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THE CENTRALSIXTEENTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 25 1905 t RECORD NUMBER 1 Have your Roofing Guttering REPAIREDWe class work at reasonable Dont Put It Off During summer months we Special Bargains Furniture AVo can furnish your house froth cellar to garret and with our easy pay ment system You Never Miss the Money Please remember when you need furniture that fere tte People to See Hamilton Successors Ueazley Co I I and I I rates I I 1JIIW ytW r I I hirer I I JA J BeazleyUndertaker I I rflJljw 1 t JR- Hdselden1 N gala to J g Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone ill r USE MARKS STIX I CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best I Salesman E C BOPUS too WmIIurndon Swlnebrqad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt to business I G CHRIS FARIS LeastWear G 1 L I I R attention C I I a uuasasvus r I F t r r DentistOf- fice over Thompons store Danville st W rl1 Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wilt sell lots 100 to 200 of coal cheap for We handle Jelhco SemlCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss our prices before buying old stand Threshing coal lie H B Northcott I am agent for the Louisville Cincinnati Post and Csnciunati Times Star Drugstore Your subscription solicited 187tf Howard Withers fljW Coal bushels Cash Forsale at Frisbles t iit Af fo a Ge Posit r e A I t h I t Loud Notes A small tire on the Chute caused an alarm at noon Tuesday I Mr Joe Iseview is erecting a cozy dwelling on Water street adjoining the residence of Hill Policeman Siler has purchased a reg citation helmet and strongly resem bles the big red Irish copper in the cities Ilenrv C Arnold who has many relatives Lancasterhad his leg broken in an automobile acci dent at St Louis Tuesday The alarm of tire Saturday after noon about six oclock was caused by the burning out of a chimney at Mrs Balls residence on Richmond street Fred Hall who has been assistant agent at the is holding down the depot and telegraph ottlce at Paint Lick Mr Hall is an honorable and deserving young man and The Record wishes him unbounded success All persons having books belonging to the Garrard county Teachers Li brary are requested to return them at once so we can get a correct list and order some new books Amanda Anderson Librarian Uncle John Still Suffers The Danville Advocate says The condition of Mr John Boner who was thrown from a buggy several days ago and seriously injured is not what his family hoped for and he is still in a critical condition Next Monday is County Court and we trust those in arrears for to The Record will come in and settle Nearly every one of our sub scribers pay without being asked and in fact we never send out a collector unless necessity forces us to do so A newspaper asked the following question and offered a prize for the best answer Why is a newspaper like a woman An Oklahoma woman sent in the following answer and was awarded the prize Because should have one of his own and not run after his neighbors Buys Fine Hogs Mr J Walker was in Louis ville last week with his son Dr Walk er and attended the GlennMeadows sale of high class Poland Chinas at Shepherdsville where he bought two sows one of them a Keep On the other a Chief Perfection 2nd both very tine individuals Speaking Monday The Record is requested to an nounce that Judge Jno W Hughes of Harrodsburg will address the farmers of Garrard county at the court house at one oclock next Monday county court day in the interest of the To bacco Growers This is a very matter with Garrard county far mers and all should hear Judge Hughes A Big Sale We call especial attention to the of sale of the large Jno D Harris farms and other property in this issue Here is some of the best lands in Kentucky and the most de sirable property The household furni ture consists of many valuable and de sirable pieces Lunch will be served on grounds and the sale will draw an immense crowd Consolidated A dispatch from St Louis states that Th e North American Co The Colonial Security Co andThe Southern Mutual Investment Co have consolidated The first two are St Louis firms and the last is a Lexington company in which many local investors are interested Mr A Smith Bowman will be the general manager of the new concern The Nicholasville Fair The Nicholasville Fair will be held Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of next week and will be bigger and better than ever before Nicholas vile people who are the most in the world know how to give fist class fairs and will make It en joyable for all who attend The pre mium lists are liberal and will draw the best of stock You must not miss this fair The Colored Fair The colored fair is drawing a large crowd each day and the stockholders- are satisfied they will come out to the good on the enterprise The Reen town band is making good music and the colored folks are having the time of their life The show of stock is splendid and a great many white pea pIe are witnessing the displays As stated in last issue the fair is given by the colored people of both Garrard and Lincoln counties District Teachers Meetings The Garrard County Magisterial Teachers Meetings will be held as Cartersville with Miss Lucy Bruer Mjss Tom Francis Vice Presl dent 3rd Saturday In October Bry Miss May Scott Vice Presl gie Gulley Vice President 1st Satur day in October Lancaster Miss Eliza Smith Vice President 3rd Saturday in September The church that starts to eat itself out of debt usually winds up with a bad case of moral dyspepsia Mr Jas friendsand depot everyman Wale important advertisements antsvllle Septembers subscription Investment hospitable follows The Lancaster Graded School will open on the 4tn of September All children of the school age are urged to attend Tuition for pupils out of dis trict are as follows 1st 2nd and 3rd grades 9 00 4th 5th and 6th 1200 7th to 12th grades 1500 It J B Kinnaird Secty Kindness Appreciated We ask this method of saying to the friends who have been so kind and sympathetic during our great that we certainly appreciate their kind acts and words of comfort It is truly gratifying and comforting to have friends who hasten to ones relief in dark hours of trouble Our prayer is that God will bless you one and all Franklin J White and Wife Corn is King in Kentucky Corn is King in Kentucky this year and the harvestof this important crop promises to exceed by hundreds of thousands of bushels the yield of any other year says the Ehzabethtown News The crop is now practically safe with the exception of some very late planting One of the most beneficent things in connection with the crop is that the farmer on poor who us ually has a scanty crop and sometimes nothing at all will share this season with the rich farmer Thousands of farmers who are usually fortunate In raising ten bushels of corn to the acre will hue thirty and forty and more corn in many cases than there is place to store Good Un On Bastin When Mr Henley Bastin and bride came home from their trip some of their young friends went to pay their respects by way of a chivaree They let loose with tin horns cans etc and were making a terrible racket when Mr Bastin Sr father of the bride groom and president of the tele phone company being about half awake yelled at the top of his voice Number The boys had a good laugh at the dream of the old and again resumed the racket In a minute or so Mr B raised his voice to its highest pitch and yelled Didnt they answer Not wishing to keep the clever telephone man dreaming the boys ceased their racket and left Mr B says its a lie but the boys persist in the truthfulness of the story Enjoyable Evening One of the most enjoyable events of the summer was the musical given under the auspices of the Ladies of the Christian church at court house Friday evening The house was well tilled and the program was carried out without the slightest delay Those participating in the musical were Misses Bessie Elkin of Lucy Spoonamore of Hub ble Berta Gene Penny and Allie Huff man of Stanford Margaret Hiatt of Lexington Katie Conn and Bessie Mae Lear of Lancaster and Mr Eads or Hubble and the splendid manner in which each number was produced called forth prolonged and hearty ap plause The quartette by Misses Fan Die Tinder Katharine Walters Nancy Walker and Katharine Conn was fine as was also the drill given by sixteen sweet young girls A neat sum was realized A Great Idea Knowing that the automobile as usually run in this neck o the woods is an unmitigated nuisance and is a constant menace to life limb and prop erty Mr Joseph Ellis of this city says that he has studied out an invention that will make the public highway safe to traveling people He says that 09 horses out of every 100 will scare at a horseless moving object like an auto So he has figured it out that if an iron bar was run out in front of automobiles and a life sized tin horse painted a dark bay was attached to it any horse thinking it one of his own kind would never become frightened at it He says that It could be so arranged that the legs of the counterfeit horse could hang down but could be so arranged that when the machine approached a horse a button could be touched the tin legs could be nade to work as if the beast was trotting