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CENTRAL RECORDKY FRIDAY AUGUST 4 1905 I THESIXTIWlVTJI rJcu LANCASTER NUMBBB U L a I+ Have your Roofing Guttering REPAIREDWe class work at Dont Put It Off J R HaseSden During summer months we oiler f Special Bargains i N Furniture Wo can furnish your house from cellar to garret and with our easy pay meat system you Never Miss the Money Please remember when you treed furniture that Hamilton DunlapSu- ccessors toJA IScazlcy S Co j A Beazley Undertaker r tiI I I and I reasonablerates I I w w vJ rv III I J I I I the People to See I L u II s f taitle Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Wear Best E C BOCuS i llerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Hi CHRIS FARIS I Dentist Office over Thotapons store Danville at The W C T U Library will be open Tuesday nights at 8 to 9 oclock and Saturday afternoons from 230 to 30 oclock Very attractive lot of new books have just been re ceived Come and see them Lumber at Auction On Saturday Aug 5 1905 in front of the court house in Lancaster Ky at 3 oclock we will sell at public to the highest bidder about 20 000 feet lumber mostly oak being the lumber used in the amphitheater and other buildings at the Lancaster Fair Lancaster Pair Association j 8 1 g j i f Salesman road II L I IR ILaw J U auction J always r csa uszr usE AsAi x 9ULnL6tYr1H7lQJtiS7QZCa2Tf8YSi tiA pj wcnr r w 3 1 5 bright r i r t Local Notes The union meeting will be held at Presbyterian church Sunday evening at the usual hour The Danville fair is drawing a big crowd this week It is pronounced the best held in recent year Go over and enjoy a day Itcloses Friday The Hume Bros proprietors of the immense cooperage filed a deed of assignment Tuesday About 300000 is involved in the as signment The plant employed about 250 men and its closing means much to the city of Richmond Buys Big Farm E C McWhorter has bought the handsome home of Mr lames Burrows 21 miles from Paint Lick on the Lan caster and Richmond pike containing SCO acres for 20000 We understand Mr McWhorter lias secured a rare in the purchase of this farm He expects to move to it about Nov 1st and will continue in the mercantile business at Paint Lick Mr Burrows is expected to leave soon for Texas Change on Stage Line Miss Susie Hatcher who has been operating the Danville stage line since the death of her father hassold the business to her brother and will resume her place with the Logan Dry Goods Co next Monday She has been very successful with the mail line and made many friends among the patrons who regret to see her give it up Her energy and pluck have brought forth many compliments all of which were richly deserved A Handsome Remembrance The editor of The Record was so agreeably surprised as he was yesterday afternoon when an express package was delivered to him contain ing a handsome silver tureen bearing this inscription Compliments the Kentucky Press Association Presi dent Louis Landram 11011005 It was a token from our beloved brother editors as the inscription indicates and in remembrance of our humble efforts in behalf of the Association while having the honor of being its president As stated above it was a surprise indeed for while we put forth our every effort in behalf of the Association yet we realized fully our lack of ability to till the office and dreamed of our humble efforts ac complishing anything of consequence With our limited vocabulary it would be folly toattempt to express our deep appreciation of the token of and we can only say that our heart goes out in deepest gratitude and appreciation Our humble prayer is that God will bless every member of the Kentucky Press Association and when the trials of their state are over that each will be admitted into that Temple not made by hands eternal in the Heavens Died at Brodhead J Harvey Dunn formerly of this county died at his home in Brodhead last Saturday after a brief illness of typhoid fever aged 33 years The a son of the late of Garrard county and was a resident here until a few years ago when he moved to Brodhead and engaged in in the mercantile business He was married about six months ago and is survived by his wife an aged mother and several brothers He was related to many Garrard county people the family being one of the largest and most prominent in this section of the State He was a member of the firm of Dunn Hamm dealers in general merchandise at Brodhead and no one in that section stood higher in the of the people or had more friends The remains were taken to Danville Monday and interred in the family lot in Bellevue cemetery He was a Master Mason and the funeral ceremonies were conducted by that order Sees Good Ahead The Louisville Times prints the editorial for which the editor of The Record is deeply grateful The Kentucky Press Association now in annual session at Crab Springs appears at last to have solved the problem of making its season count for For the first time in several years a junket of several thousand milesmore or less has been abandoned and the editors their sisters their sweet hearts and their wives are now in one place to remain there un til the work is done The innovation is directly chargeable to Louis Lan dram the president of the tion and the members of his Execu Committee and from the char ater of the papers read at sessions yesterday and the discussion that fol lowed them there can be no question that they are entitled to the gratitude of the members of theKentucky press The Times both as a member of the association and as a metropolitan pa per that has long recognized the need of hearty co operation between the country editor and his city brother if the evils by which the State is from tune to time threatened are to be met and overcome and the possibility of the States advancement along every line open to her are to be made the most of is glad to be the first to cori gratulate Mr Landram on the wisdom of his policy and to the good that will ensue from the present meeting will make itself felt in the year that is to g ia i r plant at Richmond bargain Jim never never friendship probationary deceased wa Josh Dunn estimation following Orchard vacation sonethir assembled predictthat to S Assoc live collie l rc I j II J si II w M w j w P F J J J j s J j s J Come to the ice cream supper in the park Friday night Admission 15c Dont neglect to come to the ice cream supper in the park Friday night Admission 15c M Tinder will return home this week and fill his pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning J D Gulley who runs the Sunda mail line to Stanford is aale to carry passengers both ways He leaves at 930 a m and leaves Stanford after arrival of the trains Mr W I Gottof the country produce house of Gott Co has been quite ill of fever and is at the home of in Richmond The house is up but the business is in hands of competent persons and the wagon will run as usual The Colored Fair The Garrard and Lincoln Colored Fair si an assured success and all indications point to the most and enjoyable meeting the Associa tion has ever given The fair will in the old Jackman woods near Lancaster on August 24 25 and 26 Some very large and liberal premiums are offered and a fine show of stock will be had A fine band has been and the grounds will be placed in the very best of shape This office printing the catalogues and they will be out in a few days For City Council We undersigned citizens and voters within the city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky most respectfully petition the Clerk of the Garrard County Court to place the names of Ed Bishop for Mayor of the City of Lancaster and that of J E Stormes S C Denny S G Ilaselden J B Conn C D Powell and J B Kin naird for members of the City Council upon the City ballot lor the election to be held for election of Mayor and Councilmen for the said City of at the November election 1905 said Mayor to serve the term of four years from his qualification thereafter and said councilmen to serve two years after their qualification and desire to vote for them each of said above nam ed gentlemen are resident tax payers and property owners within the said City of Lancaster and their residence is Lancaster Kentucky and that each of said above named gentlemen are legally qualified to hold said office and they desire that their said names shall be placed on said ticket under the of a minature picture of the Court House together with title of PEOPLES TICKET Given under our hands this July G J C Robinson DDGelgor T Logan F Koblnson J 11 Hnselclon W It Hall House M Ballot It Gaines It Zlmmer Louis Lnmlrara A J McNees I Hughes I Williams Will Doty J W Siveeuey M Anderson AT Anderson Burnett K II Batson P Frisbie E Manuix V Pumpbry G W A M Bishop Thomas Austin A Conn W A Beazley G