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THE CENTRAL RECORD SIXTKESin YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1905 NUMBSI Have your Roofing and Guttering REPAIRED do first class work at reasonablerates Don t J R During summer months we offer Special IN Furniture We can furnish your house from cellar garret and with our easy pay ment system You Never Miss the Money Please remember when you need furniture that J ABeazle- yA Undertaker d We It Offs x HiiseIdenM Dargalos to t etre e Po 1e o co Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA Beazley Co Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian cburcb Pbone 111 o n F USE ARKS STIX CINCINNATI 1 BootsShoesRubbers 7 Cst LeastWear Best I Sale E c ccr Herndon Swlnebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over stories drug store I I CHRIS FARIS I BofdSw- mEerndon OBSwinebroad L DAVIDSON AttorneyAt Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business I CI Dentist Office over Thompona store Danville at Now Is time to lay in your winter fuel We will sell lots 100 to 200 of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jellico SemlCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal lie H B Northcott vI am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star sale at Frisbles Drug Store Your subscription solicited 18 7tf Howard Withers r Coal i t7 W bushels V For a Local Notes Hunt up the coal hod Oysters will soon be ripe The coal man is now at the bat Fall fishing promises to be fine Hunters say the quail crop is short Dust the straw hat and lay it away for next summer II Batson attended the big banquet given by the traveling men in Cincinnati Tuesday Last winters clothes will soon be dug out and the scent of the moth ball will be in the land Samuel llardin a ed 82 of Crat Orchard died last week Uncle Sam was a fine old man and had a legion of friends As Bro Tinder is engaged in a pre tracted meeting near Georgetown there will be no preaching at Hubble Sunday The case against Stewart number for killing Will Merritt was continued until next term of circuit court on ac count of absent witnesses The Record has printed the registry blank for voters living In those pre cincts where this law Is in force The date for registering is the first Tues day in October Fountain Fox BoObitt and his bril liant law student P F Kennedy will speak on law and education at Preach ersville Friday night Sept 15th La dies especially invited No one is deserving of more sympa thy just now than the small boy who must crowd his stone bruised feet into clumsy shoes take his halfbushel basket of dinner and hide out for school every morning Miss Bessse Flpnner of Wilmorethe competent and bulging operator has returned to her post of duty in the lo cal telephone exchange Mis Jessie Doty has accepted a position in the exchange Mrs Josephine Boner the Bryants ville milliner has engaged the servi ces of Miss Clara Bennett of Cincin nati who is one of the finest trimmers in the South She has a beautiful line of millinery and invites all to call and inspect 2t While lighting a gasoline lamp in his store in Stanford Mr JasT Jones was so badly burned that death resulted in a few hours lIe was a very prominent merchant an Odd Fellow and a Mac cabee lIe leaves a wife and several children District Teachers The teachers of the first magisterial district will hold their annual associa tion meeting in the chapel of the Graded School Building on Saturday Sept 16 beginning at ten oclock Eliza E Smith Vice president Big Cattle Salc Beazley Bros sold this week to Joe Bales representing Sulzberger Co of Chicago 180 ex port cattle weight 1550 at five cents They will be shipped this week and will occupy a special train The Sunday Mails The Sunday mails are greatly by our people By the way if you want to catch the Sunday trains at Stanford ring up J D Gulley and he will take you over in a comfortable wagon and will not be all day about it either A Wise Physician A girl in a neighboring town got be fore a mirror and practised and prac tised until she had acquired a sweet pathetic look in her eyes Then one day her mother saw the look and took her to a doctor and he gave her A Difficult Piece of Work The chimneys on the Presbyterian church have been re capped and put in good order Their height and the steep roof made the job a perilous one but George Moran the best mascn in central Kentucky did the work in time District C W B M The Tenth District Christian Wom ens Board of Missions held a very en joyable and profitable meeting at Dan ville last week The program was splendid and much good was accom plished The following extracts are taken from the Danville News The Nominating Committee made its re port and presented the following lists of officers for the following year Miss Sallie Elkin of Lancaster District Manager Mrs Dr Amon of Lancas terSuperntendent of Young Peoples Work Corresponding Secretaries Mrs W B Deatherage of Madison Mrs Ophelia Lackey of Lincoln Miss Edna Sallee of Boyle Mrs Sam Embry of Garrard Mrs Clel Williams of Pulas ki A prayer for Gods Help duriug the coming year was made by Miss Sallie Elkin The devotional period was lead by Mrs Roberta Elkin of Lan caster and concluded by reading the last three verses of the closing of Mat thew Prayer was next lead by Mrs Emma Kauffman of Lancaster The banner Auxilary was Hustonvllle the Banner Mission Band was Lancaster Mr R appreciated little Sclmwartcli lids calo- mel District Christian Endeavor The District Christian Endeavor will meet at Stanford Friday evening Oct Gth remaining in session Saturday Mr Clyde E van der Maaten field will be present and deliver a lee ture on the work while many other iotersetin feature are on the program Meeting at Baptist Church- A meeting will begin at the Baptist church in this city next Tuesday evening The pastor will be assisted by Rev S H Burgess of Berry Ky a man of ability and experience Servi ces will be held at 10 oclock a m and 730 p m daily and a most cordial hi vitation is extended to all to attend both services A Stitch in Time Now is a splendid time cisterns and wells cleaned out and put in shape before the Fall rains blgin to fall A little work now will probable save sickness and beside if you have a well full of thecold water during the fall months you will have good water next summer A Busy Term More business was disposed of during the session of circuit court than at any term in recent years and Judge Bell has the thanks of the taxpayers for nis determination to clear docketssave of carrying over cases which will be disposed of if those interested are given to understand that they must toe the mark and not kill time He has made a legion of warm friends in Gar rard who admire his able fair and prompt decisions Judge Bell is the right man in the right place A Good Report In a letter from our good friend Dr E II Pearce of Danville he tells The Record that from Septl 1905 to the same time this yearhis church in that city had an increase of sixteen in membership sixty per cent by bap tism and professicn of faith and forty per cent by certificate The increase in offering was thirty per cent all apportionments paid in full Last in stallment cost building paid in full 31473 The building outof which the congregrtion moved was erected in 1834 and was sold as an asset for the new building in 1892 for 81500 To Our Subsoribers As the editor of The Record has been disabled for more than four months and will now be absent from home for some weeks we think it due youwho pay us to furnish the news to tell why the paper has not contained the usual amount of reading matter As we have been unable to go the office or hunt for news we are pain fully aware of the fact that the paper has not been up to the standard its ed itor strives to maintain but as stated above this could not be avoided We leave today for Atlanta Ga where we will enter a hospital under the able charge of Dr WSEIkin and have every assurance that within two or three weeks we will be back at office ready for work It is absolutely impos sible for trouble like ours to be cured unless the patient remains perfectly quiet and this cannot be done with a fellow hopping around trying to to business as we have forc ed to do at home We wish to state here that several new features will then be added to The Record which the editor is satisfied will be appreciated notably a stock