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THE CENTRAL RECORDSIXTEENTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 11 1905 I NUl9 H F Have your Roofing and y Guttering REPAIRED do first class work at reasonablerates Dont Put It Off Hdselden During summer months we otter Special Bargains IN Furniture can furnish your house from cellar to garret and with our easy I system You Never Miss the Money Please remember when you need furniture that Were the People to See Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley t CO J ABeazley Undertaker We JR 1 We payment Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Weir Best WmHerndon G Bwlnebroad Herndon Swiiiebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business 6 CHRIS FARIS o n I USE MARKS S 1 d 1 t R j 4 Salesman E C oaaowoeooooosoooo4- r 1 J a Law m Dentist Once over Tbompona tore Danville at The W C T U Library will be open Tuesday nights at 8 to 9 oclock and Saturday afternoons from 230 to 330 oclock Very attractive lot bright new books have been re ceived Come and see them tf Coal Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wilt sell lots 100 to 200 of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jellico SemlCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal Uc H B Jtorthcott 1 bushels o I Local Notes Cut the weeds The ccrn crop Is immense I The meloncholic days have come The water melon has arrived and Rastus is happy Big court convenes the third Mon day in this month Home grown water melons are on the market and are delightful The wheat crop is about all thresh ed out The yield was about up to the average A big crowd went to Cincinnati on the excursion Sunday Another will be run Sundayweek There is a large crowd of people at Crab Orchard Springs now The fare and accommodations are better than in years John Dunn the colored school teach er who was operated on for appendi citis died at his home in Duncantown last week Mat Siler better known as Old Foot is again on as poliiceman lIe is the best night watchman the town has There will be a protracted meeting at Fairview church beginning Sun day Aug 13ih conducted by Rev W C McCallum of Lexington Lancaster has the best electric light plant in the state The rates are and the service and manage ment all any one could desire Our good old friend Mr W H Land of Buckeye has our thanks for six im mense apples the six weighing six pounds Theyre beauties Lancaster may have shortcomings in other respects but we can boast of fewer loafers than most towns have Only a few sit around the streets and discuss other peoples affairs The Sunday mail is quite a conveni ence By the way Mr Gulley is pre pared to carry passengers and will take you over in a comfortable wagon in ample time for the trains both North and A war should be waged on the num berless worthless cur dogs in town There are more in Lancaster than any town in the in the state and unless the tax is paid they should be exter minated The fair will draw a big crowd of colored people to Lancaster The dates are 24 25 26 Leading colored people of Lincoln and Garrard unite and give a joint fair each year alternating Stanford and Lancaster for holding Same The Fiscal Court has purchased rock crusher which will not only enable the officials to keep the pikes in good condition but be a great saving to the couuty Its purchase was a wise move upon the part of Judge Ford and the magistrates If all other adjoining counties sent as many peope to the Danville fair as did Garrard the crowds must have been recordbreaking Every avaiable conveyance was pressed into service The fair was a great success but it could not have been otherwise with a man like Secretary Bright at the helm Morgans Men Reunion Morgans Men will hold their annual reunion at Parks Hill Nicholas coun ty on Tuesday and Wednesday Aug 15th and 16th Our exchanges are re quested to copy this announcement in order that all the Boys may know of it All exConfederates are invit ed to be with us The railroads will make a cheap rate and board and lodg ing at the camp is only S125 per day If you attend once you will want to come again Carlisle Mercury Death of Mrs Harris After an illness of many months Mrs Lettie Harris died at the home of her daughter Mrs Jennie West in this city Sunday morning Mrs Harris resided In Garrard all her life and had a wide circle of friends who loved her for her many acts of kindness and sweet Christian life Her nusband Overton Harris died some years ago and for some time she has made her home with her daughtar in this city She was a member of the Christian church and lived up to the teachings of her church in every respect She is survived by four children Mrs Jennie West of this city Mrs Mollie Turner of Lakeland Mrs Will Broaddus of Louisville and Mrs Joseph Faulconer of Middlesboro The funeral services were conducted at the residence of Mrs West Monday ty Eld F M Tin der and the remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mrs Wilson of Mississippi is visit her sister Mrs Geo T Farris Mrs and children of Mem phis Tenn are visiting Mrs J I Ham ilton Mrs J L Gilmore of Cleveland 0 is expected this week to visit Miss Anne C Wallace Miss Anne C Wallace has returned from Columbia School of Expression Chicago where she has been taking a special course Miss Wallace teethe this in connection with her art work 1 and is a fine teacher I everhad reasonable exactly South a ring Edwards i s Doctors at Dripping Springs The Lincoln County Medical Society meets this week at Dripping Springs and the givers of the pill will have a jolly good time There are quite a number of guests at Dripping now enjoying the healthgiving water Lawn Party Tuesday Night The ladies of the Presbyterian church will give a lawn party at the church Tuesday evening Refresh menrs will be served la the basement and the yard brilliantly lighted for the occasion Admission only 15cts which includes refreshments They will commence serving refreshments at six oclock Everybody is cordially Invit ed to come Train Time Changed The L and N has changed the leav ing time of the morning train for Louisville and the South to 1125 much later than the old schedule This shortens the whit at Rowland very much and makes it much better for travelers both North and South This change is due to the recent trip to Louisville by representatives from Lancaster and Paint Lick The mail now closes at 1110 a m Must Cut the Weeds At the meeting of the City Council Monday night the marshal was to give notice to property owners to cut the weeds adjoining their property and all persons who do not comply with the order in live days will be proceeded against according to law This is a move in the right direction and if the law in regard to throwing papers slop etc will only be enforced the health of the town will be much better and the town not have the appearance of a hog wallow Millard Route Sells Farm Mr M F Route one of the best known citizens of Garrard county sold his fine farm near the Fork church to A T Tucker of Winchester Wed nesday It will be a great surprise to the many friends of Mr Route to learn of the sale and as he had little idea his price would be accepted we Mr Route Is as much surprised as anyone else The price was 8100 per acre cash and the place was bought through Mr Rue real estate agent of Harrodsburg Garrard county never had a more honorable or popular citizen than Mr Route and his legion of friends will be delighted to know that he will remain with us and buy another place Asked as to his plans he said Garrard is home with me and as long as I can do so I am going to stay within her dear old borders No sirree I dont leave the best county in the best state on earth The Whipping Post The Herald is in receipt of the fol lowing letter from a Grieved liar rodsburg Wife who expresses an earnest hope that it will not go into the waste basket She says The council passes many laws to protect the city from being bothered with drunkenness and vagabonds but