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I YEU a I srTrrixrrr Youll Never Miss f the WATER 1 Well Runs Dry Is the title of an old familiar song You had better guard a gainst missing the water by having us Pix Your Guttering or make assurance dmViIy sure by having us install a system of Wafer Works J R Haseiden We are agents for DH Baldwins Co PIANOS Come see what we have in stool and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We utter to most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap M IiC J 0 I I I f S I I I it I r I OR ANSI I I I I the I LSuccessors to Beazley Undertaker t rail nw iH N1 Jt iteaztey s J t- oJGA Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial lobes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street juSt above Presbyterian church Phone Ill Boots Shoes Rubbers Ccsl nest I iIIerndon G B Swiiiebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Conrt room Prompt attention to business TOTS I 0 CHRIS FARIS f a j 4 i I j I J1 gT7 7 CINCINNATI f f leastWearI Salesman E C GOdS aU1oc QU I t L J R L ZuJC 3 g USE Af2K5 k1MfisS iti e i rw I l5 Dentist Office over Tbompons r store n n3 t Jr i at- a AJ a t Farmers Read This We have been informed that it has 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 GHAUT 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 pay the highest market price Please remember also we keep all kind of field seed such as Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Cow Peas Millet and Hungarian seed tf II A B Marksbury Son heretofore t Clover 1 fir t been t 8c J hf THE CENTR L RECORD LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 7 1905 A Local Notes The Fair next week See our handsome line of cut glass 77 Morrow McRoberts Get ready for the bin Fair week The Fair Thursday Friday Saturday next week Lots of visitors expected next week The Fair will be the drawing card Mrs Ada M Kinnaird has as administratrix of the estate of husband the late Maj Robert Kin I muni 1 f0 to Cincinnati and return morning Train leaves about live oclock attractions the Queen City LI The ladies of the Christian of Iluliljli will tv uii supper Saturday night the lfth A dm is sion ii5o The ball team wal loped the home boys oy many Tuesday The visitors were not only players but a nice lot of gentle This ollice is getting out a big lot of advertising matter for the Crab Or chard Fair Tickets badges and oth er items are in the order and we have the job about complete Miss Minnie Johnson opened her at Hickman Wednesday the tth She is one of the best teachers in the county always giving perfect satisfaction to parents and pupils alike Union Meeting The union services will be held in j the Presbyterian church next Sunday night at the usual hour Bro Tinder will preach the sermon The meeting last Sunday evening was largely at tended and it looks like the holdings these services will prove quite popular during the summer months A True Friend of W C T U The W C T U wish to express their sympathy for the family of May or Robert Kinnaird We have lost a true friend one who was eyer ready to aid us in word and deed Miss Amanda Anderson Mrs Ed Trice Mrs Rebecca West and Mrs Fannie Farra Committee Heres the Right Stuff A Texas editor hit the right spot when he said The sorriest fellow on the earth is the fellow who will sit around and cuss hisown town If I lived astride the north pole I would call it my home and be ready to boost it up IfJI couldnt say anything nice about it I would say my ice bill didnt come high I would not stay in a town I had to cuss not while the world is as big as it is now Everything Ready All the carpenters work is done at the Fair grounds and everything in readiness for the big show Saxton Trost the famous musicians will be here with their splendid band the show of stock will be not only large but exceptionally fine and everything points to the most successful meeting ever held in this section of the state The young men in charge are to be congratulated upon the splendid An Editors Roast The Kansas City Journal tells a story that is plastered all over with a big moral According to the a merchant asked the city editor to roast the city admistration for letting an itinerant peddler come in there and undersell him on goods This is what the editor wrote City dads you take notice that you are for permitting peddlers to sell goods here The merchant for whom we do this favor has his job printing done in Chicago Big Times in Buffalo The Elks will hold their meeting in Buffalo this year and a merry time is in store for those who attend The L and N Railway is the olllcial route and extremely low rates are offered A special train of will take about one hundred Elks and their friends froth Lexington leaving that city Sunday the th at 255 p m Any one can go on this train and can get advantage of the low rates If you want a fine trip at a very reasonable cost call up G M Patterson agent at Lancaster and he will give all information and Passing of the Toll Gate The old toll gate regime has only a dead letter a few years in Central Kentucky but in the brief time free roads have been in existence the various counties which were once fairly dotted with the dreaded toll houses have demonstrated that free roads are not only feasible but from every that of econo my desirable The passing of the tollgate marked an error throughout the Blue grass section and even those who fought hardest for their retention believing the turnpikes would go to the demnltion bow wows hav3 grown to be warm advocates of free and could not be persuaded to return to a system which now looks to the average citizen like a relic of barba rism Ex f ai ids Sunday Big lee cream JIustonville base rood men i I outlook Journal roasted Pullmans you particulars standpointeven ne a qualifi It Lancast chore scor school whereby aunt been no h ill I f A Quick Job Catalogues for Lancaster Fall were turned out in less time than it takes to tell it We had about half the time usually allowed a printing office to do such work in faot few ofllces would have tackled the job on such short no t tice The delay was caused by adver tisers failing to send in their copyand ltj other matters which caused Secretor Davidson no end of worry Read the list of premiums and you will see that Lancaster will have the best Fair ever held in the town 0 Was Well Known Here Many Lancaster and Garrard people are acquainted with Elder J C Montgomery who hats preached in this vicinity many times and they r sympathize with him very much in n the death of his oldest daughter who was Glasgow last week The young lady was driving in a buggy with two companions when the horse became and ran away The two companions escaped unhurt but Miss Montgomeay struck her head on a stunt and was killed ly She only recently graduated from Hamilton College with high honors The remains were intered at Stanford Tuesday Something About Tobacco The American tobaccogrower receives an average of about 10 cents a pound striped tobacco from which lie must get his pay for the plant his labor his time and his investment in a farm The United States Government gets 0 cents for every pound manfactured The English Government gets an overage of 75 cents for each The Italian and Austria Government gets more than one dollar The manufactures make millions in profit and the dealers are well paid The consumers pay well for the luxury and what is the reason the producer is not well paid for the material They will be when they understand these mat ters and provide themselves with means to control the market Ex Lancaster Boy Promoted The following from a Carlisle paper concerns a Lancaster boy sun of Mr E W Harris Ills home people rejoice in his good fortune as he certainly dr serves the best in the shop W II Harris who has been t jr thepast fourteen yearsknown and liked by everyone for his many traits of accommodations has accepted the station agency of the L N at Paris and goes there to take charge on of July We not know who will take his place here but we are sure of one thing and that is it will be a good longtime before we get another Harris and we can rcccommend him to the people of Paris in both a business and social way Ills family will not go with him at present Just Meandering A city girl writes It is a fond dream of mine to become a farmers wife and meander with him down lifes pathway and to this the Os borne Kan replied Ah yes that is a nice thing but when your husband meanders off and leaves you without wood and you have to meander up and down the lane pull ing splinters off the to cook dinner and when you meander along in the wet grass in search of the cows till your shoes are the color of raw hide and your stockings soaped and when you meander out across twenty acres of ploughed ground with a club to drive the hogs out of the cornfield and tear your dress on the fence when you meander back home to the house find that the billy goat has butted the slotting out of your child and find the old hen with forty chickens in the parlor youll put your hands on your hips and realize that meandering is not what it is cracked up to be Special Round Trip Excursions on the Asbury Park N J National Association Tickets on sale June 29 and 30 July 1 and 2 limited Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Conventions Tickets on sale July 2 3 and 4 with limit of July 15 Rate 