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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 10 1906 J i SBrBNrBBNrs JrBAB n x I I na L I r1i1WJAt 1j LADIES Watch our TINAND GRANATEWARE SATURDAY August nth HASELDEN Brothers SALE WcrUJ1J111JNJUs Of bocal Interest Sneed and Kilibrew will give a novel entertainment here August 30 31 and Sept 1 Born to the wife of John C Pepples a daughter John Is the happiest of the happy Ladies should read Haselden Bros advertisement of special sale August 11 Eld Tinder will fill his pulpit at tbe Christian church at the usual time next Sunday We are glad to announce that the Fair held by the colored people was well attended and proved a success Pete Campbell of Cartersville an expert barber is assisting Henry Dun can Call and get a good shave or hair cut The annual convention of the State Sunday School Association will be held at Ashland Aug 21 to 23 Full notice next issue The regular meeting of the WOT U will be held next Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock All members are re quested to be present as Important business is to be attended to Improvements There is already a demand for houses here for next year and seme cottages likely be built There is also talk of a laundry and a tobacco fac tory It is admitted that we have the best town and county on the map Meat Market Mr John C Pepples has purchased the meat market which was success fully operated by Mr L II Mulflnger on the corner of public square and Lexington avenue We welcome Mr Pepples and hope that he will meet with abundant success On Monday night the City Council ratified the sale of the franchise to fish in Lake Placid to the Fishing Club The club met on Tuesday and agreed to begin fishing as soon as Fred frisbie gets some minnows It is known that the lake is well stocked with large fish and the sport will be fine It is said that their meat is food for the brain and It that is true we hope that thousands of them will be caught and devoured by some of our good friends r F M t t t will Fish Saturday Hughes and Swinebroad sold S W Moss farm of 85 acres 4 miles from town to B G Bratton at 50 per acre Your taxes are due so please call and settle as the penalty will be added C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard Co The white teachers counties of GarrardBoyle and Lincoln will be held at Stanford on August 6 to 11 All teachers are required by lass to attend Mittle Dunn Supt Drowned It is rumored at press hour that Harvey Layton age 65 a farmer who lived 2 mles from Hacklev was drowned in Paint Lick Creek while to ford it just after a sud den rise of the water Real Estate Transfer Property is in demand in the good old town of Lancaster and the county of Garrard Hughes and Swinebroads rea estate agency leased Mrs QPheha Dunns property to Mr J H Dunn who sold his drug store at Paint Lick and returned here They also sold Mrs Della Arnolds residence on Stanford avenue to Mrs Mattie Thomas Mrs Josie Bucks residence on Water Street to J E Robinson and R L El kin for Maj W H Collier as an and Mrs Mattie Frisbies on Danville avenue They have a few more town residence which will soon be placed Preliminary Trial On Tuesday Judge Ford tried John Preston for killing of Can Brough ton near Buena Vista last week J E Robinson represented the Common wealth and J I Hamilton appeared for the defense introducing testimony to establish the fact that deceased was drinking quarreling and making demonstrations at the time of tbe killiug and that his conduct toward the defendants wife who was a daugh ter of the deceased had been so shock ing debasing and revolting to every sense of human decency that the kill Ing was clarly excusable and that the unwritten law would release the ac cused even if he was not compelled to shoot in self defense After by counsel the court promptly dismissed the warrant and the prisoner was released from custody Subscribe for The Record To TaxPayers Nov 1 tt Instltutefor the attempting Investment residence arguments I 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 arrive about August the Tenth ClothingShoesHatsFurnishingfioods Manufactures COST Greatest Bargains ever offered to the buying public Let us dress you for the Fair We 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 JutOpened It will pay you to see us before buying your outfit for theFair Positively no goods charged during this Creat Slaughter Sale H T LOGAN OF lwhichwill AT I 1 F r f r I L r cor- rectly4 f a t c t P r CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS It has been many years since the abovenamed resort has enjoyed the liberal patronage received this and the large attendance only goes to prove the fact that with management and good accmmoda lioas Crab Orchard Springs is the most popular resort in the South For some time the people to the seashore but the great expense at tached to such a trip coupled with the important fact that absolutely no benefit was derived has caused the public to realize that a vacation to amount to anything must be spent where there is quiet good fare Is ser ved and there is pure healthgiving waters in abundance When the pre sent manager Capt J B Willis took charge of Crab Orchard Springs the premises were in a dilapidated con dition and the previous management had allowed the reputation of the re sort to become anything but enviable He at once set about to win back the many friends of previous years and has today gamed a reputation tar and wide as the large crowds testify Every cent of profit is placed in im provement and the fact that an elec tric light plant a complete system of new and upto date sewerage will be placed in the buildings next winter goes to prove that the owners of the place ate more than delighted with his work and realize what can oe done here It would be impossible to find a more beautiful place or a more one The heat of the sun is tem pered by constant breezes while stately trees furnish a shade over the entire premises The culinary de partment has the personal supervision of Mrs Willis the estimable and love ly wife of the manager and few regu lar hotels set meals to equal those furnished three times a day here Every substantial and delicacy of the season is served in abundance and with a promptness and neatness which would do credit to the largest hotels in the country Mrs Willis also gives her personal attention to seeing that the guests are well entertained and the guests time is not allowed to drag in the least There have been from 250 to 300 guests here during our entire stay and they are splendid people delightful company and come of the very best families The evening dances are de llghtful while the card parties rowing and driving parties furnish pleasure and recreation it would be difficult to find at even the large Eastern resorts Another important feature is the fact that the people here are ladies and gentlemen and one is not forced to be constantly on guard from fear of being thrown with questionable characters If our readers will pardon a personal reference will say we are about com pletely restored to good health and strength and will return home this week mounting the tripod for next issue of Tbe Record in perfect condl tion for tbe many laborious duties in a country printing office We will here tbank our good friend Judge M D Hughes for timely assistance and the splendid editorial work he did during our absence lie is a wheelboss at the business and we know the readers en joyed his bright spicy productionsLL Wants Richardson to Run Danyille Herald During the of Kentucky Press Association at Grayson Springs last week the editors Inaugurated a boom for Hon W Ver non Richardson of this city for Commissioner in this the second districtThe of the press were so highly pleased with the efficient man ner In which Mr Richardson had con