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LANCASTER KY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 fl HE R CORDr SrEINTn YEAR NUJlfBSl 1 CENTRAL E rHErE1 Buggies I Buggies I I I Buggies I I Buggies 1IBuggies 5 I Buggies BIILic It JIICRI I HASELDEN jEIotbelS JlW u j I Uncle III Burdock was at the Fair early this morning trying to pick a winner among the romping ponies lIe wagered on the wrong one every time however and finally left for home dejected and dead broke and saying he was going to lay his corn Recruit and come again Uncle III I r hy LOWELL Miss Ida Mae Hurt began school at this place Monday Mr Ed Hurt of Winchester is with his parents for a few days Miss Alice Treadway began school at Walkiccton last Monday week Mr and Mrs J M Meadows spent Sunday with Mr Crit Cricillus of Ilyattsville j Miss Laura Gay and Mr Othnile Henderson married last week to of their friends I Mrs Belle Henderson who has been visiting her sister Mrs Mona Dunn of Danville for several weeks has return homeMr Howe and family o f Duncannon visited relatives here and attended the marriage of his sister Mrs Ida Napier to Mr Jim Lee Mrs Nannie Daily and daughter Miss I t r t t f i I I the surprise Jaily Newland of Kansas City have returned to their home after spending several weeks with her father Mr John Ilardin Fine Trip To Atlantic City Daniel M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles Ky who has mana ed number of delightful pleasure tours has arranged a splendid trip to Atlan entire week will be spent at Atlantic City besides three days of sightseeing in Washington and Philadelphia Cost of 13 days trip including R II fare meals and lodging at tirst class hotels etc only 3975 from Mr Bowmar will personally con duct party For booklets and details address Daniel M Bowmar Versailles Ky tf leaving Lexington Great Slaughter Sale OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE I must get rid of my Spring and Summer goods in order to make room for my immense Fall Stock which will arrive about August the Tenth Manufactures COST Greatest Bargains ever offered to the buying public Let us dress you for the Fair We will dress you cor rectly and save you money We have just received a new shipment of hot weather shirts in all the new est patterns Swell Line of Neckwear Just Opened It will pay you to see us before buying your outfit for theFair Positively goods charged during this Great Slaughter Sale LOGAN t II I Clothi ngSh o s Hats Fumishi ngGoods AT I n t T f I BA GAINS k r urls- tw A rt a M l r 4 ILi Wl t Of fcocal Interest The of the Christian Church will meet with Mrs Susan Anderson Tuesday evening Quick Service Call at Henry Duncans during the fair for a shave or hair cut as he has experienced help and can give the best and quickest service The Lancaster Fair July 18 1020 promises to be the best one held In the county There are already ISO show horses in town Everybody we hear from is coming to the Fair Dinner by Zimmer on the fair ground Eat at these tables where every convenience and comfort Is pro vided instead of lugging out a cold lunch The price of a regular dinner at these tables is very tf No Latch Strings The doors of our homes arc open and some oil the hinges this week There are no latch strings as everything is open to our visitors during the fair We are going to put on a clean shirt have our shoes shined and talk horse talk Good for Teachers The teachers will be gratified to learn that the per capita on pupils for the year ending June 30 1007 is 3 30 which has ever been and very properly so as teachers have have been doing much hard and valuable work on smaller salaries than they deserve Big Damages Asked George and Edgar Chad well and Zeke Payne through their attorneys Messrs Rothwell Herndon Swine broad have filed suit against the Louis yule Nashville Railroad for ten thousand dollars each for injuries suffered by being struck by a train at the Richmond crossing some time last May Special Train to Lancaster Fair The L and X will run a special train from Paris to Lancaster each day dur ing the Lancaster Fair The train leaves Paris at S0f each morning pass ing Winchester at 855 Richmond at 045 and arriving at Lancaster at 1055 The rate will be one fare plus twenty live cents fir the round trip Return ing train will leave Lancaster at f oclock Dates July IS IS 20 Another Sale Hughes and Swinebroad sold Mr D D Geigers residence on Water Street to Mr II Patterson who lately opened a Dry Goods Store in this city He and family are welcomed as permanent residents WThe many friends of Mrs Geiger will regret to learn that they will locate in Hunting ton W Va where Mr Geiger has embanked in business Best wishes for their success and happiness will attend them Blue Ribbons for Garrard The following of our citizens were a warded premiums at the fair A B Brown mule colt T B Walker premium and certificate mare mule 1 year and under 2 W B Burton got the blue tie with his fine sorrel geld ing Echo as the best harness horse over 4 years old also the best high act ing harness gelding The competition was strong and Echo is considered by horse men as one of the very best geldings in the country Police Court City marshals Beaziey and Herron are making the way of the so hard that few violators of law are to be found They bring them in and Judge Armstrong and attorney Davidson do the rest Spence Royston colored was tried again Monday charged with unlawful sale of whisky and fined 100 and 10 days at work He failed to appear though he was under a good bond of 100 Alfred Hood and Lizzie Elmore colored were fined 25 each for Breach of the Peace Hats off to Senator Farris Although attorneys Williams Wal ker and Saulley deserve much credit for their splendid work gaining the case against the school book company by which 10000 will be paid to the school fund of Garrard county the fact should not be ignored that Sena tor G T Farris was the first one to call the attention of the school Superin tendent to the fact that the Company was liable on its bond for selling text books at a lower price in another State than they did here This is feather in the Senators cap the people feel grate ful to him King This celebrated educated horse to Dr D B Boyd of South Carolina will be on at the fair this week We are convinced from the press notices that we have seen that Be is one of the marvels of the age His seem to come from a process of reasoning rather than to result from any sign or cue He adds subtracts multiplies spells and reads so that the people are amazed issert he has human intelligence We regret that we cannot give more pace to this wonderful animal but not hesitate to say that all who see him will get than the worth of their money I I barber shop The Fair small than It J rand Stanford transgressor in k another and Phoroah performances an wed prayer nieeting is larger Z IC already bob belonging Columbia exhibition accurately that more The Christian Aid Society will meet with Mrs Emma Kauilman Saturday afternoon Now that the fair is at hand it behooves us to give our visitors a ivcl come hand holding our county up to that high standard of hospitality for which it has always been famous The Baptist church has been sup plied with and modenn pews which are made on the latest and most improved plans and cause the church to have a much more beautiful appearance Save Some Wheat The Commissioner of agriculture will hold a Farmers Institute here in September or October when premiums will be given for best farm products and farmers should save some of their best wheat Attention Democrats A mass meeting will be held at