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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, November 8, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907110801 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 8, 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 RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 U07 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 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 stock for we know we can please you in both quality and price EIQIITEENTS YEAR 3 L J P IImmense J S5EEEE asEEc rlIE CC J E experienc- eS tllfl 20th Gehtuiy Laurel Bums Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or Soot ALL SOFT COAL OBJECTIONS OVERCOME Clean FuelSaving Handsome and Everlasting j HEATS THE FLOOR jIbe l I J EveryFire Five Years Guaranteedfor the Gal Bale boa dw Outade lowatd the Cater Showing how I See our line of New Fall Styles Ladies Fine Footwear NEW FALL GOODS in every Department Perfection School Suits for Boys H T LOGANLan- caster Kentucky E3SwseJdetl lIoN e J II II Brcthers H local Happenings 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 Missiionery Ladies of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church will have a chysanthemun show and candy sale on Tuesday November 12th at J Wade Walkers Every body invited Foot Ball The Model High School team of Richmond will play a game with the Graded School team here Friday at 3 oclock Both teams are good ones admission 25cts Give the boys a good crowd Notice 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 Big Land Sale Hughes Swinebroad report the sale of Hon S D Cochrans farm 280 acres to H K Herndon and J L Gill at 85 per acre They also sold for the purchasers 60 acres of the farm to J B Woods at 880 per acre Bazaar Dec 7th The Mite Society of the Presbyterin church will have a bazaar in the Stormes room on Danville street Sat urday Dec 7th Please remember the date They will have many nice fancy articles suitable for Christmas pre sents Also many articles for the talle tf Farm For Sale Mrs W E Baughman will sell her farm two miles from Danville on the 21st of November to the Highest bid der The farm consists of 126 acres and is well improved She will also sell a lot of live stock and farming imple ments and household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at one oclock Change In Firm The firm name of Gill Walker Simpson has been changed Mr Walker retiring The new name is Gill Simpson These young men appreciate past patronage and hope by handling the best of everything in the grocery line etc to merit a continuation of your favors They are excellent young men and deserve to succeed Real Estate Sales Rue Currey Harrodsburg Ky Lytle Kays to Cal Patterson his house and eight acres on the Mackville pike for 1600 For J L Ingram his house and lot on the North East Cor of College and Factory streets to W P Lawrence for 3000 equal to cash Benjamin Lawson his house and lot near D B Chatams to James Hardin for 400 equal to cash Henry C Van divier his 104 acre farm on Mackville pike to C S Vanarsdall at 42 per acre Lee Riker his 16 acre farm C G Bonta tract to H A Lung for 1250 I The City Erection The hottest election for city council ever held in Lancaster was that of Tuesday We do not mean that it was a dragout fight but that every foot of ground was contest ed Each ticket got out a keyard setting forth their views The result was the selection of the New Board Below is vote by precincts CITIZENS TKT CT HS EPK W PK For Logan 105 68 53 For Council Banks Hudson 110 70 52 Burton 105 70 51 Alex Walker 100 66 53 James Smith 97 65 51 95 65 50 96 65 49 TKT For Mayor John M Duncan 48 62 M For Councilmen 8 C Denny 54 58 23 JnoB8tomes 57 59 24 48 59 24 LG David oa 7 6J 23 51 61 25 I containing knockdownand j Mayor- H T W n J R Mount lel Hill LAW CT HS E PK W PH IDa Magee J B Conu TkoeAuada 5i G1 IIi J S ds A ODOR Death of Noble Man The death of Judge Richard C War ren which occured at his home in Stanford Friday evening about seven oclock was a great shock to his legion of friends all over the State Judge Warren had been in failing health for some years and several weeks ago underwent an operation for removal cf of a tumor from his throat While it is not known that his death was caus ed directly by the removal of the tumor yet this is the general opinion in Stanford so we are informed Judge Warren was born in Lincoln county April 4 1841 where he resided all his life except a few years spent in Boyle He was a graduate ot Center College and held a chair in that institution for some time He then entered the Louisville Law School graduating in 1866 He returned to Stanford immediately and has success fully practiced his profession there and in Central Kentucky courts since He served as county attorney attorney and in the Kentuc ky Legislature On the 9th day of January 1872 he was married in this city to Miss Charlotte L Duncan a daughter of the late Dr Benj Duncan one of the most prominent and influen tial physicians and citizens in this sec tion She with five daughters and one son to mourn the loss of a kind hus band and father who bent every energy to bring comfort and happiness to them He was a enjoyed the confidence and of all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance use ful citizen and one who will be greatly missed not only in his home county but in the state as well He took an active part in politics but had a contempt for some of the of both political parties in this day The funeral services were con ducted in Stanford Sunday and were attended by one of the largest assem blies of citizens ever seen there Many Lancaster friends were also present The Lancaster Creamery a Success We have frequently oeen asked the question whether the Creamery here was going to shut down for the winter therefore desire to say that the Plant will continue in operation It has proven a success and there is no ques tion of its permanency The patrons are satisfied and a number aie piepar ing to increase their herds We have employed Mr Theo home man who has learned the business as butter maker To the farmers who are not on a regular milk route we desire to suggest a plan for delivery of milk to the factory Let three or more farmers in the same neighborhood go in together and take turn about deliv ering the milk during the winter the milk can be delivered every other day thus each man will only have to make one trip a week to haul his own and neighbors milk if there are only three and if there are more than three it will not be so often All that is nessessary is for the milk to be kept clean and sweet As to the details of the business and what the farmer will realize from his cows see either Mr Curry or Mr Swinebroad the Manager either one of them will be glad to explain the business your Farm and Dairy papers and see what the Creameries have done for the Counties where established in enchanc ing the value of lands also of mulch cows raising the quality of the herds starting a new source of revenue for the famer and many other advantages Just a few days ago there arrived in New York a shipment of Jerseys from the Island which were enroute to Shel by County Ky The value of this herd was estimated at over 10000000 This shipment is attributable to the Creamery and Dairy business in Shelby County Respectfully The BlueGrass Creamery Co Of Lancaster Ky Notice I All members of the Lancaster