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THE CENTRAL RECORDMI KTXTM TMAM LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 WOT x No Smoke No No Dirt The STOVE Soot a as I g 3 j FLORENCE To be demonstrated Saturday Sept i in front of our store Haselden Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware JiUIUlUUR E 2 J I E 3 LE 3 E L1MMIMIMIsIIMIMIMuIIiII 11 IJ1Beazle9 I Undertaker JderiII Cavity Wallilc I onOnce Dnvllle Street FULL LIKE OF CASKETS AHIl BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK T DAVIDSON Attorney At Oflce over Police Props attention to business R L Court mom bath as Herndon Ben D Herndon lERNMN MERNION Attorneys At J w- LaacMter Kentucky Oflce over Stores drug I store Ls Bright Fox Danville bought some mules court day at from t50 to 200 Dont fail to see the Walking Cake at Mount Elkins Friday Greatest demonstration in baking ever A great many people went to Cincin nati Sunday on the excursion It is possible that another will be run in two weeks and it may be the last The fare is only tl75 the round trip Surpassed Well I dont won der Think of 4000 pounds weight on a cake and then have a Bange that will tiring itback in five minutes to its original height Mount Elkin can prove it to you B E Henry who brought fifteen or twenty cows from Tennessee last week has sold most of them but has severel left which may be seen at Mr Solon B Henrys They are extra fine are sell lug at reasonable figures The old play Ten Nights in a Bar Room was given under a large tent by a good company Tuesday night The troupe carried a splendid band and orchestra which was a great relief to those who witnessed the tiresome old play W B Burton sold to Smith Bros of New York six mules for 100 He al so sold to Harbison Co a very fine walktrot gelding by Bed Leaf fancy price He bought several horses court day at from 150 to 200 A Bip Rally The Kentucky Anti Saloon League is arranging for a big rally in Lexing ton on October 20th No Preaching Sunday As the pastor Bev J H Williams will be away next Sunday there will be no services either morning or even ing at the Methodist church The Petrified Truth The man who mows the weeds in front of his place and keeps his tree trimmed has done more for his com munity than the citizen who has figur ed out which political faction will save the country Jim Dalton Much Netter His many friends are delighted to know that Jim Dalton who has been quite ill of fever is rapidly recovering and able to come to town Mr Dalton had a very stubborn case and his re covery was in doubt for a time A Fine Lecture On the evening of Friday Oct 4th Miss Annie Davies of Alabama forign missionary will lecture in the Lancaster Methodist church A cor dial invitation is extended to all es pecially the young people to be pre sent attempted I for a 3F 33XB3Z See our line of New Fall Styles Ladies Fine Footwear NEW FALL GOODS in every Department Perfection School Suits for Boys H T SLOGANV Lancaster Kentucky IN I I L H Mr Gaines to Leave Mr W R Gaines who has had charge of the Mason Hotel for some time has rented a farm in Lincoln county and will move thereto in a short time Mr Gaines has made many friends ic Lancaster who regret to see him leave I Court Day A very large crowd was in town Mon day Business however was very poor with both merchant and farmer There were no cattle sales There were a number of mule colts on the market but buyers were scarce A few sold at from 65 to S125 The weather being so warm was cause of sluggish The Rink Open The skating rink has been opened for the season and is attracting large crowds It seems that the skating craze has come to stay and will be even more popular this winter than last Lancaster has a splendid rink good management the venture of the greatest enjoyment to the people Important K P Meeting The local lodge Knights of Pythias will hold an important meeting to morrow Friday night and every member is urgently requested to be present The meetings have been abandoned during the heated term and now that cool weather is here it is the intention to get the lodge in bet ter working shape than ever before Every member should attend this Mr Williams Returned His many friends are delighted to know that the Methodist Conference returned Rev J H Williams to the Lan caster church for another year Mr Williams is a minister of fine ability and a man who does great good in a community Not only his church but the community at large is to be con gratulated upon his return Hustling on Hotel Work on the hotel is progressing very rapidly The seven brick layers all experts from Louisville are run ning the walls up in a hurry while a force of carpenters from the same city are pushing the wood work with great speak It will be one of the best built houses in the state when com plete Mr Edward J Lewis who has charge of the building is a gentleman who has made many friends in our little city He understands his and sees that the contract is car ried out to the letter Spoke Monday Hon Ben Lee Hardin of Mercer ad dressed a audience at the court house Monday in behalf of the democratic ticket His speech was highly complimented by all who heard it At conclusion of the address Senator George T Farris democratic candidate for representative made a good address which was enjoyed by audience The senator is a good speaker and tells his views in unmis takable language The senator is well known all over the state as The Father of Local Option he having passed the present bill known as the unit bill Temperance Meeting After considering the matter the local ministers decided to hold a series of temperance meetings at the churches on each Sunday night until further notice Last Sunday evening Eld F M Tinder gave a very Instructive and interesting talk at the Christian church and on next Sunday evening Rev Brown will preach a similar sermon at the Presbyterian church Services at other churches are dispensed with and all are invited to attend the union meeting It is hoped that these meetings will result awakening new interest In the ques tion Prices Continue te Climb Instead of showing signs of coming down the price of newspaper contin ues to climb and we are reliably in formed that paper we are paying 31 today will be four cents a pound by the first of the year What the coun weeklies are to do is a proposition indeed If itwere only the newspaper going up the publishers might stand but all other classes of material is soaring the slime way and job stock is as high as a cats back The Record office will not increase its prices yet a while but from present indications every printing office will soon have to more money for their work or shut up shop Senator Farris in Louisville Louisville Times Senator George T Farris of Garrard county is spending the week in Louisville the Kentucky State Fair He says it Is the greatest exhibition of its kind that the South has ever seen and is proud of the fact that he was connected with the Legislature that made the fair possible Senator Farris served two terms as a member of the State Senate an unusual distinction when It is considered that his district is made up ofseveral counties rotate la the election of a Senator He is now the Democratic nominee for Representative of Garrard county and he says he will carry the former home of GOy W 0 Bradley by a large majori ty While a member of the Senate Mr Farris wire the author of several antiliquor and local option bills and litIf called the father of local option prov- Ing business the different C C In try It get attend- Ing that he which business meeting good sized for Former iiuKwiucl7 To Renovate The Soil The stubblefields are this fall by an exceedingly rank growth of weeds and grass which when plowed under will be equal to a good coating of manure Sales of Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad sold a lot for J R Haselden to H C Hamilton at GOO 41 acres on Buckeye pike to John Henry at 2700 and 70 acres for G B Swinebroad on Lexington pike to John Eager at 90 per acre Danville Rink to Open The Danville skating rink will open next Friday night Sept 27th at seven oclock for the season A splendid new orchestrian has been purchased the floor re dressed new skates purchased and every thing is in readiness for the enjoyable sport The people of this city are given a cordial invitation to attend ReRents Hotel The many patrons of the house will be glad to know that Mr John Ballard has rented for another year and will continue to run the hotel on Danville street Mr Ballard and his estimable wife have by splendid management built a good reputation for their hotel and are enjoying a good business The rooms are clean and comfortable while