time court house in Lancaster Monday the 23rd court day for the purpose of endorsing the ollicial career and can didacy of lion Jas B McCreary for United State Senator Meeting to order at oclock p m W G Coach Chum Democratic County Committee 2t A Mistake We heard a young man remark last week that The world owes me a liv ing It is hoped for that young mans good that hell get the notion out of his head Its a mistake a grave mistake lie never entertained a more loolish nor one which will bring him a smaller measure of respect The world owes the young man noth lug but instead he owes the world and society an active noble manhood a steady honest energy which will en able him to associate with decent men and women in a true manliness of character that will make his friend ship valuable and his presence and companionship desired The truly in telligent activity and this young man should contribute to societys welfare the grace which comes through study toil and honest thought IlYATTSVlLLE E T Pierce sold a cow and calf for 35 Mrs John Farra visited her mother last week Wood Burnside was in Danville SaturdayMiss West has been very ill for several days Alex Gibbs attended the fair at Richmond Wednesday Mr Patrick Donahue of Lebanon is visiting his brothers has been in the for a few lays Protracted meeting will begin at the 4th Sunday Mrs Duncan Goodloe entertained a a few relatives Thursday Miss Susie Wingate of Danville vis ited Miss Goodloe last week Rev Beard preached at the home of Mrs Stouts Sunday evening Sam Denny of Shelby City is spend ing a with his parents Mr Ollie Wallace Jr of Washing ton D C is visiting homefolks Mrs Mahan of Williaimburg is visit ing the family of Mr A G Ballou Mr W D Barker of Ruthedge Ga is visiting the family of W T Conn J B Brewer Jr of Lebnaon is visiting his cousins Brewer and Iliatt Miss Virginia Goodloe and mother visited In Boyle last Friday ann Satur dayMr and Mrs Geo Rubinson have been visiting her nuther Mrs J II WestMiss Lizzie Leigh accompained by Arthur Mahan spent Friday in Paint LickMiss Helen Miles of Buckeye began teaching school at Point last MondayMrs Hiatt is conlined to her room and suffering very much wiLl a sore eye Mrs Jim Layton of Cincinnati was the guest of Mrs Jack Hiatt Wednes day evening Miss Willy B Pierce visited Mrs Steve Hill at McCreary and attended the meeting at Antioch Mrs Hugnes Aldridge and little daughter have returned to their home in Stanford after a three weeks visit to her mother of this place Mesdames Chas Ballou and Joe Burnside attended the fair at Wednesday Mrs Ballou got first prize on chocolate cake STONE Born to the wife of Silas Matthews on the 6th twit girls Miss Edna Scott began school at Scotts the second with a large attend once Mrs J A Wise of Smiths Trove will visit her brother I M Crutchfield the latter part of the week Miss Flora Witey Mable and Lula Crutchfield visited Miss Maud Saturday night and Sunday Protracted meeting will begin at Mt Hebron on Monday night after the fourth Sunday in July Rev J I Willis will assist in meeting new and mountains few days Layton Ston y Richmond t 1 called idea happiness Jon Wages Fairview Mitch the s Uncle Sam who is a regular subscriber of the Record sees the of the Fair at Lancaster and will be on hand every day Get In The Habit Of Visiting The 1 Joseph Mercantile Co Annual Summer Sale IS WOW OXT For Genuiue Bargains Come To Us Fake Sales The Joseph announcement 11 lOur No Mer antileI COMP ANY Fr ct s- s I I I L R L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G I EARlS i Office over I store Danville r Wm Herndon Den D Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store O1 CHRIS Dentist et- Herndon J A Beaziey Undertaker I Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock j Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone ill I o n 727 always Y M J 4s kM Wanted WHEAT CORN arid HAY Get my prices before I have the quality and my prices arc right Take advantage of the hot weather prices And stock your coal it will be higher later I handle all kinds of Feed and Field Seeds Salt in 5 and 7 bushel barrels and 100 lbs sacks Billards ObsliskFlour in barrels and half barrels BANKS HUDSON YOUR account is now due and we need the money V BEST PAINT VALUE Covers Looks Wears Longest 357 Measure Always Uniform McRoberts TEAA variety specially blended for Iced Tea Fresh Groceries of all kinds at Davidsons T ellI I I I fWLWJrNLVvr Vt AA 1 I I I i JriJjflliM lviost Most Economical ruin Best t DrugStore JlffflUglfl I 1 I I IS Ii S SI I 1 i i you J Q Q Q Q I MOUNT EL1N Y4Q4 Q4 QQ4000rQQ E E o SOLD BY QQ Q 0 04 000QQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQ QQQ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50JOOO Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Vice Prest- S C DENNY J FRoblnson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamlD Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson E Stormes i S C Denny a Cashier John YE WILL Keep Your Money Safe e Solicit Your Business c CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Jfj SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Eighth District Press League Lancaster KyTnly 18 1906 Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings an Goings by Those Wz Are In S A Walker was in Louisville several last week Mr Wade Bush of St Louis is relatives here Mr Dave Geiger was at home tins week for a few days Mr M C Doty is visiting the home folks for a few weeks S D and J M Rothwell have been attending Olympian Springs Miss Edna Mason has returned from a visit to friends in Stanford Mrs John Ballard has returned from several days visit in Louisville Col J M Logan and son Cosby of New York are attending the fair Miss Alice Maddox of Eminence Is the guest of Miss Allie Arnold MissMary Frazier has been visiting Miss Dorothy Jewell of Wilmore Miss Angie Kinnaird has returned from a visit to friends in Stanford Coleman Lee of London is with Frank Marksbury during the Fair Miss Margaret Shugars isassisting as clerk in Logan Dry Goods Store Mr Jacob Joseph has retui ned from two weeks stay at Dripping Springs Miss Mamie Ballard of Bryantsville is visiting Miss Margaret Mr and Mrs Alex West visited Mr James Dudderar and family last week Mrs Rice and baby of are visiting Mrs Carry David son Mr and Mrs T J Cherry of head are visiting Mr R II Batson and wife Rice of Louisville is visiting Mrs II A B Marksbury and family Misses Mattie Mae and Lillie Leavell of Bryantsvllle are with Miss Allie Arnold Mr George Berry and wife of are guests of Mr and Mrs R II Batson Mr and Mrs T G Moren of London are visiting Dr and Mrs Wlters during the fair Miss Clara Cooper and Miss Jennie Lynn of Stanford are with Miss Angie Kiunaird Mrs A II Rice of Louisville is the guest of her mother Mrs II A B MarksburyMr has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond Mr Adolph Joseph of Peru Indiana is here to take in the fair and see the home folks Mrs Morris Ludley of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Hill Miss Mary Noel of Danville Is guest of Mrs J M Hiatt and will tend the fair Mrs Margaret Buford of New York City is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Cot Hall Anderson of McKinney has been visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett C C McRoberts of La Grange and R B Elkin of Middlesboro are here witn relatives Miss Lonise Kaullman has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond and Hustonville The Record will be greatly obliged if those having visitors will send their names to the office Mr Hugh Hemphill and wife of Nicholasvhle are with Mr