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J6- sI1rzzNTu TEdR Have your Roofing REPAIREDWe class work at reasonable Dont Put It Off LOOK THISOur large new line of Fall Styles are ready for sale at prices suitable to the purchaser as we have buuht a large stock the goods must go win or lose Furniture Carpets Rugs Organs We not only can but will sell you cheaper than Stanford Danville or any other place Try Us Hamilton Dunlap Successors Bcazley A Co JABeazley Undertaker U U I I and 1J Guttering II I I I ty I I 1 r I to lA J I I I rates jf Hiise1denI VI iB- At 1 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 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best WmIIcrndon G B 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 PARIS M s 7J 1 LeastWear a Salesman E c BOUS i DDaca 4 C aan cr 1 1 L I R I re C I i ARKSUE y tuebroad 4 Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville el II Pi rk t sJj H F Hillenmeyer Sons i Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky 9 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 II f CENTRALLANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 0 1905 THE RECORD Local Notes Dont miss the big foot ball game Wednesday Oct 11 Rev Jas S Malone will preach in the Presbyterian church npxt Sunday Lancaster vs C U Wednesday Oct 11 the biggest foot ball game of the season Dont miss it Mr W C Davis an experienced tailor has located here and he is well equipped to do work in his line Jacob Josephs store will be closed on Monday Oct 9th until G oclock p m that day being a Jewish The btf foot ball game Wednesday Oct 11 01 will be the best of the Lancaster vs C U Athletic Park Go to State Development Con vention at Louisville October 1012 and tell of our rich Agricultural re sources Mr Jacob Joseph is at Hopkinsville representing the local lodge Knights of Pythias at the meeting ol the Grand Lodge Dont fail to see big foot ball game at Athletic park Wednesday Oct 11 05 the greatest of the season Game called at 3 oclock Ladies free Mr Davis republican nominee for State Senator has withdrawn from the race and Mr R L Hubble has the track alone Small Blaze Tire broke out in the basement of the jail but was extinguished after doing damage to the extent of about 10 order that the people may use precautions we announce that scarla lira appeared here Monday there be ing only two or three cases Teachers The Teachers Association will meet with Mrs Maggie B Gulley at New Antioch church Saturday October 7 at 10 oclock a m The public is Land Sales T M Arnold Jr sold the I L farm 08 acres to J T Pope at 56 per acre and John A Dean sold 47 acres on Poor Ridge pike to M vis for 3000 Democratic Gains Although this city has been over 50 republican heretofore the registry tiun of 331 votes on Tuesday stood as follows Democrats 159 Republicans 158 Independents 14 Millinery Opening Saturday Oct 7th 1 will have on display some of the swellest pattern and tailored hats to be found in Cen tral Kentucky and kindly invite my friends to call and see them Miss Bettie Broaddus Mrs Josephine Boner the Bryants ville milliner has engaged the serve ces 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 More Glory for Lancaster Miss Alberta Anderson won the medal in the W C T U Elocu flan Curtest at London There were seven contestants and the result proves the talent of the victor The truth is Lancaster people generally win what they attempt to get Farm for Sale Time farm consists of 68 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 1900 For particulars see Joe Robinson or Chas W West Much Grain Mr William D Gregory who lately went to Dakota to look after some crops on lands belonging to lIon R H Tomlinson writes from Bismark that he saw more grain the morning lie ai rived than he had seen during his whole life though he has seen most of this country Regrets There is an expression of regret among our church going people over the announcement that Union have been discontinued until summer It is believed that these meetings bring the people closer and do much good by discrimi nating the minor doctrinal points which make the different churches We are all seeking the same Heaven Why not worship together all the time Mr John Dunn age 75 died at his home near Bryantsville last Monday After appropriate funeral services Wednesday a long procession of lov ing relatives and warm friends the remains to Lancas tot Cemetery where they were burled He was very popular and was related to the largest and most influential families of the county His life was an open book and his many excellent traits of character are well known by the public Holiday season th Off Scarlatina- In Arnold FDa diamond Services another together Death followed invited Cincinnati Christian Endeavor Mrs F P Frisbee Eld F M Tinder and others of this vicinity have important places on the program of the Annual Convention of the Eighth District of C E to be held at Stan ford to day and tomorrow Show at Court House J E Finnegan manager of White City Carnival being detained here will give two performances at on Friday and Saturday night The best features of the Carnival will be put on and other excellent featur es He especially asks that the ladies and children attended Teachers Convention LL Walker announces that teachers who attend the Teachers District Con vention to be held at Stanford on Friday and Saturday Oct 20 and 21 will not be required to teach a day in place of Friday It will be considered as time in the school room if they the convention Examining Trial The examining trial of W H Ward for killing Henry Patterson was last Friday and closed Saturday afternoon when Judge A D Ford held the defendent in a bond of 2500 which he gave to answer at the term of the Circuit Court County Attorney J I Hamilton was in the prosecution by Judge M C yaufley and L L Walker the defen dent being represented by R H Tom linson and J M Rothwell Large crowds heard the trial and the com munity is familiar with the testimony which would consume all the space in this paper if we attempted to it A Royal Time The local committee at Louisville which is in charge of the arrangements for the Fourth State Development Convention October 10 11 and 12 has planned to mix pleasure with business and the visiting delegates will have much to entertain them On the first afternoon the delegates will be taken car ride over the city This is a courtesy to be extended by the Louisville Railway Company On the first night the delegates will be guests of the Commercial Club at a smoke given at the Galt House On night the closing of the con banquet will ba given to the delegates at the Galt House State Development Convention The Fourth State Development Con vention will be held at Louisville Oct 1012 and there is no enterprise in which our people and the people of every more deeply The objects of the convention are to discuss the best methods of the rich resources of our State Among subjects assigned to different speakers are the following Kentuckys Present Opportunities Capital How to Attract to Kentucky Immigration of the Right to Attract to our State Railway Ex tension in Kentucky and Co operation with Agricultural Interests Develop ment of Agricultural Interests in Development of Oil Interests Development of Timber Interests Road Building Taxation for State and County Revenue River improvement Ohio and Kentucky tributaries Electric Extension as a De veloper of the State Every county having representation the convention will be expected to have one or more citizens answer the following questions during the call of counties at the convention What are offered by your county or city to capital seeking Investment What or you most need What are its products what its resources What it need in the way of to make it a richer a more county The information thus compiled of course only facts must be stated will be given wide publicity through the industrial journals of the United States to attract Capital Seeking In vestment toward Kentucky The Governor of Kentucky and her two TJ S Senators will bethe chairmen the Convention one serving each day and Senator McCreary will act as at the banquet at the close the convention Garrard county is rich in agricultural and mineral and if properly represented much good will be done bringing these interests