M Patterson B Sander WJIZauone Leavel E Nevlus H A B Marksbury Duncan B Hnry T Williams James K Pierce SM Duncan S B Jennings F JI Tinder W B West Alex R Denny E R Brown J M Acton LB Hughs R E McRoberts HenlyVBastiu G Chris Farris Romans Jas L Smith J S Johnson Jr D M Lackey O VShngara John E Ballard J II Kiuuaird S D Rothwell John Magee W 0 Dnnlnp Tom McSIIllIon Henry Simpson Sam Wnlter J S Hatulilen E W Morrow Frank It Markslmry W II Ward C W Frlslilc J II Soper H C Hamilton Louis L Burnside J A Itoyston J W Hamilton Ed C Gaiiies H D Tomlinson O W Palmer Thos Anderson J Joseph W A Arnold Jas W Smith A H Bustln Ike Thompson Tom Wherritt W C Pumphry Wm Shugars Jesse Doty John hail J A Jones J B Wortham Fred Hall Alex Walker Elijah Senders R L Underwood Banks Hudson D S Perin T M Johnson C D TevU Clay Dunn Hughes R L Davidson W B Burton Moss Miller Joe Bnrnside C D Walker Hugh M Grant Logan Jack Adams Geo Wright J A Amon U D Simpson Joseph Faulconer W B Adams Wm D Gregory M G Aldridge A B Brown Jr Wm Herndon Jno K West W B Alfred Dunn Jack Simpson Milton Sneed Will Overstreet Jerry Mayfield John Nelson Quln Palmer W H lintels Andrew Beazley Anderson Harlin Cbaton Anderson Dau Bogie Charley Owens Alex Anderson Henry Alex Schooler George Moran Alex Harris Pollard Montague Floyd Sam Perkins Add McDonald Jim Faulkner Andy Mayfield Alfred Hood Tom Jennings John Floyd Lewis Spence Royston Jess Myers B Bruce Steve Anderson William Bell George Vf Leavell George McDounal Alex Dunn Henry Tevls Coal Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wilt sell lots 100 to 200 bush els of coal cheap for Cash We Jelhco Briirtant1Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our Prices before buying oldstand Thrashing coal lie H B Uorthcott Eld F Lancaster relatives locked successful beheld secured the residents Lancaster deice T W II Wherrltt Le ho T F S J W J T S Elkin M G Tlllett J M T J hood Jas lull W W Long Mason- G F I Bur am I Custln Boman Chas C Golne handle C now snow Embry Evans loots JI M Rothssall Duncan ti Semi Cannel Leay s ells A PROFITABLE MEETING Kentucky Editors Transact Much Business and Have Lots of Fun at Crab Orchard Springs I The annual meeting of the Press Association held at Orchard Springs last week was by all present the most and enjoyable seer held and we are satisfied brought the editors su close together that much will be accomplished not only for the people but for the people ot the state Some years ago this associa tion was formed by leading editors of Kentucky Much good was accom plishcd for awhile but pleasure was allowed in and this grew to such an extent that nothing of conse quence has been accomplished in the last ten years save general good time and social features Those in during the last year determined to bring about a change so held the meeting at Crab Orchard Springs and cut out the trip over the country As stated in a recent issue of this the meeting continued for three days the mornings being devoted to the discussion of business while the afternoons and evenings in pleasure and recreation Many mat Gets of great importance to the people were taken up one being that the officials topublish a report of the receipt and disbursement of monies The taxpayer is entitled to know exactly what is done with every cent of his hard earned money into the public till how ninth is col Iccted and what it costs to maintain the town and county governments While there is no cause to fear dishon esty on the part of the taxpayers should be informed just the same as banks are required to publish their affairs This is one of the mat ters the Press Association is trying get the law makers to enforce and we believe it will be brought about New ollicers are elected each and of New Castle was chosen president to succeed the editor of this paper D B Wallace of Warsaw was made vice president and W Vernon Richardson of Dan ville was chosen secretary The new ollicers are well equipped for the pla ces and will give the Association cause to feel proud of their selection The new president is a gentleman of fine integrity a Christian gentleman and a mighty clever man and the members all stand ready to assist in his duties to the extent of their ability The amusement features proved ex ceeaingly enjoyable and furnished great amusem ent The press boys will always have a warm spot in their heart for the lovely treatment given them by Capt and Mrs J B Willis of the Springs Hotel While the large number of regular guests crowded the buildings yet the press boys were much bettor fare thSn can be at Summer resorts anl all are thoroughly pleased with the enter tainment The meals were splendid and notwithstanding the fact that the large dining room was tilled three times at each meal yet all guests were waited upon nicely We wish to bring out this feature better and have ordered a large halftone cut to use with the write up in the next issueThe attendance was larger than ever before and the leading and most newspaper men of the state took part in the deliberations The selection of our neighbor Vernon Richardson as secretary was a very wise move lIe is not only capable but willing to perform the duties of the office The minutes will be and distributed in a few days Geo R Landram Dead George R Landram who resided in this city many years ago died at his home in Louisville last week after a lingering illness The deceaced was a son of Lewis Landram well known to tile older citizens of Kentucky espec tally those of the Masonic fraternity having served as Grand Master of the State He was a halfbrother of the late Gen W J Landram of Lancaster The deceased was connected with the Western Union Telegraph Co in the operating department in Louisville He leaves a widow and two daughters Mrs L L Fogg and Mrs LaPlace all residing in Louisville The remains were interred at Cave Hill Cemetery Louisville Locates at Buckeye Doctor R M Smith of Somerset has located at Buckeye for the price Lice of his chosen profession Dr Smith is the third child of a widowed mother lIe was raised in Pulaski county near Somerset receiving his preliminary education in the country schools of that county After he com plead the common school branch be entered the Kentucky University of Lexington where he graduated tour yearslaterImmediately after his grad nation he entered the Kentucky of Medicine of Louisville tak ing a four years course Dr Smith comes to this county highly by those that know him as a man of sterling qualities and habits and well qualified for the work that he has undertaken The profession of this county joins The Record in giv Ing him a becoming a young man of his professional attainments Everyone is invited to attend the ice cream supper in the park Friday night fur benefit of the Junior Endeavor Society Admission 15e e o r Kentucky pronounced prof- Itable newspaper to come paper were spent requiring public ol1icialsyet the t ye Mr E A Gullion n secured Cr goad ha given influential printed University recommended welcome the t s L of it to Auditors Agents The following is from the Winches Senitnel It appears to be the mission of this paper to show up Auditors Agents Whether the other papers havent en enough to find them out or the courage to tell the truth we dont For several weeks past A M liar rison Auditors Agent has been busy in this county His attorney was Mr J Moore of Lexington A who appeared to do clerical work Mr Browning More than a score suits was brought for back taxes Must if not all of them have been compromised The scheme is to enter suit against corporations and Individ uals for large amounts This is done in the most reckless manner and in many cases without justification One that has been in existance but one year had suit entered against for five years back taxes Another corporation it Was claimed owed taxes on several millions for the past five years In this case the agent agreed to take 2000 as a compromise and this was practically understood to be the amount that would be paid but a representative of the Company went to Lexington and as a result a written judgement was sent to the attorney for the Company here to be entered for 300 anybody and for any amount regardless of the facts and they are just as ready to settle with anybody The Auditors Agent appears to be empowered to enter suits against for any amount regardless of the facts These agents do not pretend to be working in the interest of the people They are after the twenty per ceir commission and they take the shortest way to get it Any law which permits suits to be entered without sufficient grounds is iniquitous and makes the very worst system of and to allow any corporation or individual to settle taxes due the State through an agent by compromise fora less sum than is due isan injusice all the taxpayers