they dont seem to care for the poor unfor tunate women and children who have drunken husbands and fathers If they did they would enact an ordi nance to fine the drunkards so many days in the work house and make them work it out instead of fining them and taking the money for it robs the wife and children to pay the fine for he will sell the last cow and the last feather from under his sick wifes back to pay the fine rather than work it out on the rock pile Therefore it is not the drunkard that is fined but the poor helpless women and children In my opinion it would be a godsend to go back to the old dispensasion when such offenders were tied to a post in some public place and given the lash If such was the law it would cause many reformations and would be much better than taking the mon ey from the innocent and causing women and children to want for bread Popular Young Couple Married One of the greatest surprises in society was the marriage of Miss Lillie V West and Henley V Bastin which took place in Cincinnati last Saturday While the young couple have been sweethearts for some time yet their most intimate friends did not know a wedding was so close at hand so well was the secret kept They drove to DanvilleSaturday and took the Queen Crescent Route to the Queen City It was not an elopement there being no objec tion on the part of the parents the happy young couple merely adopting this plan for the novelty thereof The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex West and is one of the most popular girls In local society She is very pretty and has many and noble traits which go to make up a model helpmeet Mr Bastin Is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Bastin has been connected with the Bastin Telephone Co since its or ganization We have never known a more honorable and deserving young or one with a brighter future He is an expert electrical engineer and his ability as such has attracted the attention of the leading electricians of the country he having had quite a number of very flattering offers from prominent firms In this business a conscientious Christian boy and that he will succeed in life there is not a shadow of doubt The Record joins with their legion of friends in wellwishes for the bride and congrat ulations to the groom Instructed be- lIeve It morn- Ing A H local accomplishments man His t s Mrs Nannie Hamilton died at on the new Danville pike Friday afternoon She had been suffering from heart trouble and dropsy for some time but her condition did not become critical until a few days before her death She was the widow of R C Hamilton and daughter of the late James Herring She leaves two sons James and Clay the former hav ing resided in the South for some time and the latter living with his mother Mrs Hamilton was a member of the Christian church and a kind hearted wooer who was beloved by all who knew her Eld F M ed the funeral services at the grave the interment taking place at Cemetery at four oclock Sunday afternoon Death of Mrs Rigney Announcement of the death of Mrs Pauline Rigney was a surprise to the many friends of the family Monday morning While she has not been in the best of health for some time yet she was not seriously ill until Friday night growing worse rapidly until the end came aoout eight oclock Sunday evening Mrs Rigney was the wife of the late Senator F D Rigney one of the most prominent and honorable tit izens of Kentuckyand a soldier in the Mexican and Civil wars who won dis tinction i n both conflicts Before marriage she was a Miss Wilkerson and resided in Casey county Major and Mrs Rigney continued to reside in Casey until his death several years since when she moved to Lancaster and has since resided here One son Mr W 0 Rigney of this city and two brothers of Casey county survive her She was a lifelong member of the Christian church and her life was spent in doing good for others and liv ing up to every teaching of the The funeral services were conducted at the residence of her son on Water street Tuesday afternoon Elder F M Tinder officiating at the conclu sion of which the remains were laid to rest beside those of her husband in the Lancaster Cemetery Ladies Aid Entertainment The Ladies Aid Society of the church will have an entertain ment at the Court House Thursday evening the 17th The best home talent will take part and everyone is invited Admission Socis children 15cts Drills will be given by the children a quartette will sing popular music while a number ot pretty solos will be on the program The pianola will be used and a most enjoyable evening is in store A Great Trip f Daniel editor of Wood ford Sun Versailles will personally conduct a limited party from Central Kentucky to Niagara Falls Buffalo and Toronto Thursday Aug 17 via Cincinnati and the Big Four Route and Lake Ontario Steamers Rail road fare board at hotels carrage ride at Falls sightseeing tours and all of six days trip only 2550 from Richmond Mr Bowmar is an experienced traveler and guide Write him immediately at Versailles Enter School The Southern Normal School and BowlingGreen Business University so licit patronage on the basis of merit This institution resorts to no question able methods to secure patronage Any one interested in taking either a Normal or Business Course should write for a handsome Catalog and illustrated Joujnal stating Course desired Address H H Cherry President Bowling GreenKy Over thirty children will participate in the drills at the Court House the 17th The entertainment will also Include good music PAINT LICK Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond was with home folks last Sunday Miss Lizzie Best is visiting Miss Mary Clark Englemanof Lancaster Miss Debbie Steele of Williams burg is visiting the Misses Spurlock Mr and Mrs George Wilson of Cov ington are the guests of Dr N Mays and wife Miss Louella Arnold of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Burdette RamseyMisses and Alma Lear visited friends in Danville and attended the fair last week Miss McWhorter has returned to her home in Crab Orchard after a pleasant visit to Mrs A B Eitrldge Misses Kate of Barbour ville and Sallie of Lancaster visited Miss Eliza Rucker last week Miss Agnes Henderson is back at the again after a two weeks vacation at Livingston Knox vllle and Jellico Miss Annie Burchell has returned to her home after an extended visit to relatives in Parksville She was ac companied home by Miss Dove Maret The show given by the Paint Lick at Klrksvllle was a great success The acrobatic work was very enjoy able They will show at Berea next weekLittle Willie Jennings celebrated her sixth birthday Monday evening A number of little were present Refreshments were served and all spent a pleasant time Hamilton Tinderconduct 2t M Bowmar expenses Ky boys r dome Lancaster Bible Christian Mary Adams store spending folks THE PEN PUSIIERS AT CRAB ORCHARD 1 SUNSET ON THE LAKE 2 The accompanying picture will give our readers some idea of the beauti ful grounds and surroundings at the famous Old Crab Orchard Springs justice is not done to either As it was the writers good fortune to spend a week there with the Ken tucks Press Association we resolved to let our readers know something of the place its many healthgiving qualities and delightful recuperrtinc effects There are three hotel build ings the main one being a handsome brick erected at a cost of 100000 the being two story comfortable frames Some years ago Crab Orch ard Springs was the leading summer resort in the south but incompetent hands got into control and its poplari ty decreased to a great extent About fifteen years ago the property was by the Keeley Institute and in addition to the summer resort this feature was established A few years ago the company secured the services of Capt J B Willis one of the best in the South and he with his estimable and lovely wife have THE LAWN purchased hotelmen although 3 POINT LOOK OUT 4 WE ABE BEING TOOK built up a reputation which has brought