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SIXTEENTH TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 21 1905 TH CENTRAL RECORD l 1 xmrrsj JIIAA H S Have your I and Gut r REPAIRED Ve do first class work at reasonable rates Put It Off w r vDuring sunnier months we offer I a gains I Furniture I We can YOlir house from cellar and with our You Never Miss the Money I Please remmcmber when you need that WBre the PBODIB to See Hamilton Successors to h oJ Undertaker q f Roofing erin Don t Ate 1JR jHijseIden SiiciaI N furnish to garret easy payment system furniture Dunlap JA Ileazley A C- oP l Arterial nUll Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 I CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best I Salesman E C G It Swlncbrond Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store t L DAVIDSONAttorney Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS Y sm I leastWear g BOP 2 u JWm lterndon II L Ir I R1i sacauasaamusers usE ARKS Y24ab flLY TL ZiAA1b1 tfL1 r s r rr i wry rr rwrm t l t 4 Dentist office over store st wJ t Thompous j Farmers Read This We have been informed that it 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 oui friends that we are in the market foi ALL KINDS OF oitAiN and pay market value for same We also wish to statf in this connection that we will be the market for New Wheat and zi heretofore pay the highest market price Please remember also we keel all kind of Held seed such as Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass Cow Peas Millet and Hungarian seed tf H A B Marksbury Son V tc t hay- S 1 f m- ir L r I r Local Notes Lancaster will have a Sunday mall beginning Sunday morning Rev G P Simmons principal of Institute Richmond will fill Bro Tinders pulpit the lastSunday In this month Strayed from my pasture on Falls Lick Pike Red Heifer with markings in face 18 months old weigh about 075 Ibs W S Ferguson Mr Joseph Falconer has the largest crop of tomatoes in town They are tremendous in size and delicious I Joe is the boss gardener Now bet time to visit Crab Orchard Springs and if you are all run down feel weak and tired go over there and get the benefits of the splen did waters and excellent fare MrF M Mulllmgar has resigned his position with Mr Thomas Anderson with W B Voolford of Lexington They shipped a string of runners from there to Montreal Canada morning A big crowd is attending the Crab Orchard fair and the meeting will be one of the most successful our good neighbors ever held the show of stock is line and wheathcr perfect Drive over and spend a most delightful day The W C T U Library will be open luesday nights at 8 to oclock and Saturday afternoons from 230 to 3tO oclock Very attractive lot of bright new books have just been re ceived Come and see them tf There were two wrecks on the Row land branch Monday the morning passenger train jumping the track at Gilberts Creek and the mixed train leaving the rail near Paint Lick No damage was done but each train was- i delayed six to eight hours Laying of Corner Stone The Crab Orchard Masons will lays the corner stone for their handsome new lodge rooms on July 25th at 330 p m and extend an invitation to the craft to be present and participate The services are very pretty and en tertaining Will Change to Saturday Beginning Saturday August I will change my dates and he 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 lean please you Fox the Photographer As the editor of The Record will leave Saturday for the press meeting at Crab Orchard we have secured the services of the old wheelhoss Judge M D Hughes to look after the news matter during our absence If you want job printing call up Mr Leonard Miller and he will wait upon you promptly and satisfactorily Will YOU Be There A meeting of all those interested in in the project of building the new ho tel will be held in the Police Tuesday night at 8 oclock Make it a point to you have not subscribed to the capital stock do so at once and add your influence by being present If you cannot or will not take stock hustle for the enter prise Tuesday night 8 Police Court room the place A Serious Accident Mr Thomas Barr of Wilmore who was here with an exhibit of machinery met with a very serious accident at the While exhibiting a feed cutter a piece of the machine broke and struck Mr Barr on the head making an ugly gash and a seriousis wound He was taken to the residence of Miss Sallie Tillett where every thing was done for him He is very much betterand will return to his home in a few days It was reported that he was injured by a gasoline engine but this was a mistake time feed cutter was being driven by the gasoline engine The Country Boy The country boy in youth has been forced to take exercise in the way of chopping firewood and working the garden developing his arms and mus cles so he begins life with a good physical organization If the girls could be induced to systematically do some such work they would have larg er and better developed lungs and bust which would greatly add to their health and longevity We breed up the domestic to greater constitutional vigor why not train up or breed up a better framed and more durable woman and boy is the foundation tf the State He may not have the highest education but he will win of the avocations of life He is enerally noted for sticking to his call ing and succeeding on the farm 01 In my other class of industry He is plain in his manners quick to do his July and though it may requjre la borlous effort he perseveres until it is accomplished The country boy enters upon any luty with the will to succeed Such have grown up to be leading cltl zens and made out of themselves model statesman and leaders I Mad- Ison Uncle Isthe Wednesday ii attendif oclockthe- the fair grounds animals manhoodThe toys to- go 11 Court- Room inmost the Lost at Fair Ground A gold bar pin with star crescent and pearls Liberal reward for retnrn to Miss Frankie Kauffman I Having decided the paper business I will sell cheap all my agon dies consisting of The Cincinnati Post Cincinnati Times Star and Louisville Evening Post For information apply to Arthur Joseph Fine School for Young Ladies We call attention to the big adver tisement of Madison Institute in this issue of The Record This is one of the best schools in the South and a large number of pupils attend The faculty is especially fine this year and parents will make no mistake by their daughters there Sunday Mail Notice is hereby given that there will be a Sunday mall from Lancaster to Stanford beginning July 23d The wagon will leave Lancaster at 930 a m arriving at Stanford at 12 won leave Stanford on receipt of mail from train due at Stanford at 12 30 p m and arrive at Lancaster about Post otliee will open long enough for you to your mail All mail put in box by 9 a m will be Oflice will not be open to mail on Sunday morning W T West Postmaster Hen Profits A farmer in the Berkshire hills cal culated on a profit of three dollas a year on every hen Tie hatches the chickens in April which is the best month in the year in which to hatch medium sized breeds He makes pro duction of cost for market the founda Lion of profit and strives to have eggs to sell in November and December lie carries but a few old hens over winter relying on the pullets for laying This friend of mine claims to have averaged 170 eggs each hen yearly producing eggs at a cost of not far from ten cents a dozen Praire Farmer The Funeral of a Town A town that never has anything to do in a public way is on the way to the cemetery Any citizen who will do nothing for his town the collin Time man who is so sel fish as to have no time from give to city affairs is making the shroud The man who will not adver tise is driving the hearse The man who is always pulling back from any public enterprise thruws boqucts on the grave The man who is so stingv and selfish as to be howling hard times preaches the funeral sermon and sings the doxology and thus the town lies buried free from all sorrow and care The Stayat Homes Courier Journal Let not those who are packing their trunks to migrate to the sea shore the creek shore or the mountains pity the stay athomes For the stayat homes are going to have a veryy pleasant sort of a summer thank you First of all theyre going to be at home