The time has 1 come when the people regardless of party must think and act and the sooner they do it the better it will be The pastor ollicers and members of the colored Baptist church desires to thank all who in any way assisted us in our effort to cancel the debt of our church which was Sunday at our rally The collection was 157 S2 This will pay every dollar the church owes Our aim is to so conduct our selves that you will have no regret athaving helped us Bessie Miller Clk C C Gums Pastor Fresh eggs lie at II B Northcott I I tel Sun I I black gentleman corporation I I I I I iany- one possible I r I II wash 4 blackmail done last 15 j Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Great Gieaning Out Spring Stock NOW ON I All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold Dry Goods Dress Goods Parasols Hosiery Gloves Fans Etc At Greatly Reduced Prices THE Joseph Mercantile Co rT I I 0 000 o 0 00 o 0 OO jOur I I i I I I of I I j l is t I I i I I I i I I I I V i I III I I I I i I i i I OOOoooooOOOCIO 0 oOOOOOOO4 u S f 1 J 4 f t COST Walkover Oxfords at Cost X 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 Nice Line of Underwear Everything and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see Hrp A AA it l I AT II I I patterns J us LOGANt i r ii A new i JfbIuwWy w- y ti9Yk Facuty G P SIMMONS PresidentHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud McBurnoy University of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Breuau College English Language and Literature Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky Mathematics and Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth College and Gerard of Music Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson ftneric an Institute nod Applied Music New York Piano and Stringed Instruments Miss Alice M Eubank Cooper Union and New York School of Art Art Department r Mrs Jennie White v s Preparatory Department Miss Lula Allen Primary Department Stenography and Typewriting Elocution t u f1jJfJ l JjfjiJ fk Y ffiJlilJiliXtp I S I I 7 0 re Sciences Piano Conservatory Q tx5 p p p cj E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKlO RATED C I II I I I rest PUtmt condition June SO 100 ItKNOUUVKS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due fronrlianks HtuikhiK House and Lot Moitgigcs L1AKIL1TKS Capital Stock K000 00 5333 34 Individual Deposits 734S91O wl 011 1074d 13 Furniture and Fixtures 1100 W s GO to 1a471545 W- Laslt 103 I3310 00 0- 010t631 CAPITAL L6ooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JSBUUUOYVS WOODS WOODS W C FISH I DUntCTORS l J B E L i Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Brosi r You go to a BAKER for BREAD for jUjjUjUjUji jUjjlUjjUj ji jjjji n u juu j jun nr nnv trnrnrnrnnnnntrnnirnrnnmm rnmnrnrnninmi MADISON INSTITUTE Should be Patronized by the People of Garrard Count 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 select ed 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 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 I jfJiijJi JljljJ ji f l M rID rIJjJfiJi0J 10jj 0JJJ rJ LCJW r lflit1 tl l1lr1G reachof r specialists CENTRAL RECORD Jssiited Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM at the Pot Once in Lancaster Ky as SecondClati Mall Matter Lancaster Ry Aitguit 4 Political corruption in all parties is on the wane The best element is de termined to work and vote against all candidates who adopt unfair means to secure their election and thwart the will of the people There is also a growing desire to elect the most men to fill the offices So those who would win had hotter pay some regard ao their conduct and thereby respect the will of the people in whom all power resides Miss Barnes of Philadelphia is the champion athlete of Vassar college She established new records in the hurdles and dashes and is also a star base ball player It would be inter esting to know how long it would take her to sweep and dust a room J4 by IS feet or to bring to full fruition a pan of biscuits A strict construction of the Chinese immigration law shut out too many respectable Chinamen and that na tion threatens to refuse American productoins This is a serious matter as they have been consuming a large part of our products The law will be more liberally construed and our trade will continue Very expensive preparations are be ing made at Portsmouth New for the peace conference to be held there this month It is hoped that peace will be declared and that the billigerent nations will become advanced in the highest type of civil ization Many friends ol lions J C S I and J B McCreary are anxious to I know how candidates for representa j tlve and the State Senate stand in r n Ioo per Entered 1905 I moral Hampshire Blackburn VEHICLESBugg- ies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore 4f I H reference to their favorites for the United States Senate They that a favorable expression is earnestly de sired A Marion Indiana girl tried to com Wit suicide because her mother called to a passing policeman to come into the home and lecture the girl The was very foolish Sha might as well have called the policeman in to get his views on canning cherries An Indianapolis husband was arres ted for whipping his wife He explain ed that his wife was so big and strong that he had to knock her down to keep her from hurting him joke in this some place if you can only find it A telephone girl in sew York City 23 years old has just married an as phalt barron of 70 whose fortune is up in the millions On the part of the girl it was a case of love at first sight of the bank account An Indianapolis man was heard to remark that he was glad the present heated spell came for he and his wile had been able to agree that it was hot their first agreement in six months There are only two convenient ways to escape the inconveniences of the heat sit in a shady spot with an fan and a tall glass near or on the bleachers back or first base It is in the air that the revenue to dig the Panama canal will be raised on beer Perhaps that may count for the frothing at the mouth indulged in by brewers Have you stopped to think that some of the drinks you now aboard in order to keep cool are the same that you tried six months ago in order to keep warm As to the contention of Dr Arnold that the angels of the feminine knee are less graceful than those of the he knee we confess our inability tospeak the card Ohio woman has written to Gov Herrick for a special dlspensa j to permither to wear trousers Women usually acquire this right by i marriage There is this in swear ing The health improves And it answers the purposeof a Turkish bath without the expense The king of England is said to have a new type writer of ivory and mahog any She must be an old type ol beauty The report that got abroar that western railroads were looking up their snow plows was premature One of the meanest things you cat say about a woman is that is r markably well preserved Another way to say that a girl is u Jy is to refer to her as a mighty good girl in her home Will some one please tell what seventeenyear locusts area They seem t come every year Cement for Mangers and Floors Cement troughs and floorsarc quite popular Thctrough runs the lengths of the row of cows and is about eigh teen Inches wide and twelve inches deep The cows are watered fed and hayed in it the water last which cleans all out says the Jersey Bulle tin Anything left in the trough by the cows can be easily swept put The water is conducted to it with a rubber from the force pump The floor is laid in cement The chief point is to get a correct foundation The best for this is cinders first on the bottom then pound them hard and put gravel or finely powdered stone or brickbats arocheapj pound this solid Mix cement out of one of cement to two of clean sharp sand and spread it on a half to 3 quarters Inch thick If a little rough on the surface all the better v Theresa electric t a k e IAn consolation I he hose coarse 1i trs F r say mother required acv ids ISIllANTSYILLE Mr Jeff Dunn was in Lexington TuesdayMiss Philips of Stanford is visiting Mrs W J Hogan Mr 7 W Glass is at home after spending several days in Cincinnati Mrs John Flowers and children of Louisville are visiting Mrs Jeff Dunn Master Joseph Stedman and sister Ophelia are visiting relatives in Yer sailles Miss Jennie Burnside has returned home after a visit to friends in Mid dlesboroMrs Burnside has gone to Petoskey Michigan to spend several weeksMessrs Willie and Dick Moore a few of their friends Friday eveningMrs L Glass spent several days in Jessamine last week with her mother Mrs Combs Quite a number from here attended the Temperance Picnic at Beuna Vis ta SaturdayMrs Dawes and children of Louisville are visiting the family of Mr Jenkins Miss Sally