and increasing our wealth The following delegates have been appointed and they and others will likely attend Messrs W Williams chairman R L Elkin W R Cook Banks Hudson J W Miller J E Stormes J W Elmore W G Kemper R H Batson J B Kinnard H A B Marksbury J E Robinson Jno M Far ra B F Hudson S C Denney Bright Herring Lonis Landram Geo T Bile ginbotham Geo B Robinson Sam D Cochran Forrest Stapp Jno Woods Holly Easley Jas G Burnside Jesse Fox Ed Perkins H T Logan Alex Gibbs C A Robinson Woods Walker The railroads have granted a rate one fare plus twenty five cents for the round trip from any point in Ken tucky to Louisville on account of the Fourth State Development Conven flan For Sale orTrade My house and lot on Lexington street Lancaster Ky Terms easy Call on Hughes for par ticulars B Ward I Court- House County School t attend begun November pub- lIsh on a street Thursday ventiona countyare Interested developing Cla sHow General In Inducements IndustriesmanufacturIng otherdo development pro- ductl of toastmaster of resources out many oft G Acting Supeintenden assisted Interurban does K Good Meeting We have just closed what those of us who attended call a good meeting For this we are indeed thankful to our Heavenly Father While we can not do enough for the Lord to merit Ills love and blessings yet He rewards us for all we do I want to express for myself and family and tor the church our gratitude for thought fulness and kindness you have shown in bearing the expenses of the May the Lord abundantly bless each one of you After all the real test of the meeting is yet to come If the faithful earnest sermons preached by Bro Burgess linger with us and cause us to be more faithful in the dis charge of our Christian duties and more devoted to our Lord and His cause we can truthfully say we have had a good meeting Thank the Lord for the nine tnat were added to the church and may others yet come with us to the goodly Land C S Ellis Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educated many young men and women for usefulness independence and Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and taught by experienced teachers Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this tine 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 receive individual iustruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main street or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky KAllKSltUKY Grant Marsee is ill with typhoid fe ver Harry Aldridge sold a good horse for 110 Mr Pence sold 30 fat hogs to Vcitor Lear at 5c Rev Briscoe preached on last evening at the Orchard Jim Parks bonght of Tom Barker several good calves for 2 60 Mrs Bell Perkins spent Sunday with Mrs Grit Eubanks of Rubble Clate Marsee sold a splendid horse to Monte Fox of Danville for Mr John Hill of Corbin was the guest of Mr Jonah Marsee Saturday and Sunday Miss Lee Herring accompanied by her sister Mrs Pick Rio spent Tues day in Danville Mr and Mrs John Wood and Josephine have returned home after spending several weeks at Pe toskeyMisses Georgia Dunn and LulaSimp son were appointed as delegates to rep resent the Endeavor of PleasantGrove church at the Convention which meets at Stanford Friday and Saturday of this week Mr John Dunn who has been very ill for some time died at his home near Bryantsville on last Monday morning the many friends extend their heartfelt to the be caved T I Herring narrowly escaped injury while heading a mule from a gateway on last Wednesday after noon The mule knocked him to the ground stepping on his right arm he was carried to the house and the doctor was immediately sent for and the wound was dressed in a very short time after the accident PAINT LICK Mrs Pattie Engleman of Lancaster visited friends here Monday Miss Sadie Sandusky of Nicholas ville is visiting Mrs Robert Guyn Miss Diana Lackey of Kingston spent Sunday with her brother W B Lackey Rev G W Shepherd of Richmondls conducting a protracted meeting at Mt Tabor Miss Ode Schwallie of Cincinnati is trimmer for Mrs Minnie Jennings this season Mr and Mrs Rodney Griggs have had for their visitorMrs Katie Kauffman of Lexington Rev W C McCallum of Lexington preached at Fishs Hall Sunday morn Ing and evening Mrs Annie Robinson and Miss Annie Francis of Lancaster were visitors here last week I M Floyd of Nicholasville who has rented Mrs Mary Bests farm sowing his wheat Mrs Martha Ely has returnted home after a visit to her daughter Mrs Highland of Paris Wils Rogers and Miss Mary Wynn were married at the brides home on last Wednesday night Mrs Fannie Kilgore and little daugh ter Jennie Parks left for their home in Texas last Tuesday Misses Gallic and Sallie Adams and Chenault Duncan of Richmond spent Sunday with Miss Eliza Rucker A K Lackey and wife Tuesday for their home in Emma Texas after spending a month with relatives here Mrs Gilbert Wilson and children have returned home in Covlnjrton spending the summer with Dr and Mrs N Mays After quite a spell of fever at his mothers home Robert Tudor left for his place of business at Johnson City Tenn last Wednesday graciously thegreatestsuccess Telegraphy College- at 150 daughter sympathy serious u meeting and- o Sunday Inhere left after c Henry Patterson The tradegy in Lancaster on Sept 25th which resulted in the death of this splendid young man has cast a gloom over the whole communi ty unlike anything preceding it Hen ry Patterson was born June 12 1861 hence was little past forty four years He was the youngest son of the late Judge Jas Patterson Tie had lived in Garrard all his life and was known all over the county His popularity was attested by the stream of people who poured in to see him and offer for the few hours that life lasted after the fatal shooting and by the immense throng that followed the remains to its last resting place Henry as he was familiarly called was of a happy jovial disposition good witty quick at well informed on current hospitable and kind to all with whom he came in contact He was a stanch democrat having servrd for years on the committee and ever foremost to advance the Interest of his party yet spurning to do dishonorable for partisanship With him a pledge given as an oath and as binding as his bond He was fearless noble true ever fac ing the toe As one gray haired man said while gazing on his still cold form That boy was the soul of upright loyal and true is it any wonder that men should weep for him To me he was as a sun to my buys a brother When strong men break down and weep there is something to weep for Yes truly the family have lost Henry and it means so much to thejn He leaves to grieve for him three sisters Mrs Mershon of Texas Mrs Geo F Brown and Miss Mag Pat terson and two brothers Jas of Arizona and William Patter son of California but the grief one is the aged mother whose sor row was pitiful to see His first word to his sister when she reached his bed side was I do not mind it for but for mother His devotion to his mother was one of the beauti ful traits of his character in all the years she has been a cripple never one impatient word always mothers first After some lilting remarks at tl e house by Rev Ellis the body was laid to rest by the masons The bier was covered with beautiful flowers the tribute of loving friends and him brother sun and friend in his calm unbroken sleep to rest on till the day when the angels shall roll the stone away and God shall right all wrongs Sweet peace to him 20 buff Plymouth Rock cockeres and 10 pullets Pure stock 4t Mrs Alex West Monday I repartee topics being If was as sacred honor Patterson stricken I I 1 we For Sale r assistance anything r myself wishes let I XDMBE6 Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co We have been selling goods to the people of this teri tory for many years and have never had a fake sale or schemes to bring customers to our store You know this to be a fact Our Immense Lines of Fall and Winter Goods are now in and we defy any merchant to show better goods or lower prices See our Lovely Dress Goods Handsome Cloaks and Furs Fine Shoes Underwear Etc In fact everything to be found in an uptodate Dry Goods house and you will quickly see that To Get the Very Best Goods have them and our prices are right See our line of Ladies Underwear Hosiery Fine Shoes and Wraps THE Joseph Mercantile