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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 17 1906BlfYBNrIlENXB YEAR AO rzs lDLfle r u Are you going to build a Tobacco Baru If you are we can save you money on your NQilSI Hinges Roofing TIN WORri There is only one Ruberoid Roofing and we sell it See US Write US I Phone US HASELDEN Tobacco Knives I jL J J Beazley Undertaker acndr V r It ore i Brothers f At Arterial and Cavity Embalming line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street Just above Presbyterian cburcb Phone 11L Fun o IiiiiAll1i3 I CHRIS EARlS Ici Ii Dentist OMce over I Danville IS r 1 score WmHerndon Ben D Herndon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Btorme drag store f L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Oflce over Police Court room Prompt attention to tmslnen FOR CONGRESS 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 Q O Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Farm for Sale We have for sale a splendid Garrard County farm It lies on the Lexing ton pike about 31 miles from Lancas ter and contains about 235 acres 75 to 100 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 nlngtln Ky ta John M Grand LID Grand f R are Helen w 4 I rit r ti T Lancaster k ikr Of bocal Interest The Ladies Aid Society will with Mrs Elizabeth Mason Saturday afternoon Eightyseven tickets were sold to Cincinnati on the 81 50 excursion Sun day Another will be run Sunday week The union services will be held in the Presbyterian church next Sunday evening beginning at 745 Everybody invited W B Burton has just returned from Eastern Kentucky where he bought three car loads of horses and mules at prices ranging from 12500 to 20000 Eld Geo Gowen formerly of this city will begin a series of meetings at Hubble next Sunday Quite a num ber of Lancaster people have signified their intention of attending The chain gang is doing some good work on the streets and Chief Beazley hopes to have all in good condition cold weather They had been al lowed to get into a disgusting condi tion John Diamond and Charley Ander son were tried for stealing chickens and held to the grand jury If these and a few more similar citizens can be given a free ride to the Frankfort pen it will be of great benefit to Lan caster The August term of the Garrard Cir cult Court will convence Monday the usual run of business The cases of the Commonwealth against Sam Jennings for killing Mace Miller and Will Humber for George Pollard will be called for trial The foundation tor the Garrard Bank and Trust Companys building is rapid ly nearing completion and the brick layers will soon be at work This will be one of the bestconstructed buildings in the state absolutely fire proof and of handsome design Eld F M Tinder was called to Nich olasville Sunday to deliver an adress on the temperance question He has given this allimportant matter care ful study and is prepared to make a most interesting talk thereon If all advocates of the temperance cause were as conservative and conscientious in their work much more good would result Having Great Time The Record has received acard from Miss Mary Lear dated in Paris France in which she says the party of Courier Journal tourists are having a most time Miss Lear has much attention abroad by her beau ty and winning ways For Commissioner of Agriculture Among the bestequipped candi dates in the field is Senator J W New man of Versailles who is running for the nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture He has had wide exper ience in public matters is thoroughly competent and will fill the office to the perfect satisfaction of all concerned Keep him in mind when casting your ballot and remember that you will make no mistake in voting for him Revival Service A series of meetings will begin at the Christian church in this city Sep tember 23rd John E Pounds and wife and Miss Ida Mae Hanna of will constitute the evangelistic force Mr Pounds is a preacher of na tional reputation and recognized abili ty Mrs Pounds expects to do special work among the women and She will remembered as the author of many of the best songs that are sung Miss Hanna is a soloist and leader of song Further notice will be given later Death of A Good Man One of Garrard countys most proms nent and substantial farmers Rufus Moss passed away his home near Lancaster last Thursday night after a lingering illness He was widely known among the farmers and a man well thought of by everyone who had the pleasure of his acquaintance He moved to Garrard county several years ago purchasing the B F Hudson farm on Lexington pike He was and honorable and was ready to do a good turn by his neighbors The re mains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Saturday afternoon Samual E Carey Dead Notice has been received from Keokuk Iowa announcing the death of Mr Samual E Carey with occurred at the place last week Mr Carey was eightytwo years of ago and spent his early life in Lancaster at one time being associated with the late Gen JLandram in the publication of a newspaper here He wellknown by older citizens and was a man of high standing in his home He was an occa sional contributor to these and his productions were always read with great interest He was president of the Iowa State Insurance Co and well known and quite popular in his adopted state Demaree to Speak Court Day Hon T B candidate for congress on the Prohibition ticket will speak at the court house next county court day at one oclock Other candidates for congress cordially Invlt ed Let all friends of temperance be present 2t I 6 meet I with attracted childred at Industrious was Demaree before delightful Cincinnati columns s r After a severe Illness Miss Maude Pollard died at the home of her moth er on Danville street Friday She suffered from typhoid fever She a daughter of the late George Pollard the policeman killed here several months since She was an exceedingly bright girl and bad many friends a mong ber acquaintances The remains were interred at the Lancaster Cemetery Great Cattle Show The American Shorthorn Breeders Association has agreed to duplicate the amount offered in premiums for cattle at the Big Bluegrass Fair to be held at Lexington the week of Sept 17 to 22 The committee on classifications has appropriated 885 for Shorthorns and the generous of fer of the Shorthorn Breendrs Asso ciation will make the total amount to be offered for this one breed of cattle Such a sum insures a splendid cattle show The appropriations for other breeds are liberal as that for Shorthorns and there will be at Lex ington probably the best display of cattle ever seen in the South Effects of Local Option Sluce the local option law has been enforced mind you not since it was voted in Lancaster has been the most orderly city in this section of the state The saloons were voted out long ago but the tiger people seemed determin ed to sell and it was not until recently that they were completely stamped out This goes to show that the law properly enforced is the best in every community Another strikingrfeature is the fact that there has been more transfer of property more sales and at better prices that ever before Today it is almost im possible to buy a house while those for rent are at a premium This state of affairs can be attributable to noth ing else but the enforcement of the law and the good behavior in the city Fur a time the laws were not enforced and many citizens were in favor of high license rather than the illegal sale of liquor but now that Chief of Police Jas A Beazley and his able de puty Luther Ilerron have proven to the people that law can be respected and enforced we know few men who would vote for a high license The Record gives this bit of news for the benefit of those neighboring towns who are about to vote on the question and to show them that Prohibition CAN Prohibit Cleanliness An outbreak of typhoid fever in many localities is attributable to un cleanliness and as an incident of the epidemic the authorities have wisely inaugurated a cleaning up crusade Everybody who premits filth to on his premisses is going to have an opportunity to make his ex planations in the police court The example thus set in the capital of the nation is worthy of a following in ev ery city of the land Nobody should be premitted to maintain filthy premises Business and dwelling house and premises come in the category of places where such supervision should be in augurated and kept up until every vestige of filth is removed The en tire city of Lancaster should be made clean as soap and water and elbow grease and disinfectants can make it There should not be any filth any where This summer so far has been exceptionally free from diseases but the last few weeks are hot enough to set all the germs to work with a prospept of still further heat to pro pagate the danger Every householder should be more than usually alert to the danger of this disease and get every premise inside and outside the house as clean as a Hollander housewifes premises are said to be It is no silly fear that is the cause of the constant demands of the health authorities for cleanliness Stubborn proved facts gained from long patient investigation is the proposition in a few words It is up to the people to preserve their own health by ceaseless vigilance along the lines of this command 20000 IN PREMIUMS Offered For Various by the Bluegrass Fair at Lexington Sept 1722 The Board of Directors of the Blue grass Fair Association have decided to offer the same amount in preminms for the Bluegrass Fair as was given for the State Fair last year Classifi cations will also cover practically