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SIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KYV FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1905 K t THE CENTRAL RECORD NUMBER r i s wr I your and Guttering REPAIREDI do first class work at rates Dont Put It Off o4 JRJ HiiseIdenwmwJ I During summer months we otTer Special Bargains IN Furniture can furnish YOHr house from cellar to andswith our easy pay ment system You Never Miss the Money t Please remember when you need furniture that Werc thc People to Sec Hamilton Dunlap Successors toJA Undertaker Have Roofing We reasonable I Ili h We garret Bcazley a Co- i usBeazey A 4rteriil 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 111 use ARKS CINCINNATI 0 Boots Shoes Rubbers 9 Cost Best Salesman E C BOldS i WmHcrndou G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Court room Prompt attention to business i G CHRIS PARIS r LeastWear gr Sou I I L R Law Police uusrao esssagosuar I rI I GG i t Dentist Office over Thorn oue store Danville st ta rA Now is time to lay in your fuel We will sell lots 100 to 200 of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jelhco Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal lie iljJB Northcott I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Ctacinnatl Times Star For sale Drugstore Your subscription solicited 187tf Howard Withers Z I II Coal bushels at Frlsb s I i s i Semi Cannel Ge I t 1f 4 Loud Notes Lay in your coal Winter is close at hand Put the urchins in school Monday The small boys troubles begin Dont forget the Rigney sale Satur day Watermelons are still plentiful and very cheap The olind tigers have fared hard this term of court Start the kids to school Monday and keep em the streets Another 150 excursion to Cincinna ti Sunday Only a few more will be run The doves have been about killed out the few remaining being as wild deersThe petit jury is made up of men who are determined to punish evil doers All honor to them Read the advertisement of the Jno I Harris sale in this issue Dont forget the dates Mr Ware McRoberts is collecting for The Record If your label does not read 00 you are in arrears Please settle with him Dr James Lapsley tIlled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday The members are endeavoring to se cure a minister to preach regularly We are under man obligations to those who have paid weir subscrip tions this week As we are still crip pled the cash filled many longfelt wants If President Roosevelt desires to become the hero in this neck o the woods he will quit dallying with the and Russians and help solve the problem Remember the sale of household and kitchen furniture at late residence of Mrs Paulina Rigney It takes place at 2 oclock Saturday Some good articles to be sold Enforce the Vagrant Law now and weed out the culprits who steal the fencing garden truck etc Work on them before winter sets in and the people will not be called upon to teed so many this winter A big crowd attended court Monday There were no cattle sales of note but the mule trade was brisk Quite a number of mule colts sold at from 35 to SO aged mules bringing from JO to 140 There was no disorder of any kind Capt Jules Herrick and Capt Frank Webb are now punching tickets on the passenger trains as Capt Grove has resigned The many friends of Capt Grove are sorry he has given up the run as he was one of the most popular men on the K C Sale the Fourteenth Mr J A Rice who has been farming two miles south of Marksbury has purchased the interest of Wallace Withers in the Lexington Paper Co and will move to that city He is one of Garrards most popular young men and we wish him all success in his new venture He will have a sale of his stock crops etc on Thursday the fourteenth and rent his farm of 200 acres of tine land School Opens Monday The Graded Schools opens Monday and everything has been put in per fect order for the reception of the scholars The attendance has been increasing each year but the trustees have been equal to the emergency and comfortable quarters and sufficient teachers have been supplied Parents should remember that it is very that all pupils come the first week and have the urchins In place on Monday Delay causes much The school has the best corps of teachers it has ever had and a good years work Is expected Meets in Nicholasville Tomorrow Friday the Eighth Dis tract Press League will meet in Nich olasville at which time bylaws etc will be framed and other matters of importance to Central Kentucky news paper men will be attended to Near ly every paper in the district is a and the organization will bring about much good for the publishers and enable them to improve papers and give their patrons better service The Record is a member and will be represented at the meeting This League is an auxiliary to the tucky Press Association Tobacco Growers Judge John W Hughes of Mercer addressed a large crowd of farmers at the Court House Monday afternoon in the interest of the tobacco and his remarks were not only but highly appreciated by our cit izens He showed how much good had been and would be accomplished the raisers uniting and standing together and that by doing they could and would get a decent price for their crops and it would pay the far mers to raise tqbacco Garrard is one of the leading tobacco producing coun ties in the state and if farmers will only stand together they will bring about a wonderful change for the better I Monday off member Ken- I raisers- r Instructive toby so I important confusion our together Right Kind of Growth Danville now has a splendid electric light plant By the way we know of no town in Kentucky enjoying a or more steady growth than is our neighbor and the good feature is that it is the kind of growth to do good to benefit the town in other words a growth that has come to stay A boom or mush room growth is a great calamity for a town Its the steady growth that counts Married In Danville Miss Ann Hill one of Lancasters most attractive young ladies was mar rled in Danville Tuesday to Mr Morris Dudley of Lexington None of the many friends of the bride knew of her intention arid the wedding was a great surprise She is a very popular young lady who has a legion of friends who wish her all joy and happiness The groom is engaged in business in Lexington and is to be congratulated upon winning so noble a girl as his bride She is a daughter of Mr Jas lull of this city Death of Former Citizen News of the death of Ambrose Bu ford which occurred at Covlngtir was telegraphed Lancaster friends Saturday and the remains reached this city Monday and were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery that Mr Buford was born in Gar rard county and resided here most of his life removing to Covington some years ago He was well advanced in years and had been in poor health for a long time He belonged to one of Garrard countyVpIoneer families and had many relatives here Older who knew him well speak of him in the highest terms both as a chris flan and a citizen He was a the Christian church a true friend and a useful man who will be missed by his family and wide circle of friends Danville suffering for quite awhile life passed out of George W Evans Wednsday evening at 9 oclock at the home of his daughter Mrs J H Hutchings on the Lancaster pike The deceased was in eighth year of age He was born in Pulaski county but later moved to Crab Orchard where he lived until his death He was well and favorably known throughout this section Was an upright citizen kind husband and loving father lIe was a lifelong member of the Baptist church He leaves to mourn his departurebeslde a host of good friends three children Messss Henry and George of Kansas City Mo and Mrs J II Hutchings this county all of whom have the tenderest sympathy of this their bereavement The funeral services were conducted this the home of Mrs Hutchings at 10 oclock after which the interment followed in the Lancaster cemetery Mr Evans was an uncle of Mr J E Stormes of this city A Fine Opportunity The trend of emigration to the Southwest is rapidly growing The vast and undeveloped resources of this country makes it an ideal habita tion of man It otters fine opportunl ties for inventors and men of small means There the poor man has a chance with the rich Indian is the most beautiful country of the entire Southwest Fine farming country good timber lands and vast mineral resources such as iron coal oil etc Near Paden in the Creek and located on the Fort Smith Western R R there is a mountain of iron ore near the town The natural oil also comes up out of the ground and a company has been organized to bore for it Paden is already a town of 300 inhabitants wideawake and up to date Lots have never sold for less than 350 and as high as 250 But you can now buy lots for a few days low price of 40 each Mr Frank Russell General Agent Richmond Ky will furnish any desired informa tion He will visit Lancaster in