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THE CENTRALSIXTREXTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 18 1905 NUMBJSJl HO ff I RECORD gII w 1z r slim w Have your Roofing Guttering REPAIREDWe class work at reasonable Dont Put It Off During summer months we offer Special Bargains IN Furniture We can furnish your house from cellar to garret and with our easy pay ment system You Never Miss the Money Please remember when you need furniture that Were tie People to See Hamilton DunL JAJeazley Undertaker i W I I and 4 I I I Srates I I I IHaselden It A r I I t 1 I 1 I L J f r 1 I r I 1 Successors to JA Beaziey F Co Arterial old Cavity Embalming Fun line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 Boots Shoes Rubbers j Cost Best Salesman E C BOGUS WmHcriidon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Ofllce over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I G CHRIS PARIS lh S cg t CINCINNATI I LeastWear I J 7 R I i use ARKS Soor ran acs a scx sn s csx 1 F 1 e Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville at I t IE r till Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wilt sell lots 100 to 200 of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jelhco SemiCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying LeavelFs old stand Threshing coal lie II B Northcott I am agent for the Louisville Post C ncinnati Post and Csnciunati Star For sale at Frisbles Drug Store Your subscription solicited 187tf Howard Withers s Coal bushels h Time r loco Notes An Important Matter If you will look at the little yellow label on this paper you will see to ex actly the date it is paid for Unless It reads ahead you are in debt to this otllce It is very unreasonable to ex pect a man to credit you and then have to hire a man to come after the money We need every cent due The Record office and hope those in arrears will show they want to do what is right oy calling at the office and settling Rev Fl N Falconer will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Eld A R Moore of Birmingham filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday on invitation of Bro Tinder As Rastus can now work on the wa ter melon patches we hope the war on the chicken roosts will cease for the time being at least There will be a protracted meeting at the Fairview church beginning AUjf 20th Services will be conducted by Rev W C McCallum of Lexington Closes at Eleven We were mistaken in saying the mail for the morning train closed at 1115 It closes at eleven oclock sharp Remembet this 1 50 to Cincinnati next Sunday Train leaves at f a in and leaves the city about S p m All day in Cincin nati and the round trip will cost only 1 50 The W C T U Library will be open Tuesday nights at 8 to oclock and Saturday afternoons from 230 to oclock Very attractive lot of bright new books have just been Come and see them The colored fair will be held in Jno M Farras woods same place the white fair was held The colored people will have the best fair they ever held and a big crowd will attend each day The dates are 24 25 20 Tough On Our Neighbors A gentleman who came here to buy one of our rich farms said that a good farm was spoiled when Danville was built and that Madison county has a streak of lean and a streak of fat in it whilcGurrard generally has a uniform fertile soil Prospering In Middlesboro Frank Euibry oneof the bestknown colored men Lancaster ever produced was here from Middlesboro this week and received many cordial handshakes He has made money hand over list since locating in the MagicCity As he weighs 291 pounds it appears that he also feeds on the fat of the land Card of Appreciation I hereby express my heartfelt thanks and high appreciation of the many fa vors kindnessess and words of comfort bestowed by the good people of Lan caster during my greatest bereave ment My best wishes and my prayers that the richest blessings of Heaven may be shed upon them I offer in re turn S D Rothwell Uncle John Boner Hurt The Danville Advocate says Uncle John Boner had two ribs broken and was otherwise injured by being thrown from his buggy a few days ago The horse scared at a bicycle ridden by some gimletheaded dude who even refused to assist Uncle John after he was injured Such people should be hung to a convenient tree Ladies Aid Entertainment The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will have an entertain ment at the Court House Thursday evening the 17tfi The best home talent will take part and everyone is invited Admission 35cis 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 eyening is in store 2t Frequest handtohand conflicts in the RussiaJapanese war between troops armed with the highpower rifles which were expected to banish the bayonet and reduce war to long range shooting have upset theories formula ted bv experts and demonstrated the usefulness of cold steel as an wholesale homicide Therefore distribution of new Springfield riflis have been deferred and the expers of the war deparment are considering the question of adopting a practical to the weapons At a meeting of the stockholders and Board of Directors of the Lancas ter Fair Association held in Lancaster Ky at the Associations office on Aug 14 1905 it was voted by the Board of Directors by and with the consent In writing of more than half of the stock holders of said association to dissolve said corporation and close and wind up its business All having claims against or to said Association will call on the Secretary R L and settle at once 4t Lancaster Fair Association Lost short blue etamine jacket be tween Dripping Springs and ter Return to Haselden Robin sons store 2t Ala- 130 instrument of persons 9 received bayonet indebted Davidson Lances r n It is requested that every member of the W C T U be present at the reg ular meeting Saturday afternoon No Law Suit The new policies of the New York Life are incontestible for any cause from date of issue Editor Still Disabled The editor of The Record Is still crippled from the effects of colliding with a rocking chair some three months ago The doctor insisted upon us remaining off our feet but pressing business forced exercise which has resulted disastrously and we are again unable to work at all We will soon he all right however and will strive to make up for lost time Mr Leonard Miller and able assistants are in charge of the office and will furnish the best of work orf shortest notice What matter we print is written byye editor under great difficulties Good Meeting At Hubble An exceedingly interesting and profitable meeting is in progress at the Hubble Christian chuch and has been drawing large congregations for two weeks The pastor Eld F M Tinder is being ably assisted by Eld A Rt Moore formerly of Lancaster but now pastor of a large church in Birming ham Ala A good number of addi tions have been made and great enthusiasm awakened in the church We do not know two more earnest Godloving God serving Christians than are these gentlemen and their efforts are bound to result in good Last Quarterly Conference The fourth and last Quarterly of the Conference year will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday The Methodist pastor of the Richmond church J W Crates will preach Sun day morning and the presiding elder J W Simpson will be here on Monday and preach Monday nightand hold the Quarterly Conference The years work will be completed at this time and the pastor C POney is very anx lous to have all the reports on all lines in by that time The Methodist will meet 1st of September in Covington A Very Sad Death One of the saddest deaths in recent years was that of Miss Fannie which occurred at the home of her father Mr Wm Royston near Point Lcavell Tuesday evening about seven oclock Miss Royston was in perfect health until stricken by the dreaded typhoid fever some weeks ago skill do was done for her to no avail She was in her twenty fourth year and was an bright and attractive young woman beloved by all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance She was an active member of the chnrch and a great favorite with her neighbors and friends services were conduted at the family residence by RevMrFrierson Wednesday afternoon the interment taking place at the Lancaster at four oclock Great felt for the bereaved father and sisters Gone to Her Reward About one oclock last Friday the spirit of Mrs Eliza Rothwell left the tabernacle of clay and took its flight to the eternal haven of rest She was in her 59th year and had been in poor health for some time funeral services were oonductcd at the Christian church Saturday af ternoon by Elder F M Tinder and Rev C S Ellis after which the burial was witnessed by many friends and relatives in Lancaster Cemetery The song service the floral offerings the tears and the sighs evinced the high esteem in which she was held In early life she became a the church and she practiced in word and deed the principles of chari ty and benevolence which exist only in theory with the masses The pub lic will concur in the assertion that the unfortunate were never turned from her door and that she visited the poor and afflicted for the purpose of rendering substantial aid and min istering to their wants instead of merely calling to pay her respects as the custom