Thats something That means comfortable clothing personal free dom the luxury of old friends Then for healtn giving recreation in time open they have the parks and the country They may saunter through these feast their eyes on the mass of green and fill their lungs with fresh air or they may lie down on time grass and revel in the shade of venerable trees If they wish exercise they may take their golf clubs along and enjoy the most fascinating of gamesor with their tennis racquets may toss time bouncing balls back and forth net and with congenial compan ions turn tedious hours into merry ones If the stay at homes are men they have a tine chance to take prettystayat home maidens a walking through avenues lined with leafy trees or in the evenings to sit spooning on the front veranda There are both men and girls who will testi fy to the complete enjoyment of such a pastime Oh yes the stayathomes will have all these things and more It is enough to make the summer emi have to make the sum mer emigrants who have to worry about where to go bother about a summer wardrobe tiouble themselves and others with packing and hauling piles of baggage change their apparel ten times a day rub elbows with stran gers whom they do not care a rap for talk with persons who do not interest them dance because they havent any thing else to do find their conversa tion reduced to silly prattle about fel lowboarders and so forth and so forth it is enough to make the goaways turn green in envying the lot of the stayathomes The Danville Stage Line I have a comfortable wagon and good horses and can convey passen gers to and from Danville in 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 Clean Your Premises By order of the Health and the City Council the of Lan caster are required In and around their and move once I 2U L For Sale t to quit sending Returning 3 p m jet forwarded deliver winter furnishes business- to grantswho t Boa lof remlses alleys at SD Rotb elI M C ji overtime reasonable citizens all rubbish from adjoining a f f KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Will Convene Next Week At Famous Old Crab Orchard Springs Big Time for Editors Delightful programs have been ar ranged for the State Editorial Asso ciation which convenes at Crab Or chard Springs next and a large number of newspaper men will be present Mine Host Willis and Mr Clarence E Woods have put every thing at the Springs in apple pic order and the scribes will be fed on the fat of the lamb The secretary has ar ranged for transportation and each editor will be entitled to a I a s for one lady The two balls and german will be given in honor of the newspaper men but the guests of the Springs will be expected to take part in these three functions While there will be a large number of newspaper people present yet there is ample room for and the many guests how enjoy ing the pleasures to be found only at delightful old Crab Orchard Springs It is believed that this meeting of the newspaper people will be the most en joyable the association has ever held Quite a number of prominent guests have been invited to be present at the meeting among them are Gov and Mrs J C W Beckham Senator James B McCreary Senator J C S Blackburn Eminent Grand Ruler of B P 0 E U S Hon Robert Brown Judge Thos Payntcr Judge S W Ilagar lion C C McCord lion Graham Vreeland Col D L Moore and others Time Committee on Literary Prog ram which is composed of Messrs Lew B Brown Chairman E A Gullion and Harry McCarty has turned out the following excellent program TUESDAY JULY 25TII Address of Welcome lion R W Mil ler Richmond Response to Welcome Clarence E Woods Association Orator Presidents Annual Address Louis Landram Lancaster Record The Successful Country Weekly J R Lcmjn Mayfield Messenger Advertising from Three Stand Points Henry M Caldwell Louis yule Times Politics as a Side Line E Barry Benton Democrat Round Table Arc We Easy L W Gaines Conductor VEDXESDAY JULY 2fiTII Cash Subscriptions a Success D M Duncan Brandenburg Messenger- A Crack at Creation S W Line baugh Russellville News The Semi Weekly a Comparison Swift Champ Paris News United We ought to Stand Geo W Albrcchet Middlesboro News The Daily and Its Lessons Chas J Stewart Lexington Herald The Associate Editor Mrs Betty B Campbell Somerset Journal Ollicial Advertising and So Forth Geo S Lee Carrollton News Round Table As to Legislation Henry R Lawrence Engineer Random shots at Practical Points M F Conley Louisa News Prevalent and h e Grafter E S Jones Henderson The A W Menefee Danville Advocate The Sublimity of Insignificance A D Miller Richmond Climax Something More Than Humdrum Mrs Stevis Cardwell Itarrodsburg HeraldRound Table For the Good of the Order John B Gaines Superintend ent The Committee on Entertainment composed of W Vernon Richardson Chairman Clarence E Woods Louis Landram has formulated the Social and Athletic Program Handsome Prizes will be awarded in all of the Athletic events as well as the other contests and the euchre of these events will be limited to the members of the Press Association their invited guests 3IONDAY EVENING Reception and Opening Ball TUESDAY AFTERNOON Shooting Contest Fat Mans Race Pie Eating Contest Tub Race on the Lake Swimming Race in the Lake Progressive Euchre for Ladies TUESDAY Banquet for the Press and Guests after which a German will be given which will be led by Mr Vernon Rich ardson of Danville and Miss Allene Wilson of Louisville WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Box Ball Contest Guessing Feature Matinee Minstrel and Vaudeville Stunts Sack Race Blind FuldilRace Potato Race Rolling Race Best Looking Woman Handsomest Man Ugliest Man Best Story Teller Gentlemen Biggest Liar Gentlemen Prettiest Girl WEDNESDAY EVENING Dance THUnSDAY AFTERNOON Guessing Cyfitest Literary Feature Race for Ladies Barrel Race for Gentlemen Watermellon Eating Contest for waiters porters Jumping Contest l ThreeLegged Race Hop Skip and Jump Contest Music will be furnished by Saxtons Orchestra them PerniciousT Journal Conclusion- S and following All and y ContestLiterary Barrel Tuesday Tri EVENING and n A COMPLETE SUCCESS Fair Show of Stock Pleasant Weather and a Happy Crowd Made Up Lancaster Fair I TheLancaster Fair which was held three days of last week was one of the most successful and enjoyable held in the State Large crowds attended each day and the oflleeis de served great credit for the handsome entertainment given Tie grounds are beautifully located with abundant shade and plenty of room for all kinds of exhibits stables and etc The premiums offered were unusually large for a country fair and brought the leading horse men and the best stock in the state There was no dis order and everything passed off happi ly It was our intention to publish the lists of winners in each ring but lade of hefp this week makes it im possible to do so Every ring was well filled and some of them brought forth the warmest contests ever seen in a country fair ring While the officers went to a great expense in preparing for the fair yet the stock holders will come out several dollars to the good on their stock NOTES The association furnished the din ners and the meals were line and well servedThe fancy turnout premium won by Mr Weisiger of Danville and Miss Elizabeth Anderson of this city Mrs Tames 1 Hamilton won the pre mium for the best lady rider The contest for the best boy rider was quite lively with a great many entries Master John Gill Kinnaird was given the blue tic mud Master Dar Elkin the red The baby show was quite interest ing The first premium in the buys ring went to the son of Cal Nevius and that of the girls was given to the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dexter Bal lou For the handsomest boy or girl the prize was given to the daughter of Mrs II M Grant Saxtons band was on hand and ad ded much to the pleasure of the A tremendous crowd attended the j fair dance Friday all spent a very pleasant evening Sweeneys large store room was used and Saxtons furnished the music Good Repairing If your sewing machine bicycle or any other machine is out of ring up Bristow Conn and he call for the work and have it j in less time than it takes to it He is one of the best workmen the buisness and his work is honest every way Charges very reasonably