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SEtEXTEEXTlI YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 27 1906 ft THEt NUB17 t I e i CENTRAL RECORD r w j Buggies I j I 5 B II f- tI GEl S III i 1Buggis I n 1Bu gi 3I81100108 g ii llICSj I I a A S r D ENcSitn Troiher J t y r t ryey fF y f i e hlingnle- srJ IIIr lif8- I f y 6i7 t t SSi This offlce is indebted to Mr J F Hill for a basket of nice apples on Fair grounds a gold pin Owner can get same by describing it and paying for this no tice Elder Warren will preach at the Christian Church next Sunday as Eli Tinder is holding a meeting at Bethel near Carlisle Capt 1 A Doty says Unit he will be compelled to use hatchets in cutting his corn on Ins farm near Point Leavell as the stalks are too large to be cut with knife Throught the a special in vitation is extended to all members of the W C T U to be present at 3 p m Saturday afternoon as there is business of vital unimportance to each member Liberal Reward Lost on second day of the fair a silk umbrella pearl and silver handle with name Mrs W A Eubanks Fin der will please return to this office and receive reward Withdrawal lion W J Price has withdrawn from the race for Congress on account of ill health lIe Had a strong following and everybody hopes that he will soon be in good health again The announcement of Mr Ilenly V Bastin for the Legislature appears in this issue lIe is a very worthy man and the country would be better off if everybody would agree with him on a law and order platform and abandon the use of whisky and money in elec Court Day The crowd Monday was not large and but littlestock was on the market Politics was freely discussed lion Ilarey Helm was the only announced candidate for congress here it being impossible for Judge Hughes to be on the ground lion J 1 Hamilton who still thinks of entering the race since Mr Price withdrew made a speech in which he reviewed his long and successful work for the Democrat ic party and allegiance to Gov Mc Creiry for 23 years and we fully state that his party could not well dispense with his services Mr Helm followed in a speech urging his claims and re erring to his long party service Both speakers were heard by an atten Live audience I acorn Lions I Found OZ Thursday it cord A small farm of 20 or 25 acres Hughes Swmcbroad At press hour we hear of the death of Mrs Frank J White a most worthy and estimable lady Full mention of her life will appear in next issue Attention Democrats A mass meeting will be held at the court house in Lancaster Monday the 23rd court day for the purpose of endorsing the official career and of lion Jas B McCreary for United State Senator Meeting to order at 2 oclock p m W Q Gooch Chin Democratic County Committee 2t The remains of John M Palmer were buried in Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and friends appropriate funeral Serzices being held by Eld F M Tinder He was 77 years old and one of our nest popular and influential citizens being a strict member of the Christian church He raised severalchildren who are fill tag importantand useful places on life A Rememerance The W C T U Library was the recipi ent of 2 handsome volumes from Mr J M Logan of New York To read one of these volumes Paths to Power wounld be worth the years member ship fee Though a long ways from home deeply engrossed in business home interests were not forgotten and his substantial remembrance of our Library is appreciated by every mem ber of the Union and the Heading club Fine Trip To Atlantic City Daniel M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles Ky who his manag ed number of delightful pleasure tours has arranged a splendid trip to Allan tic City via the C 0 Railway leav lug Lexington Thursday Aug 2d An entire week will be spent at Atlantic City besides of sightseeing in Washington and Philadelphia Cost of 13days trip including R R fare meals and lodging at lirst class hotels etc only 3975 from Lexing ton Mr Bowmar will personally con duct party For booklets and details address Daniel M Bowmar Versailles Ky tf Wanted See Obituary called Obituary C candidacy S threc days aughter Sale 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 Clothing Sho6satsFurnishingGoods Manufactures COST Greatest Bargains ever offered to the buying public Let us dress you for the Fair We will dress you cor reedy 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 no goods charged during this Great Slaughter Sale H T LOGAN r Tu re GAINS i HAl Gr6 t OF II I AT 1 7 r ci z i 1r r 414 4 a Of feocal Interest Lancaster Fair a Complete Success Large Attendance Everybody Satisfied The Garrard Fair ed by very large crowds and the show of stock was better than any year the ullicers of the associa tion whose names we cannot give in full were attentive to the wants of the people W B Burton sold his fine hiijfe Echo for SlOOO The grounds are o beautiful and the Lancaster Fair Is so popular that it has been suggested that we make a light for the state Fair The Sheriffs force and the police force were on duty but perfect order prevailed not a single arrest being made at the Fair ground or in the city We are indebted to secretary R L Elkin aujd assistant Fraud Marksbury for the premium ist which follsws Mule Class Best snare coltunder 1 year E II Uhandlc 1st Jas Woods 2nd Best horse colt under 1 A B Brown Sr Lancaster Best mare one year old and under two T B Walker Lancaster 1st and tad Best horse one year and under two Jas Woods Stan ford 1st and 2nd Best mare two year old and under three Harris and Woods Stanford Premium Best mare and colt colt at side Jas Woods Stanford 1st E II Chandler Buckeye 2ndSaddle Horses Best boy rider twelve years Saddle value Carl Acton Lancaster 1st Julian Anderson Lancaster 2nd Best colt under one year old J R Beazley Lincoln 1st A W Kavanaugh Garrard 2nd Best mare or gelding one year old and under two Vanarsdale and Bus ter Mercer 1st Dr Harkaday Madison mare or gelding two year old and undr three Chas Dunn 1st Edleti and Lucas Mercer 2ndBest mare or gelding three year old and under four Mac Hughes Boyle 1st J L Crenshaw 2nd Best phaeton pony mate or any age 15 hands and unUer J L Urenshaw Falmouth 1st I C James Mercer and Harness Class Best pair of mares or geldings any age Crenshaw and Lucas Mercer 1st C C Harris Lexington 2nd Best stallion three year and under four Vanardalc and Buster Mercer 1st J D CrenshaTv Falmouth 2nd Best mare or gelding three years old C C Cecil Boyle 1st Robt Walker Richmond 2nd Best rcckaway mare or gelding any age R D Moore Lancaster 1st A W Smith Boyle 2nd Best mare or gelding any age Mat Cohen 1st J F Crenshaw 2nd Best stallion any age L D Baker Springfield 1st I C James Mercer 2nd Heat Race best three in livemules Jon McWiiliams Madison 1st Hall Ray 2nd Jacks Best jack 2 year old and under 3 Geo B Robinson IS M B Eubanbs Lincoln 2nd Best jack 3 year old and under 4 W II Duderan Lincoln 1st W L Noel Garrard 2nd Best jack and two of his mule colts W L Noel Garrard Premium Best jack any age M B Eubanks Lincoln 1st Geo B Robinson Garrard 2ndBest mare mule 3 years old and over W II Hester Lincoln 1st Logan Hub ble Lincoln 2nd Best horse mule 3 year old and over W H Hester Lincotn Premium Best mule any age T B Walker 1st and 2nd Best pair mules any age regardless of sex or color Logan Rubble Lincoln 1st T B Walker city 2nd Harness Class Best gelding 4 years old and over C C Harris Lexington 1st W B Bur tor 2nd Best colt either sex under one year old J D Rides and sons Lincoln 1st J R Beazley Lincoln 2nd Best mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 Edlen and Lucas Premium Best mare or gelding 2 year old under 3 Edlen and Lucas Mercer 1st Cbas Dunn Madison 2nd Best Stallion 1 year old and under 2 Clayton Sanders Midison1 Premium Best fancy turnout horse Mac Hughes Boyle 1st M G Weisiger Boyle 2nd Saddle Best stallion 3 year