all classes of live stock that were given opportunity to compete at the State Fair and thus will be made of the Bluegrass Fair an institution of importance The premium mon ey will run to twenty thousand dollars It has been divided in such a manner as is believed will appeal to the people of Kentucky especial prominence be ing given to the specific classifications In which they are more pratlcularly Interested Proper premiums will be offered for all kinds of horses cattle sheep hogs mules and jack stock for tobacco horticulture field seeds grains for mineral products of all kinds and descriptions for poultry for ladies work and all else pertaining to a successful floral hall There every to believe that the enter prise of the directors of the Bluegrass Fair Association la offering so large an amount will be rewarded by the It deserves It Pollard was 1770 accumulate ThatAmount national Seems reason Shorthorn prohibition Classifications patronage which 1- c New Phones at Preachersville New phones have been placedon the Bastin system at Preachersville for Dr It M Farris aud John IToltzclavv They will appear in the new directory Base Ball at Paint Lick Numerous misplays by the Paint Lick boys enabled the Cottonsburg base ball players to acquire more runs than hits last Saturday and the won 4 to 2 The game was wit nessed by a large number of interest ed spectators To Reduce Expenses Mott Ayres secretary of the Demo cratic State Primary Committee has sent letters to all the county chairmen in the State directing them as to the conduct of the primary and urging that they select good men to serve as election officers at as little expense as possible Made Cood Money Dan Scott shipped out the last of his contract lambs making 5000 in all It is safe to say that he made per head profit We tried it one year and lost about that much Dan bucked up aginst one of the big guns of our Israelite friends in a hog deal When the time expired Daniel drew out about 2000 We tried it one year and now we are in the newspa per business as a last resort Lexing ton Gazette New Telephone Directory The Record office is getting out an other directory of the Bastin Tele phone exchange the list having grown to such an extent that one was needed notwithstanding the fact that the last is not six months old The farmers are realizing the fact that they can not get along without phones and the county is now almost a complete network of wires A Good Officre Hori J E Robinson reports a good meeting of the county attorneys at Olympia Springs We learn that im portant subjects in reference to the duties of that office were discussed and we are satisfied that Mr Robinson did justice to Garrard county In fact he is one of the very best county at torneys we ever had He is honest capable and fearless and always ready to assist other officers in prosecuting criminals to the extent of the law His services in advising the Fiscal court in the financial interests of the county have been timely and very good and be is especially helpful in prosecuting violations of the local option laws while his oposition to graft or favorisitism is highly com mendable Hughes Withdraws At Shelbyville last Monday C M Lewis manager of the candidacy of John W Hughes for Congres withdrew the latter announcing that his health would not premit him to continue in the race Harvey Helm of Lincoln followed with his announced speech amid the cheers of a big crowd which was already overwhelming for him That the effort to get out running mates for Hughes in the Helms strongholds had failed was already known and Helms friends were on band prepared to give him the ovation he received Unless some other candl date announces by today Thursday the District Committee will be called together to call off the primary and declare Helm the nominee He an nounced In Lawrenceburg however that he would continue his canvass to the filling all the speaking appointments made for that county Hughes is the third candidate in the Eighth district to drop out of the race R W Miller died during his campaign and W J Price of BOYle was forced to withdraw on account of ill health Weather Knockers- If there is one characteristic com mon to all mankind more than any that characteristic is grumbling about the weather The weather is an unfailing topic of conversation Two can scarcely meet on the street and say Good morning without some com ment on the weather of some sort and some days we have several sorts There Is no lack of weather variety yet near ly every fellow you chance to meet is grumbling about the variety Some complain of the monotonytheres much sunshine or too much rain Somehow the weather never suits us we are never content If warm its too warm if cold we wish It were warmer If any of us had control of the weather could we do any better than Dame Nature We would not be able to please ourselves or our neighbors eith er and greater dissatisfaction would be created throughout the country than exists now We cant run our own affairs on this earth without creating a racket with nearly all those around us Is It reasonable to suppose we could do as or better with matters that require Omnsicience In their management We ought to ad just ourselves and our affairs to0 such weather as comes This we ought to do without complaint Grumbling will not stop the rain from failing or the sun from shining Jf we are In convenienced by the weather let us cheerfully submit knowing that what we dont want just suits some one else Let us get out of the habit of grutab about the weather and we will be as well as our neighbors tboM with whom w come i visitors 1 extentof H 4 Z 1 other well Happier coats ct Her Moneys Woth A girl in a town not a thousand miles away got a proposal of marrage with the request that the answer he by tele gram She went to the telegraph office and asked the operator how many words she could send for a quarter TIe said ten and her answer was Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes Oklahomo is a great state although so new and young But she has become old enough to produce admirers of women as it should for the state owes much to women The editor of The Star of Kingfisher was asked if he ever saw a baldheaded woman He replied that he had not nor he added did we ever see a woman waltz ing around town in her shirt sleeves with a cigar in her teeth and running into every saloon she saw We have never seen a woman go fishing with a bottle in her pocket sit on the damp ground all day and come home drunk at night Nor have we seen a woman yank off her coat and say she could lick any man in town God bless her shes not built that way THE PEACHERINO A Too Common Specimen of Humanity Described A boy stands on the street corners smokingcigarettes using slang becom ing an adept in the finesse of polite swearing making remards about all the women that go br and telling where old Tom Smith misses it in the management of his business af fairs He dotes on the appellation June sweetner tough and peacherino applied to him the community His conduct is connived at by the witless girls of the town on the road to God knows where ne is dubbed the proper stuff by his associates while the younger prodigals look upon his reputation as a consum mation devoutly to be wished After a little there is an opening in the firm of Stoddard Stoddard for a prorais ing boy offering a good salary to start on But our young peacherino doesnt get it No sir he doesnt get it and lie cant understand why be of all the young men in the vicinage round about should not have been ap proached with that proposition at least three days before anybody else was thought of Why he can roll a ciga rette quicker and spit through his teeth more approvingly he can brogue out bis oaths with a higher degree of stiffness he can tell a vulgar yarn with greater gusto he can slick around to more strange places and escape un seen he can drink more bocza and walk straighter he can have more wayward boys hanging on his heels give more free advice and tell you more assuredly wherein the whole world is making a fool of itself than any other young man in a radius of ten miles And how any business house with a position to let could overlook him is more than his little head can compre hendMiserable incorrigible fool Poor wretched wry headed incapable with distorted conception of life What hath a business house to do with tbee or why should a respectable institution of what ever nature covet thy pre senceBoys the business men of your town know you better than your own par ents do Their eyes are on you when vou are least aware You may slip a way from your old mother who sits busy with her knitting you may dupe and deceive your best friends you may elude the watchful eye of your teacher you may trifle with the confidence of your Sunday school superintendent but you cant fool the business men of your town when they have a position to be filled Elizabethtown News Of Interest to Farmers Lexington Aug 3 06 Mr B F Hudson Lancaster Ky Dear Sir The stock holders of the K 0 Burley Tobacco Growers Co held a meeting at Lexington and a mong other business done at that time it was decided to proprate the money on hand to any stock holder who desired to pro rate about 30 per cent it is necessary that he notify either of the following men of such intention not later than Oct 1st B D Berry McClelland Bldg Lexington Ky W B Hawkins same address Cbas Sullivan Versailles Ky Will you please have notice of the above put in your local paper as I personally desire that every man at the meetings I have held to know the above proceed ings of the stock holders meeting I am or was very much disappointed that the growers