10 be extended to August 31 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Ex torsion Tickets on sale July 14 15 days Rate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Tickets on sale Aug 3 limited to 14th 14 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Aug 12 limited 15 days Rates 812 00 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address G W Barney Divison Passenger Agent Lexington Ky tf No 1 family horse for sale Apply at this office tf Bids Wanted We the Board of Directors of the Bryantsville and Buena Road will receive bids for the building of one mile of said road at Bryantsville bids to be In by the 22nd of July The profile will be found at the Bank of vile for the of the bidders The right is reserved to accept or re ject all bids J H Easley Secty Bryantsville Ky July 51905 3tJ f s r county unnH1I1a abe instants our station a el the15th d News man fence barbwire CO Educational maybe Tickets may limited excursion A Vista Turnpike beginning killed near pound C i ug all Bryan benefit on a w by It on of of The services at the Methodist church Sunday evening were conduct ed by Rev J W Simpson Presiding Elder of the district In a wreck between passenger trains near Vlley Ky Col W P Walton of Lexington and Ashbrook Frank for merly of this city were painfully but injured Silas Anderson one of the hands at Marksburys granary packed and pressed a bale of No 1 rough hemp weighing 1279 pounds Who can beat this Fire in Bridge The covered bridge on Danville pike known as the Henry Bruce bridge crone near being destroyed by fire Saturday A traction engine had just pulled a thresher through the structure and a spark lodged in the roof possibly in a birds nest Neigh hors saw the smoke and by heroic lighting extinguished the flames The bridge is an old but very good one and can do service for many years yet Remembered the Dead The Lancaster Odd Fellows held their annual decoration services Sun day afternoon After an able elo quent sermon by Bro Tinder at the Christian church the services were resumed at the Lancaster Cemetery A bevy of pretty girls carried the handsome fbral designsand the grave of every Odd Fellow buried was with roses and other sweet lowers The Lancaster lodge is in prosperous condition and the membership is constantly increasing Negro Killed Jim Buck Baughman a negro well known in this county was shot by negro named Shirley Ilothwell near the residence of r John K West Richmond street Tuesday Two shots took effect and Baughman Jin gored until night when be died while being removed to his home in a wagon From what we can learn Batigh man was whipping his wife who was sister of Rothwells Both parties lived at Lowell Baughman was known as a bad negro while Roth well is a peaceable man The placed in jail A High Class Paper The price of daily papers has been reduced to such a low ffgure that every person interested in the news of the day can aliord to take one Many peo pie subscribe for dailies printed in some distatjt city which contain abso f lutely notningof interest to The Kentucky State Journal J published at the Capital is now edited j Mr W P Walton one of the best editors and brainiest men in has been enlarged and now receives the Associated Press reports all the important happenings in the civilized world The decisions of the Court of Appeals U S Courts etc are given as well as complete market reports Read the ad in thIs issue of The Record If you want reliable news and thebest editorials important events send to Mr Walton and you will receive the Journal promptly each day Bank of Bryantsville This Bank is one year old todayand we wish to publicly thank the friends the institution who are responsible for the steady growth during each day the past twelve months The bank was organized and has been developed and conducted on the principle of con servative banking along progressive lines and on this basis has gained steadily in strength in scope and in the confidence of the public Whose pat ronage has been so freely extended and we have striven hard to prove ourselves entitled to this gratifying and remarkable growth The Bank of Bryantsville is as its name suggests strictly a haul for all classes of our citizens Persons fanul far with existing conditions in Bry1 antsville for many years appreciate the bank which gives the small and depositors equal chances and facilities accorded the larger ones We have devoted ourselves to a strict Iv commercial business offering de posltors facilities in keeping with their balances and financial standing not Investing in either bonds stocks or uuderwritings preferring to loan our resources to our customers and furthering the business interests of tills community when the proper eel lateral was offered as security It is our purpose to continue to grow both in capacity and opportunity to serve the citizens of Bryantsville and to that end we invite your patronage promising clients that they will enjoy every privilege usually extended by a reliable and well equipped bank and prospective depositors are invited to write or call in person new business being desired and unexcelled facili ties being offered We are prepared to extend to all customers every accommodation con sistent with conservative banking and a liberal policy of management The equipment of our banking room in eluding the Steel Deposit Vault Door Sate is the most complete and inviting in the State and every person or firm desiring the convent ence protection and courteous serer ces of a well regulated bank are invit ed to favor us with their business whether large or small all welcome Bryantsville June 30 1905 it BANK OF BUVANTSYILLB noL serlusy a- very another Kentuckians containing your subscription I I II and- S rew bedecked hatters apostate borrower 7 5 3 3 ji Week M P 0 f Uulllc I Biggest DM IiJ V v Fashioned j In the state will be held at i Thursday i Friday ff Saturday g Get a Catalogue 0 Large Premiums Saxton Trosts Band GilffJlifjJfx 2 Next0 o I I You Must m I r0 w 0 q j I 0 Lancaster I 0 J t U Yta13 I i I Q i I 0 r01rj r YqjJJt D 0 j f II- Q r 0fv p i 1 Ca i NUMBiYR 11 Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Great Gleaning Out Spring Stock 1 I NOW ON I All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold Dry Goods Dress Goods Parasols Hosiery Gloves Fans At Greatly Reduced Prices TIrE Joseph Mercantile Go I OOOOOOOOO QoOO I I 1 i I I of I s I I i I I I I I I I IIIiII I I I Etc I I rIL j Joshing With Our are the Fresh Spring Products the best Makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tleman 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 wi shill do our level best to please you when you come in Raadytowear Suits from 750 to 1800 in all the new shades and fabrics Our line ot Furnishing Goods are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season Mens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leather White Q Canva- sQ high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are Uptodate Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Prices to suit everybody HTLOGAN NEWNESS Suits Ii I I L u oest atot t sr t AMoaiAtr alN I Land 1 1Nw wv r w r illArW M aSt J t ict1oo o c I E7i n 0 00 0 GREAT TRADE PULLING MATCH BETWEEN DATE ALL THE TIME FOR AWHILE I I r n 3 W M Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strenthenltg influence of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting alowing it to restuntill it grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and all permanent relief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain hold as when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of hospital and general practice of itself tells how this most wonderful modern dicovery has proven to be the greatest digestant for the alleviation of a suffering humanity Its many cures of both children snl adults grows larger day byday Sold by R E McRoberts lm afoot Most people are sorry only after it Is too late Its easier not to want things than it is to get them For every mean man that dies at least two more are born The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered diamond cure for consumption tion or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T MaGee of Vanlee Tenn I had a cough for fouteen years RolLiig helped me until I took Dr Kings Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effecteda permanent cure quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles McRoberts Drug price 50c and guaranteed Trial bottle free 1m I If you fearconsunip New Unequaled Stored 100 LOCAL STORES RETAIL MAILORDER HOUSE I AND I I In the struggle between hone merchants and the city catalogue houses for local patronage there are live points that have weight with the buyer These are quality price prompt service courteous treatment and value to home institutions The con tender for patronage must make good on each of these points Careful investigation will prove that week in and out the local merchant surpasses his big city competitor in every respect Value to home institutions is named last but it is first in importance The patronage of catalogue houses is a positive determent to home schools churches and all similar enterprises whose support cones so largely from the home business men Cripple the business enterprises of your town and all the institutions for good will suffer Bait bargains deceptive values