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THE RECORD HHtfTMMMTH LANCASTER KV FRIDAY J IJLY 24 11108 Wednesday Thursday Friday July 29 30 31 L- LI J ro tl lt IA CENTRAL1 I 1t U The Great LancasterFair j I i d r N U I 4I1f1 1 i Sa IIc1 d xtyxisx YIAIr L I aRr 1 p 1 FJ a Great Roadster and Saddle Stakes Largest Premiums for Colts ever offered Splendid Show of Stock in every Ring i J 1 J r w I 1 a Two Concerts Dally By This Celebrated Band Children Admitted Free on First Day Smittesof Cincinnati will play two specially selected each day jr R L Olkin Sect Amusements for Everybody on Fair Grounds Celebrated BandSpecial trains on L N Railway at half rates J M Farra Prest I p J programs I J t M 1 4 s Ask agentsN dt T ll New Clothing Slaughtered l For 20 Days 950 for suits formely 1 500 and 1600 1450 for suits formely 1800 and 2000 j 749 for suits formely 1000 and 1200 Clothing OneHalf Price k come early While our sizes are notlbrokei Every article in our store cut in this sale I Smith Herring e JulySLAUGHTER SaleI t I 1 t t J Rts l r II a J kSI I it p I r i 1 I b f i w I FrI oHi r- k 4 I 4 1 c M p tt 1 f n lR7 re I VISTA Miss Minnie Johnson la teaching the public school at Llndendale Mr Frank Asklns of Wllmore has been visiting Mr J W Asklns Mr and Mrs Virgil Scott spent Sun day with relatives In Jessamine Miss Fannlc Drown of Cincinnati Is the guest of Mlsa Susie Jennings Mr and Mrs Ed Ballard of Stanford have been guests of Mr and PoorEthel and Josephine Curd are visit Ing their grandmother Mrs Sarah SpoonamoroMiss Poor and Welch Wilds spent last week with Mrs Ed Ballard near Stanford The Misses Asher of Harrodsburg are visiting their aunts Mesdames Pryor and Jennlpgs Katharine Becker Irene Broglo and Benjamin Williams all of Lexington are with relatives hero Mr Dean who has been at the of Mr J B Robinson has returned home at Versailles Tax Notice Taxes under the statute are due the 16th day pf March each year A great many of tho taxpayers of Garrard county heretofore delayed the payment of their taxes until 1 but under revenue law all taxes not paid by Oct 1 become delin quent and are so to tho coutf ty clerk at the cot of also 0 cent fall ui pay your Sheriff of Garrard iDUENA Mrs J J bedside his Nov the r ported per Do t taxes at once and coat and penalties eapecUUllYt- I OA Arnold 2t U tit have aw th taxpayer nave 7 To Advertiser and Correepondente In order that all hands may attend the great Lancaster Fair next week The Record will be printed and placed In the malls next Wednesday morning two days earlier To Insure Insertion we must have matter not later than Monday while copy for ads must be given us on Saturday The editor will be found at the office every day during the week and anyone desiring to set tie for subscription will be received with open arms Special Train Service The L N road will run a specla train to the Lancaster Fair each day The rates are one fare plus 25cts for the round trip minimum round trip lOots Following the schedule SOUTH BOUND Lv Richmond 8 00 A M 800 11 Duncannon 8 14 11 Silver Creek 8 24 Paint Lick 8 33 Lowell Point Lcavcll Hyattsvllle Ar Lancaster 008 Lv Lancaster 010 Gilberts 0 18 Rowland 0 28 Ar Stanford NORTH BOUND Lv Stanford 040 i Rowland 045 11 Gilberts Ar Lancaster 1000 Lv Lancaster 000 PM 6 10 Point Lcavcll Lowell Paint Lick Silver Creek Tl Duncannon 068 700 Ar Richmond 714 On Friday July 31st run to Paris Lv Richmond 722 PM Ford Winchester 815 Paris 840 PM II Ft Estill II 11 8 42 8 M II- II 8 68 II II II- II 0 33 II III0 66 II II 0 15 II 6 28 0 32 0 46 Ft Estill II I 48 If do I nIs u I 1 op cousovorybody coming to Lnncuters LEADING GROCERY for tho best or overything good oat for the Fair Phono20 L DAVIDSON is to We have Many Specialties w1 r MMl 1 New covered Amphi theatre Plenty Seats Abundance of Shade Plenty goodwater Splendid Dinner on the grounds IIf served Like the man with the saw we are Cutting Our Prices In Two on BuggiesSee Us I HASELDEN BROS IJ AEEAZLEr WII UND ERTAKER Art dM 8111 Cavity oat oDaavilIs Bp q roil LINE Or C1SKITS AHb IURUI i IM AlWAYS II W The Danville Steam Laundry turns qujt bosh work to be had Phqre 48 nd t YJt t f HWJWP HP COAL Coal COAL 0 inch nut lOu pot bushol 6Inch block 12c bushel Black Bar or lletl Ash IGo por bushol Above Arc yard prices We charge ic per bushel in excess of the above prices for delivery In if townV Farmers wagons v loaded 1 promptly at prices quoted Sooda Salt anti Billiards Obelisk Flour For sale by BANKS HUDSON OUR AIM Is to give you the We are large extensive dealers in Lumber of all kinds for building material Our mills turn out the finest Mill Work in the state and we are prepared to make estimates on every size of job from the largest to the smallest y Now is the time for you to lay in your winter supply of COAL We will be able to make you Lower Prices on Coal at this time than we can later on See us or call 104 before buying AUSTIN HURT For anything f in the FaintLine go to Ii WJ 1fI vwrn I V line Vi FIeld j J t 0 E S rm 1 0 0 o B X X l l l t fff WJf jffJrflJlff OOOOOOOO tJ t A per r r oCQooooo oo- o J 0- i o- S e p p o Frisbies IDRUGSTORE An Unusual Watch Offer ONLY 600 20year goldfilled case with genuine American movement FULLY GUARANTEED MORROW JVTOOBETO 1 i Jewelers and Opticians New Line Piokard China Just Received Clothing and Shoes In order to dispose of our GREY CLOTHING TAN and BLACK LOW CUTS quickly we wilt offer them now at a great reduction We will sell suits worth ipoo 1309 and 1500 for 550 650 and 750 SHORS worth fo5i 4 5oo 300 350 150 Come early before your size is taken R S BROWN LncftiiVer Kentucky r r r r r r I I I l IfI It f and or I r N NNN 1 I t I i NN NNON 1 r i t M CENTRAL trepan WKKKIV Lewd LANDnAM EdrPubr Leonard N Millar Solicitor Rnltrttt nl I Foti Hfitr In nnMidr AcmiifCMil liars Halttr Member ky Prtti Alsoelatlon Elohth District Publisher League Lnnontlur Ky July 24 1908 The politicians rito milking n mistake In forcing tlio opening of the Campaign nl this tine of the year Tim people are nut ready for ncllvlty In politics The general public Is just now engage ed In the tedious task of gathering up the raveled ends of business and do not want attention taken tram tho work In hand Tho farmers aro too busy with crop cultivation and garner Ing to stop to discuss politics In fact ready for tho campaign save tho politicians And unless all signs aro at fault this class will have really less to do this year than over before In the history of tho country Fore ing aq active campaign on public may result In disaster to tho party that forces tho Issues Two months would be ample time for all tho poll tics tho country can stand Con sequently September would bo plenty early enough to open tho political batteries tho people will bo moro ot less Independent this year and will do very much as they please regard less of the rantlngs at the husktngs A bill has been Introduced In tho Georgia legislature to protect men against the wiles and banishments of women It provides that whenever a man Is lured Into marriage by tho uso of rats pads paints openwork Blockings corsets and peek aboo waists said marriage shall be Illegal and proper grounds for divorce It such a law should be placed on the Kentucky statute books there would bo a regular stampede by fellows who would want to sit on the juries at every term of court consequently would not only serve to protect the bridegrooms from being ensnared by tho fair sex but would also save circuit Judges and sheriffs much time In sccurlngcnough veniremen Now that tho two great parties have nominated their candidates for preI dent and vice president Tuft and Sherman by tho republicans and Bryan and Kern by tho democrats the newspapers aro chock full of pertaining to tho shortcomings of each others platform and a suffering public will have to stand tho prattle until next November Why dent each party set forth Its own good points If It has any Instead of taws In tho other But doubtless it Is less work to find fault with the other fellow than look for good points on their own sldo of the fence The employe who Is ever zealous In guarding the Interests of his employer will always have a job and will quickly make himself o valuable that no busl ness can well afford to dispense with his services This Is a little fact that the follow who Is always looking for a Job would do well to remember The treacherous friend or employe Is not a good person to tie to at any time or place A man up In Toronto was assured by tho attending physician that he must die and advised that ho should make his peace with all things earthly Immediately the candidate for the ser vices of the undertaker sent for his di vorced wife and was remarried to her and got well Ills better half will for ever have the evidence at hand that ho could not live without her Nearly everything comes In canned packages There arecanncd editorials for the busy newspaper man and can ned sermons for the minister and can ned music In fact there are dozens of canned things that do not como un der tho pure food law It Is very much to bo regretted that some of the mis cellaneous things are notsubjcct to the operations of tho law Moro book education Is worth but little to the average individual But It should not be understood that any discredit Is placed on the person of moro books Information gained from the combined wisdom of past ages Is of Inestimable value who have tho native ability