ducted the affairs of tbe association as secretary that they not only reelected him to the important position without any opposition whatever but started a rousing boom for him for one of tbe highest and most Important positions in the gift of people and agreed to stand by him He has not determined as to wheth er or not he will accede to the wishes of his friends and newspaper associates but should he decide to enter there is no doubt but that he can secure the nomination over Hon Thomas Drewry of Louisville who is the only candidate Hon C C McCbord has made an efficient official but has held the place long enough and likely will not offer the action of the press association the Courier Journal says Mr Richardson is one of the best known young men in He was born and reared in Wayne county in the Eleventh dls tract and has many friends up there He is a son of an ex Confederate sol Bier who was popular Mr Richard son is editor of the Danville News is a member of the International Typo graphical Union and is a man of prom inence He is a graduate of the Law Department Centre College and for four years was in the law office of the late Col Jacobs He has taken a leading part in Democratic politics In the Eighth district of which he is now a resident and has as wide an acquaintance as perhaps any young man in the State Special Bargain We have for sale quick a house and 4 acres of land In Lanctster which if bought at once will be priced at a great sacrifice as owner desires to sell and go to his farm See new list of farms this Issue Hughes proper flecked pleasant countless meet- Ing announced In speakIng ot Kentucky B P SiDe summer Railroad before seeding tie ds Judge John W Hughes The Harrodsburg Domocrat of Judge J W Hughes candidacy for Congress has the following to say in reference to his service and claims to promotion at the hands of DemocracyEarning a cowboy on the western plains the money with which to himself he graduated and came back to old Mercer taught school studied law and was chosen thrice to preside over the city and county courts But at the age of twentytwo thirty long years ago he evinced his taste and talents for politics and became a champion of Democracy and a Knight of the Stareyed Goddess of Tariff Reform and such he has con tinned to this day His first not able political speeches were made in behalf of Samual J Tilflen in 1876 when he campaigned for Democracy And from that time until 1894 he slept In the latter year he was succeeded as County Judge by Hon Ben F Roach and Judge Hughes to his farm ind as be from politics forever For three years he kept out of the burlyburly but after the defection and defeat of 1896 he was urged to come out and as list in solidifying and harmonizing the party and he did his part nobly to that end campaigning for Shackel ford against Hindman for Goebel Taylor for Bryan in 1900 and 1904 for Gov Beckham and the State ticket in every race Just here it well to deny a statement that has been Judge Hughes was a delegate and leader for Gen Wat Har din at tbe Music Hall convention He was not even in Louisville during the sitting of the convention Judge Hughes has always been the warm personal friends and supporter of Hon James B McCreary Indeed he and Col E H Gaither have been Mr Me Crearys representatives and managers in Mercer county in every race he has made In Mr McCrearys fight for a seat in the Senate when he was by William Lindsay and John Young Brown Judge Hughes was one of the chief lieutenants of the Madison county statesman at Fiankfort To Congressman George G Gilbert he has been a true and tried friend campaigning for him in his every race In this long service Judge Hughes has not been a fairweather or dress parade soldier of Democrracy He has or been sent where the battle waged the hottest and where lusty blows fell thickest No night was too dark no weather too bad no journey too long no expeness too great when this old warhorse of Democracy heard tbe trumpetcall of duty In these thirty years he has made hundreds of speeches for the party spent of dollars in its behalf and traveled miles without number to help its cause And in all that time he never accepted one cent of expense money or reimbursement Is it not a record to be proud of For the past three years Juoe Hughes has with his faithful freely spent his time and means in an effort to bring about the successor the Burley Tobacco Growers Association in order to relieve the grower from the grasp of tbe Tobacco Trust making speeches in the growers behalf in imany counties of the Burley district From its inception he has been a director in the company The tobacco and hemp interest is a great Interest to the people of this district and should be aided by favorable national legislation If elected to Congress Judge Hughes will urge the passage of favorable to the tobacco and hemp growers of the State in order that they may get a fairer return for their labor which they so justy deserve JudgeHughes Is a himself and knows a farmers needs and if elected he will vote for every measure favorable to the interests of the farmers of this district Fine Trip To Atlantic City Daniel M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles who has number of delightful tours has arranged splendid trip to City via the C 0 Railway len Ing Lexington Thursday Aug entire week will bespent at Atlantic City besides three days of sightseeing in Washington and Philadelphia Cost of trip including B R fare meals and lodging at first class hotels etc otly 3975 from Lexing ton Bowmar will personally con For booklets and details Daniel M Bowmar Versailles t J speak- Ing educate good never retired maybe madethat opposed gone associates tobacco Ky managed MAn tt t against distinguished thousands measures farmer Atlantic duct The sad news has been received that the little daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Palmer age 18 months got hold of some strychnia which she swallowed from which death resulted She was at Mr Joseph McCormacks where her mother was visiting Mr Leslie Hudson age 21 years nephew of Mr B F Hudson this city died in Danville last Friday after a lingering illness Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon by Rev II C Garrison followed by in Bellevue cemetery Mr Robert L Salter well known and having many relatives in this his county died Monday morning at his home in Danville age 74 years after a lingering illness finally effect ins the brain and heart His remains were buried in Danville Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock and the proces sion composed of relatives and friends evinced the high esteem in which he was held He leayes five children Mesdames H A Hudson G W Chesnut Yates Hudson and Robert Salter of Boyle county and Mrs J Wood Davis of Midway He was more than an man in many respects being influential in political financial and commercial circles having served his ward in the city council and held the office of Sheriff of Boyle for several years besides being a Bank Director His valuable counsel will be missed in public and private life A Musical Family Tbe music furnished at Crab Orch ard Springs by Prof Mitchell and family has attracted much favorable comment and those competent to judge say they have never heard bet ter furnished by any one family His wife two daughters and son are must cal wonders while Prof Mitchells work cannot be surpassed His twelve yearold son Emerson is a wonder and his cornet solos attract much and high compliments This boy has played all over the country having attracted wide attention at the Worlds Pair at St Louis His daughter Lillian is a soloist of marked ability while her work with the orchestra is simply wonderful Prof Mitchell was ntfeSacond Kentucky Volunteers during the Spanish war and is a leader of distinc tion and merit The concerts and dance