old and under 4 E L Doty 1st Sandidge and Powell 2nd Best stallion 4 year old and Boggs and Sandidge 1st Mac Hughes 2ndv Best mare or gelding any age W B Burton 1st C C Harris 2nd Best mare or old and under 4 Robt Walker 1st C P Cecil 2ndBest harness stallion 4 year old Robt Walker 1st L D Baker 2d Best contrast pair Beazley 1st Dan C Elkin 2nd Best saddle stallion or gelding any age 100 to first to second and to third Brock Bros 1st Best stallion 2 year and under 3 Ed McCarty 1st JT Crenshaw 2nd Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 Ueo B Robinson 1st Clayton Sanders 2nd Best stallion 2 year old and under 3 I I I was attend Pre dent constantly vear Premium 2ndBest Richmond falmouth Gal rard tingle year and- over J R 35 15 jTS 7i county preceding f gelding over geldings mare r s Mack Hughs 1st Vanarsdale and Bus ter 2nd Best 4 year old and over C T Sandidge 1st J F Crenshaw 2nd Shutland Ponies Best mare or gelniijg any age M M Walls 1st Mat Cahen 2nd Best mare or gelding any age shown in harness Edlin and Lucas 1st Dan C Elkin 2nd lest age shown in Dan C Elkin 1st Edlin and Lucas 2nd Horses Best stallion mare or gelding any age Robt Walker 1st Brock Bros 2nd Best pair any age regardless of sex or color C P Cecil 1st I C James 2nd Best decorated poncy turnout driven by boy or girl Pony under 14 hands Dui C Elkin 1st B II Irvine 2nd Best walking mare or gelding age S M Owens 1st D S Logan 2nd Harness Best mare 4 year old and over r F Crenshaw 1st Edlin and Lucas 2nd Best gelding 4 year old and over Brock Bros 1st Mack Hughes 2nd Best pair any age regardless of sex or color C C Harris 1st Crenshaw and Lucas 2nd Best stallion any age Mack Hughes 1st Boggs Sand diro 2nd Saddle Best stallion mare or gelding any age W M Walls 1st Mat cohen 2nd I C James 3rd To The Voters Of Garrard County- I desire to announce myself as a car dilate for the next legislature to sue ceed the lion S D Cochran subject t the action of the Republican Party Among the great needs of the nt day are Law Anti Legislation and Better Facilities and I pledge snare any pre 5 and rder S Moon Educational stallion harness any myself to support such measures a will bring about these results 1 full ermore pledge myself not to usemonev or whiskey in the intrest of my eke tion Soliciting the support of all citizens of Garrard County who believe that the best interest of our State arc to b achieved slung these lines I nni Rw pectfully Yours Henley V Bastln Mass Meeting An cntuusastie meeting of the den ocrats o Garrard county was held jt the Monday to indorse the candidacy of lion James B Mi Creary W G Gooch chairman of the democratic Committee called the meeting to order lion R II Tomlin son was chosen as premanent chair man and J Wade Walker as secretary Mr Tomlinson explained the object o the meeting and paid a high tribute to Governor McCreary which SenatorGeorge T Farris tin resolutions which were unanimously adoptedWe undersigned Democrats ol Garrard County in convention assem bledResolve 1 That we heartily approve the course of James B Mc Creary who now represents the Sinti of Kentucky in the United State Senate at Wasnington D C He h our neighbor and we have known hin for years both as a citizen and a ollicial lIe has filled many places ot honor and trust with credit to him self and honor to his constituent and b untiring labor in the interest o his constituents and his country lit has endeared himself to his people ammo with all those with whom he in hit ollicial capaciy has been associated lie is a man of sterling worth of tIll highest integrity and thoroughly ver sed in the intricacies of State ammo National legislation and we heartillj indorse him in himself to that high honorable posi tion of United State Senator And that Kentucky in honoring hin will honor herself as well Resolved 2 That we use all of ou means power to secure his no initiation in November 1900 am pledge him our earnest support to further his amb secure him the nominatioi which he so richly deserves Resolved 3 That committees be pointed in each precinct in Gaaran County for lookiug after the inter est of said Hon James B McCreary a said election November 1906 R H Tomlinson chm J Wade Walker Secy A meeting of the members and stocl holders of Lake Placid Fishing Clot is called for Tuesday evening Augus 7th at 730 p m in Police Room Important busines is to be transacts and all members requested to t present F P Frisbie Sect 2t after offered liis in our thatwe tionsand al Notice i courthouse his ambition to succeed enthusiastic Court are a Gooc Letter One of the visitors to Lancaster during fair week was Thomas A Knight of Lexington publisher of Country Estates of the Blue Grass and who is at present writing a history of The Kentucky Horse Incidentally as staff photographer of the Kentucky Farmer and Breeder Mr Knight took a number of photographs which will appear later in the paper he re presentsReferring to his visit he said I have visited a good many places in and out of Kentucky but I will have to take oil my hat to Lancaster and give her the blue ribbon for hospitality In fact I was completely carried out of myself For three days I myself to an enjoyment which I have not experienced in twenty live years The utter abandon with which you good people threw all care to the winds your good nature through enjoyment of all the nice things you had to offer was so genuine and whole willed and in fact so contagious that the stranger found he found out that he was there to participate in all the pleasures and earning these things he became one f your great big family and entered into the spirit of your home life with is much earnestness as he had here to fore devoted to business And how it grew on me I believe if I had stayed in Lancaster a few hours longer I would have written wIne for my trunk As it was I uicint been at the fair more than iilf an hour before I found mvself arried out of myself before I had for otten all about the object of my trip tncl was participating in all the feat ires of thou fair with as much zest as hough I had been born and raised in Garrard county Why I actually found my self riding in the flying dutchman getting my rortune told eating peanuts and drink ng circus lemonade Later I capped he climax of mv enjoyment by up a freckled face lad of ten and flitting him through his paces We knight red candy wo purchased col iipsuble toy bolloon we saw the wild iinn and we had our fortunes told little boy finally sug sted in a rather timid way that he muted to ride horse back on the lying dutchman dignity went to the our winds and 1 was soon cavorting through atmosphere forgetful of but the fact that I was having tie time of mv life As fur the fair itself I have only the vurmest words of praise Everything vas conducted in a clever systematic nanner and so fat as 1 know there vas not one hitch in the entire pro ram The exhibits were excellent various rings were ire horses and from every point of view the fair was unquestionably a success abandoned was not a nd when the I i ri Sa CHRIS FARIS stringer looking every- Thing lie well iil1 divith Treat tz rti rn Gt aJ a Dentist Office over Thompous store at Ross bought a bunch of shoats last week at Cic Rev A J Pike filled his appointment at Freedom last Sunday- Mr J II Prewitt sold to R Duerson a nice bunch of shoats at ale Mr Joe Ross weighed to HughGayley last Monday 50 hogs 250 lbs at file Mr and Mrs Mortis Turner of 3iadl son visited at Mr Joe Rosss last Sun dayMrs Zack Simpson has returned from Indiana where she has been visiting friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Hugh Goley and daugh ter Miss Hattie of Madison visited at Mr Joe Rosss and attended the fair atLancasterUncle Ross one of Garrards former citizens and one of the oldest men in the neighborhood is here on a visit to his children Mrs Marilda D wife of Jer ome Layton