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THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 HI07 t t QLrBBnIE Y rasa dfrnuksI With running races at Lexington and the State Fair at Louisville this week there should be no trouble for the fool to soon part with his money Judge W I Williams of this city is In Williamsburg this week sitting as special judge in some important cases in the Whitley circuit court Mr VII Hams has presided in this court on occasions his decisions giving per feet satisfaction to all parties Four more colored laborers left this week for Covington where they will work in the railroad shops this winter Since it is impossible to liquor and croak in Lancaster the coons are Hocking to the cities where as one croak fiend expressed it they can have their rigiiis Let em more the better former get gothe Ben Lee Hardin Court Day Hon Ben Lee Hardin one of the bestknown Democrats in the state will address the voters of Garrard county at the court house Court day next Monday at one oclock p m Everybody especially the ladies cor dially invited to be present The attendance at the Graded Schools was largely increased Monday morning as is always the case on sec ond week of every term All the class es were made up last week and every thing is now in order and running smoothly Every indication is for a most successful year and we believe the school will do fur better than in the past I J apple pte No Smoke No Soot I No Dirt I The STOVE 1 3 I nIflnrnInwii9 J 1 r FLORENCE To be demonstrated Saturday Sept 25 i front of our store Haselden Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware s In m m mmmmm s 1 E EEE 1 EE r E c Solicitors Wanted To canvass Garrard and surrounding counties We would also be glad place our proposition before any or ministers not engaged at pres ent Call at the Central Record office Gov Bradley To Speak Gov W 0 Bradley while not in best of health has decided to take stump and make several speeches the present campaign Lancaster old home is on the list and he will speak here Oct 2 Due notice of time will be given and it is a foregone conclusion that he will be given a reception in his old home A Fine Work The new indexed bible being intro duced in this city by Mr J 0 meeting with a great sale our people readily recognizing the worth of book to those interested in reading and studying the bible Church people and others too find in it what have long reference to particle of authority and reference needed If you have not seen the work be sure to do so for it is of inestimable value Mr Martin is stopping at the Simpson house and will be here for only a few more days Masonic Election At annual election of officers for Lancaster Chapter 56 Royal Arch Masons held Tuesday evening the following were chosen W 0 Rigney high priest Louis Landram king L L Walker scribe J M of host Henley V Bastin princi pal sojourner J W Sweeney royal arch captian F P Frisbie 1st veil Jacob Joseph 2nd veil Lewis Herndon 3rd veil J R Haselden treasurer J Lewis Gill secretary G S Greenleaf sentinel Right Man For Place It is with great pleasure his many friends read of Hon Jerry A Sullivans consent to make the race for the in Madison county The peo pIe all over the state irrespective of party affiliations are rapidly realizing the fact that unless they select the very best men to make laws Kentucky will never amount to much in the world and when our lawma kers are selected from men who put the interests of Kentucky before those ef some political party then and only then will the great natural resources of our state be brought out and capi tal can be invested with some degree of safety Mr Sullivan is broadmind ed honorable and a gentleman who can be depended upon to do what he honestly believes to be right let it hurt who it may Theres nothing of the peanut politician about Jerry Sul livan people of Madison will show wisdom in selecting him to rep resent their interests to teachers the the in his the rousing Martins the they wanteda every Rothwell captain commercial Legislature Much Sickness There was never so much sickness in town as at present and the doctors are all kept on the jump from morning til night There is no doubt but that much of this is caused from filthy al leys and other diseasespreading prac tices which are permitted There are numerous stables and privies in the town which are enough to bring on an epedemic of cholera and the health board should see that their orders clean them are carried out The health board is on the alert but frequently give orders which are not carried out Have the guilty parties fined and all future orders will be obeyed To State Fair A great many of our people are the reatnState Fair in Louis ville and many more will go down to night and tomorrow The rail roads are giving very low rates while the show of stock and other attractions are far ahead of any thing of the kind ever attempted in the South To our former townsman Mr R E Hughes who is secretary of the fair belongs the lions share of credit for the great success of the show Bob has certain ly made good in the Falls City and is one of the bestknown and most popu lar young men there He has the pluck and git up andgit to win in any undertaking Judge Hagar Speaks Judge S W Hager democratic candi date for Governor spoke at the court house in Lancaster Friday afternoon and was listened to by a representa tive audience of our people He was billed to speak at two oclock but was unable to reach town until nearly three consequently most all the peo ple from the country went home thinking it would be too late for them by the time he arrived Judge Hager while no orator is a sound reasoner and sets his claims before an audience in a clear convincing way which real ly has more effect in these days of thinking than does the skyscraping speaker who brushes cobwebs from the clouds and says nothing Judge Hager charged that one of Mr Will sons first acts he elected Gov ernor would be to pardon those charg ed with the assassination of the late William Goebel He then referred to Mr Ws request for a look at the books and said a similar demand had been made by former governor W 0 Bradley but the latter found nothing wrong He touched up National politics and wound up by predicting an oldtime Democratic majority in the state next month Mr Hager met many of Gar rards prominent politicians and was Shown every courtesy while in our town He was introduced to the audience by J I Hamilton to attending were Important to Parents After careful investigatian the trustees of Lancaster Graded Schools have decided if patronage will justi fy to establish a school for bookkeep ing business arithmetic penmanship commercial correspondence law business practice and bank ing They find the entire course can be given at a cost of about and the studies can be purrued along and not interfere with other studies The trustees will add these allimportant features provided as many as fifteen pupils can betained A firstclass in structor can be obtained one with and reputation If desired typewrit ing and stenography can be added at a very small cost If you want your son or daughter to get advantage of this opportunity it is very important that you so notify Prof Bridges at the school or J W Elmore or R H Batson on Public Square at once as there is no time to lose Nothing would be bet ter for your child than to give him or her a practical business course along fwith other studies It will not inte ere in the least with the retiularr studies Mammoth Cave Trip Sept 26th Mr Wm Bryan passenger agent ol the L N railroad called at our otlice today in the interest of the Mammoth Cave excursion which has been in another column for the past three weeks We consider this the best trip for the money ever offered our people The party will leave Lan caster at 505 a m going through Paris Lexington Frankfort and Louisville giving the party an