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THE CENTRAL RECORDEIGHTXEXTH rot LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 0 24 i 1407 FRESH CAR Ox Guano Fertilize I JUST RECEIVED Our Prices are the Lowest I No Better Fertilizer Made j Superior and Kentucky j Wheat Drills With Latest Improvement at the right prices jS Haselden Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware i 3Mmmm mmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I i E E E eoeeeOOO8 E E a a mmmm mmm mm J s rw 1 r r ra- E a E 1 4 or 1 1 o JAfJeazletJ Undertaker Arterial Cavity Eofcataiig Office on Danville Street IIIIIIII I I aid FULL LINE OF CASKETS AKD BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK I Ief 1 f fff n TI ff B L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Once over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R Law WmHerndon Ben D Herndon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Storms drug store rl I We are pow 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 e 0 r 7 xs t ax FI y Tell your friends about the Madison County Fair hour days of continual pleasure for those who attend Sept 10 to 13 tf Little Leonard Smith the 8 year old son of W R Smith of Marksbury who was badly bitten by a dog last week is slowly improving Work on the new hotel is rapidly the concrete foundation being almost complete and all neces sary material being on the ground Miss Julia Reid has moved her dress making establishment to rooms at Mrs Lee Browns on Lexington street where she will be glad to have all her customers call to see her Rev J 1 Walton of Boone county has just closed a protracted meeting at Wallaceton which lasted fifteen days and during which there were fiftyone additions to the church for ty seven of whom were baptised Notable Dates From Sunday evening until Monday evening was the Jewish New Year and the 18th inst will be Yon Kippur or the Jewish Day of Atonement two notable dates in the Jewish year Public Speaking Hon S W Hager Democratic Nomi nee for Governor of Kentucky will ad dress the citizens of Garrard County at the Court House in Lancaster on Friday September 13 07 at 2 oclock p m The public is cordially invited to be present Ladies specially invited Some Good Singing The quartette from Berea who did such delightful singing at the teach ers institute was composed of Messrs Ralph Rigby Will C Gamble Geo G Dick and John Henry Their visit was greatly enjoyed by the teachers as well as by the public We trust they will make another visit to Lan caster in the near future Richmond Fair Saturday The Richmond Climax says On ac count of the rain yesterday the direc tors of the fair decided to run the fair through Saturday In consequence of this change childrens day which was to have been Thursday has been postponed until Friday and on that day all children under twelve years old will be admitted for 15cts Instead of Friday being the last day the fair will not close until Saturday afternoon Died In Indianna Mrs Mary Allen wife of W L Allen died at her home in Anderson Ind on last Wednesday morning at an early hour She had been a sufferer for some weeks She was a member of the Christian Church and hire her afflic tions with fortitude She leaves a husband and seven children who accompanied the remains to its last resting place in Paint Lick Ceme tery Mr and Mrs Allen were former residents of this county and bore the respect of all who know them McCrearys Opinion In an interview at Washington Sen ator McCreary said that the entire Democratic ticket from Governor to Commissioner of Agriculture will be elected When asked about the presi dential race he said although it is Democrats are discussing the con test with much interest He gave it as his opinion that Kentucky cast her votes in the nominating con ventlon in 1908 and at the November election for William Jennings Bryan and he said many Kentuckians were in favor of a Southern man for Vice President Takes Charge of Barytese Mines Mr Askew Hurt who has had charge of the barvtese mines in this county was transferred to South Carolina last week where he will have charge of the companys business there The work here will be in charge of Messrs Joe Peak Sam Jesse and Hughes Aldridge The company wants all the barytese they can get as the Garrard county article is better than can be found else where so we are told Mr Hurt made many friends while in Lancaster who trust he will come back soon Tobacco Crop Being Housed In every county in Central Kentucky planters are busy cutting tobacco and housing it Indications are that the crop will be short owing to the poor seasons There is much late tobacco and the scarcity of hands the cool nights which cause the tobacco to be brittle until late in the morning are greatly retarding the harvest the crop From everywhere comes the cry of scarcity of labor and the farmers find themselves face to face with a labor crisis of alarming proportion with apparently no relief in sight Theyre Causing Trouble Work on the new hotel has been greatly handicapped and delayed bv reason of strikes by some of the hands The ones who have caused the most trouble are receiving 150 a day but they continue to want more If will stop and consider for a moment they will remember that the people of the town put up the money to build the house without charging a cent of interest It is a public improvement which has caused great trouble and worry to get and work hands who are getting living wages should take hold and help build it Instead of pulling back would f progressing early they sk Eld F M Tinder will fill his pulpit in Lancaster next Sunday at the usual hours Some Fine Ones W B Burton and Mack Hughes ship ped a car load of fine horses to Rich mond this week to show at the fair From there they will be shipped to the State Fair at Louisville to be shown Sunset Meeting On next Sunday evening the Chris tain Endeavor of Pleasant Grove will have a Sunset Meeting beginning promptly at 5 oclock The meeting will be held on the church lawn Everybody invited Fine Jersey Cows R E Henry will be here from Athens Tenn last of this week with a of extra fine Jersey cows which will be sold at a very reasonable price If you want one of these cows telephone Solon Henry at Lancaster Cemetery Names Wanted Prof Lippard wants the names at once of all the young people interested in entering the Lancaster Business College Three more needed to secure the opening Nothing pays like a thorough business education Address Prof Lippard Richmond Ky 4t Example of Industry- A certain young woman near Mc Creary has unaided woven 100 yards of rig carpet and picked and sold 235 gallons black berries beside doing all the house work for herself and moth er Dont all you old bachelors come at once Graded Schools Opens The Schools Monday morning with a larger than ever before on opening day Religious services were conduct ed and quite a number of friends cf the institution were present The school was never in better condition and with the able teachers there is no doubt of great good being accomplished during the session Bro Tinders Successful Meeting Rev F M Tinder has just closed his meeting at Ford which was a most successful one both in point of con yersions and awakening of interest The cowds were so large that meetings for the women had to be held in after noon and those for men at night There were 53 additions to the church In a note to The Record office he says I am anxious to get home I want to see my people and be with them in their troubles May God bless you all and lead us to His glory George T Arnold Dead After an illness lasting for several weeks George T Arnold died in this morning While he had been in bad health for some time yet there was nothing serious until ashort time ago when he grew rapidly weak er The deceased was one of the best known men in the county having come from one of the most prominent families and residing here all his life He was a genuis having invented sev eral articles that attracted wide atten tion There is no doubt that the man who invented the car couplings now required by law to be placed on all rail way cars got his idea from a coupling Mr Arnold invented and which he lost by some trickery practiced nold in the sale thereof He is sur vived by five boys and three girls He was a clever hearted man and liked by all who knew him Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery Monday afternoon Rev J H Williams officiating Get Togethe- rIt has been said that every little country village has an amoition to be come a trade center and a boom city with no special natural features or ge ographical advantages Under such conditions whatis most needed is some enterprise on the part of its local They must make the first ad vance in the uncertain field of develop went They must capitalize small factories and see that they are kept employed When the local business is finally developed and proves to world that they are successful then outside enterprises will be sure to step in and enjoy your prosperity with you Just like a fellow who finds a favorite fishing hole and catches fish and all the other fishermen who see that he is catching will drop their hooksright by the side of the lucky fisherman