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THE CENTRALLANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 19U6 RECORDs SEJEXTEENTII YE4R IrrVBB I f l Jif J 1 i IWhet Lelle V I washing i I eI i is the I Best Made J I Guaranteed by I I HALT BI1totllel1tS rt WWNf JI r 4 Maohi- ncIL v JAJeazley Undertakeri 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 at WmHerndon Ben D Hcrndoii Herndon 6c Herndon Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Jk L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county as a candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky in Congress to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the party The residence of the late Mrs Annie Herring is for sale and also a lot imed iately back of the said residence prop erty The aforesid property is on Rich mood 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 E F Herring or C V Anderson tf i r III I I JI iI LI r I tJ f For Sale t J r4 F Democratic s Of kocal Interest Court adjourns this week Fishermen have been having fine sport at Lake Placid The grand jury returned indictments mostly for misdemeanors 1 50 to Cincinnati and return Sun day Train leaves at five a m all day in the city The state U D C convention will at the Confederate Home Pewee Valley Oct 3 and 4 Lancaster has begun on a zoological garden by caging a bunch of trilling coons Cynthiana Democrat The Baptist Aid society will meet with Mrs C S Ellis next Monday after noon at half past two oclock Sept 10th Instead of imporving the question of farm help grows more serious It is next to Impossible to get help of any kind The Ladies of the Baptist Aid Society will give an exchange Kov28th the day beore Thanksgiving Particu lars later 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 Kentucky From date all letters that you waut to go in mail for train that passes this place at 510 a m must be mailed by i p m and on Sunday before 7 p m W T West P M Another On the K C When trains on the Knoxville run into Rowland the call Rowland Change cars for Paint Lick Lowell and all points of the Iloss Weed Central Their many friends extend deepest sympathy to Dr and Mrs G Chris Faris on the death of their infant which died Wednesday afternoon at three oclock The baby was born Monday morning She was a child and had been named Gill for Mrs Faris mother The little body was laid to rest in the Lan caster Cemetery this Thursday morning Store Closed Our store will be closed on the dates Thursday Sept 20th and Saturday the 29th The former is the Jewish New Year and the latter the Day of Atonement tf Joseph Mercantile Co gIving beheld NotIce division Margaret following JoBU fifty nin 11armc Lancaster beautiful e NewStocks FALL and WINTER Clothing Shoes Hats FURNISHING GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY See our line of SOZHZOOL SIHIOIES for Girls and Boys If you want a good strong SCHOOL SUIT for your boy we are the people to buy it from We have the best on the market H T LOGAN 0 i U of I I AND I t I i I i eI- I l t t q Sale of Farm Sheriff C A Arnold purchased of J M Orand the farm on which the former resides Monday The place contains 255 acres and the price was 870 an acre The land lies on Lexington pike near and is very desirable Cases Continued In the circuit court Monday the cases against II umber for killing was continued until next court on motion of the Commonwealth The cases against Jennings for killing was continued on motion of the defense Miss Amanda Anderson and Mrs John Magee went to Stanford last week and organized a W C T U in that city The Union has fourteen charter members and is quite ehthusi astic The Lancaster ladies were treated royally and enjoyed their visit very much Sells his Farm Stanford D Robin son has sold to Mrs Jones of Wayne county his magnificent farm of 225 acres near Hustonyille at 80 It is hoped that Mr Robinson will buy an other farm in Lincoln or at any rate will not move from this county Examination for A M The examination for appoinitecs to Normal Department of A M Co lege of Kentucky will be held at oflice county Supt September 7 8 Teachers or persons preparing to teach may be 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 Fine Foundation The foundation for the new bank is of the best ever made in Lancas ter the workmanship being perfect in every detail It has been allowed to settle for several weeks a good idea Most all the brick material is on the ground and the work will be resumed in a day or so and rushed to completion All the outside brick are pressed and of two colors Meeting Closed The protracted meeting conducted at Hubble by Eld George Gcwen came to close Sunday night The services were attended by large congregations and much interest was twakened in church affairs Mr Gowen is an orator of ability and his sermons had a effect upon all who heard them He has been in poor health for some time and this meeting is the first he has held for several years Pleasures of Fishing Destroyed While fishing in the lake has been fine yet the greatest pleasure and feature of angling is destroyed by the fact that there are always a number of other fisherman in sight and a is deprived of the privilege of com ing home and telling the usual lie a bout that big one he hung but which got away by breaking the line Another distressing drawback is the fact that it is impossible to take his jug as his fellow fishermen would soon make way with the contents Either of the foregoing drawbacks is distress ing enough but when deprived of both is more than an oldtime fisher man can stand The club should get together and set certain days for just so many to go Graded School Opens With the largest enrollment in its history the Lancaster Graded School opened Monday morning Prof Mannix and his able assistants lost no time in buckling down to business and today everything is running as smoothly as if the institution had been in session for three months Prof Mannix has had wide experience at the business and has placed the school in better shape than it has been since organization He is assisted by Miss Bettie Robinson of Miss Nannie Oakley of Tennessee Misses Eliza Smith and Tommie Francis and Amanda Anderson of Lancaster and Miss Susie Brashear of Cyuthianna Mrs Belle Burnside will have charge of the music department again this year These teachers are among the best to be secured and the trustees are to be congratulated upon their selection The school is in good condition finan dally and starts the sessions work un der the most favorable auspices Some Fine Fish Under the agreement members of the Lake Placid Fishing Club began fishing Saturday the 1st and the open season will continue only through this month Members made a break for the lake at the crack oday Saturday and by six oclock the banks were lin ed with anglers As the lake had been stocked with fine fish some good ones were caught many bass measur ing fifteen to sixteen inches being taken Quite a number of some goggleeyes were also caught Under the rules no member can catch more than five pounds and several were forced to haul in their lines ear ly in the action Each member must have his certificate card and can only invite one visitor The member must accompany this visitor on the card will not pass the man in charge of the lake By these strict rules the lake will soon be full of fine fish and the sport splendid Minnows were at a premium Saturday and some fellow could have cowed a bunch of cash had he been supplied with hem j Marks urv Miller JournalGeorge admitted lone I Campbellville complimentary t Pollard C which is another telling fellow and r d Still Better Service to Louisville J It is rumored among railroad men f that another passenger train will be put on theL N from Rowland to jj Louisville within the next few weeks This train will do local work and the preSQnt day trains will only stop be I tween those points at Stanford June tion City Lebanon and Lebanon Juno tion This will give a service long jj needed and will be appreciated by the public The Only Laundry In Town The only laundry in town where you j can send your laundry every day in the week and get it back the next We j have a legion of satisfied customers let us add your name list Work called for and delivered The Danville Steam Laundry Co Jas W Smith Agt office at R II Bat sons clothing store LancasterKy 4t UpToDate Quarters The second story of the Garrard Bank Trust Companys building will be built especially for the Bastin Telephone Co and will consist of sev eral oillces operating room work shop waiting room in fact every modern convenince for the comfort of the public and the