Ring him up at Conns shop tf I I A I ever together I wash Dr and evening and Ii I occasion i Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co ii Our Great Gleaning Out Spring Stork NOW ON I All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold GoodsDress Parasols Hosiery Gloves Fans Etc Greatly Reduced Prices THE Joseph Mercantile Co rL n I II G of 1- I I isIIIi I I I I I I I I Iv I I 1II I I i- I I i I I Wt1fJJ rAt oooo OO wewaeeeeewoowaoosaeeeoaroeeeeweeeaweeawee COST 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 and 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 Everything new and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us H T LOGAN I I I I III III III I III II I I I It V iI7i 1 i- mr i Linerr L 1MwW t1 W1M11Lwww ww wiv S i 2 i5 1 Facuty G P SIMMONS PresidentHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud Uulvirslty of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Breslau College English Language Literature Miss Georgia Grimes University Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth College and Gerard Conservatory of Music Voice and Miss Eleanor Pearson Americ au and Applied Music New York Pianoand Stringed Instruments Miss Alice M Eubank Cooper Union old New Yocl Sciiool of Art Art Department Mrs Jennie White Preparatory Department Miss Lula Allen Primary Department Stenography and Typewriting frI I I Piano Pian- oS co I it Elocution Iffx JfjJrtJjfJ1 ooo oo oaoo ooo lIc1 Bur neYt and It i c e Institute t r f ry E L Woods W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kempcr Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOIUOKATED I II rest u Statmt condition June 30 190o RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 7USJ 10 Overdrafts Ml Due from banks 1221H7 Dunking House and Lot Voo 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 IUIK ro LIABILITIES Capital Stock 16000 00 Fund V t 31 Individual eposlts Snoo 26 Mortgage 00 Cash 4492 is M lors GO s 1047 Ta The 1000000 SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L HGGUYN J J B WOODS E L C FISH ARNOLD BUUUOWS CAPITAL II DIHEcroHS il WOODS- W I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER forBUGGIES In REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros You go to a DAEII for BREAD m ill mmillmmmmillillllillillillimillillilllliffilli I- Im mmmm mnnrnrnrnrmmnrnnnnrnnnnrnmm nrnnn MADISON INSTITUTE Should be Patronized by the People of Garrard County Examine carefully our list of teachers and our prices as given here with Then if you have a daughter to educate write to the principal He will take pleasure in calling upon you and explaining every detail of the work in Madison Institute We strive to papularize this school through our work in the class room We have carefully teachers who have been educated in the best schools in the United States and who are in their departments They are as good as can be found in any school in the state Our prices are within the reach of all Through experienced teachers thorough instruction good discipline and correct prices we expect to keep Madison Institute in the front rank For catolog etc address me at Richmond Ky Box 575 G P SIMMONS President 1fir fiil ljlflfflilJll fJ11 Jfff7r2 Wifl liMlJ1gfJ1ttfrliglgjg l specialists rGl lfl selected 1 oooooooooo ooo oooooorooooooaoouo o o00 CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly rear LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poet Office in iMncaiter Ky ai SecomlClats Mail Matter Lancaster Ky July 1900 The yearly income of the Emperor of Germany is only 4000000 Poor man It is difficult for him to make both ends meet The salary of the president of the United States is the great sum of 50000 and he has about So cents left over at the end of each year Presumably he has It is re ported however that he has to draw on his private fortune for funds to tide over with and have the odd cents It is dollars to doughnuts though that he gets more satisfaction out of the Sr 0000 than the kaiser gets out of his 1000000 The great religious revival that has swept over Wales has seriously inter ferred with the work in the coal mines The miners it seems have nearly all been converted and have quit swear ing The mine mules used for years to being goaded on with the liercest kind of oaths now refuse to budge unless sworn at And the miners will no onger swear so the output of the niners might try the idea of singing inthems at the mules Erroll Dunbar actor is engaged o a young Boston woman who has an annual income of 50000 and who will come into possession of a 0000000 estate on the death of her mother Mr Dunbars most familiar role on the stage is Mephistopholcs in Faust With his added fortune be may be temttid to keep on playing the devil In North Carolina a little girl of 11 years by her presence of mind saved a railroad train from being wrecked The railway whose property had been saved gave her the money fora college IOO per 1 an You GoingIf Are Fair Dra al VEHICLE Yon Mm Niceg as anyone there Our Buggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices ROMANS ELMORE J j I f I 1 f 1 J t r w Gg3 desires of the heart It was a graceful thing to do and proves that slot all corporations are heartless A Chicago University reiterating the old claim that the Bi ble is not much of a book from either a literary or historical viewpoint To think of Chicago University profes sor taking up with such a chestnut as this To have been in the keeping with his fellow professors he should have advanced the theory that the Bible was written by the aborigines of this country one of whom sailed to the Holy Land thousands of years ago with the manuscript in his We would like to think that there is no more graft in the country than for merly that we hear so much about it nowadays because an aroused public conscience is hunting down the graft ers But then there is a lot of it Did you ever notice that when a oank failure is first announced there are reported assets to pay out dollar for dollar but that after months of developments and disclosures about 10 cents on the dollar is realized We would like to read of some rich woman being robbed of her jewels where the value was placed at some other figure than 10000 or 525000 Some woman can make a hit by being robbed of 737 worth of genes Citizens of Smithville Mo liave nominated Thomas W Lawson for the presidency If by some chance Mr Lawson should become a candidate for this high ollice his platinum would pruoabl be the rear end of a special train The discussion is still going on as to who is the father of the American navy We confess our ignorance as to the identity of the old gentleman but whoever he was he certainly left behind an extravagant family r In some parts of the country are demanding a salary not wa ges of 050 a clay After awhile they may demand 10 cents a brick with an agreement that no workman will 1000 bricks a day Amotherinlawof SouthburyMass was caught in a trap the other night which her son in law swears up and down he set in the hope of catching deer which were despoiling his truck gardens Isnt it pleasant when you hear a band play or orchestra play some strain and you lean forward to drink in the melody to have some brash youth behind you begin to vvhis tie the air Now that pictures of the bathing beaches and their sylph like habitues are appearing in the papers we are more anxious than ever for our It is about time the annual of cats coming to the rescue of motherless broods of chickens and raising the little feathered creatures The Wilkesbarra Pa newsboy who has fallen heir to 20000 will probe bly immediately proceed to get out a few uxtries The collar starchers at Troy are on a strike They ought to be able to put up a star tight The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they bave discovered a diamond cure for consumption If you fear consump tion or pneumonia it will however be best fur you to take that greal remedy mentioned By W T of Vanlee Tenn Nil had a cough for fouteen years Nothing helped me until I took Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which gave instant relief and effected permanent cure Unequal ed quickcure for Throat and Lung Troubles McRoberts Drug Store price 50c and 8100 guaranteed Trial bottle free im i educationthe is pot n