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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 8IXTBJBKTII YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1905 I THE CENTRAL RECORD NUBS S r Guttering REPAIRED do first class work at I reasonable rates I Dont Put It Off j R- rl r summer months we offer Special argainsI Furniture I We can furnish your house from cellar to garret and wIth our easy payment system Ie Never the Money Please remember when you furniture that Wer8 tbe People to See Hamilton Dunlap Successors to JA J Beazley Undertaker Have your 0o in and We I b During IN You Miss need Bcazley CoN A b 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 n 4r USE ARKS TIX Cost Best Salesman E C BOfdS WmHerndon G B Swluebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Pol Ice Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers LeastWear 2 Caaa AGU R j r I Dentist Office over Thompoua store Danville st 4rf i st mnr eesP j I H F Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky Blue Grass Nnrscri6s Offer for the fall of 1905 a full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape vines Asparagus Small fruits Rhubarb Shrubs Etc We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter i1It i c t i l Local Notes Mr and Mrs Ed C Gaines are the ents of a line boy Some splendid letters were unavoid bly omitted this week Mr S B Henry has raspberry vines with a well developed second growth on them The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs R T Embry Capt Herndon says that if microbes get in our lake we can send for some Danville water as it kills them I am now ready to show my friends my beautiful line of Pattern and tall ored hats 1 am sure you will be pleased Call and be convinced Mrs Mary State Church Convention The State Convention of the Chris tian church was held at Maysville this week Mrs R L Elkin and Elder F M Tinder were delegates from the Lan caster church Jewish Holiday On account of Jewish New Year Mr Jacob Josephs store will be closed at six oclock p m on Friday Sept 29 and remain closed Saturday 30 un til six oclock p m Registration The law requires that the voters in Lancaster shall go to their voting places on the first Tuesday in Octo ber and register They cannot vote without registration certificate Beware Some flowers were plucked by some young ladies in the Cemetery last Sun day No names are called this time but if it is dune again they will have to abide the conscqueuces S BIIen ry Supt Mrs Josephine Boner the Bryants ville milliner has engaged of Miss Clara Bennett of who is one of the finest trimmers in the South She has a beautiful new line of fall and winter millinery and invites all to call and inspect 2t Protracted Meeting Large crowds are still attending the meetings at the Baptist church There have been several confessions and much good is being done for the generally Union services were not held Sunday night on account these meetings Peculiar Tree Mrs William Wherritt has had a peculiar tree or bush for 30 years It is about six feet tall and bears pome granites which grow on the points of the branches It is a native of Pales tine and the Mediterranean regions being mentioned in I Samuel 142 Numbers 1323 and Deuteronomy 88 Eld A R Moore The Birmingham News publishes a sermon delivered by Elder Moore at the first Christian church subject Why should I be a Christianwhich is replete with sound reason and full of living truth sufficient to convince any one that he should live a Christian life His able ministry is well remembered here Killing at Stanford About noon Tuesday Robert Sims a race horse dealer shot and killed John Farris who has relatives and many friends in this county A dispatch states that the killing occurred near college the parties being alone Farris was not known to have a pistol though one was found by his body It is said that they had a dispute about a horse which Mr Farris had in training Court Day A very large crowd was in town Monday About 100 mule colts were on the market selling at 40 to 100 A number of aged muler sold for 75 to 150 Master Commissioner J M Rothwell made the following sales 81 acres RC Hamilton land three miles from Lancaster toJ 1 Hamilton for 3000 lots No 5 and 8 Hamilton ad dition to J W Hamilton at 120 and 46 acres near Wallaceton to James A Baker at 84570 Giving Satisfaction The following taken from the county Enquirer will be gratify ing news to the many friends of Rev C M Chumbley in this section Rev C M Chumbley closed a very successful series of meetings at Bethel Saturday night There were fourteen additions to the church and a great many other professions who will unite with other churches All denomina tions without exception Rev Chumbley sermons are well stu died practicanle and delivered in such a manner as to win the admiration of every He visited the homes of Christians as well as the homes of giving each encouragement The congregations were large and were ve ry attentive to the services Farm for Sale The farm consists of G8 acres lying 8 miles from town i mile off the Poor Ridge pike and known as the Harris place 7 acres now in cultivation Dwelling and out houses Possession given Jan 1st 1906 For particulars see Joe Robinson or Chas W West I Microbes instantly Stedman the public oft Taylor loved ills sinners pa I services Cincinnati one Well Wishes For Editor Richmond Climax Editor Louis of the Lancaster was a most pleasant caller at this Friday Brother was on his way to where he will en ter a hospital for treatment of his lame limb with which he has been laid up for several months past Dur ing that time he has suffered a great deal and has been wholly unable to work No man in the newspaper field of this state has more friends than Louis Landram He is the former President of the Kentucky Press Asso elation and is an all round splendid fellow His brother editors extend to him their very deepest sympathy and if wishing trusting and praying will have any effect he will soon return to us a well man good for years to come during which he will continue to edit one of the newsiest and cleanest news papers in the state Fatal Shooting About eight oclock on Monday night five pistol shots were heard in rapid succession in the ottice of W A Arnolds livery stable A crowd and Henry Patterson a farmer was found on the floor all the shots having taken effect in his body two near his neck two in the left shoulder and one in the right lung All the physicians in town were soon on the scene and pronounced the wounds fatal lie was taken to the residence of his cousin Geo M where every thing possible was done for him His dying statement was taken and he died Tuesday at 10 a in W II Ward a well known gro cer of this city who did the shooting was arrestad by G M Slier and taken to jail Bad feeling had existed be tween them for a time There were several who witnessed the There are conflicting in reference to the matter and it is im possible for us to iiive the facts The Coroners jnry expressed no opinion as to the guilt or innocence of Ward It is said that Patterson was J P Doty who tried to stop the trouble received a slight wound Cur oner F P Frisbie held an inquest the jury making a verdict that he came to his death by shots referred to Funeral services were conducted by Rev C S Ellis at the residence of G M Patterson at three oclock p m and the remains were buried with Mason ic Honors in Lancaster Cemetery friends and relatives witnessing the ceremonies The occurrence is deeply regretted by the entire commu Wily Of course all the facts will not be known until the courts investigate case Real Comic Opera The people of Central Kentucky will have a rare opportunity to see a comic opera at the Danville Opera House next Monday evening October 2nd when tha Herald Square Opera Company will present Said Pasha The Danville Opera House is now under new management and has been coin pletely remodeled and beautified The opera to be presented Monday eve ring is made for laughing purposes but withal contains many of the rare vocal gems duets quartets and ensembles which has made it so popular everywhere The adventures of Ilaydad in search of a long lost daughter to be recognized by a porus plaster between the shoulders is very ludicrous The burlesque three duel between the two monte banks and the Pasha is a laugh pro ducer of high water mark While in winter the Herald Square Company produces the more pretentious operas summer and early fall months are given over to the lighter kind which now termed refined burlesque and in this capacity its reputation for clean wholesome musical comedy is a very envious one Lancaster people who wish to attend this performance may have tickets reserved by Adams and Embry Mgis Dan ville Opera House Admission 75c 50c and 35c A Week of Amusement The White City Carnival and Amuse ment Company with seven splendid attractions four free acts a good brass band and everything of a clean character to please tne eye and ear exhibiting here this week under the management of Mr James E Finnegan who was once here with a Street Fair The people are pleased with the attractions and it is that the crowds will grow until the last exhibition on Saturday night The shows have the highest degree of merit and are s follows Dream land 5000 