church are requested to be present I at a call meeting of the church Sun day Nov 10th at 10 oclock This meeting is called for the purpose of I getting the census of the church rela tive to the employment of Rev A R Abernathy as pastor Members re member it is your duty to be present Mdr I Commonwealths man who esteem j I Currya j hisother Read- I Baptist J S JOIlDIODa supreme practices Republicans Carry Kentucky Hon A E Willson republican candi date for governor of Kentucky was elected by from ten fifteen thousand majority The entire repub state ticket was also elected The republicans won by large majori ties in cities in other states where elections were held In Louisville the republican candidate was elected may or by a sweeping majority the entire ticket being elected Sweeping Republican Majority Garrard county went pellmell for the republican ticket Tuesday the en tire ticket carrying the county by 223 votes Mr Wynn republican can didate for representative ran ahead of tne ticket defeating Senator Farris by 265 votes The constitutional ammend I ment was defeated in the county over whelmiiigly We regret to say the pro position to repair the court house was defeated This requires twothirds of the votes cast and while there was a majority of the total votes yet the per cent was not up to the requirements The vote was 1170 for 825 against The Aerlel Quartette assisted by Prof Reinz a Reader will give an entertainment at Methodist church Friday night Nov 22nd K Denny t o tic in j I 8 p m rM DENTIST II Office over Herndons jewelry store I PAINT LICK There was a large crowd at skating rink last night Elizabeth daughter of Mr and Sirs R N Beazley has been quite sick for a few days is better at this writing Miss Jennie Totten who has been staying with her sister Mrs Clyde Pullins for quite awhile has gone to Nicholasvllle to visit her sister Mrs Jim liucn BUCKEOL Mr and Mrs A C Miles visited their daughter at Harrodsburg Sunday Mr and Mrs T 0 Hill visited their daughter Mrs Walker Bradshaw at McCreary Sunday- A C Miles boughter 5 shoats from Irvin Davis at 52ts per Ib also 8 from J 0 Bogie at 535 per 100 lb The dwelling and blacksmith shop of Wm E Whitaker burned Thursday together with all their contents Mrs Nancy J Ray and grand daugh ter Katie Mae Dickerson visited her daughter Mrs Wm Ray near Lancas SundayMr C Masters age 84 died at his home near here Wednesday Oct 30th of a complication of diseases The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community Interment at Friendship Madison county T J HOOD r DENTIST t l Office at residence Danville aw I U Shop f Roofing II Etc 6onn Bros Tin Guttering I 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- I have 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 Attention-I can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay- In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency Ii I I I I I 1 fwuImIlMnArmwuu4- I I FREE moo By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 1 IJ1Beazle9 I Undertaker Arterial aM Cavity Ebaliig Office on Danville Street FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK Lillards 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 Inc Potatoes Stewed in Cream loc New Wax Beans loc Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream ioc Coffee ioc Tea roc 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 I 1flllll1 111 111 111 1 I 1 crIIIIlr il i i NNN WIThY ll1BN 17llPS JR1Iffl 1 t DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Once over Police Court room Prompt attention to business RL I I WjnHerndon Ben D Herndon BERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store III c Doctored for File Years Here is a boy whom D D D Prescription cured quickly of Eczema andat a totalcost of 3 oo lifter all other remedies and many doctors failed I Read this letter iron grateftri porest The iUXU Company Chicago inGrxlltmex Ican truthfully say that DDI iB ertalnJj wonderful preparation Our troubled web Eczema oryean and we doc tored with different doctors for fire yeas having pro Hcrlptlons slUed at the and also using many various advertised remedies when at last we were per shaded to buy m bottle U It D at the Adams Fbar and B lam very three bottles of D D D SIMabottle our boy tfsou and and has no elgn ofEczema left People sty tinttilts quick cereal terfiveycoct of untold suffering seems little short of marvelous Yours truly CBJIOQEE Agent WeBs Fargo Ok and 1 adfie Express I zr EmUE 0 Jan 8tI1 IlL I I 0 roscy glut to that after using well a a For- E was drugstore say a a Eczema Sufferers HtitvCrt Mere to Mrt- y WE OURSELVES CAREFULLY 1H VESnaATED THIS REMEDY BEFORE ACCEPTING THE AGENCY M OUR HOME TOWN D are war Us t afcia traaWe R E tit ltIcweczeekck da AIr McRoberts Thle REMEMBER Kwi D4cal 1 a BaPwdasie tier webaneAed Mtnaeariee-v tr wa prraaiplha- l do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the best physi clans have overcome their former prejudice and now advise their patients to simply get DDD from the drug store at 100 a bottle We I You will agree with us that credit is due these physicians for thus the larger fees they could make by writing out their own prescriptions sacrificing D se Will this convince you Or will this at least influence you enough so that you will investi gate farther Investigation is all we ask Investigation will prove to you that this pleasant external liquid D D D Prescription is based on the only scientific principle of curing the skin through the skin by killing and dislodging the Eczema germ Bat we realize many times the poor skis Mdferer Raid good money for so called blood remedies for smeary salves useless ointments and harafal soaps We do not want you to are convinced hence the how has ceat rmtn spends offer of a LARGE SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE prepaida 10TTLE SAMPLE FREE takeaway tie itch and give indications of an early care Dont spend acent atour store until you have tried the free sample and have found thatyou are relieved and win be cured like all the others Trbo doubted at mm- C ttM a it to the P PP Co Suite 112198 Michigan Street Chicago and the free 1C bottle wilt be MIDtat toe ec CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAW EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Aj as SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association c I Lancaster Ky November 8 19O7 ALLACETON Mrs Elijah Owen is visiting her daughter in Berea Mr J A Baker sold a fat cow to Mr Bradenburg of Paint Lick at three cents per pound Rev Winkler and VanWinkle of Berea are conducting revival meetings at the Christian church near this placeMance the fifteen year old son of Rev T M Smith is seriously ill of double pneumonia of Paint Lick is in attendance Mrs Susie Guinn and little son who have been making an extended visit with her sister Mrs Alice Wallace and other Kentucky relatives left for their home in Newton KansasMr A Baker Miss Clara Bowlin and Mrs John Allen bad a narrow es cape from the train at the crossing in eastern Paint Lick last Tuesday being barely saved by backing off the track PREACtiERSVlLLE Born to the wife of Flem Cummins a 10 Ib girl Henry Lunsford and Woods are ill of measles- F F Blankenship and wife were visit ing at C T Wares Sunday Mrs James Moser and daughter Miss Frances visited at Levi Bells Balfard Sowders bought 102 hogs which they sold to Thurlow Jones at aicts Walter Johnson of