music they are furnishing this summer is widely complimented and very justly so Farm for Sale We have for sale a splendid Garrard County farm It lies on the Lexing ton pike about 3 miles from and contains about 235 acres 75 to 100 acres of this farm are suitable for hemp and tobacco A part of this hemp and tobacco land has been in bluegrass for the last thirty years This farm lies well and has a brick residence on it This is a fine farm If you wish to see us about it yon can find us at the residence of H C Jen ningt in Lancaster Ky 1m John M Orand Lia Orand I Deaths a native ordinary attention bandmaster Lancaster burial Election An election is hereby called In Paint Lick Precinct in Garrard County Ken tuckyforSaturdayAugust 18th 190C at 2 oclock P M for the purpose of elect ing a Democratic Committeeman for said precinct to fill out the unexpired tern of George A Ballard a vacancy having occured In said precinct by the committeeman having moved his resl dence And tbe Democratic voters of said precinct will meet at the time stated at the voting place in said pre cinct and proceed by viva voce vote to electsaid committeeman and they will certify said election to the chairman of the Democratic committee for Gar rard county Kentucky This August 6th 1906 G B Swinebroad Secy W G Goocb Chairman J BeazleyUndertaker 4rteriu and Cayity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill Dentist ee over Danville it Ben D Herndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormei drug DAVIDSON Attorney At IwOffice over Police Court room Prompt attention to business o n 1iiii IIiii I G EARlS I I WmHerndon R store Mor- eL In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Our Annual Summer Sale IS NOW ON For Genuiue Bargains Come To Us L Fake Sales COMPANY iSEiii i r p H Get Co No The Joseph Mercantile COALWe are headquarters for high grade CO AXS I can in terest you in prices and quality Call and see me before laying in yonr winter supply We have an extra grade of SEED RYE and all other Field Seed BALLARD and BALLARDS FLOUR Will pay cash or exchange for Hay BANKS HUDSON YOURaccount is now due and we need the money ii BEST PAINT VALUE Looks Wears Longest Always Uniform McRoberts Drug Store a short time now till that Dinner Set will be given away at Davidsons GUESS now while CAN J JJ YroAttltJIf 1 E Oat Corn gg VVV 0 0I 1m I I CoversMosta Most Economical Full Best Measure ImI- II I I Q 9 S i E i I I i I i I I MNMA I eeee o MOUNT ELLIN 37 woo r you THE National Bank Of Lancaster 10000 to DENRY President J I STORMES Yice Preat SDElIY CaMlt t IIBobl8l R T Bootteeer D D Cochran AlezIR Deonl A i y l41 i til50 000sNs AastCsahr Embry sY IteC1U1ie- Sam1 C- Btiirioit Jotis E tatsnrn 0 Dettnjj Y Yiir AMI Safe WK WILL lee J jWit J M gNtS j CENTRAL RECORD JWued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Bntertd at the Poe Office in Laneatttr taiMail ratter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Kyt August 10 1906 FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county as a can dilate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky In Cognress to succeed Hon 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 cratlc party The assessment of 940000 to hold the Democratic State primary Is en ormous and we might say an unjust method because it clearly creates property qualifications to hold office whereby some capable men are barred from serving the dear people Many of our old statesmen could not enter the contest It would be better to have the state pay the expenses or return to the old method of nominat ing by conventions thus giving every body a chance to enter the race This is democratic With an Immigration law which permits nearly 1000000 of people to be landed here annually without more restrictions as to education or moral fitness we are confronted by a more serious problem than the trust ques Won the race question the labor broils or anything that destroys our peace and prosperity A lake of pure water can easily be pollected by per witting fone water to flow into It A Bank in Chicago closed doors with a deficit of 81000000 and an absent president and cashier One dropped dead another killed himself thus demonstrating the fact that be thought more of his money than be did of his life The wave of reform should roll on until State and national govenments are taken from the control of big Interests that work against the general welfare The revolution in Russia results from the fact that the people havent liberty enough and we may have an other here because we have too much liberty The Democrats will nominate Bryan and the Republicans Roosevelt and we will have a race to the finish Got Bar at Him The lady was making some rMMfta about the kind of clothing some other ladles at church had on The finest garment a woman can wear said her husband Ia the manU of charity Yes she snapped and it is about the only dress Judging by the fuss they make over the bills that some husbands want their wives to wear IB These Harrying Says Passenger on trunk line of railway Somehow the scenery along here looks different from what it used to the road used to run around this hill We go through it now in a deep cut It cost the com pany 160000 and two months work to make the cut butit shortens our run ning time nearly three seconds Cnl cago Tribune Some Idea of His Wealth Host showing him arouse Twen tyMve years ago when the man that owns this block of buildings came to town he a hundreddollars in the world GnestrAnd now Host And By George sir 1 could afford to hold the Job of ambassa ear to Great Britain Chicago Tribune Only One Wko Did Grayce I dont see why you picked such a fellow u George to marry know dozens of better looking brainier richer men Gladys That very true Grayce Then why are you going to marry George Gladys Simply because he has MUd me to dear Chicago Sun Way Dealer All sodftys women are go tug crazy over tea cigarettes I cant account for It aa they are both un pleasant and injurious Friend Injurious are they Dealer Very accounts tot the craca Louisville CoarierJoumaL Infant Legic- Dottle My mamma had another has base before Married papa but he died Willie Gee aint he did Dottle Why Willie Cause If hed lived ked a your stains an they nice Leader Tnetr Bewards- Whs to that poorly clad fellow over thererThaTs Mtt at the bravest soldiers of tIe styli A maker of history And who to UurtMtJhMBtlMk lag eta taJMski tenter- Tfcat MtMwM a ataksr sf to V and depositor- S ConductorYea hadnt lout w Clay fi 4 t 8eeona ems Tit Bita sow and I rlendThat eke you glad been alas aA war U a Mrlt Heat CASTOR I A- TMhYNbs llt sr tit x y r t THE AT WORK IIIJRCI A NEW MOVEMENT Effort to Extend the Scope and j of the Travelers Aid Work The Boston Young Womens ian association has received a visit 01 inquiry from Miss Bullis in behalf oi Miss Grace Dodge representing a new in New York for the ex tension of travelers aid work Ulti mately it is expected that a national organization will be formed This in quiry has emphasized the fact that the Boston association is doing a large work than any similar organization in the world says the Christian World The steamships from the Canadian provinces and from home and foreign ports are covered and when requested the depots also Several thousand are met in tne course of a yeai and numerous women and girls are guided to tneir destinations in Boston and vicinity and in trips to near and distant states throughout the country The protection afforded is said to ba not only a security to those aided and their friends but a guardianship against the designs of evil men and institutions The travelers fur nished lodgings and meals When need ed their tickets are authenticated friends en route and on arrival at des tination are furnished The work ii regarded as a preventive saving and rescue work incessantly