bricklayers layover familiar vacation for stories MaGee J professor session rt I W A Wheeler still continues poorly Hugh Gayley and John II Todd of Madison visited at Joe A last Sunday Mr and Mrs W T Watson visited the family of David McClanahan of Mad ison last week Mr John Cox of Hot Springs Ark is here on a visit to Jack Cox who has been very sick but is better Next Saturday at 2 p m and Sun day morning at 11 oclock ore the reg ular appointments at Freedom Im portant business to attend to Satur day J T Jackson our clever post master was made happy on the 7th it being his birthday by the gathering of rela tives and friends who brought baskets filled with the very best of good things to eat The day very spent FLATWOOD W II Purr went to Crab Orchard Sunday Silas Baird bought six hogs from Win Campbell for 25 Our school begin last Monday with Miss Maude Spainhower as teacher MrsG W Bryant of Covington yis ited several with her sister Mrs W II Furr W II Furr has his mill about ready for work and will grind every Tuesday and Friday Mrs John McCarley of Rowland came last week to visit her sister Mrs W II Furr and while here her four months old baby which had not been veryjwell for some time grew worse and on Friday morning died It was taken to Rowland Saturday for interment The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the commu nity Bent Her Double 1 knew no one fur four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa 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 Illiction 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 50c1m Most people are sorry only after it is too late A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach anti liverby tak ing a medicine which will relieve the pain and discomfort via Dr Kings New Life Pills They are a most won derful rcmedyairordinfc sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and con stipation 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m Its easier not to want things than it is to get them Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies 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 Only 25c The pills that act as a tonip and not drastic purge are Early Risers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness ect Early Risers are small easy to easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N ays Two bottles of these Famous Little Pills cured me of chronic con st pat on Good for cither children tr adults W II Howell Houston Tex says Fur years I have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family No better pill can be used for constipation sick ect than these famous pills Scores of testrmonials prove theri worth Sold by RUMcRobert NINA I r happily suddenly I I I II I j a with- a u asa d D headache 2 toss 11 was w 4 4 DeWitts Little take fir aim Expenses The school year is divided into two terns of nine teen weeks each The expenses per term arc as follows Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week 57 00 Tuition in College Department 30 00 Tuition in Academic Department Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 Tuition in Primary Department 15 00 Piano with use of instruments for practice 30 OU Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week 25 OQ Vocal Music two lessons per week 30 00 Drawing pencil or crayon 20 00 Oil Painting 00 Bookkeeping v 150 Elocution private lessons 25 00 Delsarte 10 00 Diploma 10 05 Certificate of garduation in any department 3 00 Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils in all departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their regular school work A reduction will also be made for the benefit of boarding pupils who are absent from Friday to Monday n ll0X0XfJ7JijWJ f 25 00 r I t u 0 0 I 0JlitflijjJliJliJiJJllfllJltilLfffilffifiYl I jfjl I0YIflJ o oo ooooo r 3 1 i0 oo oa Wheat Corn Oats Rye Hay Straw Etc I Highest cash price paid for same appreciate a call before you sell r Feed and Field Seed Iof all kinds for sale Custom Grinding Try my meal jf and chicken teed CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt often tion Your business appreciated C BANKS HUDSON I rcJ 1 CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING B and discounting of invoices enables us to make 1 CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a I First Class Drug and Paint Store 1- H Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS 1 Stormes Drug Store I Iks Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly at the Capital and the only one that ever took the has recently been enlarged and i greatly improved It makes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of The Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Courtt It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance t- oW P WALTON Mgr w I WANT ri I I I J r11k14 VV iii ON rm o Wrnl rn Published Associated Press Reports 5 ill D p o o 0 1 I C BOWLING GREEN KY Teachers Scientific Classic La Catalogues and Journals Free ocJ staI c Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS CoCommercial and MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address HH CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky 1I t t r Can Keep Cool If you use our You IR fri raton and 1 11 We have in all sues and the prices are right MOUNT ELKIN J Ice Cream Freezers gem Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wi Are Interested In Mrs II II Batson is in Stanford ting relatives Miss Susie Hilton has returned to her home in Brodhead Dr Marshall Denny of Richmond was at home for the fair Mrs Jno F Lear has returned to her home in Circlesville Ohio Miss Browning of Winchester is visiting Miss Ethel West Mrs F M Tinder and children are visiting in Bourbon county Mr T J Cherry and wife of Brod head visited Mrs R II Batson Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting Mrs J M Farra Little Miss Christine Merritt of Dtnville is visiting friends here Misses Mary and Gertrude Noel of Jinville arc visiting relatives here Miss Stella Ilustin leaves this week to enter Lexington WI of Jonesvillc Ara is visiting his uncle Mr Milton Ward Hiss Eliza Tones of Danville was with Miss Mary Doty during the fair Dunn of Danville been the guest of Mrs J Fleece Robin son Miss Minnie Johnston was at home Saturday from her school near Bryants vine Letchcr of Richmond has teen the guest of Miss Louise Kaull Miss Ruth Williams of Campbells vine is visiting Mr W I Williams and wife las K Ward anal wife of Greenville Texas arc visiting his brother Milton Ware Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Angie Kin nairdMrR G Price and of Danville visited relatives here and attended the fair Mrs Mary Harris of Indianapolis is visiting her mother Mrs Susan An derson Mr William Elkin of Atlanta visi ted Capt T A Elkin ana family during the fair Miss Mary Miller of Lexington is visiting her aunt Miss Amanda An derson Miss Katie Hood of Junction City has been visiting her aunt Miss Em ma Hood Mrs Cyrus Daily gave a dinner Thursday in honor of her sister Mrs Harris Mr J Rue Young who has been visi r vtsi J HusinessCollc e ill t nnin ton Miss Cerena man I 1 wif y i t hast jigs 1 z ting here has returned to his home in ChicagoMrs Doty and little son James visiting the family of Mr Alex Doty of Nicholasvillc is visiting her sister Mrs McClelland Johnston Mr Jack McRoberts and family of have been visiting R Mount Mrs W KShugars and son of Brod head are visiting relatives at the New Mason Hotel Stone of Somerset was mingling with his many friends dur the fair Mrs Dr Reese and little daughter Mildred of Cynthiana are visiting A Amon Sam B Harris of Louisville visited his parents Mr E W Harris and wife during the fair Mr R E Hughes of Louisville has been visiting relatives here and the fair Mr J J Dean a young drummer of Louisville visited Mr Am Bourne and family last week Misses Annie Lee and Margaret Woolfolk of Lexington Miss Sue Anna Lear Mr George Burdett of Chicago has joined his wife for a visit to the fami ly of Mr J W Miller Mr W T Woolfolk and familyof were guests of Mrs T L Broad dus during the fair Mr C F Denman and wife of Nicho lasville have been visiting her parents Mr Alex West and wife Miss Marietta Crow of Louisville is the handsome visitor of Miss Allie Arnold Danville avenue Mr Frank Bacon