the table can not be surpassed Opening of Fine Millinery Miss Minnie Eastham of Danville Central Kentuckys leading milliner invites the ladies of Lancaster and Gar rard county to attend the fall millinery at her establishment next Saturday the 18th We have just from New York City where we the pick of everything new in this line and take great pleasure in telling you that we can supply you with the same prices We have the swellest in Central Kentucky and are for you to see the stock The Lexington Trots Commence Tuesday Oct 8th and continue two weeks Historic stakes are contested daily and the races are filled with sensational horses from all America many meeting at Lexington for the first time Kentuckys Great Trots are always the best on earth and this year are better than ever Excursion rates of one fare round trip are in force from all Kentucky Web ers Prize Band of American and Blanche Berndt Mehaffey the graund opera sopramo will give daily concerts Remember the dates Oct 8 to 18 and attend Fine Shetland Poines Mr Dan Elkin who has been quite successful in raising Shetland ponies has just purchased four more beauties they coming from a lot just received from the Shetland Islands by Mr Hagan for his great farm at Lexing ton Mr Elkin was quite fortunate in getting the ponies as they are the very to be bad These ponies are be coming very Mr Hagan who has just had a man there saying that they are almost impossible to find on the island Mr Elkin has twelve or fifteen of the prettiest ponies in the state They are all registered too Will Know Monday Night The committee on securing a lot for proposed new opera house and Odd Fellows Lodge Rooms was not ready report at Monday nights meeting having several good locations in view However they are about ready with their report which will be made next Monday evening Thers seems to be no doubt of the erection of the as nearly every member Is in favor of it and the lodge can well afford to do the work By the way if some one wants a good investment he can get one by buying the present lodge room and converting it into offices Office rooms are renting at an enormous figure and there is a de mand for more Mr S D Rothwell Shot Saturday Mr S D Bothwell pro prletor of Dripping Springs was as shot by three men Geo and Jim Adams and a fellow named Grant The weather having driven all the guests from the resort no one was there save Mr Bothwell and his niece Miss Lizzie Bothwell The three men came to the hotel for a drink of water and as Mr Bothwell was not present they began to swear and raise a great disturbance all three being drunk Miss Bothwell ordered them away and Mr Bothwell having been attracted by the noise appeared and endeavored to get them to leave They began shooting at Mr Bothwell and the young lady ran into the house secured a revolver and emptied it the three men Mr Bothwell was shot in the shoulder by a 32 calibre rifle The men left but returned again began firing Mr Bothwell being shot in the leg with a shot gun The men again disappeared Mr Bothwell who is crippled had only a little amnni tibn and was unable to put up the fight he should and would have done The men were drunk and simply at tempted to take the place Indigna Lion is running high and the legion of friends of the Big Injun trust the law will be enforced to the fullest ex tent While the wounds are painful yet they are not dangerous None of the desperadoes were injured so far as known The Adams from Lincoln while Grant in Garrard All lye In the neighborhood of Dripping Spring opening- of returned had line anx- Ious finest scarce the to saulted and at and covered building certainly cool are resides MEET DEATH IN OHIO TOWN Two Garrard County Boys John Leav ell and Ben Marsee Killed by Es caping Gas at Hamilton Ohio Tuesday morning the editor of The Record received a telegram from the Daily Republican News at Hamilton Ohio stating that two men named Leavell and Marsee had been found dead in a hotel in that city Chief of Police Beazley was hastily summoned and a hasty investigation proved that two of Garrard countys bestknown young men John Leavell and Ben Marsee had gone to Cincinnati on the Sunday excursion and had not return ed Relatives of the two boys were im mediately notified Chief Beazley then phoned the chief of police at Hamilton and the identity of the men established Relatives hurried to Danville where they caught a Cincinnati train and were in Hamilton by ten oclock that night The bodies were brought to Lancaster yesterday aternoon and burned in the Lancaster Cemetery this morning at ten oclock It seems that the two boys decided to go to Hamilton late in the evening and said nothing to the other Lancaster their intentions Arriving in Hamil ton late at night they were directed to the St Charles hotel They remain ed in the room all of next day and that night a chambermaid reported she could not get into the room The door was forced open and the two men found lying on the bed having been dead for some time Leavell Is a son of Mrs Susie Leavell Marsee being the son of Mr Noah Marsee Both are of wellknown famlles and stood well in the community They were honest hardworking men who were respected and well liked by all who knew them Marsee was about twenty years of age Leavell about twentyfour QThe coro ner at Hamilton made a careful inves tigatlon and decided that the men lost their lives from inhaling escaping gas The hotel proprietor states they were in apparent good health and all right when they came to the hotel From all information obtainable this Is the correct tneory Benefit At Rink The proceeds of the rink tomorrow Friday afternoon will be given to the Atheletic Club of Graded School The young men are working hard to estab lish a good athletic association or club and seed some funds Every public spirited citizen should buy a ticket to the rink and thus help the boys They have organized tennis and foot ball teams and some good sport will be forthcoming if they can get a little as sistance The rink opens at 3 oclock Patronize it and help the boys A Traveling Tiger Officers Beazley and Herron having wiped out blind tigers in Lancaster now proceed to gather in those who bit only the high other words those who sell on the fly Having obtained a clew they went to the depot early Monday morning and arrested a Stanford colored man nam ed Logan who was on the excursion train returning from Cincinnati It is charged that Logan has been making trips on this train and dispensing booze to thirsty passengers A witness was secured who said he bought liquor while the train was in Lancastei hence the officers gathered in Logan as l e was returning Several large sacks of beer and a large quanity of of Cincinnati barrelhouse busthead whisky was captured Fixing Em Up The electric light wires are being overhauled and the system put in order The wires are being stretched and many place overhauled where they have become slack and in poor condition Mr Walker tells The Record he will spare neither pains nor expense to give Lancaster the best service in Central Kentucky He will soon begin under the new franchise which calls for a oneoclock service and when this begins we predict the service will be all that anyone could ask By the way if you hayent elec trio lights in your house why not They are far cheaper and much less trouble than the oldtime coal oil lamp and there Is absolutely no dan ger from fire When once used house keepers would not part with them for many times their cost Ask for an estimate on wiring your house and see how cheap these great conveniences are Grand Celebration at Beeneebere The members of the Boonesboro Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will unveil a monument on Saturday Oct 5th at Boonesboro Madison county and the event Is looked forward to with great pleas ure bT the people of all this section of Kentucky The monument te to the memory of Daniel Boone and other brave pioneers who were in the fort and shared his dangers hardships sad victories Addresses be delivered by Col Jas W Caperton Hon Jas B Me Creary Major Burnam and others so win known as speakers and typical Kentucky gentlemen There will basket dinner and all are asked to bring well IDled baskets The cadet corps of the Normal School together with the drum and trumpet corps will be no hand and a great day Is expect ed All KentuckiaM who love their state and who can get there should at tend the celebration Pair of rimless nose m use fLWwwmrttt returned to ofJot people- of spotsIn perfect be- Ing boa LaM f 1W will glasses VALUABLE PAPERS UNSAFE All Records Deeds Mortage Eteln Gerrard County Court Hens Liable be Destroyed at Any In this Issue of The Record