giving of service Several special booths will be arranged so the constantly growing business can be handled with dispatch The Bastin company will install new furniture throughout and each depart ment will be fitted for comfort Lan caster will then have the handsomest and most convenient telephone offices in central Kentucky The Record con gratulates the telephone people upon j their enterprise Graduates of this College Successful Youngmen and women who are now I forming their plans to attend college should write at once to Prof Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky for Kentucky E University for circulars of his famous college At this college Bookkeeping R business Shorthand Typewriting V Telegraphy are taught by experienced teachers The demand for his graduates exceed his supply This is a responsible col lege and of National reputation Many clerks farmer boys and others have about 815 00 for a business education at this college for tuition k and board and are now in banks and other offices Many of our leading p bankers ollicials and Merchants are graduates of this college Write now to Prof Smith for illustrated catalogue free k The Labor Problem N Just at this time we probably hear j more complaint about the help H than at any other season says the N Midway Clipper This matter seems j to get farther and farther away from a solution and farmers and housekeep 53 ers are well nigh desperate over the sit uation Farm laborers are hard to get and those who will work want wages tar in excess of their worth The firm A er with his crops sadly in need of E is willing to pay almost any price to have them cared for But there are mighty few who will help him now no matter how steep the wages offered Cooks are equally as scarce and ineffi cient They all seem to have easier jobs than bending over the hot stove Not long since a Midway who had been on hunt of a cook went to a colored woman living in the seeking information that might help in her quest To the question Can you tell me where I can get a cook the ebony sister replied been lookin fer one mah self Want Franchise for Railroad At meeting of City Council Monday evening Mr Burton Vance of Louis ville made application for franchise to construct an electric railway through the streets of Lancaster for the of making a line from Hubble to Hickman or mouth of Sugar Creek on Kentucky river Mr Vance is interest ed with other gentlemen in developing the recently discovered ore called barytes which has been located in inexhaustable quantities near Hubble and has proven to be the best material for making paint yet discovered This ore has been tested by leading chem Isis and the paint made therefrom is the most durable and ever made The idea is to this line of road for the purpose of hauling the ore to Kentucky river to be shipped on boats and to haul coal from there with which to operate the machinery As a franchise must be sold the city attorney was ordered to prepare the advertisement and same according to law Mr Vance stated that his road would come near the water works and come to town either over Stanford street and run out Lexington pike to Hickman or strike Miadlesboro and down the Sugar Creek road He had little to say on this subject and as he left immedi ately for Louisville The Record will have to wait until liter to give further details This means much to Garrard county for if the road is built toeeltt er of places named it means that a line to Lexington is a dead certainty For Sale A number one good bull calf by tho rougbbred short horn bull from good cow he is blood red 5i months old 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 7 T Point Leaven Ky 8174t Fresh clean eggs 15c per dozen H B Uprthcott at old stand I t toour m I f l question attention housekeeper s barbs No- Ise purpose decidedly satisfactory construct insert Mull ngers Rc E first class invested fat Henry f Every Day Bargain Day TJS Now is the time to buy merchan dise CHEAP Dont miss this opportunity tome to See US THE Logan Dry Goods Co Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Our Annual IS NOW ON For Genuiue Bargains Come To Us Fake Sales The Joseph Mercantile Bargains I S i ITa I i i I i C j j 1iB S utLk 000 I No I w s Joseph M S mmerJie COMPANY j are headquarters for high grade CO LS I can in rest you in prices ati1 quality Call and see me before laying in yonr winter supply Wei have an extra grade of SEED RYE and all other Field Seed BALLARD and BALLARDS FLOUR Will pay cash or exchange for Hay BANKS HUDSON 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 MOUNT ELKIN BEST PAINT VALUE b V1jMl IJf JNtAtIjm COALw t f 12i E OatsCorn X0 0I 1fp I0r0X0r I I I 10 y e low- e geeee eee eeeeee eeee Q Q Q Q e Qf Covers Most Looks Best Wears Longest Measure Always Uniform L MostEconom ical Full McRoberts Drug Store I a Snort time now till that Dinner Set will be given away at Davidsons GUESS now while you CAN t I solo BY Ir qalyfte ViI l ii iiJ ilvo I I I fj JfI l X 0jX leJ a Fr l e e THE National Bank Of Lancaster Caiitil50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY President J E STORMES Yice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIBECTOBS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Bobinson John JJStormes r GC SO rii f s WE WILL Keep Your lone Safe i SDlicit YorB 11 i vY Y P CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly One Dollar per Year LOUIS Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClot Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Press League Lancaster Ky September 7 1906 Some of us are complaining of too much work to do and a few are grum bling because of its scarcity All now except newspaper men and the following thoughts are sub mitted They are from a prominent Bishop and ought to be food for the thoughtful This labor and sweat of our brows is so far from being a curse that without it our very bread would not be so great a blessing It is not labor that makes the garlick and the pulse the sycamore and the cresses the cheese of the goats and the butter of the sheep to be savory and pleasant as the flesh of the or the milk of the kine the of oxen or the thighs of birds If it were not for labor men neither could eat so much nor relish so plesant ly nor sleep so soundly nor be so healthful nor so useful nor so strong nor so patlentso noble so untempted A sample of Kentucky pride was exhibited in Glasgow a few days ago A woman and her son begged a dry goods box of a merchant hauled it to the outskirts of the town and dwelt in it subsisting upon the contrib tions of neighbors She prefers that kind of dwelling and living than to the roor house President Roosevelt greeted some Kentucky visitors the other day by I am always delighted to meet anybody from Kentucky Mr velt is also happy in receiving the of fortyfour other states and the several territories Fifteen million eggs are reaching the New York market every day Most of them will spend the summer in storage house resorts to come forth next invigorated and strengthened for a hard boarding house campaign The Boyle County Heard opposes a certain candidate for a state office because it believes he is stuck on himself The Cynthiana Democrat adds Thats pretty good Down with the stackers Up with the antistuck If the custom of reproducing the voice of the deceased at funerals general woman will be encour aged in her grim battle for the tradi tional last word LOWELL Mrs Belle Henderson is spending weeks with relatives in Frankfort Protracted meeting began at Mt Tabor Monday night All are urged to attendMrs Nelson of Williams burg is visiting at her fathers J M MeadowsMr Parks returned to Jellico after spending several days with rela lives here Mrs Edward Brown who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Paris Mrs Willie Mae McKinney returned after spending two weeks with her parents Mr Wm Brown and wife Fado Parks mill here does custom grinding Bring your corn to have ground It Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster PREACHERSV1LLE Levy Sowder was in Richmond last MondayA sold a span of mules for 260 J M Cress sold fifty ewes to Bros at 6 per head Rev B C Baird preached at the Bap list church here Sunday Col B F Robinson was here first of the week receiving cattle Rev F M Hill of Richmond was here last week on business Miss Kate Payne has been spending several days with family of her broth Payne Jno W Cummins has been assigned to duty at Tyrone and left for that place Friday Mrs J P Rogers and daughter Miss Jennie have been visiting relatives at Paint Lick for a few Jays Mrs Hattie Hutchins who has been with her sister at Jellico for