of Kansas City has joined his wife visit to Mr John Anderson and wife Misses Martha and Helen Gill left this week for Portsmouth Ohio for a months visit to friends Miss Cora Wesley of Liberty isex pected this week for a visit to Misse8 Burnride Danville avenue Mrs Alleen Boggs of Richmond and Miss Minnie Eastham of Danville have been visiting Mrs J E Stormes II Pearce and daughter Miss Aleen and Mr and Mis Dodd Pearce of Florida were visitors here Friday Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danville and Jennie Burnside of Bry antsville were guests of Miss Lena Iligney Misses Evlyn Metcalf of Lexington and Evlyn Eastland of Danville were guests of Miss Alberta Anderson the fair Mr and Mrs William Lackey of Mc Creary are rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty girl baby christened Elsie BurnsideMiss Rice and brother and MissBeck and brother of McKiney at I Miss Nannie IIare Covln ton Mrs J Mr Victor Mrs J attended Lex- Ington for a Dr E during are tog are visitin tr Come on and get your Binder Twine Best in QualityLow in Price Champion Binders Mowers Hay Rakes Get our prices N KXV- XN T and save money Haselden Robinson 11 III II I I I I r1 iIl1 j j E 1 i II i l tended the fair and were guests of Bourne and family Mr William Wherritt and family of New Orleans and Mrs W M Bogle of Mobile Ala are visiting Mr W H Wherritt and wife Louisville Times Mr and Mrs A H Rice will leave next week to at tend the Exposition at Portland Ore and visit points on the Pacific coastMisses Sadie Bauzhman of Huston Delia Meader of Somerset Blanton Collier of Cynthian and Bes she Yantis of Stanford were the pop ular guests of Miss Bessie Mae Lear during the fair Lexington Leader Miss Letty Brown who has been quite sick at St Josephs Hospital is nowmuch better Her mother Mrs II T Brown after several months illness is not improving She is at her home In the country on the Tates Creek road Miss Louise KauiTman who is her mother in this city is being warmly congratulated upon receiving the splendid position she now has in St Louis She is a teacher in Dozier Schools the best in the city and is receiving a handsome salary The St Louis schools are among the best in the United States and one must be a good teacher to receive employment i here Teachers Institutes The White Teachers of Boyle Lin coln and Garrard counties will meet in Joint Institute at Junction City Ky August 7 in05 The Insti tute wili be conducted by Dr R N Rc ark of Lexington Ky and Mrs E E Olcott of Danville Indiana All teachers who hold certificates and who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by the County Superintendent The colored teachers institute will be held at the colored Baptist church Lancaster Ky on the week July 31 1005 All teachers who are now teaching or expect to teach must attend this Institute or forfeit their certificates unless excused by life County Superintendent Eliza L Walker Supt To the friends and patrons of Kinnaird decd I wish all expiring will be renewed and kept in force unless otherwise ordered by the assured I will continue his business in the Bank of Lan casterand will appreciate the ousiness of his and my friends Most of com panics represented in this agency have been represented here for at least 40 years and have always paid their promptly J II Kinnaird Bids Wanted We the Board ol Directors 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 profit will be found at the Bank of Bryant ville for the benefit of the bidders The right is reserved to accept or re ject all bids J H Easley Secty KyJulyAdministratrix Nctice All persons who have claims against the estate of R Kinnaird decd will present same tome properly proven by November 1st 1905 All persons know log themselves indebted to said estate will please settle same at once This June 30th 1905 3t Ada M Kinnaird Admx I will leave in a week or two to make my home in another desire to sell some furniture etc at private sale Please call at my rooms at II C Hamiltons and see the Miss Julia Reid EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremelylow rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points the following special oc casions 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 665 Chattanooga Tenn and re turn Sept 12 17 and 18 Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chlcka mauga 61 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition CG 50 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return dug 3 to 14 72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during August and September Cheap Homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas and South Carolina Georgia and many other points Aug 1 and 15 Sept 5 and 19 Correspondingly from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R Cook OP G 234 Fourth ave Louisville CH Hungerford 234 Fourth avenue Louisville GP Allen G P A St H Tayloe G P A Washington M r- Am visit- Ing 12 beginning Notice tostate pol- Icies losses State and articles for Its Jines Fraternal Account North k D vine Rob National NV 9 Florid orates Louis Mo- W C t f r w Your Paper Your huifiV papernever loses In terest in you To this you have not given a passing thought No matter if you like the or if he likes you if he is true to his profession and publishes a paper for the people he allows no personal matters or petty spites to interfere with news gathering He may meet you as a stranger yet along with his best friends chronicles your success and sorrows wherever you may be and those who would otherwise forget you are ever and anon reminded of your existence by an item in your home paper Others may and aefraud you but your home paper never forgets you Possibly you do not deserve decent treatment by the paper but you get i just the same and if it should at say things to cause your fur to turn the wrong way study a moment and see if it has not at various time said many nice things failed to give it Real Estate Transfers The real estate agency of Hughes Swinebroad report the sales made by their agency last week Solon Black to Lydia Murphy 40 acres in Garrard County at 92500 II C Hamilton to Clara Bettis a house and lot in Lancaster at 95000 Theyjeport they have buyers for small farms at from 200000 to 400000 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 Indigestion Cured There is no case of Indigestion Dyspepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strenthenitg itifiuence of Kodol Dys pepsin Cure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting alowing it to restuntill itgrowsstrong 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 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 and adults grows larger day byday Sold by R E Mclloberts lm Special Round Trip Excursions on the Asbury Park N J National Association Tickets on sale June 29 and 30 July 1 and 2 limited to July 10 Rates S21 SO Tickets extended to August 31 Baltimore Md Christian Endeavor Conventions Tickets sale July 2 3 and 4 with limit of July 15 Rate 10 Tickets may be extended to August 31 Old Point Comfort Aa Summer Tickets on sale July 14 15 days Rate Atlantic City N J Summer Tickets on sale Aug 3 limited to A ng 14th Point Comfort Ya Summer Excursion Aug 12 limited 15 days Rates 12 00 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address G W Barney Divison Passenger Agent Lexington Ky tf The Price of School Books The following prices have been fixed by the school book commission The first row of figures indicate price allow ed for an old boon the second row the full price If you have an 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Rational Writing Boots Nus 16 each specify Slant or Vertical 05 Any book dealer who desires to handle these sec the County Superintendent We have our own brands baking powder and which is guaranteed or money refunded if not OK None genuine unless branded with name of Try it I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest notice IP Thompson the jeweler tf Bring us your produce if you want the cash Fort SALE The Stone property on Crab Street if or Adams Co Real Estate DanvilleVKy newspaperman deceive anytime for which you creditEx anyone CO Educational maybe on Excursion limited 12 excursion H- Old 00 New 2 New Lougs New Laueurge Exercises 00- Lougs New Language Exercises