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THE CENTRAL RECORDSKrKSTSKKTIl TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 24 liHJG tJFVJIB t jS I r U Are you going to build a Tobacco Barn e If you are we can you money on your NQiIS Hinges Roof ng and TIN WORK There is only one Ruberoid Roofing and we sell it See US Write US or Phone US Brothers Knives I rlW r J J Beazley Undertaker save I 7HAELDEIt I Tobacco A 4rterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit G CHRIS FARIS o n I II Dentist Office over Thompona store st ti tr WmHerndon BenD Hcrudon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS IVo 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 cradle party Farm for Sale We have for sab a splendid Garrard County farm It lies on the Lexing ton pike about 3 miles from Lancas ter and contains about 235 acres 75 to 100 acres of this farm are suitable fur hemp and tobacco A part of this hemp and tobacco land has been in bluegrass for the last thirty 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 nlngt in Lancaster Ky John M Grand Lia Orand R i w years Helen O f fit ifjlJ 1 I t rlm 1YJI M Of Focal Interest The grand jury got busy early and is doing some splendid work The weather has been extremely hot and oppressive for the past weekor ten days The farmers are busy as bees hemp cutting wheat and tobacco command ing their principal attention Danville is to have a brass band They always were good on the blow oyer there and the organization will be a success Call at Miss Lena Brights any time during Circuit Court and get a good dinner also court day dinner served from 11 to 2 oclock Help is scarce and high A good colored man one who can be trusted commands most any price for his la bor tJood ones are scarce The colored teachers Institute has been changed to September 24 and will be held at Baptist church conduct ed by Prof C C Monroe Lexington KentuckyTyphoid fever Is causing much trouble in neighboring towns Keep your premises clean and watch the drinking water The latter should be boiled so say the physicians Communion Sunday Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock The usual service will be held Friday evening at 730 The L N will run another 150 excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at five oclock a m returning train leaving Fourth street station Cincinnati at 730 A big crowd will go as there will be many attractions in the Queen City Will Price Getting Well His legion of Lancaster friends will be delighted to learn that Hon W J Price has about fully regained his strength and will soon return to Dan ville and resume the practice of law He has been at Asbury Park N J for some time Garrard and Boyle counties have united in having the bridge over Dix river at Kinga mill painted This is one of the few remaining covered bridges in the state However It was built back in the days when people were honest and is good for many years to come The Danville Advocate says the Queen Crescent road will run no more Sunday excursions from that city to Cincinnati on account of the heavy shipment of freight The last one was run last Sunday The half fare rates which have been in effect on Sunday will continue however Officers Beazley Herron rounded up a bunch of Battle Row coons on the charge of adultery and the chain gang has several new additions to its number The worthless coon is cer tainly faring hard in Lancaster Keep up the good work and those who will not work will have to seek another clime Sale of Farm Hughes and Swinebroad real estate agents report the sale of the farm of Ambrose Calico of 115 acres near Mc Creary to Mr W A Moberly of Madison county at 4700 per acre The pur chaser will be welcomed as he is a good citizen Several sales of proper ty for homes and as investment are in prospect Patronize the Lancaster Man Many citizens are showing good hors sense by laying in their winter coal By the way dont be led off on a mouse track by going in with other parties and getting a car load but buy direct from your local dealers They will sell it cheap as you can get it and make a little money too Dont fail to patronize the Lancaster men and thus keep your money at home Must Give Names One of the laws passed by the last Legislature requires all persons doing business under a firm name in which the full name of one of the partners does not appear to file information in the county clerks office of those the firm A penalty is im posek for violation of 25 to f100 or Im prisonment of from ten to thirty days Examination for A M The examination for appolnitees to Normal Department of A M Col lege of Kentucky will be held at office county Supt September 7 8 Teachers or persons preparing to teach may be admitted at rate of not more than four from each county upon the same conditions receive some benefit and have same priviliges as appointees to the college proper Have a Cheerful Home West Herndon the hustling music dealers have sold several floe pianos during the last ten days and have recieved a of new instruments They will make you the best most resonable contract you ev r saw Cheer up your home by putting in an organ piano or graphophone they do not cost mush and West will make you better figures than you can possibly obtain elsewhere Call at their store on Danville street and see the handsome Instrument I I I Iw 2t composing just bill Herndon preliminary sad y s = Investment in Lancaster Property Hughes Swinehroad report that they have just sold to R L Davidson the property of J M Vanderpool on Danville Street consisting of bouse and 4 acres of land at about 40000 per acre this property was purchased as an investment and is the special bargain advertised last week Hon N B Hays Speaks Hon N B Hays candidate for the Democratic nomination for govenor spoke to a large audience at the court house Tuesday afternoon Mr Hays has been prominent in political for many years and is a fine His friends are delighted with his prospects his speech here made many votes for him Fur to Fly in Lincoln The Local Option Committee of Lincoln county has buckled on its armor and declared war to the knife and knife to the hilt in the light now on in that county The election will beheld under the new countyunit law and the vote will be taken Wednesday Sep 12th All the county is now dry except Hustonville and Stanford and it is believed the drys will win by an majority Pure Carelessness For the past two weeks the Sunday papers have failed to reach the Lan caster office until Monday and much anoyance has been caused thereby These papers should be put off the N at Stanford where Mr Gulley the stage man receives the Lancaster mail Uncle Sam is paying someone to attend to this and we trust the marked copy of this paper which we will send to headquarters will be in strumental in remedying the Stick To The Home Merchant Our merchants take the farmers produce With them he finds a ready market for his butter and eggs his potatoes and apples These stores in the cities take only his money Our home merchants not for profit but for accommodation and to assist the farmers buy his produce They sell it in majority of cases for less than they pay for it and handle it at loss yet some farmers do not appreci ate this and take this very same and send it to a department store when they could get better bargains right at home Rue Curreys Agency Rue Currey Real Estate Agents of Harrodsburg Ky made the sales last week For L M Rue his 208 acres known as the Nat Lafon home one mile out on the Danville pike to Watts and Matherly of Jenk insville Ky 15000 equal to cash January 1st 1907 For S F Moore his farm of 180 acres on the Handy pike to J C Gentry and Bros for 318 150 equal to cash possession January 1st 1907 For J II Watts his 512 interest in a flouring mill at Jenkinsville for 2OOCC For J C a house and lot to Mrs Rebecca Yanarsdale for 550 cash For Ed Sallee a house and lot on Lexington Street to Mrs Rebecca Yanarsdale for 600 cash The Rural Routes The rural routes were established for the benefit of rural homes or in other words the farmers some of whom at first were not altogether pleased with the innovation They have however proven a much benefit and blessing to the farmer than was anticipated by the most san guine A farmer who has once enjoy ed the advantages of the rural mail service would hardly know how to live without it It did not come to the farmer however until he had many times