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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1905 u ij f l f 1 YEAR NUMBBB t ti- BEEE1yrJI I your and Guttering REPAIRED Ve do first class work at reasonable I rates Dont Put It Off Hdselden JfI 1ItWfIJ rvDuring summer months we offer Special argainsI Furniture We can furnish your house from cellar garret and with our easy payment system You Never Miss the Money A Please remember when you need furniture that Were the P ople to See I Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley Co Beazley Undertaker If t Have Roofing IJR i IN- f i to i JA 4rtcrial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Ondertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone ill tic OCa n t a to a CD =4 iU5E MARKS IISTIX CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best Salesman C BOCJS WmHerndon G Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store DAVIDSON Attorney At law Once over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS i X LeastWear cEo I L I RL G4 Soouuss aass ssr I e r Dentist Office over store Danville st I i Coat Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We will sell lots 100 to 200 bush els of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jelhco Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal lie H B Northcott I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Star For sale at Frisbies Drug Store Your subscription solicited 187tf Howard Withers t i Ge Times i Seml Cannel Local Notes Commonwealths Attorney Hardin has tied a double bowknot in the ti gers tail and proposes that it shall stay there Heres success to you Charles The Ladies of the Fork church will give a supper at the parsonage on Wednesday 13 Admission 35c There will be no lunch sent out untill after the supper Lecates In Middlesboro Miss Cordie Hamilton has opened a millinery store in Middlesboro She is an expert in thisbusiness and a most deserving young lady Preaching In Old Home Eld F M Tinder left Monday morn ing for Oxford Scott where he will hold a meeting of ten days or two weeks Mr Tinder was born there and the return to the scenes of his child hood will lyable indeed To The Ladles After Oct 1 the price of the Ladies Hume Journal will be advanced to but if you will before that time I can get this splendid publication for the next year for only one dollar Remember any order given before the 1st will save twentyfive cents as the price will be advanced at that time Mrs Dollie Brown at Jo sephs store Dont Stand Him Off Mr Ware McRoberts wno been employed as collector while ye editor crippled meeting with fairly good success though some people seem to think we can employ him make to twentyfive trips for one paltry dollar Dont look at it this way but go down into your jeans and settle with the young man when he calls He is not woking for his health To Preach Sunday Rev J R Farris will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning at 1045 and New Antioch in noon so Bro Tinder writesThe Record from Georgetown He adds My meeting starts well here Had two confessions the first service Am a delightful stav Want A Gold Watch Free eke P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf Meeting With Success The many friends of Mayor Ed Bish op are delighted to know that he is meeting with much success in dispos ing of the lumber on his land near Somerset Mr Bishop has been there for some time but came home Mon day night to the meeting of the City Council He returned yesterday to re main about fifteen days Circuit Court The last week of circuit court has been a busy one and the dockets will be well cleared The case of J R Mount against the L and N Railroad was continued until next term Dump Wallacewas fined 540 in several cases for selling whisky and also given 90 days in jail Ilarve Kennedy was fined 00 in each of two cases for same of fense and sent to jail Field Work For C E The state Christian Endeavor has secured the services of Clyde E van der Maaten as field for the state of Kentucky and he will begin his work Sept 11 We un derstand he is thoroughly qualified for the place and will do much good work lIe will visit the differntorganizations in the state and devote his entire time to the work His address is 2206 Strap ton ave Louisville Negro Commits Suicide Henry Jones a colored man who near Buckeye committed sui night at his home The darkey had been in poor health for time had lost several head of stock his crops were almost a failure and despondency completely his mind He was a hard working honest man and respected by all who knew him The manner chosen to make way with himself was a very sin gular one indeed He made a loop or slipknot placing it about his neck and tied the rope to a post not higher than his head By pulling back the knot tightened and he fell the rope being just long enough to hold his head off the ground and strangle him to death Is Doing Good Our people are delighted with the good work being done by Common wealths Attorney Charles Hardin in prosecuting the blind tiger people He has not only secured a number of convictions but proposes to see that the sentences of the court turtle out He has been up against stiff opposition but has convicted many of the operators and the fact that the guilty will not be allowed to wiggle out of paying the fines or doing time in jail will be hailed with delight by every lover and order Mr Har din has the thanks of tbe bast element of the those who want the law enforced and The Record joins with people in congratulating him upon the stand taken night Sept county be 125 giye meyourorder at3 secretary some unbalanced flaw Oiunity these he Las cnj has the alter expecting Association resided Work are t g The library is open every Tuesday evening from 7 to 8 oclock and on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 tf The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs Martha Frisbie Monday afternoon at 230 Business of importance will be transacted and a full attendance is requested Miss Jennie Arnold left last week for St Louis to be with her sister Mrs Rothwell who was seriously and pain fully injured in getting off a street car She started to cross the street when an automobile struck her She was bruised and badly hurt but at last reports was doing as well as could be expected Mrs Rothwell is also a sis ter of Mr Ike Arnold of this city Republican Convention Pursuant to a call of the Chairman of the Eighteenth Senatorial District a convention of the of Garrard is hereby called to be held at in Lewis Walkers office in Garrard County on Saturday Sept 9th 1905 at 2 oclock P M standard time at which convention the vive voce system of voting will be used in select ing delegates to attend a convention which is to be held in Hustonville Saturday September 16th 1905 at 130 r M for the purpose of nominating a republican candidate in Eighteenth Senatorial District of Kentucky to be voted for at the November Election Garrard County is entitled to 14 del egates R H Batson Chm Garrard County Republican Com The Press League The Eight District Press League met in Nicholasville Friday ad jpted bylaws etc and transacted quite a lot of business of interest to the craft Big hearted Harpy McCarty bless his old soul untiring in entertaining and several have told us they never spent a more enjoyable day The League will meet in Harrodsburg the first week in December The edi tor of The Record was forced by illness to miss the meeting Railroad Fare Reduced The management of the L and N who by the way are always trying to do the right thing by our people have reduced the fare to Louisville via Win chester and Lexington to the same as that of Rowland andStanford and it is now 310 either way You can leave Lancaster at 514 am go by Winchester and reach Louisville at 11 am and you can leaye Louisville at 2 pm and get to Lancaster at 826 pm and it will cost no more than by going through Rowland Tills improvement is the result of the visit to the officials by the committee some weeks ago and the good work will or ought to be appreciated by the traveling public The matterwas figured out as usual by JohnFarra about the only genuine hustler for improvements old Lancas ter has School Opens The largest bunch of youngsters ever assembled at the Graded School lined up before Prof Mannix Monday morning to be enrolled for the years work and as one whosawitsaid each pupil looked like he meant business As stated in last issue of The Record everything was in applepie order and ready for the puplis and it required little time to get down to work The classes were formed and today the school is running as smoothly as if it bad been in session for three months Prof Manix Is systematic in everything and so thorough a disciplinarian that there is no disorder