to rightly apply what has been learned from books A friendship that Is nothing moro than mere words Is worth nothing to any ono Friendship to be worth the name must bo ready to bind up the wounds of misfortune and minister to those who may have fallen by the wayside Anything short of this Is nothing more than empty pro fesslons Tile press bureaus of each political party will now get busy and furnish readymade editorials tor tho news papers This boiler plato and dried copy Is sent broadcast and Us nothing unusual to see the same edit orials In many papers all worked oft of course as original matter A preacher down In Atlanta has started a the delivery of Ico on Sunday The chanpoa ore that his sermons are such cold propo sltlons that he rightly reasons that all who attend his church will bo to cold that they will not need any Ico for the remainder of tho day There Is a simmer In this summer that makes one hope that there no laud hotter luau this Put speaking i I Itl COlt It Alt end no ono Is anyway matter seek- Ing to those the needsor Is I lean Ayer r V shaped cut and against of tho It IK tInt out of ptnco jo- reinnik Hint this Is mighty good corn tmpcrntuici Nothing like taking philosophically oven the boated spoils It Is n mighty desirable accomplish meat to bo nblo to forgot quickly tho vnmnld Millings of Lila fault tut doubt tins sumo plnco In tho cconmy of the universe and with this Utidorslamlngof the situation Just matter rest It takes sixty doctors lo look alter tho health of tune Mikado With that number wrangling over any possible mnliuly ho should hnvo ample nppor lunlly to recover before dual decision as to tine kind of medlclno to bo ad ministered Tho authoress of How to Keep a Husband Is now suing her husband for divorce She should add another chapter to her book nnd change tho tltlo to How to Keep a Husband If You Want Him It Is doubtful It morality can under any circumstances be legislated Into tho Individual Education Is the and moro lasting way of putting persons beyond tho power of tempta Perhaps absolute good form would frown at the man In his shirt but good will Just wink at tho fellow who bolts good form on hot summer day Tho brutality ot tho majority Is without reason nor It Is ever good poll tics It never hurts anyone to bo fair and honest with tho other thought ono may not agree with him Tho Individual who will persist In discussion of the weather conditions should bo condemned to solitary con finement without the benefit of clergy or mint Jullps After much wrangling and an act of Congress that motto Is back on the gold coin Tho chances are that mighty few people hayo ever missed It Only pollleness restrains the man with indigestion from licking the man who says the world In growing better The man with tile photographic smllo probably thinks ho Is looking pleasant and hopes others notice It The girl who Is able to paddle her own canoe Is amply able to wield the slipper later A girl never looks prettier than when she holds an Iron In ono hand and the dlshv towel in the other When you feel a sure enough fit of the blues coming on go out and bent tho rugs Appetites have a way of remaining despite the dullness of the times Fresh air will most all of our ills but poverty A Faithful Official Mr Joo E Robinson countv attorney for Garrard county has decided after much solicitation by his friends to be come a candidate for re election to this very Important position The Record Is greatly pleased to announce this fact for several In tho first place Mr Robinson is a man of exceptional ability being a lawyer of close study and hard work Ho Is hon est and honorable and has given his very best talents to the discharge of the many duties Incumbent upon the attorney elected by the people to look after their Interests Ho has treated all cases alike playing no favorites and prosecuting every man with the same weather I better sleeves common sense a sharp underlie le- the follow cure reasons t earnestness In the circuit court ho has been of great assistance to the Commonwealths attorney and those familiar with court proccedlngsdurlng his term of office Mr has labored unceasingly In the prosecution of every case In that court Tho law loving people appreciate such work and wo believe will show their gratitude by keeping Mr Robinson In the place he now fills The salary and tees are small and when a man will work so vallcntly for small compensa lion It U proof conclusive that ho Is faithful to his trust and should be ro warded for his vallenoy Ha Cartful Registered mall especially addressed must In the future bo secured by the person to whom It Is addressed and no other You cannot Bond an employ or any member of your family after such a letter or parcel nor can any such receipt at the arouse or the onice A father cannot touch the ills ion or daughter If thus safeguarded nor has the postmaster authority to urn them over There hoe been a laxity About this heretofore that has o ued general complaint know that mall of Rob- Inson A DELIGHTFUl ENTERTAINMENT The Gleaner Hold SonGood Papers Read Interest Ing Cards fteoalvad Hy tho most enjoyable entertain moot given In Lancaster lit many yearn was the open session by tho Gleaners nt Christian church Tuesday evening Tho organization Is composed of ladles living In Lnncns tor who meet every four weeks fur tho discussion of Interesting and bane tlclnl topics history nro rend by different members and tho meetings are of Inestimable value and benefit Tho Hireling Tuesday oven tag was presided over by Mrs Emma Kauffman who filled the oOlco of president with a grace and dignity highly complimented br tho largo audience Tho session was opened with prayer by Mrs Kauffmati after which Mrs Fred 1 Friable tho cm clout secretary read tho minutes of prccccdlng meeting Mrs Juliet Rogers then pleased the audience with two vocal solos her sweet sympathetic voice going straight to tho hearts of the charmed listeners Mr W B West presided at tho pipe organ In a most creditable manner The papers were ot especial Interest to every citizen of Lancaster containing much history and Interesting matter dlllcult to obtain and matter which should bo preserved by every citizen now living hero or who over lived In the good old town of Lancaster The following papers and writers were on the pro gram EarlY History of Lancaster Mrs John M Farra Tile Churches of Lancaster Mrs F P Friable The Schools and Newspapers of Lancaster tetra Jennie West had prepared a most excellent paper on Future ot recent bereavement In the family prevented her appearance A splendid poem by Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts was then read by Mrs Ed 0 Gaines and then came the reading of greetings sent the Club by former Lancaster people Tneso were especially good and Inter eating and wore greatly enjoyed These were read by Mrs George D Robinson Mrs Rogers then delighted tho audience with other selections es pecially suited to tho occasion and the audience was dismissed after spend Ing a most enjoyable evening The Record regrets that lack ofllmo and spaco prevents a more lengthy write up of entertainment and we hope in the near future to reproduce some of tile papers read as tho data and history contained therein li of amble value to people who lovo their home town and they all do and will be read and preserved for future gen orations to see what Lancaster has done in the past The Record extends its most hearty congratulations to tile lovely ladles upon the great success of Club and predicts that Its fu ture will bo as successful as has been the past and that Is saying a great deal for no organization has brougl moro pleasure and we must say tolls members and the public also Good Matting at Herrings The meeting conducted by Rev Mr Shousc at Herrings school house la being well attended and much good has been accomplished Mr Slmuse who Is pastor at tho Fork Church Is a minister of marked ability and Is do ing a great work In the county He Is being assisted at this meeting by Mr Wllletle of Paris a cornellst of great ability Mr Wllletle who by the way Is a man of means spends most of his lime traveling over the county and using his cornet In protracted moet ings hoping In this way to lend a helping hand towards bringing sinners Into the told Ho Is a splendid and Is doing great work Urow Is visiting her sis terMrs John Roberts of Lock No 8 Mr and Mrs Llgo McMillan spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Joe Pol lardMiss flora Loo Wiley was the guest of Miss Gertrude McQuerry last Satur day Mrs Tom Wall and two children vis ited Mrs M A Sanders part of last weekMr and Mrs Mat Folgcr of Somerset visiting their daugnlor Mrs Viola Fay no Mr and Mrs John hicks were the guests of her mother at Paint Lick last week Tho Infant of Mr and Mrs Walter Fayne been very sick the past week 0 S Sanders wife and children Mrs Mary Snyder of Paint Lick last Sunday Mrs George McQuerry spent part of last week with her daughter Mrs Ucss Ray of Buckeye Miss Llnnle Preston spent last Tues day with Misses Lucy andJonnlo Dick erson of Buckeye Miss Pearl Sanders spent last with her grandfather Mr J M Sanders of Loyd Mr George Fayne and wife of Jssa mine spent last Sunday with Mr and Mts William Fayne Mr Earl Grow of Loyd spent last Sunday with his aunt Mrs Matlle Robert of Jessamine attended preach ing at Bethel and was the guest of Miss Nettle Hunter Sunday Mrs Mattle Duncan and Jewel their