appears the official notice of the vote to be taken on the question of tesuiBg bowls for the purpose of overhauling the court house and putting it into batlta ble safe condition If the voters of Garrard county would only stake an inspection of the building they would not only vote for theproposition but would If business men go out and tell the people how important it is to have the house The roof Is about gone while the cupalo has become so rotten and dilapidated that it is only a matter very short time when some of it will fall and possible kill la case a person is Injured by the old hull it means a law suit and judgement a gainst the county which will cost the taxpayers almost enough to build a new house outright The most important feature In the matter is the fact that the vaults are not fireproof and should the bouse burn which is very probable with the present manner of heating the records and deeds would be destroyed causing loss and trouble which could never be overcome Any business man knows that the loss of deeds and mortgages would mean years of time to replace and possible some could sever be This of course would mean the depreciation in value of land for no man would want to pay a good price for land on which he could not get an absolutely clean and clear title This is a matter our people should coo sider and if carefully looked into we believe every man with business judge ment will Tote to put the house in safe condition The doors OH one of the vaults have already fallen off so thatit is worthless to way of protection The other vault Is about on a par with an old bea coop wheat it comes to protection frost fire This is a business proposition the people should take up right away and see that a place is prepared in which the records deeds mortgages etc can ba preserved Theres no need of mention ing the appearance of the old eyesore as the people are painfully aware off the fact that Garrard has the worst looking temple of justice in Central Kentucky It is truly hoped that the voters will not act so unwise as to let this allimportant matter fail to pass at the approaching election but will vote for the londs a very reasonable sum and thus insure the safe keeping of the books papers deeds etc the loss of which could never be repaired Welkin Cake Day Mount Elkin Lancaster agents for the Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranges will give to the public Friday Sept 27th 330 p m a most wonderful and Interesting deco onstration in Cake Baking A layer cake will be baked in the Air Tight Oven of a Majestic Range 18x21xT laid on the floor wrapped in paper sad boards placed on top upon which 25 ladies will stand crushing It flat It will be again returned to the oven for five minutes when it will rise again to its original height be cut and served to all present Dont Sudden Death of J M Hie News of the death of Mrs J M HIatt which occurred Saturday was a great shock to the many friends and acquaim tances of the family She was 111 only a few days and few knew of her India position A severe change for the worse came causing a hemorrhage on the brain she remaining unconscious until the end case Mrs Hiatt was Miss Maggie Layton before marriage and came of one of the most popular and wellknown families In Garrard county She was beloved by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance and was a lady whosemany good deeds will live long after she has passed to her reward She was a devoted of the Presbyterian church and no case of worthy charity ever passed her unaided She was a general favor ite and will be missedvT Uwse for who she was always so ready anxious to aid Funeral were held at Presbyterian church Monday morning the interment taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery The grief strick en husband aadjbtber devoted relatives have the deepest sympathy in their great bereavement ImaeHMt Maeetaej T Mr yester day in the Interest of the farmers institute to be held In Lancaster next Thursday and Friday the 3rd sad 4th This institute is held wader safer vision of the state Commissioner of Agriculture Mr Vreeland and the second to be held in the connty nndcr the new law authorizing it Adirastn will be delivered by Messrs M FJoan son of W D Zlnn of West Virginia A Doble of Onto other practical farmers who are also good speakers farmerIn the county should attead the msftlnmr which will be held both morning sad after noon of each day Then will nc no collection taken the state defrayta all expense Printed program have prepares sad Institute pros toes to be well attended ef tie KM sad come to town tears somthlng which will Umabte talme to JM He 1 t Tune re- paIred ot- a sollie one replaced It Mrs tile W D Cisybrook was here J Every the greatest beIIeIt miss member sad at s Bea y aid bees sad tothe farmer berths acni beat lass akoeli s11Ii I am in the market for Wheat and Hav at the highest CASH market price I have a good grade off purpose and a better grade for the cook stoves and grates jE Farmers will find it to their interest to see or m phone me before selling their products Plenty 9 of sacks for your C Wheat and plenty of baleing wire for hay A call will be 5 BANKS HUDSON i Farmers AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency M1 ii fIWW o c 1It U 141 itl for Threshing your t Block Coal appreciated FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Now is the time to have your before yov go into the field We have stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machines and are better equidped than any one to do your work not only in the ma chine line but on your Wagons Plows Buggies and all other kinds of work you need to have done We carry a larger stock of material than anyone and constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them Conn Bros Birders andMowers Repaired harvest i n HT HEBRON Mr Isaac Duncan of Kokomo Ind is with his brother atthis place Mrs B F Grow and daughter Pearl were with Mrs E F Scott last week Miss Lottie Simpson of Stone was the guest of her cousin Miss Chloe Sherrow Sunday Miss Pearl Sanders and Mr Tom Hicks were the guests of Mr and Mrs Edd Grow Sunday Mr and Mrs Willie Grow Miss Jen nie Rogers and Mr and Mrs John Lane in our midst Sunday Miss Leola Scott and Mrs Edd Grow attended the Teachers Association at Gunns Chapel Saturday afternoon Mr Edd Grow bought of Jean Van derpOOl a work mare price 140 also bought of same parties and pigs for 25 Mr J M Vanderpooland family have moved fro this place to Lexington where they will make their home in the future In the absence of our pastor Bev J B Jones Bev Shirley of Georgetown de livered two excellent sermons for us Saturday and Sunday Misses Beatrice Sanders Alice Sny Llnnie Preston accompanied asow der and were by Messrs Jasper Noel Kirby Teater and Jim Sanders attended preaching at this place Sunday and were with Mr and Mrs Henry Montgomery On the night of the 14 inst Mr Jean Vanderpool and Miss Lora Keenon both of Lock No 8 eloped and were married at Jeffersonville Sunday The happy bride and groom are making their home in Lexington May theirs be a long happy and successful life A Humane Appeal human citizen of Richmond 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 I 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 B E McRoberts drug store 50c and LOO Trial bottle free 1m Ihave some high grade timothy seed and seed wheat for sale W B Cook tf Lancaster A U DMr i CENTRA RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY J100 A YKAU LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky September 27 19O7 In Memoriam When on the beautiful morn of Sept 16 the sad intelligence was conveyed to relatives and friends thatthe spirit of Miss Katharine Mae Aldridge had taken its flight from earth they were all brought more to realize the truth that Death rides on every passing breeze He lurks in every flower Such a solemnity seldom falls over a com munity for her parents and several brothers and sisters were ill when to her the summons came when the first link in the golden chain was broken She had been ill only a few weeks with typhoid fever and while it was known she was very sick yet it was hoped she would be spared to cheer the hearts of her dear ones in the future as she had in the past But alas their hopes were in vain The hand of the kind physi cian had done all in his power so the devoted parents brothers sisters and friends could only bow in humble and weep for the lovely girl who had passed away Miss Aldridge years of age was the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Malk Aldridge She was a member of the Lancaster Christian church and her pure life was one which indeed