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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 16 KT RECORD arn z i TIlE CENTRALIasris rE3x R ui jprwwiff iffww The Lightning HAY PRESS is The Honey Maker j We have one more in stock You dont have to wait so get ibusy Haselden Bros I Wholesale and Retail Hardware 51 II t I a i 9 E a E 3 I Uf Fmtrinem arm mmm rd r v r e r I y 1 Lr IIiN1Mi JAgeazlex Undertaker Arterial and Cavity Eabalsiig Office oa Danville Street OIIIJII f I I I I FULL CASKETS AXU BURIAL ROBES ALWAYS IX STOCK ffffII IfrfUII U1IUIII LINE OF aoeoooeceoooooeo L DAVIDSON Office over Police Conrt room Prompt attention to business AttorneyAt Jawi WiaHerndon Ben D Herndon HERNDON HERNDON Attorneys At Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store Ilr I We are now Clearing Out Stock to make room for our immense stook of Fall Goods which will to arrive soon begin Now Is The Time to Secure BARGAINS In upto date Dry Goods Dress Goods in fact everything fur summer wear You know this store has no fake sales but lives strictly up to its motto Honest Goods at Honest Prices Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated i ruft Circuit cuurt begins Monday The Brodhead fair is on this week Only one arrest was made during the colored fair The L N is giving low rates to the Lexington fair this week Doves are scarce and wild Very few hunters have sought them yet The grand jury will go to work Mon day but theres little for them to do Houses for rent were never so scarce Any old hull brings a fabulous price these days A large delegation of Gai rard county people are attending the Lexington fair this week The union services will be held at the Baptist church next Sunday even ing at the usual hour The Union Depot in New York City is being painted with barytese taken from Garrard county farms The bath rooms at the Lancaster laundry are a very great convenient and are being liberally patronized Richmond has placed a license on every class of business in the city to make up the deficit caused by closing saloons W H Traylors license to sell liquor by the quart expired Monday night He can now sell in no less than five gallon lots James Hatcher proprietor of the Danville stage line has had a tele phone installed in his residence for convenience of patrons All orders promptly answered tf Mr Wm II Collier has sold his pro perty at forks of roads on Danville pike to Silas Moss The place an nice residence and twenty four acres of land Price paid 4250 The Clinch Valley Barytese Co con tinues to receive great quantities of barytese several car loads being shipp ed every day Farmers with teams are making a good thing hauling it to town The K C night train was taken to Parks Hill Sunday and owning to a wreck did not get back until Monday about dinner time Passengers for the 5 train were delayed until ten oclock The telegraph operators about 75000 in number are on strike in the United States and Cannada No class of labor receives poorer pay and as an old operator we wish the boys success in every demand Lancaster was as dead as a door nail Sunday Everybody who could get conveyance either went to Dripping Springs or Crab Orchard Only a cor porals guard attended church the weather being too warm The Top Price A load of core fed steers weighing 1500 lbs was sold in the Omaha market last week at 730 This is the first time that price has been reached since 1902 Sale of Town Property- F S Hughes has sold his residence on Richmond street to Malcom House Price 1800 Mr Hughes has recently bought a farm and will move to same in the fall Stanford sterling democrat Mr J R Mount has been chairman of the Garrard County Democratic Committee to serve during 1 07 The appointment was made by the State Central Com mittee Remember Young Man During the ice creamsoda season the young man who quotes to his lady love Drink pretty creature drink stands a better chance of buying a marriage license than the one who says Drink to me only with thine eyes A New Plan A schoolmam has introduced a new feature When one of the girls misses a word the boy who spells it gets per mission to kiss her and as a rule the girls are very poor spellers and the boys are improving wonderfully Republicans Make Nomination At a meeting of the Republican County Committee held Thursday Hon W C Wynn was nominated as can didate for representative Mr Wynn is a very popular and prominent and enjoys the confidence and esteem of all who know him Plenty of Beer The Danville Advocate says that from one to three car loads of beer are shipped to that local option town each week It is shipped from Cincinnati and there is no way to stop it as the Court of Appeals has decided that it is interstate commerce and not affected by local laws What Alfalfa Did Toe Farmers Guide says that a Colorado farmer who grows alfalfa last Spring turned 122 tenweeks old pigs in an eightacre pasture The area was divided into two fields and the pigs changed back and forth as they ate the alfalfa down No grain was fed The pigs were sold in the fall for L100 They were worth 250 when turned on the alfalfa giving 850 returns from the eight acres It is needless to say what this farmer thinks of alfalfa for pig pasture contains a m JournalThat appointed ti gentleman j The Kind That Helps The Record office has just turned out an immense order of job printing for the busting Peoples Banlcat Paint Lick This institution knows that the only way to make good is by do ing good that is by patronizing home industries and spending their money with the people who patronize them Cashier Kemper does not believe in spending money with foreignerson the foolish belief that about a sixteenth of a cent is saved on each job A Success The Lancaster Colored Fair Associa tion has reason to feel proud of the success met with this year While the crowd was not large on the first dav yet the second and third drew a tremendous number of colored people to the grounds The music by Prof Wilsons band was exceptionally fine while the show of stock was far above the average The order was good and all seemed to enjoy themselves and have a big time We congratulate our energetic colored people on their good management Its Different The Harrodsburg Democrat hits the nail on the head in the following A lavvyei charges a man 10 for ten min utes conversation and the man insists on paying it A doctor charges 1 for a prescription and the patient says Oh pshaw is that enough An un dertaker conducts a funeral and 100 and he is just perfectly lovely with every one inside and outside the family a man buys a gold brick and apologizes for not having bitten before An editor walks a mile in the hot sun to get facts of a death wedding or social function spends three hours in writing it up and tells lies and praises people up till he hates himself Then if he makes an insignificant error charges five cent straight for three ex tra papers he is a stingy goodfor nothing cuss who never gets anything right he is most any old thing and ought to be run out of town Talk about the ice man how would you like to run a Service Lancaster people should be and we believe they all are very proud and very thankful for the perfect service they are now getting from the Bastin Telephone Co The company knowing that the exchange was to be moved did little in the wires for a few months before the change as that would have been a dead loss but since the handsome new offices have been fitted up the wires are all new and we are satisfied that no town is given a more satisfactory service Did you know that the rates for telephone service is lower in Lan caster and Garrard county than any where in the state Well weve had occasion to investigate and know this to be a fact In several neighboring towns the people are now up in arms over unreasonable rates Take for instance The county judge has even taken steps to prove that the company there has no franchise in an effort to get reasonable rates The people of Lancaster have a good thing in the present system and they should be very thankful The Laundry In Operation The Lancaster Steam Laundry Herndon Brothers proprietors began business Monday morning sever al annoying delays in getting the here A thorough test was given the machinery Saturday and everything proved perfectly The work done is of the very highest order and the patrons are more than delighted As stated in previous issues of The Record this of inestimable value to the people as washerwomen have become very scarce and the question of washing is almost as serious as that of cooks Now all this work is called for and de livered into the homes of our people the