The business men of any town should stop talking and hoping for others to do something for the town They should get together themselves and prove to the world that they have a money making town No outsider will want to fish in our swimming hole until we prove that we can catch fish Watch For Right Wagon We call the attention of the public to the fact that if they want their work done by the Lancaster Steam Laundry they must watch for our wagon It is in charge of George Hatcher Well call for your work but be sure and give our wagon and not that of some one elseHerndon Bros Rev J C Holmes the prospective Pastor will preach at Lancaster Bap tilt church next Tuesday evening Sept 17at 730 All membersare to be presentJ Chairman Pulpit Committee LancasterGraded opened city Sunday on Mr Ar childrentwo capital the into carload attendance requested To Mammoth Cave Lowest rate ever named 81265 from all stations on Kentucky devision from Stanford to Richmond Sept 26th This amt will include the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel from arrival for supper until after break fast of the third day also the long and short rates in the Cave including special side trip to see the ruins of Karnak or great Mammoth dome Through coach on regular morning train See L N Agent 9 63t The School Improvement League Miss Belle Bennett of Richmond organized The School Improvement League in Garrard county The ob ject of this League is 1 To arouse interest in the educa tional conditions problems and work 2 To interest the people of the county in the improvement of their schools 3 To establish a local league in every school district In the county Miss Amanda Anderson President Miss Eliza Ison Vice President WI Williams Treasurer and Secretary From present indications the Madi son County Fair Richmond Sept 10 11 12 and 13 promises to be the most successful exhibition held in recent years Everything is being done by those interested to have on this occas sion an excellent display of stock and For Sale Cheap One good milk cow and calf nice and harness two buggy poles harrow two plows one horse wagon some bee hives a square piano and some other house hold goods 6 W A Beazley 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 T J HOOD I homeThis carriage I1tt xtttt tttttttttttttttttttttttttt tttttt tttttti- i DENTIST j Office at residence Danville St M K Denny wii I I z4tt nn tttt nn ttmtt ntt tttt tt ttigtta tt tt tt tt DENTIST II Office over Herndons jewelry storeI 1 Now is the time to have your Birders andMowers ReDaired before yov go into the har vest field We have in stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machines and better equidped than anyone 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 dons We carry a larger stock of material than anyone and constantlyadding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them 6onn are Bro FamousShoe The The Red School House Is made for school boys and girls who must have GOOD shoes at a moder ate price WE Guarantee to fit school feet perfectly and if we can sell you these shoes for the same for which you can buy inferior ones and ifthey will wear longer than other ones and give you bet ter satisfaction dont you think it is to your interest to sare money by buying Red School House Shoes Look for The Little Red School House It Is The Best H T LOGAN Lancaster Kentucky price A j jt y s Q i I mss r Iam 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 B E MCROBERTS Prest J W ELMOKK Cashr J C EUBANKS Vice Prest B L BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashi The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED ItIB the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirenent of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Ik latest tafwei lug Volt aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated DIRECTORS I I appreciated iKy r S Lancaster J B Sanders T A Lear W W L B Cook H H Herndon Lawson H T Logan J B Haselden I M Dunn T J Price EL Woods Banks Hudson B L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton E L W 4s Prest W C riD Vice Prest W G Keat er Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED V I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 850000 1 OBaIDi WOODS JL COY L G GUYN- J B RL ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS XL WOODS WCFI8H Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance More Than 25000 in Prizes I A r a 1 fIt Lwest Ltes J Lit liver I Y Cut AUr t Miss Itl- t IV wII a Mz lee eaNe i I sl Mnr r SEPTl 21t90X CIIL 11dally syiWw a it I ACt W alii st nIT an 1 na TMw 0 1 eo fliry lIt lu 3s Ear aMaa s s ktcti g1 Its w atilt 1- Erby W k ply wI1i a MC alas aiM ins Ik sty tMl Il and Jst W dw i li1 and lie star M sw id- ri acbJsKd fig e tud aI1M M reM days assaliaC 275INte l Mts Mal Kit Nagldtiia wddl- Tait lhcW lMaa 1Ic 11171 l- 4al d irseriyway ka MtSak dsillii- lta isd w1 r i 1 ap1r bliarsN 1t 1 i A1- L I LOUISVILLE t i iaaka k ak sl Si aIR niik i sad aykt dds Mieirisikiiya 1 ai dlKC adal Idy sad a sNM- 1s 1 yl dwwelti gds udltvl g pigs iri-M ihia Mta Ma1iMa idr eta weeks W lie c- apetarkeallia i1 VMSM abed NssacM- si aliq1 ayWy kt w ir- lakaaltt tiegr c itK day by 1Iatlw adW ptsie b d ii city aallda tuli 1iM1 Nasl t1Lri iaiskt 31aN wrd k dwialcky fit artd lie aaapisasi 3W sill aMMi isIpiNili Luany a1k y CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Natter Member Ky Press Association p r Lancaster Ky September 13 1907 In Mrs Ivy H Beazley died Aug 31st 1907 after three weeks illness of complication of diseases The sub ject of this sketch was born Jan 17 1867 consequently was 31 years old She was the youngest child of the S A Hill In the autumn of 1876 was married to R H Beazley and hi with three small children are left grieve for a loving wife and mother She also leaves two brothers T O J W Hill and one sister Mrs Walker and her mother whose grief was ful to see She joined the church at Buckeye when just womanhood and has been a consistent member not only in up to the tenets of the church but every day life following the of the Master It was our sweet ure to know her from childhood during these years she was ever thi embodiment of gentleness and piety During her school days shi was quiet yet proficient just but er harsh If she ever gave a word to a play mate we never knew i and this same beautiful spirit charac terized her whole life This embraces it all She was good was delicate from childhood and he loved ones must find consolation ii this thought the frail body is now frei from pain in a land that is than day The corruptible has pu on incorruption and Gods own has re ceived His promised reward Th remains were laid tarest it the Lan caster cemetery and the long funera cortege was evidence of the esteem ii which she was held After prayer ai the grave by Rev Brown in a of white emblematic of her purity and underneath a coverlet of we laid her to rest on in sweet un broken sleep A Watermelon Story An exchange tells of a farmer in t neighboring county who one Spring had left on his hands several of slightly soured sorghum molasses He planted a large patch of melons and just to be projecting poured about a quart of the in each hill The result was hi raised the largest and finest melons ever raised in this or any county People came for miles ti sweeten their tooth on the melons The Souths Liquid Fuel Until recently the bringing to of that other subterranean fuel leum was confined in the South cipally to the lower Appalachin field West Virginia alone yielded of the total 42726652 barrels of oi produced in the South between and 1896 In that period the tuckyTennessee field yielded but 44 467 barrels and Texas where presence of oil had been known 186L had yielded only 1811 barrels In 1901 however following the cular gushers of Beaumont the nual production of Texas rose 836059 barrels and reached in 28186189 barrels From this was a decline in 1906 to barrels Meanwhile the search oil thus spurred has expanded IE Arkansas Louisiana Alabama and Indian Territory resulting in very large oil developments in Louisiana and Indian Territory The total pro duction of the South in the past ten years has been 263892252 barrels or more than six times the production of the preceding decade Manufacturers Record Baltimore PAINT LICK Miss Mary returned home Miss Allie Metcalfe of McCreary is visiting Mr Jim Metcalfe Mrs Walter Brown has returned home after visiting friends at this placeProf Simmons of Richmond spent the day with Mr Mason Pullins last weekBom to the wife of W P Anderson a fine glib girl The mother and child are doing nicely Miss Madge Hughes who has been the guest of Miss Margaret Pullins returned to her aunts Mrs Jim Dunn NicholasvilleThe meeting that has been going on at the Christian church for the put two weeks has closed with about 14 additions High Class Attractions The Womans Christian Temperance Union will give four splendid at the court hone on Oct 23 Nov T Jan 13 and March 6 They come from the Central Lyceum Bureau of Indianapolis and are the best con slating impersonations mys tery and comedy Each will be fully advertised as the date approaches Season tickets admitting to all the attractions are selling at price of L50 