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THE CENTRAL RECORDSEVENTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 3 19064 NUMBER h1 I 1t rBuggies Buggies Buggies BuggisBuggila Buggies Bnwes Buggies I Buggies I- HASELDEN Brotl1ers If t k I Of fcocal Interest Mrs Pattie Gill sent us some of the finest apples of the season The Colored Fair has good prospects for a large attendance and a good show of stock Mr Jack Adams bought of T B Walker for a Jellico Coal Company a pair of mules at 350 Saturday is wedding dayand prize of 20 00 will be given to the couple who marry at the Fair grounds at 2pm I have for sale a first class gentle poney which I will sell cheap Arthur C Mahan Phone 137 G tf FoundOn Thursday on Fairgrounds a gold pin Owner can get same by describing it and paying for this no tice Master Frank Tinder showed us a cluster of four tomatoes raised by him which weighed 3 pounds and were the finest we have seen The W C T U Library will be op en from 230 to 4 oclock each Saturday afternoon Please return books be longing to the library next Saturday Dont fail to attend the Lancaster Colored Fair August 2341906 Camp Nelson Military Brass Band will fur nish the music and a large crowd is expected every day The white teachers Institute for the counties of GarrardBoyle and Lincoln will be held at Stanford on August ft to 11 All teachers are required by law to attend Mittie Dunn Supt C W B M Sarah Yancey State President of the C W B M and widow of Eld Yancy once Pastor of the Christian Church here will deliver a lecture at that church next Sunday 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 A meeting of the members and stock holders of Lake Placid Fishing Club is called for Tuesday evening August 7th at 730 p m in Police Court Room Important busines is to be transacted and all members are requested to be present F P Frisbie Secty will I I I Mrs afternoon Notice I 2t The W C T U will serve cream and cake next Saturday begining at 3 oclockln Park if weather is pretty if bad weather in Post Office In Jail On Tuesday night Jailer Ross turn ed the key on John Preston charged with killing his fartherinlaw Can Broughton that evening near Spill mans mill about 20 miles from Lancaster It is reported that Broughton acted in a manner that excuses the killing but we will not at tempt to give the facts until after the trial Prospecting- Mr J I Hamilton and wife drove over to wilmore on Monday where lie lived In childhood and it being court day they called on him for a speech which he made with his usual force speaking of his service for the demo cratic party While he has not yet announced for congress he is urged to enter the race by demo crats here and elsewhere Resolutions Whereas all the Churches of Lancas ter Garrard Co Kentucky have as sembled this Sabbath evening July 29 1906 in a union meeting and as a body of Christian Citizens we stand forCivicRighteousness and the of Law Therefore be it Re solvedThat we commend and endorse the acts of Govenor J C W Beckham in his earnest endeavor to more rigidly enforce the laws of the State in his endeavor to close the saloons on Sun day and the observance of the Sabbath as a holy day B M Nelson In charge of union service Fine Trip To Atlantic City Daniel M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles Ky who has number of delightful pleasure tours has arranged a splendid trip to Atlan tic City via the C O Railway leav lug Lexington Thursday Aug 2d An entire week will be spent at Atlantic City besides three days of sightseeing in Washington and Philadelphia Cost of 13days trip including R R fare meals and lodging at first class hotels tc only 3975 from Lexing ton Mr Bowmar will personally con duct party For booklets and details address Daniel M Bowmar Versailles Ky tf Some fellows are troubled with in somnia for the simple reason that not go to bed be- Ing enforcement they- d NorthWest managed BARGAINS Great Slaughter 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 ClothinShoeSpHatsFurnishing6oods Manufactures COST Greatest Bargains ever offered to the buying public Let us dress you for the Fair W will dress you 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 will pay you to see us before buying your outfit for theFair Positively no goods charged during this Great Slaughter Sale LOGAN II AT I correctly I c- H Tt u 1 i r OF- t i F r sItf W rLT ri A Model Young Man The Record takes great pleasure in calling attention of its readers to the candidacy of Hon J Morgan Chinn of Mercer who is an aspirant for the democratic nomination for the office of Secretary of State Mr Chinn is a son of Hon Jack Chinn and is well known all over the state Mr Chinn is a moral man in every sense of the word having no bad habits whatever He never tasted liquor played cards or indulged in any of the pratices so among young men and is a man of exceptionally fine business qualifi cations He has been connected with the government at Frankfort for a number of years and many compli ments have been passed upon his splendid work The time has come when the people demand clean men for officeholders and in Mr Chinn they have an idealin every sense of the word Dripping Springs The attendance at Drippring Spring is larger this season than it has been for many years the people having found that for genuine rest and recup eration this is the place to go The waters are beyond question the best to be found anywhere as they bring health and strength to people who are run down from overwork or illness and add new life to all who drink them The Dripping Springs table has a wide reputation and the people well ktow that everything in reason is served in the best possible manner and in abund ance The rooms have been thorough ly overhauled and are neat and attrac tive The Springs are easily accessi ble the drive being one of the pret tiest in Central Kentucky The rates are reasonable and you are given accommodation to be found at a first class hotel Garrard county people are very proud of this resort both for its healthgiving qualities and the splen did management You could not do a wiser thing than spend a week there as you will return home recup erated in good health and ready for business Now that business is dull drive over and try it On Wednesday 25 about noon Mrs Sarah A White wife of F J White died in the 75th year of her age At four oclock P M on the 26 appropriate funeral services were conducted by Rev C S Ellis and a large concourse of friends and relatives saw the mortal part of a beloved woman laid to rest in Lancaster Cemetery Mrs J S A rmstrong of Dallas Texas the only survivor of five children and her husband were here with her for some time previous to her death and did all in their power to takeaway the bitterness from the cup of anguish which was not so marked with her as with those who approach death without preparing for the future State Her suffering was only physical for her consistent Christian life was surely a solace and comfort to her and served as a light to guide her spirit across the dark valley of death and anchor it safely in the harbor of eternal glory Her many relatives and friends find comfort in the fact that life was pure and without guile knowing that only such a life can pre pare a soul for admission into that Kingdom where only those that are spiritually minded can be happy and enjoy the bliss that abounds Sincere condolence is expressed by the entire community and especially by this office for her husband who is growing old and who will sadly miss the companionship of his blessed wife May he look to the Giver of every good and prefect gift for a happy safe from sin and the pangs that follow it Mr Sherman Shearer is very ill at this writing Mr Zack Simpson is building a new tobacco barn Mr Hugh Gayly was here last week buying cattle The prospects for corn is extra good in this neighborhood Mrs Polly Ann Wheeler is up again after a Severe spell of Cholera morbus Mr and Mrs James Gowen of Mad ison were visitors at Mr Ben Shearers last Sunday Mrs Morris Ross has returned to her home from Berea where she visited relatives for a week Mrs John Lacky of McCreary were here last week visiting their children Mr and Mrs Frank Broadus In Shadow Land One day the corn crop met the ear famine Out of my sight you ghastly hid eous emaciated scarecrow exclaimed the corn crop You unnatural monster said the car famine Had It not been for you I never should have come Into S Hereupon the corn crop seeing Its mistake wisely refrained from a rejoinder and became all ears again Chicago Tribune Deceived Old Lady I feel very nervous Are ye sure we shant any