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THE CENTRALSiX TKKXTlt TEA K LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 14 1905 4 RECORDI NUNBBB1l p 3 4Li Have your Roofing REPAIREDWe class work at reasonable Dont Put It Off During summer months we offer Special Bargains i N Furniture W j can furnish yonr house from cellar to garret and with our easy pay meat system You Never Miss the Money Please remember when you need furniture that Were the People to See Hamilton Dunlap j Successors to JA Keazley Co JA WIM trS I and I Guttering I I 1 I JR H I tHdWItW1iNtflJ r I I I II Beazley Undertaker I t II I ry rates I1 now 1 Arterial anti Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in Stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 o n rTh USE I ARKS QTIXS j Boots Shoes Rubbers f Cost Best o I Salesman E C BOCuS p WmIIcrmlon G I tiwlnehroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Storihes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business irri2 3TJ ti CINCINNATI leastWear II L I R Law C CHRIS FARIS I i r lwwus azsYnaasxacc x scu a t I t 1 Dentist over Thompons store st l6 Office Dlln 9 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 friends that we are in the market for ATL KINDS OF CHAIN and pay market value for same We also wish to state in this connection that we will be the market for New Wheat and as heretofore pay the highest market price Please remember also we keep all kind of Held seed such as Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Cow Peas Millet and Hungarian seed tf H A B Marksbury Sop n l t5 r ou Sr r Local Notes Another hotel Why sure All out for the fair grounds Talk Hotel Dont throw water Roasting ears are ripe and plenti rul How about a hotel week Would be nice wouldnt it The hotel hen is on and we believe fruit will be brought forth Secretary Davidson promises an line display of it rains the Crab Orchard Farr July 21 One of the greatest in the State Mr E W Harris heads the list of tomato raisers this season having the largest and best crop in town The crop of croakers has greatly di minished and those working for the hotel have almost a clear track A good dinner will be set on the grounds each day price 35c at the Crab Orchard Fair July 19 20 and 21 The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association have received a one fare round trip plus 25 cents rate to their meeting 1 nly 1 20and 21 Sax is all right Watch him swell np and go after that baritone Fie can take a hand organ set to play old huctlrcd and get 150 cut of it You can get a good dinner on the fair grounds at reasonable price The Fair Association is furnishing the hollers and will be strictly first class say Lancaster will have more good stock than any Fair in the crcuit As none of the horses have been beaten they will all come here to size up the situation The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association gives a number of high class show rings in the forenoon and running trotting and pacing races in the afternoon each day July 19 20 and 21 Saxton Trosts celebrated Band of Lexington Ky will make music for the Crab Orchard Fair July 19 20 and 21 also for the hop each night at Crab Orchard Springs Every body go and have a good time T BLong the best hotel ever in this section of the Si ate won a rep utatlon for the Garrard Hotel which caused traveling men to hustle to get their Sunday layover in Lancaster It can be done again The U D Cs met with Mrs Jas A Royston July 3rd All enjoyed the many talks and pieces read The hos tess served Cream beaulet and Ua biscoes Our next meeting will be Notice will be given in the Central Record U D C Colored Knights of Pythias About twenty colored men have or ganized a lodge of Knights of Pythias and will be duly installed next week The colored people have lodges of nearly every order the white people have some of them in very good con dition both as to membership and financial standing The proposed new City Council can not be beaten no matter who goes up against it If thay are elected you may look out for a general cleaning out of blind tigers weeds dirty al leys mud holes in the streets etc etc Look at the names signed to the petition and you will see the class of citizens who urged this ticket to run Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profession Read the display adver tisement of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy in this issue and learn how easily a young man or lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a post Lion tfD The Danville Stage have a comfortable wagon and good horses and can convey passen gers to and from Danville in reasona ble time I leave Lancaster at 745 a m arrive at Danville at 1030 a m Returning I leave Danville at 130 p m arrive at Lancaster at 430 p m Special care given to parcels express and trunks Charges very reasonable- tf Susie Hatcher Millinery Store Sold Miss Rettie Broaddus has purchased the millinery stock from Mrs J F Lear and taken possession of the store is a milliner of experience and will handle the best goods at reasonable prices She has ordered a big line of new goods which will be here this week and extends a cordial invitation to the ladies to call and see them You Cant Beat These Men A petition has been circulated asking the following gentlemen to allow their names to be on the ticket for- r City Coucilmen J E Stormes C D Powell Sam Haselden Denney James Conn and Ir J Bltlnnalrd Over two hundred of the best citizens of Lancaster have signed the petition A glance at this list will show better more conservative ticket can not be secured nor the towns interest placed in better hands They ale each for progress and will do all in their power for the business Intererts of the community at large I this hosieryIf Go to lIO and ulan 11 Liner her I S C unusually Iio semen C Aug prlp cd that a The Right Man The City Council has appointed Ed Bishop to fill out the unexpired term of the late Robt Kinnaird and Mr Bisnop is now warming the woolsack on the chief executives chair It would have been impossible to find a better man for this place and The Record congratulates the city dads upon the wise selection The people are all for Bish to have the position permanently and will elect him in November no matter who sticks his head up against him In the language of the illustrious Col Tom lull mark our prediction Farmers Stack Your Wheat Dont wait for the thresher but stack You can stack before your wheat is dry enough to thresh then you have your wheat safe and can thresh at your convenience Another thing take a garden rake and clean thoroughly of all loose wheat or straw and rake the stack hard enough to turn the lents of the wheat or bundle down this affords better drainage H A B Marksbury Entertainment for Editors The special committee on entertain merit for the meetingof theKentucky State Press Association which will meet CrabOrchard Springs the week beginning July 24 met with the edi tor of The Record in this city Sunday talked over the plans and arranged a most delightful bunch ot attractions and entertainments for the benefit of the large crowd of editors who will at tend the meeting Those hare Sun day were Messrs Clarence E Woods of the Richmond Climax Harry McCar tv of the Nicholasville Journal ann Vernon Richardson of the Danville News T h e management of the Springs has engaged Storms Lexing ton Military Band and Orchestra and this splendid musical organization will play two concerts each morning and afternoon The orchestra will play during the dinner and supper hours and furnish music for two balls and a german to be given in cf the editors The committee mention ed above arranged for a big eucher party for the ladies of the party to be given one afternoon also several guessing contests in which hamlsomc prizes will he awarded A special will look after the comfort of the ladies and a most pleasant time is in store for them For the men a game of base ball fat mans racebow ling contests sack and potato races and many other amusing affairs have been arranged All this will take place during the afternoons as the en tire mornings will be devoted to the transaction of business Mr Willis the geiiial manager of the Springs will serve a handsome banquet during the meeting to which the ladies will be invited Some of the best speak ers in the newspaper business will res pond to appropriate toasts the Lex ington Military Band will play during the meal This is looked forward to with great pleasure At the conclu sion of the banquet time german will be danced in the dance will be especially decorated for the oc asion Will Sue for Damages Holmah Glass a wellknown and popular young man of Garrard county was tried in the Garrard Quarterly Court Thursday June 29 under the charge of taking railroad ties from the Ohio Valley Tie Co After hearing the testimony County Judge Ford ve ry properly Mr Glass The evidence was conclusive of his inno cence that those who heard the trial were very Indignant that the Ohio Valley Tie Co should perpetrate such an outrage on a worthy gentleman Mr Glass was represented at the trial by J Willard Mitchell of Nicholas yule It is rumored that Mr Glass