Springfield Ills who has been visiting his aunt Mrs J Horton has returned home Mesdames John Naylor and Joe Lunsford visited at Yosemite Casey county They report a fine time Samp Cummins who has been at Springfield with Joseph Pettus the contractor has returned home for the winterBeverly Broaddus one of our popular merchants will soon move to Rich mond and Perry Ballard who has bought the store will take charge STONE Miss Alice Snyder visited her moth er near Paint Lick last week Mr Kirby Teater sold a bunch of hogs to Victor Lear at Mrs M A Sanders bought of C S Sanders 1 calf for 10 Mr and Mrs Brack Grove are visitors in Jessamine this week A T Sanders bought a bunch of shoats from J 0 Harden at 5c per lb L L Sanders suld a bunch of hogs to A C Miles at 590 per hundred Miss Garnett and Lewis Naylor visi ted Miss Delia Humphrey Sunday Miss Pearl and Beatrice Sanders visi ted Mr and Mrs Hansford Land last MondayMr Pollard and wife were guests of Mrs Mary A Sanders and family SundayMrs Hicks and children of Me Creary visited Mr and Mrs Joe Hicks last week Mr and Mrs Will Taylor of Paint Lick were guests of C S Sanders and wife last week Miss Mabel Lane has returned home after a visit to her aunt Mrs Sallie Davis of Jessamine Miss Effie Preston was the charming guest of her cousin Miss Linnie Lee Preston Saturday and Sunday Miss Beatrice Sanders returned home last Sunday after spending several days with Miss Lucy Dean of Jess mineRev G H Fenn of Lexington ered three very interesting sermons at this place Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Mr Fenix Lane and Miss Ruth Stone of this place eloped last Monday night and were married in Richmond We wish them both a long and happy life He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette T Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Elec trio 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 500 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses Great alterative and body builder best of all for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by R E McRoberts druggist 50c 1m No life is fruitful withot its frost All helpful service is born of sympa thy Appendicitis Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic par 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 and jaundice atMcRoberts drugstore 25c im Dr Snowden Saturday Carpenter N 5ic deliv t BIlYANTSVfLLE Tvlr and Mrs J IT Dunn were in Lex last week Mr Chalmers Gallaher of was here this week G B Rose is at home after a business trip to Eastern Kentucky Miss Jennie Burnside has returned from a pleasant visit to Lancaster Miss Lillian Leaveil has returned home after a very pleasant stay with relatives in Indiana Mr Joseph Farlee and sister Miss Fannie Farlee of Mercer visited here last week Mrs J W Bryant entertained at din ner Saturday in honor of Mrs Annie Dunn of Noblesville Ind Mrs J C Williams entertained a of her friends at dinner Saturday in honor of her sister Mrs Frank Campbell of Danville The sale of Mr John Ruble Satur day was well attended Everything sold well Mr Ruble will leave in a short time to make his home in the WestMrs W T Woolfolk and daughters Misses Anna Lee and Margaret of Lex ington Mrs Annie Dunn and Mr Will E Dunn of Noblesville Ind were the guests last week of Mrs Eliza Bal lard Mr W J Hogan celebrated his 75th birthday Friday with an elegant din ner Quite a number of relatives were present and all spent a very pleasant day Among those present from a dis tance were Mrs W T Woolfolk and daughters of Lexington Mrs Anne Dunn of Noblesville Ind Mr James Spillman and Miss Bessie Bolton of Harrodsburg Miss Fannie Farlee and Mr Joseph Farlee of Mercer county Miss Mittie Dunn and Mr John M Smith of Mackville surprised their many friends here by being married in Danville Sunday morning at the home of Rev H C Garrison Miss Dunn was one of our most popular girls and was in the entire county as she holds the office of County while Mr Smith is also well known here He is at present Cashier of the Bank at Mackville They were accom panied by Miss Alta Boner and Mr ters of Mackville Mrs Smith looked charming in a stunning gown of blue cloth with hat to match After the ceremony the happy couple drove to the home of Mrs Atha Dunn where they had an elegant dinner and in the afternoon left for Mackville where they will reside Miss Dunn will be missed as she has always lived here and was a favorite with everyone that knew her her winning ways and disposition endeared her to both young and old She is a member of one of the oldest and most prominent families of the county and was quite popular socially Not only will she be missed in the social circle but also in the church as she has been organist at the Methodist church for several years and was quite an active member Mr Smith was formerly Cashier of the Bank of Bryantsville and has many friends here who congratulate him on winning such a lovely bride The en tire communty join in wishing them a long and happy life and hope it will be as bright as the beautiful November day on which they were joined in the Holy bonds of matrimony 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 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 C E Rally at Beuna Vista 10 a m Devotional Eld F M Tinder Song Service 1015 Welcome Address Miss Askins 1020 Response Miss Georgia Dunn 1025 The Spiritual Side of Christian Endeavor Miss Robinson 1035 How May We Realize the Pres ence of Christ Mrs Taylor Burdett 1040 Paper by Miss Florence Chris topher 1050 C E Missions Miss Addie Song 1105 Round Table led by Miss Alice BurginImportant questions in C E a Comte Work Royston b Extension Miss Lizzie Simpson c Co operation Miss Carrie Arnold Afternoon 115 Devotional Song 130 Activity a Necessity for Life and Progress Rev O W Darnall 200 Junior Work Mrs James Red ford 220 Our Debt to the Juniors Miss Grace Stone 230 The Young People of Today the Hope of the Church of Tomorrow Rev Walton 300 Some Things Christian Endeav or has Done for Us 320 Closing Song Mizpah I ill ton well known Superintendent Pee Arnold Miss Bettie Lexington relatives number pleasant TREAD POWERS IN DAIRY Uniform Rate of Speed Secured by Use of Heavy Fly Wheel While the small gasoline engines adapted to running cream separators have been hailed with delight by many dairymen the old tread power is still a very economical and reliable source of power With a heavy sheep dog or the dairy herd bull enough power can be produced to run the separator and churn at practically no cost for the tread One difficulty has been to secure a except Good Use for the Ram uniform rate of speed but this Is solved if a heavy fly wheel is to the tread While the sketch shows a direct drive from tread to separator a more desirable is to have the tread located in a room adjoining the separator room where the milk will not be exposed to the breath of the animal CAUSE OF GAS IN THE CHURN An Explanation of This Peculiar in Handling Cream Frequently in churning gas will ac cumulate after several rounds and create a pressure inside sufficiently great to produce a popping report at the buttermilk outlet when the cork is removed This delights the children and calls for an explanation such as is requested in the following What causes the compressure of air in a churn I have often noticed that after several turns of a barrel churn one would find the cream oozing out at the sides of the cover In taking out the