acct dentsGuard fond of statistics Every who rides on a railway takes one chance In 1491910 of being killedOld sakes Why that rascally booking clerk me before I bought my ticket Tit common Obituary her NINA Mrand 1 existence attempting have LadyLa I c t reunion person didn tell ego About People Ne Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Mr Charles R Davis was at home for a few days Mr Victor Leavell left this week for Covington Miss Callie Adams is visiting friends In Mount Vernon Henry Simpson has returned from a camping Boyle Miss Eliza Lunsford Is in Cincinnati visiting Mrs A J Wells Mrs M F Elkin of Lexington is visiting Mrs Mrs Ada Kinnaird is spending a week in Crab Orchard Herbert Kinnaird spent a few days at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Frankie Kauffman is visiting relatives in Hustonville Miss Noreen Henry is visiting her home folks in Lexington Miss Mary Davis is visiting Miss Coleman of Nlcholasville Mr R H Pettus of Somerset has been visiting friends here Messers W B Burton and Charles West are in Crab Orchard Miss Chenault of Richmond is visiting Miss Norma Elmore Miss Marguerite Kinnaird is spend ing a week at Crab Orchard Mr T K Watson spent Sunday with his parents in Crab Orchard Miss Mattie Norris of Frankfort is visiting Miss Louise Farris Mr and Mrs R II Batson have re turned from Dripping Springs Dr Wm Burnett has been to Lex Ington on professional business Misses Jessie and Lucy Doty are guests at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Herbert Hardin of Covington was a visitor here the past week Mrs Herbert Price of Danville has been visiting here for a few days Miss Ola Figg of Shelbyville has been visiting Miss Norma Elmore Judge M C Sautley was here on professional business a few days ago Misses Delia and Fannie Tinder are visiting their grandfather in Carlisle Miss Dennie Thompson of Lexing ton has been visiting relatives here Miss Lizzie Brown is visiting rela tives in Indianapolis and Terra Haute IndMaurice Ashley has returned from Central Normal College Danville IndMiss Margeret Tomlinson enter tained the Embroidery Club yester dayMrs George E Warren of Stanford has been the guest of Mrs Belle Burn side Miss Amanda Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs Mary Harris in Indian apolisMiss Henrietta Arnold of Mississ Ippl is visiting her sister Mrs Will WardMiss Ellen Ballou is with her little niece Miss Pattilln Ballou during her illnessMr Mrs John Brown of Nelson county were guests of Dr and Mrs BurnettMisses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird spent several days at Crab Orchard SpringsMr Mrs Lee Bader of Cincinnati have been the guest of Mr and Mrs Jesse D Warren Miss Katie Simpson and Mr John Simpson are spending a week at Drip ping Springs Mr and Mrs W 0 Dunlap and little daughter Eugenia have returned from Louisville Miss Goodloe of Richmond and Miss Simmons of Owensboro are guests of Miss Lucy Gregory Mrs B F Hudson and Mrs F P and son Hudson are spending a month at Chatanuga Messers Ed Ross Fisher Herring and Leslie Herndon are spending a week at Dripping Springs Mrs Arnold and baby of Knox ville is visiting hei parents Mr and Mrs James Burnside Mrs Albert Johnston and Miss Cooley oi Stanford visited Miss Bruce Pumphrey Monday Misses Maud Forbes and Lida Hit ton who have been here several weeks have returned to Brodhead Mr William Wherrltt wife and baby of New Orleans are guests of Mr W B Wherrltt and wife Miss Effle Fowler of and Mr Henry Fowler of McEven Tenn are guest of W H Pope Little Misses Sarah and Joan Robin son of Boyle have been guests of their aunt HriAnn Robinson Hr E B Hayden of Stan ford but for 20 years of Kansas City was here to see old I tripIn T S Elkin Friable J V ares poleIndiana r Mr Levering Young and wife of Chicago are visiting his grand parents Mr William Anderson and yife Mr R E Hughes of Louisville has joined his wife here and will make several weeks visit to relatives Mrs R C Tankersley and children have returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Pumphrey Mr William Walker and wife of Mississippi are expected on a visit to her parents Mr E W Harris and wife Mrs Samuel Harden and son who have been visiting Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Nell Johnston have return ed to their home in London Misses Elizabeth Grimes and Helena Bright of Lexington are attending a house party given by Miss Mary Philips of Stanford Miss Katie Simpson received the gold watch given by the Lyceum Com edy Company to the most popular young lady Mrs Goodloe Lackey and charming daughter Miss Mary will returned this week to their home in Kansas CityMiss Sallie Adams secured 100 sub scribers for the Kentuckey Issue and will start on the free excursion to Niagara Falls Aug 9 Mr George B Harris has returned to McKinney Texas where he has a splendid position Mrs Clifford and three daugh ters Lillie Margaret and Lucile of Caisro Ill have been visiting Mrs John Magee Misses Nell Long and Ruth Hall of Danville are attending a house party given by Miss Maude Martin of Gar rard County Miss Mary Pope who has been visit ing her cousin Miss Dishon has re turned to her home in Livingston She was accompanied by Miss Dishon who will make her a visit lion R H Tomlinson has been con tined to his room from the effects of an operation but is able to be out again Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diar rhoea come on without warming and prompt relief must be obtained There is no necessity of of incurring the of a physicians service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to fail even in the most severe and dangeaous cases and no family should be without it For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business r friends F P Remmedy I R I expenses Beats Carnegies Spelling Saylil exclaimed the girl at the handkerchief counter Wotsmatter now asked the girl at the ribbon counter Aintchoogittin nuftoet Wojjaskin thatfur Yooralookiukina thin AintneetherYartoo back hair Sou mm in down Quitcherruoberin Mine jeroan biz Saylil Saycherseff Jevvergitchenforchun told Yeh wunsertwice Ever choorsYeh Erdkitsmith sayinso Cumtroo Nottchett Thinkitwill Lykaznot Letchoono fit does Sayjen Juno Kittenbills keepin cumpnyAwka molT Troo sima stannineer Howjeerit Sallright Yooleerobout it soonuff Sayjen canchoolcetch on Say there you girls interrupted the floorwalker Go back to your customers g I t Ootole juh J BeazleyUndertaker irterlal and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 o n I G CHRIS FARIS Dentist Office over store Danville st J Wm Herndon Ben D Herndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drag store I J c Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Our Annual Summer Sale IS NOW ON For Genuine Bargains Come To Us No Fake Sales JsephMercantiio COMPANYj p Co the tr 1 tJW w Irwvu jJ1fIJ COALw are headquarters for high grade CO oLS I can in terest you in prices and quality Call and see me before laying in your winter supply lj We have an extra grade of SEED RYE and all other Field SeedI BALLARD and BALLARDS FLOUR Will pay cash or exchange for Hay OatsCorn BANKS yr yr yr lY uR1 account is now m I due and we need the money I I MOUNT I J t lll rBEST PAINT VALUE 1 HUDSON re ELINeoe e eee oee ee Covers Most Looks Best Tears Longest MeasureAlways Uniform Most I Fun Economical McRoberts Drug Store A variety specially blended for Iced Tea Fresh Groceries of jail kinds at Davidsons 1 II xZt 1 I 1 II I i 1 m X X X SOLD BY TEA eee e I Of Lancaster Capital 50000 R DENNY President E STORMES Yice Prest S DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr 1 Bookkeeper Cochran A C Robinson Stormes S C Denny S t f 0 f TIlE National Bank Sr IYs10f000- A J C R T Embry DIRECTORS Sam D Alex R Denny John E r SN WE WILL T Keep Your Money Safe Ie Solicit Your Bute r i7 t J t T CENTRAL RECORD Issued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster SeeondClaii Mall Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky August 3 1906 FOR CONGRESS- We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county as a can didate to represent the Eighth 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 HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party A Minneapolis tbattbe United States will produce over 700000000 bushels of wheat It is estimated that North and South Dakota and Minnesota take the lead in the production of thug crop We predict that Hon R H Tomlinsons land in North Dakota will make him and all his people rich The education of the political is the problem of the age If preachers are to be the teacher they dont know