has employed Messrs Mitchell Welch and N L Bronaugh to represent him in a suit he expects to bring against the Ohio Valley Tie Co for quite a large sum in the way of damage A Big Land Sale Richmond Register The magnifi cent farm of Col J Stone Walker was sold publicly on Thursday and II B Hanger being the highest and best bidder became the purchaser of the 540 acres at 13010 per acre aggrega ting 470200 This farm was as the best Blue Grass farm in Madison county all things consider ed In fertility and beauty it stands unsurpassed In all this section The contest for its purchase was a battle royal and its price fixes a new stand ard for thevalue of the best land in this county and hereafter all high prices will be referred to or measured by this magnificent sale It is an un doubted fact that the soil is deeper and more productive on the best lands in this county than in any other part of the bjue grass Mr Hanger Is a member of the firm of Mason Rogue Co which stands as one of the largest and most contracting firms in the United States They constructed Chica go Drainage Canal the canal St Marie Michigan connecting Lake Superior and Lake Michigan and nu merous acqueducts and tun pets throughout the country and are still actively engaged in this business We congratulate him upon his acqui sition of this grand farm which the landed his father In law the late Wlliian Arnold you strtk honor committee hallwhich discharged so J II tb at Sault ad- Joins of advertised C successful railroad handsome estate A HOTEL IN SIGHT Energetic and PublicSpirited Citi zens Devise a Plan to Build ToDate Hotel Site of A number of those citizens woo have their home towns interests at heart and who believe in investing the they make oir Lancaster peo pie in Lancaster enterprises have formed a plan whereby a handsome can be erected on the site where the Garrard stood and it can be done without any hardship to anyone All necessary is fora few men to subscribe a few hundred dollars in stock and the new house is an assured fact The money can be obtained right here in stock and the newMiouse is an assured fact The money can be obtained right here in Lancaster and that too at a reasonable rate of interest while the party furnishing it will take a large number of shares of the stock We deem It advisable to not print the en tire plan but simpiy to state that if the people of Lancaster want a first class hotel want the old vacant spot tilled in with a handsome up todate hotel that will relict credit upon the community and desire to put a stop to Lancaster being looked upon as a backwoods lieu bitten village they can bring about the desired end by subscribing a few dollars to this en terprise The old hotel company has donated the lot in other woras have taken stock to that amount and head the list with three thousand dollars Several other progressive citizens have agreed to take stock to equally as lib eral an amount so you sec the plan is well started A gentleman at the head of the tells The Record that he firmly beieves that the whole matter will be In tangible shape in less than ten days but of course all depends on the way monied men take hold for the town and it will not be near so hard to get assistance as it was a few years ago when every suggestion was hoot ed at and every move forward frowned upon This being the case and the plan suggested being so feasible The Record feels safe in predicting that Lancaster will soon have another ho tel even better than the Garrard who won more friendly comment for Lan caster than any enterprise she ever had Good Sale of Bank Stock One of the largest sales of bank stock ever held in this section of the state was conducted here Saturday by the administrators of the estate of Judge S Robinson The sale was conducted by Capt Ike M Dunn the veteran auctioneer The shares were sold in blocks of tire and were purchased by the following par ties shares in Citizens National Bank of Lancaster to W I Williams at 128 per share live in same to Yates Hudson at 120 50 live in same Stone at S127 live in same to J E Rob inson at 125 five in same to J E Rob inson at 12675 live in same to Thos Stone at 127 the in Fourth Nat Bank Columbus Ga to Jake Robinson at 175 five in same to Jake Robinson at 170 five in same to Jake Robinson at 17550 live in National Bank of to Cam Hays at 8123 five in same to Hays at 130 five in same to Thos Stone at one share in same to Capt Win Herndon at S131 five shares in Merchants and Mechanics National Bank Columbus Ga to Jake Robinson live in same to Jake Robinson at 110 50 five in same to Jake Robinson at 11250 live in same to Jake Robinson at 15 shares in same to Jake Robinson at a share Lancaster Water Works bond No 5 par value 500 to J E Robinsou at bond No G in same to J E Robinson at 500 Real Estate Transfers I The real estate agency of Hughes Swinebroad report the following sales made by their agency last week Solon Black to Lydia Murphy 46 acres in Garrard County at 92500 H C Hamilton to Clara Bettis a house and lot in Lancaster at 15000 They report they have buyers for small farms at from 200000 to 400000 any one having such property to sell will do well to see them They are also receiving inquiries for farms that can be sold for 500000 up from parties who desire to locate in Garrard county They already have a splendid list of desirable property for sale both town property and farms and they are ready at all times to consult with prospec tive purchasers and to take options from sellers of all kinds of property Warning to Parents The Record has been informed that a number of boys have been throwing stones at the electric lights and tele phone wires We wish to call the at tention of parents to the severe pen alty for this offense and the determi nation of the owners of the two enter prises to punish to the full extent of the law all parties guilty of the The youngsters who do this of course think of the of the crime so the fault lies with the Cut a beech limb and the urchins along this line The W C T TJ Library will be open Tuesday nights at 8to 9 oclock and Saturday afternoons from 230 to 330 oclock Very attractive lot of bright new books have just been Come and see them tf UpIion I money hot f project 5 to Thos 130 106 112 113 fiO 50150 offense Instruct re- ceIved I Garrard the late Joe Lancaster knot seriousness o The Lancaster Fair Is OnGreat Is PRESIDENT WILLIAM B BURTON I The various committees have been hustling during the past week and all the ninny details for the big fair are complete This Thursday morning at the appointed hour Secretary R L Davidson will give the old farm bell a pull and the Lancaster Fair will be on in earnest Every stall and all the spare stable room in and near Lancas ter is filled with the best horses in the state and it is now an assured fact the exhibition will he the best ever held in this section This was brought about by the large premiums offered and the fact that three or four other fairs follow each week after this one Coming so closely together and in sauce vicinity has encouraged the horsemen to put lots of work on their stock and get their animals in the ve ry best of shape The grounds have been placed in splendid condition while the ring is the not only one of the largest but one of the best The seats are covered with heavy canvass and loca ted so that a good view of the ring may be had from any point A por tion of the space is left for buggies and other conveyances to be pulled up to the ring side There are all kinds of amusements on the grounds plenty of good shade anti water while there are conveyan ces of all kinds to carry passengers to and from the grounds Saxton Trost two musicians whose ability cannot he surpassed have their su perb band on hand and will play during each day The presence of this band is alone worth twice the price of a ticket Time ollicers have had a number of deputy sheriffs sworn in and the hoodlum clement if all will be Held in check On the whole a most delightful time is in I in the stato I j concerts thereat store for the people and if you want to enjoy one more genuine oldfash ioned country rope fair shut up shop and go out to the beautiful grounds Stanford pike only a stones throw from town Tire young gentlemen at the head of this enterprise deserve a world of praise for their pluck and energy Every fair held in Lancaster has been Vinci PKEST II T Loo AX almost washed oIl the map by rains and the threatening weather caused the stockholdeis to lose money and the fact that these gentlemen have had the nerve to attempt another I SECTV R L entertainment for the benefit of our town and county is commendable in deed While the clouds are hanging low as this is written lets all hope for the best and hustle to make the fair a success DID OS OST Walkover Oxfords at Cost 350 Grade for 295 400 Grade for 325 Your size is here Come and get it Bargains In Hot Weather Clothing We have a nice line of two piece suits in Crashes anti Worsteds at wonderfully low prices Bargains In Straw Hats We have just received a nice line of hot weather shirts in all the latest patterns Nice Line of Underwear Everything new and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us