among the great throng of children and each urchin respects and obeys the teachers The total enrollment Monday morning was 225 but quite a number have entered throughout the week and more will Monday The people as a rule have little idea of the magnitude of this school and few know of the com plet courses of study or the extent of the studies It is one of the very few schools which prepare students to enter State College one of its diplomas being all necessary for admission to this institution The people of Lancaster should visit the School all are welcome at any time and see the good it is doing Fast Trials at Lexington With Lexingtons big trotting meet ing now less than a month off and the Kentucky State Fair at which there will be a number of good trot ing and pacing races almosr at hand trainers there anxious to bin their horses The first part of the past week favorable to fast work but during the latter part of the week there were numerous heavy raius that kept them indoors a great deal of tbe time The fastest work done during the week by a Futurity shown by Evania a three year old daughter of Clay King in the stable of W W Evans trotting a mile in 2121 Evans will prouably start her at Col umbus September 20 in the Kentucky Stock Farms Futurity and it is the belief of horsemen here that that wit ner of that event will have beat Evania Ladles Tailors Department R H Batson has employed a Modlst this season who makes a specialty of Ladies Tailor Made Garments Sat isfaction Guarnteed That cannot bemanly which is not moral For every mean man that dies at least two more born weT U voters wits th boys by way comenext ady was addate was Lancaster are S1AKKSUOUY Mrs John Bryant has been ill Ham Aldridgebas rented the proper ty belonging to Wm Royston Mrs Smith Urton has just recovered from a very severe spell of illness Mr and Mrs Vic Rice and little daugh ter Stella spent with the home folks Mrs Nannie of Hickman is tho pleasanst guest of her sister Mrs lcle Kemper Prof Atchison and wife of Danville were the guests of C M Jenkins and family Wednesday Miss Lee Herring has returned home after a weeks visit to Miss Kate Den ton of Paint Lick Mrand J W Smpsongaveadining a few friends last Wednesday in honor of Dr and Mrs Chaisbohm of S C Roop and children of Car tersville will spend this week with her husband who is engaged in some work here Tom Barker left last week for Ore gon where he has gone to purchase a farm with a view of location there in the near future Little Lenard Gordon and Irene Al dridge of Lancaster have returned home afterseveral weeks visit to their cousin Miss Rose Aldridge M F Route has bought back his farm which he recently sold to of Winchester Isis friends are glad he has decided to remain here BUYANTSyiLLE Mrs Mote Scott has been sick for several days Clay Dunn sold a pair of mules to C M Jenkins for 335 Mr T E Adams of Sharpsburgspent a tew days here this week Mrs Mattie Stanwood of Danville is visiting Mrs J W Glass Mrs John Bryant who has been sick for several days is improving Dr W M Elliott has returned home after spending several weeks in Chica goMiss Mayme Lee Ballard will go to Lexington in a few days for a visit to friendsProf Milton Elliott has returned to Lexington after spending several weeks here Dr E B Johns one of Lexingtons leading physicians was here a few days ago mingling with old friends Miss Virginia King and guest Mrs Colton of Virginia visited the Misses Boner and Miss Mayme Ballard last weekMrs Sparks and daughter Miss of Nicholasville and Miss Ma rietta Crow of Louisville have been visiting Mrs J W Glass The Misses Patton entertained a number of their friends very delight fully Friday evening in honor of their guest Miss Venice Walker of Atlan ta Ga The teachers association of this dis trict was held Saturday at the school house and proved a success in every way Among the visitors were Profs Grinstead and Wingate of Danville and Elliott of Lexington PAINT LICK Mrs Mary E Galloway of Lexington spent last week with relatives here Mr Richard Jones of Union South Carolina is visiting his father W B JonesDr C A Fish of Frankfort spent Tuesday with his parents Mr and Mrs W C Fish Miss Amanda Anderson of Lancas ter was the guest of Mr and Mrs Robt Sallee last week Miss Lee Herring of Marksbury is the charming visitor of Miss Forrest Denton this week Mrs Lizzie Shumate returned home Saturday from Danville where she has been visiting Mrs Bettie Lackey nee Francis of Emma Texas is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James B Francis W G Kemper our efficient cashier returned from West Virginia last week where he made a business trip Misses Ludie Rothwell and Louella Arnold of city were visitors of Mr and Mrs W S Fish Saturday and SundayE shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati last Saturday for which he paid 5ic perlb The car of hogs 71 in number averaged 337 Mr Brutus Cobb died last Friday morning at the home of Mis John Ter ry after a lingering illness of several months His remains were interred in Richmond cemetery Saturday at 12 attended by a large con couse of relatives and friends He was a brother of Mrs John Terry of this place Seed Wheat We have now in stock 9 varieties of seed wheat which we offer to the far mers at reasonable prices Also clover and timothy seed all kind of field seed Would be pleased to have you call and see us and look at our seed wheat We have the very best tf H A B Marksbury Son Some men seem to have the horse less brand of horse sense some people do good deeds there are extenuating circumstances I Saturday Danville your o lock When Stark Mr Tucker Elizabeth lbs j NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS State and county taxes arc due You will save expense by settling NOW WL Lawson S G C BUCKEYE Leslie Teater quite sick at this writing Louis Ray bought a horse of Pren tlss Walker for Mr R L Brown is erecting a new ad dition to his dwelling Mr Robert Witte who has been ill of fever is improving slowly John Foster sold a good mule colt to Geo HigLinbotham price 95 Mr and Mrs Alex Miles are with friends at Crab Orchard this week Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Lexing ton is with her sister Mrs Ebb Dick ersonWalker Bradshaw sold a nice pair of work mules to Mr Ross of Paint Lick for 8210 Rev C S Ellis will fill his regular ap pointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr DickBurton wife and baby nisi ted her parents Mr and Mrs J P Long last week W T Noel delivered a nice bunch of yearling mules to Mr Underwood at 80 per head Mr Robt Long and Mr andMrs Pren tiss Walker returned home Saturday from Crab Orchard Mr Jim Jones and family of Lancas ter were visiting Mr and Mrs Boone Saunders last Wednesday Misses Fannie Mae and Helen Miles entertained a number of friends at a social last Tuesday evening Miss Cleo Royce of McCreary was the pleasant guest of her aunt Mrs Walker Bradshaw last week Miss Rovesta Lee Turner was visit ing her parents Mr and Mrs Tom at Bourne Saturday and Sunday wife and daughter leer accompanied by Mr and Mrs Jno Teater spent last week at Crab Or chard Springs A fresh line of Lowneys candies just received at Wards 2t Cash paid for eggs at Wards 2t Bring in your country 2t W H Ward Headquarters for dinner baskets uncU boxes pen and ink pencils lead and slate at Wards Grocery t We not only meet but beat any bodys prices Quality considered 2t W II Ward I I 130 Turner Mr Thumps lull bacon l I remains Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co 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 Dont select your fall DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS ETC until you see our stock THE Joseph Mercantile Co f f Iioo i O6OOOOOOO000000000 OO 0 0 0 0000 0 I a 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 I uIi HERETHEY COME COST Walkover Oxfords at Cost 350 Grade for 295 400 Grade for 325 Your size is here Come and get it Bargains In Hot Weather Clothing We have a nice line of two piece suits in Crashes and Worsteds at wonderfully low prices Bargains In Straw Hats We have just received a nice line of hot weather shirts in all the latest patterns Nice Line of Underwear Everything new and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us H T LOGAN 11r I III III- II AT II I III I I cri- I II I I I I III IIIII III I U J1 4 4 r u tt iMi eNer t re r M tl 1tM l I t111111 WV A 4 1 rte I 5 Faculty G P SIMMONS PresidentHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud McBtirneyU- nhvrsity of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Breuau College English Language ana Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth College and Gerard Conservatory Music Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson 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 J