and slick advertising arc the chief imple ments of catalogue houses They buy from the same sources as the retailer making a special search for seconds which can be gotten cheaply These secondsor inferior gradesthey often buy in quantities but the goods for thousands ot their orders are brought after the order is received Their city buyer wagons are scurrying about every minute of the day getting these small dabs of stuff for indi vidual orders Added to the cost of the merchan dise which is on the average equal or In exceess of what the retailer pays is the necessarily high freight express or postage charges on small shipments This they are trying to get taxpayers to pay for them with a parcels post Added to all this is an excessive sell log expense including high rentals the tremendous cost of printing and distributing their their general advertising Every citizen in or near a in the buying of his merchandise gives his help and the weight of his influence to one side or the other interests and community are on the same side in this struggleWhich ought to win the catalogue house or the home merchant I catalogues and community Individual Interests Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I it with Bucklens Arnica Salve great for burns cuts and wounds At McRoberts Drug Store Only ijoc Every girl imagines she would be a queen in society but for the fact that she has more sense than beauty A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be given toyourstomach and liverby talc ing a medicine which will relieve tho pain and discomfort viir Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most remedyallordins sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m on wonderful constipation cut rr e- dIts I I The Fair Of You Want AS NiceIf You Are To ourSD VEHICLEf Going C I as anyone there Our Buggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans c Elmore t1 E CENTRAL REdQRDt- t e Z Weekla LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ay ai SecondClass Mali flatter Lancaster July 7 1905 Progressive Boston has established a strange that the idea has not been worked out before The factory girl is no new thing in American of the industries that have been taken from woman in the home have drawn her from the home to the factory In operating textile mills garment facto ries laundries and canning plants fe male labor predominates and women are employed in large numbers in ma ny other industries Occasionally a woman rises to the dignity of a fore manship where the labor is wholly of the gentler sex but such promotion where there are any men at all is very rarely open to her We have technical and trade schools galore for men the latter being forced in largo measure by the stringent ret ulations of labor unions concerning but this Held in female has heretofore been neglected The girl has been expected to start in at very small wages and pick up a knowledge of her work in a few weeks The now school is spoken of as an ex periment but it seems to be one fore doomed to success since it meets an actual need Of course the groat stumbling block to womans progress in the manual the responsibilities of homemaking For some years this interfered serious ly with the higher education of wont en but parents daughters soon learned that a good education was no bar to matrimony and gave the young woman Independence ideals and equipment that were valuable to her whether married or single Time trade school may not be productive of great ideals but it should give the ter of poor parents who must earn her own livelihood equipment and inde pondence that may prove of the high est value to her The town of Delavan Wisconsin is a model Nobody living tiers would quit days to let his dooryard grow up to tall grass and weeds or have any unsightly rubbish where it could be S3cn The police out there would frown on any such performance and wonld remonstrate with any such citizen There is no such yard to be seen there and the effect is most gratifying to the visitor who sees so much that is reprehensible in other towns It does not cost anything but a little it pays better than the same effort would expended in any other direction The Kansas City Journal is a wide awake newspaper continually making discoveries among which is an gicalreason why a man wont take his home paper he has invented a by which he can cook his dinner by the smoke from his neighbors chimney The same fellow sits in the back pew in church to save inter est on his contributions and is always borrowing a ride to town to save the wear and tear on his own horsellesh Yes we know him lie is first cousin to the man who uses the wart on the back of his neck for a col lar button and it may be added sneezes when his neighbor takes snuff Lansing Michigan sports a German who bought a coat which the clothier assured him was nonshrinkable His statement taken at the police station was as follows I told him till he shrindk und he ask me flaw dot suit wash nonshrindkabale So I puts on him und vears him mit a rain sutorm py shimmy pelt before I gits me half vay home oup comes de beliceman all ouid of vind und on del run und dell me he must come mit me und get fined life tollar a bading suit on der publicstreet mid oadt being at a fashionable vatsring blace A perspiring traveling mm readied the station just as the train rolled away A fat woman got there a later and gasping sank on to her bundles while the man swore a blue streak good fat round piratical cuss words raising the hair off one s head In this case swearing seemed to do good The gathered up her bundles went over to his side and said plouslyYou are an ger to me hut 1 want to tell you in my feeble way how much 1 thank yousir You have expressed my feelings ex actly Eureka Kansas Herald Lord help the millionaire There is Rockefeller with no appetite Morgan so restless he cant stay long in one place has long been a sufferer from dys pepsia and the rest of em are dying with envy because they are not as rich as the three of em Blessed be bacon and beans aud health with the grace of God Men who misuse positions of honor and trust for gain are getting a de served scoring from minlstersnewspa pers and lecturers as well as from the honest business and of the country What effect will it all have on the thick hide of the however unless some kind of punishment be administered For every dollar that Mr lers Cleveland church raised the oil magnate gives 75 cents Last year he l 160 per J Ky itskindlife droppingher untidy laborand machine I for vearing minute Carnegie criminals ear Most employed apprentices education anti chug anal and woman entire str workingmen Rocketel h o an coiitribuled15uiiOuf the total 25010 It is plain now why the audience t the prajer meeting the other evenii g laughed at and applauded a weak juke sprung by Mr Rockefeller In the past when the mother ruled the world she rocked the cr die Rock lug the cradle is now done mostly by electricity It was a sad day when the mother abdicated her throne The Whole Damm Family is the name of a new comedy produced in New York Theatrical managers seem willing to go to almost any these days in order tQ elevate the stage An Iowa man is suing for divorce charging that there is too great a physical disparity between him and his wife as he weighs but 96 pounds and his wife 313 pounds It looks as though the wife ought to be given a divorce on a cross complaint The Chicago University professor who has figured out that with proper thing as death would be unknown should now come forth with the proper diet How would do for the name of a new health food Harvard gave iiJJ degrees this year There must be some women in the class to account for this bargain fig ure Mr II Ross commenced tea chiug our district sciiool last Monday morningBrother W T Watson of our town attended the Odd Fellows Decoration at Lancaster last Sunday and reports enjoyable time Mr Joe A Ross sold last week to J I Hamilton a line young stallion at 400 Mr W A Wheeler still continues poorly is some better than he has beenThe new county road up Back Creek has been survevedand the good people of that neighborhood can now have good loads 1JEUNA VISTA Miss Nary Askins is with relatives at A mbrose Win Simpson sold to Taylor Bur dette a heifer for 2fi Mrs Emma Philips of Kncxvillr and brother Mack Dunn of Austin Texas visited their aunt Mrs Robinson last week Word was received here last morning of the death of Mrs Alex Askins of Ambrose Mrs Ask ins was wellknown in this county having lived here for some time Mrs Barnett and Misses Askins attended the burial ISicholasville Thursday We extend our sympathy to the grief stricken family Administratrix Nctice All persons who have claims against the estate of R Kinnalrd decd will present same to me properly proven by November 1st 1905 All persons know themselves indebted to said estate will please settle same at once This June 30th 1905 Ada M Kinnaird Admx To the friends and patrons of Robt Kinnaird decd I wish all pol icies expiring will be renewed and kept in force unless otherwise ordered by the assured I will continue his business in the National Bank of Lan casterand will appreciate the ousiness of his and my friends Most of com ponies represented in this agency have been represented here for at least 40 years and have always paid their loss es promptly J II Kinnaird A Great Institution We