupi ed by people who will take care of the property They bring far better rent than houses and are less expensive to keep up With the present perfect of waterworks and thepsrfecth n of the drywell method any small family can live much more com fjrtably and at less expense in a flat than in a house of any other design If you have some money to invest put it in fiats each suite to contain four or lix room homemade I having companyEx sixyearold 350 centsBour taxpayers timethat- in alongthat system condition Store Will be Closed On account of Jewish Holidays our store will be closed on September ninth 9th and eighteenth 18 tf Joseph Mercantile Co Business Change As will be seen by their large ad in The Record the firm Austin and Hurt have succeeded Beazley and will run an up to date coal yard They will also handle salt lime sand cement brick feed etc and buy Corn Hay and all kinds of Grain The firm consists of Capt Thomas Austin and Mr Frazier G Hurt both splendid business men Will Admitted to Probate In the county court Monday the will of the late Lewis Y Leavell was admitted to probate He directed that Lewis L Walker be appointed as executor which Judge Ford did After making a number of bequests to cer tain heirs he directed that the residue of the estate be placed with three trustees to be named by the court as a fund for the benefit of the Lancas ter Graded Schools said fund to be in vested and the earnings thereof to be used for the school Upon recommen dation of Mr Walker the executor Judge Ford appointed Messrs B F Hud son Joel J Walker and R H Batson These were also appointed appraisers of the estate Until the estate Is fully appraised the sum going to the school funa cannot be determined We are informed that there is no any contest to the will Up Up Up Go Prices The wholesale houses handling the poor printer uses have just announced another sharp advance in prices A leadirg member in one of the largest Cincinnati paper houses told the writer last week that in one year the raw paper upon which we now print would reach five to six cents a pound almost double what it now costs Asked his reasons for this be lief he stated that what is known as the paper trust had been quietly up all the soft wood in the North West from which the paper Is made and they would have a complete on the entire crop Now this means that the newspapers will have to increase the price of the sub scription What he told us was as a friend and not to influence immedi ate purchases We have known the gentleman for ten or more years and his judgment on matters is always sound In fact he is the buyer for the house we refer to The wise thing for newspaper readers to do is pay up all arrearages and for several years in advance Let the Public Know The next Legislature will do well to pass a law to force every officer who collects money to publish a full and complete statement of all the money collected and how paid out This should be done as often as the necessi ty requires to keep the public informed of the money collected but a full aud complete statement should be when the work is completed Every public collector from the Sheriff to the Collector in all school districts should make a public statement of the work done The people want this informa tion and such a law will be of great value to the public All public officials are only the public servants of the people just the same as a clerk In the store and all their public acts should be made public especially when they handle public moneys Let the pass a strict and strong law making all public collectors of money publish a full and complete statement of such May field Messenger The Schools To Open The Lancaster Graded Schools will open September 9th As stated in a previous issue of The Record the buildings have been thoroughly over hauled every room newly painted and papered and with the able instruc tors the institution never began un der more favorable circumstances A wise move upon the part of the trus tees was that of providing ample and comfortable playgrounds for pupils A large covered portion of the prem ises will prevent much illness for as everybady knows children will run and play in the rain when there is no other place A large field has been rented and prepared for base ball foot ball tennis and other out door games This will be kept in good condition all the year These sports will be en couraged and the children be made to feel that they are going to a place of learning and pleasure instead of having that spirit of those condemned to be hung or put in prison Anybody with a thimbelful of sense knows that this move will tend to encourage the youngsters to attend the school It is the policy of the trusteesand teachers to show every kindness to the pupils but at the same time to use enough firmness to command obedience and good results in every way The faculty is as follows es A B Latin Greek Science Nickell A B English and Historj Miss Mabel Mason Mathematics Ger man Eighth Grade Miss Eliza E Smitb Sixth and Seventh grades Miss Mary Knapp West B S Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Miss Amanda Anderson Secondhand Third Grades Miss Sue A A First Grade Mrs M Belle Burnside Super visor of Music Miss Mary Knapp West Librarian I f Austin probability- of monopoly published Legislature the courtesy D W Br d S H AB P everything buying Admission to Graded Schools Those who are of legal school age and have a legal residence in theschool district are entitled to free tuition The legal residence of pupils is with their parent or parents If neither parent is living their legal residence may be with their guardian or guard ians These rules will be strictly ad hered to J S Johnson Prest A New Law What would our people think if the law provided for a fine of 100 for any one guilty of selling a spoiled egg The new Iowa pure food law is very strict and one of the provisions make it a 100 fine to sell a bad egg The farmer who brings in a lot of eggs that are over ripe and sells them at fresh egg prices cannot plead that the children gathered them up and may have accidentally put in some that were not very fresh Any kind of an old tried out egg will not count any more in the State of Iowa Amen Brother Every man should be proud of his state and his town We do not be in the mail order citizens It is better that we should baye a thous and towns than one large city If a place is good enough for a man to make his money in it certainly should be good enough for him to spend his money in The merchants have a just right to all the business of the town in which they have their stores and every good citizen will help them to do Journal Another Warning The Record has many times attention to the dangerous and silly idea of leaving horses standing on