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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 23 1905 xvanas ra4 Is the title ot an old famIliar song You had better guard a galnst mlsslnlthe water by having us Pix Your uttering o r make assurance doubly sure by us Install a system ot Water Works J Haselden- rWe are 1 D Co PIANOS Come see what we have In stock and what we can do for you In the way of etc I We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley g CO J ABeazley Undertaker Youll Never Miss the WATER tit Well Runs Dry l having JR agents for a win ORGANS prces 1 r Irterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian cburcb Pbone lit use NARKS STIX CINCINNATI Cost Best Salesman E C BOflUS WmHerndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to bnilneu PARIS I BootsShoesRubbers LeastWear I RL J G CHRIS i t Dentist Office over store Danville at1 Farmers Read This We have been informed that it has been circulated over the county that we are not in the trade for Corn Wheat Rye Oats etc We desire to contradict this report and say to our friends that we are in the market for ALL KINDS OF GRAIN and pay market value for same We also wish to state in this connection that we will be in the market for New Wheat and as heretofore pay the highest market price Please remember also we keep all kind of field seed such as Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Cow Peas Millet and Hungarian seed ft H A P Marksbury fc Son i t Il f t t i L Local Notes Tile K C has the Rowland Branch almost entirely ballasted with which makes a big improve ment 150 round trip to Cnclnnati Sun day Train leaves Lancaster about five am Returning leaves Cincin nati at 8 p m Meeting at Hustonville Eld P M Tinder is holding a splen did revival at Hustonville and is do ing great good for the church This office is heels over head in job printing this week and we trust our readers will pardon lack of news Fact of the matter is there is no news this week Lake Placid is the highwater mark The is delightful and many people drink it instead of that which has been standing in uncleaned cisterns for many years In hot weather be very careful about drinking icewater and other injurious beverages The lemon is the safest and best D D Geiger at the Lancaster Grocery serves pure lemonade and its cold as ice can make Postponed Mr E H Beazley of Stanford the well known promoter of elocutionary contests nas announced that the com ing contest which has been advertised to take place next Friday June 23rd has been postponed until the first week in August First Sunday in July will be our regular Conference day at Baptist church It is desired that all the mem bers be present Conference at 1030 preaching at 11 Will hold services at 3 p m in Mr Am Bournes yard on the New Danville pike Every body in vited As Happy as Larks The happiest and jolliest set of men we ever saw were the old Confederate soldiers who attended the reunion in Louisville last week They are loud in their praise of the hospitable treat ment received from the people of Lou isville and report the reunionas the most successful find enjoyable ever held Saxton Trost Everybody will come to hear the fa mous Saxton Trost Military Band at the Lancaster Fair This is the oldest musical organization in the South and all lovers of music are fa miliar with its fine work They will also play for the ball the young men will give Mr Marksbury Hurt While attending the Confederate reunion at Louisville last week Mr H A B Marksbury met with a very pain ful accident He had witnessed the production Fall of Port Arthur and in descending the steps at one of the temporary stands lost his footing and fell breaking two of his ribs lIe was removed to the home of his daugh ter Mrs A H Rice and remained Monday when he was ableto come home The pain has been very great but be was soon able to get about and is now back at his granary attending to business as usual We will be very much obliged if those of our subscribers who are in arrears will send us a check for the amount Sick or well dead or alive we are called upon for what we owe and we are compelled to come up with the money whether or no We have been unable to work for more than six weeks and been to considerable extra expense so please look at the label on this paper and see how you stand The price of all newspapers is so low that it is customary to pay a year in advance A Good Circus Van Amburg shows which pitch ed their tents in this city last week gave one of the best performances ever given in this city and an im mense crowd was thoroughly satis tied with every detail Although the rain came down in torrents the splendid canvass turned every drop The bareback riding was especially fine while the trapeze and hori zontal bar work was above the aver age The show has more handsome horses than any circus ever brought to this section Had Many Friends Here Many Lancaster people were deeply greieved to learn of the death of Nath Woodcock which occurred at City last Thursday Mr Wood cock was perhaps the bestknown traveling man on the road and his ready wit and endless number of fun ny stories made him a welcome visit ors He had been ill for sometime and came in from a trip to the mountains being forced to bed at Junction City Nath Woodcock has brought sunshine into many a crowd and be will be remembered for many years For Rent 25 or 30 unfurnished rooms for rent cheap Green Briar Springs formation call at the premises or ad dress J Booth Sutton Crab Orchard Ky Wtf screen- Ings to water lt Notice II until Junction everywhere For r ate S Its 0 PASSES TO HIS REWARD Mayor Robert Kinnaird Dies at His Home in This City After Linger ing Illness After a lingering and painful illness Mal Robert Kinnaird passed peace fully away at his home on Stanford street Monday morning at two oclock Several years ago he was attacked by throat trouble which annoyed him very much and finally drifted into tuberculosis of the throat He seldom complained however and not until a few months ago did he give evidence of the trouble He spoke to several of his Intimate friends In regard to hisconditioti but never gave up until weakness and intense suffering pre vented his coming to his olllce Major Kinnaird was born in Lancas ter on the 12th day of January 1818 spending his life in this city When a mere boyJie went to work under his father Squire Wm H Kinnaird in the National Bank of Lancaster He was fond of the business and his steady work soon won for him the place of teller in that insti tution which position he held for more than twenty years Although he handled thousands upon thousands of dollars yet he never made an error of consequence and was always polite and obliging to those who came into the place of business In fact his courteous and gentlemanly everybody rich and poor alike made a legion of warm and faithful friends for the bank He also worked insurance at the same time and this grew to such an extent that in latter years he has been in this business al togetherWhen the law was made creating the otllce of Mayor for towns of Lan casters class he was unanimously elected to that office and has that responsible place ever since He was for improvements and the up building of the town When the City Council voted a tie on granting the franchise for electric lights he quick ly cast the deciding vote although a strong fight was made against the im provement He was the same way in every matter coming before the Our readers will remember what a tight was made against the water works improvement We can say trom personal knowledge that Bob Kinnaird did more hard work to bring about this improvement than any man in the town He made a personal ap peal to almost every voter in the town limits to vote for water Lancaster never had a more liberal citizen He contributed willingly to every worthy cause and would cheer fully give his last penny to any one in need Every one who had the pleasure of his acquaintance called him Bob and when people old and young take the liberty of ad dressing an older man by his first name it is proof conclusive that deep down in their hearts they have a love for that person He was a member of all the local lodges but devoted al most his entire attention to his first He was secretary of Lancaster Lodge 104 for many years and held that responsible office at the time of his death He was a lifelong and consistent member of the Presby terian church and while he made no show of his religion yet we never knew a more conscientious and God fearing man He was one of the few men who put their religion into the every day walks of life by doing unto others as he would have them do unto him and by helping aiding and those in distress sickness or need He had a superlative contempt for a man who would parade in the garb of