including reserved seats reserved seats 50c General admis to 35c 256 Qot get the of Money and help a good Memoriam a late she to and most in and Engleman has music lWrri1 Prw W oTt1 pit entering famo spec a 1 fo entertainments the low Single Children your Wm y a r Some Points Worth Remembering About Mans Best Friend The little colt should have a feed twice a day of oats bran and oil meal 321 beginning with a pint and increasing to a quart A colt fed in this way and given a run in a paddock every day will never have unsound feet and legs unless by accidentWeak food will make a weak colt weak legs and unsound joints As soon as the grass is frostbitten wean the colt if it is old enough and give it the grain ration and second growth clover or alfalfa If too young give the mare plenty of nutritious food and give them a roomy box stall atnightMany colts are given ugly tempers by cruel and careless currying To scratch and hurt a colt or horse will cause him to hate the operation and the operator Many currycombs are knocked all out of shape and some of the teeth cut like knives Look at your currycomb They are often instruments of torture Teach the boys to use it gently and keep it in order Be generous in the use of the brushes but sparing in the use of the combGood grooming should be done every day to keep the pores open the skin healthy and the hair silky Soft hair is very warm and is a of beat Never leave a reeking mess of wet straw and manure under the horses It ruins the health and eyes and is a disgrace to any horse owner Farm Journal RACK FOR HAY AND GRAIN How a Serviceable One Can Be Made of Pine A sheep trough should be made of pine The one shown makes the most complete rack and trough I have ever I H0RSE TALK nonconductor Good Sheep Rack used Grain and feed are both put in from top The bottom is as wide as the top There is none lost as the bottom has a twoinch side piece nailed to it The slats passing by center piece alternately leave no place for anything to Edminster Lewis County Mo WALLACETON Miss Emma Soper is visiting rela tines here this week Jack and Hardin Kidd attended court at McKee Monday Rev T M Smith is conducding a revival meeting at Scaffold Cane Rev F M Smith bought a three year old mare from Robert Botkin for 130 Lucy Cade visited Miss Bessie Vaughn at Maydue a few days last weekMr and Mrs Robert Gen tryand three children are visiting at Red Lick this week H C Wylie J W Todd Elisha and son of Villa Grove Ill are visiting here Mrs Mac Mullips was called to Red LickThursday night by the illness of her father Mr Asbal Miss Eliza Creech returned home Saturday from London accompanied by her sister Mrs Freeman Finley Peters who has been visiting his sister Mrs Emily Kidd has been called to his home in Owsley by the illness of his sister Mr Joe Wylie who has been very ill with consumption died at his home near here Saturday evening We ex tend our sympathy to the bereaved family Business Items Bring me your produce- 2t W H Ward Fresh Lowneys Candies at Zim mers s New line of Post Cards atPrisbies tf I want to buy some nicehomegrown Irish potatoes 2t Buy your Toilet Articles atFrisbies Drug Store 817tf Crepe Paper in all shades at Store 16 tf We are paying more for eggs than any one in town W H Ward 2t Our Soda Water is delicious Frisbies Drugstore Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Elkins tf New line of Dishes just received at 9 6 tf Gill Walker Simpson Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Bring us your eggs We 16c doz Walker Simpson 96tf Have your harness repaired and we can make them most good as new at Haselden Bros To those wbo shave themselves go to Henry Duncans Shop and have your Razor Honed We make a specialty of concaving razors Come in see our new Hy drolic Chairs We have everything and uptodate We use the ComeCletM Razor and the Awy Sker Twentytwo years of Experience HBNBT DUNCAN L clogCharles t I I I l l r Johnson Drug Store W H Ward J ft r i des new Get K y4 e Get the best fence tliat is the Kukomo W J Romans 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 Deering mowers and hay rakes at W J Romans 2t Mount Elkins Tobacco stoves will grade your Tobacco and prevent strutting tf Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros Our Tobacco Stoves are no experi ment they have been tested tf Mount Elkin We pay highest market fo produce 9 6 tf Gill Walker Simpson Our Tobacco Stoves will save your crop and 25 of your barn room tf Mount Elkin Come and see us when in town whether you buy or not 2t W H Ward Seed Wheat We have something nice glad to show it to you Banks Hudson If vou are going to sow any Timothy it will be to your interest to see me I can save you money 2t W H Ward Timothy Seed A large stock can make attractive prices as they are bought right tf Bank Hudson For Sale 150000 good brick D S Swope three miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike Phone 1 tf Magazines taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your or der Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store We have large stock bought early can deliver promptly or load farmers wagons while they wait tf Banks Hudson Mulfinger Turner have opened a firstclass meat market near depot You will get the best if you trade with them 8 30tf Rooms For Rent Fourgood rooms in my residence near depot Possession at once tf Miss Fannie Bishop For Saie J S Johnson will have a mower two horse wagon and a Superior wheat drill on the streets court day to sell 2t Ballards Ubellsk Flour Strictly first patent and none better try a barrel that is the cheapest way to buy it Banks Hudson For Rent Tenant house also corn crop if to a man with small family easy terms Apply at once to Mrs Lizzie McCarley 2 miles on Crab Orchard pike tf Help to secure the Business College by taking a scholarship It saves and board expenses a big item Write Prof Lippard at once 4t Please Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing me to please settle at once either in cash or by note J A Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog Please call and settle same at once 611 tf C A S G C Between Stanford and Lancaster a gold bracelet engraved Annie McRob erts Return to McRoberts and receive reward tf Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment of the cele brated Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome box es Zimmers Restaurant 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 712 6L McCreary Ky Fine Seed Wheat For Sale I have some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale Perfectly clean From threshing reports it has proven better in quality yield than any other Price 1 per bushel tf For Sale Four thorough bred Duroc Jersey boars ready for service These boars are sired by the winner boar at the Blue Grass fair Lexington last year and are splendid individuals tf Robinson at Bank For Rent For the year 1908 One twostory ten room house on Danville street in the town of Lancaster just half block from public Suitable for and is now used as a boarding house to J M Orand Lancaster 816lm Fun and Pleasure Skating at Lancaster Rink Opens Every Tuesday Friday Saturday nights at 730 Admission lOc Skates 15c good Floor Best of skates and courteous treatment to all Taken Up as Estray Black sow Sunday morning in Lan caster Owner can have same by prov lug property and paying for her keep and this notice 2t Lancaster Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once as the school needs the Those in arrears for the year 1906 save cost by pay lug at once E W Harris Treas 8 16tf At Cost To make some change in the lines of cods 1carry in stock I will sell shoes clothing and odd pants for 90 at cost also groceries against the and ahead of the rail road 2t Powell rice I per cent A F I am Coal desired traveling Jonestf Arnold Lost Drug- Store rendered J W Hill J A Doty J F Apply g boys days 0 J i to money field D Hughes Swinebroad LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property Throughout Central Kentucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for and exchange We are the original real estate dealers in Carrara County and our ex tensive advertising places us in touch with prospective investors and also us to handle property at a small commission If you really want to make a quick sale of your property see us If 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 more fertile soil nor better class of citizens are found than in Lancaster and Garrard Countv There are 5 Banks in the County 3 of them in Lancaster school facilities the 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 Hell telephone of free turn pikes in fine 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 bay hemp and tobacco The following list comprises only a portion of what we have for sale and only a portion of what we will bare on hand at all times as ourlist changes by selling some and securing others enables you now i yt 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 oppor tunity for the right man would be suit able for a sanitarium write us for furth particularsNo acres In Garrard County Ky near Bryantaville High class land in fine state of cultivation Well located and well improved Good fencing well watered