J rgjjli XfJ I e o Literatur- eS S I o m S Departmen- tS Elocution o I d Piano American 4 p t E L Woods PresU W C Fish Vice Prest V G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick IXCORPO HATED A YAAJ I II Statmt condition June 30 190a KESOUHCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due from banks lAl Banking House and Lot 1500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 i B r r LIABILITES Capital Stock 1 000 00 Deposits 5333 34 8J300 26 103K 60 10 Mortgages 00 497 13 731S9 S 47 Individual CAPITAL 16rooooo SURPLUS 533334 I DIREC71OnsI M COY RGGUYN J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance BUGGIES AT FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros II j i nrurnrnrnrnrnrnrnrnrnrnrm nrnrnrnmrmnrnr Ecosxwiu U E mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmm mnimmm rnrmnr mnrnrmmmnrmnnvnnnnrnrnr u uu u uuuiuu u uiu u uuiu uuuuwu MADISON INSTITUTE Should be Patronized by People of Garrard County 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 papularixe 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 arc 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 I 3rJWfNJJfI1lfl lflilJIilqjNlffjl r Itt Lf ffJflJjffil lmlillL X the- Examine 1 ooeeee oo ooo CENTRAL RECORD Jsstued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster KV ca SecondClass Matt Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association n and Lancaster Ky September 8 1905 Every county pays out thousands of dollars annually to prevent crime and States pay out millions for that pur pose This money is paid to sheriffs judges jailers and the man who works the scaffold and the cost is toilette off of the tax payers in proportion to the amount of property they own They can not and do not refuse to pay this heavy tax for the man pos sessed of the most goods is most in need of protection from the criminal class and is the most keenly interested in the prevention of crime But if no objection is or can be urged to the payment of this tax why object to the payment of the school tax which has the same object in prevention of crime and which has a more po tent effect than all the courts and criminal laws in the country For this reason education is promoted by nations and by people and inasmuch as he who needs and receives the greatest protection should pay in pro portion thereto there can be no more equitaole way of distributing the cost than by that of taxation on property Schools are for the common good of the community for the betterment of the moral religious and financial in terests of the entire people and a man had as well object to paying a court house tax because he has no cases to be tried or a road tax because he sel dom uses the roads or a bridge tax because he lives in another section I I viewthe crIminalsand I E I VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore ii of the county The benefits we derive from the gen eral prosperity of a community is the debt we liquidate when we pay a tux for better schools and we have no right to say that each man is alone obligated to educted his own children for the education of children is a debt upon the community as much as it is upon the parent The community which fails to pro vide good schools is derelict of duty just as the parent who to do so with the difference that the is able to provide the facilities while the parent unfortunately often is to do so The editors of the Stanford Interior Journal and Danville News are quar reling like so many big Tom cats each claiming to have the best town to move away from we believe Come boys Newspaper fights played out a long time ago and beside you are taking up a lot of good time and valu able space to get back at one We admit that you have the right to be disconsolate by having to live in either town but smoother your trou bles and dont pull hair When up against a tough proposition whistle and make the best of it It was a cruel canard about the gov ernment of glorious United States being called on to pay 500 for an ink stand for the vice presidents desk The stand turns out to be a modest affair costing a meager 250 Thus the story of extravagance meets a death The Plttsburg Dispatch of the future of Theodore Roosevelt This is not a matter for anyone to oe concerned about The opinion is more or less general that come what may Mr Roosevelt will be well able to care for himself An Iowa preacher says that he can golf without using profane language We wouldnt think it would be any fun to play the game if gagged all the time Every girl that ever went with a bachelor leans to the belief that he re mains single on her account Whenever a city chap eats at a coun try hotel he always asks the girl wait er to bring him to mahtoes PKEAU11ERSV1LLK Mr J A and Joe Hayden were here last week Mrs Mary has returned to her home in Jellico Mr Irvine Blankinship has returned home from Indiana Mr Ed Fraley of Virginia is Cummins- J L Anderson and J B Hutchins are in the mountains buying cattle J M Cress bought twenty fat hogs from the Evans estate for of cts Dr D W Falkiner and family spent Sunday with J P Rogers and family J P Ballard sold some stock hogs to W B Bennet for six cents per pound- J M Cress bought some fat cattle in Rockcastle first of the week for 21 cts J P Rogers has bought Mrs Bells house and lot of fourteen acres for 300 Rev R FJordan left Monday for Cov ington to attend the annual Confer enceMrs George King was visiting Mrs W B Moss at Laiicasterone day last weekJno W Cummins left for Tyrone last week where he has been assigned dutyMr Blankenship one of our oldest citizens is in very poor health at this time Miss Hallie Brown has been visiting her aunt at Stanford for a few days and Holtzclaw sold two hun at Nicholasville last week for 375 per head Mrs Eva Gray of Lebanon is spend ing a days with her father and Mr and Mrs W P Dishon Rev W M C Hutchins has been the North Concord Associa thou at Wasiqto and visiting his par ents at Baileys deserved asksWhat Elmore visit- Ing MrSamp dredewes attending f fails community notable another Mrs Dr Brown mother Switch- G KlitKSVlLLE Miss Marget llagan was a pleasant visitor hear Suuday Fillmore Arbuckle Jr is here ming ling with old friends Mr Dave Henry and wife was with home folks here Sunday Mr Davis Wiseman Is with home folks in Irvin this week Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville is visiting Mrs Joe Simmons Mr and Mrs Nat Cotton visited rela tives at Vally View last week Miss Mary Ham of Ruthton visited her sister Mrs Sanford last week Business Education Short hand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Miss Julia Ross and Janie Todd of Richmond were visitors here Sunday Teachers Course Shorthand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Shorthand can be completed in 30 days write J B Secrest Kirksville Ky 4t Miss Sula Pruitt of Kansas City Mo is with her parenst Mr and Mrs Wil liam Pruitt Bookkeeping Shorthand and Type writing at Kirksville Secrest Acade my 4t Mr Tomps Hill of McCreary was a pleasant visitor at Mr Nat Cottons Saturday and Sunday Short hand can be completed at the Kirksville school in 30 days The cost is nominal 4t Miss Lula Wheeler and Stella Hen dren will enter school at Madison In stitute next week A very successful meeting is now in progress at the Christian church much interest is manifested Three new teachers have been added to the faculty of the College book keeping shorthand and music 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 STONE MrsEllis Mathews is among the sick Leonard Cobb bought one mare for 63C M Moberly sold to Mr Carson nine shoats for 18 H C Fowler bought of Walter Fain one gelding for 140 F N Folger bought a fiveyearold harness mare for 125 Leonard Cobb sold to L L Sanders one threeyearold mare for 80 Mr Mat Folger bought of H C Foller fitfyfive acres of land price 1200 Mr and Mrs Luther Burdett are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy G B Preston sold some stock hogs av rage 150 pounds to Clate Arnold at 575 per hundred- F N Folger sold to Mr Dorton two steer calves for 32 The same bought of Elberry Osbourne two calves fur 32Mr Silas Mathews and Miss Sandusky East drove over to Nicnolasvllle and were married by Judge Phillips We wish them a long happy life M rs Mary Faun had the misfortune of getting her collar bone broken by be ing thrown from a horse She is very well at this writing Attacked by a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until with sores a Chicago conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use itin my fatnilywrites G J Welch of Teconsha Mich and find it per fect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at McRorbets drug store 1m Borrowed trouble commands the highest rate of interest Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got