of some is She was with out guile and duplicity and moved un der the standard of the Savior free from those principles which prevail under the Pharisaical standard Hersmiles and words of good clfeer for every body were messages sent through her from the courts of glory to cheer famishing souls She was possessed of all those lovable traits which characterize true and noble womanhood More such lives are need ed with the bright sunshine of chari ty to melt the cold and icy heart of the miser and conform the world to the teachings and practices Jesus In the domestic relations of life she was a queen and perfect in the dis charge of every duty Her husband Mr S D Rothwell and her son Mort Rothwell survive her and they have the sincere condolence of the public in their greatest bereavement for her devotion to them was most beautiful It is the part of wisdom to so live that we may realize the rich promises of that happy re union beyond the limits of time free from the sting of death and the pangs of sorrowA Lost a green silk umbrella at flan church about two months Leave at Record office and get 2t Everything that haudsand butall unusually Funeral Cemetery sympathy- is member- of Mr J o- Ff Conference Roys- ton loving medical could Presbyterian morning Appropriate Chris reward Will White Dies in Texas News of the deth of Will W White in Dallas Tex was a great shock to the parents of friends of the young man here in his old home lie had been suffering from heart trouble for some time but his condition was not deemed serious The end came Fiday and as stated above was a terrible shock to the family Funeral services were conducted in Dallas Sun day the interment taking place there He was the youngest son of Capt F J and Mrs White of this city and was born and raised here He accepted a position in Dallas with brotherin law Mr J S Armstrong some years ago arid has since been a valued em ployee of the large Armstrong Packing Co jn that city He visited his par ents in this city last summer and was warmly welcomed by his old playmates and companions Will White was as bighearted boy as ever lived and made friends of all with whom he lied dealings the Baptist church in Lancaster when quite young Ills death is a heavy blow to the aged par ents as only one daughter Mrs Arm strong is now Jeft to comfort them in their old age They have the deepest sympathy of everyone who knows them and many are the prayers that they may bear up under their great Automobiles The Danville News says The peo ple of this community are getting worked up over the automo bile question It has been authurita lively stated to the writer that auto mobiles are driving trade away from Danville The farmers are too busy to come to town and are afraid to send their wives and children because their horses are afraid of automobiles and they dont dare risk the lives of their loved ones on the highways alone It does look like something should be done to afford protection to those who travel the pikes and pay taxes for their maintenance There is a law in this state which requires a threshing machine an absolute ne cessity to have a matt two hundred yards in advance in order to protect those whose horses are afraid of it and yet the automobile is allowed to travel the roads at a mile a minute gait without any restrictions The automobile has no more right to the highway than the threshing machine and should be subjected to the same restrictions or similar ones Acci dents from automobilesas it is titling ly termed are becoming so numerous that It is very alarming only happen to those who drive the machines it would make little difference for in most cases they are caused by their recklessness but the trouble is that the innocent are the ones that generally have to suffer One human life is worth more to those who suffer by its loss than all the au tomobiles manufactured If want to break records let them get on a track the high road is no place for it TAINT LICK Mr T C Adams of Richmond visit ed relatives here last week Miss Mary Coyle of Leesburg Fla is visiting Miss Lydia Champ Miss Annie Francis of Lancaster has been visiting home folks here Quite a number of our people attend ed Berea fair Friday and Saturday Mrs Fannie Koehler has returned home after a visit to relatives in Illi noisMiss Mary Clarke Engleman has been with Miss for several daysMisses Mary and Martha Spurlock have gone to Wilde to visit Miss Bran namanMisses Margaret and Jane White have for their guest Mr Sam Stoneof LouisvilleMr Mrs W T Griggs of Rich mond few days last week with Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Mr Wm Brannaman has accepted the depot agency at Berea for 30 days and will leave here Tuesday Misses Alma and Mary Lear are a few little folks in music and books at their home Misses Ethel Galloway Edna Guinchiagline of Richmond spent part of last week with Mrs Fannie Gar rard Mrs Gallic Denton and little daugh ter have returned to their home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs Wm WallaceRev S Young began a private school at his home Monday Mr Young is an excellent teacher and we trust his school will continue to grow Plain Honesty Needed What we want in this land is a re vival of oldfashioned common honesty We want a code of practice which makes it disreputable Tor a man to be a thief We want a class of educators who would scorn to in company which an unrepentant rascal We want a body of yoters who will decline to any whose garments are stained by graft or spoils We want a church which Isnt afraid tc and a press which Isnt afraid to stand out against it We want leaders who are not pharlsees and followers who are not envious of illgotien gain All over America a wave of formal enthusiasm is moving at last begun to think It is a sign Lewiston Me Journal his Rejoined very much If the accidents automobiles LizzieBest spenta and beseen People I and last bereavement instructing support map preach lmve hopeful IHUANTSYILLE Mrs Cyrus Euson is sick Master Bryan Ballard continues ill of fever Mrs John Dunn is seriously ill at this writing Dr and Mrs J II Durham Mon day in Stanford Mrs Fannie Bryant is spending the week at Lancaster- Dr W M Elliott lies gone to Chicago to attend the lectures Mr and Mrs J II Dunn are spending the weep at Dripping Springs Master Jacob Stcadman and sister Ophelia have returned home after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Ver sailles Miss Annie Cotton of Danville has been visiting her cousin Miss Jennie Burnsidc Miss Manic Lee Ballard is at home after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Stanford Little Miss Josephine Moss of Jes samine is visiting her grand mother Mrs Josie Boner Mr John Smith has returned from a visit to Ins brother Mr Will Smithof Davenport Oklahoma Miss Virginia King is expected home in a few days from Richmond where she has been for several weeks Mr A T Christopher and family have returned from Missouri they having been fully convinced theme is no place like Old Kentucky Mrs Mollie Livingston of Galveston Texas has been visiting friends and relatives here This is her first visit to Kentucky for twenty years Dr J II Durham has returned home from Barbourvilie and his many friends are delighted to know that he has decided to stay in Bryantsville Work has begun on the new Bryants vine and Buena Vista turnpike This will certainly be quite an to this part of the county The people are greatly indebted to Messrs Brooks and Easley bv whose vigorous efforts the road was obtained Such citizens are always welcome to any community A n exchange pertinently remarks A couple of weeks ago Colliers 5 Weekly took the newspapers to task for advertising patent medicines In f its columns were noticed in the issue a page advertisement of Schlitzs beer and an advertisement of Hunters Rye a fine aged whiskey Well the two we believe the patent f medicines are less harmful and they j dont raise quite as much hell at least r Before it takes us to task it should r first clean its own skirts t I spent I I f improvement between TIT Get In the Habit visiting The Mercantile Co OUR NEW are beginning to arrive and we now have some of the prettiest and best goods to be on the mar ket this fall Dont select your fall until you see our stock lerceolile Co m I You know what we dohave the very best of everything I at the very lowest prices I DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS ETC 1 N m p flJ 11- I Ijoseph Goods ml r ti I TIrE a liimmle IJEOL THEY COME I ff Fall I 11 Josopli m 350 Grode 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 lint weather shirts in all latest patterns Nice of Underwear Everything new and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us H T LOGAN n iI I I I I III I 11 I III Oxfords at Cost III- II I II I III I III III III I III I III 11 1IIII II Lint I I 11 COSTi Walkover III 5 ii 7N r 4 JVi1111V1t f y grT Facuty G P SIMMONS HISTORY AND Miss Maud McBurney University ot Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Brenau College English Language ana Literature Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth Elizabeth College and Gerard of Music Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson Americ an nml Applied Music York Piano and Stringed Instruments Miss Alice M Eubank