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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 1, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907110101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 1, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORDE1GUTKESTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 The VERY BEST Goods at Reasonable Prices We appreciate the splendid trade we have enjoyed during the Fall season and are putting forth every effort to give the people the very latest creations in Dry Goods Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes and everything for winter wear Our many years of experience enable us to buy the best goods at prices which permit us to sell them to the consumer at less than most merchants can afford to do We invite you to call and see our immense stock for we know we can please you in both quality and price I t107mtzYI PI 171 I 3C1SEE BIEEc r EE cc JH 20th Century LaurelB- ums Soft Coal or Slack woW Smoke or Soot ALL SOFT OVERCOME FuelSaving Handsome and Everlasting HEATS THE FLOOR The I COAL Clean a OBJECTIONS 1 r Every Fire Pot Guaranteedfor Five Years Staving Low the Cod Butt tarn the Outade towaid the Gofer J See our line of New Fall Styles Ladies Fine Footwear INiEW FALL GOODS in every Department Perfection School Suits for Boys H T LOGANLan- caster Kentucky Ssseldec Erothers B g g g I IN if e J II f 3 ATTENTION VOTERS SAVE YOUR RECORDS To the Voters of Garrard County At the general election of 1906 the voters of the County very unthoughtedly as we believe defeated a proposition then submitted to them to appropriate money for the purpose of improving and re pairing the Court House They are now asked to vote for that pur pose an appropriation of 750000 to raise which bonds must be is sued the payment of which will be easy and without any increase of taxation This will not be an appropriation by the Fiscal Court but one directly by the people Notices of this election are kept standing in our County paper and posted in many places in the County But as such matters attract very little attention of those who are vitally interested we have come to the conclusion that it is a serious duty incumbent on us as custodians of the County records as attorneys and as business men deeply interested in the preservation of our County issue this address believing that ff the people will give the matter only brief consideration they will vote and urge others to vote for the appropriation The Court House is much out of repair and is in such condition as to endanger the records therein at all times The destruction of the building by fire would inevitably entail the loss of all our valua ble records The vaults are unsafe and damp and they are badly lighted they are overcrowded and so located as to render impossible the removal 01 the records during a fire They are frail structures and a fire would destroy them beyond doubt Every owner of real estate and every person who has had or now has litigation in our Courts will upon very slight reflection see that he is vitally interested in voting and urging othersto vote for this bond issue The County Clerks vault is crowded and with records the preservation of which is vital to the the peace of mind and the happiness of the people at large of deeds mortgages bonds of administrators executors in fact all fiduciaries and all bonds of every character records tax lists settlements of trusts and decedents estates and the records of same on the books of the office as well as all the records of litigation in the Circuit Court running back a hundred yearsmay all be lost in one night by the careless handling ofa match and constant damage is being inflicted by depradations of mice and the mildewing of our records The loss of the Court House could be repaired but that of our records would not only be a present calamity but it would be irrepar able for all time Business men with fire proof safes would not suffer like those less fortunately situated A gentleman who has suffered by the destruction of a Court House and its contents who owned thousands of dollars worth of realty in many different parcels in the County thus rendered thoroughly to speak estimates that the destruction of our records would depreciate the value of realty in the County more than 25 per cent This is clearly evident on first thought Every prudent purchaser of Any abstract in the calamity supposed would necessiarly stop short at the deed in immediate conveyance to the many or most of these are lost mislaid or left in the Clerks office and land purchasers would very naturally pass us by and invest in other CountiesThe Court Room is inconveniently arranged for the transaction of business and is uncomfortable all seasons over hot in summer and impossible comfortable heating at other times when in use The Court House belongs to the whole people it is you have a right to be perfectly comfortable while in Court as Jurors as litigants or as spectators interested in the conduct of the business of the County generally We repeat this reasonable appropriation requires no increase in taxation and that you the people either vote it or reject it Very respectfully yours W I Williams C D Walker L Walker R L Davidson J F Robinson W 0 Rigney S C Denny C W West Walker Ford Woods J B Kinnaird M D B F Hudson J I Hamilton J Mort Rothwell B D Herndon J A Doty Wm Burnett R T Embry D A Thomas J E Stormes J A Amon J H Arnold A W Kavanaugh W G Kemper W M Reid R C Boain Wm Herndon G B Swinebroad J E Robinson M D Hughes J Bruce Lawson J C Hemphill J F Robinson RE McRoberts J J Walker J M Acton Dave Ross J M Metcalf N Mays r generally generallyall recordsto L r L r L r overcrowded L r L r ofmarriages L r L r L r L r L r L r L r L feeLr L handthe holderand L L yoursand r that L r r L L r L R H Batson r L J W Elmore r T B A D T R Slavin I E L J W Reid I interests Records guardians competent c I I Ballous Demonstration SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2nd 1907 10 a m to 12 m 1 p m to 3 p m Ladies all invited especially the housewives Three great firms represented The James Heekin Coffee represented by Mr Graves who will show you how to make his fam ous coffee H J Heinz Co will be represented by Mr C G BIewett who will show you a fine line of Preserves Apple Butters Pickles etc They have no equal Last but not least The National Biscuit Co will be represented by Mr Jack Hutsell he with his smiling face and great politeness will show you his excellent line of inersealCakes Crackers etc These gentlemen will take your orders for your win ter supply GREAT CHINA DISPLAY- I will have on display this day a full line of fine China handpainted pieces all discriptions Old Ivory Plates Cups etc This is the rage and sets in Haviland suitable for Wedding Presents and Christmas Gifts This alone will be worth your time to see Ladies Do Not Miss This Treat Store run as usual Mr Ball and myself will try to wait on Mr Graves Mr Hutsell Mr Blewett Mr Gaines will entertain you best they Please telephone all your orders before and after the entertainment if you can but if not we will do our best to catch all orders during these hours Hoping to see you all this day we promise to do our best to make your call pleasant H M BALUOU Gonn Bros Co r t you while Tin9 Shop Roofing Guttering Etc cane r- H i s CENTltAL RECORD WEEKLY A TEAr EdrPubr Entered at Uu Post Office in KII cu- ScctmdCltua Nail Matter Member Ky Press Association ISSUED Ltt LOUIS LAP DRAM Lancaster Lancaster Ky November 1 19O7 As if the better compensation that takes women teachers into other were not giving school