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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 2 1907rarrrsaxrs rEAR I THE SUM IS Big Bargains and i Genuine Ruberoid Roofing i flaselden Bros j Wholesale and Retail Hardware i A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency mmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm E I in 3 E BuggIes F a E Harnessr t r r-E ra J 1r r r rJJr1- I r I FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No 7 gl 1 IJ1BedZle9 I Undertak- erI Cavity Embalig on Dauviile Street aid Office FULL LINE OF CASKETS AND BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK Visit the Danville July 31st and Ang1 and 2 r Shady Grounds Fine Amphitheatre Famous Band of Music HUNDREDS OF SIDE ATTRACTIONS etfcilog and other in Splendid attractions The handsomest catalog ever got tear out by a Kentucky Fair Aaeo elation i H C Bright SBC rrfary Davnflle Ky i J1 TIII 1 t 1 e aI1tal1taRaR iJlltaRlRlRaR I I I BiB I I I I I I I I i Ii I for tar JIIatlML f l r pp FAIRI i N 1 Wsite 1 a a a aR Communion services will be held the Presbyterian church next Sund morning A big crowd came in Monday to s Haags circus A good performance and the patrons were pleased The Republican County Committe of Garrard county will meet at my o lice in Lancaster Ky on Thursda August 8th 1907 at 2 oclock p m arrange to nominate a candidate Reprensentative All candidates wi please presentLewis Walker Chairman License Expires Aug 12 The license of W H Traylor to liquor by the quart at his will expire August the twelt After that time he can not less than five gallons Then or Paris will Le the nearest to Lancaster where liquor can 1 bought Billy Percifer Dead William Percifer died very in Louisville last week and his was brought to the Lancaster for interment Billy as I was familliarly called was well know to our people and all were fond c him He moved to Lancaster the mountains years ago and has mad his home here since that time The Fair Dances The two dances given by the youn gentlemen last week were very and furnished great pleasure fc the large crowds attending Weber played for both and gave greatest satisfaction to the of the light fantastic Every was encored and the nights were spent when the merry crowds left fo home The first dance was given b the Cotillion Club the second under the auspices of the Lancaste Hop Club The Meetings Continue So great was the interest in meetings conducted by Rev Faulconer that it was decided to con tinue through this week and service have been conducted in the Part every evening As stated in last issue of The Record the sermon are doing much good and have new interest among the church members in all denominations A most pleasing feature of the meetings has been the solos rendered by Mrs Juliet Rogers whose sweet notes gc straight to the hearts of those fortun rte enough to hear her The singing choir has also exceptionally good After a long illness Mrs Stella Evins Ford wife of County Judge A D died at the family residence on Richmond street Wednesday morning condition was quite serious for several weeks in fact her death was xpee d several days before it occur d Mrs Ford was a member of the church and the pure life was one which indeed a crown in the Great Beyond leaves her husband and three children Bascom Elijah and who have the deepest their great loss She was the of Dr and Mrs Elijah Evins of this ity and was Dorn in Mercer county The funeral services will be conducted it the Lancaster Cemetery this afternoon at three oclock Rev H Williams assisted by Rev Brown being in charge Fair Excursion Wrecks Thursday morning as the special was pulling out Of Richmond pound for the Lancaster Fair one of coaches was struck by a car in a freight train which had failed to pull nto the clear making what is known n railroad parlance as a side swipe coach was turned completely over rolled down an embankment There were many on board and why nore were not injured is a mystery Is it was Mr Robert Kennedy of Lex ngton bad two ribs broken and wag badly bruised about the head and body Two ladies received a few scratches tut were not seriously injured Mr Kennedy was brought to the home of brotherinlaw Mr Banks Hudson city where he is resting easy hopes to be out soon The train crowded with people coming to he lair and did not reach Lancaster until about noon Evangelistic Services In the Park very even ingat 730 by Hen to the Park or drive on the Public Square and sit in your buggies EVERYBODY INVITED at I was i ven well I for sell distillery sell Winchester points suddenly body Cemetery from enjoyable then the trippers number far being the Henry awakened by Ford Ford Her Method hit Christian insures She Elizabeth sympathy- in daughter Thursday J C C train the The and his in this and was I Rev Faukon r I Come I I conducted n y STATE FAIR CATALOGUE READ Handsomely Illustrated Book of Premiums Amusements En terprises Music etc The regular edition of State Fair catalogue printed in colors and handsomely illustrate came from the press this week thousands of copies are being daily from the headquarters of Fair at Louisville The preliminary list for the State Fair was issued month ago It covered eighty pages The regular catalogue has 1 pages The classifications in all d partments are complete together wit the speed program and an of the big amusement en terpris of the Fair There are also eight fir half tone views of the new and buildings recently purchased I the State Board of Agriculture as permanent location for the State Fair One page is devoted to a descriptio- of the balloon race during the with three views of the balloons in air The captive balloon is shown i in a large half tone There is a pag cut of Captain Knabenshue in the carrying airship which is t make daily flights and exhibitions a the State Fair Sept 16 21 This is t be Captain Knabenshues only in Kentucky or Southern Indiana His will make six appearances in Americ this year Sectional views of the are printed for the first time State Fair catalogue The page are given to points of interest in am around Louisville while there is som valuable information on the railroai depot and ticket offices together wits the steamboat lines One of the mos attractive views in the book is an at tractive zinc etching of the eruption of Vesusvius which is to he shown nightly during the State Fair week together with Pains famous fire works Uatiello and his allstar band from the Land of Music which is to give three concerts daily during the State Fair occupies two pages in half tone An entry blank accompanies each also a souvenir post card in colors which the recipient is asked mail to some friend Anyone desiring a catalogue will be ent one by applying to the Secretary i E Hughes at Louisville A Great Success The Lancaster Fair held last week was by far the best in point of show of stock and financially which has ever been held in Garrard ounty The officers proved that they mow every detail in the management if such exhibitions and are the right nen in the right place There was tot the slightest hitch during the three days of show and nothing to mar the pleasure and com ort of the vast throng of people on he grounds We regret lack of space The Record from publishing he list of awards but there were so nany premiums given that such a thing is impossible Beside everybody was there and saw the ties placed The nusic by Webers great band was the eading feature and the repeated showed the guests were In fact nearly every number was encored and the ready manner in vhich the band responded was cer tainly appreciated by the listeners As stated above all were more than with the exhibition and will ook forward with much pleasure to he time when another fair will be icld Hon Lewis Y Leavell Dead News of the death of Hon Lewis Y Leavell was received with deep regret iy his many friends in Lancaster Mr jeavell whose health gave way about year ago was taken to a Lexington some months since but he gained strength and continued to ose ground until Monday when his leath occurred The remains were brought to the residence of Capt J A Doty in this city the funeral services icing