cork at the bottom the gas would escape with force The compressure of air is due to the formation of gas produced by certain bacteria These organisms exist in the cream when it is being soured for churning The gas is a byproduct simply speaking and as it forms by fermentation or other processes in duced by the germs it is held in the body of the cream being unable to rise and escape on account of the of the same The maximum amount of gas Is naturally contained in the cream just at churning time A little is liberated in stirring and pouring Cream that has been agitated with a paddle the ripening process will often show bubbles on the surface This is the same gas as is collected in the churn The greater the viscosity of the cream the larger will be the bubbles before they break says Colemans Rural World The presence of this phenomenon indicates that more clean liness could be practiced The to the gas is that it is liable to impart more or less of a strong or undesirable flavor in cream of first class purity Buy a Good Separator When a separator is to be see that it is a good one There are many cheap and worthless machines on the market that will simply disgust the buyers when they come to use them The separators ad vertised in the Farmers Review are not of this class but are of the class that will give satisfaction for many years to come The buyer of a should remember that when a separator is offered him at a price far below what the regular companies can make them for something must be the matter with it The matter is generally that the cheap machine is manufactured at a very low cost out of poor material and lacks exactness in adjustment Without that a separator is of no value Did You Ever Did you ever stop to figure out how much you lose by not knowing what your cows are doing from day to day Do you ever sit down and study hard as to why your herd gave 300 pounds of milk one night and morning and only 273 pounds the sec ond night and morning following Did you ever add a fresh cow to your herd and find at the end of a week that you were getting only as much milk as you were before the fresh cow was added though you had fully counted upon maintaining the original flow and being better off by just one cows milk How often were you successful in getting the herd back to its former flow under these circumstances The FarSighted Farmers The farsighted farmers are on having an abundance of for the cows next winter With plenty of hay corn fodder millet millet is not an extra good feed to produce milk straw etc with a light grain ration if the present high prices of grain they will be able to make money out of their cows next winter The prevailing sentiment is in favor of more cows and in this the farmers are wise in their day and 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 yalue of this mien tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Rem 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 21 arrangement Phenomenon objection purchased separator exactness exactly planning roughage although supplemented prevail costthe Harmony attached density during generation MILLINERYVe have the STYLISH LINES in Central Kentucky We will appreciate a call form the ladies MRS ADA KINNAIRD J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing In this line please remember him J C ROBINSON J a4 i r l i I Z E0 g g0 g sg s I I aor I v G rC I in fS THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 510000 A R DEXNV President- J E STORM ES Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Emory Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny I I I SaMjDepsitBoifisforEeit I I I We Solicit Your Business I E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II i We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with accommodation I conservativeBanking CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 900000 DIRECTORS I t II M COY RGGUYX J B WOODS RL ARNOLD JS BURROWS EL WOODS IlfIt WCFISH r 11 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I J J WALKERPresident Prest J S JOIINSo Vice ORGANIZED 188j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL M SURPLUS F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSOX B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jim A Sanders R E McRoiJERTS Prest J W EOIORE Cashr- J C EUBANKS Vice Prest R I 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Casht Canard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Equiped with The Latest Pmf Vailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a djrectorate whose integrity and busi 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 I 5 a JIB III BUl TON The Ilr nessexperience particularly requirement I eves Herndon J B Sanders V A Lear W W R Cook H K L Lawson H T R Haselden I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods Logan- J Banks Hudson R L Elkin R L Burton Perkins W G Gooch L K J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton I I Copyright 1907 by sl Hart Schaffner Man raJ pjrilJm SUITS TOP COATS RAINCOATS at Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying Tnnnnnr We are showing boys knee suits Knicker bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch Plaid j and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 p Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician p make at 350 and 3400 Be sure and ask to i see these shoes Whiting Company of New York are the recognized authority on correct Writing Paper We have just received 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 Wears and will be glad to see each and every one and will do our best to please you Ostrich Feathers a Specialty s Alexander Walker e lfre ffiL 1 I N W TOCK CLOTHING I I sand I I I I Jim Smith Herriu I 0f JlooVC YQjymYI7V moo WLZiIZilocZilUJ 1 rX Jfllffi101 TiijjJ I01rJ r Fii X X l ef Y I I r I I I I l I 1 1 Fl iE Y Y Yar 1jr 0 fX X x X Xe i DW 4a to U iQtQ Q Q 0- I Q Q Q Q J Q rQ1 Qt Q Q Q Q Fisher Q l i t l f r I 6IDii 4Si Read fo 1 r r i gratifying to any of us to feel that weve spent our money to good advantage got a good deal for it Thats exactly the way you can feel when you buy a Hart Schaffner Marx suit of clothes here no matter what your price these clothes are worth the money and more The stores full of all sorts of good wearables we promise you full moneys worth f1i1J fig tfFBffiUi1 firilJmr J 1IIJ IS rE tBatsons White Elephant Store D zz 4 Personal Mention i1 IIIIIII141 I roI 11il 11 I 1 111 1111 1 I 1 f I I I 1f1ttttltttttt ttttttttttttuttttttatttttt ttttttttttttttttttttttttxtttttttt Mr Alex Walker is spending several weeks at French Lick F B Marksbury bas returned from a business trip to London Mrs R Zimmer bas been spending everal days in Cincinnati Mrs John T spent several days with Lancaster rela lives Misses Allie and Mary Arnold have been recent guests of Mrs Ramsey of Paint Lick Mrs Hugh Hemphill of Nicholas ville has been visiting her brother Mr W A Arnold Mrs B F Walter gave a surprise Hal loween party to her daughter Miss Katbaleen and son Mr Robt Walter Mr and Mrs V A Lear are rejoicing over the birth of a fine son The little fellow has been christened V A Lear JrMiss May McGee who is attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music was at home for the wedding of her cousin Miss Cora Ward Mr James B Lavell announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Mat tie May to Mr Micheal Robert Smith of London Ky This engagement