mother at this plate last Wednesday Mil Mabel Crutchfleld of Nicholas vllle WM the guest parents frow Saturday until Monday Papers nod Mrs J n Klnnalyd a t e Mrs Peachla are little Wednesday NIBS Alice Snyder sited of her pen far the meat profit gentleman N LONE has visited Montgomery Sere Me Your Order arranged to work Jnrrnrd and fur the Knox vlllo Nursery Co I my to save tholr orders for me I W 0 Armstrong Ballard House tf Seed Wheat 30 acres need wheat for Mm U T Wallace 7 10 4t Point Leave Coat Chaap Wo will handle uriidrs coal on track nt our yard on Htrcct Call and tee us Also limn nnd salt H U Nnrihcoll Attention Tobacco Raliara Wo can Insure your tobacco burns as tobacco bar us so can put tobacco In them and not cancel your Old Klnnlard Agency llaselden National flank Phone 31 LllIcn For Rash but ou About axle 2t y We plenty Hell Wilton anti prices Urtll on us fur prices or ring K Cordor near 7 Hint the children will bo admitted dny of the Lancaster tf For Sala 1000 Fence Posts N II Upper bt Lexington Ky flt Tho to Fair will bring ninny people Halo ono fare plui tt YoU should ace Improve Mower best running machine made lo day W J Romans tt Now Is the time to let beo Lancaster Mill 2m t o Oat Coal at It 1lowcsb tree it II3iOSou I I c i on the II III ht4t 11111 our hives I ty Low at Prlee ulna flab 9 y on lint trains Lancaster Into y manta lie r 1 Buggies and Buggy 1 Harness at Greatly Reduced Prices American Fence 4 feet for 29cts for the next days Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Lawn Swings sft Mowers 4100 Soo our stock of Saddles and Brinies for tho Fair J E Mount Co Tile Schools of the county are now opening font forget that 1 c 15 I OO I k t rw bka We aro Headquarters for Everything needed in the I r SCHOOl 1 R E McRoberts DRUGGIST Always CASH The question In buying a watch a piece of jewelry or a present for a friend U not lo much how cheap but how good Wo strive to please our customers In price and the quality of goods wo buy and sell Wo safeguard by handling the product of standard reliable manufacturers We repair your Watch Clock or Jewelry quickly and well and engrave articles bought of us tree Bring us anything you may have at homo to bemarkcd tho cost Is but little Dont wear your glasses longer when your eye com fort demands a change Our method of fitting glasses Is occur ate because we keep In touch with thought the latest development In optometry Our Motto Promptness Accuracy Reliability Hedrick Frisbie Jewelers and Opticians At Frlsbics Drug Store I I JTt f t tpo but u x SchoolBooks wwww e TheOlD HICKon y Is the wagon you want to deliver your wheat Runi Lasts Longer than other wagon i w r ROMANS Lighter any rI i X fa9iM i 1 I aq 1Y rfr A JK J mp t C 1 j x i 1 i J1 0 tr J L L tI t J 4 H I e j l1 1 4 t 1 IAI J 1 i Iir J 0 I t o i j i J J t f 4 i j I J JL i r t j A J Iij 1 1 i i i ij i j I4 i tsr r 1 i j r J Jtii 0 r t 1 J I Co to 10 t J 1 i r i i o l i L u r j f J t I i r r k t L 1 o 14 Liir t I iI ht1 t 1 r oJ Y 1 i f oj i Ie l 1 r- I fc 1 p k 11 r I c W d h I 9 I 9F 1 I t tIr t J It t nt 1f q J V J Ir IT fJ 0 t v r r t b J 7 7 7 t1V L l r J- r4 r f t iiiq ItL f u h i ya I I alb J t Q IyI ItP4i t1 r wr A t o qt- ry tia- rY M i x I a d L b ICT yp r- r t ry 1 N r 1 l1 F I 1 ITq 1r btwyr E 1- l ts f I S 4- S I 1- th t a ti qt a i f Y- f 1titIi ir v r trr- y- l r i pi 5 4 Vy- S kii tly L t 11 y y 1 t 1 flee Onco 1astlng no one wants an oldfash ioned cod liver oil prepara tion or emulsion because Vinol is a much better body builder and strength creator for old and for coughs colds bron chitis etc If it does no good we will return your money McRobortfl Drue Store Commissioners Sale of Land Oarrard Circuit Court Ann M Dotya Exr o- vs J P Doty o Plaintiff Defendant virtue or a judgment or the Oar rard Circuit Court at Its June term 1003 In the above styled action I as Master on MONDAY JULY 27th 100S between the hours or 10 A M nnd 2 P M It being county court day the court house In Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky to the highest and best the fallowing described real property situated In Garrard the old Richmond and road and bounded as rollows Beginning at a largo elm on the cast or said creek corner to Hardlns thence up the creek 15 N 8 poles to the corner or said Hardens thence up the next rork or Back Creek N 70 W 20 poles S 801 W 14 poles to stake In the bank or thence N 00 W 13 1 6 poles to a stake In Blacks old line thence N 2 E 21 poles to a stake In the Richmond and road thence S 851 E 21 poles to a stake corner to land poles to a stake In aforesaid creek thence same E SO ton stake In said creek at the mouth or branch continuing up the creek with the middle and with Its meanders S 27 K 2 poles S 171 E 12 poles S 23 poles S 44 W 31 poles to an elm cor nerto thence continuing up the creek with his line S 171 W poles to the beginning containing 21 acres and 3 roodsTERMS Said sale will be made oh a credit or B and 12 months and the purchaser or purchasers will be to their several purchas cs payable with good security to Master Commissioner ror money bearing six per cent est per annum from date or sale until not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect or a A lien will also be retained upon tIe land sold for the payment or the moneyJ M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult Court B II Tomlinson Atty for Plaintiff This July 10th 1908 Commissioners Sale of Land i GAHUAHD Ciucurr COUKT Susie Preston c PIlls versus Dan Baker c Derts- Byvlrtureof a judgement or the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at Us June term 1008 In the abovestyled action I as Master Commissioner will MONDAY JULY 27 1008 between the hours of 10 a m and It being county court sell at the court bouse door in Lancaster Gar rard county Ky to the and best blader following described two tracts or land situated In Garrard county on the waters or Boone and Dlx river and bounded as follows Beglnlng at a point In the west edge or the county road leading from Fork Church to bones Creek 8 links U 65 E from a cedar tree thence with the West margin of said road U 31 thence leaving the road and with Hun ter Houses line same course In all 2210 sugar tree on the Bouth side or bones Creek about chains from Its mouth and 20 nearly South or a black walnut and young elm pointers and both marked near ground with two backs Instead or three a corner to James Herring heirs now Bourne and supposed corner to T D Chestnut 87 1W 205 chains crossing Boones Creek diagonally to Its north bank thence Dlx River along the East bunk with high water mark N 40 W G 10 chains to a stake S 0 links beyond a elm marked as a pointer and also 44 river tram a hack berry us a corner In the first run made as a do vision lino In this but now changed so as to Include the right or land thence the river N 31 E running parralell with u line the and links cast or 21 chains to a stake In a hold thence S 721 E passing through the middle or a to middle or a well thence 8 65 E passing a cedar tree at 425 chains In challis to the be containing 10611 acres Second tract bounded us follows Situated on the waters or Dlx River In Garrard County Kentucky beginning on Bur doLts In the center or Pollards branch thence with BurdettB Una 8801 E 048 chums to tho center of Burdotls branch thence WIth the branch S 11 W 240 chains to an elm In the branch thence N 67 W beginning and containing 3 roods and 10 poles Said sale U for the purpose or a division or the proceeds the parties or interest action and two tracts will be as a TERMS Bald sale will be made on a credit of 0 und 12 months purchaser will bo required to execute to tho under signed r Commissioner ror pur money bearing riper cent rat per annum from sale until nf Judgment upon which execution may r at A also bo retained upon the land Mid for the payment purchaso W nejr J M ROTHWELL futer Oomr Garrard Circuit Court A II Towllnion AUf for Tiff u 1 L 4 inol wenle I Lancasterdlrt Blacks thence with line or same N 3 E Ollt S 8U 0 purchase paid upon which execution may issue It purchase 11 2 p m Wand chains W a tall n 2 leavln marked sinning lI nes the force and a will I l l Y I Y I e r a in w v B seat Lancaster dirt 1 e cute d I t on- t fink fown smirked k o Chase effect G4 J uq 10190 a s r II see t t EAT WHAT YOU WANT Science lies Now Found the True Way to Cure Indigestion A tow years nRo when n mfftrrr fem In ti the result was n tint meant Mncvnllrn But tlir fiit lo ID In 1ii i indlgoitlon or Mtiinaili ii i tho muscular v nil if itoirmch anti Intestine o tint tiny vr taro for tlio food Is tnlcti n other can tills lie tlrnt1 n veil n I iii ir At i i l strength to the muselen rind till MII juices tn tlmt the rood l iimt cd its nourUlmrnl Hlalnti In the system to build tip clergy Ho not think the tick lieadnclie bad taste In the mouth iwls before the eyes niEs aim the other tyniptcm that tire tho direct result of will of themselves Tho ttotnaeh must be built up and strengthened by Mlonn can strong free from suffering and distress The cuarantco that leading druppixU refund the unless the remedy cures shows their confidence In Sold nnd guaranteed by McUoberla Lancaster Ky July 24 1008 JUST WANTED TO SEE MONEY And the Little Old Lady Had Her Confidence Restored She was a little old lad so llttlo and so old that with considerate friends she would never never havo been allowed alone In the hurried throng on the busy treats She was such