H T LOGAN co A 1 fAT C I III- I 0 I II I t4 t4 s f r a y ww J tt Gam A CENTRAL Jssiued VccUy ioojer Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster at SecondClan van Matter Lancaster 14 1905 Mushrooms are a delicate edible They have not been considered of much force or value other than to tickle the palates of epicures But a new use for them has been found raising a church debt of 7000 A big lift one would think for a delicate vegetable like a mushroom one that melts in the mouth at a touch The Christian church of Colum bus Ind will turn the basement into a dark place for raising mushrooms The pastor claims by such means the mortgage on their church may be Any churches in this vicinity weighted down with a Grow mushrooms and lift it with them While the diplomatic world is with the war problem in the east American farmers are wrestling with a big wheat crop in their fields getting ready to supply the country and a large part of the outside world with bread Both bodies are striving to preserve life and both are to be commended The Rev Mr Lappin the pastor who conformed to the celebrated crank of the Christian church of Peoria 111 has resigned after hole ing the pulpit only a few weeks lie that as a crank he was outclassed by most of the members of his congregation Another Ohio banker has been sen Ell Ry July of wrestling fertile requirement probablyfound s RECORD saliva lifter mortgage tenced to prison It this thing peeps up the bankers row in the prison will be overcrowded and the authori ties will have to adopt the cottage plan for tile accommodation of its im prisoned bank presidents and cashiers If the competition between Messrs Carnegie and Rockefeller to sbb which can give the most money Jar purposes fiercer these worthy exponents of the trust idea may conclude that It would be better to pool their interests and to form a gift trust A Shelby county girl was in doubt as to how to answer her lovers of marriage She finally told him she would leave it to the toss of a coin He felt in his pockets and found that he hadnt a cent Then she knew her mind and said No The automobile may have been seen by the prophetic eye of some of the biblical writers as a St Paul minister d hares but it is certain that there were no actual automobiles in those old days for there is no record of Job ever having been run down by one A South Bend boy has received 5 000 from his grand father for having kept the promise not to taste liquor until he Was 21 years old Will the young man construe his obligation to mean that he must now make up for lost time An automobile announces with a great flourish that it will turn oat neat durable machines Just as soon as they can cut ofT two more ciphers from the cost we know where one machine can be sold The opinion of a German scientist that cocoanut meat is the natural food i becomesmuch j for 4CO I I educational college proposal concern each E L Woods W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kcinper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick Ire t INCORPORATED Statmt condition June 30 l 0o KKSOI7KCKS Loan and Discounts Overdrafts Due from banks 121L liunkiiig mouse and Lot J Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 ioJra c- oLIAUILITKS Capital Stock Kutid Deposits 10 5100 47 Cash 13 IGOOO 00 GO 734x9 00 Mortgages 00 4492 Sur r r 34 Individual 5200 6- i0cr 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 CAPITAL I DIRECTORS RGGUYN J B WOODS I COYM R L ARNOLD BURROWS IIJ S E WOODSL W C FISH I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance 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 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 a foot hold as when in a weakened condition The constantly increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of hospital and general practice of itselt 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 an 1 adults grows larger day byday Sold by R E McRoberts lm itgrows strong Some men go to war and bleed for their country and some stay at home and bleed their country There are times when the still small voice of conscience sounds as if it had been filtered through a megaphone The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure for consumption If you fear consump tion or pneumonia it will however be best for you to take that great remedy mentioned by W T Tenn I h d a cough for fouteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Tangs New Discov cry for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effecteda permanent cure quick cure for Throat and Lung Troubles McRoberts Drug Store price 50c and SI 00 guaranteed Trial bottle free 1m I McGee of Vanlee Unequaled of a would he accepted liillch more were Jt not for fact that it the contention that monkeys were our distant ances A St Paul woman of wealth has come to the favors the proposed of the hoopskirt enumerating among its advantages its cleanliness and comfort She might have added that it is much more roomy Of course there isnt the connection between eggs and actors that some the jokesmiths indicateyet it must be a relief to many a poor thespian to know that eggs lowest in price the theatrical off season If New York keeps on putting up skyscrapers and putting down sub ways the question as to distance there will in the future be how high up or how far down instead of how many blocks One hundred and ninety nine Yas sar girls received the degree of bachel or of arts and four the degree of mas ter of arts If these four continue to be master of arts they are likely to break into the bachelors A Chicago puetess has into the dairy business She probably will call them cows from now on in stead of the lowing kine The paragrapher of the New Orleans Piclyune mustbe a girl This was picked up in that paper Theres a man in every honeymoon The liquor men are trying to open a way to a resumption of former Would a corkscrew answer the The higher a dress comes from the financial viewpoint the lower it comes from the public viewpoint Bent Her Double I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg 1a and when I 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 are simply wonderful Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney disorders at McRoberts Drug Store price 0c 1m J II tors f are gone business purpose man l lie strengthens revival t during Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At McRoberts Drug Store Onlyjioc Speaking of sure things there is in addition to death and taxes the rent collector A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be given and liverby tak hug a medicine which will relieve the pain and discomfort via Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most won derful remedyaffordintr sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and 25c at McRoberts lui n to your stomach constipation drug- stOre Of C You Want AS Nice Going To The Fair ourBD If Yo6 Are VEHICLEas anyone there Our Buggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans ElmoreY t 1 L 1Y TitECHKltSVljLE J P Uallaidsold 7 hugs to B D Holtz claw at He J J Thompson bought 20 hogs from James Ramsey at 4c per lb Mrs Sam Carpenter and son Wools visiting in Madison last week Jonn W Cummins has gone to Vir ginia to visit friends for a few days Thos Stigall had a nice mule to drop dead in the mowing machine last Fri dayAmbrose Bingham of Bell county Is visiting relatives here for a few daysW H Cummins and J L Anderson will ship a load of cattle to Cincinnati SaturdayJake colored of this place was drowned near Cincinnati last Thursday Mrs Sam Ballard and children have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B T Lunceford Miss Rhoda White of Stanford has been visiting her cousins Misses Car rie and Marie Thompson Cummins and wife have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hen ry Newland at Cedar Creek Born to the wife of Frank Thomp son a fine boy Also to the wife of a 10 lb girl J II Thompson sold a span 3 year old mules to J C Fox for 240 Also R D Petus a nice combined mare to same for 105 The meeting at Hebron conducted by Rev Jordan and Jones closed Sun day There were several additions and much good was accomplished J L ITutchins will ship a load of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati next Satur day and he and wife will go from Wilmore to attend the Camp meet inky Dr W B Godby and wife of Perry ville spent several days with his Mrs G G Ragan He is in tine health for one of his age and is one of the most profound Bible scholars lie ing today Mr Hurt was in Kirksville Sunday Miss Nannie Goodloe has teen ill for several days Mrs 0 T Layton who has been ill for several days is better Henry C Arnold was the guest of friends in Xicliolasville last Sunday Mr Paul Arnold who has been Illinois for the last year has returned home Miss Carrie Sanders accompanied by Mr Steve Hill visited friends at Sunday Miss Kate Arnold who accepted a position in Louisville is at home to spend vacation Mr Leslie Herndon of Lexington visited his brother Horace at this place last Friday Frank Pierce Jr and sisters were guests of their sister Mrs Oscar Ray at Buckeye Sunday Mr John A Sanders and family their daughter