the streets Any day many may be seen and frequently runaways occur Now that one of our most useful citi zens has been seriously ly missing death from this cause probably the city officials will take some steps to avoid it Life and must be protected at any cost An old switchtail horse attached to a rig can cause more damage than can ever be repaired It seems that there are more old rattletrap conveyances in Lancaster than any town on the map What Can Be Done The reckless use of upon the highways yes right in the princi pal streets of the towns has become a nuisance that had better be looked af ter The law requires a man to be sent ahead of a traction engine in or der to protect life but these racing dangerous machines are run at from thirty to forty miles an hour without the slightest precaution in fact the occupants seldom pay any attention to a request to slow up Truth of the matter is these machines are so expen sive that only the rich can own one and not as much sense as a goose are generally driving them Its a hard proposition to tell what steps to take but we predict that be fore many moons wax and wane some fellow will whip out a big gun and shoot the head off some careless auto mobile driver Then other users of the comfortable but dangerous machines will stop and such a gift as think is in their possession The automobile has come to stay and horses will eventually get used them provided the machines in charge of drivers who will use care and precau tion when meeting or passing a con veyance Mr Hudson Painfully Injured The serious and painful injury to Mr Banks Hudson last Saturday was learned of with deepest regret by the legion of friends of that gentleman Mr Hudson who is one of the most popular and prosperous grain and hemp dealers in Central Kentucky wasstand ing in front of his office near the de pot when a horse attached to a wagon became frightened at a passing train and came tearing around the corner from the next street There Is so much noise in that vicinity and as his back was turned Mr Hudson failed to bear the horse The shoulder of the animal knocked him around in a fall ing position and the front wheel of the wagon struck him on the chin breaking the bone He was drawn to the ground and dragged some twenty feet receiving several frightful gashes about the face The wagon finally passed over him and he was left lying unconscious in the middle of the street He was hurriedly taken to bis residence on Danville street where Dr Kinnaird was on the scene almost instantly The torn flesh was sewed up many stitches being requir ed in the operation and an impression taken from which a plaster cast was made and applied to his chin Sunday morning He regained consciousness soon after the accident Dr Kinnaird ordered a trained nurse from Lexing ton and he was soon under her charge The suffering under which Mr Hudson has passed will never be known to any one save himself In order that the bone may unite he Is unable to use his chin and it is with great difficulty that nourishment is given him The accident caused great regret among our people as no man stands higher in the community or is more universally beloved This being in one of his bum est seasons the loss of time means much to him His establishment is in charge competent and men who will be at the office read tq wait upon all costonera S 30 tf ItMadisonville injurednarrow ten dollar automobiles voungmenwith thinkif experienced lieu a over- called property are S k F i MANY PEOPLE COMING TriCounty Teachers Institute t Held in Lancaster Next Week Some Three Hundred Peesfe Here All of Week The Teachers Institute for Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties will be called to order in the Methodist church in this city next Monday morning From 250 to 300 teachers will attend and be in our midst until Friday as the institute lasts that long Owing to the limited hotel accommodations the people of the town have been very generous In offering to take care of the many strangers who will be within our gates These people are the very best in the land and our citizens should and will do all in their power for the comfort and happiness of the guests They come prepared to pay their way but those who are prepared should notify either the county super intendent Miss Mittle Dunn or Miss Amanda Anderson so that assigments will be made If you are not prepared to entertain during the entire time state what you can do at once The Record suggests that a meeting of citizens be called and arrangements for some special entertainment be made ef Land Hughes and for Mrs Nannie Brown and J W Brown a farm on Poor Ridge pike containing 103 acres to A Callico for 95100 A Good Man Will Entertain This Thursday evening our good friend and brother Williams will entertain the Odd Fellows lodge at his home on Stanford pike near town Mr Williams is a bighearted wholesouled fellow and a big time is in store Big Fire At Nichelasville Nicholasville was visited by a big fire last week which originated in J H Lynes livery stable and burned half a dozen other building before it could be checked The loss was about 25 000 with 14000 insurance Williams Grimes blacksmiths lost about one thousand dollars with no insurance Promotion For Judge Burnside Judge R A Burnside who has held the position of Special Employee in the Internal Revenue servicehas been made a General Deputy Collector to have charge of the denatured alcohol matters in Kentucky The salary is much better and the work more desir able and the Judges friends are him on his good luck He assumes his new duties Sunday Mr Herring Buys Farm Rue Currey of Harrodsburg sold last week for L T J H Minor their farm of 200 acres on the Mitchellsbug pike 2 miles South of Perryville to Thomas I Herring of Garrard 285 per acre equal to cash Posses lion Nov 15th 1007 They also sold for B M Jones his house and lot in Harrodsburg to Miss Mary E Moss of Perryville Ky for 2800 cash For F P McGarvey his farm of 200 acres North of Shakertown to W H Prewltc of Whitely County for 9000 Pleasant Grove C E The Pleasant Grove Christian met at the church Sunday morning after Sunday School The meeting was led by Miss Mary Wilson subject Christ in Mexico and South Miss Addie Arnold led in prayer The Scripture lesson and then read followed by a talk by Miss Allie Dunn Some very interesting papers on Mission Work were read The next meeting will be held Sunday evening at the church at 530 oclock Subject for discussion I Can and I Cant Miss Lula Simpson will lead this meeting On Te Lexington Mr J R Mount chairman of the dem ocratic campaign committee received a letter from headquarters asking that a number of vice presidents be from Garrard county to the opening of the campaign at Lexington next Saturday The will