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SIXTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1905 HVMBXK XX THE CENTRAL RECORD Have Roofing Guttering REPAIREDWe class work at reasonable During summer months we offer Special Bargains I N Furniture Wu can furnish your house from cellar to garret and with our easy system You Never Miss the Money Please remember when you need furniture that Were the People to See Hamilton DunlapSu- ccessors Beazley Co JAJeazley Undertaker 111 U I your I and I IC rates II Dont put It Off I IVfttW r v I I I to JA s t f I t e- 1HdseIdenl payment i arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 a r3 MARKS c4STIX4 I Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best j Salesman E C BOWS WroIIcrndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS CINCINNATI f LeastWear r l L R I J C I 1 OOcuu exsaa sss saaavurass r r I li Dentist ONce over r f store Danville IJ se r ii H F Hillenmeyer Sons r Blue Grass teems Lexington Kentucky Offer for the fall of 1905 a full stock of Ornamental Trees Grape vines Asparagus Small fruits Rhubarb Shrubs Etc We employ no agents but sell direct to the Fruitand planter 1 t t Local Notes Pull your fodder Dig your potatoes i Gather your pumpkins Jack Frost will visit us in a few days At 425 p in court day the corn and alfalfa special will be here Farmers dont miss being on hand Monday will be County Court day when mule colts and candidates will be the principal features Time Card The L N time card will be seen elsewhere in this issue including the new train that went on last Monday Mr Wing and Prof Ilolden will be on the Alfalfa Special They are on culture of corn and alfalfa Depot Lancaster 425 p in Sept 25th Big Cattle Sale W S Beazley and brother sold to J W Bales 183 export cattle weighing 1544 pounds at 5 cents amounting to over 14000 Farmers attention dont miss the lectures of the experts on the Alfalfa Special and also samples on exhibi tion at Depot Lancaster Sept 25th at 425 p m Good News The public will be glad to hear the Editor is getting along nicely and ex pects to return in about two weeks much improved in health I am now ready to show my friends my beautiful line of Pattern and tail ored hats 1 am sure you will be pleased Call and be convinced Mrs Mary Stedman Big Sale Mr Jesse W Sweeney bought of Mrs Dorcas L Walker her large brick livery stable on Stanford Street for 0000 This is a splendid piece of prop erty and Jes knows it Marriages Thomas S Warren and Miss Fannie Long and Irvine Davis and Miss Nora Warren all of Madison county were married at the court house in this city on Saturday by Judge A D Ford More Candidates There are four candidates for the otlice of Police Judge and they are urging their claims before the dear people This is an important ofllce and the right man should be elected Good Sermon Union services were held at the Christian church last Sunday night and Rev B M Nelson of the Metho list church preached a ser moo to a large and appreciative audi Police Court Over a dozen cases have been dispos ed of by this court in a month past resulting in fines from 5 to100 This with the excellent work of the last grand jury has had a tendency to misdemeanors Of course no law prohibits but Lancaster is as quiet and as peaceable as any town of its population in Kentucky Go to Marksbury Son for seed wheat the very best varieties home grown yield per acre this season 21 to 34 bushels Also Northern seed 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 to see us We want your trade A Way to Happiness A man at Bowling Green has paid for his county paper for twenty years in advance As a reward he or his family have never been sick never had corns on his toes or the toothache his potatoes never rot the babies never cry his wife never gets mad and he has served on the school board for eight years without being called in the category of crime Remarkable Operation Jessamine successful and almost miraculous operation was performed on Rooert Witt of Garrard county last Saturday by Drs Acton and Kinnaird of A large abscess was removed from the right lung by naking an incission in the right side about three inches long which removed the end of one rib thus drawing about three pints of puss from the lung and the patient is doing remarkably well Mr Witt is a nephew of W II Cobb of Jessamine county Wilbur R Smith Business Has educrted many young men and women usefulness independence and the gieitest success Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and raph taught by expert need tcacheis Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fine salaries Recognized as the cheapest best and highest honored business college This session 500 students from 20 states have attended Students can begin at any time and individual Instruction For particulars visit the College 8 W corner of Main street or address Wilber R Smith Lexington Ky r r enC wllte come everything JournalA Buckeye Lancaster College I C exports see lessen or for Tel receive I Fox Co of Danville will be in Lancaster Monday county court day Sept 25 1905 to ouy 100 mules colts and 50 yearling mules Will also buy some horse colts I Protracted Meeting Rev S H Burgess an eloquent earnest minister is assisting Rov C S Ellis in a protracted meeting which began at the Baptist church last Sun day Much interest is manifested and it is hoped that much good will be done Mrs Josephine Boner the Bryants ville milliner has engaged of Miss Clara Bennett of Cincin Hari 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 Local Tailor Mr W C Davis who has devoted his life to cutting and making gentle mens clothing and who is an elegant gentleman will locate here this week occupying the rooms formerly occupied by Mr Sleep In the Sweeney building He will give perfect satisfaction The held an interesting meeting Saturday afternoon Several pieces were read and discussed They have decided to work while they pray Mrs Magee and Miss Lizzie Brown were appointed delegates to the State Convention which meets in London the 29th of this month New Minister Rev B M Nelson will preach for the Methodist church in this city during the next four years having preached his first sermon Sunday to an audience which was well pleased He and fami ly will locate here and we predict that much good will result from his labors Republican Convention The Republicans held precinct con ventions last Saturday when dele gates were appointed to meet at the Court House on Wednesday to candidates for county ofllces The convention elected R 11 Batson chair mac and L L Walker secretary which the following nominations were made J M Duncan for Judge John Green Assessor Joe Francis for County Clerk J T Johnston for Attorney R W Parsons for Repre sentative and Harrison Ray for Jailer Characters In the make up of human natnre Lancaster can furnish the most unique andremarkable characters in existence These are the exceptions We have one man who is a friend always and cannot be otherwise Another who is always right and one who is a knave and they cannot help it Several will spend the day to find something dis reputable to say about a neighbor and carry bad news These are but a few thorns in the flower tak en as a whole we have the most social charitable intelligent and cultured people in this great country Camp Meeting The camp meeting of the African Methodist church at the head of street will continue until next Monday At 3 oclock p m next the hatless and shoeless preacher Rev Clayborn Martin will preach Rev Martin is a peculiar character with giantlike strength and physique He claims that the Lord commanded him to go void of hat and shoes as a sign to this generation It is a fact that men heavily clad shiver with cold in zero weather Martin goes about in bare feet with as much comfort as on a summers evening District Meeting The teachers of the first District met in the Chapel of the High School on last Saturday morning at 10 oclock Most of the country members of the Association were absent but their absence more than balanced by