Electrical Production Old Plantation Theater replete with pathos and music the Electric Theater with all the beauty and mar velous effects The Far Famed Poses Plastique a treat for the cultured and worth much more than the price of admission to every body The Mam moth Ferris Wheel the largest on the road The Dog Show which is the de light of old and young Among the free attactions are Prof Louis belger who rides a wire on a wheel the high Diving Dog and the Balloon Ascension with trapaze far above the earth The public should not miss this opportu nity to enjoy a season of rest and wit ness these high grade attractions For or Trade My house and lot on Lexington street Lancaster Ky Terms easy Call on Hughes for par tculars Ward Landram Record- r of- fIce Landram Atlanta gathered prominent Patterson unarmed cornered the Is address- Ing Comedy Sale B G n statements may he splendid exquisite predicted performance A THRIVING CITY Atlanta Georgias Lovely a Beautiful Place Thriving and Hospitable As stated in a recent issue of The Record it became necessary for the editor to seek special treatment for a trouble which has had us housed since the first of last May and we came to Atlanta some ten days since where we have been under the care of Dr W S Elkin The trip is not to be dreaded now as the L and N Railway furnishes the best and most comforta ble train service ever afforded the traveling public in this section of the country Solid vestibuled trains run from both Cincinnati and Louisville and the distance is many miles short er than the old way cf making the trip If you a visit to the lovely Southland our advice is to consult an L and N agent and get par ticulars as to rates time etc as you will save in both by patronizing this handsome new service As we were badly crippled and suffering the tor tures of the unjust little attention was given the miles of beautiful scen ery along this route and we will not attempt to describe it A few min utes time is allowed in Knoxville and we hobbled out to shake the honest paw of J V Arnold depot ticket an old Kentucky boy who by the way married Miss Florence Burnside He has a good position and is doing well At this point a Pullman is taken and you find yourself in Georgias beautiful capital early next morning At Knoxville we were ask ed for a health certificate by the fever inspector As Dr Acton had provided us with the necessary papers before leaving Lancaster we were riot forced to go through the lot of dempfoolishness required of all pas sengers traveling in this section Atlanta has a population of about 130000 It is easily the leading city of the South as the hundreds of man ufactorles and other industries go to prove The buildings are very most of them being built of the Georgia marble so eagerly sought af ter all over the United States There are many skyscrapers some of them 17 stories high Tliq stores and public buildings are equipped with every improvement known to modern and any ore of them would be a credit to any city There are manufactories without number all running at full capacity All classes of raw materials are manufactured though cotton and furniture possibly take the lead Atlanta is the leading wholesale for the South as manufacturers lave been attracted here by the su perb railroad facilities the splendid climate the inexhaustible water and the further fact that yellow the greatest drawback for the exist here During the present siege only one case and the patient came from New Orleans The doors of the city have been and are still open to refugees in fact Atlanta ollicials urge them to come here The retail stores carry as complete lines as can be found in New York and prices are extremely low The residence portion abounds with the most modern and handsome structures the neatlykept lawns pretty flowers and shrubbery quickly bringing forth volumes of praise from the hundreds of visitors who throng the city While all is hustle and pnsh yet there is on all hands a cordiality which makes the visitor feel at ease and welcome In other words all are striving for the almighty dollar but do not run over and kill you or forget everything else in life in the chase for the coin It is indeed a great pleas ure to mingle with people who are business in every sense of the word but who do not lay aside good man ners religion and we may say their very souls salvation to gain a few pal try dollars Dr W S Elkin who located in At lanta immediately after graduating is a Lancaster boy whose success as a physician and surgeon has been re markable indeed Within a very short time he established a large prac lice and his legion of friends in his old home town will be delighted to know that he stands today at the head of his profession in this section of the country Several years ago he with Dr H P Cooper erected a large san itorium in this city It is with every modern appliance and convenience while a corps of expert trained nurses assist and look after the wants of the sick and afflicted This is one of the leading sanitorlums in the South Dr Elkin has Just been elected dean of the medical department of the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons Some idea of the extent of this institu tion can be had when we state that an average of 500 students attend every term Dr Elkin and his lovely wife are very popular In Atlanta so clety Their pretty hospitable home is located on street the fashionable thoroughfare of the city and they are never so happy as when entertaining their friends Will S Elkin and W S Watson two Lancaster boys each have large and leading drug stores and are doing nicely Both are deservedly popular and have made legions of warm friends There are other Lancaster people here and we hope to them as soon as we are able to get about The is delightful The I mate Is very much like that of ken r Hustling com template agent sleeper handsome architecture market supply fevernow Southcannot equipped- r Peachtree Capital yellow doubtless appeared see weather ell tucky though the winters are not so severe Time newspapers are right up to the minute finely edited and far from the yellowishyellow so fre quently forced on a suffering public in certain sections of the country One of Atlantas most prominent in dustries is the manufacture of carpets and rugs The Southern Rug and Car pet Mills is one of the leading makers of these goods in the United State and there is a demand for its products Like other Atlanta busi ness firms this house is enabled to the goods at a lower figure than Eastern houses from the fact that tax es are lower facilities bitter and la bor more reliable than in the Eastern cities One of their leading features is the manufacture of Smyrna rugs There are a great many negroes here hut they know their place keep in it and consequently are treated well by all Theold time darkey is as in Ken tucky getting scarce and shame up 011 the white race the yallcr negro is as thick as burrs in a sheeps tail But so long as he works and keeps in his place he is treated with all consid orationAtlanta has the best street car ser vice we ever saw and we believe the company runs twice as many cars as can be found in any city and like the sewing machine they gosome The automobile craze has certainly struck this city There are hundreds of the machines in use making the lot of the pedestrian almost as dangerous as It is on the Public Square of Lan j caster on county court day j We had some trouble with a fellow at Knoxville who mistook our old pa per valise for his and it took quite an argument to recover our property Our grip only contained a railroad c pass a pair of artic over shoes and a ti lunch but we came near getting lick j ed over it The fellow was a little r screw faced up east drummer who iwould steal the hat off your head Begging pardon for a reference to our physical condition we will say jjjj that while improvement is slow yet we are on the mend and hope to get back to work before all the leaves take their final tumble and tie coal mans harvest begins Louis Landram Meeting of Confederate Veterans At a meeting of Camp M D Logan last Monday James A Bratton and H Arnold were elected delegates to represent the Camp at the State at the Confederate Home Valley to be held October 26th 1903 Miss Fannie Doty was elected Sponsor i to represent the Camp on said occa sion J II Arnold Commander J W Hamilton Secretary I I I i everywhere furnish I I reunion Pewee I t l 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 mar ket this fall You know what we dohave the very best of everything at the very lowest prices Dont select your fall DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS ETC until you see our stock THE Joseph Mercantile Co 4 i I oooooooooooooooooo oo ooo oo c c c co 0 e 0 e e e e ee e eoOOoOOOOOOO THY t I I II Co- HERE COME i Every thing and Fall and GOODS Arriving daily at Hf LOGANS I I I Uptodatein III I I I I 4I NEW Winter I BUGGIES AT FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Keinper Chic PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick mrmmmmmmmmn rmrrnrmnn E cosrUU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U nU1U1Ulu nU1U iU i E iU UU1UUi1i1i1UU i1nU n nU iU1UiU j j 1 mnrmnrnrnrnrnrnr irnrmmmnrnrnnmvnrninrnrn- ri I u uu J Statmt condition June SO