and cheap at 6300 per acre No 24 250 acres of tine land most of it virgin soil rich beyond question frame house of 7 rooms 1 large stock barn and stock scales 2 large tobacco barns fencing good and everlasting wa ter 1 mile from pike on good road This is a money maker 50UW per acre No 26 New 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 at25WjO No 27 325 acres of unimproved land close to Lancaster fronts on two pikes Can be divided into two or three farms with tine building sites on each Wilt sell all or a portion to suit purchaser Terms easy See us for prices No 34 192 acres of tine land well Im proved fencing good well watered 1UO acres in cultivation balance in grass 1 mile from pike near school and churches Jt5tt per acre No 44 92 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 Jt 00 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 5L 511 acres 2 miles from One of the best stock farms in Gar rard County 500 acres of matted blue grass well improved 6room frame house 2 new barns 2 cisterns stock scales and all outbuildings 1500 rods of new wire fence See us for further particulars Terms easy and price low 6000 per acre No 52 184 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 fine timber improvements See na for price No 55 168 acres 2V miles from Lancas ter S6 acres on one side and S2 acres on the other side of pike 4 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 resi dence 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 conveni ences See us for further particulars Price No 62 100 acres of unimproved land 4 miles from Lancaster i 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 4000 per acre No 63 1U 4 acres of firstclass land at the price located on the waters of Sugar Creek County 6room frame house 1 stock barn and other outbuild ings plenty of water fencing good land is rolling good stock farm 6w 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 2 miles from railroad depot right on the pike A brand new splendidly built cottage house of S rooms 2 large barns and other outbuildings water in abund ance and fencing good and practically in grass soil fertile and high producing You cant help but like ltSOOO per acre No 67 77 acres of good strong land ordinary improvements good stock barn and large tobacco barn Is 1 miles from pike but Is well worth the price asked WOO per acre No 69 Ask us about this number for one of the best 300000 residences In Lan casterNo 70 Splendid dwelling and 6 acres of land in Lancaster for 2aWW No 71 Inquire for this number for a well improved place almost in city lim its with 17 acres of ground att30t 00 No 72 Nice dwelling lot garden or chard on one of the best residence streets In Lancaster Rents for 10 per cent on the price we can sell it at 1 X 50 No 74 166 acres of level land high class in every respect 5 miles from Lancaster in one of the best sections of the county A model farm 10000 acre No 76 83 acres 3 miles from Paint Lick mile from pike new 6room cot tage house stock barn 6acre tobacco barn hemp and tobacco land good or chard well watered and fenced 35 acres in blue grass balance In cultivation S5i5d per acre No 77 144 acres right on pike 4 miles from Lancaster 100 acres can be 40 acres of Dix river bottom frame house of 4 rooms 10acre tobacco barn 2 tenant houses some waste land but is well worth the price3500 per acre No 79 House and lot in Lancaster rents for 10 per month Price10000t No SO 43 2 acres of good land well located near Crab Orchard in Lin coln County Will exchange this for a larger place and pay the difference Price 3500 per acre No 81 150 acres of good land mile from pike 5 miles from Lancaster brick house of 5 rooms stock and tobacco barn combined 2000 locust posts on the place SO acres In grass balance In cul tivation Price 5009 per acre No 82 Ask about 147 acres close to town high class improvements and in fine state of cultivation you cant help but like It Price 1300000 No 83 If want to pay 1X00000 for one of the best located and best improved farms of a less than 100 acres with every foot fertile land ask about No S3 No 84 170 acres near Ky 8room frame house and barns poul try houses and and lots and all outbuildings and everything convenient fencing plenty of well wa tered located on plke86000 per acre No 85 217 acres 9 miles from Lancas I I story I Lancaster in Garraro Lancaster I improvements cultivated improved lIttl Splendid ordinary 4 bacco barn cost SOOOy acres 6 acres timber SO acres cultivation balance in clover and meadow Close to school and churches You may think from the price that this is poor land but itwill grow hemp and tobacco Is a littla rollinsr but is priced so it is bound to sell HOO per acre No S3 lll J acres of strong hemp and tobacco land right on pike close to stores and postoSice etc 13 acres in corn balance in grass all can be cul tivated 4rcom frame house stock barn 30x72 feet This is a dandy good farm and well located JTSwOO per acre No 30 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 s per acre No 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 splen did home can give possession Ask about this one Price luuiH per acre So 07 14 acres of landonefourthmilefrom pike 1 room house and out buildimg grass aw Farts from store and ollico good stand for another store everlasting water unit well fenced Price fcCow So 98 163210 onehalf milefrom pike good road near store and at house close to school and churches story frame house rooms fencing good orchard S acre tobacco and stock barn 175 barrel corn in crib about oinihulfm cultivation balance in grass laud rolling but not steep 375U a acre Xo 9i House and Lot on Richmond street at frSOo00 and new modern cottage with 2Ji acres of ground on Danville street in Lances terat S350U- WXoJ7 14 acres on Sugar Creek in Garrard County Ky i mile from pike room frame house and good outbuildings all in grass level land cheap at the price No98 ItW acres of good strong land rolling well watered close to pike 2 story 6 room frame house acre tobacco and stock barn other outbuildings 175 barrel cron crib good orchard hemp and tobacco land JO acres in cultivation balance in grass t miles from Lancaster per acre So 100 ISO acres right on pike miles from Lancaster level landl mile from rail road S room frame house good outbuildings so acres in grass a acres timber bance In cul tivation This place is worth the money 3000 per acre Xo 143 acres of fine hemp and tobacco land 2JS miles from Lancaster J mile trout pike with good road well watered largo frame house good barns and outbuildings well watered and fenced in state of acre No 102 72J acres of as good land as railroad and mile from another pike on splendid county road This place has smallcottage house of large Hi acre tobacco barn tine orchard welt watered ac d every foot can be cultivated You ought to see Price a bargain at f73 per acre No IW li 5 acres right on pike 3 miles from Beuna 6 room cottage good barn and other watered and fenced 31 acres in wheat of which 3 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 110 280 acres of as tine land as In Garrard County splendid new lt room 2 story tram a house 2 tenant houses I stock barn and 1 larga tobacco fine orchards watered by neter failing springs acres In corn 43 acres of wheat of which a acres meadow and balance in fine bluegrass This farm has to be seen tc be appreciated Is 3J miles from railroad stores Bank Ac Price 5500 per acre Xo 119 175 acres of good land somewhat rolling right on pike 5 room log house land cultivation timber and barn and other Th land is worth more than what is asked for it300 per acre Xo120 132 acres of good strong hnd on 4 mites from Bryuutsville in cultivation15 acres no waste land well watered This land is worth the money fiO per acre No 122 acres of splendid land on th miles from Lancaster on pike good God frame house stock barn and other outbuildings Land Is rolling but very produc tire Xo 123 94t acres right on pikeS miles from Lancaster loo yards of store and postoffice J mile from school and church well Improved and well watered a nice place to liv Land Xo 121 60 acres right on Simile from Lancaster productive land hemp and tobacco land Frame dwelling of rooms good orchard well watered barn crib and other outbuildings 15 acres in corn balance in grass and lots This is a first class liitleplace 80 per acre Xc 125 l acres of good hemp and tobacco land on tne miles from Lancaa ter Land is partly rolling This place is well improved and must be seen to appreciate itsproductiveness You ought to see the crops on now 44 acres or land 3J miles from tancaster mile from pike has good and Is a good little place and worth the money Ask us for further descrip Lion Price 5000 th best tedious of Garrard miles from Lancaster land is level and is as good as any land you will find in the County S room frame house with 2 halls stock barn and alloutbuildings good orchard well watered 3 cisterns in yard 25 acres of timber land goes with this farm at same price 610000 No 19 1470 acres of tine hemp and tobacco land In 2JJ miles from Lancaster mile from depot 2 new cottage houses right onpike very barn can be diviced Into two smaller farms with dwelling on each 75 per acre 100 acres of good land 