nn old little lady that nits had only Just learned that thcro had been- a trouble In the banks nnd sho had made such haste as she could to be sure that her money nil the money she had saved wns safe have you got my money she asked tremulously when sho finally reached tho tellers window How much did you have naked tho toller kindly No ono could help- n being kind to such a little old lady Twentyfive dollars she answered Two tons and a five I didnt wish to take It out she continued but I should feel better If you could just let see IU Bo they showed her carefully two tens and a five Her faded eyes brightened and with a grateful Thank you she left every line of her bent little figure showing happy contentment and confidence for she had seen her money The American In Canada- r The American farmer Is a practical man there Is no cltl zen In the world and moreover ho Is frankly honest When ho finds In Canada a system of Jurisprudence un der which law Is everywhere when he learns that Canada has never soon a lynching that Canadian history tells of no Indian wars he Is very willing to acknowledge that there is little here he would wish to change The fact Is that In his gen eral views and attitude toward life no one Is more like a Canadian than an American The that they are subjected to similar environment and to the same broad sweeping contlnen tal forces readily explains how by merely crossing north or south an Imaginary boundary line Canadian and American alike pass from one cltl to another with far less frlc tlon than an Englishman can be trans planted to either American or Cana dean soil Atlantic Monthly Poetry Won Bandits Heart Prof Ullss Perry tells a story to II lustrate the advantages of literary wisdom A friend he says was trav cling In French mountains when on a lonely road he was stopped by high his life threatened and his valuables demanded Ills literary In stincts were to the fore oven In his extremity and half unconsciously he burst forth with an appropriate coup let quoted from somo obscure French poet Hold cried the leader of the high waymen My comrades this gentle man Is acquainted with the works of friend M He Is then brother The purse was returned courtesies extended and the traveler and three bandits adjourned to an Inn near by and spent a pleasant evening Bos ton Herald Edison to Mark Twain Thomas A Edison paid a very pretty compliment to Mark Twain at a dinner of the Engineers club to Carnegie Using his place card as a memorandum page and writing with lead pencil In the small round letters characteristic of his hand Mr Edison Inscribed a sentiment and handed the card Idly over to his A Martin It read An American loves his family It he has any love left over for some other person ho generally selects Mark Twain Syracuse Herald BEST OF PROOF That Hyomel Will Cure All Forms of Catarrhal Diseases Testimonials could HO printed by the 1 thousands many of our own town that U un absolute euro fur all Iuturrlud trouble but ho bout proof of Its wmsiml curutlvu H WIT law that h with every outfit Money back if nut do all for It U nut a wcrct remedy formula i freely to who wunt to know uxo when iiawrllMi Uk guaranteed tho Puro iooil anti by H riul No I US fly lireatlilim Hyuinel the healing mcdU KKn every nook nud nf tlio nlr whoro the ralarrlial may lurk ami dUlnfecU ami oral of you luvo only lo give It i trial n iiii that If not Guru your liuniuy will H The nmipMo Ilyomel outfit hut lHI iiHtot raw U itilllrlent to guru the dUium It not only u rlentllio treutmeiil hut ono tlwt U let un outfit If you haw any catarrh and guaranteed III MoRoberts I nl Itren r hlll nil or gastric ant ou of to R E The CENTRAL ItEUIID mo tact zenshl way men four lour Andrew neighbor L is t lat Its 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washed or fresh coal put in without tics turbing the filter The stand pipe on inside of filter has drain holes covered with fine wire gauze that makes it It sells for less than any patented filter made and a glance at our filter will sure you it is the best AGENTS WANTED a We want agents in all parts of the country Guttering Spout lug Pumps JJtc furnished by us on applicatioi feet particulars address Ray Walker Filter Buckeye Ky A FEW APPROVALS I liayo made crimination of the Ray Filter which U being manufactured by the Muncoy Fltaputrlck Co of ILoxInulon Ky and con Bldnr It tlio BliuplcHt gall boat tutor w the market J 0 Carrlck M P Presi dent of Hoard of Health I have oxuinlned tliabo natael tUtor and ronsldor It the best I have over soon from u Banltaiy point or view N It M P Health Officer Ulty of Lexington laving examined tlio Ray Walker Filtor manufactured by Muncey Fltxpatrlok lean heartily endorw what 4octgra Carrlck and Him tnona say for U JrortorUrftther M T on JJQUTd Health fOur II I I Lancaster IfiJ is o t Walker r fill Lor I II ie is allowed anti freexing ins r Simmons fly dr Patent 1 Hughes ASwinebroadFrt- rms and City Property Throughout Contra Kentucky Coal and Timber Lands in Eastern Kentucky WtMlurn Karma and MIsalBsfppl Cotton iliiutiitiuiiB fur sale anti oxchnngo- Wu are lliu original ruiil cHtato floater In Uurraril County and our ex cMlt Hilvortislnir UN In touch with pro pccH o liirMtnrit l ifnitbliiii- i ft rilti of your MMiii If you wiint to buy w witntu Wu II Ito mi oxiWH o iiilrauln itiiuinnarN pries li our prlcr A word Unewlor nml liirninl Umiilr Nu morn still our class of round I Inn In lniciHl Oiirninl 6 ItatikM III the County 3 of then IM 1iiiciiMor MIIMI fudllllra rrry the dnchiKil In Slate lulu Lmctnur mid oiccltlo lUhu ror the Haslln Telephone whose reach all also the Hell telephone free turn In rural tree delivery tr mall out County Qsrrsrd COMirtr to nono In the production per corn wnttt oats liar hemp and tobacco The compr lues only a portion or what we have for Mle ROW and only a portion what wa on 4t all times a our llrt chan numo nnd securing others l t properly n shall really want UI snake wliL the Mill are uud I tlllllt Titers pre I h tint tine hell ut wlterworU linen System J acre crops tOIl a r I tit cnnuullssIuii you cltltens best host system Y pikes use stands second r CITY IKOIKIITV- florml splendid residences ImlMlrn loll In I nc ter gee til for pttlkuUii rARM PBOlIHTY The following only few lit tumt sale Ask in tU dl the other No 41 lj milt trots Ln ilrr well Improve land rolllnr Ttry frrllltooo pvr No M I97f ter ionlh lkton mllefroM town d Und and blh cuss lra t rntrm toll level Und Fries No 197 S9tMre olioo4 Und rood Ira prottmtnti land li tettl right on plk to school church lV iO- ONoUl lf neriof nile level land well watered i ltnclM lmro tticnt hemp and Ubwrn haul and U cheap l the v M No liw 0 Ida coin County Kjr wilt Improved doe bat tom Und 1 mile from pike on rood rodMoo oa- So Ill M crtio trr ffttll Und rollluf 4 miles from well notxl lmirott rat nl well cncc1 11000 No Ito M of Uml worth the tnontj right on pike 1 tnllei from town U He Iron school and church laud all In iran U a little farm IWUJper No IM al ai rood land ai U In lanard otintjr with the Y rjr Ut nl Ira pro fmciiti of etery kind high state olrnllltallon right on pike to maikttamlli certain to sell at tile NO 14 2farnifonof 141 acrr and other of 3M acres oulh pU S from Lancaster ask for tether ilrtcrlpllon M1M per acre No 149 187 arm f tytUr on pile I from L ncitf r well Improvnt Ask for prices of hue on hind for 92 f fertile 1100000 close price l at laud to town per there t the arm IIn IInro sill and and are a we acres acre high and goal r acre acre Ills hirer some somewhat watered acre sere goal acre wait acre etc price per acre the miles J J WALKKII President THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY Prcildta- tJE Pml S C DENNY Ctiklir J F Hoblnson Aut Ca- R T Embry Bookkeeper DIKKCTOHS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormes 8 0 Denny J e STORYES Vice L Gill ll rt rt M r U but W- hu 4 Jj y 4 HHMHMHBU WU HJBIKIVH8 IN UWOUH ACCIiKTINO TiltS AUUNCV IN OUR IIOMU TOWN lh U 0 U wIN kind al trouble Itch wrU U r vIlMf OlMM4 w d M 4 ta r MM4 II In 11 IOU Yn5TIOATI tit W A E McRo erts 1T fleas CAW WULLY D Tulle anMHOY sere say Ikea wbetbr Rum abut lure pest rods era eel ewp 1 Y n ti fntthenlntrlptlon M Op r fr terttonvii In Urr rJ Counlf 1 mil from town o MM No isi KOMrtt ol Und l d modi C inp Dick RoblnionM tlou Connif Allot II and totUc Ur Unn Jrllle soil ta cilllitld dandy IW p f rr No IM Wittti of tplfiidld Und nw miles Nn IM m oUnitieri ot It I Und nearly all In gnu on th pU mlUi from Unoitur lli m nu will still nnrone You mast on J vou tt nerd No IM tlli laud mil rroni Imlltt from UuriuUr U lrfrim facts will worth Ih prl t uknti Xo IM lltMrtiorMoo tUii l fiii la Urunl or County well improved watered OffdwtllfrM l well Well lhl on l erl l to ifII M nail It to ppn Ut II per No IM UUff o fln town ftJa No 181 W0 cr towd Bras liaijOO per Mo IM 70 al lllflortl lrlihlon plk well wortk lk mosey Mcaprirre No W r of nl l CM T lo town I all Iron pit l fMM p r Mr No tM lli ol nO nd pro rd ft mil from town plk right road Depot tobacco Und Itil ilM wlllinllaoroae 1000 pr Mr No II of ipUnitUlf und la On itaUt or CDltlrcMoi m Ml lB free Lket r U im r No to 1M IloonlOlth pV4ttleas It f11oo per lof hemp land e Thl one I rot on pike f I town oo ptt aer acres I I located I a I a ffl of U J Iwo IIh t J 01f fOj other well I see per mere all of land near f i J IMII f hemp r In tight Oil pe roetlrIAs rgelrame pMte1la eaneantaree