Co J 1 t 4 Vt II 0000000000 a 00 000 0 a 0 III 0 0OOoOOOOOOO MfHIT Will WIN offeredcatchpenny I Have to Town Ve l 0000000000000000ooooovooooo00 I You Boilt Leave 1 l I I I I I Every thing and Uptodate WINTER GOODS Arriving daily at H T LOGANS ann NEST i- nFFtLL BUGGIESwmmprmmmmiiMiMir nrnmrwmmmmmmm AT FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier BANK Paint Lick I E U1U1U1U1U1UU l e lU1U1U1U1U1UUiU1UU UU U1U m U1U UUU UU IIPEOPLES INCORPORATED Illilflli1f111flfliPifiii illltt1ff11tllititllIIIifClltlliiiitifitiSi CO-w uww u uwu iuwwww u u Statmt condition June 30 190a RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 734S9 10 Overdrafts 33190 Due front banks 12213 47 Banking House and Lot 1500 00 Mortgages 10587 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1IOO 1036X1 CO LIAIIIL1TES Capital Stock 100000 5333 Si Deposits 82300 2C C sh 449213 00 GO Individual 3h03Gr CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 533334 51 COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN BURROWS WOODS WOODS I DTRYCrOii9 J B E L W C FISII J II Our Customers are Fully by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance r8ffib 8r8 rm81- m Portland and Black Diamond Cement 8 Lime and Window Glass Drug Paint I 8 m Protected r D D StoreStormes rE D D C BOWLING GREEN KY Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy GRADUATES SECURB POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky I Sustains Teachers Sclentutic Law Commercial and Catalogues and Journals Free lass c wurxs u r CENTRAL RECOHDJs- siucd Weekly 100 pet Ji r I LOUIS LANDRAM I Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Mall Mailer Member of Kentucky Press Association Lancaster Kyt October 6 igo5 There Is a strong feeling here in fa vor of Compulsory Education It alarming fact that only GO per cent of the children attend school though their tuition is paid Other States lead us in the cause of education Most of the crime is committed by the il literate which proves that more legis lotion is badly needed on this cause Our candidates for may expect to be called out on this question Mr Rockefeller lately said Turn your thoughts upon higher things of life Be of service to humanity Do every thing you can fur the betterment of your fellow man This is a noble sentiment and one which will ulti mately control the world It is the forerunner of the Millenium Such a man can do much good The insurance investigation is bound to be productive of good even where no error has been committed It will cause the enactment of laws to wrong and the companies will be better than ever just as metal is by running it through the Beware of Federal Supervision of private corporations Itis a move centralization of power and the destruction of State government this the 45 States make a better guard than one government could make It is said that President Roosevelt was asked by the Womans Temper Union what he did with which they heard was sent to White House when he answered that he referred it to the Interior Depart meat There is much talk of high salaries when there are a dozen men who get 100000 a year scores who get 50000 and hundreds who get 25000 and the results they produce are worth many times the salary Attorney General N B Hays very appropriately opposes the employment of extra counsel to look after the of the State without legal au thorlty and when it is unnecessary Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey Ia Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried every thing but nothing would relieve ituntil I took DrKlngs New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumonia AtR E McRoberts druggist guars teed 50c and 1 Trial bottle free 1m i and fa Important representative prevent Improved crucible Besides possibly lance Interests an toward so S mere VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore I I 0 1 iL i efiefrffnne I II et 1 0lTHE MUSIC OF THE SPHERES Is It too bold and daring I should dream space stream Filling their void through all the nights and days Why not the planets as through epace they roll With sound and motion each one of Its own Should thus be formed In one harmonious whole To flll the voids by angels only known When at Ills sovereign word In being sprang This world of ours In beauty robed so grand Tho Morning Stars In glowing numbers sang As on Its course It swept at His One note more In that synthesis of praise That swelled and rolled through the space Another chord that should still higher raise The growing volume sweeping on apace The sweetest music ever heard on earth Was on that blessed night when Heaven opened wide And angels signalized His wondrous birth In that grand song whose echoes still abide Never before nor eer again shall be A song so sweet until that day be come When heaven and earth in one grand symphony The last returning sinner welcomes home 0 song of songs Its rich melodious chime Hangs quivering on the rapt enamored air Falling an rising In Its rhythmic time Almost beyond our weaken power to bear Its balanced chords at times swell high and strong Upward along the grand celestial sweep And then as lost celestial heights among The car no longer can its measure keep Supremely grand the music of the sphere As onward through primeval voids it sweeps Marking unnumbered centuries of years Filling unmeasured heights unfathomed deeps The day and night the seasons In their role Each In Us own assigned and ordained phase Are but the parts of ono stupendous whole That form the universal anthem to praise William G Haeselbarth In Christian Work FILLING ONES PLACE We Can Perform the Duty Falling to Us But We Cannot Fill the Place of Another JVe have our own place to fill in this world and there is no one else who can fill It We have our own duty to do and there is no one else who can do it God has laid upon us obligations which He has laid on no other person The child may fill the office that the father filled he may live in the home in which the lived he may fall heir to his place in the church but the fathers place is empty still The son fills his own place in the world and that alone Each man stands before God alone Each must do his own duty and fill his own sphere and when he dies tho world has lost one center of power one source of good His place is forever empty except in so far as it is filled by the influence that he has left behind You may put two bodies in one grave but not two souls in the same space One may the work of his predecessor but predecessors voice is not there band is absent his encouragement Is wanting His place is empty and will forever be Instead of two there is now but one There IB no filling of Another mans place in this world We fill our own place and that alone Our conduct cannot be chargeable to another For the things we do we alone must answer and when we pass away the world will be just so much richer or so much poorer according as our lives have been a blessing or a Curse Filling anothers place is all a Delusion You cannot do it United Presbyterian SENTENCE SERMONS I Love for the law is the safeguard of libertyThe word salvation Is always in seasonThe sin problem is the secret of all problemsProsperity is not synonymous with Providence Walking worthily means more than walking warily The fear of the Lord the flight of the devil The lowering brow does not prove the heavy brain All great work accomplished is but an outlook for larger work Superstition Is what you do not science is what you do There is no better way of saving your meal than sharing your cake He gives the world no kindling who always carries a chip on his shoulder Many a man who thinks he has the devils bonds will find that he is in themThe best preaching of the Father in Heaven is the practicing of the brother on earth Christian comfort is not the hiding of our grief but the looking through it into His Horn The necessity both for working and for resting has its reason in our and is therefore a divine law When shall we half realize that the constitution of man is of sacred legislation and that physiology is a department of theology Charles Gordon Ames Peace of the Heart If quiet and peace could only be had by withdrawing from the duties and of active life then quiet and peace for most of us could never be It is not in our power to fly to some far