lIlslory of Government soda W R Ward WlI Ward i July I Home possibly following 7 I S Looksts ill Orchard Write 3sprice 4t21 PAINTS We guarantee to give you a better lessthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I FAJ J EO O E I I and Bargains Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Zimmer bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your bakery tf See us Iron fence we can interest you 7 14 Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson See our handsome line of cut glass 77 Morrow Mclloberts Iso one family horse for sale Ap ply at this ollice July 14tr No 1 family horse for sale Apply at this Diode tf Refrigerators at bottom prices 714 Ilaselden Robinson New line of elegant new style cases 77 Morrow McRoberts Please return our wire fence and get reward 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I P 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 Go to Wards for your Fruits and Vegetables Fresh supply always on hand For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately J G 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paint it free of charge v 4t Frlsbies Drug Store Eiamine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Dear nut for cooking fuel 414 HBNorthpott Clock and Jewelry Repairing prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of in the best man nero Charges reasonable and tion guaranteed Store at Thompsons Old stand street G2tt Ike P Thompson your stretchers For Rent nAB For Rent Notice e value anybody Sto e pain not lint Jam s before C C C C watches f C C LIB C C Herring V finish glue yuu 4 of all kinds for all WALLPAPER rs snr s vcrl F Perfect satisfaction buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right in Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visit rushes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary j DANVILLE KENTUCKY School Books lLane Bros high Standard Paints High Grade Var GIBBONS X I MAY VV fIOWIV I OQX New Adoptions I I O- FI School Books 2y now have a coil X plete stock of all the I I sell them only for CASHat state con tract prices Old ibooks exchanged We We RE MCROBERTS Lancaster KY Sight Is PricelessYou cannot afford to risk your sight by purchasing glasses from any itinerant spectacle peddler that passes through your town If you notice a defect in your horses eye you immediately send for a veterinary because he knows 2 I OOoo a a X00000000000 OOOX c How about your own eyes why not use the same precaution as you do in the case of your horse Our Dr Arnz formerly with T J Howe Co of Louisville is a graduate of one of the leading Optical Colleges and our work carries the guarantee of satisfaction or no pay THE IKlENZA BATHwill give immediate relief in all cases of TIRED WEAK or INFLAMED eyes no matter from what cause Abso lutely harmless perfectly delightful to use and always fresh Has been endorsed by thousands of professional business men Once tried always used W ARNZ will be in Lancaster on July 31 and August 1st and 2nd at the Mason hotel Exam Our Dr H C inations free whether you need or buy glasses or not A call is respectfully solicited W ARNZCO Louisville Ky OUTING ATLANTIC CITY VIA THE SCENIC H C SEASHORE GOChesapeake Ohio RY Thursday August 3 1905 THROUGHWashington Baltimore PhiladelphiaW- ith Stopover Privilege Returning 400 FROM LexintonWinchester Mt Sterling and Morehead Good Returning until August 14 Inclusive Through Trains Without Change Engage Sleeping Car Space Now Enquire of your Agent for full particulars or write BRONSON H W FULLER Ass Gen Pass Agt Gen Pass Agty Disti Pass Agfc 1WMS G W BARNEY i t p CUTS INTO THE STOMACH Modern Surgery Accomplishes What Was Formerly Deemed Impossible Modern surgerys great achievements have ben in the abdominal region For a generation ago fear of bloodpoison ing kept the surgeon out of this Here disease intrenched itself and bid the surgeon defiance says Les lies Magazine But now the surgeon in trepidly enters diseases former strong hold routs it and in so doing performs lifesaving feats with the organs that seem absolute miracles to the ontooU ing world Take the stomach If it is too large the surgeon enfolds a portion of the wall and sutures stitches the edges if a part of it is diseased say with can cer he cuts it out sutures the edges and if necessary cuts a new opening for the head of the small intestine and sutures it into place if the esophagus is ob structed so that food cannot be taken naturally a tube Is inserted through the abdominal wall into the stomach and when the man is hungry he merely drops a premasticated meal into the tube or in case a cancerous area be so large as to demand such a severe operation the surgeon may remove the entire and suture the esophagus to the duodenumContrast this last operation with the working principle of the 70s that to enter the stomach is death and you see how far surgery has traveled in a gen eration This last operation is of course rarely performed even now but there are today a few per sons In the world one returned to work within two months after the operation attending to their regular duties tak ing a special diet and apparently just as happy as if their stomachs were not in jars on laboratory shelves COULDNT COMMIT SUICIDE Bottle Was Marked Poison But the Darky Suspected It Was j All Right There was a man in Atlanta who once suspected a colored man in his employ of tampering with the contents of his wine cellar especially with a certain brand of fine whisky The employer de cided to adopt measures to verify his suspicions writes Womans Home He allowed the demijohn hold ing his private stock to become empty then Instead of refilling it he placed his pet brand in bottles labeling each one poison One evening on returning home unex pectedly he caught his servant in fla grante delicto Seizing the bottle from the darkys hand the Atlanta man ex claimed in a tone of horror Great heavens Sam do you know what you have been doing This bottle is marked poison The negro took the bottle and sur veyed it closely Then he sniffed at it A melancholy smile flitted over his dusky countenance Taint plzen sah he said dejectedly Ise been fooled agin Fooled again repeated the indignantly What do you mean Well sah continued the darky In the same tone of depression it am dis way I knowed from de fust from de way you acted bout dat demijohn dat you had yo suspishuns ob me an dat sho made me feel pretty blue I got distressed an didnt care Why sah fo mos two weeks now Ise been tryin to commit suicide outer dat MODERN GREEKS BELIEFS peasant Classes Still Hold to Old Time Superstitions A Few In stances Where They Occur Some of the superstitions of the old mythological religion still prevail among the peasant classes In Greece said Dr George Horton in the Wash ington Post Nor are the educated classes without such beliefs such as that harm ensues from looking at the moon over the right shoulder the belief in the three fates the evil eye the vam women the fates are supposed to come down from Olympus three days after the birth child and to hold a meeting to 4 determine Its fate Consequently a table containing many dainties is set v out for their invisible enjoyment Es care Is taken lest the old ladles be enraged at not having enough good tilings to eat No woman desires to be territory stomach less Companion master bottle generalDressed ota stomach I t pedal LITTLE WOMENN- ature dates womanhood from the period when the womanly is first established so that little women are schoolgirls shopgirls etc And therein lies a danger This period is one of the most important in a womans life the mental effort of study the phys ical effort of labor are doubly ex hausting at this season and coupled with neglect or are often responsible for irregularity and oth er ailments Dr Favorite Prescrip tion may be relied upon to carry the woman safely through this period as it does through mater nity the later change of life This great medicine establishes weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Two years my daughters health Brodhead Green Co Wis Everything that could be thought of was done to help her but it was no use She kept fail I gave up thinking she must I Doctor that only for Favorite Prescription my daughter would have been today When she had taken onehalf bottle