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THE CENTRALCORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 31 liM5Sym YEAR 2 x NUArI1Sb I W To The IlADISII our i S I II IS LEI I ONI I Saturday i I i October I j jJ 1 trr Il w ABeazley Undertaker I R1s er3 We are going to have RIG Granitovare ist- h Come Darby Apfl1Pd1- 3a o 1aea s L 4rteriai and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 G CHRIS FARIS Dentist Office over store Danville st Wm Herndon Bun 1 Ilermlon Herndon Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug L DAVIDSONAttorney Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HARVEY 1IKLM of Lincoln county as n candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo erotic party Farm for Sale We have for sale a splendid Garrard County farm It lies on the Lexing ton pike about miles from Lancas ter and contains about 235 acres 75 to 100 acres of this farm are suitable for hemp and tobacco A part of this hemp and tobacco land has been in bluegrass for the last thirty years This farm lies well and has a brick residence on it This is a tine farm If you wish to see us about it yon can find us at the residence of II C Jen nlngt In Lancaster Ky 1m John M Grand Lin Orand I I ti 4 I r L R Law I I 1i stores s w l Jji r tti S S r Of fcocal Interest Lay in your coal Hard rain all day last Monday No drunks or arrests court day Get the urchins ready for school Big crowd went to Cincinnati Sun day The Nicholasville fair is drawing big crowds Go over today The City Council meets next Monday nightChicken thieves continue to get in their work Cooks are scarce and hard to employ at any price There are about twenty coons on the rock pile now Battle Rowis now as quiet as a grave yard Fortunate indeed is the family a faithful cook Business was fairly good with the merchants Monday Mule colts occupied the principal at tention of the court day ykl ors Ed C Gaines is doing some collecting for The Record Be ready when he callsThe colored Baptist Association met at Lowell Sunday and immense crowd was there Last Sunday was the hottest of the year and attendance at the churches was very small When you hear a man knocking the town its a pretty safe plan to knock on him Watermelons are plentiful Verily the melon cholic days have come the saddest of em all The state U D C convention will be held at the Confederate Home Pewee Valley Oct 3 and 4 Miss Mary Elizabeth Marksbufy of Marcellus has accepted a position The Record ottice Forty five hundred bushels of seed was sold in Paris Thursday at ninety cents per bushel A Georgetown says that a firm iu that city has sold to one man forty charcoal stoves for the purpose of tobacco in the barn Gather up the old boxes and lumber about the place Kindling wood grows scarcer each year and will be almost as valuable as coil this winter Not a drunken man on the streets Monday notwithstanding the fact that a large crowd was in town and the weather quite suitable for a jag A great deal of civil business has been disposed of in circuit court this week and the dockets are bein well cleared Court will continue through next week The remains of the infant child of M Reid of Middlesbourgh were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday afternoon The child had been quite ill for several weeks Notwithstanding the shortage of ice in most every city local dealers have kept Lancaster customers supplied bounifully for which the former are entitled to thanks for their hustling Meeting At Fairvlew Preaching at Fairview Christian church will be held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays next month instead of the 3rd as heretofore so pastor McCullum writes The Record Much Interest at Hubble The meeting conducted by Eld Geo Gowen assisted by Eld F M Tinder continues with a large attendance and unceasing interest Quite a number have united with the church both by confession and by letter Many Lan caster people drive down each night to hear the sermons Gets TwentyOne Years Stewart number who killed another negro named Will Merritt some two years ago was tried last week and given twentyone years In the Merritt was a good honest man and many believed numbers neck would pay the penalty He has been in jail since the crime and is showing the effects of a ad bcase of consumption Hager Speaks Monday lion S W Hager addresed a large crowd at the court house Monday and set forth his claims to the democratic nomination for Govenor in a way which will win many votes for him in Garrard Mr Hager is well posted on men and matters is a good speaker and can tell what he has to say in a way which commands the of his bearers He has a strong following in Garrard Billy Farris Gets 500 Farris the well known boy was given a verdict of 8500 in the circuit court for injuries received while unloading the big safe for the National Bank While engagedJn this work the engine struck the throw ing the safe against Billy almost mashed him into kingdom come or wherever good niggers go Billy is a bard working boy and is liked by the people very much J country bluegrass paper dry- Ing Rev O attention car i haying against inn penitentiary Billy colored and = Excursions To Continue The Queen Crescent officials recon sidered their order to discontinue the Sunday excursions and they will until further notice Trains leave Danville at six oclock a m and first class accommodations are given each and every patron Court Day A good crowd came in Monday but the rain made it very disagreeable Business with the merchants was fair ly good while trading in stock was very brisk Mule colts were as hign as a cats back though the demand was good and nearly all brought to town were sold Horses were scarce as us al very high and few sold Seriously Injured By Cow Last Sunday morning Mrs Fannie Farra had a narrow escape from being killed by a vicious cow at her home near town She was struck on the arm and knocked down one of the cows horns making ugly wound on her arm Timely assistance prevented further injury and the legion of friends of Mrs Farra are delighted to know that she escaped with no more serious Little Boys Lose Their Way Much excitement was created Tues day afternoon and evening over of two little boys Hubert John McGee aged about ten years They had not been seen since morning and about eight oclock so great was the anxiety that the tire bell was sounded summoning a large num bar of citizens who formed searching parties and began to scour the country An hour or so later the boys were lo cated on the Lexington pike They had gone hunting and lost their way How Things Do Change The urchins are getting their dinner baskets and other traps together ready for opening of school When we were their age the studies were fust read er sepllin book and slate but today the kids have books with names as long as that of a Russian general By the way we recently heard some school children talking about the fable of the tortoise and the hare as they called it By investigation we learn ed it was the same old story we used to read about the turkle and bit Appreciate Good Man At a full meeting of the the oflicial board of Centenary Methodist church of Danville repre senting the 340 membership resolution was adopted requesting continuance of pastoral relation of Dr E II Pearce for ensuing church year Work of last two years of the pastor was highly commended as hav ing advanced the interests of the church in marked way Dr Pearce has a legion of friends in Lancaster who appreciate his great ability and worth as a Christian and good citizen Harrodsburg Real Estate Rue Currey of Harrodsburg Ky sold to Mrs Vanarsdale and Chi dren the two story frame house and lot lying on the West side of Poplar street in Harrodsburg and belonging to Mrs Ophelia Brown for 82000 cash Mrs Vanarsdale and family will occupy the property from Oct 1st 1906 Also sold the farm of J M Leonard containg 88 acres lying about 3 miles from liar rodsburg on the Perryville pike to D P Catlin of Lebanon for 85800 pay able cash on Nov 1st at which time Mr Catlin will take possession of the property Prohibition Party Growing Hon T B Demaree prohibition can didate for govenor addressed a large crowd at the court house Monday Mr Demaree has been in the ranks of the prohibitionists for a long time and has a number of warm friends here By the way the number of votes cast for this party in creases each year and with the per sent rapid gain in ground the party will soon cut a wide swath in Ken tucky Many who really are refuse to vote for the ticket because they think their vote will be lost and party stands no show If every prohibitionist at heart would vote his true sentiments there would be a great falling off in the democratic and republican vote and each of the last named would have to do some tall hustling to bold their present promi nent positions Clean