enough about the corruption to give the first lesson and if politicians are to teach us they will only abuse their opponents and never see the beam in their own eyes The Press Convention at Grayson Springs was not only an enjoyable but it resulted in passing some rules which will help the Press and the country The Danville News led in the competition on job work and the Harrodsburg Democrat was close second The Age Limit League of Chicago very appropriately discards Osiers theory and claims that experience makes many men from 50 to 70 years of age the best workers We second the motion Mr Hubert Vreeland who has been so helpful to the farmeras Commis sioner of Agriculture will doubtless be remembered by them in his race for the office of Secretary of State Watch the politician who crys for honesty and a straight record Nine times in ten he has a skeleton in his closet and is preparing to play a trick on somebody If the Record were not an paper we would tell a few things about the race for Congress in this district and we may do it yet Summer Diarrhoea in Children During the hot weather of the months the first unnatural of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a few doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M 0 Stockland Pastor of the first M Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very remedy especially for summer dis orders in children Sold by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at 1m Spring is the most advantageous set thing for ronlance Make Hay While the Sun Shines There is a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer Be knows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and be prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow So it should be with every household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholera morbus may some member of the home warning Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is the best known medicine for diseases should always be kept at band as immediate treatment is necessary and delay may prove fatal For sale by R E McRoberts Tbe relia ble druggist of Lancaster 1m The best excuse wont rectify a mis take Galveston Sea Wall makes now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety Be writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption tbe past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough for years bad been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Every bottle guaranteed at R E McRoberts drug tore Price 50c and LOO Trial bottle tree 1m There promises to be a quene pulling time over in China I In Self Defence Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when be was gercely attacked tour years ago by bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burps Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c at RE McRoberts drug store 1m Ell cu and paperclaims conscience affair independent summer looseness valuable Lancaster II attack without the e II II life to r r E which Plies y tirw THE CHRISTIAN 0WORLD REVIVAL IN NORWAY Religious Awakening in That Coun try Second Only to That in Wales The world has heard of the recent political changes in Norway but not many know that that country is at present the scene of a great religious revival which rivals that In Wales says the Chicago Interior In 1896 there was present at a meeting of the Sal vation Army in Chicago a young Nor wegian sailor from Vanse a town in the very south of the Scandinavian He was not specially im pressed by the services but as he was leaving a young woman laid a hand upon his arm and said God bless you Come again The kindly word led him to ask himself What is this religion which causes strangers to be interested in a wandering sailor He returned to the meetings a number of times and eventually confessed Christ He did not identify himself with the Army either then or subsequently but returned to his seafaring life He in the old home town five years later Among the people of his own nationality he was gradually led into evangelistic services and Dean Knudsen now minister of ecclesiasti cal affairs in Norway proved himself a warm friend In Christiania he has had as many as 5000 hearers at a time In the largest ball in the capital and the Lutheran bishop of the city has taken a deep interest in his work Min isters of the state church generally have opened their stately edifices to revival services and personal workers who have seen something of such meetings abroad are invited by the Lutheran ministers to come in and aid them in a work which strange as it appears to them they feel to be of God The young sailor Lunde is as simple in his ways and speech as Evan Rob erts and nothing outside of Wales compares with the work which is still in progress in Norway It is needless to say that Prince Oscar Bernadotte takes a personal interest in the re vival A MUNIFICENT GIFT Half a Million Dollars Given to Further Salvation Army Plans Gen William Booth of the Salvation Army has announced says The a munificent gift of half a million dollars to the Army to be used In a home colonization scheme The giver is George Herring chairman of the City of London Electric Lighting company and a prominent member of other corporations Mr Herring is also wellknown throughout Great Britain as a philanthropist He a soup kitchen in Camden town has built and endowed an institution known as the Haven of Rest for gqn tlefolks brought to poverty genuine misfortune has furnished many Salvation Army shelters for the homeless and is a large benefactor to the Metropolitan hospital fund of London In a letter to the press Gen Booth outlines his plans for home col onization He says the Army to purchase tracts of land in England giving five acres or there abouts to each settler building providing seed and implements and supporting settlers until the land becomes productive Each will repay the Army by a system of In stallmenCs The entire colonization scheme is to be under the direction of the Army and in this way Gen Booth hopes to provide for those who for reasons are unable to leave under the emigration schemes of the Salvation Army In a letter to King Edward the general says that the Army has agreed to repay the of Mr Herrings gift in 25 annual to the Kings hospital fund WORK IN PHILIPPINES Reports at Recent Conference at Ma ails Show Good Progress During Year The reports presented at the recent session of the Philippine mission con ference show that during the year the membership has increased from 8079 to 12436 with possibly 10000 more who will soon be entering the door of church membership There are 144 local preachers and exhorters of whom 136 are Filipinos four and four Chinese Dr Homer C Stuntz says that the present greatest needs of the Philippine islands are 1 Twelve more American 2 A Bible training school equipped to take care of 20 men at a time 3 The completion of the Fili pino First church Manila 4 The support of at least 12 Filipino to open up new fields and help care for new converts 5 Funds witb which to put out millions of pages of literature which will be for healing of the sore hurt of this mis taught people A Police Officials View Police Commissioner McAdoo of New York recently gave utterance to these wise words The church can not compete with a sensational press The church cannot compete with the political club The church cannot with the theater The church can not compete with ethical clubs The church cannot compete with saloons We want churches that are The Escape She awakes from a deep sleep to find the flames roaring and crackling all about her Merciful heavens am I lost she criesNo On the contrary The in point of has heated her curling tongs to such a degree that she can make ready to effect her escape with out the of a precious moment How little we know she mur raurs when at last she Is borne the looking too sweet Puck i peninsula reappeared Colonization Presbyterian conducts through proposes cottages settler various England amount installments adherents Americans missionaries evangelists compete church tact down I 0 ri tJc t fire toes ladder 6TIU FIRST IN ALL HEARTS MBfcj the Boost of George Wash ington Was Turned Face to Wall Teachers pupils of n high school In New Jersey were amazed one morn IBS lately when the principal ordered all the classes to assemble In the auditorium Their amazement increased says a writer In tho New York Press when ho began to address them on George Washington the rather of Our Country s When tho principal finished his re narks he paused impressively for a i moment and then went on in his 1 severest tune The bust of George Washington 9 which stood