Reddy of Louisville is spending several days with her aunt Mrs Josie Boner Mrs Fannie Bryant returned Wed nesday after an extended visit to re atives in Indiana Little Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn of Lancaster is visiting her cousin Miss Edna Berkele Several from here attended the fu neral of Mr Harve Dunn at Danville Monday afternoon Aunt Clara Robinson of Texas has been visiting friends and relatives here for several days Miss Pearl Hackney of London has returned home after a pleasant visit to the Misses Marett Misses Ethel Dunn and Irene Ro mans of Lancrster have been visit ing Mrs Eugene Berkele Mrs W T Woolfoik and daughters Misses Anna Lee and Margaret of Livingston have been visiting Mrs E II Ballard and family Miss Daisy Collier of Danville has been spending several days with her sister Mrs SamDeatherage andchildrenof Richmond have returned home after a visit to her mother Mrs Sally B WelchMiss Minnie Lee Ballard expects to Indianapolis and other places in Indiana for an extended visit to rela tives in a short time Mr W L Glass has sold his interest in the firm of Becker Glass to Mr Becker We hope however that Mr Bass will not leave our little town The Misses Marett entertrined a lumber or their friends very pleasant y at a Lawn Fete Thursday even fog in honor 01 Miss Pearl Hackney of LondonMesdames Allen and Cox of Frank fort and Mrs Craig of Kansas City have returned to Frankfort after a short visit to their sister Mrs Mae StedmanMrs F Woolfoik of Lexington and Miss Mamie Lee Ballard were guests at the Glyndpn Hotel Rich mond last week and attended the fair They were accompanied by Miss Margaret Tomlinson of Lancaster Mr John Smith has gone to Daven port Oklahoma for a visit to his brother Mr Will Smith who Is the cashier of tne banks there During his absence Mr Herndon Hutcherson of Brodhead will have charge of the bank here Mr Hutcherson is one of the mosL efficient cashiers in the State Peculiar Disappearance J D Runyan of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his pain ful symptoms of indigestion and bili ousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills He says They are perfect remeny for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaranteed at RE McRqberts drug price 25c J 1m I nna entertained I C I I IMrs Taylor Burdett j a M to- go U store i Expenses The school year is divided into two terms of each The expenses term are as follow Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week S r7 CO Tuition in College Department 30 OC Tuition in Academic Department 2 W Tuition in Preparatory Department 1th Reader Grade 20 00 Tuition in Primary Department 15 00 Piano with use of instruments for practice Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week 25 00 Vocal Music two lessons per week r Drawing pencil orcrayon 2Q 00 Oil Painting 20 00 Bookkeeping 17 15 00 Elocution private Delsarte T 10 00 Diploma 10 00 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 thee benefit of boarding pupils who arc absent from Friday to Monday I j ifijjfpX reYfim flJjJ i J JJjtfJI OOjJftIJL jfj 0iir weeks I I fi0 00 FgJ r 00 25 00 I nineteen per U lessons UMetMttotoWA Wheat Corn Oats Rye Hay Straw Etc Highest cash price paid for same rill appreciate a call before you sell Feed and Field Seed of all kinds for sale Custom Grinding Try my meal and chicken teed GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt alien lion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON School kinds NEW and pld Books In Exchange SCHOOL SUPPLIES- One Million Tablets of Every Kind Big supply of every thing for use in Schools STORMES DRUGMAINT STORE The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Weekly Pul at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly unproved It makes a J specialty of LOCAL NEWS r including that of i The Court of Appeals 5 State Fiscal Court The I It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription p Send remittance to I W P WALTON Mgr n Co I frIJrnliJ rn miJ1J 1i1LSiiJ1 mi1 rn rn B B- All j II rn I iHHifilHiJ IiIiID jjJrnJilJs iJj IJ J I I Dailyand lislied I jg I I Federal Court yearly 4 I E3 7L TIt pV TWi 7G Wtre WWM1- J Books OLD- enToi f I I f 1 oot BOWLING GREEN KY i1Jl C Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy 11 Sustatss Teshers Scientific ClassIc Law CommercIal and Special Courses of Study WANTED H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky y fo CatalegueSand Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE COURSE WHEN YOU WRITE Atldrecs Can Keep Cool If you use our ri You IR fri rator and t We have in all sizes I and the prices are right l MOUNT ELKIN Ice Crean FreeZers em Gossip About People Nsv Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are Interested In Mr and Mrs R II Batson arc at Springs Mrs Mattie Frisbie is visiting tivcs in Danville Mike Eikin lies returned to her home in Lexington Mr Geo Palmer of Louisville is in this city visiting friends Miss Helen Thurmond visited Mrs U D Simpson the past week Mrs Mattie Terrill of Richmond has been visiting relatives here Miss Lena Rigney is visiting Misses Annie ands Minnie Cotton of Danville Mrs Bert Smith of Lexington been the guest of Miss Florence Har risMr Arch Walker of Memphis Tenn is visiting his parents near PointLeav Mat Cohen of Richmond spent the latter part of last week with friends hereMrs J C Robinson and Helen are in Winchester and Lexington with rela tivesMiss Roberta Mae Bright of Lex ington is visiting her aunt Miss Lena BrightMiss Ann Hill is in Danville the fair any visiting Miss Daisy Collier Mrs Ellen Bettis and family were with Mrs Wit Watkins Saturday and SundayMr Ellis of Cincinnati has been visiting friends here for the past few days Miss Lizzie Hudson left this week for a visit to Miss Nell Ilayman of JosephMiss Ballard has oven the attractive guest of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Miss Mable McWhorter of Crab Orchard is the guest of Miss Stella McWhorterMessrs Gill and Chas West the dance in Richmond evening Misses Then Hemphill and Carrie Currey leave Thursday for a visit to Atlantic City Mr Henry Campbell of Crab Or chard has been visiting Mr Alex Beazley and family Arthur Joseph left Tuesday for a visit to his sister Mrs Chas It Davis of Lebanon Junction Mr and Mrs Henry Boyle and chil Iron of Cincinnati arc visiting Misses Osee and Ilulda Boyle R R McRoberts has been on a busi I I r la Mr J ell Thursday J Dripping has v i i t attending t r i I t I attended l j ness trip to Livingston in interest of the New Livingston Coal Co The infant son of Dr and Mrs J M Acton is very sick J R Ilaselden and family leave this week for Dripping Springs to spend a mouth Hiram Arnold of the L N was with his parents Mr and Mrs Ike Sunday Mrs B F Hudson Mr Fred Frisbie wife and little son Hudson are at Dripping Springs Miss Louise Farris accompanied her couisin Miss Mae Bodine to her home in Bloomfield Ky Mrs William Lackey and children of McCreary are visiting her parents Judge and Mrs R A Burnside Miss Mary Lewis Grimes left Tues day for a visit to friends at Walnut Hill Louisville and Cincinnati Miss Grace Deering of Lexington is the handsome visitor of Miss Flon Ilammond at her country home Mr McClelland Johnston manager of the New Livingston Coal Co is at home visiting his wife and family Mrs Carrie Davidson accompanied her daughter Mrs Z T Rice to her home in Richmond for several weeks Mrs Hiram Hyatt and daughter Miss Marguerite of Lexington are guests of Mrs Emma Higginbotham Miss Cora Ward of Cincinnati who has been the guest of Miss Willie Bella Burnside is visiting friends in Danville Mrs W E Moss and little daughter Ruby Lawrence and Miss Mary Moss arc visiting in Mid dlesboro Mr W II Beazley and bride of have been visiting home folks F Cummins and mother of Stanford lion J Smith Hays and wife of Win chester and lion Jas M Hays of Bar bourville have been visiting J T family Miss Ethel Wheeler and Sara Early of Lexington are expected to be the guests of Miss Alleen Bourne next week at Mt Airy Sirs W R Marrs has returned to her home in Knoxville Tenn after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Miss Marietta Crowe has returned to hir home in Louisville after a visit to Misses Rella and Allie Arnold and Mr and Mrs A B Brown McKenzie Brown of Mt Vernon has returned to his home after a two weeks visit to his grand parents Mr and Mrs Brethitt Brown y Mrs EH Smith and children have returned to their home in Arkansas accompanied by Miss Fannie Henry who will spend the winter Pattylin Ballon the bright and at tractive child of Mr and Mrs II M Bal lou is quite sick Her many friends hope she will soon recover Arnold Williamsburg Louisville Tas and and also Mr William I III Lightning Belt I I and 11 Morse Power I I f