needed The Boston association is in receipt oi numerous applications for trained or ganlzers and teachers of the variout of association work These applications have come not only from different parts of our country but from foreign and missionary lands Several graduates of the of Christian work are said to be laboring with success in foreign lands Inquiries from England han led to publication in England of of the work of the associations school of domestic science and Chris flan work and communications have been received which state that no in stitution of an exactly similar kind exists in England yet the need for such an institution for girls of all classes who have left school is very great Residential colleges in con nection with the various polytechnics and Young Womens Christian asso ciations are advocated in England REVIVAL IN BULGARIA Report of the Results of General Con ference of Protestant Churches The recent general conference ol the Protestant churches in Bulgaria held in Philippopolis the latter part ol October writes Rev Mr Popoff was a sounding note for a revival in Bul garia The conference was opened with a detailed account of the religious now going on in Wales England and elsewhere The writer pointed out how do we stand in reference to these revivals While our national church and press have not taken notice at all of what the Holy Spirit is doing in other lands we Protestants are hoping and praying for a similar revival in Bulgaria This was the one allim portant theme of every meeting and many earnest prayers were sent to the throne of God for this object The conference was largely attended Many a village was represented by a single new follower of the cross It was a delightful sight to look upon the sturdy peasants who had come from amidst persecutions They were eager to catch every word of prayer and speech that was spoken An expriest of the Greek church who had just excom municated himself from the priesthood attended all the meetings and took part in testimony and prayer From previous experience we have learned to be rather suspicious of such verts NEW HEAD OF V M C A Lord Kinnatrd Chosen as the Succes nor of the Late Sir George Williams The national council of the Young Mens Christian association meeting in London has unanimously a p pointed Lord Kin n a 1 r d president and successor to the late Sir George Williams For over 30 years Lord Kinnalrd has been actively as sociated with the Young Mens 1 I Christian1 work In his president was a fa sinus athlete and is very popular with young men Times Have Changed One of the daily papers calls often tion to the fact that a few years ago the reading of the Bible and Protestant worship were both forbidden in the Philippine islands Now Methodists Baptists Presbyterians lists and Episcopalians churches and in the Islands many thousand copies of the Scriptures are distributed Of Recent Date Now Tommy said the fond par ent who was it that discovered the handwriting on the wall The teacher promptly replied Tommy an said I did it with ay new pencil an kept me In Chicago Dally News the Original Issues Uvgglas Thear you are about to take flyer In matrimonial Hoggins Yes second mortgage bode MrngglM Whats the Huggins Im engage to a wMW i i ChristI vessels are departments revivals cop association LORD KINNAIRD daystJaenew t d 1 I 11 J7 iff lt rJ 1 I i Usefulness movement department accounts early have missions and yet S bonds a aware i II- 44t l R 1 A primary election is hereby call ed for Saturday the first day of 1906 in all the voting in the Eighth Congressional of Kentucky at the regular places between the hours of 6 oclock a m and four oclook p m for the purpose of selecting a Democratic for Representative in in said District 2 All Democrats who are said District and who are legal voters on November 6 190G will be premltted 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 fif teen days before the date for holding said primary tbe sum of seven hun dred dollars to be used in defraying the expenses of holding said primary election and at the same time of mak ing said deposit each candidate must give written notice to said Chairman that he desires to be a candidate at said 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 lion of voters the Democratic Com of such counties or the Chair man thereof ia authorised to cause the names of Democrats registered at the last general registration to be copied into separate books as is re quired by law 5 Said election shall be held in all respects as is required by law for hold ing 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 6 The Democratic County Commit the of each county shall appoint the officers 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 eqnally divided as possible as to Judges Clerks and Sher ills among the various candidate The officers of said primary election will when the polls are closed proceed at once to count the votes cast for each person for said office and after counting the votes they will return to the boxes sealing up the boxes and the Sheriffs of the election precincts will by next Monday morning carry and deposit the boxes with the of the County Committee at the court house in the respective counties The officers of the election at each precinct will make a written state ment of the number of votes cast for each person voted for for the said office 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 the Chlrman 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 lion 8 And on next day after said re turns have been made the County Com mittee shall meet and canvass the re turns and certify the same to the Chairman of theDistrlct Committee of the Eighth Congressionol District which District Committee shall on Wednesday the fifth day of Septem ber 1906 at 10 oclock a m in the city of Nicholasville Jessamine county Kentucky meet and canvass the re turns declare the result and issue a certificate of nomination to the candidate 9 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 ex penses of sold 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 cacdidates shall be assessed to supply such deficit Provded however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the conditions herein imposed by Aug 19 1906 then the Chairman of the Die tract is directed to reconvene the Com mittee as soon thereafter as practica ble at Nicholasville Ky and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the Democratic party for said once and to issue to him a certificate of nomination and the primary election herein orderd will not be held 1L Tne order on the ballot in which the names of the Candidates who may enter this primary shall be printed shall be determined by lot 12 No registration shall be required in towns orcities where no registration has been had under the general law J Norton Fitch Chairman Letcher Saunders Secretary 5t FARM For SALE farm OB Sugar Creek we with to 73 OB old DM pike JJisalieaf rum Iao teK CALLFOR Congressional Primary September Congress residents- of ittee successful sell laraoX acres G7iDDi precincts District voting Chairman election Saving sold our now our file i i tom 1 4 J-e Mr v d We are Closing Out Our entire stock of Buggios Surries 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 TTBToTo For every 5OO 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 ROBINSON J B COLLIER Salesman Prompt Payments of Losses Mate Ion Friends Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and discount J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceBy special arrangements with Bast In Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 SPECIAL BARGAINS White Lawn Shirtwaists Short and long sleeves They are regular i5o waist all marked for quick selling 99c 125 yrrdwide strictly all Silk Black Taffata warranted- to wear per yard 89c 75C yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c 100 per yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at 49c White Goods 20 to soc Dotted Swiss to close per yard 15cWe 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 Atlatic City Cape lay ail otter Coast Resorts 1600 Round trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday a Tickets good 15 days and permitting stopover at Washington Bal returning Through sleepers and coaches BO cars Secure space now For full information call on orwrlte G W I I I I I I I I J 1 r i paidMondaywithout This WEEK UW 11 Ji AI w4liJt1iJLJ I A of araeyDP A Lexington Ky 1111 lJl r1Jl1IJ 1ILT 1 N VI 1 s F gaet til ore and Philadelphia kt Closing I am closing out my sum mer stock ofMILLINERY at cost to make room for Pall Goods I have experienced trimmers Call and get a bargain Mrs Alexander Walker That Smooth Finish 10000 lOUaODODODOOMOOOMO I I Out I I i i I I I I I I I Loooouuloo I I aE P 1 r So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We call for vour work I will LAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington COSBY VAN LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky J II Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class Monuments and Tombstones We are prepared to do the very best work at reasonable prices We will be glad to furnish work for our friends anywhere In the county Jesse DWearen Iisiroce1 A STANDING ARMY may be necessary to help Monarchs on their thrones but all the armies of the world are as chaff before A TORNADO Better than an army is a Policy loss by Windstorms in the The Some Insurance Co of New York The Largest The most Popular Office phone 48 Residence phone 41 Lancaster Kentucky Ate MM kr F P FRISBIB DnurgUt MaN I against r i r i i I at- I 1 J II i4I1Jk11a11- 6f1Y Npnetaaiembk tsf iwrwitiiWeelUYfa ll ttateenwllletieIdea 3MYS ar i DONT MISS TAILORING FALL OPENING Monday and Tuesday August 13th and 14th This is a splendid opportunity to get highclass Tailoring and one that you cant afford to miss The best thing about it is its the quality of the tailoring One of the expert Cutters and Fitters from our New York Tailoring House will be in attendance at our Opening He will be glad to tell you of the latest styles and show you samples Come and see the New Fashions During the opening we shall show more than Six Hundred Samples of Fashionable Fabrics representing the best products of foreign and domestic mills The Cutter who will be with us is an Expert on Fashions his advice will be found most valuable He will be ready to help you select the best Cloths and models and mike up your goods in the best possible manner Prices are reasonable We cordially invite you to come in even if you do not wish to order just now We guarantee fits OUR Ea s i I uzurPersonal Points Mr J B Conn went to Louisville on business Miss Rella Arnold Is with relatives in Nicholasville Mrs A H Rice has returned to her home in Louisville Miss Grace Kinnaird is visiting in Barbourville Mazie Faris of Kirksville is visiting Dr G C Faris and wife Mr R L Elkin visited his brother Dr W S Elkin of Atlanta Mr W C Wherritt and family have been here with relatives Miss Alice Henderson of Indianapo lis is visiting Mrs E C Gaines Miss Lena Rigney has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr John C Moss has returned business trip to Williamsburg Msss Betsy West who has been ill for sometime is very much better Prof W S Young has been visiting his cousin Mrs Kirk several days Mr Harve McRoberls and family of Stanford were visitors here Sunday Mrs Martha Frisbie has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Wages of Richmond has been with Miss Allis Arnold for a few days Miss Norine Henry has returned from a weeks stay at Dripping Springs Mrs Dorcas Walker and daughter Nancy are visiting relatives in Miss Callie Adams is visiting her sister Mrs E T England of Barbour vllle Mr M E Wilson of Lula been here with friends and rela lives Hon J E Robinson is attending the County Attorneys meeting atOlympia SpringsMr Anderson and Capt T A Elkin have returned from Olympia SpringsMrs Arnold of visiting her daughter Mrs Sam JohnstonMr Respess of North Carolina has joined his wife and children for a visit here Mr Richard Anderson of French Lick is visiting his mother Mrs Sue AndersonMrs Yancey and daughter of Lexington have been making a visit here Marrs of Knoxville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John AndersonMisses Doty and Angle Kin naJrd have returned from Crab Springs Misses Martha and Helen GUI have gone to Chautauqua N Y to spend several weeks Mr Millard West of Washington City is the guest of his mother Mrs Jennie West Mrs Joe Falconer and children and Miss Mary Forman left this week for MiddlesboroughMrs has joined her husband for a few days visit at Crab Orchard Springs Mr W H Beazley and wife of Louis vine are guests of his parents Mr and Mrs W A Beazley Misses Pauline and Margaret Hooker of Stanford are visiting their Mrs Mattie Duncan Miss Ellen Bettis and daughter Mite Pearl have been spending a week at Dripping Springs Mrs Ed Hamilton and children of Louisville were the guest of Mr and Mrs Cyrus Eason last week Misses Margaret Crooke and Mary of Madison county have been guests of Miss Lucie Hart Gregory Mr W M Bogle and wife after a visit to relatives in Hustonville are again with Mr and Mrs WH Wneriitt Mrs B F Hudsoiv Mrs F P Frlsbie relatives from- a Mississippi- has RIchmond- Is Mrs W R Hams Missouri Orchard aunt j t and son Hudson have returned from a months stay at Winona Lake In diana Mr and Mrs F W Miles after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Solon Henry returned this week to Eldora ArkMrs T Eason and children and Miss Minne Conely of Danvillewere the guests of Mrs Cyrus Eason last FridayMiss Margaret and Joan Mount Messers John Burnside and Branham Beazley spent Sunday at Crab Springs Lexington Leader Miss Helena Bright who is visiting relatives in Lancaster and Stanford is expected home Monday Messers J H Kinnaird E G Doty James Smith John Ray and Ware Mc Roberts have been guests of Crab Orchard Springs Miss Margaret Tomlinson Miss Miss Marksbury and R L spent a few days at Crab Orchard Springs this week Dr R E Rowland wife and daughter who have beeu guests of Mr Solon Henry and family have returned to their home in Huttig Ark Dr and Mrs J M Staught Middletown Ohio Monday They were accompanied by Mrs H A B Marksbury who will make them a visitMrs Banks Hudson and little daugh tar Porter Scott Mrs Alexandar and daughter Miss Gussie are spending the week at Crab Orchard SpringsMisses Eliza Smith Knapp West Ethel West Ethel Dunn Prof Man nix and Clay are in Stanford this week attending the Teachers InstituteMiss Duncan Lulemores of Owensboro and Miss Jane Faulkner Goodloe of Richmond are attractive visitors at Bowling Green the country home of Miss Gregory Stanford Interior and Mrs Horace Herndon of Lancaster spent Sunday with relatives here Miss Tommie Francis of Lancaster is with Mrs J E Cummins Mr Arthur Mahan returned to his home in Williamsburg Wednesday Mr Maban has been making Lancaster his home for the last year and has made many friends all of whom hate to see him leave Little Miss Mary Gaines was given a birthday party Friday afternoon from 3 to 5 oclock it being her eighth birth day Delightful refreshments were served and Miss Gaines proved a very charming hostess Miss Sallie Adams left Tuesday for Niagra Fails Toronto and Lake Chau tauqua Miss Adams was one of the winners in tbe Kentucky Issue Ex cursion and a very popular and faith f workerMiss Arnold of Louis yule has been with reltaives here Miss Arnold has taken charge of tbe Gray street Infirmary of Louisville as superintendent of nurses Tills is is quite a compliment to our Garrard nurse Lexington Leader Mrs Mamie Thompson and Miss Lewis