failed to pool their tobacco last season and thereby lost a great deal to themselves that they could very easily have gotten as it proved by the Dark Tobacco Associa tion in Western Kentucky But I am just as enthusiastic as ever in try lug to get the farmers to stick and protect their interests The farmers of Fayette county elected me of the State Institute in this county and we have bad rous lug meetings since it was organized and 1 think we are accomplishing a deal of good here Trusting a bove report of the meeting will be of interest to you and thanking you again courtesies extended me Very respectfully A L Hamilton The Record iotlce has Just received a line of handsome samples of engrav ed work Lotus order tot you and save you tf r t j exactly throughout together great for money BOOM YOUR TOWN If You Come From Hell Brag on It Says an Arizona Editor That was practical common sense advice given by Govecor Folk of to an assemblage of business men when in substance he said to them Boom your own town advertise in your home newspapers The first part of this injunction applies to all classes of citizens of any community A man who takes up his residence in town should have its intrests at heart he should vote whatever advantages it may have and talkof them and should seek to increase these advantages He owes some tiling to the town where he earns his living and makes his home and there is no better way of paying the debt than by cultivating local pride An Arizona editor expressed this sentiment in somewhat extreme language when he said If you come from Hell brag of it This mental attiude of satisfaction with ones home even if at first soon becomes established on a sound basis and genuine and not only tends to personal contentment with life but to the actual benefit of the community For where a nun looks for attractions in his surroundings and insists that they exist he will find them when he talks of them and points them out other people will see as he does and the opinions will spread and strengthen Naturally as local pride grows the disposition will be to bring about improvements in directions where reform is needed Just as the public is inclined to take a man at his own estimate and it is therefore advisable for him to think well of himself so will it accept his opinion of his home city If he speaks apologetically of it when he goes on his travels he will gain nothing for himself and will leave a bad impression of his town which may somehow react to its injury On countrary if he sounds its praises on all convenient occasions he not only conveys the idea that he is satisfied and prosperous but attracts attention to the place that may result to its benefit Fur every reason it is well to talk up ones own town If it has a good class of citizens enterprising lawabiding say so If it has good schools eloquent and earnest ministers well managed public efficient city officers mention these things If it has good streets attractive parks excellent street car service handsome homes speak of them Just as is pays to put ones best foot forward in an individual ca pacity it pays to put ones town in its ones community and later in the improvements sure to come through a growth of public spirit assumed Intelligent promptlyinprac- tical Missouri institutions The Only Laundry In Town The only laundry In town where you can send your laundry every day in tIe week and get it back the next We have a legion of satisfied customers let us add your name to our list Work called for and delivered The Danville Steam Laundry Co Jas W Smith Agt office at R H Bat sons clothing store LancasterKy 817 4t Wanted 100 mule colts 50 yearlings also horse colts Will be at Lancaster county court day Aug 27 B G Fox tf Prof Lippard wishes the names of all interested in preparing for good posi tions sent to the Record office lie wants fifty good students and guaran tees positions Just placed 6 graduates this week It The White taachers examination for County certificates will be held at my office August the 16 and 17 The Colored Teachers examination for County Certificates will be held at my office August 23 and 24 Miss Mittie Dunn Supt For Sale A number one good bull calfby tho roughbred short born bull from go6d cow he is blood red 51 months olf Fat and fine call at once It you want him Also 30 acres of corn in field to be fed down by hogs or mules with plenty of water and shade J T Hen Point Leaveil Ky 8174t 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 before seeding time See new list of farms this issue Hughes Swinebroad For Sale The residence of the late Mrs Annie Herring is for sale and also a lot imed iately 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 are six or seven acres of land in all For prices etc see or write me tf E F Herring Important Notice As my accounts have been due for some time past will be forced to place them in the hands of an officer in a short time Save expense and this trouble by settling at once tf Sallie D Tillett Local notices in these columns cost only ten cents a line average G words to the line Try it if you are after quick returns tf 1 fry I Kentucky i Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Annual Summer Sale IS NOW ON For Genuine Bargains Come To Us No Fake Sales The Joseph Mercantile I COMPANY COALWe are headquarters for high grade 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 OatsCorn BANKS HUDSON YOUR account is now due and we need the money MOUNT BO ll BEST PAINT VALUE h vA 1 iMltM R U u I CO LS It ex DtX I I I I Im i r0Y 1 E 4 0040 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- Q 44440 444444444 D0 Q Covers Most Looks Best Wears Longest Econom Always Uniform Most ical FullMeasure Drug Store 1mI a short I I GUESS now you CAN I I t mlt t g t soLo r- McRoberts time now till that Dinner Set will be given away at DavidsonS while e I THE Bank Of Lancaster Oital 50000 SrrIrs 10000 A L DENNY Presidea J E STORMES Vice S C DENNY Cashier 4 AIIltCaBhrr i B TEmbry Bookkeeper DIBBdrOna Saml D Cochran Deny A C ESWrmes i S C 1tr i4 e National Prest J F Robinson Alei R fRoblaagn John Denn F r WB WILIi Keep Yow leiej Safe JeJI1i YnrBuim ll 0 l 1y atr CENTRAL RECORD Itsiued Weekly Qn Jollar per year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the pot Office in Lancatter K SecondClan Sail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Sy August 17 1906 The argument of an Indiana lawyer that stealing to escape starvation when every effort to obtain food hon estly has failed is as much an act of selfdefense as is the taking of life to protect ones self when assaulted sounds reasonable to the layman whatever may be its legal merit Few men in extremity but would steal to save themselves or their families from starving and few could blame them The offense in such case is against the law rather than against morals Dogs as pets are fine things They are so well taken care of by their monied owners that they beoome pam pered A case is reported of a dog so well fed that he had to have his operated upon Appendicitis dogs is a new source of revenue for the doctor and many doctors there be who will promote the it as fasbionoble as possible The usual bloodless duel has pulled off once more between two of the French nobility French seem to cling to effete barbarism of a spuri ous sort with unusual and inexplaina ble tenacity Formal duels to wipe out supposititious insults are childs play and do not belong to manhood such as once obtained in that country A New York woman was overcome while wi tnessing aproduction of KinK Lear and died within a few minutes Some of these Shakespearean offerings are of such a character that it is a positive pleasure to die rather than see them to the end Government statistics show that the United States consumes 26 872700 bar rels of salt annually or a barrel for every three persons Is it any wonder that so many people are afflicted with a constant thirst A distinguished dietary expert has recently died from acute Indigestion If this will have the effect of produc ing a halt in the monufacture of so called health foods the loss will not be felt Success thinks that the way to die poor is to talk poverty think poverty and act poverty long enough to be convinced that there is nothing left but poverty for the growler The man who has invented a folding baby carriage should now complete the good work by hitting on a device that will make the baby shut up Galvestons Sea Wan 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 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 Price 50c and 8LOO Trial bottle free 1m Hot in His Case You dont really want to marry me Jack she said pretending to be deeply interested in a microscopic flaw in the texture of his coat collar Youvebeen reading that a wife la a luxury and you think That doesnt fit my case Nellie In terrupted the young man Youre not a luxury Youre an absolute necessity I simply cant live without you It was dead easy forJack after that Chicago Tribune The Sham and the BeaL Mldat revel BO bright Beware future sorrow For champagne tonight May be real pain tomorrow Washington Star C CII and diseasemake ben drugstore ttGIIGtJUI appendix I 1 Tom Its a true saying that figures dont lie Dick Well 1 see some on the streets that are very deceiving Cincinnati Enquirer CASTOR I AJ- ar Imiamt huff CUUrw I JIW AlnpIllPlYN Nan Bears tU of if1j 7 meat r I oii sh EACH GAINS GAMERS TRAITS and Wif After Long Mar tied Life Begin to Show a Betemblance lived together for a long period they not only acquire the same tricks of voice and manner but they show a strong facial resemblance so that they might easily be taken for brother and sister Almost