column containing items from all adjoining counties and the state at large More attention will be given this feature than to any other depart ment and with the numerous sales now reported by our correspondents The Record will surpass any county paper in this section and be of inesti mable value to the farmers and trad ers Another feature will be a column devoted to general news so boiled down that the sum and substance can be grasped in an instant We had all these features in view when misfor tune overtook so they had to be a bandoned for a time Our facilities for job printing are complete and we can turn out the very best work on the shortest notice This department is in charge of a competent painstaking hand and you win not regret sending your work to our office During our absence Judge Hughes will write the local news our better ninetenths writing the personal col umn If you have an item ring either 43 or 46 and your kindness will be Mr Leonard Miler will be at the office at all times ready to re ceipt for what you owe TIlE RECOUD Low Rates to the State Fair On account of the Kentucky State Fail the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Lexington at the low rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip Minimum 50 cents Tickets will be on sale at this rate Sept 17th to 23rd Inclusive and will be good returning on or before Sept 2ttb 1905 The Southern Railway Depot at Lexington is only mile from the State Fair Grounds with electric car service For additional information consult Local Ticket Agent or C II Hungerford G B Allen D P A Louisville tf S Louis Mo NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS State and county taxes are due You will save expense by settling NOW W L Lawson S G C There is nothing so painful as some mens efforts funny secretary to have the expense attend US A G P A been appreciated one balf convenient tape THE NEW TRAIN SERVICE L and N Will Put on Additional Trains by which Lancaster will Have Splendid Service to Louisville Lexington and Cincinnati M Farra received a letter from General Passenger Agent Stone telling of the new train service the N will put on this branch of their road beginning next Monday In addition to the present passenger train which will run on its present time a new passenger train will be put on which will leave Cynthiana at 715 a m and run to Richmond where it will lay over until arrival of the fast train which leaves Cincinnati at 805 a m The new train will then leave Richmond 1250 run to Row land passing Paint Lick at 126 p m Lancaster 153 p m and make direct connection at Rowland for Louisville reaching Louisville at 610 p m mak ing the time from Lancaster to Louis ville via Rowland a little less than four hours The new train will leave Rowland immediately 225 p m reaching Lancaster at 244 pm Paint Lick 312 Richmond 345 p m making connection at Winchester for Lexington Frankfort and Louisville and points East on the C O and at Paris for all points on the Maysville branch Lexington and Cynthiana Under this new arrangement pas sengers on this branch of the L and N can go to Louisville in either of three ways viz leave Lancaster at 514 aim connect at Winchester with tbeC 0 fast train reach Louisville at 11 a m or use the new train leaving Lancas ter at 153 p m connect at Rowland with Knoxville train and reach Louisville at 010 p m or leave Laucas pm on the new train con nect at Winchester at 438 p m with the C 0 fast train reaching Louis ville at 8 p m Returning you can leave Louisville at 810 a m on the Knoxville division of the L and N and reach Lancaster at 244 p m Paint Lick at 312 p m by way of Rowland or leave at 2 p m over the Louisville and Lexington division of the L and N reach Lexington at 522 p m connect ing with local C O to Winchester and reach Lancaster at 826 p m or you can leave Louisville at 830 a m on the C O connect at Winchester and reach Lancaster at 153 p m This will put the Courier Journal and Enquirer in Lancaster at 153 p m much earlier than at present The LouisvilleTimes and Post will come in as usual at 826 p m CThis new train will not reach Row land in time for connection going South but the present mixed train will carry a large combination car and take passengers to Rowland who are going South in time for the train Under the new arrangement you can leave Cincinnati at 805 a m arrive at Lancaster at 153 p m or you ca leave Cincinnati as at present at 255 arriving in Lancaster at 826 p m The 805 a m train from Cincinnati connects with the new train for this branch at Richmond As published in last issue of The Record the fare to Louisville via Win Chester has been reduced to the same as that by way of Rowland 8310 one way None of these trains will run on Sunday but the Sunday stage line to Stanford will bring passengers and the Sunday mail from Stanford as at pres ent Important to Farmers Arrangements have been perfected for a special train through Kentucky to be known as the Kentucky Alfalfa and Corn Special This special will be run over the lines of the Hender son Route Illinois Central and Louis ville and Nashville The will consist of a private car a day coach baggage car and engine It will leave Louisville at 815 oclock September 25 and the trip will end In Louisville October 4th Stops of thirty minutes will be made at each point on the Itinerary At each place where the train stops lectures will be delivered on the culture and growth of alfalfa and corn On board the special train will be Mr Wing and Prof Holdenwho last year increased the corn crop of Iowa 10000000 bushels by running special trains over the State to the farmers of the State the necessity of selecting proper seed for planting and properly cultivating the crop On the baggage car will be specimens of alfalfa and corn Farm ers will also be given the opportunity to see demonstrations of alfalfa grown in Kentucky Samples of alfalfa will be on exhibition chief among which will be shown a sample of the grain five and onehalf feet in height grown on a onehundred acre field mile from Frankfort This train will reach Lancaster at 425 p m September 25 and a stop of thirty minutes will be made This will be court day and a large crowd will meet the train Shocking Suicide In Lexington The suicide of Mrs R Buckner Allen which occurred In Letngton Saturday was great shock to a legion of friendsand acquaintances Mr Allen was well know in Lancaster having been here a number of times on connected with the State Guards and the old Lancaster company having been on active duty with him His wife a lovely woman and was prominent in society and He bad been dissipating very much of late Mr Jno Land noonand p m L N ter at 244 train business waS mUSic circles Louisville southbound demonstrating one half THE DUSS BAND Famous Organization Will Furnish Music at Big Kentucky State The management of the big Ken tucky State Fair to be held at September 18 to 23 has engaged the famous J S Duss band of New York This is one of the bestknown bands throughout the world Its pro prietor is a multimillionaire whose hobby is music He has been for years conducting a band on a larger or small er scale The aggregation which he now has is composed of the most prom inent musicians of the country and is kept largely for the pleasure of its own II Fair Lexington er It has played important engage ments in the most prominent cities in America the last two years and has gained within that length of time a reputation which rarely comes to a band once in a life time Mr Duss is particularly interested in the success of the Kentucky State Fair and his manager has signified his intention of doing all in his power to assist it A street parade will be given every day and he will devise other means of ad vertising the fair thoroughly in this and other States Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where I will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in 5 miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car lots Will trade any I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf Get In the Habit- of visiting The Joseph Mercantile OUR NEW Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and we now have some of the prettiest and best goods to be on the 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 Stf THE Joseph Mercantile Co I OOOIIII 00 100 THY I I Co- HERE COME market COST Walkover Oxfords at Cost 350 Grade for 295 400 