the crowds up to the old time numbers and the houses are well fill ed all the time There is absolutely no doubt but that the waters at Crab Orchard Springs excell those found at any resort and the best physicians testify as to their healthgiving prop ertiesThe Keeley Institute has proven a God send and the wonderful cures it has brought about have brought joy into many homes on the verge of be ing wrecked by the drug and drink diseases This treatment is one of the most wonderful discoveries of the age and is certainly appreciated by those who have undergone the suffer ing caused by whisky mor phine cigarettes and other similar curses The treatment is mild and absolutely harmless The patient is given all the whiskey or morphine he desires and the desire for them pass es away so gradually that a person is absolutely free from the craving be fore he realizes it A tonic is given and the weakened and almost wrecked andagony 5 A BUNCH OF LIVE ONIC 1 WK ARE IT constitution is built up and the comes away thoroughly rejuvina ted and placed in an absolutely perfect condition of health This fact is test tied to by the hundreds of patients not only here in Kentvcky but all over the country The cost is reasonable in fact the entire treatment will not amount to near the cost of an average spree or morphine bills for a month The treatment Is given by Dr E O of the best and safest physl clans in the state while Mr Willis as manager gives his personal care to comfort and welfare of the patients The Springs Hotels are open the year round busses meet all tralnsand we know of no place where as much new life and vigor can be obtained The writer speaks from personal expe rience and this article is written in the hope that we maybe in letting tha invalid worn out business man or some unfortunate person addicted to drink and drugs know that there is a place where can be obtained and that haven in Crab Orchard Springs I patient Dickone instrumental relief 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 Line of Underwear Everything new and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us H T LOGAN rJVV i1 I I I I I II J H 1- c O Facuty G P SIMMONS PresidentHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud McBurney University of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington lircuau English Language and Literature Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky University Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth College and Gerard Music Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson Institute and Applied Music New York Piano and Stringed Instruments Miss Alice 11 Eubank Cooper Union mid New York School of Art Art Department Mrs Jennie White Preparatory Department Miss Lula Allen Primary Depattment Stenography and Typewriting c tt lrifj jjJliivEK I x0j I w1 I t I I Piano I W iG Elocution JilL0JljI S College Conservatory a American E L Woods Prest C Fish Vice Prcst W G Kcmpcr Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOltrOKATKD I W Ii Statmt condition June no lOf- tiKKSOVKVKS Loans anil Discounts 734S9 10 Overdrafts S1 Due trout limits 12213 47 HankiiiR House mid Lot IjTMt IW- MortgiiKCS 10W7 00 Cash J4W 13 Furniture und Fixtures 1000 OU CO- LIAKILITKS Capital Stock lfiOOOCO Surplus Fund n33 iil Deposits 8iMX 2fi iOf3 Q CAPITAl 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD K J S BURROWS J B WOODS E I WOODS W C FISH I DIRrCTOR9 G i1 GUYS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Why Not Come to a MAKER for BUGGIESIn good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros II JI mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm You go to a for BREAD U UUU1UUUUU 1UUUUU U U U U U U UU U 1U1UU U UU BAKER 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 select ed teachers who have been educated in the best schools in the United States and who are special ists 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 f- n t0 krrfljffl ltFJltlr w e tYlfiJff1JljpfifflfJJlflrfljfYA 1J5lilflJPjltlljfl 0 flfill1FtfJ tlljil rtiJ1f t e f oooooooo oooo ooooorooooooo ooooo00 CENTRAL RECORD Jsslited Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Once in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Hatter Lancaster Ky August 1905 There Is more genuine sincere friendship existing among the of the Kentucky Press Associa tion than in any other body or organ ization that we know and we belong to almost every lodge and secret in existence and there is one member of the press whom every edi tor loves with all his heart and that man is Clarence E Woods of He is big hearted and as gen tle as a girl and his lovely manners sincere bearing and constant effort to be of some service to others have cans ed the newspaper men to form an af fection for him which time nor adver sity can not eliminate If the entire population of the country was compos ed of men like he there would never be cause for tears or despondency The Eighth District Publishers League which was formed at Crab Or chard Springs and is an auxiliary to the state association will meet at Nicholasville the first Friday in next month and perfect plans of operation It is the purpose of the organization to work together in the upbuilding of the Eighth district the protection of the newspaper interests and for social enjoyment A highway robber got to up the situation in New York High linan ciers were able to hold up insurant e companies and other human activi ties in the city Whymight not he hold up something else and make his pile too So he undertook to hold up passenger train on the New York Central railroad and got left He will go into high finance after this I Nikola Tesla the inventor of derf ul but useless things has a new 100 per x I members i society Richmond won- I sizing VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore VVVjk device by means of which he says he will be able to throw the earth out of its orbit It is not believed that the invention will be patentable as Thomas V Lawson has a number of schemes that he claims will wobble this old planet out of its path An Indiana in a n recovered his speech after having been dumb live years lIe heard awomap play a pi ano and became so eager to her that he suddenly found his voice returned He should have heard a pianola years ago he would have got his voice back but not for a compli ment When a man is engaged he plans to have a little private room in his office for his wife so that they will not have to be separated during the day After he is married a few years he writes his wife he is lonely without her but if she is having a good time to extend her vacation a few weeks An Indianapolis man who received a gratuitous consignment of cigarette papers through the mail explained of his friends that he burned up the papers Questioned closely lie ad witted that he burned time papers one at a time and always with a roll of to bacco A Pittsburg spinster left her prop erty valued at 200000 te a former lover provided he got an absolute from his wife the woman who won the man away from the testatrix For 200000 it looks like the man ought to be able to buy sufficient ground for a divorce Russell Sage will be 89 years old He is getting very garrulious of late years and it is now said that he will give a column interview asked As yet however he has to give away anything any more valuable than an interview Let us stop a moment to speak well of Mr Rockefellers benilicence lIe has given away forty millions of dol lars and not turned a hair There are but few of us who could or would give away 10000000 without squirm Portland Ind has a woman can eat pins bolts eightpenny nails and other hardware of this sort with out apparent injury to herself After a full meal of such delicacies she is said to be very tackfull The Kansas doctor who refused to operate on a patient for appendicitis probably found at the last minute that the mans appendix had already been cut away Such action is expli cable on no other grounds A minister