Theres millions in it if some one will patent this apparatus for the next legislature might force every cheffeur to use one of them Harrodsburg Herald W C T U Moves The W C T U has decided to move their rooms and library from the Stormes flats and will occupy the store room on Danville street imme diately below The Record office This will be partitioned off to suit the need of the Union and will be very conve nient especially for the older mem bers who dislike to climb steps The ladies will also be better prepared to furnish suppers for lodges etc and for giving entertainments The libra ry has become very popular and the membership is very large If you are not a member you should subscribe as it only costs one dollar a year and have access to the best books publish ed The W world of good for Lancaster in fact it is the only organization to come out and fight for what its members believe to be right The Union should have the untiring support of every lawloving citizen Lost Red steer weighing about 900 lbs Liberal reward for any information 4t T C Rankin Lancaster bereavements land gentleman entertainment Louisville exceptionally and C T U has done a NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS State and county taxes are due You will save expense by settling NOW W Lawson S G C Loss By Fire Danville Advocate The friends here or Mrs Sarah McKee who moved to Kansas City will be sorry to learn that the warehouse in which her furniture was stored has recently been destroyed by lire Hei daughter Mrs Jas B Welsh at the same time lost most of her oeautiful bridal presents FUEAOJ1ER8V1LLE Phil Thompson sold a mare to T F Grose for 105 Miss Beulah Jordan was visiting Mrs Philips Sunday Mr Henry Miller sold a nice 2year old horse to Arch Dyehouse for 110 Ballard Thompson bought some ewes from Walter Hiatt for 4 per hundred Ibs Miss Lillie Garner of Cedar Creek was here with her sister Mrs D F Thompson Saturday Rev Win preached a ve ry interesting discourse at the Baptist church here last Sunday Rev R F Jordan was at Cartersville first of the week finishing up his work for this Conference year Mrs Mary Elmore and family of Jelllco is with her mother Mrs Har riett Foley for a few days Mrs Victoria Anderson and Mrs Smi ley Walker and children were visit ing Mrs G A Brown Monday Mr and Mrs H C Miller and Mr J M Creese and family spent Sunday with Mr Henry Cummins and family Mr Hayden Leavell of Lancaster who has the appearance of being a tine young man is a reguar visitor hereWalter Pettus bought from R D Pettus 4 nice mules for also one from J Rogers and J B Hutchins for A Brown sold 30 ewes to L K Per kins for 450 per head and bought thejambs for next year at G cents per poundMisses Anulia Coulter and Ella B Gray most handsome young ladles are visiting Mrs John BingamanMr of Bryantsville was heae last week looking for sheep and mules we are always glad to see Mr Patton come The box supper at the Masonic Hall Saturday night well attended and about 8J5 realized The tame will be used in painting the building Mr James Hays of Crab Orchard while loading hay at A J Thompsons barn fell and bruised himself though we hope not serious- J L Hutchins has returned home after a pleasant stay at the camp meeting at Boreing and one night with his father and mother at Bailey SwitchMr Kennedy who married Mrs Annie Austin of Mobile Ala has captured for a help meet a intellectual and Christian lady We extend hearty congratulations MAKKSBUllY Mr and Mrs T I Herring visited Mr and Mrs John Boner of Boyle coun tyMiss Margaret Nelsen of Hedgc ville is with Miss Mary Chesnut this weekMiss Margaret Naylor of Lancaster is spending several days with her friends here Mr Jesse D Wearenof here last week representing the Home Insurance Co of New York Miss Ruby Scott of Bryantsville has resumed her school duties at Tea tersville after several days illness Mr John Spoonamore one of the best horse doctors in the State was here last week toning up some sick horsesMrs Nany Marsee and sons Messrs Joel and Job of Mt Heborn and Mrs Sarah Marsee of Middlesboro are guests of Mr Jonah Marsee Miss Lula Simpson has returned a pleasant visit to Lexington She was accompanied home by Misses Al ice Lewellyn Helen Van Horn and Annie Steele Cook The regular business meeting of the church was held last Saturday and the following delegates were appointed to represent the Fork at the bouth District which con vened at Burgin Aug 22 23 Rev Brisco Messrs G D Chesnut C M Jen kins W D Marksbury Edmond and D S Swope Mrs Wm Anderson of St Joseph Mo after a two mouths visit to her parents Mrs J B Kemper hav big been joined by her husband here returned home Tuesday Mr has just returned from London England where he attended The Baptist Worlds Alliance He visited ParIs Edinburg and othe jUaces of here he delivered two good discoTrses at the church Sunday morn ing and evening Lost Long log chain in Lancaster 23 between Banks Hudson and railroad crossing on Richmond and Lancaster pike return to John Henry Point Leavell Ky 3t L C 500 1 105W two ofDauvllles waS polished Stanford was Mrand note while greward I i recently considerably after Association Sutton Anderson Wednesday Circut Court Judge W C Bell and Commonwealth Attorney Chas Hardin were on hand promptly at nine oclock Monday and soon had the August term of the Garrard Circuit Court opened and ready for business In his charge to the grand jury called atten lion to the many laws which are viola ted and urged the jury to put forth every effort to bring about more res pect for the law and let the evil doer know that punishment would be met ed out no matter what his standing or how strong a pull he may have The dockets are about as usual in size there being some important suits and a bushel basketful of small ones which really shonld he tried be turn the County Judge but some litl gants prefer to get into big court as they can make a bigger show The term is three weeks and it is quite likely that the entire time will be util ized for while Judge Hell allows no dillydalying yet he gives those con cerned airple time to try all questions and does not crowd them Following is list of the grand jury GUAXD JUUY Joseph Falconer Fayettc Brooks Taylor House J C Robinson 11 A Mc Grath Jr E Dunn Jas A Beazley Victor A Lear Ed Perkins W S Em bry John G Doty L F Brown TUUY Denton W N Grow Givens Terrill Horace I erndon W M Clark John Clark C C Becker Ilollie Easley Lucien K Perkins Bright Herring T C Rankin R D McMurtry C A Rob iuson Alex West W M Mahan C M Scott Jas Christopher W A Fain W T Noel W M Sutton II C Ballard J W A Beazley Commonwealth cases disposed of up to press hour were as follows Crit Evans colored was tined 577 and 120 days in jail for selling whis ky unlawfully Humphrey was fined 250 for permitting gambling on his premises Ike Holland was tined 75 for pointing a gun at another Frank Lackey colored was fined SSOO and given days in jail on S indict ments for selling liquor unlawfully j It is thought that these cases and others to be heard will break the back bone of the blind tigers Two of the leaders have already gone to Indiana but no attempt will be made to bring them back Important civil cases are set for the second and third weeks The Standard oil company was lined in each of two cases for without license j Some give a collar button to a poor neighbor and expect crenit for giving a whole suit of clothes T I S i i may be I 1 I I I t IJo TIT R R ArnoldJno- E B Guynn J J FIg I II I 3 I 250 peddling- oil nien I morning Judge 3ell r0 fi Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co IB COME OUR NEW Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and we now have some of the prettiest and best goods to be on the mar ket this fall You know what we dohave the very best of everything at the very lowest prices SBSte Dont select your fall DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS ETC until you see our stock THE v I OOOOOOOOO OOOHOOOOOOOHOOOOOOO Hf f It t I CO i Joseph Mercantile Cn TJL 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 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 Call and see us i II AT I Vj II I l- I III II I I III I I Neckwear II I aT LOGA d1 i Woft o utr 1 Facuty G P SIMMONSHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud McBurney University of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Breuau College English Language ana Literature Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth College and Gerard Conservatory Music Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson American Institute and Applied Music New 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 Stenography and Typewriting Elocution ruJi0IflfTfJ J r ID President- S I I I 1 ffjJ w Piano o Q r Departments Cooooooooo oo ooooo0 E L Woods C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED II W II rest Statmt condition June CO 190o RESOURCES Loans and Dlscounts 73489 10 Overdrafts 351 90 Due from banks 12213 IT Banking House and Lot 00 Mortgages lOttt 00 Cash 4192 13 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 LIAUILITES Stock Surplus Fund s irooo 00 S333 3- 4sy oo 20 l iUO Ind IO cu 1003i co Deposlts s 16tooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN JS BURROWS WOODS WOODS W C FISH I DTRSCrOH9 J B N L