IXb Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Due from banks Bunking louse and Lot Mortgages Cash Furniture and Fixtures LIABILITIES Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits UEsOt1UCEs 10 111111 III 1U N- wIta 1110000 SOO oo L 1S9 t1 1k 1i211 47 107 0 4492 l a uo g 5t 3t 1oaow CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 DIIr1iCrORE M COY 5 UUiiUYN J II WOODS dad K L ARNOLD K L WOODS J Sl UltIWWS WCJISH I i Our Customers are Fully by and r8i1J8ra 8raL8 I Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass I i Protected Fidelity Casuality Insurance n o d o I o n n f p Stormes Drugi Paint Store 3 c BOWLING GREEN KY National School of Telegraphy BowlingGreen Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic Law Commercial and Courses of Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky s CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Once in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Lancaster Ky September 29 igo5 The lax conduct in the management of county municipal state and na tional affairs is degrading in effect on the social and commercial interests of the country and appalling to those who stop to consider the matter and venture to prophesy as to the end that will finally come It heroic methods are tint used to arrest the tide of cor ruption graft and effrontery which is manifested in political campaigns and even in the Legislative and Judie lal departments of the country In many instances honesty and capabili ty must give way to money dishones ty and Ignorance The chief to be eligible to even seek an office is to have a certain amount of money to put in the campaign fund Such a rotten state of affairs exists from the most obscure viKugc to the Federal Govenment and the effects are such as to destroy everything that elevates mankind and secures happi ness and prosperity to the people There is a strong feeling here in of the Constitutional Amendment returning to the old time open ballot or vivavoce vote The question will be submitted to the people at the No vember election and many will vote for it to prevent hiding behind the curtain They want the public to know how they vote and they want to know how other people vote As to the floater he is the same under eith er system but he is not likely to sell to both sides when he votes openly It is said that the Republicans in Garrard and Lincoln both have made some nominations with strings tied to them so that they can pull them in as the boy does his kite MANSE Mr Boyle Doty was In Lexington Tuesday attending theFair There were communion services at tho Presbyterian church Sunday Miss Isabella Walker has been sot faring with an attack of sore throat Jane and Mattie Walker are visiting Mrs Sallie Hays of Stanford W C Doty has returned to Sewell West Va after a visit to his Misses Katharine and Hallie spent Tuesday with Miss Sue Higgins Miss Jennie Higgins and Pantle Royston spent Wednesday at the Fair Miss Alice Henderson has returned to Lancaster after a pleasant visit to Mrs W 0 Goodloe Protracted meeting began at Mt Tabor Monday conducted by Rev Geo Shepperd of Richmond The teachers of this district will hold their Association at Cartersville the third Saturday in October Eve ery body interested in education is in vited to come and bring a basket of dinner I Misses parents- Arnold Lex- Ington qualification favor VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore r t f i r POWER TO SUFFER It Comes with the Exercise of Will and the Faith That Sees Gods Care and Love We may not all know the secret of real happiness but who has not sound ed the deep or shallow waters of pain Why suffering Is so universal why there is no escape we may not fully un derstand but that every soul must feel its touch sometimes and it may be many times is certain There may be sufferings that may be remedial that are after all kindly In their results but while we are under their sway we can think of nothing but the pain of the now and the future is darkened by the shadow of the present There are tempests of sorrow and of anguish which sweep over some hearts leaving them barren as the desert swept by the burning winds that bring deso lation to every living thing they touch And sometimes the heart soil ever after refuses to bring forth the old sweet fruit of happiness It is well that the world is turning today with eagerness toward those who are preaching the gospel of cheerful ness who are trying to teach the de spondent and suffering the fact that by force of will by a persistent effort to see the beauty of the flowers of life though a storm be hidden in their depths they may overcome very much of their despondency and suffering The eyes that are uplifted catch the first glint of sunshine through the clouds and It Is true that the touch of blue or the glitter of the star seen through of the blackest cloud somehow takes something away from the fury of the storm that threatens So the little bright things of life will make us glad if we will only watch for them and finding them value them at their true worth But after we have carefully studied and in a measure have mas tered this gospel of cheerfulness still our greatest need is the power to suf fer and do it bravely It Isnt so much whether we are called upon to face a danger as it is how we face It To some natures the capacity for hap piness and misery seems wonderfully intensified says the Burlington Hawk eye and unless they learn the secret of overcoming by pure force of will the ministry of pain is buried deep the heavy weight of an exaggerated despondency Life never meant entire freedom from suffering for any soul but neither does it mean freedom from happiness The two join hands when we determine to keep bravely on the lookout for whatever of brightness the Father has waiting us at every turn of the road After all why should any thing discourage us when we remember that it Is He who Knows the trials that we bear The weary longing for a different fate The dally struggle and the anxious care He knows and we can watt HELPFUL THOUGHTS Purposing has much to do with pros peringHeaven has a smile for the man who strugglesThe gives significance to the outwardThe the eye the clearer the vision The stronger the faith the nobler the courage Leisure is pleasure to the man who is busy but to the man who is lazy there is no pleasure in leisure Profession can never take the place of possession nor can public pretense answer for personal piety Truth adds dignity who wean It it is becoming to the lowly and the lofty and is an emblem of the Re deemerSincerity wisdom and good judgment form a strong partnership Either without the other is likely to go into bankruptcyThe who make wars ought to fight them Let czars and autocrats go to the front and there will be fewer warsIt is a strange thing about happiness it is scarcely ever in sight when we are looking for it but slips quietly in at the door when ones back is turned It is a noble ambition so to live that good people will love you it is a better ambition to live for the good of the whether they love you or not United Presbyterian Our Work a Part of Our Life Everything we do whether by hand or brain shows a part of our life We build ourselves into our product It is wrought into our days work whether it be building a fence digging a ditch carving a statue painting a picture writing a book fighting a battle or form ing a government Willingly or un willingly for good or ill our works us illustrate us live after us The beautiful home is no more a part of the provident mans life than the beggarly shack of the improvident Each is a photograph of the man No man dies when his spirit leaves his body He lives in what he has done The singer will be singing his songs through other lips long after he has passed into the songless temple of dust The mechanic will live in the work of his hands which shelters his loved ones when his hands have lost their cunning The orator will thrill multitudes as his quoted words fall the lips of other speakers though his ears are deaf to his own persuasion We are more Im Should Elevate Hot Down All business and all work should lift up and not hold down should make free and not enslave should ennoble and not degrade It is honorable to make shoes or anchors as to paint pic tures or write books The shoemaker should learn the secret through his work of finding the sandals of manhood for his own feet The blacksmith should learn through the making of anchors for his great ships to find the anchor that is to hold hisown soul to the truth the storms of life Boy J W LMDD under tohim people reflect Presbyterian as j thrift from Hold amid r e d BUCKEYE T 0 II 111 sold a nice heifer tc Alex Miles at 3c Mr Boone Sanders and wife visited home folks last Sunday Forrest Stapp sold a nice bunch of cattle to A C Miles at 310 per hun dredMr Wilbert Ray and sister Miss Nettle attended preaching at Gilead SundayMr Witte who has been se riously ill for several weeks is much ImprovedMr Mrs Wm Ray of Madison were guests of J N DIckerson and family last week Miss Lula Prewltt of Missouri was the pleasant visitor of Mrs Walker Bradshaw last week The protracted meeting will begin at this place Sunday night Every body invited to attend Mr Bob Price and family and Mr and Mrs John