earned it The farmers are our heaviest taxpayers What property they have is in plain sight and is taxed while the city gent many of them who deals in notes and bonds is enabled to hide his wealth from the Assessor For a quarter of a century the mail has been carried to the city home not once but many times each day Finally the big heart of Uncle Sam has reached out to the men who feed the world Outlook Bright Bids for the privileges for the Big Bulegrass Fair to beheld at Lexington the week of September 17 to 22 were opened last week Over four dollars was realized for these privi leges which is a thousand dollars in excess of the amount paid for the privi leges at the State Fair last This of itself is indicative of the general interest in the Bluegrass Fair and the realization on the part of those seek ing privileges that it will be the most successful fair ever held in Kentucky The demand for catalogues which were issued the first of last week has been very great It has come not only from every section of Kentucky but from many other States One man in the northermost section of New York another at Meridian Miss and others scattered throughout various sections of the country have written to Secre tary Bain for catalogues not with an idea of making exhibits but simply because they expect to come to Lex ington for the Big Bluegrass Fair and want to exactly what program will be provided It is confidently predict ed that the largest crowds in the his tory of Lexington will assemble on the three big of the fair Bain in nil declares that all six days will be equally big dftys circles speaker Land department possession greater atleast thousand Secretary e S overwhelming carelessness money following Wilson year see enthusiasm r 1 Card of Thanks- I take this method of thanking those friends kindly assisted in saving my property at the tire Tuesday night I am very grateful indeed J C Rcbinson Fire Tuesday Night The alarm of fire Tuesday night was occasioned by the burning of a cabin at the residence of Mr J C on Richmond street When discovered the fire bad gained such headway that the building was al most destroyed before assistance Hager Speaks Monday Hon S W Hager candidate for Guv enor on the Democratic ticket will speak at the Court House in next Monday afternoon court day at one oclock Everybody cordially invited to be present As intrest in this race is warming up a big crowd will hear the speaker The Graded School The Lancaster Graded School will open Monday the 3rd of September Indications are that the largest of pupils ever enrolled at this in stitution will report Monday morning It is very important that all children be sent at this time as much confusion is caused by pupils coming in late Becoming Dangerous Autiomobiles are getting to be as thick as burrs on a sheeps back and lives of those traveling in buggies are constantly in danger The machines have come to stay however and the old horse must get used to them There ought to be a law prohibiting the reckless driving of the machine on public highways Some autoists run at breakneck speed and seem to think they have the sole right of way The Big Nicholasville Fair Next week beginning Aug 28 and continuing through the 30th the big fair at Nicbolasville will be on and from present outlook it will even sur pass the splendid exhibitions given there in previous years The people of Jessamine are known far and wide for their lavish hospitality and those who have been there before always look forward with great pleasure to a return visit The show of stock will be fine and everything for the pleasure and comfort of the public will be in order when the bell rings for the first ring A large crowd will go from Garrard county Saxton Trosts famous band will play A Good Law Under a new law the judge is re quired to draw names of jurors from the wheel instead of calling when the regular number is in making up the grand and pettit juries for Circuit Court Here tofore it has been an easy matter to secure enough men from those hang ing around the court house but now the sherriff must summon those whose names are drawn from the wheel In this way the professional those who hang around in hopes of being put out of White it requires much more work for the sherriff vet the law is a good one So many of those summoned for this court were disqualified that Judge Bell had to draw new names Monday but Sherriff Arnold who by the way is one of the best in the state had them on hand early Monday and the jury was soon completed Much Business in Court The term of the Garrard Circuit Court which began Monday will be the busiest for several years The civil dockets are large some important cases being In the number while the criminal docket is heavier than usual and contains several cases which will occupy much of the time In his charge to the grand jury Monday morning Judge Bell called attention to the various matters to be looked in to by the body and urged them to be diligent and painstaking in their la bors The charge was listined to with marked attention by the jury and the large crowd in the court room The Commonwealths docket was the first called and the states attorney Hon Charles Hardin has been working with might and main in every case Mr Hardin plays no favorites and is as earnest in a small case as he is In those of great importance Judge Bell while giving lawyers and litigants all reasonable time Is allowing no waste of time and keeps the wheels moving rapidly and with perfect impartiality The Record says unhesitatingly that he is one of the best judges who has warmed the wool sack on the Garrrrd bench and we have had the best in the land In that allimportant position Following is the grand jury John Bogle foreman Charley Bur dett Allen Ray John Burnsfde W T King J Wade Walker Smiley Walker A T Andersonj James Thomas Owens John Meadows J D Pope Petit jury John Goodloe J B Guynn John N White Parker Vie M Rice Eob Scott Mack Jones J J M Hiatt WmScott John Tribble Givens Terril W K Leavell Alex Dean Dock Lee James S Morgan Jerry Higgins M F Jno W Wood Frank Thompson G A Brown J W Royston James Quite a large number of small cases have been disposed of of genera Intrest however The cue against Stewart Bumber for killing another colored Will was called Tuesday and is iQ as we go to prfsa who so Robinson arrived Lancaster number bystanders jurorsthati- s calledare business lawyers Combly tir progress i I exhausted morning Gregory W Reid Hill Bout lark none man Watermelons are plentiful and reaponably cheap Cantaloupes are just reverse A Good Meeting The meeting conducted by Eld George Gowen at Hubble is attened by many people and has awakened much interest Mr Gowen is a fine speakerand has many admirers in this section IIe has been in the South leaving Lancaster and his many friends are glad to welcome him back to thishis old home The Only Laundry In Town The only laundry in town where you can send your laundry every day in the 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 W Smith Agt office at R H Bat sons clothing store 8 17 4t A Splendid Selection The Eighth District Democratic Committee which met at Nicholas yule Friday did a wise act tlon of non Jerry A Sullivan of Rich mond as a member of the State Cen tral Committee to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Hon Richard Miller A more perfect gentleman or a truer friend does not live nor would it be possible to find a man more thoroughly qualified for this or any other position of honor May Go To Work The workhouse is full of trifling coons When they serve their time possibly they will go to work and earn an honest living instead of shooting craps stealing and selling whiskey There are many splendid citizens among the colored people in Lancaster and these are delighted at the warfare being made on the trifling ones The Record suggests that the sorry white people be now given a dose of the vagrant law Successful For Thirty Years The fowolling statement from citi tells result of thirty years trial of local option To whom it may concern We the undersigned business men of Mayfield Ky state that Mayfield has been a local option town for more than thirty 30 years and that as an evidence of the satisfaction of its citizens from both a moral and financial standpoint the majority for temperance was at the last election in fact the largest m its history We have a prosperous town of about 7000 not a vacant business