still retreat In whose quiet we may the evils and troubles here And the corner be found in this world where care and evil shall be un known to human beings But the which the Saviour gives His own peace heart and mind dally du ties It Is that central peace which may subsist at the heart of endleM tatioa 1 t praiseIn command unmeasured father fathers carryon believe faceRams nature apiece occupations of L t Oo secures escape wilt never amid hiss lie I The Ladies Missionary Society will meet at the church Friday Born to the wife of Jno G Doty Jra daughternamed Stella Ford Dr and MrsF M Walker have return ed to their home in Louisville after a visit to his parents Mrs Geo White of Richmond Mrs Lizzie Bolin of Point Burnside were amongst the visitors at the Presbyterian church Sunday Great interest is being manifested in the protracted meeting at Mt Taber Rev Shepherd is an excellent preacher and all who hear him are benefited thereby BUCKEYE Jesse T Hill sold a nice two year old horse to Prather for 15000 Miss Emma Cobb was visiting her aunt Mrs Jim Witte last week T O Hill sold a sucking mule colt to Geo HigglDootham for 100 Archie Dean Bradshaw of Me Creary attended preaching here Sunday Mrs Samuel Cotton who has been quite sick for some time is able to again Richard Burton sold his house and lot and dry goods store to Cecil Broad dus price 3000 Sid Doolin sold his house and lot consisting of three acres to Owen East for the sum of 850000 Mr Sherman Cotton of Illinois is visiting relatives here and looking for a location in this part Miss Emma Jones is visiting her sister Mrs Boone Sanders and the protracted meeting A C Miles bought of T W Bi ad shaw two nice heifers at 3c also one of Otto Royce at the same price Hendrickson of Marksbury Mr John Ammonsapopular young gentleman of Crab Orchard called on of our prettiest young ladles here Sunday A Few Things Said by a Kentucky If 1 forget thee 0 Jerusalem may my right hand forget its cunning If I remember thee not may my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth Such was the expression of religious devo tion of the King of the same devotion in a patriotic sense do I apply the same sentiment to Ken tucky Not by the rivers of Babylon but on the banks of old Salt a host will come to weep after the ides of No vember I believe that within the borders of Kentucky there are men just as great just as true just as honest and incor ruptible as were ever awarded places in history Still these great men may be out in the deep water while minnows and chubs are in shallow water near the shore Our statesmen today are thinking more of quail on toast than the Amer Eagle Other States may have just such sunshine but no State has such clear white exhilarating moonshine free of stamp tax There is always a lowered barometer and a rising temperature when some outsider tries to be funny at our ex pense God himself only knows the possbll ities beneath the ragged jacket of a Kentucky boy Remember that during the civil up heavel one Kentuckian sat in the Pres idealist chair at Washington and presided over the Southland at Richmond A Kentuckian turns his back o none and only kneels to God was said by one condemned to kneel with his back to hisSpanlsh executioners The fire at the end of a cigarette does not light the path to civiliza tion They say we are fifty years behind other States Yes and are a thous and miles away from earthquakes yel low fever alligators and infidelity- A Kentuckian is an anomaly but no enigma The coronation robes of the King of England with the throne trappings of the Czar of Russia might not make a cravat for him but he will melt at the fight of a childs tears and will face death and deal death with a smile in defence of assailed virtue As a people we are not a harmoni ous composit not a gral but rather a homologous entity with every factor a destructive personality My old Kentucky home makes he roes if trumpeted in battle and soothes into dreaming as a nursery song It is the holiest of as a wedding march and is chanted as a dirge to our foes Our domestic untellcltles wait no arbitration under the flag of truce Every note is counted when needed Its Kentucky oratory is indigenous chivalry an epidemic honor a creed and love is catching So says the ColonelLet add to the Colonels facts one other During the Civil upheave which time gave as the Col says a Presl dent to both Northland and the from Kentucky Kentucky gave of her to both North and South each man a volunteer from love and principle Not one record is on the records North or South of a Kentuckian who for a day or hour turned his back upon the duty and honor be had freely chosen So jauch we tell the Colonel MN and- JI is attend- Ing Mr Edd popular lone liT Colonel Israelwith invisible feed- Ing icon another i iK bout numerous ante Southland freely bravest there y e 4 t j FieldCan furnish strictly nice Seed Wheat Rye Etc Will buy or sell Hay Straw Oats and Corn Also can furnish Bran Chicken Feed Chop Etc Kindly get my prices GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten lion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Inside Information Record Readers Chanca for Ought to Grasp this Opportunity JVi rJ rv fr Wft Seed Timothy FEED I I n 1JI V1VI AlVt ProfitEveryone r w i To have even a simple case of in digestion is to have inside of suffering that warns of serious trouble in the future unless the digestive system is strengthened If vou cannot eat and digest three good square and satisfying meals each day without discomfort your stomach needsMiona tablets They are not a mere temporary relief but are composed of valuable medicinal agents which strengthen the digest organs and cure and prevent stomach troubles When there are pains or distress after eating head aches belching of ve Information gasss a sour taste in the month diz ziness heart burn specks before the eyes furred tougue sleeplessness nervousness or back ache the needs the help of Mi ona Every reader of the Record should grasp the opportunity offered by R E McRoberts to try Jli o na at his risk Just one little tablet out of a 50 cent box of this remedy before each meal for a few days and you will soon Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarrantee under which he sells na This valuable remedy costs you nothing unless it restores health stomach perfecthealth Mio 1 Kentuckys Great LEXINGTON OCTOBER 314 n n Trots Webers Famous Band LEXINGTOK GREAT k fr fS11j n i 9 w Daily r Grand Concerts 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 STAKES DAILY Half Fare on All Railroads Final Closing Out We disposed of nearly all of our Spring and Summer stock We carried over quite a good assortment of fall merchandise and we have bought some new lines to mix in and make our stock more complete We will continue our CLOSING OUT SALE until the fall and winter stock is disposed of We hope to be able to close out and wind up our business here by January ist You can buy goods from us for less than value in fact we can offer some lines of goods for less than COST DRESS GOODS We have a good line of Wool Dress Gcods Canton Flannels Outing Flannels Flanneletts Underwear Hos iery Percales Comforts and Comfort Batting Good assortment Ladies Childrens Men and Boys Shoes LADIES SKIRTS We have a good line of ladies skirts we are offering for Less Than COST CLOAKS We have quite a good assortment of STAPLE STYLES in Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks which we will sell at a If for little money one that will hold ils color should come and get one at once Dont put it off come now or you will miss a bargain The prices we have put on them will move them out quick The Logan Dry Goods co X I I I CONTINUED Ii andwinter 1Q I Q 0 I I m m Q I Ibargain you want to buy a good cloak you I llJff lJJ g R ooooofGQQQQ oooo X00ff SALE 0 Q Qt Q Q g- Q t I Get one of these STOVES 1 and save 50 per cent of your coal f They always I please and keep you warm Mount Elkin rI I Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Senator G T Farris was at home for a few days Miss Nannie Goodloe has returned to Talladeg Ala Herbert Price of Danville has been with relatives here Miss Sallie Dudderar of Rowland is the guest of Miss Ellen Ball Mr Jesse Walden and family of Dan villt were visitors here Sunday Mr Thomas Anderson has