Grade for 525 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 rl jII- II AT I II III I I III I IISI II A J W rwM wwM rwMrrrrIMMrM t I Faculty a P SIMMONS PresidentHISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY Miss Maud McBurney University of Chicago Ancient and Modern Languages Miss Louise Woodford Covington Brenau College English Language ana Miss Georgia Grimes Kentucky Mathematics and Science Miss Elizabeth M Cargile Elizabeth College and Gerard of Music Voice and Piano Miss Eleanor Pearson American In tltute 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 Elocution Y T IV e tj 4 i0JflX rJj I o Literatur- eS S I Conservatory r1 I G o 4 r4 Piano 4 4cS 4 E L Woods Prest C Fish Vice Crest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED u n on I W II Statmt condition June 30 190a RESOURCES Locus and Discounts Overdrafts Due from banks Banking House and Lot Mortgages Cash Furniture and Fixtures LIABILITIES Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits 1000 00 1 03633 CO IrtUOO 00 WXB 34 SiSOO 2G r5190 I21IJi1500 00 10rs700 13 1o3rw3 GO 7396910 919 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 CAPITAL I DrRECTORS M COY RGGUYN WOODSJ B R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS i FISH 1WC Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance BUGGIES AT r FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros II II i 1 urn u ur r COSTmmmllim mmmmillmmmmillmmillmmmmm E I I illmmmmmillmillillmillillillillillmillillmillmmill mnrnrnrnrnrmmnr mnrnrnrmmnrnrnnv rnrnrnrm nnnnr mnmm mnnruc 1 MADISON INSTITUTE Should be Patronized by the People of Garrard County Examine carefully our list of teachers and our prices as given here with Then if you have a daughter to educate write to the principal He will take pleasure in calling upon you and explaining every detail of the work in Madison Institute We strive to papularize this school through our work in the class room We have carefully select ed teachers who have been educated in the best schools in the United States and who are special ists in their departments They are as good as can be found in any school in the state Our prices are within the reach of all Through experienced teachers thorough instruction 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 c e 0jflit JJijJf JJi1 1 ljj1flJ1jj Y6J1fiJ i JlXf 1fdrtiJlfiiifiliffillliJ JflJWllqJiffJ iiikjj Y good- f 444 444444444 p 44444 44 CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly iooper Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancattcr SecondClan Nail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Ky a Lancaster Ky September 15 igo5 STONE Mrs Lutie Burdett is quite ill at this writing F N Folger sold to Jesse Fox some 000 Ib cattle at 3c We have a new boat at our ferry and all can cross in safety Mrs Mattie Green is spending sever al weeks with her brother B II Green G B Preston and C M Moberly bought- of Sam Duncan some seed rye at 50c per bushel Dillard Littrell is back from Illinois mingling with friends Dillard is a good mixer Mrs Jas Littrell and son Lige are visiting her daughter Mrs Emma Manford of Frankfort- F N Folger bought in Richmond Monday a pair of 5year old mulrs price 300 also sold 1 harness mare for 140 Charlie Moberly wife and son of Lovlngton Illinois are visiting here He is an uncle of C M Moberbly and has not been to Kentucky for 35 years Attacked by a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until coy ered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well use my family writes G J Welch Mich and find it per feet Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at McRorbets drug store 1m I I itin I of Teconsha I I I I E VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmorei L KIUKSVILLE The college had a flattering opening TuesdayThe banking house is nearing completionMrs and daughter were in Berea Friday Dr A M Helm of Ford was in our midst last week Tobacco is about saved so far as and housing goes Miss Minnie Brown is leading her shorthand class to success Mrs Everett Parks of Danville is with her mother Mrs Hendren Bascom Brown of Buckeye was call ing on our young ladies this week Prof J B Secrest of our college made a lying trip to Garrard this week Business Education Short hand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Miss Mayine Todd of Indiana is visiting friends ic neighborhood Teachers Course Shorthand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Mrs Ella Mae Jennings of Danville spent last week with her mother Mrs George Burton Shorthand can be completed in 30 days write J B Secrest Kirksville Ky 4t Dr Boxleys father of Christian county is visiting him at the Middle ton House this week R S Brown purchased Joseph Ha gans stock of furniture today and add ed it to his general store Little Acie Burton daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Burton has gone to lan ville where she will enter school Eld Blakemores wife and babe join ed him this week and are stopping with Deacon 0 J Hendrenof Garrard Miss Alma Lear of Paint Lick is teaching music at the college this year Miss Alma is a very poplar teacher A few of our college have rented rooms and are keeping batch They are learning the culinary part of their education practically Born to Robert Hendren and wife of Garrard a 14 lb boy Bobs friends say that they will have to furnish him a larger hat and possibly a pair of new trousersThe brethren are thinking seriously of tearing the old brick church down and erecting a new house The old church is the oldest house in town and is m a dangerous condition The protracted meeting at the Chris tian church is doing great good Never was there more interest in a meeting than is in this additions to date Eld McLellan of Richmond is doing the preaching and Eld Blake more the pastor has charge of the Geo Miller bought a sow and pigs for 20J C Clouse bought a sow and pigs 25Mr Dean of Marcellus visited Miss Will Coldiron bought a lot of hogs froJi J P Rogers for 203 W H Purr bought yearling cattle from Jim DIckerson for 2ic per lb Mrs W H Furr visited relatives and friinds at Crab Orchard last week Rev A J Murrell is conducting a pro tracted meeting at Good Hope Large crowds attend the night services We have now in stock 9 varieties o seed wheat which we offer to the 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 Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got off cheap who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Noth ing do this but Dr Kings New Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c at drug store guaran teed 1m f tots one31 I Myrtle Cormney u McRoberts cutting music FLAT WOOD to farmers 8 will HAllKSliURY Mrs Geo Huffman is ill with fever Miss Bettie Royston was in Danville FridayMrs Thomas was visiting home folks last week Jim Parks bought of Johnson Mid dleton some fine shoats for 5jc Master Floyd Herring is attending the graded school at Lancaster Mrs T I Herring is on a visit to her daughter Mrs Victor Rice of Mc CrearyMrs Mack Hughes of Marbury Ala is the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs N G Bogie Miss Carrie was the guest last week of her sister Mrs Ben King of MarcellusMrs and little daugh eer Della Rice are visiting her moth er Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr and Mrs Geo Boner of NicholaL ville were visitors at the Fork Sun day and dined with Mr T D Chesnut Miss Mae Robinson entertained a number of young people last Friday evening in honor of her guest Miss Alice Walker Miss Pearl Aldridge came up from Bryantsville where she is visiting her sister Mrs Durham to spend several days last week with Miss Sallie Her ringMrs Will Anderson of Hubole and Mr John Bourne and family of Clover dale 111 were visitors of Mrs Smith Urton and Mrs Jim Sutton the first part of last week Mrs B K Swope of Middleburgh ar rived Thursday to spend several days with Miss M E Marksbury Mrs Swope will visit Mrs Robt Clark and Mrs Margaret Sutton of Marksbury before returning home JiEUNA VISTA Little Ethel Ruble remains critical ly illA Scott is spending a few days in CincinnatiMisses and Ninnie Lane of Richmond are visitors here Chas Robinson bought of C M Jen kins a pair of mules for 310 Miss Virginia King and cousin Mrs Colton are visiting in Danville this weekMr and Mrs J of Ver sallies were with relatives here last weekVirgil Scott and Webb Christopher spent a