in sures her a crown in the GreatBeyond Was also a member of the Christian Endeavor and was always devoted to her work We can repeat the words of our Saviour Well done thou good and faithful servant We can reconcile ourselves to the thought that she is gone but not forgotten Her day has indeed ended her sun of life has set beyond the of our vision yet streaming upward lingers the fragrant memory of her pure life and it will abide with us for many many days Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery Sept 17th at 9 oclock by her pastor Eld F M Tin der On that bright morning four months from the day she graduated we laid her to rest robed in spotless white beneath a covering of fragrant beautiful flowers sent by loved ones We heartily sympathize with the be reaved ones and bid them look to Him for comfort Who doeth all things wellDear one thou art gone to sweetly a faith God Given and this prayerThat journeys end We all shall meet thee there The Great Majestic Range on Exhi bition at Mount Elkins every day this week but Friday is Walking Cake Day sub- missIOn goneyes restWe ur was 18 hardly horizon radiantly S Notice to Public I Owing to the sharp advance in prices on provisions all kinds we are forced to advance the pries of our court day and other public day dinners to 35uts We serve everything the market and will give you the best meal you can get in town We appreciate your patronage Thanking for past favors Ballard House The Big Head The big head is a popular way of expressing a common and very fre quent ailment It arises from various sources but the real foundation is lack of sense A little money develops it in some people a few good clothes gives it to others a little ofllce where a chance is given to exercise a little authority is often the cause of it while others get it by having a lit tle better job than their associates The truth is no sensible person gets the big head The new one who becomes stuck up andstiff necked from sources of any kind is weak in the intellectual cailber Remarkable Decrease of Arrest Un der Local Option RICHMOND CLIMAX AUG U 1W 7 Facts are stubborn tiling the old saying has it I have made the discovery from the official records of the City Police Department MONTHLY ARRESTS FOR DUUNKKNESS Arrest for drunk in July Local Op S 11 June 12 saloons3G U U U May ii U 44 ii ii i April ii ii 75 Average monthly arrests before local option for drunks 52 under local op tion only 8 COURT DAY DRUNKS ARRESTED April court day drunks 12 saloons 22 May 12 June 9 July Local Op 1 Average court day drunks before option 14 under local option 1 TOTAL ARRESTS ALL KINDS April 12 saloons 0 May 50 June 50 July Local Option 20 Total arrests April May and June before local option 202 average 07 for July under local option 20 locked in jail costs the city 50 cts and 50 cents per day for board It has been costing the city in jail fees about 1100 per annum C E Woods Mayor Hurry Hurry Mans business requires haste re marks the Journal of Public Health The average business man and pro fessional man eats in a hurry and gets dyspepsia He walks in a hur ry and gets apoplexy He talks in a hurry and gets the lie Ho does business in a hurry and becomes a bankrupt He votes in a hurry and produces corruption He marries in a hurry and gets a divorce He trains his children in a hurry and develops spendthrifts and criminals He gets religion in a hurry and forgets it in a hurry He makes his will in a hurry and loaves a iegiil contest He dies in a hurry and goes to the devil And his tribe steadily in creases affords I I II II h eo eo eo following I local Everyman Fall Announcement We take great pleasure in announcing to the people of this and adjoining counties that we are now receiving our Fall and Winter Goods Time pains nor money have been spared in securing the Handsomest and Best lines to be found and we know we can please you in both quality and price Evorg New 6roation in Dress Goods Ladies Shoes and Underwear Hosiery in fact everything to be found in a Dry Goods House Dont fail to see us about your winter cloak Ramember we lead them all when it comes to Style Quality and Price Joseph Mercantile Co p I I 1I I I i I I II I t I I t t I I I I t I I t I I leadinguptodate I I t I I I t I I I I t I I Incorporated I I isutwnnwinni The Christian Endeavor of Pleasant Grr vc will hold its regular intrSarsday afternoon 550 at the church subject home MissiohsMrs R A McGrath will lead the meeting U D C The Record is handed the following announcement The State Convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy con venes at Paris Oct 9th and 10th Sev eral members of the Mary Walker Price Chapter will attend The dear old Confederate soldiers twelve of them are rejoicing over receiving their Crosses of Honor given by the Daughters of the Mary Walker Price Chapter Lancaster Opening At Bryantsville Mrs Josephine Boner the Bryants vine milliner announces that their opening of fall and winter millinery will take place next Saturday the 28th and extends a most cordial invitation to all the ladies to attend Miss Ben nett has just returned from the cities with the largest and most handsome display ever brought to this section and you should see it before making your purchases Remember the date next Saturday J G Sweeney Dead Jesse G Sweeney one of the nest known men in Garrard county died at the home of his daughter Mrs James Collier Jn this city Thursday Mr Sweeney who was in his eightieth year had been in failing health for a long time and his condition has been critical for several months For years he was engaged in the mercantile busi ness in Lancaster and has possibly sold marc goods than any man who ever engaged in the merchandise busi ness in Lancaster He was a public spirite man when in the prime of life was a leader for everything to up build the town and for the betterment of the community lIe was a member of the Christian church and as long as blessed with good health never missed any of the services Mr Sweeney was a true friend and would do all in his power for those he liked TIe leaves four daughters Mesdames Jas Collier J C Robinson Wm Jones and C M Richardson Funeral services were conducted at the residence of Mr Jas B Collier Friday afternoon Eld F M Tinder officiating and the remains were mtered in the Lancaster An EyeSore Removed The officers of the Presbyterian church are due a vote of thanks for having the old fence removed from around their handsome building on Danville street The fence was place ed there when the house was erected many years ago and m the days when stock was permitted to run at large Now that we have otlicers who enforce the stock laws there is no need of fences and many nice homes have been greatly beautified by removing the front fences As all that protion in front of the church was paved the appearance of the place is now improv ed ten fold and instead of being fenced in like a jack lot the edifice has an in viting and far more comfortable en trance both doors being accessable This move also abates the nuisance created by hitching horses in the alley adjoining this having become so offen sive that those living in the vicinity were forced to make complaint The Record congratulates the olllcers for making the wonderful improvement in tearing away the old fences A Card of Thanks Members of Camp M D Logan Con federate Veterans take this method of publicly thanking the Daughters of the Confederacy for their gift of the crosses of honor mention of which made in the Central Record They are greatefal from the botton of their hearts for the lovely tributes They wish to especially thank Mrs J A Royston the president who worked so hard to secure the trophies The crosses are beautiful but the spirit in which they were given is far more lovable The Members HAKKSKUKY Born to the wife of Tom Khulman a boyMessrs Homer and Adam Pence are in Wenipeg Canada Mrs Mary Rice sold a small farm on Buckeye pike to Mr Broaddus for 2 800 Mrs T L Herring entertained a of friends at a splendid dinner last TuesdayMrs Sparks of Hickman is spending several days with her sister Mrs Icie Kemper George Higginsbotham sold his farm comprising 450 acres to Mr Ingram of Wayne county for 490 per acre Mrs daughter Miss Emma and Mrs Clayton West of Nicholas ville visitors of Mrs Charlie Dean SundayD has on hand several thous and brick and will sell them at a reas onable price They have been pro nounced first class by some who know what a good brick is Mr Hensley of Paint Lick moved to his farm purchased from T I Her ring some time ago and through cour tesy to Mr Herring will occupy the tenant house for several days The remains of Miss Carrie Preston were brought