ae11a 41f115 v let I the lolacco saw home and fe a t located the from tobacco ere the r a sad l ro4r acre rtt 1 any well you POt acre land S miles trots i from t- elase over acre r acres good Iif wall al and i 1 aerie lap avid van a male per acre 3 8 JOHMKN Fr tvia fy- r4 y ORGANIZED MSj The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ot LANCA8TBX JTF CAPITAL iiiii Hinn ttM B P HaMOir Cashier W O RtQNir Caahr aD WAUtm Beokk H rr Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Atteatfes DIRECTORS J S Johnson BF Hudson T M Arnold Jno A Sanders I 1 t All J i t J J J Walter t I R 1 J r u SafetyDe aitBoieeGrR rt l Doctored for File Yoars Here is a boy whom D D D Prescription cured quickly of Eczema andal a total cost oo other remedies and many dollars hadfailed t of all3 Read thl letter from a grateful parent I iimuOj4nlUiM Onlbmni 1 ru Irulktultr tlil UUI U wiulrKl pr i rkUoa VCM Out bay wu tio U4 with K Mnw n nd w duo u l dltlrDl doctor for k HIM lln lio uiliiv m rlau dT rtlMd r b n t UK w w r per to hue I liili Ik fktrin r ma Ir II I ta UJ la MJ Uul fWr uiluv flirx U IUM ol p II 1 lw batllourU nil well hen ua la nwl tl lM l Ur lki1114 quick ar rur0Tf nutftrlntf UU krl rmr u Your Irul TL RDd1 Vow a a II too and 0 wlIi rUl Ou aid IIMII 07 III for with Its r pro as drug stun and s C Adam isic f soma a u donna t Eczema Suffirars We SoUCit Your BIII We do not know who were Mr Moores doctors but we do know that a great many of the beat physi kayo overcome their former prejudice v sad wow their patients to simply got DDD the fitore at 1100 a bottle Vw will asrec wi4w M UUlH they could writing out owi iI I that credit is II tlaralcJaaa the liver Il VaWe b tl- I prucrlpUoaa 1 die Nee ter use Itie their a Will convince win this at least influence you n tJ 0 I I gate further Investigation is all we ask Investigation will based on the only of curing the through skin by killing and dislodging ties Eczema germ to you that this pleasAnt external D D Prescript ii rove the B w how were ilmtt k poor uS r r bat 114 004 VAMI tot M Mll4 Wood rtMtdlei fonuMrr uUii olnuuinu o4 bormtm w do noi yea M iiwnd ooaTloctdt k skirealize s 1 weal I sent Unlit roe are hens oflor of L A R U 0 AAMPLHMOTTUl pr i 4 ufflcUnl ai l la a Q SAMPLE liTTLE l FREE 1Ispend a lOre Hall flllltpl alit fous4 II all oUlalt W Ii p Oo I MIl l I Sake awsybeitch and give ludlosnoseof pasee ours Duel N5t stout the free have In relieved and will bq uuri4 the Ike a Mbo double4 st Br 5- wt ale N wlmallll 110 p pylbNO- INU10l1sa1 t w1- hu r l- t Points About People You Know Ij I rz r a Please telephone names of your vis tote to thin i njcc 43- MlM Rika Marksbury hai been visiting Mrs Mrs W 11 Ward Is at Drlpplnj Springs for n ten days visit Miss Annie Wallace has been her aunt MM Anti Robinson MIll Lyda White of Indianapolis boon visiting Mrs W A Ware Mr W 0 Kemper cashier of Peoplef Hank Paint Lick was In town Tucs Misses Alllo and Mary Arnold hue returned from a visit to Crab Orchard relative MM Annie Doty and son James ol Mlllcraburcr are guests of Copt Alex Duty and family Mr Klbcrt Smith wife and children of Jelllco Tenn are guests of Mr and Mrs George Farris Mlsa novo Harris of Danville tug been visiting her sisters Mcsdamcs John awl Sim Anderson Mr and MM George McRoberU of Covlngton Ire guests of her parents Mr and MM Joe Burnslde- MfM Katharine Mattlngly of Louis vlllc will arrive tomorrow to visit the family of Mr Joo Walker of Mississippi Is via Ring his parents Mr and MM Joel Walker Lexington avenue MM Vesta Jordan and sons of Fcrre Haute Ind are visiting her parents Mr and MM J W Pumphrey Misses Margaret and Anncll Tom Union have returned from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Postmaster W T Wcstwai called to Glasgow Sunday by the death of Ida Kid W 0 Darnold MM J II Soper and Miss Emma Soper are visiting friends and relatives In Richmond and Berea this week Mown and Claude O Wherrllt are expected from New Orleans to spend Fair week with home folks A very handsome picture of Miss Mart Davis of tills city appeared In Saturdays Loulsvlllo Courier Journal Mix Fay Louise Robson of Louis spent the past week with Miss Annlo Margaret Elkln Danville avo flue Miss Kathleen Walter will entertain tins evening In honor of her pretty vis tor Mitts Nay Louise Robson of Louts villa Ulsftca Mary McRoberU Sara Dunn and Mary Higgins of Stanford attend ed the reception given by Miss Lctlle Mao McRobcrts Wednesday evening Mrs Dave Sanders and little daugh tor Christine have returned from a pleasant visit to MM Leslie Bradshaw In upper Oarrard Mrs W B Moss has returned from five weeks visit to her mother and other relatives In Mlddlerboro Pine vllle and Wllllsmsburg A postal from Mr II M Ballou from Toledo Ohio says ho and son Joseph are enjoying the cities In that section taking delightful boat and hay Ing a good tlmo generally They will return In a tow days Mrs West and daughter Miss nettle and Mr and Mrs Embry met the remains of Eld W 0 Darnold at Lexington and accompanied them to Plcosurevllle Henry county where the burial took place Monday The ladles form a house party entertained this week by Miss Lettle Mae McRoberU Misses Elizabeth Thatcher of Somer set Lillian Crouch of Clarksvlllo Tonn and Katharine Jones of Lynch burg Va Richmond Register Mr John H Wallace of Louisville with ills wife and daughter visited the hone folks at Paint Lick this week Mr Wallace Is an old 0 U boy of the famous class 13 aunt has made good In the business world tilling an Important placo with the Stewart Dry Goods Co Nlcholasvlllo Journal Mrs Andrew Hcmphlll gavo a six oclock dinner Thursday July I In honorof her uncle and aunt Mr and MM W A Arnold of Lancaster A very elaborate dinner of several courses was served Mrs Hemphllls guests Included only tho Immediate members of her family Danvlllo Advocate Professor Wal tar Hudson who has been teaching for the past two years at Uutte Mon tana was In Danvlllo last night en route to Somerset to visit Mr John Thatcher Mr Hudson Is carried sway with too and return In the late summer to Diego California whore ha ball boon engaged for the coming year to at a lucrative salaryThe editor of Thq Record la deeply grateful for tho kind references at meeting of the Gleaners tu his humble efforts and trusts that ho will be able to merit some of the good things the ladles wore kind enough to say of trim It Is so seldom that a newspaper mans work la favorably commented upon that It certainly goea straight homo with him moro specially when kind words come from notch women Goda greatest and beat gift to mans there sir daui cry i I- TUojvo olt ui a istyles 1 know Your Widow It out ol Ao4 o U your blploi nulglil Youll Wm A ib iu iklil l jr md by It bon tlf I W I I with Jl t has I day I t j t 1 A Elklo k j j r 1 W 0 t I lilt W t I J J 1 t I I W T r J I following t I Lr I West an o I leash I 11111 Merry dur JluUbr 11111 Ilrl I wouIII I if I I I P4P It Cook in L r r CaptT sou in law N 1 i r 4 trips Rob cliarming young will made j a There ail lira dine 14 I cry 1 K Kirty on Tyroir was In ro TiiMdny- Mm Edwin Arnold attended the Grab Orchard Fair Mr H T LOKAII visited Crab Orchard amid attended tho Fair MM Louise KnulTman I lir Huston villa Tlnlllnif relatives Dr M K Denny was a visitor In Crab Orchard the past week Mm W II Ward and Miss Jennie Ward were In Danville slopping Miss Lucy Francis has boon visiting her sister Hallow In Rich mond Miss Abblo Taylor of Washington D 0 Is the guest of her sister Mrs 00 Drown Mrs Jacob Joseph has tcturncd from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Fox Ih Eaton Ohio Misses Jessie and Lucy Doty have visiting their sister Miss Hattie Duty In Richmond Mr W A Farnau of St Louis has his wife for a visit to Mr and Mrs Danks Hudson Miss Elizabeth Anderson has return cd from a six months stay with rela LIves In New Orleans Misses Margaret and Joanno Mount returned Monday evening from a visit to relatives In LaGrange Mrs A II Rice of RMimond Ind Is guest of her mother Mrs II A B Marksbury Danvlllo avenue Master Eugene Tankcrsley of lIam Iton Ohio Is with lilt grandparent Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey Miss Mao Magee has returned homo after a pleasant visit to Mt Vernon Livingston and Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Harry Fox of Peru ddlana ore guests of Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Lexington avenue Miss Amanda Anderson has return cd from a visit to Her sisters Mesdames Harris and Vorls of Indianapolis DrJ MBtaughlon and wife after a visit to Mn II A I Marksbury have returned to their home In Middletown Ohio Burke who Is widely re laced In this scctlou has been qulto 111 of typhoid fever In Richmond but Is better Mrs Alexander Kennedy who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to her homo In LexingtonMiss Grimes loft day to Join Mrs Engle and daughtcrof Cincinnati for a visit to Hcllcnwood Springs Tcnn Shelby vlllc cor Louisville Times Miss Iva Heard entertained Saturday afternoon In honor of her visitor Miss Elmorc of Lancaster Mr John Magee and family visited his mother Mrs Kate Magee at Crab Orchard Sunday and attended the dedication of the Christian church Many of Lancasters young people en Joyed the dances at Crab Orchard Springs last week Saxlon frost furnished the music which was as It always Is the very best to bo had Misses Elizabeth Thatcher of Som erset Lillian Crouch of Clarksvillc