the presence of teachers from the Paint Lick and Buckeye district The meeting was ably addressed by Prof J E Mannix on the subject of The Educational Needs of Miss Knapp West also read an excellent paper on Patriotism and the Musical pupils of Mrs Burn side rendered some splendid music afterward a bountiful lunch was to the visiting teachers trustees and their friends and the meeting Much credit for the success of the meeting is due Miss ElizaSmith the energetic vice president of the Association Foot Ball Team The home boys have organized the best foot ball team that they have had in years About twenty men out on the field practlcng and will be in good condition for the first game which will be played with Central Uni versity next week The game of which is censured should be at from a different standpoint as each member of the team is required to sign a pledge not to use tobacco in toxicating liquors or dissipate in which Is detrimental to the It will be the duty of the home people to patronize the games which will take place as the boys will put forth every effort to have a winning team At a meeting last week the tol lowing officers were elected manager B W McEoberts captain and W O Dunlap has been employed as coach r B G and the services W C T U after gardentor Campbell Lancaster was Kentucky served adjourned are football looked anyway athlete S BElkin S nominate Sunday 1 r To The Ladies After Oct 1 the price of the Ladies Home Journal will be advanced to but if you will before that time 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 PAINT LICK E L Woods has returned from Cin clnnatlMr Hammack has accepted position in Richmond Little who has been quite sick is able to be out again Miss Louclla Arnold of Lancaster spentSunday with Miss Lizze Best Mrs Boyde Wynn has as her guests her mother and brother of Harlan countyMiss Ethel Galloway spent from Fri day until Sunday with Mrs Fannie GarrardMr Nevius of Lancaster spent Sunday with nis aunt Mrs Lizzie ShumateMrs Fish visited relatives at Lexington this week and attended State Fair Miss Eliza Bennett of Beuna Vista has been fire guest of her sister Mrs Abe Hardwick W G Tudor who has been visiting his mother returned to his home in Danville Sunday Miss Eliza Rucker left Wednesday for Lexington to visit her brother and attend State Fair Rev Hopkins preached his last for the year at the Methodist church Sunday evening Mrs Etta Pettus and little son Joe Russel of Halsey are visiting Mr and Mrs W S Fish this week Dont fail to meet the Corn and Al falfa Special court day Sept 25th at 425 p m at depot at Lancaster Mr Jas Smith is filling the vacancy in the bank in the absence of Messrs W G and Claude Kemper who have gone to West Virginia on a business trip After a long and serious illness little Lucille Tutt died at the home of her grandmother Mrs EE White Lucille was a gentle patient little sufferer through all her illness Her remains were interred in the old Paint Lick cemeteryGo Marksbury Son for wheat the very best varieties home grow yield per acre this season 21 to 34 bushels Also Northern seed 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 or come to see us We want your trade KIRKS VILLE Mrs Nat Cotton Sr is sick Doc Hendren was here last week Raymond Hendren took in the sale ThursdayBorn L J Sanford and wife a bouncing boy Mrs Raymond Hendren visited 0 J Hendreus family last week Jas A Cotton shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday- R S Brown is spending the week in the city buying his fall stock Pink Smyers has purchased a half interest in Collins Coys store Prof Secrest was entertained by friends at Spoonville Saturday Teachers Course Shorthand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Bascom Brown and sisters Mattie and Yula were visitors here Sunday Business Education Short hand and Typewriting Secrest Kirksville 4t Our citizens are talking concrete pavements since the bank has been erectedMiss Cruger will be here this week with a new up todate stock of millinery Prof Ross of Garrard a for mer student of Prof Secrest was here the other day We need a stock law There few old cows here that almost un lock a good padlock Miss Minnie Brown has the banner class in short hand They will it in thirty days Dont rail to meet the Corn and A falfa Special court day Sept 25th at 425 p m at depot at Lancaster Shorthand can be completed in 30 days write J B Secrest Kirksville Ky 4t Lem Whittaker was here the other day Garrard is soon to lose Lem but Madison will gain one of your best citizensJohn Prewitt the all round smiler was smiling on his many friends here the other day John we understand wants to marry and I rise to say to the young ladies that he would be quite a ketch We have now in stock 9 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 wheat We have the very best tT H A B Marksbury Son 125 Carl Caseuburg S sermon seed I I Grover are a complete rgive me your ordei lean S can varieties seed r Better Train Service The new train on our road was hall ed with delight anti gratification by the public generally It shows that j the company realized the fact that our heavy shipments of live stock and ag ricnltural products entitled us to bet ter railroad connections and betttr service generally We now have six trains a day anti our people can go and come with more comfort and less expense than heretofore Our prosper ous little city our fertile lands and our urea nerds entitle us to recognition j by the great thoroughfares which are the exponents of life growth prosper ity and enterprise of tuecountry thro which they run 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from to 20 amounting to SHOO in all There will be four general pres cuts of 100 5030 and S20 andsixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Ten nessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is Pair and simple Write to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Courier Journal giving full details It will be sent free 2t Few men are satisfied when they get what they deserve Wise Is the man who is able to what he doesnt know Ingratitude is always ready to offer some kind of an excuse A statement isnt necessarily false j because you disbelieve it Dollars are more plentiful with some j men than common sense POSTEDThe undersigned Hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice I I IforSubscribers 100 fJ 0 I i i I I I j II conceal j A J Tompson R G Pettus L WmColdiron Jas R Henry II C Miller WR Cook VA Wheeler Hutchins J II Rigsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rigsby Mrs Gill AV S Ferguson W L Lawson P D I k Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile TIM COME OUR NEW Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and we now have some of the prettiest and best goods to be on the mar ket this fall YOU know what we dohave very best of everything at the very lowest prices 5 Cv Dont select your fall DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS ETC until you see our stock THE Joseph Mercantile Co If O OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOO oooa a a a a a a a a a a c a I Co- HERE I the i COSTWalkover 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 nev and uptodate in Neckwear Call and see us B i AT I IIIIII III- I I I I I I I I III I HTiLOGANI fWI I wwwwwwwr- Y Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly Pub lisped 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 I 5 The Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to W P WALTON Mgr E L Woods Prest W C Fish frest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED pi I The Kentucky Stde I a i I IItis especially valuable to Lawyers II aA I II II Journal Vice Statmt condition June SO 190- 3KESOUKCEV Loans and Discounts T31S9 10 Overdrafts l 90 Due from banks 12213 47- Hanking House and Lot 1500 00 Mortgages 10W7 00 44Ji 13 and Fixtures tl03US3 C- OL1AIIIL1TES Capital Stock 1C000 00 Fund 5331 34 Individual Deposits 1000 00 eo Furniture 3200 10361 CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 