enough trouble more teach ers are getting married than ever be fore There is more than one way of getting even with the school A saurkraut trust has been formed but every man with a cabbage patch can tell that monopoly to go to He can make his own kraut As well try to start a trust on spring onions That New York coal dealer who committed suicide on account of the amazing ingratitude superintendents authorities weather slowed callings DENTIST Once over Heradoas jewelry store Providenc If he had been the ice man now it would be different Many a woman wears a 10 hat who thinks that her husband discards his 250 derby while there is yet much service in it Another Chicago citizen has been foully murdered By the way when is a person decently murdered An Indiana man has just died of whom it is said that he always refused political oflice Of course he died A five legged colt has been born on an Indiana farm An effort of nature probably to out live the automobile Airship will soon be neccessary to keep up with the prices of meats and vegetables ASignifinat Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a won derfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Ito CORN WANTED Will buy Corn at any Station along the Rowland Branch of the L N Rail Road and pay the highest cash market price- Ihave all the best grades of COAL in stock at all times also all classes of FIELD SEED which Isell at the lowest cash prices Ballards Obelisk Flour in barrels by the car load Can interest you in prices on all of the above mentioned things in both buying and selling Give me a call BANKS HUDSON Farmers AttentionI can Insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDSGe- neral Insurance Agency IN Aol W olJUlA A ol1J1 I I I I I J I I fwuwmwtwwuJA tFREE By special arrangements with Telephone Co can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Bastin I anyone I 111I Undertaker Arterial Cavity Embaltiag Office on Danville Street JA43edz1e- I aid FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK THE PLACE TO EAT 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Mock Turtle Soup Maderia loc Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef Au Jus 150 Potatoes Stewed in Cream loc New Wax Beans ice Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream roc Coffee ioc Tea roe Milk ioc Buttermilk ioc Always a full line of Steaks Chop Sea Food Etc What you want the way you want it when you want it White Service Throughout Cuisine Unexcelled Everything New Neat Clean and upto date I JI 111111IIf t LiZZards i i i t tt t tt it i it WithY 1TI17llS IR111 t DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Law Oftce over Police Court room Prompt attention to Imain M K I R L Den Herndon Ben D Herndon IERN10N HERNDON Attorneys At Law Ascaster Kentucky Oftco over Stormes drag r I i 2fXXIJIJ ml JC lJIIn2t i IJII 1ZI IXI mmCK T HOOD W stores z tt tt tt tt J DENTIST S O 3 f Ommce at residence Danv11le stt Local Happenings The Ladies of the Presbyterian church are going to have a baza first Saturday in December Remember the excellent entertain ment under the supervision of the W C T U at the court house on Thurs day night Nov 7 at 8 oclock 2t The Aeriel Quartette assisted by Prof Reinz a Reader will give an entertainment at Methodist church Friday night Nov 22nd Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad report the sale of T B Walkers handsome resi deuce and 14 acres en Danville pike to J S Johnson Sr for 5000 Court Day A big crowd was in town Monday and business was unusually good The merchants say they had the best day in many months Stock was as high as a cats back and few sales were made Notice is hereby given that I will make application to the proper authorities for a parole for Henry Red dick sent to the penitentiary from Garrard county some years since This Oct 24 1907 Jas I Hamilton A Card of Thanks The family requests The Record to extend their thanks to the many friends who did so many favors when Miss Mattie McCarley passed away She was wellknown and beloved by a wide circle of acquaintances and will be greatly missed in the community She was a member of the Christian church Bro Tinder conducted the funeral services NaylorHawkins- Miss Susie Naylor and Mr Wm who were recently married at the home of the brides parents are two of Garrard countys most and popular young people The bride who is a daughter of Mr J lor has been a great favorite among a legion of friends who wisb her all and happiness The grcom is a prosperous young man and has the best wishes of all who know him The young people were married on the 15th C E at Beuna Vista The Christian Endeavor will hold a rally at Beuna Vista on Nov 9th Saturday The Garrard C E Union meets the Burgin Society there for an all day meeting beginning at ten oclock An interesting program has been arranged Let every Endeavorer and every friend of the Christian En deavor attend these union meetings Lunch will be served in the school house near church Weather need keep no one away Foot Ball The Graded School team will play a game of foot ball with the Stanford boys tomorrow Friday afternoon at 230 oclock on the school grounds The local team has been greatly strengthen ed and a hot contest is promised The students at the school are devoting much attention to atheletics this term and the people should encourage them They propose to have several good games of foot ball this fall and some interesting games of base ball next spring To prepare for this they will of course be at expense and the people should lend them a helping hand by attending the games Prominent Men Speaks Senator James B McCreary and Hon Jerry Sullivan of Richmond address ed a large crowd at the court house Monday afternoon Senator McCreary who is a great favorite with Garrard county people was given an ovation when he rose to speak He has a great many warm friends in this county who are for him teeth and toenail for any thing he wants many republicans be ing among that number Mr Sullivan made a speech which will prove of great benefit to the Democratic ticket in this county He is a good speaker and one of the biggesthearted cleverest gentlemen in Kentucky A Final Word As this is the last issue of The before the election we beg to say a final word to the voters of Garrard county in regard to the bona issue to ward repairing the Eyery deed mortgage and valuable paper in the county is lodged in the two old dilapidated vaults in that old out of date unsafe building If the proposi tion carries it will not increase taxa tion one copper We wish to impress upon the people the fact that the vot ing of these bonds will not increase the present rate of taxation If you want your deeds preserved and the rec ords of the county kept in a safe place vote YES on the lower right hand side of the ballot Lackey After a lingering illness Mrs John Lackey died at her home at McCreary Friday She was in her 78th year and had been blessed with good health most all her life Mrs Lackey was a Miss Beaumont before marriage and came from one of the oldest and best known families in the county She was known and greatly beloved by a wide circle of friends and will be great ly missed in the community where she resided She leaves her husband and the following children Mrs J E Nay lor Mrs Mary Gulley Mrs Isabelle Mrs Lizzie Uraddus and Mr Will Lackey Funeral services were conducted by Eld F M Tinder pastor of the Christian church of which she was a devoted member and the burial took place at the Lancaster Cemetery Saturday about noon 8 p m Notice Hawkins prominent success Record court house Anderson t the very E Nay To the