of Peru Ind has found that it helps the size of his congrega tion by serving ice cold ing the Sunday services It might help still further if the lemonade were spiked A man of the name of Damm living in Denmark Tenn has the court to change his name It he thinks his present name too tong we suggest O Mercy or Fudge The fellow who goes through life without having tasted homemade bread big slices and wholesome sub missed one of its greatest joysAn Indianapolis girl was so taken with a blue tie that her sweetheart that she exclaimed Oh you ought never to wear anything else A Kentucky woman of 33 is soon to be led to the altar for the ninth time She must have an interesting collec tion of clocks and berry dishes Fortyeight thousand immigrants landed in the ports of the United States in July It is too many The Hood ought to be stopped A Louisville girl fainted when a man began a flirtation with her Ex ecutive joy has frequently been known compliment Friday whenever who stancehas ft J S7 f J ti1 tone divorce refused bug lemonade lur petitioned wore to bring on fainting spells A Wisconsin bachelor speaks He says Its a funny thing that no one ever saw a girl out driving with a one armed man There seems to be an unusually large crop of wolves in sheeps clothing these days PIIEAUHERSVILLE Corn crops are line are having line rains J P Rogers bought a span of 2 year old mules for Mr J M Cress sold 87 ewes to J J Thompson for 4 per head Rev R F Jordan is holding a revival meeting at Lawson Chapel Mr Ben Bennett will leave this week for Inniana his future home J W and Samp Cummins attended the fair at Danville last week Mr Meadows of Pine Hill is visit ing his daughter Owens J F Holtzclaw sold 100 barrel of cjrn to B D Holtzclaw for at the cribRev Win Coldiron attending the teachers Institute of Junction City this week Rev T B White of Cedar Creek was here Sunday with his many friendsGaines Bell sold their wheat about 1000 bushels to the Lancaster mills for SS cts Rev J C Carmichael has been called to serve the Baptist church as pastor for another year Mr Frank Trueax and James Hern don of Carlisle Ky are visiting Mr Emmett Herndon Miss Laura Cummins a most young lady of Kansas City is vis iting relatives here Mr Joe Smith and wife of Brodhead and Mr John Hawk of Illinois is vis iting J M and family Mr G W Evans one of our best citi zens is very low at the home of hi daughter Mrs J II Hutchings at Hedgcyille J B Hutchins and Frank Gross sold GOSO lb hogs to J L Hutchins for 51c and Foly Elmore Co sold 108 wethers to same for tic Mrs Yirgie Traylor who has under gone four most serious operations is able to be out Prospects are her to regain her strength again MT HEBRON Miss Ruby Scott is very sick Mr Gene Vanderpool is quite ill at this writing Quite a number from here are at tending meeting at Scotts Fork Miss Minnie Gulley was the pleasant guest of Miss Edna Scott last week Born to the wife of Mr Tom Preston a fine boy christened CostoChenault Miss Bessie Merit ith and mother of May wood visited relatives here last weekMr Alex Dean sold a bunch of sheep to Mr Erastus Brunner of 325 per head Misses Kittle Sherrowand Maggie Montgomery were the guests of Misses Mary and Lou Montgomery The series of meetings at this place conducted by Rev W D Moore of Rip eyville and Rev C S Ellis pastor Friday morning There were forty one additions and we all feel that a great work has been done Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for s ck stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Wlters of54GSt Clair 0 writes Forsevcral months 1 was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that 1 could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters obtained relief ind in a short time I was entirely curedGuaranteed at McRoberts drug store price 50c 1m We 200 Mrs 3 W Cress I for I Jessamine- at I Ave Columbus Alford beautiful C favorable closed Mg Expenses I The school year is divided into two terms of iiijiB V teen weeks each The expenses per term ai as ibHdui v Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week S St Tuition in Culicue Department 30 6C Tuition in Academic Department v 25 CO V Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grille SB 00 Tuition in Primary Department C Piano with use of instruments for practice Violin Mandolin Guitartvo lessons per weokj 2 W Vocal Music two lessons per week fir Drawing pencil or crayon v S O fc Oil Painting 999 0 Bookkeeping f 1690 K Elocution private lessons i SP W Delsarte 1000 Diploma 10 00 Certificate of tfarduation in any department 3 00 Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils In till departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their y regular school work A reduction will also be made for the fe benefit of boarding pupils who are absent from Friday to Monday if Jiit A V y jJr i C t f I5 00 3000 y fIDea Ii JlJlJJJJjX0l0ffX Y7jjJjJjJJffJi T Z0 7lIii0l ZcJffj f ff t dr fa itA r 6k S r E1 Wheat Corn Oats Rye Hay Straw Etc Highest cash price paid for same till appreciate a call before 3011 sell Feed and Field Seed of all kinds for sale Custom Grinding Try my meal iced GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON School All kinds NEW and OLD Books Taken In SCHOOL SUPPLIES jjg One Million Tablets of Every Kind 31 j Big supply of every thing for use in Schools I STORMES 1 1 The Kentucky State Journal I Frankfort a Only Daily and Weekly Pub J at the Capital and the only one that ever took the fe I Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and i greatly improved It makes a 3- J specialty of LOCAL NEWS r including that of The Court of Appeals j J State Fiscal Court The Federal Court 1 P It is especially valuable to Lawyers I J I Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to WALTON Mgr I andchicken I I 1 MJr N1V fHtl rnra m t 1 BOOKS I IfOld Exchange I DRUG 4 PAINT STORE w i i Kentucky a fished 04 i rd r b J h W P d L J l w wm-I WANTED t VI attllVlt l 1 BOWLING GREEN KY Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic anti Journals Free crtc Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business College and Rational School of Telegraphy Commercial and Special GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS Co MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Addicsnk H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky I nr a r7k J Can Keep Cool f If you use our 1If 1i1 You I We have em in all sizes and the prices are right J MOUNT ELGIN k 4 y 4 t Refrigerators aild- W Ice Cream Freezers I Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Arc In R II Batson attended the Danville fair Friday Miss Emma Soper is visiting rela tIes in Berea Miss Nell Dillion is in Versailles visiting friends Mr Jack Mcncfce of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday Miss Cora Ward has returned from a visit to Danville friends Miss Norine Henry left Friday for a months stay in Chatanooga Little Marie Ray visited her grand parents Saturday and Sunday rs Miss Vesta Lackey visited friends in Danville and attended the fair Mrs Margaret Ilollins of New Or leans is visiting Mrs Ophelia Dunn Miss Minnie Pherigo of Nicholas vine is visiting Lancaster relatives Mayor Ed Bishop is in Pulaski looking after his lumber interest Miss Minnie Gully and Mr Turner of Bryan tsvilie visited here Sunday Miss Tallie Orand of Waco Texas is visiting her aunt Mrs II C Jennings Mr and Mrs Guy Davidson are in Richmond the guests of Mrs T Rice Mrs Jesse Arnold leaves next week for a visit to her husband in Chicago Miss Lucy Francis is visiting her sister Mrs George Ballou of Rich mond Little Miss Lucrctia Anderson of Buckeye visited her aunt D Mr and Mrs Roy Haynos of Hills horn are guests of Mr V B Mason and familyLieut Robert Kennedy of is visiting his sister Mrs Banks 1 udson Mrs John Thompson and sonGcorge of St Louis will visit her aunt Mrs Harriet Price this week Mrs B F Walter and daughter Kath leeu arc visiting Mr and Mrs Theo dure G Moren of London Jim