Brown were visitors at Mr Lee Browns Wednesday- Mr and Mrs T 0 Hill attended prea ching at Gilead Sunday and were visitors of Mr Newt Hendren and ram iiy Mr J N Teater and wife Mr Roy Beazley and family and Mr Steve Walker and family were visitors of Mr and Mrs T 0 Hill Wednesday BOURNE Mrs Allen Ray sold a mule colt to Jeff Dunn for 840 James Stinnett sold a calf to G W Thompson price 11 Mrs Sam Morford who has been quite sick Is convalescent Mr Bent Holcomb and family of Bryantsville were visitors here Sun dayJob Marsee sold 35 sheep to A T Scott of Beuna Vista at 450 per head Quite a number of our farmers County Court at Lancaster MondayLittle Rovesta Marsee of McCreary Is visiting her grand mother Mrs Tom Turner Miss Minnie Jackson has returned from a delightful visit with relatives in Louisville Mr Fox Turner and wife of Elm wood Ohio are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Gilbert Turner Miss Rovesta Lee Turner the elite lent of Buckeye was Mr Dan Cheatham wife and hand some little daughter of Bryantsville Morford Dunn have had their fur niture store newly paintedwhich adds greatly to the appearance of our lit villageMr Jackson and family and Mr Martin Broyles of Beuna Vista were of Mr and Mrs Sam Mor ford Sunday Ralph Anderson and Lee Arnold of Lancaster attended preaching here Sunday and were visitors of Mr Allen Ray and family Mr Ben Marsee and sister Miss An nie of McCreary were visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Tom Tur ner Saturday night and Sundav Miss Duncan accompanied by Miss Minnie Ball of Pollvs Bend was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Duncan Saturday and Sunday PREACHERS V1LLE W B Bennett will sell his farm stock and crop Oct 19 J H Thompson bought 8 mule colts last week for 45 per head J M Cress sold 10 mule colts to Ran kin Bros for 75 Der head Mr Dan Naylor is making extensive improvements on his house The sale of the G W Evans farm stock c will be October 5 Mr E Foley has been in Whitley county for a few days on business Mr Lesley Harber was visiting his sister Mrs Lettie Thompson last Rev W B Ragan is attending the Convention at Lexington this week Mr B T Lunceford bought a nice work mule in Rockcastle county last weekMr Sam Ramsey and wife have been visiting their parents Mr Dai Naylor and wife Foley Holtzclaw are buy ing a car load of hogs to ship to Jelllco Tennessee W H Brown J M Cress and J L Hutjchins were in Cincinnati last week with stock Miss Carrie Thompson has been in poor health for time though she is improving Mr Willie C Cummins has been con fined to his bed for a few days though he is some better Mrs Ettie Hedges and Mrs Sallie Snapp of Lexington are visiting their brother Herndon and family Rev R F Jordan who has served Methodist church here as two years was sent to Burnside and Rev Green V Todd was sent here Several from this place attended the Sunday School Convention at Crab Orchard last week and were delighted with the convention Dr R M Farris hap moved to the property be bought from J P Rogers and Mr Rogers has moved to the Mrs Bell property he has bought D1 r school teacher Sunday Sunday guests Toa K Sunday lIE Elmore Mr E I attended C at snit the posterior all that Field SeedCan furnish strictly nice Seed Wheat Rye Timothy Etc Will 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 BANKS HUDSON LEXINGTON u wr M WIltV I I FEED I II I iJIIJJnt 1A lVIv a Kentuckys Great Trots OCTOBER 314a i MM W 1 t Feeds I Webers Famous Band t4 1 e fa r r- l 21000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct9 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct 11 ONE OR MORE Half Fare on All Railroads DAILV r g3 rICES RESOLUTIONS Adopted at Republican County Con vention Sept 20th 1905 Your committee on resolutions beg to report as follows First We approve the call made by R II Batson chairman of the tive Committee of Garrard connty to hold a convention in Lancaster on September 20th 1005 to nominate county and legislative can dilates to be voted for at the ber election 1905 Second That we reaffirm our belief in the principles of the great Republi can party and further that we heart ily endorse the administration of The odore Roosevelt President of the States and point with pride to the fact that during his administra tion and through his personal influ ence peace has been declared between the two great nations in the far East Third That the republican party has at all times been in favor of tree speech free ballot and a fair count and it is the earnest hope that the lib erty loving people of this common wealth will demand of their the enactment of such a law as will insure a free ballot to be fairly and honorably counted Fourth We favor a and equal administration of justice to all and believe that elitists while holding oflice are the sworn officers of the people and not partisan officials to the exclusion of any Fifth We believe in a unanimous representation of the Fiscal Court in passing on all questions in which the people and the taxpayers are interest ed and the finances of the enrolls in volved and that all contracts let for the county work on roads and other wise should be lawfully advertised and let to the lowest and best bidder with sufficient bond for faithful per formance Sixth We favor the strict of the law against all illicit and illegal violations and believe that should the lovers of liberty and the gtod people who believe in the strict enforcement of the law vote for such men as we believe we present for the county officers to be voted for at the November election that a better state of affairs would exist Seventh We favor good citizenship good roads good schools and good gov ernment Faithfully submitted Kentucky United representatives fair enforcement Exec ore u I John Ilamm J T McQuerry w HCollier Coro tee MAKKSHURY John bought a lot of fat hogs at 2 cents Virgil Chesnut bought in Danville on last court day a horse for 8110 John Royston Jr bought a good horse last Monday in Danville for 890 Miss Georgia Dunn accompanied by her guest Royston of Point Leaveil attended the fair at Lexington Mrs S C Roop and children who have Turner Miss Panthea l iy Daily Grand Concerts 1 been with her husband here for sever al weeks left Saturday for her home Mr Jonah Marsee has added much to the appearance of his residence i v giving it a new coat of paint and buil ding a veranda Mr and MJS John Woods Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins Messrs Fleece Her ring and Robert Fox went to last week to take in the Fair Mr S C Poop built a beautiful two story Martin house for J I of Lancaster the house contains J rooms two verandas chimneys c Mr Whit Johnson a machinist em ployed by Mr S C Roop while at work on a bulldingaccidentally fell driving a nail into his hand The wound is a serious one and will render him una ble to work for sometime in I ff L Lexington For Late Planting The best varieties of second crop and Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Oar Special List of Seasonable Sends Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A New Treatment Per the pores of tlte skin which beau tiffes the complexion people especially ladies are annoyed skin blacjt and blotches Such ail meats are generally treated with cold cream face witch hazel etc which only afford temporary relief if trouble in the inactivity of the pores of the skin I the are their duties properly the complexion will be good unless from some chronic blood trouble A Louisville chemist has succeeded in perfecting a product known as to the face hands or any part of the body opens removes unnatural stimulating the circulation and induc perspiration sweats out the trouble It washes out the the skin makes them healthy thereby giving a satin specialists with the success and endorsed by all physicians owing to the fact that it pure and harmless Paracamph can be purchased at firstclass store or your dealer does not it order direct from the factory The price is within the reach of all Sold only in 25c EOc ant bottles Manufactured by Tip Paracamph Company Louisville Ky CCJE Stormes 1 f f and obstructions- by preparationis 100 X w 1 preparations i t tl c- rt active o I aw Our onf prices TTTi STUDEBAKER PeopleJ A Brief Mention of Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In G S Greenleaf has been sick Miss Sallie Tillett was visiting rela tives in Lexington- Mr George Harden of CovinLton was here a few days Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford was with home folks last week Miss Mary Burnside will visit friends in Lexington this week Mrs St Clair of New Orleans is visiting Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton attended the Lexington fair Friday Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbury was with friends here this week W B Burton has returned from sev eral days visit in Lexington John T Hays has rented the Shng ars property on Danville street Miss Pearl Falconer of Danville has been visiting relatives here Mrs John Greenleaf of is visiting Airs Emma Kauffman Mr and Mrs Joe McGill of are guests of relatives here V A Lear and wife were in Lexing ton last week attending the fair Mr and Mrs Collier of Brodhead have been visiting Mrs John Magee Mrs Juliet Rogers and son Joseph returned Saturday from Cincinnati