held in the Lancaster Cemetery Wednesday morning at 11 oclock Revs J C Brown and Henry N Faulconer fllciating Mr Leavell was born and aised in Gairard county being a son f the late Mr Ed Leaven one of Gar ards most popular and successful armers He entered Centre College quite young and graduated from institution with high marks a member of the Presbyterian hurch and a liberal contributor to hat institution Mr Leavell was with a gooU portion of this worlds oods and while he made many to what he believed to be worthy causes yet no one was ever old of the fact he believing in such matters to himself Mr Leav was never married as a member of the Legislature with He was repeatedly asked to politics and make races for offices bat preferred to remain in he quiet walks of life and have little o do with such matters He was one f the bestposted men on public the town had and while he had ittle to say yet if asked his opinion te would tell you readily and always a judgment which was worth con ictering While Mr Leavell had little o say Vet he did many acts of kind and will be missed by many peo Prof Lippard wants bright young and women to enter the Business College and prepare for good positions e has calls for more stenographers hecan supply Tells the Kentucky three and mailed the a odd I announcement grounds a Fair the passenger appearance passengercarrying airship only airship catalogue seven to attendance occurred prevents encores delighted delighted Infirmary never when that blessed con- tributIons keeping ell Reserved distinction enter different affairs ness pIe men 2t tithe Betas lave ban W E Moss took first second and third on Barred Plymouth chickens the Lancaster Fair lie also tells us he has four hundred bushels of hill onicns for sale that he raised on one acre Price per bushel A Card Of Thanks We take this method of thanking our friends who were so kind and us in our great bereavement and to say we will never forget anyone of the many who came to us in the hour of troubleJesse Doty and Family The entertainment by the Ladies Aid Society in compliment to Elder and Mrs F M Tinder in celebration of their china wedding Tuesday evening at the Christian church was one of great pleasure The church had been beautifully decorated for the occasion and elegant refreshments served They were the recipients of many handsome presents Sincere congratulations and yell wishes were tendered and the occasion proved a most enjoyable one wedding of Miss Emma Wash burne of Louisville and Mr T J Price was a quiet affair at the home of the bride Wednesday morning at eleven oclock Eld F M Tinder performed the ceremony The bride is a very handsome woman and will be here as the popular teacher of several years of the Graded School Mr Price is one of our most prominent and prosperous The couple left immediately for a brief bridal tour and will then be at the beautiful suburban home to their many friends TheirLancaster friends At a meeting of the directors of the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Asso ciation held at the secretarys office in Crab Orchard Ky July 23 a dividend of 10 per cent was declared or their meeting of July 10 11 and 12 1907 All persons holding stock which has been purchased from original stockholders and which has not been transferred on the books of the association will send in their certificates to the secretary at once and have it transferred on the books when the certificates will be with check for the 10 per cent lividend R H Bronaugh Secy t L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business WmHerndon Ben D Hernrton HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At law Lancaster Kentucky Once over Stormea drug store I at 100 attentive to WashburnePrice- The kindergarten successin I I returned R r I1 remembered farmers 11 Now is the time to have your Binders and Mowers ReDaired before yov go into the har vest field We have in stock Blades Sections Guards Knife Heads Rivets for All Makes of Machines and are better 4- equidped than anyone to do your work not only in the ma chine line but on your Wagons Plows Buggies and all other kinds of work you need to have done We carry a larger stock of material than anyone and constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TIRES Nothing lasts like them 6onn Bros Were now offering MidSummer Bargains in everything in HighClass Dry Goods Heres the Chance of a Time The Joseph Co Incorporated Dry Goods Dress Goods Ladies Shoes Furnishings Carpets Etc 40 r Life c I f I I1erca tile c C r SuLrLflJWLflJWLrLflJtflJWlJ I am In the market for Wheat and Hay at the highest CASH market price I have a good grade of v Block Coal for Threshing purpose and a better grade for the cook stoves and grates Farmers will find it to their interest to see or phone me before selling their products Plenty of sacks for your Wheat and plenty of baleing wire for your hay A call will be BANKS HUDSON J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing in this line please remember him J C ROBINSON BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 1st I WILL CLOSE my entire stock of Spring and Summer MILLINERYat COST and LESS THAN COST Everybody is invit ed to tall and get something New and Fresh in the Millinery line Jflrs Alexander Walker B L W 4 Pmt W C Fish Vice Prest PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED JIUtiQu MIW appreciated I I I I W G Kemper Cashier I I 1 OUTS We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 850000 X COY B L ARNOLD JB BURROWS J B WOODS X L WOODS I DIImDJOB8 11 G GUYN II W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I L WM T LKAYKCLPrestdeat Vice Prest ItJ J WALKEu1 ORGANIZED 188j The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I- Or lAXCASTEK JfF CAPITAL SIMM SMPLlSJiMM 2 B P HvDfOir Cashier W aHum ABt OuhT C D WAIJMB Bookkeeper Puiicii Solicited Pronpt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS IiMvel JS JOHNSON BFHndioa T ROUND TRIP BEST OF THE CITY Cape and Other Jersey Coast Resorts Thursday August 15th Fifteen Days Limit Stopover at Philadelphia Baltimore and Washington on tan trip witbia limit Through Day Coaches and Sleepers For full information and re iMiitiuM aiirMB GBO W BARNEY Ih A doD Keatncky CO t 1600t t r ATLANTIC CITYt May re- Ek to Qty wltllofi change 0 j i i i Ltwls Y J J Walker M Arnold l i F r i faffil At1Ytk 1 CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky August 2 1907 After being requested several times by his suffering auditors to stop an English stoker was struck a few hard blows by one of them best fitted for the admistration of such a rebuke and now the defender of peace has been sentenced to five years of penal servitude Probably British justice could do nothing else and yet the volunteer executioner might with propriety have been recommended to the mercy of the court Great was his provocation It Is a comfort to think that possbly his sad story many serve to warn other unscrupulous warblers of the chances they are run ning That was a good idea to introduce a happy little dog into the Oyster Bay congregation on a dull hot Sunday Too often the services in midsummer are allowed to become too featureless and sleepprovoking Two college graduates hade heroic rescues of drowning persons on Sun day thus administering a well merited rebuke to those skeptics who question the benefits of our higher education One comfort the man who kept wondering whether summer would never come has disappeared from view Miss Hannah Whitehead is visiting her niece Mrs Artie iurr Miss Myrtle Cormney began teach ing at Stony Point last Monday John Hawley and Miss Nannie Ball were married at Lancaster last Sun day W H Furr sold to E L Woods 20 lambs that averaged 93 IDS at 610 per hundredM who was thrown from his buggy and had several ribs broken is getting along nicely Mr J H Hurt and wife Rev Brum met and wife and Mr Stout and wife visited at W H Furrs Sundays BevB BTye preached at Good Hope Sunday and Snnday night The will continue all this week PAINT LICK Mrs Henry Riddleburger is sick this weekBorn on the 24th to the wife of W S Fish an eight pound boy Several from here took in the Lan