opportunity to see the new Capitol also three hours stop in Louisville arriving at Mammoth Cave for supper Thence after supper the party will take the short route in the Cave and also the trip to the ruins of Karnak and great Mammoth dome thence following morning will take the long route trip which requires all day eating dinner lunch in the cave coming out about 500 p m thence the party will have supper lodging and breakfast at hotel after seeing the Cave giving a full nights rest before starting on the return home The above is all included in the 1265 which would cost the party more than 3000 if paid for at the usual rates The tickets are limited for ten days to oblige those who may wish to take a more extended outing We hope to see a party of twenty five or thirty worked in town aud county Mr J R Mount was in Frankfort a few days ago where he secured release from the School of Reform Prewitt Thompson a boy sent there some time ago the boys parents desiring his re turn He also secured the release from penitentiary Stewart Humber who was sent up some time ago for killing another negro Humber is very ill I 40 ability I advertised I I I commercial Build Opera House The Odd Fellows Always Pri gressive for Gees Likely ti Erect Tenple if OWL Theyll Prove To Be Prilfc Beiefac The Lancaster lodge of Odd is about to again prove to the world that the institution is not for selfish motives and organized simply for pa rade and show The members have put on foot a move to erect an opera lodge rooms over same to be as handsome and wellappointed as can be found in the state The Odd Fel lows are always in good shape finan cially and when it comes to good man agement they cannot be passed and seldom equalled The local lodge owns its present hall which has become too small forthe rapidly increasing mem bership and the suggestion to build was made Why not build an opera house in connection and thus work a benefit to the entire community as well was asked The idea went straight home to the members and at Monday nights meeting a committee was appointed to get prices on lot ad joining the new hotel and also on the Scott lot now owned by Romans El more That very reasonable prices will be quoted on both is a foregone conclusion as both lots are owned by people who are for progress and the building up of Lancaster They also know the inestimable value an opera house would be so its safe to predict that no hitch will be caused on price of lot An architect has the plans about complete and the committee will report at next Monday nights meeting of the Odd Fellows As nearly all the entire membership is for the move and realize the impor tance it is to the lodge to have decent and adequate lodge quarters we be lieve that in the next issue of The Record we will tell of the definite steps toward building what Lancaster nowneeds worse than anything decent place in which to hold public meetings entertainments etc and showing that Lancaster lodge of Odd Fellows is not behind those in sister where the lodges have built mon uments to their memory and helped their towns more than it is possible to do in any other way Wanted A man experienced in Merchandise Business Will pay good salary or give interest in business Locaticn is country near town A good house furnished For further information to this office 9 20tf To Fellows horse and 1 elsea cities an in apply High Honor For MeCraary The Kentucky State Journal in a long article says that in the event Wm J Bryan should again be nominated for the Presidency by the National democracy nothing could be more In harmony with the natural order of things than thatasouthern democratic leader should be chosen as his running mate and asks why should not this man come from Kentucky Thename of James B McCreary is the one that prominent leaders at the Capital here and throughout the Commonwealth are pointing to as that most suitable to be linked with the great Commoner in the mighty battle to be fought in the arena next year That the Senator would prove a most popular candidate and could at once command thesup port of the solid south for honor is not doubted by those who have taken the time to investigate conditions and the sentiment toward his candidacy which would be expressed were his boom to be formerly launched With years of faithful service for the demo cracy forming brilliant record behind him the greater portion of which has been spent in deliberation of questions of national statemanshipit is asserted by those who are suggesting Senator McCreary for the Democratic Vice Presidential nomination that it were indeed meet thatas acrowning achieve ment he be tendered the honor of the solid south on national ticket as a running mate with the great Nebraskan Regardless of past factional differences and insignificent party dissensions it is apparent here a quiet movement is being in Kentucky tosecure this honor for senator who is about to lay down toga To Mammoth Lowest rate ever named 1265 from stations on Kentucky devision Stanford to Richmond Sept 26th 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 963t A meeting of the stockholders and of The Lancaster Creamery be held at the Court House InLan caster on Monday September 23rd at oclock The meeting will be ad dressed by Mr Guthrie of the Dairy of Washington D C and by Piof Good of the Dairy of Kentucky Ladies invited B F Hudson Prest G B Swinebroad Mngr that launched the the Cave all from This Nstlcs patrons will 230 Department also Department representing OF THE Great Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range 4V 4V C 0 KIN G E X H I BIT BONE FREE r With every Majestic Range sold during this Cooking Exhibi tion we will give absolutely Free one handsome set of ware as shown This ware is worth 750 if it is worth a cent It is the best that can be bought We dont add 750 to the price of the range and tell you you are getting the ware free but sell all Majestic Ranges at the price You get the ware nee Remember this is for exhibition week only Ware will not be given after this week This ware is on exhibition at our store and must be seen to be appreciated Come in any day during the week Make our store headquarters Have coffee and biscuits with us Come if you intend to buy or not the information will serve you in the future EVERYBODY WELCOME o 7 a SET OF A EJi- A regular your gained t t AT OUR STORE BEGINNING Monday September 23 ONE WEEK Facts About The Great Majestic Range It is the only range in the world made of Malleable and Iron It has beyond any question ofa doubt the largest and best reservorIt uses about the fuel used on other ranges and does work by far The Majestic All Copper Nickeled Reservoir heats the water quicker and hotter than any other It is the only reservoir with a frame The Charcoal Iron Body of the Great Majestic Range lasts three times as long as a steel body Being made ofnonbreakable material there is practically no expense for repairing the Majestic f As for baking itis perfection not only for a few months but for all times to come A Great Majestic Range lasts three times as as a cheap range but it dont cost three times as much dont ask to take our word for any of the above state ments but if you will call at our store a man from the factory where Majes tic ranges are made will prove to your that these are absolute facts and will show you many reasons why the Great Majestic Usage to absolutely thebest that money can buy EVERYBODY WELCOME Charcoal long PROOFWe yon satisfaction more half better removable t 4 LE A B A fffffAiE 7J i o c 0 0 0aiz z A ti 1 Lancaster Kentucky f t i r sS I am 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 Frisbies Drug Store j 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 Frisbies Drug Store A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that it iisued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I appreciated i I i I f i I I j 1 i f t I ssssssa