CAPITAL Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bras nrmmmmnmrmmmmmmnrmmnnvmmnrnrnrnrnr go to a BAKER for BREAD for mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmm You uia MADSON INSTIITUTE 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 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 lffffjJl rgjJJIJJlf1lIli Jlrg1f JfllrJ x b r 1 specialists ooh o o o ooooo o ooooooooooooCoooo oo000001000oooao CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kycs SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 25 iqo5 Commenting on the recent annual meeting of the Kenancky Press Asso ciation the Elizabethtown News says The sixty or seventy editors who the meeting at Crab Orchard represent as no other body of like number in Kentucky clean politics commercial progress home develop ment the advancement of education and the inculcation of good morals The State is recognizing this fact in calling to positions of honor and trust men who make the papers InKentucky Dick Miller of Madison and Henry Lawrence of Trigg are both candi dates for the Speaker of the House and one of them will certainly be elected Jim Richardson of Times has been elected to Congress Urey Woodson is Kentuckys the National Committee Bob Brown could have had the nomination for Mayor of Louisville if he would have accepted it Clarence Woods has been nominated Mayor of Richmond and will by elected without opposition Menefee of the Advocate has been nominated for Mayor of Danville and will be elected Harry McCarty of Jessamine has been re nominated for the Legislature in recognition of his able services and we could go on with a long list of newspaper men who are also bringing distinction to the State and who are serving in various posi dons with ability and industry Peculiar Disappearance J D Runyan of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his pair ful symptoms of indigestion and to Dr Kings New Life Pills He says They are a perfect remeny for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store price 25c lin LANDRAM the Glasgow memberot biliousness IRE attended for VEHICLESBuggies 8urries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore I OFFICIAL CONVENTION CALL Pursuant to a resolution of the Re publican Executive Committee of Gar rard county Kentucky a convention of the voters of each precinct of said county is hereby called to be held at the respective precinct voting places on Saturday Sept 1C 1905 at 200 oclock p m standard timeat which precinct convention delegates shall be selected by the viva voce methods of voting to attend a county delegate convention to be at Lancaster Ky in the county court room Sept 20th 1905 at 130 oclock p m standard time for the purpose of nominating candidates of the republican party to be voted for at the November election 1905 both for legislature and county offices Such persons as are known to be republicans or who in good faith intend to support the candidates for the November election 1905 shall be entitled to vote at the pre cinct mass convention The basis of delegate represantation by the precincts in the convention to be held Sept 20th 1905 as herein and the persons who shall call the said precinct conventions to order and preside until a permanent is elected and the places where they shall be held are as follows All of said precinct conventions will be held at or near the voting places of the various precincts Court House No 1 called to order by J D Gulley chairman 1 delegate East Park No 2 called to order by L Walker chairman ldelegate West Park No 3 called to order by J T Raney chairman 1 delegate West Bryaulsville No 4 Holley Easley chairman 2 delegates East vine No 5 John Hamm chairman delegate Buckeye No 6 called to by W H Fain chairman 2 Walkers Schoolhouse No 7 Reuben Prather chairman 1 delegate Union precinct John McQuerry chair 2 delegates Paint Lick A B Estridge chairman 2 delegates The basis of representation is one delegate for each onp hundred votes or over fifty votes cast for preside tial electors at the general election of 1904 and each precinct is entitled to the number of delegates above outShould any person named herein as chairman of the precinct fail to at the place fixed for the holding the precinct convention for ten min utes after two oclock the voters there assembled shall elect one of their to call the covention to order Delegates selected from the various precincts shall have their credentials in writing certified by the permanent Chairman of the precinct from which elected and also by the Chairman who calls the convention to order Said County Convention will be to order by the Chairman of the Re publican Committee of Garrard at the time about stated to whom the various credentials of delegates shall be submitted for inspectio- nIt is further ordered by Committee that all candidates for office to be ed for at the November election 1905 coming under this call shall register and comply strictly with Rule No 42 as set out in the new rulesgoverning the Republican party of Kentucky and now in effect as follows The Committee having shall pay all expenses of making nominations which money shall be raised by the of candidates for the various offices to be filled which assessment shall be to the Treasurer of the by each candidate for office within ten days after the publication in some newspaper if there be one in the County and if not by posting in two or more places in each at least ten days before closing the entries of the notice of holding a convention or a primary election for the election of delegates to the nomi nating convention or of an election to nominate candidates for the offices to be at elections by the people Said notice of holding primary else tion or delegate convention shall the time and place at which the presence of the Secretary and Treasurer of such committee shall be required on each of ten days sue ceedlng the publication of notice nominated provided order delegates man fraction attend number called County vo RULE 42 jurisdiction assessment ld notices des- Ignate chairman o se Committee pr tint filed the said 1 1 for the purpose of receiving the of such assessment from the to be voted for The assessment made under this call is 10 to each candidate to defray the expenses of tbe two said conven tions Such money as is not used for expenses will be refunded to the can cidates L L Walker Secretary and Treasurer of the County Committee of Garrard County Kentucky will be found at his office in Lancaster each day at 12 M the ten sue ceeding days after the publishing of this call in the Central Record of Lancaster Ky Done by order of the Committee this day August 21 1905 R H Batson Chairman- L L Walker Mr Fred Creech of Clay county is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs S W Creech Rev A J Pike passed through our town last Saturday on his way to Gil ead church to fill his appointment Mrs Emma Poseywho has been sick for some time dont seem to improve much It is hoped however by her many friends that she will be restored to perfect health Mr Joe A Ross weighed last week to Ernest Woods nine head of steers that averaged 920 lbs at 3 and 3 heif ers averaged 925 at 3 87i per hundred cow and calf at Your correspondent sympathizes with Capt and Mrs White in their sad the hand of God in mercy rest upon them in their old age and comfort them is the prayer of their friend T E Wheeler Mr Joe Simpson of the firm of Simp son Jackson sold last week to John Hill and son ills house and lot and store house and goods at cost with 10 per cent off Possession of the store to be given first of Sep tember BIIYANTSVILLE Mr John Dunn continues in a very critical condition- t Miss Fannie Winging of Richmond is with Miss Virginia King Mrs Will Dickerson will go to Crab Orchard Springs next week Miss Effle Kin of Lexington is spending a few days with friends Mrs W A Pettus is spending several days with her mother iu Somerset Master Bryan Ballard who has been sick for several weeks is improving Mr and Mrs Jannie Colton of Ford wick Va are visiting Mrs W T King Miss Daisy Collier of Boyle has been visiting her sister Mrs Taylor Burdett Mr and Mrs Green Ruse are in Booneville where their son Dr Rose is very low with typhoid fever Master Harvey has return ed to his home at Versailles after a visit to his cousin Master Jacob Sted man Misses Mattie Mae and Lilian Leav el who have been visiting in Knox ville Tenn are expected home in a few days The Teachers Association of this District will be held Saturday at the Bryantsville school house invited to come Pettus Bros have sold their stock of goods to A T Scott of Beuna Vista They will invoice the first of October We regret very much to give up Mr Pettus as he has been a most excel lent citizen Mr Scott will have an up to date line Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Wltersof 546St Glair Colum bus 0 writes For several months 1 was given up to die I had fever and ague ray nerves were wrecked I could sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat beginning to take Electric Bitters Iobtained relief and in a short time I entirely at McRoberts price 50c 1m Kentucky SecretaryNINA lone 30 bereavementmay for 800 I edman Everyone Ave Soonafter cured Guaranteed payment candidates f St nit was drugstore t t Expenses The school year is divided into