Died at her home near here on C inst and was burried the 7th at the family burying grounds Mrs Layton was an excellent good Christian woman and will be greatly missed by her husband and chit dren She leaves a host of Relatives and friends to mourn her loss yet it is sweet to know that their loss is her great gain J A Beazley Undertaker NINA lr Joe A Layton trterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 t L DAVIDSON Attorney At law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business WmHerndon non D Herndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store f R Ail J1 to iM Get lii The Habit Of The Joseph Mercantile fu Our Aunual Summer Sale IS NOW ON For Genuine Bargains Game To Us ii No Fake Sales r The Joseph Mercantile J COMPANY 1t J q Visiting Co V Wanted WHEAT CORN and HAY Get my prices before you sell j I have the quality and my prices are right I Take advantage of the hot weather prices And stock your coal it will be higher later I handle all kinds of Feed Field Seeds Salt in 5 and 7 bushel barrels and 100 Ibs sacks Ballards ObeliskFlour in barrels and half barrels BANKS HUDSON YOURaccount is now due and we need the money BEST PAINT VALUE p jg fe fj 89p ft r 1I I find 1Jn 1JnV1Vfl1J I I I I i MOUNT ixX x X 0 r 1 iIuJtMAruuLmmJww J u ELIN Covers Most Looks Best Vcars Longest VlrIrwwrs1e l Measure Always Uniform Most Economical Full H fi f 55 jg g H H 3 gf H gf g g Drug Store 1 0Dr x TEA Iced Tea I of all kinds at IDavidsODS X YX X SOLD B- YMcRoberts a o000o m o formFresh Groceries Q e Q THE National Of LancaSter Capital 50000 Surplus 1O000 A R DENNY Presidet J E STORMEs Vice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTOU- SSaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson S C Denny 2 Bank Robinson Asst John EStormes i WE WILL Keep Your Money Safe I I We Solicit Your Business C W t 0 xti fi CENTRAL RECORD Isslued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at Vie Post Office in SecondClats Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky July 27 1906 FOR CONGRESS Ve are authorized to nnnouncc JUDGE HUGHES of Mercer county iiclute to represent the Kiehth Congressional District of Kentucky ill Cogurcss to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the uctiou of the Democratic We are authorized to announce HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the cratic party The announcement of lion ITarvcy Iclm for congress appears elsewhere this He made a strong race two years ago and made warm friends all user the District Lincoln county in the Legislature in a highly acceptable manner and has served his people faithfully as couny attorney Being highly educated learned in the law a good and very popular he will have strong following Hon Lilard II Carter of Lawrence burg candidate for Attorney General was here during the fair He is excel lint material for the office being fully competent in every sense and well and favorably known his election is good Gossip About N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In Robert Whittiker of Kansas is h re on a visit Master James Rowth was a visitor here last week Miss Ella Mae Sanders of Stanford attended the fair Mr Hall of St Louis is with Mr Bradley Johnston Mr Frank Cowherd of Louisville is with relatives here Miss Coleman of Lexington is Miss May Davis Misses Cotton of Danville are visit ng Miss Lena Rigney E C Walden of the Interior Journal made us a call Monday Miss Alice Walker who has been quite ill has recovered Miss VanSickle of Danville is Miss Lucy Gregory Mr Horace Bohon of Harrodsburg was a visitor at the fair Mr John Orand of Waco Texas is visiting relatives here Mrs Josiah McCulley is a guest of Mrs Ida Amon this week Mr and Mrs J W Tate of Brodhead attended the fair last week Mr Mike Smith of London has been visiting Miss Lizzie Brown Mr C N Smith and family of attended the fair here Dr Jonas Gilbert of Sharpsburg was a visitor here last week Mr Ansil George of Bristol Tenn has been visiting friends here Miss Helen Thurmond of Burnside is visiting Mrs U D Simpson Miss Mary Harris of Richmond is visiting Miss Tommie Francis of Ford is her sisters Misses Shugars Miss Mary Lackey is in Richmond visiting Miss Margaret Miller Miss Amon Adkins of Lincoln is visiting Dr and Mrs J A Amon Mrs W 0 Dunlap and baby Eugenia are visiting friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs Herbert Price have re turned to their home in Danville Miss of Stanford has been visiting Miss Noreen Henry of Stanford was a visitor at the fair the past week Miss Minnie B Smiley of Lexington Visited Mrs R E Embry last week Miss Margaret Miller of d has been visiting Mrs D M Lackey Mr John Mount is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J R Mount William West left Monday to take the trip with the Press Association Mr R E Henry who was visiting here returned Monday to Somerset Mrs Jerry Respess and children have returned from Dripping Springs Harrs of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs Sim And rson Mr E K HIggins a popular millinery drummer was a visitor here last week Miss Lennis Farra of has been visiting Mrs Fannie Farrs Messrs William Price and R G Price of Danville were vistors here Monday Mrs Theodore ofLouisville Is visiting Mrs WR Cook Mrs Scoffer and Mrs William ris of Paris attended the lair c f t Lancaster XV a Mail and JOHN call party ill issue a bcin fir visiting visiting Danville Mrs Jonas Rucker visit- Ing Polly Traylur J N Menefee Mss Dove ton Wlntersmtth i f jtft J r tv ass De demo ch e0Ple I Jr Bich Lexin Tar n led crat mot last 4 a MisS Blanche Hamilton of Nicholas villa has been the guest of Mrs A D Robert Elkin of Middlesboro is with his parents Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Mrs M F Thompson of Lexington has been the guest of Mrs Fannie Mrs Theodore Wintersmith was en tertained by Misses Sallie and Mattie Mr Bridwell representative of Ky Drill Co was a visitor here during the fair Dr A Jacksop McNees and wife have returned to their home in Pleat ureville Miss Josephine Warren of Stanford is the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Mr and Mrs J T Denton of Lexing ton were with Mrs V A Lear during the fair Ed Collier of Memphis Tenn is with his parents Mr James Collier and wife Mrs Ed Minor and daughter Miss Lora of Louisville are guests of rela ives here Mr Chenault Elmore of Memphis is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs J W Elmore Messers Roy Land and Lee Hart of Lexington attended the fair here last week Mr and Mrs Hugh Hemphil of Nicholasville attended the fair here last week Miss Annie Herndon and Mrs B D Oerndon are spending a week at Drip ping Springs Mr Everett Farra and family of Nicliolasvill laic been visiting Mrs Fannie Farra Mrs Mollie Swope and Mrs William Moberly of Knoxville are visiting relatives here Green Clay Walker of Memphis Tennr is visiting his mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mr Otter Jones who has been here has returned to his home in Knoxville Tenn Mr and Mrs II B Arnold and of Paris spent last week with Mrs Belle Austin Interior Journal Miss Sara Baugb with Miss Edna Mason during the Lancaster fair William Cjllier of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs James Collier Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Floyd Swope has returned from a visit to his grand mother Mrs of Knoxville Miss Jennie Burnside who has been visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson has to Bryantsville Mrs Mollie Johnston Hardin of is visiting Miss Nell Johnston and Mrs Belle Burnside W T Short and wife of Richmond spent several days with Mr and Mrs Powell the past week Miss Elizabeth Adams Messers Jack and Willis Adams of Mt Vernon have been with relatives here Mr and Mrs Shugars and son W K of Brodhead is visiting the family of Mr William Shugars Miss Bessie Short of