be a rousing one and some of the best orators in the state will be present A special round trip rate will be given by the L N and a big crowd will go from here Mr Mount appointed the following gentlemen as vice presidents W G Gooch George T Farris M D Hughes J 1 Ford Robinson J T Bourne E H Walker T B Green Bouldin Ernest Woods jF Robinson Dr Elliott Jno Bogie J R Henry B F Hudson J W Euaore R L Burton Handsome purses offered by the Madison County Fair Association Richmond on stock and farm products Dates Sept 10 to 13 tf From present indications the County Fair Richmond Sept 10 11 12 and 13 promises to be the most successful exhibition held IB recent years Everything is being dose by those interested to have on this occaa slon an excellent display of stock and other products of the tara and home This will be a fair for everybody tf Al K Denny Swinebroad sold MrJohn county- at Endeavor American references were appointed attend meeting Hamilton- A D R M West rE Robinson I hs Sale congratulating Madison DENTIST I 8TKje1NkSIOiee 4- h 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 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 Now Ready Latest Styles Handsomest Designs Remember we handle nothing but the very latest Styles and will please you in both style and price You are cordially invited to see them Alexander Walker A Policy as Good as Gold- is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency 1 I am ofsacks appreciated II I I I I i FzZJra sand VeiZs S 5 JLirmW 1 jrs By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Phone No 31 Besidenee No 7anyone Fin Farm For Sal In Garni Ceunty A fine blue grass farm for sale situat ed on new near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster contain 200 acres well located in good neighborhood being of the John Walker tract with a handsome new twostory sevenroom residence there on recently completed with all out buildings and good new barn 40x60 Well watered six never falling springs and creek running through TERMS I cash in hand balance one and two from day of sale bearing six per cent interest until paid Persons for such place please M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or W 0 Wale re Stanford Ky Isabelle P and W O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf PIMM Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing e to please settle at once by note J A Jones writeE E ill cub or tf It either Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseas ed hot or full if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores neal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 41lyr School Teachers School reports approved form for sale at THE CENTRAL RECORD office Price 50cts per 100 tf ofhumors T eating CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS EdrPubr Entered at Use Pot Office in Lancaster SecondClots Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association LANDRAM Ky II Lancaster Ky August 30 1907 Life in New York is attended with some unusual perils these davs If a woman points her finger at a man he is In danger of being mobbed and now the same fate is likely to befall him if his small child sees fit to cry when he takes it out for an airing When an innocent citizen was seen carrying bis own waling baby on the street the other day some alert person raised the cry that the youngster was being kid naped and forthwith the father was at tacked by excited passersby and with difficulty saved himself from severe in jury The police took him in charge and he gained freedom only when his wife the mother of the baby was sent for It may get so that a man will not be safe on the streets of the metropolis without a badge vouching for his char aster While the legislatures of the present day are so rampant in passing laws we wish they would enact one requiring a compulsory tableetiquette educa tion Especially is this needed in ho tels and public places Last week while in a Q C dining car we were compelled to sit vis a vis to a fellow who was gnawing a long ear of corn roasting ear as they are familiarly known He scraped from end to end with the same grating sound that a carpenter files a saw A nearsighted man across the aisle thought he was using a french harp and asked him to please play Home Sweet Home The world is filled to over flowing with nuisances but the hog at the dining table is the most despised The Harrodsburg Democrat says Sham reform Is a very popular cloak for political freebooters these days Not the least of these are the railroad baiters The railroads should be regulated but not confiscated There is no demand for a twocent fare for instance except among the votecatchers What the people want is good service quick service and uni form charges Passenger rates are low enough If the railroads are mak ing large profits on it let them put the surplus into better services A New York manufacturing concern is building some trolley cars with a turnstile at the rear platform so ar ranged that but one passenger can get through at a time and must pay as he goes The exit is by the front door This not only saves fares to the but leaves the conductor free to pay some attention to the comfort of the passengers It is hardly necessary to say that this contrivance will the use of open cars Down in a neighboring county a lamp in the parlor where two lovers were seated became overheated ex ploded and the fellows hands were badly burned while extinguishing the flames Any numbskull who would court with a lamp turned high enough to make that much heat should get a scorching and a severe one too This thing of secret marriages that have long existed being revealed bv ac cadent is becoming so general that a man can never know nowadays whether he is paying his addresses to a maid or a married woman It Is not fair to the girls The report of that public utilities commission will need an appendix The mayor of Harrisville W Va an nounces that because of the profits of the citys electric light plant no city tax will be levied this year This ought to furnish some light on the subject Bishop Fallows makes strong bid for the feminine vote by maintaining that women are not more selfish than Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar pica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burnor wound or to acase of piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by McBoberts Druggist 25c 1m I r I company discourage j businessman men And vet it is noticeable that he offers no statistics as to who is paying for ice cream and soda water Chicago is talking of sending 50000 representatives to the lakestogulf meeting at Memphis want to crowd out everybody else Better send 1000 and let the other fortynine thousand be digging on the canal Now that the watermelon