Will Arnold and family Mrs Mary Frisbie and daughter Gladys of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs J W Miller and Bessie Anderson Rev and Mrs W D Wellburn and children of Burgin have been Garrard friends Miss Virginia King of Buena is expected this week to make a visit to Miss Allie Arnold Mrs Alex Wesf returned from a visit to her Mrs C F Den man Nicholasville Mrs Eites of Crab Orchard ii visiting her aunt Miss Mattie Estes and attending the fair Mrs Jackson McNees of burg is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs J Hemphill Mr and wife Mr R G Price and wife of Danville are visit ing Mrs Mattie P Frisbie Mrs Charles Richardson ante child men of visiting her 1 1 z as days visit- Ing Tomlin n Z T Richmond d Mrs Dulph Lex- Ington Lexington visiting Vista J r t oBrb daughter Mattie Shar William Price Lexington are heat =sister Mrs C Robinson Dr and Mrs J M Staughton of Mid letown Ohio are guests of her moth Mrs II A B Marksbury Mr Henry Arnold and family of are visiting Mrs Arnolds mother Mrs Belle Austin Mrs W E of Birmingham is spending the summer with her parents Capt Doty and wife Mrs Herbert Price and Miss Mary Lackey are again with MrsD M Lack ey after a visit to Stanford relatives Mr Ed Sweeney wife and children and Miss Katharine Hood of Junction Curare the of Miss Emma Hood Mr and Mrs R E pretty little daughter Margaret of Louis ville are visiting Mr J W Miller and family Mrs Dunn and children who been visiting her sister Mrs John Ballard have returned to their home in Mexico Mrs Cyrus Eison entertained a few friends last Monday evening in honor of her visitor Mrs Annie Philips of Tresno Cal Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird returned from a pleas nt visit to sister Mrs Ross Burnside of Barbourville Nicholasvillc Cor Louisville Times Mrs Perry West Misses Susan Bt and Farnces May Miles are near Lancaster Lexington Richard Beazley of Lancaster has returned after a short visit to his sister Mrs II T Brown of East Maxwell Katherine Wells of Junction City Elizabeth Best of Lexington and Katherine King of cab Orchard are guests of Miss Battle Walker Burn side this week Mr and Mrs J A Whetsel and Florence and John of South Me Alester Indian Territory have return ed to their home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Ball and friends Mr Cyrus Eason has returned from a few days stay in Mercer county where he has been looking after the interests of his farm near Vanarsdell and while and disposed of his wheat The ball given Tuesday evening by the Cotillion Club at the Armory Hall was one of the most delightful social affair of the season Strikingly were the toilets of the young ladies Smitties orchestra of furnished excelent music Many out of town visitors were present and the evening was one of great enjoyment Messrs Cordelia Callaway and Mar tha Ranev have retnrned to their home at Eminence after a pleasant visit to Miss Margaret Walker They were highly entertained while here by Mrs Woods Walker Miss Estill Miss Isabelle Walker and Miss Margaret Walker also gave a swell re caption on Thursday evening in their honor and much regret was expressed at their departure One the prerttiest compliments that can be offered to a debutante is to entertain in her honor Monday evening when fashionable society accepted the invitation of Mrs R E McRoberts to meet one of our loveliest and most charming debutantes Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts Mrs Me Roberts had a galaxy of attractive girls in the receiving line The decorations were very handsome and house thronged with a brilliant The refreshments served were delightful The evening will be remembered by the guests as one of reat pleasure Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous gun inventor placed his gun before a commute of judges he stated its carrying power to be much below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of the trial was therefore a great surprise instead of disappointment It is the same with the manufacturers of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but prefer to let the users make the state ment What they do claim is that it will positively cure diarrhola dysen teryf pains in the stomach and bowels and has never been known to For sale by R E McRoberts The relia ble druggist at Lancaster 1m When words fail to express a woman g contempt for a man he enjoys a peace Bowel Complaint In Children During the summer months chit dren are subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the unnatural looseness of the bowels appears The best medicine in use for bowel is Chamberluins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as it promptly controls any unnatural looseness of the bowels For sale by R E McRob erts the reliable druggist at Some women try to attract attention by trying to look miserable A Hard Lot of troubles to contend with spirngfrom a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their prop er Dr Kings New Life Pills the pleasantest and most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 25c at 1m i J r Paris Harden guests ITnghes and J X have have their ford visit- Ing HeraldMr home streetMiss children they thresaed handsome Cincinnati Walker of company moments 1 first complaint 1 Lancaster action with B drug I v r tai E bcRAberta afore XwkN a RECENT FINNISH REFORMS Many That Have Been Projected Still Uncertain of Con summation Many reforms have been projected by the present extraordinary diet of the Finnish estates and It is really difficult in the chaotic condition of to eves venture a guess as to which will ultimately be adopted Foremost among the demands of tho hour is that Philander enjoying the confidence or his countrymen should be appointed minister secretary for the grand duchy In coniormity with the provisions of the fundamental laws ot the country It is argued that the retaining of a Russian official in charge of this very important post can only lead to serious complications in the diet and create a feeling of unrest which can serve no good purpose The removal of other Russians who are believed to be inteiested in fomenting misunderstandings is another demand by those interested in the future 61 the Finnish people As for the probable attitude of the diet in regard to the reform of the representation it may be taken for granted that rinks of the houses will oppose the abolition of the four system This amounts to a negation of self on the part of the nobles who will not hesitate to renounce their hereditary political privilege and also on the part of the clergy In all four houses there is a constitutional majority especially large in the house of nobles where only about a dozen members out of couple of hundred may be belonging to the party which for want of a better name may be de scribed as the adherents of the old senate In the house of burgesses there is only one of this persuasion But even these are that there is no longer any risk in being so and they will not oppose tilt reforms A NEW ARTIFICIAL FUEL Combination of Petroleum and Peat That Is Pressed Into Brick Innumerable inventors have drawn upon their knowledge of chemistry in the effort to produce a lucl which would compete with coal in efficiency if not in price Not a great many years ago a prize was offered for a method of solidifying petroleum or petroleum to such forms that it could be carried in fire boxes The research tints stimulated resulted in the patenting of several fuels among which was one combining petroleum and peat Attar the peat is raised from the bog by a dredger it is put into a disintegrator and all the roots