every one has at least one such instance among his acquaint ances But it is perhaps a less well known fact that a similar resemblance often results from a mistress and being associated together for a long period of years Added to the tact of constant nearness there Is usually on the part of the servant a desire to imitate the voice and manner of the mistress she so much admires And this often extends to the facial re semblance There are in a small town of New England two each of whom has been attended for the greater part of 50 years by a who Is more a companion than a servant In both cases the women have become so astonishingly like their mistresses that thsy are often for them And their voices over the telephone are so exactly alike that the friends of both ladles have given up this means of communication with Flowers Made in Glass One of the greatest artistic marvels of sists of hundreds of specimens of flowers and plants formed of glass but with such exquisite fidelity to nature that they to be real every tint and marking every tiniest detail being faithfully They are made by a secret process the artists being a father and son In Germany who it is said may let their secret die with them As an in stance of wonderful workmanship it may be mentioned that the very hairs which appear on the stems on certain plants are reproduced on the glass im itations Find In Congo Forest In some interesting notes on the re searches of Dr David aSwiss naturalist in the Kongo forest there is reference to a find made by him of an armadillo four feet long closely resembling its of the pampas It frequently as sumes an erect attitude supporting on its tail and holding to the tree trunks with its powerful fore claws VENICE FREE FROM FASHION Women of Watery City Care Little for Decrees of Parisian Modiste The women of Venice are absolutely free from the rule which Dame Fash ion exercises over their sisters They care nothing for modes With them the length of the skirt always the same neither short nor long and they always wear plainly made dark dresses black stockings and the heelless slippers of the east Hats are unknown The universal outdoor wrap for all ages and all sizes Is the black shawl with a deep silken fringe It is folded with a short point above and a long one below and It envelops the figure from head to foot It Is never fastened at the throat and when it slips off It is Bath ered up with one outstretched which makes the spectator think of a big bird stretching its wing In their attire the women of Venice are only wearing local clothing but with feminine Inconsistency they are thoroughly uptodate in the of hair dressing the style of their coiffures changing from time to time according to the vogue of the moment in London and Patti THE PASSING OF CUSTOMS Those of the Japanese Have Under i gone a Great Change in Be cent Times One by one the cherished customs of Japan are vanishing in the light of modern thought A short time ago says Youths Companion the silence always preserved by a crowd in the presence of the Mikado was broken in Tokyo The monarch went in selomn procession to the temple to offer thanks for the restoration of peace and the royal progress was on all sides by the cheering of the people An account of the reverence paid the Mikado by the subjects of old Japan is given In a book entitled Manners and Customs of the Japanese in 1841 It is fair to say that their reverence did not go to the point of permitting the Mikado to exercise any power for the was hi the hands of the Dalmlos and the Shogun until the revolution in 1868 The Mikado held nominally a tion of extraordinary dignity Worldly affairs were supposed to be so of his attention that even a thought of them would degrade him No business was ever submitted to him and he never performed any act of sovereignty not of a religious na tureEvery day the Mikado passed a number of hours on the throne Im movable lest by turning his head he would bring ruin on that part of the empire to or from which he should look This immobility was supposed to maintain tranquility in his realm It was believed that annually all the gods waited on the Mikado and spent a month at court During this which was called without all temples were practically deserted f Every precaution was takes to guard from the sacred per son of the monarch As his foot was never allowed to touch the ground he was borne on his subjects shoulders He was not to be polluted by a glance of the common herd Daily al most hourly appertained to the Son of Heaves destroyed tad renewed Today the ruler of island empire te a maa treated with due dignity without the m HrstiUaw warship of knowledgethat provincial resemblance woman mistaken mistakes atHarvard appear reproduced con- gener Itself elsewhere remains sometimes arm independent matter accompanied enthusiastic published however government usurping undeserving ieuJaj T h h Husband Facial servant the pos moat gods eve whatever was tree but a the pas Our friend JoliuM Burton is in our town again doing carpenter work Brother P E Foley filled his at Freedom church last Sunday Mr and Mrs John Wheeler visited friend and relatives at Livingston and East Burnstat last week Mr George Brook of St Louis Mo was here last week to attend the funeral of his father inlaw Harvey LaytonMr A Prather while working 3n the road was hit accidently in the eye by a rock inflicting a painful wound BETTIS H B Cox and A M Bourne attended court at Stanford Monday Miss Sue Birdie and Abby Bourne were visitors at Preachersville last weekMr and Mrs Ben Sutton visited Mr and Mrs Jobn Underwood at Hubble Saturday and Sunday Mr McWilliams the well known trader gave his many friends quite a surprise Thursday afternoon by driv ing to Kicholasville and being mar riad Shortly after the marriage the happy couple returned home About seven oclock last Tuesday evening the death angel knocked at the door of Mr and Mrs Biff Bourne and took from them their little infant daughter Jesus says Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is the kingdom of heaven Death has again visited our com munity and taken from us Bertha Bell the little sixteen month old daughter of Mr and Mrs C P Blanks She was taken sick about three weeks ago and everything was done for her that hu man hands could do She was laid to rest In the Fork church buring ground Monday afternoon Weep not dear anes for your little one is asleep in Jesus FBEAUHERSY1LLE J M Cress bought at Brodhead a span of mules for 325 Rev Thos Owens and wife are visit ing friends in Williamsburg W D Elmore bought 50 sheep in Bockcastle cocnty last week for 8450 M Hill of Richmond was here last week seeing after his farm stockW Hutchins bought a three year old horse from James Kennedy for 122 50 sold his farm con taining a hundred acres to George A Brown for 2100 Mr and Mrs J C Pepples are rejoic inK over the arrival of a beautiful little girl at their home last week Mr and Mrs Wheat who was Mrs Maggie Hobbs of El PaESO Texas is visiting relatives here for a while Took Hubble and Mack Eubank was here last week and bought mules from J P Rogers for 290 from J L 2 for from T Y Shaw 2 for 290 The meeting at the Baptist church conducted by Bro Brooksher will doubtless do much good as he is doing some tine preaching in an effective wayMr J T Binganman has returned from Oklahomo and the west but failed to find any country equal tc Kentucky hence he will to our de light remain with us BEUNA VISTA B P Ison Is quite ill at his home near hereMiss Eliza Ison opned school here MondayMiss Barnett is the guest ol relatives here C C McCluse of Paint Lick was in this vicinity last week Will Scott and family spent Sunday with relatives in Mercer Miss Cora Poor has returned from a visit to relatives It Burgin W T King Is in Mercer casting a bout for a farm near Harrodsburg Miss Benlah Green of Lexington is the guests of aunts near here W P Ruble bought of G H Ruble one two year old horse price 150 Some of onr young people attended the fair at Harrodsburg last week Rev Welber and family of Burgin fllsited friends here the Tattler part of last week Miss Moddella King has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives at Richmond Miss Irene Ruble has returned from Kingsville where she visited her uncle Will Lane Mr and Mrs John Eason of Mt Hebron spent Sunday with the family of W Record Miss Luce Lee Mahan of London has been the guests of Miss Florence Christopher Misses Geogla Cook of Lexington and Cecil of Wilmore are soon ta visit relatives here Mr Ison Curd and little daughter Ethel left last week for Richmond wherethey will make their home Miss Bessie Bolton has returned from Helena station where she the member of a house party given by MtesRobb daugh ter Stella of Danville spent a few days of last week with Mrs Eliza Lane At the sale of Mrs Sarah test Wednesday every thing solo well Mrs Spoonamere will rent her farm to John JobneoB who will take possession Daoaaibtr 8 NINA I appointment Rev J J P Rogers has 8250 Canle expected Mrs TTHawplns and more was little Brown beth a- F 1 We are Closing Out Our entire stock of Buggies Surries 2 t f 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 TTsmrsif 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 ROBINSONJ B COLLIER Salesman Prompt Payments of Losses Mate Friends Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and discount J H KINNAIRD General Insurance II I 1 Ir J 1 I J J i r 1 Lon paidMondaywithout I l f FREE C By special arrangements with Bastin 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 yardwide strictly all Silk Black Taffata warranted- to wear per yard 89c 75c yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at49c