season is on people should be very careful while eating the delicious fruit and no seed Should they happen to such an accident the doctors would imme diately operate for appendiseedis Some nature faker has started a yarn about a Michigan farmer and his team being chased by wolves In summer too and with deer said to be so thick in the Michigan woods that they en danger the crops It is up to Judge Landis to reflect anew upon the farreaching effects of example A Venezuela judge has fin ed the Asphalt trust 20000000 ueli 1000000 in gold Not having been in touch with ac tive business so many years Mr Rocke feller will at any rate expect a band some rebate on that 29000000 A sister of the Younger brothers has reducted the family to dull by dying of injuries received in a street car accident So many false teeth have been lost in the surf there this season that City is becoming nervous about hydrophobia The ancient worthy who said in his haste that all men are liars doubtless spoke during the fishing season PAINT LICK Miss Margaret Pull ins has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Clarke En glemanMiss Jennie Totten who has been visiting her sister Mrs Jim Dunn has returned home She was accompanied by her neice Miss Madge Hughes Mr William Totten who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Clyde Pul lins for the last three months has gone to Buckeye to visit his daughter Mrs Mike Ray Mrs B F Brown Mrs T W Ballard and daughter of Whites station have returned from Lexington where they went to attend the fair Mr and Mrs Tom Hatton and Miss Sadie Rayborn came home with them BEUNA VISTA Miss Eliza Barnett has returned to her home in Mercer Miss Mary Askins has been visiting relatives at McCreary Miss Edna Mason of Lancaster opened shool here Monday Miss Nell McCann of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Virgil Scott Miss Jennie Skinner is attending Institute at Harrodsburg this week Mrs John Green and daughter Miss Bishop of Lexington have been visit ing near here Mrs John Daughety of Lexington spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Thos Christopher Mrs Caroline Barnett received word of the death of her sister Mrs Mary Blanton which occurred in Estill county recently Miss Florence Christopher leaves this week for Jamestown Exposition and Washington City She will be companied by Mrs Burgess of Bry antsvllleA heavy rain fell here last Wed nesday The waters were higher than for years Water gaps were swept away one house flooded and the pike left in a terrible condition Rev Wilburn will preach his last sermon at Mt Olivet Sunday morning Brother Welburn has been here four years and has endeared himself to many who regret he will not return after Conference The Death Angel was in our midst last Friday morning and claimed for his own Mrs Eliza Wilds She was the oldest person in this community having passed her 86th mile stone last March Mrs Wilds had been in failing health since May but her death was a shock She was noted for her cheerful i disposition and charity to many She was well prepared for the summons Funeral at Mt Olivet conducted by Rev Welburn Mrs Wilds was the motherinlaw of Mrs George Farris of Lancaster i Dothey swallow varsabout I I J j I J i commonplace Atlantic acv HYATTSTILLE Mr Sam Denny is sick Mr John Hurt is in Michigan for his healthMr Boyle and wife visited Richmond Sunday Miss Flossie Tribble has been Miss Mary Brown Mrs Jas Denney who has been quite sick is slowly improving Mrs John Baughman of Danville is visiting Mrs Luther Gibbs Misses Willie Bessie and Lillie Pierce attended church SundayMrs Rice and son of Rich mond have been visiting Mrs J L Tribble The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimouls in the conclusion that tbe general accepted limitation of human life is many years below the at tainmcnt possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that de termines its duration seems to be be tween 50 and 60 tbe proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity Naturesbest helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scienti fic tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by R E McRoberts Druggist 50c 1m REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Aug 22 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 12742 15 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2578 54 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 00 Bankinghouse furniture and fixtures 5000 00 Due from Bunks not Re serve Agents Due from State Banks and Bankers 2VJ W Due from approved reserve agents 74815 Checks and items 60 3i Notes of other National Banks 580 uu Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 10S 77 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Legaltender notes 1415 00 8702 OU Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL a t 7 in- LIABILITIES stock paid in Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 708974 National Bank notes outstanding 50COO 00 Due to other National Banks 6024 49 Due to State Banks and Bankers Sll S3 Individual deposits subject to check 1774 03 Certified Checks 178 15 Reserved for Taxes 810 70 TOTAL a 973 i STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAFRAED ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief B F HUDSON Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of August 1907 S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest I at McCreary OF THE No2Sse Si till uo I 50000 00 Surplus fund 10000 00 visiting 8 24 its 7Z 7J7 J J WALKER T 31 ARNOLD J S JOHNSONr Lime Sand Cement Brick Feed We will pay the HIGHEST market price for CORN and HAY and all kinds of GRAIN Now is the time to have before yov go into the field We have In stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for AH 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 See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them Conn Bros Frisbies 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 Frisbtes Drug Store your Binders audMours harvest constantlyadding 1 I I I Ii I I I I l f Repaireff I r WI Thomas Austin Frazier G Hurt Successors to Austin 15I1I4 I EE IE 1 Beazley I COAL PfcinelO I Directors REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL No 1493 OF LANCASTER KY AT The Close of Business RESOURCES Loans and discounts I135J3 45 Overdrafts secured and unsecured USf 70 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 22s50 47 furniture and fixtures 7000 00 Due from National Banks sot reserve agents Due from State Banks and Bankers 924 85 Due from 65995 20 Notes of other National Banks 2090 00 13 61 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANS viz Specie Legaltender notes 58000 00 84W 00 Redemption Fund with Treas urer circulation 2500 00 Total