HAY PRESSES Ifoururicesaerigh Hagan Gasoline Engines All sizesr Ilaselden 1 II 1 I I Robinson i ilrund irs B and cell area of visited In oily yesterday Mr German Is ono of the mall clerks on the trains a olllcial and a mighty clever gentlemanMiss Lackey the attractive granddaughter of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey has been the guest of Misses Mary and Margaret Miller of Miss Theo Hemphill left Wednes day for Jackson Miss to visit one of her school mates Miss Sallie Person Her father accompanied her as far as LouisvilleMr Mrs R E McRoberts and Mrs J R Mount were in Danville Mor day in sympathy of the family of Mr Harve Dunn who died Saturday morn ing at his home in Brodhead Mrs K F Postle of California Monday evening for a visit to her mother Mrs Anna Robinson She tells us her husband is nicely located and getting alone well Miss Julia Reid accompanied her brother Rev C M Reid to Middles boro for a visit and from there to Louisville to be with relatives and then will go to Denver Col to make her future home Stanford Interior P G Warner of Garrard has rented the Nunnelley property on Logan avenue Miss Georgia Lewis visited Lan caster friends Misses Ida and Cloe Oaks have been visiting their broth ers in Garrard Mr J M Mount of Birmingham Ala manager of the South for the Nicola Bros Ltflnber Co is visiting his narents here and recuperating from an attack of swamp fever Mr Mount holds a position of much im portance and is a man of ster ling qualities The handsomest and most elaborate social event in Central Kentucky in recent years was the German at Crab Orchard Springs given by the Press Association The immense dining room was beautifully decorated and when the thirty couples of beautiful girls and handsomely dressed men tiled in for the grand march the scene was one of enchantment The leaders were Miss Wilson of Louisville and Capt W V Richardson secretary of the Miss Wilson is an exceedingly beautiful girl and with her charming manners and sweet dis position won the hearts of the mem bers of the press Saxton Trost never played better dance music and the various figures were gone through without the least confusion The figures were pretty and appropriate Capt Richardson proved an ideal lead er and was highly complimented Quite a number of exceedingly hand some and costly gowns were worn This feature of the press meeting was for members of the Association strict ly and was pronounced by all present to be the most elaborate and social event given in Central Ken tucky in many years Three Kinds of Kentucky Kisses Outside of those kisses bestowed by affectionate relatives there can be but three recognized classes of the genus kiss as viewed from a male standpoint The first comes upon your lips as if they were touched by a smooth planed cool and insensate board without life or of any agreeable sensation whatever and not worth being garnered with the hearts mementoes of golden happy hours The second is gentle velvety kiss very sweet and pleasant but vexatiously unsatisfying to ardent nature and but little more pronounced than a cousin would bestow The third is such as tempting passionate lips bestow for about ten seconds upon your lips a lingering sweetness long drawn out that not only steals your breath but seems to be drawing your very soul from out your body A fellow may for get his about the time he is harvesting such a kiss he is sure to but the recollection of that undwarfed honest kiss will abide with him a source of joy and be commensu rate with lire itself A Kansas man recently returned to Kentucky to visit the haunts of his boyhood and in talking with an old lady who lived on the banks of a small stream asked her if there were any republicans in that region She at him In a sort of dazed way and said My old man hunts and traps all over this section and if he caught one he never brought the hide The following is from a western pa per It is ingetiius if not probable A fellow of the name of Moon living out in Michigan got married That a change of Moon After a while his wife presented him with a That was a new Moon lie went out and got drunk for joy That was a full Moon When he sobered up he had only twentyfive cents left That was the last quarter When he got home his motherin law met him with a rolling pin and there was a total eclipse and he saw stars Teachers Institutes The White Teachers of Boyle Lin coln and Garrard counties will meet in Joint Institute at Junction City Ky August 7 1905 The Insti tute will be conducted by Dr R N Ro ark of Lexington Ky and 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 Eliza L Walker Supt Ninety nine ewes and three choice bucks for sale All young sheep they have good mouths with good teeth in them Price WOO W B Moss Phone 99r 0 German leO JournalMr A Been Association enjoyable animationunproductive motherand forget t homeEx 12 E I I I Lancaster J C Stanford this competent Richmond arrived young C looked was laughter Mrs E s 7 rr ItlfiKSVILLE Mr Davis Wiseman who has been very sick is hotter at this writing Miss Ada Allen from Hamilton 0 visited the family of James henry last weekMiss Ida Henry and visitors spent last Saturday night with Miss Cotton Mrs Nat Cotton who visit ing relatives in Paris returned home last Tuesday Miss Ida Wheelet of Cincinnati Is the charming guest of her cousin Loula Wheeler Time young men from Paint Lick gave an entertainment at Shepherds hall Saturday night Mr Walds Benjamin who has been visiting Water Henry returned home in Cincinnati Monday Mrs McMurry who has been her mother Mrs Wallace has to her home in Carolina HEONA VISTA Miss Dunn opened here last Monday Stephen Ison sold his sheep to J B Ruble at 5 per head Addie Carter of Jessamine is the guest of her sister Mrs Virgil Scott Mrs D B Jones and children of Lex ington are with Mrs Mary Spillman Mrs Frank Bogie of Spears isspen ding the week with her mother Mrs Elizabeth Ison A T Scott bought one bay mare for 200 also one cow from Miss Pope of Boyle for 852 50 The Misses Askin of Wilmore visit ed the family cf J W Askins Saturday night and Sunday Mr Lucien Frost who has beeh ill for quite a while is now visiting his sister in Indiana Most of our farmers who have threshed their wheat have sold it to dealers at Burgin and Nicholasville Chas Spillman wife of Mercer and Geo Spillman and wife of Dan yule spent Sunday with their Mrs Mary Spillman Miss Mary accompanied by her Miss Bertha Adkins of Ambrose have been spending a few days with Mrs John Asher of McCreary Mrs Abbott is the guest of her Mrs Geo Barnett and other She will leave in a few weeks for Alpine Texas where she will make her home W II Furr sold a calf to I C Clouse for SO Miss Myrtle Cormney is visiting in StanfordW has a nice 3yearold work mule for sale Mrs M F Cormney visited at last week J C Clouse sold a work mare to Win Campbell for 75 Reubin Long near Stringtown died Friday of old age Wm Lawson and family visited at Tom McQuerrys Sunday Miss Roxie Spangler visited at Mrs Florence Ccrmneyt last week Mrs Jam ma Clouse is very sick at this writing of consumption- Mr and Mrs Geo Lawson visited their children in this neighborhood last week W II Furr has his grist mill in and is prepared to do custom grinding for the public- A little child of Lenard Naves died yesterday which makes four small children that have died in this county in the last week LOWELL Ann M Doty visited at Mrs Liz zie Dunns last week Capt Douglass and family visited Mr John Henderson and family last week Mr Jim Burrows has sold his farm to ECMcWhorter near Lancaster for 20000Mesdames Etta Hays and John Hays of Miles Landing visited Miss Tessie Harden last week Mrs Lida Nelson who has been her parents Mr and Meadows has returned home Jesse Parks and son Dowell have bought land from Mr Wade Walker near Manse and will build a dwelling at once and will move by the first of the year W A Wheeler is improving Mrs Carl Prewitt is very sick at this writing Aunt Polly Lear is visiting her son James Lear near here Grover II Ross is not teaching this week on account of being sick Mrs John Wheeler was taken sud decly sick last Sunday but is some bet nowMr P is preparing to build a new dwelling on his place Hyattsvllle Mr John R Cox of Rot Springs Ark has returned to after visiting his parents here Joe A Ross sold to Hugh Gayley of Madison a nice bunch of 248 lb hogs at 5ic to be by the 20th Strayed Hornless red cow dry Strayed June 1 1905 last seen In Lancaster June 3 Liberal reward for return or Informa tion J M Gay McCreary 4t Clothing cleaned and Or ders left at Hamilton Dunlaps Furniture Storey I tf Faulkner I i Florence been returned t Ill ttie scholl mother cousin sister relatives Flu lWOO1 Stanford operation t visI- ting Mrs J II t NINA near delivered d r E liff has this visiting and