house in it several new ones recently built and others under course of erection A large number of dwelling houses have been erected this year Our laboring peo pie are prospering and well provided for and their earnings which in whiskey towns usually go to the sa loons are here expended for the nec essaries and pleasures of their families We most heartily endorse local option Sgned R 0 Hester Attorney at Law C R Roberts Shoes N A Hale Bank Cashier W H Benjamin Secy B L Assn J E McKeel Secy M jyfield Mfg Co G O Duncan Secy Old Woolen Mills Cumey Long Vehicles Carter Slaughter Dry Goods- B C Seay Attorney at Law W S Foy Attorney at Law Brooks Dry Goods Mayfield Ky July 30 1906 All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Herndons Prices cheaper than you can orders See em and save money tf LOST Lost Sunday evening a gold pin with a red ruby in the middle Return to this office receive re ward A number one good bull calfby short born bull from good cow he is blood red 5i months old Fat and fine call at once if 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 ry Point Leavell Ky 8174t Demaree to Speak Court Day Hon T B Demaree 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 invit ed Let all friends of temperance be present 2t For 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 aforesld property is on Rich mond street In Lancaster This is a splendid piece of property The house is story frame and there six or seven acres of land in all For prices etc see or write me F Herring The Record office has just received a line of handsome samples of engrav ed work Let us order for you and you money tf The Lancaster Graded School will open on the third of September All children of the school are urged to attend Tuition for pupils out of dis trlet are as follows 1st 2nd and 3rd grades 8 9 0 4th 5th and 6th 12 Oo 7th to 12th grades 1500 fit the Colas LancasterKy In the selec zensof Mayfield J I I I I McElwrath For Sale thoroughbred Sale atwo u E e BIvaBilyd See I since overwhelming Sr are save age Every Day IS Bargain Day Now is the time buy CHEAP Dont miss this opportunity Gome to See US THE Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our AnnulI Summer Sale IS NOW ON For Genuine Bargains Come To Us Fakef Sales SKI The Joseph Mercantile W- II ua I i Imerchan- dise I I I logan Goods Co I I No c 1 COMPANY J Bargains 1 1 WITH VS- i ito 7- C i Dry I t I COALW ari hiaiq i irters for high grade COLS I can in tirest you in quality Call aud see before in your 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 Roofing Steel Roofing Rainbow Roofing Blue Seal Roofing Black Diamond Roofing at prices that sell Car load of American Fence just arrived Buy now while price is low MOUNT ELKIN BEST PAINT VALUE t fC1tj1 A fiW M tiiIINtlAtJ1f tlIifNN me 1 7E I 1 r wr wy wr wr wr r ZrbffJI l ffliff ll 0JfjJ fiifJifX0 f J I I I I I II I II 10X01 Jlj1 1 i Playing I r Covers Most Looks Best Tears Longest Lw I LLIAMS r lir Always Uniform Most Economical FullMeasure j j I d 5 I I I j SOLD BY McRoberts Drug Store I Only I a short time now till that Dinner Set will be given away at Davidsons GUESS now while you CAN lMgJ 0D X oo o nom ti 000 o r c Q 0 I ankI Of Lancaster 50000 SltpWs 10000 A R DENNY President JE STORMESYlce Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Asst Cashr R TEmbry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam1 D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormed S C Denny r THEw National Capital Robinson WE WILL Keep Yonr Money Safe Your Buiie IWe Solicit CENTRAL RECJORIs- tiuetl Weekly On Dofar per 3 e p LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the lnl OjKcf Ijnnuttr y SecondWan Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association k and Eighth District Press League Lancaater Ky August 24 1906 It affords The Record much pleasure to call attention to its readers to the candidacy of Mr E A Gullion of New Castle who is an aspirant for the democratic nomination for of Public Instruction one of the most important offices in tbe state Mr Gullion who is the editor of the New Castle Local has had wide ex perlence in school affairs in fact we know of no man better equipped for the place and he should be nominated and elected He was president of the Kentucky Press Association last year and did splendid work for the craft As stated above the office of Super intendent of Public Instruction is one of great importance and should not be filled by a figure head If Mr Gullion is given the place the schools in the state will be looked after in the careful manner in which they should be Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford was declared the democratic nominee for for Congress by the committee which met at Nicholasville Friday Tbte paper has had much to say from time to time regarding the many sterling qualifications of Mr Helm and our readers are aware of the tact that bet ter Congressional timber could not have been obtained Young brilliant true to his friends and an indefatigua ble worker he will make a record of which his constituency will feel just ly proud If every district is by an equally capable man tbe Kentucky delegation will be heard from in the next Congress A number of Parisian ladies have formed the Small Hat League the purpose of which is to promote tbe re turn of small headgear all of which is a timely move but if they will suc ceed in reducing the price of the things man poor man will rise up and call them blessed Editor Lew B Brown of the Har rodsburg Democrat hands out this hot one Dont count too muclj on the place of your birth or your The devil was born in heayen and of high estate but he has been in hell a long time Each candidate has threatened to speak in Louisville If they carry out this threat the Board of Safety will have to remove the lid for nothing short of strong drink will save the suffering citizens of the Falls City Wonder if these fearfully hot days were not sent to give the delinquent subscriber a taste of bis final abode Galvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city 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 drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m Interesting to Kentuckians Work on the Kentucky Horse the history being prepared at the present time by Thomas A Knight of Lexington is progressing very satis factorily Mr Knight who was in Friday visiting Mr Joe Hasel den reports that he has secured photographs of every notable stallion between the Kentucky River at son county and the Ohio River at county During the trip six were discorved as being unworthy of a place in the history and a total of twenty were accepted A majority of the horses accepted were for the first time In addition to securing this valuable lot of photo graphs Mr Knight succeedid in paintings of King tbe sire of Annie who was the dam of Mont gomery Chief Burbon King Emerald Chief and other great horses Indian Chief one of the greatest saddle horse sires the world has ever seen and Bentons Diomede the father of them all These will be reproduced and used in the introduction with pictures of Gray Eagle Imported Wagner Billett Hindoo Hanover Maud S Lady Stout Alferd G Wilks Burbon Wilks Joe ing Hanover Lexington Boston Leanington and other great horses and mares that made Kentuckys fan e as a horse State The End of The World of troubles tbat robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Ia of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years 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 cureforStomach Liver and Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price toe Guaran teed by RE McRoberts drug lm i r i Superintendent represented breeding Lancaster Mason stallions photographed locat- Ing George store 1 r z 1 aF Son Dow ago j BOURNE Mr F W bought a cow of Marseo for 35 Mr Sam Morford and family were with relatives in Danville Sunday Mrs Will Snith nf liarhtiiirvllle was visiting fritnds here last week Miss Muyinu Adams of Lancaster was a visitor here Saturday and Gilbert Turner sold a nice bunch of cattle to J C Pope of Hyattsville at 3 cents Mrs T N Aldridge of Stanford Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs s Mrs Nancy Marsee left Monday for an extended visit with relatives in Middlesboro Job Marsee sold two thousand of wheat to Danville parties at G5 cts per bushel Mr Wilbern Carpenter and bride were visiting her parents at Nicholas vllle