Richmond has returned home several days visit to May and Annie Powell Misses Sallie B Woods and Rucker of Paint Lick have been guests of Miss Helen Patterson Miss Elizabeth Jones of Winchester and Miss Susan Doty of Richmond have been visiting Mrs Jake Robinson Mr Ed Sweeney wife and children and Miss Kate Hood of Junction City have been visiting Miss Emma Hood Mr and Mrs D D Geiger and child ren and Mrs F H Walker leave next week for Huntington WVa to reside MrsHoldam Mrs Livingston Miss Ida Holdam and Mr Will Brooks of Crab Orchardattended the fair Fri day Lexington Elizabeth Anderson of Lancaster is visiting Mr and Mrs Enoch Grehan on East Main street Mr Wade Bush will return to St gladtoI there Mrs Lindsey and daughter Miss of Decatur III has I I Mr and Mrs John Hopper and of Charleston W have been visiting Miss Jane Hopper and Mr John Hopper Miss Marguerite Kinnaird and An nell Tomlinson are in Richmond their uncle Mr John Marta at the Gljrndon Hotel London cor Louisville Times Miss Ella Pearl will leave Thursday for a weeks visit to relatives in Gar rard and Rockcastle counties Miss Josephine Hudson of Danville Misses Mary Higgins Mary Mc of Stanford are attractive guests of MUsLettie Mae McRoberts Mr Ed Norris wife and children Miss Lee Prather and Mr Chenault of Richmond visited the family of Mir Jack Adams during the Mr Louis Tinder and Mug Berate e c week Ford Farra Elkin visit- Ing children Mollie- S vope returned London C D W K LeaderMiss I Ella Lendsay SolonHenrychild- ren Va visiting talc J minis after Chaste add Roberts Duncan y x the his fair call ter 4 to to Jhie Lear left for Ilustonville Tues day to attend the party given by the Misses Baughmans and will take in the fair Messrs Tom Anderson and T A Elkin are attending Olympian Springs Messrs W G Kemper J C Hemphill and J W Elmore bought handsome fixtures in Cincineatl for the Gar rard Bank and Trust Company Mr and Mrs Avery McMurry of North Carolina and Mrs Chas Tudor of Texas Home Coming Visitors were guests of Mrs J A Anions during fair Mr and Mrs Frank Y Pumphiey of Somerset are receiving congratula the arrival of a little sor James Garner Pumpurey who was born July 13 1JOO Mr A R Elkin of Louisville visited old home here and attended the lie made this ollice a pleasant and his old friends gave him a hearty welcome Middlesboro Moss is spending several weeks in the guest of her grandmother Mrs R N Moss R N Moss of Lan caster Ky visited his son B F Moss this week Among the Somerset visitors to the Garrard county fair Brinkley Margaret Sallee Mary Roberts W F Tomlinson Prof J M P Thatcher Richard Pettus and lector Tartar Miss Lou Cox daughterof Mr ard Mrs Henry Cox was married last nasday evening to Mr Arch D Preachersville Rev B G Xelstn performed the ceremony The bride ii a very popular and attractive young woman The groom is an and popular young farmer Miss Mamie Bastin gave a reception Tuesday afternoon from to G oclock in honor of her attractive guest Miss Elsie Ramsey of Mont icello The rooms were beautifully decorated for the occasion Elegant refreshments were served Miss Bas tin is one of our popular debutantes and proved a most charming hostess Editor Louis Landram who has been closely in the otlice for tie past three years with rest is at Crab Orchard Springs The public has little conception of the laborious duties in a country printing office and the fact that Mr Landram has kept in the harness so lung a nervous breakdown is a surprise his friends Miss Jewell Spoonamore entertained at her home Maple view at Hubble Tuesday evening There were more than 75 guests Lancaster Stanford Somerset and Danville being represented The long avenue leading to the beautiful Spoonamore residence was most beauti fully bedeked with Japanes lanterns Refreshments were served and enjoyed the occasion very much Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Conviction When Maxim the famous gun inven tor placed his gun before a committee judges he stated its carrying power be much below what h 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 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy They do not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but prefer to let the users make the What they do claim is that it will positively cure diarrhola pains in the stomach and bowels and has never been known to For sale by R E McRoberts The druggist at Lancaster 1m lions Over RecordFannie were Miss Estelle Co I wed Stevens- of industrious delightful con ned absolutely- no without delightfully present everyone Chamberlains statement reliable Lancat dysentery tai fn aTiyyrri i mr We have the best pure Sisal Binder Twine Get our prices on it Let us sell you a Deering Binder i 3 I 1 j MOWERJust received a car load of Zokomo Wire Fence the best on the market What about a HAY RAKEhave them A GREAT BARGAIN IN BUGGIES Old Hickory Wagons Cheap Romans Elrnore Call at my store and have your PICTURE ENLARGED For every 5OQ worth of goods bought at my store for CASH we will have your Picture Enlarged If you have no picture we will have one made for you Free Ask for ticket J C ROBXXTSOXT J B COLLIER Salesman Prompt Payments of Losses Make LODE Frienis Fire oocured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and paidMonday without discount J H KINNAIRD General Insurancespecial arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 OR V we iI I i I I I J II I J All r wa i FREEBy JiI6I A e TTU i tt tisfm Blue Front Store GREAT REDUCTION 1000 gds of Embroidery at 16 yd APRON GINGHAMS at 3c Fine Lawns Reduced to half price NO REMNANTS All our jpw cut Shoes and Mens and Boys fine Summer Clothing at your own price Dress up for the fair at the Blue Front We are not sellingoutlmt selling in We are simply buying cheap and selling cheap H PATTERSONTerms Cash Wholesale and Retail III III I I II II I I t A Vi i rV risioalli tr Alttt tell II R s N h 1 r y s v1i wtdr fxy III GREAT DANVILLEg it r f tI eo I J J WALKER PrestV1e ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Isoooo SURPLUS io B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt arid Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Paint Paint Paint Now is the thn2 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 and is fully pro tected by a guarantee Everything used in Painting DRUG STORE E L Woods Irest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED A 1 1 I 1 I I fRI I II r i ailstaa i f A A I I Al 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 net Elec tric Bitters says Mrs E IT Brunson j 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 flamed kidneys or chronic constipation j are unknown after taking Electric a reasonable time Guaranteed by i McRoberts druggist 50c 1m Any woman is pretty presentable over the telephone j Bowel Complaint in Children During the summer months chil dren are subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appears The best medicine in use for bowel com plaint is Chainberluins 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 Lancas ter Investment is dignified gambling A Hard Lot of troubles to content spirng from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their prop er action with Dr Kings New Life Pills the pleasantest and most effective cure for Constipation They prevent Appendicitis and tone up the system 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m I The wise father makes no boasts about his child Twenty Year Battle j 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 In the lottery of love every bride groom thinks be holds the capital prize A Tragic Finish A watchmans neglect premitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke which a childs finger could have stopped to become a ruinous break devastating an entire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclver of Vance boro Mo premitted a little togo unnoticed until a tragic