DIUECrORSI M COY R G GUYS J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS EL WOODS w C FISII I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality BUGGIES AT FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros II Insurance mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmm I i E cosr i mmmmmmmmmmillmmmmmmmmmmmm i i E j mmm Ulu uuun nu mn n n j junuunuuuuul nnnnrm rnrmnrnrnrnrnntr nrnrnrnrnnmm rntmiv E CENTRAL RECORD laslued Weekly 100 pcr Year I LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky ca SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Lancaster Ry September 22 1905 HAUKSBDKY i Greening of Lexington made a business trip here last week Mrs Duncan of Mt Hebron was the guest of Mrs Marsee Sunday Mr Edgar Boner of Missouri was vis iting friends and relatives here and the supper About 41 was realized at the supper given by the Ladies Working Society on last Wednesday evening Dont fail to meet the Corn and Special court day Sept 24th at 425 p in at depot at Lancaster Miss Fannie Floyd of Danville re turned home Monday after a pleasant visit to Misses Minnie and Bcttie N G Bogie and wife Mrs J W Misses Lula and Lizzie Simpson and Mrs Mac Hughes left Tuesday Lexington where they will spend the week attending the fair The sale of A llices was attended and the prices on stock as following Milk cows 12 to 20 15 to 20 fat cattle 3 50 per hundred mules 85 to 125 corn 1 5g in the heap Mr Rice is a good citizen and his many friends regret to see him leave the community HYATTSY1LLE Henry C Arnold bought of E T Pierce a calf for 15 J A Sanders bought a bunch of cat tIe paying 31c per lb Robert West made a trip to the mountains last week Prof Secrest of Kirksvlllc was in our midst Saturday Miss Carrie Sanders has recovered from a severe spell of tonsilitis Will Leave wife and son were the guests of Mr Clay Arnold Sunday Miss Hattie Doty of Lancaster has the pleasant guest of Miss Bet WestMr Hiatt has returned home after a visit to his grandmother Mrs J II West Mr John A Sanders and family going to Lexington to attend the this week E T Pierce and daughter Tillie were the guests of N B Coy of Kirks viHe Sunday Misses Katharine and Hallie Arnold have returned home after a pleasant visit t friends and relatives at Sotuer set Mr Paul Arnold leaves this week for Illinois after spending a three months vacation with his parents this place Arthur C Mahan of Williamsburg is expected this week to spend a two months vacation with friends and rel atives here Miss Nannie Goodloe has returned to Talladege Ala where she will re sume her duties as teacher in the Deaf and Dumb Institute I W C I attended I Alfalfa I Roy- ston I calves I I il 3 31 b ell I Simpson fo wa ar faf a l VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore BEST 0 cj eb LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES Fully Vindicated Read alt the The investigation being held in New York in reference to the meth ods and conduct of Life Insurance Companies is attracting much atten tion This is natural since a majori ty of the people are interesed in in it is regarded as a necessi ty by many It is right to inquire in to the doings of every institution in which the people are so deeply inter ested and this has been the custom with banks and Insurance companies for many years yet no one would de nounce the principle or the object of either if irregularities should be found The proper course would be to clean them out correct errors and keep them as heretofore under the proper legal restraint and supervision This would make them stronger and better than ever But the investigation has revealed nothing that has not been to the interest of the policyholder who is the owner of such a company as the New York Life Tile trouble is that the people are not familiar with the methods necessary to be employed in handling and investing large sums of money so as to get the best results Tile operations in a syndicate have yielded larger profits than could be otherwise acquired and such methods are used by the strongest financial in the world Another trou ble arises from the fact that love sensation and form an opinion without hearing the testimony in de tail The court requires the jury to hear all the testimony before attempt to make a verdict In proof of fact that the largest profits have been made for the policyholder in the New York Life and that his interest has been faithfully guarded we quote from large papers in New are familiar with the facts and which are under no obligations on account of advertising since the company does not use them for that purpose The Globe has been convinced by careful perusal of the stenographic report of the testimony given by Mr John Clallin before the Armstrong committee last Friday that its own account of the proceedings was in sev oral particulars misleading In so far as an impression was given that Mr Claflin was a member of any syndi cate which sold securities to the com pany at a profit to himself the news report was wholly wrong In tho single case in which he his own account that of the Mer oantile Maine syndicate the member ship was on exactly the same footing as that of the company of which he is trustee In other words his private lodgment of the value of the bonds offered was such as to induce him take for himself a relatively block of the securities for the which on a large scale by the com pany he voted as trustee In quoting him therefore as testifying that he was a member of a syndicate that sold bonds to the company a mislead ing implication was convayed He merely nought for himself at the same terms from the same syndicate bonds which at the same time the trustees took for the company In no sense was he as an individual a vendor trustee It is but fair to add that nothing in Mr Claflins testimony reflected any Proof surance and institution people- r sing Yorkwhich participated- on toe small- r purchase- of tot himself as thing but credit on the business mathods of the company He showed that even in respect to syndicate oper ations a sound policy prevailed par ticipation in them being governed solely by consideration of the invest ment value of the securities offered and not at all by the speculative chance of underwriters profit In each case the company subscribed it believed that at the price or B fered the investment was a good one v contention that debenture bonds of a very strong company are first mortgage bonds of a weak com pany will not seriously disputed New York Evening Mail Thus far the oflicers of only two companies the Mutual and the New YorkLife have been heard and most of the time has been given to the latter company Its records have been thoroughly scrutinized and three membersof its tinacecommittee John Clallin Edmund D Randolph and been most searchingly interrogated After five days of such probing what has been established Let us look at the facts Any funds not accounted for Not a dollar Any speculative syndicates in which the directors bought and sold to themselves Not one Any out of the usual course of good business method Not one Any mingling of personal profit and company loss Not the most remote Take all the testimony given by I Messrs Claflin Randolph and Lang jj don and not one statement can be k found that reflects on any of thorn individually or on the company as a rwhole New York limit to 3 which sensationalists in and out of IWall Street are put show in crude 1 misrepresentation of testimony before the legislative insurance in candid outline of the New IInsurance Companys invest M ment policy being seized upon for yellow distortion Treasure Randolph I in plain straightforward fashion be 3 gan on Fridry to explain the methods 3 ings in executing the ultra conserva Give rules adopted by the New York Lifes before any where was to be heard suggestion of I those prostosts which spcculatives per elsewhere have since arous J It was shown by his testimony that liquidation was undertaken with calm sensible progressive 3 to trustees having other than fc personal interests to safeguard Much of