Hamilton of Mississippi the funeral of his mother Mrs Nannie Hamilton Sunday Mr Frank Pumphrey and wife of Somerset are guests of his parents Mr Junes Pumphrey and wife He has a tine position with the Somerset Journal and is doing well Punk who learned his in this ollice is deserving young man Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico who ins visiting Senator George Far ris and wife has returned home Misses Julia Ilarkley of Nicholas yule and Annie Doty of Winnsboro n i t Z Gulley Y abcs a h ell v I I i i I county t I I Mrs J i t c Lexington l attended I S C are visiting W Walker Will and Charley West are in Mid dlesboro on their vacation Misses Bessie and Elmer Singleton are in Richmond visiting relatives Messrs William and Charles West are visiting in Middlesborough Misses Margaret and Joan Mount Miss Amanda Anderson is in Junc tion City attending state InstituteMiss Best of Pine Bluff Ark is the guest of Miss Mary Clark Englcman Shearer and Miss Dabney Feland of Richmond are visiting in this county Miss Bcttie Anderson accompanied her sister Mrs W R Marrs to Vir ginia Beach Messrs II Tomlinson and Simon Anderson of Lexington are visiting friends here Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts and brother John are visiting Hopkinsville Misses Carrie Currey and Louise Kauffman are spending several weeks at Atlantic City Mr Roy Beazley and family Mr J T Hill and family arc visiting Mrs Wad dle of Somerset Mrs George Miss Eliza Smith and Logan Smith visited Danville and attended the fair Mrs B A Dawes and children of Louisville are guests of Mrs Lucy Sut ton Lexington avenue Mr and Mrs John Cotton of Dan yule attended the funeral of Mrs Pauline Rigney Tuesday evening Miss Lena Rigney accompanied her aunt Mrs James Burnside to Petos key Michigan to spend several weeks Rev II N Falconer and family of Philadelphia are expected this week for a visit to Mr and Mrs W B Mason Mrs L L Walker is visiting relatives in Pueblo Col and from there will go to Canyon City Col to spend the Mr W J Kinnaird and family of San Antonio Texas are expected this week for a visit to his parents II Kinnaird and wife Miss Nell Johnston is visiting Mrs Betsey Johnston of Iowa and from there she will go to Los Angeles to visit her sister Mrs W M Patterson Mrs R L Ilagan and children have returned home after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Richmond last weekMesdames Mary Walden and R M Campbell and little son Robert were entertained Monday by S T Leave and Victor Leavel Misses Cora Ward and Willie Belle Burnside accompanied by Messrs Joe Burnside and Sim Anderson visited at High Bridge last week Mesdames Mollie Turner and Will T HighBridge Mrs Cale relatIves in winter Squire- W Mrs the Teachers i c i1 III Lightning Belt II- III Power III I and Horse HAY PRESSES our prices are rigIt Hagan Gasoline Engines All sizes Haselden ill I RbIi ii lain BroadduH of Loulsvlllo attended the funeral of their mother Mrs Lucy Harris Monday Miss Lllllo Noel of Danville is visi ling Mrs U D Simpson Richmond Mr Clare Whitwer wife and chil dren of Dallas Texas are guests of Capt F J White and wife Misses Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Allecn Hyatt of Winchester Messcrs Joe ITaselden and Allen of Winches ter who are spending several weeks at Dripping guests of Mr and Mrs F P Frisbie Mr J L Wooer wife and two chil dren of Cameron Mo are visiting relatives in this vicinity Mr Woner is engaged in the dairy and farming business and we are glad to learn is doing well in his new home Mrs WE Harden nee Miss Frankye Doty arrived from East Lake Ala this week to visit relatives at Manse She tells us of the great scare from yellow fever in the south and of the difficulty the people are having in away from there She re main at Manse until the fever is stamped in the south Stanford Journal Mr Allen Traylor has moved his family back to Stanford from Lancaster Mr J E wife of Lancaster spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Mattie Nevius Mr P G Warner and family have moved from Garrard to the Harris home on Logan Avonue Stanford people generally welcome such good families to their midst Pencil and Scissors Girls who say the least are soonest married A girl is always proud of her new hat until she meets another girl with one that is more freakish When an old fashioned woman goes away on a trip her last words are 1 just know something will happen at home while I am gone When a man amounts to a great deal more than his father it indicates that he had a very superior woman for a mother The reason a widower forgets soon er than a widow is that the latter has to wait till a man hunts her up and tells her it is time wasted to What a pity that young people who are out of school cannot realize now what they are losing Better go while you can it will make life easier and much more pleasant in the future Some time ago one man bet another that he could not move an ordinary brick tied to the end of a cord two 01 three miles long A straight and low el road just outside of Chichester N Y was selected for the trial The brick was not moved and the man lost his bet for a large amount It was stated by some one present that the brick although weighing only pounds would from a distance of two or three miles represent a dead weight of nearly a ton the hands of a thief or a mur derer few of us in this life ever suffer even indirectly But from the tongue of a friend or the cruel tongue of an enemy who is free No human being can live a life so pure so true so fair as to be beyond the reach of malice or immune from the pois onous emulations of envy The in siduous attacks against ones reputa tion the loathsome innuendoes slurs halflies by which jealous mediocrity seeks to ruin Its superiors are like those insect parishes that kill the heart and life of a mighty oak So cowardly is the method so stealthy the shooting of a poisoned thorn so insigtiHicant the in their seeming that one is not on guard against them It is easier to dodge an elephant than a microbe In Memoriam On Saturday morning July 30 1905 after a brief illness of four days Mary Harden Grow was called home to her reward All that tender hands and loving hearts could dn was done but all to no avail for the Wheat was ripe the hour was come and the Reaper claimed his own Sister G row was born at McCreary Garrard county Ky March 21 1801 At the age of thirteen she gave her heart to the Lord and united with the Baptist church at Buckeye of which church she was a devoted and consist ent member to the day of her death Nov 12th 1902 she was married to W N Grow who with four sisters and three brothers still remain to mourn her departure Mary Grow was not only a Christian by profession but also by practice Sne loved her church and was faithful in the discharge of her church duties and regular in attend ing the services and doing what she could for the Master She loved her Bible and many were the passages marked by her own hands She was a devoted and loving wife a tender and affectionate sister a kind and generous neighbor While her form sleeps beneath the sod in the city of the dead we have reason to beleve that her spirit basks in the real sunshine of Gods love The silver cord that was broken here is fastend in the Eternal City We take this method to thank the many kind friends and neighbors who were so kind and helpfulto iis dark hours of sorrow May God bless them is our prayer Grow and family avenue Springswere will and I I I I I I I JI Jf If If If seven f f t- At seperate acts I I A I I J W Wednesday getting out remember careless Card very tour N I s emu n STONE Mr Joe fvellov and wIfe yislted Mr and S Sanders Saturday and SundayA from here attended Chi drens Day Chapel Sunday afternoonMrs Speaks of Paint Lickspent last week with her mother Mrs C M MoberleyMiss Lee Preston visited Mrs Mattie Dunn last week and attended meeting at Hebron MrsGlovina Sanders of High Bridge is at Mr E Prestons this week their children in music Miss