finish was only to die of lung inflammation caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my life best cough and cold cure at RT3 McRoberts dug store 50c and 8100 Trial Bottle free 1m I I I I I I i i i u I II averted New Discovery He writes Three Bittern Price 4 with 4 4 cold by Dr Kings I doctors gave me up Guaranteed r GARDEN QUACK GRASS DESTROYER HomeMade Device Which Will root the Troublesome Pest of the Farmer Once it is allowed to infest thor the right kind of soil few weed pests are more dillicult to eradicate than quack grass An ordinary culti valor will make little impression on it and about the only thing that can be done anyway is to cover the roots up and smother them out This is a slow process however Hence the advisability of an implement such as is shown in the accompanying picture Into the Up- toughly constructing HOMEMADE QUACK GRASS DE f STllOYER- ihead of it which consists of hard wood and is six inches square and si long are inserted at regular dis tances apart 12 steel teeth each one inch square at the top and running down to a sharp point A good black smith should be able to make them as required They want to he two feet long and placed at anangle of 30 de grees with the tongue This ol course should be joined securely to the head mortising best accomplishes It and also well braced wire iron braces An old mower or rake seat should then be placed on it so that the driver can ride if he wishes and thereby force the teeth in to their full depth It is thus possible says the Prairie Farmer where soil is free from stones to tear out all lor nearly all the quack roots As they will collect on the teeth it it necessary to stop and remove them at intervals this can be readily done by lifting the implement up as one Iwould an oldfashioned hay rake ONE MAN DID After a Series of Failures He Makes a Success of Winter Culture of Vegetables A German friend of the writer who had the usual large rain i j I i practically HOW thrifty August 123 19O6 Dont Miss the Sensational Exhibition of a Woman fired from CANNON SUSPENDED IN MID AIR AT 2 p m ON SECOND DAY Animal Shows for the Children Two Big Vaudeville Shows Confetti and HokaPoka to suppy all comers Automobile Always Ready to Take You a Ride BIG PREMIUM LIST Many New and Startling Attractions Each cud Every Day Remember the Dates George P Anderson President H C Bright Secretary ISALLOO EVERY I c j i I- Uc Sr 123 190 II L C1fY X 1 1 l i AsCENS20N SAY j I I President Lawis Y LEA YELL We offer you fair treat ment with every aceom raodatiou that is consistent with conservative Banking I I i CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 800000 M COY B L ARNOLD RGGUYN J B WOODS E L WOODS I DIIQIICITORS S BURROWS II W C FISH 7 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casual ity Insurance n fly was not content to rest ana ioai during the winter months He was burdened with a heavy mortgage which went on UG5 days a year and piled up interest against the labor ol the summer He declared that he would do something to offset the mort gage fiend Visiting a large market during the winter season he saw how readily fresh vegetables found sale at handsome prices Inquiry revealed the fact that these vegetables were grown in near the town and that a handsome profit was made He con eluded to build a small greenhouse and try intensive culture under glass the next year Two hundred dollars was spent in the house and equipment and when winter blasts came the fire was start lettuce sown The plants came up quickly and started a fine growth When about half ready for the mar ket a bit of carelessness caused the house to become overheated and two thirds of the crop was lost Nothing daunted the dead plants were rooted out and another crop sown This was attacked by lice and almost destroyed before our friend knew what was the matter Fumigation was resorted to but the crop had been practically killed Thus far the results had been disastrous Our friend was working in the dark so to speak lIe was learning by experience but it was costlyHe determined to visit greenhouses of successful gardeners and learn the secrets of their success In one week he learned the simple rules regarding soil moisture heat ventilation and fumigation He returned home and made another effort This time the crop was raised not however with out troubles but it was placed on the market and netted 75 The next year the subject of greenhouse gardening was studied in greater detail and sev eral changes made The house was started early in October and kept until the first of April The sea son netted him about 500 or almost as much as be made on his farm dur irS the summer Since the first ex periment says the Ohio Farmer two larger houses have been built and the business has increased until it nets about a year The people are anxious for the products and ate willing to pay big prices for them Something Wrong When churn half an hour one day and half a day the next It Is evi dent the temperature of cream is wrong Have a dairy thermometer and use it thus preventing the of such Voice The farmer should be well edu as a citizen Foolish Clerk Druggist Our new clerk doesnt seem to have any common sense be likely to make bad breaksIs Say hed sell carbolic acid to a wiideyed lunatic he never saw before and trust him for the 7 Cleveland Plain Dealer hothouses edand go- Ing 1500 we occurrence troubleFarmers AssistantIs I j ffr the meted money s- P sfi- f CLEAN UP THE FARM Good Time of Year to Rid the Ground- of Brush and SecondGrowth Stuff This is a good time of the year to clear up any parts of the farm which may have grown up to brush or ondgrowth stuff We have been work ing for a number of years on such a piece of land on the back end of our farm write a correspondent of the Farmers Review This once had been grown thre But alter that it had been permitted to grow up small some of them live or six inches In diamni jr Along in the fall we vent at it when other work did not press and cut a strip of this timber off The largest saplings were trimmed up for wood the brush piled neatly and burned later when thoroughly sea soned cut the brush off dose to the cant and have now the of Knowing that when chopped at this season of the year little if auy sprouts will come up to trouble us Tho unite clover came In thickly where wo rut the brush off and to day we have a number of acres of eplemlld pasture where a little while before we trod only a tangle of brush briers soul small trees from which wo realized tittle or nothing In the way of profit Moal farmers have such places They do not yield a single rent of value in their present condition but might be made to bring In a hand some revenue If treated as I have suggested Wo have learned that fall Is the host time to cut such a piece of brush if cut later In winter the sprouts will almost surely spring up to trouble you and compel you In the course of a few years to do the work all over again I riot think the old rule of doing these things in the old of the moon in August amounts to anything The moon has no part in that sort of business but I do think that when the sap is up in the and the branches are well the brush is far more apt to die than when cut at any other season of tin FERTILIZERS FOR TOMATO Better Results Obtained Sometimes from Commercial or all the crops grown by the market gardener none is more generally used than tho tomato a crop that may be quite seenrally grown on nearly all soils the commercial production from soils varying all the way from light sand to heavy clay although the loam is undoubtedly the best adapted In the case of light sandy soils the irri gation must be practiced to A greater or less extent The of profitable culture of the tomato is the maintenance of a rapid steady growth The crop is a large user of water and if a heavy crop is to be obtained this drinking habit of the plant