has returned home Mrs Eliza Tudor and of Paint Lick were visiting her sister and fam ily Mr and Mrs Cummins last week Mr D M Anderson and wife and Mr J L Holtzclaw have been attending the camp meeting at Alliceton for days Bev Wm C been visit fag his father and at Baileys attending the association PinevilleMr of Oklahoma Sunday looking and reports fine crops with good prices for every thlBg He speaks in the highest terms of that country e is LANDRAM and roebuck marrow go- Ing say- Ing citizens winter ers becomes several to Parts Remember Mr 240 Jones erJ F sometime son W H several Hntchlns has Switchand a Z 4 r G arresting Root mother where well y e h BOURNE J T Turner bought a cow of W B Moss for 27 25 Mr John E Sherrow remains quite ill of typhoid fever James Durham sold a colt to Job Marsee price 4500 Job Marsee sold a bunch of hogs to C M Jenkins for Gets Mrs T N Aldridge is with relatives in Bryantsville this week Sam Morford bought a nice bunch of hogs of Mrs Fannie Rains at 5Jcts Mrs F C Turner and little daughter Ruby of Barboursvilie was a visitor last week Gilbert Turner sold a nice male to Victor Lear at Set also to work steer to same party at 4cts Mr Millard Hamm has been visiting his uncle Mr Salter Hamm of Jessa mine Saturday and Sunday Miss Mamie Carpenter has been visiting friends and attended camp meeting at last week Mr Henry Tomlinson of Buena Vis ta bought two nice mules of Tim Ford for 215 00 He also bought of Thos Montgomery two calves for 20 Mr Thomes Turner and Miss Ida Smith were married at the home of the brides parents near Richmond Wednesday We extend congratula lions to the happy couple BEDNA VISTA Le Skinner is the guest of Raymond King Mr J E Scott is doing nicely at Pe tosky Mich Miss Virginia King is the guest of friends at Cincinnati Clarence Lane is camping with State Guards at Henderson Miss Ora Poor visited relatives in Nicbolasville last week Rev Welburn preached his last ser mop at Mt Olivet Sunday Quite a number from here attended camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday Mrs Annie Walton of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Amanda Lane Misses Irene Ruble and Bertha Christopher will soon matriculate at State College Mrs Frank Benson of Pittsburg Pa is the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Spilman Rev G N Jolly will preach his last sermon for this Conference year at Browns Chapel Sunday 16th Jenkins of Bryantsville bought a number of hogs from Wm Christo pher and S W Poor at six cents Mrs Weeks and other relatives of New York are expected this week to visit the family of Mr W G Weeks Raymond King who has been at Fordwick Va is visiting his parents near here before going UvCementCal Ballard Ballard Obelisk Four 475 per barrell 240 per half none better Banks Hudson tf Lancatser BRYANTSVILLE Miss Kate Cambell of Nicholasville is visiting Miss Jennie Burnside Mr Lenoir Skinner of Cincinnati has been the guest of Mr Ray King Mr Victor Lear bought a car load of hogs in this vicinity last week at 630 Miss Alta Boner is in Somerset the guest of Mrs W H Pettus and attend ing the fair Mr Hogan Ballard will go to next week where he will attend State college Mrs Will Dickerson and daughter Katie Bornes have been visiting relatives in Somerset Mr W J Hogan who has been confined to his room for several weeks is not so well at this writing Miss Margaret Woolfolk of ton Is spending a few with her cousin Miss Mamie Miss Elizabeth Bryant will go to Richmond next week where she will attend school another year Misses Mayme Ballard and Dunn have returned after a delightful trip to Niagara Falls and Canada Mrs Sam Deatherage has returned- to her home in Richmond after a visit to her mother Mrs Sallie B Welch Quite a number from here attends the Nicholasville fair last week andd is getting ready to go to the Blue Grass fair Mr Raymond King of Fordwick Va spent a few days here this week Mr King is on his way to Californiawhere- he has accepted a position Mrs Dan C Cheatham was called to Nicholasville Tuesday by the death of her father Mr John Ball Mr Ball had been in bad health for several months and only recently moved to Nicholas ville His many friends here grieved to hear of his death Balard Ballard Obelisk 475 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster The Breath of Ufe Its a significant fact that the animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organs right should be mans chlefest study Like thousands of others Mrs Ora A Stephens of Port Williams O has learned how to do this She bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two years and cured of what my friends though consumption 0 its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by B E drug gist Price 50c and tLOO Trial bottle fm 1m e I 11 I Wilmore C M It Lexington everyone Floe r strongest writes me ere bane Lexi Ballard Mitt eregn y 11 alt A Kansan Girl I Kansas girl graduate to whom had been assigned the them1 Beyond the Alps Lies Italy wrote this essay 1 do not care a cent whether Italy beyond the Alps or in Missouri do tiotexpict to set the river on the with my future career I am glad that I have a very good education but I am not going to misuse it by writing essays or poetry on the future woman It will enable me to correct the grammar of my lover I may have should he speak of dorgs in my pres ence or seen a man It will also come handy when I want to figure out how many pounds of soap a woman get for three dozen eggs at the grocery So I do not begrudge the time I spent in acquiring it But my ambitions do not fly so high I just want to marry a man who can lick of his weight in the township who can run an 80acre farm and who has no female relatives to come around and try and boss the ranch I will agree to cook dinners for him that wont send him to an early grave and lavish upon him a wholesome affection and to see that his razor has not been used to cut broom wire when he wants to shave I do not care if I get a tIe rusty on the rule of three and kind red things as the years go oy What Causes It The balddeaded bachelor editor of the Atchison Globe remarks What causes the fires of to burn too low and gradually die out altogether in so many homes Ill tell you It is because the fuel Is all bought by one person Too many men quit courting their wife after the wedding ceremony is performed Too many men forget the sweetheart after she becomes the wife Too many wives change their smiles of welcome to faultfindings Too many wives for get that the old man has a few rights left after he becomes a benedict Too many men fail to keep the wife sup plied with a little pocket money Too many wives forgot that hubby has to work hard for what money he has Too many husbands want to be the whole works around home Too many wives think the old man dont know how to run his business There are more happy homes than unhappy ones because there are more sensible persons than fools One person cant lug in enough fuel to keep the hearthstone warm It takes both of them The fire even then gets pretty low at times but it wont go out if both ef them keep at work All this is not original with me I got a part from an old maid who knows all about how children should be raised Olympic Theatre Cincinnati A Big The one big event of Cincinnatis Fall Festival was the opening last Sunday of the New Olympic Theatre A more auspicious theatrical event has not been chronicled anywhere in this country and when it is taken Into consideration that this beautiful modern playhouse is devoted to Eu ropean and American greater It must be admitted that some thing extraordinary exists in this more fertile of amusement fields Cmcin nations of every rank were there in force at every performance the mass es were interested and the banker and the preacher rubbed elbows with the street gamin The toilet worn by the ladles in attendance at the first performance received unusual atten lion The surroundings the furnish ings the everything about the New Olympic is beyond description like wise the unparalled talent that Cleveland presented He the biggest the best entertain ment ever seen in Cincinnati and he kept his work The enormous crowds appreciated everything For week beginning matinee Sun day September 9th John W Ran some will be seen in his latest and most lifelike impersonations of Wm Jennings Bryan The big novelty fea ture of course will be Ralph John stone the acrobatic aerial cyclist that astounded New Yorkers all last sea son at the Hippodrome Al Coins Pantomime Dogs May Ward the daintiest soubrette in vaudville and W J OHearns big spectacular production A Romance of Killarney are all faces