I tEJIII Bj special arrangements with Baitin Telephone Co any one can call Be Phone No 31 Besidenee 7No CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster JTy at Nail Matter Member Ky Press Association eond Class Lancaster Ky September 20 19O7 BOURNE Loton Ray sold to Jeff Dunn a colt price 16000 Allen Sherrow bought a work mule of Job Marsee price 915000 Mr Job Marsee and family were relatives in Boyle Sunday Yarde Marsee of Marksbury was with his cousin Speed Raines Sunday Fox Turner sold two nice calves to Henry Tomlinson of Bryantsville for 92500 Elisha Forbes and wife of McCreary spent Sunday with Sam Morford and familyMiss Margaret OHearn was the guest of Miss Ina Gulley Saturday and SundayMrs Aldridge and son H D are visiting Mrs J H Durham at Bry antsville Mr John Turner and family of were visiting Mr J CTurner and family Sunday Eiss Lena Hendren of Cincinnati is spending several weeks with her sister Mrs Fox Turner Thomas Turner sold a calf to C M Jenkins for 92000 also one to Henry Tomlinson for 91000 Messrs James Ledger and Everette Huffman returned last week from an extended trip to Illinois Miss Lottie Hamm has resigned her position with the Lancaster Exchange and is now with home folks Mr Calvin Bruner and sister Miss Bettie of Hickman were visiting Miss Minnie Carpenter Saturday and The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Itsthe happiest combination ofArnica flowers and healing balsams ever No matter how old tne sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles it has no equal Guaranteed by B E McRoberts druggist 25c 1m Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your Can you afford to take chance of los lug your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented A Iso all kinds of farm property insured Lancaster Ky Phone No 221 Res 132 920 tf suckling visit- Ing Lancaster Sunday compounded tobacco G B d See our line of New Fall Styles Ladies Fine Footwear NEW FALL GOODS in every Department Perfection School Suits for Boys T LOGAN Lancaster Kentucky IN I J i 1 Itot4 e w r r H 4 i r- a y a fit al- r t T ra haslsler Teachers Institute crowded out of last issue The Joint Institute composed of teachers from Lincoln Boyle and Garrard counties began its work in Lancaster Sept 2 and continued five daysBy an agreement of the superinten dents Mr J W Rawlings of Danville presided at the meetings the bonds of sympathy and goodfellowship already existing be tween himself and the teachers by his kindly manner and wellchosen from time to time It was truly a feast of good things and a time of upbuilding for the one hundredfiftyone teachers enrolled It proved a delight to all that the superintendents had secured such able instructorsDr of Karney Nebraska a scholar in the true sense of the term came to us full of enthusiasm and knowledge of the bedrock principles of teaching That his talks along the line of Psychology ArithmeticEnglish Gram mer Beading Grading preparation for teaching and methods put the as sembly to thinking was proven by the round table questions and discussions Prof F R Parks of Harrison School Lexington Ky gave the teachers much food for thought and practice in his work in Beading Geography Spelling Sensetraining and in other talks tending toward the ad vancement of the public school Prof Grinstead of Danville Eubanks of Lexington Rev Camp bell of Maryland Prof J E Mannix of Berea Collegeand Mr John K Lancaster were made honorary mem bers of the Institute All of whom excepting Rev were at some time teachers in one ofthe three counties Plenty of good muic was interspers ed with the work of the week and the social side was not forgotten On Tuesday evening an enjoyable reception was given by the teachers of Garrard to the visiting teachers Dr Clark on Wednesday evening spoke to a large audience an Life and Work of Dr Harper man who prayed God not for rest in the life beyond but fur a continuance workA was given Thursday by home talent and the male quartette from Berea College That this quartette charmed the audienee was evinced by the continued cheering after each number Miss Lillian Poor assisted in the of the evening by giving two in her delightfully pleasing mannerTaking all in all it was a week of profit and enjoyment for the teachers shared with the citizens of Lancaster who appreciated having the assembly and such worthy instructers brought to cityMary Knapp West Secretary We your committee on Resolution beg leave to submit the following First That our thanks be extended to the Methodist Church of Lancaster for the use of the church building to the hospitable people of Lancaster for our entertainment during the week and to all those persons who have contributed to our pleasure with music and song Second That we thank Dr Clark and Prof Parks for the profound inspiring and practical addresses given dvring this institute We feel fortunate in having the service of such able men Third That the Tricounty In stitute of Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties reaffirms its allegiance to the State Normals which were established by for benefit of the teachers of the state Fourth That the Institute extend thanks to Supts Rawlings Dunn and Singleton for their kind treatment at timesFifth That the thanks of this Institute be tendered the male quar tete from Berea College for its most delightful music Sixth That we as teachers of this Institute indorse the Southern School Journal as the leading Common School paper of Kentucky and indorse the unified system as presented by its editor and strengthened remarks Com- posItIOn Mrs R S T H West of Campbell liThe It A evening success recitations the GeneralAssembly 1 Prof Bridges Miss Ella Barker Miss Eliza Ison J L Brady Committee I Business Items Fresh Lowneys Candies at Zim of Post Cards atFrisbies Drug Store r tf your Toilet Articles Drugstore 817tf Crepe Paper inall shades at Frisbies Drug Store tf Our Soda Water is delicious Frisbies Drug Store Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Elkins tf New line of Dishes just received at 9 6tf Gill Walker Simpson Why buy a cat in a sack At our ex hibit next week we will show you a Majestic in actual operationMount Elkin Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Rave harness repaired and we can make them most good as new 9k Dent letyour tobacco mould Buy a stove of Mount Jb Blkin tf Buberoid Roofing the roofing that wears BaseMen Bros Oil that give satisfaction 2t Bros Be sure and call at oar store next week Mount mersNewlIne atJrrlsbles BroIL one t f den stoves day f- iyk t t 4 Mount Elkins Tobacco stoves will grade your Tobacco and prevent strutting tf Biscuits baked right in three min utes every day next week at our store Mount Elkin Our Tobacco Stoves are no experi ment they have been tested tf Mount Elkin We pay highest market price for produce 9 6tf Gill Walker Simpson Our Tobacco Stoves will save your crop and 25 per cent of your barn room tf Mount Elkin Come and see the great cooking won der at our store all next week See ad vertisement in this paper Mount Elkin Seed Wheat We have somethin nice glad to show it to you Banks Hudson The Majestic Manufactures Co of St Louis Mo will have a man at Mount and Elkin store all next week who will show you how to bake bis cnits brown top and bottom in three minutes Dont miss this chance of seeing the great cooking wonder For Sale Cheap One good milk cow and calf nice carriage and harness two buggy poles harrow two plows one horse wagon some bee hives a square piano and some other house hold goods 2t W A Beazley We are giving free worth of ware at our store next week See ad vertisement in this paper for particu lars Mount Elkin Timothy Seed A large stpck can make attractive prices as they are bought right tf Bank Hudson For Sale 150000 good brick Apply to D S Swope three miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike Phone 1U3F tf Magazines taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your or der Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store Drop in and have a cup of coffee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week Will be glad to see you if you intend to buy or not Mount Elkin We have large stock bought early can deliver promptly or load farmers wagons while they wait Banks Hudson Mulfinger Turner have opened a firstclass meat market near dept You will get the best if you trade with them 8 30tf Rooms For Rent Four good rooms in my residence near depot Possession at once tf Miss Fannie Bishop Bring us your eggs We pay 16c per doz Gill Walker Simpson 96tf For Sale J S Johnson will have a mower two horse wagon and a Superior wheat drill on the streets court day to sell 2t Ballards Ubelisk 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 desir ed to a man with small family easy terms Apply at once to Mrs Lizzie McCarley 2 miles on Crab Orchard pike t Help to secure the Business College by taking a scholarship It saves tray board expenses a big item Write Prof Lippard at once Please Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing me to please settle at once eith er in cash or by note J A Jonestf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at once t- 6Utf C A Arnold S G C Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment of the 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 ren dered J W Hill 712 6t McCreary Ky The Board of Education earnestly solicits the patrons of the Lancaster Graded school to send every elligible child in the district at once and not to miss the present opportunity of ac quiring an education free of charge Done by the Board Sept 16 1907 J S Johnson Pres Seed Wheat For Sale I have some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale Perfectly clean From threshing it has proven better in quality and yield than any other 91 per bushel J A Doty 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 Grand Lancaster 816lm Fun and Pleasure Skating at Lancaster Rink Opens nights at 730 Admission lOc Skates 15c good Floor Best of skates and courteous treatment to alL Taken as Black sow Sundarmorninjr in Owner can have same by prov in property and paying for her keep and this Lancaster ur School Taxes For the is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 1906 save cost by ing at once E W Harris Treat 811tt j 750 I am Coal tf elinR and it J Fins U Apply Every Friday Saturday U Etray 2t celebrated Lancaster pay 1 We are now Clearing Out Stock to make room for our immense stock of Fall Goods which will be gin to arrive soon 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 J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man i and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing in this line please 1 remember him J Regular Opening MIIililMEPV Saturday September 28th Our lines of Fall Millinery are arriving and the entire stock will be ready for our regular opening September 28 We extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect our goods We have the very newest latest and most stylish millinery to be found in Central Kentucky and can please you MRS ADA KINNAIRD GREATEST WONDER OF THE AGE Swans Sure Kidney Cure A Remedy Composed of Natures Herbs and Plants The greatest sure cure to the human family We can who were given up to die by leading physicians and after they had taken four doses they passed alive kidney worms in urine All who have taken this remedy have been cured Agents wanted by American Herb and Plant Company High Bridge Kentucky For sale at your Druggist R E McROBERTSLancaster Kentucky CiROBINSON g g g g g g l g k OF FRlili g ti g g S i I give the names of men 1 p J r M crY Pt C p wl- r W al 0 0 4 G r 0- 0ttGtt0 G G C 0 G P G G v N v C aax L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt jaw CHIn Police Coart Props atteatteato R over badness I 1 At taw Ra Heradea E DHerasies Lttze a Laeaeeer teiuety One eve stwee titer Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffiier Marx II I E5 rfII r Buying Clothes its a good thing to know exactly what you are getting the ignorance of the buyer is often a great source of profit to some merchants When you see a Hart Schaffner Marx label in a garment youre at once in possession of all the knowledge you need it tells you everything we dont need to say a word You know its allwool all right in style and tailoring and well guarantee a fit rfIImffll frItl rJ fj In OR ANYTHING ELSE White Elephant STORE fi l 1 W LDOUGLASII SHOE350 BEST IN THE WORLD There isnt a part of the W L DOUGLAS SHOE that will not stand the most care ful inspection It is honest in I i material inside and out honest in workmanship whether outside where you can see it for yourself or inside where only long wear can prove it For more than 30 years the DOUGLAS SHOE has stood for all that is best in footwear and today it is the Best In the World J FOR SALE BY SMITH HERRING SCHOOL and COLLEGE Text Books We have them all and a full line of SUPPLIES Buy them from us for cash Dont ask us to charge them We cant do it R E McRoberts Druggist Fall Opening Saturday September 28 You are cordially to inspect our dis play of Pattern and Readytowear Hats c Iii 6t 4 f WJ 1 I- j I I 1 8 flssIsl invited n 1 I I A I 4Q441 r0 I 1 I 1k 0- I 0 e t- ir w Walkers t Personal Mention Kr l1 i 1JL = J j U IK Jrj ft L j = = Miss Fannie West is visiting in Lex ington Miss Cora Ward is visiting relatives in Berea Mrs C D Powell is in Louisville this week for the State Fair Col W S Ferguson of Covington has been here for a few days Miss Annie Cotton of Danville has been visiting Mrs M K Denny Mr and Mrs J M Farra are in attending the State Fair Dr M K Denny and wife were visi tors in Richmond the past week Miss Mary Davishas returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Mr Alex Gibbs is visiting his neice Mrs John Baughman of Danville Miss Helen Patterson is at home a visit to relatives in Chicago Mrs J W Miller is in Louisville visit ing her daughter Mrs R E Hughes Miss Lettie Mae McBoberts has re turned to school in West Virginia Joe Burnside has returned from sev eral weeks stay at Dripping Springs Miss Delia Tinder left last week for Lexington to enter Hamilton College Mr William Ball has returned from a weeks visit to his brother in Cinncin natiMisses Margaret and Joan Mount were visitors in Stanford the past weekMiss Allie B Brown of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sr Mrs Jonas Rucker has returned from a vist to Judge Williams Shugars and family Miss Annie Herndon has returned from a plesant visit to Miss Julia Big gins of Richmond Judge J C Hemphill left Sunday for Hot Springs where he will seek relief from rheumatism Rev T H Campbell wife and two children have returned to their home in Rockville Maryland Mr Branham Beazley has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs John Baughman of Danville Miss Mame Lee Ballard of Bryants Ville has been the handsome and at tractive guest of Miss Ethel West Mrs Sallie Kruger Bowling Green is expected for a visit to Miss Jane Hopper and Mr John Hopper Messrs Ed Doty Lewis Herndon Ware McBobets and Lewis Gill attend ed the dance in Richmond the past weekMrs George Ballew of Madison is visiting her mother Mrs Edward Fran ces who is reported as very much improved Mrs George Pollard and children Gertrude Sallie and Clyde left Sun day to visit friends and relatives in Ohio and Indianapolis Mr J J Busby wife and childred and Elizabeth Edwards who have been guests of Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton af ter a visit to Crab Orchard Springs left Tuesday for their home in Mem phis Tenn Richmond Begsiter Miss Mable Mason left last week for Lancaster where she has accepted a position in the High School Miss Mason is one of our most intellectual and accom pUshed young ladies and is sure to make a success in her chosen