upon the pedestal iu tho has been removed and I placed upon the floor with its taco In I the corner Until the culprit whoever 3 he or she may be comes to the front I and mopes a public confession of the 1 misdemeanor not a soul will be per milled to leave this building Remem i ber there will be no other imposed than tho open and pub He confession There was a great sensation exchanged glances pupils ildgcted round awed and frightened The principal holding himself very erect faced them solemnly 1 am waiting said he Then the janitor stepped forward and relieved the situation Its up to me sir he said Th root was leakin mighty bad an tlT oust of Mr Wash in ton were in the arty an I ought It proper to move It to keep tu rain from spilin It an I meant no insoolt by turniii his face to the wall sir The school is dismissed said the principal EVOLUTIONARY SHOPPING II Wife Explains Exactly How She Came to Make So Many Purchases Mrs Compton looped at her patient relates Youths Companion Dear George she said cheerfully 1 dont see the use of my trying to explain to you but Im perfectly willing to do it of courseI intend us you say lo buy a kitchen table and 1 cane home with a hall mirror But it was an ubiolute ly natural change First I looped at kitchen tables Then the clerk called my attention to the kitchen cabluets with drawers and everything Then I said how much they looked like bureaus except that they had no glass Then he showed me one with a glass and then he said he had such a pretty bureau It I ared to look at it So I looked at that and it was pret ty but the glass was rather small So then he showed me a dressing case with a goodsized mirror and I said what nice glass it was And then he said If you want to see a line piece of glass let me show you oue of our new hall mirrors And of course George you an un derstand that when saw that beauti ful mirror I had to have it and you know you dont like me n run up bills in new places and I hadnt enough to buy a kitchen table too isnt it clear SATISFACTORY APOLOGY n Error of the Distillers That Was Speedily and Fully Atoned For When a South Carolinian wants good whisky he does not as a rule buy it from the South Carolina state dispensary but orders it direct from the distillery the whisky being delivered to him by ex press in what is termed in the state four full quarts A week or two be fore Christmas says the New York Times a man in the central part of the state ordered four full quarts and on its receipt was surprised to find out that it was not as good whis ky as he had been getting Accordingly the man most concerned wrote a letter to the distillers telling them that a mistake had undoubtedly been made A few days later he received the following selfexplanatory letter Dear Sir Yours of the sixteenth to hand and we hasten to apolo gize for an error of one of our shipping clerks The clerk in question expressed to you four full quarts of the brand you ordered Intended for the South Carolina dispensary By express today we send yor four full quarts of the genuine ar ticle Again craving your pardon for the and soliciting your further favors we beg to remain Yours very respectfully Talk to Soothe Patients Money is rolling in to a wise young dentist who uses intelligence in his fair patients when they are undergoing the ordeal of boring and filling He subscribes for the lead Ing Paris fashion journals and he an hour every evening to their perusal In those minutes of agony to women when he is grinding at their molars he rattles on about about Pa quins latest triumph the newest wonders of Cecile or the gown some princess wore at the opera He can talk of costumes and hats with the ease with which most men discuss baseball So popular has he become that he scarcely can keep up with his Y Press A Difference Weary is Sing Sing far from here it took me an hour to go there and a year to get Rire foolish Mr Clubman entering the dmimg you couldnt be down town three hours without stopping to get a lunch Cost 30 or 40 cents Ill be bound It does beat all how en throw away money By the way you dont call this supper do yon suppose it Is the best the new girl could get up on such short satire Huh Catch me sitting to table Im around to the Ijctab M Y Weekly Iii J v IiJ the I punishment Teachers expression sonow 1 error devotes mil- lInery workN RagglesSay Handsome HarryWell backLe jWomen d roomAndso j I CI I going f f E and suddenly recepllon room rile instant entertaining worn t Mrs down that f 6 J Ii l I1 n 41 We are Closing Out Our stock of Buggies 5urri6S i entire Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Machines Cultivators Plow Gear Collars Back Bands Pads everything you need in our line Call now before stock is picked over Romans Elmore Call at my store and have your PICTURE ENLARGED TTSTnnnr For every 500 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 Lou Friends Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and paidMonday without discount J H KINNAIRD Genet Insurance III I r wa i t d i n it FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Otlice Phone No 31 Residence No7 SPECIAL BARGAINS IE IE IE White Lawn Shirtwaists Short and long sleeves They are regular i5o waist all marked for quick selling 99c 125 yardwide strictly all Silk Black Taffata warranted to wear per yard 89c 75c yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c iooper yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at 49c White Goods 20 to 300 Dotted Swiss to close per yard 15c We have so many other special bargains that they are too numerous to itemize Sidney A Turner Dry Goods Notions Cut Glass c Successor to B W Turner Richmond Kentucky Atlantic City Cape May and other Coast Resorts 1600 Round Trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday August 2 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 full information call on or write G W Barney D P This e 1l1J rMrJillIAtil1tV r AJ A tJi0l JL 1TLij i 4 t r i Lexington Ky sl- 1 l t r 4 R 1 A primary election is hereby call cd for Saturday the first day of Sep tember 1900 in all the voting precm cts in the Eighth Congressional Dis trict of Kentucky at the regular vot ing places between the hours of 0 oclock a in and four oclock p m for the purpose of selecting a Democratic candidate for Representative in In said 2 All Democrats who are residents of said District and who are legal voters on November C lOOfi will be premitted to vote in their respective precincts and are invited and reques ted to do so 3 Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to be used in said primary must deposit with the Chairman of this Committee on or before 12 oclock midnight lif teen days before the date for holding said primary the sum of seven dollars to be used in defraying the expenses of holding said primary election and at the same time of male log said deposit each candidate must give written notice to said Chairman that he desires to be a candidate at election and notice to the Chair man shall be notice to the Committee 4 In all those counties having cities in which the law requires the registra tion of voters the Democratic of such counties or the Chair man thereof is authorised to cause the names of Democrats registered at the last general registration to be copied into separate books as is re quired by lawn Said election shall be held in all respects as is required by law for hold fug regular primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in every precinct and the Chairman of this Committee is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be printed bound and distributed to the various Chair men of the County Committees the ballots for each county He is further directed to purchase and distribute to the Chairman of the County Commit tee all the necessary paraphernalia for holding said primary election The Democratic County Commit the of each county shall appoint the ollicers in each precinct to hold the election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the candidates at least ten days before said election and to be as nearly equally divided as possible as to Judges Clerks and Sher ills among the various candidate The ollicers of said primary election will when the polls are closed proceed at once to count the sates cast for each person for said ollice and after counting the votes they will return to the boxes sealing up the boxes and the SherflTs of the election precincts will by next Monday morning carry and deposit the boxes with the Chair man of the County Committee at the court house in respective counties The ollicers of the election at each precinct will make a written state ment