3J mites from Lancaster mile from pike 7 roost frame houseS acre tobacco and stock burn good orchard well watered and fenced All lagrass except 35 acres 45 per acre stockbarn 9L f frame a tcI phon I I sro 99 a steepThisGarrolrd County right on One pike 2 miles from barn 2 good except IiPoor Ridge pike in GlIlTIlrd County ri bt orchard and well fenced Ilntl ell watered roo per acre splendidS pIke2 No r So acres right on the pike in one ot No 130 S bluegrass village res 2 somewhat S depot rain Grooms Vista grass Ky 44 improvements l S 74 GQX GREATEST WONDER OF THE AGE I- Swans Sure Kidney Cure I A Remedy Composed of 3 Natures Herbs and Plants I The greatest sure cure to thehuman family We can f men who were given up to die by jj leading physicians and after they had taken four 1 doses they passed alive kidney worms in urise I All who have taken this remedy have been cured 3 Agents wanted by American Herb and Plant Company High Bridge Kentucky Fox sale at your Druggist R E McROBERTS Lancaster Kentucky e give the names of Tic Copyright 1907 by Sdafoer Marx Are You this fall for all the lowest priced clothes you can find Or are you going to get the very best thing for your money Youll probably get what you look youll find some awfully cheap clothes for sale Youll find some mighty good ones too the kind that are better than they cost Theyre Hart Schaffaer Matk make and we sell them Theyll pay you a good profit on your money Q J I t Going Shopping i Elephant r q for and White STORE Now Ready Latest Styles 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 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 Your patronage solicited Frisbies Drug Store J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing in this line please remember him J C ROBINSON FZZaf sand VeiZs Handsomest f1Irs rl I I t I I I I I f Designs Sundries S p i J J WAIKBK President J S JOHNSON Vise IPre ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KT CAPITAL SVmiS IMM B F HUDSON Cashier W O KiaNBY Asst Cuhr C D WAXXKR Bookkeeper Buistess Solicited Prowpt and Careful Attention DIBECTOBS J 8 JOHNSON B J T M Arnold Jno A Sanders 51 Walker use F Hudson J 4 Aerees King Fox 74165We have this thoroughbred Jersey Bull aad desire to call attention of tile gab lie to the fact that be is REGISTERED and o tile very guest to be found He fa by imported from tile Island aa Exceptionally even for tile Islandas leis Fox for years was first winger His down was am exceptionally use cow giving is one year milk Antler Bister out damwas secoadprixe dew ever la 19M He will stand at 2 payable at time ef ser Tike Lp pean nIat1ea JW F r taaeitberof as fer Sweea L L PHvee to GrMfMi ScJt Those who are of legal school age and have a legal residence in the school 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 lane These rules will be strictly to J S Joluuon Prest 830tf I Mill I l d adhered Gossip About People A Brief Mcaffea T the and Geijs fey We Are Interested In J E Stormes was in Louisville the past week Mrs Jas Hatcher is visiting relative CincinnatiDr of Buckeye was a visitor here Sunday Mr Joe Haselden of Danville was a visitor here Sunday Miss Allie Arnold is visiting Miss Mattox of Eminence R HJtson is in Chicago purchas ing and winter goods Mrs Eliza Ballard of Bryantsville is visiting Mrs John Ballard Attorney W 1 Williams was in Louis vine a few days this week Mr William Collier is in Memphis where he thinks of locating Miss Bettie Anderson left for Lexington to reside Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford is visiting Miss Angie Kinnaird Mrs Lucy Sutton who has been quite ill is much better at this writing Miss Margaret Hackley of has been with relatives here Misses Martha and Helen Gill are visiting friends in Portsmouth Ohio Miss Elizabeth Anderson has from a visit to friends in Nicholas vine Mr Ed Doty of Pecos Texas is vis iting his parents Mr and Mrs Alex DotyMr and Mrs John Ballard have from several days visit in Som ersetMessrs Tom Austin T B Walker and Robert West were visitors in Richmond SaturdayMrs Richardson and children of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs Collier Mrs W G Jones and children of Win Chester are visiting Mrs J C Robinson Richmond avenue Mr Charles Collier of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James Collier Mrs Louis Landram has returned from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs A H RIce of Louisville Miss Laura Smith will be with Mrs Alex Walker this season and will be glad to see all of her friends Mrs Alexander Kennedy and daugh ter Miss Guasie of Lexington are again with Mrs Banks Hudson Messrs R L Davidson and J Y Robin son are spending several days in Wash ington and other Eastern cities Mesdames Patsy Kinnaird and Mi riah Kirby have returned from a visit to Barbourvilie and Middlesboro Mr Jacob Joseph has returned from the cities where he purchased a line of fall and winter goods Mrs Susan Salter who spent a month with Mr and Mrs T A Elkin is again with Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Miss Clara of Ohio has arrived to take charge of the trimming depart mentof Mrs Alex Walkers millinery store M Rothwell who has been suffering from rheumatism left Satur day for Hot Springs Ark where he hopes to find relief Mr W L Bettis and wife of Fair mount W Va and Mr Thos Boyd wife and two children ofFresno CaL are visiting Mrs fW Bettis Bev C IEllis of Latonia delivered two good sermons Sunday The service atBuckeye and the at the Baptist church here Mr F P Friable wife Hud son have returned trip to San iMkyOblo MdottMrMrtbtra l JI fall Wednesday Georgetown returned J B Roll and son a These returned beautiful Hon J morning evenings ryice from tspot Mr Frisbies health has very much improvedDanville Wm Cook of Lancaster was in Danville Satur day Mr Bradley Johnson has re turned to Lancaster after a visit to Danville friends Miss Norma Elmore entertained very charmingly Friday evening in honor of her guest Miss Beard Delightful refreshments were served and the evening proved one of great pleasure Stanford Journal Mr J A Sanders of Garrard spent several days with his daughter Mrs S H Aldridge Mrs Woods Walker and Miss Jane Walker of Garrard were here Sunday ro see their uncle Mr J C Hays James and Verna Nevius who have been visiting their grandmother Mrs Mattie Nevius returned to Lancaster Saturday Miss Lena Traylor spent several days with the Misses Zanone LancasterLexington Alexander Kennedy announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Gussie Mont gomery Kennedy to Mr William A Farnau of St Louis Mo The engage ment is of much interest Miss Kenne dy is of a family prominently connected and a girl of unusual charm The wedding will be celebrated in October and will be one of the pretty events of the early autumn Miss Kennedy is the sister of Mrs Banks Hudson of this city and her engagement is of much interest to her many friends here POINT Mr Noah Spaiuhower and wife at her fathers Sunday Mrs Millard Meadows visited her sister Mrs Boyle Monday George Kincaid and family visited at W P Kincarns Sunday Born on the 7th to the wife of Wm Baker twins boy and girl both moth er and badys are doing well Mr R F Parson and wife and daugb ter Myrtle visited at their sons Mr Will Parson and attended meeting at Fair viewMiss Nannie and Minnie Coldiron visited Miss Viola and Annie Kincaid Sunday and attended meeting at Fair view Miss Martha Kavanaugh has been visiting Miss Annie Bell Burn side BEUNA VISTA Virgil Scott is making a business trip to Garden City Kansas Miss Mayme Dismukes left Sunday for Dudley school at Lexington Miss Alice Scott left last week for Lexington where she will enter State CollegeJ Sr has sold his farm of 240 acres to Chas Dutruh of Jessamine Price 850 per acre Miss Florence Christopher has from a visit to Newport News and Washington City Misses Moddelle King Bertha Christo pher and Irene Ruble leave this week for school at Lexington The pews for Browns chapel have arrived and are being set up They will be quite an addition to the church Miss Hallie and Essie Cecil of more have been the guest of Miss Bertha Christopher and other Bev Shepard will preach at Browns Chapel Sunday morning and evening This will be his last appointment here before conference Hsalth In Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen need ed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of feuers and malaria It is the knowing ones1 those who have used ElectricBitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stem ach liver and kidney trouble Gnaran ttaclby McRoDtrts druggist 506 1m J AdvocateMrs HeraldMrs YELL visited the returned VII relatives mighty band MT HEBRON Mr FB Grow sold a bunch shoats to Vic Lear at 51 per lb Mrs Alex Dean and Miss May Scott were in Jessamine Saturday Mr Tom Hicks of McCreary bought of L L Sanders his farm of 117 acres for Mr Clinton Dean of Jessamine was in our midst last week selling patent churnsMiss Beatrice Sanders of Stone is the guest of her sister Mrs Samuel DuncanMr Mrs Philip McMillan spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives near Burgin Mr Thomas Morford of Danville was the guest of his son Mr Samuel Morford Sunday Mr D Moore and two