the natural function was established and bought another one only two bottles in all and she completely recov ered Since then she is as as can be Of OOHHM0H MM iciU Awio r tn mont FREE on roeolft of 21 onocont to oxpeamo of mmilmg ONLY Amdren Dr fc V Pterc I function Pierces to writes Mrs Dan of n ingand ia at con IJ Y natures we- Mca Md paper covers amp 1ffaI left alone after her child is born that the ugly old women may be come ejalous and wreak some awful vengeance Smut s therefore smerged on the faces of the youngsters so that this jealousy may not become excited The young Athenian women frequently go to the ancient tombs near Athens and calling upon the fates beg them to reveal the identity of their future his bands singing From the top of Olym pus where are the fates where is my own fate ENGLISH CLING TO LUGGAGE Britishers Show Antipathy to Being Separated from Baggage While on a Tour Perhaps the strangest lact about the English on their travels is their antip athy to being separated from their lug gage The system of registration of the continent and the checks of the United States are known to them but rater familias believes in seeing for himstll that the various items are labeled and put the van and if a cliMiitre of trains is involved his anxiety in spitr of all assurances knows no bounds Nor have the railway companies enjoyed much support in their efforts to intro duce systems of collecting and baggage Possibly the motor car may do something to break down this and people will learn that their treasured personal belongings can be sent from place to place without their own supervision and then less cum brous and antiquated methods of dealing with them will be adopted For it can hardly be claimed that the fourwheel er or railway omnibus to the London terminus the handporterage the la beling and all their attendant worries are in keeping with the facilities enjoyed by travelers in other matters Spinning Wheel in Ireland The spinning wheel and the flax Wheel are still found in the Irish cot tages where many a girl has her wed ding dowry of linen and homespun made at home Although it is more the task of the older women there are still girls who do their spinning stint and lay by a certain amount for their wedding outfit A pleasant sight it is to see the elderly women outside their cottage doors spinning the flax or the wool As long as the weather is warm the sturdy Irishwoman old or young scorns a roof except to sleep under The free air and sunshine are her choice and the sweet sky is the fairest roof GIVES COWS FOR DIAMONDS Interesting Experiences of a Pioneer Prospector in South Africa J B Robinson has been recounting to an interviewer his early experiences in 1879 while in search of South diamonds Having given eight oxen and a wagon loaded with sugar and tobacco to a Griqua in exchange for a 23carat gem the news spread like wild fire through the country side that a white man was giving away wagons and oxen for bits of stone re lates the Detroit Free Press I set all the natives who came to work to seek for diamonds on one side of the river says Mr Robinson and fetched up my own 50 men to hunt for diamonds among the bushes and scrub on my side of tne Vaal I say that I had bought the land on both sides of the river so that I was work Ing on my own property Next at sunrise when I was having my coffee I was startled by a loud hallao balleying and looking I out saw the whole gang of my men rushing toward me In a state of wild excitement One of them had found a diamond of good size they all had come to see what I would do with it What will you give me for it says he I will give you ten cows I replied and sent the man into the herd to take his pick and he marked ten of the best cows as his own They had never dreamed and found diamonds every day they all became rich and I accumulated a good store of precious stones After we had accumulated a large quantity we decided we had better we placed a diamond When the belt was filled my partner girded it about reached London And it was in this way that the first consignment of Afri can diamonds reached London believ- Ing 11110 I I delivering prejudice African ma morn- Ing cowsfor beltfull TownHe Chinese Womin Graduate Miss Li 13i Cu o iliugghua China who has spent th last toni years iu Philadelphia taking a medical course at the womans medical college will graduate from that institution this year with high honors So far as is known Miss Li is the first Chinese to study medicine in this country She was born in Hinchghua where her father is considered the most prominent man of that community He is also the leading spirit in the Methodist church of that province The Chinese maiden has been in this country more than eight years and has spent all of her time in hard study Speaks Two Languages Elizabeth Harrison daughter of exPresident Harrison has never school but speaks French and German fluently through the tutelage of her mother Possible AfterEffects Never strike a man when he is down Ten chances to one he will get up again Chicago Daily News Kentucky Fair Dates The follownig dates fixed by the dif ferent fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced Crab Orchard JulylO 3 days Madisonville August days Danville August 2 3 days HarrodsDurg August days Fern Creek August lays Shepherdsville August 14 4 days Lawrenceburg August days August 10 4 days Guthrie August days Shelby ville August 22 1 days Springfield August 23 4 days Nicholasville August 20 3 days Bardstown August 30 1 days Florence August 30 4 days September H3 days Glasgow September C days Fair September 180 lays Henderson September 20 0 days Falmoutli September 27 4 days Owensboro October 10 5 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 CouLh when other remedies fail Sold by II E MeRoberts lm Upon Ky Honor As an American Citizen I consider First Aid to the to be Americas most reliable lousehold remedy I fully believe and will guarantee Iaracamph to be the quickest surest and healing agent vcr offered to the for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellingsand Inflammations It s an absolute of Blood Poisoning for which reason alone i should be kept in every home shop 01 factory Paracaniph heals without ugly scars It does not dry and scab but actually heals from the bottom of the wound up is the relief it cases Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Sore Feet Sore Muscles Itching and Burning Skin Itching Piles Insect Bites and Inflammations It is superior- to fashioned salves and arnica and vaseline for the reason that when applied it opens the pores of the skin penetrates directly to the seat of tin the circulation re moves the and draws out al soreness fever and inflammation by induc ing sweating I guarantee every bottk of to do exactly what i claimed for it when applied as tired as advised giving tlu promised results every retail druggist i to refund the Dons take any substitute there is nothing jus as good as Paracamph Sold only SScfiUc and 100 bottle by all good druggists or sent direct E B Spicer General Manager The Para niripVi Company Louisville Ky CCJESlormes I woman I 25 84 154 151 Vanceburl 173 Elizabethtown KyState leaving unequaled- for Swellings directed- If attended rnone rII HOWES TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle eyeglass lenses ground a peculiar man so as to give a clearer field of vision other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other afford and which can be apt predated only by those who have tried them They arewithout question the most scientifi constructed glasses that have ever been made and when BIFOCALS near sighted and farsighted glasses combined of any other form of Bifocal Glasses TORICOID GLASSES are made only by T J Howe Co Louisville Ky and are sold by them and their authorized under a and the money paid for them will be refunded If you have trouble with your or II have not given you perfect corn and satisfaction every way write to us about TORICOID this paper T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY an nero S singlelens givesatisfaction fort 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to fill the new positions created by Railroad and Telegraph Companies We want YOUNG MEN ami LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHYA- ND