of the number of voles cast for each person voted for for the said ollice and will place said statement in an envelope and deposit it in the res pective ballot boxes 7 The precinct ballot boxes and all returns are to be made to of the County Committee and if he is not in the county to the Secretary of the County Committee at the court house in the time required by law to wit within two days after said elec tion 8 And on next day after said re turns have been made the County shall meet and canvass the re turns and certify the same to the Chairman of Committee of the Eighth Congressionol District which District Committee shall on Wednesday the fifth day of Septem her 190G at 10 oclock a m in the city of Kicholasville Jessamine county Kentucky meet and canvass the re turns declare the result and issue a certificate of nomination to the suc cessful candidate The Secretary of this Committee is directed to give public notice of this election as is required by law and without delay 10 In the event there is a surplus remaining after defraying the said primary it shall be re turned to those by whom it was paid in in the same proportion in which it was paid by them and if there should be a deficit then the candidates shall he assessed to supply such deficit Provded however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the conditions herein imposed by Aug IS 1906 then the Chairman of the Dis tract is directed to reconvene the as soon thereafter as practica ble at Nicholasville Ky and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the Democratic party for said ollice and to issue to him a certificate of nomination and the primary election herein ordeid will not be held 11 Tne order on the ballot in which the names of the candidates who may enter this primary shall be printed shall be determined Jjy lot 12 No registration shall be required in towns or cities where no registration has yet been had under the general election lawJ Fitch Chairman Letcher Saunders Secretary 5t FARM For SALE Having sold our farm on Sugar Creek we now wish to sell farm of 73 acres on old Dan Vllle pike miles from Lancaster JGHENDRICKSON r CALLFOR 11 Congressional Primary hundred said Committee Ii the Chirman Committee the District 9 expenses of Committee 2 U il Y i i t1r n r Congress District- tine 1S 1ri our GARDENI A USEFUL POTATO SORTER Device Easily Made Which Will Make Quick Work of Han dling the Tubers For sorting potatoes quickly the here illustrated will be found ad mirable It consists of a slatted chute nbout six feet In length provided with legs at one end The slats should be of inch stuff fastened as shown and about threequarters of an inch apart slight device THE POTATO SOUTER ly farther apart at the bottom than at the top This will prevent the potatoes from becoming wedged in the slots as they roll down The width should bo about 20 inches and the sideboards eight inches in height The potatoes may then be shoveled from the wagon directly into the chute down which they will roll the smaller ones falling through the slots If desired suggests the Prairie Farmer two short legs may be fastened to the lower end of the chute so that a basket may be used in catching the as they fall A BUTCHERING TRESTLE Useful Contrivance Which Will Fa cilitate the Handling of the Hogs Here is a description and sketch of a butchering trestle used by a correspond II potatoes ent or the Farm Journal A strong low table with crosspieces nailed securely to the two by four scantlings that form the braces and legs Two stout men cal mount this table to draw the hog from the scalding barrel that leans at an easy anglo in th curve A and 45 Jnch curve If a derrick is used to raise and lower the hog so much the better ing for disemboweling FARM JOTTINGS The farmer must uplift himself no one else can or will do the job Our national surplus of wheat in cluding flour at its equivalent in wheat may be expected to approach 2000UOOOO bushels this winter An American wheat expert hazards the prediction that western Canada within ten years will be the principal source of European wheat supplies- It is now definitely settled that the recent apple crop is just about half as large as the previous years crop The final estimate for 1905 is 23500000 bar rels Demand is good prices high and firm For the protection of a large area from the codling moth pest the Cape government has prohibited the import of fresh apple pear or quince fruit certain large South African Raising or Buying Small Fruit We have always urged farmers to raise enough small fruit for their use The proportion of farmers that raise enough fruit for their fam ilies is increasing from year to year but yet there are many farmers that do not raise any kind of small fruit Their stock argument is that it is cheaper to buy the fruit than to That may be so in some cases but even if it were so in all cases the fact remains that most farmers do not buy fruit for their families and if they do not raise it their families do not get it Every man can afford to raise all the fruit his family can use in a year and if his fruitraising opera tions are properly conducted they will require but little time throughout the year The Pitch of Roof The rake or pitch of roofs has much to do in giving character and finish to a building For ordinary roofs whether shingles or slate are used the rise should be onethird the width of the building In houses where head room is wanted in the attic the rise should be onehalf the width of the building Winter Wheat Area The newly seeded area of winter wheat is estimated at 31341000 acres an increase of 06 per cent over the area sown in the fall of 1904 The con dition of winter wheat was recently 941 as compared with 829 in 1904 866 in 1903 and a tenyear average of 915 Demand for Ash and Hickory Manufacturers of vehicles and imple ments finding that the supply of woods used in their industries is more and more difficult to oo tabs It Came De Bullion is a fine motorist isnt he The he ought to be its hereditary His father drove a steam roller for some years before he made his money Tough Did that porous plaster help your stomach any Indade It did not docthor anVtwuz th toughest ting Houston Ba maybe into rais- et Natural SimpleYoung CynicSo oliver 0 districts family are becoming downed Pos FOR WOODLOT OWNERS Good Things to Avoid in Using the Home Supply of Wood on the Farm There is a right way to do and the of the woodlot is not an exception to the rule says a bulletin of the Forest Service of the United States agricultural department The right way moreover is often quite simple the good results which follow being out of all proportion to the time or labor expended Too many woodlots are simply neglected and by far the greater number of them are misused for want of foresight or a true of their value The first principles of right woodlot forestry may be summarized in a brief list of Donts by which every woodlot owner may profit with very little trou bleDont dispose of your woodlot You need it for your own use It can be made to give you fuel posts poles fence rails even such timber boards and shingles as will keep the farm stead and barns in repair Dont turn your woodlot into a pas ture Tree seedlings are quickly bruised and crushed by tho trampling of live stock Hungry cattle browse upon them Dont thin your woodlot too heavily If you do large openings are made through which the sunlight streams In drying the soil and encouraging the growth of grass which should never be suffered to replace the spongy humus that forms the natural top layer of soil in a healthy forest Dont burn over the woodlot It has been pointed out that the woodlot Is not fit for pasture purposes but even if it were the burning over of the soil would still do irreparable damage to young growth consume the litter which ought to rot into humus and destroy the very conditions which na ture seeks to establish and preserve Dont select only the best trees in a woodlot which needs weeding Nearly every woodlot is composed of a mixed stand in which dead and unsound trees weed trees and sound useful trees are intermingled If you select and remove only the choicest living trees the stand will grow poorer in stead of better and in time will be come almost worthless An improve ment cutting which even at a little cost removes the weed trees and those which are dead crooked or otherwise of little worth will give the remain ing stand a clear start Dont forget reproduction In thin ning your woodlot have an eye to the young growth Spare it as much as you can in felling and hauling the logs Give the seedlings the chance and they will seize it