Alleys The alleys of cities have too long been regarded as a dumping place for dirt filth and refuse matter They have also in most towns been left to themselves to grow up in weeds and grass A crusade against bad alleys would always be tu the point both here and elsewhere There is no reason why alleys should not be as sweet and clean and attractive as streets Alleys should be so carefully guarded as not to be regarded as unsafe places for any member of the household nor an un suitable place for the children to play or passerby to walk in The back pre mises cf every home might be greatly improved and made valuable by clean ing alleys adjoining even lining the fences with clustering vines and shrubs would help greatly at all events the alleys should be kept clean and for healtn if nothing else A spick and span front yard with a foul alley in the rear does not look well See ad of line Jessamine county farm sale on page 4 A floe investment Injuries and the rab members- of C C afternoon fighting i continue disappearance Ellis unanimous prohibitionists wholesome for t The Big Event Of The Season The swell ball of the season will be giyen at Crab Orchard Springs next Tuesday evening the 4th and society folk will be there from the towns There is a good crowd at the Springs and the large number going for this special occassion insures the largest number of dancers gather ed there in many years It will be an all night dance that is dancing will not cease at midnight as has been done heretofore The orchestra will be augmented insuring splendid Manager Willis telephones The Record that he is going to much trouble ard expense to insure the swellest event of the season Tickets will be sold to the gentlemen for one dollar Lancaster society will be by quite a crowd of our best dancers John L Doty Dead Wednesday afternoon about three oclock Mr John L Doty peacefully breathed his last after an illness of several years His health had been poor for the past few months but his bravery and courage enabled him to drive to town and spend at his post of duty in the county clerks olllce where he served as under his father Capt J A Doty Funeral services will be conducted at the Presbyterian church this Thurs day afternoon at half past three o clock Rev C C Brown and Dr E M Green olliciating after which the will be interred in the Cemetery John L Doty was the eldest son of Capt and Mrs J A and was born in Garrard county in 1808 where he has resided all his life He was a young man of exemplary habits and numbered his friends by the score No man possed a warmer heart and we have never known anyone more and loyal to his friends It was the writers pleasure to know him in timately and we never knew of his uttering an unkind word of a human being Nothing afforded John Doty more genuine pleasure than doing a favor for a friend and he was always ready and anxious to do a good turn by those he knew He was a great favorite with old and young alike and his death is deeply deplored lIe was a member of the Presbyterian church His parents sisters and brothers have the deepest sympathy in their great loss Brings Much Happiness Several months ago there was an effort made by public spirited citizens of Lancaster to beautify the city by the beautifying of private property yards and lawns and premises with Mowers shrubs painting and general cleaning up fund making the best of circumstances A person making a tour of the residence streets at the pre sent tiae will be surprised at the produced The number of promptly answering the call to beautify is much larger than it was expected to be The amount of labor and care displayed in making home pre raises sightly and beautiful is very great While walking out one of our streets day before yesterday we saw a neatly dressed woman on a step in the rear of her home putting the finishing touches upon a fairy arched uncovered gateway to a small paradise beyond lined on every side with flowers bushes and other green ery her heart was in the work the heat of the sun had no appalling feel to her with a happy song from her lips and a deft hand gloveless but plump and good to look at she was training and trimming happy as the liappiest the most beauteous flower there she was making her home sweet and attract only to her husband and family but to the passerby and to the neighborhood It was not an ex ceptional case many other in other parts of the city have been their own and others lives and enjoyable by beautifying their homes The men of the family have been making the money and the wom en of the households have been doing their part in thus cheering them in their arduous duties In many to men have employed leisure hours in helping the good work The benefit of this active campaign for beauty and cleanliness both to health and is obvious There can be but one outcome to general uplift has never appeared to better ad vantage in the residence streets than at present It is sincerely to be hoped that the coming year will find a of the present years campaign with added attractions 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 Co Jas W Smith Agt office at B H Bat sons clothing store LancasterKy 8174t 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 at The colored teachers Institute has been changed to September 24 and be held at Baptist church conduct ed by Prof C C Monroe Lexington Kentucky All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Prices cheaper than you can order See em and save tf all neighboring mu- SIC represented extremely sometime remains Lancaster sincere results householders ladder ve not women making pleasant Instances morality ita Lancaster Herndon i deputy Dot duplication will money y A POPULAR MAN Hon Jno B Chenault of Madison a Candidate for Clerk of Court of Appeals The Record takes great pleasure in calling attention of readers to the candidacy of lion John B Ciicnault of Madison county for Democratic nomi nation for clerk of the Court of Ap peals This is an otlice requiring the services of a man of brains and good judgement and these very necessary qualifications can be had in Mr Chenault He is a gentleman in every sense of the word and will snake a very popular oilicial He has been a lifelong Democrat and hard worker f for his party always giving his time and means freely and cheerfully He comes of the large family of Chenaults so well known in Kentucky and has always been prominently identified with all matters for the upbuilding of his town Richmond and the state He has twice been a candidate for nomination for state auditor but was defeated and the gentlemanly manner in which he accepted defeat and con tinued to work in the ranks of his par ty has won for him the admiration and confidence of all good Democrats familiar with the facts He never dis played the least soreness but j caught step with the procession and j continued to do all he could for his g party and nominees Such loyalty cer tiauly should be rewarded His friends are sanguine of his success but the e Democrats in this his neighboring county should do all in their power for him and we are certain they will do so PAINT LICK DMiss Alma Lear is in Cincinnati Ray Estri3ge is quite sick with the Lear is expected home this week Mr and Mrs E W Norris were in our town Monday The doctors report quite a good deal of sickness in the country Mr J D Austin and James Gentry visited Hustonsville last week Mr Charley Rogers of Danyille was f the guest of Miss Elizabeth Best j Miss Emma Estridge is visiting her uncle Mat McWhorter at Bongo f Mrs John Campbell who has been quite sick with fever is much L Walter Haminack Dave IIervy and Rice Woods attended the association at Lowell last week DMr Willis Adams of Mt Vernon jj and Jack Adams of Lancaster were in our town Friday Adams who has spent j the summer with relatives in Indiana has returned to her home here Smith and Margaret Engleman have returned from a visit to their uncle John Engleman at Stanford Mrs Ben Slaven and daughter Mrs Nannie Jones of Danyille were at the bed side of Mrs Elizabeth Shumate Mises Mayme Fergurson and Lena McClure who have been the guests of Mrs Will Champ have returned to their home in Mt Vernon Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 8475 per barrel 8240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster A number one good bull calfby tho short horn bull from good cow he is blood red 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 Point Leavell Ky 8174t Important Notice When our representative calls with your account please be ready to settle with him as we need the money Please remember that there is expense attached to sending out a collector and dont require him to call the second time Haselden Bros Examination for A M The examination to Normal Department of A M Col lege of Kentucky will be held at otlice 