the liquidation was immediately P accomplished readily but for other holdings slower procedure was requir ed some of the original issues all pub C licly listed being still in course of sale Performance like this is the perfor I mance of intelligent guardianship I Only professional sensationalism can J affect to believe that the interests of the insurance company its policy hold ers or any body else could haye been better or even comparably served by sudden noisy rushes to an auction block to make reckless value sacrifices Merely the question is whether it be best to serve the criticiser who forever I is professionally yowling or in faith I ful straightforward business fashion I to execcute a trust wherein are vested I the interests of window and orphan And it may be safely forecast that I investigation far proceeds the j truth and justice of this will have es tablishment beyond dispute I t j because Ills superior- to b Woo burll Langdonhave TribuneThe quisitiona York Life divestingitself directorsadopted led methods- I I committees transactions before Field SeedCan furnish strictly nice Seed Wheat Rye Etc Will buy or sell 9 Also can GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON III 1J In I 1i I ITimothy FEED 1 I HaYIStra hand Corn Bran Chicken Feed Chop a Etc Kindly get my prices i ft Imf Portland and Black Diamond Cement I m Lime and Window Glass I I Oats i I 1 JI 1 1 Stormes Drug q Paint Store Danville Kentucky FALL and WINTER DRY We are now ready with an immense stock of all the latest ideas in Ladies and Childrens readytowear gar ments and materials all ready for your inspection in the best lighted store in Central Kentucky Tailored Suits Every desirable style Dressy Eton Suits Em pire Coat Suits Military Suits and Long Coat Suits we have them all and you can make your own selections All are new and all our suits are mantailored and made in first class sanitary work rooms Prices frcm 1350 to 0000 Junior suits for school girls of 12 to 16 years in attractive styles from 700 up 1I A 1fiT 7 C7 WFWW l Btcy i GOODS I many r f a f a Rain Coats aa4 Cloaks We make a specialty of Raincoats and carry a bigvari ty from 900 to All good values and new this season Many elegant long wraps in cloth and silk from ioo to 4000 Our ir and io inch Raincoats something new and very stylish and practical Fine Furs It may seem early to buy furs but we know that the most select specimens of fine furs are to be found in the first lots as we naturally select the best the Furriers have We call special attention to our line of Mink Black Lynx and fine American Foxes made in all the new shapes Silk Petticoats Excellent styles at 5oo 600 650 and up these are made of fine guaranteed Taffeta silk Dont fail to see these as well as our satteen petticoats from 100 to 3 00 Ladies FurnishingsLad- ies belts and girdles from a c to in a great varity of extremely new shapes Ladies neckwear from roc to 300 in scores of shapes Underwear both knit and muslin Kid Gloves Etc Wedding Presents The celebrated Jno Hoan Cos brilliant cut glass in hundreds of prices from 200 to 3500 Bohemian gold and decorated glass in very new and artistic shapes from 300 to 1000 Hand painted French and Royal Vienna china in odd pieces and dozens Plated silver and sterl ing silver of every kind in fact the largest selection of presentation goods shown by any one store in Central Kentucky and all are sold at money saving cash prices Come while the weather is pleasant and stocks are all fresh and new We will bs glad to show our stock whether you are ready to buy or not Danville Kentucky 2500 everyone Coo Allof 150 J Hosiery i i w O7 rr l h r ft fy Our prices on Ht 0 1 1 STUDEBAKER F Peopler Harry McWhorter was in ItVernon SundayMr Joseph is in Cincinnati on businessSenator George Farris is at home for a few days Mr Henley Bastin is in MtYernon for a few days Mrs Joel Walker visited Lexington friends Tuesday Mrs J M Mount has been quite sick for several days Mr Elurar Boner of Kansas City was a visitor here lion J M Rothwell has been away on professional business Mr J M wife were visitors in Lexington Tuesday Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton visited Lexington the past week Mrs E W Harris is visiting her son Mr William Harris of Paris Miss Ethel West is visiting friends in Winchester and Lexington Mrs J E Stormes is visiting in Lex ington and attending the fair Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Point Burn side is visiting relatives here Mrs Juliet Rogers and little son visited Cincinnati this week Miss Annie Herndon visited friends in Lexington and attended the fair Mrs Jonas Rucker has been visiting hersisters at the New Mason Hotel Miss Pauline Grimes of Stanford has been visiting Mrs Mattie Duncan Miss Ida Prewitt of Buckeye is vis iting Mrs J B Saunders Stanford ave nue Mrs John Baughman of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs E W Mor row Mrs Baylor Jennings of Mason has been visiting relatives and friends hereMiss Margaret Mount is visiting friends and relatives in Covington and NorwoodMiss Hare of Nicholasville is visiting her sister Mrs McClelland Johnston Mr William Collier of Middlesboro is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Jas Collier Winchester in Lexington Misses Alberta Anderson Bertha and Mary Burnside All ie and Bessie Marksbury and Mrs Louis Landram I Larra and Joseph visitIng daughterv andS i 1 t i A N D BIRDSELL I r WAGONS will interest you Call and see us MOUNT ELKIN It1j III Gossip bout were visitors in Danville Saturday Mr Joel Walker and son Joe have gone to Indian Territory to spend several weeks Mrs A II Rice of Louisville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs II A B Marksbury Miss Marguerite Kinnaird leaves this week to enter the Cincinnati Con servatory of Music Mrs William Boiling and little daugh ter of Point Burnside are guests of relatives in this oily Mrs A Hunter George of Meridian Miss is expected next week for a visit to Miss Fannie West Mr and Mrs Alex West spent a few days with their daughter Mrs C II Denman of Nicholasville Messers R L Davidson James Pierce Ed Collier and Harry Tomlinson attended the Lexington fair Mr William Collier of Louisville has been visiting R L Elkin and Joe Robinson Mesdames Theodore Currev J C Hemphill and Master J C Hemphili were Danville visitors Saturday Mr Paul Miller a very boy is at home for several weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs J W Miller Miss Myrtle Estes has returned to Pope Mr Ed Hopper and daughter Miss Mellie of Hustonville have been guests of Miss Jane Hopper avenue Miss Mary Arnold who has been spending the summer with her aunt Mrs Edna Wilmore of Kansas City is expected home this week Mrs R E McRoberts very pleasantly entertained her lady friends in honor of Mrs Armp Elkin and daughterMiss Bessie of Louisville Thursday Misses Katie Simpson Florence liar ris Vesta Lackey Altle and Bessie Marksbury Mr Dave Walker and Mis Louts Landram formed a party to the Lexington fair Tuesday Mr Frank II West of Washington D C visited his grand parents Mrs John K West a few days this week He was en route to AnnAr bor Michigan where he will attend the University One of the most pleasing affairs of the season was held Friday evening at the home of Mrs Robert Embry in honor of Mrs Armp Elkin and daugh ter Miss Bessie of Louisville Henderson visited the family of Mr W B Mason Sunday Little Miss Letchers mother was Miss Hattie Vaughan who resided here manyyears ago Mrs R L Elkin gave a beautiful luncheon in compliment to Mrs Armp Elkin and charming daughter Miss Bessie of Louisville on Saturday eve ning Mrs Elkin and daughter have been receiving the most flattering at his sisters Mesdames popular Navy spendIng Richmond even- Ing daughter band n Ir r l IIIHUBEROtD I I I Barn Door dangers I j III and I Get Prices Haselden Robinson ROOFING BIG FOUR Hinges Nails Our while visiting here Mr T A Royce and son Oscar attend ed the Lexington Fair Miss Mae Bell Daman of Carlisle is the guest of Mrs F M Tinder John N Crenshaw