Christian on Sunday and then turn the cold shoulder to his fellowmen during the business portion of the weekRobert Kinnaird was the son of Wnr Patsy McKee Kinnaird who come from the most prominent fami lies in Kentuckys history His fath er who was cashier of the National Bank for so many years came to when fourteen years of age and in 18G5 organized and opined that in stitution He is survived by wife and three his parents five sisters and three brothers The funeral services were at the residence Tuesday afternoon at four oclock his Dr Donald McDonald officiating at con clusion of which the Knights Templar and Master Masons took of the remains and proceeded to the Lancas ter Cemetery Knight Hen ry G r of Ryan Commandery No 17 conducted the and impressive burial services The grave was completely bidden from view by the p any floral designs responsible treatment- of filled Council loveMasonry assist- Ing Lancaster a SandIt Hand children conducted brother la law Senator Farris Promoted The Frankfort Chair Co for whom Senator GeoT Farris has been on the road for some time has been consoli dated with several other similar con cerns which form about the largest firm in the United States Senator Farris ability as asaleman was recog nized by his retention as traveling representative He will have more territory than heretofore and a better thing all around He is a splendid gentleman and his host of friends are delighted to know of his good fortune Not All Angels Is thesweet girlgraduate of yester day helping her mother in the kitchen today Or is she sitting in the twi light listening for the footsteps of some dude not worth a dollar a dozen and wondering why her father who has wasted his money on her and has a crook in his back from working for her hasnt more style about him pertinently asks an exchange The sweet naturally an angelic creature can make an an gel or an idiot of herself just as she chooses The Wheat Crop Reports from various sections of the county show that there will be an large yield of wheat and that the harvest will be at least ten days earlier than usual says the Win chester Democrat The wheat heads are much longer than for a number of years and the grain is plump and fully developed There is going to be difficulty in some sections to get binders to harvest the crop and many owners of same are asking an increased price per acre over previous years to cut the crop There is con siderable difference of opinion as to what price will be asked or paid and we understand there will be a number of buyers in the field Mrs Ernest Woods Dead After a lingering illness Mrs Ernest Woods of Paint Lick died Tuesday Mrs Woods had been a sufferer for ma ny months and recently made a trip to the West in hope of regaining her health She returned a few weeks ago having derived little or jio benefit by the journey She was beloved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed by her legion of friends The services were conducted by Rev D E Frierson the interment taking place at the Paint Lick Cemetery No Stock or Stocks The tendency of the age is to issue no stock in Lite Insurance Companies for the reason that the interests of the stockholder and the policy holder are sure to conflict and bring about trouble The same is true when the funds of a company are invested in any stocks which fluctuate We have a policy in the New York Life which we prize very highly because that company neither issues stock nor in vests in stocks of any kind It is pure ly mutual and it with Its earnings belongs to the policyholders It is sues an incontestible policy from date of contract and has as good facilities as any company to yield on its It has 400000000 assets and it paid 40000000 on death claims and matured policies In1904 It is very popular with the masses and with financiers Col Caperton Buys Fine Home Richmond Register Blair Park is the name given by Col J W Cap erfon to his new home the Letcher place containing 60 acres with elegant and costly improvments within the city limits on West Main street sold on Thursday July 8 at public sale to the highest bidder This is the name of the ancestral home in the Woods line in Albemarle county Virginia Col Capertons grand mother on his fathers side was Lucy Woods daughter of Capt Archibald Woods who fought with Washington in the Revolution war Blair Park of Albemarle county Va was built in 1737 by whose wife was Lady Elizabeth Camp bell sister of Sir James Campbell and a cousin of the Duke of Argyle Scot land The Rev Dr Foote in his history of the Presbyterian church of Virginia says that Michael Woods settled in Al bemarle county Va in 1734 and pur chased a vast and magnificent tract of land upon which he Quilt a splendid dwelling and called his estate Blair ParkCol Caperton is the fifth generation from Michael Woods and Lady Campbell Mr Clarence E Woods of this city whom people de sire expect will soon be their Mayor is also descended from Michael Woods Blair Park in Virginia is now owned by the MIcajah Woods of the same family Gents gold watch on Stanford pike Return to office and receive ic ward 2t LOST Silver watch Swiss between Methodist church and my residence Liberal reward to finder tf J M Duncan All parties indebted to the estate of Dr H C Herring decd will please call and settle with Fisher Herring administrator at once as the business must bo Aboundup tf I girl graduate considerable sympathyIn investments especially LOST Notice u exceptionally Michael Woods Elizabeth w Our Patrons editor is still unable to yet we have compe tent hands to turn out the very best printing on shortest notice and we guarantee satisfaction We have long and expensive illness and will appreciate any orders given us for work in our line Confederate Veterans Meeting An important meeting of M D Logan Camp will be held at the Masonic Hall court day at 2 oclock p m The Daughters of the Confederacy are re quested to meet with us Comrade C S Young of South Carolina will an address All members and friends Invited to be present Joe II Arnold Comdr OldFashioned Foot Washing An oldfashioned foot washing took place Sunday at Beech Grove church and was witnessed by one of the larg est crowds ever seen there says the Bowling Green News The services were conducted by the Rev Mr Jones of the Baptist church and were solemn and Impressive Men and women were lined up opposite each other on the lawn and the elders girded about the waist with a towel and coats off went from one to another and the women the same washing one foot on each member while hymns of joy were sung by the congregation After the foot washing a big basket dinner was served A member mounted a stump and invited everybody to eat as there was plenty for Kentucky Fair Dates The follownig dates fixed by the fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced Lancaster July 1 3 3 days Crab Orchard days Madisonville August days Danville August days Ilarrodsourg August days Fern Creek August days Shepherdsville August days Lawrenceburg August days Vanceburg August 16 4 days Guthrie August 17 3 days Nicholasville August days Bardstown August SO 4 days Florence August 30 4 days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October days ITo i had- a o different July193 25 23 84 154 144 154 daysSpringfield 293 daysGlasgow daysHenderson I 105 deliver being all Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Great Gleaning Out Spring Stock r I I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO 1 I II of I I 7 NOW ON is All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold Goods Dress Hosiery Etc At Greatly Reduced Prices THE Joseph Mercantile Co I I I I I I I I vI Dry I M I I GoodsParasols I II I I GlovesFans I I I I I ooo OO ooo I Blushing With NEWNESS Our Suits are the Fresh Spring Productsthe best Makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tlemen who have grown weary of winter things Our handsome suits are within easy reach of every purse While they sing the opening stanza of Spring our hobby is to please our customers and we shall do our level best to please you when you come in Readytowear Suits from 750 to 1800 in all the new shades and fabrics Our line Furnishing Goods are by far the largest have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season Mens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Quality high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to suit everybody H T LOGAN 1 II l we Id I I o MtMh1M r wwuw i wMMrv rMw y i TRESPASS I Merchants have their faults and make their mistakes like other people Some of them are poor business men and they conduct poor sleepy unin viting outofdate stores Then there is a rascal among them But take as a whole they as high as any class mechanics farmers or professional men We dont know of a town that has not in different lines