returned to town much improved in health Mrs John Francis of Bardstown is visiting her sister Mrs Alex Doty Miss Mattie Elkin gave an elegant six oclock dinner Thursday evening Mr William Lackey and family visit ed Judge R A Burnside and family Sunday Mrs Ada Kinnaird visited Miss Marguerite in Cincinnati SundayMesdames A D Ford and J E Stormes were visitors in Danville FridayMiss Ethel West has returned from a visit to friends in Winchester and LexingtonMiss Hudson has returned from several months visit to friends in MissouriMr Charles Jett of Madi son were guests of Miss Norma El more Danville Mr M II of Mt Eden spent a few days with his brotherin law Dr Burnett Mrs Rosa Brown Crow of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Breathitt Brown Mrs Emma Grant and daughters Misses Ida Mae Lou and Lillie Dale her Crutcher IIL IlL I 4 i i J 1 daughter i have returned from a visit to Danvllle relativesMiss Luncford is in Cincinnati visiting her sister Mr A M Shely of Chicago was a visitor nere this week Mr George McRoberts of Covington visited his brother R E McRoberts II C Hamilton and Rev C F Oney are prospecting in Indian Territory Mr Jacob Joseph has returned from the city where he has been buying goods M Smith the popular cashier of the Bryantsville Bank was in our city Tuesday Mrs Margaret Robinson and daugh ter Mrs K F Postle leave this week for California Mr Bent Metcalf of Nashville Kan sas has been the guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside Mr and Mrs Morris Dudley of Rich mond guests of her parents Mr and Mrs James Hill Miss Willie Pierce has returned home after visiting Miss Olivia Sween ey Lexington street Mrs Mary Frisbie and little daugh ter Gladys are visiting Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Mr A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro has been visiting his parents Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Miss Minnie Cotton who has been Miss Lena Rigneys guest has return ed to her home in Danville Mrs W C McFarland of New York is visiting her sister A Burn side and brother Louis Landram Vesta Lackey left today for several weeks visit in Lexington Georgetown Paris and Richmond Mrs Oscar Ilonaker and two pretty children of Lexington are visiting her sister Mrs Silas Moss in the coup tryArnold Simmons of Kirksville has been visiting his aunt Mrs J S John son before leaving for school at Indl apolis Mrs A J Mershon of Tirga Texas Mr J Mrs R Mis are FALL MILLINERY My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I I prices You are cordially invited I Ig3 EEJItJItIE E 07IDDU3 r r r 1 I BIG FOUR I C III Door I and III Get Prices i1 UHASELDEN ROBINSON c P 7L f ROBEROID ROOFING tI Barn Hangers Hinges Nails 8 Our Is visiting her mother Mrs Patterson and daughter Miss Maggie Mr Carlton Elkin is taking In the horse show at Louisville Mr W P Beaumont of Illinois Is visiting his sister Mrs R L Under wood Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise are visiting hersister Mrs Best of Lincoln county Mr Charles Graf and sister Miss Katharine Graf of New York are guests of Miss Elsie Zimmer Mr and Mrs Jas Burnett ef Law renceburg have been guests of his brother Dr William Burnett Miss Lida Hilton and brother Mr Lester Hilton of Brodhead have been visiting their sister Mrs R H Batson Mr Walker and son Joe have returned from Indian Territory They report every thing in a rush and real estate on a boom Mr and Mrs J B Paxton and little son of Stanford spent the day with Mr and Mrs A C Robinson Mrs Pax tons parents Miss Theo Hemphill was at home two days She has a large class at Richmond and It goes without saying that she is doing her duty Messrs Alfred McGregar and Jim Pierce accompanied by Misses Bcttie Broaddus and Katharine Finger spent a pleasant day in Danville Sunday Mrs R E McRoberts has bad as her guests Prof and Mrs Chas Deltrich of Hopkinsviile They are on a return trip from a visit to their son Carl of PhiladelphiaMiss West has gone to to fill Miss Allie Dunns place in Hamilton college for an indefinite time as she has been called home in consequence of the sickness of her father Mr John Dunn Mr and Mrs Everett B Hoover of Nicholasville announce the engage ment of their daughter Elizabeth Campbell Hoover to Dr Marvin Ppntz The marriage to take place November 2nd at the Methodist Episcopal church South Miss Hoover will be remem bered here as the pleasant visitor of Miss Margaret Mount Lexington Herald Dick Beasley of Lancaster Ky was a visitor in the city Mr Beaxley is one of the leading farmers of Garrard county and has just sold to J W Bales of Richmond Ky agent for Swarizschlld Sulzberger of New York 184 head of export cat tle of his own feeding that averages 1550 pounds at five cents The Lexington Leader referring to the Elocutionary Contest at London in which Miss Alberta Anderson won a valuable prize says Miss Alberta Anderson is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Simeon Anderson of Lancaster and is widely known here She is a of rare accomplishment and the fact that she was enabled to win the decision over a contestant of such un usual talent as Miss White marks her also as a young woman of exceptional talent Nicholas the train en route to the State Meeting of the Christian church Monday evening we met Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster formerly of this city who had a kind word for every one and asked to be to all the folks in Carlisle and also Mrs R L Elkin of Lancaster who when known years ago by the ed itor was one of the most attractive and entertaining ladies in his list of acquaintances She was Miss Bertie Collier and often a visitor at the home of now Mrs H C Kimbrough Mrs Elkin is now a zealous missionary worker but we found her the same entertaining jolly lady as of old Friends and relatives here have re ceived invitations from Mr and Mrs Oliver Cromwell Roll of Greenville to the marriage of their daughter Grace to Mr John Higgins Wallace on Thursday Oct 12 at high noon at the First Presbyterian church Mr Wal lace has lived in Louisville for the past five years and is cashier of the Carter Dry Goods Co and Is a well known young business man He is a son of Mr and Mrs William Wallace of Paint Lick and a nephew of S Robinson of this city Miss Roll is a member of a prominent family of Greenville and Is attractive and accom pUshed Astonishing Incident It was to aIr her friends an aston ishing incident that Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis was cured of her dreadful sickness Doctors she writes had given me up friends were ready to bid me the last farewell clouds of despair darkened my horizon and I was a wreck on the shores of despondency when I began to take Electric Bitters for my frightful and liver complaint To the of all I was benefited at once and am now miraculously restored to health At R E McRoberts drug store price 50c guaranteed 1m There is no godliness without manli ness is not the same as selfre spectMany a man has drowned his self respect in whisky Every wise man takes his turn at acting foolish New Cure for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Buffleld Va writes I had a cancer on my for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens ArnicaSalve healed it and now it Is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for and burns 25cst R E JAcRoberta drug store 1m J J speaker AdvocateOn Mrs J stomach aston- Ishment III Self love trsiwri Lexington remembered N cuts t Roar Estate Hughes Swlnebroad Lancaster Ky the one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following is a partial list of what we have on hand at present No acres 2i miles from near pike good watered price 55 per acre No acres in good near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn good bouse right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 62 50 per acreNo 116 242 acres good brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 126 72i acres on the pike 6 miles from Lancaster well improved price 6250 per acre No acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 83000 per acres in splendid a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state oi cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 65 00 per acre No 134 85 acres 4 mites on the pike new improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No 142 27 acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and In good neighborhood price 31250 143 Five acres of laud on Danville street at a bargain 144 A two story business house on public square at 2500 Rent pays 10 per cent Elegant residence on Lexington 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 ff T Real Estate Apcy Harrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the fnrms mention ed below and many others in Mercier and ud joiulngcountiescnn sell your property if you list it the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike near Sliakertown Mercer Co Ky well improved Is fine laud for hemp tobacco wheat etc f0 an acre 60 acres 1 mile of Burglnou pike good very well improved at 72 an acre 130 acres on county road Smiles of Harrnds burg near pike well improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 40 acres fine land on pike near Salvlsn Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod ern resldcnc etc 3600 130 acres 2 miles from Harrodsburjj on pike new residence fine bottom land beautiful property 77 an acre will take Lancaster property as part pay 215 acres good land In 9 miles pike nice residence barns fruit lays well produces fine crops an acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco land 7 miles from Ilarrodsburg on pike walnut woodland improvements poor laud worth 100 an acre price 65 an acre 101 acres on pike 2 miles from IIarrodsburg a nice home good land cottage etc 6000 310 acres fine river bottom farm 5 miles from Harrodsburg on pike 200 acres tobacco land grows any crop woodland nicely Improved U an acre 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good crops well improved at 36 acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms ISC and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop 60 acreWrite for my list containing Farm Bargains office near Court House IIarrodsburg 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 ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin andiron roof ing also on all kind of roofing work am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale at Frisbies Drug Store Your subscription solicited 18 7tf Howard Withers and on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 tf For sale Best grades Jelllco brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B Northcott Strayed into my place about a month ago a sboat about 80 Ibs Owner can have same by proving it and paying for this and iskeeping J W Hill 3t McCreary Ky If your farm is for sale list it with and Pulaski buyersYours 9 29tf Boner Mgr We have purchased complete setof Tanners tools of the make and Conn Brothers 2 dozen Axmlnister andI Ingrain druggets just received Also large line of rugs Special prices on all Tribble 2t Stanford Ky 5 d Ii 7126 Improvements- well 1130 neighborhood 1246 3148 34330 improvements 127170 acreNo 132250 locality 133360 avenue nY residence Harrodsburg- on byEd 10 6 everyTuesday Strayed SomersetKy J A Tin anything Lancaster cottage Wills property Mercer Iii tr- I Work r PAINTS wJl 1 R J IQ PURPOSE J We guarantee to give you a better than any body in Lancaster PRISBIES DRUG STORE I I I FAI I Eor less O E r I II 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 Haselden Robinson See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf New stock of machine needles at 69 tf 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 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 8 4 tf VV J Romans For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kauawu Salt 11 B Northcott 414 Please return our wire fence and get reward 7 14 Ilaselden Robinson Ladies Tailors Department- R II Batson has employed a Modist this season who makes a specialty of 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 Good cistern garden and stable Apply to J M Orand For Rent for 1900 the property now occupied by Rev C S Ellis 9 23 tf Mrs Susan Fisher One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leave 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 Jelhco SemiCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavens old stand Threshing coal lie II B Northcott Coal 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 preferred Ap ply immediately to 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 has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place con tains 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 For Sale or Rent I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by Mrs Paulina Rigney and give posses sion immediately The house is in perfect repair with all necessary and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The place con tains 31 acres For further informa tion apply to W O Rigney tf Want A Gold Watch Free eke P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf Notice 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 Wil trade any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for all kinds of feed Ring 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents forSubscribers 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 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general pres ents of 100 5030 and 20 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 f ilr and Write to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the giving full details It will be sent 10 21tf J For Sale Coal any thinK tf outbuildings tf WeeklyCourler Journal 2t j geraniums stretchers Satisfaction 815 free S of all kindsfor all JH 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 Bastin Telephone any one can call me Otllce Phone No 31 Residence No Cot7 X OOOOOOOO OO OO OO0O00OO X School Books We now have a com plete all the New Adoptions School Books We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged R E MCROBERTS Lancaster KY XOO0000000O0 O00OO OO OO X LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J J WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL so oo SURPLUS Jiooot B F HUDSON Cashier W O 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000000000000000000000000 a 0 g SS RUINED BY A RASH ruined many a man financially and S wager but strain was too great 5 him and he broke down in health from 5 that day Theres many a man or woman who undertakes too great a task for the i I up so they break The woman one tremendous strain but by a steady I overdraft on their strength S People who are rundown health deficient in vitality wornout or worked out will find new life and strength the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It cures diseases of the purifies and en I health was completely broken down S At times generally after was taken with in stomach Words fail my nerves were so bad I iIIA 11116 wager has man physically He was proud of his strength Iwagered that he a ships anchor He won the strength they possess They wont give drudges in the house the man toils in the store They dont break down by in in stomach and other of digestion I and nutrition and so enables nourish merit of the body It m riches the blood and builds up the body with sound muscle and solid flesh When I commenced medicine my writes Mrs MiWnie of Porcupine Wis r to express what I suffered My right arm was almost very much and almost in hysterics I was treated two doc tors but alt to no avail for I was no better felt dreadfully discouraged but thought I would once more to find relief I began to use Dr 1 Pierces Discovery and Favorite Prescription I gradually began to each day grew strong all over m Accept no substitute for U Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing as good for diseases of the stomach and blood PIecea Pleasant oftanse the bowels tlllJulat kt kt b 8h W b a fort A t t was t Medical improve just iI DPi Pellets and the siuggiab Uver- t GIANT IS NEARLY STARVED Loses Popularity and Collapses on the Street in Hamburg Germany Hamburg An extraordinary scene was witnessed in the streets here when Kappofr the Khirgese giant who until recentlY was the chief attraction atlocal exhibitions throughout Germany on the pavement for want of food Kappoff who measures a little less than Machnow the Russian giant has since the latters advent entirely lost his popularity and with it his means of livelihood Unable to obtain a fresh engagement he applied when half