and features entirely new to Cincinnati On the same bill is the Grand Opera Trio Haley Meehan black face singers and dancers all these together with Filson Errol and several other big numbers will go to make up a program that will excel last weeks bill Well Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pension attorney Pittsfield Vt says Next to a pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills He writes they keep my family in splen did health Quick cure for Headache Constipation and Biliousness 25c Guaranteed at B E McRoberts drug store 1m The school of experience is open 24 hours each day Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm A little child of Michael Strauss of Venon Conn was recently in great from a burn on the hand and as cold application only increased the in flammatlon Mr Strauss came to Mr James N alocal merchant for something to stop the pain Mr Nicb ols says I advised him to use Cham berlains Pain Balm and the first apple cation drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief I have used this liniment myself and very often for cuts burnc strains and lame back known it to disappoint For sale by B E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Ti Maaatar t Graduate- A lies anybody lit love Success vaudeville Manager prom- Ised o f n I Nichols recommends c can 3c pain aad have never y Prompt Payments of Losses Mate Loi FraHs Fire 033ured on Thursday morning loas adjusted and without discount J H KINNAIRD General Insurance i I paid 0 FREEi 20000 IN PRCMIDMS By special arrangements with Bslin Telephone Co any onecan call me OlHce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 IIiI TIN SHOP AND PLUMBING 1 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 of Plumbing in houses where you havent the advantages of water pressure This system does away with an atic tank all that is necessary is a Well or Cistern We will do the rest If Interested Consult Us Conn Bros E E K E jUiUUiU1U1U1U1UU uuuun U U J1UUU UU lUUU tmmmmmmnin iii 11 1 tff IS IS IIPSIISSPiiIfGSit P1SfHISS111PSi Sif y r C I THE BlIfG BLw1rrw1r SS FAIR tl 120000 IN PTCR4NMS SEPTEMBER 17 T 22M The biggest and best Fair ever held in the South Classifications include all classes of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Kopps famous Military Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts For Catalogue and other information address QEO A BAIN Secy Lexington Ky Public Sale Short CATTLE 2 1 of Oakland and Treadnook Herds Auction at Danville Kentucky Monday September 1706 Ml 11 Afiffi J t LEXINGTON OF Horn tQr l l l i l 1 MOORE isoice catalogueo m S Just Arrived fare of New Fall Hats all and se them ubilc stock is unbroken Mrs Alexander Walker Does your PIANO Tuning p We will have an ex 3 pert TUNER with us next week Let l have your work B Leave orders at our I rj store or call 173 Herndon Lancaster Kentucky EARLY FALL Ready To Wear j HATS LADIES MISSES CHILDREN Large and complete stock just received Call and see them That Smooth Finish r t I I I I i I IL ooooooooooool r ij need W di U t t FOR ADA l t t t I I I I r- as O6460 OC66lt030 w0 i0iF4 M GC Handsome o us- E i 1 a 1 4- I i 33A Iff Ill Ii- r f MIINNMRD So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We call for your workwill LAUNDRYPhones Van Logan Agent LANCASTER KY J II Kennedy Solon B Henry KENNEDY HENRY Lancaster Kentucky agents for Central Kentucky Works Richmond Kentucky Highest class loiiiiieiits ani Tombstones We are prepared to do the very best work at reasonable prices We will be glad to furnish work friends anywhere in the county or MN I Monumental l f four MENTION t t JPERSONAL Mrs Georgia Lusk has returned CincinnatiLittle Pattiline Ballou contin ues quite ill Miss Louise Kauffman returned to St Louis Saturday Miss Margaret Zanone is visiting re latives in Stanford Mrs Faris of Kirksvillc has been with Dr G C Faris and wife Mrs Alex Walker has returned from a visit to relatives in Buckeye Mrs J G Bosely is In Richmond with with her mother Mrs L Bright Mrs Annie Singleton entertained a few friends at tea the past week Mr Earl Ward of Cincinnati is the guest of his aunt Mrs John Magee Miss Ellen Ball has returned from a visit to Mrs L J Linney of Danville Miss Frankie Kauffman has return ed from a visit to relatives in Huston ville Robert Elkin of Middlesboro is vis iting his parents Mr T S Elkin and wifeMr Charles Davis spent a few days with his wife at Mr and Mrs Jacob JosephsMiss Simpson is spending a few days at the Fall Festival in Cin cinnatiMrs Royston will attend the wedding in ChicagoMiss Lucie Gregory has returned a trip to Niagra Falls and Toron to Canada Master John Gill Kinnaird enter tamed a number of his little friends Friday evening Mr Jacob Joseph is in the East big loads of goods the Joseph Co Misses Flora Zeigler and Elsie Zim mer have returned from a visit to friends in Richmond II T Logan is spending a few days at French Lick Springs enjoying a much needed rest Miss Mamie Walters has returned after a visit to Miss Mary Hackley of Hubble Mrs Susan Salter and Miss Sallie will spend next week with friends in Buckeye A number of Lancaster people at tended the big ball at Crab Orchard Springs Tuesday evening Miss Madge Hackley of Hubble left Tuesday for Knoxville Tennessee she will enter college Mesdames James Layton of Cincin mati and Joseph Bogus of Richmond have been with Garrard relatives Mr J W Francis who has a position in Elizibethtown has been visiting Lancaster relatives for several days Dr Franklin Walker of Louisville spent several days last week with his parents Mr and Mrs J Wade Walker Mrs Sam Haselden and son J R have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of Nich olasvilleMrs Alexander Kennedy after spending the summer with her daugh ter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to LexingtonMrs Mr and Mrs Price of Danville came over Wednesday to the bedside of Mr Charles W Frisbie Mr F W Miles wife and son have returned to their home in El Dorado Ark after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs S B Henry and family Mrs Armstrong and little daughter Sue of Frankfort Mrs John Francis and son of Elizabethtown Mrs Annie and son James of Midway have been with Mr and Mrs Alex Doty Mr L J Linney and wife of Dan ville were visitors here Saturday Mr Linney who is foreman on the Dan ville News is one of the best printers in the state and a clever young gentle manMiss Bettie Broaddus formerly of this city bas accepted a position as trimmer for Mrs F H Rahl at Bellfontaine Ohio This is quite a compliment for Miss Bettie as Mrs Jahl employs number of trimmers Nicholasville Sam Haselden of Lancaster is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan Miss Arnold of Lancaster is Mrs Margaret Folger Mrs H V Bastin of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Chas F Denman Dr and Mrs W Simpson Elkin of Atlanta are expected this week for a visit to relatives Dr Elkin as previ ously stated in The Record is Just re covering from a spell of typhoid fever and his legion of friends are delighted to know that he is rapidly regaining strengthMr Joel J Walker announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Alice to Mr Robert C Brewer o Chelsea Indiana Territory The wed ding will take place the 3rd of October at high noon The ceremony will be preformed by Rev WP Walden Mr Brewer was born and raised at Har rodsburg Ky but has resided at Chel sea a number of years He is chashier of the 1st National Bank and prominent In business circles of that city Miss Walker is one of Lancasters most popular young ladles and is exceedingly pretty charm and will be greatly missed in society circles here fI from I from buy- Ing for Mercantile home Tilet here Doty JournalMrs visit- Ing assistant and McDonald Royston Herbert bead ing girl f Mrs J E Stormes has returned from LexingtonMiss Royston returned Sat urday to Chicago Mr Chas W Frisbieis dangerously ill of typhoid fever Miss Mary Grimes has been spending a few days here Misses Etsill and Walker are at Mackinac Island Mich Mr A R Denney continues quite ill at his home on Lexington street Mr and Mrs R H Batson have gone to Chicago to purchase new gouds Miss Sallie Elkin is recovering from her illness and is now able to sit up Mrs Warren of Middlesbourgh has been visiting Mr and Mrs H M Ballou Mrs II V Bastin is visiting her Mrs C F Denman of Nicholas villeMrs J R Haselden and daughter Jane have returned from Dripping Springs Carpenter of Stanford Miss Osie Young and Master Bow man Grant are in Lewis County relatives May and Annie Powell spent last Mrs Thomas Wall and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R