work is of the very highest grade and best of all it is done at a much smaller cost than under the old This is an enterprsse which merits the patronage of our people and we believe they will the promoters by giving the new institution all the work to be done If you have not inspected the plant drop in any time and Messrs Herndon will take great pleasure in the workings of the plant Fight Won In a published interview President Lebus of the Burley Tobacco Branch of tho A S of E says The American Society of Equity has won the fight against the American Tobacco Com pany and every day that passes now Is a winning day for us We have 10000000 worth of the 1907 burley crop and at least 16000000 of the 190G The trust people cannot get a pound of this tobacco until they tome to us and give us our price Mr Lebrs was asked what would happen if the company undertook to cultivate tobac co themselves It takes time and money to raise tobacco he replied and the Kentucky tobacco is the pro duct wanted He added that there was no law to force a man to raise to bacco and that the Kentucky growers did not have to plant unless they want ed to Mr Lebus is enthusiastic over the organization and says that while Kentucky growers are making a fight against a combination of capitalists composed of the American Tobacco Company friendly corporations and Wall Street they cannot lose for the reason that they have the tobacco charges newspaperSplendid telephone improving Danville after machinery satisfactory enterprise- is H every manner certainly encourage Judge Saufley Refuses Gov Beckham last week asked Judge M C Saullev of Stanford to try the case against Caleb Powers which is to be tried for the third time at Georgetown but after considering the matter J udge Saufley declined There has been so much talk about this case and intimations that Powers has never been given a square deal that the pub tic regrets that Judge Saufley declined to try it for all who are acquainted with the able Lincoln lawyer know that Powers would have been given a square deal in every sense of the term if tried before Judge Saufley The people want this case settled one way or the other and should Powers be tried before a judge like the Stanford man the result would be accepted by all with perfect satisfaction Hes a rockribbed Democrat but when his seat upon the bench laid aside PAINT LICK f Mr John Terry is sick this week Mrs Hunt mother of Todd is very sick Mr Joe Wyley who has been sick for two months is improving fast Miss Ferguson of Mt Yernon is visiting the families of Mr W F and J T Champ Miss Cretia Vaught who has been visiting Mrs M E Austin has returned to Somerset Miss Jennie Totten who has been visiting her sister Mrs Clyde Pullins has gone to Nicholasville to visit her sister Mrs Jim Dunn Eld J M Rash of Winchester will begin a series of meetings at the Paint Lick Christian church Satuday night the 24th Eld J N Macaeill also of Winchester will preach the dedication mop the first Sunday in September Everybody invited to attend BOURNE Wm Duncan bought a horse of Dunn price 16000- J T Turner sold a nice bunch of hops to S N Morford at ojcts Webb Raney of McCreary has been spending several days with Lilbern and Toton Ray Mrs T N Aldridge and son are spend ing several weeks with Mrs J H Dur ham at Bryantsville Mrs J H Turner and little daughter have returned from a pleasant visit with relatives in Lebanon Mrs J E Sherrow and family spent the Sunday with Mr and Mrs Elisha Forbes atMcCreary Mr Milt Carpenter wife and little son spent the latter part of last week with relatives in Jessamine Mr Joel Marsee and wife and Mrs Nancy Marsee left last week for an ex tended visit to relatives in Miudles boroMrs Amanda Guliion and daughters Edna and Laura of Junction City were recent visitors of Mr Job Marsee and family MT HEBRON Chas Duncan bought of Walter Fain a horse price 150 G W Thompson bought of J 1 125 sheep at 550 per head Mr and Mrs G W Thompson left last week for a months stay with Virginia Mrs H Montgomery spent the latter part of last week with her mother Mrs M A Sanders Mr and Mrs Alex Dean attended the burial of Mrs Nannie Hunter in Jes samine last Thursday Quite a number from here have been attending the series of meetings which have been in progress at Scotts Fork Miss Margaret OHerrieg who is teaching at Locust Grove visited home folks in upper Garrard from Friday until Sunday J M Vanderpool of this vicinity has bought a grocery in Lexington and is now residing there the family will join him in the near future The protracted meeting at this place conducted by W D Moore of Lawrence burg closed Aug 3rd Much interest was manifested there being twenty one additions to the church MABK8BDKY Mr Solon Herring of Louisville was a visitor of his uncle T I Herring Mrs Guinn and Miss Forrest Denton of Paint Lick visited Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Saturday Messrs Fleece Herring Tom Ches nut and Floyd Herring attended ser vices at Hubble Sunday evening Miss Mary Chesnut was in Boyle county a visitor of Miss May me Un derwoodMessrs Robt and B G Fox went to Carlisle Monday where they will spend several days buying mules Misses Mary Evans and Tommie Sanders of Nicholasville and Ethel Dunn of Lancaster were the guests of Miss Annie Perkins Sunday Mrs Margaret Sutton and daughter Miss Sue spent Friday with Mrs Am BourneMaster Neal Greening of Lexington has returned home after a visit to rel atives in this vicinity Mr and Mrs N P Cobb and son Rob ert left Monday for Lexington where they will spend the week attending the and visiting relatives politics- is MrsJlm see I Hamilton relatives- in fair taking Charlie f i He Must Know The country editor must and does upon his friends to help make his paper interesting Show some in terest in your local paper give all the information you can to the publisher Marriages births death or any little item may interest someone Such items are often absent simply because you dont let the editor know of them Did you ever think what a steady let ter a newspaper is Week after week it goes on telling of the little things that happen In your neighborhood If you undertook to write half as much as the paper tells you you would give up in despair The letters would grow shorter and further apart and finally cease People should recognize this and take pleasure in giving the editor items he would otherwise miss A Card To the Citizens of Lancaster Ky We are candidates for Mayor and city councilmen respectively for the city of Lancaster Ky for the term We guarantee good order and a strict enforcement of the law We favor better streets and a more economical administration of the affairs of the city We earnestly solicit the support of all voters and we promise to do our full duty if This Aug 14 1907 II T Logan W B Burton J R Mount Banks Hudson Alex Walker Jas W Smith James T Hill A Card To The People of Lancaster I deeply the requests made of me to again be a candidate for member of the City Council However as I have made arrangements to be away from home for some little time and the press of other business matters will make it impossible for me to make the race or serve on the board I this but it is absolutely for me to accept Thanking you very much I am Yours very truly C D Powell T J HOOD depend I financial elected regret Wr I ensuing appreciate Impossible lx DENTIST M Office at residence Danville st fif rI M K Denny aatttttttttttttittttrtttttttt r tt DENTIST Office over Herndons jewelry store STATE FAIR CATALOGUE READY Handsomely Illustrated Book Tells of Premiums Amusements En terprises Music etc The regular edition of the Kentucky State Fair catalogue printed in three colors and handsomely illustrated came from the press this week and thousands of copies are being mailed daily from the headquarters of the Fair at Louisville The preliminary list for the State Fair was issued a month ago It covered eighty odd pages The regular catalogue has 152 pages The classifications in all are complete together with the speed program and an announce ment of the big amusement enterprises of the Fair There are also eight fine half tone views of the new grounds and buildings recently purchased by the State Board of Agriculture as a permanent location for the State Fair One page is devoted to a description of the balloon race during the Fair with three views of the balloons in the air The captive balloon is shown in in a large half tone There is a page cut of Captain Knabenshue in the carrying airship which is to make daily flights and exhibitions at the State Fair Sept 1621 This is to be Captain Knabenshues only appear ance in Kentucky