terms of nine teen weeks each The expenses per ter mart as follows Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week 57 00 S Tuition in College Department Tuition in Academic Department 4 Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 Tuition in Primary Department i Piano with use of instruments for practice 30 00 5 Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week 25 00 Vocal Music two lessons per week Drawing pencil or crayon fe Oil Painting 20 00 Bookkeeping 15 00 S Elocution private lessons 25 00 e Delsarte Diploma fc Certificate of garduation in any department 3 00 Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils in all s departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their I regular school work A reduction will also be made for the fc benefit boarding pupils who are absent from Friday to Monday I 0XW fbX X0lfiffY ffjfiJZ x x XfilrfliffiiJJffilffilffflfffffj1fllJJj1LCiJ 30 ro 2 00 0 15 00 30 00 l 20 00 f0 k 10 00 10 00 of S l ll j1fJJfJj to two 8 I 1 oooo o ooooooooo a Field Seedfurnish strictly nice Seed Rye Timothy Etc Will buy or sell Hay Straw Oats and Corn Also can furnish Bran Chicken Feed Chop Etc 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 Old Books Taken In Exchange SCHOOL SUPPLIES One Million Tablets of Every Kind Big supply of every thing for use in Schools N tIIfr At n N UMolif I I Whet I F D I A ltAJf3fiJ1L 1 lm I 01 o oF o o o Io o STORMES DRUG j Tie Kentucky State Journal iv P r 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 b greatly improved It makes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of The Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 C Send remittance to W P WALTON Mgr a i e t I I I i I I I I J I j i Published p 1 t s C KY PAINT STORE Smtliri Normal School Bowling Gnu lisiuss Cilligi aid Nitiiial Sclml if Till L a Teacher Scientific Classic Law CoBaercta sad Special Courses of IIIM Journals Froo POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Adtoas H H CHERRY PratHant Green Ky I CtaI t S 1 Bowling 1 Headquarters OLIVER and VULCAN PloWS I For I I II II I- illk tooooo4ooooc IrGossip Abut1 People A Brief Mention of the Comings Mr Jack Menefee of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday Mr J U Robinson has returned from Crab Orchard Springs lira U D Simpson who has been sick is very much improved Mrs Lee Stone of Stanford was a visitor here last Friday Miss Tine Johnson is visiting friends and relatives at Burgin R E Hughes of Louisville has n spending a few days here Miss Amanda Anderson visited friends in Falmouth Ky Miss Carrie Currey has returned from visit to Atlantic City Miss Pearl Bettis has returned from a visit to relatives in Bardstown Miss Venice Walker of Atlanta is the guest of Mrs Dorcas Walker Mr John Ball who has been very sick of fever is very much better Mr and Mrs Randolph Rice of Louis ville were visitors here the past week Mr and Mrs W U Kemper of Paint Lick were visitors in Lancaster Misses Eliza Anderson and Tallie Orand have gone to Niagra Falls for a visit Mrs Ophelia Dunn has returned from a visit to relatives in Bryants yule Miss Lizzie Brown is spending two weeks in Indianapolis Ind with rela lives Miss Phyllis Johnston of Falmouth is visiting her schoolmate Miss Ethel Dunn T A Royce leaves this week to visit relatives at Columbia and also attend the fair Miss Allie Arnold is in Eminence the guest of Misses Flora and Alice Maddox Dr W S Elkin of Atlanta is this week for a visit to Lancaster relatives Misses Allie Huffman and BertaGene Penny of Stanford were guests of friends here Mr and Mrs R H Batson leave this week for Chicago to purchase fall and winter goods Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville has been visiting Mrs Sam Johnston avenue Miss Noreen Henry has returnee from a months visit to relatives in ChattanoogaMr William Monks of Crab Orchard were visitors of Miss Arnold Monday Miss Theo ITemphill has returned Goings Are bee a Tuesday expected Richmond Beth and- S by Those Wa In- I i i i I i l f 4 I 1c I jI t i a v of j from a very pleasant visit to friends in Jackson Miss Rev II N Falconer and family of Philadelphia are guests of the family of Mr W B Mason Miss Nelma and G T Ballew of Rich mund are guests of their Mrs Edna Francis T D Arnold of the South who has been visiting Mrs Sam Johnson has returned to Richmond D M Lacky Misses Jennie and Lackey have returned from a visit to relatives in Madison The moonlight picnic given Friday evening was very much enjoyed by the young girls and boys Miss Mary Forman of Alabama is expected this week for a visit to wr arid Mrs Joe Falconer Mr Roy T Yager of LaGrange has been the guest of Jno M Mount and sisters for several days Misses Minnie and Sue Bourne Somerset visiting Mrs R L Bettis and attending the fair has returned from a three months visit to her only son who resides in Indianapolis Mrs Oliver Jackson and daughter Miss Anna of Lexington are guests Mrs Alex West this week Mrs William Jones and children of Winchester are visiting Mesdames B Collier and J S Robinson Mrs Wood Oglivie and little ter and Miss Lester of Princeton are guests of Mrs Horace Herndon Mr William Walker of Mississippi is expected this week for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Joel Walker Misses Jennie and Pearl Harden of Illinois are visiting their sister Mrs Alex Walker at Mrs U D Simpsons Miss Bruce Pumphrey left this week for Somerset to visit Mr and Mrs Prank Pumphrey and attend the fair Miss Ellen Ball accompanied by her aunt Mrs Dudderar of Stanford are visiting relatives in Lexington and Louisville Mr Ike Myers and sister Mrs Mollie Livingston of Galveston Texasspent list Thursday with Mr and Mrs Joe Falconer Courier Violet after a most delightful visit to Mrs Chas H Keeton of Williamburg has returned home Mrs R M Moss and daughter Miss Bertha Simpson are expected home this week after a months stay at Mid dlesboro and Pineville Miss Estill Walker is spending the week at Dripping Springs with Mr aid Mrs J H Beauchamp and Miss Nellie Peyton of Lexington Danville Advocate MissesMary and Jane Doty of Lancaster and Miss Anne Doty of Winnsboro South Carolina are guests of Miss Eliza Jones Mr Thomas Anderson who has been quite ill of rheumatism is reported some better lIe has been moved to grandmother G Todd dau Ii JournalMiss Preston Veto a- In Mrs C g s e 1 RUBEROID HOOFING l BIG I Barn Door Hangars I1 II I Hinges and Nails I Get Our Prices 1Hasedlen Robinson iH r- I FOUR f take Mrs and con is a at on ey in of his Mr Sim Anderson in the conutry Burgin cor Harrodsburg Herald Mr John May and Miss Mattie John son of Garrard county were quietly married at the residence of Rev W D Welburns Tuesday Their many friends extend best wishes Misses Janie and Mary Doty enter tained very delightfully ning in honor of their visitor Miss Annie Dotv of North Carolina Quite a number of guests were present and the Misses Doty proved very charming hostesses Mrs Sam Johnson entertained a few friends last week at an elegant dining in honor of Mrs Dawes of Louisville and Mrs Anderson of St Joe Mo whose husbands are attend ing the BaptistConventlon in London England The many friends of tbe bride will be interested in tne announcement of the marriage of Mrs J M Bloodworth of WalnutGrove to Mr Jas McKeough The bride has been a frequent visitor in Lancaster only a few weeks ago as the guest of Miss Katie Simpson She is a lovely woman and made a legion of friends here who extend best wish es Harrodsbnrg Herald An of much interest to the people Llllard VanArsdall and Mr James Burnside Anderson the wedding to place in the curly fall Miss Van Arsdall is the youngest daughter of Helen VanArsdall and is a bright popular young lady and very ac She is especially well known in education circles as she is among the most prominent of the youngest teachers in the county Mr Anderson is a native of Lancaster He civil engineer by profession being chief of the French Lick railroad and present is one of the civil engineers the Danville extension Besides being a most successful businessman he is a most excellent gentleman who estimation or all who know him Mrs PAULINA RIGNEY Mrs Paulina Rigney was born in Gas county March 4 1826 and Lancaster Aug 8 1905 For a of years she was not strong oft times suffered keenly yet she cheerful and submissive Her last illness was of short duration she was conscious that the eud was near and gently but firmly stepped down into the River of Death Possessed of the old time idea of Piety and duty faithful and loyal to her church and Christlike in her this noble woman left her on all with whom she came in contact She was indeed a mother Israel whose religion was a positive fact and rooted and grounded In the truth and the standard of her beloved Church she manifested always a keen interest m everything pertaining to the welfare of Zion The life of such a woman is a rich legacy to her decendants Those who a large circle of friends they have also the that the Loved one is at rest where there is no more pain no more tears Her Was laid to rest by the side of her band where both await the glories of the resurrection At Heavens gate may she in due time greet the entire family as an unbroken band is the wish of a dear friend God knew best and so he took her From this world