caster fair and had a fine time while thereMr Jim Bucker of Middleburg is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs I C BuckerMr Burchell and daughter Miss Emma are visiting his parents in NlcholasvilleDr has returned from Ohio where he has been visiting his parents for the past week G W Bice will soon have his new stable and skating rink completed and ready for business by Sept 1st BEUNA VISTA Mr Kobt Ellis is a victim of Malarial feverMrs Ed Aldrich and children of Cov ington are with Mrs Poor MUses Virginia and Moddelle King have been visiting friends in Burgin Mr Alvie Christopher and family of Somerset are visiting relatives here Mrs Marshall Scott and children are visiting Mrs Dudly Lane at Richmond Henry Teater and son of Buckeye spent Sunday with Mrs Martha Tea terMrs Josephine Boner of Bryants ville is the guest of Mrs Mary Spil Mr and Mrs Leslie Ruble are rejoic ing over the arrival of a son Paul ScottMiss Salhe Askins and brother Hugh having been visiting relatives at McCrearyMr Mrs S W Poor entertained at dinner last Wednesday Mrs Ruth Moody of Alabama Miss Bertha Chistopher is visiting her aunt Mrs Cecil and attending Wil more campmeeting- Mrs Steve Vanderpool and children of Lexington were guests of Mrs Elisha Scott last week Mr George Lowry and sister and Miss Ethel Rhorer of Wilmore were recent visitors of Miss Cora Poor The Misses Walton of Louisville af ter spending a week with Mrs Amanda Lane have returned to their home A series of meetings will begin at Browns Chapel Thursday night the pastor will be assisted by Bev C P Adams of Bowling Green Everybody Should Knew says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo Bucklens Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound a of piles Ive nee ijbaad Im talking about Guaranteed by McRoberts n sinK- ing the meet- Ing J J man cue Druatat 25c lai I FLAT WOOD that a onto kaoW what SAM JONES ON HOME When A Man Lays Aside His Mask And Become An Imp Or An Angel The place to take the true measure of a man is the market place or forum but at his fireside There he lays aside his masks and you learn whether he is an imp or an angel king or cur hero or humbug I care a copper what the world says of him whether it crowns him with glory or pelts him with eggs I care not of what religion he may be If his babies dread his coming home and his better half swallows her heart everytime she asks him for a 5 he is a fraud of the first water even though he prays night and morning until he shakes the eternal hills But if his children run to the front gate to meet him and loves own sunshine illumines the face of his wife when she hears his foot steps you can take it for granted that he is pure home is a heaven and the humbug never gets near the throne of God He may be a rank atheist and a red flag anarchist a Mor mon and mugwump he may buy votes beton elections he may deal from the bottom and drink beer until he cant tell a silver dollar from a circular saw and still be better than the man who is a suavity but who makes home a hell who vents on his helpless wife and children the ill nature he would like to inflict on his fellow man but dares not forgive much in a fellow mortal who would rather make men swear than women weep would rather have the hate all the world than the contempt of his wife who would rather call anger to the face of a man than fear to the face of achild Regular As the Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular performance in the universe unless it is the action of the liver and bowels when regulated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 25c 1m MABKSBUKY C A Robinson is on the sick list Jeff Dunn bought of Jack Adams 350 sheep for 1500 was in Nashville Tenn on business last week Miss Lora Bell Minor of Louisville is the guest of Miss Hester Patton Mrs Lucy Sutton who has been quite sick for sometime is mending slowly Misses Kate Phillillps and Mary Mobley of Stanford are visitors of Mrs Sallie Pence Mr J B Hutchison who has been the guest of Mr Jeff Dunn left Monday for his home at Chicago Miss Eliza Ison a very popular teacher of Bryantsville will begin school at Rice Accademy next Monday Miss Allaleigh Browing of Lexing ton has returned home after a two weeks stay with her sister Mrs N P CobbMrs Herd and daughter Miss Marv of Fort Worth Tex are on a visit to Mrs B F Patton and family and will spend the summer with them The revival at Hebron conducted by Rev Moore is still progress there have been no addition to the church up to this time The crowds are splendid and the preaching good Mrs Shouse of Versailles who has been on an entended visit to her son Rev Henry Shouse returned home Sunday she was accompanied home by Mr Albert Shouse who was with his brother from Friday until Sunday Misses Nancy and L G Burdette entertained about 20 of their friends at the home their Grand father L D Chesnutt one afternoon last week Games had been provided for the little folks and delightful refreshments served TFALLACETON Mr Chailie Baker of Gum Sulphur is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs are visiting their son Mr Floyd Kidd in Berea Miss Ida May Hurt of Lowell is teaching the school here this year Miss Grace Lester cf Berea was the guest of Miss Ella Lamb first of the week Miss Laura Soper returned to Berea Saturday after nearly two weeks visit with relatives here Mrs Bachel Duck and Mr Dan Mc Collum of Junction City are spending a few weeks at Mr Dave McCoilum A very entertaining stereopticon lecture was given here on the evening of July 27 by Prof Dinsmore of Berea assisted by Carl Kirk Quite a number came out from Berea and gave us some good music Mr Owens two little grand daugh ters who have been visiting here were called home to Jellico Saturday bv news of being badly Injur ed in the wreck of his motor at the Jellico mines They were accompanied by their aunt Mrs May Smith Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientists are unanimouis in the conclusion that the general accepted limitation of human life years below the at tainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race possessed The critical period its seems to be ba tween 50 and GO the proper care of the body during this decade be too strongly urged carelessness then being to longevity Natures best helper Bitters the scienti He tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guaranteed by B E McBoberts Druggist 50c In in donut goldhis I can o B Patton H B RobertKidd Mr theirfather Th after not bill F is man Mew tba determines duration cannot fatal 50is Electric SS STORIES OF SCOTCH JUDGES Indulged In Levity When Human Life Was at Stake Lord Salvesen in an address at Edinburgh recalled the old days when human life was held very cheap and judges frequently indulged in levity when life was at stake On one occasion Sir Francis Bacon was mightily importuned by a male factor to save his life All appeals failed and the culprit at length pleaded for mercy on account of his kindred Your name said he is Bacon and my name is Hog and in all ages Hog and Bacon are so nearly kindred that they are not to be Aye but replied the judge you and I cannot be kindred except you be hanged for Hog is not Bacon until it be well hanged Similar callousness was evinced by Scottish judges even as late as the 18th century Lord Braxfield seemed to have taken a positive pleasure in obtaining convictions in cases and it was he who told an unfortunate cul prit that he was a very clever fellow but that he would be nane the waur o a hanging On another occasion when this judge noticed a juryman who was a personal friend entering the court he exclaimed Come awa Mister come awa and help me to hang a few o they damned scoondrels- In 1870 Lord Kaimes presided at the trial of a man named Matthew Hay with whom he had been in the habit of playing at chess He summed up against the prisoner and when he was convicted exclaimed Thats checkmate to you Matthew CLOCK ALL OF GLASS Bohemian Workman Produces Work ing Model After Six Years of Labor A somewhat futile feat of ingenuity has been accomplished after six years of continuous work in the construction of a working