t300 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 5000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 11129 W National Bank Notes Outstanding 50000 00 Due to Other National Banks 7366 34 Due to State Banks and Bankers 312 32 Individual deposits subject to check 169475 03 Certified checks 154 50 Reserved for Taxes 2497 4G Total 30093529 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD sa I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to of my and belief Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of August 1907 J II KINNAIRDNotary OTTER DAN K An 22 1907 Bankin 3800 01 reserve agents Fractional 00 U S 29 fund 10000 ao S C DENNYCashier CORRECTAttest f 6456 A R DENNY J E STOBMES AC ROBINSON I DIrectors J J WALKEK President ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY J CAPITAL Is SUKPLCS I M B P HUDSOV Cashier W O RIONKY A tCashr C D WAUOK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSOK R F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A SandersJ I J I AUSTIN HURTa Vice Prest J s JOIlSSOS COil I Phone 104 I 1907 by Han Schaffner W Marx lIE Copyright SJilJB Maybe Realize The Business Value of being well dressed everybody doesnt It grows out of the fact that people have to judge your ability and stand by the way you look until you give them something else to judge by That means that were in a position to increase the business value of in this town weve got Hart Schaffner Marx clothes for you and if you live up to your looks in these clothes youll be a sure success in business JrapjO t e i liWg 1I- l You everyman STOREWhite Elephant Smith Herring School Ladies Fine Shoes SMITH HERRING Next Door to Citizens National Bank Jim Smith Shoes and Suits IFR Boys e GENTS fURNISHINGS Herring i Fisher Personal MentionI = = John Ray of Lexington was here the past week Mrs J R Mount is visiting relatives in Louisville and LaGrange Mr and Mrs Johnson Price spent sev eral days at Dripping Springs Miss Leila Grant of Danville is Mr and Mrs Edwin Price Mrs Della Arnold has returned from a visit to relatives in Perryville Mrs Mary Letcher of Nicholasville is visiting Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor Mrs John Earl of Falmouth has peen visiting Miss Amanda Anderson Mrs Mary Frisbie and Miss Lizzie Brown were visitors in Danville Tues day Miss Mellie Hopper of Hustonville has been visiting her aunt Miss Jane HopperMr K Kirby has returned from a visit to the West He went via Law renceburgMrs Frisbie and son Hudson have joined her husband for a visit to the Lakes Mrs Thomas Walker and children have returned from a visit to Nicholas ville relatives Little Miss Marie Ballard has return ed from a delightful visit to relatives in Bryantsville Misses Martha and Helen Gill have returned from a delightful stay at Lake Chatauqua Mr Chas Hoeing of Cincinnati has joined his wife for a visit to Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney Misses Margaret and Annell Tom linscn have returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Mrs J H McDowell and little daugh ter Eliza Lusk of Biloxi Miss are with Garrard relatives Lexington Herald Mr James Den ny left yesterday morning visit to relatives in Lancaster Mrs Lusk of Hustonville and Mrs Mary Lusk McAtee of Baltimore are guests of Mrs H C Kauffman Mr J W Arnold wife and son Hen ry of Richmond are expected this week to visit Mrs J S Johnson Little Miss Kay Barnes Browning of Lexington is visiting her grandpar ents Mr John Anderson wife Mrs Alex Walker has returned from the cities where she attended the Fall Openings and purchased her fall mil lineryDanville Branham Beazley of Stanford has been spend lug a few days this week with Mr John S Baughman Mrs Joe Esener and children left Wednesday for her home in West Virginia after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs N Miller Mrs Emma Gregory has been quite ill at the home of her sister in for the past three weeks She is much improved and hopes to return home this week Mr Joe Falconer of Middlesboro was here the past week He was home by his mother Mrs Mollie Falconer why will make her home with him It is with regret we note the inten tion of Mr Alex Beazley and family to remove to California They have resid ed inLancaster for some time and have made many friends who dislike very much for them to leave MrBeazleys health has not been good and it is on this account that they make the changeStanford Journal Mr J X Duncan and Miss Jennie Duncan of Lancaster were here Saturday to Judge B C Warren who is improving Misses Mattte Lee aad Ethel Walter ef Lancaster visited friends tires here Misses Lizzie Simpson of Garrard and Sara Cook of are at Petogky Mich visiting for a AdvocateMr Charleston Winchester accompanied and rela see Hubble Lexington S Miss Duerson of Richmond is Mrs J S Johnson Miss Eliza Smith is spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Rev and Mrs J H Williams are visit ing relatives in Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs Charles Davis are spend ing several weeks in Louisville Frank B Marksbury has returned from a business trip to Chicago Miss Emma VanSIckle of Danville is the guest of Miss Lucy Gregory Joe Burnside has returned from a ten days stay at Dripping Springs Miss Nora Phillipps of Stanford has been visiting Mrs G M Patterson Miss Bruce Pumphrey left this week to visit relatives in Ohio Indiana and IllinoisMessrs Jack Route and Harry Hig gins of Stanford were visitors here SundayMrs Hamilton has moved in the Falconer property recently purchasedMiss Thurmond of Somerset is visiting Mrs U D Simpson Rich mond avenue Messrs Yates Hudson Virgil Rice and B GFox of Danville were visitors here Monday Mrs Patsy Kinnaird and Mrs Mariah Kirby are guests of Mrs W R Burnside of Barbourville Our sanctum was honored by a call from Bro Ed Walton of the Interior Journal Monday Clay Pumphrey has returned home from several weeks visit to his sister in Hamilton Ohio Mr and Mrs McMurray of North Carolina have been guests of Dr and Mrs J A Amon Mr and Mrs James H Ware of Mid dlesboro have been guests of his Mrs R E McRoberts Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville were guests of her mother Mrs Rebecca West Sunday Miss Clara Mensch has returned to her home in Hamilton Ohio after a visit to Miss Bruce Pumphrey Mr and Mrs L H Hudson of Florida were here to see their son Mr Banks Hudson who continues very ill Miss Bessie Brewer and Brewer of Lebanon have been their aunt Mrs Terrill Middlesboro W H Kin naird of Lancaster will arrive next week to visit her sons W J and A M KinnairdMisses and Hannah Aldridge of Stanford who have been guests of Bryantsville relatives are now guests of Mr and Mrs J R Haselden Richmond Climax Misses Tommie Cole Covington Cede