a few days and offer our people a fine oppor tunity for investment Colored Fair A Success The colored people have never had a more successful or enjoyable fail than was the one held last week The order was perfect the crowds large and except a slight rain on the first two days the weather was fine The show of stock was not only good but the rings were well filled there being eight to ten entries in most of the lings There was no dissatisfaction with decisions the judges being per fectly fair In each ring The manage ment was perfect as is proven by the fact that by nine oclock Saturday night the bills were all in every creditor had been paid and the books balanced something never done before even by the management of the white fairs held in Kentucky This was due to the good work by the officers Wm Jones ot Stanford was president Alex Miller of Lancaster vice president W T Logan of Stan food treasurer Wm H Harris Lancaster secretary George Mor an Lancaster director The secretary kept his work right each ring shown consequently the business promptly and without the slightest hitch It was a success in every way and The Record congratu lates the colored people on their en terprise energy and good manage ment greater citizens member- of Evans NewsAfter the seventy of community- In morning- at great Nation at the Leslie up with wound up afternoon Territory C half past o r 1 1 gq PIIEAUJIERSVILLE J H Thompson bought 40 90 lb bogs at 5c J P Ballard sold 22 120 lb hogs to W B Bennet for Gc J L Hutch ins bought a fat cow from James Hays for 17 50 Faulkner Kennedy sold a horse to Ben Kennedy for 100 Miss Beulah Jordan was visiting Mrs Philips last week Mrs Jones and daughter of is visiting Mr and Mrs Geo KingMrP Faulkner Kennedy and wife has home from Mobile Ala bamaMiss Eliza Anderson of Mavsville is visiting relatives here for a few daysJ B Hutchins and Frank Grose bought 3 mules at London last week tor 325 Mr Dave LunCeford of Paint Lick and Mr Arthur were with home folks herejlast week Mr Henry Blankenship has been in very poor some time tho is some better at this writing Mrs Victoria Anderson and Mrs Smiley Walker were visiting Mr and Mrs Geo A Brown Thursday of Indianapolis who has been visiting friends here for a few days has returned home Mrs H C Cummins J W Cummins and Mrs Mary Elmore and Miss Adda Cummins were visiting in Stanford last week Mrs A D Edminston and daughter Miss Lillie who have been visiting at Mr W H Cummins have returned to their home in Louisville Mr Lesley Harbei was visiting his sister Mrs J II Thompson last week ana they are talking of visiting their father Mr S W Harber in Lexington soon Mr J M Cress who had a little dull culty with a Mr Adams last week near Brodhead Is one of our very best citizens and one who has the backing of this entire community The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Levy Bell last Friday night and claimed as his own their seven months old babe and bore him away to his heavenly home May the good Lord comfort the sorrowing ones In the death of Mr Geo W Evans we have lost one of our best citizens lIe was a member of the Baptist church and lived a consistent Chris tian life The family have our kindest sympathy lIe was huriciLatJLancas ter JIEUNA VISTA Little Ethel Ruble remains critical ly illLittle George Naylor is a victim of feverBen Lane has been suffering intens ley with a carbuncle- W P Ruble shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Miss Almira Lane returned last week from a visit to Louisville Virgil Scott and wife will be among the visitors at Nicholasville Fair John Ruble has rented the farm of Mis Mort Scott and will move soon Miss Waddell King will leave next week for school at Bellview College Mr J F Ruble who went to Burgin for treatment has returned improved Mrs Annie Walton of Louisville is the guest of her mother Mrs Amanda LaneWill Scott sold some hogs to C 5i also some steers to W P Ruble for 3c Miss Jennie who has been spending some months in Missourihas returnedMrs Spillman and wife of Dan ville spent Sunday with Mrs Mary SpillmanMiss Colton of Danvillespent a few days last week with her cousin Mrs G li Lane Miss Bertie Lane and Mr Archabel of Lexington spent Sunday with the family of J F Ruble Mr and Mrs Hollis Spoonamore vis ited Mrs Isaac Hamilton at Lancaster Sunday and Monday Miss Bessie Bolton and her guest Mrs Clark of London visited the Misses Maret last week Miss Mary Skinner of this place began teaching the public school at Grove Monday Miss Virginia Lane of Lexington and Miss Edna Laneot Danville were with relatives here last week Mr James Colton of Fordwick Va who has been the guest of Kings family left for his home Tuesday Miss Virginia King and cousin Mrs Colton of Virginia will visit friends near Nicholasville and attend the FairMr Alvin Overstreet and family of Jessamine county attended church here Sunday and dined with Mrs rah Spoonamore Mr Gen Robinson and wife of Polo Mo who have been visiting Mrs Mar garet Robinson and other relatives leave this week for their Western home James Spoonamore who recently married in Illinois has returned with his bride They will live in Bryants ville where Mr Spoonamore will be salesman for A T Scott Louisville returned Lunceford heal for Mr EUjene Sutton u Sklnn r W T Sat Mat Pleasant Court Judge Bell didnt hold court last Monday on account of county court but he has been busy since last issue in the trial of civil cases Tne case of Joseph Burnside against the Home Insurance Company consumed Satur day and Tuesday and resulted in a ver diet for 81500 in favor of plaintiff lion W 0 Bradley appeared for the company and W I Williams for the plaintiffTo time the grand jury has re turned ten indictments mostly mis demeanors there being one against Stewart ITumoer colored for Several important civil cases are yet to be heard and some commonwealth cases have been passed until next week The court will be busy for the entire term of three weeks ij A Serious Problem E The servant problem grows more 1 serious every day and fortunate in deed is the family who can secure good reliable help It is almost I to get a cook and when one is secured she is so rotten independent a or impudent that she has to be booted out the back door We heard a lady suggest that several families unite and import a number of white women but this has been tried in other towns and is a failure Another housewife suggested that the kitchens be closed and families take their meals at a first jfi class hotel or boarding house As winter is at hand it appears that the 1 last named plan is about the only 1 thing left to do and quite a number of our people will do this during the 1 cold weather It is certainly incon renicnt and is much trouble for the ladies to dress three times a day but iit seems the only way out of the trouble If the courts would enforce the vagrant law and take up every woman not work fine them and then see that the tine was paid or worked out it would help matters I considerably but when a vagrant is I arrested some jackleg lawyer is on hand to light the case and with witnesses clear the partyThis g touble exists all over the state and Lancaster housewives are not alone in fl the annoyance is NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS State and county taxes are due You will save expense by settling NOW W Lawson S G C The man with a mission never lacks for hearers The bravest men are those who are afraid to do wrung If it is really worth saying it IS not always necessary to shout it The sermon that fail to hit you is one tnat does you little good I Circuit I I who does I L murder p impossible questionable i Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co nnucUOUR NEW Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and we now have some of the prettiest and best gqods to be on the mar ket this fall You know what we dohave the very best of everything at the very lowest prices Dont select your fall DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS ETC until you see our stock THE Joseph Mercantile Co p w IiI1 I t g I I I I 1L 5 I oFfy a Cf Walkover Oxfords at Cost 350 Grade for 295 400 Grade for 325 Your size is here Come and get it Bargains In Hot Weather Clothing We have a nice line of two piece suits in Crashes and Worsteds at wonderfully low prices Bargains In Straw Hats We have just received a nice line of hot weather shirts in all the latest patterns Nice Line of Underwear Everything new and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us Hrp I I III II AT S TIIe II II I II I I I I I I I III ANllrJOc I f 4 u t MMVI Jwwww wr- s y Facuty P SIMMONS PresidentHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud McBurney University of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Breiiau College English Language and Literature Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky J Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth M Elizabeth College and