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 privihges as appointees to the college proper For Sale The residence of the late Mrs Annie Herring is for sale and also a lot imed lately back of the said residence prop erty The aforesid property is on 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 The Record office has just received a line of handsome samples of engrav ed work Let us order for you and save you money tI TheLancaster Graded School will open on the third of September All children of the school age are urged to attend Tuition for pupils out of ills trict are as follows 1st 2nd and 3rd grades 90tv- 4tb5tbaud 6th 1200 7th to 12th grades 1500 26 J B Kinnalrd Secty I feverMiss Mary Miss Sallie 1 For Sale roughbred 5 for avpoinltees Richmond Its o improved S 4 Henry Every Day is Bargain Day TJS Now is the time to buy merchan dise CHEAP Dont miss this opportunity Gome to See US THE Coof A r V 1V Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Annual Summer Sale IS NOW OH For Genuiue Bargains Come To Us Fake Sales The Joseph Mercantile COMPANY w Bargains I i i C W 1 No r e WITH i g are lisa lq urters for high grade CO 1LS I can you in pries 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 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 I rMflW tAUi Jl A1 COALw JJif 7 jr r r Ifjfliljl rt fXfXfXfXfrJ 1lIJf I I I I ID I I fXfIf Jt r lbwwM interest y 4 o t i a Q Q Covers Most Looks Best Wears Longest r1rRVfJLL Always Uniform Most L FullMeasure Economical McRoberts Drug Store a short time now till that Dinner Set will be given away at Davidsons I GUESS now while you CAN I j soon sr II Only I I I I f X l exam m o o o 1 0 C a e THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital50000 Surplus 10000 A H DENNY President J E STORMES Yice Prest S C DENNY Cashier JP Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex E Denny AC Boblnson John B Stormes S C Denny I I Y yi f a WE WILL Keep Your Money Safe fe Solicit Your Bisiies I CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly One D nlar per Year LOUIS Entered at the Poet Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Matt Matter Member of Kentucky Press Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky August 31 1906 In Dave Wallace the Kentucky will go his length for anything which will bring good for the craft earnest willing and indefatigua ble he will give an administration of which his friends who are will be justly proud A daily paper says Mrs Chadwick the famous in the Ohio tentiary was a seamstress in that The biblical distortion Whatsoever ye sew that shall ye al so rip is suggested by her occupa tion A fellow who was sued for kissing a woman in Chicago set up the deense that he was just getting over a drunk when the offense occurred Coming through the rye so to speak in whicb case a body neednt cry A St Louis newspaper conducted an interesting symposium of views on the subject What would you do if sud denly 15000000 were given you Most of us would wake up most likely Many a woman wears a 25 hat who thinks that her husband discards his 250 derby while there is yet much service in it Prominent physicians say automo biling will cure insomnia In many cases it brings about an endless sleep Another St Louis citizen has been foully murdered By the way when is a person decently murdered BEUNA VISTA Mrs George Williams has returned to her home in Lexington Miss Jennie Skinner has been teach ing the public school at Mt Moriah Miss Lilian Poor has returned from a visit to the Misses Dean of Jessa mine Miss Georgia Cook who has been visiting here is now with relatives near DanvilleMiss Poor accompained by her brother has been visiting relatives at BuckeyeMiss Christopher is visiting her aunt near Wilmure and attending camp meeting Mrs Melvin Harris and son Robert of Lexington visited Mr and Mrs J B Robinson last week Misses Marian Muster of Jefferson fawn and May Sant of Harrodsburg have been visiting Miss Bessie Bolton Miss Florence Christopher attended Alicton camp meeting from Saturday until Monday the guest of Miss Ma hanMrs W P Ruble entertained a few friends at dinner last Wednesday Thoes from a distance were Mesdames George Williams of Lexington and A T Scott of Bryantsyille Galvestons Sea Wall makes life now as sate in that city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St m Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes 1 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 Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to Every bottle guaranteed at R E McRoberts Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free im IN MEMORIAM The icy hand of death has closed its grip on another of our loved ones Mrs Alma Doty Ray aged twenty years She died of consumption Aug 8th at the home of her grandmother Mrs Linda Underwood at Parksville She was the daughter of the late Geo and was ill for about five months but was confined to her bed only two weeks She bore her intense suffering with marked patience and tho of her recovery said she was and ready when the final summons came What a blessed thought to be ready when God calls us She leaves a husband baby mother sister and brothers to mourn her death She was a member of the Methodist church Services were conducted at the grave by Rev B F Nelson interment Cemetery Dear Alma it is so hard to say Farewell but where thou art gone adieus and farewells are sounds unknown May we but meet thee on that peaceful shore where there is no parting forevermore One who loved her The End of The World of troubles that robbed E H 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 cureforStomach Liver sad Kidney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c by RE McRobertB i LANDRAM Association- and J Press Association has a who Capable numberless institution Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping ta k e drugstore 11 Austin hopeful will- Ing Lancaster 1 drugstore m N preslnent prisoner pen Goa- teed wJ a ran Farm hands are getting 25 00 per month here for work Just now Mr Frank Hroadus sold last week to Hugh Gavly one steer 8 0 Ibi at 3e Mr and airs Morris 11 jssof this place visited their niece Alfa W G Junes at Berca last week and attended the Association in session there goods at lowest living prices Their trade increases and they build accord inglyMrs Saran Pence of Eubank and Mrs Susie Parish and little daughter Ruby of Cedar Creek are visiting the family of W T Watson and Care Prewitt Wotson and Prewitt have about completed their new dwelling house when finished will cost about 160000 In memory of Mr Harvey Layton a citizen of this place who met an death on Aug 7 by being drown in White Lick Creek He was a honest man and good neigh bor Three years ago his health fall ed and he has since been melancholy and did not enjoy life very much He served through the civil war in Co K Woolfords Cavalry and he never fail en to answer at roll call He was in his company and regiment He was seventy years old A kinder heart never beat in the busom of any man Peace to his ashes The body was in the family burying ground Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 240 per halt barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster STONE Mrs John Spears is improving at writing C S Sanders bought of L Lemay a horse for 96 Mr Will Mobley and family of this place are going to move to Kansas Misses Mabel and Lula Crutchfield were visitors at Wilmore last week Misses Askin and Nettie Hunter visited Miss Hattie Duncan last week Miss Lena Covington ol Jessamine has been visiting friends at this place Miss Nettie Hunter has been the charming guest of Miss Beatnc Sat ders Rev J W Hill closed a very meeting at Scotts Fork last night Miss Bessie Lee Pierce of ville spent the past week with her cousin Miss Pearl Sanders Mr and Mrs C S Sanders and pretty little daughter Ida Mae were guests of Mrs Archer at Paint Lick Misses Mary Wetzel and Fannie Askins of Wilmore have been visitors at Miss Crutchflelds the past week Mr Millard Wilson and wife of spent from Saturday until with Mrs Mary B Preston and family Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 4 75 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster Mr Alfred Owens sold a harness mare for 250 Rev who has been assisting in the meeting at Good Hope was call ed home an account of the dangerous illness of his wife Rev Pierce Bryant of Cartersville aided Rev A C Bird in the protracted meeting at Good Hope Fourteen new converts were baptiskd Sunday and ranch good has been derived from the two weeks meeting The young ladies of Good Hope church ari3 especially Misses Martha Ross and Carrie A rcher deserve a great deal of praise for theiruntiring zeal in making up money buying and putting down a new carpet in the church It adds to the appearance and lessens noise made by any one of those who pass iu or