and coarse material are removed It is then put into a press where it 13 reduced from SO to 40 per cent water It then passes through another disin tegrator after which lime is added to further dry it The mixture is to a drier after which petrol cum mixed with bituminous pitch 13 added and the whole placed in a pug mill or mixing mill After a mixing it only remains to briquet the mass The calorific value of the synthetical coal made by this process is repre rented by 1300 degrees of British thermal units The very best coal has a value of only 1400 thermal units while bituminous coal has a calorific value of 12500 degrees British thermal units v FOR CONGRESS Vc rime authorized to announce JlDfiE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer comity as a can didnte to represent the Congressional District of Kentucky In Cognress to succeed lIon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce lion William Price of Boyle county as a cmuU date to the 8 Congressional District In Congress to nueceed lion G G Gilbert to tha action of time Democratic party i Buy Fair dinner now and SAVE money ZIMMERS affairs a estates considerable counted- as constitutionalists- now reducing thorough anthracite sub- Ject tickets made conveyed Fi huh represent rAA Hon William Jennings Price There are certain reforms which I would like very much tu see and to assist in the accomplish ment of these reforms I um willing to become the party candidate i if when the time for the nomination ar rives the advocates of these reforms are in control of the party WJUryant to Hon Jas K Jones on last Sunday accomplished again When an overseer has to be selected experience can rut be left out of consideration The worker who came late would if honest be too modest to assume an attitude of over those who had toiled dur lug the earlier hours Bryan in London interview of yesterday W J superiority Danville News In placing Mr Price before the voters of this district the Democrats of Bjyle county feel that they have offered a man in every respect qualified for the position and yorthy of the euthusiastic support of the Democracy of the district There is not a spot upon his private character or political record He hay been faithful and true at all times to the principles of the party having begun to wae its battles upon the stump even before lie gained his majority He was Presidential Elector for William Jennings Bryan and stumped the district for the ticket using every means at his com mand tc secure the election of the Great Nebraskan when the party was en compassed by its enemies from within and without and needed every voles in her behalf We do not believe the Democrats of this district or the country will forget their obligations to those who fought theirbattlcs in the time of direst need neither do we believe they will fail to remember those who sull ed in obscurity and refused to support the greatest nominee the party has had since Thomas Jefferson lirst promulgated the principles of Democracy It is to the men who battle on in the face of defeat without the hope of reward that the Democrats owe their allegiance and not those who desert ed in the thickest of the fray It is right and proper that now while the bright star of Destiny is shining full upon the upturned face of William Jen ninus Bryan lightening his pathway to the Presidential election in 1OS and gladdening the hearts of his friends of the past and adding warmth to their support in the future io is right and proper we say that the Democrats of this district should send to the next Cungress one who has been his friend undaunted and undismayed and for this reason if no other William Jennings Price should receive the nomination But there arc nnny other reasons why Mr Price should be so honored He is a man of eminent ability an orator and a lawyer of distinction Recog nizing his superior qualities he has twice been nominated and elected County Attorney of Boyle without opposition in either pirty lie has fully requited the trust reposed in him in the discharge of his duties in prosecuting the great corporations with the sam3 energy and skill with which he has upheld the majesty of the law when individuals hue been arraigned before the bar of justice showing neither fear nor favor He is a graduate of both the liter ary and law departments of Centre College and won the honors of a largo cass Concerning his address upon that occasion ex Governor J Proctor Knott said it was the most brilliant he had ever heard lIe has for sometime held a chair in the Law School of Central University both to the satisfaction of the trustees and the advancement of the students among whom as through out his county he is universally popular To sum up he is a nun of exemplary habits a hard student a deep thinker learned in the law and gifted with a splendid Haw of eloquence one who would be i credit to the district and an honor to his constituents He is I the ideal candidate and the most practical exponent of the reforms which public sentiment demands and now that he has entered the race carrying with him a straight Democratic record ability and determination We pre dict for him a brilliant campaign and a sweeping victory at the polls Mr Price Is a native of Garrard County and has a number of relatives there as well as a host of worm supporters who predict an over whelming majority in that county I I 1 u 1 ftAA i uu au ssrl Blue Front Store GREAT REDUCTION 1000 yds of Embroidery at Ic yd APRON GINGHAMS at 3c Fine Lawns Reduced to half price NO REMNANTS All our low cut Shoes and Mens and Boys fine Summer Dress up for the fair at the Blue Front We arc not selling outbutsclling in We are simply buying cheap and selling cheap H PATTERSONTerms Cash Wholesale and Retail 111 I I I J I I I JLI v I I I i ki d 1 II k prices f l J- w ww wwMr t A A 1x v a p I I The Sale of The White Elephant StOF V Watch for our SE60ND BIG GIRGUmR That Will be out Tiiursdsy How the news ofthe marvelous buying possibilities has spread How the people of Lancaster and for miles around have been reaping the benefits We wish to i iank you one and all for the liberal patronage you have given us We have sold Thousands of dollars worth of Dry Gcods Clothing and Shoes since we launched this greatest of all sales and have Thousands more to sell Many have asked us if we would not continue the sale for ten days as hundreds would be benefited by same that could not coma during the first ten diys We therefore have agreed to continue the sale 10 days and to give the people even greater bargains than ever before During the past 20 years the people of Lancaster and surrounding territory have helped us in building up one ofthe most successful business enterprises ever attempted in Lancaster It has been left to the people and not to us as whether our methods in distributing genuine bargains to the people are the right methods The way people have bought during this sale has convinced us that our methods must be right This therefore is an evidence that the people have placed solid confidence in our sale and have stamped it as a SEAL OF PUBLIC APPROVAL Again thanking you patronage you have given us and promising you even greater bargains than ever before we will make the last 10 days of this mighty sale days ofbargains long to be remembered Watch for our big circular that will be out Thursday or better still come to our store as seeing is aliening Come See and Save White Elephant StoreIjSt3ncaster IsZ LOOK FOR RED H t 1 Gil rI Ifor the The emst oky ITHE CANVAS FRONTr I j iii 4- r A SEAL i r 3 to be continued r 4 i j F I 2 r 4 lmr I uo J J t1- Ye the best