Gerard of tulle Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson Amerlc an 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 Department Stenography and Typewriting 1flJlfjiJI XrglfiglJIfiif Jf 1 G 11 I I I Elocution vi Piano Conservatory 0 r E L Woods Crest W C Fish Vice W G Kcmper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick a Al I II INCORPORATED rest Stutmt condition Juue SO 1XX RESOURCES Loans ami Discounts Overdrafts Due from bauks Banking House and Lot Mortgages Cash Furniture nUll Fixtures LIABILITIES Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits S30Q 2C IKBCSJ CO i3489 10 3il 12114 15UO 00 10r8 00 449 13 1000 00 it33I 16000 00 90 333 31 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 CAPITAL I DIRE YrOns M R O GUYN J B WOODS COY R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS W C FISH 1 ii Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance wmwmmwwwwwiffwwwmiffiififfwwiifwwiifmiff You go to a BAKER for BREAD Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for BUGGIESIn good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn BrosllU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UUUU1UUUU1U1U1UU MADISON INSTITUTES- hould be Patronized by the People of Garrard County Examine carefully our list of teachers and our prices as given here with Then if you have a daughter to educate write to the principal He will take pleasure in calling upon you and explaining every detail of the work in Madison Institute We strive to papularize this school through our work in the class room We have carefully select ed teachers who have been educated in the best schools in the United States and who are special ists in their departments They are as good as 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 Ur 01 J JWllr Ylj1ffjlrjjfJJl lffJ WXifjlffj1 rtf10 r0lf UilfL JlljJUjjflllfJfIJ X l can f CENTRAL RECORD Jsslued Weekly ioo cr Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ai a SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Lancaster Ky September i 1905 Reckless chauffeurs would if they had a sense of shame hide their faces and disappear from the public view Their arrogance their defiance of law their contempt for pleadings for pub lic safety their disregard for persons injured by them have produced a gen feeling of disgust almost of hos tility The man behind the book has won a notoriety that would be unnerv ing to men of geuuine humane The St Louis Republic epito mazes the situatiou so far as the chauffer is concerned ih the following languageHysterical automobiling is a spe ties of polite hoodlumism which will sooner or later compel more stringent and uncomfortable regulation than any heretofore contemplated if it doesnt leam to behave itself better It will be an easy m fitter for law to disqualify and prevent careless viola tors of the speed limit from operating machines at all If the man behind the honk knows whats to his advant age he will suppress his gaseous vola tility of gasoline spirits and keep from getting in worse odor than the prolet ariat pedestrian who after all has a good deal to say about the laws and the police His legion of friends among the Ken tuckv newspaper men regret very much that Mr Arthur Y Ford has re signed as managing editor of the Cou rier Journal and will enter another oral feelings VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore J 0K field of labor The craft never had a brighter or more generally beloved member and his retirement from the business deprives the Kentucky news paper people of a man whose loss will be felt keenly However the boys are that fond of him that they will re juice in his accepting employment not so laborious and in which he will re ceive better pay A better man or a more faithful friend than Arthur Fold has yet to be born Bro Seph Campbell of the Somer set Journal tells gospel truth in the following editorial We like a man or newspaper that can be a partisan and still be fair one who does not have to disapprove every measure of the opposition party to emphasize his own political convictions The futili ty and foolishnessof that code of ethics which dictates that a man must not vote for any person whose political brand is not guaranteed by a boss The day is fast coming when it will be more honor to do right than to stand by a party Secretary of State McChesney has issued a proclamation in accordance with a law passed by the last Legisla ture calling for a vote in November on the question of changing the meth od of voting in Kentucky from the present secret ballot to the old fash ioned open ballot It requires the votes of of the voters voting at that election to change the consti tutlon President Butler of Columbia uni verslty wants to know why more worn en dont take up the practice of den istry Now Mr Butler how would you like to have a woman dentist at tempt all the latest styles when it came to dressing up your face for a fillingThe management of the Courier Journal is to be congratulated upon the appointment of Mr Graham Vree land as managing editor He not only knows newspaper work from whereas to amen but is a gentleman with whom it is a pleasure to have dealings A Chicago domestic who has been in one family for twentythree years has laid down a set of rules on how a do mestic may succeed in her work Re maining a domestic for twentythree years will hardly appear like success to the average girl doing housework A young man believed to be insane presented a check for 2800000 for payment at a New York bank several days ago Judging from recent as to the method of New York hankers the wonder is that the check was not paid without question An Ohio wife who was married two years ago at the age of fifteen is suing for a divorce alleging that in the ear ly part of her married life her bus band treated her as a child Too bad that he did not pay the proper respect to her advanced years The First Methodist church at Bloomington Ill has increased the attendance at its prayer meetings to 200 by means of a free lunch adjunct This is not the first time the church has received valuable lessons from the The Kansas supreme court has de cided that whisky is not property In the usual sense of the word It recognizes the factthat whisky is a spirit Wet weather is bad for the rheuma tism but the dry periods that are being enforced In many towns of the country are most severe on the jointsIn of the current magazines is an article on How to save time wot ry and work during the busy season Well who wants to save worry With 3000 babies in Missouri named after Roosevelt the prospect of the Democrats reclaiming the state are not at all A dark brown taste In the mouth hrrdly ever fits the general complex ion M M political I saloon bright r L revelations probably BOURNE Mr G P Vanderpool was in Lexing ton on business last week Millard Ilamm sold a nice buggy horse to Dr Durham for 100 Mrs Reuben Stinnett has been very sick but is some better at this writing Miss Loa K Duncan Pollys Bend attractive teacher was with her par ents the latter part of the week Mrs Leonard Nave and children of Flatwood has been visiting her par Misses Minnie and Ada Ball of Pol lys Bend spent part of last week with Miss Pearl Eason and attended meet ing at Mt Hebron Mrs William Marsee of Middlesboro who has been with friends and rela tives at this place and at Marksbury has returned home The patrons of Bourne will give a supper at the school house Saturday night Sept 9th The proceeds will be used for repairing the school house All are invited Admission will be reasonable T E Wheeler bought last week one mare for 100 Mr John Sanders was here last week trading in horses Mr Joe Simpson sold to John Saun ders last week one mare and colt for 115Brother T E Folev filled brother Joe A Ross bought last week at Dr Ramseys sale one fine mare and colt at 8161 Mr Sam Ward of Louisville wa here last week visiting bis uncle A S WheelerMr M Ross passed through town on road to Lancaster last Mon day to sell his fine harness horse Mr Joe A Ross of this place was elected chairman of the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco Growers for Garrard county Brother Pike failed to fill his ap pointment at Freedom church last Saturday and Sunday on account of being sick His congregation hopes and prays for his early recovery KIAKSVILLE Business Education Short hand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Teachers Course Shorthand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Bookkeeping Shorthand and Type writing at Kirksville Secrest Acade my 4t Shorthand can be completed in 30 days write J B Secrest Kirksville Ky 4t Protracted meeting at Christian church Eld McLelland of Richmond preachingShort can be completed at the Kirksville school in 30 days The cost is nominal 4t Our new bank building is being pushed to completion It will be an ornament to the town A M Lawson of Shelby county was here last week trying to buy a farm exceedingly