Mrs Curtis his jhume Louis y P e i1r ii PAINTS guarantee to give you a better lessthan any body in Lancaster PRISBIES DRUG STORE W I IE r T foZ O E I I 1 Business and Bargains Boarders wanted at Mr UD Simp sons 120tf Zimmer bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your bakery tf X Granite ware nails etc at Wards See ns before Iron we can interest you 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 21tf Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A 8 4 tf W J Romans See our handsome line of cut glass 77 Morrow McRoberts No 1 family horse for sale Apply at tf Refrigerators at bottom prices 714 Ilaselden Robinson New line of elegant watches new style cases 77 Morrow McRoberts If you are wanting a lunch Ward handles biscuits crackers pickles etc always fresh v 2t Please return our wire fence stretch ers and get reward Ilaselden Robinson Bring us your eggs if you want the highest market price in cash 2t W II Ward Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I P We keep our cigars Hence they are always fresh Try one at Wards grocery New stock of machine needles at G0tf Thompsons Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett Ilunga rian aud Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son Coal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of now while it is cheap ot John Magee For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at C0tf Thompsons Western Horses The load of horses advertised to be in Lancaster court day arrived too late but are now on grass near Rich mond and will be sold at the stock pens Monday 7th They will weigh 1000 to 1400 pounds J F Co Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf All kind of seeds for sale Tennessee or Golden Millet Hungarian Kallir corn cow peas whipsor anything you may in field seeds Phone us tf II A B Marksbury Son For Rent 25 or 30 unfurnished rooms for rent cheap Green Briar Springs For in formation call at the premises or ad dress J Booth Crab j y 6 23tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling Mowers receives weekly of hardy roses gems niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her placing your orders tf Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song I have all the latest music in stock and can order in this line on shortest notice IP Thompson the jeweler M We want your business we will g for less money than anybody in Lan caster Frisbies Drugstore 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 prdpose to sell aUill times at wholesale or retail GuJM satisfaction both in quan tity and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf We guarantee our paint peel chalk blister or off live years If it does we will paint to re paint It free of charge i Drug For Sale The Fred Stone Crab Orchard Street Write for price Adams Co Real Estate Danville Ky July 214t For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing I am prepared to repair clocks and of In the best Charges reasonable and satisfac tioh guaranteed Store at Thompsons old stand street jG2tf Ike P Thompson I I I hum e j buying your bar all this oll3ce 7 4 in a Humidor 2t 1 A It need Sutton fore tt Paint hld Varnish Y etter value tee cum r giv Y Frlsbl s Store property- on ds h J w fence C C C C C coat 3uy I C C unto i for than nor i of all kinds for all f Unlimited Facilities for placing the best class harm Property Fire aijd Tornado Insurance Risks EC KIjSrjSTAX Successor to R Kinnaird agent 3 n i T General Insurance PURPOSES By special arrangements with Bas tin Telephone Co any one can call me FREE of charge from any where in Garrard County Phone at Residence No 7 Ollice No 31 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 yj- Lane Bros High Standard Paints High Grade Var Wishes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary Jj DANVILLE KENTUCKY School Books We now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions School Books We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged MCROBERTS Lancaster fiv LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKEI Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTJ KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS Jioooo- B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSOX B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold KENTUCKYS s 1 GIBBONS OO OO OO I I X X 2 Ix S 2 OF y 2 CASHat X ft X 2 iREo COOOOOOO OOOOOOOC i DIREOI uS MAY pOOOC IWO X e e g BIG 6 Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the nrnoc are ritrht STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 1825 I BIG DAYS IN PREMIUMS 6i IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 555Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Bring us your Job Work i 1y 4 S OLDTIMER Editor Record The appalling increase in the number of deaths and injuries from modern inventions is enough to curdle the blood of an oldtimer like me For many years I have seen a wonderful and rapid increase in the number of modern methods of destrue Lion Of all the fast flying machines the auto seems to be the worst At fist we thought the trolley cars were juggernauts but we have come to the conclusion that they are mere play thinKS they kill only four or five a day upon an average The auto not only kills by running away or collid ing with other bodies but causes ma ny accidents by frightening horses Our sister city Danville is not only losing trade but also prestige in mat ters holy by reason of two or three autos that are used by her citizens Time profanity of her citizens is some thing terrible and the News holds its hands up in horror at the threat ened distruction of trade Fast flying causes fast dying In the good old times when there were no railroads and no free turnpikes people staid at home and behaved themselves The fast express trains can take our trade away and incidentally our morals A married man can get on a fast train 40 miles to some near by city spend the night in riotous living and return before his wife and children arise He can lead a moral upright life at home but do as he pleases when he goes to the city People in the city dont care how bad you are when visiting them just so you spend your money with them in fact they will give you a few line drinks and ten cent cigars in order to encourage you Lancaster men need no encouragement When people have hard work to perform and can be kept laboring steadily they have no time to think of the vanities of this sinful world The machines make men lazy and you know what the devil does in times The Invention of the mowers and reapers and selfbinders drove many a man to the cities and to destruction When the threshing machine followed thousands of men gave up farming and began loafing around country stores we have many instances where farmers have left their fields to be attended by auto matic machines only to become paup ersIn the olden time when the sickle and scythe were used our farmers had plenty of this worlds goods and were moral and happy In those days we heard nothing of divorces and suicides but now a man has to do one cr the other to become noted In those days we had statesmen now we have mcdi ocre machinemen who have no minds but have bosses to think not write now they have typewriters and stenographers It is not necessary to write they can have their girls with them all the time The time will come is fast coming when the pen WILL NOT be mightier than the sword The time will come when Arnold will have to go out of business because there will be no de mand for his fluid ink After all modern ways modern chines modern methods have destroy ed our morals have retarded have throttled our energies and will ultimately destroy our LIIIEUTIES OBSEUVKR Public is Aroused The aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H 546 St Clair Ave Colum bus 0 writes Forseveral months was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that Icould not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters Iobtained relief and in a short time I was entirely at McRoberts drug price 50c 1m I fast living j consequently laborsaving ordinary themMen I Wlters of Icould r Guaranteed S mater may civilization public is 1 cured d store s f s 1 STATELY Women are strong women and womans strength is only another term for womanly health If women did but understand the intimate relation between the gen eral health and the local womanly health they would understand that nothing will restore the color to the cheek the lustre to the eye the plumpness to the body until j the is cured Dr Favorite Prescrip J tion establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals mation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes the body plump and the skin clear I so many pains and aches my life was a burden to me to all the family for I was