Tcnn Katharine Jones of Lynchburg Vu and Lctlle Mao McRoberts the fair dance Saturdays Louisville Times contain cd a pretty picture of Robert Walker sot of Mr and Mrs R 0 Brewer of Chelsea Okla Mrs thrower before her marriage was Miss Allco Walker of this city Mesdames Annie Montgu of Kan las CUy Mo Mattie Shaw of Jetts Station Ky Sue Holtman of Hcttlc Frith of Rrodhcad Ky and Monle Dunn of Danvlllo are guests at a house party being given by their friend Mrs Belle Henderson near Lowell Saturdays Louisville Times a handsome picture of Miss Joanne Mount and says Shots the daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Mount of Lancas tar Ky She Is visiting her sister Mrs 8 L Allen of LaGrange Miss Mount la very prominent In social clr cles In Lancaster and Is considered one of the most beautiful girls In Qarrard county She will return to her home Monday Some homes aro enriched with hospitalities and a genial air of courtesy prevails which Is In every clime as the breath of lowers This can bo truly said of the home of Mr and MM R K McRoberts on Danville avenue Wednesday after noon from live to six oclock Mrs McRoberU received a number of her nurrled lady friends In her usual gra claus and charming manner Delicious refreshments were served and a most enjoyable hour spent Front six to seven oclock Miss Lottlu Mao the handsome and attractive daughter received quite u largo number of young lady friends to moot her charming guests Misses Jones of Clarksvlllo Tenn Crouch of Lynchburg Va and Thatcher of Somerset Miss MoRuborta also entertained quite a number of young gentlemen from nine to eleven oclock In their honor jDuln ty and dellclousUrofrcihmenU were served Miss Houoberls o our most popular young ladles prey ed ft successful hostess In every way and the evening will be long remain I air J duty nt Mrs GeorlCo been Joined the Mr Oaticy and welcomed who is ono brod Saturday Wed net attended r Stanford Lexington contained kindliness 4 Items Local Interestof I I 1 Next Monday Is county court day Clean up your premises and got for tho Hinlltioo Harp Orchestra will for tho two hails next week Use tine sprinkling hose freely endeavor to keep down dust Dont forget to bring tho urchins tho fair Theyll bo admitted free first diy No U struck a cow near Silver Saturday night and was delayed hour or so The Crab Orchard fair was well each day and will pay a dividend to tho stock holders The U will meet at 3 oclock sharp Saturday afternoon All mem hers are requested to be present Aunt Franklo Hlatt an old highly respected colored woman died Tuesday and was burled Wednesday Union services will lo held at the Baptist church Sunday evening Rot J II Williams preaching the sermon Ourfrlends the advertisers claim great deal of space this Issue requl lug a pago supplement Dont fall read it The farmers wlll have their work well In hand next week and a Ire mendous crowd will attend tho Lan caster fair Dont be afraid to in front of your residence especially during tho fair Theres plenty of water In Lake Placid Hughes Swlnebroad sold for W J Romans his cozy cottage on Stanford street possession given first of Janu ary Price was not made public Two excursions ono to Cincinnati and one to Louisville almost Lancaster Sunday Tho faro was only II 75 round trip to either oily Wo have received a statement of tho Bank if Mackvllle and It is a mighty good one loo Mr J M Smith formerly of Bryantsvlllc Is tho bust ling cashier The local Odd Fellows lodge was never In a moro thriving condition nor Is any organization accomplish leg more good The lodge meets every Monday night All stores and other business houses will erne at noon during the Fair Tine city will have police protection In town however so lock up your house and go to the big show If you are going to have visitors next week please ring up 43 or 40 and give us their names Therell be people hero from thin lead mines but wo want all tho names One of the largest crowds ever seen In Danville witnessed the performance by John RoDlusous circus Saturday The doors were opened at noon In to get the people seated lien D Herndon has purchased of J F Robinson a neat collage on Hill street and moved to same Sauiley Hughes ano wife have moved Into Mrs Rogers dwelling vacated by Mr Herndon Please look at tho label on this paper see how YOU stand Tho law In regard to taking papers from tho post ifllce after Limo of subscription Is very strict and Undo Sum stands for no monkey business This Is a mighty good time to lay In coal for next winter Wo are prices will be as high as a cats next fall and winter The dealers will give you the best so lay In your coal now Town people who heretofore waited until afternoon to go to tho fair had go early as a splendid dinner can ie obtained on tho grounds and that at a small price Tho Immense will seat qll comfortably Dr Elliott has rented to Jas House GO acres of the Beazloy farm on pike for next year possession first of January Ono hundred and acres go In hemp and about fifty acres In corn This Includes the rest dance It Is tho rarest thing that an arrest s made In Lancaster which goes to what enforcement of the law about Towns suffering from blind tigers would do well to emulate plan adopted In Lancaster got ifflcers who will do their duly Now The As thin rush Incident to too Crab fair Is over now Is the tlmo to spend a week or so at Crab Orchard yourself In shape and rest up from your labors There Is no moro delightful place while the health Ivlng waters are far famed and Drop a card to Manager J B Willis for descriptive literature Dinner on Ground The Fair directors have a contract a Cincinnati firm of caterers to furnish dinner on tin grounds and his thin will bring a largo tort Its white servants and walters have of good seats and serve a dinner fur thQ soap sum of fifty cents The contract names the bill of and the latter Is a good ono So lont go lugging a great basket of grub the fair but got a good hot dinner in the grounds as tills will be far Wore utlifsotgry I I ready fair ploy and the alJomnlablo to on Creek an attended good W OT and a to depopulated order and your told back prices beet too tent fifty show brings the Time Orchard Springs and MoL Fine with own plenty fare to y sprinkle Lancaster Lex- Ington unsurpassed did Tho olllclal board of tho Methodist church Is requcstcdUo moot In tho Sunday school room Sunday morning at 1030 oclock W B Moss Big preparations are being 0 nclm a nollllcallon of Judge Taft of his noml for on July 28lh Sov oral from Lancaster will attend Dr Klnnalrd tells The Record that It Is very Important forpartlcs living along tine turnpikes to cut tine weeds on pikes adjoining their premises Those arc not only unsightly but spread disease Get the hoc and then got Tho congregation of Presbyterian church Lancaster Is hereby notified and requested to attend a meeting to be held In Iho church Saturday Aug 1 1008 at 3 oclock p m to consider end decide question of great Interest to Pastor and people By order of Session The McUrcary and Cat Holo Bend base ball teams will play the second game of their series on the Lancaster ball grounds Saturday at 3clock p m McCrcary won tho first game by a close score so the defeated team Is making preperatlpns to win this one Dont miss this ono as you will get your moneys worth Exciting Scenes Kennedys Wild West Shows will give a Roman Chariot Race free In tine fair ring alt the Lancaster Fair next week Each chariot will be drawn by four horses ono driven by a lady tho other by a man This will exciting feature ro othef fair ever offered and will be absolutely free Mind Where You Hitch It should bo remembered that there is an ordinance against hitching horses to shade trees and some fellow will lind In the clutches of tho police If the practice Is not stopped There arc many places to tie the old plugs but bo careful not to hitch to trees a tine latter are hard to cultivate and cost money too Ben Bell Tho Lancaster tlrst ball team will cross bats Tuesday July 28 with Be rca Up to tho preeent tho latter club has met detest only once and un locals put up strong game they will adds to their percentage Harper and Wheeler will be the bat tery for the visitors and Anderson and McRoberU for Lancaster Como out and hilp our boys win which they can do with a little cncouragment Big Wild West Show Last night tho Lancaster Fair Association closed a deal with Ken nedys Famous X I T Ranch and Wild West Show to exhibit on the grounds each day of the Fair This show appears In only three towns In Kentucky Lancaster Lexington and Winchester It comes direct from Electric Park Baltimore this park having closed down and management of this show seeking few wecksVtime until Is Is reopened There will bo thirty or forty Indians also cow boys daring lady riders and many other at Iractons which will be mentioned In next Issue of Tho Record Job For Good Man Hon Harvey Helm congressman this district Informs us that he until October next tho appoint nent of a Second Lieutenant In the Marino Corps which appointment 10 desires shall go to some worthy young man of his district Tine post pays 11700 per annum during life good behavior with opportunity promotion It can bo tilled by any young man of good character whoso Is between 21 and 27 years and can stand the mental and physl lal examinations that precede the ap Tim latter Is quite rigid lutanyone whowould undertake them would If successful receive