Mrs Hughes Al dridge of Stanford last week Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville has arrived to spend a months vac tion with relatives at this place Mrs Sue Layton of Cincinnati and daughter Mrs Boggs of Richmond visited Mrs J M Hiatt last week J C Criscills has about completed residence which will add greatly to the appearance of our little city Mrs Luther GIbbs entertained sever al of her friends at her beautiful country home near Hyattsville Thurs daySchool began at this place last Parents you should start your children at once so as to get the fu 1 benefitThere will be preaching at Falrview Christian church Sunday Also the Ladles Aid Society meets every day All are cordially invited to Farm Is Best- I have lived long in tne city and long on the farm When I live in the city money Is continually being paid out for myself and each member the family in large and in dril lets When I moved on the farm 1 was astonished to find the same amount of money in my urday night that I had placed there Monday On the firm there is not the same opportunity or inducement money Those who live in the city no matter whether their salary is 10 20 or more dollars per week usually spend every dollar before the end of the year and as fast as is earned But the same people transferred to the farm are enabled to save a portion of their income or wages It is for this reason as well as for many other reasons why the farm is a good place to locate a home Children brought upon the farm are more apt to be economical than those brought ujrin It costs twice as much to clothe a or woman in the city as it does in the country A Green To the friends and patrons of Robt Kinnaird decd I wish to all poi ties expiring will be renewed and kept in force unless otherwise ordered by the assured I will continue his business in Bank of Lan casterand will appreciate tile easiness of his and my friends Most of corn panics represented in this agency have been represented here for at least 40 years and have always paid their promptly Kinnaird s f I were W C Menefee Elmore of thereto n liTAVSYILI Frazier seriously Buckeye visited sum pocketon So fur spending 50 it economical the cIty man arles Notice state theNatioual J n tii sister i hi Monday Thul attend c usually losses K Envies The President has ordered desl rev el a set of photographs of his party taken while on his recent hunting tripnear Glenwood Springs Colorado because a young lady who joined the party and rode directly behind the President unwittingly exposes a pair of very pretty ankles Asshe persist ed in riding behind the President one can easily understand his wrath on beholding in the pictures how much he had missed on the trip Cynthiana Democrat A Famous Phrase All the world knows the remark of the Governor of North Carolina to the Governor of South Carolina Its a long time between drinks The true history of this famous anecdote was told recently by Tilman It ap pears that the phrase was first heard at a political dinner when the Govern or of both North and South Carolina were present The first Governor had delivered a fiery political speech The situation was intense when the turn coma for the Governor of South Caro lina to speak It seemed that any word the Governor might say would complicate the situation even should lie keep silent his opinion would seem clear It was at this critical moment that the Governor of the other rose and inspired by a stroke of Genius remarked Its a long time between drinks The absolutely initial remark saved the situ ation Wheat Versus Tobacco An exchange thinks there is more money for the farmerin wheat per bushel than in tobacco at per acre considering the labor and drain on the land and the difference in the two crops Wheat it is pointed cut is easily and quickly put in the ground and then there is no more labor or trouble with the crop until the harv est and threshing season which with modern methods is a light com paratively cheap job In contrast is the months of hard labor and drudgery and exposure to all sorts of weath er and heavy outlay for help and hand hire and the quick exhaustion of the soil in the production of tobacco Af ter summing up the expenses and re ceipts of a heavy yielding the profit is placed at not more than 3 per acre Thats about the correct figure and when you read of such big money being made in growing tobacco just set it down as coming from not posted as to the cost in mon ey soil labor and back of a bacco crop Libel on Corn Bread Col Phil Thompson the former Kentucky Congressman who for some years has made his homein New York has been entertaining for more than a week a few of his old cronies from the State of Blue Grass look ing the whole thing over thoroughly and seeing about all there was to one of these who is well known throughout the whole commonwealth sized up his observations last night in this sort of way No wonder these benighted Yankees have indigestion They dont know what to eat They havent any genuine hot biscuit New York corn bread is a libel on the real thing Real corn bread is made of is coarse ground meal almost as coarse as bran and as white as llourmixed with water and a pinch of salt and baked in a pone Some enterprising lunch stand man make a fortune some day by making genuine corn bread and offering it for sale All the Southerners in town will patronize him New York Let ter in Cincinnati Enquirer The Small Town is Best It is our belief that in America have too many cities which are too large ands which is too populated We prophesy a com ing disintegration of massed tions and their distribution In a more desirable fashion The small town is next to the coun try It is a better environment for the young man than is the great mc tropolis toward which so many turn their eyes Trolley cars rural trade catalogues and mail order periodicals have done vey much to change the isolation which formerly went with the life in the country It is improving and with it improves the condition of life in the town Heretofore our young men have left the country for the city Some of them were obliged to go there to sue ceed in their chosen line of work For the young man who has a business career in view there Is possibly as good success in a small city as he may hope for In a great one If he has not much money capital has personality his character will more readily atone for that in a small town This paclally true of the professional man Indeed any of intelligence may hope for greater preferment in the small centers of population than in the large As to social life and the general decency aud comfort of pass ing through this vale of tears as exist even they will be far better ten years from now a self respecting family has ten times better chance in a town of ten or fifty thousand inhabitants almost in America than it can by any possibility hope Co have in a city of the first class The small town is a better environment in many ways Not the least of its desirable qualities is the fact that it is closer to the out of doors The who has a cottage of his own with a horse and and shotgun in some place of a few thousand is better off as a man and a citizen than one who is receiving a 20000 salary in any bg city t ii Him Carolina at 1 200 and tobacco crop sources After unboltedthat 4 popla deliveries is es man conditions todayand flj o i 1 non c grease tot beseem wills tie country meagerly small anywhere man bulgy inhabitants K WANTED 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Robinson of Texas is visiting relatives here Din Jones of London has been vis iting here for a few days Miss Ethel Grant of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mrs J It Ilaselden who has been quite sick is very much better Mr Will Goodloe of Paris visited the family of Mr D M Lackey Sunday Miss Dove Harris of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Sim Anderson Misses Emma Soper and Cora Ward of Cincinnati are guests of relatives Mrs J Roc Young of Chicago is vis iting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm AndersonMiss Hamilton has return ed home after several months visit in Mississippi Mrs Joe Falconer and little son For man have returned to their home in Middlesboro Mrs Klbert Smith and children of Jellico are visiting her mother Mrs George Farris Frank Young of Chicago is his grandparents Mr and Mrs William Anderson Miss of Bryantsville is the guest of Miss Margaret Tomlin son Richmond avenue Mr John Hays and family formerly of this place who moved to Oklaho ma about 18 months ago have return ed to spend the summer Mr Claude Wherrlt arrived Wednes day from New Orleans to visit his Mr and Mrs Tom Wherritt Mrs George Burdett and children Mary and George of Chicago are vis iting the family of Mr J W Miller and Chesnut of who have Bern the guests of Mrs B F Walter returned home this week Mesdames Tankersley and Jordan and children of Hamilton Ohio are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J W Piimphrey Messrs Harry McCarty of Nchulas ville Clarence Woods of Richmond and Richardson of Dan ville were guests of Louis Landram Mr R one of the mail clerks on the passenger trains and a mighty clever gentleman was here this week