pure Bind6r Twin6 Get our prices on i Let us sell you a Dering Binder yu have Sia it 1 MOWERJust received a car load of Wire Fence the best on the market What about a HAY RAKEwe have them A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUGGIES Old Hickory Wagons Cheap Romans Elmore Paint Paint Paint Now is the for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint The cost of applying a cheap paint is the same as a good one Do not be persuaded into using a paint claimed to be just as good as Rainbow Paint There is none just as good Rainbow paint is in a class alone is fully pro tected by a guarantee Everything used iii Painting FRISBIES DRUG STORE OR olio ofI II tim I I t d Kok 1 lr and i f A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect prcmittcd a leak in the North Sea dyke which a childs linger could have stopped to become ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth McIver of Vance boro Mo premitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery He writes Three doctors gave me up to die of lung inflammation caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my life Guar anteed best cough and cold cure at R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 1 00 Trial Bottle free nil No woman believes in saving money by buying fewer clothes Only 82 years old I am only 82 years old and dont ex pect even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get Elec trio Bitters says Mrs E II Brunson of Dublin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dyspepsia torpid liver in II lined kidneys or chronic constipation are unknown after taking Electric Bit ters a reasonable time Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist Trice 50c Itn An arried man sedom boasts that he doesnt know the meaning of fear Twenty Year Battle I was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronic piles and malignant sores until I tried Bucklens Arnica Salve which turned the tide by curing both till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Farmville Va Best for old Ulcers Cuts Burns and Wounds 25c at McRoberts druggist 1m When a woman is left a widow all the eligible men in the neighborhood want to know how much the late lamented left her Saved His Comrades Life While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin 111 was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition says Mr J E Houghland of Eldon Iowa I gave him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his life I have been engaged for ten years in immigration work and many parties to the south and west I always carry this remedy and have used itsuccessfully on many oc caslons R E McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m Public Sale If not sold privately before the 4th Monday in August 1906 I will on that day before the Court House door In the town of Lancaster at 2 oclock p in sell to the highest and best bidder my farm consisting of 36 acres of land located in Garrard Counry about one mile from the old paper mill and ad joining the lands of Si Terms of time possession will be given will be made known on day of sale This July 15th 1906 THOMPSON POIIARD Remember you will save money by buying dinner tickets before Fair Good dinner accommodation 2lMlCEl jII great I f In 1 saleand I fa th Eve o l 0 i conducted S a iL j ODD PIECES OF NEW YORK Landmarks of the Early Days Still to Be Seen About the City Of New York in its last Knicker bocker days there are still a few land marks such as the whitepillared man sion at No 7 State street Frauuces tavern at the corner of Pearl and Broad streets the old Jewish cemetery near Chatham square and a decrepit wooden handpump in Trinity place which until almost half a century ago was part of the only water system the city had writes Bertha II Smith in FourTrack News Older as a village site than Fort Am sterdam itself Is that of Greenwich vil lage Here when Hudson steered the Halfmoon through the Narrows was the Indian village of SappoUani can on a high and healthy spot by Hestavars Kill the same Mi netta brook that until late in the last century ran above ground instead of below as now across Union and squares and into the Hudson near Houston street It was the site of this Indian village that Director William Kieft selected for one of the companys bouweries or on which were about 1635 the first houses north of the fort It came to be known as the Bossen Bouserie or Farm in the Woods being two miles above the village whose outer wall followed the line of Wall street Later the was changed again to Greenwich and by the early part of the eighteenth century it was a flourishing village quite independent of the one that hugged the fort NO CHANGE IN SEASONS Weather Runs About the Same in Scotland Year In and Year Out The Glasgow is discussing the perennial question Are our sea sons changing From the reports of its correspondents the statistics pre sented and the reports as far back as they can be obtained with any reason able degree of accuracy the Glasgow Herald concludes that it is safe to an swer the question in the negative Among other things the Herald says One hears the statement that this is not like the weather of the good old itmes we had sharp and bright winter weather then But when the speakers are asked to specify the years in which the winter weather was ideal they can only say It was when we were wry young When the records are exam iced they make evident that our sea sons are behaving now just as they did in the ages that are past Great frosts and phenomenal mildness come with out any evident order of succession and it is just as difficult now as it was 200 years ago to predict whether the weather will be of the most ordinary kind or quite abnormal The diary of John Evelyn makes frequent reference to the weather of his youth and the impression one gets from reading his notes from 1C40 to 1700 is the as the records of the last halt cen tury OUR WHEAT SHOWS WELL Only Grain from America That Holds Its Own in Norway American wheat in Norway is as a promising possibility Grains and their products the most important Norwegian imports amount Jag to 20 per cent of total and are at 13000000 to 15000000 a year Rye and barley lead though there is considerable importation maize wheat and oats Wheat flour list of and meals Most of the Como from the of Russia the flours name valued a of Watered Washington farms erected Herald same indicated are the leads the flours ports southern iT iYY r- lff t and meals seem to mosti from Germany A large quantity down to the credit of Germany comes from the United States and other countricsoniul transhipped from German points Wheat flour is the only article in the list that shows or promises well for Uncle Sams land The present pros pect of a large crop indicates an oppor tunity which is pointed out as some thing that might be made much of j were American millers and cereal mer chants carefully to go over the ground The proximity of the two countries their mutual respect for each other the number of Norwegians in the United States the improved transportation facilities point to a particularly possibility of a large States cereal trade Drink More Water Free water drinking is another es sential to vitality and to the develap ment to staying power All the opera tions of the body digestion assimila tion absorption elimination of poison ous waste and so ou are carried on by means of water timid an insufficient amount of water in the system means embarrassment of every function The body of a man of average weight more than half a barrel of water and such a body needs for its proper op eration at