Burl Million of this city Mary Elmore of Lancaster and Cecil Thorpe Robert Chenault and Chas Powell left yesterday to join a house party at Mr and Mrs Herbert Scrivners in Winchester Hon Ed Hopper one of the most widelyknown men outside public life in many states has been spending some time with his sister and brother Miss Jane and John Hopper in Lancaster Mr Hopper is a gentleman of fine char actet and a genuine good fellow His visit was greatly enjoyed by his legion of friends Harrodsburg of the prettiest dinner parties of the summer was that given last week to Miss Mar tha Thompson and her guest Miss Mary Eloise Hughes by Judge and Mrs W C Bell The table was laid and the menu included the choice edibles of the season Miss Martha Thompson with guest of at her right made a most hostess while Judge and Mrs Bell presided opposite with cordial dignity which she Avery sister sister Lillian visit- Ing Layton RecordMrs I I all round HeraldOne visiting beautifully honor delightful a and grace Four couples from the junior society made the party com pleteMiss Rella Arnold is visiting in London Miss Dora Price of Barbourville is the guest of Miss Katie L Conn Miss Mabel Crutchfield is attending the Nicholasville fair and will visit in Nicholasville before returning Rev Thos H Campbell of Rockville Md paid us a most enjoyable visit this week He is here on his vacation and visiting at his fathersinlaw Hon John Mr Campbell has had charge of the Baptist church in Rockville since leaving Lancaster some years ago and is now doing much work in establishing new churches and in evangelical work there He is a splendid man a true Christian man and a citizen of worth to any community Harrodsburg Herald Judge and Mrs W C Bell gave a lawn party Fri day evening in honor of their attrac tive daughter Miss Martha Thomp son and her guest Hiss Hughes daughter of Congressman Hughes cf West Virginia Judge and Mrs Bell received the guests in the hall and Miss Thompson Miss Hughes and Mr T C Bell formed the receiving line in the front parlors The house decorated in palms ferns and cut flowers and the lawn was beau tiful with myriads of Japanese lights The table was an attractive presided over by Miss Katherine Cluke Delicious refreshments were served and the hours passed very pleasantly with music and conversa Business Items New Cards at Frisbies Drug Store tf Buy your Toilet Articles at Frisbies Drug Store 817tf Crepe Paper in all shades at Frisbies Drug Store x 8 16 tf Our Soda Water is Get the best is the Kokomo W J Romans No better rake made than McCor mick Mount Elkin For Sale 150000 good brick Swope three miles from La Lexington pike Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Ruberoid Roofing the roofing that wears Haselden Bros Oil stoves that give satisfaction 2t Haselden Bros Have your harness repaired and we can make them most good as new 2t Haselden Bros Do you want a Hay Baler The Inter national does the work quick 20 to 25 Bales per hour Mount See W J Romans if you want the best mower or hay rake at a bargain Mulfinger Turner want some good country meat 8 30 tf Something new in Hay Balers price will surprise you Mount Elkin Deering mowers and hay rakes at W J Romans Ring 181 and see bow soon or der for Groceries V 5 31tf Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros See our new line of Elgin and Walt ham watches Selling cheap tf Morrow and McRoberts We are agents for the famous Schraffts candies the best on the market 2t Gill Walker Simpson Fin Seed Wheat For Sal I have some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale Perfectly clean From threshing reports it has proven better in quality and yield than any other Price per bushel tf JA Doty Turner have opened a firstclass meat market near depot You will get the bestif you with then K West I J frappe feature tion lib Frisb Store fencethat App Phone 19 I 2t ur MO I 8 3Otf l I f relatives was elaborately ofPost delicious e D S ter on tf I I I I I I will delivered Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffiier T Marx A Full and Complete Line of PictardsHandPBIHted S 12 I CHINAJust Thit is the finest china in the United States I i Morrow aM6Roborts I x DD m m oomm m 0e 0 hand painted m t 6 = r 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 Buggies Buggy Harness Deering BindersJ Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS CASTOR iA The SiBcL You Have Always Bought and which has been IB use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since itsinfancy Allow no one todeceive youinthis All Ceutoerfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Emitsthat trifle with and endanger the health of T i tff and Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA tAt ia a termless substitute for Castor OH Pare eerie Drops as Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It cetaiBB neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic sahstaace Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms sad allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Itrelieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nod Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Mothers FriendThe Childrens Panacea GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Signature of The EM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt CCWTMM eOMMMV TT MUHIIAV BTUCCT NCW VOMK CITY I I 1 ar9 9f7 THE National Bank Of Lancaster Caitll50JOOO Slrlls 10000 a R DENNY Presideat J E STORMES lice Prest S C DENNY Cashier F RobInson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DmSfTOR8 Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny J WE WILL t S forSafctyDc Ye Solicit Your Businea THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 19O5 NATHANIEL WHITAKER of Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble 4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so BY Bead what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1906 Ihave one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seve 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 truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I bw persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any bUd can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky v I WH the first in tins county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleMtd with itand would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate Iadvise every ORe that needs a good gate to buy one they are all right Sold by Forest Calico Jb Bra McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY KtehiBOBd Kentucky Gouty Mi 8UU rights for Ml t T O HilL given 4 Montgomery County Tobacco A Mt Sterling notice says Ar rangements have been made whereby all the tobacco pledged to the Society of Equity in Mongomery