and made this olllce a pleasantcall II is home is in Mrs Kennedy daughter Miss Gussie and Lieut Robt Kennedy of Lexington and Mr Dick Kennedy of Chicago arc visiting Mrs Banks Hud son Danville avenue One of the most enjoyable affairs of the summer was the house party given by Mrs Walter in honor Misses Hudson and Chesnut of Danville Mrs Walters home is one of the lovliest in Lancaster and fortunate indeed those who enjoy her hospitality The home of Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts was the scene of a delight ful affair on Friday evening Roses palms and smilax formed the artistic decorations Miss McRoberts is one of our popular dehutantes and is an admirable hostess A very sylish delicious menu was served Mrs W R Cook entertained very charmingly last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Letcher of Danville The floral decorations of the hand some roomswere profuse and beautl A dainty repast was The response of a large number of guests made the very gay and enjoya ble Miss Higgins has returned spending several months D Gulley I Mayme Ballard parents Misses Hudson Vernun L Garman I Stanford are and fut after t t I t I i visiting I I Danville I i Sunday I I ante r Th served affair r Jennie tome L I TI drop in and pay your MOUNT ELKIN Gossip About in Hattiesburg Miss where she has a lucrative position as stenographer with a prominent lumber firm Miss Higgins is a very efficient stenogra pher and also one of Garrards best school teachers taught in this county for the past four years Mr and Mrs Traylor of Stan ford have been the guests of Mrs W M Zunone Mr and Mrs Will Stone of Stanford were the guests of W M Zanone and family Sunday Misses Sue and Margaret Zanone have returned home after a pleasant visit to Stanford Mr and Mrs Charles F Denman of Nicholasville will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West during the fair Mrs Sam Yantis and pretty little daughter Ida of Indianapolis Indi ana were the guests of Mr Alex West Miss Lillie V West who was her sister Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholasville was called home last week on account of the illness of her motherDanville Advocate Miss Gertrude Noel left Wednesday for Garrard county where she will spend several weeks with relatives M Logan of Lancaster the well known was in Danville yesterday for several hours en route to Burnside for a short business stay Mr Logan is pre paring to leave Lancaster and has as sociated himself with a New York City company for the wholesaling of hosiery and underwear The following will be read with by the many friends of Uncle Mike Elkin here in his old home The FtSupply Okla Republican says Grandpa M S Elkin won tirst place in the old tiddlers contest and did re markably well He is eightyfour years of age and is a great lover of music The tunes that he played were well received by the immense crowd and the old gentleman should feel proud of his victory He is one of the best old men in the country and we are all proud of him Friends or Secretary Ed Hopper here in his old home will read with in terest the following special from La tonia Secretary Ed Hopper of the Latonla Jockey club has decided to take a much needed rest lIe will turn over the cares of the oflice to his assistant John Dillon Saturday and leave for his former home in Huston yule to spend his vacation Mr Ilopner has been on the go since last October and be is to the coast this fan for a five months stay at Oakland It wasru mored that Hoppers terminate his connection wittfiljefLa tonia Jockey club but he would nothing on the matter Mr Hopper has been connected with the Latonia Jockey club for the past twenty two years and has enjoyed the full conn dence of those who have had any with him Teachers Institutes The White Teachers of Boyle Lin coln and Garrard counties will meet in Joint Institute at Junction City Ky August 7 12J 1905 The Insti tute will be conducted by Dr R N ark of Lexington Ky and MrsEE Olcott of Danville Indiana All teachers who hold certiiicatesand who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the County Superintendent- The colered teachers institute will be held at the colored Baptist church Lancaster Ky on the week begin ning July 31 1005 All teachers who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the County Superintendent Eliza L Walker Supt 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 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 either children or adults W H Howell Houston Tex says For years I have used Little Emily Riser Pills in my family No better be used for constipation sick headache eot than these famous pills Scores of testrmonials prove their worth Sold by McRoberts lua laving U S visiting MrJ merchant interest continually d RoI- l pillcan I R E i 1 x summer going departure say dealings are s xr I will leave in a week or two to make my home in another Stale and to sell some furniture etc at private sale call at my rooms at Hamiltons and see the Miss Julia Reid Great Summer School We are glad to call attention of Sun day School workers to the great Sum mer School at Wipna Ind Aug 7 to 13 This is an opportunity that ought not to be neglected by Sunday School workers and they will do well to write E II Fox at Louis ville for Will Change to Saturday Beginning Saturday August 5 I will change my dates and be in Lan caster Studio every Saturday Will be there on Fridays until that date but please remember the change I am better equipped than ever to do the best of work and know I can please you Fox the Photographer The First Kiss The greatest surprise to a girl who gets kissed the tirst time is that there is no taste to it Waterloo TimesNo taste to it Well by the hen feathers in Cupids dart but the Times must be color blind in the pal ate They tell who have tried it that it tastes like a double distilled essence of honey spread thick upon a piece of pumpkin Away back in the dim and joyful years be fore we lost our teeth and our chin on the beauty prize the prettiest girl in all the world told us with her own eyes that it felt like a covey of quails ying out of each ear and ended up with a sensation like a hick of angels putting molasses down ones back No taste to the first Great Scott Itwould make a wooden Indians hair curl up and his toe nails quiver in ec stacy The Times man must bean ice house Ex Dont Snub a Boy Dont snub a boy because he wears shabby clothes When Edison the inventor of the telephone entered Boston in the depth of winter he wore a pair of yellow linen breeches Dont snub a boy because his house is plain and unpretending Abraham Lincolns early home was a log cabin Dont snub a boy because of the ig norance of his parents Shakespeare the worlds poet was the son of a man who was unable to write his own nameDont snub a boy because he choos es a humble trade The author of Pilgrims Progress was a tinker Dont snub a boy because of physi cal disability Milton was blind Dont snub a boy because of dullness in lessons Hogarth the celebrated Dont snub a boy because he Demosthenes the great orator of a harsh stammer ing voice Dont snub a boy any one Not on ly because some day he may outstrip you in the race of life but because it is neither kind nor right Anderson News POINT LEAYELL Mrs Monk Rogers who has been quite sick is better Miss Annie C Wallace has gone to Chicago to the Columbia School of ExpressionMrs Bell and pretty baby Wallace of Charlotte S C are visiting Mr and Mrs 0 T Wallace Rev W C McCallum of Lexington will preach at Fairview next Sunday morning at 11 oclock and Sunday night at eight The members of the Christian and Sunday School of Fair View give a delightful at that place on Saturday night Tuly 29 10 and 15 cents Proceeds of church EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points for its lines the following special 29 25 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 11 12 and 15 account Order of Eagles 23 00 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 29 to Sept 2 inclusive Ac count National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 8 G 65 Chattanooga Tenn and re turn Sept 12 17 and 18 Ac count Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka mauga 01 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account LeWis and Clark Centennial Exposition 66 50 San Francisco or Los Angelerj Cal and return Aug 3 to 72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during August and September Cheap Homeseekers tickets to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A 0 P G 234 Fourth LouisvilleC 234 Fourth avenue Louisville G P Allen AGP A St Louis Mo W H Tayloei GE A Washington Please HC articles usthose kiss stupidboystutt- ers Endeavor entertainment Slon f occasions Fraternal 14 round- trip Sept 5 aCook aye iC j desire Lake particulars N will W heuefit ds DCc- x x i r i During the last decade a most re markable growth In the demand for mutton has taken place in the United States and England The demand for wool is also increasing and values ris ing On the other hand the worlds supply of sheep is decreasing Owing to long drouths both Australia and South America are short while in this country the range