is of great interest to their many friends The wedding will take place early in December Mr Millard F West who has been spending several days with his mother and brothers in this city returned to Washington City yesterday As will be seen from the announcement in this column Millard will be married on the 27th to one of Washingtons most prominent and popular young ladies He certainly deserves one of the best girls in the land for a more perfect and honorable gentleman never lived Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Miss Kathrine Dowlinf of Lawrenceburg to Mr Henry Everett OBrien of New York City the wed ding to take place at the home of her mother Mrs John Dowling November 19th Miss Bowling who is one of the leaders of CentralKentucky socie ty attended the meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association Estill Springs last summer and by her bright mind and lovable traits of character was soon the pet of the As sociation In the several contests held among tbe press people she was unanf mously voted the prettiest and most popular girl present and as leader of tbe german was awarded tbe honors as the most graceful dancer If she real izes all the happiness wished for her by the Kentucky newspaper people her married life will be one sweet dreamQuite the handsomest affair of the past week was the Halloween linen shower given by Mrs B F Walter in honor of Miss Cora Ward an charming young woman Walter Miss Cora Ward Miss Emma Soper Mrs Jennie West Mrs Guy and Mrs Larry D Jones received in the parlor They wore beautiful gowns The house dimly lighted was decorated in all tbe Halloween Jack olanterns made of pump kins roasting apples corn autumn leaves and was certainly a work of art Delicious cider was served and Miss Joan Mount presided here Miss Mar garet Mount had charge of book wbere advice was given to the brideelect Before entering the dining room just behind a tree the moon shone brightly In the dining room the decorations of the room were tastily arranged In the center of the table was a Jacko lantern pumpkin and from each corner was autumn leaves caught to the chan delier with a pumpkin The chocolate urn was at one end MiasTommie Fran cis serving this and the coffee service was at the other Miss Carrie Curry pouring coffee Sandwiches and cakes were also served Miss Nell Johnson dressed as an old witch gracefully told the fortunes The beautiiully big rooms were crowded with guests ele gantly gowned a t Davidson I J emblems i Johnston of beauty exceptionally Mrs Miss Ethel Grant of Danville bas been visiting her aunt Mrs Edwin Price I Mr J L Anderson who came from j Washington to vote returned to that city yesterday Miss Bessie Bolton of this county his been visiting the Misses Vansant of HarrodsburgMr T West gave adinner Sunday in honor of Mr Lewis West of Washington D C Mrs W 0 Bradley of Frankfort is visiting her sisters Mrs P D Gill and Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Jennie Burnside who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home in Bryantsville Mrs Sallie Mobley of Stanford bas returned home after a pleasant visit to her niece Miss Sallie T Smith returned Saturday from Covington wbere she has been the guest of Mrs Arthur Hubbard Mr and Mrs Roy Haynes after a vis it to her parents Mr and Mrs W B Ma son have returned to Hillsboro Ohio Mrs Joe Falconer and children of Middlesboro is visiting relatives here and attended tbe WardWest wedding The many friends of Miss Margaret Tomlinson were glad to see her out driving after a long spell of typhoid feverMesdames Pattie Gill W S Elkin Juliet Rogers Miss Jennie Duncan Messrs John and Sam Duncan attend ed the funeral of Judge R C Warren at Stanford Sunday Dr and Mrs Egbert A Clark of Wash ington City announce tbe engagement of their sister Elizabeth Masterson Leech to Mr Millard Farror West Miss Leech is the daughter of the late Ed ward 0 Leech who at the time of his death was vice president of the Na tional Bank of Commerce New York City The marriage will be solemnized at the home of Senator and Mrs Thos H Carter 16th Street Washington on Nov 27th The departure of J B Jennings for Pecos Texas is a source of much among his numerous friends here Me is a man of undoubted integrity highly intelligent and eminently social He is wellequipped to fiil the position which he has accepted having had many years experience is drygoods and other branches of merchandise The Record joins the public in wishing and his excellent family unbounded Happiness and abundant success in their new home With solemnity and beautiful ar rangements the nuptials of Miss Cora Ward and Mr Lewis West of Washing ton D C were celebrated Wednesday morning at the Methodist church Eld F M Tinder officiated The were most effective The altar was beautified by white carnations potted plants and palms The first notes of Mendelssohns March played by Mrs Belle Burnside brought the dig niged ushers brothers of the groom Messrs William Charles and Thurston West down the aisle Mr Earl Ward cousin of the bride gave her away Mr Millard West was best man Miss Nell Johnston played Oh Promise Me on the violin during tbe ceremony The bride looked handsome in agoing away gown of brown broadcloth bat gloves and shoes to match She carried white carnations The bride is a most young lady with many beauti ful qualities of character and has a large circle of devoted friends The groom is the son of Mrs Jennie West and is promising young man is held in respect this community wbere most of his life has been spent The wedding gifts were extremely hand some and the fair bride was most gen erously remecabared Immediately af ter the ceremony the happy couple drove to Danv Hie where they took the train for Washington D C Their many friends here wish them every happiness in Ujieir new life i J j I I Mrs J E Stormes decorations I attractive regret in Mr Earl Ward of Cincinnati attend ed the wedding Mrs S C McCarley has been visiting Mrs L T McCarley of Nicholasville Mrs R L Embry gave a luncheon Sat urday evening in honor of tbe bride elect Miss Cora Ward In Memory On Friday October 25th 1907 Mrs John Lackey died at her home in Mc Creary after a few days illness cf pneumonia After a short funeral ser vice at the home on Saturday at 11 a m the remains were laid to rest in Lancaster cemetery The long proces sion and floral offerings were evidence of the esteem in which she was held by kindred and friends The deceaseds maiden name was Susan Beaumont Leing a member of one of Garrards pioneer families She was born May 30 1831 consequently was in her 77th year She was married in 1850 to John L Lackey and to this union were born six children five of whom are living Wm Lackey Mes dames J D Gulley J P Naylor B F Broaddus and Dave Anderson She was a woman of fine memory and read a great deal consequently was an in teresting companion to yonng and old She joined the Christian church when a young girl and while unassuming in all other things she was one of the most conscientious Christians we ever knew She grew in grace from day to day and age only reflected in her face the beautiful life within For the last few years it has been our good fortune to live near this Dear Old Mother in Israel and whenever we called to see her unannounced she was usually found reading her Christian paper or the Bible It was a rare privilege to listen to her interpretations of the gospel She was ever ready to