nervous cross and I could not writes Mrs Cordelia Henson of Coalton Boyd Co The doctors said I had uterine trouble I was in bed for months and when I did a sight to behold I looked like a corpse walk Favorite Prescription Golden Medical Discovery and and woman I have suffered all a could suffer at my monthly I began the use of Dr medi now I can I have no pain The dark circles around my eyes are skin white it was as as saffron Of ftfcm Common Sen Amirir in paper cover i wet FREE on receipt of 31 mnm smut stamps to pay cxpatto of mailing ONLY Address Of R Buffalo H Y V ry wom Pierces U andalso lungand ing about I to Dr Pierces ever since then I have been a mycheeks are my IS yellow Vice Iv was commenced well worn cines Muffed I A Lucky Editor Mrs Eva Ilendershot of Kansas who died without heirs a few ago willed a fortune of 9000 to C II Young editor and publisher of Atchison Champion Winter wheat might be grown farther North than the present if corn was planted live feet apart and the wheat sown among it in the fall allowing the stalks to remain stand ing during the winter to catch The high wages demanded by farm help and the increasing value of are compelling more and more substitution of machinery tends to rather than diminish the size of the farms and this in turn tends to reduce the population of the rural districts and close up the schools A fool country editor booms people when they marry Here is one of his samples bliss Jennie Jones and Bob Henry were married at the Jones last night The bride is a daugh ter of our Constable Jones who is a stood oflicer and will undoubtedly be reelected next spring He tillers a tine horse for sale in another column The groom runs a grocery store on Main street and is a good patron of our ad columns and has a tine lot bargains this week All summer he paid two cents more for butter than any other store in town The happy couple left on the 10 oclock train to visit the brides uncle in Milwaukee who is reported to have lots of money and Brights dlseas Hob certainly has an eye for business The Old Camp Meetin1 I like the time of the old camp Baskts brimmed with the richest eatinSermons clear Where the skies can hear An the rose checked sisters smilin there Like the time of the old camp meetn Time too bright to be so fleetiu Where the wild woods ring As we rise an sing An the gospels rimmed with a rose of Spring Ob sweet the time of the old camp meetin The heart of the green world round you beatin Skies of blue Flowers drenched with dew An the angels kissin their hands to you Fiendish Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Bucklens Arnica Sallve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing 1 ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at McRoberts drug store guaranteed 1m I snow Increase average country mansion 11 da t mu limo tl her ti meet h j A I For Late Planting Ae test varieties of seen crap ud Norton sorts leek Men New Write for list of varieties and prices tar List of Seasonable insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its val noble Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMENL- tCBVILLE HNTUanr I I I I Seeds r whose long experience is wortl profit deal has a good word to say for the Berkshire breed of swine Ji thofol lowing Tim Berkshires need no booming The stand acknowledged without an equal as the best general purpose hog bred They thrive any where are and prolific mothers of large uni form litters and are great sucklers and rear their young verv rapidly They attain great size the males sometimes weighing 1000 and the sows from 500 to 800 pounds They are great hustlers and quick and make the best bacon of any of the lard producing hogs They are great favorites on the markets among pack ers and generally sell for a higher price than other breeds As a fanci ers hog they have no have reached a popularity in this country and England never oeforc known to any other breed of swine The Berkshire Is nearly always the largest class at the best American and English shows and commands a price than any other breed which proves their sterling merit Utility and actual worth are the basis of their popularity and makes the Berkshire the hog of breed come to stay New breeds come go but the sterling qualities of the Berkshire become more and more Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky tne one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following is a partial list of what we on hand at present No 7 120 acres 2J miles from Lan s caster near pike good improvements well watered price i 5 per acre B No acres in good neighbor hood near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1COO i No acres adjoining the t 30 acres at 1200 00 or will sell the 73 acres together at 2 200 No 31 18 acres new barn goodcot tage house right on the pike 4 miles 2 of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike No 11C 242 acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 117 15 acres located at junction of two pike splendid frame barn well watered good location for a doctor or for a store price 4000 No 120 72 acres on the pike C miles from Lancaster well improved price 6250 per acre No 127 170 acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 3000 per acre No 120 120 acres a line place near town at 100 per acre No 132 250 acres in splendid locali newfin state or cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No 133 360 acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 65 00 per acre No 134 85 acres 4 miles on the pike new improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No 140 Dix river near Bryantsville strong soil well frame house stock barn and other buildings cheap at 00 per acre No 141 155 acres all first class lane in high state of cultivation fine im provements a bargain on the pike Worth the price 75 per acre No 142 27 acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in neighborhood price 1250 Town property for sale or rent We have a number of dwellings other property in Lancaster for sale or for rent for 1906 we can suit renters and purchasers tf EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points for its lines the following special oc casions 2925 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 11 12 and 15 account Fratern al Order of Eagles 23 00 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 29 Sept 2 inclusive National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 8 C 65 Chattanooga Tenn and re turn Sept 12 17 and 18 Ac count Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of 61 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 66 50 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return Aug 3 to 14 72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during August and September Cheap IIomeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 Sept5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R Cook C P G 234 Fourth ave LouisvilleC 234 Fourth avenue LouisvilleG A G P A Sb Louis Mo G P DC i b ftra Qraat Au old ylilo UrcedlT antl TJ1Wir docile growers equaland destinya and indelible have 1130 124G peehouse new acres on lout 60 good and to Chicka- mauga W HTayloe A Washington BOrktjrea 8rced i higher a oboe improved Account Mt o r r Less Is flat only sure cure for f ml People Koldom appreciate anything they can afford A Touching Story is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cumber land JId He writes At the age of 11 months our little girl was in declining with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we re solved to try Dr Kings New Dicovcry for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after tak ing four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health to relieve and cure a cough or cold A t McRoberls drug store 50c and 1 guaranteed Trail bottle free 1m AFAMOUS REMEDY Itf lie t health Never fails I E W ctquetumy ITcured MY cough with German Syrup I He wrote to Dr C G Green An as true as I tell doctor dear Im cello finer than ever Ive been JThe oor should not be the victim experiment as he often is but the moment disease mani nests its presence lie should be given Bo schees German Syrup a medicine made specially for the cure consumption has a wide as a certain remedy for catarrh colds sore throat and ill bronchial affections in old ami Jit is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century qTrial bottle 250 bottle 750 At ill druggists throughout the world For vale by UK lUcKobcrlw Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as First Aid to the has an absolute preventive of blood poisoning if kind of wound Para is a combination of rare cooling soothing oils and and to its remarkable relieving and healing is highly by the medical profession hospitals and public where a great many are employed morphine