Cooper Union and New York School of Art Art Department Mrs Jennie White Preparatory Department Miss Lula Allen Primary Department Stenography and Typewriting rifJ JffJllljqJiffj fJX 1 JI0Jtii Jfff1 S S President- S PHILOSOPHY I 5 I Piano Institute r oj I Elocution rtlJIfljlilL0JllJlJJ 1m r r Tx rte rroYw JSK r 0o p Conservatory New I I S L Woo W Fish pt W G III crest c Vice Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK INCOKIO RATEDI II Statmt condition June SO 190j Loans and Discounts Overdrafts flue from bank JIauklug House and Lot Mortgages Cash Furniture soul Fixtures LiAitiLrris Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits r 533 34 8i 0 2C ItE0UICCES SlIO 11121li 1070013 1100 00 t t 16000 00 150000 4492 105irz Sur Paint Lick i CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 I DIRECTORS I M COY K GGUVN J B WOODS Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII II You go to a Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER forBUGGIES In REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn gyros r nr urn n nr nrnr BAKER for BREAD mnrmnrnnunrnnunrnnn i IUJU111JIUIIWUUUJUIIUIUUUUIIIIIUJOJUlUl1U11JUAl11UUll i MADISON INSTITUTE Should be Patronized by the People of Garrard County Examine carefully our list of teachers prices as given here with Then if you have a daughter to educate write to the principal He will tape 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 Wo have carefully selected teachers who have been educated in the best schools in the United States and who are specialists 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 o Jo 3 r e 1 JfiJXJ 1 jej C10 1tl C01lf r0t lJjtJJtiPJytfJffrJYr felql flf IIKG2Wli JlffjJ IMlX Jlj Wtr ffJffJJX0JmfY I1 10JjjJIJIjyrj YljJfjjJllI1 i1fjfffJffJlffl i 1- cWaj andour J RL ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS 1111 W C FISH J CENTRAL RECORD Issued Weekly ioojer Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Isincatttr Ky at SceantlClat Mall Matter Lancaster Ky August 18 1905 It is vain to hope that the decalogue will find a permanent niche in the politics of this country But it is worth trying for When once the golden rule gets fixed in the body pol itic and in business the entire country will be much happier and better than it is It certainly would be a great gain if the time came when all people in politics religion society and busi ness would do unto others as they would that they should do unto them While a guest at an inn in the Pe cone mountains recently Thomas A Edison the great inventor met with an accident in which his trousers were so badly torn that he had to seek the seclusion of his room until and then leave for his home in as he had but the one pair Think of a man who has harnessed electricity and whose Inventive genius has startled tile world on numerous occasions being unable to patch a pair of breeches It is estimated that the years corn crop will reach a total of 2000000000 bushels the value of which will be 1000000000 Quite a snug sum for agriculturists to pocket Add the of wheat to this and that of rye barley hay potatoes butter eggs products and the aggregate will be amazing Better stick to the farm young man instead of venturing into the cities to get fleeced by bunco men and grafters A New York boy of fifteen who has shown wonderful electrical engineer ing ability has refused an offer of 18 000 a year by a big electrical company The lad says he wants to complete his college course If he looks up the sta nightfall value I Orange another d VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore i 17 t i5- i tistics lie will find that the average college graduates starts out on a sala ry of about SCO a month The most attractive and successful souvenir edition we have seen is that just issued by the Ilarrodsburg Her ald The press work is perfect while the data and writeups make the bock one to be highly treasured We extend congratulations to Messrs Pulliam and Hutton and Joe F Waters cal edition editor A prominent English surgeon says that bad teeth among civilized races is due to the development of the brain as he asserts that big brains and sound teeth do not go together What about horses They have big sound teeth and horse sense is supposed to be the best sense People of New York City say they saw icebergs in a mirage near the city the other day Wonder if they will attribute this enlarged vision to the heat or to the old reliable cup that cheers have been married twenty years and they have 20 chil dren to show for it The figures on their golden wedding anniversary may ba even more interesting African cannibals are said to have eaten 2000 negroes and eight white persons during the month of June These cannibals evidently prefer the dark meat Caterpillars are so thick in parts of New Jersey that they bring a bonus Of ten cents a quart Thirty residents however are waiting for the price to drop a little Grandma Baker 82 of Salinesville 0 is recovering from a welldevelop ed attack of the whooping cough Grandma must be in her second child hood Did you ever hear a man ask an old time friend Are you married with any degree of enthusiasm It certainly makes a man hot these days to be told how to keep cool Lots of people dont really take a vacation until they finish one J W Jackson sold to W T Watson a calf for 11 Prof D T Smith was in our town last week making pictures Joe Simpson sold to Boy Broaddus 3 yearling steers at 57 50 Mr Grover Ross attended Institute at Junction City last week Joe Simpson sold 7 hogs at Sic per lb weight 139 Ibs each to John lull Morris Ross sold some hogs last week to Hugh Gayley at Sic weight 200 lbs Mr Joe Simpson sold his farm of 77 acres last week to Mr Frank Broaddus for 3000 John Wheeler and family spent part of last week with relatives in Rock castle county Watson Prewitt sold to D B Mc Clanham 15 shoats weighing 124 lbs per lb Mr Joe Simpson and J T Jackson and family attended church at eye last Sunday and visited friends Mr and Mrs 0 P Tudor have return ed home in Hamilton Ohio after spending 3 weeks with their parents Mr and Mrs T E Wheeler Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tinic Electric Bitters for sick stomach i liver and kidneys Mary H Wlters of Clair Ave Colum bus Forseveral months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked could notsleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I relief and in a short time I was entirely curedGuaranteed at McRoberts drug store priceSOc lm AKansascouple NINA I each at Sic Buck 546 St O 1 obtained v i spec C 4S writes HAKKSUUIIY Mrs Henry Burdette continues ill Patsy the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Burdette has been quite sickMr Harvey Aldridge has had a bad case of flux but is improving Mrs Will Hughes and little son Clyde are both down with flux Mr Tea Pollard who has been con fined to his room with a badly sprain ed ankle is able to be out again Mr Robt Clark and wife spent with Mr and Mrs Will Watkins Miss Minnie Kemper came out from Danville to spend several days with her sister Mrs Ed Perkins Mr J A Wood accompanied by his wife and daughter Josephine have gone to Petoskey to stay several weeks Mr Fount Huffman and wife have returned home after several days visit to their daughter Mrs Smith Urton Miss Emma McDowell of Pewee Valley and Miss Bradley of North Middletown have teen the pleasant guests of Mrs W C Poindexter- Mr and Mrs John Bryant and son Master Joe and Mrs Fannie Bryant were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Ballard of Lancaster Sunday Miss Katie Patton of Bryantsville began teaching school at Rice Acade my on last Monday Miss Patton has the reputation of being a good teach er and the patrons will be sure to be pleased with her work HYATTSY1LLE Born to the wife of Grit Meadows a boyMr Henry Arnold was in Kirksville SundayDr Denny of Richmond visited homefolks Saturday and Sun dayThe Misses Pierce accompanied by Mrs Johnson visited Mrs Ida Ray last weekMrs R W Oglivie of Princeton is visiting Mrs H K Herndon Mrs Johnson of Louisville is visit Ing her aunt Mrs Frank Pierce Joe Crlscillis who has been very ill with typhoid fever is improving Miss Brunette Arnold visited rela tives at Duncannon last Thursday Mr Steve Hill was a pleasant visitor in this neighborhood last Sunday Misses Conn Merryman Arnold and Mrs Arnold attended the Teachers Institute at Junction City last week- J II Hurt left Monday morning for Petoskey Mich and Southern Canada where he will remain for six weeks on account of hay fever PKEACHEKSV1LLK J L IJutchins is attending camp meeting near London Laurel county Miss Laura Cummins is visiting at John T Holtzclaws at Gilberts Creek J P Rogers and J B Hutchins court at Richmond last Monday and bought a pair of mules for 240 Bro R F Jordan filled his pujpi Sunday for the lust time this year Bro Jordan is a clean honest conscien tious man and his congregation here has not stood to their pastoFas they should have done There was a swell wedding at the Baptist church Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock Mr P F Kennedy a young attorney of this place groom and Mrs Ann Austin of Mobile Ala a woman of culture and wealth the bride Rev O H Huey of Stanford officiating Heres wishing em joy and success A Touching Story