Thompson returned Saturday from Lancaster where they have been visiting Mrs Fannie Farra for a delightful family reunion Mr and Mis Everett Farra and children were also among those who attended the reunion One of the most delightful affairs of was the lawn party given by Mr Duke Goodloe and Miss Vir ginia Goodloe Monday evening at their beautiful suburban home Ele gant refreshments were served and a present of Wrens Ga Mr Bell of Charlotte N C and 0 T Wallace Jr of Wash Ington D last week after a months rieit to their parents Mr Wallace at Point Mr and Mrs Wallace gave their ion a large reception upon his return from PanuM Orchard AI tie Davidson returned- to Kauffman JournalMr theseason presentThe Mrs G C Boyce alert OT Leaven Kennedy e C Todd and Mrs and- re L 81AKKS1JU11Y Mr Jim Royston who has bad ma larial fever is improving Mark Goins sold a lot of fat hogs to Clate Arnold for 585 per cwt John Simpson sold to T I Herring some stock hogs for 600 per cwt Miss Georgia Dunn has returned home after a pleasant visit to rela tives at Falrview Wanted By the Ladies Working Society Comforts to tack Work very cheap satisfaction guaranteed- Mr W D Marksbury returned home Saturday from Marcellus where he has been assisting Mr Frank Robinson in his store and has accepted a position in the store of A H Bogle for an inde finest time Mrs Milton Ross is some better after a very sick spell Next Sunday Brother Foleyappoint at Freedon 11 oclock A M Mr and Mrs Ben Shearer visited Mrs Shearers parents Saturday and SundayFrank Broadus little boy has been of Mr Tom Bakers children has been sickThe patrons of School Dist No 10 have built a house over the cistern at the school house which protects itvery much Uncle Joe Simpson and Mr Alex Ray of Valley View passed through our town last week en route to Buck eye the home of their childhood Shearer Brothers and Coy weighed to Hughes Gayly last Monday a lot of 1000 Ibs steers at 3 35 per 100 also Lige Baker a lot 1100 Ibs at 41c to same URYANTSVILLE Miss Maud Martin is visiting Miss Helen Davis at Paris Quite a number from here attended the Danville Fair last week Miss Gertrude Black of Barbour ville has been visiting the Misses Mar etMisses Mittie Dunn and Eliza Ison are in Stanford attending the Teach ers Institute Mr and Mrs W T Wooifolk of Lex ington spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W Mr and Mrs Rose of Louisville are with Mr and Mrs Bradley Cunningham for several weeks Mr W J Hogan who received serious injuries from a fall sometime ago is improving slowly Mr W M Jenkins of Indianopolis spending several weeks with his fath er Mr C M Jenkins Mrs James Burnside will leave in a few days to spend several weeks at Petoskey Michigan Miss Elizabeth Ford and Mamie Stormes Dunn of Lancaster have been visiting Miss Edna Berkele Miss Anna Bain who has been the attractive guest of Miss Mable Martin has returned to her home at Lazing ton Mr J C Williams of Loveland Ohio has been elected cashier of the bank of Bryantsvllle Mr Williams will take charge of his duties in a few days Mrs B F Patton died last Wednes day night after an illness of several weeks and was buried in Lexington Friday morning Before her marriage Mrs Patton was Miss Sophia Herd of Fayette county In her death this community loses one of Its most woman as she was loved by all who knew her She is survived by a husband and six children who have the sympathy of every one of their acquaintances Unnecessary Expanse 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 eases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remmedy is at hand A dose of this remedy will relieve the patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to fall eves la the most severe and daDocues and no family should be without 16 For sale by R E McRoberU The reliable druggist at Laacaiter VIM NINA I I very sick but Is better now also one I I I i estimable expenses SS STORING POTATOES Conditions to Be Observed If the Most Satisfactory Results Are Obtained I have found in my experience on the farm that it is necessary to use consider able care in the storing of potatoes in the cellar if they are to be made to k ep well and not sprout or rot The storing in open bins used to be followed by my father when I was a boy and the pota toes got a good deal of sunlight and warmth The result was that several times throughout the winter we boys had Jobs sprouting the potatoes The work is all right but the potatoes are reduced in condition each time they are permitted to sprout The moisture that goes out in the sprouts leaves the tubers soft and wrinkled In that condition they are of little value for eating and of less value for seed There are two things that need to be looked after in the storing of potatoes One is to keep the potatoes boxed or barreled tight so as not to permit the air to pass through the storage places and draw moisture from the tubers The other is to keep the cellar cool Un der modern conditions this is more difficult than it was underthe old for the reason that many of our farmhouses are now heated by means of furnaces which greatly increase the warmth in the cellar In a case of this kind it is absolutely necessary to have a second cellar beyond the first or have the first cellar divided into two parts by a double wall that will not permit the heat from the furnace to warm the air the cellar to the open air must be fixed to open so that now and then throughout the winter the storage cellar may be filled with cool air Potatoes must be kept from sprouting and must also be kept from losing moisture They should be as sound and hard late in the winter as when first put in the cellar FERTILIZER FOR CELERY What This Table Delicacy Needs for Its Most Successful Growth Celery feeds largely on nitrogen and does best in a soil well stocked with vegetable matter In other words it revels in a black loam or muck soil The best fertilizer is well decayed farmyard manure strewn in the of the furrow made to receive the plants and stirred in the same as to mix it with earth by running a one horse cultivator along the furrow with the teeth set close Compost made of decayed sods and leaves will answer the same purpose If commercial fer tilizers are used the Ingredient most needed is nitrogen applied at the rate of say 100 pounds per acre Fifty pounds per acre could be sown along the rows at the time of planting just after the plants have been set and the balance some weeks later Usually each state requires the tilizer to be analyzed before it is put on the market and a statement of the analysis to be furnished with the goods In some instances suggests the Farm and Home such materials may be chemically analyzed by applying to the state chemist or to the chemist of the agricultural college As Is gen erally known nitrogen may be in the form of nitrate of soda sulphate of ammonia and slag EASILYMADE SAW CLAMP Something Every Farmer Needs When Putting Hew Edge on His Saws The simple saw clamp here illustrated is made as follows Take two oneinch boards and dress each down on one side I i I I In the other portion The windows from bottom few conditions purchased CLAMP FOR SAW to early a edge Construct a base to hold these as shows la the cat itcaa be made to ataad either oa the beach or OB the leer tke saw ia the Beveled ia kaaas aad tUB tesertta beveled slot A slight tapping with the fcumw will reader R perfectly Place iIu boards roar the rial 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 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Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson I J J Walker T M Arnold I t 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 uwner as he pays us our com mission based 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 market 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 