have pleasure in calling the of our readers to the adver tisement of the Southern Normal School and Bowling Green Business University which appears in this is sue of our paper This institution has an established reputation unexcelled facilities magnilicient buildings rea sonable rates faculty of specialties modern methods splendid equipment complete organization a Christian body of students a fixed policy and jt is located in one cf the most ful cities in the South Persons a catalogue and journal should address II II Cherry President It Bowling Green Ky Kentucky Fair Dates The follownig dates fixed by the dif ferent fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced Lancaster July 1 3 3 days Crab Orchard JulylO 3 days Madisonville August 2 5 days Danville August days Harrodsburg August 8 4 days Fern Creek August 15 4 days Shepherdsville August 14 4 days Lawrenceburg August 15 4 days Vanceburg August 16 4 lays Guthrie August days Shelby ville August 22 4 days Springfield August 23 4 days Nicholasville August days Bardstown August days Florence August 30 4 days Elizabethtown September 53 days Glasgow September G 4 days Ky State Fair September 18G days Henderson September 26 G days Falmouth September 27 4 days Owensboro October days A fortune awaits the genius who will a borrowless umbrella The quickest way for a girl to get rid of her ideal is to marry him I diet such immortalize NINA Grover 11 r Margaret Wednesday 3t Notice tostate attention beaus I desiring 23 173 293 301 105 invent I t extreme ins Wheat Corn Oats Rye gy a Highest cash price paid for same rill appreciate a call before you sell Feed and Field Seedof all kinds for sale Custom Grinding Try my meal and chicken teed CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Come on and get your Best in Quality Low in Price Champion Binders I Mowers Hay Rakes Get our I and save money E L Woods Prest WCFishVicePrest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK jj CAPITAL 16tooooo SURPLUS 00000 ffj f AA r i WANTED I I Hay Straw Etc I t I INHI tiu AA If1 I I I Iii III Binder Twin6 IIIII 11 IS- Iil III l j prices It1 I I I II g 4j 1I 1 a Hasckieo Roh VJ G Keuper Cash ro- f St COY I L FRY R R L ARNOLD J B woons J S BURROWS W C FISH E I WOOl DIRECrOKR I GUYS We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Counenccd rusincsFlury 1401d Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance 1 CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING B 31 and discounting of invoices j- tl enables us to make 3 1 CLOSE PRICES I EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a First Class Drog and Paint Store I Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS ItElij Stormes Drug Store UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Why Purchase Others When You Can Get An Underwood II fE 7lfjox ffi rn m m jf jjg jg COOCOOOOOC OOOCOI I I I X X R FS 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 UndenvootlTypewriterCo ITorth and Main Streets Louisville Ky tvis- Ible JC Ay The 2 X A First Grand Prize St Louis Worlds FairtCOOCOOOOO OCOOOCOC X T Remember headquarters we are for BINDER TWINEIV I MOUNT ELKIN 3 1 J 1- r f Gossip About People N N N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are Interested In Miss Olivia Sweeney is spending a week in Baltimore Miss May Baline of Bardstown is Visiting Miss Louise Farris Miss Hilton of Brodhead is visiting her sister II Batson Miss Margaret Hackle of is visiting relatives here Dr R tss Biirnside of Barbourville has joined his wife here for a visit Mrs D M Luckey is in Richmond visiting her uncle Col J V Caperton Dr James Staughton of Covington is the guest of Miss Bessie Marksbury Mrs Fraee of Maysville is the guest of her sister Mrs II Jennings MrJ P Orand of Waco Texas is visiting the family of Mr II C Jen rings Miss Eliza Anderson of Maysville is visiting her aunt Mrs II C Jen ningsMiss Ophelia Carr of Lexington has been the guest of Miss Olivia SweeneyMiss KaulTman who has heel several months in St Louis is at home again Miss Lena Palmer of Kirksville hus been with Mrs1 A Amon avenue Misses Hudson and Angelina Ches nut of Danville have been visiting relatives here Mr M F Elkin wife and son of Lex ington have been visiting Mr T S EI kill and wife Mrs Sam Ilaselden and little son J Raymond are in Nicholasville visi ting relatives Mrs David Geiger and children Walker and Francis are visiting rela tives in Ashland Misses Susie and Carrie Hatcher have taken rooms at the residence of las Faulconer Misses Ada Dickerson and Caddie ICeim have been visiting llr and Mis A Voris of Burgin Little Miss Alice Rigney and Master Hudson Frisbie have been visiting relatives in Danville Miss Nell Ilayman of St Joseph Mo has been the guest of Miss Lizzie Danville avenue Mr Eph Brown and Miss Katie Simpson attended a houseparty in Harrodsburg this week Mrs E C McWhorter and little laugh tor Cleo have returned from several weeks visit to relatives at McWhorter Mr Jesse Arnold left Sunday for Chicago where he will stay with the Universal Fibre Co for several mouths Messrs Branham Beazley and John Walker accompanied bv Misses Bettie Broaddus and Fannie Henry were in Crab Orchard Sunday Mrs C W Witwer and children who have been visiting her grand parents Mrs F J White leave Satur day for Owensville to visit her hus hands relatives She will return to Lancaster before going home One of the merriest occasions of the gay season was the birthday party of Mr Robert Walters Tuesday evening at his attractive home The lawn was beautifully decorated in Japanese lan terns and a delightful collation was served Mr Walters entertained his guests charmingly and reciprocated the congratulations of the splendid lot of young men and women present A very enjoyable impromptu dance was given Monday evening at the Ma son Hotel in honor of the visiting la dies The music was splendid being furnished by the pianola Those pres ent were Misses Nell Hayman of St Joseph Ophelia Carr of Lexington Vesta of Kansas City Theo Ilemphill Altie Marksbury Margaret and Joan Mount Messrs Jas Staugh ton of Covington Elkin or FB Marksbury Branham Beaz ley Waller Hudson Lewis Gill Ed I otY Will Denny F P Frisbie J M Farra Ben Herndon Will and Charlie W a R J r M r eo Capt and I I j Mrs Georgetown Danville J Hudson 1 Lackey Lexington r = West anti Dr G C Faris The were Mesdames Ben Herndon Banks Hudson and Louis Landram Miss Emma Crawford of Junction City is the guest of Miss Stella McWhorter Miss Mayme Woodruff of Aransas Pass Texas and Mr S J Conn of Mt Yernon were the pleasant guests of Mr J T Conn and family last week Interior Journal Misses Bessie Mae Lear Irene Romans Allie Yantis and Lillie V West of Lancaster will be guests of Miss Bessie D Yantis M Smith the polite and popn lar cashier of the Bryantsville Bank was In town Monday and paid this otlice a highly appreciated call and gave us a nice lot of job printing InteriorJournal Misses Bessie and Mary Lee Lear of Lancaster are the guests of their aunt Mrs James A Dudderar Miss Susie Zanone of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs U S Traylor Miss Bessie Yantis the party given by MissBessie Mae Lear at Lancaster in honor of from Carlisle lillYANTSYILLE Mr J W Glass is in Cincinnati this weekMr Jeff Dunn was in Lexington this week on business Miss Eliza Ison spent several days in Danville recently Miss Greenleaf of Missouri if visit ing the Misses Marett of Lexington was here for several days writing insurance Messrs John and Will Flowers of LoHisville are visiting Master Jack DunnMiss Pettus of Somerset is visiting her brothers Messrs R II and W A PettusMiss Mae Scott will begin teaching the public school at this place Monday July 10 Miss Elizabeth Sparks of Nicholas ville has been the attractive guest of Glass Mrs John Ballard and daughter Marie of Lancaster visited relatives here last Prof Milton Elliott has returned to Lexington after a visit to his brother Dr W M Elliott Little Miss Martha Deatherage of Richmond is with her aunt Mrs Jan Bryant for several weeks Sanders of Nicholas ville is spending the week with her grand mother Mrs J W Glass Miss Pearl Hackney of London will come in a short time fora visit Misses Joe Helen and Wadelee Marett Miss Anna Philips of Stanford af ter spending several days with rela tives here has gone to Lexington Misses Offutt of Georgetown and Maria Trimble of Frankfort are the guests of M r and M rs C T Jenkins Mr atufMrs W J Hogan were in Lex a few days last week They visited their daughter Mrs Wool folkThe Masonic Lodge met Monday evening There were four given the The farmers are quite busy thresh ing wheat Quite a number of them have sold at 00 cts while others are hopingto do better Misses Sallie Marrs Sparks and Blanche Hamilton of Nicholasville are expected in a few days for a visit to Mrs Charley Deane Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav ell are visiting friends in London later they will go to Kuoxville Tenn or a visit to relatives Misses Minnie Sutton of UarrodE burg and Ethel Sims of Danville have returned home after a visit to their aunt Mrs JosephCoomer Messrs Patton and Dunn had the misfortune to have a very valuable mule to die Tuesday It was the first one they have lost since being engag ed In the mule trade for several years Prof Mack Dunn of Austin Texas and sister Mrs Emma Phillips ol Knoxville Tenn visited their