out after services begin Summer Diarrhoea In Children During the hot weather of the months the first unnatural of a childs bowels should have immediate attention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a few doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of castor oil to cleanse the system Rev M 0 Stockland Pastor of the first M 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 dis orders in children Sold by R E Mc Roberts The reliable druggist at Lan caster 1m A very young man likes to be taken for a cynic In Self Defence Major editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was gercely attacked four 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 1m A heart of gold Is better a cheek of brass 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 me1 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 B E Me Roberts drugstore Ira s I NINA I Baptist enlarging untimely hardworking popular buried 11 successful Sunday Lex- Ington Sunday 11 R B Tye summer loose- nesS 1 11 tl Hyatt FLAT WOOD pears than I r in an o and Crop J M Daniel bought at Ml Sterling 13 heifers 700 pounds at 525 Vf IV Guy and N P Vanniater bought at Mb Sterling court f2steeis weight 850 pounds at 370 There has been considerable activity the market for bluegrass seed and several crops have been sold in county at ninety cents which is increase of ten cents in the last week or two Axtell the great trotting stallion of Terre Haute Ind died last week of colic aged sixteen years When live years old he was sold for 10500 and since then has earned for them 300000 in the stud It is stated by a reliable shipper that at least 45000 lambs have been shipped to the eastern markets from Bourbon county for which farmers have realized an average of 5 per head or in round numbers 225OoO At Paris Joseph Stuart delivered to Spears Sons 740 bushels of wheat at 80 cents W B Woodford sold 36 head of fine export cattle at S 1 4 cents per pound Ed and Harve Prewitt have sold to G C McDonald buyer for Sultz berg Swartzchild 155 head of export cattle at 5 cents straight The cattle will average about 1475 pounds The Governments crops figures for July make wheat the greatest yield in the history of the countrys The spring wheat crop is only a full average according to estimates the harvest now under way but the winter wheat returns were so great to make a recordbreaking total given as 759030000 bushels If the gain in the condition of corn continues until maturity the crop will the bumper yield of last year Its con dition Aug 1 88 1 whereas the ten year average condition on that date is 84 Oats are estimated at 150000000 of last years yield which was the second largest on record A little over 7 per cent of the old crop in farmers hands about the equal of the tenyear average With a corn crop practically assured Western stockmen are buying feeding cattle more freely says the National Farmer It looks like a good time to secure them as prices are not high and the supply later on is rather uncertain while the demand will probably be good Range cattle thus far are shove ing too much flesh to be classed as feeders and it is expected that they will fewer feeders than usual this year If this expectation is realiz ed there will be no over supply of thin cattle this fall and feeders may have to pay more money for their cattle than at present Beef and mutton making will be on an extensive scale again this year and buying should be done carefully in view of the prob ability of an ample supply of these meats in the future I want your and am willing to pay for them W II Ward 2t For Sale Young Jersey cow Good milker R L Elkin I P Thompson is selling everything joke Store tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal Hudson The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf Dont fail to see the latest thing in hats just received at Hemphill West For wheat drill Good as new H K Herndon Bring your orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf Come on with your watches and clocks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf We have just gotten a new line of ties Come and see them before they are picked over Hemphill Dont fall to get some of the bargain dishes at Wards Grocery this week Your orders for coal will have prompt attention and be appreciated it sent to Banks Hudson tf A 6room cottage well improved R L Hagan 1 Sept Last week in or near Lancaster a plain gold bracelet Return to this office and receive reward tf Handsome Flowers for occasion See Ed C Gaines Phone 100 tf A number one yearling bull 3t Wm Royston Point Leavell For Two or three good rooms Joseph Falconer 4t Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 240 per halt barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancatser Arthur Joseph is interested with us in Laundry business and will appre crate it If you will give him your work tf Hemphill Our tin cans and glass fruit jars are going fast hurry If you want them 2t Balard Ballard Obelisk Flour 8475 per barrel 2 40 per halt barrel nonebetter Banks Hudson U Lancaster i I Bourbon as exceeds as bushels short remains fun ish I eggs SaleSuperior In the jewelry line at cost no tt delicious buytt J C 2t Coal For Sale with T acre or land on Crab Orchard street Lost For Sale Rent perbarrell j I W n Ward 14 S 1 tock agriculture f R T iis R btnson i West I tt 7zJ1 Wa n 91sat liti j lOur entire stock of CIiI r Bug6scSrri 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 Emore Call at my store and have your PICTURE ENLARGED Tifinnnf 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 ROBI1TSO1T J B COLLIER Salesman Prompt Payments of Losses Make Mentis Fire occured on Thursday morning Loss adjusted and discount J H KINNAIRD General Insurance I I I I i Lon paidMondaywithout I i t FREE C By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residenee No 7 SPECIAL BARGAINS This W IE IE IKl 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 750 yardwide white and black Wash Silk 59c 100 per yard Silk Pongee will sell while they last at 49c White Goods 20 to 30c Dotted Swiss to close per yard 15cWe have so many other special bargains that they are too numerous to itemize Sidney A Turner Dry Goods Notions Cut Glass c Successor to B W Turner Richmond Kentucky Atlantic City Cape May and other Coast Resorts 1600 Round Trip via Chespeake Ohio Railway Thursday August Tickets good 15 days and permitting stopover at Washington and Philadelphia returning Through sleepers and coaches no change of cars Secure space now For full information call on or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky UVjdtNlilitJ 1tII W m n nU N IJ U po vita w r Baltimore r t Just Arrived fiandsome Cire of New Fall Hats and scq them tubile stock is unbroken Mrs Alexander Walker Until September 15 we will give free with every PIANO worth of the latest music You make your own selection West Herndon Lancaster Kentucky EARLY FALL I Ready To Wear II HATS I LADIES MISSES CHILDREN Large and complete stock just received Call and see them That Smooth Finish a I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I Lo oooooooooooo fi lftf Free i from us 300 JaI1J1 G A T Y FOR ADA ppdoavv9v OrD0 8004000o00o0A1- V I r call r I V purchased t ptif M1lNNA1D 1 So much desired by men for their collars given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We call for vour work allIs swill MNLAUNDRY Phones 202 51 W Main Lexington Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY J II Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDYHENRYLancaster agents for Central Kentucky Monumental Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class Moments 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 t ti 1 j i Personal Points Col W S Ferguson of Covlngton is hereJohn Anderson was in London the fair Mr and Mrs R H Batson attended the London fair Mrs Georgia Lusk has been spending a week in Cincinnati Miss Emma Soper of Cincinnati is visiting relatives here Mr Henry Baughman of Stanford was in our town Saturday Mrs A II Bastin is at home after a visit with relatives in Illinois Mr John Ray has been spending a week at Buckeye with relatives Leslie Herndon and sister Miss Annie are at Dripping Springs Little Miss Hays of Stanford is visit lug her uncle Mr James Beazley Miss Alice DunLip of Lexington is the guest of Miss Kathleen Walter Mr J W Coffey of St Louis was the guest of Miss Beula Grimes last week E C Walton the general editor of the Interior Journal was here court dayMr and Mrs William Walker return yesterday to their home in Deeson MissMrs Dr Burnett and Miss Leulla Arnold are visiting relatives in Mich igan Mr George Walker and wife of Ind are visiting relatives hereSenator George Farris is at home a gain after several weeks out on the roadMr Henry Hurt of Hyattsville is in Louisville under treatment of a spe