high in this local ityMiss Mattie Brown the winsome daughter of Lee Brown of visiting the family of her uncle R S merchant prince of Kirks ville Miss Mamie Brown daughter of R b Brown a former resident of your county received a diploma in short hand to day She is the youngest grid uate in shorthand in the state Cashier Hutcheson is from Sweet Owen It was said that Sweet Owen grew only democrats and Baptists but orderhas been changed and she now grows bank cashiers Baptists and democrats Three new teachers have been added to the faculty of the College book keeping shorthand and music teach er A student can now take a com plete course in book keeping short hand penmanship and typewriting These studies can be taken for a very small amount of money and time 4t I N v N N k o hayfever Wednesday I NINA Freedom uric Company Iua Landis J I Buckeye- Is Brownthe that w w N ra Expenses The school year is divided into two terms of nine j teen weeks each The expenses per term are as follows ffi Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week S 57 CO ai Tuition in College Department 30 CC 3 Tuition in Academic Department fc Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 j Tuition in Primary Department 1500 Piano with use of instruments for practice Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week 25 00 p5f Vocal Music two lessons per week 3000 fcsa Drawing pencil or crayon 20 00 fe 011 Painting 2000 Bookkeeping ir 00 0 Elocution private lessons Delsarle 10 00 3 Diploma 10 00 Certificate of garduatlon in any department 00 j r Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils in all J departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their 5 regular school work A reduction will also he made for the j benefit of hoarding pupils who are absent from Friday to fe Monday 3Y 0i iI01 I fjY Y00 V J fjY Y vfl Y J m 25 00 30 00 l Q 00 j 10 Y 25 r JU v h h I I ViA VAJtJM fr J 1Mu1N Field Seed I seed thY Etc I I FEEDand Corn Also can furnish Bran Chicken Feed Chop Etc get my prices GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at Xo 26 prompt Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON I I V MW Vt 1A tVaA aIt mijm I Il I Portland and Black Diamond Cement 1m I Lime and Window Glass I I Can furnish strictly nice Wheat Rye Will buy or sell a f raw Oats Kindly Orders will have satten- tion D A Stormes Drug The Kentucky Stale Journalj 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 State Fiscal Court The Federal Court- It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to W P WALTON Mgr I I t i i- I I I I I RAA i1 Ii Published I i gocrl BOWLING GREEN KY li Paint Stare Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy ISustains Teachers Scientific Classic Commercial and Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky Law Ji POSITIONS t r h Headquarters VULCAN PloWs rooooooooo oOOoO I For OLIVERI Mount Elkin 0040000000000 OOOOOOOOO I rGossip AboutI A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Miss Dove Harris of Lexington is visiting relatives here Miss Strong of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Helen Gill Miss Jessie Dotv is visiting Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville Mr John Marrs of Richmond has been visiting relatives here Miss Angeline Cobb of Danville is Visiting Miss Vesta Lackey Collier of Middlesboro is here for a visit to his parents Mr Jesse Walden and family of Dan ville were visitors here Sunday Miss Norma Elmore has returned rom a visit to friends in Versailles Miss Leila Kendrick of Monticello is visiting Miss Willie Belle Burnside Mr and Mrs Ben rent ed the Buck property on Water street Miss Anna Jackson of New York has been visiting Miss Bessie Mae Mrs David Chenault of Richmond is visiting her daughter Mrs J W El Miss Laura Bright Doty of is visiting her aunt Miss Lena BrightMisses Ethel Dunn and Phyllis John stow left this week for Midway to en schoolMr C Chapman of Lexington was the guest of Miss Norine Henry the past week Mrs William Price Mr and Mrs R G Price of Danville were visiting Mrs Martha Frisbie Mrs R L Underwood and little daughter have been visiting relatives in NIcholasville Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville has been the charming guest of MissTheo Hemphill this week Miss Mattie Beazley has returned from a visit to her brother Mr Win Beazley of Louisville Mrs II C Payne of Lexington is ex pected this week for a visit to her Miss Jane Hopper Mesdames E W Harris and S B Hen ry have been visiting Mr and Mrs J R Harris of Turuersville Mr E C Walton of Stanford Interior Journal was here Monday in the in terest of that splendid paper Danville Advocate Mrs F A of Lancaster is here the guest of her daughter Mrs Jno Cotton Mr and and Miss Emma Dulaney of Grace Miss are guests of Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton Miss Josephine Hudson a Danville beauty was over Monday to spend the I I Mr Chas have Lear snore Lexington r sister Walker Mrs L C Dulaney i r llerudon r I l I I I day with her uncle Mr Ben Hudson Miss Roberta Mae Bright after a pleasant visit to her aunt Miss Lena Bright has returned to her home in Lexington Misses Bettie Walker Burnside and Allie Yantis have returned from a to Miss Mabel McWhorter at Crab Orchard Miss Lettie Mac McRoberts and brother John have returned from Hopkinsville where they have spent the summer Arthur Joseph has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Charles Davis of Lebanon Junction and to relatives in Louisville Mrs Herbert Gulley and Miss Bettie Broaddus were in Kirksville Sunday visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs Broaddus Dir and Mrs Maurice Hoskins and little son William of Birmingham are visiting Mesdames RL Elkin and J E Robinson Miss Angie Kinnaird will leave next week for Stanton Va where she will enter the Mary Baldwin Seminary one of the leading schoolsfor young ladles Cyntlnana Democrat Miss Stella Houston of Lancaster who has been visiting in the country for two weeks is the guest of Mrs Scrivener in this city Mr Jno E Stormes who has been confined to his ben by illness for some days is much improved and will be able to return to his store in a few days glad to note After a visit to the home folks Mr and E Henry left Monday their home in Eldorado Ark Their stay was greatly enjoyed by their many Lancaster friends M r Sam P Settle of Louisvillemade allying trip to Lancaster Friday re turning Saturday with his wife and three children who have been spend ing a few days with Mrs C S Ellis Dr and Mrs Simpson Elkin to their home in Atlanta Tuesday after a visit to Lancaster relatives They have many warm friends here who are always delighted to see them in their old home Miss Bettie Broaddus will leave the latter part of this week for Louisville and Dayton Ohio where she will attend the fall millinery openings She will purchase an line of fall milinerv Saturdays LouisvilleTimescontain ed a fair picture of Lucy Lee arid Claiborne the two bright children of Mr and Mrs Ed Waltou of Stanford They are a handsome pair and their attractive manner and sweet disposi tion have won many admirers and friends A very delightful impromptu dance was given at the Mason hotel Tuesday evening The visitors present were Misses Emma Dulaney ofjMississippi Mamie Lillard Danville Leila Ken drick Monticello Venice Walker of Georgia Vesta Lackey Kansas City Polly Traylor Stanford Theo Hemp lull Margaret and Joan Mount Lan caster visit wean Mrs R for returned up todate RUBEROID ROOFING i 11 BiG FOUR II 1 Door I j II Hinges and Nails I Get Our Prices Hasedlen Robinson II l tI r i rj Barn Hangers Misses Jonnie Goodloe of Richmond Emily Simmons of Owensboro are guests of Mrs Emma Gregory ExGovernor W 0 Bradley of was here this week looking after some cases in the circuit court He is I still practicing law in the Falls City and enjoys a splendid practice He is looking well and was given a warm reception by the many friends in his old home in that city in honor of Mrs Wm H Harris which was a very delightful affair Mrs Harris is the wife of a for mer Lancaster boy who has acted as L N agent there for many years but was recently transferred to Paris Miss Willie Belle Burnside leaves tomorrow for her new position as teacher of the piano in the Buford College at Nashville This school is one of the best and leading institu lions in the United States and the selection of Miss Burnside is a tine testimonial as to her ability as a She is not only a splendid teach er but a gifted musician and charm ing young lady A jolly crowd of little folks at the home of Mr and Mrs David Geiger last Friday evening at a party given in honor of their son Mr Walker Geiger The lawn was beautifully in Japanese lanterns and refreshments were served Master Geiger proved an ideal host and the affair was one of the prettiest of the week Mr and Mrs J S Armstrong of Tex are visiting Capt and Mrs F J White They have been spending several weeks in the