voters of Garrard County It is having been reported that 1 said only trash and iljulers voted for Mr John Bogie in the late primary I take this method to denv the report as false untrue and unreasonable I have many warm personal friends who supported Mr Bogie and many of best citizens perferred him in the Primary Such a remark would my chances for election and it is therefore not reasonable to suppose that I would say it beside the fact that it is absolutely false Very RespectfullyG Splendid Entertainment The entertainment given at the Presbyterian church last Monday by Miss Nannie Barbee was a rare treat The audience from first to last was delighted with Miss Barbees im personations of The Ole Time Nig ger The Poor White Trash and The New England Villager Her manner is easy graceful and dignified She knows the negro so thoroughly and understands his feeling BO well that she enters into her role with a naturalness that surpasses criticism and calls forth the loudest praise and admiration So perfect are her imper sonations that at times one almost forgets that Miss Barbee is of a differ ent race herself Every where she goes she is greatly appreciated but she can le appreciated to the fullest only by those who have known and grown up with the old time negroes We hope Miss Barbee will favor us with another entertainment in the near future Great Attraction The Harmony Concert Company of Indianapolis will appear at the court house on Thursday Nov 7 at 8 p m under the auspices of the W C T U being the second number in the course The ladies have sold about a 100 sea son tickets at 150 Reserve seats are on sale at 50cts General admission 35 and children 25 cts The press speaks highly of the coming attraction iPennsylvania paper having the follow fourth number in the lec ture course for this season was a mark ed success as was evident by the en cores demanded by the audience for each of the twelve numbers on the pro gram of the Harmony Concert Compa ny These ladies render an evenings entertainment in which the viola and piano are used to advantage in solos duets and quartetts present ing such variety of numbers that each is awaited with a new interest and the personnel of the company repre sents a standard of efficiency that an entertainment of merit A Big Law Suit The will of the late W T Gillispie who resided near Paint Lick in this county was offered for probate in the Garrard County Court before County Judge A D Ford on Monday The heirs of the testator among whom were Judge Wm Reid of Lincoln Missouri who is a first cousin Mrs Bettie Roberts of Wichita Kansas a first cousin Mrs Daisy Detheridge of RichmondKy a second cousin appear ed through their attorneys J E Robin son and J Teyis Cobb of Richmond and objected to the probation of the will by the County Court on the ground of the undue influence brought to bear on the testator at the time the will was made and the mental incapa city of Mr Gillispie at the same time rendered by reason of his extreme age and delicate and declining health It is said that Mr Gillespie was eighty four years of age at the time the will was made and that he had been paral ized to the extent that he had been un able to walk for more than six months prior to the will and had been confined to his bed almost constantly during that time In the will Mr Gillispie gave most of his estate to the Saint Joseph Infirmary of Louisville Ky which institution is owned and operat ed by the Roman Catholic church This devise to this institution was quite a surprise to the acquaintances of the testator who knew that Mr Gillispie and his wife who died about six months ago were attendants of a prot estant church in the neighborhood where they resided From the legal talent representing the respective sides in this case and the large estate which is estimated at about 70000 gives promise of being one of the most in teresting suits had in the Courts of Garrard County in many years The case was set for trial before the Coun ty Court for November 14th 1907 He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writesElec tric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine 1 ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 8500 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses Great alterative and best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist 50c 1m A Hard Debt to pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Discovery The ominous day hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m I Senial out weaken evening ingThe voice te county body builder a1 d e permits ONE LANGUAGE FOR ALL It Requires More Than One Tongue for the Worlds Speech No living language can become to day the vehicle of intercourse for the whole civilized world and it is to look for such a thing says McCluros The acceptance of any language were it English or French or Spanish German or Dutch Rus sian or Japanese would immediately not only crush the pride of the other nations but would give to the favored people such an enormous ad vantage in the control of the political world and such immeasurable in the worlds market that no healthy nation would consent to it its downfall For that reason the chances were never worse the spirit of stren uous yet friendly rivalry between the nations in the markets of the world was never more wide awake and the feeling of national honor was never purer and nobler The more the hopes for international arbitration become realized the more all nations of the world become sincere friends the more they are eager and ought to be eager to keel clear their own together with their own rights and duties their own successes and responsibilties Andrew Carne gies liberality may build a palace in The Hague in which a concert of the most enlightened nations speaks jus tice through its tribunal But An drew Carnegie has not the power to elevate his simplified spelling board in Madison avenue to the height of a tribunal far superior to any Hague court a tribunal which shall decide that English ought to become the one international language because the Englishspeaking nations have the most progressive civilization MEANINGS OF WORD CALIBER Either the Diameter of a Gun or Its Length Divided by Diameter There is surely no word in the nom enclature of guns big and little which has caused and is causing so much confusion in the lay mind as the word caliberThe confusion arises chiefly from the use of the term in an adjectival sense to indicate length as when we say a 50caliber 6inch gun The word caliber as applied to signifies essentially and at all times the diameter of the bore of a gun A gun then of sixinch caliber is a gun whose bore is just six inches For convenience and because the power of a gun when once its bore has been decided upon depends so greatly upon its length artillerists are in the habit of defining the length of the gun in terms of the caliber The sixinch rapidfire gun as mounted on the latest ships of the navy is a trifle under 25 feet in length and is therefore known as a 50caliber gun In the case of small arms the cali ber is expressed in hundredths of an inch as when we say a 22caliber or 32caliber pistol meaning that the bore is 22 or 32 of an inch in diame American Calling on the Off Night The moon hung low upon the west ern sky Ah mused the young man in the shadows of the old porch it is not my regular night for calling on Evan but Ill just surprise her I know she is in the hammock because I just heard her cough Ill just creep up and hug and kiss her in the dark He tiptoed in the direction of the hammock It was as dark as Egypt Suddenly he extended his arms em braced