of business at least three or four good honest conscien tious hardworking merchants What do they do to merit your patronage They urge you to enjoy the convenience of their stores You are always welcome Of course the city catalogue houses cant do that The home merchants show you the goods before you purchase and willing occasionally average ly make exchanges The catalogue houses dont do that The hone merchants reputation and business stalding in the community are back of every sale they make The catalogue houses feel no such respon sibility Their misdeeds in one com munity do not hurt them in others They would rather lose a customer than lose a dollar The home would rather lose a dollar than lose a customer The home merchants buy your pro duce some times at a loss The houses dont The home merchants give credit when necessary The catalogue hous es insist on spot cash The home merchants live among you contribute to the upbuilding of merchant catalogue Buggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore not I E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK 16ooooo SURPLUS 400000CAPITAl J B WOODS W C FISHI COY R GUYN 31 0 P L FRY R L ARNOLD J8 BURROWS K L WOODS j Commenced Business July We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us 1901 n II Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuahty Insurance I e Our your town your schools and your churches Their interests are your interests The catalogue houses spend their profits elsewhere The very of their business kills the small community and up the large cityThe home merchants can and do meet all legitimate competition You owe it to your towns welfare and your own welfare to give your merchants a chance to prove this statement before denying them your patronage The catalogue houses in their with you ignore all the principles of community Their methods are a trespass on community rights Think it over nature dealings fundamental welfare builds 1 If Yon Are You Want ASGoing To The Fair Of Nice Coo VEHICLEas anyone there Our II I DIRE RBI That SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 5 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky se y r nd CENTRAL R Q0Rfi LOUIS LANDRAM in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Mail Matter Lancaster Ky June 23 1905 HAKKSBDUY Millard Johnson was the guest of Clayton Marsee Mr and Mrs N G Bogie are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son Mrs Sallie Fox and son Robert were the guests of Mr Monte Fox and fam ily of Danville Saturday Miss Miriam Herring of Louisville Is the pleasant guest of Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Miss Maggie Durham and Mr Hun ter Ray of Buckeye were quietly at her home Rev G W Thompson of Mt Hebron performed the wedding Dunn has returned home after a very pleasant visit to Misses Susie and Jennie Higgins of Paint Lick Miss Ethel Dunn of Lancaster has been visiting Mrs Ed Perkins Rev Brisco preached to quite a large audience on last Sunday morning tak ing for his subject King Mrs Mary Rice sold a tract of land containing 40 acres to 1600 Mr Josephsold to MrsPigg a cow for 20 Geo Adlridge bought of Lee Rankin a pair of twoyearold mules for 200 John Simpson bought 3 calves for G A Robinson bought of Mr Pence a lot of lambs at Gc Messrs Tom and Virgil Chesnut bougnt of Fox Logan of Danville 2 horses 135 and 140 respectively Victor Lear bought of C M Jenkins 20 hogs at 450 he also bought of Geo Higginbotham 50 hogs at 4fc Mr and Mrs J W Wood and daugh ter Nancy Mr and Mrs Charles Bur dette and Mrs Sallie Fox and son Rob ert attended Childrens Day at Bry antsville last Sunday evening PREACHERSV1LLE j H Thompson and J K Sutton are serving on the jury at Stanford- J L Anderson and J W Cummins have been in Louisville for a few days Rogers Hutchins sold a horse to Knoxville parties for 115 w D Elmore bought G cattle from W B Ragan at 3 to 3 cts for July delivery J M Cress bought 20 hogs from Gover for 4c and sold same to El more for 435 per hundred Mr Wheat of Elpaso Texas who married Mrs Maggie T Hobbs has been here for several days seeing after some business He is a man of tine appearanceMiss Thompson who has been visiting Mrs Dr Brown of Stan ford has returned home Messrs Willie and Joe Pettus have been visiting home folks for a few days and with a number of friends from here have caught a fine lot in Thompsons pond weighing from 8 to 18 pounds Mrs Mary Lawrence of Springfield and Mrs Allie Livingston of Cedar Creek were visiting Mrs last week A T Lunceford of Garrard visited homefolks here the first of the week Mr Henry Miller and wife spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Lonisa HoltzclawMr Mrs J C Fox were in Orchard on business last week Mance Bennett of Williamsburg has been at home for a few bays BEDNA VISTA Quarterly meeting was held atBrown Chapel Saturday and Sunday In the absence of Rev Hill Rev Robinson of Somerset assisted the pastor Miss Mary brotherHugh visited their brother John and wife at McCreary Friday and Saturday Miss Margaret Hackley of George town College visited Mrs Geo A Lane week and left Monday for Hop kinsville and Mammoth Cave The Prohibition Alliance meet next week instead of this as formerly announced Mrs Robinson of Ver sailles were with friends here last will be held next afternoon for the purpose of or ganizing a Junior Endeavor Society Mr Jas Smith president of a hank in Oklahom is at home on a visit Misses Ada Dickerson and Keinij and Mrs Will Hamilton of and Mrs Lewis Brown of Nich olasville spent Monday with their aunt Mrs James Christopher Mrs John Mays died at home near here Sunday morning of She leaves a husband and five children who have the sympathy of the community Mrs Mays was ready the summons Interment at the family burying ground in Mercer A Bad Scare Some day you will get a bad scare when you feel a pain in your bowels and fear appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache billiousness costive ness etc Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store only 25c Try them 1m e rir laslttali Wcely OQJ r Year Entered at the Port married ceremonyMiss Immanuel Mr Jarvis tor 36 offish Vessle Crab last Mrand J B weekA Saturday Lancaster for 1 I J Office 3c Cu- tis Cum- mins Askins and Cordi her tuberculosis r SI SPf SI jj of the Biggest Bet i Great GrabOrchara g FAIR and RACING 1 E Association 3 g Remember the dates g JULY 19 20 21 3g Big Premiums i Fine Racing g Good Treatment sand A BIG t Write for Catalog E- 5g W D SAVES THE PUPILS TEETH Germany Has Dental Clinics for Schools in Every One of the Larger Cities The dental statistics gathered in many European cities have revealed such an alarming condition of affairs that Ger many at least has decided to adopt combative measures In all large towns dental clinics have been founded con sisting as a rule of specially rooms in one of the central schools Fully qualified dentists are appointed who devote their whole time to their but In Stuttgart the work is done voluntarily by the local dentists That such a movement is necessary can scarcely be doubted when one learns that many thousands of boys and girls ex amined from the ages of eight to 13 only two per cent had a perfectly healthy set of teeth To give an idea of the amount of work done in ayearatDarm stadt schools it is necessary to quote figures of 1903 During the year 1376 children were examined and 1561 teeth were filled while 1871 were ex tracted In Strassburg 2666 children were examined 699 teeth were filled and 2912 were extracted Another interest ing fact is that 40 per cent of all teeth examined were bad The method of work Is simple the teacher takes his class to the dentist who examines each mouth quickly and marks on the card which each child has brought with it whether treatment is necessary If so the child must come again on a Satur day Russia is also Joining in the movement and has already fitted up nine such Institutions in St Petersburg alone while Moscow has also several Compensation- As one by one they snap and break The resolutions that we make Wb heave a heavy sigh But compensation we may find WhEn this one fact Is brought to mini It did no harm to try Chicago Chronicle LIGHT ON DADDYS BEHAVIOR t rc E Wallin Sec lU1U1U1U1U1Ul duties w w rrw The- fT w I E w TIME-r t fltted J r1 J 1 up t Z 1 it sa a Little Boy Mummy dear why cant I stay up till it gets late wouldnt do at all dear Youd wake up so cross In the Little Boy thoughtfully Does daddy go to bed very late mummy Chicago Tribune Also A stitch In time saves nine Us said Another saw might run When two young people would be wet A knot in time makes one Cassells Of Course She Wouldnt saw Mrs Caistor out yester day wearing a sweetly pretty stole and cape gracious What awful things you women do say about one aucther I dont believe for a