uncle Mr W J Hogan last week tills was the first time Mr Dunn had been in Bryantsvijle for 35 years New line of elegant watches new style cases 77 chape- rones Mr J attended Alman Mrs W L Miss Tommie in toll W T splendid Morrow McRoberts visitor Mr week Somebody Talked About Him Gossip is a humming brd with eagle wings and a voice like a foghorn It can be heard from Dan to Bersheba and has caused more troublethan all the bedbugs tick fleas mosquitoes coyotes grasshoppers chinchbugs rattlesnakes sore toes sharks small pox yellow fever Indigestion that this United States has known or will know when the universe shuts up shop and begins the final invoice In other words it has got war and hell both backed up in the corner yelling for ice An Answering Silence Young ladles with a fondness for infantile admirers should be warned by an episode at a seaside resort says a writer in Lippincotts Magazine for July An engaging masculine of seven years became on exceedingly good terms with the belle of their particular hotel a girl about twenty years his senior One day the charmer asked to go and after the bath as they re turned to their bathhouses the small man suggested a race to see who could dress first and in a short time a youthful yoke called Ethel oh Miss Ethel Ive got my stockings on Yes Robbie so have Miss Ethel After a short pause the again said Miss Ethel Ive got my shoes on Again came the answer Yes dear so have 1 Again a a triumphant voice shrilly proclaimed Miss Ethel Ive got my pants on The answering silence was Bent Her Double 1 knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when 1 got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked from this terrible flliction I was rescued by Electric Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever They arc simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorders at Mclloberts Drug Store price f0c 1m I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest notice I P Thompson the jeweler tf A Smooth Article When you lind it necessary to use salve use Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve is the purest and best for Sores Burns Boils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching orProtruding Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazle Salve Sold by R E Me Roberts lm The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Little Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness ect Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D says Two bottles of these Famous Little Pills cured me of chronic con stipation Good for eitlierchidren or adults W H Howell Houston Tex says For years I have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family No better pill can be used for constipation sick headache ect than these famous pills Scores of testrmonials prove their worth Sold by Im TAKE CARE OF YOUR ROPE Use Plenty of Soap Where There Is Much Friction and Prevent It from Twisting Discussing the subject of how to a hay rope from twisting Mr George Benbow in a recent issue of Wallaces Farmer says What you want to do is to compel the hemp fiber to conform itself to the new position in the rope The hemp as It comes to the rope walk to be is straight The fibers are joined and twisted to form a thread time threads are doubled and twisted lo form a strand and the strands are twisted together to form a rope With all this twisting is it a wonder original fiber resists Now to boil your rope or soak it lit water or to lay it In the dew deadens the twist and this will be done at the expense of your rope A rope maker will tell you never to wet a rope After being wet it will never again be strong as was before A good rope always twists more or less with damp or very dryweatherNow your new hay rope I am supposing It is hung ready for work As you look up the rope is twisted from right to left most likely in a new rope Now use a little patience Take the end where the horses are hitched and take two or three turns but of the rope Then run it back and forth and if you have not taken enough turns take two or three moro until you get it right Most likely when the rope gets older the twist will be frpm left to right as up In this case put a few twists in It and It will be all right Beware of a rope so old that it hangs dead in all kinds of weather It is nearly gone for work and is dangerous Instead of robbing your rope of its strength by boiling and wetting feed it Take a bar of good soap and run it along as the rope back and forth The soap will soon find its way all over the rope and it will add to its strength and it work more smoothly I know this is work but if you will take patience and soap you be well repaid for the time spent Use plenty of soap where there is much friction Take care 1 gout and waterEx the swain Ianswered pausethen oppressive u It III R E McRoberts u as it I you 100Y runs h recently bathing irrepressible prevent manufactured Rime make will of your rope c t i I QUAHTJGRLY REPORT Peoples Paint Lick Ky AT TImE CLOSE OF BUSINESS June soth 1905 KESOUKCKS- Lonnsnml Discounts Overdraftssecnre Overdrnftsunsecured National Blinks 10 Due from State flanks and Bankers Banking House and Lot Mortgages 7 Currency 37 Furniture and Fixtures 734S9 10 11U 47 52 9 1221347 IMO CO 10587 00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In e 1100000 34DepositsSUIMMHIIKXTA ItY Highest amount of indvliteilness of or firm the of theIndividual members thereof jr indirectly if such Indebtedness ex cent of capital stock ac In and amount of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of Indebtedness of director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent paidupciipltal stock of None Does amount of indebtedness of person company or firm including In the or II rm the liability of individual members exceed 10 percent of capital and actual surplus No WWereinttrcst and taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring divi Wits nut less than 10 cent of net profits of the batik for the covered dividend car to the surplus fund before dend was declared Yes State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G of Hank of Paint Lick Ky a Hank located and doing business in the town of Iaint Lick in said county being duly sworn that the forego report is jn all respects a true statement of the condition of said Dauk at the close of business on the 10th day of JUlie llKfi to till best of his and belief anti fur ther says that the business of said Itank has been transacted at the location named and not and that the above report is made lu compliance with nn ollicial notice received the Secretary of the day of June lHXi as the lily on which report shall be made W G Kemper Cushier W S Fish Garrard county Kentucky Commission expires Jan 11 1JOS J It Woods i K L Arnold Directors M Coy J JUAIITEULY IIELOJIT Of TUB CLOSE OK BUSINESS Friday June 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unse Mired from National Hanks f from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust Companies Itankine House and Lot Other Real Estate Mortgages ponds Other Stocks and Bonds Exchange forCIeafing Other Items carried nsJ Furniture and Fixtures Fund to pay Current Give description locution value sillhow nil real estate ex cept banking house and lot if any owned longer LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash Undivided Profit line Depositors as follows viz to checkfou is not paid 22012 42 subject to check on interest is paid Demand certificates of ltson which Interest is deposits- on which interest Saving deposits which Certified Checks Due National Banks line State Bauks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers outstanding 4072 49 Hills Unpaid dividends and unpaid Capitol Stock not pelt SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder person company or firm liability- of the or firm the liability of the individual thereof directly- or Indirectly exceeds 2o per cent of capital stock and actual amount of surplus of the bank No How Is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured Highest amount of indebted ness of any director or olli cer if amount of such in debtedness exceeds cent of capital stock of blink Xo How Is some secured Does amount of indebtedness of or including the liabil- Ity of the or firm liability of the individ oat thereof ex ceed3o cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No If so state amount such indebtedness Xo Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses in terestand tuxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not than lo cent of n t of the bank for the period covered by the divi surplusfundwas declared Total State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss I J M of a Bank located and doing business in the town of in said county being du ly sworn ways the foregoing report nil a true statement of condition of the lank at the close of business on the Seth tiny of June 95 to the best of his knowledge belief and further says that above is made in compliance with un oOlcal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 19o3 as the on which such report shall be made J SI SMITH Cashier Subscribed and sworn to me by J 31 Smith the rd day of July 190o W A Pet tns Public in and state and aforesaid Commission as Xotary Public expires January 22nd IMS C C BFCKKU R II PKTTU- SKI BALLARD Directors Three Good and