off who after having contracted constipation or indigestion Is still able to perfectly restore his health will do this but Dr Kings New Pills A quick certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c atJicRoberts drug store 1m l I I r rest- Ing covered street car and teacher Nothing pleasant guaranteed Expenses The school year is divided into two terms of nine teen weeks each The expenses per tern are as fallen 5 Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week 5T CO Tuition in College Department 30 OC Tuition in Academic Department A 2500 Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 Tuition in Primary Department 1500 Piano with use Instruments for practice Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week Vocal Music two lessons per week 3000 Drawing pencil orcrayon 20 00 Oil Painting 2000 Bookkeeping 15 00 Elocution private lessons 2 00 Dclsarte 10 00 Diploma 10 00 Certificate of garduation in any department Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils in all departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their regular school work A reduction will also be made for the benefit of boarding pupils who are absent from Friday to r 0X0iXfj Wj ffJJ jJff1fjiJfjifffif1ff1 J lIJ I 0 30 00 I 25 04 W 00 rJjjr L 1rvI0Jtil YIJJtJl TffJJffj0I010 J1JJi0JflJfllfJ nWw IIrtOJ i 1 r 0 MondayS Field Seedfurnish strictly nice Seed Rye Timothy Etc E E ID 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 Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass lilt ratltI U I U U I I I Whet I F I I I I IA JWl fV tl Ir JJi1I8IiJiJ 1mI Ie I 1 I Fz Stormes Drug Kentucky Stale Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reports j 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 especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 E Send remittance to I W P WALTON Mgr 1 Th I I a I i i I I i I I I I 1 l Published I t 1 1 a t- li cr BOWLING C GREEN KY dog w Paint Store Southern Normal School Bowling Greet Business College and National School of Telegraphy IH H CHERRY Bowling Ky Law Commerclalalld Special and Journal Free I UATES POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Addmsa Green SwttMa Sdesttpe Classic 8Cataloywa Provident i Headquarters OLIVER and VULCAN r I For I I I Plows Moult Elkin OOOQOOOQOO44OQ4O4OO OOOO O 4O Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Miss Pearl Ashley is visiting friends in Lebanon Miss Joan Mount is visiting friends at Lagrange Ky Earle Ward of Cincinnati is relatives here Rev C S Ellis is visiting his old home in Butler county Mr Banks Hudson was in the moun tains on business this week Miss Alice Walker has returned from a visit to Nicholasville Jesse Arnold has returned from sev eral months stay in Chicago Miss Cora Adams of Livingston is the guest of Miss May Magee Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor has returned from a visit to Danville relatives Mr R E Hughes and wife have re turned to their home in Louisville Miss Anna Jackson of Lexington the guest of Miss Bessie Mae Lear Mr R G Ward who has been visit icing here has returned to Cincinnati M rs J A Amon and Miss Norine Henry were visitors in Lexington this week Ed Williams was on Mondays train going to North Middletown to enter CollegeMr Collier of Middlcsboro is visiting his parents Mr James Col lier and wife Messrs Thurston West Cosby Logan and Leonard Miller were in Crab Or chard Sunday Miss Lily Williams of Crab Orchard was the guest of Miss Ruth Under wood Monday W J Kinnaird and family after a visit to relatives here have returned to Middlesboro Miss Lizzie Beazley has returned from a delightful visit to relatives in Los Angeles Cal Mrs W S Beazley and little son Wil ham of Los Angeles Cal are guests of relatives here Mr Samuel Ward who has been vis iting his aunt Mrs John Magee has returned to Louisville Misses and Cora Ward after spending the summer here have returned to Cincinnati Misses Mamie Bastin arid AnnelJ Tomlinson left this week to enter Ila germanCampbell college Miss May Magee has returned from a visit to relatives in Livingston Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard Miss Mary Forman of Alabama has arrived to spend the winter with J IS Emma Soper visiting J l r t 1 J f her aunt Mrs Joe Falconer Mr Henley Bastin and bride were visitors of Mis C F Denman of Nlch ville and attended the fair Mr and Mrs R H Batson have re turned from Chicago with a beautiful line of fall and goods Mrs Sam Ilaselden and baby have returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicho lasvilleMrs Burnett and Miss Addle Ar nold have returned home after a two weeks visit at Lawrenceburg and Shel byvilleMrs Kennedy and daughter Miss Gussie who have been spending the summer with Mrs Banks Hudson re turned to Lexington Monday Misses Theo Hemphill and Irene Romans left Tuesday for Richmond Miss Hemphill will teach music and Miss Romans will enter school Misses Violet Nora and Corine Pres ton and Grace Burks of Louisville have returned from Shelbyvillewhere they were guests during the fair Mr and Mrs Charles Davis of Leba non Juction and Adolph Joseph ot Cincinnati are expected this week for a visit to their parents Mrs and Mrs Jacob Joseph Mr and Mrs C M Dulaney and Miss Emma Dulaney who have been attractive guests of Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have gone to Crab Or chard Springs to spend several weeks Somerset Journal Misses Kathe rine and Hallcne Arnold daughters of Prof A J Arnold of Garrard coun ty are guests of Mrs Flynn for the week much to the pleasure of one of the Journals attaches Lewis Gill of Lancastea and Mr Sparks of NIch olasville were guests of John Thitch er Geo Smith of Lancaster enjoy ed two days with the fair at the Fair Danville J C Boner who was very seriously hurt not long since is reported much better to day and it is believed that he has excellent chance for recovery Messrs Wal ler Iludsonand Lewis Gill of Lancas ter graduates of the class of 05 were in the city yesterday visiting friends They will go to Princeton University this year to resume their studies A postal card received by The from County Attorney William J Price tells of his trip along the coast of California in company with the other members of the party Mr Price is expected home the latter part of the week North Dakota Dickinson Press Mrs P A Millard and Miss Lucretia Skinner of Gladstone were in Dickin son on Wednesday in the interest of a Christian church which is soon to be erected in their village The teachers who have been engaged for the Versip pi district are Miss Lucretia Skinner and A Skinner sister and brother Mr Skinner has a home stead between the two schools and his sister keeps house for him in addition to taking care of her work in school 1 of the district Miss Skinner will be remembered I daughter AdvocateMr winter Advocate f 1 y 1RUBEROID ROOFING I BIG FOUR 111 Barn Door Hanger I Hinges and Nails I Get Our tY k t j Prices LH2S000 Robinson here as popular telephone tot and het friends are rejoiced over her Success In the far west Mr Will Bettis of Fairmount W Va is here for a few days visit to relativesJake Dearinger flagman on the night trains was here this week as witness In a case in court Capt C S Grove of Covington was here Wednesday attending court He is one of the most popular conductors the K C has ever had his polite atten tion to passengers and strict atten tion to business having made a friend of all the patrons of his train When Cap Grove was in charge good or der was always maintained In Memoriam On the evening of August 15th as the last rays of the setting sun lit up the hill tops the spirit of Miss Fannie Royston took its flight to the mansions in the Heavenly Father Although for three long weeks death had hovered over her we could not be leave she would have to go So young so beautiful such bright hopes for many years of usefulness and happi ness so many friends so very much to live for surely death would pass her by But God knows best and always does best we cannot under stand and finding her ready to obey the summons called her home For several hours before she passed away she called to friends on the oth er side waved her hand and smiled as she too entered the portal we call Death She was one of those bright creatures who always diffuse good cheer and sunshine wherever she went None but those who knew her well can estimate the loss the sustains in the death of Fan nie Rovston The sick and afflicted the aged and poor will miss her kind attentions The church where she at tended since early childhood will miss her presence at its services Her Bi ble could it but feel would miss her daily reading for from its pages came her inspiration for good deeds The social circle will miss a leader and a favorite but in the home