A Stone in Somerset Born to the wife of Mr Edward Har din of Paint Lick a daughter named Margarette Royston Misses Mittie Dunn and Mavme Lee Ballard have returned from a delight ful outing in Canada Mrs Ada Kinnaird has returned from Cincinnati where she purchased her fall and winter millinery Mr W H Wherritt and family after spending several weeks here return ed to New Orleans Monday Clay Pumphery of this city has ac Mrs Geo T Farris and handsome Richmond Register Miss Kava naugh from Lancasteris visiting Miss Margaret Miller on Main street Mr T E Arnold and wife and Mrs W L Arnold and children of Rich mond are guest of Mrs J S Johnson Miss Bessie Singleton left this week for Williansburg Ky where she will enter college for the schoolastlc year 1900 07 Mr Claude G Wherritt who has a good position with the L sand N road in New Orleans is visiting his parents in this city Miss Mary Lear our popular and fortune CourierJournal tourists has returned from an enjoyable six weeks soyinm in Europe Mrs Alex Walker and Miss Laura Smith left this week for Louisville Cincinnati and Philadelphia to buy fall and winter Millinery Miss Maud Anderson Miller who was married in Winchester to Mr Met calf Ross has a number of relatives in this city and was well known here Af ter spending the winter in Florida they will reside in Louisville Middlesbourgh Record Miss Min nie Perkins Dr and Mrs C K Brosheer have returned from an extended visit to friends and relatives at Lancaster Danville and other Kentucky towns Miss Perkins also had a pleasant stay at Crab Orchard Springs during her absenceMrs H McCreary of Chicago was drowned while bathing in Lake Michigan Monday Mr McCreary is the son of Senator James B McCreary and the sad news was told him just after he had finished his address at Lexington Monday afternoon One of the most enjoyable events the season the young people was a hayride given by Miss Kathleen Walter in honor of her guest Miss Al ice Dunlap of Lexington About four teen girls were in the party A sumpt ous lunch was spread on the river bank and everyone expressed themselves as having had a fine time Miss Tomnie Francis chaperoned Jessamine Journal One of the most delightful entertainments of the week was the dance given Misses Eliza beth Sparks and Tommie Saunders at the home of Miss Saunders Tuesday evening A hundred and fitty responded to the invita tions and the scene was one df and hapoiness In the receiving line were Misses Mary Evans Tommie Saunders Elizabeth Sparks Hattie Sullivan and Annie Perkins of Bry antsville An orchestra furnished an excellent which was a delight to not only the dancers Lut to those merely spectators Delicious cakes in added to the pleasure the guests and the boutennaireswere dainty Invitation as follows have been re ceived by Lancaster friends and Mr IfcDornald requests the honor of your the Shirley to Mr Alfred Royston on the the twelfth September nineteen sir at haif after eight 743 West Monooe StreetT Chicago Isabelle sister Miss Tevis BeazleySaturday visit- Ing cousinBessie RepublicanNews visitingMrs of by peoplehad program who the of relatives at St Claude W among young merriment were ices and party colors tubes Charles his daughter i BUSINESS and i M f BARG INS Nti l ly Hr1flV Girl rCVt C C i GKt ChI arrived at the Jeweler s tf Ice Crean Soda Water Drug Store rFrisbIes tf I want your eggs and am willing to pay for them W II Ward 2t For Sale Young Jersey cow Good milker Dont fail to see latest thing in hats just received West For wheat drill Good as new II K Herndon Bring your orders for plants to J M Bracket lower Main street Stanford tf joke tf Our Ice Cream Soda is feimply del Come on with your watches and clocks Good work at reasonable rates 1 P Thompson tf Ask me for prices on wheat and coal before you sell or buy tf Banks Hudson The Volo is the latest and greatest creation in Sewing Machines tf J C Robinson We have just gotten a line of ties Come and see them before they are picked over Ilempli ill West Dont get some of the bargain dishes at Wards Grocery this week 2t Your orders for coal will have A 6room cottage well improved with acrs of land on Crab Orchard street R L Hagan 1 Sept Handsome Flowers for any occasion See Ed C Gaines Phone 100 tf Good pony phaeton and sewing ma chine in good order Apply at Rec ord office or to Capt F J White A number one yearling bull 3t Win Royston Point Leavell Two or three good rooms Joseph Falconer 4t Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel 240 per half barrel none better Banks Hudson tf Lancaster One reversable disc plow 1 double ratchet tobacco press both good as new Will sell cheap W E Moss phone 184 F Lancaster 7tf Good cook No washing or ironing Will pay from 300 to 400 per week to competent and satisfactory party Apply to this office The Record office has just received a line of handsome samples of work Let us order for you and save you money tf All the latest classical and popular sheet music at West Prices cheaper than you can order See em and save money tf West Ilerndon the hustling music dealers placed two new pianos in the Graded School The old ones had been in use since the organization of Garrard College many years ago Bed spotted milk cow about old dehornd with leather strap brisket Left on Crab Orchard pike about middle of August Information thankfully received 972t Morgan Want Yoy Know I want you to that I havethe exclusive sale of coal called East Tennessee 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 office tf Jones 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 Farm For Sale I have a No 1 good farm containing between 44 and 48 acres situated 2 mITes from Lancaster Ky on the Buckeye pike which I want to sell at once Said farm is in good state of cultivation good corn and to bacco land good orchard of 5 or 6 acres one room dwelling house and stable growing crops testify as to quality of land Price 200000 if at once Apply to W H Ward Lancaster Ky tf Notice of Dissolution The firm of Gregory Anderson at Point Leavell has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr R T Gregory retir Mr J E Anderson continue the business at the old stand All ac counts due the firm must be at to Mr Anderson Gregory An derson Point Leaven Ky Sept 4 1906 it Danville Business College suggestion of Danville Schools The course is now a part of the curriculum of the Danville Graded School Short hand and lug to the most approved modes and methods for particulars apply to D B Harris Kyr 8 24tf d New goods h IJ byJIt E1kln tIle SaleSuperior everythingIn DrugStore new fall to Coal appreciatedif For Sale t For Sale For Sale For Rent For Sale Wanted engraved Herndon Lost Cow five years In t w Hot sem J A 6 once Thomp ns j ball bearing kq prospered BooK KiapnZu 80 per cent of friction come in the Volo 7 C Robinson tf The yolo is a Wonderful Sewing Machine J C Robinson tf Buy your winter coal of Banks Hud son Low Prices and High Grades We are exclusive auen s in Eancas j ways fresh Frisbieslmfg Store tf Arthur is interested vith us in Laundry business and will appre crate it if you will him your work tf West Our tin glass fruit jars are going fast hurry if you want them 2t W II Ward 900 bushels yellow full z seed wlicotf for sale Clean of W E H 8 7 tf Phone 18 IF Lancaster We are headquarters for everything Min the paint line and you w better value tor any Bone else Frisbies Drugstore tf Try Black Bear nut coal for cooking t it is the best it is the cheapest get 10 bushels fo 125 Phone tf J A Jones E Shipments of Laundrybn Tuesday and Thursday of each week give your work to Arthur tf Ilemphill West Ballard Ballard Obelisk Flour 475 per barrel S240 per half barrel none better Banks IIudson I tf Lancaster Flowers goes every where with 1 prepaid when ordered Through 3 the leading Flowerist agt Ed C Gaines Phone 100 tf H To TaxPayers Your taxes are due so please call and settle as the penalty will be added C A Arnold Sheriff Garrard I Co tf H 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 from my place on Danville st a black sow weighing about 175 lbs crap of left ear return to me and reward J W Bourne for sale Special inducements wanting car load My weight or measure and lOOcts worth for S100 weigh after me and be conviudcd Phone 140 J A Jones tf New We are Agents of Winchester Ky and wfll make two Shipments a week They will turn out only York and we ask a share of your tf West Save Telephone and Express by or dering fine cut flowers from Ed C GainesSubject to vour approval and on four to six hours notice Wed ding and funeral desigues a 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 