or Southern Indiana His passengercarryingairship will on ly make six appearances in America this year Sectional views of the air ship are printed for the first time in the State Fair catalogue The pages are given to points of interest in and around Louisville while there is some valuable information on the railroad depot and ticket offices together with the steamboat lines One of the most attractive views in the book is an at tractive zinc etching of the eruption of Vesusvius which is to be shown nightly during the State Fair week together with Pains famous fireworks Katiello and his allstar band from the Land of Music which is to give three concerts daily during the State Fair occupies two pages in halt tone An entry blank accompanies each cat alogue also a souvenir post card in colors which the recipient is asked to mail to some friend Anyone desiring a catalogue will be sent one by applying to the Secretary R E Hughes at Louisville Magazines I am taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your or der Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store W E Moss took first second and third on Barred Plymouth chickens at the Lancaster Fair He also tells us he has four hundred bushels of hill onicns for sale that he raised on one acre Price 8LOO per bushel I J I departments passenger seven Now is the time to have your an Mower Reuaired 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 equidpetl 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 constantly adding tools and material for your ben efit See our RUBBER TiRES Nothing lasts like them 6onn Bro s Birders sLyone and Iam in the market for Wheat and HEw at the highest CASH market price I have a good grade of Block Coal for Threshing purpose and a better grade for the cook stoves and grates Fanners 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 iine please remember him ROBINSON BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 1st I WILL CLOSE OUT my entire stock of Spring and Summer MILLINERYat ed to wall and get something New and Fresh in the Millinery line Mrs Rlexander Walker E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick IKCOBPOKAIKD fWM 1 appreciated i I I J Ci I I 1 I We offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment I conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 850000 M COY K L ARNOLD BURROWS JB WOODS WOODS J B IIE L W C FIST II DII POR 0OUYN J Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance A Policy as Good as Gold is the only kind that is issued at J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency I FREEH By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Phone No 31 Residence No 7lce CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster at Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Ky Second C1ass Lancaster Ky August 16 1907 The trained nurse is becoming an important personage in fiction as well as in real life sometimes figuring as a good angel sometime well it de pends upon the point of view A nurse is a leading character in each of two stories now running serially in the magazines One undertakes to save the life of an invalid brotherinlaw imperiled by the neglect of a foolish wife the other calmly morphine not prescribed by the doc tor to a suffering and slowly dying friend for the purpose of hastening her departure and putting her out of her misery You take your choice President Eaton of the Presbyterian college of Deer Lodge Mont has brought up a new question of morality Disappointed in getting donations for his college he took tips from some friends in Wall street and cleaned up 100000 for the cause But is not this money tainted Will it do for representatives of religious educational institutions to resort to stock gambling to get the funds necessary for the prosecution of their work When asked by a female interviewer to name the qualities that go to the making of the ideal husband Mr Harriman railway magnate answered capacity manag ing ability to provideand sympathy He seems to cover the ground but if must be content with less than the ideal she will manage to get along without sympathy if thebusiness capacity is there The Indiana movement for a special fee from lovers who use the telephone lines will meet general approval On party lines It has become an insuffer able nuisance If they ever said any thing worth saying it would be but to keep a dozen people hang ing to receivers in hopes of useful information and give ttem only sweet nothings is an imposition that calls for redress A year or so ago an Oklahoma worn an stumbled over her husbands feet as he was kneeling in prayer in their darkenened room and broke her neck The other night the husband fell in his chair off a veranda and broke his neck It couldnt be of course that the shade cf his wife about succumbed to temptation and got even byupsetting him That was rapid action on the part of of the Elkhart Ind widow who an offer of marriage from the suave and sympathetic undertaker on the way home from her husbands funeral but it is hustling that has made In diana the great state it is and why should not the spirit of enterprise af fect widows and undertakers Chicago is developing a Solomon A woman was arrested for hitting her husband with a hammer and the judge settled the case to the satisfaction of all concerned by having the husband give her 100 and a ticket rack to her mama Even the husband thinks it a good hit An Ohio man lonesome in the ab sence of his mother inlaw has resort ed to an action in habeas corpus to bring her back to his home averring that she is restrained against her will from returning Now what do you think of that New Zealand has made women ell gible as members of its upper legis lative house and the world will walt with interest to see what new reforms they will propose in that land of inno There is some consolation in know ing that the hardworking managers of the Jamestown exposition have had their salaries even if the bills are not paid Whether the pure food law is con situtional or not the doctors all agree that impure food is severely against the constitution I r admisters I I manliness busyness a woman different backward lingering accepted vatlon I J Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Bucklens Ar nica Salve is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore wound or piles Ive used it and know what Im talking about Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 25c 1m THE AIR IN THE SOIL Important Part It Plays in Making Plant Food Available There Is a soil atmosphere as cer tainly as there is an atmosphere above the surface of the soil This is not generally understood It is imagined that no air penetrates the soil be cause a person could be smothered in the soil It is not that there is no air in the soil that a person smothers but because that air is not in sufficient to supply the lungs with the large amount of oxygen every minute The soil of the earth is full of air as certainly as the waters of the ocean are full of air which is breathed by the living things in the sea by of appliances es pecially adapted to that purpose The insects and worms deep in the ground breathe air and live by so doing Everything is full of air down to the solid rock It is this soil atmosphere that supplies nitrogen to the minute plants on the roots of other plants that it may be made over into a kind of nitrogen that the plants can feed upon The amount of air in the soil is surprising in its quantity says the Farmers Review It is not small as might be supposed but very large Onehalf of a cubic foot of soil is air space The soil particles in a foot of earth of average texture have a of over three acres We see then how it is that the soil warms up quickly if it is well drained The air in the soil readily transmits the heat rays That air should be in the soil Is very necessary and its presence should be encouraged by draining the soil so as to keep out water The presence of water in the soil is the greatest detriment to the presence of air as the amount of air in water is very small compared with the propor tion of air in the soil in which the only water is the film water surround ing the soil particles Most plants that are useful on the farm cannot grow with as little air as they can get out of water but there are some that can Such however are the marsh grasses and forms of vegetation that we call semiaquatic Even the aquatic grasses use air but only in small quantities which they are prepared to draw from the water We under stand but little as yet about the use of air plants and what plants require more and what less air or what plants