county will be received at the warehouses in Chester and mouey advanced on the crop This applies to all tobacco in bulk and not to that which has been prized by out side parties One half of the graded value or the crop will be advanced in cash as soon as the tobacco is hauled and turned over to the Clark County Board of Control Thousands of pounds of the weed will be hauled to Winchester this week Endorsed By The Country The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friends of my fami ly 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 lm I Bees Died from Overwork The beeman as he gently removed a tawny cluster of bees from his beard said Above all things never set a near an arc light If you do your bees will die of overwork within a week An arc light emitting a powerful illumination was put up last spring near my beehives The night it was put up the bees mistaking its light for daylight worked like beavers though dead tired When the dawn came and the light was extinguished the bees quite worn out turned in but lo in a few min utes the sun was shining and out the poor bedraggled little creatures again for no bee will consent to pass the daylight hours in idleness They got through the day somehow and at dusk after 36 hours of unneces ing toil they once more turned in Alas the arc light began to hiss and glow again and the poor bees worn to shadows bent pallid staggered forth for another round of labor They were all dead by the end of the of overwork every mothers son of 0 Times DemocratCost of Cotton Picking It requires something like 1500000 cotton pickers each picking too pounds of seed cotton an average for each picker and working 100 days to pick a 10000000bale crop Of course some pick more than 100 pounds of seed cotton and some less There are days when on account of rain no cotton can be picked The average of 100 pounds a day for 100 days is not far wrong as an estimate of the pickers work At 60 cents a hundredweight the cost of picking a bale of cotton is 9 At 75 cents a hundredweight the cost is 1125 a bale Therefore the cost of picking the entire crop will range somewhere between 90000000 and 112000000 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 lm For Sale For Rent Tenant house also corn crop if desir ed to a man with small family easy terms Apply at once to Mrs Lizzie McCarley 2 miles on Crab Orchard pike Fine Jersey Bull I will stand my fine Jersey Bull a yearling t my home 6 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike at one Dollar Money due when service ren dered J W Hill 712 6t McCreary Ky For Rent For the year 1908 One twostory ten roam 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 to J M Orand Lancaster 816lm Bids Wanted Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned until September 7 1907 for the construction of ONE MILE OF TURNPIKE beginning at Mt Hebron church and running North toward Lock No 8 Said pike to be constructed of rock Right reserved to reject any and all bids For specifications etc call on the undersigned J M Vanderpool Samuel Duncan 2t Henry Montgomery Public Sale I will sell to the highest bidder on SEPTEMBER 12 1907 Ramseys farm 2 miles south Paint Lick the following described 1 two year old stud by Kentucky out of a Red Squirrel mare 6 good mares 1 to 3 yrs old 16 two yr mare mules well broke mules 3 mares 3 horses 6 four yr mare mules 10 good steer calves Poland China boar shoats 1 good cow 300 bales of good timothy 25 bbl old corn 3 goats 25 stock 2 1 binder and some farming All sums under tlO cash in Sums over 910 on credit of 4 months with good note negotiable payable at Peoples Bank Paint Ky bearing 6 per cent interest Sale begins at 930 a m Jr W P Prewitt auctioneer 2t I beehive hurried weekvictims themN JerseyPhone U Apply at Dr B of stock young old 6 one yr old old 5 milk hay hogs hand and Lick from date Yin Artist implements R E McRouEUTS Prest J W ELMOUE Cashr- J C EUBANKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashi The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It Is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The latest Improved Proof vault 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 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 lr particularly business H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook H T Logan J R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton Lancaster Greenhouse U J I I I rs ssssssssesssssIesessssssssssususspssesssssssssssss eee SM F I III 0 I w I E I R s I CARD FROM LEADINGDRUGGISTS Liberal Offer to Treat Worst Case of Catarrh To the Editor We have such an unusual offer to make to your readers one that will be of the greatest value to them that we hope you will give this letter prominent location For some time we have had an opportunity to watch the results following the use of Hyomei a for catarrh that cures by breathing medicated air absolutely without any stomach dosing The have been so remarkable that we feel justified in making a public offer to treat the worst case of catarrh with the if Hyomei does not cure it will cost absolutely nothing People who have spent a great deal of money with catarrh deriving but little benefit have seen almost immediate good results from the use of Hyomei and con tinued treatment with this remedy has resulted in a complete and last ing cure The complete Hyomei outfit costs only 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vestpock et a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Should this not be enough for a cure extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents t Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and we guarantee the treatment will cost nothing unless it cures Yery truly yours R B McRoberts Druggist Public Sale Thursday Aug 29 1907 at 1 oclock at my place on pike 5 miles west of Lancaster I will sell the following property 100 acres of unimproved land all in grass milk cows 3 heifers 53 good stock ewes 2 brood mares with mules atside 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 diY of sale T I Herring Marksbury Ky treatment results understanding- that Ispecial- ists I remember On Lexington f Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Roses BEDDING PLANTS- A little of every thing Come and see CUT FLOWERSF- or all occasions I can save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS All Kinds Now Ready John ChristmanProp Phone 157 r II I IlIIl I I I t Ii I I J E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment r I conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 850000 DIRECTORS J M COY R G GUYN I B WOODS ARNOLD J S BURROWS EL WOODS R L W C FISH t Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance SELLING OUT Quit Business 10000worth General Merchandise