few days in Louisville last week Dr Johns and wife of Lexington were guests of Mr J J Poor and family last week and Miss Bessie Bolton visited relatives in and hear Harrods burg last week Rev W D been attend ing conference at Covington His many friends wish his Will King sold to Herbert Brooks a roan horse for 115 and bought of J B Ruble a sorrel horse for 110 Mrs Brasheer and ssters the Misses Perkins of Middlesboro visited Mrs Margaret Robinson last week Will Scott sold some heifers to Clate Arnold at 20 per head also a bunch of hogs to C M Jenkins at 5c Mr J F Ruble Irene and Robert J W Dismukes and little son Reb spent Sunday in the Queen City Mrs Casandra Harris of Nicholas Joseph Newton of Indiana were guests of Mrs Gatewood Pryor recentlyThe Alliance will hold its monthly meeting this week discussion Home A special musical program is being provided Go to Marksbury Son for seed wheat the very best varieties yield per acre this 34 bushels Also Northern wheat rye home grown and Siberian rye clover Timothy and all kind of field seeds We are in the market for the best wheat also damaged wheat and will pay the market value for such wheat Phone write orcome to see us We want your trade Arnold B Roolnson Mrs Spilman Welburn has return- r I I villeand for season2la to r Ruble Subject Environments homegrown seed a Expenses The school year is divided into two terms of nine teen weeks each The expenses per term ale as follows Board fuel lights washing one dozen pieces per week 8 57 CO Tuition in College Department C- OTuitionin Academic Department 2500 Tuition in Preparatory Department 4th Reader Grade 20 00 Tuition in Primary Department 15 00 Piano with use of instruments for practice 30 00 Violin Mandolin Guitar two lessons per week 2500 Vocal Music two lessons per week Drawing pencil 20 00 20 00 Bookkeeping 15 oo Elocution private lessons Delsarte 10 00 Diploma 10 00 Certilicate of garduation in any department 300 Important reductions will be made to boarding pupils in all departments who take either voice or piano in addition to their regular school work A reduction will also be made for the benefit of boarding pupils who are absent from Friday to Monday r 0 J7 Yffl flj Wll JJ 1 I0Jff1fJ01 30 I 8 81 I 39 00 or crayon OilPainting 2 60 I l 0 ff Y o 0 3 4 4 4 0 FieldCan furnish strictly nice Seed Wheat Rye Timo Etc IF1 IE IE IDWill buy or sell Hay Straw Oats and Corn Also can furnish Bran Chicken Chop Etc Kindly get my prices GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated f BANKS HUDSON Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass A IIi1tts AfJ Seed thy I I I I it I irJJM VwUU A Vt ltftt1 rnijgLrnJg t f 17 W 18 la 1 I I I E heeds F i L M1rwWrWrfl Stormes Drug The Kentucky Stale Journal j h E k 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 It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 to i W P WALTON Mgr a i i I I I a ISendremittance I I Published I t t Court- T tKY rte Ill Paint Store t Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business College aid National School of Telegraphy e Scientific Classic Law Commercial and Special Courses of C Su uis7pd Free GRADUATES SECURE MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green siud Journals K JZ POSITIONS r Headquarters I For I OLIVER and VULCANPlows ootoooOOO OOOOOOooo 1 I I i J i Moult Elkill AboUtGossip Peopl A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Mrs Ada Kinnaird has returned from Cincinnati Will Walker has returned to his home in Mississippi Miss Vesta Lackey has been visiting relatives in Stanford Mr Jack Menefee of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday Dr G C Faris was in Danville the p ist week on business Miss Carrie Currey was a visitor in Danville the past week Col W S Ferguson of Coyingtonwas a visitor here last week Miss Margaret Tomlinson is in visiting relatives Miss Fannie Austin has accepted a position in the Lancaster Grocery Mrs Martha Frisbie has returned fron a visit to relatives in Danville Miss Lena Rigney has returned from a very pleasant trip to Petosky Mich Mrs R G Price of Danville is Mrs Martha Frisbie Danville Dr E G Dick and son Donald of Crab Orchard were visitors here Sun day Master Bowman Grant is in Flem ingshurg visiting his aunt Mrs J S Bowman Jim Hamilton Jr has returned to Benoit Miss where he has accepted a position Mrs Rebecca West and laughter W iss Fannie visited Danville Monday Miss Rella Arnold leaves this week for Knoxville Tenn to visit leer Mr and Mrs Charles Davis of Leba non Junction are guests of Mr Jacob Joseph and family Misses Fannie and Bettie west will visit Lexington relatives next week and attend the fair Miss Bettie Bioaddus returned from Louisville with a nice line of fall and winter millinery Mrs II M Grant and children have returned from a visit to Mrs J S Bow man of Flemingsburg Mrs R Zimmer daughter Miss Elsie are expected home this week from three months visit in Europe Misses Annell Tomlinson Miami Bastin and Battle West left Tuesday for Lexington to enter Ilagerman Campbell college Mrs J Roe Young and children left and Mis William Anderson Misses Sallie Tillett Laura Smith a 6 Mrs Dr lace has and it1 I I Lexington I visiting avenue 1 relatives cousin spending and Bertha Burnside leave Monday to attend the fall millinery openings and purchase fall and winter goods Miss Minnie Gulley is visiting in Mrs A B Elkin of Louisville has been visiting Mrs Sam Jonhsori Mr and Mrs L Gunn and pretty litte daughter of Lexington were visitors hereMrs G M Patterson and have returned from a visit to and friends near Chicago Mr and Mrs Sol Estes Floyd of Eubanks and Mr and Mis Colesby Estes and daughter of Glen coe Okla have been visiting Miss Mattie Estes Livingston cor Mt Vernon Signal Henley Bastin of Lancaster was here Wednesday Miss Cora Adams home from Lancaster Wednes day afternoon Mr Adolph Joseph has returned from Cincinnati where he took a spec tai course in bookkeeping He will remain until November and then a position in Ohio Stanford Interior Journal Dr A S Price is back in his ollice after a protracted illness Mr J R HaseN den and family of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S H AN dridgeRichmond Climax Mrs Z T Rice entertained at six oclock dinner in honor of her cousins Misses Theo Hemphill and Irene Romans of Lancaster who are connected with the Madison Female Institute Brodhead cor Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Josh Dunn and daughter Miss Ella left today for a three weeks vis it to friends and relatives in Boyle and Garrard counties Misses Mae Rob insoa and Annie Perkins of who have been visiting Mrs Joshua Dunn have returned home Mrs J E Stormes attended the recep lion given by Mrs E H Pearce and daughters of Danville in honor of Mrs Eugene Pearce of Tampa Fla Mr and Mrs Pearce had just from abroad They had been touring Italy Germany Switzerland France and Scotland since last May Their home is in Tampa Fla Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville is visiting at her aunts Mrs Sam Miss Elkin who is a most young lady and an accomplished musician has just returned from Crab Orchard Springs where she spent the summer with her uncle Mr J B Willis She is a daughter of Mr A B Elkin at one time editor of a newspaper in this city Middlesboro cor Louisville Times The announcement is made that Miss Louise Park only daughter of Mr and Mrs W 0 Park of this place and Mr Henry Terrell of Columbus Miss will be married October 11 Mr and Mrs Terrell will take an extensive foreign trip Miss Park is the of Mrs Nancy Brown of this city and has been a frequent visitor here Danville Advocate Mrs Robert El kin of Lancaster is with Mrs I Lexington relatives Docie returned ace pt Friday c Lancaster arrived Johnson charm- Ing granddaughter asp Miss band Robe it r it I RuBEnolo ROOFING BIG FOUR I Barn Door 111 and Get Prices Haselden b L wITt H ii- I Hangers Hinges Nails Our Robinson 7 Harding Mrs Kauff man also of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs Harding Elkin and Mrs Kauff man are prominent C W B M Miss Mae Robinson will en Certain this evening at her country home on the Lexington pike to Miss Alice Walker of Lan caster Misses Alice Walker and Mae Robinson of Garrard county were visitors in this city yesterday Miss Sallie Ekln of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs John Baughman PAINT LICK C E Williams has gone to visit