Little Homer Hays is improving alter a long illness of malarial fever Mrs Jerry Respass and children of Virginia are guests of relatives here Mr and Mrs George Lane of Buena Vista visited Mrs J 1 Mon dayMr Will Watkins wife and children were guests of Mrs Ellen Bettis Mon the f t I i t i- I s Richmond Cincinnati I I a A N D BIRDSELL I WAGONS I r will interest you Call and see us MOUNT ELKIN Gossip About Miss Irene Romans of Madison In stitute was at home Saturday and SundayMr Mrs J T Cherry of Brod head were guests of Mr and Mrs R II BatsonMr Arnold of Richmond has been the guest of his sister Mrs Sam JohnsonMisses Olivia Sweeney Bersha and Robinson were visitors in Lexington SaturdayMiss Kmnaird has en tered the Conservatory of Music in CincinnatiDr Frank Walker of have been visiting Mr and Mrs J Wade Walker Miss Katharine Grof and brother Charles of Germany are guests of Mrs It Zimmer A very handsome picture of Master Will Rice Amon appeared in Satur days Courier Journal Mr and Mrs F N Yowell of Huston vine have been visiting their niece Mrs Booth Thompson J W Gulley and sister Miss Bessie have returned from Lexington where they have been visiting Miss Alberta Anderson is in Lon don with friends She will take part in the elocution contest Editor E C Walton was here Mon day in tHe interest of his splendid pa per the Interior Journal Mr Win Lear and daughter Miss Bessie Mae were in Lexington last week and took in the fair Mrs R II Tomlinson and daughter Miss Margaret have returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Aunt Minerva Beddow of Danville is with her granddaughter Mrs Dunn Richmond avenue Mr and Mrs Alex West have from a visit to their daughter Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholasville Mrs Theodore Cowherd of Louis ville and Miss Bettie McDowell of are with relatives in ths day Louisville Ophelia returned LaGrange FALL MILLINERYI j i My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is to assure you it is upto date and at reasonableI I needless I prices You are cordially invited r r IIII ROoFING I BIG FOUR I II III Barn Door Hangers I IIII Hinges and I Get Prices Haselden Robinson t i w wwr w nMrwCrw- aWufuWA LRUBEROID Nails Our WuwwuwIL I Miss Kendall Frankie who has been visiting Misses Martha and Helen Gill has returned to her home in Bluff ton Ind Mrs Robert Rogers of Philadelphia and Miss Milward of Lexington were guests of Mrs Banks Hudson this week Mesdames Mary E Reger of Fort ville Ind and D C Fowler of Indian apolis visited their cousin W H Pope last week Misses Virginia Goodloe Messrs Joe Burnside and Sim Anderson attended the VanArsdallAnderson wedding in HarrodsburgW the general hustler of his town was in Lexington last week mingling with his many friends and attended the fair Mr and Mrs Chas C Humber are congratulations over the of a tine baby girl christened Gladys Marguerite- Mr John M Farra is traveling in the interest of the Fourth State Develop ment Convention which meets in October 10th Herbert Kinnaird and Billy West went to last Thursday night to see their old minstrel friend Gus Sun and his minstrel boys Misses Sallie Tillett Laura Smith and Bertha Burnside have returned from the cities with a beautiful and stylish line of fall and winter millin ery Dr E H Pearce who formerly preach ed for the Methodist church here has been appointed a delegate to the Church Federation convention meeting in New York in November Miss Alice Maddox of Eminency and Miss Bertha Horetzsky of Texas will visit Miss Allie Arnold this week They have visited here before and both are very pretty and attractive girlsMiss Bettie Broaddus has secured the service of Miss Katharine Finger of Louisville as trimmer this season She is one of the best trimmers to be found in the South They have an up line of goods and invite the ladies to call and inspect their stock Mr J M Logan was at home two or three days last week looking after his business here He reports a tine trade in his new line leaving Monday for a four weeks trip through the North West He is one of our best business men and we regret that he will leave permanentlyMiss Damon dramatic reader and impersonator will give an elocutionary recital at the court house Friday Oct Gtji Miss Damon is nat urally resourceful has good native ability and is a good Baright Curr teacher Boston School of Expression Miss Anne B Royston reluctantly bade many friends adieu last eek to mingle with the people and take up her work in the Chicago University She has been very successful in her work in that city Her friends wish her great success health and happiness also wish for her aspirations to be fully realized and that much good may be reaped from her winters work Mr Wm E Morris Jr a former Lan caster boy is in this city on his way home from a visit to England and Wales where he has been on a three months sojourn to his father He is visiting at the homes of his cousins Mr Jim Pumphrey and Mr Marshal Eason Mr Morris is employed on the daily Gazette at Lawrence Kansas Courier Journal They have just married You can tell it by their fac es Be good to them The above handbill printed on blazing red pa per preceded Mr and Mrs J B Ander son of Lancaster to the Seelbach list nignt and although intended to cause the newly married couple much did not seem to affect the pleas ures of their wedding trip Mr and Mrs Anderson were married at Har rodsburg yesterday Mrs Anderson was Miss Florence Vanarsdall before the ceremony which was performed in the First Baptist church by the Rev J M Wood Accompanied by W Cheek of Danville and L M Pill of Va they arrived at The Seel bach last night where they will spend a few days before going to French Lick Ind Got Off Cheap He may well think he has got oft 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 for headache constipation etc It is dead easy to find trouble and make excuses Love is a disease of the head that affects the heart Men who know it seldom able to furnish proof Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their diges Lions 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 vlgorand became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helps her at once and finally made her en tirely well She is now strong and healthy R E McRoberts druggist and guarantees them at 50c a hot tie lm a city Lou- Isville National t date readerAnna annoyance cure guaranteedM receiving arrival Danville Alexandra Nothing allure N sells c Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky tile 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 7 120 acres 21 miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price per acre No acres in good near pipe cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No 12 16 acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 82200 No acres new barn tage bouse right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 8G2 50 per acreNo acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 126 721 acres on the pike 6 miles from Lancaster well improved price per acre No acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 3000 per acreNo acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state or cultivation cheap at per acre No acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike new Improvemenns well watered per acre No acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 1250 143 Five acres of land on Danville street at a bargain two story business house on public square at 2500 Rent pays 10 per cent Elegant residence on Lexington ave nue Lot runs back to Campbell streetTown 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 EfiniL Real Estate ApncyI- larrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms nention ed below and many others in Mercler and ad joining countiescnn sell your property If you list it the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike near Shakerlown Mercer Co Ky well improved Is fine land for hemp tobacco wheat etc GO an acre GO acres 1 mile of Bnrgin on pike good proi erty very well improved at 72 an acre 130 acres on county miles of Harrods burg near pike well improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 10 acres fine laud on pike near SalvUa Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod ern resldencs etc 3GOO 130 acres 2 miles from Harrodsburjj on pike new residence fine bottom land beautiful property 77 an acre will take Lancaster resi dence property as part puy 215 acres good laud iu 9 miles Harrodsburg on pike nice residence barns fruit lays well produces fine crops 35 an acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco land 7 miles from Harrodsburg on pike walnut woodland Improvements poor land worth 100 an acre price 05 an acre 101 acres on pike 3 miles from Harrodsburg a nice home good laud cottage etc 6000 310 acres flue river bottom farm 5 miles from Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco laud grows any crop woodland nicely improved CO an acre 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good crops well improved at 36 acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms ICC und 196 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 011 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 furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf 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 I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale Drugstore Your subscription solicited 187tf Howard Withers For Rent for 1906 the property now occupied by Rev C S Ellis 9 23 tf Mrs Susan Fisher The W C T U library is open every evening from 7 to 8 oclock and on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 tf For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B Northcott If your farm Is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 929tf J A Roner Mgr To The Ladles After Oct 1 the price of the Ladies Home Journal will be advanced tc 125 but if will give me your order before that time Ican get this publication for the next year for Remember any order before the 1st will save twentyfly cents as the price will be advanced al that time Mrs Dollie Brown at Ja I sephs store 55 1130 neighborhood 3148 goodcot 5000 116242 6250 127170 132250 70 133360 65 13485 50 14227 144A W rollll S at Frisbies you splendid only given Sa BY Mercer one dollar PAINTf 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 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling liowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf New stock of machine needles at C9tf Thompsons Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf 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 For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Northcott 414 Please return our wire fence stretcl ers and get reward 714 Ilaselden Robinson Ladies Tailors Department R II Batson has employed a Modist this season who makes a specialty ol Ladies Tailor Made Garments Guarnteed For rent at once tenroom two story house on Danville street one half block from Public Square Suit able for boarding house cistern garden and stable Apply to J M Orand One Whitman Hay Press Apply tt R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wilt sell lots 100 to 200 bush els of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jellico SemiCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavens old stand Threshing coal lie H B NorthcottCoal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of coal Buy now while it is cheap Phone 146 6t John Magee 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 Ap ply immediately to Mrs J L McCarley Crab Orchard pike Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two hails 2 has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton I have all the latest music in stock and can order in this line on shortest notice I P Thompson the jeweler t f For Sale or Rent I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by Mrs Paulina Rigney and give posses sion immediately The house is in perfect repair with all necessary out buildings and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The place 3t acres For further informa tion apply to W O Rigney tf Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January person holding the largest number of these tickets will given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office 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 Special prices to parties wanting car lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed Ring phone 140 call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from to 20 amounting to 8600 in all There will be four general pres eats of 50830 and andsixteen presents of 830 and 20 to given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Ten nessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is t ilr and simple Write to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for a of the Weekly Courier Journal giving full It will be sent free 2t Satisfaction For Sale Coal at contains or Presents forSubscrlbers CourierJournal thisprosperous 100 100 20 be C Si C C contains Notice details of all kinds for all I PURPOSft We guarantee to give you a better IlNTT1 for less ZLxEOIfcT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE E I 1 Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General Insurance r i FREE By special arrangements with Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 Bastin K OO OOOOOOOO CO0OOOOOOOO X School Books We now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions School Books We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged IRE MCROBERTS Lancaster KY XX OO COOOO 000OOOOO0O0 I I or I i CASHat 2 I 1 LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident JJ WLKlm Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONET Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1000 A R DENNY Pr IdeaL JOHN E STOHMES Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson no E Stormes W H Kinnaird V P r Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly Pub lished at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of The Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to W P WALTON Mgr J Z493 2 Wo o a B 2 O i I The Kentucky Stlte Journal I a i 11 I I I J Om0o000000000000 OV000000000000000 O 0 0 0 0 e 00000000 000000000000000000ooooomo o a Aft I Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription wins the confidence of women because of its superior curative There is no test which can be applied to this great medicine for weak and sick women which does not increase the esteem in which it is held as a safe and sure remedy for womanly ills No wonder that Prescription has a of friends among suf c ot II Wins The Conlldehee ci woiuea t Favorite fering women Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening drains heals and ulceration and cures female weakness It is a tonic and nervine for weak nervous rundown women I do not believe writes Mrs C B Lind President of the Womans Club Milwaukee 126 Seventh St Milwaukee honest physician who would prescribe Dr Pre for female troubles and the results could help but it to be one finest on the market today Have tried it myself several during the three years and have very satisfactory a worn out A is a inflammation superior t residing- at observe acknowledge chemist it and it unstinted traise as a highly concentrated analyzed THE CHRISTIAN HOUSEHOLD Heaven Experienced Below Wherever Devout and Prayerful Christian Faith Pervades the Home If there be a paradise on earth it is the Christian home writes Rev George Shipman Payson D D in the New York Observer There heart is bound to heart by those imperishable bonds which are wrought not of hu man affection alone but of human af fection inspired and blest through per petual union with that love which is love of God the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the com munion of the Holy Spirit This is Heaven below And this is wherever devout and prayerful Christian faith pervades the The sacred ties which bind our heart in Christian fellowship link Heaven with earth eternity with time And for those who have lost some treasure from the home circle whose memory today rests fondly upon the precious relics of a compan ion whom we fain would have kept beside us all the way the lonelier road is gladdened by the com forting assurance Them that are aslctp will Christ bring with Him and our hearts are soothed and quieted and grief is turned into holy peace while our tears fall on the empty place 0 how rich are the consolations of Divine mercy How blest are the homes in which the vacant chair to day is garlanded with a sober but con fident hope and where the irrepressi ble yearnings for but one touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still are answered by the Saviours com fort words Let not your heart be troubled in My Fathers house are many mansions There is no death what seems transition The life to come is linkeu with this life here Thanks givings mingle with our deepest griefs and most tender reminiscences while we abide with God Hopes spring anew from out the chastening mem ories which each domestic feast awak ens And with a new and deeper meaning born of our sorest bereave ments we may repeat the devout words of a reverent soul who sang long years ago All that is in Heav en anti earth is Thine 0 Lord there fore 0 God we thank Thee and praise Thy holy name EPIGRAMMATIC SAYINGS There is something wrong with man when he hates boys Rains HornThe enduring pedestal of lame is built out of lowly deeds done In a lofty epirit United Presbyterian- No large generous soul was ever a worrier Calmness poise and power to move through lIft Rhythmically without jar or fret arc characteristic of greatness and true Fairness and charity arc sue fruits of heart communion with Heaven and these perfumes of the soul carnot preserved unless we come some times into a desert place and rest inwhile T K Cheyne- It has been well remarked It is said that after keeping Gods com imandments but in keeping them there is great reward God has linked these two things together and no man can separate and peace Robertson If there be not a heavenly world to heal the wounds of earth if beyond jthe indefinite boundary of life there lies no land where wrongs are righted and sorrows borne away then is life a tragedy indeed and the sweet solace of hope a mockery to us all United PresbyterianLove getting but giving not a wild dream of pleasure and a mad cess of no love is not that it is goodness and honor and peace and pure love is that and it is the best