of pain and care From this world so full of sorrow To that land so bright and fair Though for us so sad the parting Think of her eternal gain No more sorrow no more suffering forever from all pain And to those she left behind her Grant Thy comfort and Thy Grace That we all mav meet in Heaven And behold her face to face E W T We take this means of expressing our deepest gratitude to those friends who were so kind to Mrs Paulina Rig during her illness and who were so attenttive after her death Such thoughtfulness and kindness will ever be remembered Mr and Mrs W 0 Rigney MT HEBRON Mr Coleman Hicksjs erecting a barn Clyde Grow the little son of Mrs Herbert Roberts is ill Mr Jean Vanderpool who has been quite ill is improving slowly Mr Armster Brunner bought of Mr Joe Duncan a nice gilt for 750 Miss Flossie Bruce of Lexington is the guest of relatives in this locality Miss Alice Vanderpool is visiting her aunt Mrs Frank Gammon at FaulknerMr Scott delivered a bunch of cattle to C M Jenkins Saturday at Mr Robert Montgomery of Louis ville is visiting his daughter Mrs McMillan Miss Ruby Scott who has been quite sick was able to resume her school work at Teatersville Monday Mr Erastus Brumer of Lock No 8 returned from the mountains Satur day with 80 mules and 200 sheep The trustees of Sunnyslde district are having the house repaired and painted adds much to the ap pearance Mr G W Sherrow sold his farm near here to Mr MeWilliams for 81000 and also bought farm Mr Strawder Graham for 750 S I in Jody I rand I suns Tuesdayeve announcement here is the of Miss Flora stands high In the number was impress mourn her have the genuine sympathy comforting assurance Free ney tobacco 3lc per lb Phil- Ip f4 t engagement died always character which from t h W H w G work Joe James Aug parents Miss home tlves is months health and were solved for The ing now in in In 1905 al 12th or as that that sons time Oil Joe Archer sold a heifer to Joe Pope at 2ic a pound Furr bought of Mrs M F Corm ney 4 hogs for 21 Gooch bought of W H Furr a mule for 8150 Archer and Bub Spainbower have gone to Indiana Coldiron sold his farm to Mr Weatherford for 1250 Miss Jamima Clouse died Monday 14th of consumption Wm Lawson and family visited his in Lincoln last week Myrtle Cormney has returned from an extended visit to rela and friends at Stanford A Touching Story the saving from death of the our little girl was in declining with serious Throat Trouble two physicians gave her up We almost in despair when to try Dr Kings Consumption Coughs and Colds first bottle gave relief tak four bottles she was cured and is perfect health Never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At McRoberts drug store 50c and guaranteed Trail bottle free 1m Every man owes it to himself and the six Morse schools of Telegraphy this issue and learn how easy a young man or lady may learn and be assured a position tf In the district court of the ruptcy the matter William P Ruble a Bankrupt this 15th of August A D on considering petition of the for discharge fin 15th rlnu it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the of September A D 1905 be fore said court at 1n said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon thereto as practicable and notice thereof be published 1 time in The Central a printed in said district and all known creditors and other per in interest may appear at said and place cause if any they why the prayer of said pe titioner should nut be granted 1905 JOS C FINNELL Clerk W C BENNTTE DC Business and Bargains Boarders wanted at Mr U D lMlt Get one ofour oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 714 Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain Morrow McRoberts Refrigerators at bottom prices Haselden Robinson New line of elegant watches style cases 77 Morrow McRoberts Please return our wire fence and get reward 714 Haselden Robinson Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma Warranted not to gum tt Thompson New stock of machine needles at 69tf Thompsons See the latest novelties for Mens wear at my place 2 th and 28th It costs you nothing to look Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds Birds are young and In song tf Property For Rent Sixroom two building on Water street Possession at once J A stone tf For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tt The leading florist is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers ed for any occasion Telephone 100 Price Cut Profit Profit is wounded by our prices on Joseph Hughes Lost short blue etamine jacket Dripping to Haselden Robin store 2t For Sale One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Coal Coal Coal r the best grade of while it is cheap Phone 1 fi Do not fail to see the line of for Mens Suits Aug 26 acd 28tb j c Hempblll Lost a silk umbrella at church about two months ago wardFor Sale Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Xanawa Salt H B Northctt 414 New stock of watches and clocks at Thompsons I will give my entire time to the Merchant business this Fall and will please you in every way all the Q stock shortest notice I Thompson the jeweler tf J 1 1 tf Bu line on 11 Cumberland New Dlcovery after R E I professIon telegraphy district the of A D newspaper JCochran district sons 8 4 tf W J Romans See our handsome line of cut glass 77 new stretchers I P A J C ordersbe- tween Lancaster co John Magee Woolens Christian Leave at Record office and get re 2t I have In r j ILAT WOOD were 9 tiled near S C furnl 718 sons now Lime C latest music and can order this e b r hs y guarantee to than any body in FRISBIES DRUG STORE We give you a better I EAr J EO less 1vdO E I r Lancaster Farm fenced See See store For colts forget be A land good mums your In Of we for 2t old 6 11 l I s For Rent for 1906 of 241 acres well watered and Situated on Buckeye pike H miles from Lancaster For further apply to H C Jennings 718tf us before your Iron fence we can interest 7 14 Haselden Robinson Mrs Dollte Brown at and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf sale a nice residence and a good business Those meaning business can apply to Swinebroad Mules Wanted B G Fox Co will be In Lancaster Monday court day to buy 100 mule 50 See them before selling It Coal you want and salt you must have so when In need of either do not that I have the best that can had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf For splendid residence and 3 acres of In Lowell Ky Price low A Investment Apply to Hughes Lancaster Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly of hardy roses gera chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing orders Low Price and Qood Quality a few days we will have a display Fall and Winter samples for mens clothing at bottom prices Joseph Hughes Lost short blue etamine jacket Dripping Springs and to Haselden Robin sons store 2t i want your Paint and business we you value less money than anybody n 4t school tax book for tbe year 1905 is now ready Please call at once and settle I have a little unpaid tax for the 1904 that must be e at once Those in arrears please cald Coal salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the stand of J T Williams for any thing in my line which I to at all times at wholesale retail all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf We guarantee our paint not to peel It free of For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Try our Black Clock and Jewelry Repairing Ike P Thompson Strayed Hornless red cow dry Strayed June J M Gay McCreary 4t Clothing cleaned and at Hamilton Dunlaps Furniture Store Louis Faulkner For rent at once tenroom two story house on Danville street one half block from Public Square Suit able for boarding house Orand Public Sale If not sold privately before that time will on the premises on Saturday o bidder all the household and kitchen furniture pm OnAug 26th and 28th Hawkins will be with me with a full line of Fall and Winter Woolens from the Tailoring bouse of L E Hays Co of Cincinnati and I earnestly ask see this as none For Sal or Rent I will rent or sell the dwelling on Mrs Paulina and give posses perfect with all necessary out buildings and plenty of room to tams 3t acres For further apply to WOBigney tf I have now In my possession on y farm near Paint Garrard ooun in my corn autn day of July 1905 The of same can call for keeping and I will tnrn them over pro vided sufficient that Is owner of said property It B Paint Lick buYing I I yearling mules and some horse Sale between Lancaster anlsh gl ve belt f Lancaster Notice sett 1 at once and settle and save cost E W HarrIs Treas or Guarantee satisfaction both In quan tityand quality FaIr honest with chalk blister or come years If it dues we will give paint to re paint 4t Frisble Drug Store Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B Northwtt I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry ot In the best man ner Charges reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed Store stand street last seen in Lancaster June 33 Liberal reward for return or Information Orders 4 I will be glad to have you call Aug 26th or 28th and have your measure taken by an experienced Cutter from L E Hays fi J C Hemphill Ii cistern and stable Apply to J M sell to the belonging to the late Mrs II at two oclock W O Rigney 2t