nor cocaine Hence it is a clean pure remedy which should kept in every household to be used in case cies Mothers will find it far superior to hazel arnica vaseline old salves or liniments because when it straight to the interior cells soothing the pains nourshing time nerves the muscles out the fever application that has been offered to the and the discoverer is to be for bestowing the Arne ican such a useful and meritorious product Ve learn from sources is unequaled for the cure of Neuralgia and Inflammations Time manufacturers antee bottle to give taken Para camph It is sold only and 100 bottles by all or sent direct upon receipt of price of Louisville Ky a 300000 corporation C C J E Siormes CURE FOR HAY FEVER It E Ilyomel Will Give llellei Sold Under Guarantee R E McRoberts wish us to announce that when IIyomei is used as a preven the or cure there will be no hay lIe advises daily treatment with Ilyomei for two or three weeks before the usual time for the annual appear ance of hay fever If this is done the attack will be However if the preventive treatment is not start ed soon enough and the disease makes its appearence use Hyomei six or seven times daily and relief will be given at There is no stomach dosing when Ilyomei is used Breathed through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit its medicated air reaches the minutest air celjskilling all germs and soothing and healing the irritated mucous membrane The complete Ilyomei outfit costs but 1 extra bot tles 50 cents It is the only treatment for hay fever sold by R E McRoberts under guarantee to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction r y nonalcoholic Injuredwhich contains be witch perspirationcon- gratulated man I satisfactions no chances are by m Manufactured fever prevented once 3 DU ouli aft ball at trying Sure h n es y r K IOdO iASSts CQ TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar 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 only by those who hone tried them They arewithcut question the most constructed glasses thathavecver been BIFOCALS and farsighted glasses combined can worn as as lens glasses This cannot truthfully be said of any form of Bifocal TOnlCOID GLASSES are made only by TJ Howe Co Louisville Ky and are them and their authorized agents under a positive that if not satisfaction In every way they may be returned and the money paid for them refunded If you have any trouble with eyes or If have not given you perfect com and satisfaction every way to us about TORICOID mentioning TJ Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky Agent Lancaster Kentucky appreciated 8 lour this paper That Smooth Finish H T LOGAN manner scientifically and when nearsighted Everyone with weak digestion should use Mio na at this season and so strengthen the stomach that dis ease germs can have no effect what ever This remarkable remedy puts the whole digestive system in so heal thy clean and sweet a state that of the food cannot exist that any disease germs which may en ter the stomach will be destroyed and food will be so readily assimilated that a rapid and healthy increase in last will result I fermentation 5000 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO Ipo DYSPEPSIA CURE The 100 bcttlecoaans 2Y tmesthe trtal which sells for SO teats PRIPACID AT THE LABORATORY or ILL slte OUIX for the 1935 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Fy Ask TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED A n mil to till the new position l ly Knllroucl and Telegraph W wuut YOUNG MEN and LADIES of good habit M LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R ACCOUNTING of the Operators n ml Station Agents America Our six schools an the largest Telegraph Pchonls in the world 20 Years and endorsed I y all leading We execute a iM Bond to student to furnish him or her a position paying from tn to iW month In States east of the Hurley Mountain or from 7 to 100 a month west of the Rockies Immediately upon graduation Students cult enter nt time Ko vaca tions For full particulars mrnrdinsr any of our Schools to our executive ollice at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Kill LaCrosscWid Tcxutkana FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOF 2 ftf The undersityied hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice J L Hutchins Sweeney Morgan Wm Coldiron S C Uisjsby Jas R Henry Mrs I Gill FergusonWRWA Wheeler crt We furulsh 75 per cent excln nallwn OllieI etr II IIn X Y Tex San Frno POSTED warning RigsbyIt P lotitpanes in- States Athturnlcn a- r ECES1 RESCRIP1ItNI Guard Against Germs Keep Well by Strengthing the Stomach in Summer with Miona Nervousness and sleeplessness come more often from a weak stomach than from any other cause headache and rheumatic pains caused liy an acid condition of the stomach Mi ona corrects all this prevents the formation of acids and nervousness kidney trouble or rheu matism is quickly cured Ask R E McRoberts to show you tle guarantee under which he sells Mio Price It costs nothing unless it cures backache are Soc direct flu Y PULL DOWN tile ROLL TOP H ITS TIME FOR THE MOUNTAIN TOP Colorado Beckons All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy A fortnight of change rest and recreation is what you and your family need and Colorado is a brain Youll come back with energy in storage sullicient for a year Our Under the Sky tells what can be clone in Colorado Ask for it RATES ALL 3 a i 1 r I I m clearing house LOW SUMMER rr booklet a OHO II LEI G P A Little hock ArUaiiNiis ii i iicnriifK HIM IaKM gt Cincinnati Ohio Ii III The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50OOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Pr ideaL 10 JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest f S C DENNY Cashier B T Embry DIRECTORS Saml Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Assets Jan 1 1905 390060200 Insurance in Force Jan 1 1905 31928000000 New York Life Insurance Co Issues a policy which is 1 Incontestable from date of issue Payment of prumlum the only co dition 2 Automatically nonforfeitable as soon as one premium is paid Extend ed Insurance without request incase of defaultafter the payment of turn Choicebetween 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 5 per 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 ofAccumulation 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 out and send me the attached slip I shall be pleased to for your examination a copy of the policy showing advantage for a per son of your age Yours respectfully M D Hughes Agent M D Hughes Agent What will the annual deposits be to insure my life In your Company on this plan for the sum of 1 was born on the dayof 18 Name Address ivvi I493G G JF Robinson Asst Cashr Bookkeeper D o submit 00 00 o e O A e 0 0 i- a O s Qmooooaoooorlo oaoooooeooooo00000000oooo one prem cent Privilege c Q 4 R t Many people who are neglecting symptoms of k d n e y trouble hoping it will away are drifting towards Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kid neys strain out the impurities from the blood as it passes matter is carried by the circulation to part cf the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE as it will cure a slight dis a malady It is pleasant tol take and the whole system How to Find Out You can easily determine your are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it kidneys are diseased and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should bo taken at once C B Curhans Testifies After Four Vaars 0 B Dcrlnns of Carlisle N Y writes four years mi I ivroto you stotintr thai I hal ben entltvly cured of n severe kidney trouble by takuir two oottlosof Folcyj Kitincr Curo It entirely stopped the brick lust sediment and pain end symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that thave never had a return of any of those symp toms tiurlnjt the tour years that have and I am evidently cried to stay cured ant heartily recommend Foieya Sidney Cure to one suffering trim l Jney or bladder trouble Two Sizes SOo and 100 SOLD AND REOOKM DED BY For sale by CC JE Stormes x Q My accounts are MI DUE I and I THE MONEY Please call and settle SiLLIE I TILIJiT 1n lf Ii DJlS hri r i wear Brights FOtl tl Yfit 1 C tt a W 4 kidneys kidneysdo ling in a few days anti prevcnt- I if kidneys I Cuter oot It ant n JLw OOlJiW I0m 0 NEED I 10 a 5 1 r r 1 your than S 1 r ooo oo o Jesse DiWearen Insurance r Agent fSolicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster ad Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaincs Hotel or Phone SWINEBROAD at Lancaster and Insure your property against Fire Litttoi Windstorms Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own every Residence Phone 132 OlUce Phone 4Q See Write Comm tyma time- R 1 4 f t