last week Mrs Margaret Stone of Madison who have been with her daughter Mrs F V Montgomery for several week returned home Sunday Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour per barrel 240 per halt barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster MARKSBDRY Miss Lula Simpson is on the sick list Mrs Teleafus Pollard is very sick with fever Ed Sutton sold to J W Woods a 3 year old colt for 110 White Marcee bought of a pair of work mules for 250 Perry Tuggle sold 50 barrels of corn to elate Arnold delivered for 3 M F Rout has returned after a visit to his friend Mr Will Swope of Lexington Clara tbe youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Pollard continues very ill with malarial fever Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster who has been visiting relatives and friends here returned home Monday Mrs Smith Urton has returned home after spending several days with her daughter Mrs Thomas who has been quite sick T D Chestnut bought of Mr Brooks 50 sheep for 5 per head Mack Gain bought of the same party 40 sheep at the same price Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 4 75 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster Mrs Sallle Fox entertained a nom ber of friends at a dinner last Thurs day A splendid dinner had been pre pared for the occasion Little Miss Stella Rice celebrated her sixth birthday on last Saturday a number of her friends were present to to enjoy the splendid dinner and the numerous games that had been for the little folks Miss Stella received several valuable presents URYANTSVILLE Mrs W M Elliott is the guest of re latives in Madison Mrs Williams of Lexington visited Mrs Scott last week Mr and Mrs J H Dunn spent last week at Dripping Springs Mr Tom Dunn Sr has been on the sick list for several days Miss Anna Phillips of Stanford is visiting Mrs Eliza H Ballard Quite a number from here will the Nicbolasville fair next week Mrs Ben Holcombe who has been seriously ill for several days is improv slowlyMrs Durham and children are visiting relatives in Stanford and Barboursvllle Mr Sam Rose has returned from Booneville where he has been spend ingbis vacation Miss Allie Dunn has returned from Ann Arbor where she has been a special course Mr and Mrs J C Williams of 0 have taken rooms at Mrs Josephine Bournes Miss Anna Lee Woolford of has been visiting her cousin Miss Mayme Ballard Mrs Joseph Boggs of Richmond and Mrs James Layton Cincinnati have been the gnests of Mrs 1 S Dunn Mrs Henry Elliott of North Middle town has been spending a few days with his brother Dr W M Elliott Mr Williams came last week to take charge of his duties as he was elected cashier of the Bank of Bryantsville Misses Mayme Ballard and Dunn leave today for a trip t o Niagara Falls Toronto and Lake Chatauqua Miss Marian Muster who has been the guests of Misses Maret and Miss Bessie Bolton has returned to her home near Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 240 per halt barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster Misses Elizabeth Sparks Mary Evar and Tommie Sanders of attended the party given by Mr Price McGratn Wednesday evening Mr Price McGrath entertained a number of his friends very delightfully last Wednesday evening He was as elated in entertaining by Mrs R A McGrath Jr and T E Adams During the evening dancing was in and deligbful refreshments served The occasion was one of the most enjoyable of the summer and present spent a most pleas ant evening i e i g I U ifUoI IO t f c I lob I Sunday P bushels 8475 II pleasant provided I A T attend tak- Ing Loveland Lex- Ington LouisvilleI Indulged one 1I ornery Ham m Joel Marsee Sc s Mitt Mrs every s t It is thought that at least 1700 carloads of Texas onions have been marketed through IKrver Col this stNison A Lewis county man breaks lierecord by securing nine hundred and fortytwo pounds of honey out of a bee treeA L Haggard sold to Simon Weihl 17 head of cattle average weight 1300 rels of new corn delivered on the cars Goverment reports of the spring and winter wheat crops show that this yield of this necessary cereal greatest ever grown by this or any nation It exceeds over 750000000 own record One small farmer whom we know feeds and clothes his family from the proceeds of butter and milk which he gets from one Jersey cow The record this cow last year was 600 pounds of butter and 1000 gallons of milk which netted the owner about250Winches DemocratW sold 30 head of fine export cattle at 5 12 coats per pound Joseph Stuart of near Paris de livered to Spears Son 740 bushels of wheat at 80 cents It is stated by a reliable shipper that at least 45000 lambs have been shipped to the eas tern markets from this county for which farmers have realized an aver age of 5 per head or in round numbers 225000 Bourbon News C C McDonald buyer of Sulzberger Schartzchild of New York purchas ed at Paris from G C and J C Hamil ton of Montgomery 114 fat cattle for easterm markets The cattle 1460 pounds The lot brought a total of or 5 cents per pound straightMr W Baker who owns four acres of land in the suburbs of Goffuey S C rented last year according to the Cherokee News two acres more from a neighbor and from these six acres after providing food for a rather large family he sold 340 bushels of sweet potatoes for 272 SU8 worth of cotton and 35 worth of snap beans besides making 50 bushels of corn and killing 500 pounds of pork which he fatted from the products of the farm Joseph Downing farmer of esburg neighborhood Fayette county had four sheep killed by dogs Friday night Saturday under the new law reimbursing owners for sheep killed by dogs Mr Downing made atlldavit of his loss before a magistrate and filed a claim against the State for the sheep lost This is the second claim made in Fayette county under the new law Jacob Graves of the same locality a few days ago having filed bill for sev eral sheep which it is alleged were kill ed by the same dog that injured Mr Down ings flock At Lexington the price offered for new timothy hay declined last week and 11 was the best price offered for hay Sheaf oats is bringing a good price and the market is strong at 10 Old corn brings 3 a barrel while old timothy hay baled brings 18 and old loose timothy hay 16 Baled straw is selling at 5 25 while the the loose brings only 4 25 Weanling mule colts were sold last fall at what was then thought to be record breaking prices several top nocbers sold for as much at 100 High as the longeared beauties were last year however the indications are tbat they will go ever higher this year and buyers are already engaging tbem in Central Kentucky counties at 100 each In Barren county a number have been engaged at 85 each and one sale has been reported at 100 Wean ling mule colts are going to be almost worth their weight in gold this tall Summer Diarrhoea in During the hot weather of the sum mer 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 in children Sold by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at Lan caster lm When you find a fellow who cant make money you find one who is agin our financial system 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 lm Blood will tell but in some cases its testimony is more or less damaging 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 25c at R E Mc Roberts drugstore lm 1 Partn IILeach years croplooksIts of averaged 14162 the Chil U Georgetown lathe C Children dIS- orders 1yl z W cR 1 fj l1flI t1 rftl rfu I t e 3ui Our entire stock of Bugqksw rries 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 For every 50O 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 Me Long Friends Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and discount J H KINNAERD General 1 HSII I J n b t I N C iAC r O paidMondaywithout Ice 1 1 i flV 3ifis 3 a t ef FREE By special arrangements with Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residense Bastin No7 t SPECIAL BARGAINS W IE IE IK White Lawn Shirtwaists Short and long sleeves They are regular ifo waist all marked for quick selling 99c 125 yardwide strictly all Silk Black Taffata warranted- to wear per yard 89c 750 yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at 49c White Goods 20 to 30c Dotted Swiss to close per yard 15c We have so many other special bargains that they are too numerous to itemize Sidney A Turner Dry Goods Notions Cut Glass c Successor to B W Turner Richmond Kentucky Atlantic City Cape