his parents at Ewing Ky Mr A K Lackey of Emma Texas Is visiting relatives here Mr Jack Adams of your city was in our town last Wednesday Miss Kate Ely has returned home after a visit to her sister in Ohio Misses Ethel and Mattie Woods vis ited relatives at Berea last week Mrs Sallie McKinney of Lebanon Junction has been visiting relatives here Miss Annie Francis of Lancaster is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Francis Lewis Guyn and William Young left Monday to enter State College at LexingtonMr C B Hamilton of have been guests of Mr and Mrs I RuckerMesdames Tom Austin and Solon Henry of Lancaster spent Saturday with friends here Mr Gilbert Wilson has returned to Covington after a lengthy visit to Dr N Mays and wife Miss Amy Wilson of Peytontown has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Lizzie Best Mr Shirley Flynn of Ford was in our town last week in the interest of CampbellHagerman of Lexington A neat little sum was realized by the Baptist ladies who gave a basket supper for a charitable cause last Fri day night Mrs Minnie Jennings has gone to Cincinnati to purchase her fall millin ery goods She will have new hats on display next week Go to Marksbury Son for seed wheat the very best varieties home grow yield per acre this season 21 to 3 bushels Also Northern seed wheat rys home grown and Siberian clover Timothy and all kind of tIed seeds We are in the market for the best wheat also damaged wheat and will pay the market value for such wheat Phone write or come to see us We want your trade MANSE Mrs W O Goodloe has been sick Robert Tudor is very sick of fever Mr Wm Tudor of Louisville is visit ing his mother Miss Alice Henderson has been Miss Annie Reid Mr and Mrs Jake White of Hubble visited here this week Mrs Joe McCormack is improving after several weeks illness Mr Benjamin Dunn of Marksbury visited relatives here this week Miss Belle Denny of Stanford is the guest of Walker There will be services at Fairview church Sunday by Rev WJ McCallum of Lexington bliss Calloway has returned home after several weeks visit to Miss Walker Mr Will Crow Doty of Krise W Va was called home last weekby the of his mother Mrs Towles Walker and Mrs W S Walker left Tuesday for the West where the former will join her who is engaged in business there Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their diges 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 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 McRoberts druggist sells and guarantees them at 50c a but PUBLIC SALE As executors of Leander Davidsons last will we will decedents late Lancaster and Buckeye pike on THURSDAY Sept 28 1905 beginning at 10 oclock a m sell to the best and highest bidder at public the following personal property of Iecedents estate 3 work mules 1 good gentle family horse 2 cows 2 calveslsow5 sboats4 stacks old 7 new stacks old oats About 200bbls new con in field 3 road waR onsbeds and frames spring wagon 1 buckboard 1 cultivator 1 roller 1 cutting harrow drag harrow 1 bay rake plows and gears of all kinds and various and sundry other farming implements and if previously 21 head of fat export cattle ready markets Terms All sales of 20 and under will be cash all over 20 will be on payable Jan 1st 1906 without interest before maturity purchaser to give bankable note with acceptable surety thereon Emma workers RIch- mond e I vIsi- ting Miss Margaret illness husband tl entirely tIe 1m- II residence the outcry hay2 Also sold Greenleaf Both Mrs complimentary S rye Estelle on hayricks 1 numerous not for credit f B L Davidson L G Davidson jIJ I Executors Real Estate Hughes Swluebroad Lancaster Ky the price agency It you want to buy sell or rent see us Tile following is a partial list of what we have on hand at present No acres 2 miles near pike good improvements well watered price per acre No acres in good neighbor hood near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn tage bouse right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres In cultiva balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 8G2 50 per acreNo 116 242 acres good improve ments brick residence the pike price 6250 per acre No 117 15 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 127 170 acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 3000 per acreNo acres a fine place near town at 100 per acre No acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state of cultivation cheap at 870 per acre No 133 360 acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in can be sold for 65 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike new improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No Dix river near Bryautsville strung soil well frame house stock barn and other out buildings cheap at 60 00 per acre No 141 155 acres all first class land in high state of cultivation fine im No 142 27 acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 81250 Town property for sale or rent We have a number of dwellings and other property in Lancaster for sale or for rent for 1906 we can suit renters and purchasers tf FARMS FOR SALE T Eiinn Real Estate ipcy Harrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms jiieiition ed below and many others in terrier nnd n l jolnlngcountlescau sell your property If you list It the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike near Shakertown Mercer Co Ky well Improved Is fine laud for hemp tobacco wheat etc GO an acre GO acres 1 mile of Burgh on pike good prop erty very well Improved at 72 an acre 130 acres on county roads miles of Harrods burg pike well Improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 40 acres fine pike near Sal visa Mer cer Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod ern residence etc 3COO 130 acres 2 miles from Ilarrodsburx on pike new residence fine bottom land beautiful property 77 an acre will take Lancaster rest dence property as part pay 215 acres good land iu 9 miles Harrodsburg on pike nice residence barns fruit lays well produces fine crops 35 an acre 200 acres line hemp and tobacco land 7 miles from Harrodsburg 011 pike walnut woodland improvements poor laud worth 100 an price 05 an acre 101 acres on pike 2 miles from Harrodsburg a nice home good land cottage etc 6000 310 acres fine river bottom farm 5 miles from Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco land crop woodland nicely improved au acre 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good well improved at 3C acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms lCd and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop CO acreWrite formy list containing Farm Bargains office near Court House Harrodsburg Ky Business and Bargains Cash paid for eggs at Wards 2t A fresh line of Lowneys candies just received at Wards 2t Bring in your country bacon 2t W H Ward We not only meet but beat any bodys prices Quality considered 2t W H Ward Get one of our oil cook stoves for your summer cooking 714 Haselden Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 8 4 tf W J Romans Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds Birds are young and In song tt For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 Please return our wire fence stretch ers and get reward 7 14 Haselden Robinson Sewing Machine OH Just received lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tt I P Thompson I New stock of machine needles at 09tf Thompsons L For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf Headquarters for dinner baskets boxes pen and ink pencils lead and slate at Grocery 2t The leading florist is represented by 718 tf shortest notice I P Thompson thejeweler tf Thompsons 0 one 7126 Lancaster 55 1130 1246 3148 goodcot 34330 129120 132250 13485 140191t acres on improved pikeWorth W laud acre grows any crop3 furnished stockand r otf tf t from ion faces grass BY bear on fee g new Ward Newstock watches sad clocks at PAINTS of all kinds for all puipos Weguarantee to you a better than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE give I IF AJ rJ EO less O E I I 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 Ladles Journal Coal you want and salt you must have so when in need of either do not forget that 1 have the best that can be had and at prices to please Only a trial order will convince you for all time Phone 140 J A Jones tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf Low