grandchildren of Marcellous were the guests of Mr and Mrs G A Bruce Saturday night At a call meeting Saturday Rev J B Jones was called as pastor of Mt He bron church for the remainder of the yearMrs Isaac Montgomery returned heme Sunday after a two weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Ben Jennings at Pink JBBYANTSTILLE Mrs Fannie Bryant is quite sick at this writing Mr Mike Smith of London spent Sunday here Miss Lillian Leavell has been visit friends at Paris Tom Chestnutt visited friends at Somerset last week Sam Rose has returned to Central University for another year Mr T E Adams of Sharpsburg has been spending a few days here Messrs Jack and Jeff Dunn were in Lexington on business Monday Mr J T Leavell of South Carolina visited relatives here last week Mr W A Dickerson was in Somerset last week and attended the fair Mr Solomon Childers left Thursday for a visit to relatives in Illinois Mrs Levi Norris has returned home after visiting relatives at Burgin Misses Elizabeth Bryant and Kate Farlee are visiting in Richmond Mr and Mrs J C Williams spent several days in Somerset last week Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin has been visiting friends and relative here Tom Dunn will leave in a few days for a trip to Missouri and Denver Col Dr B Mymes of Preachersvllle here last week with the view of ingMrs Logan Burke entertained a number of her friends at dinner Fri dayMiss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Miss Hattie Durham of Lancaster spent Sunday with her uncle Dr J H DurhamMr Mrs Harve Herd of Fort WortbTexas are visiting Mr B F Pat ton and family Miss Allie Dunn has gone to Lexing ton where she will take a special course at Kentucky University Miss Mayme Lee Ballard will go to Louisville next week to visit friends and attend the State fair Mrs Eliza H Ballard and daughter Miss Mayme were in Somerset last week and attended the fair Mrs Ellen Hiatt and daughter Miss Margaret of Lexington have been the guests of Mr and Mrs G T Higgiii bothamMiss Bennett of Louisville is expected to be with Mrs Josephine Boner again this season as trimmer Miss Bennetts many friends will be glad to know that she will return tobacco mould Buy a stove of Mount Elkin tf Ruberoid Roofing that Haselden Bros Oil stoves that give satisfaction 83400 r j I wasI j Lea ellIII I I II I j Dont letyour JOO t wears Bros c 2t 1907 by Hut Schafther Marx Copyright ff lI SCHOOL and COLLEGE Text Books We have them all and a fun line of SUPPLIES Buy them from us for cash Dont ask us to charge them We cant do it R E McRoberts m m me momm em m m e e m Druggist eye em e m tam For Tobacco Growers on exhibit at our store and at the Fair Grounds Dont fail to see it Saves you Si money and barn room MOUNT ELKIN Buggies Buggy Harness Deering Binders Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which lias been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and lias been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy ccU4i Allow no one todeceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a narmlcss substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feicrislmess It cures 3 iarrh ca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS f Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUR COMPANY TT WUHRAV STREET WCW CITY it Paregoric I 016 lUnd Yon Havo Always Bought YORK Sr WT I THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXY President J E STORMES Yice Prest- S C DEXSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny Safety DeDosit BOIes forRent We Solicit Your BusinessI I THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER ofRichmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed Cth 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 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid 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 persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any mild can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchaseone of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for the cost of the gate Iadvise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all right TO Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bra McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County and State rights for salt 7 Respectfully DCOChran t do A TRANSACTION IN Market Man Had All lards and Bride Made Her Choice A New England bride with slight experience in the markets of entered an Eighth avenue market last Friday morning What kind of fish have you she asked Some nice German carp maam Xo Well then some Gloucester halibutFrom Gloucester asked the bride Well what they sells in Glouces ter replied the man of the seafood emporiumOh are those Green smelts from Rhode Island maam And we have lobsters from Xova Scotia yellow perch from up state carp from Muddy Ponds near St Louis cod from the Cholera tanks swordfish blackfish or tautog caught in the sound Stopping to catch his breath and get the customers measure he went on Sheepshcad from Peconic bay and also cold storage shad strung clams from Long Island hard shell clams haddock from Boston here she hesi tated mackerel from St Johns New foundland Block Island bloaters the very best boat fish from Cape Cod Gloucester and imported smoked fin nan haddie best New England domes tic haddock native eels from Long Island Cape Cod and Long Island oys ters the very finest smoked and salt herring and mackerel Well and the bride looked dubi ous Then as though an inspiration had come to her she said Give me about ten cents worth of your best salt cod the very freshest you have N Y Press PLUM PUDDING ALL RIGHT The Lancet Says It Is a Good Meal in Itself and Is Unjustly Blamed The London Lancet which so often points out the terrible and unsuspected dangers to health encountered in every day life publishes with reason able optimism a hearty defense of the Christmas pudding- It accused of indigestibilIty says the Lancet but a synthical con sideration of all the events would in dicate the reverse to be the case For an individual enjoying health the ingredients of plum pudding should offer no physiological stumbling block The paper then points out that the pudding is generally eaten after an extra large hearty meal and unjustly gets blamed for what is really the of overeating The Christmas pudding says the Lancet is a meal for a hungry man for it is hardly possible to conceive a more complete food Eggs supply plenty of proteid suet a sufficiency of fat and bread crumbs fruit and sugars a generous proportion of Moreover most of these carry the further necessaries of hu man diet namely mineral salts CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the x Signature of ta47cbtc4UM 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 contain ing 200 acres well located in good neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new two story sevenroom residence there on recently completed with all out buildings and good new barn 40x60 Well watered six never failing springs and creek running through TERMS i cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing paidPersons please write E M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or WalK re Stanford Ky Isabelle P E M and W O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf HYOMEI CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill All Ca tarrhal Genus Sold Under Guar anteeThere is no more common dis ease than catarrh and none that is more dangerous It weakens and de bilitates the whole system if it is allowed to run leads to serious and sometimes fatal complication- sIt is a noteworthy fact that among the many medicines and treatments for catarrh there is only one which is sold under a positive guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure Hyomei Natures remedy for the cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken into the stomach when Hyomei is used throat nose and lungs killing the germs of catarrh healing the mucous membrane and making complete and lasting cures The complete Hyomei outfit con sisting of an inhaler that can be in the purse or vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy omei costs only 1 The inhaler will last a lifetime while extra bottles of Hyomei can be procured whenever needed for only 50 cents We are selling a good many Hyomei outfits at this season and we have so much confidence in the remedy that we guarantee to refund the money in case cure R E McRoberts Druggist AND CURE THE LUNGS I FISH I Manhattan I is result d W 0 pocketInhaler penetrateIrri- tated carried KILLTHE COUCH a average carbohydrates WITH New Discorer r FOR Dr OLDS RICZL- Te1N t a Free ANA ALLTNNIATANDWIICTilOWLEf SATISPACTORoC A Humane Appeal A human citizen of Rieuinind Ind Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation I t saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and phthisic stops hemorrages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m RIVER QUICKLY MADE TO RISE Simple Explanation But It Puzzled Northerner It Is little short of astonishing to see how little water Is required to float the southern river steamers a boat loaded with perhaps 1000 bales of cotton slipping along contentedly where a boy could wade