May and other Coast Resorts 1600 Round Trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday August it 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 tub information call on or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky This 100 per I a a VIa a AI JJ a a ttJI W w a a n n nU U k eo J 4 t S Vc represent D H Co the oldest and most known manufacturers Pianos and Organs Baldwin Plover on exhibit Sheet Music Machine Needles and repairs Edison Phonographs Records- A cozy corner for music lovers West Won Lancaster Kentucky Closing I am closing out my sum mer stock MILLINERY at cost to make room Fall Goods I have experienced trimmers Call and get a bargain Mrs Alexander Walker EARLY FALL Ready To Wear HATS I LADIES MISSES CHILDREN Large and complete stock just received Call and see them That Smooth Finish r Q of I receivedweekly II i I nI fIlL VaiB r I I Out I I i I I I I I I II i I I L oJ 4 of FOR 1 fal ill reliable j s 4r ZILdif ovooocooeoaaoooooooo oooooooao for- T i l ooooaoooa ooeooooo00000000000 r r C i ADAMIINNAID So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call workforvour MNLAUNDRYPhones Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY J II Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class Moments and Tombstones We are prepared to do the best work at reasonable prices We will be glad to furnish work Our friends in the countye I I f Y very fo anywhere j Personal Points Dr H M Grant has returned to Vir glillu Mr Louis Gill has returned from Estill Springs Mr W B Burton is attending the London fair Miss Mary Davis has returned from NicholasvilleMrs B Collier is visiting in Winchester Cora Ward of Cincinnati is visiting relatives here Mr Alex Beazley is spending a few days in Crab Orchard Mrs Jonas lluckcr of Ford has been visiting relatives here Mrs Edwin Montz of Atlanta is the guest of Mrs T S Elkin Mr Alfred Brent of Lexington was a visitor here the past week Miss Mary Noel of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mrs E L Poor is in Danville visiting her brother Mr Ben Letcher linn E A7 Puryear of Danville court here this week Miss Lillie Dale Grant is the guest of Mrs G 11 Harden of Covington Mrs Carrie Davidson is In Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Z T Rice bliss Willie Campbell of Frankfort has been visiting Miss Ethel Dunn Miss Carrie Arnold is visiting rela tives in and Bloomfield Miss Mable Underwood is visiting Mrs Fannie Archer of Jelico Tenn Miss Dove Harris of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs Sim Anderson Dr and Mrs J G Bosley have been spending a week at Dripping Springs Mrs Maggie Royaltey of Stanford spent Saturday with Mrs Belle Austin Miss Alice Dunlap of Lexington is the guest of her aunt Mrs B F Walter Mrs Jennie Vanhuss jf LaPalle led is visiting relatives in Lancaster Mrs Powell Duncan and son of Nich olasville are visiting Mrs Sam Hasel denMisses Mittie Dunn and Mayme Lee leave this week for Kiagra FallsMr and Mrs G R Harden of Coving ton have been guests of Mrs Emma Grang Misses Louise and FrankieKauffman have been visiting relatives in lIus tonvilleMisses Julia Higgins and Katie Douglass of Richmond are the guests of Mrs Louis Landram Miss Lottie Hamm of Bourne has accepted a position In the telephone exchangeMrs Frisbio is attending the Sunday School Convention in Ashland this week Mrs Sim Anderson entertained a number of friends last Friday at an elegant tea Miss Mattie Coulter of Bryantsville spent several days with Miss Fannie Belle Austin Misses Martha and Helen Gill have returned from a months stay at Lake ChautauquaMessers G Price of Danville and Mr Bob Otfutt of Louisville were in Saturday Mr M F Elkin of Lexington has his wife here for a visit to Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Mrs A Wilkes Smith who has been the guest of Mrs J W Miller has re turned to Richmond Mr W G Kemper the popular cashier of the Peoples Bank of Paint Lick was in town Wednesday Mrs R A Stone and little daughter Stella of Somerset are guests of her daughter Mrs Tom Wall Mr Jacob Mr and Mrs Davis and Miss Henry are spending a week at Dripping Springs Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville and Mr Isaac Shelby of Boyle were guests of friends here the past week Mr Cosby S Logan has returned to New York having accepted a position in the office of The J M Logan Co Miss Jean Bruce Haldeman of Louis yule is the charming and handsome guest of Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Mr D S Johnston of Cincinnati was here Sunday to see one of Lancasters most popular and attractive young ladies Burnett and Miss Luella Arnold leave this week for Michigan to visit Miss Jennie Arnold and Mrs McDearmondMr who has been the L and N at Mobile has been trans ferred to a position with the same road at Owensboro Ky Mr W S Fish now representing the Hammer Paint Co of St Louis was here this week He is quite success ful on the road Mr Jesse Fox who has been ill of fever for some time is very much and able to drive to town much to the gratification of his many friends The young gentlemen will give a ball at Armory Hall this evening in honor of Miss Jean Bruce Haldeman of Louisville and Misses Higgins and Douglass of Richmond Capt White who is still to his home by illness asks The to his thanks to the many who have been so kind i I I I I Springfield town joined Noreen Mrs Dr with better Record- r relatives Hiss attended Ball ird attractive confined friends lain quiring about him and offering assls tancc He is especially grateful to tho young ladies who have shown so much attention While the Captain is very feeblp yet he enj ys company and ap preciatS every call As one of the most popular couples a t Crab Orchard Springs were missing Tuesday The Record thought it would have a wedding to announce this week but it turns out that the bighearted bachelor whom all thought would return wearing a broad smite came back looking and folorn It was all ofT He has made love to every pretty guest visit ing the springs for the past forty years but we will wager a stack of blue chips that he will yet win the heart and hand of some pretty maiden Sir Isaac deserves an angel for an helpmeet and heres hoping he will win one IN MEMORY Shadows of great sorrow fell over the hearts and home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Palmer when they were call ed upon to lay away their little daugh ter Nora Annalene On the morning of August 7th the little infant while playing found some strychnine tablets which soon ended its life All that loving hands and a ski lie 3 physician could do was of no avail For twenty short months God has permitted the parents to have this bright sweet lit tie girl then be plucked the little bud that in might blossom in a fairer clime This is a tie bidding parents and loved ones to a better world Father and mother remember Heaven is coming still nearer you Your holt on this world must be broken for little Nora is calling you to the Summer Land of Love She has gone in advance Some sine must go before Then commit yourselves to your Heavenly Father trusting his gui dance May Gods grace comfort these parents till they are called up higher to meet the precious babe glorified at the Throne of God LICK Mrs Elizabeth Shumate continues quite ill Miss Lena McClure is the guest of her aunt Mrs W F Champ Elmer Hughes of Somerset been the guest of Miss Annie Burchal Miss Allie Hendron of Kirksville is the guest of Miss Stella McWhorter Miss Mary Eugleman is visiting her aunt Mrs E W Norris in Richmond Mr G W Kemper and wife and Miss Agnes Henderson have returned from Marshall Va Miss Ella Pearl who has been relatives here has returned to her home in London little son of James Butner was thrown from a buggy and consider able hurt Saturday afternoon Mrs Mattie Ely and daughter Cath erine have returned from a visit to Mrs Ada Ely of Williamsburg Ohio Emory McWhorter has returned to his place of business here after a months rest much improved in health Misses Bettie Walker Burnside Martha Lizzie Bettis of Lancas ter were the guests of Miss Stella McWhorter recently Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 84 75 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson- tf Lancaster LOWELL Ella Jones of Hackley visited Miss Cora Belle Hurte Sunday Mrs Margaret Parks is confined to her bed with malarial fever Mr Morris Frith and family from Brodhead are visiting Mr