what considered a very desirable position the Navy Department of tho Gov eminent Any worthy young man so desires will be put In communi atlon with the authorities who would arrange for his examination by writ to Mr Helm at Stanford Extremely Sad Death death of Elder W 0 Darnold which occured at Glasgow Sunday evening was a great shock to Lancaster acquaintances Mr Darnold married to Miss Ethel West of Lancaster about two months ago and well acquainted In this city Ills lovely young brldo is a daughter of Postmaster W T West and Is beloved iy all who know Tho wedding which occured at tho brides home In city on April 22 last was u very irllllant affair and was witnessed by many friends of thu popular young couple They left Immediately for Glasgow where Mr Darnold was pastor the Christian church Ho was stricken by typhoid fever about two weeks ago and while some bettor on Saturday took a turn for tho worse night and died at six oclock tho following evening The funeral was conducted at Glasgow Monday tho taking place In that city tho grief stricken young woman 8 extended the deepest sympathy of who know her and many aro the prayers for time Alwlso Being to extend her strength to boar up under the real loss and grief Mr Darnold was but twenty live ago and ro ontlv graduated with high honors from the Lexington Bible College and was one of tho roost nluUtersin the Christian church fro a mado at I for In nation less tho from has US Lion of for ale wino pomtment careto Is In who lug News of the was was this of that Interment To all to years l oxorcistscunaclod win bean her of Ittgd Your Account is Past Due Please Call and Settle At Once Logan Danville Steam Laundry does the very best work Phone 48 Four Rousing Big Days DANVILLEAugust Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday First Regiment Band of Louisville will furnish the Music There will be a Free Wild West attraction on the ground including Indians and daring riders presenting hair rais ing acts The grounds will be alive with free attractions and side shows There Will be a Free Balloon Ascension Every Day There will be a 300 roadster ring a 300 sweepstake i saddle ring and 50 and premiums innumerable Lr l I t It II 11 IH 1 T 11 J Ci t I t HiT v 4 iOikJ i I The 100 fl-d l 4r i I i i t N ii i r r r rAT r r r r i N 5 BIG TROTTING and RUNNING RACES 5on the three last days with aggregate purses of 1 050 Tho races arc exclusive of tho regular catalog of events Ono admission ticket entitles tho holder to all of tho abovo big things 11 Why of course you want your dono upNoatly for tho Fair Uing up 48 anti the superb Danville StoRm Laundry Gos wagon will call for it Laundry m Every persons city whaUiul horn E CB ruff or any forth of skin or scalp dii case can cured by Zen jo a cleaR liquid lor external UM All Vet sale rt Drug Store hf cl hA4 I M a Ion The I Dead is r iI have latest creation be worn by I The FfllR Sox jjj when they attend 8 The Far m yourSM Genuine Bargains Every fit Day the Year Round I Joseph Mercantile Co J Incorporated The recognized I callers 5 Dry Goods Dress Goods 5 Notions Shoes S Etc Etc U SPECIAL We have just received as special ship IB ment of pretty Fans Ribbons Hosiery Patasols and many f other Novelties for the Fair Come and get first RM n- In Ito i I M I se ec lon I I J I I in I I I I M 4 l w t- Wo I I choicer Even ourGrandfathers knew what LINIMENTwill A CONVINCINQ PROOF- of tho worth of a iriodldno is tho cures it can effect RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS STIFF JOINTS BURNS NEURALGIA CONTRACTED MUSCLES AND ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS- V Richmond Mo writes This is years for rheumatism lamo back and satisfaction Avtld all Substitutes Three Sizes 25c 50c 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO BOO50Z North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E McROBERTS C O i 1600 ATLANTIC CITY i Thursday July 30 Good 15 Days OLD POINT COMFORT Wednesday July 15 fc nn1 l GOOD 16 DAYS ON SALE 3420 EVERY DAY nPrMIT ToXKW YORK via WASHINGTONL CJC3 JJALTIMORK and PHILADELPHIA Ticket particulars call on or address O W HAUNEV SUUMEK SEUVJCB D i A Lexington ICy ll Every ono who has usod aUard Snow knows that CURES that I havo usod your Snow LInIment far tong case it has reUer i Be Sllet5i I 2 with returning via NIAORA FALLS of steamer or I61 front Now York to and lJulTalo to Cleveland lurllculars City 0 I Liniment L Bottle n rendered lmmodlato Outing e overs from Bud OCEAN i I Itching Skin Diseases readily cured by Zemo A liquid fer use gives inttant HlWi permanently form f Itching or disease All I Write for ample E W rot Mb at Drug Store I externs cures MH Cq St DJJnAIIDfAR Are sta M toberts 110 swell S1Ius e- r ea v g lh An Excellent Opportunity alTered to one who knows tho art farming Have decided to rent entire farm for the year 1000 This la one or the boat and most productive farms In this part or the state besides being modern and conveniently located on pike and Mrs O T Wallace Point Leavell For further Information call on J W Klmore Lancaster or f very y Write 0 Wallace Wilmington ftO I o ii T Farm and Stock Tim Urali Orchard fair will uiy n llvldcnd llnsycnr I Threshing IK about eomtiloled In Central Kentucky A crnuoorabout halt rt reported Hdii o collie never stet too dd to cm older It bonoath their ill nlty of their years to jump over n fence v Danvlllo court WM exceedingly dull Monday Only n row cattle on tho market and Ihojo had slow sale The Danvlllo Advocate says Thomas MctcnlroKold to Loilftrlllo parties 0 cattle nt JO 40 which weighed 1370 In some parts or tho country the roads are either bad because thoy have been newly worked or because they havn not been worked Bourbon News Clarence Lebus of Harrison county sold to James Well 62 head of line export cattle averaging 1000 pounds at 0 cents per pound Scarcity of labor has caused much trouble ngaln this season It seems that the Importation of foreigners Is tho only solution of this important problem The Stanford Journal says W 0 Walkers handsome two yenrold by Ircston sprained an elbow and could not bo shown at the Crab Orchard fair last week Every farmer should attend tbe county fates as they see good stock all kinds of and get many good pointers from mingling with brother farmers At Versailles on Saturday wheat and corn were selling at same price 85c The yield or wheat Is disappointing about 70 per cent of usual yield Oats arc poor timothy good Fifteen sheep belonging to Solomon L Van Meter of Fayettc wero killed by being poisoned with ParIs green which had been spread on the grass by sonic unknown person who Issupposcd to have had a grudge against Mr Van Meter AU effort Is being made by officials In New York city to find locations for foreign laborers upon farms In the country This Is a good move and should be carried to a successful end as colored help Is almost a thing of the past Down In Shelby county tho onlqn growers have formed an organliatlon The growing of onions In that section has become an important Industry and the Society was formed for purpose of Interchange of Ideas and of obtaining a better and uniform prices for the productThe gardening methods by which an aero of ground Is made to yield 82434 to 2200 per annum by the forcing hot bed process has been steady temperature of 00 degrees C C Clarke of Bourbon county sold forty export steers at six cents per pound sold 0000 bushels of bluo grass seed for August at 76 cents per bushel and 1200 bushels of wheat at 85 tents he also bought two weanling mules for October delivery at 1160 each Mt Sterling Gazette Farmers are beginning to buy feeding cattle In this county and are paying very high prices for them A number ofvsales were mado tho past week at 41 4i 6 6J aid 6 cents something unpredent ed at this season of tho year Feed ers were purchased for October deliv eryAccording to Information received from local officials of the Queen Cresent Railway there has never been such a supply of fruits of various kinds shipped from tho South to Northern and Eastern markets as Is being han died this year The railroad has put on four special fast fruit trains Chattanooga and Cincinnati which will operate during tho fruit seasonThe South produces i of the cotton crop of the world The average annual value of the crop raised In the South ern states Is more than 1700000000 So far as cotton goods are concerned the cotton producing States clothe tho world Our cotton opens to us the market of every nation on Ing to take this koy out or the hands of the speculators and keep It In their own custody The wheat farms of tho Northwest beginning to see the necessity for organltlon Heretofore they have been at the mercy of elevator men and spec ulators Just as the cotton producers of the South had been before the organi zation of the Farmers Union Against the speculators who handle the bulk of these crops tho Isolated and unor ganlzed farmers have no show for a square deal Organization Is not matter of choice Gut a necessity and the sooner effected the better I IN THE HEART OF THE SLUE GRASS Tranylvanl University 1808 continuing Kentucky University Attend Transylvania University A standard Institution with elective courses modern equipment scholarly surroundings good moral Influences Expenses reasonable Students from twentyseven states and seven foreign countries First term begins Septem ber 14th 1008 Write for catalogue today President