White Goods 20 to soc Dotted Swiss to close v 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 Aflatic City Cape May and other Coast Resorts 1600 Round Trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday August a Tickets good 15 days and permitting stopover at Washington Bal timore and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and coaches no change of cars Secure space now For full information call on or G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky This WEEK per t U eIN I A a 100 I r Write lw a 1 P We represent D H Mill Co the oldest and most relia ble known Pianos and Organs Baldwin Plover on exhibit Sheet Music received weekly Machine Needles and repairs Edison Phonographs Records A cozy corner for music lovers West Herndon Lancaster Kentucky Closing I am closing out my sum rater stock of MILLINERY at cost to make room for I have experienced i trimmers Call and get a bargain i Mrs Alexander Walker That Smooth Finish IS f manufacturersof It I IGO 00 H n a ua a 00 a a OOMOOOOOOOO I I I I Out I I I I I I Fall Goods J i LOOOOOOOOOOOOOO6OOOOOO It4 llf ti t F F e So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call workfor your MNLAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY J H Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents 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 DJearen Iisiruce A STANDING ARMY 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 against loss by Windstorms in the The Home Insurance Co of New York The Largest The most Popular Office phone 48 Residence phone 41 Lancaster Kentucky ftj RHEUMATISM CURE Sold to OrvjM AIM sold by F P FRISBIE DraggUt IIiImWt wttJtMJl 3MYS I 1i fort i I i 1 may r Den SSSCe Colu b 0- 11e1 fMtffir jif- ieutartl full see Bdtk u y Personal Points Miss is ill of malarial fever Mr Banks Hudson visited Cincinnati SundayE has returned from Crab Orchard Springs returned from Dripping Springs Mrs Smith of Richmond was a visit or here the past week Mrs Jacob Joseph is spending the week at Dripping Springs Mr Stephen Walker spent the past week at Dripping Springs Miss Minnie Cotton of Danville is visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Dr G C Faris and wife have been visiting relatives in Kirksville Mrs J A Amon has returned from visit to Lincoln county relatives Mr and Mrs Guy Davidson are the week at Dripping Springs Miss Marguerite Kinnaird is attend ing a house party in Campbellsvllle Miss Alberta Anderson has returned from several weeks visit in Chicago Louis Landram and wife returned Sunday from Crab Orchard Springs Misses Louise Farris and Angle Kir naird have returned from Dripping Springs who has been visiting in Indiana is with Mrs Sallie LawsonMiss Yantis is the guest of Miss Maybel McWhorter of Crab OrchardMr Mrs W D Walker of Deeson Miss are visiting their parents in this city Mrs Lizzie Beazley Hays of Stan ford has been visiting Mr and Mrs James Beazley Mr and Mrs C K McGugin of How ard Ohio have been guests of Mrs R A Burnside Rev Browns family joined him last week are nicely located in the Pres byterlan parsonage Mrs William Anderson has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Bow man of Flemingsburg Miss Annie Lee Woolfolkof Lexing ton is visiting her cousins Misses Bes sie Mae and Sue Anna Lear Miss Margaret Mount was entertain ed the past week at Crab Orchard Springs by Miss Bessie Elkin Mrs and Miss Martha Til lett have been visiting Mr and Mrs Oscar Boyle of Point Leavell M Jasper Cox wife and two children have gone to Cincinnati for a two weeks visit to Mrs A J Wells Misses Ethel Wheeler and Sarah Earley of Lexington are expected to be the guest of Miss Alleen Bourne next week Misses Julia Higgins and Kate Doug las two charming young girls were guests this week of Louis Landram and wife Mrs W J Browning and children who haye been guests of Mr John Anderson and family have returned to Lexington Mrs A B Elkin of Louisville and Mr J W Arnold and family of Rich mond are guests of Squire Sam John son and family Misses Bettie Walker Burnside and Lizzie and Martha Bettis are the guest of Miss Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick this week Misses Ethel Hendron of Wichita Kansas and Anna Lee Woolfolk of Lexington been the guests of the Misses MrR E Hughes wife and baby Margaret Mrs Mary Frisbie and Gladys after a visit to Mr and W Miller returned to Monday Price the popular con ductor on the day passenger trains is enjoying a weeks vacation Phil is one of the cleverest ticketpunchers on the L and N system Stanford Journal Miss Irine Rom ans of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Lottie Carson Miss Helen Miles of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Myrtle OBannon Mrs Bright Herring of Garrard has been guest of Mrs W B OBannon The legion of friends of Dr Simp ton Elkin of Atlanta are rejoicing to know that he is rapidly recovering from a serious case of typhoid fever and will soon be able to leave his bed Dr Elkin who is one of the foremost physicians and surgeons in the South has been overworked for some time and his illness caused great alarm to his many frienDs As soon as able he will likely spend some days in this his old home Summer Diarrhoea in Children During the hot weather of the sum mer 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 Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M O Stockland Pastor of the first 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 in children Sold by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at 1m Mary Mr F PFrlsbie a I Miss Bettie Broaddus Osee Sisk have Bourne daughter Mrs J Louisville Capt Phil o M E summer Arnold has spending the looseness disorders Lancaster WORDS OF WISDOM Do not debate On no account enter lato any dispute with any and es pecially about the truths of salvation Give to all men every help to their but that of debating with them about It William Law The loving heart which seeks to of fey all even disappointments and which touch the tenderest places to God will be more likely to grow in generosity of spirit than one who bears grudgingly what cannot Be L Sidney Lear Present duty is that which is before us Todays duty is its own and cannot be performed at any other time Tomorrow will have its own and we should not by negligence or delay burden tomorrow with that which is at hand today Therefore peril all that is involved in It United Presbyterian Tho experience of the Christian Is his strongest shield against unbelief Hfc that Jesus has given pease He has felt that Christ has iUick ned him into new and nobler life He has received a new nature from his Lord Get this experience end it will give you steadfastness William M Taylor Intellectual doubt goes deeper down than the intellect nor will intellectual clearness cast it out Unless the heart be settled in Christ the intellect may go on doubting forever Unless the spiritual atmosphere be clear it mat ters little what is the character of the intellectual It is that spiritual king dom that gives laws to all the rest they depend upon it not it upon them William F Steveason FERTILIZING ORCHARDS W F Massey Tells How This Work Can Best Be Done Fruit Trees Need Enriching Farmers as a rule realize the of fertilizers on their annual crops but when it comes to the they imagine that an apple or a peach tree or other fruit tree can get all it needs from the natural soil And not only do this but the orchard is often expected to furnish hay or pasture for stock The result of such treatment Is seen all over the coun try in decrepit trees and poor crops of fruit and the growers say that the climate has changed and they can no longer grow fruit as they formerly did when in fact soil exhaustion is at the root of the whole trouble When one considers the great amount of plant food that has been taken from the soil to build up a great apple tree and that a crop of apples takes from the soil mineral platters to thrice the extent that a crop of wheat of 25 bushels per acre will take the reason for the failure of the fruit becomes apparent In the early growth of an orchard we want the trees to develop fast and hence we fertilize the soil with a complete fer tilizer and grow some truck crops In it that need such feeding But after the tree has gotten into a bear ing condition we can put the land in grass and cut it several times during the season and let the cut grass rot on the land and can thus supply all the nitrogen needed especially if clover Is grown Plenty of white clover among the grass well supplied with acid phosphate and potash mixed five parts of the first to one of the last will supply in 400 pounds per acre what the fruit needs for its Try this and see if the fruit does not respond The Sparrow Pest Do the sparrows annoy you roost ing and chattering about your dwell ing and eating your grain out of stack and mow Get out the gun about roosting time and shoot Hit as many as you can It wont be long before they will give you a wide berth A horse of quality should have en durance and in addition to a fair gait should have a fast walk and be iooted The Reason Has he joined the club yet Nope and I dont understand it Did you tell hint we had all the com forts of home SureThats why then hes a married Post Attraction Perhaps the water wagon Would popular be seen If some one would combine It With scent of gasoline N Y Sun IT SUBBED OFF our avertedII immediately neglect orchard sure manHouston salvation vexations mows bins importance perfection Be put his arm around her waist The color left her cheek But upon the shoulder of his coat It showed up for a week Knowledge- A little knowledge is a dangerous