John liar den MrFado Parks is running a corn mill at this place will grind Tuesdays and SaturdaysMrs Rovlston Miss Emma and Lena Kinnard are visiting relatives in HamiltonMrs has returned after spending several weeks with relatives in Owsley Co Mrs Ella Howe and children from Duncannon are visiting her mother Mrs Belle Henderson Mrs Lizabeth Dunn and two daugt ters spent last week with relatives at Richmond and Duncannon We have a new merchant Mr Sterl ing Davis is now running the store formerly run by J M Meadows Spratt and daughter Myrtle spent several days last week with relatives near Mt Hebron Mrs W F Parks will serve ice cream and cake Saturday the 25 for the bene fit of the Paint Lick Christian church Miss Nannie Scott who has been spending several weeks with her Miss Dovie Meritt has returned home Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 94 75 per barrel 82 40 per half barrel none better Banks Lancaster 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 some member of the home with out warning Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is the best known medicine for these d seases should always be kept at hand as immediate treatment is necessary and delay may prove fatal For sale by R E McRoberts The relia bio druggist of Lancaster lu l l I dejected visitingfriends visit- Ing Jamesthe and 1 Mr Bertran cous- In Hudson- tf attack i PAINT has r Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins House PaTut Hiuseldcn Bros New goods arrived at the Jeweler t tf Ice Crean Soda Frisbies S tf Them is but one Ruberold Roofing We sell it Haselden Bros To save money on Harness see Haselden The Volo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Car load of Ellwood wire fence receives Haselden Brris Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades I want your eggs and am to pay for them W II Ward 2t For Sale Young Jersey cow Good milker Elkin Dont fail to see the latest in hats just received at West Bring vour orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanfordtf joke tf Store tf Come on with your watches and clocks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf tf Banks Hudson The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf J C Rjbinson We have just a new line of ties Come and see tuembefore they are picked over Hemphill West 100 mule colts 50 yearlings also horse colts Will be at Lancaster county court day Aug 27 B G Fox tf Dont fail to get some of the bargain dishes at Wards Grocery this week 2t 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 ollice and receive reward tf Handsome Flowers for any occasion See Ed C Gaines Phone 100 tf A number one yearling bull 3t Win Royston Point Two or three good rooms Joseph Falconer 4t Mule Colts Wanted- A B Schaeffer of Fleewood Pa will be in Lancaster Monday court day to buy 100 mule colts Will be with W B Burton It Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrell per half barrel none better Banks Hudson- tf Lancatserv We are exclusive agents in for Lowneys Fine Bpx Candy We keep their full assorsment and al ways fresh Frisbies Drugstore tf Arthur Joseph is interested vvith us in Laundry business and will appre elate it if you will give him your work tf Hemphill West Our tin cans and glass fruit jars are going fast hurry if you want them 2t W H Ward Hogs For Sale A lot of sows and pigs for sale Sound and all right and will sell at right price Sweeney s We are headquarters everything in the paint line you better value for your than any one else Frisbies Store tf Danville Business College Organized Sep 1905 and has prosper ed under the patronage and at the suggestion of Danville Schools The course is now a part of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School BOOKKEEPING Short hand and Typewritingaccord ing to the most approved modes and methodsFor apply to D B Harris Principal Danville Ky tf Fate cant ciromacribe a hardwork ing ambitious man with a circle of lim itation Half the worth of the bargain rests in the mind of the seller tf Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diar rhoea come on without warming and prompt relief must be obtained There is no necessity of of Incurring the of a physicians service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remmedy 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 and dangeaous and no family should be without it sale b R E McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancuter 1m a 11 Tho Wat r Drug Store byJInthe R L drillGood everythingin delicious coalbefore Wanted Coal appreciatedif For Sale Lost For Sale Leavell For Rent 240 Mor an t f ll glue y 824 severe eases 1 y t sons willing Ring lie hill A k Lancaster expenses Z f Try Black hear nut coal far cooking it is the best it is the cheapest you bushels fo 3125 Phone HO tf Jones Shipments nf Lnundry anti TImrviy nf each week your work to Arthur tf IIemphill 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 arc due so please call and settle as the penalty will be added Nov 1 C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard Co tf Ten room two story house one halt 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 Strayed Strayed from my place on Danville st a black sow weighing about 175 Ibs crap of left ear return to me reward J W Bourne Coal salt hay and sale Special inducements to wanting My motto is Mil weight or lOOcts worth for 100 weigh after me and be convinded Phone 140 J A Jones tf s New Laundry We are Agents for tile of Winchester Ky make two Shipments a week will turn out only first class work and we ask a share of your Hemphill West Save Telephone and Express by or dering fine cut flowers from Ed C Gaines Subject to your approval and receiv ed on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designes a Specialtf Swartz Bros Austerlitz Ky Bour bon Hog Cholera Remedy not only cured our hogs of cholera but it is in every way tho best hog remedy we have ever used Sold and guaranteed by Mount Elkin Lancaster Ky 817tf Important Notice As my accounts have been due for short time Save expense and this trouble by settling at once tf Sallie D Tillett Gentleman or lady with good to travel by rail or with a rig salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Lancaster Ky It I have just opened a new line of fancy china ware which will be sold at cost on account of not having room for same Saturday we shall make a look at them any way W II Ward 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 Haselclen Bros Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary American Veterinary Medical Associa tion 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 havethe exclusive sale of Hot coal called East Tennessee semi Cannel does not pop and sparkle like other mixed coal You want your house tilled early this season as Prices have already advance andwill continue to advance from now on Phone me or call at my olllce tf J A Jones School having new attractive pro position wishes energetic man or wo man to visit towns in Kentucky Good salary and expenses paid weekly Some knowledge of music preferred but not essential J II Moore Plymouth Place Chicago 111 Farm For Sale I have a No 1 good farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which I want to sell at once Said farm is in good state of cultivation good corn hemp and to bacco land good orchard of 5 or G acres one 6 room dwelling house and stable growing crops testify as to quality of land Price 200000 if sold at once Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky tf Public Sale If not sold privately before the 4tb Monday in August 1006 1 will on that day before the Court House door in the town of Lancaster at 2 oclock m sell to tle 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 the lands of Si Dailey Terms of sale and time possession will be given will be made known on day of sale This July 15th 1006 THOMPSON POLLARD Farm For Sale Having decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4 mites North of Lancaster on Poor Ridge pike and is known as the Walter Adams farm The land is all in cultivation and will vided crops are sold The farm has of water is well fenced and on a good turnpike Another tract of land containing 6J joining this farm could be bought at a very reasonable price Nancy J Brown 1m FARM For SALE Having sold our farm on Sugar Creek wo now wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old Dan pike VA mules