moment that Mrs Caistor would walk about in stolen Sloper A Gentle Hint Charlie Dingbats to Dolly Seml quaver who is about to make her debut Toll me when you sing and Ill send you some flowers Dolly Please remember at the time that the only flowers I care for are on hats Town Topics Not Fit to Be Seen Buggins See here porter this is so dusty I cant see myself in itHotel Porter who has not been tipped by Buggins Strikes me you ought to be mighty thankful slid o makln a fuss about it TitBits No Secret About It It is no secret that for Outs Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Bolls etc nothing is so effective as Buck ens Arnica Salve It didnt take ong to cure a bad sore I had and it is alt O K for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at McRob erts drug store 1m The Children Favorite For Coughs Croups Whooping Cough etc One Minute Coughs Cure is the This Is it contains no opiate is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by R E McEoberts lm MotherThat morn- Ing SheI HeGood capeAlly mirror childrens favorite because 1 9 a i WANTED I Wheat Corn Oats Rye i Hay Straw Etc i Highest cash price paid for same Sill appreciate a call 4 before you sell Feed and Field Seedof all kinds for sale Custom Grinding Try my meal j and chicken teed j GASOLINE FOR SALE j Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON I Come on and get your Binder Twine Best in Quality Low in PIice Champion Binders Mowers Hay Rakes I J Get our prices and save money Haselden Robinson CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is thing usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store UNOERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You f r I J IIJ14 j Ii VlW A11Wt WV1A WJW4trfNtlttW c III Iii II IIi I II I I I l I I I f lfmi1J8NJrm r o 1 I 0 C01 1 m i 1 Can Get An Underwood I H e MMMMtMtti11 I j i rwaow J o o E3 L DONevery b I 0 D D E3 D t All of the work is It is easy to oper ate rapid and durable It will do any work any other typewriter will do and a great deal of work that cannot be done on others Send for free illustrated catalogue UnderwoodTypewriterCo Forth and Main Streets I 1 fThe 2 X Louisville Ky X visible i First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds Fair In Order to get ready for MID SUMMER GOODS will close out all TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED HATS at COST We have all the Newest Latest Styles and Best Goods for least money Come and see before buying T F Roooooooo OOOO 1 S 1 MRSU UIUIU1U1U1UIUU 41UIUIU1UIU1UIUU lIU1UUm CIAOOC100 nrmnrnrnnvnnvnimnnirm I DEARu i H PeopleI Remember headquarters v 1 we are for A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are In Nicholasville Journal Mesdames W T West and Alex Walker of Lan caster visited Mrs W TPherigo the first of the week Miss Nellie Bourne of Garrard is the guest of Miss Bessie Adcock Misses Miller of Richmond are the guests of Miss Lizzie Hudson Miss Annie Royston of Chicago is visiting her parents Mr James Roys ton and wife Louisville Courier Isabelle Walker of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs John Benedict at her apartment at the WeissingerGaul bertMessrs Waller Hudson and Lewis Gill are at home from Centre College DanvilleMr McRoberts is expected home this week from Des Mcines Ia where he attended college Mrs R A Stone of Somerset has been visiting her daughter Mrs Thorn as Wall Mrs Mildred Beazley has returned from several months visit to her chil dren in Stanford Mesdames M D Hughes and J R Mount have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Louisville Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danville have been visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Jennie Burnside of Bryants yule was with Miss Lizzie Hudson Misses Anna Mary and Gertrude Noel of Danville have been visiting relatives here Miss Fannie Doty is in LaGrange visiting friends Miss Jessie Doty is visiting Miss Katharine Hood of Junction City Mrs II M Ballou and children have been relatives in Stanford Mrs Ophelia Dunn and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Marksbury Misses Pauline and Margaret Hock er of Stanford are visiting their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Mrs Fannie Farra has returned from a visit to Louisville Mrs R E Henry of Eldorado visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Robinson Mrs Eva Garrison and children of Eldorado Ark are visiting relatives I JournalMiss JY I i i Miss ll w Arks i s BINDER TWINE MOUNT ELKIN I J V I OSSi About Mr George Harris of Texas is visi ting his parents Mr E W Harris and wife Mrs C F Denman of Nicholasville is the handsome guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Misses Mollie Smith and Bessie Marksbary are visiting Mrs Richard McGrath and Mrs M F Rout in the countryMrs Barton and little daugh ter of Ford are visiting her parents Mr aud Mrs Walters Miss Margaret Tomlinson is visiting Miss Maine Ballard of Bryantsville Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford is visiting aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Mrs John Anderson is in Lexington visiting her daughter MrsT W Raymond Ilaselden who has been suffering from a sprained backis much improved Mr Jacob Joseph was quite ill first of the week but is better today Mrs J R Ilaselden is recovering from a severe illness J T Williams is visiting in Hobart OklahomaEd has returned from col lege at St Marys Mrs E II Smith of Eldorado Ark Is visiting her parents in this city Miss Bruce Adams of EldoradoArk is visiting Lancaster relatives Danville Advocate Miss Nannie B Gaines of Muskogee Indian arrived last evening for a three weeks visit to Mrs D W Malian Mr W G Kemper cashier of the Peoples Bank Paint Lick was here Monday and paid the editor a most highlyappreciated call Mr and Mrs H A B Marksbury and Mrs A H Rice returned from Louis ville Monday night Dylns of Famine is in its torments like dying of con sumption The rrogress of from the beginning to the very end is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump Lion in the first stage writes Wm Mvers of Cearfoss Md after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last took Dr Kings New Discovery which quickly and perfect ly cured me Prompt relief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Postively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at McRob erts price 50c and a bottle Trial bottle free 1m Lancaster Fair July 13 14 15 here Mr J Territory consumption Drug Store 100 Browning Have you bought that New DRESS Yet If not look through our new line of Lawns OrgandiesSpot Mohairs and other wash fabrics before you buy It will pay you well to do so When you are in look through the Remnant Boxes there is the place to save your money We have some Mens and Boys suits that we are going to sell you CHEAP Come in and see us THE Logan Dry Goods rWig I Ii 0 I t I I 0 01 p Io I COil g l 1I f ti ooooooo ki 1 r I f r Q l k p i A event of extraordinary of speotacular beauty took place at Crab Orchard Springs last night Wednesday June 21 1905 It was the marriage of Miss Jean Yen ning Dick and Mr Wm Moses Monks of Louisville which was solemnized at nine oclock on the broad veranda of the magnificent brick hotel which had been transformed into a bower of beauty the spacious portico being en closed for the occasion with a unigue lattice of daisies and ferns The en tire setting was that of a magnificent church wedding with the added ad vantage of balmy night winds fanning the cheeks of the gathered audience wlthcut the obstruction of walls and window panes as in the case of indoor nuptials The bridal pathway from the main entrance to the remote Southern corner of the front veranda was bespread with snow canvas adown which the bridal procession passed with measured tread to the strains of Lohengrins wedding march by Prof Henry Saxtons Orchestra from Lexington On either side of this promenade the wedding guests were ranged affording all a perfect view of the bridal pageant which moved with faultless precision to the embowered corner where awaited the officiating clergyman Rev Geo C Crates Baptist of Louisville The space reserved for the families of the high contracting parties was designa ted by broad flowing ribbons the floor entirely covered by canvas the walls latticed as before stated with daisies and ferns lending a rich color effect of green and gold The processional arrangement was as follows First appearing from the main entrance Mr Lane Isaacs of Louisville and Mr Donald D Dick of Chicago brother of the bride both attired in counventional black Next followed the MatronofHonor Mrs 11 D Countryman of Rockford 111 sis ter of the bride who walked alone in grace and oeauty costumed in cream crepe de chene trimmed with lace The MaidsofHonor then appeared Miss