throw the mantle of charity round those overtaken in fault and would so often say Do not judge too harshly we do not know what their temptation was we must be more earnest in She was ready and willing to go and so often expressed the wish only regret ting to leave the husband her com panion in all her joys and sorrows Our sympathy is very deep for him knowing that in the evening of life f when nearing its very sunset he must be bereft of her sweet companionship and tread tbe slope alone Be not dis consolate you who loved her so The deeds of the good live after them We all loved Aunt Susan as she was affectionately called by the children of the neighborhood She has fought the good fight she has kept the faith and henceforth there is laid up for her a crown of righteousness Sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trust she approached the grave like one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams Rest on in blessed sleep The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Sboop of 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 Not a grain of real 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 For Sale Sweet milk sweet cream butter milk and butter always on hand at tbe Lancaster Creamery But ter 3U cents per pound sweet milk 20 cents per gallon sweet cream 80 cents per gallon butter milk 5 cents per gallon are the present prices cash at the plant If you want sweet milk or cream telephone Mr Curry at the Fac tory at any time before 9 oclock A M and he will save you what you want Will sell by the pint or quart at above ratesThe Blue Grass Creamery Co 2t Of Lancaster Ky WardWest prayer produced expertwere Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner E5 Marx SS They Dont Make a Better One Let us show MOUNT ELKIN you Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy thecelebrated 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 and the celebrated Cut Glass We are exclusive agents in Lancaster for Libbeys Cut Glass which is undoubtedly the finest Cut Glass made We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Frisbies Drug Store I FOR I II 0 t I J 9 i i i Venetian Glass I ibbe9 II I I y t b CASTQRxvoK The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per tonal supervision since its infancy fje Jc6uA Allow no one todeceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorge and Soothmg Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET NEW YORK CRY THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 I9O5 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 trouble 4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed Gth It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other yth because every one that sees it savs so o J Drops 9k BY v qty WI TIE CENTAUR Read what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1906 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid 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 child 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 the cost of the 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 sale gate FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CIllGE QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE VI Winter Tourist Tickets On Sale November 1st 1907 Good Ret May 31st 1908 I Lt I Fr ifEaWe ad of 6teLaJeu L C YiBG C P 8 T L111 lain kx3 lte gy HERE IS PROOF POoTJVd as o Vhccr Anfmsis T Sclllcd fcr All Tire Do animals think was the sub ject under discussion by the Dews bury Debating club Bob Rogers the dog fancier said they did I have a dog he declared whirl acted like a hero once when my house caught fire My wife and I snatched up as many of the children as we could carry and Hew into the street Neither of us had time to count them till we got outside and then alas we found there was one missing Before we had time to return to the blazing house we saw Rover into the faces of all the rescued children and then having discovered that there was one short he sprang through the flames and reappeared in less than a minute with a blanketed bunde which proved to be our child JTarvelous exclaimed the Wait a second my impatient friends proceeded Rogers That dog hadnt finished In two seconds he was back in the furnace again We felt sure the noble animal would be cremated and I remember feeling disappointed that he hadnt been able to count the children correctly after all for there was none left in the house to save However when he he had between his teeth all safe and do you think Give it up shouted everybody Rogers leaned forward and whis peredThe fire insurance a wet towel MILK THE ORIGINAL FOOD Prof Osler Tells of the Dietary Needs of Mankind Comparing the human body and the steam engine a lecture Prof Osier said one differentiating feature was that while the engine had only one furnace and a large one the human body consisted of myriads of little is cells Milk was the original food of man It contained the four things that were necessary as curd sugar and salt all dissolved in water Dr Weir Mitchell once showed him a robust looking patient and he remarked He looks as if he had been living on the fat of the land No replied Dr Mitchell on the fat of the cow That patient had a five years milk on Sundays when his wife insisted on rice pudding If vegetarians would eat their vegetables and say less about it they would Many vegetarians were not as robust mentally as physically Alcohol was quite unnecessary If all the beer and spirits could be dumped into the Irish channel and the North sea for a year people in Eng land would be infinitely better off If he continued on the second day you dumped all the tobacco into the sea it would be good for you and hard on the fish Poor Mans Misfortune Miss Elizabeth Magie the pretty and talented Chicago girl who recently jumped into distinction by offering herself for sale said the other day in an address before a girls club- I advise all of you to be new wom en I urge you to pay no heed to the gibes about new women that are con tinually being uttered by men It isnt a fine type of man that gibes at the new woman You know the story of the man in the county jail What brought you here my poor fellow a missionary asked- I married a new woman sir the prisoner groaned Aha said the missionary And she was so domineering and extrava gant that it drove you to desperate courses eh No said the prisoner The old woman turned up Dental Job Goes Begging Municipal authorities of Barmen Prussia have been requested to for a dentist who is willing to at tend an elephant an inmate of the local zoo He suffers from peevish ness in consequence of frequent at tacks of toothache caused by of sweets At such times he is practically unmanageable The local dentists refuse to attempt to fill his teeth One dentist was brave enough to try to examine an aching tooth but the enraged elephant chased him around the inclosure and the dentist afterward sent in a bill for damages caused by the shock Difference in the Races The Frenchman of the middle class sacrifices everything in o der to for his children some official or other a mean one perhaps but a sure one leading after 30 years of penury to a pension verging on des titution This is one aspect of the of the French race It is easy to understand that two races are not evenly armed for the struggle for life if one be made up of aspirants to positions and the other of indi viduals possessing initiative daring and energy For