mountains of Virginia and are much benefitted thereby Mr Armstrong owns one of the largest packing house in the west and is one of the hardestworking and busiest men we know They have many warm friends in Lancaster who are always glad to see them An athome was given by Miss Theo Hemphill at her home on Lexington street Saturday evening The rooms were beautifully decorated with and magnificent palms After a luncheon an impromptu musical pro gramme was rendered It was a delightful and the entertained in a charming The guests were Misses Emma Delaney of Grace Miss Cora Ward of CincinnatiVesta Lackey of Kansas City Willie Belle Burnside Messrs Millard West of Washington Charlie West Willie Fox Logan Branham Begzley and Dr McNeese PAINT LICK John B Parks sold his farm of 270 acres to E L Woods at 100 per acre Miss Eliza Rucker spent this week with her brother John Rucker at Richmond Mrs Minnie Jennings returned from Lexington last week where she has Misses Martha and Mary Spurlock have returned from Wildie where they spent a time with Miss Annie Braraman Messrs Shaw of Indianapolis Bean of Lexington and Martha Zell Mak ley of Washington D C are guests of the Misses Lear Misses Alma and Mary Lear have very handsome Invitations out for Thursday evening in honor of Miss Martha Zell Makley their charming visitor of Washington City Mr and Mrs W C Fish or PaintLick celebrated the anniversary of their golden wedding on Tuesday Aug 29 having been married filly years on that date They have seven children living all of whom were present T Fish Mrs Mary E Galloway L J Fish W S Fish Mrs J F Mason C A Fish MD and Mrs W F Garrett They were the recipients of many handsome presents from their chil dren relatives and friends Mr Fish has two brothers aged eightyone and seventythree years respectively and one sister seventysix years of age all of whom were present W C Fish is years of age and still fairly good health He has been a very and prominent farm er during his entire life He is also vice president of Peoples Bank at Paint Lick and one of the largest tock holders Attacked by a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well Iuse my familywrites G J Welch Only 25c at McRorbets drug store 1m Notice to Republicans The Official Convention Call was published in the Central Record on August 25 1905 calling Republican Mass Precinct Conventions to be held in the various precincts of Garrard county Saturday Sept 16 to select delegates to the County Convention to be held in Lancaster Ky on WEDNESDAY Sept 20 05 to nominate Republican Candidates for county offices to be voted for at November election 1905 All dates must register with me ten days from the date of the aforesaid publi cation and put up the required fee of 10 The last day on which this can be done IS Monday Sept 4 1905 and no name will be considered by the con vention unless registered as above quired on or Sept 4 1905 All candidates will please register this week L Walker Sec and Treas Garrard County Republican Com mittee i I I and I Louisville I partIng teacher decorated Dallas flowers altogether affair hostess manner consist- Ing hume seventyfour enjoys sucessful 111 covered film perfect t U assembled delightful vi- E can dl before Lewis 6 rep RESOLUTIONS At the Joint Institute of the teach ers of Boyle Lincoln and Garrard held at Junction City the following resolutions were adopted Resolved That the Teachers of Garrard Lincoln and Boyle extend most sincere thanks to the Commer clal Club of Junction City for their magnanimous entertainment on evening and that we heartily ap preciate their efforts and bespeak a sure success for their work Resolved That we express our high appreciation for the soul inspiring music so delightfully rendered by Prof Greland and other musicians also for the labors of our faithful or ganist Miss Kate Bogle Resolved That we extend thanks to the Christian church for use of house and to the pastor of same for his help ful services Resolved That we highly appreci ate the kindness hospitality and fa vors shown by the citizens of Junction City especially by Mr IIankley for his pains taking mail dis tribution among the teachers also to to the little children for the pleasure they have afforded The greatest wealth of a State is found in her chill dren and her highest duty consists in the care exhibited toward them In no way is this care so thoroughly shown as by the schools furnished and the training given to her youth This training in its highest state can be furnished only by those cultured and especially trained for the purpose of giving instructions This training can only be obtained in schools equipped and maintained by the State Since this is true it becomes the solemn duty of every teacher and citizen to see that the State does her duty toward her children Therefore That we the teachers of Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties assembled in joint Institute pledge our influence our means and our time to the spreading abroad of the present educational condition and we declare that we will not support any candidate for the State Assembly who will not pledge them selves to support a Normal School measure or who does not show them selves disposed to give the best of ev ery thing to the life and welfare of every child in Old Kentucky Fur thermore be it Resolved That if the teachers of this State are required to pay Insti tute instructors and equip connty libraries that they demand of the General Assembly that time time spent in the County Institute be made a part of the school year and the teacher attending the full time be paid his regular salary from the coun ty funds Resolved That the Institute select two teachers from each county to the Superintendents of these counties in selecting instructors and time and place for holding next In stitute Resolved That we say amen to the manner in which our worthy has conducted this work and for the harmonious spirit he has helped to hold and that we extend a vote of thanks to Prof for his un tiring efforts in securing homes for the teachers Resolved That the Institute heartfelt thanks to and deep appreciation of our most worthy in structors Prof Roark and Mrs E E Olcott and as a token of respect and approval of their earnest efforts and etticient services Resolved That we have a TryCoun tyInstitute in 1900 to be conducted by the same Institute if possible Resolved That we heartily indorse the work of our able instructors and desire that they may go on in their great work and be blest in their labor of blessing others Resolved That a copy of these go to each County Editor for publication in the county paper Got Off Cheap He may veil think he has got off cheap who after having contracted constipation orindigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health will do this but Dr Kings New Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m Business and Bargains Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking Haselden Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 8 4 tf W Romans 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 Haselden Sewing Machine Oil Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf Thompson New stock of machine needles at 69 tf Thompsons For cut flowers see Ed C Gainesff The leading florist is represented by Ed C Galnes flowers for any occasion Telephone 100 718M Price Cut Profit Profit is wounded our prices on i TailorMade Clothing your or i ders for our of Fall Samples Joseph Hughes Tuesday postmaster organ- Ized itResolved furthermore professional assist chairman Hendricks expresses resolutions Nothing guaranteed 714 stretchers 714 I P furnished St Robinson PAINTS of all kinds for all o OSfSJ We guarantee to give you a better I TT for less lvO3iTthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE F E 1 Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See us before buying your Iron fence we can interest you 7 14 Haselden Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladles Home Journal 10 21tf Strayed Into my place a week ago a six months old heifer Any one prov same can get her by paying for the notice and her keep 4t J I1 Robinson Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that I have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Low Prices and Qood Guality In a few days we will have a display of Fall and Winter samples for mens clothing at bottom prices Joseph Hughes We want your Paint ancl Varnish business we will give you value for less money than n Lan caster Frisbies Drug Store 4t The school tax book for the year 1905 is now ready Please call at once and settle I have a little unpaid tax for the year 1904 that must be sett 1 e at once Those in arrears please cald at once and settle and save cost 2t E W Harris Treas Coal salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at the old stand of J T Williams for any thing in my line which I propose to sell at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in