will the loss be greatest A father and two sisters are all who are left of that once happy family the mother having gone to her reward some four years ago The sympathy of a legion of friends go out to them in these dark hours We would point to them the promises of God for earth has no sorrow H can not heal Though now we greatly miss her presence we are to know that she is not lost to us forever but gone before to meet us again when the mists have cleared away in the morn ing of the resurrection We desire to use the columns of The Record to express our heartfult thank to our friends for their many deeds f kindness during our recent trouble These things are treasured in our hearts and will never be forgotten Wm Royston and family In Memorirm On the 6th of August the Angel of Death entered the happy home of Mr Joe Bowman and bore away his belov ed wife Mellie She was In the 36th year of her age and a member of the Baptist church In early child hood she gave herself to Jesus obeying the divine injunction Be ye also ready She had a complication of diseases and was a great sufferer Hers was truly a beautiful life Energetic and indus trious in her home kindhearted and social she had a legion of warm friends How hard it is to chronicel the death of one to whom life was so sweet Besides a kind husband she leaves a mother and three brothers to mourn her loss Dear mother we know yourheart is heavy with grief but you weep not as those who have no hope she is not dead Her spirit is now resting in the Arms of Jesus Let the sunshine of Gods love till your hearts and perfect you in love that you all may be fully prepared to meet your dear one in the land where there pain no sorrow no death but all is joy and peace After appro priate remarks the remains were consigned to the grave in the Lancas ter cemetery Pay of Ambassadors Ambassadors of the first rank are those sent to England France Ger many and Russia They are paid each 17500 a year Those sent to Austria and Italy get 12000 Ministers are paid from 5000 to 12000 The ambassador to Washington gets 65000 or 32500 At Paris the ambassador is paid 9000 at St Petersburg 7500 or 375000 Berlin and Vienna 8000 or 40000 each at Rome 7000 or 3500 In every case the British government owns its em bassy buildings while the United States has none but is forced to rent SHORTEST AND FASTEST LINES FROM LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE- TO ST LOUIS AND THE WEST Two TrainsDally Follows Leave Lexington 610 a m Louis yule 900 m Arrive St Louis 612 pmCarrying vestibuled coaches and cafeobservatlon parlor car Meals a la carte through without change Lexington 530 p m Louis ville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 732 a m Carrying reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change Reserve sleeping car berths at 111 East Main street Lexington 234 Fourth avenue Louisville Ky or r opera thehomeof though butsleepeth ISno British British SOUTHERN RAIL a KY i No i UnionDepots i t our community WAY Leave free rr j 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 2i miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price 855 per acre small barn cheap at 1000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at or will sell the 78 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn good cot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion 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 junction of two pike splendid frame housenew barn well watered good 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 acreNo acres a fine place near town at 100 per acre No 132 250 acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state or 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 hnprovemenns well watered 50 per acre No 140yl9S acres on Dix river near Bryantsville strong soil well improv ed frame house stock barn and other out buildings cheap at 6000 per acre No 141 155 acres all first class land in high state of cultivation tine im No acres near Bryantsville 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 for sale or for rent for 190G we can suit renters and purchasers tf PUBLIC SALE I will offer to the highest and best bidder on my farm H miles West of Bryantsvllle on the Buena Vista road SATURDAY Sept 9 1905 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 imple ments of all kinds harness two wag ons etc Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock a Mary Belle Scott tf FARMS FOR SALE ff T Eiim Real Estate Apqr Harrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms below and many others iu Mercler and ad sell your property If you list it the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike near Shakerlown Mercer Co Ky well Improved Is fine land for hemp tobacco wheat etc CO an acre CO acres 1 mile of Burgin on pike good erty very well improved at an acre 130 acres on county road 8 miles of Harrods burg near pike well improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 40 acres flue laud on pike near Salvisa Mer cer Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod eru resideuci etc 3600 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 Harrodsbnrg on pike nice residence barns fruit lays well produces fine crops 35 au acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco land 7 miles from Ilarrodsburg ou pike walnut woodland improvements poor laud worth 100 an acre price 65 an acre 101 acres on pike 2 miles from Harrodsbnrg a nice home good land cottage etc 6000 310 acres fine river bottom farm 5 miles from Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco laud grows any crop woodland nicely improved 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good crops well improved at 3C acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms 166 and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop 60 acreWrite for my list containing Farm Bargains office near Court House Harrodsburg Ky Business and Bargains Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 714 Ilaselden Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 8 4 tf W J 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 T7 Morrow McRoberts Please return our wire fence and get reward 714 Haselden Robinson Sewing Machine 011 Just received new lot of sewing ma oiL Warranted not to gum tf I P Thompson New stock of machine needles at 69tf Thompsons For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf The leading florist is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers ed for any occasion 7 V V 718tf 7126 neighborhood 1246 120000 3148 116242 11715 127170 129120 133360 13485 pikeWorth14227 m prop 7 CU an acre stretchers Telephone lo0 BY mentioned joiningcounties can h PAINTS l We guarantee to give you a better JCfcTT less lvO3 T than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I F for I A5 Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See us before buying your Iron fence we can Interest you Ilaselden Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Strayed Into my place a week ago a six months old heifer same can get her by paying for the notice and her keep 4t J F 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 towers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses niums 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 Price Cut Profit Profit is wounded by our prices 01 TailorMade Clothing Hold your 01 ders for our display of Fall Samples Joseph Hughes The school tax book for the yeas 1905 is now ready Please call at and settle I have a little unpaid ta for the year 1904 that must be sett 1 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 in my line which I propose ti sell at all times at wholesale or retail Guarantee satisfaction both in quan tity and quality Fair honest dealing with all classes shall be my motto Phone 140 J A Jones tf Red steer weighing about 100 lbs Liberal reward for any information 4t T C 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 riornless red cow dry Strayed June 1 1905 last seen in Lancaster June 3 Liberal reward for return or J M Gay McCreary 4t For Sale or Rent Farm of 90 acres near McCreary 5 miles from Lancaster Very dcsirablo 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 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 and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The place con tams 31 acres For further informa tion apply to W O Rignev tf One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Coal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of coal Buy now while It Is cheap Phone 140 6t John Magee Long log chain In Lancaster Wed nesday 23 between Banks Hudson and j railroad crossing on Richmond and return to John Henry Point Leavell Ky and get reward 3t For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 New stock of watches