this reason do Latin races decline while AngloSaxon races grow and multiply Paris Siecle Nerve Yes said the warden he was the coolest and most thoughtful convict who ever broke jail You doat say exclaimed the visitorYes he left behind him a note to the governor of the state beginning l hope you will pardon me for the liberty Im taking CASTORIAFor Infants and Children UN KM YN Always tagM Bears the Signature of 4 Dipu e peering listeners returned soundwhat policywrapped- in in furnacesthat foodfat dietexcept advertise overabundance obtain decay Hal 1 x x dwell position official o PILES d fmetitfe rdfef frill I Irs tcoiMnt+ Business Items AH kinds of shell Zmmcrs Lo wneys CanJlus at Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Elkius tf Fresh home mince meat the best ever made at Zimmurs tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great W J Romans Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Seed Wheat We have something nice glad to show it to you Banks Hudson Now is the time to get a buggy cheap W J Romans I have some high grade timothy seed and seed wheat for sale W R Cook tf Lancaster Magazines I am 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 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 Dont forget the place to get your winter buggy robe cheap at W J Romans I am offering great bargains in bug gies to make room for my stock W J Romans Second hand Piano for sale For particulars call on Miss Betsy givers West 200 Barred Plymouth Pullets and Cockerels W E Moss Phone 184 F 10 lltf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes clue state and county are due This includes the dog call and settle same at once 611 tf C A Arnold S G C The Ladies of the Presbyterian church are going to have a bazar the first Saturday in December Timothy Seed A large stock can make attractive prices as they are bought right tf Bank Hudson Onions all sold Also wheat A few of Barred Plymouthrock pullets and cockrels left W E Moss 118 2tFresh Lowneys Candies Just received 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 Co and they will give you esti mates on the very best goods and skill ed workmanship tf 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 tt J A 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 11 1 tf Show Oases For Sale I have three handsome floor show cases which I will sell cheap See them at my store on Danville street tf Thompson For Sale Will sell privately 2 good milk cows and 4 meat hogs about 300 lbs also 2 good work mares 3t Jack Hiatt 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 T Wallace Point Leav ell Ky 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 8 16tf Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of los ing your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm property insured G B Swinebroad KyPhone Res 132 920 tf Important Notice Ladies Home Journal Delineator and Home Companion will raise their clubbing rates on Nov 1st Call and Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs Store Fine Farm For Rent Will sub rent 93 known as the Ashley Gulley farm near McCreary possession Jan 1st 32 acres to go in corn about 4 acres in oats 12 acres already in wheat Rest in gocd grass Frank Pearce I I Fresh ill mad bargains Coal Plants tf large spring 10111m For Sale I taxi Iease Wall- Paper 111 For Sale I 111 pricesbefore tt acreS new tt Wins at fliers S now Lancaster The Lancaster Paint Wall Pap r Co has in stock handsome wall gap r land a complete line of paints They are tine pcnplu toseli von the stock and du our voile utluwost prices 11 1 tf Prof Lippard wants the names of students wishing to enter Business College here sent to the Recorder at out Dunt miss this opportunity nothing pays like a business education Its at your door Act now 10253t Dr Roseberry Osteoath Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here days Thursdays and Fridays of week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments 1125 tf Folks who expect failure seldom are cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less and safe tells moth ers everywhere to give it without hesi tation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cougn and heals the sore and bronchal 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 shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb Demand Dr Shoops Take no other R E McRoberts DOCTOR THE ITCH WHERE THE ITCH IS Dont Dose the Stomach to the Eczema and Skin Diseases Those alllicted with Eczema salt rheum or other skin diseases of a similar nature should never dose the stomach to rid themselves of the terrible Itch They should doctor the itch where the itch the skin through the skin not through the stomachEczema and other diseases of a kind are iliseasesnot blood Science huts shown that Eczema caused by germs in the skin and the disease can oe eradicated only by killing the germs Dr Decatur D Dennis was one of the first physicians to follow out the germ theory in skin diseases Then he that by mixing oil of with other soothing agents had liquid prescription which killed the germs and cured the awful itch leaving the skin white and smooth Since that time this D D D has been the standard remedy for skin diseases just as D D D soap is the standaard high grade skin soap The first few drops of D D D give instant relief from the terrible itch and from the frightful burning of the skin So reliable is this D D D remedy that hundreds of physicians prescribe it It is a wash as water and as mild and as pure which is applied to this diseased portion of the skin Mrs Frances Richmond of Milton Trimble county Kentucky writes My little girls lingers were sore to the bone from Eczema I used part of the sample bottle of D D D Prescription received from you and now they are well It is a wonderful skin remedyWe investigated this D D D Prescription before recommending our neighbors and patrons and a long experience we are more than ever convinced of its woderful merits R E McRoberts Lancaster You neednt decide now but call at our store anyway and we will show you how this D D D Prescription gives relief from itch 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 sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 4 1lyr 1 I I Office treated IdisappointedA that DrShoop sensitive I psoriasis iscure kindred disEas- es discovered wintergreen Prescription diseased almost after instant eating especially 31 al atGM thi t tha h i- to t Wanted Representative in Lancasteraud vi cinity to look after renewals and in crease subscription list of a prominent month ly magazine on a salary and commission basis Experience desirable but not neces sary Good opportunity for right person Publisher Box 59 station 0 New York 3t PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my place five miles West of Lancaster at Ip m on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 07 the following property One 3yearold work mule 1 mule 2 brood mares 1 good jersey milk cow 1 heifer 2 wean ling calves 1 lot of fat hogs lot of corn in crib 1 twohorse wagon 1 spring wagon 1 break cart 1 good disc harrow 1 tooth harrow 1 twohorse plow 1 new hill side plow 2 double shovel plows 1 walking cultivator 1 new riding cultivator 1 three horse plow 1 new DeEring Binder 1 mower 1 hay rake 1 roller 1 corn crusher 1 hay frame 1 sled 1 hog box 1 good zinc water trough 50 good locust posts lot of household and kitchen furniture and a lot of other