and kissed the form in front of him But instead of the soft fair cheek of Evangeline it was a coarse cheek of bristles Robbers shouted a basso voice intermingled with feminine screams Housebreakers Porch climbers Far down the road a breathless young man halted to rest Great Jupiter he gasped In stead of kissing Evangeline I must have kissed the other fellow Bill Nyes Red State William Lightfcot Visscher of the Sam Houston company told some in teresting stories of Bill Nye of whom he was an intimate friend at the Pledias club Sunday night says the New York Press- I was on Lookout Mountain with Bill at one time he said gazing over the varrious states the guide could be seen from there This said the guide is Ken tucky There is Tennessee and over yonder if you look good you can see North Carolina What interrupted Nye North Carolina Why man that cant be North Carolina That state is and North Carolina is pink He took a small map from his pocket and pointed out North Carolina which sure enough was printed pink It has faded a little Nye added it used to be color Visscher and I painted it Tip in Advance- A gentleman who was in the habit of dining regularly at a certain said to the darky waiter Erastus instead of tipping you every day Im going to give you your tip in a lump sum at the end of the month Dats all right sah replied the darky but I wondah if you would mind payin me in advance Well its rather a strange remarked the patron heres a fivedollar bill for you I suppose you are in want of the or is it that you disthrust me Oh no sah smiled Rastus the bill in his pocket only Ise leaving hyer today Home Journal Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys great value of this scien thEe prescription known to druggists everywhere as DrShoops CatarrhRem edy Sold by R E McRoberts Go to the court house Thursday night Nov 7 hear the famous Concert Co and help the cause of temperance 2t preference before terScientific geline declared redtheII request However money slipping sahPeoples 1 costthe Harmony absurd Individuality artillery purple restaurant w MILLINERYWe have the STYLISH LINES in Central Kentucky Ve will appreciate a call form the ladies MRS ADA KINNAIRD J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Mana- nd his Phone is No 5 When wanting any tiling in this please remember him J C ROBINSON g0F 0 k0J 1 D YJ E 40 r S I 0 r r S gS 0 1 gr g I J I iine I 6iw f ru I- l ra rIttl 1 1 a THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DEXXV President J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIKECTOUS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny I I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking J J WALKER President Safety for lentD Sit Om We Solicit Your BQSiii2ss I E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G temper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II i II I CAPITAL 16fooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIRECTORS M COY RGGUYX RLARXOU JS BURROWS EL WOODS WCFISH I II IB WOODS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I IJ S Jon o IPrestVice ORGANIZED I88j The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL I5M SURPLUS I M 2 B F HUDSON k O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper p Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders R E MCROBERTS Prest J W ELMORE Cashr- J C EUBAJJKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Cashr The Garrard 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 Infrtvei rttf Vailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi ness experience are too well Known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are particular ly adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton I I Cashier- W Ky 1u DIRECTORS H K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson eJ B Sanders J R Haselden R L Elkin V A Lear I M Dunn R L Burton W L Lawson T J Price L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods W G Gooch t I a 1 11 Lancaster t r Tailor Made Suits ARE NOW IN THE HOUSE who took a bolt of Persian ribbon from the ribbon case at our store last Thursday was seen by two clerks The name is withheld only on account of the family The next occurrence will be prosecuted Batsons White Elephant Store m 1Eri1J fI 1rJm ilr Fa 1 mmiIJfiiJaJmi Ladies l The party 111 LH SUITS TOP COATS I and RAINCOATS at II Smith Herrings ji Be sure you see these new upto i date goods before buying j fcinnriftf We are showing boys knee suits Knicker bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch Plaid and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 Ifg Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician jg make at 350 and 400 Be sure and ask to g see these shoes Whiting Company of New York are the recognized authority on correct Writing Paper fjj We have just received a full line direct from the factory Please call and see it R E McRoberts Druggist We now have our entire stock of open for inspection Patterns and ReadytoWears and will be glad to see each and every one and will do our best to please you Ostrich Feathers a Specialty Alexander Walker 0XSI gjIgii lfiir NEW STOCK CLOTHING I I I r I rw I Jim Smith I 1 JfiJL mlf JJlQi 1 J1ijLlilfJjgJJgll0gj01fl mlgll leJgJilf1 l I I I I s- I i Ie I1 C x Isl010ISX J1I D l t rs r n4p 4 gyp r p 4 4 j w r J lfl Fisfler llerriu tr wTr d rAl J 4 4L 4 4 444444014 4 j Personal Mr Mitchell of Florida is the guest of Miss Lucy Gregory Mr J E Robinson has returned from a weeks stay out West Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mr William Field of a visitor here the past week Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond has been a recent visitor nere Miss Marianne Collins of Richmond hiS been visiting Miss Annie Herndon Mrs Owen Rigney is in Danville vis iting her sister Mrs John Cotton who yery ill Mrs W R Gott and little daughter Leona are visiting her parents in RichmondMr Hughes wife and little daughter Margaret have returned to their home in Louisville Miss Janie Doty gave a reception Tuesday afternoon in honor of the brideelect Miss Cora Ward Mr James Yanarsdall and wifeafter a brief visit with relatives in this coun ty have returned to Burgin Mrs John Anderson has returner from a visit to her daughters Mrs J W Browning and Miss Bettie Anderson of Lexington Miss Altie Marksbury returns today from a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs J M Staughton at Sehald Block Mid dletown Ohio Mrs A H Rice who has been visiting her mother Mrs H A B Marksbury returned this week to her home at the Rossmore Louisville Miss Mae Robinson of Marceilus is visiting S Hagan of Richmond Mrs Hagan will entertain in her honor Thursday Halloween evening Mrs R E McRoberts has returned from a visit to her daughter Miss Let tie Mae who is attending school in Virginia and the Jamestown Exposi tion Fort Worth Texas Jessie Doty of Kentucky arrived Fri day to be the guest of her cousin Mrs R P Fox on Cleveland avenue Miss Bertha Hutchins of May street with a dinner party in honor of Miss Jessie Doty Oct 20th High noonThe dance given by the Cotillion Club at the Armory RaIl was a most enjoyable and delightful affair The music was furnished by Saxton and Trostof Lexington and was excellent Quite a number of guests from Paris Nicholasville Crab Orchard Stanford and Richmond were present Many pretty affairs are being given in honor of Miss Cora Ward whose marriage to Mr Lewis West of Wash ington D C will take place the 6th of November Misses Martha and Helen Gill gave a handkerchief shower Friday afternoon which was a affair Misses Gill Mrs Larry D Jones of Monticello Mrs J M Farra