Vera Kimball and Miss Florence Graham of Rockford Ill school mates of the bride attired in white net over white silk with yellow gir dies Thus as the participants in the pretty pageant passed the eyes of the admiring audience feasted upon the bewitching spectacle A distance of probably twenty feet intervened be tween the attendants as they moved to the slowmeisured music thus prolonging the beautiful panorama so that the effect was of the unfolding of a moving picture each dissolving view being succeeded by another equally as entrancing The groomsmen and Maid ofIIonor having taken up their positions about the minister the beautiful Maidof Honor one of Kentuckys fairest daughters Miss Annie Bronaugh of Crab Orchard moved gracefully for ward unaccompanied wearing a love ly gown of white crepe de chene trim med with silk lace All eyes now turn ed expectantly toward the entrance supposedly to witness the coming of the bride Instead a dainty flower girl Miss Edith Isaacs of Louisville niece of groom came into view bear ing a basket whence the bridal path was strewn with delicate rose petals prcduing a scene of fitting prelude to the entre of the bride whose deliciously beautiful cos tume and snowy veil only enhanced the sweetness and beauty of her fair young face Her costume consisted of white chiffon taffeta tucked and elaborately trimmed with Valen ciennes lace As the bride neared the entrance to the bridal bower the groom leaning lightly on the of his uncle Mr Claude Moses of Louis ville the Best Man approached at rightangles from the Southern porch having timed the juncture with mili tary precision Here he was delivered to the bride by his Best Man and arm in arm they advanced to a position direotly beneath the floral marriage bell facing the minister As the ceremony progressed the father of the bride Dr Edward G Dick stepped forward from the right and gave the bride away At the con elusion of the benediction the brides maids who with the other attend ants were ranged in a semicircle about the bride and groom pulled a silken cord which released from the overhanging bell a shower of flowery petals which descended like snow flakes upon the happy pair now hus band and wife During and after the ceremony the orchestra ensconced nearby played the Flower Song while friends approached and bestowed their congratulations upon the radiantly happy bride and groomFollowing the reception light wore served at the brides table which had been prepared by Ms Willis with the skill for which she is so justly famous A bowl of frappe in a convenient corner was also a favorite resort during the eve ningPrior to the ceremony intimate friends were accorded the privilege inspecting the many beautiful gifts from friends far and near Delicacy forbids an enumeration of these re memberances but their costly and elegant character and the timents accompanying them render certain the enduring gratitude of their charmed recipients Fully a hundred guests witnessed the ceremony including a score or more of the grooms friends from Louisville and vicinity The festivi ties concluded at 11 p m when Mr and Mrs Monks bade adieu to their guests to exchange their costumes for their traveling garb and accompanied by a dozen of their friends as far Livingston they there took a Pullman 1 A wicpiNG pcl 1 Inter stand rare sweetnessand arm J B of tendersen as SiiR4I rur refreshments A tar an extended bridal tour embracing Niagara Falls tho Hudson New York City and the watering places of the eastern coast after which they will return to spend the summer at Crab Orchard Springs HYATTSV1LLE Miss Irene McCarty has been sick Mrs Luther Gibbs has returned home from Lexington Mrs John Hurt visited Mrs J B Conn of your city Thursday Miss Frances of Richmond is the pretty visitor of Mrs Will Leavell Mr Meadows has returned from a visit to relatives in Williamsburg Henry C Arnold sold to Archie D Bradshaw a horse for 150 Frank Pierce sold a bunch of lambs to Wm Lawson at oic per lb Miss Flossie Tribble is the guest of her aunt Miss Allie Tribble of Rich mondMiss Carrie Lee Sanders was the pleasant visitor of Mrs Edward Simp son of Teatersville last week Mrs Hughes Aldridge and little Stanford visited relatives here the latter part of the week huge Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney di sease as that of C F Collierof Chero kee Ia but Electric Bitters did it lIe writes My kidneys were so far gone I could a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however 1 found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaran teed by R E McRoberts druggist price 50c 1m BOURNE Mrs Eliza Ross sold a cow and calf to C M Jenkins for 25 Sam Morford bought a load of corn of Joe Duncan at 250 per bbl J II Turner bought a nice buggy horse of Ben Spears of Nicholasville for 135 John E Sherrow bought a horse of Lewis Murphy for 90 Miss Bertna Ham returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit to Miss Gert Ball at Marcellus Mr T N Aldrldge and wife were vis iting his sister Mrs J II Durham of Bryantsville Sunday Misses Loa Duncan and Rovesta Turner accompanied by Miss Lucy and Grant Marsee of Marksbury vis ited Miss Annie McCreary last week and attended the meeting at Antioch Adams visited friends at Nicholasville last week J M Turner and wife of Hyattsville were visitors here last week Keep Buildings Well Painted Many farmers wait several years after painting a building before paint ing it again They wait until the building is in bad condition and it re quires as much or more paint to cover it as It did at first Buildings should be painted one coat every two or three ypars This done not only will the cost of repairs be lessened but appear ance of the place will be much im proved Fresh paint applied often eveu though in small quantities keeps wood and metal from decay G H Peters in Farm Journal THE DISCOURAGED MAN He Is Handicapped and Is Almost Certain to Meet Disaster and Defeat Discouragement cuts the nerve of present effort and darkens the sky of hope for better things The evangelist who coined the phrase God cannot use a discouraged man was a wise he might also have said that the world has no use for a discouraged man Booker T Washington in his Up From Slavery gives the keynote of his own success in the following sensible words I do not recall that I ever became dis couraged over anything that I set out to accomplish I have begun everything with the idea that I could succeed and I never had much patience with the multitudes of people who are always ready to explain why one cannot Such a spirit will carry one through every difficulty and over every obstacle Speaking of a Young Man who was to come an old prophet said He shall not fail nor be discouraged The reason he did not fail was because he refused to be discouraged The old doggerel 0 do not be discouraged had a big message even though it was wretched poetry and worse music The fcky is ever dark to him who keeps his eyes on the ground Service The Uncertainties of Revelation Inquirers you tell me demand cer tainties They clamor for immediate and unequivocal answers Doubtless and overlook the fact that divine wis dom rarely vouchsafes such Gods re serve is vastly more edifying to the docile soul that mans dogmatism If Gods book had had the average man for its author no doubt it would have abounded in direct and categoric replies to all questions But alas impatient souls It is not so We must accept and adjust ourselves to the limitations and uncertainties to which infinite wisdom has seen fit to subject us even in the realm of revelation Nay these very disabilities are suited to nurture a reverent sense of dependence a prayer ful search for guidance which in them selves are consummate blessings and which in the end will Inherit the J Henry Thayer Sacrifice The candle is consumed by Its own to the world So is he who lays hlm self on the altar of a noble eelfsacri fice United Presbyterian J daughterof not sIt on Miss Mayme II preacher succeed flame but its light I promises exhaustion gives 7 r rr PAINTS We guarantee to give you a better I2 TT bc less IxxCOlNT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE J EZI I J Business and Bargains Fresh bread at Zunmers restaurant every day tf Tobacco setters at C1G Haseld en Robinson John Magee has a of give him a tf John Magee has a new roofing called Never Wett guaranteed leak it is durable try it V tf Screen doors and windows at 5 17 Haselden Robinson John Magee for rough and dressed lumber Doors Sash etc at the Robt Stone stand tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Zimmer bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your home bakery tf Boss cream Separators at G 16 Haselden Robinson NeverWett rooting is 100 per square why pay 200 whenNeverWett will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal Money to Loan On real estate at usual rate of inter est Mrs Ann M Doty Lancaster Ky 3t Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I P Thompson Dont buy your Binder Twine before you get our prices G 1G Romans Elmore Tax Notice City tax 1905 are now due and the city needs the tax and must have the money S D Rothwell- tf Tax Collector Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 47 tf Romans Elmore Needles for all machines at G1G Ilaselden Robinson Tomatoes Cabbage Cellery Sweet Potatoes enough for the county Mauls seed Philadelphia- tf Joseph Faulconer Binder twine cheap for cash only at Wards 2t FOP Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G Sweeney For Rent A residence with six rooms and four acresof land Fine fruit Call on W T West at Post Office 3f Ice boxes and refrigerators at G ic Haselden Plants Plants Nice Tomato and Sweet Potato plants for sale f12 tf Mrs George Smith New stock of machine needles at G9tf Thompson Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Lime portland and black cements at Stormes Drug Store 2L We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get oar prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett acd Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at c9tf Thompsons Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf Clean Your Premises By order of the Board of Health and the City Council the citizens of Lan caster are required to cut weeds in and around their and move all rubbish from adjoining alleys at once S D Rothwell- 2t M C L All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Kaffir corn cow peas whips or you may need in field seeds Phone us tf H A B Marksbury Son All The Money In California is not from its gold fields Fortunes are made from the wheat fiields and the fruit farms Why not investigate the chances there Through train ser vice Chicago Milwaukee St Pacific Line Rate for double berth 7 Chic ago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento Tourist folder with complete information sent free on request Miller Passenger Agent Chicago or W S Howell 381 Broadway New groceries trial t Go to 1021tf Henry dIamond Hungarian r FA I General York S ce dine rder L C C S of all kinds sfor all t iz i Y We are enlarging our ware room and getting in the largest stock of vehi cles ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Our Binder Twine is the best in the market Get our prices i10 Romans Elmore We have repairs for Deering Bind ers and Mowers 0 10 Romans Elmore Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf We want your Paint and Varnish business we will give you better value for less money than Lan caster Frisbies Drug Store 4t Coal salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the old stand of J T Williams for any thing in my line which I propose to sell at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in quan tity and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf We want to sail you Binder Twine 0 K Romans Elmore T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf If in a kind of billious mood You wish an aid to digest food The Famous Little Pills EARLY Risers cure Constipation Sick Head ache Billiousness etc They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising energy Good for either children or adults Bob Moore LaFayette Ind saysNo use talking DeWitts Little Early Risers do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make me sick DeWitts Little Early Risers brought the long sought relief They are sold byR E McRoberts lm geraniums goodAs r r J PURPOSES We guarantee to peel paint it free of charge 4t Drug Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing- I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all kinds in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satisfac tion guaranteed Store Thompsonold stand Danville street 02 tf Ike P Thompson We have just received a fresh car load of wire fence which we are going to sell Get our price on this We mean business add will sell you cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the paper when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed Door and Window frames Mouldings finishing lumber poarch columns Brackets Block ect at John Magees Good Insurance Lancaster Ky April 10 2005 Mr Angus Allmond Agency Director Lexington Ky Dear Sir The New York Life and on April 7th your agent Mr E II Beazley was here with a check from the Company and settled my policyI you very much for your promptness and only wish I had carried a much larger policy 1 recommend The New York Life to any one wanting sound insurance Very RespectfullyC M D Hughes Agent OU yearsIf looks matured ain mot Frisbie s cheerfully WALLPAPER Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are Fem r T Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit Zaire Bras High Standard Paints High Grade Var wishes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary DANVILLE KENTUCKY l jGIBBONS MAY m T J J jkT DROPOF THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT gives satisfaction No paint can give more No man can expect more S W P is a satisfactiongiving paint The materials that enter into it the care with which it is made the men who make it everything connected with it are of the satisfactiongiving kind It never disap points Always does the work it is expected to doCosts least Does most Color cards free You go to a BAKER for BREAD Wliv Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for BUGGIESIngood work and low prices We want your patronage Conn gyros SOLD BY R E JiU1UU U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U U1U1uunU1U1U1UU UU McR0I3EBTSn- mm nrn iunr v vm unnnuntr ininvnnnnr r irnrnntr t A GOOD NIGHTS REST I 1 i Speak for it she cried to doggie For knew in her heart Could health and joy impart JThe greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights and the exhaustion of a are dread dangers of the poor consumptive qBut why fear of the night when a few doses Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely free from or sweat Free in the morning is made ter German JWe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one 75cent bottle of German will speedily or cure the worst coughs or lung troubles that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of Gennan wonders JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For vale by It 15 nicltoberta THE LORD VISITED HIM Remarkable Instance Related by Western Preacher of Gods Providential Care A pastor of a western church relates this incident which he considers a Epe Providence to him although some people think it was only a coincidence He says he was recently called to a new pastorate and had exhausted all his ready means It was getting late in the autumn and was cold His supply of wood was nearly exhausted and he had not enough to go over the Sabbath This want troubled him so much the week that he could not prepare his usual sermon He had never tried to prepare two sermons in a week but once when the sermons were not very valuable On Saturday afternoon he ment into the village to see how he could get a load of wood to last over the Sabbath for he had a family and could not go over the Sabbath without wood He thought he would try end borrow five dollars from his deacon who lived on a farm a few miles in the country and came Into the village every Saturday afternoon When he reached the village he went into the drug store of one of his and asked the privilege to write a note to the deacon Stepping behind a desk he took a sheet of note paper and began to write He got as far as to say Dear Friend when a hand came around the desk with a fivedollar bill in it and he heard a voice that said to him Take that I have heard you preach The voice came from a man who stood behind the desk not a of his church who never gave him a dollar before The pastors eyes filled with tears and it seemed like the Lord He was thrilled all over He caught his breath and managed to thank the gen tleman As he opened the front door he saw a load of wood standing on the street near the door He stepped up to the wagon and asked the man who drove it if the wood was for sale The man that it was so he bought the wood and got onto the wagon as the man asked him to do and the next Sabbath That homes great terrible expectoration ve a during members member replied German treasure is cia tit famIly was comfortable He says jm 414 not need any notes te preach the next Sabbath for his heart was so full that he preached extemporaneously with great liberty and some of his members came to him after the sermon and asked how he preached so effectively Here plied that the Lord had visited him Dr John D Parker in Herald and Presbyter JOY IN AFFLICTION How a BedRidden Woman Preached Wonderful Sermon by