Just Reasons There are three reasons why mothers perfer One Minute Cough Cure first It is absolutely harmless Second It tastes good children love it Third It cures Coughs Croup and Wooping Cough when other remedies fail Sold by R E McRoberls o Tns BanK A 235 43 Dnefrom CS 13 1J3G3a 60 1 OI Ia tO orfirmo per all IIn j o I till by elsewhere Stlllede i lIIttJn lIch GKemper OF TIE Bank 2SG91 90 21125 3081 o oo 11 ter than five years tt4fa S2 15060 00 35191 Time certlfledlesof I actual 1 eomlllln rs er 1 tI4fG 82 T r I I location before r Iv lm f C s 60 449213 1000 CO tit ily paid ap fed Says rom nth also svI c- AT 51062 SIT 5113 07 S Specie I bfk94- 9urrency 18W O0 l0Taxes Expenses Last mar Tots Fund which interest which l toil re If pabl up dim respects PAINTS We guarantee to give you a better ITT less ZbvObT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I F for E I I t I f Business jtfld BargainsF- resh bread at miners restaurant everyday tf John Majjce has a nice line of frro ceries give him a trial ordcj tf John Magee has a new roofing called Never Wett guaranteed to tit leak it is durable try it N tf Short settlements make long friends Ilaselden Robinson Goto John MaKee and dressed lumber the Robt Stone stand tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf glimmer bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your home bakery tf NevcrWett rooting is 100 per square why pay will give you better results for sale by John Ma ee tf Settle your accounts with Ilaselden Robinson July 1st See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf Money to Loan On real estate at usual rate of inter est Mrs Ann M Doty Lancaster Ky Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I P Thompson Tax Notice City tax 1005 are now due and the city needs the tax and must have the money S D Ilothwell tf Tax Collector I FOP Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on West at Post Office 3f New stock of machine needles at C9 tf Thompsons Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett aed Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kauawu Salt II B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at G 9tf Thompsons i Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that 1 have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order rill convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf Clean Your Premises By order of the Boardof 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 Rothwcll 2t M C L All kind of seeds for sale i Golden Millet Hungarian Katlir corn cow peas whips or anything you may need in Geld seeds Phone us tf II A Marksbury Sun Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling lowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses sera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Miss Fannie Bishop has several tine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song f tf We want your Paint an3 business we will give you betty value for less money than ju Lan caster Frisbies Drug 4t Coal salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the old stand of J T Williams for in my line which I propose to sell at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in quan tityand quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a tine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf We guarantee our pint not to peel paint it free of charge 4t Frisbies Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 iotr For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 II 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 Lion guaranteed Store at Thompsons old stand Danville street 62tf Ike P Thompson for Doors SaSI etc at 200 when For Rent W I Hungarian Tennessee- or Sto e yearsIf C gh Watt A it Possess- Ion C anything rug of all kinds for all M Door anti Window frames Mouldings finishing lumber Brackets Block ect at Your accounts are due with us July 1st Ilaselden Robinson So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky liS I That Smooth Finish 5 I V John ogees C For Late Planting The best varieties of second crop and Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I PURPOSES1 Examination For Scholarship An examination fur the scholarship to State College Lexington viH niv olllce Ii05 This examination is competitive lull is to all students between the ayes of U and 24 years of age E L Walker Co Supt 2j or JO unfurnished rooms for rent cheap Green Briar Springs For la formation call at the premises or ad dress J Booth Sutton Crab Orchard All parties indebted to the estateof Dr II C Herring decd will please call and settle with Fisher Herring administrator at once as the business must be woundup tf Dont fail to settle your accounts with Ilaselden Robinson I Biggest Best The g FAIR and RACING j Association fE Remember the dates A BIG 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cards free nMinirmitntfmmwmiirmnFwirimiromrwiiMtfiiniMtMir You go to a Why Note Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for BUGGIESIngood work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros 3 SOLD E cROBERTS BAKER for BREAD r D- VR Illl1111111111IU1I11111U111111111111J111111111111111U11111 1U11111111lII k s rO I HOUSE FOR ICE AND STORAGE Plans for Building Which Is Suitable for Use on the Average Farm A very effective cold storage room for farm use is shown by the accom panying engraving of a house 25 feet square and same height It is built en tirely above ground and is so perfectly insulated that the cold room is held at a temperature of 35 degrees In sum CROSS SECTION OF HOUSE teer while in constant use The thus tration shows the construction so well that little explanation is necessnry The cold room Is lighted by two win dows which have three sets of sash cemented tightly in place The drain Bge is carried off by a series of V shaped iron troughs running between the joists which carry the water to one pipe where It is conveyed outside through a trap The troughs between the joists are fastened together so there is no trap in the floor below By the arrangement shown no saw dust or other material comes in con tact with the ice and the air of the room circulates around and over it The atmosphere of the cool room Is always dry pure and sweet Farm and Home HANDY ROOF LADDER One That Is Easily Made and Is In dispensable in Repair ing Roofs When making small repairs on roofs the best kind of a ladder is one with a single large hook as shown in the 11 IC I I TIlE ROOF LADDER lustration These can be made In tha farm forge and are better than the boughten ladders They catch easily bold the ladder Hat on the roof and will hold it either straight or slanting to one side The ladder in this case Is also homemade and the rounds are of one halfInch Iron A Fiske In Farm and Home Surface Dressings Surface dressings for meadows becoming more and more common be cause effective Good surface dressing is barnyard manure put on with a ma nure spreader It not only acts as a mulch but supplies considerable quan titles of plant food Orange Judd Farmer The Weight of Evidence First Monkey Prof Baboon deliv ered quite an interesting discourse on the question Do the human animals think Second Monkey What is the opinion First Monkey Well he doesnt know exactly lie says they cer tainly do a good many things which Indicate that they Following OrrtiTH Mrs Hiram Often Here Bridget koydusty it is under the bed Bridget Yesm Mrs Hiram Offen Havent I im pressed upon you that you must sweep under the beds Bridget Av course maam an how could the dust get there if I hadnt swept it under Philadelphia Press plplngI are dontPuck see t professors i I acl BOWLING GREEN KY Sustains Teaebers Scientific Classic Lay Catalogues and Journals Free MENTION COURSE W Depend much upon good health If the women of today lose in g comparison with the women of Washingtons day in matter g of fine manners be in no Q small part due to the fact that o most women suffer from worn g anly diseases It is very hard o to be polite and courteous suave O of manner smooth of speech when pain is thrusting its darts g into the body O Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip 5 tion cures the womanly diseases 9 which make women nervous and o irritable It establishes dries weakening drains heals o inflammation and ulceration and o cures female weakness It cures headache backache nervousness t sleeplessness and other ills which Q are the result of womanly disease You have heartfelt thanks for the kind advice you sent me writes Mrs Florence Archer of Eason Macon g Co Tenn Words fail to express J what I endured for about eight with female trouble The pain o that I had to endure each month no tongue can These bearing down backache o tress in my stomach and sores in my O breast in limbs they have all J left me and health has taken the place j of these distressing troubles After p taking six bottles of Dr Pierces Fa Prescription and using the local treatment you I felt like a p new woman Of Pierces Pleasant Pellet are the most dsairsklB laxative for O use OCCGOOCGOOOOOOOOeCG r J 1Good 8 e regularity c II 0 l women c 1igeis SEASONABLE FARM NOTES Any kind of land that is underlaid with a quicksand subsoil Is not to relied on for the raising of crops About 20 pounds Is the amount of alfalfa seed required per acre to give the best of results on fairly good land As a rule a soil that Is loamy on