Prices and Qood Quality 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 or TailorMade Clothing Hold your or ders for our display of Fall Samples Joseph Hughes Coal Salt Brick and Feed My friends will call on me at th old stand of J T Williams for ain thing in my line which I propose U 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 Lost Red steer weighing about 000 lbs Liberal reward for any information 4t T C Rankin Lancaster The W C T U library is open every Tuesday evening from 7 to 8 oclock and on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 For sale Best grades Jellico brillian 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 June 3 Liberal reward for return or informa tion J M Gay McCreary 4t Wanted a reliable white women to assist with cooking and general work in a small family Address Post oflice Box No 157 Lancaster Ky Ladies Tailors Department R II Batson has employed a Modist this season who makes a specialty of Ladies Tailor Made Garments Sat inaction Guarnteed For Sale or Rent Farm of 00 near McCrcary 5 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 two story house on Danville street one half block from Public Square for boarding house Good cistern garden and stable Apply to J M Grand One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Coal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of now while it is cheap Phone 11G Gt John Long log chain in Lancaster 23 between Banks Hudson and railroad crossing on Richmond and Lancaster pike return to John Henry Point Leavell Ky and get reward 3t Refrigerators at bottom prices 714 Robinson For Rent To reliable man with small familya cottage on easy terms Also a small wheat and corn crop if preferred Ap ply immediately to Mrs J L Crab Orchard pike 3t Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two halls 2 has hood cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place tains six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton For Sale or Rent I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by Mrs Pauline Rigney and give posses slon 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 twins 31 acres For further informa tion apply to W O Rigney tf Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson theJewltr will 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 At a meeting of the stockholders and Board of Directors of the Lancas ter FairAssociation held in Lancaster Ky at the Associations office on Aug 14 1905 It was voted by the Board of Directors by and with the consent in writing of more than halt of the stock holders of said association to dissolve said corporation and close and wind up its business persons having claims against or indebted to said Association will call on the Secretary R L David son and settle at once 4t Lancaster Fair Association 714 f 10 21tt tf For Sale coa1l Buy M gee Lost en givea r C acres ten roml Suitable Wednesday C cons t Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General 1 iisuraiicespecial arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co one can call me Otlice Phone Xo 31 Residence 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 hooks exchanged MCROBERTS Lancaster KY r I FREEBy Not n COOOOO OOOOOOOOOOC I O- Fg CASHat IR R ocCOOOOO oooooc ooc K 1 Astt I V K uioI a L LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident J J VIce Prest WALKE- Iti ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 150000 SURPLUS IO M B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHXSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Pr eldest 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 H Kinnaird 11 S J W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr DIRE I R5 t ftN Vice Prest B i O l L raJ8 I I 000000000000000 00000000000000000mOM- I l93 Q Q a OQOO i0000d000000000 0 0000000000440 d Merchandise I I I Advanced i D 11111 Our FINAL CLOSING OUT SALE is still going on We have quite a good line of I ti Fallas Winter Merchandise we carried over from last Winter bought atal 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 are still advancing in price every day It will be to your interest to call early and lay in your fall and winter goods before the good things are all gone We must wind up our business here this fall and we will make very interesting prices for you THE Logan Dry Goods in Im COMP AN7J jiIJlB G J I Life Is At The WorstFor the woman who enters on that period known as the change Life that has hitherto run happily and smoothly is thrown from its accustomed grooves by a sudden shock which at this varies but while some escape with little distress i jars the body and distracts the brain The suffering ofwomen f S rwrinrl the majority of women suffer more or less acutely at this trying time Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription proves itself anew the friend of wom en at this crisis It cures headache backache nervousness sleeplessness and other womanly disorders and perfectly and permanently the general health A Womans Recommendation said I was suffering from the of change of life Mrs M Barnes of Balls Shasta Co Cal n I had heart disease and uterine trouble and rheumatism My head was so dizzy I could Pierces medicines I improved ri I took seven or eight the Favor ite Prescription a three times a and Pleasant Pellets at night I as well as I ever did I take pleasure in recommending Dr Pierces suffering women I think they are the in the world I cant MW oush in their praise The Favorite reestablishes n hardly stand When I began to use Dr along full i effects feel medicines i I Prescription cured ine after I had been sick for two years so i was i able to The dealer who offers a substitute for Favorite Prescription does so to gain the little more profit paid on the sale of less medicines His profit is your loss Accept no substitute Common Sonoo Momloml Advloor a mmmlr lay 1008 paaom given Send lop expense of mmlllng ONLY tor tho book In mmpor oovmro of thiftyono mtampm for tho voiuno hound Im cloth Aldfomo Or JR Buffalo H Y meritorious TIt I Y piece 1ft1ftA v peeps safesis away twenty on WOULD IMPROVE WHEAT British Millers Making Important Experiments to Raise the Grade A plan to improve the quality of British wheat has been reported to the department of agriculture by its Eu ropean agent The report says that during the last two years experiments likely to result in important practical results have been carried on by the Na tional Association of British and Irish Millers looking to the improvement of the quality of wheat grown in the United Kingdom The decline which the industry in the United KingcHim has long been not only in quality of prod net but especially in extent of area has for years attracted wide attention and the solution of the problem is chiefly to demonstrate by experiment the practical ability of improving na tive wheats in the property of strength By this means it is asserted that the declining industry can be revivified successful competition with the best imported wheat made possible and the business of wheat growing in the United Kingdom ultimately restored to its formerly prominent economic posi tionThe introduction and testing of seed wheat from foreign countries has been carried on on a large scale The gen eral result has been that with few ex ceptions all foreign wheats degenerate when planted on English soil and de velop very erratically though sown un der identical conditions Kansas wheat so deteriorated that experiments with it have been abandoned The most promising results seem to have been obtained from an improved red fife from the government experimental sta tion Ottawa Ontario This wheat Is now in ils third year In England and shows great properties of strength yields abundantly and possesses adaptability EXPERT ON LIARS SWORN One Whose Testimony Was Sufficient to Outweigh That of an EyeWitness- A Kansas City lawyer tells of the use of expert testimony on lying He saysI was prosecuting attorney for Finney county in 1881 and had a fellow up before Squire N C Jones on the charge of horse stealing He hired Mike Sutton to defend him and when the case was called I proved beyond question by a witness who witnessed the theft that we had the right man After the prosecution had rested Sut ton introduced Buffalo Jones as a witness and gravely Informed toe court that he intended to prove by him that my witness had lied Buffalo took the stand