territory is be ing rapidly restricted and its ability to supply mutton and wool is unequal to the demand Henceforth Amen ca must depend more and more upon its farming sections for sheep which if well bred and well cared for will prove especially profitable to the farmer as a means of increased income and soil fertility W heat Crops the Largest Since 1901 A Chicago correspondent of the New York Herald has made a careful estimate of the wheat crop of 1905 which he considers the largest since 1901The winner wheat crop in 14 States is estimated at 348000000 bushels To Kansas is assigned 75000000 to Nebraska 39000000 and to Missouri 37000000 these being the largest pro duction To Kentucky is assigned 10000000 bushels The total winter crop in all the States is put at 411 000000 bushels The spring wheat crop is involved in more uncertainty because the harvest is further away but on a basis of the present condition it is Ilgured at 259 000000 bushels Adding the two together we get a grand total of 670 000000 bushels This the largest since 1901 when the tinal figures were 748400218 bnshels A Card of Thanks- I wish to express my sincere thanks through the columns of this paper to the kind friends who have so liberally remembered me during my severe at tack of rheumatism and may the an gels of Heaven ever hover over you is my prayer Fannie B Austin Martinsville Ind Barnards Sanitarium Go to Wards for your Fruits and Vegetables Fresh supply always on hand Bids Wanted We the Board ol Director of the Bryantsville and Buena Vista Turn pike Road will receive bids for the building of one mile of said road be ginning at Bryantsville all bids to be in by the 22nd of July The profile will be found at the Bank of Bryants ville for the benefit of the bidders The right is reserved to accept or re ject all bids J II Easley Secty Bryantsville Ky July 5 1905 3t Jelly Glasses Fruit Jars Jar Tops and Rubbers at Wards Grocery Administratrix Nctice All persons who have claims against the estate of R Kinnaird decd will present tome properly proven by November 1st 1905 All persons know inctliemselves indebted to said estate will please settle same at once This June 30th 1905 3t Ada M Kinnaird Admx 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 equipments complete organization a Christian body of students a fixed policy and it is located in one cf the most beauti ful cities in the South Persons de siring a catalogue and journal should address II H Cherry President It Bowling Green Ky The Price of School Books The following prices have been fixed by the school book commission The first row of figures indicate price for an old book the second row the full price If you have an old book deduct price of it from the amount given as cost of new one The Modern Proiionncluii Speller Boards WI 12 Revised Electric Irliu er Boards 10 New McGuffey First Reader Boards OC 12 New McOufTey Second Header 10 20 New McGuffey Third Render 13 27 New McGnffey Fourth Reader 17 35 New Firth Realer 02 45- Kuya Primary Arithmetic OG 13 Rays Modern Intellectual Arithmetics 10 20 Bays Modern Elementary Arithmetic 12 25 Modern Practical Arithmetic 20 40 Natural Primary Geography 20 0 Natural Complete Geography 40 W Longs New Language Exercises Part 1 Hoards OC 12 Longs New Language Exercises Boards OS 17 Lessons in English Boards 12 25 Elementary Lessons iu Language and Grammar 12 25 Harveys New English Grammar 20 40 Maxwell and Smiths Writing In English 32 C5 New Century Intermediate Physology 27 30 New Century Elementary Pliysology 15 55 Eclectic Primary History U S 20 40 A Brief History of by Allen Thomas Published by D C FealtbCo Kiiikeads History of Kentucky 32 6- 5Petermana Elements Civil Boards 22 45 Rational Writing Books Nos 16 each specify Slant or Vertical r 05 Any book dealer who desires to handle these books will the County Superintendent We have our own brands baking soda which is guaranteed or money refunded If not OK Non genuine unless brancted with name of W H Ward Try it I all music In stock and order anything in this line on shortest notice IP jeweler tf usyour produce if you want line cash WB Ward I I B small n attention lcGulTcs MOdern fart 2 Longs S C Government ri 0 i o I t I loves sable allowed fee Rays U see powder nd have the latest can Thompson th r x PAINTS Business and Bargains Fresh bread at Znnmers restaurant tf John Magee has a nice Hob of give him a trial orden x John Magee has a new roofing called Never Wett guaranteed to not leak it is durable try it tf Short settlements friends Haselden Robinson John Magee OR rough and dressed lumber Doors etc at the Robt Stone stand X tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf limner bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your home bakery tf NeverWett rooting is per square why pay 200 whenNevcrWett will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf Settle your accounts with Ilaselden Robinson July 1st See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Money to Loan On real estate at usual rate of Mrs Ann M Doty Lancaster Ky 3t Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I Thompson 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 For Sale OP Rent Storeroom for sale or rent Possess ion immediately J G Sweeney A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on W T West at Post Office 3f New stock of machine needles at C9tf Thompsons Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Store 210tf Lilac portland and hhulk diamond cementsat Stormes Drug Store 210 Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett Hunga rian ard Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland andBlack Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at G 9tf Thompsons Coal you want and you must have so when in need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and 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 M C L All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Katllr corn cow peas whips or anything you may need in field seeds Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Son Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling lowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses genii niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Fannie Bishop has several line canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf We want your Paint ahd Varnish business we will give you bo value for less money than Lan caster Frisbies Drug Stone 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 quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash for same He has a tine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf We out paint not to peel chalk blister or for five years If paint to re paint it tree of charge Frisbies Store Examine the one hundred colors of house points at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf For sale Best grades Jellicp brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut cooking fuel 414 H B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing Iam prepared to repair clocks and of in the j and satisfac at Thompsons old street G2tf P Thompson groceries tf Go to ash 100 interest n For Rent Drug salt atprices 2t Miss I anybody n tityand T S o itdoes we will sire o rug best manner tion 7 rarr everyday make ling s C tr qua guarantee con for Charges reasonable stand Danville rA of all kinds for all We guarantee to give you a better iiNTi oar less n coisrthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I E I 1 Door and Window frames finishing lumber poarch Brackets Block ect at John Magees See us before buying your Iron fence wo can interest you 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson See our handsome line of cut glass 77 Morrow Mclloberts Your accounts are due with us July 1st Ilaselden llobinson No one family horse for sale Ap ply at this ullice July 14tr Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 714 llaselaen Robinson 25 or 30 unfurnished rooms for rent Briar Springs For in call at the premises or ad dress J Booth Sutton Crab Orchard Ky C23tf All parties indebted to the estate or Dr 11 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 No 1 family horse for sale Apply Refrigerators at bottom prices Haselden Robinson New line of elegant watches new style cases 77 Morrow McRoberts Please return our wire fence and get reward 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson I have plenty of tomatoes Have had ripe ones for several days Large and fine and hard to tf Joseph Faulconer Special Notice As I have sold my store and leave next week I ask all those indented to me to please call at the store and set tle As there are only a few days in which to arrange this please do not put All bills unsettled will be left with an attorney for collection It Mrs Jno F Lear lngS mns For Rent formation Notice at this olllce tf 714 stretchers it off cd C C C C C 1 PURPOSES That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Biggest Best I I E FAIR and RACING 3 j Association 3- fc Remember the dates JULY 19 20 21 Big Premiums Fine Racing Good Treatment and A BIG TIME Write for Catalog W D LaundryIf V rrrrrrrrnr The Great GrahOrchar E 3E E a Wallin See 