Transylvania Un yerslty Lexington Ky 7 io3t Children FRET first day of Lancai tor Fair If you desire any magazine I can iavo you on same Mrs Drown I pop I II lII 4 produced deliver t opendoor 1708 U published Intro between practically are a- more I t I Business If n li i tr tors for den thus 4- tono land Millet Heed fur sal If Hitvo your paired Bros 4U IIUMMIIO bath room Iliiiuidiin HUM 43 lot llntnoM collars truce clufns and I pads RCO Hascldcn llros 43tf Fruit jars cans and Jar I must gout once W II 2 lluy tho Mower nnd stake It you want the best W J Romans For Sal Extra good jersey milk cow and heifer calf for sale H Embry We are at tho same old place with tho same of goods and courteous treatment 11 Wo want your produce you want Please call and pay account and snvo further expense Tills YOU If owe us Elkln Our Ice Cream Freezers must re If you expect to need ono get busy W 2t 1 sell all kinds or magazines and will bo glad to got your order your cash with me To Town Tax Payers I The books for the 1003 have been placed In my handsand y m now to the for Salt 1 twoscat carriage p good as new Moth had very little us Mrs W II See Ucazley tc Hascldcn for Insurance on your county trfbacco barns corn cribs real denco c Over CO years without a lawsuit Phone 31 Spaelal Notice We want a good farm of from 100 to 200 acres of Richmond Lick at proper prices Sco us at once tf To Teachers The joint Institute of Garrard and Boyle counties will be held at Junction AuauitSl Tile law requires all teachers to attend or their certificates tr County Superlntendei To Owner of Tho dog tax Is now due Call and settle same at once Tho not compel mo to come to so save trouble dog tax promptly L E Herron Tax 7 3 tf Notice to the Public When corns to town to spend the day call at Sutton a square meal for 25c Wo especially you during tho fair con vlnced that we feed right Tromp attention and quick orders The Beet Barbara Ihave again secured the services of John Duncan ono of the best barbers in tho state and am now to walton tho trado wlth dispatch Call at tho old reliable get a neat haIr cut and shave Henry Duncan Posted The grounds of Lancaster Graded been posted and no one will bo allow ed on without written per mission from comlttee R H Batson J W Elmoro Money to Loan By order of the Garrard Circuit to loan about the sum of 12000 for not less than twelve months with good and sufficient security Anyone deslr ing tills money and can make proper note may communicate with mo M Commissioner 0 C 0 7 10 tf IMPROVEMENTS BEGUN In Earnest In Danville On Tuesday July 28 at 2 P M thirty live beautiful lots with concrete walks and streets roacadcmlzed and rolled In the most modern manner will be sold at puollo ruction without or bybld Ono good lot will be given absolutely tree upon the follow Ing white man and woman attending tho sale and their names with tho clerk free of cost will bo given a ticket entitling them to a chance on the lot The lucky number will be drawn In the the gathered crowd Immediately at tho conclusion of tho sale These lots located on beautiful Alta Avenue one of tho most desirable resident of this rapidly growing town otTer a rare opportunity to tho invest or and homo seeker alike All In Danville has gradually Increased In prlco for the past twenty years and there Is not a vacant house In tho town Yet there hundreds of peo pie seeking homes at high rentals Great care has been exercised In the preparation of these lots for sale In the hope of Interesting class of people In the best part of town Come and bring your friends and It costs you nothing you may bo the lucky one Freo band concerts throughout tho sale Danvlllo U the home of Central University and College twc of time greatest Instl dons of learning In tho state This city has recently been mado time d vision of the Cincinnati Southern In a recent Issue tile Danvlllo Advocate sold The Iota on beautiful high Alta Avenue are thomoatdealrft the whole town For further Information call by tele phone or address D SHENRY Danville Ky ro Fur t lit lIuO Ward the pay you to see means Itautlcss of coat lrs Dollie hirown yourselfthatand tell me cant and spend Ward 2t b tire IJ r tire Apply to Innalrd tt road between and Dogs I does yo paying your l 2t byTrustees conditionsEvery presence- of best Caldwell railway b Item ltsuks lit son and I if ad tin price thats wily Yard dVII tail salvo If L Ilerra5 Lancaster Pain b guardian reserve register- Ing districts property are time register t A from a J0e nt will count FULL A Ug from will count HALF value TOBACCO with valuable tags your from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMferWwkiMM Ivy J T tMHMNty m Coupons from MANS PRIDE SELECT SMOKMQ PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL MiH SIMM lILT IDlE taW YtttfW Strips frtm MISTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following ami MNMy tHitr useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Bottom 50 Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razor SO OinUcnuns Watch 200 Tags French Briar Pipe S9 Tag Leather Pockdtbook 0 Tap Steel Carving 81 200 Tags nest Steel Shears 75 Tsp Ladys PoekttbookMTaca Pocket Knlfe40 TIP Playing Cards Tags 60yd Flahlnj KeslM Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed us for catalog v- mm PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Loins Mtv tar plea value plea Lol f 7 Save 1aIItr Pride Malt I raw Trig i NMk OM Jelly LIlt Tip at mc F a pant I l fans Net I lids tldrulr Iliad i g rig weii w PH tsaIr Tv pedal Tnlyust ANDOWENS Irliri Tags a writer J REPORT OF THE CONDITION or THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business July 15 1908 RESOURCES nd dltcouutt ll 003 09 Overdraft secured end UDwcared III1 01 U B Iiondi o frenrt eireuUtloa Sooco 00 Iloudi irevtl i etc J4 n 00 ariiltnr ndlxture Da from National Pink not K lene Aunt IS08 U Poe from Ilauki and Bankers 818 M Dn from rtxire f nn 1SJ3I u- Chccki and oth nu 5 on ol other National llanki tn 00 Fractional currency nickels ITU LAWFUL UOMKT Ulllltc IN DIRK Tti iiaiwoo notei SIT1 00 llOTO 00 Redemption land urn per cent 01 circulation 1JOQOO TOTAL IJUIMMII LIABILITIES Capital itoek paid In SOooooo 15ooow I 497 M National stank note 00 Da to other National Thou lftn 41 Due to Htato Ilauki and Hanker W IndlTldualdepoillaubJectlocheck l 70tt II TOTAL tni it Bun Of OrflAIKAKD II I II F lUdton Cadiler of the above named bank do solemnly wear that the above late tnent U true to knowl d e billet II Y HuniOM Subscribed and to before tn ITIb Denny Notary Public llll Comer Atteitl J IWALKK T HAENOLD I Director J B JOHXiON REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KVAT RESOURCES IllJm W Overdraft secured and unsecured LIre 1 U H Ilondi la secure circulation 60000 00 Itondi securities etc flfal M Due frLm National Ilauki dotreierro Munti ttuit in Notes of other National flank 6911 u Fractional 8 7 LAWFUL HIIIIIYI IN DANK Specie 7000 00 CW CO Redemption Fund with U 8 Treat nrer clrcuUtlon tJUX 00 Total IWJMI Capital paid tu fund 10000 00 11484 11 Notes Oiil tauiluKi tajuuvu Dun to other National lm 41 w 87 Individual dopoilla lutjecl to check 167141 3d Ueierred 1111 M Total IKWM1 71 lTATKOrKl miCKrCOUKTYOraAIIURDlk I B 0 DaNNY Cahler ol the abort named bank do solemnly ewer itatement It true of inir knowledge aud belief Catliler Subscribed and sworn before we Ibis ITIb dar ol July W W O ItioNtr Notary My Commission expires W Mo CotRiuT Altiitl A 0 ROIIHION JNOK HTOIMII Director A It DENNY Theundcrilgnea Bobby give warn Ing to all persona not to trespass upon our lands fur any purpose whatever as wo will prosecute all offenders to Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W B Ferguson Clay Button Ed Portwood W U Anderson Sweeney D HO Arnold Dave Duddorw Mra F D am W T Worrel John A Sanders R 14 Button R 0 iiolan J No 288e Lon 6000 00 State cub cent Specie Iaul IJ II COUNTY belt lId H C f Commission No1SOJ The Close of Bnsiness July 15 1908 nd discounts I lurnlluren IIxturu 8Ut r VIII 7CM 60 o 7 60000 ro Undivided urosuleu ltoeulOI flue 1081111 Dank sod hanker Tx tb to II V 0 fulleatureM of W J Ollllspiel W W ti Gook red Note paper and Undivided proSt leis ezpnse and KNtrce Y sworn this day July 1901 or visa roan 0 70000 agent flue Y Mossy note LIABILITIES stock atuI taxes National fink wuuuuu llo Feb Pub I POSTED e I SEE i J B Walker Gos S- For WaSh SuitS And Muslin Underwear I All Going At Reduced Prices Tho Handsomest lino of jjj Trunks Suit Cases Traveling Bags Etc over shown in Richmond i J B WftLKER GO iU Jf RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dont miss our great sale of SUMMER MILLINERY We are selling at Less than Cost Cone and see the greatest sale in the history of business Mrs Alexander Walker Under Porch Shades In 4 6 5 and 1 0 feet widths Thoy keep out tho Bun but lot in the Breeze Make a Cool Shady place of your hot sunny porch Mdnumitn prices this week Come in and get one J C ROBINSON i I 1 1 II I II I III i t1 r t our i J aI 1r i f i r r T Flower Lover I have made arrangements with the Green House at to rue with potted Dowers ones plants Call on me or anything nay want In the and I can supply Como and took over my stuck on Aug 10 Telephoned II r Eczema Is Curable ZBMO scUMMto iitHual tile itrtwf dMtteys the that rita Relate yWs M For latest MoRoUrU Drug Store M 1M4MeI genie cwt4H r t Write Ipie W e a sad saws sad taedklaeAu s Raei Med Ce IkLealeMe i rr