from Rowland last Thursday and placed in the cemetery at the Fork Miss Preston was the daughter of Mrs Susan Preston former ly of this place Rev Henry Shouse closed a series of meetings with his church at Preachers yule last week with 7 additions and 2 restorations The church greatly en joyed the good sermons of Rev Kim of Monticello the assistant of Inert at If and Cemetery as Westand r the pastor I number were ball ij J I If E I E 0 lt Regular Opening OF t FHl111 TVIIl1l1INERY i 4 Saturday Septenlber 28th Our lines of Fall Millinery are antI the entire stuck i ready for our regular opening September We l a most cordial to all to call and inspect our ij have the very newest latest and must stylish to be found in Central Kentucky and can please you MRS ADA KINNAIRD lfg E l E L Woods Prest w c Fish Vice Prest w G Kemper Cashier II PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick ili ISCORIORTED arriving will be extend invitation goOIS We millinery t rj We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with conservative Banking I accommodation Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance J J WALKER President uIIIIJI WIUIr THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Sorplus10000 A R DEXXV President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY 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 CAPITA 26fooooo SURPLUS 50000 DIRECTORS 1 M COT R G GUYS J B WOODS KL ARNOLD JSBCTRROW3 Iiltiff C FISIi J S JOHNSON Vice Prest r ORGANIZED 1883 The mmn NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY fc CAPITAL ls o SURPLUS I M B F HUDSON Cashier fe- W 0 RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper pt Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T 3VI Arnold Tun A Sanders I I 1 h i SaletpDzpositBoxesfarRcIlt Wg Solicit Your Business R E McRouEiiTS Prest J W Cashr- J C EUEANKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The fiarrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest lapnvei Pr f Vailt awl 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 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 Lancaster Ky Brr Safe particularly e Er ton H K Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W W R Cook L Lawson H T Logan J R Haselden I 31 Dunn T J Price E L Woods Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man j and his Phone is No 5 I When wanting any thing in this iine please 1 remember him J J C ROBINSON C I 1 ti I NEW GOODS NEW GOODS Our new Fall Goods are now in the house and on Fine line of Dress Goods Cloaks Wraps Clothing Shoes Trunks Bags All the newest and nattiest things displayed in larger cities can be found on our shelves We invite inspection No trouble to show goods Batsons White Elephant Store J B B a XEISEE I LI E j i e J WLDOUGLASI SHOEI 35O BEST IN J THE WORLD I There isnt a part of the W L DOUGLAS SHOE that will not stand the most inspection It is honest in 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 FOR SALE EY SMITH HERRING SCHOOL and COLLEGE Text Books We have them all and a full line of SUPPLIES Ii Buy them from us for cash Dont ask us to charge them We cant do it R E McRoberts Fall Opening Saturday September afir You are cordially invit ed to inspect our dis play of Readytowear Hats Alexander Walker careful L J I B I 1me B 1 r nand i 1 1 1 f 3rIi I 1 aQ 11 I Druggist- S Personal Mention tiXSIXX xxXX x xx ttj a I ttttttttttttattttttttttttttx tttt ttttttttuttzttxttttttuttttztttt ttxazttarztt ttitttstttuttzttttzttuttrtt ttttmtttttttttt ttttttttttttttutttttt tttttttt Mr Clark Farris of Lexington was here Monday Miss Henrietta Arnold has entered Midway College Mrs H Clay Hamilton has returned from Cincinnati Mr and Mrs W J Romans were in Louisville the past week Mrs Mattie Buckner of Danville was a visitor here Monday Miss Mae McGee has entered the Cin cinnati Conservatory of Music Mrs J H Williams has returned from a visit to friends in Georgetown Mrs J S Johnson is spending the week with relatives at Richmond Mrs U D Simpson has returned from a weeks stayat Crab Orchard Springs Mrs J C Hemphill and Miss Carrie Currey were visitors in Danville Tues day Mrs B L Hagan visited her sister Mrs W B Stone in Nicholasville last weekMr R E Henry of Athens Tenn is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Solon HenryMiss Allie Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit to MiES Alice Mattox of Eminence Mr and Mrs Alex Walker have re turned from a weeks stay at Crab Or chard Springs Miss Margaret Tomlinson who has been quite ill of fever is we are glad to state very much better Mr and Mrs J T Price are having a delightful trip to Old Point Comfort and other interesting points Mrs Charles Denman has returned to Nicholasville after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Mesdames B E McRoberts and J B Misses Margaret and Joan Mount visited in Danville Wednesday Miss Eliza Anderson left Monday for Lexington to join Miss Massie Den ny for a visit to Jamestown Exposi tion Mesdames Dunn Center and Miss Same Noel of Danville attended the funeral of Mrs Margaret Layton Hiatt MondayMrs Dudley and baby bave returned to their home in Lexington after a visit to ber parents Mr and Mrs James HilL Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mr and Mrs Jesse Wearen have moved to Stanford where they purchased property We regret to give up tbis excellent family Mrs Carrie Dayidson entertains this evening at ber beautiful suburban home in bonor of her attractive nieces Misses Irene Romans and Allie Yantis Miss M A Stephens has returned to Danville after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sr Miss Stephens came home to see her sister Miss Allie B Brown who bas been vial icing here The Fresno CaL Herald and Dem ocrat gives a lengtby account of the marriage of Dr C E Phillips and Miss Verna Stickles which took place in that city Saturday September 7th at the parsonage of the Cumberland Pres byterian church in the presence of only their immediate family PAINT LICK The farmers are about through tobacco in this section G W Bice will soon have his skating rink completed for the benefit of the young folks Mr Joe Frisbie of the American Tobacco Co bas returned to bis place of buslnessDand is looking well MissesEthel and Sallie Woods are in college at Georgetown instead of Vir ginia M stated in last weeks paper The protracted meeting being held at Mt Tabor is conducted by Revs Huston of Lexington Williams I cutting of Venlles I Mount and and Mr Joe Burnside has returned Dripping Springs Mrs Ophelia Dunn has been visiting relatives in Covington Mr Ashbrook Frank of Louisville was a visitor here Friday Miss Sallie Elkin attended the C W B M convention at Latonia Mr Hall Anderson of a visitor here the past week Mrs Clara Bettis has returned from a visit to Crab Orchard Springs Miss Margaret Zanone is in Louis ville the guest of Mrs George Hardin Mr D A Thomas has returned from a visit to Louisville and the State Fair Mrs H J McRoberts and son of were guests of Mrs J R Mount MondayHon M Rothwell has returned from very much improved in health Miss Harriet B Conn of Springfield Ohio is visiting her cousin Miss Conn Mr Nelson H Berry has returned to his home in Louisville after a visit to friends here Messrs R L Davidson and Jake have returned from the James town Exposition Miss Rella Arnold and Mrs Stephen Walker left today with a party for a visit to Mammoth Cave Mrs Charles Hoening of Cincinnati j attended the funeral of her grand father Mr Jesse Sweeney Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs John T Denton will leave this week to visit relatives in Lancaster Ey Charlie Collier came from Middles boro to attend the funeral of his grand father Mr Jesse Sweeney Misses Mary and Gertrude Noel of Danville attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Margaret Layton Hiatt Mrs Margaret Buford is again with Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett after a visit to Mr Hall Anderson of McKin neyMr Walton the clever editor of the Interior Journal mingled with the court day crowd and paid us a most pleasant visit Miss Eliza Anderson has returned from a visit to relatives in Crab Or chard and is again with Miss Lillie Dale Grant Miss Allie B Brown who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sr has returned to her home LouisvilleMrs Gott and baby accom panied by Miss Fannie Wilson have re turned from a visit to thier parents Mr and Mrs Wilson of Richmond Mr and Mrs Robert Brewer of Chel seaLT are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl Mrs Brewer was Miss Alice Walker of this cityThe following enjoyed a moonlight picnic last Thurday Misses Martha and Helen Gill