is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Md He 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 solved to tryDr Kings New Dicovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The first bottle gave relief after tak mg four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never tails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At R E McRoberts drug 50c and 1 guaranteed Trail bottle free 1m I attended here the age were t Saturday S Cumberland store ti Expenses The school year is divided into two terms of nine teen weeks each The expenses per ter mare as follows Board fuel lights washing one dozen per week 8 57 00 Tuition in College Department 3000 Tuition in Academic Department 2 00 Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 Tuition in Primary Department 1500 Piano with use of instruments for practice Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week 2i 00 Vocal Music two lessons per week Drawing pencil Oil Painting Bookkeeping 15 00 Elocution private lessons 25 00 Delsarte 10 00 Diploma r Certificate of garduation in any department 3 00 Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils in all departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their regular school work A reduction will also be made for the benefit of boarding pupils who are absent from Friday to Monday I 2 Z01 jffilftifii rgr l01 lljg I0Jf1jlliJfljJiJ 1 pieta 0 3000 It 30 00 1 or crayon 20 Oo 20 00 J 0 10 00 f1 1 JJ1lJJlfL0I L flJy0tffJfiJfl lffii1tfjlJlijL0Ji ffjl0JiJJjjllikjJ 1 1 r p7 r l 4 rid Q Field SeedCan furnish strictly nice Seed Wheat Rye Timothy Etc Will buy or sell Hay Straw Oats and Corn f Also can furnish Bran Chicken heed ChopE- tc Kindly get my prices GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON School Books All kinds NEW and OLD Oct Books JakQtt In Exchange SCHOOL SUPPLIES JJI One Million Tablets of Every Kind- S Big supply of every thing SI for use in Schools tJIAJ U tsItL WIf I F D I i I If1NtM JIJJFIfI 1JWIt Jtu n r g1iM8mill I Ira M rn MVOMeaAlMNrIW D lB o STORMES DRUGLi 1rimfI J1f PAINT STORE m 1 3 I I The Kentucky State Journal p LI Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of The Court of Appeals The Federal Court It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to W P WALTON Mgr 4 aJai a i I i f I j I i I I I I I J I J Published Court curt BOWLING GREEN KY ao Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business College aid National School Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic Law Commercial and Special Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE H H CHERRY President Bowling Green KyAddress Can Keep Cool If you use our t j t You I II I I an- dr We have em in all sizes and the prices are right MOUNT ELKIN Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers d A flyaiul a lien in a flue Were imprisoned could they do Said the fly Let us lleet Let us Hy said the lien So they Hew through a limy In the Hue Gossip About People N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Mrs C S Ellis entertained a few friends Friday Dr G C Faris and wife were visitors in Kirksville Sunday G R Harden of Covington is visiting friends here Miss Scott Petty has been visiting relatives in Kirksville Miss Angie Kinnaird is in Stanford visiting Miss Clara Cooper Mrs Martha Frisbie has returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Pearl Bettis will spend her va cation with relatives in Bardstown Miss Stella and Emory McWhorter have been visiting in Crab Orchard MrsA B Bourne and children visited Mrs Jim Wood Bourne the past week Mrs Mollie Livingston of Texas visited Mrs II A B Marksbury Sunday Mr Tutu Baughman of Boyle has been visiting his niece Mrs J A Beaz ley Miss Nell Dillon has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Vex sailles Miss Amanda Anderson is visiting Mrs Bottie Miller of Lox ington Miss Georgia Barnes Doty of Lex is visiting her aunt Miss Lena BrightMrs C McFarland of New York was visiting her sister Mrs It A Burn side She returned to Lexington Wed nesdayMiss Mary Miller of Richmond has been visiting Miss Vesta Lackey Dan ville avenue Mr R E Henrv of El Dorado Ark is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Solon Henry Aunt Susan Anderson spent the past week with her daughter Mrs Dollie Brown Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington has been visiting Misses Bertha and Mary Burhsidc Little Miss Francis Geiger was slightly injured by being thrown from a horse Tuesday v Miss Callie Adams of Richmond has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Mrs Jacob Joseph and Miss Cora Ward visited Mrs Charles Davis at Lebanon Junction Miss Maymc Ballard of Bryant what Democrat 1 her sister iI tOIl Now Cvnthiana r firs t i i 1 1 t ville is expected for a visit to Miss Margaret Tomlinson Mrs Charles Richardson and of Lexington are visiting her sister Mrs J C Rubinson Mrs Bessie England and daughter Magdalene are visiting her parents Mr Jack Adams and wife Misses Martha and Helen Gill have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Portsmouth Ohio and Ash land Ky Mr Guy Dividson and wife Messrs SauIIey Hughes and R L Davidson leave this week for a two weeks visit to the Lakes Messrs Millard and Lewis West of Washington D C arrived this week for a months visit to their mother Mrs Jennie West Stanford avenue Mesdames J W Miller George Bur dette and son Master George guests of relatives at Silver Creek and from there to visit Richmond relatives Mr and Mrs T A Royce of McCreary have returned from a visit to relatives at Burgin Having sold their farm they were looking for a place to lo cate The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Cox nee Miss Gena Bush died at their home in St Louis Friday The mother has many friends in Lancaster who deep sympathy Miss Eliza Luncford has returned from a months stay at Livingston She was accompanied home by Mrs Tankersley who will visit relatives here before returning home Mr Frank Pnmphrey and wife after a weeks visit to his parents in this city returned to Somerset Saturday Mr Pumphrey who had not been in good health for sometime was much improved by his vacation Misses Ethel Wheeler Sarah Early and Messrs Ernest Bourne and Bourne have been the guests of Miss Alleen Bourne at Mt Airy While here Miss Bourne entertained in their honor and all report a delightful time Mr Henley V Bastin and oride after a delightful sojourn to Niagra Falls Canada and the Lakes have returned home Mr and Mrs Chas F Dcnman of Nicholasville who accompanied them also returned and are guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West Middlesboro Record Billy and Chas West of Lancaster are spending a few days in Middlesboro on their vacation Billy is wellknown in Middlesboro he having lived here for a while about two years ago and his friends are glad to get a look at his handsome face again Peculiar Disappearance J D Butlerville O peculiar disappearance of his pain ful symptoms of indigestion and bili ousness to Dr Kings New Life Pills He says They are a perfect remeny for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaranteed at It E McRoberts drug store price 25c 1m i children are extend Edward Runyan of lathe id Lightning Belt i ands Horse Power HAY PRESSES Our prices are right N r I II i I Ii J I Hagan t aline Engines All sizes 11 Uaselden Robinson CABLg HQLPS WHALE Submarine ejd Monster of the Peep Until Death Ensues The submarine cable between Valdez on Prince William sound Alaska and Sltka Alaska was suddenly after it had been in op eration for a and the cable ship proceeding to the point of the trouble found the cable had become securely the officers thought under a rock The ship was accordingly to loosen it Heaving in was slowly continued when the carcass of a whale appeared with a loop of the cable fastened around the lower jaw The loop was twisted as well thus securely hoMIng the whale The carcass was badly and the stench made the task of loosening the cable from the Jaw most During its struggle the huge animal had badly twisted and torn the cable in its vicinity making several breaks In the conductor thus interrupting communication The steel armor wires with the ex ception of three broken at the twist of the loop and had the cable not possessed great tensile strength 20000 pounds it would undoubtedly have been broken A splice was soon made and communication between Valdez and Sitka restored One theory as to this peculiar acct dent is that the whale in feeding along the bottom was swimming slowly with jaws open The cable being suspended on irregularities of the bottom it came across the whales open mouth and the animal in its endeavor to disengage Itself threw a loop in the cable The whale was 50 feet long The depth at the place where it was found Is C5 fathoms One other case of interruption of a cable by a whale is on record This occurred in the Red sea many years ago and was caused by a loop of the cable being caught around the whales FAD FOR SPURIOUS GEMS Imitation Jewelry Now Manufac tured Which Deceives Even the Experts This Is the day of the imitation jewelry It is said the sale of genuine jewelry in New York has suffered from the trade For some time past it has been possible to obtain imi tation jewelry in France