Her Cheerfulness A girl belonging to a church society went to call upon a cripple taking some sweet spring flowers to the in valid After a little conversation the visitor asked Dont you get tired of being tied to that bed day and night Miss Grey week after week Yes I think I do sometimes that Is I grow bodily tired was the re sponse But I try not to think of that I only want to remember that God is good and merciful In His love He spared me even though I am crip pled to live that I might learn to know Him here You see before I was hurt I never thought about Him as being a real Friend and Helper But since I have been compelled to lie here quiet and helpless I can even find joy and thankfulness In my allliction I live to serve Him and that crowds almost every other thought out And the one who had come to went away feeling that she had received more than she had given dur ing that visit Truly only those who know Him for the loving Saviour that He is can say Horn RAMS HORN SPEAR POINTS There are no swordless saints No guise is too good for sin to appro priate Yesterdays remedies cannot work to days reforms It Is the gifts we use and not the ones we have that make us Davids brightest thoughts came to him in his darkest days Right relations with God is the first duty of every young man Nature study Is empty without the study of our own natures When a man brags of his virtues the devil is the first to applaud Faith is a telescope the vision comes from looking through it not at it Prayer is simply our expression when we become conscious of Gods presence The worst thing in this world is not dying it is being dead and not knowing it A minute with the Redeemer fn the morning may save an hour of regret at night When the Body Grows Weaker When God is God gain and growth need never cease in one of His chil dren There Is no dead line here no matter how far back into physical youth the gossip of the world may try to force that line Many an aged saint has real ized as no younger person can that while the body is daily rowing weaker the life within is daily growing And there are things that are worth more than bodily strength Those who are most possessed of physical strength are usually least noted for intellectual or spiritual power And those In whom the physical powers are waning after a life of service in Christ may rejoice in saying with Paul Our citizenship is in Heaven whence also we waltfor a Saviour the Lord Jesus Christ Who shall fashion anew the body of our humiliation that it may be conformed to the body of His glory Christian min- Ister thisRams stronger SUCCORS A WOUNDED ANT Lord Avellng Convinced thf Tiny Insect Is Really Pos I sessed of Reason i Lord Evellng better known as Sir John Lubbock the famous scientist writes In one of my nests was an ant which had coma into the world without antennae Never having met with such a case I1 watched her with great interest but she never appeared to leave the nest At length one day I fcund her about in an ainless sort of apparently not knowing her way at After a while she fell in with some ants of another species who di rectly attacked her I at once set my self to separate them but whether owing to the wounds she had received from her enemies or to my rough though wellmeant handling or to both she was evidently much wound ed and lay helplesslv on the ground After some time another ant from the same nest came by She examined the poor sufferer carefully then picked her up and carried her away into the nest It would have been difficult for anyone who had witnessed the scene to have denied this ant the possession of humane feelings In face of such facts as these it is impossible to re gard ants as mere exquisite automa tons When we see an ant hill ten ated by thousands of industrious in habitants excavating chambers form Ing tunnels making roads guarding their home gatherng food feeding the young tending their domestic ani one fulfilling Its duties It Is difficult altogether to deny to them the gift of reason and the pre ceding observations tend to confirm the opinion that their mental powers differ from those of men not so much in kind as in degree THWARTED A SPELLBINDER Indiana Man Hired Opera House and Filled It with Hay Thus Ac complishing End A streetcar whereon Representative Fred Landis of Indiana was a passen ger en route to the capitol glided past a wagon loaded with baled hay One bale loosely fastened fell to the ground almost hitting the car That calls to mind said Mr Landis an incident of my last campaign A republican friend of mine was scheduled to speak in an other section of Indiana well on toward November Just before starting for Clay City which was the town where the meeting had been advertised he re ceived a telegram running as follows Dant come Opera house full of baled hay Weather too cold for outdoor Mr Kehoe Is the man who filled the Clay City opera house full of baled hay and he enjoyed a hearty laugh at the story He said I was responsible for there being no political speeches in Clay City during the recent campaign by renting the opera house and filling It full of baled hay I have no doubt the people appreciated it and I can imagine how that statesman with a speech ready to fire off felt when he got the telegram that the baled hay had beat him to it The Salve That Penetrate Witch Hazel Salve pene trates the pores of skin and by septic rubifocient and healing it subdues imllammation and sod cures Bulls Burns Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin di seases A for blind bleeding itching and puotruding Piles The orignal and genuine Witch Haze Salve is made by E C De Witt Co and sold by R E McRoberts lm hat previously wander- Ing all malseach meet- Ing DeWitts its anti specific manner influence Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is Our exports to Japan and China multiplied during last year There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East for the man vho lives there not look the field over 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return i 2 3 9 10 I I 12 13 29 30 3i June i August 6 7 10 n 12 13 and 14 1905 good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa and other points California 7 Through train service from Union Passenger via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited Union cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers openingup Bigopportunities 8 9 tourist f t CaliforniaExpress Complete information sent free on receipt of coupon with blank filled W S HOWELL Qenl Eastern Agent 381 Broadway NEW YORK CITY o- rt A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO Name Street address City State Probable destination CALIFORNIA I I t aE TIE OLD MAINE LAW Anecdote Is Told of a Struggle Prohibition in the Pin Tree State N F Woodbury the Maine repre sentative of the prohibition national committee was talking about the political fights for total abstinence that have from time to time stirred up his state In the past said Mr Woodbury before Mains had been won over to prohibition there used to be a village a gray village on the the contests over the liquor question were always hot In this village as election day drew near each party would try to do outdo the other If one side paraded 100 strong the other side paraded 200 strong If one side held a mass meeting and em ployed a band the other side would hold a mass meeting with a band and a lunch as well There was one liquor saloon in the village and a week be fore a certain election a placard as big as the entire front of the house was raised before it This enormous plac ard said in huge reJ letters If the prohibition law passes this house will be closed The saloon you see was cozy and inviting to such as liked a glass of beer and the purpose of the placard was to put sorrow and fear into the breasts of drinking men to stir them up to win votes lest their pleasant meeting place be taken from them That was the idea of the plac ard and It was a good idea But In the dead of the night certain odd noises were heard and th3 next morning the enormous placard covered the front of the village poorhouse Perversity- The snow for weeks lies on the ground Tls dirty moist and raw To clean It off the men me round And then it starts to thaw Washington Star iC fv blea coastwhere CRITICS r First Aged Spinster My dear Aman da what sights the young women of present day make of themselves Ally Sloper Rather Pepperish Ernie Yes he is very wild and my folks think he deserves to be punished However I am going to marry him to re form him Eva Goodness he doesnt deserve that much punishment does he Chi News The Idea Ebenezer Si Hows all ther folks Si Hampley All right only maw shes complainin agin Ebenezer thet got thor rheumatiz agin Si Hampley No e worsen thet She wants a new hat only hed this one seven an a half