clock every part of which except the springs is made of glass The constructor is a Bohemian glass polisher named Joseph Bayer who lives in Theresien thal and who is now 71 years old The plates and pillars which form the framework are of glass and are bolted together with glass screws The dial plate hands shafts and are of glass and glass wedges and pins are used for fastening the va rious parts of the running gear f- All these parts are ground to the average proportions of the metal parts of other clocks of the same size The teeth of the cogwheels are cut with minute exactness Only the balance wheel is heavier and thicker than it would be in an ordinary clock but it is fashioned so as to properly con trol the movement of the machine Like the clock itself the key with which it is wound is of glass The completion of the work was a mat ter of infinite pains Some of the parts had to be made over and over again as often as 40 times before a clock that would go and keep time was produced The builder sets a price on the finished model of 2500 marks or about 625 Labor is cheap in Bohemia Real and Bogus Relics A tooth alleged to have been drawn from Napeoleons head at St Helena was sold for 3750 For Kants wig only 40 could be obtained but Sternes wig was valued at 1000 Two hundred dollars is said to have been given for Descartes skull whereas 3400 was given for one of Sir Isaac Newtons teeth and 20000 was offered for one of the teeth of Heloise at the time when her body was exhumed The waistcoat worn by Rousseau has been priced at 190 his watch at 100 Not all the relics however in which there has been traffic have been genuine Voltaire cannot have owned more than a frac tion of the walking sticks that have been sold as his and a tradesman in France used to boast that he had of 132 last walking sticks by Jean Jacques Rousseau A Paris tradesman for a long time did an equally lucrative business in the last pair of trousers worn by Victor Hugo Battles in the Blood An interesting record of what may be called the battles that occur in the blood of a fever patient between noxious and benign microorganisms was presented at a recent meeting of the Royal Microscopical society The patient in this case was from malarial fever The were made at Intervals of a few minutes during a period of five hours The defenders of the patients life were a kind of leucocytes which destroyed the malarial parasites- A leucocyte would engulf a which would then be seen a process of disintegration in side the leucocyte and only the granules were left Afterward other leucocytes would approach and absorb even these granules Ex change An Easy Matter The man was playing euchre with the latest belle of the Mountain house while his bride of three months was trying to busy her mind as well as her fingers with a piece of embroid erySuddenly the husband turned toward the wife with a patronizing air Pardon me he exclaimed I hadnt noticed that I was between you and the light Oh pray dont move the little woman replied I can see through you perfectly well Ldppincotta OASTORIAT c ImflttU IbKMYNHmAlnnlNgtt separated painstaking cogwheels together disposed carried suffering observations parasite undergoing pigment Y4 aid Bears the Signature of Do a Hay Baler Ttolnter national does the work quick 20 to 25 Riles per hour Mount Elkin tI yon want S I THE BIG GRASSI CORPORATED AT TFYT1vGT01 KY 1 BLUE AIRS OVER 25000 In Premiums A I It- I o I- w I IEI I 1111 JPI Aug 6 Big Days 6 1217 cops MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Most Extensive List of mtfcCmnty 16 Thrilling Acts Each Day 16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington R E McRoBERTS Prest J W ELSIOICB Cashr- J C EUBANKS Vice Prest R I BURTON 2nd V Prest D A THOMAS Asst Casht The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky It is the aim of this institution to meet every reasonable of the public of a banking nature Etiuiped with The Latest BirglarJtaf Yailt ail Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi ness experience are too well known to need mentioning we offer courteous safe and obliging treatment Promising these three we invite personal interviews or correspondence looking to the establishing of business relations Our facilities are adapted to handling farmers paper For the custody of your valuables secure one of our Safety Deposit Boxes They must be seen to be appreciated J B Sanders V A Lear W L Lawson W R Cook H T Logan Banks Hudson J R Haselden R L Elkin I M Dunn T J Price E L Woods R L Burton L K Perkins W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton Lancaster Greenhouse Best and Free Attractils particularly DIRECTORS- H K Herndon 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111 I I requirement I raved SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Roses BEDDING PLANTS A little of every thing Come and see CUT FLOWERS For all occasions I can save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS All Kinds Now Ready John ChristmanProp Phone 157 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII i j I eI I1IIIIIIIIIIIIII I I1 IIIIIIIII1 I II THE National Bank Of Lancaster Surplus 10000 A R DENNY Presides J E STORMES Yice Prest- S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIKECTOKS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes- S C Denny Capital 501000 I EAZLEYAUSTIN HIGH GRADE COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Office near depot wislretraishas i ovEx l In Premis S25OOO VE AVTLI MetrDewiitBoiesforBeBi Solicit Tau DUDes I I7fe Strayed One week ago 8 hogs 2 sows o red and black spotted weighin a black gilt weighing about Also shoafcs weighing alout 70T red and blank spotted 1 red one ia tfc bunch These hogs were not mark at all Reward is offered for return to Ed Penman White Oak oa Stan ford pike Post office Gilberts Creek Ky 823t l CiL I twIMIt 1 t doesnt change with the thermometer nor the almanac Our standard of quality keeps steady in one place hot or cold July or January we mean to sell the best goods made As evidence of that purpose we remind you that we are the HartSchaffner Marx people of this town and weve got some very fine summer clothes of their make wait ling to be used m iIJ iilri Thing About This Store 1 I Elephant STORE J rnM j L- One White aipair of W DOUGLAS SHOESL The Best on Earth We have SMOBS for EVERYBODY SMITH HERRINB r 1wwwPersonal Mention = John Ray has returned Joe Haselden returned to Cincinnat MondayMr Walter of Frankfort is visiting his parents Mr John Marrs has returned to his home in Richmond Miss Angle Kinnaird is visiting the Misses Collins of Richmond Mrs Kauffman of Hustonville visiting Mrs H C Kauffman Miss Katie Lee Denny has beeu wits Miss Mary Doty for a few days Mrs Richard Ware of Cincinnati it visiting her father Mr Ike Myers Miss Mary Lear of Paint Lick hat been the guest of Mrs Horace Hern donMiss Dove Harris of Danville ii visiting her sister Mrs John Mr Adolph Ohio has beer visiting his parents Mr Jacob Joseph and wife Mr Sherley Elkin of Lexington has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T S Elkin Mr Chas Woods of Cincinnati ii visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Gar rett Woods Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Nicholas ville has been the guest of Miss Kinnaird Mr Charles Collier of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Mr anc Mrs James Collier Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Misses Mary and Madge Hackley ol Hubble have been visiting Misses Ethyl and Mayme Walter Misses Maiy Miller Bessie Turley Mary Barnett and Margaretta Smith of Richmond attended the fair Mr and Mrs C B Shelton and little daughter of Lexington have been visiting the family of W H Pope Mrs B F Walter entertained afternoon in honor of her pretty little grand daughter Eugenia Dun lapMisses Marianne Collins Lucile Col lins and Caroline Price of Richmond were visitors of Miss Angie Kinnaird for the fair Misses Julia Higgins and Kate Doug las returned Monday to their home in Richmond after a visit to Louis Lan dram and wife Mrs Joe Elsener and children of Charleston West Virginia by her sisters