and England which is difficult of detection by ex perts The principal manufacturers deal in jewels of their own which are extraordinarily fine imitations of the real stones and will have a life of 20 years The are a composition of glass lead and tipped with platinum which Is harder than gold Every real stone except a diamoid is transparent Without the tip of plat inum these diamonds would also be transparent but with it they are an undetectable resemblance to the genuine stone These are mounted In 14karat gold and so well that when worn the platinum tipping cannot be seen An infinite variety of designs copied from the best real are shown and at a price 80 per cent less than the genuine All the colored emeralds and also and are similar in appearance The turquoise is so hard that the can be filed and no blemish made on the stone As genuine pearls are the most cost ly of gems the imitation pearls take the lead in price They are made of fishskin and a secret composition The manufacture of some especially good imitation pearls known as Venetian pearls is a lost art the process been invented by a poor Venetian SHARK CAUGHT BY HAND Large Fish Landed by a Maryland in Very Short Space of Time Dr E E Tull the notel gynecologist lately came to New York from the eastern shore of Maryland commonly supposed to be a part of the Garden of Eden transplanted One day a sharK appeared in the shallow water under the pier of the WaWaYanda club on Cap Tree island In less time than it takes to write it reports the New York Press Dr Tull shed his clothes leaving on nothing but his shirt and was wading in the direction of the monster tiptoeing so as not to disturb him The tiger of the sea appeared to be hypnotized Hand me a gaff the Marylander whispered and a small such as we fishermen save a sevenpound bass with was passed to him The water was just up to his knees When within five feet of the shark he drove the gaff into its neck at the same time plunging forward aud grasping it by the tail The struggle lasted three minutes then Mr Shark was dragged ashore It measured feet An Unbelievable Accusation Were going to have hard work to find a jury remarked the district that will convict this fellow Are the natives of this region so corrupt as all that You dont understand Hes ac cased of having swindled the Oil company Louisville Courier Journal Trustworthy Junior Member of did you happen to lend that young man money without security Senior Ive lent him books from my private library time and again and he never failed to return them Detroit Free Press Meaning of a Mexican word The word pee found in many Mexican names means hill Chapul tepee means grasshopper hill Ocotcpec pitch pine hill and so forth it is an Aztec word and its is almost en tirely confined that part of the republic that was once ruled by Willing to Contribute Rev Mr Sapley Im collecting for our drunkards madam Mrs Ardtack Oh are you call around about midnight you have Bill Modern Society 2 WO fAST ire successful fastened decayed were manufactures manufacture diamonds carbon gems models stonesrubies sap- phIres turquoisesarc manufactured surface having Instrument 4 attorney Standard FirmHow MemberBecause so to Mexican Well Diy I interrupted month maneuvered trying tail give use Montezuma home and can w A REAL FAITH CURE One Mans Struggle With and Over Illness Discourage ment and Sore Temptation He was sick hopelessly sick and his illness was not the ouly hopeless thing about him He had fallen and his will had lostpower to resist the hold of appetite upon it He left the city where he had made his home and moved with his family to a new place remote from the memories of the past and with the promise made to his wife that with the removal he would a new leaf His friends all hoped- It would be as he promised for no one wished him ill but few expected him to succeedHis trusted him and she mapped out the way by which he might find help First of all it was important as she believed that her husband should find the help which came from trust in God and after that it was that he should find the best and companionships which their new life afforded And with these it was Important that he should find what temporary relief he could from his fatal illness He trusted her and did as she desired Their first acquaintances in the new town were made through the church which they began at once to attend and with which she proposed that should unite For a time he resisted this suggestion It involved a humiliating confession of his own past it Involved so much of uncertainty for his future But she was tactful and had proved her right to Influence his judgment by her unfaltering love and so she had her way You have done the manly thing said the pastor when the whole story had been told We will help und there will be ways in which you can hell us Do not think that you are here only to be helped You have learned I hope not to overestimate your strength now learn not to underestimate It Be strong In the help of God in the love of your true wife and of the friends to whom you have come It was as brave a struggle as Is often seen says Youths Companion Months went by with success apparently But the tempted man was true He had to struggle for dally bread for the maintenance of a reputation as yet unsullied and for physical strength for his daily work But he triumphed The force of will with which he fought temptation gave him physical vigor for the conquest of bodily weakness Hu grew stronger daily not through the skill of men for medicine could do little for him It was through the strength of God and the influence of good friends At last physicians who had all along predicted his death decided that he had so far conquered his immediate danger that with care and a change of climate he could enjoy some of compare tive strength And the man and his family went forth from the community where they had lived for three years went forth honored and beloved Few knew the struggle which had been go ing on in the mans soul or how much he meant when on leaving he testified to the good which he had received in his association with friends in the church and the community Although still a frail man in his bodily strength and still subject in hours of fatigue to sore temptation he has fought and won his battle His faith has made him whole WISE SAYINGS No man alone through life who walks alone with Christ There is no statute of limitation to the memory of an evil deed No man need apologize for his but for the lack of It He wins the friendship of Heaven who conquers the enmity of time No man can long retain the save of men who has not the love of God God has placed difficulties In our path that we might gain strength by overcoming them If we see little good in humanity we may depend upon it humanity will see little good in us In proportion as we have the love and gentleness of God revealed In us will we be loved by our fellowmen Error grows In the next field to truth and the seeds frequently blow across the line so that the gleaner sometimes mistakes a lie for tile truth There Is a reciprocity In human na ture and each heart Is quick to red ognfze a kindred spirit and give and tale and grant a blessing as occasion serves If we will travel the world over In search of the richest thing it holds for us we will find at the end of the journey that we have carried it with us all the own immortal q il Unit1 Proshvtprlan Fiend his Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Web says I have used Bucklens Arnica Sallve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at McRoberts drug store guaranteed lm For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf The leading florist is represented C Gaines flowers promptly furnish cd for any occasion Telephone 100 7 18 tf Lost short blue etamine jacket be tween Dripping Springs and Lancas tee Return to Haselden Robin sons store 2t Every man owes it to himselfand his family to master a trade or profess ion Read the advertisement of the six Morse of Telegraphy in this issue and learn easy a pby be assured a position tf I enfeebled turn- Over surroundings probably they uncertain ears I Christianity wayour young or lady learn i o- D l Triumph you walls I b- Ed schools man telegr and Y s a PAINTS of all kinds for all l = J We guarantee to give you a better Z TT1 less O T than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE p for E I Business and Bargains Fresh eggs lie at II B Northcott Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf For Rent for 1906 Farm of 241 acres well watered and fenced Situated on Buckeye pike H miles from Lancaster For further in formation apply to II C Jennings 718 tf See us before buyingyour Iron fence we can interest you Haselden Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain J 84 tf W J Romans i See our handsome line of cut glass 77 Morrow McRoberts Refrigerators at bottom prices 714 Haselden Robinson New line of elegant watches new style cases 77 Morrow McRoberts Please return our wire fence and get reward 7 14 Haselden Robinson Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I P Thompson New stock of machine needles at 69tf Thompsons One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Ky Coal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of