thing in the world and the thing that lives longest Henry Dyke be taken as a foregone con clusion that he is a good man whose intimate friends are all good and jwhose enemies BO far aa be baa them eternalthe experience pilgrim ur a sereny nObllitySuccess belong not themobedience desireoh livingyes Van Itmay household sos laving cur ing women I have yet to hear one There is no alcohol in Favorite Prescription and it is entirely free from cocaine and other narcotics It is well a highly concentrated herbal remedy having superior curative propertiesSick especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Or Ffmrcmm Plommmat fmllutm m momt mlrml axafve herbal ative properties Your medicine has a large number of friends among suffer speak disparagingly of its described- as correspondence I W8ftMII remedy re men or cad cnaracter When a Ian has an irregular character he may ave friends among those who are ood and friends among those who are lot good The former will grieve over his wrong course and the latter will help to pull him down Methodist Protestant At Ones Best One is naturally anxious to ever at his best There are some music teachers who say to their pupils Never sing unless you know you are going to do your best Perhaps this is one reason why some singers are so finicky they never know when they are going to do their best Be that as it may there is but one way always to at ones best to live at ones best It is folly to try to appear other than we are Company manners are always awkward for the reason that we are not always in company and the man ners are not ever the same To be natural under all circumstances and at ones best is the secret not of doing wisely but of living well He whose life is ever up to the mark of a true and noble character has little need of thinking of himself as he appears to others He Is living on the level of his seeming Service STORIES OF BEAU BRUMMEL Spoke Lightly of His Humble Birth But Once Met His Match An English paper prints a number of storoes of Beau Brummel some of which perhaps are not generally known At a pavilion at Brighton ordered the footman to empty his into the fire because a bishop had taken a pinch unasked A man whom he had met at dinner offered him a lift in his carriage to Lady Jerseys ball Thank you exceedingly said the Beau but how are you to go Yar would not like to get up behind and cannot be seen in the same carriage with you He made no secret of his humble birth and when asked about his declared that the poor old both cut their throats years ao eating peas with a knife Once at least Brummel met his match He was playing hazard at Brooks when a wellknown alderman a brewer was one of the party Come Mashtub said Brummel who was the caster whats your set Twenty five guineas was the reply Well then have at the mayors pony said Brummel who proceeded to cast and by a run of luck won the stake 12 times in succession Pocketing the money he thanked the brewer and promised that in future he v uld drink no ones porter but his I wish sir replied the brewer that every other black guard in London would tell me the same Rabbit Fur Woven Into Fabric One of the strangest of modern industries is that carried on by M Pat ardChatelain at LousleSaunier in tilt Jura district of France It consists in taking the fur from live rabbits and weaving it into a textile fabric which makes the warmest kind of clothing known The species of rabbits which furnish the raw material for the manufacturing process is the rabbit which has received the name of the silk rabbit Every three months the rabbit sheds its fur and several days before this takes place nature is anticipated by female hands which remove the long silken hairs by gentle friction The skin is al ready ripe and the fur comes off easily and without the rabbit suffering the slightest pain from the operation In fact bunny apears to enjoy It lying quietly in the lap of the operator during the manipulation The Philosopher of Folly Let us be more charitable says the Philosopher of Folly For years and years the newspaper homorists have roasted baldheaded men for al ways getting the front seats at the theater Why attribute other motives when it is perfectly possible that bald get out from under things that might be dropped on them from the gallery Itpvplanrt Tyarip Easy Enough friend here will identify meBank I dont know her know I well Ill introduce you Puck e appear appear entirely snuffbox parents creatures I I material Angora unprotected beIdentifiedLadyMy TellerBut t ti r I you lOb Mr Julm Dunn still remains quite Ill Little Miss Margaret Jenkins enter ed Caldwell College this week Mrs Margaret Gallalier is visiting friends in Lexington this week Mis Hannah Sweeney of Jefferson ville is with relatives for a few days Mr Geo Ruble bought a number of sheep from Mr Marsee at 20 per headMr and Mrs John Chesnut of Dan yule were visitors at Mrs Boners this week Mr Smith Williams and wife of Burglnspent several days with friends here last week Mr and Mrs Nathan Noe are at home after a visit of two weeks in Indiana and Ohio Work on the new pike is progress ing nicely grading about completed and ready fur the metal Mr MikeSherrow after a few days illness died Saturday and was buried Monday at the Grove aged 70 years Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford re turned to her hume Wednesday after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Dr DurhamMr Jenkins sold a bunch of 1000 pound cattle to Jake Robinson at 4c and a bunch of 900 Ib to Wui Sauce at 3i per lb W S Simpson the presiding Elder of the Methodist church will hold the first Quarterly meeting here Sunday October 1st Several of our young business men are talking of leaving for the west in a few days among them Wm Glass R II Ballard nod Wes Farlee The young ladies of the Bryantsville Sunday School will given spelling Bee and Pie Supper at town Hall day evening Sept 29 opening at 7 oclock Every body Invited Admis 10 cents Like Finding Money Finding health is like Uncling money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irritation better act promptly Barber of Sandy Level Va He says I have a terrible chest trouble caused by smoking and cold dust on my lungs but after finding relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughsund Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At R E McRoberts drug store 50c and 100 guarnteed Trial bottle free 1m I EXTREMELY LOW RATES Announced via Southern Railway Extremely low rates are announced via the Southern Railway from points for its lines the following special occasions 50 Portland Ore and return daily up to and including Sept 30 Account Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition Cheap Homeseekers tickets 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 A G P A St Louis Mo W II Tayloe G P A Washington DC 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 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 Maysvllle Lexington Frankfort Shelby ville Louisville Mt Sterling and No 30 244 r M for Winchester ville SOUTH BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt Ver non Livingston Corhln Mlddesboro Norton Jelllco and Knoxvllle 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 conner tlon at Winchester 438 P M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct tion at Rowland 1230 P M for all points south to Norton Va and Knox ville Train No 29 makes direct 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 I j HYANlSYILLIo 4 I this fri like W C 61 round- trip Sept 5 LouisvilleG profession Cincinnati Ashland Lexington GreensburgLouisville con nee i 1 sion 0 connection Sn connection I O IT TODAY g i5 I s And to think that ten months I looked this I I owe it to German Syrup JThe timeworn injnnction Never put off til tomorrow what you can do is now generally presented in this form Do terse advice we want to about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with have for perhaps weeks JTake some reliable for it TODAY and let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup has been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and continued use for a few will cure you completely JNo matter how even if dread consumption has attacked lungs German will surely effect a cure as it has done thousands of hopeless cases of 250 regular size 75C At all druggists The Burley tobacco has about all been housed Carl Prewitt bought a mule colt last Monday for 00 W T Watson bought of Henry Prew itt a colt for 800 Hill Bros are receiving new goods and selling cheap Unncle Nick Ross is in Madison cou ty visiting his children Several from here are attending the protracted meeting at Gillcad Mr D C Sanders sold last Monday at Lancaster a nice 2 year old mire mule for 115 Pro J B Secrest of Kirksville was here last week and a welcome visitor Mr and Mrs Carl Prewitt have home after a visit of days to relatives at Brodhead The many friends of Uncle Joe Simpson are sorry to hear of him be ing robbed of all the money he had while on his way to Indian Territory John II Prewitt has been spending days at Crab Orchard he says to drink medical water lIe goes mighty often and Is a bachelor of about forty 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 familywrltes G J Welch Mich and find it per