are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs N Miller Miss Mary Brown the beautiful and accomplished visitor of Miss Kathleen Walter has returned to her home in Danville to the regret of her score of friendsMrs Hisey of Kansas City Mrs Stegle Misses Mollie Brooks and Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard and Miss Paxon Edmondson of Louisville were guests of Misses Mattie and Liz tie Beazley during the fair MissVirginia Bennett who has been the attractive and popular guest of Mrs Louis Landram and Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts has returned to Crab Orchard Springs Miss Bennett is the laughter of the late Judge Caswell BennettThe given to little Miss En genia Dunlap by her grandmother Mrs B F Walter on the anniversary of her third birthday was in every way a The yard made a large and spacious play ground fur the twenty five little girls from fonr to six years The refreshments were spread under of shade and close by in a cozy nook wasa table with beautiful gifts each friend brought her to Lexing tonI is Anderson Josephof Marguerite accompanied acanopy 4 Saturday grand success trees little Mrs Mary Anderson is with Lancas ter friends Miss Margaret Zanone is visiting friends in Danville Sutton who has been ill is very much improved Mr Brown of Florida is visiting his brother Rev C C Brown Mr Robert Kennedy is visiting his sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs Dan of Stan ford are with Mrs W M Zanone Miss Lee Prewitt of Richmond has been visiting Miss Callie Adams Mr and Mrs A H Rice returned Sat urday to their home in Louisville Dr Wade K Walker of Wichita Falls Texas is visiting relatives here Misses Schlegel and Campbell of Richmond were visitors here the past week Miss Abby R Taylor of Knoxville is the guest of her sister Mrs C C BrownMiss Roberta OBannon of Stan ford was with friends here and attend ed the fair Mrs Frank and daughter Miss Joe Hord are guests of Mr and Mrs Joel J Walker Mrs W M Bogie of New Orleans is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt Quite a tine picture of W B Burton and R L Elkin appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Messrs W M Bogle and William Wherritt returned Saturday to their home in New Orleans Miss Josephine Brady who has been with Lancaster friends has returned to her home in Stanford Misses Nell and Josephine Warren of Stanford have been guests of their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Annie last for a two weeks trip to Niagara Falls and other points of interest Miss Annie Cotton of Danville and Miss Jennie Burnside of Bryantsville have been visiting Mrs M K Denny Prof Edwin Halley and bride have returned from their bridal tour and are with Capt T A Elkin and family Mr and Mrs George Spoonamore of Crab Orchard and Mrs fickle of were with Mrs W M Zanone last week Miss Norma Elmore has returned from a delightful visit to Jamestown Exposition Shelbyville Lexington and Richmond Mrs William Marrs of Knoxville and Mr Sam Anderson of Gallatin Tenn have been with their parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Lexington Gazette Misses Angle Shouse Judith Morton Mr Jouett Shouse were guests at the Lancaster Fair Friday They went over in a rotor car Mrs IdaTudor is in the guest of her brothers W G and R L Spencer The following invitation has been received by Lancaster friends Mrs Nannie Talbot Johnson requests the honor of your at the marriage of her daughter Bettie Brent to Mr McClelland Ewing Turney Tuesday evening August the Sixth nineteen bundled and seven at eight oclock Second Presbyterian church Paris Kentucky r The many friends of Miss Margaret Mount who was injured near the fair grounds last week will be delighted to know that she has about recovered awl is able to be out for a drive She returning to then fair grounds to bring her parents to town when an automoble came up and the horse turn upset the rig She was thrown rtotoaUjr to the ground her escape MrsLucy Traylor J C Herndon left I Wednesday was eland Stanford Lancaster presence f w1 from being either killed or injured being remarkable Miss Callie Adams has returnee from a pleasant visit to friends hi RichmondMr Freidway of Richmond spent Sunday with his cousin Mn C D Powell Mr Owen Shugars Mrs Jonas Ruck er of Ford Mr W K Shugarswife and son of Brodhead have been guests of Judge William Shugars and children Mr Jno M Wheeler of Winchester attended the fair and sold while here head of his tine Duroc gilts He is one of the largest breeders in the stateMiss Lee Prather and Mr Donelson Allman of Richmond and Miss Ida Mae Adams of Live Oak Fla and Mr Jack Adams of Mt Vernon have been visiting Miss Callie Adams Brodhead cor Mt Vernon Signal Miss Ethel Hilton is visiting her sis ter R II Batson at Lancasterand taking in the fair Misses Susie Hil ton and Callie Adams of Lancaster visited the Misses Hilton here last and Sunday Mrs W K Shug ars and son are visiting in Lancaster this week and are taking in the fail John Robins was in Lancaster Stanford and Somerset this week ad vertising the worlds Fair which wil be pulled off at this place Aug 14 It and 16 Among those who attendee the Lancaster fair were Mesdames J V Tate and Wm Potts Messrs J W H Hamm W K Shugars John Rob ins and 0 A Frith Deering mowers and hay rakes a W J Romans 2t No better rake made than Mount Elkin See Romans if you want th best mower or hay rake at a bargain Get the best fence tnat is Kokomo W J Romans Large stock of mens and boys saddles just received Haselden Bros See our new line of Elgin and ham watches Selling cheap tf Morrow and McRoberts Have you seen the twin cream sherbert freezers freezes both at same time Haselden Bros Ring 181 and see how sooa or der for Groceries will be tf We are agents ttie famous Schraffts candies best on the Gill Simpson Dairymen Attention We have the best and strongest milk can on the market 2t Haselden Bros Monday afternoon at the show grounds a ladys gold watch and fob Reward for return to The Recoid office Knight Templar watch charm and chain at fair grounds Return to Haselden Bros Hardware store and reward 2c Strayed Strayed from my place on st on Saturday July 27 Polan China Board with four white feet and tip Reward for return to W B Moss Jr t Phone 99 B Notice to Tax Pa Taxes due state and are now due This includes the Please call and settle same 6 11 tf C A S G C MrS D Turner has bought out the Jones coal yard on Depot street and will handle the best grades of coal at trial order For Sale 10 nice Red Berkshire Boars at 10 00 per head until Sept 1st 4t BurnsidePoint Ky Jersey Bull I will stand mv fine Jersey Bull a yearling pt mv home 6 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike at one Dollar Money due when service dered J W Hill 726t 6 M rs Tate- R McCormick W J the Walt and the for t market2t Lost Lost lOne rs cq tax aftbJ ce old lowest prices ring upl4 ana give him J Fin ren cCreul Ky permanently Saturday our delivered W ken 0 receive Lexington u Z f i IA Full and Complete Lire of I II CHINA I Just Received Thit is the finest ban Lpaintecl china in the SUnited States I Morrow M6Rooom s l YL C01 X 3r eJ a eoooomoooo o om oor m flo PickardsllaodPaipted- m r o m 0 j Ir 0= For Tobacco Growers on store and at the Fair Grounds Dont fail to see it Saves you money and barn room MOUNT ELKIN exhibit at our Buggies Buggy Harness Deering Binders Deering Mowers Old Hickory Wagons are all going at bargains at W J ROMANS II I j TIle Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been ia use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his supervision since its infancy C46 Allow no one todeceive youinthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of iBfkats and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Caatoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms aad allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aad Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS st Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Ml COMPANY TT MUHIULV STMCCT NW As Spring approaches you naturally think of repairing and beautifying your home The most beautiful themost lasting and