from Lancaster JGHENDKICKSON t get 10 J A Oil r For Rent nd co fur t se car load measnre and patirOml e- tr Cured II placethem Wanted capitalSalary everybody2t Wanted figurePossession l 1 f I I I I I I I Tn phi ryE Ne sundry Frey references guaranteed acres vine a e Now is the time for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint Tile 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 FRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Prcst V C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED r1 1 F d u raait Pamt Pamt I R I II s arias carp resa I f We offer you fair treat ment with every that is consistent with accommodation conservativeBanking To CALIFORNIA 20000 tIN P9QMIM CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 800000 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JS BURROWS WOODS W C FISH I JlI WOODS L DIROrOR9 L Our Customers are Fully Protested by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance 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 We would like to explain to you the working of a system zZ- js of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages ft pressure This system does away with an atic zZ tank all that is necessary is a or Cistern will r do the rest z If Interested Consult Us Conn BIOs Bargains In Tickets VIA Rock Island II II rmI S w 5 ofwater 5 Vell Ve mmmillmmillmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmms itinnin nfntni t nrn nr r nitn n n n I r E krE i t r-f 1r1 To COLORADO Very low round trip rates all summer Special reductions Scntem ber 23 to 29 inclusive Very 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 Springs Ark Very low round trip rates all sum flier 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 RLIMASS FAIR IN 200004- P SIOMB SEPTEMBER 17 T 22sThe and best Fair ever Mi fo the South Classifications taclade classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopjs famous AUUtary Bind Highclass Amusements of aM sorts Far CaUtoe 4 ether iafenMtloa addr GEO A BAIN Secy LEXINGTON J th all Ltldr tem ICy 1i i M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates ti fact that it is the safest and best investment since money yields a low interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our con 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 5000000 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 rate of No 1 Brick store room on public square in Lancaster 25 feet frontage runs back full length of the block Is iu the best business portion 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 4 Crick storeroom and dwelling on Danvill street in Close to Public Square The storeroom is large and well Dwelling portion has large a story hall 4 rooms and bath room above 3 rooms below large basement good garden and fruit stable at the rear of premises opening on alley Price J375000 The building alone without the ground ii worth the mosey No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit you in location and price Xo 9 Large and commodious brick busi ness house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 hulls and 2 verandars good cistern and well on the premises 1 acres of ground coal yard and scales Large basement under the house The building on this property cost what we ask for It Price 500000 No 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave 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 A de girable home In sight oi the Graded school and iu one of the best residence sections of the City Price 2COOOO Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 t 12 above for farm property No 16 74 X acres of 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 Bryantsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer it a fine investment C500 per acre No 17 257 i acres of fine hemp and tobacco land on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres iu cultivation remainder in grass Water In every field with creek springs and pools J ew 7 room frame house2 halls t 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house Ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all neceasary out buildings 2 M miles from Churches school stores This property Is right on pike and is well improved and U a bargain at 6500 per acre Term easy paymentsNo 38 acres of land and nice 5 room 1 H miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly In grass sev eral acres iu tobacco this year Aa an invest ment this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000 No 21 331 acres of fine hemp and tobacco land in Garrard County only 2 miles from runs right along the pike is near an other pike Splendid stock farm About 100 acres iu cultivation balance in grass 2 story brick dwelling new stock barn and other out buildings Is well watered Parties wanting this much land will do well to look at this or It can be divided into smaller farms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers 6250 per acre NO 22 242 acres of good and fertile land right on Danville pike 2 miles from town good house new barn cud 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 fronting on pike 6250 per acre No24 A farm of 250 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never failing water house 7 rooms large st jck barn and bacco barns tenant house 6 miles from Lan caster 7000 per acre No 27 365 acres of as good land as in Gar rad County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes flue cultivation c cottage Lancaster farme 2to Lancaster lighted Can be divided into 2 of 3 farms Will sell all ro u portion to any one buyer See us for price No 29 67 acres ol well improved laud on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well nt 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 line plenty of water and a good orchard The entire property will he sold together This is a good opportunity for a man who desires to go Into blisinnss in a good business place See us for trice No 32 A rich hum of 375 acres 4 miles from town and H mile from Lexington pike on a good road which will soot 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 2J miles from Lancaster 100 acres iu corn C acres in 20 acres in wheat balance In grass good frame G room house and other outbuildings C acre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre No 34 192 acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops Including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered 90 acres iu grass 2 miles from Bryauuville 6500 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 for price No 36 100 acres first class land 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses in Gurrard C unty hemp and tobacco laud well fenced and wat er in abundance Ask us about this one and priceNo 69 acres of land on pike adjoin ing No 35 above 8 room residence good barn and out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in 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 laud ongood pike G miles from Lancaster 1 mile from rail road 6 room frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever never falling stock water 0 acres can be put in wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco and hemp land 6300 per acre No38 2 story frame 2ox70 feet 3 story 7 room dwelling barn outbuildings granery cribs scales and 2JJ acres of land well located at a business point on the rail road iu small village A splendid chance for desiring to run a store Party now running it carries merchandise stock of 8500000 Price 250000 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 cul tivation 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 41 200 acres of land located on pike miles from Lancaster good G room frame house 2 large barns new barn room for 12 acres of tobacco plenty of fruit 2 acres of fine orchard fencing good 70 acres in corn 7 acres in tobacco 35 acres wheat stubble sown in grass balance in grass and cultivation cistern at house and plenty of stock water Price 35 per acre or will sell 150 acres of this farm Seems corn store house anyone 3 S tobacco a rII lIun 11000011 101 10OOOOOOOOO00 1110 00000001 1 FOR SALE I 200 BLUE GRASS I l CLrrey I HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY J I Write for list or call on r W Elmo- reue usuNeusssssssHeIoeeeveooeoMweessMSta rI r 1 A primary Is hereby ciif ed for Saturday the tina day of Sep tember 1100 in all tile voting precin cts in the Eighth Congressional Dis