and clocks at 6 9tf Thompsons I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest notice I P Thompson the jeweler tf We want your and Varnish business we will give yorfbetter value for less money than m Lan caster Frisbies Store 4t At a meeting of the stockholders and Board of Directors of the Lancas ter Fair Association held in Lancaster Ky at the Associations office on Aug 14 1905 it was voted by the Board of Directors by and with in writing of than half of the stock Its business All persons having claims against or Association will call on the Secretary R L David son and settle at once 4fr Lancaster Fair Association i 714 Any one era Notice once I Lost i information For Sale LOst Lancasterpike t body theconsent dissolvesaid C proving anything uout- buildings 1 Pai rug more tr of all kinds for all I PURPOSES Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General Insurance r P SW FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 6iiool Books We now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions School Books We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged R E McROBERTS I u OOOOOOOC I OF CASHat IXt ILancaster COOC oooocooooooc cooo rc XI v a a IS- vx LEWIS Y President LEAYELL ORGANIZED 1883 The G1T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooa B F HUDSON Cashier jf W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER 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 H DENNY Pr ablest JOHN E STORMES 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 II J I493 n ii D Vice Prut I Q II S IfIJE i i 00000000000000000OOOOc VOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOmONQ M 0 a t 000000000 000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOmO C1- Merchandise Our FINAL CLOSING OUT SALE is still going on We have quite a good line of m Falli It Advanced i i D 0 Winter Merchandise we carried over from last Winter atboughtq low prices which we will sell J J WALKEK Vice Prest iii Very Cheap and many instances for less than Cost All WOOLEN and COTTON GOODS have advanced quite a good deal this season and are still advancing in price every day 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 I THE i Logan Dry Goods 1 in Ell m COMPANY R I It- will 1 IJ IJj 1b 1 lONE STEP AT A TIME J throws its dim light only just far enough for one one step at a time can be taken that little circle enough to walk in It may seem to be slow it is sure pro ess nevertheless 4 ooooOooooooooOOOGQO 7 c only cannot be blamed for the desire to get well quick But even on the road to health we can only take one step at a timeSufferers from lung trouble who have been cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery tes tify that with each days use of the med icine the progress to health is marked The cough lessens the hemorrhage stopst the body gains in flesh and the strength grows measurably Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures obstinate coughs bronchitis bleeding lungs ema ciation and other diseases which if neglected or unskilfully treated termin ate fatally in consumption In husband bad a severe cough and also neuralgia writes Mrs Payne of For nearly three years his cough was so bad he could not lie down at He got no relief from the doctors we employed so he purchased two bottles of and took a tablespoonful every two hours After the first we could see i t Ma was better and he rested fairly People who are sick with lung disease It n Discovery them and feel that we are results Doctor Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver well that The doctor was it was the bottles of Golden Medical Discovery cured him nothing else did We thank Dr Pierce for what his medicines have done for us we can recommend recommending something that will cure used according to directions I have them to three of my iends said it if Speaking about difficult jobs did you ever have to pay your summers ice bill after you had tired up the fur nace A man can run deeper into debt in a minute than he can back out of in a lawyers interest in a case depends upon the worth of his client Money makes the mare go and the automobile makes the money go When the members of a womans club quarrel they call it a No man ever yet went out looking misery who came home without it Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so thinkthose who are sick When a cough 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 no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At E E McRoberts 505 and 00 guarnteed Trial bottle free 1m REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Aug 1905 Loans and discounts 13990701 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 4OSJ 71 U S Bouds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc l 00 00 furniture and fixtures 500000 Due from National Bunks not Agents 13092 72 Due from State Hanks and Bankers 558 53 Due from approved reserve agents 48389 12 Checks 4002 Notes of other NatioualBauks 310 00 Fractional paper currency nickel and edits 33 1C LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz J9S58 00 Legaltender notes 2740 00 Redemption fund with U S 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL frT72i as LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid 2253 70 National Bank notes outstanding 48500 00 Due to other 2575 01 line to State Banks and Bankers 2672 30 Individual deposits subject to check 161217 31 TOTAL i772i8 38 STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GABRABO as 1 B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is true to best of knowledge and CashierSubscribedday of August 1903 8 C Denny Notary Public COKBKCT Attest J 8 JOHNSON DirectorsT t yearA cioU ave old I drugstore 1 OF TIlE Business 25 RESOURCES Reserve 12098 00 Treasurer 10000 00 debater J Of all gamesof chance matrimony is the most hazardous Wh n amin is his own worst enemy be is apt to love his enemies Ever notice that the men who swear the most are the who think the leastThere are some people who are to believe that the world is them if everything does not go way Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many can be avoided by keeping their in good condition with Bitters S A Brown of S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigorand became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her well She is now strong and healthy R E Mclloberts druggist sells and guarantees them at 50c a tie lui REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KY AT Business Am 25 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 14080 23 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 71Q 80 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bond securities etc 25525 60 Bnukiusliousefuruiturcaud fixtures Due from National flanks lOt reserve agents 1212 0 Due State Bauks and hankers 1 83 Notes of other National Banks 1705 00 Fractional paper curreucynlckelscts 198 10 LAWFUL RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 7850 00 Legaltender uotes 5500 00 13350 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer circulation Total 323967 80 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 00Undividedtaxes paid 8932 10 NationalBauk Notes Outstanding 49100 oo Due to Other Banks 1518C 33 Due to State Banks and Bankers 1003 9 Individual deposits subject to check 191235 C8 Certified 453 CO Total STATEOF I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to of my knowledge and belief CashierSubscribedday of August 1905 W ORIONFY PublicCommissionCORRECT Attest A C ROBINSON i DirectorALEX i 00 1 C2 2 t I 00 j 00 7 80 s digestions entirely OFTISE The Close of 7000 Irons approved reserve agents KENTUCKYCOUNTY OF S men qui agait th quarr Elect Bennettsvl 2ine 250 501K 335391 GARItAEDS h KENTUCKYS I BIG 6 IN PREMIUMS STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 18 23 BIG DAYS 25000 6 IN PREMIUMS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 595Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions STOCKtI The Fatmous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces for Catalogue er Further Add- rGEO A BAIN Lexington Ky j Secretary Information The following poem was a favorite of the late Zacu Phelps of Louisville and is a happy thought If you see a man in woe Walk right up and say Hello Say Hello and How do yo do Say it so it rings out true Slap the fellow on his back firing your hand down with a whack Dont be right up shake smile and say Hello If hes rags from top to toe Walk right up and say Hello Poverty is no disgrace Look at him straight in the face Rags are but a cotton roll Just for wrapping up a soul Ana a soul is worth a trueHelloand How do you do Say Hello and How do you do Other folks are as good as you Say it too as though it were meant Surely that dont cost a cent Fortunes fickle some dark day