least two quarts daily of pure water In this connection It may not be irrelevant to mention that the Japan ese soldiers whose surprising powers arc now engaging the admiration of the world consume each between two and four gallons of daily Outing Wells in the Sahara France has undertaken the task of opening up the great Sahara desert Artesian wells are being sunk and railroad and telegraph lines will be built the object being to reclaim large parts of the desert and to bring Tm buctoo and the French Congo many days nearer Paris than they are now FourTrack News Hopping from World to World Few cHildren reach the age of eight years without having worked out a of their own and their own sys tem of metaphysics A group of young sters of that age were going home from school the other day when one began to Instruct the others what to do in case of a certain crisis When the end of the world comes do you know what you want to do asked the manikin Well you want to give a little jump like this The world will slip out from under you and youll light on timeone afollowinit and be all right Theo the youngsters began practicing the sort of jump thut was necssary to give them immortality Kansas City Times No Wonder What makes Mrs Royal look so happy today Grace asked her friendShe has secured a new cook that can cook the reply Cincinnati CommercialTribune r I L I I I V larger Irway United o I I I I a coif a r e contains I water cosmology was Jesse DJaren losiraice Ageat A STANDING ARMY may be necessary to help Monarchs on their thrones but all the armies of are as chat before A TORNADO than an army is a Policy against loss by Windstorms in the The Home Insurance Co of New York The Largest The Office phone 48 Residence phone 11 Lancaster Kentucky jtheworld mostPopular It Better y i f 1 u When you are not at the fair come to the FURNITURE STORE of a J N I j S L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED M j B COLLIER Salesman We offer you fair treat ment accom that is consistent with conservative Banking withevery modat ion F CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 6tooooo 31 COY R L rGGUYN JS J B WOODS E L W C FISH ARNOLD I nWJi7rORS IIWOODS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Prompt Payments of Losses Male Friends Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and discount J H KINNAIRD General Insurance II r 1 Lon paidMondaywithout ft 7f By special arrangements with Telephone Co any one can call me Otlice Phone No 31 Residenee No 7 Bastin 1200 Lexington fiy TO Old Point Comfortjmd Return Via CHESPEAKE and OHIO RAILWAY Monday July 23 Saturday August 11 15 days limit good for stopovers in the mountains Atlantic City and other Coast Resorts 1600 Round Trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday August 2 Tickets good 15 days and permitting stopover at Washington Bal tlmore and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and coaches no change of cars Secure or write G W Barney Ot to 0 A I 1 I JOOOOOOOooOoMooo t J 0 0 000 r a a 0 OoootHtO I IpA 1J UflAJlJL WtP i f it noneooooooaoooooooGoooOoc oooooo000ooo0 0000000000000000o a area Don The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of nod luis been made under his pcr soiial supervision since its infancy 1iaf7 tCM Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgocd are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil contains neither Opium Morphine substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrh ia and It relieves Teething Troubles cures and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaTile Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of All Roads Lead to the ELKS FAIR Winchester JULY This will be their Biggest Fair Big Premiums Crowds Everything new and up to date Three days of solid fun Reduced rates on all railroads Dont forget the dates JULY 1QO6 TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut prices g We would like to explain to you the working of a system gf of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages y of water pressure This system does away with an atic g tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us i Conn Bros Lewis Y LEAYELL President JJ WALKBU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5M SURPLUS f B F HUDSON Cashier RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business SolTcited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson Drops and Soothing Syrups It nor other NarcotIc Colic Constipation r- Y1tP I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STRa YORK CITY at 2i262f Big I snrmnrmmnrnrnr rmnrrmrnrrrmrnrrmr E i E I 3 mmmmm mmmm mwmwmmmmm m wo V J Walker T M Arnold Pare- gorics is Pleasant It Wind 11- f NCW 25 26 27 s tt tt t 4stE L j toooo 7 That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We call for vour workwill M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky r KILL COUGHAM CURE THE LUNGS r Dr New Discovery Price S0cfc10tOLDS Free Trial Surest Cure for all LIB or MONEY BACK fOR O UGH Sail and Quickest and LUNG TOVB o 4 1 T THROAT I I M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD tGHS SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates the fact that it is the safest and best investment since yields a low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more soil nor better people are found than in Canard County Garrard County stands right up in the front rank as to production of hemp and tobacco The only successful breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paving the highest market price asi also for all other farm products A new bank with a stock of 00 is built We have one of the best graded schools in KentuCky the best system of water works in the State and the best system of c16 Also headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points The Belle Telephone also has a line here There is rural free delivery mail along all the pikes in the County The following will be shown by us at low prices money commission the machine for hemp being o No 1 Brick store room ou public square in Lancaster i feet frontage runs buck full length of the block Is in the best business portion of the town Can sell this property so s purchaser 7 per cent on his invest ment after payment of taxes insurance etc A bargain See us for price No J Frame cottage I rooms 3 acres of ground on rotten avenue in Lancaster acres in grass iMO 00 This property will rent for 1200 per mouth No 1 Brick storeroom aud trolling ou Diinvillu street in Lancaster Close to Public Square The storeroom is large and well light ed Dwelling portion has large 2 story hall 1 rooms and bath room above rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable at the rear of premises opening on alley Price 75000 The building alone without the ground is worth the money No S Building lots in Lancaster Can suit you in locution and price No 9 Large and commodious brick busi ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandars good cistern mid well on the premises acres of ground coal yard rand scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for it Price OiiOOO No 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten nve nile in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No A nice new frame cottage garden and lot ou Lexington street in Lancaster A tie sirable home Insight ot the Graded school anil in one of the best reiticnce sections of the City Price f3COO00 Also will exchange this property ulso Nos 11 i 12 above for farm prouertv No 15 85 acres of first class land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster A splendid now cottage also a no I