and grow into saplings and poles Dont do all your cutting in one spot just because it is a trifle more conven ient to do so By taking a tree here and there where it can best be spared or is actually better down you will secure just as much wood and at the same time draw as lightly as possible on your future supply Dont let the carelessness of other persons do the damage to your wood lot by fire which you refrain from do ing yourself A fire in a neighboring field may creep into your woodlot and burn over it scorching the trunks of the trees or even setting the crowns ablaze It is worth while in the season to see that the borders of the woodlot are clear of inflammable material Especially clear away the leaves so as to form a miniature firo lane about the forest Forbid the care less use of matches and the building of camp fires and see that your direc tions are obeyed Dont be in too great a hurry to realize on your woodlot investment Be satisfied with a permanent revenue which is the interest of your forest capital You may materially increase this interest by managing the wood lot itself so that the thinnings always bear a wise proportion to the yield GATE PROP Simple Device for Attaching to Farm Gate Which Will Keep It Open I am going to give others the of a patent gate prop my father invented several years ago writes a U 1 T i care appreciation benefit everything dangerous THE GATE PROP correspondent of the Farmers Review It is a great deal of trouble to hold a gate open and drive stock through it also Now when you swing the gate open have a stick of wood say broom handle two feet long fas tened to the third slat of the gate with leather so it can be turned either way Drive a nail at B and when gate is closed put prop on B When you open it drop A and swing it and it will stay where it stops Boot System of the Corn Plant The root system of the corn plant is many times greater than most persons suppose it to be While it is true that the corn plant is in the main a feeder it is also true that the smaller roots are very long and pene trate the earth to a great depth At one of the stations a cube of ground around a corn plant was cut out whole and the roots of the corn plant washed put It was found that this corn plant had sent its roots to a depth of about four feet and that they spread three and a half feet from the corn plant laterally Would Disperse Them But I feel timid about singing so many people Well if you say youll sing Ill fix that all right HowI announce that you are going to sing Houston Post Pardonable Mrs Flimflam Why dontyou weara glass eye WhimwamT- MM Whimwam Shouldnt think of it my dear Its a deception Mrs Flimflam Oh well even if it te Its a deception that ao can a surface before Mrs x One see ri FRIGATEBIRD CARRIERS SwiftFlying SeaBird Used in the Transmission of Let ters The frigate bird is the swiftest of all ter carrier Taken from the nest it can fly it is handfed on a fish diet by the natives and in the course of a low months becomes so tame that it can be liberated during the day and will return to its perch at sunset The author of Notes from My South Sea Log says that ho had frequent oppor tunities of witiKssing their perform ances as letter carriers On Nanomaga where I lived for 12 months I had two frigates which were given me by a trader on Nuitao CO miles to windward and in return I gave him two splendid and very tame birds hatched and roared on Nanoma ga The four were continually flying across from one Island to the other sometimes the Nuitao pair would visit their birthplace and foregather with my couple on their perch outside my house and remain one or two days fishing on their own account together and being fed at dawn and nightfall by the natives and myself Then all four would sail off to Nuitao my pair usually returning within r hours To test the speed of these birds I once sent one of mine to Nuitao by the bark Redcoat in care of till captain who kept U in his cabin It fretted greatly during the 48 hours the vessel was beating up to Nuitao against the southeast trades The Redcoat arrived at Nuitao at four oclock in the after noon and at halfpast four the trader there John OBrien after writing a few lines to me and rolling it in a small square of oilskin tied it to the bird and cast it loose It was out of sight in a few seconds We had boon keeping a keen look out for the bird Wo could only guess at the time when the Redcoat would arrive at Nuitao but imagined it would be at least GO hours Hut before six oclock on the day that OBrien bad liberated my bird it was settled on its perch at home accompanied by OBriens couple which it had evi dently met en route All three birds were heavily gorged with flying fish and allowed themselves to be caught and brought into the house where I detached OBriens note from my mes senger GAVE HIM GOOD ADVICE An Appetite for Fish That Was Stronger Than Love of Character An anecdote worth laughing over is told of a Bridgeport Conn man who had an infirmity as well as an appetite for fish He was anxious to keep up his character for honesty even while enjoying his favorite meal and while making a bill with his merchant as the story goes and when his back was turned the honest buyer slipped a codfish up under his coattail But the garment was too short to cover up the theft and the merchant perceived it Now said the customer anx ious to improve all opportunities to call attention to his virtues Mr have traded with you a great deal and have paid you up promptly anti honestly havent I Oh yes answered the merchant I have no reason to complain Well said the customer I have always insisted that honesty was the best policy and the best rule to live and die by Thats so replied the merchant And the customer turned to depart Hold on my friend cried the merchant Speaking of honesty I have a bit of advice to give you Whenever you come to trade again you had better wear a longer coat or steal a shorter codfish AT A BIRD OUTFITTERS Some of the Conveniences Kept on Sale for the Feathered Pets A patent perch said the bird out fitter Two dollars It looks like a genuine twig and when a bird lights on it it sways like a genuine twig This is a birds shower bath Many birds like a shower as you know A fine spray ascends from this tube a height of eight inches falling back j into this porcelain tub Standing in the tub the bird gets as fine a shower as ever was given by fountain or waterfall These are patent nests They look like the genuine article They are very luxurious and springy They are lined with floss silk And here is our grocery or food department Here are bird delicacies of every description Worms ants eggs cuttlefish breakfast foods sal ads so on down the list of bird dainties This is our patent medicine depart ment Here we sell plumage reviv ers voice clearers throat strength eners bird tonics bill hardeners Decrease of Illiteracy One hundred and six persons in each thousand of the population of the coun try over ten years old cannot write The latest bulletin of the census bureau gives l fortysix illiterates in a thousand of the native whites and a hundred and twen tyeight in a thousand of is satisfying to note that illiteracy is decreasing steadily especially among the nativeborn for whom the statistics for 1890 show sixtytwo illiterate in a thousand Among children illiteracy is greater in the country than in the cities owing to lack of school facilities in thin ly populated regions In cities of more than twentyfive thousand there are only ten illiterate children per thousand Encouraging Sign Patience I see by the paper that during the year 1904 Slam exported more than 12000000 worth of rice Patrice That doesnt look very much as if marriage was going to be a Statesman Accounted For Bacon How glum he always looks Doesnt he try to look OB the bright side of things yes he tries to but see hes fearfully croweyed Yoafcera 8Ute m r ft y I equatorIal j Merchant tot I greensand I foreignborn- It failureYonkers EgbertOh 3 1 before ever r you i i DOING FOR THE PARSON BackCountry Towns in the South Eat Him Sleep Him nnd So On The old custom of having the minis ter and the school teacher board round is not wliolly forgotten as is seen in an incident reported by the Florida Times Union The parson is a successful circuit preacher who in his younger days sent as a missionary to Florida The town was off from any railroad line and was sparsely populated The new minister gathered the people and told them that he in tended to establish a church that churches brought schools schools set tiers and settlers prosperity I have no money he aid but I intend that you people shall