and swore that while he had seen nor heard of the witness before and knew nothing at all about the crime commit Dr IIVC remarkable never undergoing I ted he had had a great aeai or expen ence with men and could tell pretty certain when they were lying Then he procedeed to tell how men acted when they were lying and gave expert opinion that my witness had sworn to lies from the word go I protested against such performances but Sutton made the judge believe he had as much right to introduce an expert on liars as he would have to introduce an expert on medicine or any other and the result was the thief was dismissed from custody FIRES THAT NEVER GO OUT There Are Hearths in England That Have Been Kept Glowing for Centuries There are domestic fires burning in Yorkshire England today which have never been out for hundreds of years At the oldfashioned farmhouses in the dales of Yorkshire peat is still burned The fuel is obtained from the moors and stacks of it are kept by the farmers in their stack garths The country round is noted for its griddle cakes which are made from dough baked in quaint pans suspended over the peat fires These fires are kept glowing from generation to generation and the son warms himself at the fire which warmed his sire and his and his grandsires sires and which will warm his son and his sons son There is a fire at Castleton in the Whitby district which has been burning for over 200 years The record prob ably is held by a farmhouse at Osmoth erly in the same district This fire has been burning for 500 years and ttterc are records to show that it has not beet out during the last three centuries Ye Shall Live Also Can you affirm the fact of Christ If so you have everything It is un reasonable to suppose that Christ la not king of immortality He is not less in Heaven than He was on earth it is not rational to suppose that the fact Christ means less in Heaven than it means on earth and now Indeed Its power on earth only the effect and result of its in Heaven Do you not think that the name of Jesus would have been dead and buried long ago but for one thing He is not dead The fact of Christ and its importance in the testimonies and the experiences of men today spiritual and unspiritual alike is the reflex and the expression of the un doubted truth that the Christ behind it is living still R J Campbell Obtained from Elephants Graves It is stated that a large of the supply of ivory from tlephiiiit met with here and there in the Jungle where ele phants have resorted for centuries to die A scientist however points out that cry few of these spots seem to have been discovered by travelers and scarce ly record of them Is to be found to Looks of travel rvv science v 4 grand- sire of power s obtained cemeteriesspots any I roes v KENTUCKYS Wj 16I IN PREMIUMS STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 1823 J BIG DAYS 25000IM 6 IN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 9 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitiins The Fsxmous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces for Catalogue er Further Information AJULrooo GAO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky There will be a grist mill run here in the near future Mrs Edllne Burchel who has been very sick with fever is some better Dr Redwine is expected to locate here for the practice of his profession Hill Bros have taken charge of their store at this place and intend to sell good goods at low prices Cutting Burley tobacco is the busy work just at this time Let all the growers take stock in the company Mrs Bessie Howard of Adams Ind after a visit to her grandparents Mr and Mrs W A Wheeler of this place has returned home Joe Simpson will go next Tuesday the Indian Territory to look for a location and buy a farm Mr Simpson isagood citizen and his neighbors hate to see him leave Joe A Ross chairman of the Burley Tobacco Growers company is doing all he can to get the farmers to subscribe stock to the company as it Is the only salvation for the tobacco growers so dont fall to take stock 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 What the Association Did Very little tobacco now remains and it is possible to make an est mate of the last years sales The best authorities agree that the crop was about 145000000 pounds and the av erage price was about 11 cents The average price paid last year on the estimated production of 115000 600 pounds was 11 cents which amount ed to 12050000 Had it been sold at the price of 6 cents which was the aver age before the growers were organized it would have brought 8900000 ins a net gain of 85750000 This sum has been put directly into the pockets of the burley growers through the firm stand they took and despite the fact that the organization could not secure financial backing through the collusion of the Standard Oil interest Organized on a solid foundation this year with ample mon ey behind the Association the tobacco industry of the State should be restor ed to the prestige it once enjoyed Maysville Bulletin 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 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 R E McRoberts drug store 50c an d 8100 guarnteed Trial bottle free 1m Women as Breadwinners There is a woman who is a jockey Another who is an intrepid deepsea diver Another who is a successful gold prospector Another who though out years old is a marine observer on island near Cape Cod Another who is harbor mistress of Tacoma Another who is keeper at Point PI nas lighthouse at Monterey Cal Another who farms a Texas ranch 2000 square miles in area Another who farms frogs in Jersey and clears 81500 a year by the enter priseAnother who Is a capable grave Another who is a professional nut Traveler Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or Read the display advertisement of the six Morse schools of Telegraphy In this issue and learn how easy a young man or lady may learn and be assured a position tf Heals Burns and Cuts A Louisville Chemist has succeeded in perfecting aremedy which will be First Aid to the Injured When applied to a bum the stops in from one to quickly and heals tne the tact It straight to the interior cells soothing furnished to the public at a very reason farmore useful than vaseline witch hazel Druggists ill over the country are putting stock your not handle it oak him to get it for If however he wont orderdirectfrom the manu facturers Paraca We and 100 bottles Manufactured The Paracamph Conpany Louisville Ky CCJEStormea tUNA I to lea W C I successful constructs digger crackerBoston profession telegraphy WitIIeIIt loeviug ears housekeeper andbruises withoutleavingto a cut the bleeding scabbingThe the disfiguredhoweverhave household Everyfamily issold is r r I I I unsold trust fiae ninete ugly its m 48c d A GOOD NIGHTS REST r j t doggieForThat German Syrup homes great treats Could health and joy impart greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights and ter rible exhaustion of a are dread dangers of the poor consumptive fear of night when a few doses of Dr Boschees German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely from or sweat Free in the morning is made experience of over that one bottle of care the worst or lung troubles and that even in bad eases of consumption one bottle of German work wonders w JTwo sizes aj and 75C All druggiata For ale by R E The Modern Girl The average girl of the present day Is of few ideas and full of nonsense says an exchange She apgearetb on the street clad In fine raihment and huntetb a beau at whose expense she drinketh soda water until the setting of the sun She cheweth her gum in the morning and when the evening approachest lo she is still chewing She getteth the notion in her head that she can slog and she warbleth until her father becometn a habitual drinker and the neighbors get out an injunction She goeth to a party gowned in a dress that is too long at the bottom and glggleth till the night waxetb old She lieth in the bed of a morning until the eleventh hour while her mother humpetb around and do eth the housework She algbeth for a husband with a long mustache and plenty of money but marrieth some man who smoketh cigarettes and hold eth up two fingers to the barber when be getteth shaved I EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points for its lines following special 8 6 65 Chattanooga Tenn and re turn Sept 12 