violist Mrs Matlic Nevius of Stanford has been the visitor of Mr and Mrs Joe Nevius Miss Bessie Brewer of Lebanon has been the guest of her aunt Mr T B Walker and family have from a weeks stay at Dripping SpringsMiss Nannie Goodloe has returned from a visit to Mrs C M Jennings of DanvilleMiss Moss is visiting relatives in Middlesbourgh Pineville and Bar to irville Mr and Mrs William Logan of Deca tnr 111 have been visiting Mr and Mrs Alex Walker Mrs Rosa Brown Crow of visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Mr Harry Robinson of Danville visited his parents Mr T B Robinson and wife Sunday Early and Ethel Wheel er of Lexington arc visiting Miss Miss Allie Bourne Messers J II Kinnaird W B West and Lewis Herndon have been guests at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs Geo Simmons of have been the guests of Squire and Mrs Sam Johnson Miss Mary Knap West left Saturday for Kensee Whitly county to take charge of a Graded School Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford is the pretty guest of Miss Katie SimpsonRichmond avenue Misses Margaret and Joan Mount and Lettie May McRoberts were visi tors in Stanford Tuesday Misses Ethel Wheeler and Sarah Early of Lexington are the charming guest of Miss Aleen Bourne Misses Vera Kimball and Jean Bruce laid man drove over from Crab Orchard Tuesday for the day Mrs J M Phillips and daughter Miss Anna of Stanford visited the family of C T Grimes this week Miss Mattie and Mr Sherman Dean of Little Hickman were the guestsof Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett Sunday Mr Geo Walker wife and baby of Greensburg Ind are visiting relatives in Lancaster and Garrard county Misses Altie Marksbury and Tomlinson are visiting in and Benton Harbor Michigan 9lr locker and daughter Miss Pauline of Stanford were here to see Mr A R Denny who has been quite ill Mrs M Elkin Mr and Mrs Edwin Moritz who have been guests of Mr T S Elkin and wife have returned to LexingtonMiss Kennedy who has been spending the summer with her sister Mrs Banks Judson returned this week to LexingtonMisses Henry Katie Lizzie Beazley Eph Brown and Dave Walker have been spending a week at Dripping Springs Mrs II M Vanhuss and children of Lapel Ind aftera visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Hurt have gone to Adams Ind to visit relatives They will shortly go to Oklahoma to locate The hayride and watermelon feast given by Messrs W B Burton and Charles was a very delightful af fair Music was furnished by Messrs West The evening was one of great pleasure to the guests Danville Advocate Attorney W J Price returned home Friday evening from Asbury Park where he has been recuperating for several weeks His many friends are glad to know that he has entirely regained his dur- Ing Grees url Mrs Terrill Layton Louisville- is Misses Sara Richmond Margaret LouIs- ville Sunday I Simpson learndon and Nor r returned West Middlesbourgh B Moss of Lancaster Ky was a business visi in Middlesbriro Thursday A communl from Columbus Miss last announced the birth of a girl to Mrs Lousie Park Terry Mrs Terry is the grand daughter of Mrs Nancy Brown of this city Mrs W G Anderson of this city was awarded three different premiums at the Vanceburg fair on embroidery and battenburg work The work has attracted wide attention and highly complimented Considering the fact that Mrs Anderson is advanced in years her work is remarkable Richmond John E Stormes of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs Alene Jackson BoggsMiss Lucy Noe of Paint Lick is the guest of her sister Mrs G W Moody at Kingston Miss Mary Engleman of Paint Lick is the pleasant guest of her aunt Mrs E W Norris Mrs James Layton of Cincinnati and Mrs Joseph Boggs of this city have been the pleasant guests of Mrs I S Dunn BryantsvilleMt Signal Mr and Mrs Henly Bastin of Lancaster were guests of Mr and Mrs James Maret this week Mr Bastin who is one of the best electricians in the State was here making some improvements on the telephone lines and exchanges W G Kemper cashier of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was the guest of Cashier W L Richards Wednesday Mr Kemper organized his bank in 1SJ01 and there is not a bank in the state which has made a better showing than the Peoples which now has a surplus and undivided profits of 900000 Business Items Mail Boxes at Mount Elkins New goods arrived at Thompsons the Jeweler i tt Soda Watecat Frisbies tf 80 per cent of friction over come in the Volo Robinson tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades We are exclusive agents in ter for Lowneys Fine We keep their full assorsmerft and al ways fresh FrisbiesD tf We are headquarters for everything in the paint line and will give you better value for your than any one else Store tf Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking it is the best it is the cheapest you get 10 bushels fo 125 Phone J A Jones Shipments of Laundry on Tuesday and Thursday of each week give your work to Arthur tf West Flowers goes where with ex pres 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 Nov 1 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 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 and reward J W Bonrne Coal salt hay and sale Special Inducements wanting car My motto is or measure and 100cts for 100 weigh after me and be convinded Phone 140 J A Jones tf New Laundry We are Agents forYheNejnrLaundry of Winchester Ky and will make two Shipments a week They will turn out only first class we share of your patronage tf West and Express by fine cut flowers from Ed C GainesSubject to your approval and receiv ed on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral designs a Special tf Swartz Bros Austerlitz Ky Bour bon 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 by Mount Elkin Lancaster Ky 8 17tf Important Notice As my accounts have been due for some time will be forced to place them in the bands of an officer in a short time Save expense and this trouble by settling at tf Sallie D Tillett Gentleman or lady with good re ferences to travel by with a rig for a firm of 825000000 capital Salary 1072 00 year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Lancaster Ky It Farm For Sale I have a Kb 1 good farm containing 44 and 48 acres situated 2 miles from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which I want at once Said farm is In good state of cultivation good corn hemp and to good orchard of 5 or 6 one 6 room dwelling bouse and stable growing crops testify as to quality of land Price 200000 if once Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky tt health RecordW cation ClImaxMrs Ice Crean Drug Store V byJC SewingMachine Lan as H- Ot Hemp For Rent c n or fun eight wort aska SaveTelephone ordering Cured II guaranteed Wanted tailor between sell baccoland Saturday J Box Candy Store tlli tot so once to acres r 1 have opened line of fancy china ware which will be sold at cost on account of not having room for Saturday we shall make a specialty of dishes and want to come anil buy Hunt tail to look at them any way W II Ward 2t Saved Them Dr J 0 Greeson State Secretary American Veterinary Medical Associa tion Kokomo hid 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 Soldand guar anteed by Mount Elkin 8 17 tf Want You to Know I want you to havethe exclusive sale of called East Tennessee semlKannel does not popand 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 Phono me or call at my office tf T Jones Hogs For Sale A lot of sows and pigs for sale Sound and all right and will sell at right price Sweeney Morgan tf FOR SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION E A Gullion of New Castle Henry County Announces His Candidacy Facts Upon Which He Relies For Support Former Superin tendent and Teacher Ex President of Kentucky Educa tional AssociationWhat Prom inent School Men Say NEW CASTLE KY Aug 18 1906 To Democratic Voters of Kentucky I am a candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction in Kentucky and ask you to nominate me for that most anew kno th I In coal OF I II U sine everybody A 11t E A GULLION honorable position at the Democratic primary to be held November 6 It is proper that I should state some facts about myself in order that may determine if I am worthy and competentTHE OF A COUNTY The following statement is just from Carrollton Ky To the Democratic Voters of Ken tucky Having learned that E A Gullion a former citizen of our Carroll county is a candidate for the very important office of Super intendent of Public Instruction we desire to commend him to your favorable consideration During a tern of sixteen years Mr Guilion was Superintendent of Common Schools for Carroll county and it is with pride that we say he administered the office with signal ability He raised the standard of scholarship among