Poverty may cross your way And twould then be sweet you know to hear an old friend s ay Hello Public Sale Blue Grass Lands Stock Crops Farming Imple ments and Household Furniture As executors of the last will and testament of Major John D Harris deceased the will sell on Thursday Sept 14 05 on the premises beginning at nine oclock a m all of said 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 lute residence of the decedent Ladles are especial as to of personalty is here made to separate sale bill On Thursday Sept 14 05 IMMEDIATELY AFTER NOON LUNCH 1282 acres of land will be offered for sale in eight separate tracts The tracts comprise the lar ger Part Major John D Harris and is a splendid body of fertile blue grass laud conveniently located on the Lancaster and Meuelaus turnpike roads In MadIson Kybeginuiug three miles from Richmond Ky and on the L iN railroad with a plat form In the front yard of the main residence We will first offer LOT No 10 on plat 102 acres On this tract is located Blythe wood which Is one of the best improved and one of the largest and is the most beautiful located brick risldence in Central Kentucky There are located on this tract all necessary out buildings and a very large tobacco barn We will next offer LOT No 9 per plat 1C6 acres All this is In grass except twenty acres In tobacco and a good brick dwelling house is located thereon Then we will offer said lots Nos 9 and 10 to gether and the same will be sold In the bringing the most money We will then offer Lots Nos 12 3 and 4 per plat separately and theu together and will sell the same In the manner bringing the most money These fourlots are known as the Old Place where Major John D Harris father lived they are located three miles from Richmond Ky on the Lancaster turnpike and are all iu blue grass and there are four houses on the same aud one large tobacco barn They are so located as to make excellent small farms con venieutly situated and are very productive If sold separately a thirtyfoot roadway will be reserved between said lots Nos 1 and 8 so that Nos 2 and 4 will have a free and ample passway to the Lancaster turnpike road These four lots combined contain illS acres and together make one of the best and most productive farms of that size in Madison coun ty Ky It Is well watered there being thereon good pond and a large never failing spring We wIll next offer No 5 per plat con taming 1J acres This tract has a half mile frontage on the Menelaus turnpike road well watered and will make a very farm either alone or In connection with of the other tracts already referred to It being convenient to all A good tenant house Is lo cated on this tract a good pond and a never failing spring We will then offer LOT No 6 of 101 This la known as the Duncan laud and there Is no more fertile land It corners to non Station on the L t 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 seat are bounded by excellent turnpike roads or on the L t N railroad there being two stations on the farm are convenient to churches and the best schools and are In one of the grandest farming communities In the state TERMS Possession of the Biythewood residence yard and garden will be given Immediately after sale full possession of the residue of the property to be sold will be given on or be fore Jan 1st 190C but purchasers will have ttie 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 and payable December 30th 1905 and the re purchase money will be due and In three equal Installments In six twelve and eighteen months from Dec 30th 1905 and purchasers will be required to execute notes with good security payable to the executors bearing legal Interest from Dec 80th 1905 un til paid and a lien will be retained to secure the unpaid purchase money and interest deed to be executed on first payment of purchase money Said lands will be mold without reserve or bybid and the tales will be absolute title good Farm can be reached by train leaving Richmond on L iN railroad at 830 a m and returning leaves front yard of residence at 5 pm For further particulars address C M Clay Paris Ky S H Stone Louisville Ky or TJ Curtis Richmond Ky The latter resides upon the farm and would be glad to show the same to all partIes desiring to inspect the landi or personalty S H CM TJ CURTIS Executors qf J D Harris deceased NB Blue prints showing survey of the above bo found at all banks in Richmond res an Inj I slowwalk OF undersigned t r s C Foret reference or the farm of t county contain- Ing containing manner a LOT maloing payable STONEt lapd can Th 1 I desira act Dune i GOOD for OLD and YOUNG 1 UJiJtrR j IJ s 2 v August Flower keeps the children healthy strong Pull of and frolic the whole long So when Mamma needs more they rush in high glee to the druggist Please give it to mel Inability to brisk and fresh in lack of appetite muddy complexion a disordered stomach in adults and children too also indicate the urgent need of taking Greens August Flower regu a few flitsa reliable old remedy for all stomach troubles never to cure dyspepsia and chronic constipation and a tonic for it JTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale by R E McUoberls There is considerable difference praying for what you want and praying for what you need EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points for its lines the following special 29 25 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 11 12 and 15 account Fratern Order of Eagles 23 00 Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Col and return Aug 29 to Sept 2 inclusive National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic 8 6 65 Chattanooga Tenn and Sept 12 17 and 18 Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of 01 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition 06 50 San Francisco or Los Angeles Cal and return Aug 3 to 14 72 50 San Francisco Los Angeles or San Diego Cal and return frequent dates during August and September Cheap Homeseekers tickets to Kansas Neoraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R Cook C P G 234 Fourth ave Louisville C H Hungerford 234 Fourth avenue Louisville G P Allen A G P A St Louis H Tayloe G P A Washington DC Public Sale OF 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 day at the hour of 9 oclock a m the following property viz 18 work mnles yearling mules 9 brood mares one by lackSquirrel and one by King Richard 7 yearling and two yearold horses weanling colts 2 good driving horses18 extra good young jacks 60 head of export cattle numerous farming Implements consisting of wagons binders mowers cultivators plows hay rakes also 1 carriage 2 buggies 2 sets of buggy harness 1 cattle scale 1 platform scale 20 hemp brakes 300 acres of corn iu the field 15 stacks of hay and seven large ricks of straw Lunch will be served at 12 oclock and imme diately after the lunch 1282 acres of land in separate parcels will be sold from the front porch of the residence See separate sale bill for the land sale and terms On Friday Sept 15 1905 at nine oclock 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 mahogony side board dining table and chairs also china and table ware 1 hall set bat rack 1 large mlrrorvery handsome window curtains also 1 nearly new Majestic Cooking Range and all kitchen short all the furniture of every kind of this cent country homestead This sale will be made without reserve or by bid and will be absolute Ladies are particn 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 leaves Rich mond Ky at 8 do and returning leaves the front yard of residence at 5 p m TERMS All articles bringing 20 and less must be paid for in cash For all articles over 20 the execute notes with good ty payable to the executors on Dec SO 1905 interest until maturity Terms of sale must be complied with before moving property CMCLAY STONE Executors For particulars as to land sale see separate bill j i l tIC rj Spirits andbaddi between occasions al Account return Account Chicka- mauga round- trip Sept 5 Mo- W yearling m household furnItureIn purchasers shall S II TJ CURTIS C An lan s ant e a1loxI ese I tar magi sect ithout he I 1 the 1935 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky Ask for a AtiU 11 ui ed Bo is to to to 5 f c Commissioners Sale of Land GAUKAKD CIRCUIT CounT James I Hamilton Gdn Plaintiff vs James Hamilton Jr c Defendants By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court 1 will on MONDAY Sept 25th 1905 publicly before the Court House door the City of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder Idle following de crib real property situated in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters ot and Dix river on the north side of the Lancaster and Turnpike road abuut three miles from town of Lancaster Kentucky and the same land conveyed to Ilobert