good tenant house a large new barn plenty of water is on free delivery mail route within one mile of store and 2 churches and school Worth what is asked 5 X per acre No 16 71 4 l as good land as iu Garrard County Splendid Framo house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high state of cultiva tion This farm is 1 J miles from pike same distance from Bryantsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer it a limriu vestment Co 00 per acre No 17 217U acres of fine hemp and tobacco lund on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres In cultivation remainder in grass Water iu every field with creek springs and pools Sew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn t2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores ic This property Is right on pike and is well improved aud is a bargain at GoOO per acre Terms easy payments No IS 38 acres of laud and nice 5 room 1 miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly In grass acres in tobacco this year As an invest ment this property dill rent for 10 1rlce 220000 No 19 107 acres of land in Garrard County III the Paint Lick section About 1 mile from pike small frame house and other out build lugs 1 stock and tobacco barn 35 acres of land on which there is 100 fine sugar maples 23 acres In grass balance in cultiva Lion wateicd by never failing springs and ponds Price 2000 per acre No 20 45 acres of land close to town on good pike well improved good residence and barn and out buildings is a nice home Will sell worth the money Beo us for price No 21 331 acres of flue hemp and tobacco land In Garrard County only 3 miles from Len I to net j 1 13 I I cottage I per cent timbered I acres S I S 1 L I several S b caster runs right along the pike is near an other Dike Splendid stock farm About 100 acres iu cultivation balance in grass 2 brick dwelling new stock barn and other Is well watered Parties wanting this much land will do well to look at this it can be divided into smaller farms to suit 2 or a purchasers 0250 per acre NO 22 242 acres of good and fertile land right on Danville pike 2 miles from town house new barn and other out buildings Plenty of water good fencing will raise hemp and tobacco This farm can be divided so as to wake 2 good farms pike 0250 per acre No S3 1 1A story frame cottage of 6 rooms and 2 acres of land just outside the City limits of Lancaster has full benefits of the town without the payment of town taxes A bargain 120000No21 A ferns of U0 Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never failing water farme house 7 rooms largcjstock barn and 2 to bacco barns tenant house G miles from Lan caster 7000 per acre No 27 365 acres of as good land as in Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Can be divided lute 2 of 3 hums Will sell all ro a portion to anyone buyer See iu for price No 29 C7 acres ol well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches t school Splendid water cistern well at house All Iu cultivation Good fruit 7000 yer acres No SO A two story brick residence and 5 of ground iu Kirksville Ky There is also a number one good store room on this property The place has plenty of water and a good orchard The entire property will bo sold together This Is a good opportunity for a man who desires to go into business iu good business place See us for price No 51 121 acres of laud 4 miles from Lancaster 4 room frame house good stock barn dairy and other out buildings 73 of the laud in grass watered by never lolling springs and pools fi well of mineral water at the house fencing good The farm is cheap at the price 4500 per acre Possession Sept 1st If you want this come at once as it wilisell No 32 A rich farm of 375 acres 1 miles from town cud j mile from Lexington pike on a good rood which will soon be wade a turnpike For sale ou easy terms at a low price Near good school in good neighborhood Land will grow hemp tobacco cud any other crops abundantly See us for further particulars and price NoSJ 113 acres on pike 2J miles from Lancaster 100 acres in corn C acres iu tobac acres in wheat balance in grass good frame C room house mid other outbuildings 6 acre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced terms 5000 per acre No 31 192 acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered SO acres iu grass 2 miles from Bryantsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 35 71 acres on pike 3 miles of Lance ter land In corn hemp and meadow Small frame house nod outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Seeus for price KoSG 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster In high state of cnltfvatlon one of the best frame houses In Garrard hemp and tobacco land well fenced and wat er in abundance Ask us about this one and for price No 69 acres of land on pike adjoin ing No 35 above 8 room residence good barn nail out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in corn balance in grass will sell at a bargain or wilt sell In connection with No 35 above making a farm of 140 acres with two residences Look at this and ask for priceOther property for sale and exchange List your property we would like to show YOU our contract r d stor outbuildings fronting on acresin County acres coO 2 us goo Grad icy Clint with ra Herndon PianosOrgaosewiDgMachinos and Musical Lancaster Kentucky I U Sheet Music Instruments Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Eikins House Haselden Bros To save money on Harness see Haselden Bros Coal salt hay and corn for sale Special inducements these wanting car load My imi to is full weight or measure and IQOcts worth for weigh after and be cunvinded Phone 140 J A Jones tf The Volo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received Haselden Drug Store There is but one Rubcroid I Haselden Bros The Kentucky Supply Co can furnish you with show wagons Fresh vegetables every week Currey Herndon Bring your orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf Fresh light bread every day at Zim mers tf Fresh cakes baked every day at Zim mers J tf Our Ice Cream Soda is icious Try a ii Kim J Remember you get a splendid meal at Zimmers on the fair grounds for less than it costs you to prepare your lunch Family dinner tickets at low price sor the fair at Zimmers tf For Sale A cottage well improved with i acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept Zimmer will buy all the spring chick ens you will bring in and pay you highest market price tf The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf J C Ribinson Bring me your Butter this week as you come to the fair II M Balhu It We are exclusive agents for Lowneys Fine Box Candy We keep their full assortment and fresh Frisbies Drug Store tf We handle the celebrated Lowneys candies and receive fresh stock few days Xi turners tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson SATE A good Rubber Tire Lhaeton Mrs Dorcus Walker I can furnish you with what you want to eat II M Ballou It Fancy white saddles and bridles for you at Kv Supply Co Danville im Do not fall to stop at II M Ballous store and he can tell you where to buy good groceries For the Public Good If you want a good cup of coffee try our Yale Brand Phone 8i It S A Walker Dent fail to get family meal tickets for the fair as we will save you money and trouble and give class service in every way Dimmers tf Freshest and cheapest groceries in town at Walkers tf 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo Robinson tf Wanted spring chickens Highest market price for all you will hring tf Zimmers Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Important