the father of Mrs F M Tinder is here on a visit Miss Mable McWhorter of Crab Or chard was the guest of Miss Bettie Walker Burnside last week Eld F M Tinder returned from Scot county Tuesday evening and will preach next Sunday at the Christian church He closed his meeting with 48 additions Middlesboro Record Mr and Mrs Kinnaird left Saturday for an extend ed trip east They will visit several of the swell watering places The of the trip are paid by a New York insurance company as a prize won by Mr Kinnaird for business he has secured his company during the year Judge and Mrs R A Burnside an nounce the engagement of their Mary Landram a charming and accomplished young lady to Mr Wil liam Brent Metcalf a well known and popular young man of Nashvilln Kansas The wedding will take place the latter part of October at the home of the bride only relatives of both parties being present and it will be a very quiet affair In Memoriam In the afternoon of Sept 11 1905 the harvesting Angel entered the home of G II and Kate Ruble and with his scythe severed a link in the chain that bound so closely this and taking by the hand their sweet little Ethel led her across the current of death to her heavenly home She had been a sufferer for four weeks God loved her and He took her to before she knew the cares and of this life Beautiful and sweet in disposition made her a favorite with all Kind hands laid her to rest in the city of the dead the blossoms we leave her to await the Resurrection Morn We loved her and we miss her but the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away He doeth all thing well Now dear and friends let us live such lives that when the summon comes for us we may enter that portal where dear little Ethel waits to give you a fond embrace Obituary On the 8th of September the friends of Leslie Teater were shocked to hear of his death after so brief an illness Though Mr Teater was a consumptive and had sullered several years was hoping to live yet fear ing not to die He was seriously ill but a few days prior to his death When he realized he was approaching deaths door he expressed no fears he was willing to die and manifest ed great interest in the future affairs of his widowed mother and wife He was comparatively a young man was married 5 years ago to Miss Nora the second daughter of Hiram Ray To this union were born 4 children three deceased and little Sallie Lou who him While quite young he the M E church of which he lived a consistent member Simple funeral services were held at the home where the casket was laden with beautiful Mowers for it was said he loved them so He looked so calm and beautiful in death Might it well be realized as the form of Leslie was looked upon for the last time that the loss was that of a beautiful life who in deed a true father husband son friend and neighbor In the moist earth we laid him when the forest cast the leaf And we wept that one so lovely should have a life so brief Yet not unmeet it was that one like that young friend of ours So gentle and so beautlfnl should perish with the flowers Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsvllle S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vlgorand became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her en tirely well She is now strong and healthy R E McRoberts druggist sells and guarantees them at 50c a but tie im PUBLIC SALE As executors of Leander Davidsons last will we will atdecedents late Lancaster and Buckeye pike onTHURSDAY Sept 28 1905 beginning at 10 oclock a m sell to the best and highest bidder at public the following personal property of decedents estate 3 work mules 1 good gentle family horse 2 cows 2 shoats4 stacks old nay7 ricks new hay2 stacks old oats About 200bbls new coin in field 3 road wag onsbeds and frames spring wagon 1 buckboard 1 cultivator 1 roller 1 cutting harrow 1 drag harrow 1 hay rake numerous plows and gears of all kinds and various and sundry other farming implements and articles Also if not previously sold 21 head of fat export cattle ready markets Terms All sales of and under will be cash all over 820 will be on credit payable Jan 1st 1906 without interest before maturity purchaser to give bankable note with acceptable surety thereon I tentons s expenses daughter relentless family Himself disappointments Under parents it it it uncomplaining saying survives joined was it it it digestions res- Idence on the outcry calveslsow5 20 c for IRLDavldson l DrIdsOD r Executors j Real Estate Hughes Svvinebroad 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 2 miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price 55 per acre No acres in good near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No 12 46 acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at No 31 18 acres new barn goodcot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 62 50 per acre No 116 242 acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 0250 per acre No acres located at junction of two pike splendid barn well watered good location for a doctor or for a store price 4000 No 126 72J 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 or cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No 133 3GO acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 65 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike new improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No 140 Dix river near Bryantsville strong soil well frame house stock barn and other out buildings cheap at 6000 per acre No acres all first class land in high state of cultivation fine a bargain on the pike Worth the price 75 per acre No 142 27 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 for sale or for rent for 1906 we can suit renters and purchasers tf FARMS FOR SALE W T Real Estate Agency IIarrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms nentfon ed below and many others In Mercicr und sell your property If you list it the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike veer Slmkerlown Mercer Co Ky well Improved Is tine land for hemp tobacco wheat etc 00 an acre CO acres 1 mile of Burgln on pike good prop erty very well improved at 7i au acre 130 acres on county road 8 miles of Harrods burg near pike welt Improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 10 acres fine land on pike near Salvlsn Mer cer Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod ern resldencj etc 3600 130 acres 2 miles from Harrodsbnrj on pike peas 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 an acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco laud 7 miles from Ilarrodsburg on pike walnut woodlaud improvements poor laud worth 100 an acre price G5 an acre 101 acres on pike 2 miles from Ilarrodsburg a ulcc home good laud cottage etc COOO 310 acres flue river bottom farm miles from Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco laud grows any crop woodland nicely improved 310 acres Garrard Co Ky lund on Kentucky river grows good cropj well improved at 30 acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms ICC and 19G acres highly improved grow any crop 60 acreWrite for my list containing Farm Bargains office near Court House Ilarrodsburg Ky Business and Bargains Sewing Machine OH Just received new lot of sewing ma oil Warranted not to gum tf I P Thompson For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf The leading florist is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest I P Thompson the jeweler tf Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wilt sell lots 100 to 200 of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jelllco Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before Leavells old stand Threshing coal lie II B Northcott I am for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale at Frisbies Drug Store Your subscription solicited Howard Withers For Rent for 1906 the property now occupied by Rev C S Ellis 923 tf Mrs Susan Fisher New stock of machine needles at 69tf Thompsons Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in tf