all to go at cost for reasons known to ourselves We have decided to make a change and for this reason we offer our entire stock at cost I consists of Clothing Shoes BootsHat Caps Dry Goods Hard ware and Furniturea- ll 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 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 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 Farm For Rent This farm is situated on theBuckeye pike one and one half miles from Lan caster and contains 241 acres of pro ductive land it is well watered and well fenced Tbe 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 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 2t Ky I TO best I Band RtJobers grail buildings Lancaster More Than 25000 in Prizes A State Fair riifcea has tile backing af the of lesiHcky Its trophy with a Kg aside from the sumey that acceapaaies it Lowest Rates by Rail and River You Just Cant Afford to Miss It Ceae sad king all the folks and the attendance will Be swelled ta the awch desired figure a millioa ia six great days See ear aew aad sew buildings costiag 275M steel sad ceacrete graM taM exkikitwm tiaras fastest trot tiag track ia the Trettiag Facing laaaiag laces Daily Aa aanseawat prograa raaawg way late thousuds af iaHars salted with aa exhihitiea plan aver before attempted SEPT16211907 LOUISVILLE Kaaiesshae ia his passengercarrying afrsaia tic Barrel af the ceatory witk daily flights and ia the air by a searchlight Ballooa most exciting of aerial sports tad a captive kallooaSeasatieaal acrobatic acts free each And the worlds greatest living color page e aaiasemeat eater Paias famous Haaaattaa Beach fire works and the gigaatic spectacle of VesaviHS actual reprtdactio f the aweiaspiriag calamity of given nightly ia the iafield ia frost of the grand stud Three concerts daily by Natiello and his band of fifty artists from the Land of Music Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by Legislature and is givea under the auspices of the board of fWrite fur catalogae sad illustrated descriptive book 1 E HUGHES Secretary lomisville I a gnHs CaL and a aigkt ride racesthe I MIr tioa 1906 premier Ute Seatscky Keatscky State e f aloe e carter aaetb day j l Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of K4 11 44 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instant ly When fed as a preventive it is the best I have ever used Will Coomes 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 Aerees King Fox 74165 have this thoronglibre Jersey Bull and desire to call the attention of lie to the fact that he is REGISTERED and o the very finest type to be found He i by TrInity Fox imported from the Island an exceptionally event for the Island as his sire Flying Fox for years was first His down was an exceptionally tIne cow giving in one year pounds Another sister out of his dam was second prize cow over England in 190J He will stand at 2 payable at time of Ringeither of us for lather information JW Swaeney E F Pierce CASTORIAfor Kind You Have Always Bovgfct Bears the y T T Signature Uf4f77CCA4 KILL THE COUCH ANn CURE THE LUNCS Bardstown We the service The I I pub prizewinner I W1TH Dr Kings FOR oucNsOLDS We reef PRICE Trf I OK XOXKT REFUNDED Eat What You Like Dont Starve or Diet bat Hse Jlioaa and Cure Your Stomach Troubles The average treatment of stomach troubles consists of a rigid diet list which often half starves the patient Of course it would be foolish for who knows that some foods are positively harmful and poisonous to continue eating them even while the Miona treatment but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it i is not necessary to starve or diet if t Miona is faithfully used a tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the cure of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and strength ens the organs so that they are able to digest any food that is eaten with out fear of distress If you suffer from loss of appetite belching of gases sour taste in the mouth tongue severe pains in the of the stomach depression of spirits bad dreams lack of energy a stomach cough offensive breath headaches back aches loss of strength and weight you can be that these troubles are all due to imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by taking a Miona tablet before each meal and soon you will gain in weight strength will return and your food will give nourishment so that the rich red blood will carry good health to every part of the system We have so much confidence in the power of Miona to cure troubles and resulting ills that we give a guarantee with every tent box to refund the mosey ualesa it cures R E McRoberts Druggist AlII ALL I r assured I I 5 TIIROATANS LUNCTMIUNES GUARANTEED SATISFAtTTOIC anyone following furred region I stomach STATE NORMAI Have you received an appointment to the Fall Term of If not see your County at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys schools If you have not seen the new write a postal card request for one todayAddress R N ROARIC Prest Richmond Ky d rDisMsos In Cvory It Is the function of the kidneysto flltogj and purify the blood which i coMtantljl passing through them When the kidneys are oatof order tk rather organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons ef ht zt trouble stomach and liver trouble ailments which are all owing ta tfef kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick F toy NiftyBur will strengthen and up tlM worn out tissues of the kidneys then will act properly and the symptom weakness heart stomach and UT trouble will disappear and will restored to perfect health NOW TO FIN mrr You can easily determine if your kf toys are out oforder by setting aside foff M hours a bottle of the urine passe upon arising If upon examination k if cloudy or milky or has abrfckdust Iment or small particles e t aSMnt i itS four kidneys are diseased and Ftltqr CHT ahouId be taken at F toys KUMy Curtis plffuaitt take and acts directly upon te partq affected and you begim to feel keMsf once It corrects slight disorders ia a fart days and it has cured many ebedosM after ether treatment had fan sectors SaW He WMM e i Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa wri After for two years wkk best physicians in sad worse the doctors advised ms if gad any business to attend to IIu tc attend to it at once as I ceaU possibly lire another moatk as there o cure for me C i for it and after three bottles be gan to get better aad coatfsaeA t k fteve until I was entirely well R E McRob rts Druggist 1 I Superintendent J catalog j KIDNEYCURE 1 De IL TO a o eaus lit Waynesb I III byafrieadItaking tJi A r the StateNormal rural CllrsKM s sad i I FrisMar P Har Kilo TtaNd Nt KwNOW FIND OuT another i a you rids y lat etlr b l- Teen Suss Ne rd W t f M