1iUUUUiUUlUnU1UUnUU ar F rr 1- WALLPAPER Perfect satisfaction in buying all papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right z II z Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store I You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit A Zaire Bros High Standard Paints High Grade Var M lushes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary Jj GIBBONS fe MAYDANVILLE KENTUCKY EVERY 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 it are of the satisfactiongiving kind It never disap connectedwith I Always does the work it is expected to do most Color cards free You go to a for BBEAD Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for BUGGIESIngood work and low pries We want your patronage Qon BrosWlUWWlUW- WWWJUiUWWWW iUlUMUUMUUUllUiU intS least1Does SOLD BY It E 1cROBEI TSm- mmmmmmmrommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Costs l BAKER HARMLESS SNAKES A cough is more flangerpus than a snake because there arQ sqjnc snakes that are harmless and there is no is not danger ous Yet the very people yho kill any snake on sight on the that it be deadly let a cough alone on the r 1 general m that perhaps it wont kill them Hundreds of thousands of men and women have their lives for the neglect of a slight Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery cures coughs bronchitis weak and bleeding lungs and other diseases of the organs of respiration which if neglected or unskilfully treated ter minate fatally in consumption I feel it my duty to testimonial in behalf of great medicine writes Mr John T Reed Jefferson Co Ark When I commenced Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I was very low with a cough and would at times up blood I was not able to do any work at all was weak and my head was dizzy The first bottle I took did me so much good that I had faith in it and con tinued I had taken twelve bottles Now I do not look like nor feel like the same man I was a year ago People were astonished and said they did that I could live I can thankfully say that I am entirely cured of a disease from which had it not been for your wonderful I would have If ask your dealer for Golden theorY paidwith our n Discovery II It I Medical Discovery because you have confidence its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing Judged by its cures there is no other medicine just as good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for coughs weak lungs and other diseases of the organs of respiration Dfm Pierces Pleasant Pellets cure They do not beget the pill habit in constipation HOW TO CONTROL A VOICE Officer of the British Army Says That Nature Is Not the Sole Regulator To a recent issue of the British Journal Maj R F E Austin of Im tarfa Malta contributed a paper on commonly overlooked factors in vocal mechanism in which he asserts that the universal idea that all naturally possess either good bad or indifferent voices is wrong and contends nature is directly responsible for one and only one of these conditions and that the others must be attributed to mans unconscious from natures laws It will be news to many that by far the greater number do not possess full con trol of the adductor muscles of the cords and are therefore unable to place and keep the cords in the most appropri ate position quickly The author that it is surprising what a number of professional voice users as well as amateurs fail in this respect Accord ing to his thinking the majority of voices are lost not from overwork but as a result of improper emission Maj Austin contends that in order to obtain quickly the thorough control of any muscles or set of muscles they should be developed by brisk move ments which fully contract then in the case of the adductor muscles of the cords this can only be done by using the voice in a most inartistic although physiological manner That is to say words should be sung or spoken quick ly in acute penetrating tones pata Med- Ical departure asserts I Tt watquack being given as an excellent phrase for the purpose The voice should be extended up and down by note in this manner until the limits of the compass are reached Classifica tion into soprano baritone etc should rot be attempted before this has been done BEAT THE SLOT MACHINE An Italian Got His Whole Family- on the Scale at Cost of One An economically inclined Italian ac companied by his wife and two who were waiting for a train to take them to some point down on the Vest Jersey railroad where they were to obtain employment as berrypickers worked a sharp scheme on a slot ma chine in the Camden terminal the other day relates the Philadelphia RecordAll climbed on the scales once and the necessary coin was The indicator Hew around tj 399 pounds The man then stepped off and the machine showed 247 pounls The woman followed the figures drop ping to 127 and when the larger child left the the younger ones weight was shown to be 41 pounds A man who witnessed the affair said that it was a regular performance or Italians going to the country to work during the summer months to got weighed before they go and on their return home but he had never seen it done in a wholesale manner before children inserted scaes t not I a r I Get In the Habit I Joseph of tile ooooooooMOOOOOOOD a u aa a aou a a a a a a a aoa ua a a a a a of I I I visiting The Co a00009000000O OO Our Great l 6Ieaning Outj- T I S spring Sto6k NOW ON is All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold I 1 GoodsDress Parasols Hosiery v Gloves Fans Etc At Greatly Reduced Prices THE Joseph Mercantile Co I ods 1 1 I 1 a loa aa a DO 0 00010110000000111 aloo a IIIIII 4 1 L k Vs I BRIDGE WAN Structure Going Up at Quebec tq Save Central Bench of 1800 Fet Greatest on Record There is now construction across the St Lawrence at Quebec a cantilever bridge which when completed will contain the span of any bridge yet erected not even excluding the great cantilevers of Ole Forth bridge in Scotland The structure is of the cantilever type and consists of two spans of 210 feet each two shore arms each 500 feet in length and a great central span 1800 feet in length The total length of the bridge is 4220 feet and although in extreme dimen sions it dots not compare with the Firth of bridge which is about j one mile in total length it has the dis tinction of having the longest span the world by 90 feet the two cantilevers of the Forth bridge being each 1710 feet in length The total width of the floor is 80 feet and provision is made for a doublet racked railway two roadways for vehicles and two sidewalks In a cantilever of this mapnitudethe Individ ual members are necessarily of proportions the main posts for being 325 feet in length and weighing 750 tons BRING DEER FROM SIBERIA New Industry of Importing Animals Into Alaska Has in Late Years Greatly Developed That scheme for mporing reindeer into Alaska from Siberia which met with criticism and even with ridicule when first suggested a few years ago by Sheldon Jackson is now proving the salvation of the Alaskan Eskimos says Outing While the original thought was only to icpair the rapidly lessening food supply of the natives yet it has developed into a veritable reindeer industry fco successfully has the plan worked iu fact that not only does it furnish the natives with food clothing and means of transportation holds out the prospect of putting Alaska in a few years in the of supplying deor meat to an out side market Reindeer does are and an excellent cheese is made of their milk As carriers they have already supplanted togs for the United States mail and may be ridden or will carry easily a of 151 pounds In fact the reindeer industry is al ready a very important one with widening significance Kentucky Fair Dates The follownig dates fixed by the dif brent fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced Lancaster July 1 days Crab Orchard Tulyia 3 days Madisonville August days Danville August days Harrodsoun August days Fern Creek August 15 4 days Shepherdsville August days Lawrenceburg August 15 1 Yanceburg August Guthrie August days Shelbyville August 22 1 days Springfield August days Nichohisville August 29 3 days Bardstown August days Florence August days EUzabethtown September 53 days Glasgow September 0 1 days State Fair September 18C days Henderson September 20 C days Falmouth September 27 1 days j Owensboro October days 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 oilier remedies fail Sold bv II E McRoborts lm HAS lON eSF I under longest approach I Forth I hu instance eachI position prolific lacl 33 25 23 84 144 164 dayS 173 234 304 304 I Ky 105 I hal For The best varieties of second crop and Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Oar Special List of Seasonable mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO 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biliousness flatulency loss anemia emaciation uric acid neuralgia various parts of the system catarrhal of the in testinal canal and numerous other ail ments that rob life of its pleasures if they do not rob of bound in bowels is a com mon expression of peopie who look anti are yet who persist in letting nature take its course QWliat a foolish