thing said the man who quotes Yes answered Senator Sorghum especially when its something that a queer publisher happens to know about you Washington Star Property Shells Walter where are those blue pouts I ordered a halfhour ago Sorry sir but another gents usin the shells now When hes done Ill hurry your Leader Queer Weed Mrs Mitts Yes I attribute our free dom from moths to the fact that my husband smokes such a lot Mrs Matte Dwr me Aad ka alongcleveland JIM t j order does i Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diar rhoea come on without warming and prompt relict must be obtained There is no nfcessity of of incurring the ex penses of a physicians service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Returned 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 Somehow or other we never have much confidence in the progress of a church that is forever trying to eat itself put of debt The End of The World of troubles that robbed E II Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia 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 Debi lity Sure curcforStomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaran teed by R E McRoberts 1m The man who will turn a dishonest trick to get public office will t urn a dishonest trick at the expense of his constituents A Mystery Solved How 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 give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 256 at R E Mc Roberts drug store lm There seems to be a growing befief that a man has a right to rob his fel lows it he will only pay the victim a commission In Self Defence Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he 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 tm Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins Haselden BrosHouse Paint Fresh light bread every day at Zim mers tf Fresh cakes baked everyday at Zim mers tf New goods arrived at the Jeweler tf There is but one Ruberoid We sell it Haselden Bros To save money on Harness see Haselden Ward pays cash for eggs and dont growl about it 2t 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo Robinson tf The Volo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf of Ellwood wire fence just received Haselden Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades Dont fail to see thing in hats just received at Bjjsmphill West Coal Coal Coal get my prices on coal before you buy Banks Hudson For wheat drill Good as new H K Herndon Ican interest you in prices on coal and wheat Hudson tf I P Thompson is selling everything Our Ice Cream Soda is simply del Come on with your and clocks Good work reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf We handle the celebrated Lowneys I pay for your Want some at once W H Ward 2t Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson tf J C Rjblnson We have just gotten a inewJine of ties Come and they are picked over Handsome Flowers For Sale A number one yearling bull 3t Wm Royston Point Leavell For Rent Two or three good Joseph Falconer 4t 500 bushels seed rye for sate AtI aoiutely pure Morgaa I drug store a Tho psons FrisbiesDrug byJT C SaleSuperior MBracket DOjoke DrugStorewatches everyfewhighestmarketprice greatestcreation the ore Hem I GainesPhone roOms For Sale See J t N N Carload the t will see fE s- St A small farm of 20 or 25 acres See Hughes Swinebroad Your orders for coal will have A 6room cottage well improved with i acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept Last week in or near Lancaster a plain gold bracelet Return to this office and receive reward tf Hogs For Sale A lot of sows and pigs for sale Sound and all right and will sell at right price Sweeney Morgan At We are headquarters for everything in the paint line and will you better value for your money than any one else Frisbies Drug Store tf We are exclusive agents inLancas ways fresh Frisbies Drug Store tf Arthur Joseph is interested with us in Laundry business and will appro elate it if you will your work tf Hemphill West Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking it is the best it is the cheapest you get 10 bushels 10 125 Phone 140 tf J A Jones Shipments of Tuesday and Thursday of each week give your work to Arthur tf lemphill West Flowers goes every where with ex press prepaid when ordered Through the leading Flowerist agt Ed C Gaines Phone 100 tf To TaxPayers Your taxes are due so please call and settle as the penalty will be added C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard Co tf Ten room two story house one half block from the square on Danville st Lancaster Ky Suitable for Hotel good garden and stable at Jim M Grand at once at Lancaster Ky 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 Coal salt hay for sale Special inducements to these wanting car load My motto is full weight or measure and worth for weigh after me and be convinded Phone 140 J A Jones tf New Laundry We are Agents for Laundry of Winchester make two Shipments a will turn out only first class work and we ask a share of your patronage tf Hemphill West Save Telephone and Express by fine cut flowers from Ed C Gaines Subject to your approval and receiv ed on four to six hours notice and funeral designes a Special Swartz Bros Austerlitz Ky Hog Cholera Remedy not only cured our hogs of cholera but it is in every way the best hog remedy we have ever used Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Lancaster Ky 8 17tf Gentleman or lady with good to travel by rail or with d rig salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Lancaster Ky It 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 require him to call the second time Haselden Bros Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary Medical Associa tlon Kokomo Ind Says Tne herd of hogs on which the Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy was used was sold yesterday We give this remedy the credit for saving them Sold and by Mount Elkin 8 17 tf Want You to Know I want you to know that I havethe exclusive sale of Hot coal East Tennessee semi Cannel r sparkle like other mix want your house this I season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to from now on Phone me or call at my office tf J A Jones Public Sale If not sold privately before the 4th Monday in August 1906 I will on that day before the Court House door in town of Lancaster at 2 oclock fa sell to the highest and best bidder my farm consisting of 36 acres of land located in Garrard Counry about one mile from the old paper mill and ad DaileyTermswill be given will be made known on day of sale This July 15th 1906 THOMPSON POLLARD Farm For Sale decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4t miles North of Lancaster on Poor Ridge pike known as the Walter Adams farm The land is all in cultivation and will sell the at a reasonable figure Possession will be given at once pro vided are sold The farm has plenty of water is well fenced and on a Another tract of land containing 6 acres joining this farm be bought at a very reasonable price Nancy J Brown lm FARM For SALE Having told our farm on Sugar Creek wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on pike miles from J GHENDRICKSON Wanted Coal appreciatedif For Sale Lost l CandyWe L undryAon Nov 1 For Rent W 100 tr Cured Bourbon Wanted references capitalSalary lIed es not ed coal fine early aDd- is ow 2 O 7 r Bourne an corn they Ky and ill wee hey ordering Wedding American Veterinary guaranteed You el Den Yin 4 Lancaster 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 Everything used in Painting PRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED e I 1 I a R I I We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with I conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 800000 M COY R L ARNOLD BQGOYN 33 BURROWS WOODS WOODS I Dxasarone y B E L W c FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING I We are prepared to do all kind of Line Mettle and Paper Roofing and Guttering in the best workmanship and low cut prices 3 We would like to explain to you the working of a system of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros Bargains In Tickets VIA Rock Island II II mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i E 1 E I NN1RIN1611g4LU y E I 11 1NIMIN To COLORADO ber 23 to 29 inclusive To CALIFORNIA 2000 IN IUI- t Very low round trip rates all summer Special reductions Septem Veiy low round trip rates all summer Special reductions September 3 to 14 inclusive One way Colonist tickets will be on sale Septem ber 15 to October 31 To Hot Spring Art Very low round trip rates all sum mer Illustrated Booklets and Full Information Regarding Rates Routes Etc on Request GEO H LEE Gen Pas Agt Little Rock Ark H I McGUIRE Dist Pass Agt Cincinnati O THE BIG BLUEGRASS FAIR 20000 IN MPRII SEPTEMBER 17 TO 22 test Fair South Live Stock art Products Kopps Itmnut MMtary Band Highclass Amusement of aM sorts P rCataMfr rt hac l Nmati a mUnu QEO A BAIN Sccy LE TNGTON ever tile call of A c o nd ie i t1NeThe sad Dahl classes r1l s Isrdtts Ki If iff 1 S y 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 from us as low as from the owner 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 paying 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 canbuy 1 No 1 Brick store room on public squar In Lancaster 25 feet frontage runs back fnl length of the block Is In the best business portion of the town Can sell this property SL as to net purchaser 7 per cent on his Invest ment alter payment of taxes Insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 2 Frame cottage 4 rooms 3J4 acres o ground on Totten avenue In Lancaster 3 acre in grass Jl30000 