must be met The plant is also a heavy Its yield is not infrequently award tons of fruit per see all cut off clean and a piece of wheat We satisfaction matured year Ills saplings lit Fertilizers main feature liberally Seeder aft ten acre farmyard manure may be usea on this crop when grown for canning pur poses but In a longcontinued stretch of warm weather especially in western states there is danger of drying out of the soil on account of the large amount of vegetable matter incorporated with the soil The hotter plan is to substi tute for this nitrate of soda by ihe necessary mineral foods potash ana phosphoric acid As much as 200 pounds per acre of nitrate of soda can often be used at a profit upon this crop as soon as the plants are well rooted the fertilizer being well worked into the soil Previous to planting the other ingredients may be used to the extent of 400 pounds of superphos phate and 150 pounds of sulphate ot potash Kuch a mixture has not only a favorable action in increasing tho yield but also adds to flavor and color of the fruit SHORT CUTS ACROSS LOTS Sow a Convenient Fence Gate Can Be Made to Save Many a Step on the Farm I F O Sibloy suggests in Agriculturist the method here illustrated to get across lots by the shortest cut If the fence is a wire fence have in con accompanied CROSS LOTS GATE venient places a length of board fence which can be arranged as here shown The device is inexpensive and con structed in very little time yet may save a great many steps in the course of a season HOMEMADE COAL HOD How a Grocery Box May Be Made to Do as Good Service as a Store Hod The cut shows a grocery box fitted with a hoop handle and two sloping HANDY isiae which will give great satisfaction as a coal hod since the sloping sides permit the partitions coal to be shoveled up readily as the shovel can always be run under the coal along the sloping Journal t j Figure up now see where you stand dont shirk the issue Oh Whats the Usel Whats the use j i Whats the matter My rich uncle offered to give me 1000 If Id stay on the water wagon a yearWell youve stuck to It for ten months now i boardsFarm plungIngA s RM- t j Li CASTOR The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in for ovei 30 has borne the signature of 1t years and has been made under his supervision since its infancy no one to deceive you in this personal Allow All Counterfeits Imitations rand JustasgooU are 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 Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness 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 Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of but Paregoric PanaceaThe The Kind You Have Always In Use For Over 30 Years All Roads Lead to the ELKS FAIR at Winchester JULY 25 This will be their Biggest Fair Big Premiums Big Crowds Everything new and up to date Three days of solid fun Reduced rates on all railroads Dont forget the dates JULY 19O6 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 We would like to explain to you the working of a system 2of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages 2of water pressure This system does away with an atic 2tank all necessary is a Well or Cistern We will 2do the rest 2 If Interested Consult Us 3 1200 Lexington KY TO Old Point Return Via and OHIO RAILWAY Monday July 23 Saturday August 11 15 days limit good for stopovers in the mountains Atlantic City Cape May ml other Coast Resorts 1600 Round Trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday August a Tickets good 15 days and permitting stopover at Washington Bal timore and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and coaches no change of cars Secure space now For fulrlnforraatlon call on or write G W Barney D F A Lexington Ky Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STRIEIT YORK CITY o I trmmmo i i i I t that Cornhi Brosa ID NMMOOOHHNHO o I I I I I 1 J 1JV Ai1Jh1J JW IWWJWIWUTTYrKJI NEW 262 2526x27 mmmmmmmmmmmnrmmmnrrm I E is I IN- IININIIININ IIlIN1111111111111N11111i111N1111t11111 Comfort and CHI SPEAISI f e 0 uJftNW Imoortantr Notice Bx 41144 Is sold under a guarantee by BE Me Roberts to care roup and limberneck Price 50 cents No cure no pay B E McBoberts tf i 1t- 4k Notice to Chickenraisers Bx 41144 cures chicken cholera Lim berneck and gapes Price cents nb cure no guaranteed byB B life Bobert coup i I I I I M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD HUGHES 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 money yields a low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our com mission bayed on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our price To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up In the front rank as to the production of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for hemp breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paving the highest marlel price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of 50000 00 is be ing 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 electric lights headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points The Belle Telephone also has a line here There is rural free delivery of mail along all the pikes in the County The following will be shown by us at low prices A Iso Xo I Brick store room on public square in Lancaster 33 feet frontnge runs buck full length of the block Is In the best business portion of the town Cnn sell this property so as to net purchaser 7 put cent on his invest ment after payment of taxes insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 2 Frame cottage rooms 5i acres of ground avenuelu Lancaster acres in grass 1SOOOO TillS property will rent 1200 per mouth Xo 1 Prick storeroom and dwelling on Danville street in Lancaster Close to Public Square The storeroom is large and well light ed Dwelling portion has largo 2 story hull 1 rooms and bath roam above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable the rear of premises opening on alley Trice 7oOO The building alone without the is worth the money 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can you in location and price Xo 9 Large and commodious brick ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verundars good cistern and well on the premises 1 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the Louse The building on this property cost what we ask for it Price 50COCO No 11 2 new houses on Totten aye nut in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street in Lancaster siruble home In sight ot the Graded school and iu one of the best residence sections of the City Price 2COOOO Also will exchange this Nos 11 i12 above for farm prouertv Xo 15 85 acres of first class land on the pike 4 miles from Lancaster A splendid new cottage also a no 1 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 5300 per acre No 1C 74 acres as good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the term is in a high state of collie tiou 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 otTer it a fine investment CO per acre No 17 2ft 4 tobacco laud on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder iu grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools Sew 7 room frame house2 hulls 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all ueceifsary out buildings 2 H miles from Churches school stores c This property is right on pike and Is well Improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy paymentsNo 38 acres of land and nice 5 room 1 miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly in grass eral acres in tobacco this year As an lures ment this property will rent for 10 per cent Price220000 No 19 107 of land in Garrard County in the Paint Lick section About 1 mile from pike small frame house and other out 1 stock and tobacco barn 35 acres of land on which there is 100 fine sugar maples 23 acres in grass