teachers and created a public enthuiasm in the cause of education that led to an immense improvement of t h e schools Indeed the schools of Carroll county were placed on such a high plane we pointed to them with pride knowing them to be unsurpassed by any other schools There was a improvement during his in cumbency in houses furnishings and apparatus In short there was substantial improvement in all educational revival a reformation Mr Gullion has had liberal both teaching and su perintending and is abreast of the times in methods and agencies His knowledge of the school system as well as of the rights and duties ofofficers patrons and pupils is not merely theoreti cal but thoroughly practical Withal he has the power to arouse enthusiasm being an enthuisiast himself in the matter of education We during all orpart of the timehe was Superin H ndMfc4l raunniar with his Democrats that corresponding mattersa in common commons received experience were county officers r i 1 c r work while in ottice The above statement is signed by Judge J A Donaldson and the other county officials who were then in office also by the present officers and bankers Every citizen of that county would sign it if requested I have taught in schools ranging from the school in the beech woods to the lower classes in one of our leading colleges N THE K E A AND BEFORE LEG ISLATURE For more than twenty years I have been attending the State Teachers Association and in 189G was president of that honorable body The published proceedings and addresses show that I was active in all movements for the betterment ofpublic schools originating some of them This is particularly true as to the agitation for nor mal schools longer school terms better shoolhouses modern equipment attendance As chair man of a Legislative Committee by the Kentucky Association I pressed upon the Gen eral Assembly divers amendments look ing to those ends and procured their passage I am the author of the plan by which three and four months schools were abolished and wrote the amend ment that effectuated the plan The selfsame committee brought about most of the beneficial changes that have been made in the school law in the past fifteen years the result being agradual development of the common school system THE END NOT YET If nominated I shall be elected in which event I shall devote whatever time and talent I have to the great cause in which arc centered the dearest inter ests of the children and the We shall make progress along all the lines indicated for a brighter era has evidently dawned It shall be my highest and most cherished ambition to foster and develop the States schools until they shall be adequate for all and good enough for the best unsurpassed by those of any otherState To better correlate common schools with high schools and high schools with colleges so as to unify our entire educa tional system will also be a matter for my best thought and effort WHAT SOME ABLE SCHOOL MEN Many prominent school men have written to me some urging me to a candidate others endorsing my candidacy From the mass I select a few expressions Supt M A Cassidy Lexington City Schools You are worthy and well qualified you have been an enthusiastic public ever since you became a man you would know how to meet the problems of elementary and secondary education as few other men above all you would know how to get in touch with school officers and teachers You may quote me anywhere as being for you first last and all the timeHon Jas II Fuqua Superintendent of Public Instruction During your term of service as Superintendent of you brought your schools to the highest degree of excellence Prof C A Leonard Supt Cynthi ana schools I hope you will announce at once and make thorough canvass of the State I shall work for you Prof W H Bartholomew Principal Girls High School Louisville A friend of public instruction when the cause needed friends Gullion merits the honor of the Superintendency Pres Jas K Patterson State Col lege Lexington Without to any other public man who has labored for the development of the and material interests of the Commonwealth I say without reserve that I know of no man who has done better work than yourself Prof R M Shipp Supt Winches ter schools I shall do my best for you wherever I go although I do not know you personally I know from your reputation that you are worthy and capable I have no ax to grind Supt E W Weaver formerly of Bellevue and Paris schools now of Brooklyn N Y You are the best most enthusiastic and most practical school superintendent I have known A strong point in your favor is that you have come from the ground up Prof J T Gaines Principal c Louisville You are a member of the Old Guard Your service as a worker for better education of the masses has been unflagging and contin uous You have in my opinion the ex act record and experience that best fit the man who ought to be chosen at this time Prof R H Carrothers formerly principal of Male High School I have long considered you one of the hardest workers and most effi cient advocates of good schools We are nowafter a vigorous campaign of more than 20 years realizing the fruits of these efforts in the establishment of the StateNormal schools The ed by a vainglorious spirit but are to show and do show I submit that my experience liar been to give me peculiar the most honorable office the people can bestow the Superintendency best commanders usually come up from the trenches Respectfully common andcompulsory appointed Educational I normal SAY become schoolman couldand Carrollcounty disparagement Louisville statements herein ale not promp suchas E A GULLICK Commonwealth educational intended fitness for State The 4 Paint Now is the tuna for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is 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 guaranteeEverything used in Painting FRISBIES DRUG STORE E L Woods Ircst C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORFOKATKD t Paint Paint i I Rainbow I I I I W Q10i7aa7aL i 5 We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking To COLORADO- her 23 to 20 inclusive To CALIFORNIA I r I 20000 IN PRlIUM CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS Sooooo M COY R L ARNOLD J S J B WOODS E L WOODS W C FISH nuxCrozes I R G BURROWS III GOYN Our Customers are Fully Protected 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 Z of Plumbing iu houses where you havent the advantages zsz pressure This system does away with an atic g that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will 2do the rest iS If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros Bargains In Tickets VIA Rock Island II n- u nnnrnftrn nnnnnn i 7 j ofwater tankall nuu unU1UUAU U U I J11111111l111lIIIIIIIJ11J11111JIIJU111J11111 Very low round trip rates all summer Special reductions Septem VelY low round trip rates all summer Special reductions September 3 to 11 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 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 BLUEfiRASS FAIR 20000 IN PRlIUM SEPTEMBER 17 T0 22sThe biggest and best Fair South Classifications include all classes of Live Stock and AgrteultuialProducts Kopps famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of Fee Catalogue cad other iafomatioa addnu CEO A BAIN Secy L XINGTON held the all sorts Le th ever In Ky- ks M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD HUGHES LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatate indicates the tact that it is the safest and best I since money yields a low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as he pays us our based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our price To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and Garrard No more fertile soil nor better people are found than in Garrard County Garrard County stands right up in the front rank as to the production of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for hemp breaking was brought direct to Garrard for work Our hemp and tobacco buyers always take the lead in paving the highest market price as also for all other farm products A new bank with a capital stock of 85000000 is 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 he shown by us at low prices commission I County being No 1 Brick store room on public square in Lancaster 2f feet frontage runs back full length of the block Is in the best business portion of the town Can sell this property so as to net purchaser per cent on his invest ment after payment of taxes insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 4 Brick storeroom and dwelling on Danvilln street in Lancaster Close to Pnblic Square The storeroom Is large mid well light ed Dwelling portion has large 2 story hull 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 75000 The building alone without the ground is worth