are adapted to get their air from the water and what from the land We merely say that this plant or that plant is injured by the wet If a man is devoting his farm to the growing of plants that need much air in their feeding operations he must see to it that the soil is so free from water that the roots of the plants can find free air and can take their water only in the form of the film that the soil particles This con sideration should lead to much more perfect drainage than we now have on most farms If the drainage is only fair the water will remain about the roots of the growing plants for days and during that time the growth of the plants will be at a standstill Too much water will therefore sometimes extend the growing season of the corn plant till it is caught by the frost the plant has lost time and had to stand still for days in its develop meat burn or toacase of motion means I surface surrounds required because Mrs dear I married Reggie because he is so unlike other men Miss I thought he must be when I heard that he had married youx Cincinnati snaairae Regular As the Sun is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun 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 ImpletonYes CuttingYes is the most regular performance in l the For Rent For the year 1908 One two story ten room house on Danville street in the town of Lancaster just half block from public square Suitable for and is now used as a boarding house to J M Grand Lancaster 8 1C 1m Public Sale OnTHURSDAY AUG 29 1907 at 1 oclock at my place on Lexing ton pike 5 miles west of Lancaster I will sell the following property 100 acres of unimproved land all In grass 2 milk cows 3 heifers 53 good stock ewes 2 brood mares with mules at side and both with foal 3 year old harness mare 8 year old bay mare gentle for ladies to drive one pair work mules farming implements of all kinds one surrey buggy and harness Term made known on day of sale T I Herring Marksbury Ky Farm For Rent This farm is situated on theBuckeye pike one and one half miles from Lan caster and contains 241 acres of pro ductive land it is well watered and well fenced The buildings consist of one eight room dwelling one tenant house one stock barn one tobacco barn and all necessary out buildings one hundred acres of the land is in grass forty acres in clover to be used as a meadow and the balance for corn wheat and tobacco For further apply to J B Jennings with the Joseph Mercantile Co Lancaster Ky Fine Farm For Sale In Garrard County A fine blue grass farm for sale situat ed on new pike near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster 200 acres well located in good neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with a handsome new two story sevenroom residence there on recently completed with all out buildings and good new barn 40x60 Well watered six never failing springs and creek running through TERMS i cash in hand balance one and two years from day of sale paidPersons please write E M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point Leavell or W 0 WalK er Stanford Ky Isabelle P E M and W O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf Poor House Farm For Rent We the undersigned as a committee of the Fiscal Court of Garrard coun ty will on Tuesday August 20 1907 rent the Poor House Farm near Hyattsville composed of about 180 acres to the highest and best bidder said bids to be sealed and delivered to either Squires J H Dunn Bryantsville Ky J P Bourne Lancaster Ky or W S Walker Point Leavell Ky on or before 1230 oclock Aug 20 1907 same rented on the following terms viz 1st The lessee to receive and keep and care for furnish board and fuel to all paupers sent and ordered to the Poor House by the County Judge the County furnishing clothing and attention free of all expense to the County to have about 30 acres to be cultivated in corn 3rd The lessee to have about 50 acres to be cultivated in wheat 4th The remainder of the farm to be kept in grass The Court reserves the seeding priv ilege of said farm for fall seeding in 1908 The right to reject any and all bids is reserved by the Court Any further information may be from J P Bourne Committee W S Walker J 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 Superin tendent The Colored Teachers of Boyle Mer cer 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 Coun ty Superintendent The per capita for the present school year is 340 Henry Reliable Barber I 2t containing Thelessee ascertained undersignedJ Go to DuncanThe fOld Apply information Medical R E McRoisEUTS Prest J W Cashr 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 re quirement of the public of a banking nature Equiped with Tie Latest Prtf Vailt aid Safe officered and counseled by a directorate whose integrity and busi 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 DIRECTORS H K Herndon H T Logan Banks Hudson J B Sanders J R Haselden R L Elkin V A Lear I M Dunn W L Lawson T J Price R L Burton L K Perkins W R Cook E L Woods W G Gooch J C Hemphill H V Bastin T C Rankin R I Burton Frfcbies Drug Store are headquarters for everything in the PAINT LINE Window Glass Paris Green Varnishes- A full and complete line of Drugs and Your patronage solicited Frisbies Drug Store Lancaster Greenhouse JU IIi J C Vice Prest I BunToN Brr lar nessexperience particularly I Ii We I I II I I Sundries j I I 3 JIlIII I 4J Er ton Euiitsns i- R Leilr e r 4 ooooesSS oo4 SPRING BULBS Caladiums Tube Hoses BEDDING PLANTS- A little of every thing Come and see CUT FLOWERSF- or all occasions I can save you money VEGETABLE PLANTS- All Kinds Now Ready John ChristniianProp Phone I 57 1 3 i I I I I I j rllIlI rln j J J WALKKK President Prest J S Jousoti Vice i ORGANIZED 1883 The OTZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL M SC1PLCS IM 2 B F HUDSON Cashier W O Asat Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S JOIINSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Jno A Sanders 5 J j r 1 Rio l READY FOR BUSINESSThe Lancaster Steam Laundry is now complete and running full time Being equipped with the VERY LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY We can turn out better work than you can get elsewhere and in less time and at lower prices We invite you to call and see the best equipped Laundry in Central Kentucky HOT AND COLD BATHS AT ALL HOURS PROMPT SERVICE SE IR i r ON PROS props I1 Copyright 1907 by- i Hart Schafi1er E5 Marx d Maybe Youve Got ALL THE CLOTHES YOU WANT for the present wouldnt buy more now no matter what we say too hot or too busy or too poor or several other reasons for not We dont care youre going to buy clothes sometime and we want you to know that our store is the place in which to spend your money Its where you get Hart Schaffner Marx clothes we couldnt give you a better reason for coming here ffi1 minW JilfBf miIJE f3rn1mr T f buyingclothes White Elephant STORE W L DOUGLAS SHOES The Best on Earth SMITH HERRING We haiR SHOES for f TAY a uair of i BYBBYBODY- H J I r a Personal Mention Mrs John Ballard continues very lll Miss Flora Zeigler has returned CincinnatiRev Faulconer and family in Yarlington visiting Little Marjorie Ballou has returned to her home in Stanford Miss Marianne Collins of Richmond is visiting Miss Angie Kinnaird Miss Mary Davis is visiting friends in Lexington and attending the fair Miss Allie Arnold is visiting her cousin Mrs Joe Rinehart of London Miss Elizabeth Anderson entertain ed a few friends last Saturday evening Mrs Charles Boening of Cincinnati is visiting her brother Mr J eyMrs Wilson of Lula Miss is visit ing Mrs Louisa Arnold Danville ave nue Miss Henrietta Arnold of LulaMiss is visiting her sister Mrs William WardMiss Rella Arnold is spending the with friends in Lexington and Niche lasvilieMr Bastin and wife and Miss Sue Anna Lear are taking m the Lex ington fair Miss Irene Romans left Tuesday a visit to Indianapolis St Louis other points Mr F B Marksbury attended Lexington fair and Is now in Chicago for a few days Louisville and Mrs Elkin left last week to attend a house party in Lancaster Miss Clara Merisch of Hamilton Ohio is expected this week to visit Miss Bruce Pumphrey Mrs G R Pope Alma Carr and little daughter Lydia Carr of are guests of Mrs J A Beazley Mr FP Frisbie who has been in poor health for some time left Wednesday morning for a months stay on the lakes Misses Clara Collier Katie King and Messrs T K Watson and Wallace Gover of Crab Orchard were visitors here TuesdayMr Mrs J R Jeffords of Clear Water Fla who have been guests of Mr and Mrs J E Stormes left Monday for their home Dr and Mrs J M Staughton left Tuesday for their home in Middle