guaranteed by Mount Elkin Lancaster Ky 817tf Important Notice As my accounts have been due for some time past will be forced to place them in the hands of an officer in a short time Save expense and this trouble by settling at once tf Sallie D Tillett Gentleman or lady with good re ferences to travel by rail or with a rig for a firm of 25000000 capital Salary 1072 00 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses ad vanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Lancaster Ky It Hogs For Sale A lot of sows and pigs for sale Sound and all right and will sell at right price Sweeney Morgan tf I have just opened anew line of fancy china ware which will be sold at cost on account of not having room for same Saturday we shall make a specialty of dishes and want every body to come and buy Dont fail to look at them any way W H Ward 2t 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 guar anteed by Mount Elkin 8 17 tf Try a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab OrcnarMoncencratei later PRICE 50c R E McRoberts druggist has the ex liHlve for this water in Lan caster Whites C Water Co CRAB ORCHARD KY y IiI CandyWe Mos j will mo express Nov 1 For Rent Strayed fJ U e Coal salt hay co to lesc I motto full Lau dry e N patro age I Specialtf Cured III Wanted II I ljj J J I I I IKen icky C over give cans and give your t 11 au I fort lirst class empfiill received agency Jesse D ten Iisiraice I- Agelt A STANDING ARMY may be necessary to help Monarchs on their thrones but all the armies of the world as chaff before A TORNADO Better than an army is a Policy against loss by Windstorms in the The Home Insurance Co of New York The Largest The most Popular Office phone 48 Residence phone 41 i are a I J4a l R lcq4 1t CrJ1J rIlt t Vie are Closing Ot Our entire stockof Buggi6S t IsIrri6 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 Paint Paint Paint Now is the tmi2 for you to begin There is only one paint for you to use and that is Rainbow Paint Tha 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 Prest W C Fish Vice crest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKlOKATED Ii I I II 1 We offer you fair treat ment with every accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS Sooooo 31 COY R L ARNOLD R G GUYN J S BURROWS J B WOODS E L WOODS I DXRKC7rORS W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Carpets and Rugs in Crown Brussels Right Side Up Either Way Ingrain AllWool and Union Carpets fresh from the mills Mattings in all varieties of shades Picture Moulding Pictures framed in neat style Mir rors Window Shades in all the various colors Oil Cloths Linolium Rugs Druggets Rockers Swing and Dining Chairs Volo and Fashion Sewing many other articles that cant be mentioned here Come and see Phone No 5 J C ROBXXTSOXT II ANYTHING FURNITURE andcolors 1 1IaCllineSL m C10CkS andagreat h LEWIS Y President LEAYELL JJ WALKEU Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tlie 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fct SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier W BIn Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis T Leavell J S JOHNSON BF Hudson JJ Walker Of O 7 TM Arnold hens r n M D HUGHES G B SWINEBROAD HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property for Sale and Exchange Activity in Real Eatateindicates the fact that it is the safest and best investment since money yields a low rate of interest You can buy from us as low as from the owner as be pays us our com mission based on the bottom dollar which will buy the property and the purchaser pays no commission the owners price being our price 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 of hemp and tobacco The only successful machine for hemp leaking 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 is be 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 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 To prospective purchasers Something in reference to Lancaster and 5000000 log all t No 1 Brick store room on public square In Lancaster 23 feet frontage runs back full length of the block Is in the best business portion of the town Can sell property as to net purchaser 7 per cent on his invest ment after payment of taxes insurance etc A bargain See us for price No 8 Building lots in Lancaster Can suit YOU in location and No 9 Large and commodious brick house and dwelling in the best business section of Lancaster Storeroom 24X50 feet 8 well finished rooms 2 halls and 2 verandas 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 500000No 2 new cottage houses on Totten ave nue in Lancaster Always rent good for a home or to purchase as an investment Price 50000 each No 13 A nice new frame cottage garden and lot on Lexington street In Lancaster sirable home In sight ot the Graded school and iu one of the best residence sections of the City Price 2tUOOO Also will exchange property No 16 74 acres of ai good land as in Garrard County Splendid Frame house 2 barns and other out buildings plenty of good water the farm is in a high state of cultiva tion This farm is 1 miles from pike same distance from Bryautsville a pike will be built by this property which makes it at price we offer it a fine investment JG500 per acre No 17 21 acres of flue 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 Bew 7 room frame house2 halls 2 porches 1 stock burn 2 tobacco burns 1 tenant house ice house 2 buggy houses milk house and all neceasary out buildings 2 X miles from Churches school stores This property is right on pike and is well Improved and 1 a bargain at 6500 per acre Terms easy paymentsNo24 A farm of 250 acres in Garrard Co Hemp and tobacco land never failing water farme house 7 rooms large barn and 2 barns tenant house C miles from 7000 per acre No 27 365 acres of as good land as in Gar ad County Close to Lancaster on 2 pikes Can be divided into 2 of 3 farms Will sell a ro a portion to any one buyer See us for price No 29 C7 acres ol well Improved land on a pike 1 mile of village stores and churches school Splendid water cistern well at house All in cultivation Good fruit 7000 yer acres No 32 A rich farm of 375 acres 4 miles from town and M mile from Lexington pike on a good road which will soon be made a turnpike For sale on easy terms at a low price Near good school in good neighborhood Land this so A de this property also 11 above for farm c tobacco I price business Nos 12 suck Lancaster 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 in corn 6ncres in Jobac co 20 acres in wheat balance in grass good frame G room house and other outbuildings G acre tobacco barn everlasting water well fenced Easy terms 5000 per acre No 34 192 acres best Garrard Co land will grow all crops including hemp and tobacco first class improvements well watered SO acres in grass 2 miles from Bryantsville 6500 per acre on easy terms No 35 71 acres ou pike 3 miles of Lancas ter laud in corn hemp and meadow Small frame house and outbuildings Will sell at a bargain Seeus for price Xo 36 100 acres first class limit 2 miles from Lancaster in high state of cultivation one of the best frame houses in Garrard C hemp and tobacco land well fenced and in abundance Ask us about this one and for price 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 corn balance in grass will sell at a bargain or will sell in connection with No 35 above making a farm of 1 10 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 on good pike G miles from Lancaster 1 mile front frame house 8 acre tobacco barn 2 splendid young orchards no waste land whatever never failing stock water can be put in wheat this full every acre of this farm is tobacco an J hemp laud 6500 per Acre No 38 2 story frame store house 85 x 70 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 r 00000 Price S25WOO which is less than the cost of the improvements No 39 50 acres of good land near Bethel church in Garrard County good frame honse 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 laud 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 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 acres iu tobacco 35 acres wheat stubble sown in grass balance in and cultivation cistern at house and plenty of stock water Price 35 per acre or 150 acres of this form lint water No 2 Groom feet anyone grass railroad N- acres 7 r FOR SALE I 200 BLUE I asSI write for list or call on J w Elmore I HARRODSBURG KENTUCKY L inswosSUISUflUhISSUSUS1- I GR iss tee uarre SSISSSMNSSSSesISISSISSSS afoeee4tesesaso PUBLIC SALE BLUE GRASS FARM Wednesday September xa 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 vllle For