Price Cut Profit Profit is wounded by our prices on Joseph Hughes Strayed Hornless red cow dry June1 1905 last seen in Lancaster June 3 Liberal reward for return or informa J M Gay McCreary 4t 1 7126 1130 neighborhood 2200 cultivation 11745 frame house new 129120 132250 13485 on improved 141155 improvements BY ad- joIning countlescan an acre Wan acre furnished Coal bushels orders lion a a C 199actcs will t30 187 song s 4 PAINTS J We guarantee to give you a better than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE IF AI T O E i L or ess New stock of watches and clocks at 69tf Thompsons 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 Home Journal 10 21tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling tlowers 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 Get one of our oil cool 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 For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H B Northcott 414 Please return our wire fence stretch ers and get reward 714 Ilaselden Robinson 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 S oclock ind on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear slut for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott Wanted a reliable white women to assist with cooking and general work in a small family Address Post ollice 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 isfaction Guarnteed For Sale or Rent Farm of 90 acres near McCreary 5 miles from Lancaster Very desirable situation Terms reasonable Gallon 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 Orand 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 Refrigerators at bottom prices 714 Ilaselden Robinson To reliable man with small cottage on easy terms Also a small wheat and corn if preferred Ap ply immediately to Mrs J L McCarley 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 porches has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton For Sale or Rent i I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by I Mrs Paulina Rigney and give posses sion immediately The house is in perfect repair with all necessary out I buildings and plenty of room to keep l cow horse calf etc The place con talus 3i acres For further informa i lion apply to W O Rigney tt Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest j 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 Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my ollice your ollice where 1 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 prices to parties wanting car load lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and 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 8 15tf At a meeting of the stockholders and Board of Directors of the Lancas ter Fair Association held in Lancaster Ky at the Associations unite on Aug 14 1905 it was voted by the Board of Directors by and with the consent in writing of more than half of the stock holders of said association to dissolve said corporation and close and wind up Us business All claims against or indebted to said Association will call on the Secretary B L David son and settle at once 4t Lancaster Fair Association 714 tf SUIt- able For Sale John Magee For Rent familYa contains C S C C ten ro m C r worth t of all kinds for all IIOI cr= PU L I Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General JIIrWL Insurance FREE Fall By special arrangements with Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Bastin I School Books We now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions Books We sell them only for CASH at state cots tract prices Old books exchanged LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J J WALKKK Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY 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 50OOO SURPLUS 1000 jfj A R DENNY Pr dldent JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest 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 II OOC OOCOOOOOC I X I Oh t i IR E McROBERTS ILancaster Kv OOCOOCCO OO J ra Z493 D i i o j riorooi1r ooX M ch401s s OOOoax OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOV00000000000OOOOmON itQ 8 i0000 00o0000Q00000000000000000O dI- l Eel li fr f f Merchandise Advanced 1 1 Our FINAL CLOSING OUT SALE is still going on We have quite a good line of I J t u I I inter Merchandise we carried over from last Winter bought at Y1 low prices winch we will sell Very Cheap aria in many instances for less than Cost All 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 WOOLENand m I I R J COMPANY Ji- r E Dickerson and family are at Richmond Oscar Ray bought of Dr Perkins his house and farm for 3000 Robt Witt who underwent such a severe operation for abscess of lung Is doing unexpectedly well There is a young lady in Buckeye to be married Wednesday unless post poned for illness in the family Dont fail to meet the Corn and Al falfa Special court day Sept 25th at 425 p m at depot at Lancaster Mr Allen Teater and Miss Pauline Foster will get married Thursday be fore starting to state Fair Both are well and favorbly known in this part of the county About half of Buckeye has just got ten back from Springs at different points and say they acted swell but Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as First Aid to the has an absolute of blood poisoning if applied immediately after kind wound Para camph is a combination of rare soothing balmy oils and camphor and owing to remarkable all institutions where a great many people are employed con morphine nor cocaine Hence it is a pure cies Mothers will find it far superior to witch hazel arnica vaseline salves or liniments because when it straight to the interior cells soothing the aches pains nerves oiling the muscles drawing out the fever application that has been offered to the the discoverer is to be for bestowing the Amer iran a and meritorious product learn from sources that Paracanipli is unequaled for the cure of Rheumatic Swellings and Inflammations The manufacturers antee every bottle to give no are taken Para It is sold only in and 100 bottles by all druggists or sent direct receipt of Paracaniph Ky a 300000 corporation CC EStormes vIsit- Ing Injuredwhich bythe everyhousehold perspiration Ve satisfactionso bytrying turedonly Com BUCKEYES congratulated BOWLING GREEN KY HOME LIFE To be happy and complete requires a perfect balance of health between hus band and wife Many a happy home has been made miserable by the whims and fancies the moodiness and ill of a dyspeptic husband or wife Dyspepsia and other disease of the stomach and its allied organs of diges tion and nutrition can be cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical When the diseased stomach is cured the food eaten is perfectly di gested and assimilated and the made strong by nutrition the only pos sible source of strength Chronic cases of dyspepsia and stom ach trouble which have been incurable have been perfectly and permanently cured by the use of Golden Discovery I was taken sick two writes Rev W H Patterson of White Cloud Ala with what the doctors thought was gastric trouble indigestion or nervous dyspepsia also constipation inactive liver I was in a Tried several dif ferent doctors with hut little result Finally I wrote you stating my condition Discovery Favorite Prescription and lei lets two bottles it seemed to do very little good I hail BO feeble that I was almost tad got down to one I wrote again and advised me to continue so I went and bought bottles and the Pellets and began anew following When I taken about five bottles I felt much better and was greatly improved and weighed one hun dred pounds Dr Pierces Pellets cleanse the from accumulated impurities Discovery is pronounced u tt You Dr Pierces Golden Medical travelingabout pounds six ot directions system mean to stop at nothing short of West Baden another season Did you say was Buckeye going to attend the State Fair Yes indeed you know it ha enough civic pride and look on when several of Its 500 horses are to be shown We have now In stock varieties of seed wheat wjich ve offer