most economical point you can use is Rainbow PaintW- ehave sold Rainbow Paint for the past seven years without a single dissatisfied customer We give an guarantee that it will last for 5 years A guarantee that is a guarantee We handle everything in the paint FRISBIES DRUG STORE THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 I9O5 NATHANIEL WHITAKER ofRichmond Madison County Kentucky Why the Whitaker Gate is the best 1st it is made of first class material 2nd It is stock proof 3rd It has no dead center and will not stop half open when others give trouble4th It has no latch to get out of order 5th It is a perfect lock when closed 6th It has less lever motion than any other Gate 7th It will work on any kind of Ground in a curved road and to any kind of post 8th It is easier to operate than any other 9th because every one that sees it says so J 9 A I YORK CITY I j I t i I Ii I j line BY c2r personal gone TN I absolute Bead what a few men of the county have to say who are using this gate Paint Lick Ky August 14th 1900 I have one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates that I have used for about seven months it has not been out of repair in the least and has not given me one moments trouble so far and cant see how it will I like it splendid Respectfully J C Rucker After using one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates can say that it gives perfect satisfaction I consider it the best gate I have ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky Ihave owned one of the Whitaker Automatic Gates for some time I has given persect satisfaction and swings so nicely and works so easy that any child can operate it My little four year old boy has no trouble in using this gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I wag the first in thIs county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased adwould not do without it one year for the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all rightT Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCrcary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard County Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky Gouty Md State rights wlthJt for ale 1 Teachers institute The white teachers of Bovle Lincoln and Garrard counties will meet in joint Institute at Lancaster Ky Sept 2 to 7 1907 All teachers holding certificates who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the Connty The Colored Teachers of Boyle and Garrard Counties will meet at joint Institue at Danville Ky at the Colored Baptist church Aug 12 to 17 1907 All teachers holding holding certificates who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute unless excused by the Superintendent The per capita for the present school year is 340 Important Notice The Fiscal Court of Garrard county at its April term decided to pay no claims for work done on county roads by teams of the various hands allotted to roads unless the accounts were filed and verified by the road overseer in charge that the account is correct and that the claimant performed the work for which the account is The form for these accounts can be obtained by the road overseers of the county from the county judge or the county attorney Notice To the patrons of the Lancaster post office The Department requires me to weigh all classes of mail separately the next six months To get mail in pouches for the different trains it must be in the office as follows 1050 a m for train leavg at 1120 a m 123 pm 153 pm 756 pm 826 p m 845 pm 505 am tf Respty W T West P M F Heathman Ciintonville Ky says for several years I have lost my turkeys about breeding time with the cholera I have tried a number of remedies but Bourbon Poultry Cure is the only remedy I have ever found that will cure them Sold and I by Mount Elkin A Baa Habit There are men who go armed there are other men who go armed because of a threatend or expected difficulty there are other men who obey the spirt and the letter of the law and never under any circumstances carry a weapon Does the State protect these latter Is it or is it not true that in this con munity each man must be his own and only protector from personal attack and this fact is and acted upon with the result that every crowd of half a dozen there is one or more who is armed We submit these questions to this com munity for its consideration this morn ing The Kentucky Gazette Endorsed By The Country The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friends of my fami ly writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil bertsville N Y Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never the taker by McRoberts Drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m Nothing In The Papers Often you pick up the local paper and after glancing at the head lines wearily thrust it aside remarking Nothing in the paper today asks an exchange Did you ever stop to think what that phrase nothing in the paper It means that in the day or week just passed no mis fortune has befallen anyone in our city that no tire has wiped worldly goods that the grim angel of death has crossed no of a friend that no man driyen by liquor hatred or fearhas taken the life of a fellow human that no poor devil haunted by the past or the mis deeds of some other has crossed the divide by his own hand that many things that ought not to happen have not happened So the next time you pick up a paper that dont announce a tragedy give a little thanks instead of grumbling because there Is no news Poultry Raising Pays Farmers are coming to realize that poultryraising is one of the best pay ing lines in their business Statistics show that the eggs sold alone pays him more money than the output of either corn or wheat Now is the time of year to Feed Your Fowls a Good Remember that only Healthy hens lay 4 11 44 not only cures Roup Cholera Gaps and Limberneck but makes them lay Give each sick chicken 3 to 4 drops 2 or 3 times a day as a preventive give each chicken 1 to 3 drops in the feed once a day Price 50 Cents Guaranteed by your druggist R E McRoberts tf Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B Soon all sores neal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express SI per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures alter all else fails 41lyr Superintendent Mercer I County presented 3t 1 II 1 1 It Mrs W guaranteed always occasionally violencethat recognized i infallible scription disappoint todaymeans outa neighbors threshold Tonic diseased eating BIB LI II II HOW DEEP TO FARM Conditions of Soil Drainage Etc Must Determine the Question The depth to which a man pows his land has a bearing on the success of his farming It is possible to plow too deep and it is certainly possible to plow too shallow to get the best results nut someone will ask what is the best depth for plowing That is an unanswerable question because all kinds of conilitions exist on farms and those conditions are what must set the depth of plowing The depth to which to plow is a problem that has been considered with other ques tions and not by itself by our best investigatorsIn of the soils of southern Illinois Prof Hopkins found sections where the potash had been very much exhausted in the upper seven inches of soil so much so that the crops could not get enough of that element to make the growth they should make The advice of Prof Hopkins was to plow a little deeper and thus get the use of the potassium below the depth of the old plowings Now here was a case where the land had been farmed for so long a time that the potassium was exhausted in the soil usually turned up by the plow It is certain that if a new piece of soil were brought under cultivation in that region the conditions would not be the same This illustrates the fact that no rule can be laid down How deep to farm must depend to a considerable extent on the drainage conditions existing on each field says the Farmers Review If the land is flat and wet during a good deal of the growing season no depth of will increase its productiveness The roots of plants will not strike below the water line and if during an unusually dry time they did go down