Mrs Emma Higginbotham Mrs C M Baliou and Miss Cora Ward received the guests The color scneme used in the decorations was pink and white the flowers being pink and white chrys anthemums In the center of the ta ble was a gold vase filled with white chrysanthemums gold candelabras held white candles with pink shades pretty cut glass dishes were filled with pink and white confections Delicious ices and cakes were served The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced Not a grain of reed Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an he to un knowingly drink it for Coffee Gill Walker Simpson I b J mJ m1 j Richhond was is t Mrs T RecordMiss entertained I of expertwere I it xrtttt tttttt ttttxtt k x xx beautiful Mention Mr Fisher Herring has returned from Fayetteville N C Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is visiting Miss Janie Doty Mrs J E Stormes is visiting Mrs Ar thur Hubbard of Covington Miss Jennie Burnside of Brvants vllle is visiting relatives here Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus visited Mrs E C Games the past week Mrs M F Elkin of Lexington is vis iting Mrs Elkin Danville avenue Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her parentsMrand Mrs Joe Burnside Mrs Jennie Leavell Armstrong and children of Frankfort are visiting relatives here Miss Angie Kinnaird has gone to Northampton Mass where she is school Mesdames R L Elkin J E Robinson and Miss Carrie Currey were shoppers in Danville the past week Miss Elizabeth Morton has returned to her home in Lexington after a two weeks stay in Lancaster Miss Bertha Burnside returned Sat urday from a pleasant visit to Mrs Clarence Williamson of Lexington Miss Harriet Conn has returned to her home in Springfield Ohio after a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Vir ginia Conn Mesdames G M Patterson J H Wil liams and Miss Helen Patterson have returned from a visit to Mrs Mollie Dodge of Berea Miss Amanda Anderson accompanied by Masters Julian Anderson and Grant attended the Teachers Association at Cartersville They re port an enthusiastic meeting an inter esting programme hearty cooperation of parents and teachers and a splendid dinner Wichita Texas Times Daily Thursday October 17th at her hospi table home on Tenth street Orth gave a most enjoyable sixcourse luncheon in honor of Miss Jessie Doty of Kentucky The color scheme was yellow and white in which chrysanthe mums played an important part The same flower handpainted marked the places of the guests and the menu was all that an epicure might desire Those present were Misses Flora and Mary Anderson Brooks Dcty Greenwood and Walker and Messrs T T and W H Felder Walker Freeman ColganPrid dy and Darnell Richmond Register The wedding of Miss Helen B Terrill of this coun ty and Mr W 0 Mays of Garrard was celebrated Wednesday at high noon at the home of the bride on the Big Hill pike A large number of friends and relatives were present to witness the interesting event and the ceremony was performed by the Rev Mr McKis sick The bride is the eldest the late Daniel Terrill and is a most attractive and charming young lady She is very popular among a wide circle of friends who regret to see her leave the county Mr Mays is an excellent and prosperous young far mer residing near Paint Lick and is to be congratulated upon securing so win some a bride Immediately after the wedding they left on an extended tour after which they will be at home to their friends in Garrard The wedding presents were unusually numerous and costly Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gen tie cleansers and invigorators Guaran teed for headache biliousness malaria jaundice at McRoberts im Timothy Seed large stock can make attractive as they are bought right tt f I c i T S Lucien daughter- of Ian d BankHudson attending Miss Lutie drugstore WALLACETON Mr J A Wallace visited in Berea SaturdayMr Baker of Berea spent Saturday night and Sunday with his grandparentsMr has purchased a lot in Wallaceton and is preparing to build a dwelling on it Rev T M Smith was conducted re vival meetings at Silver Creek Baptist church during the past week Mrs Caldwell Mrs Robert Kidd Mrs T M Smith and children were visit ors at Mr J A Bakers on Thursday of last week Mrs John Allen returned Thursday from a two weeks visit with her Mr and Mrs Saulman in Rock Castle county- A message is just received giving news of the death of Mr Henry Wal lace in Jessamine county He was a brother of Mrs J A Baker and Mr J A Wallace of this place BRYANTSYILLE Mrs Mary Burke is visiting in Somer setDr Y M Elliott returned home after spending two weeks in Texas Mrs Eliza Ballard and Miss Eliza Ison were in Danville shopping Satur dayMrs Hannah Sweeney of Jefferson ville Ind is spending several weeks hereMiss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday with her mother Atha DunnMr B F Jennings of Danville ha been visiting his daughter Mrs Sam HaseldenMisses Mattie Dunn and Elizabeth Bryant were at McCreary and Buckey last week Miss Josephine Moss of Jessamine has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Boner Mrs J W Glass eutertained a number of her friends at an elegant dining ThursdayMr Mrs J C Willians spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Frank Campbell DanvilleMiss me Lee Ballard is at home after avery pleasant stay of two weeks with Mrs W T Woolfork at Lexing tonMrs Anne Dunn and Mr Will E Dunn of Nicholasville Ind are the guests of Mr and Mrs W J Hogan and Mrs Eliza Ballard Mr G B Rose has begun work on his handsome residence which he will build on his farm at Camp Dick Robin son This will be quite an improve ment to our vicinity Mrs Colby T Jenkins and children of Georgetown visited Mr C M Jen kins and family last week The many friends of Mrs Jenkins were delighted to see her as she formerly lived here and was quite a favorite with every oneMiss Mattie Boner and Mr John Johnson of Livingston drove to last Tuesday morning and were married at the home of Rev H C Gar rison After the ceremony the happy couple left for Louisville where they spent several daysand on returning went to Livingston where they will reside Mrs Johnson is the daughter of Mrs Josephine Boner and was one of our of our lovliest girls Her beauty never showed to a better advantage than on her wedding day when she looked lovely in her wedding gown of brown cloth with hat gloves and shoes to match Mr and Mrs Johnson have the best wishes of the entire communtiy for a long and happy life and we hope it will be as bright as the beautiful October day oc which they were made one at the Hymeneal altar CASTOR I A For Infants and Children tt parents Danville De Hall Always bars Yw 1 Bears the SJpatme of d They Dont Make a Better One Let us show you MOUNT ELKIN Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS We are now displaying a beautiful line of Bohemian Glass Venetian Glass and the celebrated bibbexj Cut Glass We are exclusive agents in Lancaster for Libbeys Cut We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Frisbies Drug Store III FOR I I I I II Pl1 I I madeiI i H the celebrated I Ji f I j r At b months old JjDosisjjCrMS I I tionCIImfu1 1JOI nPri1- BorNAKcOTIC ouSAIIIlDB1CI jIlJJV 4J Remedy rorCons lion Sour eaVor- msConvuIsionsfewrish OF SLEEt Signature of f NEW YORK EXACT COWOFWRAPPER rn11NIIMM1uM1ImmiIII I U I Ummunm- EInmuMllufxi L ictiAj- A tioaforAsosinilaiingth ting the s andBowels d- PtaatolesDi ness neiflt- aOpumtorpbiiie ar Hess atdLOss TacSisiile ForInfants and cnuareo The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years E CEWTAUII COMPAIIIt lllEW YOII CITY