town Ohio after a months visit to Mrs H A B Marksbury Cards have been received by Lancas ter friends annonncing the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs McCormack at Hendersonville 2T C The following young ladies left urday for a trip to Niagra Falls and other popular Northern summer resorts Misses Joan Mount Sallie Elkin Janie Doty of this city and Sallie Taylor Woods of Stanford They will remain ten days or two weeksMr Haselden who is on the firm was athome Sunday Joe is making good with his employers and meeting with the great success he so richly deserves He left Monday morning via Richmond a route he invariably takes for some cause or other Business Itemsx New line of Post Cards fFrisbies f tf For the best grades of coal call otf S J Turner Crepe Paper in allshades at Erfsbies Drag Store H 16 tf Hot and cold baths at all hours at Lancaster Steam Laundry to are W Sween for and the TimesMr Lee Mrs Danville fatTo- ronto Joe S road for aCincinnat Drug Store 2t 8161m Our Soda Water Is Friable Dr S e r dellclo Hon L L Walker London this week on business Miss Peyton of Lexington has been a recent visitor here Miss Lillie Leavell of Bryantsville was a visitor here Tuesday Miss Margueritta Smith of Rich mond is spending a few days here Mrs Fannie Bryant of Bryantsville is visiting her neice Mrs John Ballard Mr Dexter Ballou and children have been visiting A Arnold and family Mr E P Brown is taking his vacation and is at Brodhead attending the fair Misses Louise Kauffman and Mary Arnold are at Dripping Springs for ten daysT G Arnold of Orlando Fla was the guest of Mrs J S Johnson last weekMrs B A Dawes of Louisville was with Mrs Lucy Sutton Saturday and SundayMr McRoberts of Covington has joined his wife here for a visit to relativesMrs W Sweeney and daughter have been spending a week at Drip ping Springs Misses Bertha and Bettie Walker Burnside are spending the week in Crab Orchard Miss Angie Kinnaird has returned from a visit to Misses Marianne and Lucile Collins of Richmond Miss Mary Herring of Somerset is the attractive little guest of her cous in Miss Nannie B Herring Messrs Lewis Herndon Virgil Kin naird and Herbert Kinnaird were visi tors at Dripping Springs Sunday Mr J Roe Young of New Orleans has joined his wife here for a visit to the family of Mr William Anderson Mr Sam Harris who has been the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris returned to Louisville Satur day A handsome picture of JR Haselden son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Haselden appeared in Saturdays Louisville TimesMisses Ruby and Pearl Soper have re turned to their home In Lexington after a very pleasant visit their uncle Mr J B Soper Mrs Mattie Hopper Buckner and two pretty daughters Elizabeth and Annie Byrne who have been here for a months stay returned to Dan vllle Master Joseph Ballou gave a pretty party Saturday afternoon His many little friends were present and the afternoon was one of great merriment Master Ballou proved an ideal host Miss Lena Bright entertained the past week in honor of her niece Miss Georgia Barnes Doty of Lexington Elegant refreshments were served and the evening one of great pleasure to the guests The Kansas City Journal tells of the appointment of a committee to enter tain Secretary Wm Taft upon that gentlemans visit to the 27 The name of Mr Archibald Good loe Lackey an old Lancaster boy is in the list Mr Lackey has been promi nently identified with political in the West for some years and stands high with his party Call on S D Turner and get barrel of the best grade of salt for Buy your Toilet Articles Drug Store 817tf Get the best is the Kokomo WJ Romans New and of stationary at Frisbies Drugstore tf We have agents atall country stores Take your laundry to the store where you trade and have laundered 8 16 Lancaster Steam Laundry wasin V I yesterday city on Aug matters atFrisbIes fencet t compl a 7 ne No better rake made than McCor mick Mount Elkin See W J Romans if you want the best mower or hay rake at a bargain Large stock of mens and boys just received Haselden Bros Buy your Paris Green frtf Frisbies Drug Store tf Cheapest and Best Hay Baler on the market Mount Elkin Something new in Hay Balers price will surprise you Elkin Deering mowers and hay rakes at W J Romans 2t Ring 181 and see how soon for Groceries will be delivered 5 31 tf Do you want a Hay Baler The does the work quick 20 to 25 Bales per hour Mount Have you seen the twin cream and sherbert freezers freezes both at the same time Haselden Bros We have the nicest and cleanest bath rooms to be found Lancaster Steam Laundry See our new line of Elgin and Walt ham watches Selling cheap tf Morrow and McRoberts No need to take your laundry away from home We can do it nicer than any other laundry 8 16 Lancaster Steam Laundry To School Teachers School reports approved form for sale at THE CENTRAL RECORD office Price SOcts per 100 tf We are agents for the famous Schraffts candies the best on the market2t Gill Walker Simpson We want you to call and inspect our laundry We will take pleasure in showing you through 8 16 Lancaster Steam Laundry For Sale 2 aged Southdown bucks and 20 Southdown lambs Also 3 Jersey bulls yearlings past Jeff T Dunn Bryantsville tf Mr S D Turner has bought out the Jones coal vard on Depot street and will handle the best grades of coal at lowest prices ring up 140 and give him trial order Please Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing me to please settle at once eith er in cash or by note J A Jonestf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at 611 tf C A Arnold S G C For Sale 10 nice Red Berkshire Boars at 1000 per head until Sept 1st 4t J BurnsidePoint Ky Fine Jersey Bull I will stand my fine Jersey Bull a yearling t my home 6 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike at one Dollar Money due when service ren dered J W Hill 712 6t McCreary Ky Your School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 1906 will save cost by at once E W Harris Treas 8 16tf G E Hawkins who has had such wonderful success taking measures for L E Hays Co Cincinnati Tailors will be with us Aug 22 23 24th with their full line of Woolens for Fall and Winter wear and we will if you will call and see while here Hemphill West 2t Notice To Teachers The last examination of White teachers for the year will be held Aug 16 and 17 1907 The Colored teachers examinations will be held Aug 23 and 24 1907 The examinations for appointments will be held on August 17 1907 Hawkins who travels for L E Hays Co Cincinnatis leading Tailors has made more perfect fitting garments than any man who travels this section Have your measure tak en by him while here Aug 22 23 and 24th and be will insure you a perfect fit without alteration- 2t Hemphill West oo1 I Mount International 8161m I appreciate- it hi saddles order once paying bY Hart Schafl1er Ef Mar Copyright 1907 I A Full and Complete Line of B CHINA Just Received Tliit is the finest Iiandpainted china in the United States i Morrow ti I f1l I Q1 Is sD m m 0 PictardsHandPainted- m o m M MGROboIts B I 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 I I I I The Kind You Have Always Bought and tvliicli has been la use for over 30 years has borne the signature of anti has been made nmlcr his per Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgocd are but Experiments that trifle and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend Tb J supervision since its infancy with Paregoric i P 9 onal S GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of kI The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TU CtNTaU COMPANY TT MURRay STREtT NEW YORK CITY Bears the THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 JL B DEXXV President J E STORMES Yice Prest S C DEXKY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny K WILL BoxesSafety fur Rent We Solicit Your ButouI I THE Whitaker Automatic Gate Patented August 22 19O5 NATHANIEL WHITAKER- of Richmond 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 halt 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 BY Read 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 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 bave ever seen Would not do without mine for double the cost of it Yours truly J B Woods Paint Lick Ky I have 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 bas no trouble in using thIs gate Very respectfully S D Cochran Buckeye Ky I was the first in this county to purchase one of these gates 1 am well pleased with it and would not do without it one year or the cost of the gate I advise every one that needs a good gate