it would be to rot when the water rose permanently around them Therefore it is impossible to give a rule for depth of plowing in such a case It is certain that it is useless to attempt to cultivate the land to a greater depth than it has been drainedThe of the soil also has much to do with the depth of plow ing and cultivating A clayey soil will not give as good results if plowed deep as a sandy soil for the air will not readily penetrate the clayey soil to a certain depth as it will the sandy soil nor will the heat of the sun so quickly warm it up to a point where the seeds will germinate in it Sandy land can and should be plowed quite deep for a number of reasons One of these is that it dries out more quickly than clayey soil as clay con tains more water than sandy soil The sandy loam will therefore facili tate the deep growing of roots as the roots easily penetrate the interstices between the particles of soil There is still doubt that the soil can be utilized several inches deeper than is usually the case Subsoil plowing has proved very beneficial on some lands but not on others and here again comes in an illustration of the fact that we cannot lay down any rule that will prove of value on all lands The depth of plowing must depend some on the fertility that can be applied to the soil and its ability to be aerated STORING THE CORN CROP Crib Which Can Be Made Rat and Bird Proof I have a corn crib which is proof against rats and birds writes a South Dakota correspondent of the Farm and Home It is shown in the cut It is set on posts 1 foot out of the ground sills lengthwise 3x4 inches floor joists 2x5 laid on top of sills Posts 2x4 inches and onehalf foot high are nailed to floor joists resting on top of sills Plates 2x4 inches with plowing A RatProof Corn Crib 1x4 inch cross section are fastened to posts The roof is arranged to give 9 inch eaves clear of sides and is covered with threeply tarred pa per It has a double floor the bottom boards of rough hemlock and top floor of Carolina pine matched Extra heavy onehalfinch wire mesh was put on inside of posts the second floor was laid and fastened in place by staples also strips onethird inch over to hold it securely in place This room is 20 feet long and has a swing wire door on the end to raise out of the way for unloading corn from the wagon There is a space 8x4 feet on the north end which is covered with matched boards and separated from the corn by a movable fence of boards giving room for shelling and being protected from the cold winds The door on the east side is used to get into this room The wire door and this door are kept locked as a against borrowers Digging Potatoes Do not dig potatoes when the ground Is wet or when the dirt ad heres to the potatoes as the skin will never have that bright appearahce as when harvested under proper condi tion Besides they are far more apt to rot when stored covered with mud and dampness Up Against It Heres a story said Mrs Nagget looking up from her paper of a man who begged the judge to send him to place of his wife Ha exclaimed Mr Nagget and yet you say we men never sacrifice ourselves for Walt a minute This woman stole some clothes she was given to wash You see she couldnt take In washing while she was in jail and so he would have had to work before jail in precaution Baths Limited Owners of country houses no longer hesitate to ask the cooperation of their guests when it seems neces sary In all the bathrooms of a pal ace on the Hudson river which en tertains many visitors in the course of a year says the Sun there hangs this sign Guests are kindly requested not to draw more than three inches of water into the tub Since the host of a famous house had the courage to put up this sign his neighbors have become equally frank in requesting their visitors to help them out Poisonous Caterpillars Several kinds of hairy caterpillars are known to have a poisonous effect on the human skin notably the cater pillar of the processionary moth so called because the caterpillars march in procession after their food The scientist Reaumur found that this cat erpillars hairs caused him consider able suffering in the hands for some days and when he rubbed his eyes his eyeballs too were inflamed Even approaching too near the nests of these caterpillars has caused painful swellings on the necks of certain from the caterpillar hairs float ed by the winds Echoes from the Past Montezuma had offered the con quering Cortez a room full of gold and silver if he would go away and leave him in peaceful possession of his kingdom Dont try any of your Monty games on me old man laughed Cortez Ill have to ask you for more mazuma than that As this was the next best thing to offering him a job as police inspector the hapless monarch forbore to urge I him any further and died shortly substantially as narrated in the school histories Reading Through Salt In San Domingo there is a remark able salt mountain a mass of salt almost four miles long said to contain nearly 90000000 tons and to be so clear that mediumsized print can be read with ease through a block a foot thick Notice to Contractors Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned will up to 12 oclock noon Monday Aug 5 1907 receive sealed pro posals for the building of one mile of turnpike beginning at the Maple Grove pike near Newby Ky and running south over present dirt road one mile The profile and specifications of said pike will be found at the County Judges oflice The successful bidder will be required to give bond with proved security for the faithful per formance of the contract and the right is reserved to reject any or all bids N B TURPIN J M C C Cheapest and Best Hay Baler on the market Mount Elkin Something new in Hay Balers price will surprise you Mount Elkin Bids Wanted The directors of the White Lick Turnpike Co will receive sealed bids until Aug 1 1907 for construction of one mile of turnpike beginning on the Paint Lick and Lancaster turnpike near Walnutta and extending one mile Leave bids with W C Wynn or at Peoples Bank Paint Lick 3t F A Estes Wyandotte Ky says I had fourteen hogs sick with the cholera and had turned one in a rye field to die Some of these hogs could not eat I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss Sold and euaran teed by Mount Elkiu KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr lings New Discove persons afterward ape crystalline Ss FOR c PRICE ISOc Free LOO TrW BoiSe REFUNDED JVl K Denny AND All THROAT AND LUNGTROIJRLES GUARANTEED OR SATISPACTO1 MONEY DENTIST II Office over Herndons jewelry store LETTER TO OUR READERS Leading Druggists Guarantee Hy omei to Cure Catarrh or It Costs Nothing To the Editor In view of the prevalence of ca tarrhal troubles at this season of the year we want to tell your read ers that we have never any thing that gave more satisfaction than Hyomei when used In catarrhal troubles You get immediate relief from the treatment and consistent use will prove to every sufferer as it has to many of our customers the virtue of this preparation Personally we are interested In Hyomei for it is made and sold on honor and we do not want your money unless you are benefited and satisfied There is no stomach dosing in with Hyomei It is a thor oughly local treatment for a local and its soothing healing goes direct to the spot where it is needed The complete Myomei outfit of a pocket inhaler a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel and the price is only 1 while additional bottles can be obtained for 50 cents We positively guarantee a cure when Hyomei is used in accordance with duections or we will refund your money This certainly shows our faith and belief in the virtues qj Vyonei Yours very truly R E McRoberts Druggist I I connection dIs- ease medication consists The Louisville Herald to Award 10000 in Prizes Monday July 1 The Louisvile Daily Sunday and Weekly Herald inaugurated a voting contest in winch 10000 In prizes will t awarded the women or Ken tucky and Indiana The plan adopted for awarding thDse the fairest and no element or luck chance or guessins enters into the The to be conducted along competitive lines and