quan tityand quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf Red steer weighing about 900 lbs Liberal reward for any information 4t TC Rankin Lancaster Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf Property For Rent Sixroom two story building on Water street Possession at once J A Stone tf For Rent for 1900 the property now occupied by Rev C S Ellis Mrs Susan Fisher For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Strayed Hornless red cow dry Strayed June 1 1905 last seen in Lancaster Liberal reward for return or informa tion J M Gay McCreary 4t For Sale or Rent Farm of 90 acres near McCreary miles from Lancaster Very desirable situation Terms reasonable Call on Mrs Mary L Swope or Mrs S Gulley Hill St Lancaster Ky For rent at once tenroom two story house on Danville street one half block from Public Square Suit able for boarding house Good cistern garden and stable Apply to J M Orand For Sale or Rent I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by Mrs Paulina Rigney and give posses sion immediately The house is in perfect repair with all necessary out buildings and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The place con talus 3t acres For further informa lion apply to W 0 Rigney tf One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Coal Coal Coal I sell the of coal now while it is cheap Phone Gt John Long log chain in Lancaster Wed nesday 23 between Banks Hudson and railroad crossing on Richmond and Lancaster pike return to John Henry Point Leavell Ky and get reward3t For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at 6 9tf Thompsons 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 as follows 1st 2nd and 3rd grades 900 4th 5th and Gth J 1200 7th to 12th grades 1500 It JrB Kinnaird Setfty 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 voted by the Board of Directors by and with the consent in writing of than half of the stock holders of said dissolve said corporation and close and wind up its business having claims against or inrfobted to said Association will call on the Secretary R L David son and settle at once 4t Lancaster Fair Association be anybod Notice Lost For Sale bestgrade uy 14 Ma ee Lost I have all latest musIc in stock and in this line on shortest notice IP Thompson the jeweler tf are more ins geraniums S tell June 3 the can order anything i6 was association to persons 4 Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General InsuranceB- y special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 School Books now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions OF We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged RE MCROBERTS Lancaster KY I FREE OOOOX ve ISchoolBooks CASHat I OOOOOOOCO OOOOOC OCu g 1Ar rilt V OOA 00tlC LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKEK Vice Prest IORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1001 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU 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 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Pr IdeaL JOHN E STORMES Vice Pre t S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird I493 1 D 1L II D I11 i JitJ8rmL OmO 00000000000U00000v0o0 OOOOOOOOOOOmOM iM o q 0OO i0000000000000000000 000000000m0 Merchandise Advanced I D 11111 0 Our FINAL CLOSING OUT SALE is still going on We have quite a good line of l II j Fall inter Merchandise we carried over from last Winter bought at I IrtJ 1 low prices which we will sell Very Cheap and many instances for less than Cost All WOOLEN and COTTON GOODS have advanced quite a good deal this season and arestill 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 Dy Goods in iii I I COMPANY p Eli G l sick Women Invited consult Doctor Pierce letter Free ore 10 hg C I aasasl Free medical advice is offered by many who are not qualified to practice medicine and whose medical advice is therefore worse than worth less because it is dangerous Dr Pierces offer of free consultation by letter is not to be con founded with spurious offers of free medical ad vice As chief consulting physician to the In valids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y assisted by his medical staff of nearly a score of physicians Dr R V Pierce has in a little more than thirty years treated and cured hundreds of thousands of weak and sick women The most sensitive can address Dr Pierce in perfect freedom All letters are held as strictly private and the written confidences are guarded by the same strict professional pri vacy observed by Dr Pierce and his per sonal consultations with weak and sick women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y About four months I wrote to for advice and you very kindly advised me what to take writes Mrs May Chandler of Sandusky Ind n I did as you directed At the time I was hardly able to be at all I suffered for four years alone knows I was nothing but a walking skeleton but now I feel like a new woman I ha written before but was waiting to see how I would get along Dear Doctor I am so to you and to God for your Favorite Prescription and fatherly letter wrote me not for you I have been in today but instead am on the road to Maybe influence some other poor suffering woman to come to you for advice Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weak nessSometimes a dealer will offer a substitute for Favorite Prescription as just as good Judged by its record of cures of womanly ills there is no other medicine just as good as Favorite Prescription ccGl8G Meeo ofwomen andwhat ou I ao HAKKSBUKY Jonah Marsee bought of Mr Flan nery some hogs for 5ic J W Woods bought of Tom Barker some nice shoats for 480 Mr Fred Burdetteliad a horse to die last week valued at 175 Master Floyd Herring sold some shoats A Robinson at fic Mrs Jonah Marsee spent Monday with Mrs Noah Maisee near Lancas ter Mr Robt Fox spent Monday with his grand mother Mrs of Danville Mrs Vick Rice of McCreary spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs T I Herring Misses Sallie and Lee Herring are on a visit to their sister Mrs Vick Rice of McCreary J W Woods Tom Chesnut and Jim Royston attended the sale of Dr Ram seys at Paibt Lick Mrs Ben King spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs Thompson Arnold near Lancaster Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford has been the pleasant guest this week of her sister Mrs Dr Durham Miss Georgia Dunn left Monday for Paint Lick where she will remain a week with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs John Simpson have re turned home after a very pleasant vis it to and family of Lexington Misses Sallie and Lee Herring and to C Sophronia Fox MrCook Messrs Robt Rout Robt Fox and Fleece Herring attended meeting at Hubble Sunday Mr C S Roop of Cartersville just about completed the dwelling house of D S Swope Mr Roop is a splendid workman and can make that is to be made about a house from a door step up to a cabinet He may be here for some time as he has gotten other jobs in our town Uncle Billy Royston of Buries ton Texas arrived here last Friday to visit his son Mr John Royston and to look after the interest of his farm He says that crops are poor all over the state of Texas owing to the raIns Corn and cotton only a half crop and the average yield of wheat five bushels per acre Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy Level Va He says I have a terrible chest trouble caused by smoking and cold dust on my lungs but after finding relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At R E McRoberts 50 and 100 guarnteed Trial bottle free 1m The openwork stocking Anti peekaIoo waist So the mosquito Show excellent tastel any- thIng mantel continuous Consumption Coughs and drugstore Judge evening- Sha 4S o says KENTUCKYS BIG 6 IN PREMIUMS STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 18 23 BIG DAYS 25000 6 IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 339Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Informetion Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Public Sale of Shorthorns- At Wildwood Wednesday I will offeV about 35 head of Thoroughbred Shorthorn Cattle At same time and place Chlnn Forsythe will sell 12 head We will also have about 20 head of High Grade Shorthorns At same time and place Mr John K Bailey will sell 12 head of Blue Grass Hornless Cattle This includes eight or ten young 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 purpose 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 sold a Shorthorn calf for less than 5000 nor a hlgbgrade for less than 3oOO This certainly is better than selling at from 91500 to 2000 They are princi pally 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 GODDARDicS Phone 42m HARRODSBURC KYllife S W K1DD Auctioneer pt 6 05 I Sr 1 BKVANT8TILLE I Mrs Will Dickerson is visiting in SomersetMr Lear bought a number of hogs here at 6c per lb Mrs Will Glass and daughter Mary Lee are visiting