field Misses Anne Royston and Alice Hen derson two former teachers In the Lancaster Graded School have been enjoying their vacation this year in the East having visited Saratogo Springs West Point MilitaryAcademy Vaasar College and other points along the picturesque Hudson River and York City bliss Royston returns now to her position as teacher in Chi cago and Miss Henderson will teach elocution in Liberty Miss this after o t New winter l Louisville Sam Johnson is in Louisville the Fair Miss Mary Moss is in Louisville the State Fair Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Lexington is visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs M P Frisbie is visiting Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville Miss Bettie Myers West is visiting friends in Danville this week Burnham West has been visiting his aunt Mrs J L Dunn of Burgin Mr and Mrs W I Williams have re turned from a visit in Louisville Miss Angie Kinnaird has been visit ing Misses Collins of Richmond Miss Julia Reid has been visiting I friends in Latonia and Cincinnati Mesdams J E Stormes and Louis Landram were in Danville Friday Miss Lena Bigney visited relatives in Richmond and attended the fair Mr W H Wherritt attended the Richmond fair and visited relatives Mr W C Davis has retured from a visit to Richmond and Nicholasville Mrs J Roe Young and daughter left Monday for their home in Shreveport La Mrs Margaret Buford of New York is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie TillettMiss Katie Lee Denny is visiting Misses Margaret and Marv Miller of Richmond Mr and Mrs W E Moss and little daughter Ruby are visiting relatives in North Dakota Mr and Mrs J 1 Hamilton have re returned from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Charles F Denman of Nicholas ville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Little Miss Edna Berkele of Rry antsville has been visiting little Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn Miss Fannie Wilson has returned to her home in RIchmond after a visit to friends and relatives here Mrs Sallie Ross Lawson ana son George have returned from Illinois where they spent the summer Mrs Charles Richardson and chil dren of Lexington are visiting Mrs James Collier and Mrs J C Robinson Mr and Mrs S D Cochran have just returned from a delightful visit to In dianapolis and other points in Indiana Mr and Mrs J J Walker left last week to visit their daughter Mrs Robert Brewer of Chelsea Indian TerritoryMiss Brown and left Monday for Talladega Ala where they will accept a position in a school for the blind Mr James K Barnes of Ft Smith Ark was the guest of Capt Herndon a few days since Mr Barnes resided in Lancaster in 1871 and found many old friends and acquaintances here who were delighted to see him Lexington Lerder Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson of Lancaster have come to Lexington for the winter and taken the residence on East Main street of Mrs Jennie Withers Smith who will be with them Their parents are expected from Lancaster to join them in January Danville Branham Beazley of Lancaster an old Centre College boy is here with the Danville Steam Laundry Company for the pur pose of taking a thorough course in that business from the front office to the engine room Mr Beazley after he has thoroughly mastered the business will go to Texas where he has been for the past two years and will there erect a large laundry business Mr Beazley exhibits much wisdom in select ing this concern to get his knowledge is probably the teat in the State I attending I i attending I Miss Goodloe I AdvocateMr lilt r Mr S W Poor and wife of Buena Vista were guests of Lancaster rela tives this week Mr Poor is one of Garrards most substantial citizens and is always in the fore front in every move for the public good Stanford Margaret and Joan Mount of Lancaster attend ed the delightful reception givenby Miss Susan Fisher Woods Wednesday evening Mr W 1 Williams and wife and L L Walker of Lancaster were at the St Asaph Hotel Wednesday Misses Hannah and Pearl Aldridge are back from a visit to Garrard relatives Mrs W J Romans and Miss Irene Romans of Lancaster were guests of Mrs W A Carson Bryan Ballard of is the guest of Ed Ballard Miss Angle Kinnaird of Lancas ter was the guest of Miss Clara Miss Isabel Walker and Mr Quincy Grey of Counersville Ind were mar ried last Friday evening at the Paint Lick parsonage by the Rev Frierson There were no invitations issued and because of the serious illness of the grooms mother the wedding was a very quiet affair There were no atten dants Miss Walker wore a handsome tailored suit of blue and blue hat trimmed in plumes The bride is a most estimable and popular young woman There was no affair given af ter the ceremony as the bride and bridegroom drove immediatelyto the depot and left for a Northern bridal tripLexington interesting rumor on good authority is that of the approaching marriage of the Rev George W Dunlap and Mrs Kate Ad ams Moore both of Kentucky which will be in November at Las Crucis New Mexico where they are now living Mrs Moore is the wid ow of Horton Moore and was Miss Kate Adams a beautiful Lexington girl Mr Dunlap is a man of many at tractions a graduate from Kentucky University and Presbyterian minister in charge of the church in Las Crucis Both went out to the West for the health of their companions and both were widowed by the white plague Mr Dunlap is the brother of Mrs Eu genia Dunlap Potts Mrs George Den ny and Mr Wood G Wood Dunlap of this city He has seven children by two former marriages all about grown and Mrs Moore has one child a little boyLancaster relatives and friends have received the following Charles E Phillips Verna Stickles Married Saturday evening September seventh nineteen hundred and seven Fresno Caliornia At Home 709 N Street Fresno Cal Resolutions Whereas in the dispensation of Providence our sister and coworker Mrs Stella Ford has been called hence from earthly cares and trials to peace and happiness to rest in the loving embrace of the Master she served so well and devotedly now be it resolved by the W H M Society that we deeply feel the loss to this organiza tion caused by the death of sister Ford for we greatly appreciated her untiring efforts for the cause we and recognized in her a woman of high character We extend our most affectionate sympathy and condolence to her family and friends and trust that they may find consolation in the fact that our departed one lived a life which vouch safed to her a final and peaceful en trance into that Home prepared for all the blessed Be it further resolved that these resolutions be spread at large on the minutes of this society a copy be sent the family of deceased and same be published in Central BecordThis 11 day of September 1907 Committee PresMrs J H Williams 1st Pres Mrs Jennie Goodloe 2nd V Pros Mrs Dr Evans Treas Mrs Sara Hamilton Sec Miss Jennie Lackey Mulfinger Turner want some good country meat 8 30tf 1 JournalMisses r Bryantsville Cooper HeraldAn cel brated I I I V I Heavenly represent r may Copyright r9o7 by IHut Schaffner E5 Marx Now is the time to have your Birders andMowers Repaired before yov go into the har vest field We have in stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machines and are 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 done We carry a larger stock of material than anyone and constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them 6onn Bro Buggies Buggy Harness Deering Binders Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS THE BIG SHOW COMING Frank E Griswolds Mammoth Railroad Pavilion Tin Nights in a BarRom Co Under a Big WaterProof Tent fitted up in Grand Opera House Style I rt Will exhibit at Lancaster Tuesday Sept 24 8 p m This Company carries 30 people A carload of all Special with Calcium and colored fire effects One of the best Bands Superb Orchestra