This property will rent 1200 per mouth No 4 Brick storeroom and dwelling 01 Danville street In Lancaster Close to Publli Square The storeroom Is large and well Ugh cd Dwelling portion has large 2 story hall rooms and bath room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable at the rear of premises opening on alley Price 375000 The building alone without the ground li worth the money No 8 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 unslnesi section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 hall and 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 1J4 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for It Price 500000 No 11 2 new cottage bouses on Totten ave nue In Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice cottage garden and lot on Lexington street in Lancaster A de sirable home In sight of the Graded school and la one of the best residence sections of the City Price 200000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 t 12 above for farm property No 1C 74 14 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 lion This farm Is 1 M miles from pike same distance from Bryantsvllle a pike will be built by this property which makes It at price we It a fine investment C5 00 per acre No 17 2S7 i acres of fine hemp and tobacco land on Kirksville pike In Garrard County 100 acres In cultivation remainder In grass Water In every field with creek springs and pools Stew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and alt neceasary out buildings 2 H miles from Churches school stores c This property Is right on pike and is well Improved and Is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy paymentsNo 38 acres of land and nice 5 room cot tage 1 J miles from Lancaster right on the pike good Improvements mostly In grass acres in tobacco this year 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 21 331 acres of fine hemp and tobacco laud 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 wilt do well to look at this or It can be divided intosmallerfarms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers G20 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 frontingon pike 6250 per acre No2I A farm of 250 In Garrard Co Hemp and tobaoco land never failing water farme house 7 rooms large stick barn and bacco barns tenant house miles from Lan caster 7000 per acre No 27 305 acres of as good land at In Gar Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Can be divided into 2 of 3 farms Will sell all TO a portion to anyone 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 Wo SO A two story brick residence and 5 for new frame f oSIer 2 several As acres 2 to 6 sad County a s acres of ground in Klrksville Ky There It also a unmber 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 who desires to go into bnslnuss in good business place See us for price No 31 121J acres of land 4 miles from Lancaster 4 room frame house good stock barn dairy and other out buildings i of the land In grass watered by never jailing 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 conic at once as It will sell No 32 A rich farm of 375 acres 4 miles from town and H 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 Land will grow htmp 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 G acres in tobac acres in wheat balance III grass good frame house and other ont iiildjng3 G acre tobacco barn everlasting wrIter well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre No 34 192 acres best Canard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobaoco first class Improvements well watered 90 acres In grass 2 miles from Bryautsvllle G500 per acre on easy terms No 35 71 acres on pike 3 miles of Lancas ter land in corn hemp and meadow Small frame house and outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Scene for price No 3G 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses lu Garrard Cunty hemp and tobacco land well fenced and in abundance Ask us about this one and for price C9Ji 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 will 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 you our contract No 37 100 acres of first class land on good pike G miles from Lancaster 1 mile from G room frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever newts failing stock water M acres can be put In wheat this fall every acre of this farm Is tobacco and hemp land 6500 per acre No 33 2 story frame store house 15 x 70 feet stroy 7 room dwelling barn outbuildings granery cribs scales and 2 acres of laud well located at a busIness point on the rail road In small village A splendid chance for any one desiring to run a store Party now running it carries merchandise stock of 8500000 Price 8259000 which Is less than the cost of the improvements No 39 50 acres of good land near Bethel church In Garrard County good frame bonse of 7 rooms 35 acres in balance In running water good orchard well and cistern at dwelling good stock barn and 1 acre tobacco barn This land will grow hemp tobacco and all other crops Buildings comparatively new Price No 4o 115 acres of hemp and tobacco land i miles from Lancaster within mlie of pike on good private road Improvements 6 room frame house plenty fruit fencing good at house large pond and springs good barns one new barn room for t acres tobac co 45 acres of grass M acres In corn 30 acres In wheat stubble Possession given for seeding purposes This Is a dandy good farm worth the monoy 4JJO per acre No 41 200 acres of land located on pike 3JS milei from Lancaster good 6 room frame house 2 large barns new barn room for la eras of tobacco plenty of fruit 2 acres of fine orchard fencing good 70 acres In acres in tobacco 3j acres wheat stubble sown in grass balance In grass and cultivation cistern It house and plenty of stock water Price 35 per acre or will sell 150 acres of this firm 155 acres 3 miles from Lancaster tobacco land 6 room frame house good orchard water In abundance walnut hickory sugar tree timber new barn for stock tobacco holds 4 acres tobacco 70 acres In corn 7 acres In hemp tobacco balance in pass waste land all In high stale of cultivation A bargain at 94500 per acre linn n coO Groom water No adJoin- ing grass cultivation 200000 cistern P corn7 NO42 hemp fencIng rood no 4 3 152 railroad 3 1 A election is hereby ed for Saturday the iirsi day of 1000 in all the voting prcciiv cts in the Eighth Congressional of Kentucky at the regular vot lug places between the hours of oclock in and tour oclook in the purpose of a Democratic candidate for Representative in Con gross in said District 2 All Democrats who are resident of said District and who aro cga voters on November 0 1101 will b prcmittcd to vote in their respective precincts and arc invited and rcquei ted to so 3 Every candidate who desires t have his name printed on the ballots t be used in said primary must deposil with the Chairman of Committee on or before 12 oclock midnight HI 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 lug said deposit each candidate must give written notice to said Chairman that he desires to be a candidate al said election and notice to the shall be notice to the Committee 4 In all those counties having cities in which the law the registra tion of voters the Democratic Cot mil tee of such counties or the Chaii man thereof is authorised to cause the names of Democrats registered al the last general registration to b copied into separate as is n quired by law 5 election shall be held In al respects as is required by law for regular primary and z uniform ballot be used in every precinct and the Chairman of till Committee is hereby authorized directed to cause to be printed bound and distributed to the various of the County Committees the ballots for each county lIe is furtbei directed to purchase and distribute tc the Chairman of all the necessary paraphernalia foi holding said primary election 6 The Democratic County Commit the of each county shall appoint the ollicers in each precinct to 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 divided as possible as to Judges Clerks and She Iffs among the various candidate The of said primary election will when the polls are closed proceed at once to count votes cast each person for said ofllce and 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 product will make a written of the number of votes cast for each person voted for for the said ofllce and 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 of the County Committee and if he Is not In the county to the Secretary of the County Committee at the in the time required by law to wit within two days said nice Ann 8 And on next day after said haye been made the County Com mittee shall meet and canvass the re turns and certify the same to the Chairman of theDistrict Committee of the Eighth Congresslonol District which District Committee shall on Wednesday the fifth day of 1900 at 10 oclock a m in city of Nlcholasville Jessamine county Kentucky meet and canvass the re turns declare the result and issue a certificate of nomination to tbe suc cessful candidate 9 The Secretary of this 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 to those by whom it was paid in In the same proportion in which it was by them and If there should be a deficit then the candidates shall be assessed to supply such deficit Provded however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the conditions herein Imposed hy Ane 19 1900 then the Chairman of the Dis Is directed to reconvene the Com mittee as soon thereafter as practica ble at Nlcholasville Ky and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the Democratic party for