Hamilton by J 11 wife by deed of record in the Garrard County Clerks alIke recorded in book No 17 page 103 and deed of record Hamilton wife of said Robert Hamilton from Martha A Ball and husband recorded in Garrard County Clerks ollIce deed book No 1 page 429 the first named conveyance conveys 3 tracts of land which are bounded and described as follows First Tract Beginning at a stakeon the North of the Lancaster and Dix River turnpike road in line to Sutton or corner to lot No 2 saidlinewith line of same N 171 E 29 70 chains a stake in line with A G Herndon thence with his line N 87i W 309 chains to a stake in said line corner lot No 2 Stivers heirs thence with line of said lot S Iii W 2975 chains to the beginning containing 8 acres and3 Second Tract at a stake feet of a thorn tree in line Robert Pollard and corner to lot No 3 Mrs Ball thence with said Pollards line S 87 E 2390 chains to a stone corner to same in Mrs Alex Suttons line thence with her line N 3 E 29 chains 72 chains to a stake in said line corner to lot No 3 Mrs Ball thence with line of said lot S 17i Y 297 chains to the beginning containing 59 9 acres less iof an acre ground Third Tract Beginning at a stalecorner to the B tract thence with Mrs Alex Suttons line S 2i Y 733 chains to the middle of turnpike road thence with the and meanders of said pike N 82 W 7 chains N 72 W 1175 chains N 68 W 8 29 chains W 3 15 chains to a point on said pike thence leaving the and with the B K line South 87i E 29 25 chains to the beginning con taining 12 acres and 1 The conveyance to said Nannie Martha A Ball and hus baud embraces the entire one eighth interest of John II Warner which he inherited from his grand father John N Warner and the same conveyed to Martha Ball by said John Warner and contains about one and one half acres more or less and adjoins theabove described tracts of land on the West side of same and is bounded and described as follows Running North and South in length on the East and North by the lands set out In the first deed mentioned herein and on the South the Lancaster and Dix River Turnpike and on the West by the lands of Loyd Bourne Said land is for the purpose of reinvestment or to be used in whole in for the maintenance and education of1 the infant defendants herein and said lands will be sold as a whole on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be re to execute bonds of equal with good and sutlicient missioner bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity and a lien will also be re tained upon said property sold until the payment of purchase money J M Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit CourtThis day of September 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land G AIUIAUD CIRCUIT C OURT James I Hamilton Plaintiff va John E Ballard c Defendant By virtue of a judgment in ticabove stylea Circuit Court I will on MONDAY Sept 25th 1905 publicly before the court house door m the city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the and the following des real in the City of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky on the East of what is known as Hamilton Avenue in said City said avenue having been recently opened through the Fisher and Herring land theretofore recently purchased said plaintiff II C Herring and Susan Fisher said avenue begins at the North edge of the Rich mond pike and immediately East of and adjoining yard of the and Fisher brick residence and runs almost north to the Buckeye pike and is fifty feet lots are two in number numbered 5 and 8 in the plot made by plaintiff in said lot No 5 is bounded as follows beginning in the middle of said ave nue at the Northwest corner of lot No 4 thence North to the middle of said avenue 66 feet thence East a straight line 250 feet thence South a straight line 66 feet thence West a straight line 250 feet to the beginning Lot No 8 is bounded as Beginning in the middle of said ave nue corner Northwest Corner of lot No 7 thence with tbe middle of said avenue 66 feet thence East a straight line 280 feet thence South feet a straight line thence west a straight line 280 feet to the beginning Said lots will be for the purpose whichisto the date of sale money to the debt interest and costs above staled then lot No 8 r ke Dix Ilargect and PollardS Herndon N73 bound d or TERMSSaid installments payable action rendered at ticAUjust Term 1905 of tie Garrard Herring separately I q h otisCreek Itive e amilton uired ROTH IHOWES LASSts TCMCMAS 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 tense of freedom and comfort the wearer that no other afford and which can be predated only by those who have tried them They arewithout question the most scientifi constructed glasses that have ever been made and when BIFOCALS and farsighted combined of any other form of Bifocal Glasses TORICOID GLASSES are made only by T J Howe Co Louisville Ky and are sola them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that If not in every way be returned and the money paid for them refunded If you have trouble with or If have not given you perfect com satisfaction every way write to us about TORICOIQ this paper T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY nero h s sInglelens may be an our Jour n to nearsighted A 1000 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATT 100 bottle contains 2H times the Sun which sells SO cent u nvYSPEPSJA CURE trial or orE ILL c S er to of E in N a a b o P 0 s i will be offered separately and if it then offer Loth lots as a whole and in the event the bid for said two lots as sold separately should be more than the for them as a whole lie will accept said separate bid otherwise lie will accept the hid as a whole if neithof said lots sold separately the debt interest and costs herein TERMS Said sale will be made on a creditorsix months purchaser will be required execute bond with good anti sulli cient surety for said purchase money payable to the undersigned 31 aster Commissioner per cenUnterest per annum from day of sale untilpaid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturityand a lien will also be upon said property sold until the payment purchase money J M raster Comr Garrard Circuit Court This Sept 7th 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKAIil ClKCUIT COUUT James A Baker Plaintiff vs above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY Sept 25 1905 publicly before the Court House door the City of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following real in Garrard County Kentucky on the waters of Paint Creek and being a part of land owned by Elias deceased and bounded as follows Beginning at a Spanish oak on the east side of a branch and to dower of 6S acres at A thence up said branch S 28 E 20 poles to a stake at 2 leaving branch to 20 poles to a black oak at 3 thence S 59 E 100 poles to a stake wood chestnut and hickory blazed at 5 thence N 30 E 1UJ poles to a stake atthree hickory pointers at 6 thence with the line of No 3 N 51 W C4 poles to a stole two black oak point ers on the 38 acre line at 7 thence with it N 44 E 51 poles to a stake on the line of the Soper 90 acres at S thence with said line N 72 IS poles to a stone at 9thence N 9 E 44 poles to stone corner to lot No 3 at 77 thence with the line of same N S2 W containing forty six and one half acres It being the same land conveyed to E W Baker Jr by A Baker and wife by deed dated 7th day of January 1895 and recorded in deed book 13 page 029 Garrard County which is plaintiffs debt interest and costs to date of sale Said tract of land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds of equal in with good and security for said purchase pay able to the undersigned Master Com missioner six per cent per paidhavingment upon which execution may issue bonds are not paid at and lien will also retained on the pre perty sold until the payment of the purchase money M Master Commissioner Garrard Court This September 7th 1905 Herndon and Swinebrcad Attys for plaintiff e nt paidt britl Ii ROTU DefendantsBy described corner S i W t6 I I Circuit WELL orth setClerk S LoSe sutlhcie f ROTh WELL S i S I A TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED 1 Annually to fill the new by Railroad and Telegraph Companies We want YOUNG good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators and Station Agents America Our schools are tne largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in theyears and endorsed by nil leading Hallway We execute a 250 Bond to student to furnish him or her a position paying from 40 to GO a month in east the Kocky graduation can enter at time No vaca tions For full particulars regarding of our Schools to our executive oilice at Cincinnati O Catalogue The Morse Scoool 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