across streamNot long ago however the hoochee got too low for even her lightdraft commerce and at shoals a steamer grounded As drinking water on board needed a deckhand was sent ashore with a couple of water buckets Just at this moment a northern traveler approached the captain of the boat and asked him how long he thought they would have to stay thereOh only until that man gets back with a bucket of water to pour into the river the captain replied the deckhand returned and the stale water from the cooler was overboard Instantly to the amazement of the traveler the boat began to move Well if that dont beat thunder gaspedThe was that the boat the bottom had acted as a dam and there was soon backed up behind her enough water to lift her over the shoal and send her on down the stream Harpers Weekly The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens A mica Salve Its the happiest combination of Arnica flowers and healing balsams ever No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles it has no equal Guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist 25c 1m The Boy for a Cold Bishop Olmsted of Colorado was making a Christmas address to some Denver children Eat heartily on Christmas day the bishop said smiling Do full to the turkey to cranberry sauce to plum pudding to all the good things But dont give way to gluttony Dont gloat over your Christmas dainties like a Bala boy I know This boy said one Christmas My I wish I had a cold Why asked his brother Cause mother says to feed a cold snd if I had one today wouldnt I feed it though An Optimist going to take a va tion now for two weeks Walker Is that so Isnt it queer that your employer should let you go now just at the busiest season of the year well theyve got man in my place They told me I neednt come back A Warm One Eskimo my love I have ten sleds 50 dogs 100 tons of blubber Eskimo tell that young man to stop letting off so much hot air Im afraid hell melt the Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores 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 advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 41lyr Satisfied Sense a Duty Although the Australian aborigine has his vendetta it is not always that he seeks Darwin tells of a native servant of a West Australian magistrate who went one day to his master saying that one of his wives had died He must go away to a distant tribe and spear a woman to satisfy his sense of duty to the dead woman If you do Ill send you to prison for life said his master For a year the man hung about looking wretched and ill and complaining that he could neither eat nor sleep as the spirit of his wife haunted him because he had not taken another life for hers At last he disappeared A year later he in high condition There was no legal evidence against him but it was known that he had gone to a distant tribe had speared a woman to death and so as he thought the spirit of his departed wife Lost and pound Lest between 9 30 p m yesterday and noon to daya billious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at McRob erts drug store a box of Dr rings New Life Pills Guarantee for bilious new malaria and jaundice 25c jm f Mr U P Considerably the replenishing Presently emptied touching compounded justice HawkerIm HawkerO another SuitorYes andPa Aurora housePuck especially revenge appeased I fi Chat th morning therefore returned m 1 Book keeping Shorthand Typewrit log and Telegraphy luuuht Refers to thousands of successful graduates Great demand fur at tine salaries Reputation as cheapest and best College Write for particulars to Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALE Raving decided to move West I will on Saturday October 12 1907 at my house on Poor Ridge pike about four miles from Lancaster sell to the highest the following property Three head of mules saddle mare and colt one brown combined horse six old three cows two heifers two suckling calves one western mare nine years old wagon bug binder mower farming im elements household and kitchen furniture Will also at same time and sell the growing crops on 97 acres consisting of corn and tobacco Fortyfour acres of improved land on Sugar Creek will also be sold at same time if not sold before day of sale together with growing crop Terms made known on day begins at 10 oclock James Walter Brown Am Bourne Auct td City Ordinance An ordinance to Alex Wal ker a ten year electric light and franchise in the City of Lancaster KentuckyWhereas the City of LancasterKen tucky through by duly passed and adopted at its Ky on June 10 1907 and thereafter published and recorded as required by law created an electric light and pow er franchise in the City of Lancaster Ky running from July 1st 1907 for the period of ten years thereafter and provided for the advertisement for and receiving of bids therefor upon the term limitations and conditions therein set out and whereas pursuant to the provisions of said ordinance the Mayor of the said city advertised as therein required that bids for said franchise would be publicly received in the Police Court Room in the City of Lancaster Ky on the 22nd day of June 1907 between the hours of oclock a m and 2 oclock p m and whereas said Mayor did on said day at said time and place publicly receive bids for said franchise and on the 24th day of June 1907 at an regular meeting of the City held on said day in the Police in the City of Lancaster Ky reported in writing to the City all the bids therefor then by him received and whereas the bids of Alex Walker was and is the highest and best bid therfor then received by him and was so by said Council at an adjourned held on 30th day of June1907and at regular meeting held 1st day July 1907 in the Police Court Room in the City of Ky and whereas said Walkers bid was 5 00 for said franchise that he would furnish 1200 c p are lights to the city at per month each and 32 c p incandescent lights at75c per the City Council of said city has here tofore at the last two meeting awarded to said Walker the said franchise upon the terms limitations and conditions of said ordinance cre ating said franchise and whereas the said Walker has paid to the said City the sum of Five dollars which is the amount of his bid for said franchise and agreed to comply with all the terms limitations and conditions of said ordinance creating said franchise Now therefore The Council of the City of Lancaster Kentucky do ordain as there be and there is hereby granted to Alex Walker upon the terms limitations and conditions set out a franchise to con struct maintain and operate an elec trio lighting and power plant or sys tern in the City of Lancaster Ken tucky for the period of ten years from and after the 1st day of July 1907 for the purpose of making and furnishing electric lights for general lighting purposes and for generating and fur nishing electric power and to do all things usual or incident to such plant or system including the right and privilege for right of way ovei along across or under the streets avenues alleyways and other public places of said city for the purpose of erecting maintaining and operating a line or lines of wire or other electrical con ductors to he used for transmitting electricity either by underground or overhead system for the of furnishing and distributing electric light and power for any purpose at any point within said city not contrary to the ordinances or regulations or that may be prescribed the City Council o f said city from time to time and the right of erecting and maintaining nec essary poles wires conduits equipment and appliances nec essary or proper to the construction or maintenance of such plant or system to well carry out the purpose thereo in accordance with the conditions limitations of this ordinance 2 That the terms limitations and conditions upon which this fran chise is granted are as follows 1 That said Walker or his assigns shall begin the construction of said electric lighting and power plant sixty days from and after the final adoption and publication of this and shall complete and have same in operation not later than Jan uary 1st 1908 and all light service from and after July 1st 1907 shall be furnished under this franchise 2 That said electric light and power plant shall be of at least 100 kilowatt capacity and shall be with two or more dynamos one of which shall have a capacity of not less than 50 kilowatt and be also and equipped with one or more engines of sufficient capacity to oper cances shall be the best and of such design as to insure satisfactory and the best service The capacity of said plant in the matter of engines and dynamos shall be increased from time time if and as it may be necessary to furnish efficient light service in said city and the capacity of said plant shall at all times be such that the dis abling of any boiler engine other unit or the cutting out of any such unit for lepairs or cleaning will not effect the efficiency of the light 3 That the city shall have the right thru its employees and officials to inspect and test the lights and the efficiency of lights furnished by the owner of this franchise at any and all times and the owner of this franchise shall furnish and keep convenient at