top and clayey underneath is good farming land provided that the drain age is good Crossbreeding animals does not generally yield satisfactory results nor will crossbreeding seed plants bo likely to give us any better results in the main Corn that has been permitted to fully mature on the stalks gives the best results when used for seed might expect this as it is in with natures plan Do not select the ears of corn for seed too early this fall The corn is increasing in substance nnw and this should be allowed to as long as possible Until the is all in the kernels they will not have attained full vitality FOR REMOVING BOWLDERS Simple Bit of Engineering That Does Away with a Lot of Digging Getting our bowlders from cultivated fields Is a matter of no little labor If the bowl Wv der is deeply 1m V v C beded in the earth jffi A large stone can be handled read fly when upon the surface hut much more laborious digging is if the bowlder to he hauled out by main strength by a team A sin pIe bit of engineering that will greatly help in this case Is shown in the ac companying illustration Two stout 2x4 scantlings are bolted at top and placed above bowlder as shown Chains are fastened around bowlder and to a scantling a third of the way from bottom A long chain or rope from top of scantling to double tree of the team gives the connecting link On starting up team the bowlder will be lifted out upon the ground very easily for reasons that anyone with a eye can readily see O M OHalr In Agricultural Epitomist Keep the Farm Tools Clean In no other way can good thorough work be done so quickly and easily as with tools kept in nice working order And after you are through with them store them away in a dry place Have a place for every tool and put it in its place When you lay them away coat all steel parts with oil mixed with white lead or lard and kerosene the latter to prevent the rats from eating off the grease Then In the spring when you draw out the tools you will have no trouble In getting them to do good service E L Morris In Epitomist Put Him to Sleep sat down in my easychair last night and picked up that new novel of Scribblers and I didnt get to bed until four this morning idea Why I thought it awfully tiresome Knox Exactly It was nearly four oclock when I woke up in my chair TitBits A Judge of Shoes I order shoes of yon are you sure you can make a good fit good fit Just you ask Mr Richman He always comes to gets his shoes made to measure Who is Mr Richman He is the owner of that big shoe fac tory Y Weekly to Cuba in the last fiscal year 10176 were from Spain There were but lLOO Amer aswomen do not seem to like Is other than Spanish women Onethird ofthe Americans and Canadians who go here accompanied by their women folk e I I accordance intended goon substance Labor- Ious especially required i fastened mechan- Ical KnoxI CoxThe StrangerIf CobblerA downtownN CubaOut theCubathat ar t W rn and Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS lCo NTr WwrN YOU IIIAYr National School of Telegraphy CommercIal and H H Green KyAddress CHERRY President Bowilng t w Ihp Influence Exerted by the ChurcJt Forcibly Illustrated n School Teachers Experience A young girl in whose home there had been no religious influence al though the parents were honest and people went to teach in an outoftheway country neighborhood It was her first school She was alone and among strangers but she soon that that was not the greatest deprivation she was forced to suffer She found that her patrons were Illit erate rough and quarrelsome They were In constant litigation feuds between families which gave rise to all manner of violence cattle were maimed fences were torn down that the crops might be destroyed by the that ran at large The crossroads grocery was the private rendezvous Here the men assembled to drink smoke and play cards There was no church within some miles and Sunday was devoted to visiting amongst the better families and to horse racing and fox hunting amongst the worst The children who were enrolled as pupils in the school showed all the lack of proper training andthe effects of the evil with which they were constantly brought iff contact They were not only Ignorant but they had no desire to learn Most of them held education in unconcealed contempt With this they were profane disobedient nursing a sullen envy and hatred for those whom they could not help perceiving were their superiors They had no comprehension of respect or subordina tion The life of the young teacher was almost unendurable but she had pluck and perseverence and she would not be driven away She taught the term to its close But every penny of her salary had been earned many times over She would not have of this could she have felt that her earnest efforts to benelit the dren had not been in vain that all that she sought to Impart by precept and example had not been counteracted by the evil in their homes The next year she secured a school in an entirely community The farms there were well tilled the houses and their surroundings were neat and comforta ble The whole face of the country side was smiling and prosperous When the school opened the boys and girls came cheerful and rosyfaced respect fill and willing and anxious to be taught They were neatly dressed be speaking the thrift and industry of their parents They spoke gently and in short they were the in every respect from the poor creatures amongst whom her work be gan the previous year Her boarding place was comfortable and clean her privacy was respected and she was and happy She wondered what could have made such a difference In two communities both within the pale of civilization both about the same from the county seat and the rail road As she went to and from her school she saw upon a wooded knoll a little church The yard was enclosed in a good fence there were sheds under which the farmers teams could be sheltered the grass was cut and there an air of care and well being about the place It was this church that made the difference It was the source of the moral and spiritual life of the and there was not a family in the whole region that did not feel its regenerating power for the spiritual life In its development effects the mind and the manners Where there had been brawling ignorance drunkenness and hatred in the churchless neighborhood here she found charity and forbear ance care for the poor and the sick an allpersuading atmosphere of love and ministration No sermon could have been half so convincing She had lived in an irreligious community then in one where the laws of God and man were reverenced and respected There was no uncertainty in her mind as to which was the better of the two in which it was pleasanter to live She went home soundly and permanently converted Advance RAMS HORN BLASTS It takes many a tumble to keep us humbleA feeling is far from a rock foundationHe declines no pleasure declines In power An unfed soul will mean an unfinished character The teacher Is to lead men Into truth not to throw it at them To live every day as if it might be our last is to make It our best A mans force in this world Is Jn the In proportion to his fashionableness It will end at His feet Many sermons are singular failures because they are preached in the singular number first person What a Sin Is A little girl was called to court one day to be a witness She was so small that the lawyers thought she might not know what an oath was So they asked her some questions- Do you understand the nature an oath asked a lawyer Yes sir said the little girl What is it It Is a swear What do you mean when you sty It is a swear Well it is that I have to tell the truth That would be a sin What is a sin A bad mark from God They let the child tell what she knew and they all believed her Rams Horn Duke Would Help Him Yes said the billionaire it is my wish to die comparatively poor Oh you dear old papa exclaimed his fair aaughter The duke proposed last night and I accepted him Isnt that just your luck Kansas City Star Behind the Scenes The audience is pretty cold but I guess the snowstorm In the act will warm them up Thi- SceueShlfter TWO intelligent existed animals complained chil- e different deferentially contented dIs- tance WaS neighborhood frequently verse awayfrom or whatthen third i r EAMrLES discovered opposite IT 1QdA tHyo And o think that ten months ago I lopVed like this I I owe it to German Syrup timeworn injnnction Never put off til tomorrow what you can is now generally presented in this Do That the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with you have been struggling for sev eral weeks JTake some reliable remedy for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold continued use for a few will cure you completely JNo matter how cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a it has in thousands of parently hopeless cases of lung trouble JNew bottles 25c regular size 750 At all druggists For sale by It IJ ITIcItobrrf Leading Up to It Bho with an arm around his neck It snakes you happy to know I am pleased doesnt it dear He Why yes And you are happy when you whis tIe arent you dear Wiry of course Well love I know you are going to whistle when you see this millinery bill Yonkers Statesman Warned in Time Mr Hardnutt I adnt sir that my life has not been what it should be but I truly and unselfishly love your and if