partisnlars apyly to O W Lyne real estate agent Dr J R Pennington Nlcholasville or the undersigned Dr II K Pennington Hanly Ky Farm For Sale Having decided to move I will sell privately my farm consisting of 97 acres The land lies 4i miles North of Lancaster on Poor Ridge pike and la known as the Walter farm Tbe land Is all in and will sell the crops at a reasonable figure Possession be given at once pro vided crops are sold farm has of water is well fenced and on a good turnpike Another tract of land containing acres joining this farm could be at a very reasonable price Nancy J Brown uup lID 6 L FARM For SALE Having sold our farm on Sugar Creek we now wish to sell our farm of 73 acres on old Dan vllle pike 2 miles from Lancaster J HENDRICKSON KILL THE COUGHAN CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings G WITH New FOR OUGHS OLII and Price iOcfcftO Free Trial Enrest Cure for an THROAT orYOr JIAOZ and Quickest and LUNG T0U11- L i 9- t For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc It is claimed that the Canadian thistle and wild mustard can both be absolutely destroyer by the use of sulphate of iron A yearling colt driven by W W Evans broke the worlds trotting re cord at quarter of a mile for youngsters of his age at the Breeders Association track Saturday He went the distance 32fsecotids a 211 clip Beef products to the value of 2151087 were export cattle from the United States during June 1106 a gainst 3100520 during the same month in 1005 Exports of canned and cured beef show a decrease of about 43 per cent Fresh beef and tallow show a gain of about 1C per cent Mrs Luther Davis has sold her farm containing 280 acres situated near the Uarrodsburg pike nine miles from Lex ington to Mrs Webb Shropshire The deal was closed Friday tbe sale price being 147 an acre The farm is in Bluegrass and has a substantial brick residence on it hay crop was so short this year that a good deal of hay will haye to be imported next winter says the Woodford Sun I expect to see hay selling at 22 or 23 a ton by the beginning of winter said a wellpost ed buyer last Saturday at Versailles For the first time in the history of the Blue Grass a steam plow was put in operation iu Fayette county last week A L Hamilson President of the Fayette Farmers Club expects to plow 200 acres of land this fall with the new machine It carries 8 plows which cut a swath of nine feet and is followed by a harrow and a roller Farmers and tobacco growers complaining of the ravages of tobacco worms which they say are literally devouring the late tobacco The of these pests large num bers is said to be due to the unseasona ble wet weather which has prevailed in this section during July and up to the middle of August How To Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall of Phiilipsburg Kan just cover it over with Bucklens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rheum Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at R E McRoberts drug store Garanteed 1m Resolutions Passed by TriCounty Teachers Institute We the teachers Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties in institute assembl ed resolved 1st That we extend our hearty thanks to the people of Stanford fur the hos pitiable manner in which they received us into their homes and for the many courtesies shown us while here 2nd That the thanks of the institute are due the people of the Christian church for the use of their building and those who have kindly furnished the music 3rd That we express our regret that owing to the illness of his son Supt Singleton was not able to be with us throughout the institute 4th That our hearty thanks be ten dered Bon J M Alverson for his un tiring efforts in be half of education in the General Assembly of Kentucky which resulted in the passage of the law giving pay to teachers while intitute 5th That we fully indorse the phonic method of spelling and make persistent effort to use it in our school also the many practical ideas given by our in structors Dr Roark and Mrs Olcott 6th That this institute favors a uni form system of schools for Kentucky such as is outlined in the August of the Southern School Journal 7th That we ask our representative in Congress to use every effort to se Kentucky schools a sum of money equivalent to the average value of land grants given to newer States 8th That we express our high appre elation of the work done by the late Hon R W Miller of Richmond for the State Normal Schools and fuither that we favor the placing of a tablet to his memory in each of the schools mainly through his efforts 9th That we express our appreciation of the efforts of the Kentucky Improvement Commission in of better education in Kentucky 10 That we heartily endorse the Tri County Institute as giving us the ad vantage of better instruction a great er acquaintance with our fellow teach ors and a broader heartfelt interest in the great common caus of education 11 That the institute for 1907 be held in Lancaster at a date not later than Sept 15 12 That it is the wish of the Institute that the teachers at the joint be divided into two divisions the first to include all teachers who have not at tended more than one session and two or more sessions and that the work be arranged to suit those di visions 13 That this Institute select commit tee of six teachers two from each ty represented who shall name not more than six Institute instructors of high grade from which the county sa perlntents are to select the instruc tote for the coming year C O Pratt chmn Eliza C Smith Mary Knap West Stella McClary Derail Moore Wm Coldlrdn S D Campbell M Mulling C H Cox Woodfords It presence in such 11 number I I I I session coup secretary 7 are attending totest- ablished Educational behalf attended S THE F1HJn 1J dks Jf WOlli I fly v REVIVAL IN KHASSIA HILLS Remarkable Evidence of the Spirits Power in the Meetings Further particulars of the work in The Friend of Sylhet at the j remarkable annual assembly Maiming People came in crowds from all directions in some cases whole churches not content that their teachers and deacons should come came en masse so that it soon a problem how to accommodate the thousands in such a small village situated on bleak and inhospitable hills The rajah did his part royally For three days he fed hundreds and on the Sunday it was reported that 4000 people sat at meal in his house and 2000 in the house of one of his relatives Each house Christian and nonChristian had its full quota One poor woman who had reluctantly promised to take five visitors rejoiced In saying that she had been able to take 40 It was a truly marvelous sight to see the congregation that had gathered on Sunday The number was reckoned to be about 10000 The cor respondent says But if the number of people made us wonder the sights in the meetings were more marvelous still It was a time in which the Spirit of God manifested Himself unmistak ably Throughout the assembly one felt in the midst of people who real ized the nearness of Jesus Christ The truth had dawned upon them as Dr Dale said it came to him one Easter Christ is alive In the prayers we heard people convers ing with their Saviour as if they were face to face with Him These were people who had experienced the joy of salvation Gladness was the prevail ing spirit To them it was not a mere duty to attend the meetings but real pleasure and this pleasure was not due to any excitement The report of the year told us that 5000 persons had entered the church since the previous assembly SOULS AND TEETH Missionary Worker in Africa Preaches and Then Pulls Teeth Among the many and various items of interest in the speeches given at the May anniversary of the great mis sionary societies there can scarcely have been one to surpass what was told by a Wesleyan missionary lately returned on furlough from Rhodesia He has been laboring there for 14 years during which time he has trans lated the Bible Into the Mashona tongue But his audience in Exeter hall were amused beyond measure when he went on to tell them that there was one thing which if he did not take it with him in his evangel istic travels the African natives would miss more than an ordinary English churchgoer would miss his minis ters sermon if he had forgotten to bring it with him into the pulpit That was the forceps for extracting teeth Ho had found that an indis pensable accompaniment in his mis sionary work At the end of a serv ice he would say It any of you want your teeth attended to you must wait behind after the congregation have gone He had drawn as many as 20 teeth when he had finished preaching the gospel to a crowd of na tives