years tew Judge He Knew the Symptoms believe Bluffin has gone into business of his own Winkin What makes you think that Skinner Why he comes up to town by the early train in the morning and he never takes more than ten minutes for his lunch now Ally Sloper Heals Burns and Cuts Without leaving ugly scars A Louisville Chemist has succeeded in a remedy which will be greatly appreciated every mother and owing to the peculiar and quick manner which it heals burns cuts and bruises This new product is First Aid to the When applied to a bum the pain stops in from one to two minutes wound heals without leaving ugly blemishes and scars When applied to a cut it stops the bleeding very and the the tact It straight to the interior cells soothing nourishing the injured nerves persons go through ugly scars blemishes from furnished to the public at a very reason farmore useful than vaseline witch hazel arnica old salves and liniments Every family should keep the home all the Druggists all over the country are putting Paracamph in stock wont do this order direct from the manu facturers Paracamph is sold only in 25c 50c and by The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky C G J E Stormes Ih ago StrickHowdy StrickWhats SkinnerI housekeeper scabbingThe figuredwith howeverhave household askhim Paracamili K dti0 0r1 th3 190 5 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by B E McBOBEBTS Lancaster Ky A3k for Leggetts Champion DRY POWDER GUNS KILLSI LECCCTTS CHAMPION DUSTER Tobacco Worms Potato Bogs II Effectively Economically and Quickly The most ibuter of Green and other in the garden of tobacco and potato growers as the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man walksDescriptive circular and prices on appli One good agent wanted for each County SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Uuullly vii quantity Hard musles and strong body do not depend on the quality of food you eat but on its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourishment out of all the food you eat It digests what you eat re gardless of the condition of the and convey the nutrient prop erties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system Kodol cures Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach Weak Heart etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what is sometimes called Americas national destined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to suffer ers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sold oy R E McRoberts lm practicaland economical dis vineyardEndorsed SeedsInsecticidesed Iree Wood Stubbs Co stomach Dyspepsia diseaseDyspep siais Paris dry powders on crops When there is an epidemic of germ disease and most disease ate caused by germs it is the person with a weak stomach who succumbs first lf you suffer with pains or distress after eating headache belching of gases sour food a bad taste in the mouth dizziness pains in the heart specks before the eyes and a general feeling of dispondency and weakness you should get well at once by tMDIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 00 bottle contains 2H times the trial rite which sails for SO cents PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL lJYSPCfSIi S Spring Catarrh Changeable Weather Causes Dl ea e Breathe Ilyomel and Cure Catarrh The changeable weather ot Spring with its warm days and cold nights is responsible for a great increase in the number of cases of catarrh Ibis now that Hyomel the only guaranteed treatment for catarrh that cures with out stomach dosing should be used in every home Hyomei is a scientific method by which pure air impregnated with Na tures own remedies for the cure of catarrh can be inhaled by every suf ferer in his or her home Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit its healing volatile antiseptic fragrance reaches the lungs and air passages as no tomach dosing possibly can do It gives immediate relief and makes cures Proof that the Hyomei treatment will do all that is for it is found in the guarantee under which R E McRoberts sels it an agree ment to pay back the price if the purchaser can say that Hyomei has not given satisfaction Complete out fit 100 extra bottles 50c Bank Stock As Executors of J S Robinson decd we will on Saturday July 8th 1905 at 130 p m in front of the in Lancaster Ky sell at public outcry 16 shares of the capital stock of the National Bank of Lancaster stock in Merchants and Mechanics Bank of Columbus Ga 15 shares of stock in Fourth National Bank of Col umbus Ga 2 bonds No 5 and 6 pai value 500 each of Lancaster Water Works Terms made known on day ol sale Mrs Ann W Robinson Extx 5t J C Robinson Exor last- Ing claim d courthouse 30shares- of How to Avoid Germ Diseases Strengthen the Stomach and Digestion and You Will Keep Well strengthening the stomach with Mi ona Just one small tablet out of a fifty cent box before eating and your digestive system will become so strong that you will be the of good health and spirits and need fear no germ diseases Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Miona it costs nothing unless it embodiment cures The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 85OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Pr ildent JOHN B STORMES Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier J Ass tCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper Q DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson E Stormes W H Kinnalrd Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q z493 4 o i0 F Robinson Jno O O o o o o O O o O O O 2 2 o LEWIS Y President LEAVELL J J WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS Jioott B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Assets Jan 1 1905 390660260 Insurance in Force Jan 1 1905 1928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of Issue Payment of prumium the only co dition 2 Automatically nonforfeitable as soon as one premium is paid ed Insurance without request incase of default after the payment of lum Choicebetween Extended Insurance and paid up Insurance after two years premiums have been paid 3 In case of death during the period of automatic Extended Insurance no deduction for premium is made 4 Loans at 5 per cent at any time after policy has been in fore two years 5 Absolutely free from conditions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place of manner of death 6 Several options in settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic benefit if insured does not make selection 1 Payment immediately upon receipt and approval of proofs of death in one sum or In a selected number of instalments at option of insured Privi lege of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in force If will fill out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to for examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a per son of your age Yours respectfully J M D Hughes Agent M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life In your Company on this plan for the sum of I was born on the day of 18 Name Address one prem submit your I r I 0 Many people who are neglecting symptoms kidney will wear away are drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds the wornout tissues of the so they will perform their functions kid through them Diseased kidneys not and the poisonous waste matter is carried the to every part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and a fatal malady is pleasant to take and the whole system How to Find Out You can easily determine If your kid neys are out of order by setting for 24 hours a bottle of the urine arising If upon examination is cloudy or milky or a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your are and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should at once G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years 0 B Barhani f CarUile Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you statins thai I hart been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by lets than two Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment and vaIn diseasedisappeared I am iliad to say that I haxe never had a return of any of those symp during the tour years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured am heartily recommend Foleya Kidney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Two BOo and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC JE Storms Of course you want i MILLINERY fe we have the Swellest Linei- n Central Kentucky I SALLIE D fiLLET It BRIGHTSDISEASE FOLEYSKIDNEY CURE up kidneys impuritiesfrom aside betaken I J bottles of and I I J The LATEST STYLES in I I h IflJfllflli i tons Size Jesse DJearen Insurance IAgent Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and 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