to buy one they are all right T O Hill Sold by Forest Calico Bro McCreary Ky who are sole owners for the right of Garrard Couuty Farm rights for sale Manufactured by the RICHMOND GATE COMPANY Richmond Kentucky County sod State for sale Respectfully rIch J TOO MUCH POETRY WITH MENU Wicked Played by Merry Dam on Their Kind Hosts At one of the hotels Tire two young men continually looking for a good time says the Mexican Herald At the same hotel are two young ladies school teachers but who are not liv ing up to the rules lii l down for staid school teachers while they are on their vacation The young men and the school teachers became and the young men tendered an to dinner which was duly ac cepted As both young ladies are passably good looking the young men anticipated an agreeable evening Hardly had the four seated themselves at the dinner table when the young ladies started a discussion of the poets The discussion ranged through the list from ancient to modern times the young ladies doing all the talking while the young men being out of their element supplied an occasional monosyllable to the conversation and all their efforts to turn the conversa tion to other channels proved fruit less One of their friends happening to see the party says that the male members presented a heartbreaking picture of distress A few hours la ter they were discovered at a bar and it took a good many drinks to revive them Since then they have had many inquiries about poetry from sympathetic friends OSTRICHES 800 A PAIR Nevertheless Raising Them Is Not a Get Rich Quick Scheme The ostrich business in the United States is fairly presperous especially in the Salt river valley Arizona where 1iiOO of the 2200 ostriches in the country are owned This is a new line of animal indus try for Americans and there is much to be learned Ye have not thus far produced such fancy birds as have some of the more experienced breed ers in South Africa but the size seems to be increasing and the health of the birds is all that could be desired So far serious ostrich diseases have not troubled the American raiser even the socalled barring of the feathers has not beqn observed Os triches need a hot dry climate such as is found in the southwest The rainy portion of the south is far less desirable although this is sometimes mentioned as suitable for ostrich rais ingAlfalfa pasture is also essential an acre of alfalfa will carry four os triches and which is of far more im portance will keep them in good health Our American ostriches are now worth 800 a pair at four years of age Xo one should imagine that ostrich farming is a get rich quick scheme for the birds are not ready for mating until they become four years Life in America The Wrong Number Patrick lately over was working in the yards of a railroad One day he happened to be in the yard office when the force was out The telephone bell rang vigorously several times and he at last decided it ought to be an swered He walked over to the in strument took down the receiver and put his mouth to the transmitter just as he had seen others do Hmo he called Hello answered the voice at the other end of theline Is this eight sixonefivenine Aw gwan Phwat dye tink Oi box car Harpers Magazine CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I cls acquainted convenient oldCountry am- a Trick invitation Bears the Signature of I 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 eat lug 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 B B Soon all sores neal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 4 1lyr CARD FROM LEADINGDRUGGISTS Liberal Offer to Treat Worst Case of Catarrh To the Editor We have such an unusual offer to make to your readers one that will be of the greatest value to them that we hope you will give this letter prominent location For some time we have had an opportunity to watch the results following the use of Hyomei a for catarrh that cures by breathing medicated air absolutely without any stomach dosing The have been so remarkable that we feel justified in making a public offer to treat the worst case of catarrh with the understanding that if Hyomei does not cure it will cost absolutely nothing People who have spent a great deal of money with catarrh deriving but little benefit have seen almost immediate good results from the use of Hyomei and treatment with this remedy has resulted in a complete and cure The complete Hyomei outfit costs only 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vestpock et a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel Should this not be enough for a cure extra bottles of Hyomel can be obtained for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and we guarantee the treatment will cost nothing unless it cures Very truly yours R E McRoberts Druggist J diseased treatment results specialists continued lasting remember especially advised l Politics in the Pulpit The Rev Nathaniel Howe of Hop kinton who died in 1S37 72 was a Federalist In politics and his political sermons stirred the wrath of his hearers who were mostly Demo crats In the midst of one of these sermons the leader of the opposite party felt aggrieved and called out Why dont you call names Mr Howe I do not wish to be interrupted said the parson solemnly and went onIn a little while the voice came more angrily than before Why dont you call names Mr Howe There is no need of it while con science is doing her work so well was the quiet response A Demonstration Baumer was making a few pur chases at the stores and while being served saw a silver dollar lying on the floor Quivering with excitement and glancing to see that no one was ob serving him he quite accidentally dropped one of his gloves on top of the coin and picked up the glove but not the coin which still remained on the floor Just as he was in the act however an assistant approached and blandly said Good evening sir Will you allow me to show you a bottle of our ic which sticks But Baumer had vanished Endorsed By The Country The most popular remedy in Otsego County and the best friends of my writes Wm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gil bertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an in fallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of the them We always keep a bottle in the house I believe it to be the most valuable scription known for Lung and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never the taker by McRoberts Drug store Price 50c and Trial bottle free 1m aged 7 worst of It disappoint 100 celebrated family Hughes Swinebroad LANCASTER KENTUCKY Farms and City Property Throughout Central Kentucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Kentucky Western Farms and Mississippi Cotton Plantations for sale and exchange We are the original real estate dealers in Garrara County and our ex tensive advertising places us in touch with prospective investors and also us to handle property at a small commission If you really want to make a quick sale of your property see us If you want to buy we have what the purchaser wants We have no excess contracts the owners price is price A word as to Lancaster and Garrard County No more feraila soil nor better class of citizens are found than in Lancaster and Garrard County There are 5 Banks in the County 3 of them in Lancaster school facilities thevery best the best graded School in the State is in Lancaster the best system of waterworks and electric lights headquarters for the Bastin Telephone Co whose lines reach all points also the Bell telephone System of free in tine shape rural free delivery of mail throughout the County Gar rard County stands second to none in the production per acre of all crops wheat oats hay hemp and tobacco The following list comprises only a portion of what we have for sale now and only a portion of what we will have on nand at all times as our listchanges by selling some and securing others enables turn- pIkes ott corn No S Building lots in Lancaster can suit you in location and price 10 The finest summer resort in Kentucky well improved a golden oppor tunity for the right man would be suit able for a sanitarium write us for further particulars Xo 10 7Hi acres in Garrard County Ky near Bryantsville class land in line state of cultivation Well located and well improved Good fencing well watered and cheap at 6500 per acre Xo 21 S31 acres of hemp and tobacco land On pike 2 miles from Lancaster Fine brick residence and other outbuild ings One hundred acres in cultivation balance in grass Can be divided into or S farms 0000 per acre Xo 2LP 212 acres hemp arid tobacco land on pike 2 miles from Lancaster