CASIORIA CASIORIA THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 905 NATHANIEL WHITAKER of Richmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so motion BY Read what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14tn 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in tbe least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Rucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky I have owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I has given persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first In this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year for tbe cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County and State rights for hild sale FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CILIGE UEEN CRESCENT ROUTE VIA 6 Tourist TicketsWinter OB Sale November 1st 1907 Good Ket r g May 31st 1908 r list eJ letels Co Co sT Yy Fee e greet KING r A1111 Maia Ltlqte PASSING OF THE DESERTS Waste Territories Rapidly Being Mapped and Described Before long there will be left but few regions of mystery in which ima gination can travel The great des erts are being explored mapped and described The Great American Des ert has disappeared from the geog raphy books and the French are rap idly opening up the Sahara For sev eral years past they have sent expeditions into it which leave worked respectively with Algeira and the Niger as bases In the course of last summer a camel corps command ed by Co Laperrine after great hardships penetrated to the salt mines of Taodeni where they found ne groes at work quarrying the salt which is spread all over the of Nigeria as a marketable product This salt region ought to furnish a good deal of freight to the Sahara railroad system which the French ex pect to piece together connecting Al geria with the Niger The rail head of the line southward from Oran is now at Figig at no great distance from the oasis of Twat From Twat to Timbuktu is about 700 miles and this is the great work for which the French are surveying The entire system from Algiers to Timbuktu will have a length of 1000 miles When it is opened it will be an easy journey from Paris to Timbuktu The latter city was long one of the worlds mys tery places the first European to visit it getting there in disguise in 1826 Twelve years later a dashing French commander in a lightdraught gun boat appeared off Timbuktu and the veil of mystery was rent forever Now the sacred city is but a French administrative center Boston Transcript HARVEST THE YEAR ROUND Fruits of the Earth are Being Gar nered Continually Our Thanksgiving celebrates the garnering of the harvest said a clergyman and a fine poetic festival it is But did it ever occur to you how various are the harvest times of the different nations of the world January is the harvest month of the Chileans of the Australians the Argentine folks and the New Zealand ers February is the harvest of India February and a part of March The Egyptians the Persians and the Syrians harvest in April while the Chinese the Japanese the Mor occans and the Algerians harvest in MayThe Spanish Greek and Italian harvest time is June the Russian and Austrian is July the English German Dutch and Canadian is August the Scandinavian Scottish and Welsh is September while the northwestern most part of Russia Norway and Sweden do not gather their harvest until October As to Uses of Soap Can soap be done without Accord ing to a member of the English public it is quite an unnecessary article and man may be kept clean with plain water Nations have risen to great ness without soap Ancient Rome our old familiar companion Rome knew nothing of soap until she came in contact with the Germans and the Gauls who used it to brighten the color of the hair Once or twice soap is mentioned in the Old Testament but it doesnt mean the oily substance that it is today Painful as it is for Americans who have lived in England to admit it would be better for gen eral comfort if more soap was used there Thus instead of advancing its cost let it be lessened and so place the cleansing article within the reach of all But the new soap combine doesnt view the situation in that light precisely It takes the cake and the public pays Makes Celluloid Fireproof M Gervain a bTench chemist has patented a process for rendering the deadly celluloid hair brush and comb safe from explosion when it comes ac cidentally in contact with the gas flame by the dresser According to a consular report this result is obtained by adding to a celluloid mass in course of preparation just at the moment when it is most liquid a certain quan tity of bicarbonate of ammonia or magnesia Celluloid thus prepared when touched by fire or a flame gives out a gas that checks combustion In fact immersion of made of celluloid in solutions of any of these salts reduces its inflam mability i Oregon Game Wardens Wax Fat The only man in the country who can have all the game he can eat in open or closed season is the game warden When the season is closed and while he is snooping around if he happens to run across a milk can full of China peasants they are his meat If he is industrious and catches a boy coming home with a Chinaman in his pocket but no hunters license alongside of it he has fried peasant for his next meal while the poor boy pays the freight Now if you see a fellow looking chereful and fat thats the game Revie No Poetry in His Business Does it not throw a shade of bitter neas into your heart said the poetic youth to see the trees all leafless and to hear the wind sighing in mournful monotony Does it not make you feel that there is too much that is bleak in worldNo the practical youth it does not WhyBecause my father is in the coal Stroies Fruit and Ornamental Shrubs Grape Vines As A paragus Everything for Orchard Lawn Garden We have no agents Catalogues on application H F HILLENMEIER SONS LEXINGTON Ky Explored regions colonial saltsphosphates articles wardenJefferson businessStray TRIIs i I exploring h r Business Items Fresh Lowneys Candies at Zini uiers Plenty f for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Eikins tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Hand made harness at extra low prices IIjisHden Bros Seed Wheat We have something nice glad to show it to you Banks Hudson Now is the time to get a buggy cheap VV J Romans Wanted an experienced blacksmith Shop is in fine location can furnish good house and garden to L G Davidson Lancaster Ky Highest market price paid for produce tf Gill Walker Simpson For Sale 150000 good brick Apply to D S Swope three miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike Phone 103F tf New line of dishes just received tf Gill Walker Simpson I have some high grade timothy seed and seed wheat for sale W R Cook tf Lancaster Magazines taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your or der Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs tore The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans We have large stock bought early can deliver promptly or load farmers wagons while they wait tf Banks Hudson Ballards Ubelisk Flour Strictly first patent and none better try a barrel that is the cheapest way to buy it Banks Hudson Plants kept over winter 25c per square foot in advance tf Lancaster Greenhouse We will pay cash for a car load of Walnuts or Ilickorynuts at Lancaster Stanford2t Northcott Hayan 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 Dont forget the place to get your winter buggy robe cheap at W J Romans 200 bushels yellow Fultz seed wheat All recleaned W E Moss Phone 184 F 10 lltf I am offering great bargains