fect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at McRorbets drug store 1m 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 like today several das our apparently i For by n E MeRoberts NINA college returned covered or Teconsha w th de 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of the latter guns the new will be a great deal more powerful than the King Edward VII and Africa typeThe adding of a third screw to the new battleships whh will call for th3 addition of another engine is reported to have been definitely decided upon by the bureau of construction This which was introduced into the navy by Rear Admiral Melville looked upon with great disfavor by foreign naval constructors has proved a great success on the Colum bin and Minneapolis One of its is that in cruising great economy is attained in that when only a moder ate speed is required the central engine alone is used If a high rate of speed is desired the two wing engines and if necessary all three can be operated FRAUD ON LIFE COMPANIES Death Cleverly Simulated by Girl Who Was Insured in Uncles Favor A fraud scheme at the expense of life Insurance companies was carried out three times successfully as long ago as 1730 A young woman with an power of simulating death had for a confederate an elderly man who passed for her uncle Twice indifferent parts of England she insured her life in her uncles favor went into convul sions and to all appearances died Tho third time the game was played with an ingenious variation The uncle went to a life insurance company explained that he was in financial straits and wished to borrow money on his nieces estateTo compensate for such a loan he would have to insure her for its value but could not afford to have this insur credit The company therefore agreed to write the insurance under a bond of secrecy As usual the young woman went into convulsions and died Before her funeral she lay in state for all the He did not try to collect the insurance for some months and when he did the company paid him in full with of real sympathy So did nine oth er companies winch he had silenced by the same ruse and he joined his niece on the continent with a very impressive fortune TAKES DOG UP A STEEPLE Daring Climber Pays No Heed to the Dizzy Height He Scales Accompanied by his pet dog red Sutherland better known as the hu man fly scales heights that would make the common person ill from fright and dizziness says the Detroit Tribune A short time ago the authori ties of Most Holy Trinity Catholic church Sixth and Porter streets de cided their spire needed repairing and that the large wooden cross at the top needed to be replaced with a larger one of galvanized iron Sutherland was sent for The top of the spire is 240 feet above the sidewalk- I can go up it In two minutes said he and he very nearly made good his assertion It was only when the cross four by six feet had to be lowered that any real danger presented itself Being of wood and having been in since the church was built It had somewhat rotted and giving way was near to throwing Sutherland from steeple Sutherland is a Californian by birth but has done steeplework in all parts of this country and Europe Sutherland had his dog slung in a little hammock on his side while working at the top of Trinity spire The dog has as little regard for height as his master The Balance of Power If there is a balance wheel In affairs today it is in the keeping of the farmer Diligence and selfcontent count on the farm for more individual independence than they do in town foi even the most successful man In a city IB always dependent upon other men and Is usually overstrained to near the point of apoplexy It is said that there are three kinds of Americans Thou who reach the top or die in the attempt those at the bottom who have no hope of reaching the top but who want to pull the top off and finally the plain who have too much selfrespect to become disreputable and too much com mon sense to worry very much about the top class Agricultural Epitomise Huge Finished One of the largest pictures ever tainted has been completed by a preach artist after eight years labor The subject is the funeral of M Jarnot and the canvas measures 150 jauare yards battleships powerful Introduced warships system although advantages extraordinary exposehis prostrated position the AmerI- can people Painting expressions HARVESTING THE POTATOES The Best Methods to Be Adopted Un der Varying Conditions Foints About Storage If potatoes have not been affected with late blight or rot the best lime to dig them is as soon tops have died it ihe wiathnr is favorable am usually dug just after tire corn is harvested or before frost becomes severe unough to freeze tIre soil to the ileplh of an inch or sn Tills time of digging is usually chosen as a matter of convenience and quite irre spective of when the stalk dies as the latter dry up in many places about September 1 and often before aol tire potatoes are frequently trot ring until about a month afterwards When I he soil is well drained anil not wet there is not much danger to the crop by leaving it in the ground for tins length of time but if there is no disease the sooner they are dug the better Potatoes which have been killed by late blight will usually rot as soon as the conditions are favorable and for this reason a diseased groin is better loft in the ground as the tubers which are diseased will most of thorn show signs of rot before they have to be taken up on account of frost and they need not be picked at all If potatoes are dug and stored as soon as the tops are dead the disease will almost certain to develop in the jiit or cellar and healthy tubers will rot from contact with the diseased ones not good practice to dig diseased potatoes early and pile them in the field It is better to Inlay as long ns possible and then put the potatoes in a cool well ventilated cellar where the disease may be Potatoes in wet soil should be dug sooner that those in that which is drier and well drained Every healthy potato will eventually rot in wet soil from wet rot even though they are not effected with the late blight Where there are large areas to be lug a good potato digger is essential Not only will a potato digger raise the crop more economically than a fork or plow hint with it the grower is more likely to get his crop dug and picked up while the weather is fine which is a great consideration There are a number of good potato diggers now on the market which will dig up and all the tubers Next to a good potato digger a fork like attachment to a plow does the best work That in the illustration is one tispd at the Central experimental ale Potatoes diseased Its digging checked on tire surface of tire soil practically l tire tnt eave SMALL POTATO DIGGER j farm with very fair success says W T Macoun of the Ontario experiment farm The fork is attached to the side of tire plow and not to the point in which it differs from some others Be ing attached to the side it prevents much clogging from the potato tops as the rows can be plowed from side to side There are some potatoes left in the ground even when this attachment is used but not nearly so many as with the plow Plowing potatoes out has become quite a common method among farmers since help began to get scarce and it was difficult to get men to dig but in plowing them out there Is always a large number of potatoes left on the ground and the additional labor required to pick up these which are scattered all over the field is considerable The oldfashioned yet thorough way of digging with the fourlined po tato fork is too slow and expensive a method now hat good men are to get and wages are so high but where these do not have to be taken Into consideration as good or better work Is done by a man than by any Implement A man with a fork will dig little more than trait an acre a day A good potato digger will Jig from three to five acres a day GARDEN WORK I Your work may be big without great Put conscience into your work and see the original grew Striped bugs on cucumbers can be quite successfully combated by sprinkling dry plaster on the plant time laid the dust If your wife cultivates the garden and raises vegetables for you to eat do not begrudge her a plentiful sup ply of flower seeds Turnips should always be sown pre vious to rain if possible The success of this crop in a great measure upon quick germination and a rapid free growth the first tow weeks The farmer who says one word or who does a single thing to make his neighbor a better farmer has not lived in vain though he may never put a dollar in the bank or count his acres by the thousand Political Ambition But why persisted the questioner do you want a senator Theres little money in it A man of your ability could make much more at al most anything else Sir replied the aspirant you seem to think money is every mans idolI beg your pardon I meant no offenseI you didnt said the other softening In confidence Ill tell you why I want the senatorshlp It will enable me to place about 50 of my poor relations In government jobs and then Ill be rid of em Newark News w I I potatoes difficult be- Ing paintfarm depends to be 1 Cures Kidney and Biad der Diseases in Every People 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