to the far mers at reasonable prices Also clover and timothy seed all kind of tick seed Would be pleased to have you call and see us and look at our seed wheat We have the very best tf II A B Marksbury Son Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy Level Va lie 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 Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At R E McRoberts 50e and guarnteed Trial bottle free 1m I to- go Consumption drugstore 100 r For ne best varieties of second crop and Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable mailed free on request Itinable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY LatePlanting SprayersDry National School of Telewanhv BowlingGreen Sustains Teachers Scientific Law Commercial ned Courses of Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WKEN YOU WRITE Address KENTUCKYS C asslc H H CHERRY President Bowling Green My BIG 6 STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON September 18 23 BIG DAYS IN PREMIUMS 125000 6 iN PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 333Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions 1 The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further InformaLtian Addres GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky t n 1 1 ANT VVKiCH CUTS LEAVES Species of the Tropic That Destroys Whole Groves of Guininb and Coffee Trees In the tropical countries there is a species of ant known as the leafcut ter It is the habit of these ants to go forth each day and cut the leaves from trees and plants that grow in their vicinity In South America these leaf cutters have been known to destroy whole groves of quinine and coffee trees by stripping them bare of their foliage Orange and mango trees also suffer greatly from these ravages But those who have made the ant and his ways of life a study say the little insect does not work such de struction through mere wantonness Leafgathering is the means of his livelihood as is the fruit and grain gathering a means of sustenance to man After cutting the leaves the ants car ry them to their underground dwell ings where they bite them into small bits and stack them In thick close layer to ferment This process of fermentation goes on sometimes in the dark damp place and then there springs from the rich leaf mold a tiny tender funnis This crop of fungus is carefully watched by the ant farmer and when it is ripe it is cut and stored away for food As the ants are extremely fond of this diet they work constantly to keep an inexhaustible supply of rotting leaves in their fungus fields Often when the ant settlement is a large one they are obliged to go long distances to obtain leaves enough to supply them and It is wonderful to see the splendid roads they make through the forest These roads are laid out as Straight as a chalk line and are kept 3lenn and smooth by the busy little travelera The leafcutter knows no obstacle for he goes around nothing that hap pens to stretch across his path If a log or stone interferes with his road way he goes over around it It a stretch of unfit ground is he tunnels beneath it but goes as straight on his way as if he were held in by stone walls at either side Got Off Cheap lie may well think he has got off cheap 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 pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c at McRoberts drug store guaran teed 1m EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points for its lines the following special oc casions C 65 Chattanooga Tenn and 17 and 18 Ac count Regimental Reunion Anniversary Battle of Chicka niaugu 61 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 NeDraska Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas North and South Carolina Georgia Florida and many other points Aug 1 and 15 Sept 5 and 19 Correspondingly low rates from other Southern Railway Stations For additional information folders schedules etc address A R Cook 0 P G 234 Fourth ave LouisvilleC 234 Fourth avenue LouisvilleG A G P A St Louis Mo W H Tayloe G P A Washington D C Every man owes it to himself and his family to master a trade or profess ion 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 telegra phy and be assured a position tf Louisville Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NoRTH BOUND No 10 504 A M for Winchester Paris Maysville Lexington Frankfort Shelby ville Louisville Mt Sterling and Ash land No 30 244 p M for Winchester yule SOUTH BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt Livingston Corbin MiddJesboro Norton Jellico and Knoxville No 29 153 P M for Stanford Ing Green No 9 826 P M for Stanford and way points Train No 10 makes direct at Winchester 737 A M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville and at 855 A M for all points east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct connec tion at Winchester 438 P M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct connec tion at Rowland 1230 P M for all points south to Norton Va and Knox ville Tram No 29 makes direct connec tion at Rowland 213 P M for all points north to Louisville All trains daily except Sunday Time above shown is leaving time from Lancaster Fare the same via either Winchester or Rowland to Louisville r I I s Itnever approached Nothing d Sept 12 Cincinnati Lexington Vernon GreensburgLouisville connection f i I return Natures Great Invention I I On de banks ob de Amazon far far away Wbar Dr Green cits August Flowers to Ah flicked dose in in ole Brazil An Ise a Yankee ah longs to be dar still Flower is the medicine free from alcoholic stimulants that has been successful in keeping the entire thirtytwo feet of in a normal and assisting natures of causes fect natural and result in intes tinal indigestion catarrhal affection of the stipation and other complaints such as etc i QAugust is natures ulator sizes 250 750 All For by H E iUcKobcrU BEUNA VISTA Victor Ruble is attending business college In Cincinnati Virgil Wilds has gone to Nicholas villeto accept a position Miss Essie Cecil of Wilmore is the guest of Miss Bertha Christopher Miss Ella Welsh of Nicholasville was the guest last week of Mrs J J PoorMrs Maria Lane left last visit relatives in Danville and Pulaski Las returned from where he bought a nice lot of fall goods Virgil Scott and wife attended the funeral of Robert Perry in Jessamine county Monday Mrs Laura Grimes of Lexington visiting her grandmother Mrs Mar garet Robinson Dont fail to meet the Corn and Special court day Sept 25th at 425 p m at depot at Lancaster Rev G N Jolly preached his last ser mon at this place Sunday evening goes to Conference the 28th at Lexing tonMisses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danville and Minnie Perkins of Mid dlesboro have been visiting Miss Bes BoltonMiss Wilds of Nicholasville attended church here Sunday in com pany with Mrs Will Dickerson of BryantsvilleW of this place who auc ticned off the stock sale of Mrs Mote Scott reports a tine sale stock bring ing excellent prices Mrs Colton Miss Lillian Poor Brice Sechrest Chas Scott and Irvine are among the Fair visitors in Lexington this week Attacked by a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use It in my family writes G J Welch Mich and find it Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at McRorbets drug store 1m NOTICE TO CREDITORS OAltKAUD CIRCUIt COUUT CR Anderson c Plaintiff- vs John Huffman c Defendants All parties having claims against the estate of Gabe Huffman deceased will present the sane to the undersigned Master Commissioner on or before the 14 th day of October 1005 properly proven as required by law upon which date be will sit in his ollice in Lancas ter Garard County Ky to hear proof on claims against said estate and also settle with the Administrator of said estateGiven under my hand this the 19tb day of September 1905 J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court NOTICE TO CREDITORS GAUUAUD CIRCUiT COURT W H Furr Administrator of Daniel Royston deceased Plaintiff- vs Kate Royston c Defendants All