in NIcholasvllle Miss Venice Walker of Atlanta Ga is the guest of the Misses Patton Mr John Dunn who has been quite ill is reported some better at this writ ingJno Ruble and wife will move to the farm rented from Mrs M B Scott in a few days Dr J FSImon of Louisville spent several days last week with his friend Mr J M Smith Miss Margaret Gallaher after an ex tended visit to friends in Georgia has returned home Misses Tommie Sanders and Mary Evans of Nicholasville visited Mrs J W Glass last week Little Miss Marie Ballard of Lan caster has been spending a week with Miss Mayme Ballard Misses Mary Ramsey and Mildred Atchinson of Lexington are visiting Miss Anna Belle lligginbothaui Mrs Mote Scott has number of hor ses mules and farming implements ad vestised for the sale Saturday Sept 5 The Highest Mountain A party of United States geologies survey level men under Topographer R A Farmer which has been a line of levels to the summit of Mount Whitney have completed their work and found the true light of the mountain to be 14502 feet says a San Francisco special While this shows MountWhitney to be the highest measured mountain in the United States it makes the true height twenty feet less than the that have generally been accep ed Home Coming For Kentucklans The Louisville Commercial Club has in contemplation the pleasant task of arranging for a Home Coming for Kentucky sons and daughters in every State in the Union The meeting will probably be held sometime in June 1906 Mr R S Brown who is chairman o f the committee o n conventions and entertainment is sending out notices concerning this meeting and ask for different as to modes of entertaining the guests The idea is uniquebut will no doubt meet with hearty approval It would be one of the most interesting events in the history of the State Rural Mail Costly As the guidebook said of the hotel the rural free delivery is expensive but good It has cost something more than twenty millions a year already it reaches not more than one third of the rural population if any population can properly be described as rural in these utterly urban days when the telephcne and the trolley bind the country to the city arid practically made or are making the whole a concatenation or bunch of cities Petitions for the extension of this service pour in by the bushel There were nearly five hundred of them in one week of last summer New rout are established at the rate of about six hundred a month When every farm house is reached the expense will least siity millions of dollars no reduction of salaries of officials have a habit of being increase ed Rural is a great and good thing and it shows how much Congress loves the farmers for their virtues of course and not for their votes With the Procession Everybodys Magazine for September A Lecture A tramp asked drink in a The request was granted and when in the act of drinking the prof fered beverage one of the young men present exclaimed Stop make us a speech It is poor liquor that doesnt unloosen a tongueThe hastily swallowed down the drink and as th rich liquor through his blood straightened himself and stood before them with a and dignity that all his rags and dirt could not obscure Gentlemen he said I look to night at you and myself and it seems to me I look upon the picture of my blighted manhood This bloated face was once as handsome as yours This shambling figure once walked asproud ly as yours for I was a man in the world of men I too had a home and friends and position I had a wife as beautiful as an artists dream but I dropped the priceless pearl of her and respect into a cup of wine and like Cleopatra saw it dissolve then quaffed it down ip brimming draught I had children as sweet and as pure as the flowers of spring saw them fade and die under the blighted curse of a drunken father J bad a home where love lit the flame upon the altar and ministered before it but I put out the holy fire and and desolation reigned In its stead I had aspirations and arab tions that soared as high as the star but I broke and bruised their baeutiful forms and strangled them that I might bear their cries no more Today I am a husband a father without children a without a home and a man in whom every impulse is dead All hive been swallowed up In the malestrom of drink The tramp ceased speaking The glassfell from bis nervous lingers and was shattered Into a thousand true meats on the floor The swinging doors were pushed open and slit again and when the little group look ed up again the tramp was gone running figures Mayor suggestions although country I beat provided not diminished fora saloon mans coursed race honor t h and darkness morning tramp 4 w frep delivery Tramps I il SAFEGUARD best family safeguard is a reliable household that cure croup coughs colds chilly sensations nose sore and bronchial affections that will keep the children against all contagious diseases Syrup which has a record of 35 years in the cure of consumption catarrh all lung and fame of German Syrup as a cure since its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the famous Dr Boschee has extended to all of the earth It has big sales everywhere 10 sizes 750 For sale by BE McRoberU The Restless American One of the worst things about the average American is that he will sell anything he owns if he can only get his price This disposition on his part tends to make him always unsettled When a man has a good farm a good home good neighbors and a good income where can he possibly go to his condition In fact where can he go where he would not be worse off Lots of men find out at an expense of a lot of money and peace of mind The sensible thing for men to do in nine cases out of ten is to settle down contented so far as expecting to find a home where everything is alright and carefully study how to make the old farm productive their homes more pleasant and their lives of use to their families and to the world Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their tions In good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigorand became mere wreck of her former self Then slip tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her en tirely well She is now and healthy R E McRoberts druggist sells and guarantees them at 50c a but tie 1m PUBLIC SALE I will offer to the highest and best bidder on my farm ij miles West of Brvantsville on the Buena Vista road SATURDAY Sept 0 1005 the following property Ten or twelve head of horse stock consisting of brood mares colts one two and three years old two big work mules several head of cattle one or two good milk cows farming of all kinds harness two etc Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock a m Mary Belle Scott tf Hqgbes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky toe 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 near pike improvements well watered price per acre Ho 11 30 acre in good neighbor hood near pike pottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No 12 40 acres adjoining the 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn goodjcot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 62 50 per acreNo 116 242 acres good brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 11 45 at junction of two pike tramp housenew barn well location for a doctor or for a store price 4000 No 126 72 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 acre J No acres a fine place near town at 100 per acre No acres in splendid local ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state of cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No 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 improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No 140 199i acies on Dix river near Bryantsville strong soil well improv ed frame house stock barn and other out buildings cheap at 6QOO per acre No 141 155 acres all first class land in high state of cultivation line Worth 875 per acre No Bryantsville ad 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 for sae or for rent for 1906 we can suit renters and purchasers tf j i Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr schee to her famous Uncles Throat and Iunl Cure The poof a is Boschees German consumptive Two 2SC better Implements wagons 7126 Lancaster ll o 5 3148 34330 cultivation Improvements acreslocated I wateredgood 127170 129120 132250 133360 13485 Improvements a bargain on the pike theprice 14227 ames near Th Icirca es me I dig 4U flcal EStatC 10aba 8 Kodol FARMS FOR SALE W T EflDt Real Estate ipcy Ilarrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms ruentlou d below and rannv others in Mercler Iud ad olulugcouutlescan sell your property If you list it the Agency will be pleased to auswer your letters 275 acres on pike near Shnkerlown Mercer Co Ky well Improved Is fine laud for hemp tobacco wheat etc X an acre CO acres 1 mile of IJurglu on pike good prop erty very well Improved at 72 an acre 130 acres on county road 