the money No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit vou in location and price No 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 halls 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 rooooo No 11 2 new cottage houses on Totten aye flue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an Investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden aud lot on Lexington street in Lancaster home In sight ot the Graded school and in oue of the best residence sections of the City Price 210000 Also will exchange this property also Nos 11 it 12 above for farm propertyNo 74 X acres it as good laud as In Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high slate of cultiva tion This farm is 1 miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer it a fine investment 6500 per acre No 17 2ft7i acres of fine hemp and tobacco laud on Kirksville pike in Garrard County 100 acres in cultivation remainder in grass Water in every field with creek springs and pools Sew 7 room frame honse2 halls 2 porches 1 stock barn 2 tobacco barns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all necessary out buildings 2 miles from Churches school stores tc This property is right on pike and Is well Improved and is a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy paymentsNo 38 acres of land and nice 5 room 1 J miles from Lancaster right on the pike good improvements mostly in grass sev eral acres In tobacco this year As an Invest ment this property will rent for 10 per cent Price 220000 No 21 331 acres of fine hemp and tobacco land in Garrard County only 3 miles from Lau caster runs right along the pike is near an other pike Splendid stock farm About 100 acres in cultivation balance in grass 2 story brick dwelling new stock barn and other out buildings Is well watered Parties wanting this much land will do well to look at this or it can be divided into smaller farms to suit 2 or 3 purchasers C20 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 aud tobacco This farm can be divided so as to make 2 good farms frontingon pike 6250 per acre No24 A farm of 250 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never failing water farme house 7 rooms large stack barn and 2 to bacco barns tenant house 6 miles from 7000 per acre No 27 365 of as good land as In Gar rad County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes 7 A do cottage acres desirable 34 Lancaster Can be divided into 2 of 3 farms Will sell al ro a portion to any one buyer See us for price No 29 Kl acres ol well improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches t school Splendid water cistern well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7000 yir acres No SO A two story brick residence and 5 acres of ground in Kirksville Ky There is also a number one good store room on this property The place has plenty of water ami a good orchard The entire property will be sold together This is a good opportunity for a man into business in a good business place See us for price No 32 A rich farm of 37 acres 4 miles from town and M mile from Lexington pike on a good road which will soon be mule a turnpike For sale on easy terms at a low price Near good school in good neighborhood Land will grow lump tobacco and any other crops abundantly See us for further particulars and price No 33 143 acres on pike 2J miles from Lancaster 100 acres in corn C acres In tobac co 20 acres in wheat balance in grass good frame 6 room house aud other outbuildings fi acre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre No 31 ls acres best Canard Co land will grow all crops including hemp mid tobacco first class improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Bryautsville fi500 per ucreon easy terms No 35 71 acres on pike miles of Lances ter land lu corn hemp and meadow Small frame house and outbuildings Will sell at a bargain See us for price No 36 100 acres first class laud 2 miles from fancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses In Garrard C unty hemp and tobacco laud well fenced and in abundance Ask us about this one and priceNo GKi acres of land on pike No 35 above 8 room residence good barn and out buildings splendid orchard good cistern 35 acres in corn balance in grass will sell at a bargain or wilt sell in connection with No 35 above making a farm of 140 acres with two residences Look at this and ask for priceOther property for sale and exchange List your property with us we would like to show vou our contract No 37 100 acres of first class laud on good pike C miles from Lancaster mile from rail road G room frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever never falling stock water M acres can be put in wheat this fall every acre of this farm is tobacco and hemp land 6500 per acre No38 2 story 2 stroy 7 room dwelling barn outbuildings granery cribs scales and 2 acres of land well located at a business point on the rail road in small village A splendid chance for desiring to run a store Party now running it carries merchandise stock of 500000 Price 8250000 which is less than the cost of the improvements No 39 50 acres of good land near Bethel 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 3 miles from Lancaster good C room frame honse 3 large barns new barn room for 12 acres of tobacco plenty of fruit 3 acres of fine orchard fencing good 70 acres In 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 uer acre or will sell 150 acres of this farm who desires to go 3 water 2 adjoining frame store house 2x 70 feet anyone church In corn7 11 1111111 1111 1111111111111111111111111111 1 I 200 BLUE I ECalSI write for list or call ODT W Elmore I L e1e cHARRODSBURG KENTUCKY II1II1IIIIIIIlIlll I FOR SALE GRASS rre ss aMissuesutseius r Jesse 0 Wearen Insurance Agent A STANDING ARMY intiv be so ii U iMnnar oil their ihrouu 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 Once phone 48 Residence phone 41 Lancaster Kentucky PUBLIC SALE BLUE GRASS FARM Wednesday September is 1906 On the above date at 10 a m I will sell on the premises 107 acres of Improved land In Jessamine County three miles from Nicholas vlllc For particulars npyly to G W Lyne real estate agent Dr J R Pennington Nlcholasvllle undersigned DP M K Pennington Hauly Ky SURE SAFE g SPEEDY frwithKidneytlYERwl RHEUMATISM wu cured with tnt Bottle in 3 DAYS I N RHEUMATISM CURE Sold t Also sold by F P FRISBIE Druggist PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY I will at one oclock p m at the residence of R M Moss decd 1 mile from Lancaster on Lexington pikeon SATURDAY SKIT 1 1906 sell to the highest bidder the follow ing property 1 3yearold mare mule 1 8 or 9 year old horse mule 1 gray horse 3 good cows and 1 calf 1 sow and 7 pigs 1 shoat and all the farming implements consisting of iron roller 2 cutting mower binder tobacco press 2 wagons buckboard phaeton and other things usually found on a first class farm Also one half interest in 90 acres of corn a twothirds interest in 40 acres of corn Also some house hold furniture Terms all sums of 810 or under cash in hand over that sum on GO days time without interest with good negotiable note at Citizens Na tional Bank or the National Bank of Lancaster 264 ACRES OF LAND Will also sell privately acres of line farming land situated 1 mile from Lancaster on the Lexington pike a bout 10 acres in town limits About 135 acres in cultivation rest in grass All under good fence and has plenty neverfailing water Dwelling house is good and has all necessary outbuild ings Possession seeding given this Fall and of dwelling first of year or sooner This farm should be the vicinity of Lancaster has advanc ed in price greatly and is in great de mandAll parties having claims against the estate of R M Moss Sr decd will Aug 27 1906 W B Moss Admr A M Bourne Auct PUBLIC SALE I will on SATURDAY SEPT 15th 1006 bidder the following property A GOOD FARM rooms good barn and other outbuild ings mile of post office and three quarters of mile from church and good school This land lies almost in a square and runs from Poor Ridge pike back to Sugar Creek Terms onethird cash one third in one year and one third in two years with interest from January 1 1907 on deferred notes Possession given for seeding purposes at once J T RAINEY Agt As administrator of Patty Rainey I will at same time and sell to the highest and best bidder the following PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 mare and mule colt 1 cow 1 cow calf 2 yearling heifers 6 hogs 3 sows and pigs 100 to 125 barrels of corn in heap household and kitchen furniture and a few other articles TERMS All sums under cash in hand over that amount a credit of sixty days will be given purchaser to give good note Sale begins at 10 oclock a m J T RAINEY Admr 2t Judson Kentucky GOOD NIGHTS REST till t orthe DennS SSSCo Columbus O Tht BlSCOtEREIlIOynrs