balance in cultiva tion watered by never falling springs ponds Price 2000 per acre No 20 4i 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 See us for price No 21 331 acres of fine hemp and tobacco laud in Garrard County only 3 miles from Lan That Smooth Finish r d 1 on Totteu lilt o cottage A de propertyalso acresol fiue hemp and cottage Y2 se buildings timbered I t bus 3 f acres at t r s So much desired by all men for their collars IE given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle Wr will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky KILL COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings THE WITH I II FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHSutfOLBS Pries Free Trill IOc 100dt Surest and Quickest Cure for mil THROAT and LUNG ZOUB I Lza or n q- bvs niv r P caster runs right along the pike is near Hike Splendid stock farm About 109 acres in cultivation balance in gross 2 story brick dwelling new stock barn nod other out buildings Is well watered Parties wanting this much laud will db well to look at this or it can lie divided into smaller farms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers G20 per acre so 22 242 acres of good and fertile land right on Danville pike 2 miles from town good house new barn and other out buildings Plenty of water good fencing will raise hemp and tobacco This farm curt be divided so as to make 2 good farms froutiugou pike 0250 per acre Xo 25 1 J story frame cottage of C rooms end 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 130000 Xo2l A farm of 2 0 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco laud octet failing water farme house 7 rooms large stock barn and 2 barns tenant house G miles item 7000 per acre No 27 3C5 acres of as good land as in Gar rad County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Can be divided lute 2 of 3 farms Will sell all ro a portion to buyer See us for price No 29 07 acres ol well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern it well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7000 yer acres fSo CO A two story brick residence and 5 acres of ground in Kirksville Ky There is also a number one good store room on this property The place ins plenty of water and a good orchard The entire property will be sold together This is a good opportunity for a man who desires to go into business iu a good business place See us for price No 31 1214 acres of lund 4 miles from Lancaster 4 room frame house good stock burn dairy and other out buildings a Of the laud in grass watered by never lulling springs and pools a well of mineral water at the house fencing good The farm Is cheap at the price 4500 per acre Possession Sept 1st If jou want this come at once as it will sell Xo32 A rich farm of 4 miles from town and mile from Lexington pike on a good road which will soon be made a turnpike For sale on easy terms at a low price Near good school iu good neighborhood Land will grow htmp tobacco and any other crops abundantly See us for further particulars and price NoS 143 acres on pike 2J miles from Lancaster 100 acres in corn G acres in tobac co 20 acres in wheat balance in grass good frame G room house and other outbuildings G acre tobacco burn everlasting water well feuded Easy terms 5000 per acre No 34 192 acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco fliat class improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Bryantsville G500 per acre on easy terms No 35 71 acres on pike 3 miles of Lancas ter land in corn hemp and meadow Small frame house and outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Seeus for price No 36 100 acres first class land 2 milesfrom Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses In Garrard C uuty hemp and tobacco land well fenced and in abundance Ask us about this one and for price and out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in corn balance in grass will soil at a bargain or will sell in connection with No 35 above making a farm of 140JJ acres with two residences Look at this and ask for priceOther property for sale and exchange List your property with us we would like to show YOU our contract Iistrucc STANDING ARMY may be necessary to help on their thrones but all the armies of the world are as chaff before A TORNADO Better than an army Is a Policy aiamst loss by Windstorms In Home Insurance Co of New York The Largest The most Popular Office phone 48 Residence phone 41 Lancaster Kentucky TfeMSCffEEI wmib i SURE SAFE S SPEEDY M- Z UJ U iO M RHEUMATISM CURE wwnrrf wifli NT Btttlt fa 3 ttYS AIM MM by F P FBISBIB BraciUt t another 1 tobacco Lancaster anyone 5 water adjoining Jesse OJWearen it 375 acres CSt Monarc ti- The SSSC Cola 0 Nye r UYQIMl1eUl ilf Sold Vruggiats hs e ff Business Items Mall Boxes at Mount Elkins House Paint Haseldcn Bros To save money on Harness see Haseldeu Coal salt hay and corn for sale Special inducements to thesewanting car load motto is full or measure and lOOcts worth nor 100 weigh after me and be convliidcd Phone 140 J A Jones tf The Volo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Car load of Ellwood wire fencejust received IJfns Ice Crean Soda Water at 1 tf There is but one Ruberjjid Rooting We sell it Bros Bring vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf Fresh light bread at mers Fresh cakes baked every day at Zim mers t Our Ice Cream Soda is simpl del Remember you can get a splendid meal it Zimmers on the fair grounds for less than it costs you to prepare your lunch A fl room cottage well improved with acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf J C Robinson We are exclusive agents n for Lowneys Fine Candy We keep their full assorsiri and fresh Frisbies Drugstore tf Bring me your frying chickens 2t W II Nobby Hats and Full We will have a full lineofuptio date Tfobby Hats and full IJresS Shirts for the Fair and want all dressers to call and see them are h ad quartest for good dressers West 1 second hand surrey in good A bargin See Haselden Bros I will be prepared to sell all kinds of fruits and vegetables during the fair W H Ward interest you in prices on coal and wheat Banks Hudson Sales Sales Sales Ward has the greatest 2t New goods arrived at Thompson the Jeweler tf 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo J C Robinson tf We handle the celebrated Lowneys candies and receive fresh stock every few days Zimmcrs tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson Felt SALK A good Rubber Tire Phaeton Mrs Dorcus Walker Wanted Housekeeper In family of only two Must come recommended Good wa cs and position to person ply to F J V Central Record olllce tf Come on with your watches and clucks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf Strayed Strayed from my on Danville at a black sow weighing about 175 Ibs crap of left ear return to me and reward- J W Bourne Last week in or near Lancaster a plain gold bracelet Return to this otlice and receive reward tf Coal Coal Coal get my prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson Hogs For Sale A lot of sows and pigs for sale Sound and all right and will sell at right price Sweeney Morgan We are headquarters for in the will you better value for your any one else Frisbies tf Ward pays cash for eggs and dont growl about it Coal Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated sent to Banks Hudson tf Important Notice our representative calls with your account please be ready to settle with him as we need the money Please remember that there is expense ttached to sending out a collector ind dont him to call the second time Haselden Bros The examination for scholar ship to A M Collgoe of Kentucky will held it 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 at of county Supt July 27 28 The Volo is sold and guaranteed by Robinson tf 500 bushels seed rye for sale pure I want you to I have the