said office and to issue to him a certificate of nomination and the primary election herein orderd will not be held 11 Tile order on the ballot in which the names of the candidates who may inter this primary shall he printed shaH he determined by 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 FAMILY SAFEGUARD J CALLiOk Congressional Primary call September District Ii Cur selcctitl hundred Chairman hold- Ing and Chairmen Committee officers after Chairman statement to the Chirmar courthouse returns September Committee- S expenses of returned of A ma net Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr U cchee to handle her famous Uncles Great Throat and Cure best family safeguard is a reliable household that cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations nose sore and bronchial will the children proof against all contagious diseases a Boscheea German Syrup which has a record of 35 iq cure of consumption catarrh and all lung and troubles fame of German as a con Green from the niece of Dr Boschee has extended to all of thtearth It has big sales everywhere 10 Two sizes ajc 750 For kjr B K JScRofeerU Lung The affectionsthat lI ve cure its by Dt l since purchase iarts ul p DECllNE Few pso p believe tit Rlloan Vvill 6v r g oY istl eomVt Imraklrl tor the welfare of tInt public but re events malt It pretty evident litbusiness la digging its own j most industriously and that otto of these days that same public may rise in Its inlgbt and shove it in without obsequies or benefit of clergy The Indictment of the People Defiance of all law ridicule of the church contempt of every interest nUll right dear to American home life are some of the items of the Indictment now charged against the liquor traffic in every part of the country On their own confession it is one of the chief reasons for the rapid advance of Pro hibition in the southland Other of this sort of thing are coining to light north east and west with frequency The habits of and viciousness seem to be so ingrained In the very nature of the liquor traffic that Its existence means crime and anarchy as far as its influence extends Saloon In Oregon Up in Oregon the saloon business sees Its doom In the new county precinct Prohibition law In several instances liquor sellers became so crazy that thay refused to obey the new law and usiug every technicality and subterfuge at their command persisted in defying the will of the people until populfr patience was exhausted Here is the way the Myrtle Point Enterprise the local pa per of me county expresses the south ment of its readers on the outlawed saloon keepers behavior In Coos countySome of the saloon keepers of the county it is said will not comply with the Prohibition order It has now beer almost a year since the people of the county said by a good majority vote that the saloons would have to go Yet In the face of this they have been in operation through trilling technicali ties They should now be closed at once and the officers should be com pelled to do their duty or get out The time to argue the merits of Prohibition Is past the people have made known their wishes A handful of saloon men run the county Men who openly defy tile law are not good American citizens and should not be treated us such They are anarchists pure and simple If the wishes of the people are to be trampled under foot and no heed paid to their vote then what is the use of going to the expense of holding If this is to be we have no county government no laws a few men will run things The ollicers though if they are made of the proper stuff will enforce the law It doesnt make any difference what they think of Prohibition They are In office to do their duty and the people will them to do It It is up to them Cven Oregonian Wont Stand For It And the Portland Oregonian for Make Hay While the Sun Shines 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 or tile home 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 druggist of Lancaster 1m Public Sale of Land On Saturday the 25 day of August 1900 at 230 oclock j m we will for ourselves and as agen for the other heirs of Timothy Logan sell to the hlghesfand best bidder the farm owned by laid Logan at big death said farm is In Gar rard County Kentucky at Teatersville about seven miles north of Lancaster on the Lances ter and Buckeye turnpike road fronting on said road adjoining the land of William and others This farm consists of about 50 acres of good land In a good neighborhood with good fencing and other improvements- The sale will be on the following ternu One third cash the residue lu equal payments in one and two years from date of sale the notec to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale nutll paid with a lien to secure the payment oi the purchase money Deed to be executed as soon as after tee sale Possession for seeding purpose will be given in compllruce with the terms of sale and full possession January 1st 1907 We icserve the right to vary these terms to suit the purchaser J M Logan H T Logan Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Water PRICE SOc E McRoberts druggist has the ex usive agency for this water in Kentucky Whites C Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY KILL COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS Dr Kings New 00 SALoONS lOne lteuii the Penllt IP It I tilt cent tIm Ia n quietly Illustrations Increasing lawlessness elec- tIons expect without reliable Simpson practicable Grab Orcnard Goncencrated R Lancaster C WITH Wily tri Gittlse rirls anywhere Ways FOR cOLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHSand Prici- GOcSlOO Free Trial Sureat and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK Boots Shoes Rubbers Cist LustWeir Best Salesman ST 7It CINCINNATI 1 s c Ja TROUBLES L MARKS BOCUS yoais the most iirouuuiiuotl and vigor Oils imUProlilbltlon newspaper on the Isicinc coast wastes none of its im Illrust symimthy on those rtvffcct ivp icclitiv of tilt trade but i ys blintly At Corvnllls Forest otli IT places whiro attempts are isiatle to sell liquor In defiance of lav and public opinion It will be fountS such a course only serves tostrengtbei antisaloon forces and lucreasi their determination to win The loca option law is now the law of the and should be obeyed The man win openly defies the law is walking hliroad that leads to anarchy And oblivion the Oregouiuu might well have added The liquor bnsines cant help itself Its destination is bottomless pit awl nobody wants ti delay its passage thereto in the quickest time and by the Shortest cut History of the liquor truffle under focal option in Oregon Defeated at polls in June 1904 defeated before legislature in February 1905 defeated in the supreme court in July 1903 Who said Theres no use you ear never do anything with the liquor busi ness WomanH Time For Iolltlcw Hero is the opinion of two lively Pennsylvania papers The Evening News Franklin remarked- It is proposed to give women the franchise as a reward for having n largo number of children but the idea Is not practical A woman with ten oi fifteen children has not time to vote ot even to think of politics Whereupon the Vindicator retorts No time to vote or think of politics Indeed No Must leave that to tile saloon and the practical politician to plan to trap her boy and her girl We stake our opinion that there are more clear headed thinking holier motives purer actions and loftier ideals among the mothers of a normal number of children tItan can be found among equal number of citizens of equal tge and environment They are today Americas real queens Brewer AHscxHiuenta Ver un The brewers of Texas have assessed themselves 30 cents tIer barrel amount ing to 93oO to push the campaign against local Prohibition in that state Texas is now threefourths Prohibi tion and the other quarter is rapidly on the way Brewers assessments can no more stop the tide against the liquor tmfllc than paper bullets could stop a French revolution Thousands of dollars have been rree ly given by tIle distillers and whole tale liquor dealers of the country to sustain antI strengthen this resurrect ed National Protective Bureau with the result Indicated by this recent legisla in Texas The Wine anti Spirit Ga zette has on various occasions called the attention of the trade to the utter failure of tilts bureau so that those who squandered their money on It cnn have no excuse They have been warn ed again and again Wine and Spirit Gazette Many people who are neglecting n e y it will wear away are drifting towards Brights Disease worst forms irregularities strengthen urinary organs and builds wornout tissues of the kid so they will perform their functions properly the impurities the blood as it through them Diseased kidneys not and the poisonous waste tatter is carried the o every of the body dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular action you have any signs of Kidney ir Bladder trouble commence ng FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE t once as it will cure a slight dis preventfataland benefits system How to Find Out You can easily determine if your 21 hours a bottle of the urine arising If upon examination it i cloudy or or a brickdust sediment or small particles float about a it your are and KIDNEY CURE should at once BiirhiM Testifies After Four Years i Bwtets ifCirllsle Ceiter N Y writes About four years ago Iwrote you stating had been entirely cured of a severe kidney rouble by takf lets than two bottles of Foleyi lldnoy Cure It entirely stopped the brick ust sediment and pain never bad a return of any of those ymp during tbe four 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