Brick house new barn and other outbuildings This farm can be divided so as to make 2 good farms fronting on pike J6250 per acre 24 250 acres of tine land most of barn and stock scales 2 large tobacco barns fencing good and everlasting wa ter 1 mile from pike on good road This is a money maker 0000 per acre No 26 New 2story frame dwelling barn and all necessary outbuildings good garden vacant lot in rear and one at side all in one piece of property The cheapest property in Lancaster at 250000 No 27 225 acres of unimproved land close to Lancaster fronts on two pikes Can be divided into two or three farms with line building sites on each Will sell all or a portion to suit purchaser Terms easy See us for prices No ui 112 acres of fine land well im proved fencing good well watered 100 acres In cultivation balance in grass 1 mile from pike near school and churches 6500 per acre No 44 92 acres of hemp and tobacco land miles from Lancaster near pike new cottage house of 5 rooms good barn cribs etc well watered and new wire fencing 50 acres in grass balance in cul tivation 6000 per acre No 47 115 or 125 acres of well improved land 500 yards from pike 4 miles from Lancaster good strong land 70 per aero No 48 50 acres of firstclass land right on pike 3 miles from Lancaster plain improvements M acres in cultivation balance in grass 6500 per acre No 49 4S acres of good land on tho pike 4 miles from Lancaster good new cottage house 6T 5 rooms new barn for stock and tobacco cistern at house and at barns all in grass Price 250000 No 51 511 acres 2 miles from One of the best stock farms in Gar rard County 500 acres of matted well improved 6room frame house 2 new barns 2 cisterns stock scales and all outbuildings 1500 rods of new wire fence See us for further particulars Terms easy and price low 6000 per aero No 52 184 acres of land 5 miles from Lancaster near a good pike in high state of cultivation 30 acres in cultivation bal ance in meadow and grass 125 acres of blue grass fine timber improvements A bargain at 6250 per acre No 55 16S acres 2 miles from Lancas ter 86 acres on one side and 82 acres on the other side of pike mile from rail road depot One of the best frame in Garrard County and other im provements in proportion Is certain to sell at 7500 per aero No 59 A nice cottage on good street in Lancaster good garden and lot rents for 10 per month 120000 No 60 One of the best residences in Lancaster modern dwelling water works electric lights and all conveni ences See us for further particulars Price No 61 170 acres of as good land as in Garrard County or any other county Lo cated on pike miles from Lancaster Splendid frame house good barns and all outbuildings tenant house fencing good plenty of stock water in high state of cultivation Lopk at this one quick for the price will make it go 7500 per acre No 62 100 acres of unimproved land 4 miles from Lancaster mile from pike on good road All in grass and well fenced and watered Good for an invest ment or to build on for a per acre No 63 US acres of firstclass land at the price located on the waters of Sugar Creek County 6room frame house 1 stock barn and other plenty of water fencing good land is rolling good stock farm 60 acres in cultivation balance in grass If you are for a low farm here It per acre No 65 130 acres 7 miles 2 mIles from railroad depot right on the pike A brand new splendidly built X o Xo Splendid 3 Lancaster 1 1or- dinary dwellings resI- dence 4 home4000 outbuIld- Ings Is3500 Lancaster r S bluegrass Be Careful Bo careful how you handle flynn mite or any of its compounds when blowing out stumps It is a most dangerous way of getting ril of stumps if you use it a IIi have some one with you who understands the uso of the explosive If a appears to go out wait two before you go to see what is the This precaution may rave you a lot of trouble Farm Journal Both Were Careful Tommy Twaddles What ma What do you mean by using such language You never hear your father talking so- X i you bet I dont sAnd hell never Hear me usin it either if I can help it Cleveland Leader j A Frenchmans Dullness Horace Greeley relates that while on a tour through the south of France he saw a farmer cut the grass with a small hand sickle Why dont you get a scythe he asked Then you could cut twice as much The Frenchman deliberated for a few moments on this new idea Thea he said I dont see how that could he pos sible for I havent got twice as much grass to cut The most eminent medical scientists are unanimouis in the conclusion that the general accepted iimitation of human life is many years belov the possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period that de termines its duration seems to be be tween 50 and CO the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged carelessness then being fatal to longevity helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scienti tic tonic medicine that revitalizes eyery organ of the body Guaranteed by II E McRoberts Druggist 50c 1m I rUSH allay er matter I The Limit of Life attainment Naturesbest C cottage house of S rooms 2 large barnaand other outbuildings water in abundance and good and practically ingrass soil fertile and producingYou cant help but like it 000 per aeroXo 77 acres of strong landordinary good stock bumlarge tobacco barn is 1 miles fromPike but is well worth the lriceWoo perXo C6 ISo acres of tine land in tintshape and splendid improvements of amile from pike on good road 4 mile No bJ sk us about this number for acresof71 Inquire for this number for a in Lancaster Rents for 10 per cent onthe price we can sell it at S13JOOO miles trout Lancaster in one of tire bestsections of the county A modelfarm 10000 per acreNo ju S3 acres 2 miles from PaintLICK mile from pike new 1room cotage house stock barn and 6acre tobaccobarn hemp and tobacco land good or chard well watered and fenced 33 acres in blue balance incultivation 5950 per acreNo 144 acres right on pike 4 milesfrom Lancaster loo acres can be cultivated 40 acres of Dix river bottom house of 4 rooms 10acre tobaccobarn 2 tenant houses some waste land acreNorents for 10 per month Price 100000 coln County Will exchange this for a place and pay the differencePrice 3300 per acre No 81 150 acres of good land 4 milefrom pike 5 miies front brick house of 5 rooms stock and tobacco barncombined 2000 locust posts on theplace so acres in grass balance in cul Ovation Price 5000 per acreXo S2 Ask about 147 acres close to but like it Price 1300000 No S3 If you want to pay 1300000 forone of the best located and best improved farms of a little less than 100 acres withevery foot fertile land ask about XTo 83 1 170 acres near Bryantsvilleivy Sroom frame house and barns 31011 try houses and yards and lots and alloutbuildings and everything convenientgood of fruit well wa acreNoter on pike 7room frame house stock will grow hemp and tobacco is a littlerolling but is priced so it is bound to 53000 per acre 5 rooms 2 stock barns 2 corn cribs andshed other 40 acres in cultivation balance in grass highly pro ductive a good farm Price 5750 per acre lage stores and postoffice etc 18 acresIn corn balance in grasss all can be cultivated 4room frame house stock barnSOxU feet This is a dandy good farm acreNothe price asked is 1 mile off the pike 4room box house 25 acres in grass well acreNothis one Price 9000 per acre 14 acres of land onefourth milefrom pike 4 room frame house and out buildiings in grass20b yards from store and office good stand for another store everlasting water ana well fenced Price 80000 No 98 acres onehalf m ile from good road near store and post office telephone acre tobacco and stock barn 175 barrel corn in crib about onehalf in cultivation balance in grass land rolling not steep 3750 a acre 67 asked acr 7 wateredi LanCasterJ Xo limitsorchardimprovements5 77 frame improved Lancaster inlineNo tobaccocultivationbalance fromthesell Lancaster andtobacco wastelandplendidNo 97 166210 storyframebu j I improvements t a J k j Th 0 iI iJRG E 6 uOljyll l ulGl Lu 1V Tarld 1 U OI It 4 O 33 ill tiLS 1 Th IxniisviK UiSTy Sunday anti Weekly Herald ifoa contest In vimh W in prizes Will be awarded the women Ken tacky awl Indiana The ntm adopted the is the fairest cia celvable and no element of chance or into the plan The is to be along legitimate competitive line woman enters the race will an equal opportunity to a first pr whether sire in Louisville or town of much smaller size The Prizes The prizes offered by The Herald are the most liberal ever given away any newspaper in the South The capital prize of S10000 contest is SlaOO cash This large amount of money wil be to the woman who