now while it is cheap Phone 14l 5t John Makes For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at 0 ltf Thompsons Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that 1 have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gcra niuins 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 I P Thompson the jeweler tf We want your Paint Tvarnish business we will give you newer valve for less money than in Lan caster Frisbies Drug 4t Coal Salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the sell at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in tity and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A tf We guarantee our paint chalk blister or come off years If it does we will give you to re paint it free of charge V 4t Frisbies Store For Sale The Fred Stone property on Crab Orchard Street for price Adams Co Real For sale Best grades Jeliico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B Northcott Clock and Jewelry I Repairin- gI prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all kinds in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satisfac tion guaranteed Store at Thompsons old stand Danville street G2 tf Ike P Thompson 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 pressed Or ders left at Hamilton Dunlaps Furniture Store tf Louis Faulkner Ninety nine ewes and three choice them Price 8400 W B Moss Lan caster Phone 99 3t For rent at tenroom two story house on Danville street one half Public Square Suit able for boarding house wood cistern garden and stable Apply to J M Grand Property For Rent Sixroom two story building on Water street Possession at once J A Stone tf Abig treat is In store for all the entertainment to given by the Ladles Aid Society at the Court House Thursday nigbt the 17th forget the date 1 2t 714 For Sale Leave coal uy nd anyb tore anything n t t eel fu fi p t Dru Ky theyhave once block trom who rii f S C C C stretchers Japes state 31 o those attend be t Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogshead while contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General Insurance r JIIrWa I IlFREE 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 K OOCOC OOOOOOOOC OOC I I IIx OF II I CASHat 2 IRE I COOOCC Oooc J- L O y a oocc OOoo LEWIS Y LEAYELL President IN PREMIUMS rr J pnH jJSES1I ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier O RIQNKY Asst Cashr WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DESNY Pr eldest JOHN E STORIES Vice Prwt S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson E Stormes W H Kinnaird KENTUCKYS I W C D tfoi 1 o I493 o JI 0 0 0 J no 2 O g itiLa 000000000000000000000000000000000000000N Q o 2 0- Q A 2 0 a M i OO i0O00JO0O 000 00 000000000O d BIG 6 By special arrangements with Basil n Telephone Co can call me Oflice Phone No 31 Residence No 7anyone STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 1823 f J BIG DAYS Z5000 For Sale A splendid residence and 3 land in Lowell Ky Prej A good investment Apply to Hughes Lancaster Ky sale a nice residence good business Those meaning business can apply to Swincbroad loW For anda Y acres air S S i J J WALKER Vice Prest J i cn IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 995Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky The school tax book for the year 1905 is now ready Please call at once arid settle I little unpaid tax for the 1904 that must be settled at once Tbose in arrears please call at once and settle and save cost j 2tS E W Harris Treas Notice havea year There are some magnificant mothers in the world to whom maternity gives an added charm a greater strength But how few these mothers when compared with the multitude of women who are robbed of charm weakened and broken down by the burdens of maternity Motherhood is the highest function of women and nature meant it to confer the highest joy Maternity has an entirely new meaning to those for whom it was once only another word for suffering when they have been made well and strong by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures the nausea from which many women suffer It encourages the appetite tran quilizes the nerves and gives refreshing sleep It increases the strength and gives great muscular elasticity making the babys advent practically painless I had indigestion so bad last winter while expecting to become a mother writes Mrs Th of Yorkville 111 Box that I could not eat without it distressed me terribly I took five bottles of Favorite Prescription and three of Golden Medical Discovery and went through comfort and when baby came had to suffer as with other times It must be known that case was a one not being overstrong and had four children I was so weak and rundown I could hardly drag around You may judge how well I am now being left entirely alone five children of whom is four years can do all my work I am happy indeed for I love children and do not care how many I have if I can be well Tmm 0MMMMM XWIM MHit f MM ttioammii mini might Imrff mmmm la mmrmrm i mmat FREE mn receipt twmntyoam MM mmmt mttmmm tm pay MIMMM ml ONLY AMrmm r It V FMJWJ 3ffmlOr H Y e veryremarkable All all ft pap of Too Busy to be Kind I sometimes think we women now adays are in danger of being too busy to be really useful said an old lady thoughtfully We hear so much about making every minute countand aJways having some work or course of study for spare hours and having our activeness all systematized that there is no place left for small wayside kind nesses We go to see the sick neigh bor and relieve the poor nelghborbut for the common every day neighbor who has not fallen by the way so far as we can see we hayent a minute to spare But everyoody that needs a cup of cold water isnt calling the fact out to to the world and there are a great many little pauses by the way which are no waste of time The old fashioned exchange of garden flowers over the back fence and friendly chats about domestic matters helped to brighten weary days and brougut more cheer than many a sermon We ought to not to be too busy to inquire for th girl away at school or to be too busy to inquire for the girl away at school or to be interestsd in the ter from the boy at sea It is a com fort to the mothers lonely heart to feel that some one else cares for that which means so much to ner Espec ially we ought not to be too busy to give and receive kindnesses In our own home May no one be able to say of us that we are too busy to be kind The Young Woman During days now upon us it is better to feed the family on bread and milk or let them for age for themselves awhile and give the tired mother a vacation than to keep her grilling over a hot cook stove turning out roasts pies cakes and oth er cooked things to please capri cious or voracious appetites of the family says an exchange Mother is the last of the family to think she needs a vacation Indeed if you should hiut such a thing to her she is usually surprised into speechlessness at the folly of such a suggestion She would tell you that such a thing was utterly impossible Everyone can go but mother The girls must have a chance with beaux at the resorts often a chance that they were better oil without The boys must have their fun while theyre young Father may well go fishing to get away from business cares But she cant get away Dear creature she she has become so accustomed to sac rificing herself for others that she nev er thinks of anything else But girls see that mother gets a rest Send her away for a few days and when she comes back note the pretty smile on her lips and the happy light in the dear patient eyes Just try It and it will be worth more to you than a sea sons silly chatter with men who care nothing more for you than the passing of an idle hour THE DUSS BAND Famous Organization Will Furnish Music at Big Kentucky State Fair The management of the big State Fair to be held at Lexing ton September 18 to 23 has engaged the famous J S Duss band of New York This is one of the bestknown bands throughout the world Its is a multimillionaire whose hobby is music He has been for years conducting a band on a larger or small er scale The aggregation which he now has is composed of the most prom inent musicians of the country and is kept largely for the pleasure of its own er It has played important engage ments in the most prominent cities in America the last two years and has gained within that length of time a reputation which rarely comes to a band once in a life time Mr DUBS is particularly interested in the success of the Kentucky State Fair and his manager has signified his intention of doing all in his power to assist it A street parade will be given every day and he will devise other means of the fair thoroughly In this and other States I a Jet Mother the hotenervating motherwhy Kentucky proprietor I c advertising I BLASTS PROM RAMS iiuwA Faith does not eliminate To find His face is our fears Freedom only leaves a man free lo climb up A stingy mans gifts always strings on them They share His triumph who shrink not from His trials Mansions in the skies are not builtout of mud slung at others The higher life always begins with the death of the lower A sensible man knows he cannot trust his senses all the time Wisdom Is like money It never grows so long as It is hoarded