8 miles of Harrods burg near pike well Improved orchard glows hemp tobacco etc 10 an acre 40 acres on pike near Salvisa Ky Grows hemp tolmcco etc Modern residence etc 3000 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 laud In 9 miles Ilarrodsburg on pike nice residence barns fruit lays well produces fine crops 3 an acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco land 7 miles from Ilarrodsburg walnut woodland Improvements poor laud worth 100 an acre price 05 an acre 101 acres on pike 2 miles from Ilarrodsburg a nice home good land cottage etc 0000 310 acres fine river bottom farm miles from Ilarrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco land grows any crop woodland nicely improved CU an acre 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good crops well improved at nc an acre Two tine Washington Co Ky farms ICG and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop CO an acre Write for my list containing Farm Bargains ollice uearCourt House Ilarrodsburg Ky Public Sale Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming Imple monts and Household Furniture As executors of the last will and testament of Major Johu D Harris deceased the under signed will sell qii Thursday Sept 14 05 on the premises beginning at nine oclock a m nil of said decedents stock farming utensil and three hundred acres of corn in the field Oil Friday Sept 15 1905 beginning at nine oclock n m we will sell the household and kituheivfnruitnre in the late residence of the Ladies are especial ly invited to bo present at Fridays sale For particulars as to the sale of personalty refer once is here made to separate sale bill On Thursday Sept 14 05 IMMEDIATELY AFTER NOON LlNCH Lisa acres of land will be offered for sale in eight separate tracts The trasts comprise the part of the farm of Major John D Harris and is a splendid body of fertile blue grass land conveniently located qn tbe Lancaster and Menelaus turnpike roads iu Madlsou ty three miles from y ai on he L N railroad with a plat farm In the front yard of the main residence We will first offer LOT Xq 10 on plat contain On tract is wood vvlilcli is oue of best improve and fine of the largest unc is the most beautiful located brIck rMdence in Central Kentucky There are Ipcatefl on this tract all necessary put bqildlngs aq a very large tobacco barn We treat otTer LOT 9 per plat tanjng IpG acres All is in grass except weqty acres n tqbaccq a good brick ltveliig hoise is ocaed theregu Then we iv JI offer salt lots Xoa 9 and 10 to getlier and the Slime will be soul iu tint man ner bringing the most money We will then offer Lots Nos 2 3 and 4 per plat separately and thun together and will sell the saute in the mourner bringing the most money These four lots are known as the Old Place where Major John D Harris they are located three mules from Richmond Ky on the Lancaster turnpike and are all in blue grass and there are four houses on the snrne and one large tobacco barn 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 Xos 1 and so that Nos 2 and 4 will have a free and ample passway to the Lancaster tnrnpIke road These foqr IQts combined contain cOt acres and together mal aone of the best and most productive farms of that sjze n MguHsou cpun ty Ky If Is yell yatcred here being tliercttu a good pond anti a large never failing spring We will neat offer LOT No S per plat eon fining 301 acres This tract has a half mile frontage on the Meuelaus turnpike road is well watered and will make n very desirable farm either alone or In connection with any of the other tracts already referred to it being convenient to all A good tenant house is 10 i catcdou this tract a good pond and a never I falling spring We will then otter LOT No 6 of 101 acre I This is kuoivu as the Duncau laud there is no more fertile laijc It corners to Duucaiu non Station oil the L N railroad rind l ou a good county road The sale ot these lands will present one of the best opportunities ever offered in Madison county safe and profitable investment of capital or the acquiring of splendid homes They are all located convenient to the county seat are bounded by excellent turnpike roads or on the L N railroad there being two stations on the farm are convenient to churches and the best schools arid are in one of the grandest farming communities in the state TERMS Possession of the Blythewood residence ou yard and garden will be given Immediate at utter sale lull possession of the residue 01 the property to he sold will be given on or Jan 1st 190C but purchasers will have the right to enter and sow small grain and to fence erect buildings or make other Improve ment on the lands during the fall of 1903 One third of the purchase money will be du and payable December 30th 1905 and the re maining purchase money will be due and pay able in three equal Installments in six twelve and eighteen months from Dec 30th 1903 ant will be required to execute notes with good security payable to the executors DY fin lId Co on pike OF lecedJllI larger countKyIeginnnirg lug lOJacret this the o eon this anti lather lived con- venIently Iud Ky for bluegrass before purchasers J j c lj Meter ipenitcit Blytlic will 5 I I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTk ilOO bottle contains 2K times the trial size which for 50 E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO DYSPEPSIA CURE sells cents PSSPACEO ONLY AT THE tAPORATOCY OF ILL Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar- For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster bearing legal Interest from ill paid and tt lien will be retained to secure the unpaid purchase money and Interest de l to be executed on first piijniiif jurehimoney I Said lands will be sold without reserve or bybid and the stiles will be absolute titlegood Farm can be reachul by train leaving I Richmond on Li N railroad at Si a m aidreturning leaves front yard of residence at 5 p m For Hither particulars address C Mi upon the farm and would he glad to show the j same to all partfes desiring to inspect the land i or personalty S II STONE CM CLAY T JCTUTIS Executors of J I Harris deceased XBBlue prints showing survey of the above land can lo found at all hank in Richmond Public Sale Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Firming huple ments Household and Kitchen Furniture Tire undersigned as executors of Major Jno D Harris deceased will sell on Thursday Sept 14 1905 and Friday Sept 15 1905 beginning cue h day at the hour of 9 oclock a m the following property vz IS work 2 yearling mules brood mares by Black and one by Kin Richard yearling two yearold horses iveinlliig colts igood driving horseslS extra good young jacks and 20 jennets 12 milk cows and calves 3 year ling heifers 5 yearling steers 1 Shorthorn lullito head of export cattle numerous funning implements consisting of wngons binders mowers cultivators plows haruessplowgear hay rakes also 1 carriage 2 buggies 2 sets of buggy harness I cattle scale I platform soale Ji hemp brakes MO acres of corn iu the tie id 1 stacks of hay anti seven large ticks of straw Lunch will be served at 12 oclock anil diately after the lunch l2x acres of lurid in separate parcels will be sold from the front porch of the residence See separate sale bill for the laud uric andterms On Friday Sept 15 1905 at nine oclock a In we will sell the house annul kitchen furniture of said decedent of hell room parlor and library sits complete carpets nml rugs a very handsome old mahogouy title board tattle and chairs also china and tahlu ware 1 hall set hat rack 1 large mfrrorvery handsome window curtains also 1 nearly new Majestic Cooking Itango and all kitchen fumiturt In short all fie furniture of every kind of this magnifi cent country homestead This sale will be made without reserve or anti will be absolute Ladies lire particn arly Invited for the second day when the household and kitchen furniture will be sold Tire farm eau be reached by the railroad from Richmond Ky The train leaves Rich Ky at 83o aud returning leaves tilt front yard of residence at 5 p m TERMS All articles bringing it and less must be paid for Iu cash For all articles overdo the chasers shill execnte notes with good gecuri ty payable to the executors on Dec SO lM interest until maturity Terms of sale must be complied with before moving property S T j cnrns Executors I For particulars as to land sale see separate bill j j iitir lilo I1n I orTt OF I torte i bid f C CLY II I J Cl Stat hoer m wi hey nun 9 innirrel nI inns ld dinning ood ito thout e M STONE lbGLASSts HOWES TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar man so as to give a clearer field of vision other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer no other glasses afford and which can be only by those wino have tried them They arewlthout question the most scientifi cally constructed have ever been made and when manic BIFOCALS 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