secures the largest number of votes in the entire contest regardless of district limitations As the contest runs but nine weeks winner of this prize will earn lCGGb week for nine weeks Besides the capital prize there are two other grand prizes consistinjc of two TM model One of these mi chines is i brand new Aerocar purchased direct from the futory for the express purpose of awarding it as a The Heralds contest The other automobile Is a runabout model valued at SCO brand new with every modern improve ment backed by the manufacturers antI the local agent One of these machines will lie awarded to a candidate Iouis vill the otier to a ndTste in Kentucky or Indinna outido of Louisville The candidate who tire Iars st number of votes f tire two automoJiTe winners will be given choice of tIc ma is divided into twentyfive districts Each district will receive three prizes The Hrst in each district will be a free through the Eastern States including visits to New York At lantic City Philadelphia Baltimore Washington Norfolk and the Jamestown Exposition Every cent of the expense cf the tourists from the time thoy leave home untl they return will be borne by The Herald One of these free trips will then be awarded to the candidate in each one of the twentyfive districts who secures the largest mimbor of votes in iier own district Tire number of votes ac coded candidates in one district tins no bering whatsoever upon the number of votes accorded in other districts This cnnalizfs the competi lion anti gives every one who enters tre race an opportunity to win of luec collductd and r s s a in the pet s in in rIo1i1 chine rile contest prze tive Monday tra- wartlhug nave win secure particular The Richmond Business College wishes the names of all young people interested in obtaining a business edu cation 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 opportuni ty and all interested should write Prof Lippard of Richmond at once S24t Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of K41141 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- r Bardstown Ky R4 1144 is guaran teed by your druggist R E McRub erts to cure Cholera Gaps Roup and Limberneck Price 50cts 2so cure no pay Are you willing to try it I3IAZhIYAUSTIN HIGH GRADE COAL Sand and Brick Orders delivered promptly Satisfac tion guaranteed Otlice near depot STATE NORMAI Have you received an appointment to the Fall Term of the State Normal If not see your County Superinten dent at once about it The Institution stands for the teachers and pupils of Kentuckys ru ral schools If you have not seen the new cata log write a postal card request for one todayAddress R N ROARK Prest Richmond Ky tat What You Like Dont Starve or Diet but use 3Iiona and Cure Your Stomach Troubles The average treatment of stomach troubles consists of a rigid diet list which often half starves the patient Of course it would be foolish for any one who knows that some foods are positively harmful and poisonous to continue eating them even while fol lowing the Miona treatment but in ordinary cases of stomach troubles it is not necessary to starve or diet if Miona is faithfully used a tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the cure of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and the organs so that they are able to digest any food that is eaten with out fear of distress If you suffer from loss of appetite belching of gases sour taste in the mouth tongue severe pains in the of the stomach depression of spirits bad dreams lack of energy a stomach cough offensive breath headaches aches loss of strength and weight you can be as sured that these troubles are all due to imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by taking a Mlona tablet before each meal and soon you will gain in weight strength will return and your food will give nourishment so that the rich red blood will carry good health ito every part of the system We have so much confidence In the power of Miona to cure stom Itch troubles and resulting ills that we give a guarantee with every 50 tent box to refund the money unles cures R E McRoberts Druggist furred region hack 4t 0 strengthens 41 S SI s iJ and third MC ot ia muyhv stotrirta a S U1 tril business eoH if CL ship in ih rar i a t inro i iz in ke pii wi h main HOY ta Enter the rae All tfcat is r rfjary to enter n rst t I JK rtJ f M tOJKhrt TStk IB- names or two rfiibv parties reao in the TicteitT Another r y r the racf is by clipping out published tlaiy in H1them o properly and sewbns the Contest Department e Tha H nu Ky Every Woman Every woman w ttisiWe u compete In this contest fa a r peewDte wh resilient of ludiuita or Ketuuctaf a I tb ages of ttfte and in your name at if to comp tf as th race o ly wtn a Ml of August 31 inclusive How to Gat Votes contest by dipping cotipons fi are only valid one w k or by se Fi ic pul ecnptio s f r th daily Sunday a d ve fciv and having1 seek subsertp tInes for in advauo A new y w srhsrr T Hi wvmrs fr votes a ww f rHt I w v res an o r F i tnforrnatten ttemay v 1 a y rrt Uwc aM or writing tie Corf s Department fciwrticulars Enter How It you are r M rm r this contest at ono You win e ltsi prfr or r it in sTi r i r J nrw I f mto mvile If VKI re no fgJW eaa tei rr of y i w iV r h r sister irknc relative or hirt the nw and h fp i r win a prize it wUIl cot you nsthina to nominate a candidates Ad it cnxl nathtns to try for one of the prizes Now Is time to bu y in this sfcnntie contest Yftui such vnTtaMe pri Enter h ra e before swi in your locality gets all the votes yom T ptwlirs on To enter the contest mi y s nd name anT nildrf to the Department of The TI raM T oiifcviTBv Kv and you will receive felt infornrifon upon cvry point of the race by return maLL w in one wit art l wbts nm- iu03 reL that their ot yilne t lithe CoD st ilemhrs rur Jaoue awl L IL the Cu of one live a ftw them Louisville who ilfey Jen- S utl once yell i i ove per nine weekrJur 1 Votes may be secured In The paper count as one awt rnih for till hIt The lIe y t t i w as mats t nevr arother opportuai tO for so The a e awards iho bre titeS ondari a strr4 rsvrs rr fur rtfiirt put ft The vonsts eaer tel eavpsm Ibaa between t r ff8rCthe stee hilly waleh vote pert ix Pi a erie the get may rsve get effort n t18e aye veer oat CURE ThE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings I New Discovery wwKLLTHECOUCH AD S FOR COUGKS OLDS PRICE SLCO- Trfcl Battle I SUe e i f ft MJl KtHrfeWtultUwft NTHED SATI3FACIOS OS MONEY BEFTJKrDED Aerees King Fox 74165 Ve have pnrrhased tl Is rhoronsrh rtd Hull unit il ir u call arrntiuii of Rti the fact that kr i UKllSTEUKD utiI the very thirst tyiw to Inr foniwl Ho fc by Trinity Fox imported front fciuiiti an exceptionally tint animal evm for thw la n his sire Fox fur iai lirit yrfap winner Hi ii un was an fcti uall5 ii year lJ7l i u ls ul ntlfe Another sister our his lam vus stcoml prizu cow over KrislariI in r He will stank ai Ji piT11 at time ftt KiureithtTo u for father iuiuriiiaciu- uJW Swaeney E F Pierce Cures Cclds Prevents FaciucasLa Many people who are neglecting symptoms of kidney trouble hoping it will wear drifting towards Brights its worst forms FOLEYS irregularities strengthen the urinary organs and builds u the wornout tissues of the so they will perform their functions Healthy kid through them Diseased kidneys do not and the poisonous wast matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing FOLEYS KIDNEYCURE at once as it will cure a slight in a few days and prevent a fatal malady It is pleasant t take and benefits the whole systenw How t Ffed Out i You can easily determlna If your if neys are out ot order by setting for 24 hours a bottle of the urine arising If upon examination it is cloudy or or has a brickdual sediment or small particles float aboul in it vour kidneys are and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should to taken at once s Tears MrtaK tTCariWe Cater HT1 About four years jou tmti I hart been entirely cured oC a serve kttM trouble by takirnr teas than two battlesof Kidney Cure It entirely stopped brick dustsediment and pain anti symptoaasof kltee disease disappeared I aim gladito say tkat Ibar Beyer hail a returm of aay of HMM tomadurlsfr the four years that and I am evMeatly cured to stay oared heartily recommend Fol yaKidney Cure t a M wCttrimr from kidney rMadder trwtjttcv R E M Roberts Druggist tee pur Fly J BRIGHTSDISEASE I Disease which is kidney trouble in Qild KIDNEYCURE impuritiesfrom I liver SIde t I1 F I Iwrote had teL n Jersey the tire tug rears COW nyu ur service FOLEYliOEYDTAR kidneys disorder S Bra TSUUSMW sI ago the Tws Itss S 4 MLI a Nuuasa