The heart that is full of Joy always has room for anothers sorrows Many men are praying for more faith who need to ask for less folly He Met the Test It is said that when F B Meyer held the first meeting in his church for workingmen he said Men we wont call one another brethren but we will call each other brother The next day as Mr Meyer was walking on the streets a scavenger shouted to him Good morning Brother Meyer He replied Good morning my broth er Then the scavenger got down from his cart and went over where Mr Meyer was and respectfully saluted him But when Mr Meyer attempted to take his hand the man drew back saying Excuse me my hand is not fit for the likes of you to take But the preacher said There is lots ot soap and water at Christ church Give me your hand Later In the day the scavenger meeting four of his said holding up his right hand Say fellows the new parson over to Christ church has shaken hands with that hand they said 11 he has done that hell do Ramli Horn For Late Planting He ken widtes cecta enp ud Nwtken sorts look triers New Write for list of varieties and prices tor Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request It val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LeoisvniE EENiconr Whereas Thoucaads of American Rave unqualifiedly indorsed Para camph to the Injured as a sure and agent it is absolutely guaranteed that every bottle the same will do exactly is claimed for it in the which is around the bottle Paracamph combination of soothing oils and refined with utmost accuracy from pure drugs a special salves or liniments because when perspiration I know that it relieve andcure Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia Nasal Catarrh Sore Throat Sore Chest Croup and ol the Skin Swellings and all In flammations Burns and Cuts without leaving scars It is an absolute Blood Poisoning Paracamph is the only safe sure you can have home in the Remember every bottle uguaranteed to do exactly claimed for it or the money will be refunded Sold 25c SOc and 100 bottles at all good druggists or sent direct There ParacamphB Manager TIle itoacamph Company Ky J CCJEStormes 3 tolose comrades Well ef I isa absolutely process yourhome painsdrawing ve anY is con e IttJJ I hav f I I I I I I I I I I I L Peach accept substitute r Sparrows and Wheat Several farmers in the Ilecord ofllce Saturday gave it as their opinion that it would be but a very few years until no wheat would be raised if English sparrows multiplied in the future as they have in the past One of them said that he had the best wheat in years until it began to ripen Then myriads of sparrows swooped down upon the field and each would light on a stalk or crush it to the ground and then the little pests would devour every grain in the head Each grower said it was astonishing how much wheat these little birds could devour It was the opinion of all that stringent and united measures should be adopted to exterminate the spar row One of them said that the best plan would be to grind two or three bushels of wheat and mix paris green with it and scatter it on the snowand they would die by the hogshead full but if only one man tried it they would not be missed but if every far mer will try this next winter they can almost be wiped out Six said they were going to try the poison plan and get their neighbors to follow suit 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 29 25 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 to Sept 2 inclusive Ac count National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 0 65 Chattanooga Tenn and re turn Sept 12 17 and 18 count Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of 01 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 66 50 San Francisco or Los 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 Homeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 Sept 5 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 St Louis Mo W H Tayloe G P A Washington DC Public Sale Blue GrassParm and Stock As I am in years I have to quit farming I will on THURSDAY August 24 at residence lu Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder farm four hundred acres 01 good rich land in a high state of cultivation It Is well improved hag fencing and a good two story residence with ten large rooms two small rooms two halls two back porches two bay windows a beautiful front ai pretty a rolling front heart could Farm can be divided into three lots One hundred acres with the residence and all necessary outbuildings con sisting of two barns corn carriage house meat house ice house granary good neverfalling cistern two three leverfulling ponds of water one good pool This 100 acres is in grass The remaining oOO acres can be divided into two lots and has upon It one large tobacco barn 40 z 156 feet lOu of it being floored with racks and troughs good corn well fixed for feeding or mules also a tenant house never failing well two lasting pools of water and five good springs Half 300 acres or more is tobacco land and in grass about 75 acres and the whole farm of four hundred acres lies wellThls farm is within one and a half miles of PaInt Lick Ky on the Lancaster and Richmond turnpike with the L N R R running Paint Lick one or the best villages in Kentucky There are three large general merchandise stores one good drug store one good corn and flour one bank doing a business 2 two black smith shops hotel several boarding houses and 2 stables It is one mile from Lowell another with the L N R R running through It has a good well is within one mile of three good churches and two schools and ten and a miles from Lancaster the county seot of Gar rard with a smooth turnpike road The community for bleuess sobriety and Christianity cannot be 8ti tpassed same time and place will sell Broken to work 21 Mares and 12 Horse the rise of 15 hands high some good brood from to of twcn tylive head of two old steers cows and hogs one good black foaled In 1902 fifteen hands sired by Kentucky Grant he by Grant Jr he by by imported Palmer One Stallion Gov Eagle sired by King Dictator 10688 This is a well bred horse having the blood of Nutwood 218 Pilot Jr ri of the dam of Maud S 306X has trotted mile in 220 foaled 12th 1897 foil 16 hands bleb Full pedigree will be on day of sale The farm be offered in separate and most money that It way it It be In three payments one third to be paid January 1st 1906 possession will note with surety will be re on the first note to be ezecnt ed on of sale the remainder to be paid In two equal payments January 1st 1907 per cent per annum from 1st 1906 till A warranty deed will to the purchaser the on Jan nary 1st 1906 with a on the land to secure the last two payments and interest The stock over on six mouths time with a note bearing six cent Interest from day of sale till with good surety All sums under dollars Sale to begin at 9 oclock AM RAMSEY ffe Lick Ky KKWITT Auctioneer KlrluvUle Ky prospects Act Op concluded U I Thirty three head 2 year old Mu1s geldIng a get es twenty Dt Pain W I I t p I Chicka- mauga m road himself hen us a whole and way the will be sold January will be sold for sum of and aid I = CONSUMPTIONS WARNING I Inside facts soon become evident In outside symptoms DR G G GREEN aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be noted by anyone average in telligenceThere no disease known that gives so of its approach as consumption and no serious can reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschees German which is made to cure consumptionIt early stages that German Syrup should when warnings are in the cough that wont the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the weakening of the ac companied expectoration But no matter how your cough even if dread consumption attacked your German Syrup effect a it has of apparently hopeless cases of trouble New bottles 25C Regular size 750 At all For vale by KB IDcRoberta MANSE Mrs Joe McCormack is ill at this writingMiss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury is with relatives here Born to the wife of J B Woods a fine girl christened Mary Lena Mrs Jake White and little daughter Hazel have been visiting at Capt DotysProtracted meeting will begin at Fairview church Sunday Aug 20th conducted by Rev McCallum of Lex ington Rev Young of Paint Lick filled the pulpit at this place Sunday The discourse on Prayer was very helP ful and interesting Causes of Tainted Milk The Swiss scientist Dr Gerbergives the following causes of had or tainted milk 1 Poor decayed fodder or irration al methods of feeding 2 Poor diaty water used for drink ing water or for washing of utensils 3 Foul air in cow stable or the cows lying in their own dung 4 Lack of cleanliness in milking manure particles on udder 5 Keeping the milk long in too warm poorly ventilated and dirty places 6 Neglecting to cool the milk rapid ly directly after milking 7 Lack of cleanliness in the care of the milk from which came the great er number of milk taints arise 8 Poor transportation facilities 9 Sick cows udder diseases etc 10 Cows being in heat 11 Mixing fresh and old milk in the same can 12 Rust in pails and tin cans Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky the one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following is a