things too numerous too mention also 10 extra nice meat hogs Terms make known on dayof A M Bourne Auct W I CLARK Will also sell a solid cherry side boad of the oldtime pattern Address yearling saleCapt lOLE TAR Suds Prassts Pus A CITY ORCHARD Good Results One Man Obtained Few Trees years ago I was called upon by agent who persuaded me to plant a few fruit trees in my garden writes a correspondent of Farm and Home Skeptical as I was as to whether they would thrive I at last consented get a dozen consisting of two cherry five plum four apples and one pear- I set them out in rows about 20 feet apart the apple trees 20 feet in the row and between them a plum or This left 10 feet between the but as space was not plentiful I had to economize The soil was a clay loam formerly old pasture and the drainage was good the garden sloping to the east Before setting I cut back the roots and also cut about onethird of the top back to some of the est buds The trees were set in holes the roots being carefully spread out and covered with rich sur face soil after which a shovelful of manure was put around and the rest of the soil replaced The garden was then made up around the trees gooseberry and cur rant slips were set between them and beans peas and other shallow vegetables were planted the soil being well manured The trees grew luxuriantly some of them making 2 to 3 feet and each season since they have continued to grow strong and stocky They have been pruned each by removal of crooked and surplus branches and the shortening of some of the more vigorous ones but no se vere cutting out has been necessary The trees began to bear two years setting and the past season a splendid crop Aside from the financial results of this investment the pleasure received and the gaineu cannot be counted in dollars and cents Propagating Raspberries When the newgrowth tips of black cap raspberries begin to bend toward the ground new plants can be easily started Bend down and bury each tip a few inches beneath the ground holding it in place by pegs a stone or the weight of a little heapedup soil says Farm Journal Most of the tips if not distubed will take and form nice plants by next at which time the parent canes can be severed a few inches from the new plants and the latter can then be dug up and set out wherever desired When the Stomach Heart ney nerves get weak then these always fail Dont drug the stom 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 surely worth this simple test R E McRoberts WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more WAS miffTIME Evansville Ind writes five years I was troubled with kidney and bladderaffections which caused memuch pain and worry I lost flesh and wasall run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was the first bottle gave me great relief and after the second bottte I WM entirely TWO Sic AID LM C C J E Stormes PILES relief frra I I I Ian t 1cherry broken rooted year- S after produced ma ion roots spring- t or Kid organs each Restorativetablets FOLEYS CURE B S 1204 N St recommended- and SIZES If J 1 fro stron uprigt info Virginia taking IL1 A11 REDlY IMt t ksSMagt 0 fruit and TRFF fP1all1tai Shrub Grape Vines Everything far Orchard GardenLawn Asparagus Ve have 110 agents CatwJoKu- eII F SONS LEXINGTON KY CARD FROM LEADING DRUGGISTS Liberal Offer to Treat Worst Case of Catarrh To the Editor We haze such an unusual to make to your readers one that be of the greatest value to them we hope you will give this letter prominent location For some time we have had an opportunity to watch the results following the use of Hyomei a treat ment for catarrh that cures bjr without any stomach dosing The have been so remarkable tintwe feel justified in making apublic offer to treat the worst cass of catarrh with the understanding that if llyomei does not cure it wlH cost absolutely nothing People who have spent a great deal of money with catarrh special ists deriving but little benefit hays seen almost immediate good results from the use of Hyomei and con tinued treatment with this remedy has resulted in a complete sad cure The complete Hyomei outfit costs only 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vestpock et a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Should this not ba enough for a cure extra bottles o Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and we guarantee the treatment will cost nothing unless it cures Very truly yours R E McRoberts Druggist Eat What You Like Dont Starve or Diet but use Miona Cure Your Stomach Troughs The average treatment of stomach troubles consists of a rigid diet list which often hall starves the patient Of cocrse it would be foolish for any one who knows that some foods are positively harmful and poisonous to continue eating them even while the Miona treatment but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it is not necessary to starve or diet i 3Hona is faithfully used a tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the cure of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and ens the organs so that they are able to digest any food that is eaten fear of distress If you suffer from loss of appetite belching oJ gases sour taste in the mouth fur red tongue severe pains in the of the stomach depression ot spirits bad dreams lack of energy a stomach cough offensive breath headaches back aches loss of strength and weight you can be as sured that these troubles are all du o imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by a Miona tablet before each and soon you will gain in weight strength will return and your food will give nourishment so that the rich red blood will carry good health to every part of the system We have so muck confidence in the power of Miona to cure troubles and resulting ills that we give a guarantee with every 50 tent box to refund the money cures Cough Caution Never positivelynever poison your longs Ifyou coush ttveu from a simple tutu only you should always heal soothe and i j irritated tubes Dont bliiiilly suppress it with zstupefying poison how sonin things finally come about Fortwenty years l r Shoop has constantly people not to take cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or AiiJ now a litho late though Congres says the label if poisons in your Cough Mixture l lIereaftorforthisveryreasoninothers and others should insist on having Dr Shoopd Couch Cure Xo poison mark on Dr Shoopa labels inthe medicine eke it must bo on the label And its not only safe but ic is said to be by those that know itbest a truly re markable coush remedy Take no chance then particularly with your children Insist on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Compare carefully the Dr Shoop package with others and note the difference 2 o poison marks theret You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CureR E McROBERTS AM CURE THE LUNCS twill medicated air absouteJr remember and following strength- is region meat unless- it R E McRoberts Druggist the bronchial Put Goody non KILLTHECOUCH e appBrataem liILLESaL1 Eli k 4 oar breathing results lasting without taking stomach Its sumgu warn iton are bylaw WiTH DisciII New FOR cOLDS PSICK lie Beth k Telel fen 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 AlL TllllOAT AND UIIIGDIUKES SIT0 OBEY POSTED e GUARAXTEED MEFQMDED Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood Andersoa W S W G Mrs Gill W T PD W J Gitlispie Worrel- v