Ocie Dudderar folks Saturday a n d Sunday and attended the Institute at Junction City Miss Carrie Sanders returned home last Sunday after spending a pleasant week with her aunt Mrs J W Sanders at Miss Carrie Walker and little nelce of Hanley were the guests wf Miss Bess and Hester McQucrry Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray and Mr and Mrs Leslie Teater are visiting Mr Yclford Raney and family at this week Miss Ocie Calico of McCreary ac companied by Mr Jess at tended preaching at ScottsFork Sun day and visited Misses Sanders Bro Ball of Livingston began a series of meetings at Scotts Fork Sat urday night August oth with a attendance All are invited to come An Honor Long Deferred In every newspaper we pick up we are sure to find a lot of gush about the man behind the gun the man behind the buzz saw and the man behind the son the man behind the times and the man behind his rents the man behind the plowshares and the man behind the fence and the man behind the whistle and the man behind the bars the man behind the kodak and the man behind the cars the man be hind his whiskers and the smut his lists and everything behind has en tered on the list but theyve skipped another fellow of whom nothing has been said the fellow who is even or a little way ahead who always pays for what begets whose bills are al ways signed hes a blamed sight more important than the man who is behind All we editors and merchants and the whole commercial clan are indebt ed for existence to this honest fellow man He keeps us all in business and his town is never dead and we take our hat off to the man that is ahead Peculiar Disappearance J D Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his pain ful symptoms of indigestion and to Dr Kings Life Pills He says They are a perfect remeny for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaranteed at R E McRoberts drug store price 25c 1m A Fatal Disease Mortbus Sabatibus and nightieus is a Munday and prayer meeting night disease that is playing havoc among the majority of church members The peculiar features of this disease are always attacks church never makes its except Sundays and prayer nights svmptoms vary but never effect the appetite or sleep never lasts longer than twentyfour hours but is liable to re turn Fifth It generally attacks the head of the family and sometimes pap and mam both get sick physician is ever called as the patient seem to understand the caseSeventhIt always proves fatal in the the soul only remedy known for it is prayer real prayer but so many wont take the remedy Ninth Religion is the only anti is becoming fearfully prevalent und while communities are down with the complaint and rush ing on to premature Fiend his Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that 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 I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds tae at McRoberts drug store guaranteed 1m Property For Rent Sixroom two story building on Water street Possession at once J A Stone tf Summer Training School The Bowling Green Business is now in session It offers no Vacation It will have pleasure in sending persons desiring to outer school handsome catalog and journal Mention course wanted Address H II Cherry President Bowling Green Ky Remember the entertainment un der auspices of the Ladies Aid Society at Court House Thursday the 17th A big treat is in store for all those who attend the entertainment to be given by the Ladies Aid Society at the Court House Thursday night the Dont forget the date 2t 4 Mrs C at Gnnns Judson Layton good so Runyan of biliousness ew FirstIt membersSecondIt appearance ThirdThe FourthIt SixthNo endto EighthThe doteTenthIt destructionEx J 1gth instructing visited home Lagrange Wednesday meeting eat a University Ii 3 P Business and Bargains Fresh eggs lie at II B Northcott Hoarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 12 Jtf Zimmer bakes bread every day Get the best and freshest at your homey bakery tf Granite ware nails etc at Wards See us before buying your Iron fence we can interest you 7 14 Haselden 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 Haselden Robinson For sale house and lut of 2 acres in Lancaster A 1 tf V J Romans See our handsome line of cut glass 77 Morrow Mclloberts Refrigerators at bottom prices 714 Robinson New line of elegant new style cases 77 Morrow McRoberts If you are wanting a lunch Ward handles biscuits crackers pickles etc always fresh 2t Please return our wire fence stretch ers and get reward 7 11 Haselden 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 1 Thompson We keep our cigars in a Humidor Hence they are always fresh Try one at Wards grocery 2t New stock of machine needles at G9tf Thompsons One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Coal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of coal Buy now while it is cheap OD For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H 15 Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at 0 Utf Thompsons Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 110 J A Jones tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling llowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses germ mums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Miss Fannie Bishop has several tine canary birds for sale Birds are young and In song tf 1 have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest notice 1 P Thompson the jeweler tf We want your Paint and Varnish business we will value for less money than anybody in Frisbies 4t rCoal Salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the old stand of J T Williams for any thing in my line which I propose to sell at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in quan tity and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf We guarantee our paint N chalk blister or come off for If it does we will give you re paint it free of charge r 4t Frisbies Drugstore For Sale The Fred Stone property on Crab Orchard Street Write for Adams Co Real Estate Danville Ky July 214t For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Clock and Jewelry Repairing- I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satisfac tion guaranteed Store at old stand Dan street 02 tf Ike P Thompson Strayed Hornless red cow dry Strayed June 1 1905 last seen in Lancaster June 3 for return or J M Gay McCreary 4t Clothing cleaned and Or ders left at Hamilton Dunlaps Furniture Store tf Louis Faulkner Ninety nine ewes and three choice for sale All young sheep they have good mouths with good teeth in them Price 100 W B Moss Lan caster Phone 99 For rent at once tenroom two story house on Danville street one block from Public Square Suit able for Good cistern garden and stable Apply to J M Orand I I bargain- S I I For Sale ohnl e tter Lancaster re not o Ii e cars pail to nut Liberal reward Information ed 3t boardinghouse C C C C watches C C 1 J i gee ru C C htmL ks half of all kinds for all i J r y U PURPOSES We guarantee to give you a better IlNTT1 br less ZbvO T than anybody in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I I EZla Unlimited Facilities for placing the best class Farm Property Fire aijd Tornado Insurance Risks j ii rRDSuccessor to It Kinnaird agent u JIIIIIra iI I INNA General Insurance By special arrangements with Bas tin Telephone Co any one can call me FREE of clrarge from any where in Garrard County Phone at Residence No 7 Ollice No 31 School Books We now have a cons plete stock of all the New Adoptions School Books sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged MCROBERTS Lancaster Kv LEWIS Y LEAVELL President Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fsoooo SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S Joiixsox B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold eashore OutingO- LD POINT COMFORT I I X 9 X OF Igt Ve CASHat X R E 2 I u s J J WStjii i III DIRE TO S J 1tI r Jr1 Y 9 s o rooooooo 0 eUT CHESAPEAKE OHIO Saturday Aug 1200 From