G Merchant you to and be shown this season J C Hemphill fi U Water street formerly occupied by U Thee house Is In fI cow horse calf etc The place con Information fI ty Kentucky two hogs which were aoo Ibehas 4 Information do Icy The offforfive you charge atThompson said Coat garden Paulina- Rigney begins E do call better wlll slur Immediately Notice owner same re r of all kinds for all PURPOSES Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD P General insurance I V V IT FR By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any onecan call me Office Phone No 31 Residence No a 7 I6ho l Books I We now have a cornY New Adoptions plete stock or all the OF ISchool Books sell them only for CASHat state con tract prices Old R E exchanged Lancaster KY aooooooooooc 00000000000x We books I1cROBIRTS 00000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOd LKWIS Y LKAVELL President J J WALKER Vice Prest IORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ls M SURPLUS fiom B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leave J S JOHNSON J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A B DIllY Pr Mat B STORMES Vice P rt S C DillY Cashier J F Boblnson Aast Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex B Denny A CL Boblnson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnalrd J B F Hudson tQ z493 i 8 ffiMirnMg i I Os10 010 00 000000000000011Q itd a a JOB 0000000000000O O CJ i Merchandise Advanced Our FINAL CLOSING OUT line of 11 is still Ii going on We have quite a good I SALE Falli Winter Merchandise we carried over front last Winter bought at1 low prices which we will sell Very Cheap L1 many WOOLEN and COTTON GOODS have advanced quite a good deal this season and are still advancing in price every day It will be to your interest to call early and lay in your fall and winter goods before the good things are all gone We must wind up our business here this fall and we will make very interesting prices for you THE Logan Dry Goods and in instances less than Cost I j for All CON PANYS- 4 to Shake 011 The gnp of a stubborn cough It hangs on with bulldog tenacity and ferocious effort to kill if it can If every man and woman realized that a cough is a direct attack on the life there would be less delay in promptly using the treatment which will loosen the grip of the most stubborn cough The cure for and other diseases of the organs of 1 sHard best 0000000000 I For Late Planting Ifce fees varietIes ef second crop and Northern sorts Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY leek respiration is Dr Pierces Medical It cures obsti nate deepseated coughs bronchitis weak and bleeding lungs emaciation weakness and other diseases which if neglected or unskilfully treated so often end fatally in consumption I bad a terrible cough something over or evento do me a particle of M Farr Screven Co I chanced to see an advertisement of invaluable Golden Medical Discovery Before I had taken half a bottle I was entirely well before oldest who is now nearly five years old had a terrible cough he had it the whole winter and all summer Physicians did him no good aud I could him your Discovery had cured me so quickly I wrote my to him the country she hav ing carried him there to see the change living in n a year ago no i stop it goOd J Ga n urs and forthwith a bottle of your n nothingmy We were andc uld find Savannah Ga at the time She brought him and after your great Golden Medical Discovery a time he entirely recovered Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood and lungs Dr Pleroos Pim9nt Pellets ofemnso the doggo system from impurities tack giving him UIfIlat Land Stock and Crop Rye Is not poison to hogs or to any thing else Spurred rye that is rye which has ripened and the grains have become ergotized is a dangerous feed for hogs or any thing else It contains an alkaloid which contracts the arteries thus decreasing the cir culation and leads to of the feet and causes to shed their hair Rye however does not ergotize until it heads out Therefore there is no danger whatever in using rye for for hogs Rye is the very best nurse crop that can be grown on the farm Therefore we have not hesita ted to sow it for hog pasture prefera bly drilling it in Then the next spring sow your grass seed when the ground works well after the frost has gone out and harrow it in Then use it crop or pasture it and the young grass together This is not the ory with us We have tried it fre quently in the last twentylive years ExWhenever it is possible let your fowls te killed and dressed before send ing them to market Live fowls can not always endure a journey They suffer from cold exposure crowding lack of water and tilth in the coops As a rule they lose weight on the jour ney also By shipping dressed fowls they can be sent at less expense and they will bring a higher price per well as being more readily sold DI am a believer in spraying orchards it is a paying pioposition 1 made a test in 1003 with my Jonathans spray log a portion and not touching a simi lar block of trees I found that spray ed fruit hung to the trees until fully 40 percent better than un JUIII hogs pasture for a bas maturity gangrene sprayed Also that of the apples 1 cared for 79 per cent graded No 1 against 30 per cent for the unattend ed fruit My sprayed apples in that year which proved a me 125 per acre while the other trees realized only 30 1 figure that in a single thus saved many times over the cost of snraving in the better J E county KansasYoung Hall of Warren county Ky sold to a party at Statesville N Carolina their celebrated trotting horse Brooks by Silent Brooks Receipts of cattle at the Chicago market for 1905 up to last Wednesday AUB 16 were 1 057 COO an increase of 106700 over correspond ing period of last year Secretary of Agriculture Wilson was in Chicago this week to learn sometning about how long cattle can go without feed and water The law now requires railroads to water and feed cattle in shipment every 24 or 30 hours Shippers complain that this law is being violated Fiend his Suffering is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Fiat Bock Mich says I have used Bucklens Arnica Sallve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is the best healing dressing 1 ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at McRoberts drug store guaranteed 1m Upon My Honor As an American Citizen- I consider First Aid to the to be Americas most reliable I fully believe and will guarantee to be the quickest surest relieving and agent ever offered to the public for Bums Cuts Poisoning for which reason alone it kept in every home or factory without leav ugly scars It does not dry and scab but actually heals from bottom of Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Sore Feet Sore Muscles Burning Skin Itching Piles Insect Swell ings Inflammations It is to fashioned salves and liniments arnica and vaseline for the reason that when applied it opens the pores of the skin penetrates to the seat of the stimulates the circulation the congestion and draws out all to do what it claimed for it when applied as directed If advised giving tin retail druggist to refund the money Dont take any substitute there nothing just as good as Sold only in 25c 50c and 100 bottles camph Company Louisville Ky CCJEStormes t t poor seasonI Remsburg Atchison It householdremedy Itisunequaledfor removes inducingusedas promisedresults i directS I I a o a wwwwwww S Public Sale of Shorthorns At Wildwood Wednesday Sept 6 05- I will offer about 35 head of Thoroughbred Shorthorn Cattle At same time and place Chinn will sell 12 head We will also have about 20 head of High Grade Shorthorns At same time and place Mr John R Bailey will sell 12 head of Blue Grass Hornless Cattle This Includes ten yopng bulls balance cows and heifers They are all reds and most of them dehorned They are in simply good stock order the proper condition for practical purposes These cattle have not been fed for show purpose0 All old enough are bred to calve next spring This isa first class opportunity for any man to make an investment in stock that will pay I have never Shorthorn calf for less than 85000 nor a bighgrade for less than S3o 00 This certainly is better than selling at from 1500 to 2000 They are of Young Mary and Young Phyllis families with a straight Bates Bull at head of herd Write me for catalogue TERMS OF SALE sums under 25 cash over 256 months time with bankable notes bearing 6 per cent interest GLAVE GOBB4BD Long Dis Phone 42m HARRODSBURG KY f S W Forsythe eightor sold- a i 4fr D 0 principally t KIDD AuctIoneer i 1 s When Trouble Went Once on a UJMO said Brother Williams trouble Joy wuz sick en she low dats hed set up wid him so off she gone en knock on his do Who dat Joy say en Trouble make answer nobody but Ole Lady Touble I beam tell you wuz sick en I come ter set up wid En Joy unlock de do en say Come in En in she comes wid Her long har falling all roun her en drlppln wid rain 1 is sorter sick Joy say kase I done lost one fiddle string an I cant play no music But all er a sudden he retched over en pulled out a hanful er Troubles long hr in fo she knowed it be twisted it wid his two foots en sawin away on Ole Dan Tucker Well Ole Lady Trouble stood it she could twel she couldnt stan it no longer en den she hit de middle