17 and 18 Ac count Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chick mauga 861 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition Cheap Ilomeseekers tickets round trip to Kansas Nebraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 and 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 LouisvilleG A G P A St Louis Mo W H Tayloe G P A Washington PC SOUTHERN SHORTEST AND FASTEST LINES FROM LEXINGTON AND LOUISVILLE TO ST LOUIS AND THE WEST Two Trains Dally as Follows Leave Lexington 610 m Louis vllle 900 a m Arrive St Louis 612 pmCarrying vestibuled coaches and cafeobservation parlor car Meals a la carte through without change Leave Lexington 530 p m Louis rills 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 732 Carrying free reclining chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without changeReserve sleeping car berths at 111 East Main street Lexington Ky No 234 Fourth avenue Louisville Ky or Union Depots expectoration telGerman ewe know by the German speedily relieve or a Jibe occasions Sept 5 a a m I I The But tam five nt Swill s RAILWAY ii For Late Planting Write IM of varieties aad prices sr Spwtal UM of BMMMUa Seeds Insecticide Sprayers Dry Powder GOBS Bellow etc free on request sable Write today for sailed WIOD STIJIIS ISI- EISIIEN IMInUr 7t le bsst Irkdtr at Nsui- erip tt 1leeiiea wlR linkMars lees I Its vii D1tttlRYy a Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky Commissioners Sale of Land GABBAUD CIRCUIT COURT 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 MONDAY Sept 25th 1905 publicly before the Court House door m the of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best the following ed real property situated in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of and Dix river on the north side of the Laucaster and Dix River Turnpike road about three miles from the town of Lancaster Kentucky and is the same land conveyed to Hubert Hamilton by J R Hargett and wife by No 17 page 103 and deed of record to Hamilton wife of said Robert Hamilton from Martha A and husband recorded in Garrard County Clerks once deed book No 17 429 the first named conveyance conveys 3 tracts of land which are bounded and described as follows First Tract Beginning at a stake on the North of the Lancaster and Dix River turnpike road in line to or corner to lot No 2 Stivers heirs thence with said line S 8rE 309 chains to a stakes feet past a thorn tree in said corner to part remaining thence with line of same N 17 29 70 chains to a stake in line with A G Herndon thence with his line N 87 W 309 chains to a stake in said line corner to lot No 2 Stivers heirs thence with line of said 17J W 2975 chains to beginning containing 8 acres and 3 Second Tract Beginning at a stake 5 feet of a thorn tree in line Robert Pollard and corner to lot No 3 Mrs Ball thence with said Pollards lint 5 87 E 2390 chains to a stone corner to same in Mrs Alex Suttons line thence with her line N 3 E 29 chains to a sugar corner to A G Hern don thence with his line N 87 W 16 72 chains to a stake in said line corner to lot No 3 Mrs Ball thence with line of said lot S 17 W 297 chains to the beginning containing 599 acres less iof an acre for ground Third Tract Beginning at a stake corner to the B tract thence with Mrs Alex Suttons line S 2 W 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 N 73 W315 chains to a point on said pike thence leaving and with the B K Ball South 87 E 2925 chains to the beginning con 12 acres and 1 rood The conveyance to said Nannie Hamilton Martha A Ball and hus band embraces the entire one eighth interest of John H Warner which he inherited from his grand father John N Warner and the same conveyed to Martha Ball by said John H Warner and contains about one and one halt acres more or less and adjoins the above described tracts of land on tht West side of same and is bounded and described as follows Running North and South in length bounded on th East and North by the lands set ou in the first deed mentioned hereto on the South the Lancaster Dix River Turnpike and on the the lands of Loyd Bourne Said laud is sold for the reinvestment or to be used in whole or in for the maintenance and education of the infant defendants herein and said lands will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be re to execute bonds of equal in stallments with sufficient security for said purchase money paya ble to the undersigned Master Com 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 be re upon said property sold until the payment moneyJ This 7th day of September 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land GARBAKD CIRCUIT COURT James I Hamilton Plaintiff vs John E Ballard c Defendant By virtue of a Judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY Sept 25th 1905 publicly before the court house door In of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the the following des cribed real property in the is known as Hamilton Avenue in said City said avenue been recently opened through the Fisher and Herring land theretofore recently purchased by raid plaintiff H C Herring and Susan Fisher said avenue begins at the North edge of the pike and immediately of and adjoining the yard of the Her ring and Fisher brick residence and runs almost north to the Buckeye pike and is fifty feet lots are two in number numbered 6 and 8 in the plot made plaintiff in said lot No 5 is bounded as follows beginning in the middle of said ave nue at 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 Lot No 8 is bounded as follows Beginning in the middle of said ave nue corner Northwest Corner of lot No 7 thence with the middle of said avenue 66 feet thence East a straight line 280 feet thence South 66 feet a straight line thence west a straight beginningSaid purpose of realizing the sura of which is plaintiffs debt interest arid costs to sale Lot No 5 will first be offered and if I Woes not sum money to the debt interest and costs above stated then lot No 8 CircuitCourt de rib CountyClerks pale Sutton line lot S the ke antI red CircuitCourt t CountyKentucky separately I Ball Po- llards tree Rich DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTh bottle 2 4 tlmith Mai mu whisk s ttstor 10 solo tUFAMD CULT AT TUB LAMBATOBT O X C DWITT COUP 100 ILL e r i contains Az CHICAGO will be offered separately and if itdoes not bring money to said interest and costs he will then offer both 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 he will accept said separate bid otherwise he accept as a whole if neith er of said lots sold separately bring the debt interest and costs TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute with good sad sum Commissioner bearing 6 per centinterest annum of sale until paid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if is not paid at maturity and a lien will also upon said property sold until the payment of purchase money J ROTHWELL Commissioners Sale of Land GABBABD CIRCUIT COURT James A Baker Plaintiff- vs E DefendantsBystyled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garraid Circuit Court I will on Sept 25 1905 publicly before the Court House door In of Garrard County Kentucky sell to the highest best the following describ ed real in Garrard County Kentucky on the waters of 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 68 acres at A thence said branch S 28 E 20 poles to a stake at 2 leaving branch to 20 poles to a oak at 3 thence S 59 E 100 to a stalls wood chestnut and hickory blazed at 5 thence N 30 E 16 poles to a stake at three hickory pointers at 6 thence with the line 3 N 61 W 64 with it N 44 E 51 to a stake on the line of Soper 90 acres at 8 to a stone at 9thence N 9 E 44 poles to a stone corner to lot No 3 at 77 thence with the line of same N 82 W 67 poles to a stone corner on dower line at 10 with same S 14 W 45 poles to the beginning containing forty six and one half 46 acres and wife by deed dated 7th of 1895 and recorded in deed book 13 page 629 Garrard County Clerks office Said sale Is for the pur of the sum of 845 70 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 6 and 12 months purchaser will be re qulred to execute of In stallments with good and sufficient for said money pay ibis to the undersigned six cent per innum from of sale until paid if bonds are not paid at maturity and purchase moneyJ M 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