Lexington Winchester Mt Sterling ancj Morehead Special Vostibulcd Train Leaves Loxingtin 740 P M The famous Virginia Springs Historic City of Richmond delightful Old Point Comfort and Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Ocean View Virginia Beach on the board Atlantic are among the attractive features together with SIDE TRIP EXCURSIONS- AT LOW RATES FROM OLD POINT The Route is through famous Blue Grass Regions of Kentucky the canyon of New River alongside the picturesque Greenbrier River through the Alleghanies and the Blue Ridge Mountains the beauti ful Shenandoah and Piedmont Valleys Surf Bathing and Fishing Can be Enjoyed at Old Point privilege will be granted East of Kanawha Falls on the return trip enatiing visit to the famous Virginia Mountains Resorts and other points of interest on the C O Tickets will be good returning until August 2G 1005 Engage space now Enquire of your agent for full particulars or write G W BARNEY D P A Lexington R E PARSONS D P A Louisville Ky C E BOYLE Wm S II W FULLER Genl Mgr Asst Gen Pass Agt Gen Pass Agt 12 Stop over viaLynchburgC sleeping car Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store You will find this to be so by just paying us a visitLawe Bras High Standard Paints High Grade Var nishes Sairi Painters Supplies Fine Stationary MAY Danville L J GI j0N Jif i t Fr I 1 i1 == SHIFTLESS Is the term generally applied to the man who lets his fences fall into ill his time away But theres many a welldressed prosperous man who is equally shiftless He his health breaking down but does nothing to repair it His stomach is weak His heart and liver trouble him He neg lects his health until a total breakdown comesMen and women who by self neglect become at last victims of nervous pros tration and general debility will find certain elp and an almost certain cure in the use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery The common cause of debility is lack of nutrition because the stomach is diseased and the food eaten cannot be properly digested and assimilated Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and restores physical health by enabling the perfect diges tion and assimilation of food- I am an engineer by trade and the hard work and worry a large engine brought on nervous prostration writes Mr Chas F Dixon of Colusa Co Calif A friend recommended Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to me and I bought one bottle thought it helped me so continued the use of it I had taken bottles feel better than ever in my life Am not particle nervous can work hard all day and at night I not only think sc but I know that the Golden Discovery cured me and therefore I will recommcd it to others Dr lierees Pleasant Pellets cure biliousness and sick headache repair vhile he whistles and whittles II six Jeep Medical Land Stock and Crop Woodford county buyers paid one dollar for wheat list week The valuation of in Boor bon county exceed that of any county in the State English Anderson of Montgomery county sold forty 800 pound steers at 1 cents The butter and egg produce of Iowa sold for more money last year than the entire corn crop of the State At the sale of Judge S Phelps in Fayette county a sow and pigs of thin rind breed brought 400 James Mitchell a Franklin county farmer lost two valuable mules which ate Paris green Mr Mitchell paid 250 for the mules and thinks some person gave his mules the Paris green At Ducker Station seven fine fat steers belonging to Bud Smith the well known farmer ate some Paris green last week and died from the The poison was kept in the barn to be used on tobacco plants They licked the Paris green and all diedThere is a clamor over the country for cheap feeding cattle says the Breeders Gazette This is likely to be a high priced crop of corn and stockmen must mark down the price of his goods Iowa and Nebraska want 3 25 and 3 50 feeders and intimate farm lulls effects the that these prices must be quoted to secure a free movement toward feed lots At present the country is the growing corn crop August is the month of development and much of the area is so backward toat no deli nite conclusion can be formed within five or six weeks but the demand for I watching t For Late Planting The best varieties of second j and Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Oar Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its val sable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY crop I Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Our Great Gleaning Out Of Spring Stock NOW ON All new goods up todate but they must not remain unsold Dry Goods Dress GoodsParasols Hosiery Gloves FansEtc At Greatly Reduced Prices THE Joseph Mercantile Co p I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC coo 0 ooooooooooooo I I I II I I II I j is I I I I I I I I I I I I 00H0tt0t 010 0 0 00 00 6 a weeeeeee a beeeaeee cheap feeders is insistent other kiijd will bo wanted W M Cravens a former Kentucky tobacco raiser but now living near Pine Bluff Arkansas last year sue ceeded in raising two crops of tobacco on the same piece of ground lIe be gan experimenting some vearsago and found that the plant would ripen in from 70 to 80 days which is a much shorter time than is required in this state lIe says The tobacco was planted in May of last year White Burley It matured in about eighty days and cured ready for stripping in sixty days I let some of time suckers grow and cut second crop which ma turgid fully and cured up nearly as good as the first crop The first crop or tobacco was brighter and of softer fibre than Kentucky Burly From the two crops more than 2000 pounds can be raised to the acre Time land is a black loam with red lime clay sub soil same character of soil as the Ken tucky River valley in Kentucky Every girl imagines she would be a queen in society but for the fact that she has more sense than beauty Before a man decides that he even likes the girl better than any other she has made her choice between a church and a home wedding 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 212 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 11 12 and lf account Fratern al Order of Eagles 23 00 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 2 to Sept 2 inclusive Ac count National Encampment Grand Army of the 0 0 Chattanooga Tenn and Sept 12 17 and 18 Ac count Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of SGI 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition pro 50 San Francisco or Los Angele 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 Ilomeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 and 11 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 231 Fourth avenue LouisvilleG A G P A St Louis Mo W H Tayloe G P A Washington D C Public Blue Grass Farm and Stock As I am getting along in sears I have to cuit I will on TIMKSDAY August 21 Uifti nt ray resilience in Garrnrd county Kentucky sell to the uiuhest nn l best bidder my four hundred acres ol good rich laud In a high state of cultivation It is well Improved has good and a good two story resilience with ten large rooms two small rooms two halls two hack porches two hay windows a beautiful front veranda us pretty u rolling front yard as heart could wish The Farm can be divided lute three lots One hundred acres with the residence and all necessary outbuildings con slating of two barns three corn carriage house meat house Ice house granary good neverfailing cistern two cellars three ponds of water one good pool This 100 acres is in grass The remaining UX acres can be divided into two lots and hiss upon it one large tobacco baru 41 x 15T feet of it icing floured with racks aud troughs good corn crib well fixed for feeding cattle tenant house never failing well two lasting pools of water and five good Half of thisSOO acres or nitre is good tobacco land and in grass except about 75 acres and the whole farm of four acres lies well This farm Is within one and a half miles of Paint Lick Ky on