parties huvingclaims against the estate of Daniel Royston deceased will present and file the same before the undersigned Master Commissioner on or before the 14th day of October 1105 properly proved as required by law and also upon said he sit in his office in Lancasten Garrard Countv Ky to bear proof on claims against said estate and to make settlement with the Administrator of said estate Given under my hand this the 19th day of September 1005 J M Master Commissioner Garrard Court NOTICE TO CREDITORS GAIIUAKD CIRCUIT COURT Henry Huffmans Admr c Puffs vs Henry Huffmans hrs c Dfts and TildenHuffman c Puffs vs Eliza Adams c Dfts consolidated actions All parties having claims against the estate of Henry Huffman will present and file the same before the undersigned Master Commissioner on or before tbe 12 b day of October 1905 properly quired law and upon said date be will sit in his office in Garrard County Ky to hear proof on claims make settlement with tbe Admin istrator of said estate Given under my band this the 19 day of September 1905J ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cit cult Court 0 l t e i andab rebuildingby unhealthyfoods Flower intendedreg drug1 ale week countyA Cincinnati i Alfalfa Christopher covered of Teconsha perfect Circuit Circuit ceased proven as r against estate Scott S IiiS ROTH WELL and- o J K d x IO Otrie 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E Lancaster Kv Ask for McROB RTS Commissioners Sale of Laud GAUUAUD CIKCUIT COUUT 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 CircuitCourt 1 will on MONDAY Sept 25th 1905 publicly before the Court House door in the City of Lancaster Garrara county Kentucky sell to tHe Highest and best bidder toe following describ ed real property situated in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of and Dix river on the north side of the Lancaster and Dlx River Turnpike road about three miles fruit the town of Lancaster Kentucky and is the same land conveyed to Robert Hamilton by J R and wife by deed of record in the Garrard County Clerks ollice recorded in deed book No 17 page 103 and deed of record to Nannie Hamilton wife of said Robert Hamilton from Martha A Hall and husband recorded in Garrard County Clerks office deed book No 17 page 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 Sutton or corner to lot No 2 Stivers heirs thence with said line S 87 E 309 chains to a stake 5 feet past a thorn tree in said line corner to part remaining thence with line of same N lit E 29 70 chains to a stake in line with A G Herndon thence with his line N 87 W 3 09 chains to a stake in said line corner to lot No 2 Stivers heirs thence with line of said lit W 2975 chains to the beginning containing 8 acres and 3 Second Tract Beginning a stake 5 feet of a thorn tree in line Robert Pollard and corner to lot No 3 Mrs Ball thence with said Pollards line 5s 87 E 2390 chains to a stone corner to same in Mrs Alex Suttons line thence with her line N 3 chains to a sugar tree corner to A G don thence with his line N 87JW 16 72 chains to a stake in said corner to lot No 3 Mrs Ball thence with line of said lot S W 297 chains to the beginning containing 59 9 acres less of an acre for ground Third Tract Beginning at a stake corner to the B tract thence with Mrs Alex Suttons 2i W 733 chains to the middle of turnpike road thence with the and meanders of said pike N 82 7 chains N 72 W 1175 chains N OS W 8 29 chains N 73 chains to a point on said pike thence leaving the and with the B K Ball line South 87i E 2925 chains to the beginning con taining 12 acres and 1 rood The conveyance to said Nannie Martha A Ball and 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 II Warner and contains about one and one half acres more or less and adjoins the above described tracts of land on West side of same and is bounded described as follows Running North and South in length bounded on the East and North by the lands set out in the first deed mentioned herein and on the South by the Lancaster and Dix River Turnpike and on the West by the lands of Loyd Bourne Said land is sold for the purpose of 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 to execute bonds of equal with good and sufficient security for said purchase money paya ble to the undersigned Master bearing 6 per cent interest judgment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity and a lien will also be upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court This 7th day of September 1905 Commissioners Sale of Laud GAKKAKD CIUCUIT CounT James I Hamilton Plaintiff- vs John E Ballard c Defendant By virtue of a judgment in the above stylea action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY Sept 25tb 1905 publicly before the court house door in the city of Lancaster Garraid county Kentucky sell to the and best bidder the following des cribed real property 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 by said plaintiff from II C Herring Susan Fisher said avenue begins at the North edge of the Rich mond pike and Immediately East 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 wide Said lots are two in number numbered 8 in the plot made tty plaintiff in said lot No 5 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 beginning Lot No 8 Is bounded as follows Beginning in tbe middle of said corner Northwest Corner of lot No 7 thence with tile middle of said avenue 66 feet thence East a straight line 280 feet thence South 66 feet a straight line thence west a straight line 280 feet to the beginning Said lots will be sold for the purpose of realizing the sum of 646020 which is plaintiffs debt interest and costs to sale Lot No 5 will first be offered sepa rately and If it does not bring suffl clent money to pay the debt Interest arid costs above tben lot No 8 1 e ett Pol- lards lot S E 2J lit line S W W 315 husband required installments Commissioner paidhaving retained rand avenue 5i r b I hen him antI DYSriPSJA CUttC DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT-Tb 100 bottle contains 2H times the which 50 c nt ONLY AT THE LABORATORY C DeWITT dc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL S trial size tor o- rE tells rREPARED i said debt interest nod 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 lie will accept the bid as a whole if neith TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of cient surety for said purchase money est per annum from day of sale untilpaid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be upon said property sold until the payment of purchase money J M UOTII VKLL Commissioners Sale of Laud GAUKAUD CIISCUIT COUKT James A Baker Plaintiff vs E NY Bakers heirs DefendantsBy virtue of a judgment in the Circuit Court I will on MONDAY Sept 25 1905 publicly before the Court House door in the City of Lancaster Garrard ed real property situated in Garrard land owned by Elias Baker deceased and bounded as follows to a stake at 2 leaving branch to20 poles to a oak at 3 thence S 5J E 100 poles to a stake dog wood three hickory pointers at thence with the line of 3 N jl W 64 with it N 44 E 51 poles to a stake on the line of the Soper 90 acres at 8 thence with said line N 72 18 poles to a stone at N 9 E 44 poles a stone corner to lot No 3 at 77 thence with the line of same N 82 poles to a stone corner on dower line at 10 with same S 14 W 45 poles to the beginning containing forty six andone half 40 acres It being the same land conveyed to E W Jr by A Baker and wife by deed dated 7th day of Jannary 1895 and recorded in deed book 13 page 029 Garrard County Clerks ollice Said sale is made for the ourpose of realizing the sum of 345 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 0 and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds of equal in with good and sullicient missioner bearing six per cent per annum diy of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg went upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity and lien will aso be on the prc 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