of de flu en her old shoes went flippity flop en she cut de pigeon wing and danced twel de Sun rlz en laughed at her thro de clouds Public Sale Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming and Household Furniture As executors of the last will and testament of Major Job u D Harris deceased the nndcr sipnpd will sell on Thursday Sept 14 05 on the premises beginning at nine oclock a m all of salt decedents stock farming utensils and three hundred acres of corn in the field On Friday Sept 15 1905 beginning at nine oclock a m we will sell the household and kitchen furniture in the late residence of the lecedent Ladles are especial ly invited to be present at Fridays sale For particulars as to the sale of personalty refer cues is here made to separate sale bill On Thursday Sept 14 05 IMMEDIATELY AFTER NOON LUNCH 1882 laud will be offered for sale in eight separate tracts The tracts comprise the her ger part of the farm of Major John D Harris and is splendid body of fertile blue ccnveiilently located on the Lancaster and Meuelaus turnpike roads In Madison coon Kybegiuulng three miles from Richmond Ky and on the L N railroad with a plat form front yard of the main residence We will first otTer LOT No 10 on plat 102 acres On this tract is located wood which Is one of the best Improved and one of the largest and is the most beautiful located hrlck risideuce in Central Kentucky There are located on this tract all necessary out buildings and a very large tobacco barn We will uext otTer LOT No 9 per plat con taming 166 acres All this is In grass except twenty acres in tobacco and a good brick dwelling house thereon Then we will offer said lots Non 9 and 10 to gether and the sauCe will be sold In the bringing the most money We willthen offer Lots Nos 1 2 3 and 4 per plat separately and then together and will sell the same in the manner bringing the most money These four lots are known as Old Place where Major John D Harris father lived they are located three miles from Richmond Ky on the Lancaster turnpike and are nil In blue grass and there are four houses on the same and one large tobacco burn They are so located as to make excellent small farms situated and are very productive If sold separately a thirtyfoot roadway will be reserved between said lots Nos 1 and so that Nos 2 and 4 will have a free and ample passway to the Lancaster turnpike road These four lots combined contain 608 acres and together make one of the best and most productive farms of that size In Madison Ky It Is well watered there being thereon a good pond and a large never falling spring We will next offer LOT No 5 per plat con Mining HJ acres This tract has a half mile frontage on the Menelans turnpike road is and will make a very desirable farm either alone or In connection of the other tracts already referred to It being couvenieutto all A good tenant house is lo cuted on this tract a good pond and a never falling spring We will then offer LOT No G of 101 acre This is known as the Duncan laud and there no more fertile land It corners to Duncan non Station on the L N railroad and is on a good county road The sale ot these lands will present one of the best opportunities ever offered in Madison county Ky for safe and profitable Investment of capital or the acquiring of splendid blue grass homes They are all located convenient to the county scat are bounded by excellent turnpike roads or on the L N railroad there bell two stations on the farm are convenient to churches and the best schools aud are In one of the grandest farming communities In the state TERMS Possession of the Blythewood residence yard and garden will be given immediately after sale full possession of the residue of the property to be sod will be given on or be fore Jan 1st 190C but purchasers will have the right to enter and sow small grain and to fence erect buildings or make other Improve ments on the lands during the fall of 1905 One third of the purchase money will be duo and payable December 30th 1905 and the purchase money will be due and pay able In three equal installments Iu six twelve and eighteen months from Dec 30th 1903 and purchasers will be required to execute notes with good security payable to the executors bearing legal Interest from Dec 30th 1905 paid and a lien will be retained to secure the unpaid purchase money and Interest deed to be executed on first payment of purchase moneySaid lands will be told without reserve or bybid and the sales will be absolute title good Farm can be reached by train leaving Richmond on L N railroad at 830 a m and returning leaves front yard of residence at 5 pm For further particulars address C M T J Curtis Richmond Ky The latter resides upon the farm and would be glad to show the same to eli parties desiring to Inspect the lands or personalty S H STONE CM CLAY TJ CURTIS Executors of J D Harris deceased NB Blue prints showing survey of the above land can be found at alt banks in Richmond jt Visiting go en you tItsub dtz ez long OF acres of a In the contain- Ing Blythe manner the wellwatered withany remaining until Clay Paris Ky S If Stone Louisville KJ or I B 1a Ole hicier that lilt er Implements grassland b lamented conveniently county s t I TAKING BIS MEALS OUT Hurried eating has ruined many a mans stomach is gradual often unnoticed at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give almost countless the man endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health torpid liver causes a quarantine of the system It poisons and affords them full some illness families where Flower is used a sluggish liver are un known so are all stomach as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches affec tions No wellregulated family should be without sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by RE McRoberM Going Out of Business Hello old man Getting ready to retire from business life eh Why no Im not What makes you say that 1 see youve stopped advertising in the newspapers And after thinking the reply over for an hour or two the merchant went around and renewed his contract FARMS FOR IIarrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms mention d below and many others in Mercler and ad joining countiescnn sell your property if you list it the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike near Shukertown Mercer Co Ky well improved Is fine land for hemp tobacco wheat etc an acre CO acres 1 mile of Burgin on pike good prop erty very well improved at 72 an acre 130 acres on road 8 miles of Harrode burg near pike well improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 40 acres fine land on pike near Salvlsa Mer cer Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc residenci etc 3GOO 130 acres 2 miles from Harrodsburg on pike new residence fine bottom land beautiful property 77 an acre will take Lancaster resi dence property as part pay 215 acres good land in 9 miles nice residence burns fruit lays well produces fine crops 35 an acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco laud 7 mlle from Harrodsbnrg on pike walnut woodland improvements poor laud worth 100 an acre price G5 an acre 101 acres on pike 3 miles from Harrodsburg a nice home good land cottage etc 6000 310 acres flue river bottom farm miles from Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco land grows any crop woodland nicely improved 0 an acre 340 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good well improved at 36 an acre Two tine Washington Co Ky ICC and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop 60 acreWrite for my list containing Farm Bargains office near Court House Harrodsburg Ky Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky tne one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following is a partial list of what we have on hand at present No acres 21 miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price 55 per acre No acres in good neighbor hood near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 81000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 73 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn goodcot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tlon balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 62 50 per acreNo acres good Improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No acres located at two pike splendid frame housenew barn well watered good location for a doctor or for a store price 4000 No 126 32i acres on the pike 6 miles from Lancaster well improved price 6250 per acre No acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 3000 per acreNo acres a fine place near town at 100 per acre No acres in splendid a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No 133 360 acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 65 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike new Improvement well watered 50 per acre No 140 199J acies on Dix river near Bryantsville strong soil well improv ed frame house stock barn and other out buildings cheap at 60 00 per acre No acres all first class land in high state of cultivation fine im provements a bargain on the pike Worth the price 75 acre No 142 27 acres near Bryantsvllle all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 1250 Town property for sale or rent We have a number of dwellings and other