Alberta and Elizabeth Anderson Alice Marksbury Grace Kinnaird Annie Herndon and Frankie Kauffman chaperoned by Mesdames J M Farra Ben Herndon and Sim Cures BUtf Skin DIMMM Caner GraatMt Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin 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 neat aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express II per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 41lyr from- I McKinney was Stanford HotSprings i VIr- ginia J I RobI- nson E C 1 diseased Anderson IIIIJ fd BUCKEYE Mr Prentice Walker sold a drove of shoats to oSTath Bogie at 5Sc Wesley Walker bought of Bob Burn side his farm for 77 an acre Mr and Mrs Andy Bogie and Miss Lucy Marsee visited Mrs Jim Witt SundayMr and wife of In dian Territory are visiting relatives at this place Mr T 0 Hill bought of John Ham a weaning calf for 20 also of J N Teat er 2 mule colts for 125 Mr Forest Stapp has returned from Lexington where he has been an in mate of a hospital for some time Miss Cordelia Ray accompanied by little Misses Her Hill and Btulah Beaz ley visited Mrs Walker Bradshaw Sun dayWalker Bradshaw sold to Price Bros a bunch of yearling cattle at 4cts also Less Bradshaw sold a bunch to R C Miles at same price Mr Mike Ray has been granted a patent on a filter which is a great im provement to any other It makes muddy water clear as crystal Mr Ray means to have the filter on the market within a few months The Teachers Association held at Gunns Chapel Saturday afternoon was a success in every respect Exercises opened with the chanting of the Lords Prayer by Scotts Fork Buckeye and Chapel Schools A lullaby by the wee tots was good Recitation by Lucy Daily was much enjoyed Miss Katie Mae Dickerson held the audience spell bound for some time by her singing STONE Mrs John Prewitt is very sick Mrs Taylor Raney and son Harry are numbered with the sick Mr John Hicks of McCreary was his parents the latter part of the week Mr R B Preston wife and children were visitors at W G Prestons Sunday Mr Lucian Clouse who has been very sick with typhoid fever is improving rapidlyMr Crutchfield of Jessamine is the guest of his cousin Mr L W CrutchfieldMiss Rogers was the attrac tive visitor of her sister Mrs Will Grow last week Misses Alice Snyder and Beatrice Sanders were guests of Mr and Mrs R H Montgomery Sunday Messrs F B and N T Grow A T San ders and C W Mitchell of this place left last week for the Jamestown Ex positionMr Mrs C S Sanders Mr and Mrs L L Sanders have just returned from Louisville where they have been buy i ing their fall and winter goods Misses Willie and Bessie Lee Pieree of Hyattsville were the charming guests of their cousins Misses Pearl and Beatrice Sanders last week Mr Jesse Parks bought a mule colt from W H Furr for 50 one from Geo Elam for 60 and two from J H Miller for 1145 B C Bolan bought 7 head of cattle from W H Furr at 8335 per hundred 4 head from T M Worrell at 325 and one from Mose Lawson at 325 Ebb Cook sold a sow and ten pigs to John Henry for 35 W H Furr bought a sow and 7 pigs from Carlo Brock for 30 Rev AC Baird filled his appointment Saturday and Sunday Jesse Baird bas returned from Bar bourvilleJas and family visited at dose Lawsons Sunday John Miller and family visited atJH Millers Sunday Lost and Fauna Lost between 930 p m yesterday and noon to daya billions attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at McBob erts drug store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranted for bilious malaria and Jaundice 25clm Davis 11 FLAT WOOD u o ness Buggies Buggy Harness Deering Binders Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS GaBSQ GREATEST WONDER OF THE AGE 1 Swans Sure Kidney 1 Remedy Composed of Natures Herbs and Plants The greatest sure cure to the human family We can give x- F the uames of men who were given up to die by leading physicians and after they had taken four S doses they passed alive kidney worms in urine All who have taken this remedy have been cured Agents by American Herb and Plant Company High Bridge Kentucky For sale at your Druggist R E McROBERTS I Lancaster Kentucky Frtebies Drug Store We are headquarters for everything in the PAINT LINE Window Glass Paris Green Varnishes A full and complete line of Drags and Your patronage solicited Frtebtes Drug Store I I r I I t I Cure- A wanted I I I 0 I I Sundries 1 GOE ss tii TTTXV r V VV S V C1 I CASTORIA Tern Have Always Bought and which has been for ever 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since itsinfancy Allowno one todeceive youinthis JJ1 Cwnketfetto Imitations and Jnstasgood are but TijpafrHali that trifle with amiendanger the health ChOdren Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Caifaria to harmless rabstitate for Castor OH Pare goric Dreps sad Soothug Syrups It is Pleasant It neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic e Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms aai allays FeverishHess It cures J iarrho3a and Wind CMic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation r FltvUOeacy It assimilates the Food regulates the ach aad Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years LEXINGTONOCT JDIIA is or- T t I TMt canaua STatZT IICW yeaa Sill p Th tics czZaaili a esafaies iBta aPaer TTeaaa t LEXINGTON 0 I Y StOOsOOO STAKES AND PURSES2SOOt Keetacky Futurity Oct 8 Oct 10 Pace Oct 12 Wahrat Hall Cup Oct 14 MMMcDowell OMMXtrtSUkM Daily WEBERS BAND KAXF THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 1905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER- ofRichmond Madison County Kentucky Why the WhItaker Gate to the best lit it IB rude of first claw material tad It is stock proof 3rd ItbM BO dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble 4th Itna BO latch to get out of order 6th It tea perfect lock when It has less lever swoon than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any 8th ItII easier to operate than any other hssauM one that sees it says so 1 TrMyl Oct II wcu1 JID Iprw KATZS ALL BY edI- th glad or post INS 24ileate ON ItAILItOADA JtMd what a few men of tile county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14tb 1906 Ihave OBC of the Whitaker Autoaaatic Gates that I have used for about MVM BkOBths It bM ot been out of repair in the least and has not given me Ilike it splendid s Respectfully J G Bucker After aits one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect sattafactio I consider it the best gate I have ever seen without MM for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky Ilave owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time giTMftrssct satlsfactioB aad swings so nicely and works so easy that any cUU CM 1L My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this t Very respectfully S D Buckeye Ky ySMS l with Uaai would aot do without it one year for tbe cost of the gate Iaivto cmrj OM thatjMedss good gate to bay oae they are all right T O HilL sM IfFttrest Calk ft Bro Ky who are sole owners for the Garrard Cowty Farm rights for sale Manufactured by tbe RICHMOND GATE COMPANY tf Mi gutt right for OM trowb1e so tar and cant see how it will lewd do I OlIn Cochran L I tile list county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well 1 McCreary j xeatIICtJ f 0 oaalia ant has wY la thlt etrubs i L RIch i There probably never was a crank who didnt think he was easy to get along with Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a migh ty 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 tear of feuers and malaria It is the knowing who have used 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 stom ach liver and kidney trouble by McRoberts druggist 50c 1m I On the dead square how much older are you than you confess 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 People who write anonymous letters never spell correctly Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restorative The 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 caus ing dispepsia 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 mall samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Lots of men were never worth as much to their families as the flowers are worth that are sent up to the fun eral Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on requests by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the a pen nys great value of this scien tlfic prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Doesnt it seem that people have a special and unnatural desire to rub it in with you 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 political orators fool the men and the womans magazines fool the The Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklens Arnica Salve Itsthe ofArnica flowers and healing balsams ever com pounded 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 Have you more friends in heaven than in hell If you get along pretty well you are doing as well as anybody CASTORIAFor Infants and Children UN KM YN Hm Always Ought Bears the yT X yjrSignature of c T W To those who shave themselves go to Henry Duncans Shop and have your Razor Honed We make a specialty of concaving razors Come in and see our new Hy drolic Chairs We have everything new and uptodate We use the Come Clean Razorand Get Away Shears Twentytwo years of Experience HENRY DUNCAN PUBLIC SALE of LAND I will sell on the premises at public auction my farm 4 miles north east of Danville Wednesday Oct 2 07 at Ten Oclock Sharp The place contains 146 acres has six room box house good cistern and nee essary buildlngs Plenty stock water Terms made known on day of sale Capt English Auct G N JEAN DanvilleKy relief Mi onesthose ElectricBitterS Guaranteed ImItationDr quickly peoplewithout costthe 1M women t happiest combination T h j j J out P nil re d k Business Items Fresh Lowneys Candies at Zim mers Mulfiuger Turner want some good country meat 8 New line of Post Cards at Drug Store W Buy your Drug Store Crepe Paper in all shades at Fristilei Drug Store 8 16 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 9 G tf Gill Walker Simpson Hand made harness at extra prices Haselden Bros Have your harness repaired and can make them most good as new b Haselden Bros Ruberold Roofing the roofing wears Haselden Bros Oil stoves that give satisfaction 2t Haselden Bros Be sure and call at our store one da this week Mount and Eikin We pay highest market price fo produce 9 6tf Gill Walker Simpson Dont fail to read carefully Elkins advertisement in this paper Seed Wheat We have something nice glad show it to you Banks Hudson Get a handsome set of ware worth 750 free See Mount Elkins tisement in this paper for particulars Timothy Seed A large stock can make prices as they are bought right tf Bank Hudson For Sale 150000 good brick Applyxtb D Swope three miles from Lancaster Lexington pike Phone 193F tf Magazines I am taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store Have you seen the modern cooking wonder at Mount Elkins store Come in any day this week We have large stock bought early can deliver promptly or load farmers wagons while they wait tf Banks Hudson Mulfinger Turner have opened a meat market near depot You will get the best if you trade with them 8 30 tf Read Mount Elkin advertisement in this paper and you will not wonder why they have such crowds every day Rooms For Rent Four good rooms in my residence nea depot Possession at once tf Miss Fannie Bishop Bring us your eggs We pay 16c pe doz Gili Walker Simpson Mount Eikin are giving free handsome set of ware well worth 750 See advertisement in this paper 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 to a man with small family easy terms at once to Mrs Lizzie McCarley 2 miles on Crab Orchard pike tf You are cordially invited to attend our exhibit any day this week Come and have a cup of coffee and hot if you intend to buy or not Mount Elkin Help to secure the Business College by taking a scholarship It saves trav cling 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 eith er in cash or by note J A Jones tf The Majestic Mfg Co of St Louis Mo have a man at Mount Elkins store this week showing the Majestic Range in actual operation baking and serving biscuits to crowds Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at once 611 tf C A Arnold S G C Fresh Lowneys Candles Just received a shipment the cele brated Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome box es Zimmers Restaurant 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 cults 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 horse wagon some bee hives a square piano some other house hold 2t W A Beazley 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 712 6t McCreary Ky The Board of Education earnestly solicits the patrons of the Lancaster Graded school to every elligible child m the district at once and not to miss the opportunity of ac quiring an education charge Done by the Board Sept 16 1907 J S Johnson Pres Fin Seed Wheat For Sale I have some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale Perfectly Fri bi S I Toilet Articles at Fri b s 81 I at low we that to S on order Coal 96 tr a desired biscuits one J W Hill o f Fine f clean From threshing reports It has proven bettor In quality and yield titan any other Price SI per bushel tf 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 square Suitable for and is now used as a boarding house Ap ply to J M Grand Lancaster 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 Sundav morning in Lan caster Owner can have same by prov ing property and paying for her keep and this notice Doc Turpin b Lancaster Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 190U will save cost by at once E W Harris Treas Strayed Strayed into my place on the 10 of Sept a Roan steer with long horns weighs about 700 lbs Owner can have same by proving same paying for this notice and pasture 3t Henry Robinson Lancaster Ky Solicitors Wanted To canvass Garrard and surrounding counties We would also be glad to place our proposition before any teach ers or ministers not engaged at Call at the Central Record office Wanted A man experienced in Merchandise Will pay good salary or give an interest in Lusiuess Locaticn is in country near town A good house furnished For further information apply to this office tf Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your Can you afford to take chance of los ing your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm property insured G B Lancaster Ky Phone No 221 Res 132 9 20 tf Important Notice The firm of Beazley Austin hav ing been dissolved it is very import ant that all accounts owing them be settled at once Mr Beazley will only be here a short time so you see how important it is to settle Dont forget this please K Denny I 8161m 816tf present businc s 920 tobacco IM paying DENTIST i I Office over Herndon jewelry store I 1t HOODl a ce- i 3 TJJ i It l jq Office at residence Danville st e Many people who are neglecting symptoms kidney will wear away art Brights Disease its worst forms irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds the wornout tissues of the kid so they will perform their functions properly the impurities from the blood as it through them Diseased kidneys not and the poisonous matter is carried to every of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing FOLEYS at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and a fatal malady It is pleasant to take and the whole system Now Fled Out You can easily determine if your Hd for hours a bottle of the arising If upon examination it is cloudy or or a bnckdust sediment or small particles cost about in It your are and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should to taken at once B BHriMM TestifieS Allis Few Years T B Bsfftsst tTOariUe Cater N T wrttM About four years ago Iwrote you stalls I bad been entirely cured of a severe trouble by taking toss than two bottles of Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of disease disappeared I am gladtto say that ILave seer bad a return of say of these terns during the four years that elsi sail I am evidently cured to stay wired Me sad 1O- OMUsWKCOMMElKBIT C C J E Stonnes i BRIGHTS DISEASE drifting towards which is kidney trouble in one 01 FOLEYSKIDNEY CURE up s e a waste KIDNEYCURB t aeys are out by aside m to uTe kcaroly CUe RJIer1Q kidney or b1ad481 I tttt tti n kidneys lover o netting S it a kidney re oley Ki y ssun frogs ttnbis TwIn Notice of Election At a regular term of the Garrard County Fiscal Court be held in the Court House in the City of Lancas ter Ky on the 4Jlh day of Court met pursuant to adjourumcia and the following proceedings were hadPresent Hon A D Ford Judge J II Dunn W S Walker J p Bourne Boil Electioi to Repair tart HMse called The question being under the consideration of the Fiscal Court con cerning the condition or the Garrard County Court House the vaults of the same containing the public records the condition of the different court looms and the various oflice rooms in the Court House and the question being before the court on motion and the same being submitted to the court for vote It is the opinion of the court that the said Court House and the various named apartments need reiparing and in many respects remod cling and it is the opinion of the court that the sum of 8750000 should be appropriated for the purpose of