woman who enters the race wilt equal opportunity to win a first prize whether she in Louisville or town or much smaller size The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are newspaper in the South The prize of 10000 contest is S1500 ii This large amount of money will be to the woman who secures the number of votes in the entire of district limitations tee Prize there are two chines is a brand new Aerocar purchased direct from the factory for the express purpose of it as a prize The Heralds contest The other is a runabout model valued at 5 0 brand new with modern backed by the manufacturers the local agent One of these machines will be awarded to a candidate vill the other to a candidate rsmliiir in Kentucky or Indiana Louisville The candidate who secures the largest number of votes of the two automobile winners will be given choice of the ma is divided into twentyfive districts Rich district will receive three prizes The first in each district will be a free through the Eastern States visits to New York City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Norfolk and the Jametown Exposition Every cent of the expense cf the tourists from the time leave until they return will be borne by The Herald One of these free trips will then be awarded to the candidate in each one or the twentyfive districts who secures the largest number of votes in her own par ticular district The number of votes candidates in one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number or votes accorded candidates in other districts This equalizes the competi tion and gives every one who enters tre race an opportunity to win The Richmond Business College wishes the names of all young people interested in obtaining business If ten students can be obtain ed a branch school will be established in Lancaster opening Sept 1st thus saving board expenses and greatly re ducing cost of a thorough business education This is a great and all interested should write Prof Lippard of Richmond at once824t Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of K41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instant ly When fed as a preventive it Is the best I have ever used Will Coomes Bardstown Ky R4 1144 is guaran teed by your druggist R E McRob erts to cure Cholera Gaps Roup and Limberneck Price SOcts Xo cure no pay Are you willing to try it Aerees King Fox We have purchased this thoroughbred Jersey Bull and desire to call the attention of the to the fact that he is REGISTERED and o the very finest type to be found lie is by Trinity Fox imported from the Island an exceptionally tine animal even for the Island as his sire Flying Fox for years was tirst prize winner His down was an exceptionally tine cow giving in one year 12700 pounds of milk Another sister out of his dam was second prize cow over England in l l lie will stand at 2 payable at time of ser vice Kiugeither of us for luther information JW Swaeney E F Pierce i conceivable plan i a the most ever given b any capital largest contest regardless As the contest runs but nIne weeks the winner of this prize will earn lGGGt per weeks capital other prizes or two l9Y model One these in improvement in louis chinesThe contest I home edu- catIon opportunity 74165 public haven away automobiles of mt Atlantic they accorded There are TEN FREE SCHOLARSHIPS for each Legislative District See your County Superintendent now a bout yous Appolntmenrs made by your County Superintendent on Aug SaturdayState and Life Diplo mas are awarded when earned by resi dent work Write for complete catalog to the President R N RGAKK 10 19 Richmond Ky No One Can be Strong With a Weak StomachThe is the mainspring of life When it is strong and acts perfectly then the whole system is right assimilation is perfect and body and brain are thoroughly nour ishedOne may perhaps get temporary relief from stomach troubles by pepsin or some other digestant but this treatment has no curative It does not reach the seat of the trouble and remove the cause How much better to use Miona which restores lost functions of the whole digestive system revives nutrition and aids in the of food Miona is a pleasant remedy to use and benefit is seen from almost the first days treatment It restores the torpid glands and stimulates the natural digestive secretions It checks fermentation stops germ growth soothes inflammation and cures all troubles such as backaches rheumatic pains ousness and general debility which are caused by imperfect digestion- It is the only remedy that is so successful In the cure of diseases that we are willing to give a guarantee with every 50 cent box of Miona tablets that the will cost nothing unless It cares R E McRoberts Druggist Fall tcrm Mainspringof using effect flagging ass- imIlation I I furred tongue sleeplessness nerv i uniformly stomach remedy OdllTllSay 3O headaches The second and third one of the twentylive dl9 l a Soid vath ant a busiu ship In rtler t m it 1 hfcie are in wih tile main 1VIrkthose viho toes miums may rest assured that they got full value for the effort put forth m the contest How to Enter the Rare Alt that is necessary to enter Tine Hv ldi contest is to send your name and a ares to the nsnaser o the Genr test Department together with the names of one or two reliaoie partIes live in the vicinity Another way to enter i the race is by a few coupons published daily m The Herald filling them out properly and sending them to the Contest Department The Herald Ky EverJ Woman Eligible Every voiim is eligible to In this contest who ts u rfssectable white resident of Indiana or Kentucky and be tween the ages of tlften and titty yeans Send in your name at once if you to compete as th ntee oly extends over a of nine weeks July 1 August SI Inclusive How to Get Votes Votes may be secured in The H caW t contest by clipping eo piw front tb 1aily paper wnich count i are only one week subscriptions for the daily Sunday an I weekly tions patti for srbscriptton counts for JJOO votes a months subscription counts for I vOteS and so on Fut on tfci point may be ler rx i by reading The i r ad or writing the Department for Enter No Tf yon are eTIrtite enter this contest at once You may win t e capital prize f 00 cash or a brand new autio n Me If you are eligible enter nane of your wfe mother sister frfeml relative or sw ethe rt as the case may h and help her win a prize It will cot nothing to nominate a candidate And it costs a canddnte nothing to try rot one of the prizes Now Is the time to set busy in this contest You may never have another opportunity to sot such valuable prizes for so Enter re race before some vn P1 o in your locality all the votes you are depending on To enter the contest mpTy send your name antI address Contest Department of The ITerald Louisviliv Ky anti you will receive fall informafion every point of the raca by return maiL Well Well Well Who would have thought it Such a difference in the work of the and others Now its just like this This Laundry is the best but of course you run along and patronize others and dont think anything about what you are why not let a fellow give you a little kind tip Hand your bundles to Phone 3S or 91 EUGENE ALDRIDGEiit LANCASTER KY CURE WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY I or BLADDER DISEASE j that is 4 not beyond the reach ofmedicine No i can do more WiS WEI TIME B 1204 N Virginia StEvansville lad writes bladderaffections which causedmemuch pain and worry I lost flesh and was and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three ef the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically given np to die Foleys Cure was recommend and the first bottle gave me great relii and alter taking the Mcoad bottle I v Mtttrdy cured IWi SZE Sic JUTJ 3LML t RE McRoberts Druggist ill college the pot Cure S l w clipping ou of 10 as OR vote or by SttcuriUII and baying such subserip in advance A six ft in OOO no i nti upon MNLAUNDRY FOLEYSKIDNEY t l J medicine r I was troubled with prizes ea iVart keeping htivse Louis jile desk the new yetri new Contest particulars the you effort gets tithe doing so Forover five ears kidney anti all- an K1 V1IEaIT- S