property in Lancaster forsale or for rent for 1906 we can and purchasers tf process wayand qA germs an r senous andconstipation Two SALEB- Y W T Real Estate AffellC tOO cou ty pike 5 farms 7126 1130 1246 3148 34330 116242 11745 junction- of 127170 129120 132250 localI- ty o 13485 141155 per It a 1illff Modem on crop 81 quit renters I kooi I I TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In a peculiar so as to give a clearer field ot vision other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be by those who have tried them They arewithout question the most scientifi catty constructed glasses that have ever been made and when BIFOCALS near sighted and glasses combined can worn with as much as single tens glasses This cannot truthfully said ot any form of Bifocal TORICOID GLASSES are made only b T J Howe Co Louisville sold by them and their authorized agents under a that II not satisfaction i n may be returned and the money paid for them refunded II you have trouble with eves or If have not given you perfect com satisfaction every way to us about TORICOID 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 your work LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky manner ape d d eve lour I TJ MaN 5 I V 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 of the food cannot exist that any disease germs which may en ter the stomach will be destroyed and food will be so readily assimilated that a rapid and healthy increase in flesh will result whatever fermentation Public Sale Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture The undersigned as executors of Major Jno D Harris deceased will sell on Thursday Sept 14 1905 and Friday Sept 15 1905 beginning each lay at the hour of 9 oclock a m the following property viz 18 work mules yearling mules 9 brood mares one by Black Squirrel and one by King Richard 7 yearling and two yearold horses 4 wetuliug colts 2 good driving horses18 extra good young jacks and 20 jennets 12 milk cows and calves 5 ling heifers S yearling steers 1 Shorthorn bull 50 head of export cattle numerous farming Implements consisting of wagons binders mowers cultivators plows hsrnessplowgear hay rakes also I carriage 2 buggies 2 sets of buggy harness 1 cattle scale 1 platform scale 20 hemp brakes 300 acres of corn In the field 15 stacks of hay and seven large ricks of straw Lunch will be served at 12 oclock and imme dlately after the lunch 1282 acres of laud in separate parcels will be sold from the front porch of the residence See separate sale bill for the land sale anti Friday Sept 15 1905 at nine oclock a m we will sell the and kitchen furniture of said decedent consisting of bed room parlor and library sets complete carpets and rugs a very handsome old mahogany tilde board dining table and chairs also china and table ware 1 hall set hat rack 1 large mlrrorvery handsome window curtains also nearly new Majestic Cooking Range and all kitchen furulture in short all the furniture of every kind of this magnifi cent country homestead This sale will be made without reserve or by bid and will be absolute Ladies are particu larly Invited for the second day when the household and kitchen furniture will be sold The farm can be reached by the railroad from Richmond Ky The train loaves Ky at 830 aud returning leaves the front yard of residence at 5 p m TERMSA- llarticles briugiug20kud less must be paid for in cash For all articles over 20 the shall execute notes with good securi ty payable to the executors on Dec 30 without interest until maturity Terms of the sale must be complied with before moving property H STONE T J CURTISExecutors For particulars as to laud sale see separate bill Evidently a Lie German papers report that raihoad ties of feather are used on the Russian Government railroads All sorts of material have been used for this but chiefly tarred wood and iron No tie has given perfect satisfaction the wood decays and the iron changes under the influence of temperature It is expected that leather ties will not be perceptibly effected by either air or heat nor will they split when nails are driven into OF terms On household Richmond purchasers 190 C CLAYS purpose theme year i A J Tompson R G Pettus J L Hutchins Jas R Henry II C WR Cook VA Wheeler Wm Coldiron DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tho bottle contains 2V times the trial size which sells for 50 cents AT LABORATORY Of E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL D iSP ps A ctiRtJ100 rvsuAutEo ONLY THE for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calekd For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky Ask IHOWES GLASSEs ono TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED I Annually to full the new position by tumid Telegraph WP want YOUNG and LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHYA- ND K R ACCOUNTING We furnish 71 cent of the Operators Station Agents In America Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in the Established years stud endorsed t y all leading We execute a 210 Honil to student to furnish him or her n position pHying from W a month In States rest of the Uocky Moiiuiahu or from 7i to 100 a month States west of the Hocklej immediately upon grndimtlon Student can enter at time No For full particulars regarding any of our Schools write turret to our xecutlve ollicv at Cincinnati Catalogue free The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo X Y Atlanta in LaCrosseVis TexarkauaTex San Fruco Cal lERCES FOR WEAK WOMEN POSTEDThewarn 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 the law Hunters and Fishermen take null er to lM iu O I I created Railway Offlcisls vacations I FAVORITE I I RESCRIPTIONI L J II Rlgsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Itiusby V S Ferguson W L Lawson P D GillMrs Guard Against Germs Keep Well by Strengthing the Stomach in Summer with Miona Nervousness and sleeplessness come more often from a weak stomach than from any other cause headache and rheumatic pains 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 is quickly cured Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which he sells Min na Price 50c It costs nothing unless it cures backache rheumatism CURE FOR HAY FEVER IE E Mcllobcrts Says Hyomci Will Give Under Guarantee R E McRoberts wish us to announce that when Hyomei is used as a or cure there will be no hay 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 pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit its medicated air reaches the minutest air cellskilling all germs and soothing and healing the iiritated mucous membrane The complete Hyomei 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 Some Big Families The Clay City Times tells of a of large families living in that It looks as if the stork has been working over time in that country if the following is a criterion Ed and Sallie Goddard living in the Over District have nineteen children lIe is 43 and she is 39 John Hambrick 50 years old on Taelard Creek is i he father of twenty seven children twentyfour of of whom are living lie had three wives The present Mrs Hambrick is the motherof of 8 On Celar Fork Air Mrs Thos Tickens have had twenty seven born to them but only fourteen are living lie is 65 years old she is 50 Their youngest child is eleven years old nelld Sold preventive fever bottles number section the Rhine liv- Ing f i Many people who are neglecting symptoms of trouble it will wear away are drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the so they will perform their functions properly Healthy kid neys the impurities from the blood as it passes matter is carried by the circulation to every part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and a fatal malady It is pleasant toi take and benefits the whole system How to Find Out You can easily determine if your are out by setting for 24 hours a bottle of the arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your kidneys are and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should at once G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G B Barhans of Carlisle Cester N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you that I hamS been entirely cured of n severe Uidnef trouble by taknsr less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely the brick dust sediment and Iatn and symptoms ot kidney disease disappeared I ama to say that I have never had a return of any of those syinp toms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to an one suflorlni from kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes BOo and tOO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC TE Storm es DUE and I Pf 1 NEED THE MONEY s Please call ami settle SALLIE D FILLET BRIGHTS- I DISEASE kid n e y I FOLEYSI l KIDNEY- I CURE I kidneys kidneysdo taking kidneys of aside I stopped an 7J 7lfJ1fj1 rglf J My are 2 l 0 0 0 1I I rljJ rull11jfljJ1Jffi1 betaken stating glad accounts 0 1 Jesse DJearen Insurance Agent Solicits a shareof the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel SeeWrite or Phone SWINEBROAD at Lancaster and Insure your Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department Specialty Insure with your own Countyma every time Residence Phone 132 Office Phone 4Q Jcoun- ty propertyagainst Fire Windstorms I Liffhtiiillg