plan when nature could constipation and all stomach ills QAugust Flower gives new life to the insures health stools 3 qTwo sizes 25c and 750 All druggist For by It K iricltoberm United States MV Eastern District of Kentuyky SS In the United States Dis trict Court in and for the said District In the matter of William 1 Ruble Bankrupt No 37 in Bankruptcy Notice of First Meeting of Creditors To the Creditors of William P of Buena Vista in the county of Garrard State of Kentucky and Dis trict aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of July A D the said William P Ruble wasduh adjudicated bankrupt that the first meeting of his will be held at mv of fice in Harrodshunr Ky on the 22nd day July A D 1U05 at 10 oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors mav attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such a her busi ness as mav properly come before said meetingJuly 1005 tf Referee in Bankruptcy United States of America Eastern District of KCJI tnckyln the UnitedStates District Court in and for saul District No t5 in Bankruptcy Notice of First Meeting of Creditors In the matter of James Thomas Lear Bankrupt To the Creditors of James Thomas Lear in the County of Garrard State of Kentucky and District aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of June AD 1905 the said James Thomas Lear was duly adindi cated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will beheld at olllce Referee in Ilarrodsburg on the 20th day of July IJOo at ten oclock in the fore noon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting July 6 1905 T II Harden It Referee in Bankrupcty A Smooth Article When you find it necessary to use salve use Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve It is the purest and best for Sores Burns Boils Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Piles Get the genuine De Witts Witch Hazle Salve Sold by R E Me Roberts lm WHO FILLS YOUR This branch of ness is at all times in of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Phvsicans Prescrip tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We the very bet Mix ed Paint Etc oo oo oo xxx I YOU q Izri the miserable AugustFlower ale and Sit T II Ilardin If C I I chargeX II i2 I2 II IWallPaper XWSFISH Paint Iii ova Rubin QOCOQOO OOx PRESCRIPTIONS1 x handle Lick Ky 7 Kodol POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice a A J Tompson R G Pettus J L Hutching WmColdiron Jas R Henry II C Miller WI Cook VA Wheeler Whereas Thousands of American People Have unqualifiedly indorsed Para campli First to the a safe sure and quick agent it is absolutely guaranteed that every of the same will what is claimed for it in the circular which is wrapped around the bottle of soothing cooling healing oils and refined camphor with utmost accuracy pure drugs by a special process Paracamph is far more in home than vaseline witch hazel aruba salves or liniments because when direct to the aches drawing out the fever anti inflammation by inducing perspiration I know posi that it will relieve aiidcure Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia Nasal Catarrh Cold in the Sore Throat Sore Chest Croup Itching arid Burning of the Skin Sore Feet Swellings and all Paracamph heals Burns and Cuts without ugly scars It is an absolute preventive of Blood Poisoning Pnracamph the safe sure doctor that you can have in your home every day in the Remember every bottle is guaranteed to do exactly claimed for it or the money will be refunded Sold in 2 c OOc and 1 00 bottles at all good druggists or sent direct upon receipt of price Dont any sub stitute There nothing that will com with E B Spicer General Manager The Varacainpli Company Louisville Ky C C J E Stormes Injuredas bottle absolutely applied- t Inflammations onlv laIC I How Germ Diseases Start People With Weak Stomachs in a Continual State of Danger Nearly all disease germs that lind lodgment in the system gain entrance with the air we breathe or through oui food and drink If the stomach and digestive organs be weak so that food dons not readily digest they will contain a sour slimy fermenting mass an ideal spot for the disease germs to grow and spread through the whole system If you suffer with headache back DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATha 100 contains 2H trial size which for 50 FggFASBD ONLY AT THE LABORATORY DeWITT Sc COMPANY CHICAGO I 7 YSPEPSTA CURE bout tImes the sell cents OPEC ILL S Ask for tha 190 5 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky 11 J H Rigsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C lligsby MrsP W W L Lawson I D Gill SFerguson Right time to cure Catarrh I It E ITIcItolicrlN R ii it rm lee Ilyoiurl Will Cure If rued Now The early summer when the becomes warm and settled is the best time of the whole year to treat catarrhal troubles with the expect alii n of complete and lasting relief i 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 ternThe complete Hyomei costs hut one dollar includes a neat pocket inhaler medicine dropper dent Tlyomci for several weeks treatment The inhaler lasts a and if more Hyomei Is needed extra bottles can be obtained for r0 centsIn there are scores of well known people who have been cured of catarrh by Hynmei If it tines not cure you K E Mclloberts will return your money TIM is the strongest evidence he can offer as to his faith in the remedy Bank Stock As Executors of 1 S Robinson decd we will on Saturday July 8th l0o at 130 p m in front of the court house in Lancaster Ky sell at public outcry 17 shares of the capital stock of the National Bank of Lancaster SOsharcs of stock in Citizens National Bank of Lancaster thirty live shares of stock in Merchants and Mechanic Bank of Columbus Ga 15 shares of stock in Fourth National Bank of umbus Ga 2 bonds No fj and 6 par value 8500 each of Lancaster Terms made known on daY of sale Mrs Ann W Robinson Extx 5t J C Robinson Exor I weather the sys out lit and sunt i i Coil Water- Works lifetime ache variable appetite nausea gnaw hug at the pit of the stomach sallow skin heart burn furred tongue sleep lessness 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 McUoberts one of the most reliable Druggists in Lancaster to show you the strong guarantee under which he sells Min na The National BankOF LANCASTER KY SUKPLUS 10000 0 A R DENNY Pr jldent JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson E Stormes W H Kinnaird 8o o o o o o o o o O O O 00 O 000 8 I493 4 2 CAPITAL Oooo 2 i Jno O 0 0000 0000 000 0000 O 00 O OO C J LEWIS Y YELLPresident WALKER Vice Prest JJ ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W 0 RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIKECTOKS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Assets Jan 1 1905 3390GGO2iO 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 nonforfei table as soon as one premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request incase of defaultafter the payment of lum Extended Insurance and paidup 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 cent at any time after policy has been in fore two years 5 Absolutely free from condititions as to residence travel occupation habits of life time place or manner of death 6 Several options in settlement at end of Accumulation period with au aomatic benefit if insured does not selection 7 Payment immediately upon receipt and approval of proofs of death in one sum orin 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 fill out me the attached slip I shall be pleased to for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent 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 dajrof 18 Address J f J one prem Choice between Loans at makea andsend submit person D J C te i MtrJt I 0 5 per M C Name S j i 5 a sgs sslr Many people who are neglecting symptoms kidney trouble hoping it will wear away are drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidmy trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the kid neys so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kid through them Diseased kidneys do not and the poisonous waste matter is carried by the circulation causingdizziness 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 prevent a fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system How to Find Out You can easily determine if your are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it kidneys are diseased and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should at once C B Qurltans Testifies After Four Ycars G B Burhaas of Carlisle Center N Y writes four years ago I wrote you stating thai I hal been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by two inittlcsof lolcyl Kidney Cure It cntinlj stoi i M the brick dust sediment anti and symiitomsofUidnoj disease disappeared I am glad to that I have never had a return of any of those symp toms durinsr tile four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to oaa suffering kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes SOs nnd 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BV For sale bv CC JE Stormes My accounts are fe I DUE and 1 I NEED THE I 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