the Lancaster and Kichmoud turnpike roads with the I AN K it running through Taint Lick one or the best in Kentucky There are three merchandise stores one good drug uuu good corn mad lour mill one bank doing i good business 2 cirrlago two black smith hotel several houses and 2 livery stables It is one mile from Loxvtill another thriving with the I A N it It through It has a good sulphur well I within one mile of three good slid two schools and ten and a miles from Lancaster thu scot of Our rand county with a nice smooth turnpike road The community for iiilctness peace hlcncss sobriety and Christianity cannot be sui passed Also at the same time und place will sell Mules Broken to work 21 Mares and 12 Horse the rise of 15 hands high some good brood fillies from forty to sixty head of cattle then of two old steers calves and hogs oue good black jack foaled In 1JO fifteen hands high sired bv One Stallion Gov Eagle sired by King Dictator 10GS8 This is u well bred horse having the blood of Nutwood 218 Pilot Jr 11 the dam of Maud S has trotted a mile In 220 him self foaled 12th 1S37 full 15J hands high Full pedigree will be given on day of sale The be offered iu separate and then a a whole and In the way brings the most money that is It be soul iu three payments one third to be paid January let IDliC when possession will A note with surety will be on the first payment note to be of Hale to be paid in two equal payments 1st 1907 and 1908 percent interest per annum from 1st 1OC A deed will made to the purchaser the land on January let 1900 n on the land to secure the last two and Interest The stock will be sold all sums of twenty dollars and over on six months time a note bearing six cent Merest from day of sale till with good surety All sums under thenty dollars cash Sale to begin at 9 oclock A M Dr B RAMSEY Paint Lick Ky W P PBEWITT Auctioneer Kirksville Ky and n Sept S SaleO- F tiff feet tunics vilhiges large Thirty three head 2 year old geldIngcur cows Kentucky Grantby of II I January warrant c for ler Republic- S return Chicka- mauga concluded f u nth g arm never Gailiig or also tt general store 2es the way be sold required executed on A Touching Story is the saving from death if tin baby girl of Geo A ISyler lie writes At of 11 months our little girl was in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we to try Dr Kings New Dicovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after tak ing four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At McTloberts drug store oOc and 1 guaranteed Trail bottle free 1m INDIGESTIONS RECORD the age resolved E Cumberland Md The best I can prescribe for your madam is Greens I know several other physicians who it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of deaths It is heartfailure in its ghastly harvest CjYou read in the pap rs of healthy and even robust men attacked with acute indigestion after enjoying hearty meal oftheir many cases a physician could be called in JThis should be a warning to who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of If these unfortunate of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower bt fore or after their meals not- j have fallen a to such sudden fAugust Flower indigestion by creating good digestion It also regulates JTwo sizes 25C and 75c All druggists For ale by UK Itlclloberlf Summet Commercial School The Bowling Green Business Univer sity is in session the entire year No vacation is offered A student can en any time and get perfect classifi cation A beautiful catalogue and College Journal will be sent on appli cation Mention course wanted Address II II Cherry President Bowling Green Ky A New Treatment for the pores of the skin which the complexion Many people especially ladies are scaly skin and blotches Such ail ments are generally treated with cold cream face witch hazel prepar ations etc which afford temporary relief if The trouble in the inactivity of the pores of time skin If pores are healthy and perform their duties properly the complexion be good unless person from some chronic trouble- A Louisville chemist has succeeded in perfecting a product known as Paracamph to the hands or any part of the body opens tire removes all unnatural obstructions stimulating the circulation and induc ing perspiration Paracamph sweats out the It washes out the of the skin makes them healthy and active thereby giving a smooth rosy satin finish to the skin This new preparation is being used very largely by complexion specialists with the greatest success endorsed by all physicians owing to the fact that it pure harmless Paracamph can be purchased at store or your dealer does not it order direct from the factory The price is within the reach of all Sold in 2iic 50c and 100 bottles Manufactured by The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky C C J E Stormes CURE FOR HAY FEVER UEIIcItobcrt Suy lIromeI Will Give Itellel Sold Under Guarantee R E McRoberts wish us to announce that when Ilyomei is used as a or cure there will be no hay fev er lie advises daily treatment with Hyomci 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 prevented However if the preventive treatment is not start ed soon enough and the disease makes its appearence use Ilyomei six or seven times daily and relief will be given at once There is no stomach dosing when Ilyomei is used Breathed through the neat pccket inhaler that comes with every outfit its medicated air reaches the minutest air 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 reme lst 0 I apparently I indi vic- tIms theywould upthe terat beautifies cells kill hI indigestion prescribe beating blackheads b ms preventive all olIfiWES TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar so as to give a much clearer field of vision any other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort the wearer that no other glasses aiforil and which can be ap only by these who have tried them They arewithoiit question the most constructed glasses that have ever been made and when into BIFOCALS and farsighted glasses combined of any other form of Bifocal Glasses TORICOID GLASSES are made only by that If they do not satisfaction In returned and the money paid for them refunded If you have any trouble with your or II about TORICOID GLASSESmentioning TJ Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky tlla singlelens soldbyuaranlce h Tin this paper That Smooth Finish want evidencesend Be 5 I manner scientifically nearsighted eyes comfort 5000 CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL DYSPEPSIA Th s 100 bottle contains times tbe trial also which for 50 enta PREPARED ONLY AT TN LAIIOKATOKY o- rE 214 ulls for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky Ask TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED I Annually to fill the new crested by mid Companies WH want YOUNG MEN and LADIES good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHYA- ND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 7 of the Operators stdStation Agents In America Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in the Established 20 years and endorsed ivy nil leading every student to furnish him or her position paying from 10 loV a month in States east of the Rocky Mountain or from 71 to 100 a month in States west of the Kockies Immediately upon graduation Students can outer nt time No cues For full particulars regardine stay of our Schools write direct to our executive ofticf at Cincinnati 0 Catalogue free The Morse Scoool of Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo X Y Atlanta Ca LnCrosseWls San Fraco Cal ltlolls I I 1111II We exeute u i Botlll to an Texl1rklinu Tex Telegraph percent J slot I fBi r I POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice A J Tompson 1 II Rlgsby II G Pettus D M Anderson- J L Ilutchins Sweeney Morgan WmColdiron S C Higshy Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill FergusonWRWA Wheeler the la w 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