care for me What can you do for the preach er I dont intend to put the burden of my living on any one family but upon all of you turn and turn about I will not go however where the latchstring is not hanging out of the door What can you do for the preacherOne lady who had a dim of a small church in the piny woods of Georgia when she was a girl saidI kin eat him but I cant sleep himThats good responded the parson Now who next Well if Sister Jenkins is gwine to eat him Ill agree to sleep him but I cant wash him Thats good Who next Here another sister spoke up Well I reckon 1 can wash him but I aint much on biled shirts Whether anyone was found to bile the parson the story does not state LONDONS MIDNIGHT CROWD Police of the Metropolis Are Kept Very Busy Keeping the Peo ple on the Move When the half hour after midnight conies in London the police of the worids metropolis begin to get busy for then is the time that all the places of public entertainment are emptied of great throngs of men and women says F B Binney in the Washington Post The moment these crowds reach the streets there is begun the coppers constant cry on They are a patient goodnatured set of officers but the move on com mand is one that must be obeyed I wanted to stand and watch the vast procession of humanity but a bobby gave me the word and I had to march with the rest Splendidly dressed women whose status was not at all doubtful hurried to their homes for they were too miliar with the law to need any from the police There is more freedom and personal liberty in London than anywhere but not oven a duke may loiter if told to move on By 130 oclock the immense which blocked the streets at midnight has disappeared and the city of millions seems as deserted as a country town ALL OVER THE WORLD The AngloSaxon Is the One Race That Knows How to Travel We travel to see natural sights and the Yosemite the sunny southland the broad prairies the lofty Rockies and the White moun tains tho big trees the orange or chards or the beautiful hills of Berkf shire in the old Bay state To see and know them means delightful and re cuperative journeyings writes Joel Benton in FourTrack News No American unless he has seen these things has any fair preparation for a foreign tour It has been said that the AngloSax on has been the master race in travel one type of people that knows how it is done The methods of going speedily and comfortably no other race knows so well It is our own country in fact that practically leads in Traveling ready accommodations for sleeping eating reading writing bath ing and much else not long ago of un heardof novelty It is with us too that the term globetrotting origin ated the fact as well as tho name Even the French novelists quick time for girdling the world two American girls long ago made slow by their separate performances in that High Life in Peking It is very noticeable how many of the high Chinese officials frequent the for eign hotels for tiffin and the other day a gentleman with his wife and family numbering some eight or nine engaged a private room at one of the hotels for dinner The partiality for foreign sine is evidently on the increase Stu dents in military uniform or at least in trousers with a yellow stripe and caps are continually met in Peking now though many wear in addition the fa miliar long blue coat which is their off duty dress presumably and helps to keep the uniform clean H E Tong Sbaoyl may be seen almost every morning along in the high which he had when customs taotai in Tientsin Peking Times Might Have Known Better How did you come to propose to me asked the widow coyly- I didnt come to propose to you her visitor dazedly I came mere ly to spend the evening Houston Post And He Knew PopYes my son What is a monologue artist A monologue artist my boy on the stage is generally a in real life itis a Statesman Did Not Know Him me to lend lira 5 Jill Yes hes a chronic borrower But Iveonly known him three days Thats the reason he asked you Yonkers Statesman What He Made Church Ever make anything IB Wall street Gotham Oh made a fool of my elf Stateamw r was recollection More wondersNiagara ingthe convenienceswith shavingeven dog cart replied man womanYonkers BIllHe J 0 i far admonition multitude direction cub spinning asked yea ers Paint Paint Paint Now is the time 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 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come to us for pictures Youll be satisfied with our work as well as our prices We are open every Sat urday from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Easter clothes get old THE POX STUDIO LKWIS Y LKAVKLL President JJ WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tip 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ot LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fSMM SDBPIBS IM B P HUDSON Cashier W O BiamcY Aast Guhr aD WAMOBR Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOHNSON BFHudioa J J Walker T M Arnold I 1 I 1Lewll Y l Leavell i r M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD WINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates 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 based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard County No more 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 market price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of 50000 00 is be log 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 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 of mail along all the pikes in the County The following will be shown by us at low prices HUGHES thefact commission Xo 1 Brick storo room on public square In Lancaster 25 feet frontage runs buck full length of the block Is In the bet business portion of the town Can sell this property so us to net purchaser per cent on his Invest ment after payment of taxes Insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 2 Frame cottage 4 rooms acres of ground on Totteu avenue In Lancaster 3 In grass UOO 00 This property will rent for 1200 per mouth No Brick storeroom and dwelling on Danville street In Lancaster Close to Public Square The storeroom Is large and well Dwelling portion has large 2 story hall 4 rooms and hath room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable nt the rear of premises opening on alley 1rice t75000 The building alone without the ground is worth the money No s Building lots In Lancaster Can suit you in location and price No 9 Large and commodious brick busi ness house and dwelling In the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 2IX 0 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandars good cistern mid well on the premises 1 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for it Price 300000 No 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave flue 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 sirable home In sight ot the Graded school and In one of the best residence sections of the City Price 200000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm prooertv No 15 85 acres of first class land ou 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 farm is in a high state of cultiva tion This farm is 1 miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer It a fine Investment ft 00 per acre No 17 2V7 acresof line tobacco land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres In cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools Sew 7 room frame housed halls 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all neceasary out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores 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 acres In tobacco this year As an invest ment this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000 No 19 107 acres of land in Garrard County In the Paint Lick section About 1 mile from pike small frame house and other out build ings 1 stock and tobacco barn 35 acres of tim bered land on which there is 100 fine sugar maples 23 acres in grass balance in cultiva tion watered by never failing springs and ponds Price 2000 per acre No 20 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 tine hemp and tobacco laud in Garrard County only 3 miles from Lan 7 3 4 f I hemp and I c cottage several 4 acres lighted Ads caster runs right along the pike is near nike Splendid stock farm About 100 acres in cultivation balance In grass 2 story brick dwelling new stock barn and other out buildings Is well watered Parties wanting this much land will do well to look at this or It can be divided into smaller farms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers 2V per acre