sal Druggists harrows several tai CityCouncil provento SugarCreek productiveone half and 10 ncCts try ln amiisralJe A knew in her That German Syrup homes tresJM greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights and exhaustion of a are dread dangers of the poor consumptive fear of night a few doses of Dr Boscheea German will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from or sweat Free in the morning is made tel JWe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle of will speedily relieve or cure the worst or troubles and that even in bad cues of consumption one bottle of German wonders t Two 0201350 and 750 All druggist For sale kjr B K IScKefeert peak for she cried to doggie he t S co hung itt Could impart The terrible But expectoration o p C Make Hay Wrtile the Sun Shines There is a lesson In the work of the thrifty farmer lle knows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and he prepares for tin showers which Hibrt to Otlhuv So it be vth every household DvMiiieiy cuolera n irbiis uluv Jt tack huinu njcnibur if liutnu vi h out warning Uiiambei lams Cube Cholera andDiarrhoea Remedy which is the best known medicine for these diseases should always be kept at hand as immediate treatment is necessary and delay may prove fatal For sale by R E McRoberts The relia ble druggist of Lancaster 1m LAPSE OF AUTHORS MEMORIES Great Men Have Been Unable to Written Thoughts There are several anecdotes which bear out the theory that a competent and reverent commentator may expound a work of genius more effectively Its writer himself could do especially such works as tend to the allegorical When the famous mystic Bohme was on his deathbed it is related that some of his followers came to him with the request that he would ex plain a certain more than usually cryptic passage in his writings He puzzled over it to no purpose My dear children he said as he laid the book feebly aside when I wrote this I understood its meaning and no doubt the omniscient God did He may still remember it but I have for gottenA similar story is told of other with as much truth Klopstock the German poet whom his admirers compared to Milton was once questioned at Gottingen as to the exact meaning of one of his stanzas He read it over once or twice and then delivered this judg ment I cannot remember what I meant when I wrote It but I do that It was one of the finest things I ever wrote and you cannot do better than devote your lives to the discovery of Its meaning STARTED ON DOWNWARD PATH Young Man Surely Had His Feet on the Broad Road Its certainly too bad with sigh ful solemnity said Miss Henrietta Stang over the back fence to Mrs Judge Tubman but according to all reports Its what he said himself that started the talk young Lester Pin ney is going to the dogs just as fast as he can Why he owned up to Gilbert Pine and Gil told Lias Turner and Lias told Amzi Sussions and Amzi told it to one of the Bump and the Bump twin told it to Mary Ella engaged to her you know so it was perfectly proper that he she told me that when Lester was up to the city last week he made a running around of nights till 10 or 11 oclock and one dey he stood right in front of a saloon and saw one o them giddy chorus girls ride by in an automobile and she winked at him he wasnt any farther away from her either than your front door to the gate And all his folks are such nice people too Smart Set Feminine Economy When a man buys an expensive hat and wears It out that is the end of the story A womans hat though Is a serial which runs indefinitely The pretty plumes which graced last years creation as white appear on this seasons of another hue and will run the gamut of colors until they reach black The flowers the ribbons the laces the velvet even the gossa mer shapes do service again under expert manipulation Take too those monster sleeves over which mere men guffawed so loudly When the fall for them was over their fair wearers Just took this surplus material and made extra waists of it This is not all With an art which savors of the mysterious they took those flowing sleeves of the fashion of a year or and turning them upside down made them into the prevailing mode Cleveland Plain Dealer 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 ex penses 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 severe and dangeaous cases and no family should be without it For sale by R E McRoberts The reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m Farm For Sale Having decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The laud lies 4 miles 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 plenty of water is well fenced and on a turnpike Another tract of land containing 6 acres joining this farm be bought at a very reasonable price Nancy Brown 1m FARM For SALEH- aving told our farm on Sugar Creek we now wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old Dan vllle pike 2J4 miles from Lancaster J HENDRICKSON 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 Ing to the most approved modes and methodsFor to D B Harris Principal Danville KY 824H tire so llHnlUel and till Expound sometimes than authorsperhaps remember Teetershes shouldand practice- of figurePossession should twins to sago r E e t 0 RELIGIOUS How Interdenominational Is Being Worked Out in Ma nc Cooperation and rccop ty br tvven i lK pve pr i iOi TV ch te nt v i tkvil ol o kj Its members are rej 0 enta tiles of five churches ttaptist Con gregational Methodist Christian and Free Baptist During its existence of 13 years its records show the names of no less than 51 communi ties where friction had arisen from encroachment or competition In 12 of these the executive committee gave formal hearings to the parties inter ested and in six the decisions of the commission were acquiesced in anti followed In 37 of the 51 cases con sultation and friendly conference led to an amicable adjustment of the diffi culties In many minor instances the interdenominational commission has been of marked service in fostering harmony Recently it was decided that the president of the commission should tape measures to urge upon summer visitors to the state cooper ation with the local churches in their services and work In consideration of the widely recognized fact that summer vacationists are notorious for failure in this regard hindering rath er than enforcing the efforts of the local church toward right ideals this action of the commission is a timely World ToDay Colportage Literature Distributed The Colportage association by Mr D L Moody in connec tion with his tulle institute in Chi cago has now completed its twelfth year of work Its literature is all of the strictest evangelical nature to induce nonChristians to Christ or to strengthen Curls tians in personal faith Its books are all sold practically at cost except the Bibles and tracts given to prisoners and some other special classes One hundred colporteurs on an average are kept in service Sales now run close to 200000 copies yearly Total sales so far amount to 4500000 copies of which 1500000 have been of the printed sermons of Mr Moody him self The Moody Colportage Library now embraces 115 titles and includes booklets in five languages Interior CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought y Bears the Signature of KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr New Discovery Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES BACK Many people who are neglecting symptoms drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds the wornout tissues of the kid so they will perform their functions properly kid neys the impurities from the blood as it through them Diseased not and the poisonous waste matter is carried the to of the body dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days a fatal malady It is pleasant to take benefits the system Hew t Find Out are out of order by setting aside hours a bottle of upon arising If upon examination it or or a FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should b taken at once rhM TesUfle After Few Years i Mm tfCwltte Caster N r write About four years I you statin tkaf I bad been entirely cured of a severe trouble by less than two bottles ot Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and tare cerer had return of any of those during the four years that have elapsed Twe MM end It For sale by C C T E Storme COOP RT0 Activity rlI dn l tin Ill lion Ie ster oneThe designed receive WITH PriceFOR or MONEY BRIGHTS DISEASE kid n e y it will wear away are KIDNEY CURE s e FOLEYS You can easily determine It kidneys aboutinL I wrote a toms and I am cured to cured lJeartU recomme Fol Cure to from kIdDer GI IILIAllIEEUU I c ai- f established u a s s brick dust S kidney bane disappeared I sin glad to say 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