Notice When our representative calls with your account please be ready to settle as we need the monev Please remember that there is expense attached to sending out a collector and dont require him to call the second time Haselden Bros The examination for scholar ship to A M Collgoe of Kentucky will be held at office of County Supt July 15 16 The white teachers examination for county certificated will be held at office of county Supt July 20 21 The colored teachers examination for county certificates will be held once of county Supt July 27 28 Ask your mail man to bring what you want from Ky Supply Co Danville Ky 1111 Entire New Stock I have an entire new stock of groceries etc and there is not one article pf old in my house Call and see Everything fresh new and clean patronage is appreciated Phnoe 83 S A Walker I The Volo is sold and guaranteed by J C Robinson tf I For rockbotton prices on groceries see S A Walker tf 500 bushels seed rye for sale pure Sweeney Morgan Want You to Know I want you to know that I exclusive sale of Hot coal called East Tennessee semi not sparkle like other m fed coal You want your house this as Prices have already advance andwlll continue to from now on Phone me or call at my office tf J A Jones You will always find in my stock the latest novelties in china and Queens ware Walker tf Try Black Bear nut coal for it is thee best It Is the cheapest you for 9L25 140 J A Joues r y t Paint 100 Brtts Ice Crean Water atlVF1isbies We sell it yourfair del glass Drug- Store U Groom I Lancaster C Foe K with him For Sale Absolutely have e Cann es pop and flue early SA cook InK get = an C td i e Soda S sins can always J ever a season F 10 bushels i t j Miss Julia Reid having returned to Lancaster to live will behind to see her old friends and patrons at her room with Mrs J D Gulley where she will resume her work of tf Ward pays cash for eggs and dont growl about it 2t Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera rpope anti limber neck quickly cured by llx It or it costs you nothing Ask your local druggist Price tf It iMcHoberts For Sale or Rent Cottage fi rooms on Stanford street Possession given at once tf Mis Clara llettls Notice to Chickenraisers Rx Ill44 cures chicken cholera roup Lim herneck and gapes Price 50 cents no cure no by 11 E Me RobertsDruggist tf Hogs For Sale A lot of sows and pigs for sale Sound and all right arid will sell at right price Sweeney Morgan If We are headquarters wtr everything one else Frisbics Diug Store If I will pay highest for your country hams Want some at once W H Ward 2t Roberts to care chickencholera roup and limberneck Price r0 cents iSTo cure no pay R E Mclloberts tf Horse goods of all kinds such as Hoots Blankets Sheets Fancy halters at Ky Supply Co Dan villa Ky im See my candy case II M Ballou Last week in or near Lancaster a plain gold bracelet Return to this office and receive reward tf Coal Coal Coal get my prices on coal before you buy Bunks Hudson 1 second hand surrey in good A bargln See Haseldeu I will be prepared to sell your all kinds fruits and vegetables during lean interest you in prices on coal and wheat Banks Hudson I have plenty nice fruits cakes candies at the same stand It II M Ballou Sales Sales Sales Ward has the greatest of all 21 New goods arrived at Thompson the Jeweler tf Wanted Housekeeper In family of only two Must recommended Good wages and position to right person Ap ply to F J V Central Record otllce Bring me your frying chickens 2t WH Ward Nobby Hats and Full Shirts We will have a full up to date Nobby Hats anti full Dress Shirts fur the Fair and good dressers to call and see thein We are he ad quarlest for good dressers Hemuhill West Come on with your watches and clucks Good work at reasonable ratesI 1 P Thompson a On the 23rd of July county court day before the court house dour at eleven oclock will sell to the hlglr est bidder 10 shares of Citizens Nat Zonal Bank Stock also one Mason safe which can be seen at Mount Elkin Hardware store Terms cash- J T Higginbotham Admr 2b of Hitch at The Fair 1 have secured the feed and hitching priviledges at the Lancaster Fair and will give personal attention to taking care of your horses Plenty of good fsesh water and first class feed horses under good shade 2t S D Turner SENSATIONAL EXHIBITION Woman Will be Shot Out of a Can non Into MidAir From a Ballon at the Great Danville Fair A woman will be placed in mouth of a giant cannon heavily charged with blasting powder the cannon will be carried hundreds of feet into the air by an immense balloon and discharged at the cloud line This female freak of the human family will be whirled through mid air for several miles when she will land upon ter restial firmness by means of a para chute that will be placed in the cat non with her This exhibition startling and impossible as it may seem will positively take place at 2 oclock on the second day of the great Danville fair Secretary Bright has just completed arrangements a heavy expense to have this sensational metropolitan come to Danville and thrill the multitudes which will gather from the surrounding country upon the foregoing date The woman aeronaut will be loaded into the cannon in plain view of the spectators the ascension will be made from the fair grounds and when at the proper distance above the earth the cannon will be discharged in the dir ection of Perry vllle As soon as the discharge has been made a great crowd of the curious aside from officers of the fair will start out to bring the women into town The discharge will point where it can be eas Jljr witnessed by all of Danville and a large portion of Boyle county Besides this big exposition there will be a balloon ascension from the fairgrounds each day at 9 oclock which alone will attract great crowds Other new and startling attractin will be annomcca later Reuierhbei the August 1 2 and 3 3t Ill uaranteed youbetter 1t Lost For Sale condition or the fair W II Ward come permanent tr want Il For Sale J M IIig inbot ham All attraction eat o tFf 4 L dressmaking Oafs nrlrket price oldnice Bro 26 Dress 1S S th dates p f s A FAMOUS REMEDY 1 cured MY couijli German Synip I He wrote to Dr G G Green An as true as I tell yon doctor dear Im feelin liner than ever Ive been I qThe consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment disease mani fests its presence he should be given Bo schees German Syrup a holic medicine that specially for the cure consumption and wide fame as a certain for catarrh colds sort throat aml all bronchial affections in old and tilt Is sold in all civilized countries and has heen famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century QTrial bottle 250 bottle 75C At all druggists throughout the world For mile by il U JIcltobertH Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Crab Concencrateil fater PRICE 50c R E McRobcrts druggist has the ex lusivc agency for this water in Kentucky Writes C C Water Co CKAR ORCHARD KY SOMETHING NEW different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any oye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach j medicine No j medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was ell abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and i was practically given up to die Foleys was reccmmended and alter taking the second bottle I wai inUrely cured TWO Sic AID Sue SOLD AND CECOMMENDEI IT For sale by C C T E with liege a Lancaster S iUCO v iiLASSYls andentirel nearsightedand FOLEY S KIDNEYCURE a DIE writes five Irun a year ago had to and the first bottle gave me Brandt h- How rstctntgRn v c o ore r ors great relief SIZES f Storm