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 I I No 1 Brick store room on public square in Lancaster 25 feet frontage runs buck full length of the block Is in the best business poriion of the town Can sell this property so as to net purchaser 7 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 acres in grass 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 ami well light ed Dwelling portion has huge 2 story hall 1 rooms and bath room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable at the rear of premises opening on alley Price i75000 The building alone without the ground IB worth the money No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit you In location and price No 9 Large and commodious brick bnsl ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 21X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls mid 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 14 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large under the house The building on cost what we ask for it Trice 500000No 2 new cottage houses on Totten 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 i sight ot the Graded school of the best residence sections of the City Irlce 200000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 12 above for farm proDertv No 15 85 acres of first class laud on the pike J 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 5500 per acre No 16 71 acres jf 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 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 65 00 per acre No 17 aw1 acresofflnehempandtobacco land on Kirksvllle pike In Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder In grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools l ew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out bniHings 2 miles from Churches school stores ic This property is right on pike and Is well Improved aud Is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy paymentsNo 38 acres of land and nice 5 room cot tage 1 l miles from Lancaster right on tin pike good improvements mostly in grass sev eral acres In tobacco this year As an invest ment this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000 No 19 107 acresof 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 land on there is 100 fine sugar maples 23 acres in grass balance in cultiva tion watered by never failing springs and ponds Trice 2000 per acre No 21 331 acres of fine hemp and tobacco land in Garrard County only 2 miles from Lan caster runs right along the pike is near an other Dike 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 smaller farms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers 5250 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 6250 per No 21 A farm of 20 acres in Garrard Co Hemp tobacco land never falling water The residence of the late Mrs Annie Herring is for sale and also a lot imed lately back of the said residence prop erty The aforesid property is on Rich mond street in Lancaster This is a splendid piece of property The house is a two story frame and there aresix or seven acres of land in all For prices etc see or write me tf E F Herring IroG 00 I this property avenue A desirable home and In one X cultivation 2 land in which I I fronting on I For I basement s 4 timbered into acre and Sale i farme house 7 rooms large stock barn and 2 barns tenant house G miles from Ian caster 7000 per acre No 27 3C5 acres of as good laud as in Gar rail County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Can be divided into 2 of 3 farms Will sell all ro a portion to anyone buyer See us for price No 29 C7 acres ol well improved land on a pike village stores and churches ischool Splendid cistern t well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7000 yer acres No 30 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 has plenty bf water awl a good orchard The entire property will be sold together This Is a good opportunity for n man who desires to go into businnsa in n good business place See us for price No 31 1214 acres of land 4 miles from Lancaster 4 room frame house good stock barn dairy and other out buildings of the land in grass watered by never tailing 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 mlles from town and tf 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 in good neighborhood Laud will grow lump tobacco and any other crops abundantly See us for further particulars and price No 33 143 acres on pike 2 miles from Lancaster 100 acres in corn 0 acres in tobac co 20 acres in wheat balance in grass good frame fi room house and other outbuildings 6 acre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre No 31 1J2 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 JISOO per acre on easy terms No35 71 acres on miles of Lancas ter land in corn hemp and meadow Small frame house and outbuildings a bargain See us for price NoSG 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses In Garrard County hemp and tobacco laud well fenced and wat er In abundance Ask us about this one and for price No 352 G9i acres of land on pike No 35 above 8 room residence good bars and out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in corn balance In grass will sell at a bargain or will sell In connection with No 35 above making a farm of 140Jf 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 No37 100 acres of first class land pike c miles from Lancaster 1 mile from rail road G room frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever never falling stock water W acres can be put In wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco and hemp land WOO per acre NoSS 2 story frame store house 25x70 feet i stroy 7 room dwelling barn outbuildings granery cribs scales and 2 acres of land well located at a business point on the rail road in small village A splendid chance for anyone desiring to run a store Party now running it carries merchandise stock of 18500000 Price S250000 which is less than the cost of the improvements No 39 50 acres of good land near Bethel church In Garrard County good frame house of 7 rooms 35 acres In grass balance In running water good orchard well and cistern at dwelling good stock barn and 4 acre tobacco barn This land will grow hemp tobacco and all other crops Buildings comparatively new Price 200000 No 4o 115 acres of hemp and tobacco land 5 miles from Lancaster within Ji mile ol pike on good private road improvements room frame house plenty fruit fencing good at house large pond and springs good barns one new barn room for 1J 45 acres of grass SO anre In corn SO acres in wheat stubble Possession given for purposes This Is a dandy good farm worth the monoy 84750 per acre Want You 1 you to that I bavethe exclusive sale Joy Hot coal called East Tennessee Cannel does not other mixed coal You want your house filled early this season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to advance from now on Phone me or call at my office tf J A Jones tobacco I mile of Will sell at adjoin- Ing ongood cistern P seeding t now want k w pop and sparkle water a pikes cultivation acres tobacco ke y Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins Rouse Paint Haschlcn Bros To save money on Harness see Ilaseldeu Bros car load My mottoIs full weight or idOcts worth for 100 weigh after me and be convindcd Phone 140 J A Jones tf The Volo Is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Car load of Ellwood wire fence just received FJjiselden Urns Ice Crean Soda Water at Drug Store tf There is but one Rubcroid Rooting We sell it Bros Bring vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanfordtf Fresh light bread everyday at 7Am mers tf Dont fail to see the latest thing in hats just received at Hemphill West Fresh cakes baked every day at Zim mers tf Our Ice Cream Soda is sirnpjy del icious Try a glass f tf A