trict of Kentucky at the regular vot fug places between the hours of 6 oclock u m and four oclock m for the purpose of selecting a Democratic candidate for Representative in Con tress in said District 2 All Democrats who are residents of said District and who are legal voters on November 6 1906 will premitted to vote in their respective precincts and are invited and reques ted to do so 3 Every candidate who desires to 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 flf teen days before the date for holding said primary the sum of seven dred dollars to be used in defraying the expenses of holding said primary election and at the same time of 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 shall be notice to the Committee 4 In all cities in which the law the of voters the Democratic of such counties or the Chair man thereof is authorised to cause the names of Democrats registered at the last general registration to be copied into separate books as is by law 5 election shall be held in all respects as is required by law for hold ing regular primary and a uniform ballot 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 G The Democratic County Commit the of each county shall appoint the ollicers in each precinct to hold the election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the candidates at least ten days before said election and to be as nearly equally divided as possible as to Judges Clerks and Sher ifs among the various candidate The ollicers of said primary election will when the polls are closed once to count the votes cast each person for said olllce and after counting the votes they will return to the boxes sealing up the boxes and the ShcrffHs 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 ollicers 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 olllce 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 court house in the time required by law to wit within two days said elec tion 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 theDistrict Committee of the Eighth Congressionol District which District Committee shall on Wednesday the fifth day of inOO at 10 oclock in the city of Kicholasville Jessamine county Kentucky meet and canvass the re turns declare the result and Issue a certificate of nomination to the suc cessful candidate 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 said primary it shall be re turned to those by whom it was paid in in the same proportion in which it was paid by them if there should be a deficit then the candidates shall he assessed to supply such delicit Provded however if no more than one candidate shall have complied with the conditions herein imposed hy Aug 11 1906 then the Chairman of the Dis trlct 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 Democratic party for said ollice and to issue to him a certificate of nomination and the primary election herein brderd will not be held II Tne order on the ballot in which the names of the candidates who may enter this primary shall be printed shall 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 Saunders Secretary 5t GOOD for OLD and YOUNG Congressional Primary election be- his Chairman those counties having proceed- at Chairman to the Chlrman September a m Letcher r C4I1tOK have hun making registration Committee required August Flower keeps the healthy nd strong and mile the whole long So when Mamma needs more they rush in high And druggist Please give it to me I Inability to brisk and fresh in lack of appetite pallor muddy complexion indicate a disordered and bad adults and children of taking Greens August regu a few a reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never CMC chronic constipation and Two sizes 250 AU druggist Ja For le y B B HeRokert children gar lethe digestionin too also the urgent neea IS and mind tt It J I ll stomach natural andY WORLD UNIQUE CHINESE MISSION Native Christians Conduct a Successful Forward Movement in Shanghai In December 1905 an informal con ference of 12 leaders of missions hav ing Christian work In Shanghai met to discuss the need of a spiritual for ward movement They decided that to be most effective this should be con ducted by Chinese Various mem bers consulted with their Chinese as sociates with tho result that the Chi nese clergymen and other Christian workers met dally for ten days at the Chinese Y M C A to pray about the matter It was finally decided to Invite Dr Y S LI and Rev B D Li of Suchau to visit Shanghai after the new year Three thousand confession and prayer cards were distributed to Chinese Christians and on February 13 meet ings began which wore strictly limit ed to Christians For eleven even ings In the midst of constant rain an average of probably 200 church members assembled at tho London mission and Presbyterian churches Dr LI addressed the missionary prayer meeting and his statement that the lack of spiritual power amongst Chinese Christians was due to the same lack among for eigners who are tho instructors and leaders of the Chinese was received by an audience conscious of its truth Mr It E Lewis writes to the Rec ord of Christian Work that Dr Lis last meeting was largely attended and for two hours there was a stream of prayer testimony and confession of sin The Yoke Fellows band at the Chinese Y M C A planned a of meetings for Englishspeaking nonChristians These have Just closed having been addressed by Mr F S Brockman on four evenings Au diences larger than have ever been crowded into the rooms listened two aftermeetings were held with about 50 Inquirers of whom 12 publicly ex pressed their purpose to be Christians Some of these were men of prominent families and will have opposition and temptation to face but all of those who definitely decided had been in past years students in Christian col leges but had made no open confes sion to Christ PAPYRUS TREASURE Ancient Manuscripts of a Fragment of Another Gospel Found in Egypt Though of course on an exceedingly limited scale there must have been some sort of circulation of the Scrip tures in ancient times says the Rec ord of Christian Work Papyrus frag ments are continually being brought to light as the result of archaeological research The latest find is one of considerable interest Drs Grenfell and Hunt two of our most accom plished scholars have just disinterred at Oxyrhyncus an ancient Egyptian city on the banks of the Nile a vellum leaf containing 45 lines in all from a manuscript of a lost gospel The Incident it records is quite different from anything we have In the canon ical gospels but the figure of our Lord In it is easily recognizable from all we learn about Him in them The fragment tells of a visit of Jesus with his disciples to the temple at Jeru salem where they meet with a Phari see who reproaches them with their failure to perform the necessary cere monial of purification before entering the holy place The Pharisee in an swer to a question by Jesus describes in some detail the formalities he had himself just been observing Jesus makes au eloquent and crushing reply the burden of which is the contrast of outward with in ward purity UNIQUE OFFERING IN KOREA Native Convents Give Days of Service That the Gospel May Be Spread A few months ago sonic 400 Chris tians in North Korea where the pow er of God has been deeply felt met together asking of one another what they could do to spread this Good News of Christ After much prayer and conference they decided to make a new kind of offering to the Lord They had al ready contributed what money they could afford and now they decided to give an offering of men for free will ing service in spreading the gospel among those of their countrymen who knew It not Each gave a definite number of days and before the meet ing closed two years of time had been voluntarily offered The news spread round the district and soon 2000 days of voluntary service were promised Several months have passed and now within the last fortnight we hear that 2000 souls have been added to the church and the work still go ing on Separation of Church and State in Italy France has cast aside what she felt to be her religious shackles and It may be natural that the movement iu France should bo followed by similar movements In other Catholic coun tries as for example in Italy In fact Rlcclotto Canudo tells us In the Gazette de Geneve that the demand for a separation 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