ever I give her a moments pain I hope Ill be made to suffer torture for It Old Gentleman warningly Oh you will You dont know her N Y Week ly steaks tou h at our boarding house Hut I get quickly through it You the pieces are so small One Jofsnt have to chew it Republic FRIENDLY CRITICISM do I today I das days Compensation- The St Louis t a d a The rim nd cures a daughter see The Friend Huh Im afraid youre up against a cold dinner ENTERTAIN THE ENGLISH This American Family Could Think of Nothing Save the Tub Which Proves Undoing The two pretty American girls had met two delightful Englishmen on the way across says a writer in Lippin cots and had given a cordial invita tina warmly seconded by their to Sir Charles and his friend to visit them at their country home One day a message came saying the two men would arrive that afternoon Tire family was thrown into a fever ot excitement and many plans of enter tainment for their guests were sug gested and abandoned It was finally decided that as Englishmen are no toriously fond of a tub and their guests were coming directly from the train they should first be invited to take a bath After that the hostess would rely on the inspiration of the moment The young men arrived promptly and after some demurring were hurried off to the bathroom In about an hour they emerged and went Immediately to their hostess saying We are sorry to leave so soon but we only came to make a call and our train leaves in 15 minutes Colorados Rapid Advance Colorado aroused great interest at the Purchase exposition at St Louis Her record is one to open the eyes of the world for in two weeks the state was awarded seven first prizes including one for agriculture mining pottery honey juvenile court education precious stones and beauty of installation of exhibits potboiler mother for th3 1905 Kodol Almanac and q r Ask The undersigned hereby give warn lug to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice A r Tompson II G Petttis L WmColdiroir Jas R Henry Miller 1 II lligsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Iliirsby W S Ferguson A Rev Treatment or the pores of the skin which the complexion Many people especially ladies are scaly skin black heads pimples arid blotches Such ail merits are generally treated with cold creams face lotions witch hazel prepar ations etc which only afford temporary relief if The trouble the inactivity of the pores of the skin If the are and perform their duties properly the complexion will be good unless the person is from some chronic trouble- A Louisville chemist has succeeded in perfecting a product known as Para when applied to the face and hands or any part the body tle pores removes all unnatural obstructions by stimulating the circulation ninth induc ing perspiration Iaracamph sweats out the trouble It washes out the pores of the skin snakes them healthy arid active thereby giving a smooth rosy satin specialists with the greatest success arid is highly endorsed by all physicians to the fact that it pure and harmless Paracamph can be purchased at any firstclass drug store or if your dealer does not keep order direct the The price is within the reach of all Sold only in BOc and 1 00 bottles Manufactured by Tire Paracamph Company Louisville Ky C C J E Stormes POSTED Hutchins Mrs P II Gill n C LawsonVA healthy preparationis factory beautifies OCflS sic only DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATSI 00 bottla contains 2 4 times the trial which for 50 CM E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 500 year Calendar For sale by R E McBOBERTS Lancaster Ky DfSPEPSIACURE The ella PJUPAKBD ONLY AT TH LABORATORY or sIze S Right time to cure Catarrh It IJ HiKobcrt Ri Will Cure If mtvn Jlyuiiici I ftuw Tire early summer when the weath er becomes warm and settled Is the best time of the whole year to treat catarrhaltn u lIes n of complete and lasting relief Everyone who has catarrh or a ten dency to catarrh should use Hyomei now for the benefit will be gained twice as quickly and the disease thoroughly eradicated from tern Tire complete Ilyomei outfit costs but one dollar includes a neat inhaler medicine dropper mini sulll cient Ilyomei for several weeks treatment The inhaler lasts a and if more Hyomei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for cents In Lancaster there are scores of well known people who have been cured of catarrh by Ilyomei If it does not cure you R E McRoberts will return your money Tins is the Strongest evidence he can offer as to his faith in the remedy Bank Stock As Executors of J S Robinson decd we will on Saturday July 8th l0r at 110 p in in front of the court house in Lancaster Ky sell at public outcry 17 shares of tire capital stock of the National Hank of Lancaster of stock in Citizens National Haul of Lancaster tliirtylive shares of stock in Merchants and Mechanic Bank of Columbus Ga 15 shares of stock in Fourth National Hank of Ga 2 bonds Noi and pat value f00 each of Lancaster Terms made known on day of sale Mrs Ann W Robinson Extx 5t J C Robinson Exor Ii j s u with the xp tclati tire sys lifetime Columbus Water- Works i How Germ Diseases Start People With Weak Stomachs in a Continual State of Danger u Nearly all disease germs that lind lodgment in the system gain entrance with the air we breathe or through out food and drink If the stomach and digestive organs be weak so that food does not readily digest they will contain ji sour slimy fermenting mass an ideal spot for the disease germs to grow and spread through tine whole system If you suiYer with headache back ache variable appetite nausea at the pit of the stomach sallow skin heart burn furred tongue and general debility it shows that the stomach has been overworked and weakened A liftv cents box of Mi ona tablets will give quick and speedy relief Ask R E McRoberts one of the most reliable Druggists in Lancaster U show you the strong guarantee under which he sells Mi n na gua wing sleeplessness The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO C A R DENNY Pr dent JOUN E STOHMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird i O O00000 000000 0000000 00000 00 O 2 c fa J F Robinson Asst Cashr Q 2 2 o o o o o o o g 1493- c C a g Oi LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident RIF WALKEII Vice Prest r JJ a P ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo- B F HUDSON Cashier A W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper I Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention d Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Assets Jan 1 1905 390060200 Insurance in 1 1905 1028000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of issue Payment of prumium the only co diLlon 2 premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request in case of tire payment of one 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 condjtitions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death j 0 Several options in settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic benefit if insured does not make a selection 7 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 you will tin out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to sub mit for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage of respectfullyyour M D Hughes Agent M D Hughes Agent What Vill the annual deposits be to insure my life your Company on this plan for tire sum of 1 day of 18 Address iii DiR I ForceJan Automatically nonforfeitable as soon as one f default after premium I for a ageYours In was born on the Name i person s 2 and BEad der Diseases an Every Form any FeepEo nave Kidney TroubSo end Oo Pitoi ESnow Hi HOW TO FIND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the other organs are affected you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Foleys Kidney Cure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will bo restored to perfect health now TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust or small particles float rout in it your kidneys are diseased and Foley9 Kidney Cure should be taken at once FoSeys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better at once It corrects slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Livo Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still getting worse the doctors advised me if I had any business to attend to I had attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent my son to the store for it and after taking three bottles I be gnu to get better and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes 60o and Si 00 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Of course you want n RIH ILL III LIB I 9 H we have tine sa Swellesi Line in Central Kentucky iSALLIE I TIllHT I1 ttWiTOYtoYiW I ru11 CURE Cures Kidney immediately- and ther sed- Iment I It better For sale CC l 7tJJ I I v 0 The L TEST STYLES in m tJtWtflfJJ JTSEY N by JE Stori- nsiG7i Wparpn UiJesse Insurance Agent 4 Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners In Lancaster arid Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire lightning and Tornado Isone hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel or Phone SWINEBROAD at Lancaster and Insure your property against Fire LiiitoiBi Windstorms Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Courtyinan every tune Residence Phone 132 Ollice Phone 4Q 1 represented See WritB