starved at the workhouse for indoor relief promising to pay for his keeping as soon as he should succeed in a fresh engagement The workhouse authorities however were somewhat aghast at the Idea of be lug burdened with a giant and reluc tantly declined to give him hospitality Thus the wretched giant wandered aim lessly about from street to street fol lowed by troops of Jeering children un til at last he was overcome with sheer weakness Kappoff was finally assisted by a party of agricultural laborers just re turned from harvesting who having re vived him with brandy escorted him to a restaurant where he partook of a meal consisting of three plates of soup four pounds of beefsteak three portions of ham and eggs two heapedup plates of potatoes and cabbage and 14 apple tarts the whole washed down with six pints of beer The harvesters were somewhat aghast at the amount of food consumed by the giant When the bill was presented to them it swallowed a considerable por tion of the money that they had made in harvestingLater by a band of noisy children bearing lighted torches he was escorted to the outlying camping ground of the agriculturists and provid ed with a bed for the night SURRENDERS AFTER YEARS Murderers Conscience Hounds Him Into Giving a Pamily Shenandoah wanderer on the face of the earth and consciencestrick en at having shot to death Constable John Dando in his place seven years ago Wojciech Bialecki surrendered himself at Springfield Mass It was on the night of October 12 1898 that Bialecki beat his wife and when Constable Dando went to arrest him iBlalecki discharged a gun the contents lot which struck Dando In the breast In ithe confusion Bialecki escaped Dando lIed within 24 hours Bialeckls picture and description were sent broadcast but without effect although 700 reward was offered by the county commissioners and borough council The prisoner says that after escaping from the house he met some men on the railroad to whom he related his story end they advised him to flee He is 64 years old and has a family here IDEA FOR WIZARD BURBANK Singular Effect of a Cats Interment Upon Growth of Gooseberries Related by Rival Resident new way in which anl inals may benefit the human race with out yielding their bodies for food Is sug igested by a letter recently received by the secretary of a rural English so clety It is as follows Sir I partlckly wish the satiety to ibe called to consider the case what as I think it mite be maid Tranx itionable In the next Reports My wit had a Tomb Cat that dyd Being a tor ture shell and a grate fanit we had berried in the Guardian and far the sake of the enrichment of the mould I had the carks deposited under the roots of a Gotsberry Bush The Frute being up till then of a smooth kind But the next Sesons Frute after the Cat was berried the Gosberrles was all hairy and more remarkable the Catpillers of the same Bush was Al of the same Hairy Description STRANGE FOSSILS FOUND ThreeToed Horses Giant Hogs and Animal Part Deer and Part Hog Lived in Oregon Berkeley Cal The first official bul letin descriptive of the fossils by the expedition to the John Day region in eastern Oregon has been published by the geology department at Berkeley It describes some of the j owowowW collapsed procuring UpHas PaA LondonA follows unearthed tHins tj monsters tnat peopled the country known as the Bad Lands Among these remarkable beasts are pigs and peccaries as large as cows camellike quadrupeds and not least interesting the famous threetoed horse The elotherlum or giant hog is a monster mammal nearly ten feet long and six or seven feet high Threefourths of the remains of found are of the peculiar hoofed beasts named deer and part hog These varied in size from that of a dog to that of a small cow Heres the Latest Fish Story A retriever dog belonging to Mr W Churchill of High Wycombe England was accompanying his master along the bank of the River Wyck a tribu cf the Thames when he sudden rted Into the water and emerged with a fine trout in his mouth American Understood A restaurant keeper at Lucerne has made a special concession to American visitors who are remarkably nur our this year In his window signs have just been put up reading and French spoken American aiso understood BIGGEST OF KISSING BUGS Its Real Name Is Meccus Pallidipennis- and Its Home Is in Mexico Has Dangerous Bite Washington The discovery of a kissing bug larger and more ferocious than the mysterious insect that was so often reported in various parts of the United States a few years ago is by Prof A L Herrera chief entomologist of the Republic of Mexico A description of the bug which Prof Herrera says is known in Mexico as chinche voladora and is the cause of considerable apprehension of serious injury especially to children which it attacks by puncturing the skin with its beak and sucking the blood has reached the bureau of entomology of the United States department of agri cultureThe name of the insect is Meccus pallldipennis belonging to the Reduvll family being larger than the native American socalled kissing bug and is closely related to Conorhinus the genus which includes the conenoses the most bloodthirsty of the species It in width and Is black In color with light converging bands like the markings of a turtleThe insect is so large and of such formidable appearance says the report that we would naturally expect it to be capable of a dangerous bite JAIL IS CLOSED TO DRUNKS BoardingEvery of Charge Kokomo of boarding chronic drunks who spend the greater portion of the year in the county Jail the board of county commissioners has notified Sheriff Lindley that if he and boards chronic offenders it must be at his own peril and ex pense The sheriff has under their prepared a black list of old offenders against whom the doors of the county Jail will be closed The city of Kokomo has no Jail orworkhouse or even a stone pile butmakes use of the countys jail The bars is to be arrested by the city police force in which event they are countedcity prisoners until convicted and thecity has to pay their expenses up to that time Then they will be turnedloose Cats with Cotton Tails Two halfgrown cats clearly markedas hybrid cat and rabbit are freaks of One of the cats is black the other mal cottontailsand legs is exactly similar to that of a while forward parts and head are that of a cat Not There The skeletons of two giants hav t been found in a Wisconsin gravel pit There was a time when certain western poets were in the habit of holding meeting in a gravel pit but it was located in Indiana hence the in Wisconsin is surrounded by mystery 1J extinct animals oreodonspart tar English reported agricultural quarter bureaus Indlired receives Instructions blacklist colored rabbit annual dIs- covery b JUOUUNh Sam Rains sold a cult 11 CVA Inson for 10 Hays Rains sold a mule colt to C A Robinson for 70 00 Mr Harrison Duncan and wife their parents lat week Mr Tom Turner sold a mule colt to J C Bonty brothers for 880 00 Allen Ray and wife visited Mr and Mrs William Broaddus Friday Mrs Edith Aldrige of Stanford is visiting her parents J P Ham and wifeMrs A D Upton of Boyle spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs Job E Sherrow and family visited his parents Mr and Mrs John Sherrow Sunday Mr Many Broaddus and wife and Mrs Sallie Kelly of near Lancaster spent Thursday with Allen Ray and wife Mrs Nancy Turner and little daugh ter Rubv of Emanuel sp nt several days last week with her bn t icrJosefli Turner PKEAUHEKSV1LLK Mr J C Wilson is building a nice dwellingQuarterly meeting will be here the 3rd Sunday in this month F F Cummins and wire were meeting at Crab Orchard last week Mr Naylor of Rowland spent with his daughter Mrs J F Payne Rev R Baird is holding a protracted meeting at Harmony assisted by Rev Tye of Willlamsburg D W Falkoner sold a mule colt Wm C Hutchins for 45 and bought cow from him for 25 W B Bennett sold 109 acres of farni to Henry Sutton of Rockcastle county for 45 per acre J B Hutchins and wife and J Hutchins and wife spent Sunday with their brother and sister Rev B C Horton pastor of the church at Millersburg has been visiting his mother for a few days Mr Quincy Naylor who has been blind for four years had his eyes ated on last week and it is he will be able to see in a few days Willie C Cummins has