partial list of what we have on hand at present No acres 2i miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price 855 per acre No acres in good near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 8120000 or will sell the acres together at 82200 No acres new barn goodcot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 82500 acres well improved 85000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 86250 per acreNo acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No at junction of two pike splendid frame housenew barn well watered good location for a doctor or fora store price 84000 No 126 72i acres on the pike 6 miles from Lancaster well improved price 8625tf per acre No acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered bargain at 83000 per acreNo acres a fine place near town at 8100 per acre No acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state or cultivation cheap at 870 per acre No 133 360 acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 865 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike new improvement well watered 850 acre No 1401991 aCles on Dix river near Bryantsville strong soil well frame house stock barn and other cheap at per acre No acres all first class land in high state of cultivation fine in provements a bargain on the pike Worth the price 875 per acre No acres Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 81250 for sale or rent We have a number of dwellings and other property In Lancaster for sale or for rent for 1906 we can suit renters and purchasers M willsurely cureas I 7126 1130 1246 7 3148 34330 116242 11745 acreslocated 127170 129120 132250 13485 per Improved outbuildings 6000 141155 14227 near Town property I i The i a neighborhood l Kodol 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 have tried them They arewithout question the most scientifi constructed glasses that have ever been made and when BIFOCALS near sighted and combined of any other form of Bifocal Glasses TORICOID GLASSES are made only by T J Howe Co Louisville Ky and are sold by them and their authorized agents under a that If not satisfaction everyway they ntav be returned and the money paid for them will be refunded If you have trouble with eves or If have not you perfect com and satisfaction In even way to us about ttlORICOID this paper Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for vour work LAUNDRY 51 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky manner appreciated far singlelens lour I TJ MaN V 0000 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT100 bottle contains 2H times the trial size which sells for SO C DeVITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL J DYSPEPSIA CURE The cents PRIPAIUD OtLY AT THE LAiORATOiY o- rE S Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E Lancaster Ky II TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to fill the new created by and Telegraph Companies We want YOUNG sort LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 percent of the Operators ami Station Agents Amrrica Our schools ur the largest exclusive Telegraph Svlmnl in the Established 20 years and endorsed Sty all leniliiiR Railway We execute i 0 Bond to student to furnish him or her a position paying from 10 to ro a month in States east of the Itiicky Mountains or from 7 to tOO n month in States yeast of the Rockies immediately upon graduation Students can enter at any time No vaca lions For full regarding any of our Schools write direct to our executive oilice at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N Y Atlanta fin LnCrosseWis TexarkanaTex San Krneo Cal FAVORITE POSTEDThe undersigned 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 I warn- Ing I ii even I RESCRIPTIO FOR WEM4 WOMEN D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Riusby W S Ferguson W L Lawson J H P D Rigsby Mrs Gill Guard Against Germs Keep Well by Strengthing the Stomach in Summer with Miona Everyone with weak digestion should use Miona at this season and so strengthen the stomach that dis ease germs can have no effect This remarkable remedy puts the whole digestive system in so heal thy clean and sweet a state that fer mentation of the food cannot exist that any disease germs which may en ter the stomach will be and food will be so readily assimilated and healthy increase in flesh will result whatever destroyed that a rap d Nervousness and sleeplessness come more often from a weak stomach than from any other cause headache back ache and rheumatic pains are directly caused by 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 the guarantee under which he sells Mi o na Price 50c It costs nothing unless it cures PULL DOWN the ITS TIME FOR THE MOUNTAIN TOP I 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 clearinghouse Youll come hack with energy in storage sufficient for a year Our booklet Under the Turquois Sky tells what can be done in Colorado Ask for it LOW RATES ALL SUMMER r IiI GEO II LEE Cl A Little nock ArUaiiK II I McGUIRE Dl t PasS Agt CincInnati Ohio I 1 To Bankers The following letter has been mailed to the bankers in this section of the State It shows that the company referred to is willing and anxious to have its methods investigated Lexington Ky Aug 7 1905 Dear Sir As a cashier of a bank you are naturally recognized as a financial authority and the people of your sec tion look to you for sound advice on financial matters Doubtless many have asked you and many more will continue to ask you what you think of Life Insurance and if you think that the Life Insurance Companies of our country are being managed honestly and wisely and for the best interest of their Policvholders You of course wish to answer such questions may be asked you regarding Life Insurance companies fairly and fully therefore on behalf of the old New York Life Insurance company I wish to invite you to ask me such questions may think important regarding the management of our Company and I will take pleasure in answering them fully and frankly President McCall and the men associated with him In the manage ment of the NewYorkLlfebelieve that Publicity is as essential to the financial health and strength of a Life Insurance Company as fresh air and light are to the human body Will you not therefore turn the light of your intelligent inquiry on our Corn pany As you are doubtless aware the New York Life Is charged with the awful crime of beingBIG All of the as we ares IT we must expect to be criticized and misrepresented just as the STRONGEST CANDIATE in a political convention We have not hing to fear so long as we do what is right and have the confidence of fairminded men like yourself but we cannot to have your full unless you take the trouble to Investigate our methods of doing business Hoping to hear from you soon I remain Sincerly yours Angus Allmond Agency Director asyou getGUILTY confidence 2 v A J Tompson R G Pettus J L Hutchins Jas R Henry II C Miller WR Cook WA Wheeler Wm Coldirori CURE FOR HAY FEVER Will Give Sold Under Guarantee R E McRoberts wish us to announce that when Ilyomei is used as a preven tive or cure there will be no hay rev er lIe advises daily treatment with Hyomei 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 Hyomei six or seven times daily and relief will be given at once There is no stomach dosing when Hyomei is used Breathed through the neat pccket inhaler that comes with every outfit its medicated air reaches the minutest air cellskilling all germs and soothing and healing the irritated mucous membrane The complete Ilyomei outfit costs but 1 extra 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 E McRoberew nell l bottles Says Ilyonnei Cures Kidney and Blad der Diseases in Every Form fllany Peoplo Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know It I HOW TO FIND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them j When the kidneys are out of order the other organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and j Dther ailments which are all owing to tho kidneys being weak and out of order worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will bi restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sed iment or small particles Heat about in it your kidneys are diseased and Foleya j Kidney Cure should be taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel bettef at onceIt slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the doctors advised me if I had any business to attend to I had bet i ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent son to the store for and after taking three bottles to get better and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes flOe and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC JE Stormes My accounts are I DUE and I NEED THE MONEY Please call and settle SALLIE D fILLET ifoLV1S KIDNEY CURE KidneyCure I I began OJ TfflW 0 10 mJ 0 10 t I o1 4 tz l I Jesse DJearen Insurance Agent JSolicits of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning antI Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Hotel SeeWrite or Phone SWINEBROADat Insure your property against Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Countyma every time Residence Phone 132 Office Phone 40 ashare e Gaines Fire Windstorms t Liffhtllillff