exclusive sale of not coal called semLCannel does notsparkle lira Ather mixed coal You want your house filled thisseason as Prices nxve already advance and will continue to now officetfTrv Black B ar nut coal for it is the best It is the cheapest you get 10 bushels fo L25 Pborfe tf y w Drug Store every lay t f DrugStore For Sate J Lancaster t always permanent right W rd Dres Shirts od e Hen For Sale condition I can of all Lost f ever thing e mot y hen Drug ore 2 Iffice J C For Sale Absolutely Sweeney Want You to K at East4Tenne see and 2 i C glut Hascid ll risbie S Zitr 1 Bo A h111C When orgun 6w k ow 1 J A i y V Vifyf t t I t ease I I MI s Julia Reid having Lancaster to live will glad to see her old friends and patrons at her room with Mrs J D Gulley wheje she will resume her work of ing tf Notice to Chicken Raisers Chicken cholera roopc and limber neck quickly cured by Kx 4 11 44 or it costs you nothing Ask your local druggist Price Wets tf R E Me Roberts For Sale or Rent Cottage 5 rooms on S bin ford street Possession given at tf Mrs Clara Bettis 1 will pay highest marketprice for your country hams Want some at once W II Waid 2D Public Sale If not sold privately before the Monday in August JjG 1 will on that day before the Court House door the town of Lancaster at 2 oclock p in sell to the highest and uusr bidder my farm of acres of land located in Garrard Coiuiry about on mile from the old paper mill and ad joining the lands of Si H liley Terms of sale anti time possession will be given will be made known on day of sale This July 15th 1005 THOMPSON POLIAHD Farm for Sale We have for sab a splendid Garrard County farm It lies on the Luxing ton pike about 3i miles from Lancas ter and contains about 235 acres 7o to 100 acres of this farm are suitable fur hemp and tobacco A part of this hemp and tobacco land has been in bluegrass for the last thirty years farm lies well and has a residence on it This is a line farm If you wish to see us about it you can rind us at the residence of 11 C Jen ningt in Lancaster Ky 1m John M Orand Lin Orand SENSATIONAL EXHIBITION Woman Will be Shot Out of a Into MidAir From a Ballon at the Great Danville Fair A woman will be placed in the mouth of a giant caution heavily charg ed with blasting powder the cannon will be carried hundreds of feet into tie 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 that will be placed in the can nun with her This exhibition startling and im possible as it may seem will ly take place at oclock on the second day of the great Danville fair Secretary Bright has just completed arrangements at a heavy expense to have this sensational metropolitan traction 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 cod when at the proper distance above the earth the cannon will be discharged in the of Perry ville As soon as the discharge has been made u great crowd of the curious aside from ollicers of the fair will start out to bring the wom n into town The discharge will be at a point where it can be eas ily 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 attractions will be announced later Remember the dates August 1 2 and 3 31 UKYANTSVILLE Mrs B F Patton has been seriously ill for several days Miss Wadelee Marit has been visiting friends at Cambellesville Miss Anna Bain of Lexington is visiting Miss Mobel Martin Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington Is visiting his brother Dr V M Elliott Miss Helen Davis of Paris is the at tractive guest of Miss Jennine Burn side Mr William Campbell of Nicholas ville visited Mr Walker Burnside last body from here attended the Lancaster fair and say that it is the best in the state Miss Susan Buford has returned to her home at Nicholasville after a visit to Mrs Harvey Dean Misses Mary Ramsey and Mildred Atchinson of Lexington are next week to visit Miss Anna Belle Higginbotham Mrs John Sparks and daughter Elizabeth Misses Mary Evans and Tommie Sandrrs of Hicholasville visited W Glass last week and attended the Lancaster fair Saturday afternoon Capt W J Hogan had the misfortune to fall from his barn breaking a bone in the left legand receiving painful injuris In the other Mr has been suffering guile a good deal Mrs W T Woolfork and daughter Margaret o f Lexington returned home Tuesday after a vsit to relatives ours Mrs Anna Lee remained for a longer visit She is now the guest of Miss Allen Bourne at McCreary 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 Houphland of Eldon Iowa I pavs him Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his life I been engaged for ten years in immigration work and ducted many parties to the south and 1 always carry remedy and have used itsuccessfully on oc casions McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancaster im l l n I to ilL ee Cannon parachute 2 a t direction weekEvery expected Miss MrsJ coo west many E 4t i I consisting till brie have this R l INDSGESTIQNS CORD c I scribe it rcjjularly is making an as a cause of sudden It is heartfailure iu its ghastly harvest CJVoit read in the pap TS daily of appar catty healthy and turn robust nun attacked with acute indigestion after enjoying meal and of their in many cases before a physician could be called in should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or attacks of unfortunate tints of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens Ilower their meals they have fallen a to such sudden jf Flower indigestion by creating good digestion It also regulates the the bloat and tones up the entire system in a natural QTwo sic and 75C All druggists For by E 3IciobertH Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand PRICE 50c R E McRoberts druggist has the ex agency for this water in Kentucky Whites C C Wafer Co ClUB ORCHARD KY TIle best rm ly I can for In madam is Grtens tt1lower I know physicians who pre awfulrecord lath yill indi wouldnot seizures ust r t Crab OrGuartl GoncfllGrated Water usive Lancaster prescribe your digestion sc erl other beating hearty This vie before Drafter war stile swRQ50 f j audentirely different from the old style in regular reading- e glasses and in nearsighted and farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior 111 every way WE GUARANTEE them and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye trottdle 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 Cures and clad der Diseases Every Form Many People Have Kidney Trouble and Not Know It HOW TO FIND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter andpurify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order ether organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and ather ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order if you are sick Foleys Kidney Euro will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons ol weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will b restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kit neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it Is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust or small particles ciout in it your kidneys are diseased and Foloy8 Kidney Cure should be taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the affected and you begin v to feel batter at It corrects slight disorders in few days and it has cured many cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After for two with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the me 2 possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney was recommended to me a and I immediately sent son to the store taking three bottles I be to get and continued to im until I was entirely well j Tw Size MHl j SILBAMRECOMHEMBEBIY For sale by C C SOMETHING NEW FOLrEY S KIDNEY CURE in the sed- Iment t parts once j a obstinat betterCurs lit0 ii s g lade cri lItlne 1 0 1rears prove itl NN 5torme 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