Heine once said with his sneer Psychical pain is more easily borne than physical and if I had my choice between a bad tooth and a bad conscience I should choose the bad conscience But here the Record of Christian Work we have a Christian missionary who is happily able to deal with both JAPAN AS TUTOR OF INDIA Nations Victory Over Russia Has Given Her Great Prestige Reports from India have Indicated the profound effect on the natives of Japans victory over Rusia and it has been said that Indian youth in considerable numbers in stead of going to the colleges in India founded by the English or to Cambridge for their finishing edu cation would go to Japans institu tions of learning Certain it is that hereafter there is to be far more in tercourse between India and Japan than in the past and here is proof of it Rev Tasuke Harada pastor of the largest Congregational church in Japan at Kobe and Mr Motuda of St Pauls college Toklo have been Invited by the India Y M C A Union to visit India and speak at university centers on Japans history and ideals They are now in India speaking with power from the Christian standpoint A Wise Decision A regiment of soldiers was drawn up for church parade in the barrack square at Belfast but the church was being repaired and could only hold half of them Sergeant major shouted the tell all the men who dont want to go to church to fall out on the flank Of course a large number quickly and gladly availed themselves of the privilegeNow major said the colonel dismiss all the men who did not fall out and march the others to church they need it most The Immortal John Now Harold asked an Evanston teacher can you tell me who signed the Declaration of Independence Yes Miss and a lot of other men but I dont remember their names Precaution Doseleigh Why do you insist upon the pastor being a fat man Deacon Broadaisle fat men generally shortwinded Storfe given meeting- at became morningJesus skeptical observes hereafter Oxford- or colonel BlankstonJohn Hancock J new Strap are reverse Because are THEIR CRY IS FOR EDUCATION Indians of Alaska Want Blessing for Their Children Tho craving of the Alaskan Indians j for education is almost pitiable Ask them what they need and the answer is the same Schools for the children so that they may become smart like tho white man They are very affectionate people to their children every benefit is for the child The older people fully realize the fact that they represent the past They have always been producers and their faith in themselves is half of the struggle that lies before them To this end they should be provided with day schools in all of the villages of 100 or more adults In some sections where the fami lies are distributed over a large area of country and in the case of the chil dren of parents unable to provide for their support and again where or phans may be enslaved by distant rel atives boarding schools or homes are equally Singular and Plural It is a question of taste and fancy whether one should make two bites of a cherry but we all really make two bites of the word cherry when we use it in the singular The original English version of conies was cheris or chinas which was mis taken for a plural so that cheri or chiri was soon manufactured as a singular Exactly so has pea comp Into being as a false singular obtained from the supposed plural and true singular pease Sherry for slier ris is another case and shay from chaise inee from Chinese and corp from corpse are others in vulgar speech Similarly riches is really a singular of which richesses was the old plural WAS A VERY SICK BOY But Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera ana Diarrhoea Remedy When my boy was two years old he had a bad attack of bowel complaint but by the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy we brought him out all right says Mag gie Hickox of Midland Mich This remedy can be depended upon in the most severe cases Even cholera In fantum is cured by it Follow the plain printed directions and a cure is certain For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancas ter 1m Never judge a mans worth by the taxes he pa ys Chamberlains Cough Remedy Acts on Natures Plan The most successsul medicines arc those that aid nature Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan Take it when you have a cold and it will al lay the cough relieve the lungs aid expectoration open the secretions and aid nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Thousands have testified to its superior excellence It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result rn pneumonia Price 25 cents Large size 50 cents For sale by R E McRoberts the reliable druggist at Lancaster 1m Summer is almost gone and narry a circus has picked its tent in this sec tion of the Starving to Death Because her stomach was so weaken ed by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary II Walters of St Clair St Columbus O was literally starving to death She writes My stomach was so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I was given up to die was I induced to try Electric with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best health Tonic on earth 50c Guaranteed be R E McRoberts druggist PUBLIC SALE I will on SATURDAY SEPT 15th 1906 bidder the following property A FARM containing about 117 acres of produc tive land Good frame house of six rooms good barn and other outbuild ings onehalf mile of post office and three quarters of mile from church and good school This land lies almost m a square and runs from Poor Ridge pike back to Sugar Creek Terms onethird cash onethird in one year and one third in two Years with interest from January 1 1007 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 and 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 910 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 RAINEY Admr 2t Judson Kentucky CASTOR I A for Infants and Children ft m YnHni Always BNglt Bears the Signature of SURE SAFE S SPEEDY Izl RHEUMATISM CURE AIM MM by F P niSBlB blight necessarySouthern 1 state Bitters SugarCreek GOOD J T I oII ssc Workman e cd Pasirsk Hf- evtsifll iiefyllYElattli U1111 Hdate fish su Nsttls i 3 MY- St fatDfWQ a The Kind Yon ilaro A in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of s and has been made umlrr Ins per 1J soisal supervision since its iiifsmcy 6CfUl t Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations ami lustaisocd arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants anti Children Hvnrxiciice against Experiment What is CASTOR A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Oil Pare goric Drops nits Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine 1101 other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee tt destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Trouble cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural steep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind Yon Bought In Use For Over 30 Years fltt hidl has been Ca tor i a r 4 D Have Always THE CENTAUR COMr1Y7 TT MURRAY STREeT e1TY wsi 1i rad iarlIln t aL1Y YJR R tow Of Beauties There they are See for yourself We dont think you can find a single point to honestly criticise Beautiful Photographs are made by artists not by ainntures We know how finish a picture to give it expression thats why the best people come to us for pictures Youll be satisfied with our work as well as our prices We are open every from 9 a m to 5 p m Give us a call before your Easter clothes get old THE FOX STUDIO I r tonSat- urday On de banks ob de Amazon far far away Wbar Dr Flowers to Ah licked dose in August in ole Brazil An a Yankee ah longs to be dar still Plower is the medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus in a of building and rebuilding j AU irregular or i tins catarrhal affections causing appendicitis of the of unhealthy complaints such ai etc August Flowery intended sizes sic 750 All druggists For sate by H K McRokerts away I the andab sorptionfor nervous and t- I flowers perfectgall constipation over natures AND Miresdiaidbms11luge WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY f BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No f medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia StJ writes I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run and a year ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me no good aad 1 was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I wail entirely cured TWO SIZES soc AND JLW SILD RECOMMENDED IT For sole by C C T E Storme FOLEYS KIDNEYCURE I or J I j DIE years I J r y I y- I I For over five t f AID ry 0