of 10 pieces and a Magaphone Quartette only Company traveling that makes a specialty of this Grand Old Temperance Play and has no connection with any other attractions Nothing cheap but the price Admission 2lc 31c Come Bring the Family Prof Holly Rossmyers Military Band will give two popular at noon and 7 p m Dont fail to hear Little Marguerite the child actress as Mary Morgan She has no equal Remember the date Tuesday September 24th at 8 p m THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 19O5 NATHANIEL WHITAKER Richmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st It IB made of first clans material lid Itis stock proof 3rd It has BO dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble 4th Ithas 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 post 8th Itis easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so Scenery concerts BY any load of I Th Bead what a few seen of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14tb 1906 Ihave one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me its trouble so far and cant see how it wilL I like it splendid Respectfully J C Bucker After tag oae of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it fives perfect satisfaction I consider it the beat gate I have ever seen sot do without aIDe for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky Ihave of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I penect Mtiafarttai swiags so nicely and works so easy that any operate it My Uttte four year old boy has no trouble in using this Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky well pleeestfwits ita world without it one year tor the coat of the gate Iaivise every that steeds a good gate to buy one they are all rightT HilL Seli by Forest Bra McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY mtchstoail Keetacky seven till ore Would owned one sad chef oaa I tile this couaty to purchre ose of these gates 1 am rondo Calico olQund County 0 bsa giver aMt wsa ieit in d ore 1 Ii Farr f ari siirw ty ter i S S1i rf Cur Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If is Impure thin diseas ed hot orlull of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores neal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 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 falls 4 1lyr STONE Mr Charlie Askins and sister Fannie of Wilmore are guests of Miss Lula Crutchdeld Sanders wife and little daugh ter Ida Mae visited Mr and Mrs John Hicks of McCreary last Sunday Mr and Mrs Charlie Hamm of Som erset are visiting in this vicinity Mr and Mrs Jim Johnson of Wit more were guests of Mrs Walter Fayne last week Mrs Settle Crofford of Texas was the guest of her sister Eliza Duncan last week Miss Beatrice Sanders has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Mattie DuncanMrs Grow and daughter Miss Pearl visited Mrs M A Sanders and family this week Kirby Teater bought of G a bunch of steers at 3t L L Sanders bought of Doc Lee a bunch of shoats for 6c Joe Ray bought of Mr Lee a bunch of shoats for 61 Miss Lena Covington of Jessamine was the guest of Mrs George Ray last weekMr and Mrs Frank Folger and fami ly visited Mr and Mrs Johnson last Sunday- W G Preston and wife visited Mr and is very oftyphoid feverMr and Mrs Stephen Walker are re joicing over the arrival of a boy on the nth Mr and Mrs 0 P Stone of Nicholas vllle were pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs C M Mobley last Sunday Mr George Bay and wife of visited her brother Mr Will Me Creary Sunday Aldridge After a brief of typhoid Miss Katharine Aldridge died at the home of her parents in this city Monday morning Her death is pecu liarly sad coming as it did while all the family were stricken with the di sease and confined to their beds Fun eral services were conducted by Eld F M Tinder at the Lancaster Tuesday morning at nine oclock A friend hands The Record the follow ing fitting words regarding the lovely character of the young girl In thedeath of Miss Kittle Aldridge as she was familiarly known to her friends and relatives we are over whelmed with sadness to relate yet a beautiful life is its own eulogy It stands out against the background of a few years serene and complete There is nothing to wish undone noth fng to add to herspan of spotless days She was blameless gentle affectionate who kept the purple and tine gold of her nature unsoiled by worldly con tact She was second in age of a large family had she been spared would have been a great comfort to her par ents small sisters and brothers She has now passed in peace to her reward as sinless as a babe So this tireless toiler daughter and sister as the of death closed it closed also ov er the hearts of her three devoted un cles who did all possible for her She graduated last June but for the grace of God it might have been another one of the class Then life ebbed away near sunrise on the beautiful September day The of such a life will never pass away MEL MABKSBURY Tom Dunn is making an indefinite visit to his sister Mrs Alice Adams and Mrs Ramsey of Denver Colorado- T D Chesnutt sold to Billy Lawson 4 1200 pound cattle at 41 cts Jim Parks sold to Jake Robinson a bunch of about 35 shoats at 5icts Mrs Cyprus Daily was hostess at a splendid dinner recently The pests of honor were Misses Mandy Lizzie Brown and Mary Frisby of Lan casterBobt Clark sold a weaning calf to Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mlgh ty temptation to our young artisans to join the force of skilled workmen to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of and malaria It is the knowing ones those who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stem sob liver and kidney trouble by McBoberte druggist 50c 1m Important The firm of Beazley Austin bay ing been dissolved it is very import JOt that all accounts owing them be Mr Beazley will only spent time see how iaportaatitiitoiittte forget this please especially C S R W Thompson Sundaye Buckeye illness fever Cemetery restoration memory Anderson fevers eWej pace be here so oat I your blood twilight needed Guaranteed Node do at a you ly Ed Hendrickson for 16 00 Mr and Mrs Herd who spent 1hR Rummer with the family of Mr B F Patton returned to their home at Fort Worth Texas Their Jno Herd went to Va where he will attend school Mote Robinson sold to McDowell of Boyle county 25 head of cattle weigh ing on an average lOOOpound at ftcts to be delivered 1st of October Jeff Dunn sold to some New York parties his famous trotting mare Sallie Clinker for 400 A team of 2 year old mules to Green Bowling for 325 2 Shetland colts to Dr Ben Swope for 9000 each Bobt Fox left this morning for Lawrenceburg where he will spend this week buying mules Quite a number our people chaparon ed by Mr and Mrs Jeff Dunn left Wed nesday at the State fair All of the Don Quixote are not dead as is verified by a very popular widow er in this vicinity who recently went calling on his fair Layde and while still under the influence of a pair of beautiful blue eyes he returned home on foot in this dazed condition entire ly forget of the patient horse he left behind with no other noutshment for the night than the fence rail to which it was tied Mrs Sidney Pierce died of infirmities incident to old age at her home at Bunkie La last Friday Mrs Pierce was mother of Mrs Euginia Kemper who at this place Sympathy is extended to the bereaved in their M F Boute has returned home after spending several days at the bed side of his friend Dr Webb of County who has been quite sick the effects of a serve opperatlon The Sunset meeting by the C E at the Grove was conducted by Miss Add Arnold in absence of the President Miss Elizabeth Simpon a good crowd was present and a very enjoyable time reported by those who attended s Mr Charles Poindexter went last week to Fayette county to erect a windmill on the farm of Mr Will Clark Mr Joe Aldridge who was recently stickers