in bug gies to make room for my largespring stock W J Romans Second hand Piano for sale For particulars call on Miss Betsy Myers West 1011 1m 200 Barred Plymouth Pullets and Cockerels W E Moss Phone 184 F 10 lltf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at once I 611 tf C A Arnold SG C Fresh Lowneys Candies Just a shipment of the cele brated Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome box es Zimmers Restaurant Ring up the Lancaster Paint Wall Paper Co and they will give you esti mates on the very best goods and skill ed workmanship 11 1 tf For Sale 200 bushels Potato Onions at 100 per bushel W E Moss Phone 184 F 10lltf For Sale A first class family horse perfectly safe 8 year old red bay Call at Henry Duncans barber shop for information Fine Seed Wheat For Sale I have some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale Perfectly clean From threshing reports it has proven better in quality and yield than any other Price 1 per bushel tf Doty We handle the best wall paper and paints and can do your work in upto date style Ring us up and get esti mates Lancaster Paint and Wall Paper Co tf Show Cases For Sale I have three handsome floor show cases which I will sell cheap See them at my store on Danville street tf Thompson Taken Up as Estray Three head feeding cattle about 2 years old weight about 1100 Came to my farm Oct 6 Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses 0 T Wallace Point Leav ell Ky 11 1 tf 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 1906 will save cost by pay ing at once E W Harris Treas 816tf Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of your years work Fire Lightning Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm G B Swinebroad Lancaster Ky Phone No 221 Res 132 920 tf Important Notice Ladies Home Journal Delineator and Home Companion will raise their clubbing rates on Nov 1st Call and get advantage of the present low prices before the advance is made Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs Store I lIke Apply country I I am Coal Plants Wanted Jonestf For Sale For Sale received J A 111 I P U J losing The Lancaster Paint Wall Paper Co has in stock handsome wall paper and complete line of paints They are thf peop os l you Mm stock and do your work at lowest prices 11 1 tf Prof Lippard wants the names of all students wishing to enter Business College here sent to the Recorder at once Dont miss this opportunity nothing pays like a business education Its at your door Act now 10253t Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at G M Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Tues days Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments treat ed 1125 tf When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these or gans always fail Dont drug the stom ach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a pre scription known to Druggists every where as Dr Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops or liquid see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts PAINT LICK A large crowd attended the speak ing of Hon W P Thorne A large crowd was at the skating rink last night about 250 people being presentMiss Miller who has been vis ting Miss Margaret Pullins has re turned to her home in Lancaster Miss Mary B Engleman the guest of Miss Margaret Pullins has returned home near Lancaster firs John Baumstark and Miss Katie Pitman of Waco have been visiting the family of Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Mr W 0 Mays of this place and Miss Helen B Terrill were married at the brides home at Terrill Ky last at 13 oclock It was an ex ceedingly pretty home wedding and the many useful and handsome received spoke of the popularity of both parties Mr Mays is an inter prising young farmer the son of Dr Nelson Mays and has resided in this community for a number of years and by his splendid traits of character and pleasant disposition has made a host of friends who wish him much success and happiness in his new life A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less and safe that DrShoop tells moth ers everywhere to give it without hesi tation even to very young babes The whlesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensi tive broncbal membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal ach ing lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb Demand Dr Shoops Take no other R E McRoberts Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 4 1lyr PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will OH Thursday November 7th sell to the highest and best bidder nil my property consisting of household cud kitchen furniture and the following live stock towitTwo mares bred to jack 1 filly colt 1 2year old filly sired by Ky Artist C old mare mules brokeu to work 2 1year old mare mules 1 5year old mare mule 1 2year old horse mule 2 work horses 2 cows and calves 2 jersey heifers 22 head yearling cattle M head sheep 1 buck 50 fat shorts 20 fat hogs 9 brood sows The above sale will be made at my farm 9 miles North West of Lancaster and 6 miles East of Danville on the Danville and Lexington turnpike A cordial invitation Is extended to every one Sale will begin promptly at 9 oclock TERMS All sums of 20 and under cash all over that amount on a credit until first of January with out interest with a good note payable at Citizens National Bank of Lancas ter Ky G T Higginbotham- I M Dunn Auct Fine Farm For Sale In Garrard County A fine blue grass farm for sale on new pike near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster contain 200 acres well located in good neighborhood being of the John Walker tract with a handsome new 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 TERMS i cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per cent interest until paid Persons looking for such place please write E M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or Wal c re Stanford Ky Isabelle P E M and W O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf Restorativetablets presents Ie year W 0 attractive Wednesday personal situated outbuildings PILES let mediite reDef frm OrSM1 sMOiMwat I CHASED AWAY HS INSOMNIA What Meal of Fasnuts and KHk Did for One Victim A friend who had teat I some times snfTer from insomnia oM me sure cure Eat a pint rf p aaH drinli two or three glasses nl iwik KM ort s ring to bed said air 1I warant youll IK asltoj piri in half au hour I did as suggested and nov for the benefit of others who may be afilicted with insomnia 1 feel it my duty to report what hapnened so far as I am able this morning to the details First let me say my friend was right I did go to i very soon after my retirement Then a friend with his head under his arm came along and asked me if I wanted to buy his feet I was negotiating with him when the dragon on which I was riding slipped out of his skin and left me floating in midair While I was considering how I should get down a bull with two heads peered over the edge of the wall and said he would haul me up if I would climb up and rig a windlass for him So as I was sliding down the mountain side the brakeman came in and I asked him when the train would reach my station We passed your station 400 years ago he said calmly folding the train up and slipping it into his vest pocket At this juncture the clown bounded into the ring and pullet the center pole out of the ground lifting the tent and all the people in it up up while I stood on the earth below watching myself go out of sight among the clouds above Then I awoke and found that I had been asleep almost ten minutes Good Health Clinic GOLD