R R ACCOUNTING tile largest exclusive Telegraph Schools In the 20 and endorsed by all leading Kali way Officials We execute a 250 Bond to student to furnish him orior a position paying from 10 month in States cast of the Mountains or from 75 to 100 a month in States west of the Rockies immediately upon graduation our Schools write direct to our executive oillce at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scodbl of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo NY Atlanta Ga LuCrosseWls Texarkana Tex San Fraco Cal andStatione ry to fO a vacations FAVORITE years I IRESCRIPTIONL 5 44 TRANCE ADVICE alert attention Humanitarian contract our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to those ted with colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have them if they did not any special benefit after the use of one bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor qWe did not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our confidence in Syrup makes it possible for us to give such QWe know by the ex of over 35 years that one 75cent bottle of German Syrup will speedily re hove or cure the worst coughs bronchial or lung troubles that even in bad cases consumption one bottle of German Syrup work wonders qNew trial bottles 250 reg ular size 75C At all druggists United States of America Eastern District of Kentucky SS In the United States Court in and for the said District In the matter of William P Ruble Bankrupt No 37 in Bankruptcy Notice of First Meeting of Creditors To the Creditors of William P Ru ble of Buena Vista in the county of Garrard State of Kentucky and Dirt 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 and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at mv in Ilarrodsburg Ky on the 22nd day of July A D 1105 oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors mav attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and transact such other busi ness as mav properly come before said meetingJuly 1005 T H ITardin tf Referee in Bankruptcy United States of America Eastern District of Ken tuckyln the UnitedStates District Court in and for said District No 30 in Bankruptcy Notice of First Meeting of Creditors In the matter of James Thomas Lear Bankrupt To the Creditors of Tames 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 adjudi cated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will he held at oillce of Referee in Ilarrodsburg on the 20th day of July 1005 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 as may properly come before said meet int July G 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 Bolts Eczema Blind Bleeding Itching or Piles Get the genuine DeWitts Witch Ilazle Salve Sold by R E Me Roberts lm WHO PILLS YOUR This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists X who have always given V special attention to the art f of Dispensing tions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very best Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc DrC C rsonat to his great German For by n It ItUoberC District office atlO business C Phvsicttns Prescrip i I i I V WSFISH PaintLickKy Green qlit 4 sale OQOooOOOXXX PESCRIPTIUNSI K d t1 0 O The undersigned hereby give warn lug to all persons not to trespass upon our lahds for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of theJaw Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice A J Tompson J II Rigsby R G Pettus D M Anderson- J L Hutchins Sweeney Morgan Win Coldiron S C Iligsby Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill II C Miller W S Ferguson WR Cook W L Lawson WA Wheeler POSTED q For LatePlanting 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 vat uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I Nearly all disease germs that find 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 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 W O L rs WHAT YOU EATe contains times the trial size which sells for SO cents PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY C DeWITT c COMPANY CHICAGO liT JJA The 2 o- rE ILL eaa DI S I 00 sk for the 190 5 Kodol Almanac 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky and Right time to cure Catarrh IE K iM Kol crtH iiirini c Ilyoim1 ire IflMMl Now I The early summer when the becomes warm and settled is the best time of the whole year to treat catarrhal troubles with the expactath n of complete and lasting relief Everyone who has catarrh or a to catarrh should use Ilyomei now for the benefit will he gained twice as quickly and the disease thoroughly eradicated from the sys ternThe complete Ilyomei outfit costs but one dollar includes a neat pocket inhaler medicine dropper cient Ilyomei for several weeks treatment The inhaler lasts a and if more Ilyomei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for f 0 centsIn there are scores of well known people who have been cured of catarrh by Ilyomei If it does not cure you 11 E Mclloberts will return your money This is the strongest evidence he can offer as to his faith in the remedy That Smooth Finish 50 much desired by all men for their collars is givers at this Laundry If yon want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky Agent Lancaster Kentucky III weather tendency moot sulli lifetime 5 I H T LOGAN I I How Germ Diseases Start People With Weak Stomachs in a Continual State of Danger ache variable appetite nausea gnaw big 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 fifty cents box of Mi ona tablets will give quick and speedy relief Ask TC McRoberts one of the most reliable Druggists in Lancaster to show you the strong guarantee under which he sells Minna R The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 C A R DENNY Pr Mtat JOHN E STORMES Vice Preit S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird LEWIS Y LEAVKLL President J J WAIKKIt Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier 4 W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKKK 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 390600200 Insurance in Force Jan 1 1905 1123000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of Issue Payment of pruniium the only co dition 2 premium Is paid Extend ed Insurance without request incase of defaultafter time payment of 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 Loansat o per 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 G Several options settlement at end 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 of changing beneficiary Its popularity is evinced by the amounts of insurance in force If you will fill send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to sub mit for your oxamination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a per son of your age YoursrespectfullyM Agent M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life in your Company on thus plan for tile sum of 1 was born on the day of i18 80 O O O O 000 O O 00000 00000000 I493 2 2 Sam O0Q0000 000000000 000 0000000000 i Automatically nonforfeitable as soon as one one premium Choice between Privilege and e f t 0 0 1 Name Addrest e WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDERDISEASE tHat is not beyond the reach of medicineNo medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five i years I was troubled with kidney and j bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was nil run down and n year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three o the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AND ShOO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY sale bv CC JE Stormcs TQTQWeSi l3SSMWm My accounts are DUE and I THEM MONEY f Please call and settle I SALLIE D TILLKt j FOLEYS KIDkliEY CURE or J For Q 0 80 ffji- W 0 NEED 0 o i 0 rYliffIlJ J rmJiIfifffflltffJif Jesse O We ren Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the patron age of the owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and TornntTo None but the strongest and best OidLine Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Jawcnsfer Kentucky Giiincs Hotel SeeWrite or Phone SWINEBROADat Insure your property against Fire LifliWDL Best CompaDies Best Rates Farm Department Specialty Insure with your own Countyman every time 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