with typhoid fever was remov ed to the home of his father at ter to be through his illness Much sympathy is expressed by the many friends here for family of Mr M G Aldridge several of whom have been down with fever and especially in the death of their eldest daughter Miss Katharine May A Humane Appeal A human citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D 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 and phthisic stops hemorrages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed- at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and LOO Trial bottle free 1m PAINT LICK Miss Margaret Pullins has entered The Madison Institute for the fall termMisses Ethel and Sallie Woods left last week for Virginia to enter school Miss Peral Baker went with them to stay a few days with them Two of Jim Metcalf daughters are visiting their cousin Miss Allice Met calf near Lancaster Frank Biggins and Claude Spilman attended the Richmond fair last week and had a nice time while they were thereMiss Ely who who has been visiting her mother Mrs A B Ely for the last two weeks has return home to her place of business Rev C S Young has opened his school in part of his house His wife has returned back home after a month stay with her daughter in South Carolina Mr and Mrs R N Beazley went to Cincinnati Wednesday Dan Burchel had a very valuable milk cow killed oy the 126 P M train going South Lest and Found Lest between 930 p m yesterday and noon todaya billions attack with uausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at McRob erts drug store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranted for bilious ness malaria and jaundice 25c 1m BUCKEYE Mrs Georgie Ray who has been quite ill is able to visit again Miss Lucy Dickerson Is the guest of Mrs Amon this week Mr Luther family were the guests of Mr and Mrs Wall Carter Sunday Mr Richard Burton of this place at tended court at Nicbolasville Monday Mrs Long of Madison county is visiting her daughter and son of this place Mrs Ray made a visit evening to see the new daughter of Mr and Mrs Nelson Davis Mrs John Land to improving Miss Mary Preston was the guest of Mrs S Mpberly of Stone Sunday even tug Mrs George BaY was the guest of Mrs John Brown Monday afternoon Mrs Human Teater has returned at ter a weeks visit with relatives at J son attend ful reSides sorrow Faye te hoarseness r Raney and J P Raymond Fink Richmond Lan Sunday Mrs Wall Carter attended the sale of her brother Davis Prather Satur dayMiss Ilia Hill who was on the sick list is improved Mr and Mrs McCuly are having their house improved by painting it Mr Hudson Able to Be Out His many friends are delighted to know that Mr Banks Hudson has im proved wonderfully in the past few days and is now able to walk up street The broken bones in his chin have not healed sufficiently to permit removing the bandages however but he is not able to open his mouth and talk much As stated at time of tile accidentbes one of our most useful and popular men and is needed in the community No Houses Although the first of the year is some time off yet there is a great rush for houses for next year and fortunate indeed is the renter who has secured a place to lay his head during the ap proaching year There are plenty of good building lots its true but nobody seems inclined to build The trouble is to be plain most all the money in town has drifted into the clutches of some people who hold on like grim death and will not invest it Tis a pity for many people would move here if they could get a house We know several families in the country who would sell out and move to Lancaster if they could get a home A Good Law Judge Bell in his charge to the Grand Jury at dwelt nn the new dog law passed by the LeglslaVirp He said that the same uw had been in force in Summer county for MX years and he gave it as his opinion that the worthless dogs in the country had decreased atleast fifty percent while the number of sheep had increased one hundred percent He also gave it as his opinion that the law was not only a good one but that it was conditional and should be en forced Notice of Election At a regular term of the Garrard County Fiscal began and held in theCourt House in the City of Ky on the 9th day of April1907 Court met pursuant to adjournment and the following proceedings were hadPresent Hon A D Ford Judge W S Walker Bourne Justices iW ElectiM to lepair tart Ruse called The question being under the consideration of the Court con cerning the condition of the Garrard County Court House the vaults of the same containing the public records the condition of the different court looms and the various once rooms in the Court House and the being before the court on motion and the same being submitted to the court for vote It is the of the court that the said Court House and the various named apartments need and in many respects remod cling and it Is the opinion of the court that the sum of 750000 should be appropriated for the purpose of said work as specifically set out and the said Court hereby suggest that said appropriation be made and does recommend the same that is that the sum of 7500 00 be appropriated for the purpose of repairing and overhauling the two vaults and loca Lion of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the Cupa lo if found to be necessary for and repairing the Circuit Court room and remodeling repairing and overhauling the Court for the of making it neat and and to put in the same a sys tern of and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same It is therefore ordered and ad judged by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County Kentucky that at the lar Election to be held in Garrard County on the 5th day of November 1907 an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at which all legal voters in Garrard County shall be priv ileged to vote oc the question Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the purpose of remodeling and repair lug court house ofGarrard County Kentucky for a sum not exceeding 750000 It is further that said election be held and polls oe open ed all the voting precincts in Garrard county and the Sheriff of and the object thereof for at least days next before in the Central Record it being the newspaper having the largest circula tion in county and further adver tine the same by printed posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Gar rard county an also at the door The clerk of this court is to furnish a certified copy of this or der to said Sheriff It is further order ed that if the vote hereby ordered is In favor of said bond issue then the Fiscal court will in obedience to said vote and under chapter 52 article 4 Kentucky Statues and the other statute to this subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding 750000 for the purpose of repairing and remodeling House of Garrard county Kentucky and to be payment and to payment and sale of as the court in its discretion may deem best but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their full value or bear interest at a greater rate than 6 per interest per annum from date until paid Oordered court adjourn- A D FORD Judge G C C A true copy J A Doty Clerk GCC by W A Doty of the foregoing order notice Is hereby given that at the election to in Garrard County Kentucky on the 5th day of held and a be opened at the various voting precincts in said in which voters of sid Garrard County will be yea matted to vote on said Lion of bond issue as fully set forth in said order Given under my hind M sheriff of 17 1907 C A ARNOLD at lenR h J H Dunn J P reiparing remodeling a t herebydirected thereof hand bUts CourtHouse issued upon suen terms as to time of percent D C urance an election wm be Garrard ThIs Sept Sheriff G C O r Lancaster comfortable ordered regular Noenr er1907 county Lime will help soils which have a tendency to bake hard I Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on requests by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys great value of this scien title prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Sour feed is not good for ex cept sour milk Selfrespect is begining of respect for others To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics for they are not only safe but decidedly certain and prompt Preven tics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preven tics Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cts Sold by R E McRoberts 1m The lousy bog cannot thrive and lay fatClover chat is fine for the chickens to scratch in Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescriptior known to druggists every where as Dr prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its Restorative action upon the controlling nerves of the Stomach etc A weak Stomach dispepsla a weak Heart with pal pitation or intermittent pulse always means week Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves Strengthen these in side or controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how these ailments disappear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mail samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Powdered charcoal for the little chicksThe trap nest identifies the hens If real coffee disturbs your Stomach your Heart or Kidneys then try this clever Coffee Shoops Health Coffee Dr Shoop has closely matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste yet it has not a single grain of real coffee in it Dr Shoops Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted grains or cereals with Malt Nuts etc Made in one minute No tedius long wait You will surely like it Get a free sample at our store Gill Walker Simpson 1m Public Sole Valuable Property- We will sell at public outcry on the Premises Wednesday Oct 16 07- at 1030 oclock A M Our Jan Cmtainiif 100 Acres It is located halt mile North o Mount Moriah church on the Cane Run and Kings Mill turnpike in the eastern portion of Mercer County Ken tucky The house is a suostantilly built twostory frame with 1 story ell with porches closets and other conveniences The land is in a fine state of cultivation and pro duces corn wheat and hemp 50 acres in grass 10 acres in timber the remainder under cultivation There are on the farm a Cistern Two Fine Springs and Two Splendid Fish Ponds Peach and cherry Trees Blackberries Raspberries and This place is to be seen ap predated At the same time and we will sell our HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE Farm ing Implemements and Tools and Crop of Corn Also Four Head of Horse stock amongst them the dan of Glorious Sun Rise by Bed which was sold with his mate by BJf Red Goddard for 93700 Also a Year of the same breeding also Stock Hogs and Sows and Pigs Two Fine Milk Cows and many other things TERMS On Land one half cash the remainder in two payments bearing six per cent interest until paid with precipitous clause on Per sonalty terms known on day of sale Allen T Cook and Wife Burgin Ky T M Cardwell Anctioner PUBLIC SALE of LAND I will sell on the premises at public auction my farm 4i miles north east DanvilleWednesday Oct 207at Ten Oclock Sharp The place contains 146 acres has six box house good cistern and nee out buildings Plenty stock Terms made known on day of sale English Auct N JEAN DanvilIeKy those who shave themselves go to Henry Duncans Shop and have your Razor Honed make a specialty of concaving Come in and see our new By frolic Chairs We have everything ew and uptodate We use the tome Clean Razorand Get Away Shears Twentytwo years of Experience HSNBY DUNCAN I costthe a po ultry 1 ShoopsRestorative- The I caus- Ing quickly profitable ImItationDr OF i Strawberries t Cipt T D We razors wa i f Lean LETTER TO OUR lEADEKN ending Druggists Guarantee Hjr omei to Care Catarrh or It Ceet Nothing To the Editor In view of the prevalence troubles at this season of ther year we want to tell your ers that we have never that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used in catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested In Hyomei for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in with Hyomei It is a thor oughly local treatment for a local dis ease and its soothing healing goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Hyomei outfit of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with directions or we will refund your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues ci Vyomei t Yours very truly I R E McRoberts Druggist KILL COUCH M CURE THE LUNGS of ca- tarrhal read a connection consists TIlE i anything i medication WITH DiscoNew FOR OK XOVXT KEFUHD Fine Farm For Sale In Garrard County ed on new pike near Point 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 recently completed with all out buildings and good new barn 40x60 Well watered six never failing springs and creek running through TEIOIS cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per cent interest until paid Persons looking for such place please write M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or WO Walk re Stanford Ky Isabelle P E 31 and W O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf uMrtule rdkf fin Mainspring of Life No One Can be Strong With a Weak StomachThe is the mainspring o life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nour ishedOne may perhaps get temporary relief from stomach troubles by us ing pepsin or some other digestant but this treatment has no curative ef feet It does not reach the seat o the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use MIona0 which restores lost functions oC whole digestive system revives ging nutrition and aids in the as similation of food Miona is a pleasant to use and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It restored the torpid glands and stimulates natural digestive secretions Ill checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes inflammation and cures all troubles such as held aches backaches rheumatic pains furred tongue sleeplessness nerv ousness and general debility whlcis are caused by imperfect digestion It is the only remedy that is so successful in the cure of diseases that we are willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of Miona tablets that the will cost nothing unless it cures R E McRoberts Druggist PUBLIC SALE Having decided tomove West I will on Saturday October 12 1907 at my house on Poor Ridge pike about four miles from Lancaster sell to the highest bid der the following property Three head of mules saddle mare and colt one brown combined hors six old three cows two heifers two suckling calves one western mare nine years old wagon gy and carriage binder mower farming household and kitchen furniture win also at same time and sell the growing crops on 97 acres consisting of corn and tobtcco Fortyfour acres of improved land on Sugar Creek will also be at same time if not sold before day of sale together with growing crop Terms made known on day of begins at 10 oclock James Walter Brows Am Bourne Auct ITlniMi li tnnTiTi beta sad lHdi teat fflqeayy yet they are symptoms of a certain Nerve sickness else that Ant conertlyted DrShec fa tte cnattoatoftbat BOW Iar Stoawdk Remedy Dr Restorative to the rtaamckaerres aloes brought that success fat that origteal and highly vttavcteciBKM Breath and i Dr RestorativeR AM TllKOAT A fine blue grass for sale situat Leaven E PILES the thej uni- formlY stomach remedy implements a am td Is oL and iWJf true eue We tIk hum as ssed4e k Ws lid s lo4orto Dr SIIooDMd accoal wetse tebe Jtesorad it caa adII Shoop s ANSLRMNTMYLE- SaIIIRAIllT1 D SJTISlLC107t farm thereon het k Shams N4c illnt t i sate net a of Dpspeeie was dire ad Beetoeatirewfib P show coos kfsDklsor a e- seBwhat dodo We ass PILES or ovcxa j Fret pucE T i Ile T o t liPuIif- kskNscr i 1- iX 54