firoom cottage well improved with i acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept The Volo is the latest and greats creation in Sewing Machines tf 1 We are exclusive agents in for Lowneys Fine Box Candy We keep their full assorsmerit and al ways fresh Fnsbies Drug Store tf 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo Robinson tf We handle the celebrated Lowneys candies and receive fresh stock every few days i miners tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson Come on with your watches and clucks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf We have just line of ties Come and see they are picked over West Ten room two story house one half block from the square on Danville st Lancaster Ky Suitable for Hotel good garden and stable Apply at Jno M Orand at once at Lancaster Ky A number one yearling bull 3t Win Royston Point Leavell For Saie Superior wheat drill Good as new H K Herndon I P Thompson is selling everything in the jewelry line at cost This is no joke tf 1 second hand surrey in good A bargin See Haselden Bros interest you in prices on coal and wheat Banks Hudson New goods arrived at Thompsons the Jeweler tf Strayed Strayed from my place on Danville st 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 orifice 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 price Sweeney Morgan tf We are headquarters for everything in the paint line will you better value tor your money any one else Frisbies Drug Storqf tf Ward pays cash for eggs and dont growl about it 2t Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated if sent to Banks Hudson tf Arthur Joseph is interested with us in Laundry business andwill appro elate it if you will give him your work tf Hemphill 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 need the money Please remember that there is expense attached to sending out a collector and dont require him to call the second time Haselden Bros The Volo is sold and guaranteed by Robinson tf bushels seed rye for sale Ab solutely pure Sweeney Morgan Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking it is the best it is the cheapest you get 10 bushels fo 125 Phone 140 tf J A Jones Shipments of Tuesday and Thursday of eacn week give your work to Arthur tf West A small farm of 20 or 25 acres See Hughes Swinebroad For Sale or sent Cottage 5 rooms on Stanford street Possession given at once tf Mrs Clara Bettis 1 will pay highest market price for your country hams Want some at once W H Ward 2t i saleSpecialmeasnre and Frsbi6s s For Sale IC Rbms n- Lancaster J C gotten n th Item For Rent For Sale For Sale condition I can Lost n Coal Hudson J For Sale 500 n H phlll Wanted s ns pas i h Drug- Store 5a qw hill aright tb Lau dry t t Wo are Agents fif Winchester make two Shipments a weep They will only llrst work and we ask a share of your tf Hemphill West Save Telephone and Express by or Bering line cut llnvers from Ed C GainesSubject to vour approval and receiv ed on tour to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designer a Special tf Flowers goes every where with ex press prepaid when ordered Through the leading Flowerist agt Ed C Gaines Phone 100 tf Handsome Flowers Public Sale day before the Court House door in the town of Lancaster at 2 oclock p in sell to highest and best bidder my farm consisting of 30 acres of land located in Garrard Counry about one mile from the old paper mill and ad DalleyTermswill he given will be made known on day of sale This July 15th 1900 THOMPSON POLTJUID A Mystery Solved How to keep oil 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 lo give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at R E Me Roberts drug store 1m Fun mustnt be taken seriously The End of The World of troubles that robbed E II Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffering which I would never have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Sure curcforStomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaran teed by R E McRoberts drugstore 1m If you would keep the respect of others keep your own Summer Diarrhoea in Children During the hot weather of the months the first unnatural loose ness 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 E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valua ble remedy especially for summer tits orders in children Sold by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at Ira The road to success has many byway Make Hay While the Sun Shines I There is a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer He knows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and he prepares for the showers which are so liable to follow So it should be with every household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholera morbus may at tack some member of the home with out warning Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is the best known medicine for these diseases should always be kept at hand as immediate treatment is necessary and delay may prove fatal For sale by R E McRoberts The relia ble druggist of Lancaster 1m The average self made man ought to be ashamed of the job Galvestons Sea Wall makes life 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 He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years had been groAving worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to Every bottle guaranteed at R E McRoberts drug store Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1m There promises pulling time over in China In Self Defence Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when be was gercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c at R E McRoberts drug store Im KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS Dr New GainesPhone 4thMonday tIP n summer u t a k e to be a quene WITH Discovery Now Lau erY forthe laundryKy ant turnout pa r Wage N Debility Lancaster 4 I FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price BOcSIOO Free Trial II Surest and Quickest Cure for aU THROAT and LUNG or MONEY DACE TROUBLES THE UVfcfc aUARAMf iNfc p- I TAKING HIS MEALS OUT Hurried has ruined a stomach The digestiondestroying is gradual often unnoticed at But it a short time until the the digestive organs way an countless man win endeavors to economize time at the 0 of his health torpid liver causes a quarantine of the system It locks germs and affords titans fall play inviting some serious illness i T i Ti i sluggish liver and constipation are un so are all stomach as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches affec tions No family should be without this standard e ITwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by R K TlcUobert Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orcnard CoHcencrate later PRICE SOc R E McRoberts druggist has the ex Jusive agency for this water in Kentucky Whites C C Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY HOWES THWEMAJ MASSES SOMETHING NEW andentirely different from the old style Made in regular reading glasses and in farsighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style and are superior in every way WE GUARANTEEt- hem and will promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye troudle write us mentioning this paper and well tell you how to get a pair of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your trouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY I BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run and a year ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys was recommended the first bottle gave me great relief and alter the second bottlo I waa entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AID LM For sale by C C T B Storme mans live almost J CIA where used y nearsightedand FOLEYSKIDNEY or i i years takin SOLD AID RECOMMENDED Ii process the ur Lancaster V V J S CURES w I 9 M t