LOST IN SHIPMENT Why Bankers Prefer to Send Precious Metal in Bars When the banks ship gold across the Atlnatic said a banker they prefer to ship it in bars rather titan in coin It loses less that way It loses less Yes sir If 1000000 in gold coin is shipped across the sea it is only 099800 on its arrival It loses from 12 to 15 ounces about 200 through abrasion through knocking about with the motion of the waves The sea makes gold lose weight you see the same as it does human beings Gold bars lose less In fine weather they will lose only about to each million In the ugliest weather they cant lose more than 150 whereas in like conditions gold coins have been known to lose As gold shipments of 100000ft often occur to make these shipments in gold bars instead of gold coin is a saving of 1000 or more It is odd to think when you cross in one of those gold laden ships that every wave that hits the boat clips off 10 to 15 cents from its golden cargo Kentuckys Good Old Com Bread Land of the luscious indescribable and ever conquering corn bread we hail thee Other suites have their own bread but no corn bread on earth ever reaches the right spot in the hungry mans makeup like that of old Kentucky Corn bread is the Kentucky housewifes monument See the genuine corn bread anywhere or even the imitation and the mintl must instinctively go back to old Kentucky with all its treasures and traditions of corn bread making This verily is a land of corn and wine a land of bread and vineyards See the Kentucky household about hospitable tables to realize the truth of Victor lingo Oh the love of a mother love no one miraculous bread which God distributes and multiplies board al ways spread by the paternal hearth whereat each has his portion and all have it entire Louisville More Girls Than Boys The rural village of Toppesfield in North Essex England has become prominent on account of a remark able phenomenon in the births there During the last decade the great preponderance of girls born in the parish over boys has been noticed and at the present moment the schol ars atending the village school 93 girls but only 11 boys In consequence of this the county authority is contemplating the substitution of a schoolmistress for the presentT schoolmaster But among those belonging to the place the present state of affairs has aroused considerable concern and the question is being asked where the farm laborers of the future are to come from if matters do not change The medical officer for the district has been consulted but he can as cribe no cause for the greater of girls wo CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery hear and I recall I I 100 gathered forgets recorded comprise number I KILL THE COUCH WITH oft hrs sleep our Kentucky Herald education FORII covcxs Trier letlle mpBoafret ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W S Ferguson Mrs P D Gill Clay Sutton W J Gillispie Ed Portwood W T Worrel W G Anderson ILL TllttOAT AND LUIICTH tES GUARANTEED A AlTR1i- OK MONEY BEPUXDED POSTED AD Notice of Election At a regular term of the Garrard County be held ia the Court Ilousu In the City ot Ivy inithe t tU ot ApriKMO LMir met pursuant u adjuurrimeiic mid the following pruceetiings were iresent Hun A Ford Judder J II Dunn W S Walker J 1 Bourne Justices Bond Election to Repair Court House trailed The question under tha eonsuteritioa the Fiscal Court con cerning the condition t the tiarrard County Court House the vaults of the same containing the public records the condition of the different court looms and the various ollice rooms in the Court House and the question 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 reipariu and in many respects resteliutr and it is the opinion of the court that the sum of S7COOOO should be appropriated for the purpose of said work as hereinafter specifically and the said Fiscal Court hereby suggest that said appropriation be made and does hereby recommend the same that is that the sum of S7300i 00 be appropriated for the purpose o remodeling repairing and overhauling the two vaults and changing the loca Lion of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the Cupa Io if found to be necessary for and repairing the Circuit Court room and remodeling repairing and overhauling the Court House for the purpose of making it neat and corn and to put in the of heating 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 Regu lar Election to be held in Garrard County on the 5th day of November 1DOT 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 Kentucky for a sum not exceeding 8750000 It is further ordered that said election be held and polls oe a t all the voting precincts in Garrard county and the Sheriff of Garrard couuty be and he 5 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 circula tion in said county and tise the same bv printed posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Gar rard county an alsoat the Court House dour The clerk or this court is to furnish a certified copy thisor der to said Sheriff It is further that if the vote hereby ordered is in favor of 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 S7 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 ot 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 per per cent interest per annum front date until paid Oordered court adjourn A D FORD JudgeG X A true copy J A Doty Clerk GCGL by W A Doty D C In pursuranceof the foregoing order notice is hereby given that at the election to be held in Garrard County Kentucky on the Gib 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 mitted to vote on said proposed ques tion of bond issue as fully set forth in said order Given under my hand as sheriff n Garrard County Kentucky ThlsSepti 17 1007 C A Sheriff G C Public Sale OF FINE HORSES Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my farm I will offer at public sale Sixty Richly Bred Saddle and Harness Horses In eluding Five Stallions The Stallions are Dorsey Golddust 12052 Gen Simmons 31947 Lincoln Chief 2aGC two full brothers to Jack ODiamonds A gelding and two road mares that show speed Three match ed teams 15 brood mares bred to above stallions 47 colts geldings and fillies from weanlings to threeyear olds The ones twos and threes brok en 7 yearling stallion colts 5 by Dor sey Golddust out of standardbred mares All my own breeding and by such stallions as Dorsey Golddust Lincoln Chief a son of Bourbon Chief Mimic Wilkes a son of Gambetta Wilkes Quasi an imported French Coacher Paragon a son of Jay Bird and out ot the best bred mares for both harness and saddle purposes and proven producers Possessing the blood of Dorsey Golddust Alliewood Steath Happy Day Mimic Cecillian King Curtis Abdallah Messenger Chief Almont Etc Also two fine Jacks one and three years old four mules and a few good Jerseys and Shortnorns This stock will be sold at my farm 2J miles from Stanford cn Huston ville turnpike in Lincoln county Ky on the Knoxville branch of the L 31 5 miles from McKinney on Q C crossing of the L Q C KyCatalogues Cuur u and day D being being remodeling fortable same a system I I jag the court house ofGarrard opened I hand bills ordered o ordered G more Gambetta Wilkes C F Clay young R R miles from Junction CIty the Nand meat Lancaster hoc set- out County t turtherattver said regular beheld peg ARNOLD 1 T Waited Representative in Lancasterand v cinity to loot after renewals and nj crease subscription list of a prominent magazine on a salary and commission goals Experience desirable but not neces arT Good opportunity for right person AI dress Publisher Box S9 station 0 New York monthly