said work as hereinafter set out and the said Fiscal Court hereby suggest that said appropriation be made and does hereby recommend the same that is that the sum of 7500 00 be appropriated for the purpose of remodeling repairing and overhauling the two vaults and changing the of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the Cupa lo if found to be necessary for remod eling and repairing the Circuit Court room and remodeling repairing and overhauling the Court House for the purpose of making it neat and cum fortable and to put in the same a sys tern of heating and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same It is therefore ordered and by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County Kentucky that at the Regu 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 prix ileged to vote oc the question Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the purpose of remodeling and the court house ofGarrard County Kentucky for a sum not exceeding 750000 It is further that said election be held and polls oe open ed a t all the voting precincts in Garrard county and the Sheriff of Garrard county be and he is hereby directed to advertise said election and the object thereof for at least thirty days next before there of in the Central Record it being the newspaper having the largest in said county f tise the same by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Gar rard county an alsoat the Court House door The clerk of this court is to furnish a certified copy of this to said Sheriff It is further 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 relating to this subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding 7 50000 for the purpose of repairing and remodeling the Court House of Garrard county Kentucky and to be issued upon such terms as to time of payment and to payment of interest and sale of bonds as the court in its discression 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 per cent interest per annum from date until paid Oordered court adjourn A D FORD JudgeG C A true copy J A Doty Clerk GCC by W A Doty D C In pursurance of the foregoing order notice is hereby given that at the reg ular election to be held in Garrard on the 5i h day of November 1907 an election will and a poll shall be opened at the various voting precincts in said coun ty in which all legal qualified voters of said Garrard County will be per mitted to vote on said proposed of bond issue as fully set forth in said order Given under my hand as sheriff of Garrard County Kentucky This Sept 17 1907 C A ARNOLD Sheriff G C Public Sale Valuable Property- We will sell at public outcry on the Premises Wednesday Oct 16 07 at 1030 oclock A M Our Farm Containii 100 Acres It is located half mile North o Mount Moriab church on the Cane Run and Kings Mill turnpike in the eastern portion of Mercer County Ken tucky The house is a substantilly built twoStory frame with 1 k 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 Springsand Two Splendid Fish Ponds Apple Peach Plum and cherry Trees Blackberries Raspberries and Straw berries This place is to be seen ap predated At the same time and place we will sell our HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE Farm ing Implemements and Tools and Growing Crop of Corn Also Four Head of Horse stock amongst them the darn of Glorious Sun Rise by Red Leal which was sold with his mate by Mr Red Goddard for 3700 Also a Year ling 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 equal payments bearing six per interest until paid with precipitous clause on Per sonalty terms made known on day of sale r Allen T Cook and Wife Burgin Ky T M Cardwell Auctioner Public Sale Having sold my place I will on SATURDAY OCT 5th 1907 at 2 p m sell my household and kitchen furniture to the highest bidder at my home on Stanford street Mrs Clara Bettis Lancaster Ky I 11 and AorilWO Justices location adjudged repairing ordered circulation ver ordered order ordered County Kentucky beheld OF t cent and question f WHAT IS CATAKRH Leading Druggists Guarantee a Cure by liyoniei or Will Refund the MoneyUntil very recent years it was thought that catarrh was a disease of the blood but now modern science Has proved that catarrh is a germ and can be cured only by a treatment that will kill the germ and heal the mucous membrane of the nose and throat t Therefore when you have catarrh you can readily see that If you want to cure It you should use Hyomef which medicates the air you breathe thus killing the catarrhal germs and healing the smarting and raw of the passages through the nose and throat In breathing Eye mei you are really treating your ca tirrhal troubles with the only method for it will make the air you breathe as pure healing and anti septic as that found on the where the pine forests give off their fragrant and healing balsams If there is any doubt In your mind as to the power of Hyomel to cure catarrh the unusual way in which it Is sold should destroy all doubt as we offer to refund the money should Hyomei fail to benefit v The complete Hyomel outfit con sisting of an Inhaler a bottle of Hy omel and a medicine dropper costs bnly while extra bottles can bt obtained for 50 cents R E McRoberts Druggist KILL COUCH MB CURE THE LURes disease membrane mountains 1 e F nat- Ural IIwun orllts I IIlII New osanry II FOR OLDS oucxa+ Il3lCiss Oil X01TEY KCFUXDXDL In GarrartfFine Farm For County- A fine blue grass farm for sale situat ed on new pike near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster 200 acres well located in good neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new two story sevenroom residence there on recently completed with all and good new barn 40x60 Well watered six never failing springs and creek running through i cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing paidPersons please write E JI and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or WO Wale re Ky Isabelle M and W O Walker Point Ky tf four Simple Rules Follow Them and Health Happiness and Prosperity Will be Yours If one would be healthy happy and prosperous follow these four simpla rules 1 Keep the bowels open every day 2 Chew your food slowly and thoroughly 3 Avoid Indigestible foods 4 If there ara any symptoms of stomach trouble take Miona before each meal until cured No matter how many years you may have suffered with stomach or how worried by sleeplessness nervousness loss of appetite furred tongue specks before the eyes backaches weakness and indigestion or other ills that are caused by a weak stomach you can be cured by the faithful use of MionaTake one of the little tablets each meal with the fixed to get the most benefit out of it Miona is not a fanciful it is not a patent medicine itis not a cure all It is a scientific remedy recommended but for onet trouble weakness of the digestive organs It is a permanent cure sold under a guarantee that it costs nothing unless it does all that is claimed for it Miona costs but 50cWhen Miona been used for a few days the digestive system will be so greatly improved that all food eaten Is converted into until lion so that nourishment and health are given to the whole system and there is a rapid Increase ia weight strength and spirits R E McRoberts Druggist PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move will on Saturday October a 1907 at my house on Poor Ridge four miles from Lancaster sell to the highest the following property r 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 fcr and carriage binder mower farming im household and kitchen furniture Will also at same time and place growing crops on 97 acres consisting of com time if not sold before day of sale together with growing crop made known on day of sale sate begins at 10 oclock anu James JtntnrAm Bourne AucC td Stop That COld To cheek orGrippe with Fnvcstfcrf means sure defeat forPneumonia To stop acold with obliged to cure it afterwards To be P Ventics will cure eyes a deeply seated cold but taken at the masse stage they bleat orbead off these early colds Thats sorely Thats why theyare called Prcreaticsare little Candy Cold Cozes SbQaJs IRe no physic nothing fe ehildreaand thoroacaly safe too It e lrax chnlyli you SBeezeifyoa ache allaver Prercntics Piompteess usual sickness And fena jo there is feverishness ightoj y ably lies 5c boxes he pocket R E Sale containing Stanford p E Leavell headaches debility before determination has the West I about bidder sell the improvedland Walter Yreventita Is safer than to let it and be sure ear Rice doa Preve ea ASS ALLTWSOATANSLWSSTIISISLE GUABANTEBD SATISF outbuildings TEn ls troubles experiment ands pike es8y geld rsa baler may alai ye tee ve