NO 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 can be divided so as to make 2 good farms pike f230 per acre No 23 1 story frame cottage of 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 130000 No21 A farm of 2M acres In Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never falling watt farme house 7 rooms large stock barn and 2 to bacco barns tenant house G miles from Las caster 7000 per acre No 27 365 acres of as good land as in County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Can be divided into 2 of 3 farms Will sell all ro a portion to any one buyer See us for price No 29 67 acres ol well Improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7000 yer acres No 30 A two story brick residence and 5 acres of ground in Kirksvllle 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 be sold together This is a good opportunity for a man who desires to go into businuss in u good business place See us for price 121 acres of land 4 miles from Lancaster 4 roam frame house good stock barn dairy and other out buildings 73 of the land in grass watered by never falling springs and poolsa 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 will sell No 32 A rich farm of 375 acres 4 miles from town and J4 mile from Lexington pike on a good road which will soon be made a turnpike For sale terms at a low price Near good school in good neighborhood Laud will grow hEmp tobacco and any other crops abundantly See us for further particulars and price No 33 143 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 C acre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre No 34 192 acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Bryantsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 85 71 acres on pike 3 miles of Lanes ter land in corn hemp and meadow frame house and outbuildings Will sell bargain See us for price No 36i 100 acres first class land 2 miles from 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 No 352 9 acres of land on pike No 35 above 8 room residence good barn and 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 with us we would like to show Ton our contract another fronting on Y2 Grooms No31 water 4 adjoining Cared 0 Queasy Bm r ale Uon West PianosOrgansSewingM Chines and Musical Lancaster it OS SheetMusic Instruments Kentucky kL1 = Business Items Mall Boxes at Mount Elkins House Paint Haselden Bros To save money on Harness see Haselden Bros Coal salt hay and corn The Volo Is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Car load of Ellwood wire fence received Haselden Ice Crean Soda Water at Drugstore tf I There is but one Ruberoid Rooting We sell it Haselden Bros Bring vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf Fresh light bread every day at Zim mers tt Dont fail to see the latest thing in hats just received at West Fresh cakes baked every day mers tf Our Ice Cream Soda is simply del icious Try a glass Drug Store tf A cottage well improved with acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept i The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines f tf We are exclusive agents n Lances ter for Lowneys Fine BbxCandy We keep their full and al ways fresh Frisbies Drugstore tf 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo Robinson tf We handle the celebrated candies and receive fresh stock every few days Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson Fou SALE A good Rubber Tire I Phaeton Mrs Dorcus Walker Wanted Housekeeper In family of only two Must come recommended Good wages and position to right person Ap ply to F J W Central Record ofllce tf Come on with your watches and clucks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf We have just gotten a ne line of ties Come and see they are picked over West 1 second hand surrey in good A bargin See Bros I can interest you in prices on coal and wheat Banks Hudson New goods arrived at Thompsons the Jeweler tf Rev W M Anderson of Alabama will preach at the Fork Church on the first Sunday in August Everybody is invited as he is an able minister Strayed Strayed from my place on Danville st a black sow weighing about 175 lbs 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 office and receive reward tt Coal Coal Coal 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 tf We are headquarters for everything in the and will give you better value for your else Frisbies Drug tf Ward pays cash for eggs and dont growl about it 2t Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated It sent to Banks Hudson tf Arthur is interested us Laundry ajra appre elate it It you will give him your tf West Buy your winter coal of Banks Low Prices and High Grades Important Notice When our representative calls with your account please be ready to settle with him as we the money Please remember that there is expense attached to sending out a collector and dont to call the second time Haselden Bros The Volo is sold and guaranteed by J Robinson tt 500 bushels seed rye for sale pure Sweeney Morgan Try Black Bear nut for it is the best it is the cheapest you get 10 bushels fo 8125 140 tf J A Jones Shipments of Laundry and Thursday of each give your work to Arthur tf West Miss Julia Reid having returned to Lancaster to live will be glad to see her old friends and patrons at her room with Mrs J D Gulley where she A small farm of 20 or 25 acres See Hughes Swinebroad For Sale or Rent Cottage 5 rooms on Stanford street Possession given at once tf Mrs Clara Bettis 1 will pay highest market price for country hams some at W H 2t sale Special inducements o se car load My mutt nil or measnre and 100c worth for weigh after me and he conviudetl Phone 140 J A Junes tt laS Phill im Fri es For Sale Groom t C C Zimmers permanent them afore lIem ill For Sale condition Lost t moneY anyone Store Coal Jos ph buslne mphill Hudson For Sate Absolutely coal He phill dressmakIngWanted wanting weight 8100 75 He at r J R lbws n J R an with- In war cookin your Dace Ward yeiaT x k g j New Laundry We are Agents for the of Winchester Ky out will make two Shipments a week They will turn out only lirsfc class we ask a share of your patronage tf Hetnphill West Want You to Know- I want you to know that I ImveJJitj exclusive sale of IIol East Tennessee semi es not nop and sparkle like coal You want your Louise lilted early this season as Prices hu already advance amlwill continue to advance from nov on Phone me or call at my oilier tf J A Jones Public Sale It not sold privately before the Monday in August 1005 I will on thatday before the Court House door in the town of Lancaster at 2 oclock p m sell to the highest and Jest bidder my farm consisting of 3 acres of land located In Garrard County about one mile from the old paper mill and ad DaileyTermswill be given will be made known on day of sale This July lath 1900 THOMPSON POLLVUD Farm for Sale We have for sab a splendid Garrard County farm It lies on the Lexing ton pike about 3 miles from and contains about 235 acres to 100 acres of this farm are suitable for hemp and tobacco A part of this hemp and tobacco land has been in residence on it This is a tine farm If you wish to see us about it yon can find us at the residence of II C Jell ningt in Lancaster Ky 1m John M Orand Lin Orand 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 the cannon will be carried hundreds of feet into tic 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 tee restial firmness by mesas of a that will be placed in the with her This exhibition startling and as it may seem will positive ly take place at 2 ociock on the second day of the great Danville fair Secretary Bright has just completed arrangements at a heavy expense to have this sensational metropolitan come to Danville and thrill the multitudes which will gather from the surrounding country upon the The woman aeronaut will be loaded into the cannon In plan view of the spectators the ascension will be from the fair grounds and when at proper distance above the earth the will be discharged in the of Perryville As soon as the discharge has been made a 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 oclock which alone will attract crowds Other new and startling attractions will be announced later Remember the dates August 1 2 and 3 3t It you would keep the respect of keep your A Mystery Solved now to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to gie perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at R E Me Roberts drug store im Fun mustnt be taken seriously The End of The World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear 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