all time for use said city and its agents for such inspection 01 test the best instruments and apparatus 4 That no post pole or construe of any kind shall be erected on tbe streets or public ways of said city except at such a point as may be designated by the Com mittee or employee or agent of the City Council of city and all posts or poles shall be erected and maintained in a vertical position and so erected and maintained and wires M not to interfere at any time 1 I lur gradultcs granting its CityCouncil ordinance Police Court- Room Council Lancaster conditioned 500 month acband whereas aforesaid followsThat hereinafter prescribed b y connections and within ordinance equipped enginesdynamos to generator- or service tion placed bidder aIn power 1 ad juurne provided 1 u ca Z AZ7 A Poli y as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency j y r L FREE By special arrangements with nastin Telephone Co any call me Office lh ne Xu 31 Residence KoI f tL One can with travel on or use of the s alleys public ways or sidewalks of sail the pub ic or damage or inj or private property or ri h s of any person corporation or ny that may be now operating under franchise or grant from said city And the materials locations and construe tion of all poles conduits wires fixtures and appliances incident to the construction and operation of etcher overhead or underground sys terns shall be according to the best engineering practices and subject to the inspection approval and control of any engineer elected by said city Any repairs on the streets public ways or sidewalks of said city rendered necessary by the erection or mainte nance of poles or caused by the erec tion or maintenance of said plant shall be done by and at the expense of the owner of this franchise AH wires upon poles shall be not less than twentylive feet above the street or ground and shall be placed at greater or less height or at such height above ground when and wherever so directed by said city or its authorized agent All poles shall be straight and uniform strong and substantial All wires shall be so maintained at all times as not to endanger life and all wires conductors and appliance for the trans mission of electric current shall be thoroughly insulated and shielded as to render same harmless to touch or upon contact when carryitlg The alleyways are to be used as much as practicable for setting poles and all posts or poles and said entire system are to be so constructed and as not to interfere with or flow of water in any gut ter or drain and the entire system shall always be kept in good order and condition and the service rendered shall be good and efficient 5 That the said Walker his sentatives or assigns shall furnish to the said city and the said city shall use during the life of this franchise for public lighting in said city not less than twelve 12 arc lights of 1200 can die power each and thirty 30 mean descent lights of 32 candle power each and shall to said city addition al lights either aic or incandescent of such candle power in such numbers at such times as said city may require at the following prices to arc lights of 1200 candle power five dollars 85 00 per month each and for incandescent lights of thirty two 32 candle power seventy five cents per month each and for lights of other candle power a sum proportioned according to the with the foregoing prices for 1200 and 32 candle power lights All lights are to be placed wherever the said city may require and are to be renewed from time to time and not allowed to burn below their standard average efficiency 6 That all public lights shall be kept burning at their nominal power during each and all nights of every month during the life of this franchise from fifteen 15 minutes sunset until 1 oclock A JI during such time of any night or portion of any night before 1 oclock A M that the moon furnishes light equal to that furnished by said on dark nights 7 That for the failure of any street or public lamp or lamps to furnish light or to furnish light of nominal standard franchise at the time of sure failure shall pay to the said city for each lamp so failing to furnish light as aforesaid the sum of fifty cents per night if the lamp be an arc light and twentyfive cents per night if the lamp be an incandesent light provided a cause for such failure is not shown to the city council 8 That any electric light or power desired by said city at any time for other than street lighting purposes shall be furnished by the owner of this franchise to the said city at a rate or charge not to exceed that made to private consumers 9 That all service to private and commercial purposes shall be subject as to rates schedule c regulation and control by the said city by ordinance 10 That light service to private consumers and for commercial may be by either meter or fiat rate at the option of the consumer and where the meter rate is used shall be supplied by and at the cost of the consumer if less than five lights of 16candle power each are used and at the cost of the owner of this franchise if five or more such lights are used 11 That the owner of this shall furnish lights to any and all persons at any and all points and localities within the said city when demanded upon the terms and under the conditions of this franchise and the ordinances ofsaid city relative thereto 12 That the said Alex Walker his successors and assigns shall give good and solvent bond to said city in the sum of 300000 for the benefit of whom it may concern that all and sin gular the provisions terms and this franchise shall be kept and performed in good faith and said bond shall be kept in force and during the life ofsaid franchise and shall be for the protection of said city and for the protection and benefit of the citizens of said city who may be users of electric lightor power for the fulfillment of the conditions upon which this franchise is granted and the failure to keep said bond in force as hereby at any time shall be cause for annulling and this franchise at the option of said city and the said city may require the renewal of said bond from time to time if and as insufllci ent 13 That the failure upon the part of said Walker or the owner of this franchise to commence the construe tion of said plant within the time herein provided or the failure to said plant within the time provided or any subsequent viola tion of the restrictions or conditions of this ordinance granting this fran chise or the one creating same shall at the option of said city annul and work a forfeiture of this franchise and the said provisions shall apply to any and all successors assigns of said Walker 14 That where and when the word city is used herein it shall refer to and mean the said city of Lancaster Ken tuckr tt republic I 1so current 1maintained repr such places and at the witfor candlepower standard after except streetlights power the owner of thIs satisfactory consumers purposes meters franchise of continuance it may tecome complete I coin pa another Burnish treasonable conditions forfeiting herein d o Attest J M Duncan Mayor CW West City Clerk FOLEYS WILL CURE any case of BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No f medicine can do more 1204 N 9tJ Evansville For over fiv I was troubled with kidney and ladder affections which caused me mud pain and worry I lost flesh and wasall run down and a year ago had t abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I wafl entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AND SUfc ULBAIDRECOMElOaiY R E ilcRoberts Druggist Ulcer of the Insidious Nature of the Disease How to Recognize and Care It Ulcer of the stomach may exist foryears without very marked syrup toms excepting those caused by indi gestion It is due to an inflammatlom which affects the membrane of the stomach so that it is eaten away the gastric juices In good health the fciomacfc re badly nourished and the digestive fluids act upon it as well as upon the food keeping np until perforation the stomach occurs In advanced cases of ulcer of the stomach there is much discomfort after eating with a constant gnawing sensation between meals pain from the pit of the back to theshoulder blade started with Miona This Is remedy adapted specifically to one purpose the cure of stomach troubles It Is so uniformly that a signed guarantee Is given with every 50 cent box that themoney will be refunded if it does not cure Miona is not a patent or secret remedy but is a combination of thepurest and most reliable of remedies for strengthening the digestive or gans and building up the whole sys tem Use it for a few days and there is no reason why you should not be able to eat any food you at any time without fear of distress R E McRoberts Druggist I I I KIDNEY CURE KIDNEYi WAS GlVEIIIP TO DEB Virginia writes rears I b juicesbut stomach indigestiona successful like S M Intl c 4 i oft scientific STATE NORMAL r Have you received an appointment to the Fall Term of If not see your County Saperiatea dent at once about it The Institution stands for tbft teachers and pupils of nf ral schools Ifyou have not seen the new write a postal card request for o e todayAddress B N ROARK Preys the State NorBlal catalog aa Bentachys YT