typhoid Drs Kinnaird and Farris waiting on him While he is a very sick man do hope he may get through all right Rev J C Carmical who has been preaching for the Baptist church for live years has not been able tc here for two months Rev Tnos Slling the pulpit for him PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell highest bidder my stock crop and farming implements on THUJISDAY 1005 at m on the premises at Lick Garrard county Kentucky which consists of the following towit 4 cows and calyes 2 twoyear old heifers 6 yearling heifers 1 bull 30 hours and shoats 1 extra horse 2 two year old saddle colts 3 brood mares 4 three year old mules broke 3 two year old mules broke 15 yearling mules good 1 mule colt 1 jack 15 hands 3 inches good 1 extra saddle stallion Farming coosisting of 2 wagons 1 binder cultivators plows and plow gear 2 hay rakes also 1 carriage about bbls of corn and about 50 tons of baled Woods Walker will also offer sale at same time and place 14 head registered short horn cattle 3 and 11 females from the herd of J G Robins and Sons Horace Ind tf John B Parks Louisville Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NORTH BOUND No 10 504 A M for Winchester Paris Maysvllle anti Lexington Frankfort Shelby yule Louisville Mt Sterling and No 30 244 r M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cynthiana Frankfort Shelbyville and Louis yule SOUTH BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt her non Livingston Corhin Middeshoro Norton Jellico 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 connec tion 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 C O 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 vine 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 visited MarseeMr attend- Ing Saturday Methodist public sale to Oct 26th property saddle mowers hayMr Ashland Lexington GreensburgLouisville connection at Winchester 438 P M with t tub I h opt thougi 1ev he Owe IOn Pal yearli implemer Clod rI I ii I FOOLISH PLAN I I q b q b fls joy to eat I welcome dinner hour Constipation is the result of indigestion loss selfpoisoning anemia emaciation uric system catarrhal inflammation of the in canal and numerous other that rob life of its pleasures if do not finally rob you of Iin in the bowels is a corn yet who persist I in nature take its course QWhat a foolish plan when nature could Flower which natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach new life to the liver and insures healthy stools a fTwo sizes 250 750 All druggist BUYING BY MAIL A Plain Reason Why You Should Patronize Your Home Merchants When the catalogue conies in from your mall order house draw an easy chair to the table where the light will shine full upon the page and put on your glasses that no bargain may your eye What a wonderful book it is to be sure Wonderful for 0 what it does not contain as well for what it does We miss something that we would be glad to see Where is their offe to pay cash or exchange goods for your wheat oats corn beans butter eggs and hay How much do they pay for cattle sheep and hogs t o b at your depot How much tax will they pay to support your schools arid educate your children for log roads and bridges the support the poor of the county for the expense of running the business of town and State On what page is their offer to contribute money to the church What line of credit when your crops are poor and your money gone when through illness or misfor tune you are not able to send cash e with order for your groceriesclothing farm tools and crockery What did they do last year In short will they do anything to provide a market what you have to sell and thereby keep up the value of yourestate Will they do anything for social school or government support or do they take dollars out of the community with no returns except tile goods you buy Caldwell News Chronicle POSTEDThe undersignea 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 A J J II Rigsby R G Pettus D M Anderson J L Hutchins Sweeney Morgan WmColdiron S C Iligsby Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill II C Miller Ferguson WR Cook W L Lawson WA Wheeler I a Because I rout indigestion with August Flower neuralgia in various of the ailments they mon expression of people who lookmis are leUin II aided the use of Greens August is For ale by II E Meltoberis escape as- a s L county t Ir e fore IS t t Ie W S s HDWES a te e e imprc S I TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground In man so as to give a clearer field of vision other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other afford and which can be predated only by those who have tried them They arewithout the most scientifi constructed glasses that have ever been made and when BIFOCALS and combined of any other of Bifocal Glasses TORICOID GLASSES are made only by T J Howe Co Louisville Ky and are by them and their authorized agents under a and the money paid Tor I Hjrou have any trouble with your eyes or If veur not you corn fort and satisfaction In every way write to us about TORICOID this paper Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY a nero s singlelensform A e refunded I TJ nearsighted that If not satisfaction In they map be returned be 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED I Annually to fill the new created by Telegraph Companies W want LEARN AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 cent of the Operators and Station Agents in America Our are the Telegraph Schools in the world Established 30 years endorsed y all leading Railway OOlcials execute a 250 Bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from 40 to 60 a month in States east Rocky Mountains or from 75 to 100 a month in States west of the Rockies immediately upon graduationStudents can enter at time No particulars regarding of our Schools to our executive office at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo Atlanta Ra LaCrosseWis Texarkana Tex San Fraco Cal to m I 1 vacations For fuli N Y FAVORITE f YOUNG MEN and habits iIERCFS-I I RESCRIPTIO1 WEKW MEN Kodol 1 for tlia 190 o Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky Ask QUARTERLY REPORT Bask Of Bryantsville AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Friday Sept 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured Overdrafts Out from National Banks 49225Due from State Banks and Bankers 2102 45 Due from Trust Companies BauUnt House and Lot Other Real Estate 7 2 20 1400 00 ISi 20 US Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie j Currency Exchange Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures Fund to Taxes Current Expenses Last Quar Give description location value arid owned all real estate ex cept banking house and lot if nay than live years None LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cnsh Undivided Profit 172 Si Due Depositors as follows viz to checkon which Interest is not paid Deposits subject to check on is Demand certificates of Itson which interest is Time certificates of deposits on Saving deposits on which Certified Checks flue National Banks Due State Bunks and Bankers 170000 Due Trust Companies Cashiers outstanding Bills 514049 Unpaid dividends and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder or firm Including in the liability or the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if aly paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bank No How is indebtedness stated in above item I secured Highest amount of indebted ness of any director or oft cent of paidup capital stock of NO How Is sine secured Does amount of Indebtedness of company or fit m Including or firm the liability of the Individ ual thereof ex ceed3o per cent of paid capital actual surplus No If so state amount such indebtedness Xo Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses In taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not than 10 per cent of net of the bank for tho period covered by the divi dend carried to the fund before said dividend Total 47 4010 State of Kentucky County of Oarrard siI J M of a Bank located and doing business town of Bryantsville county bIy sworn says the foregoing report spects a true statement of condition Bank at this close of business on the noth of Sept lisa to the best of his knowledge and and further says thatof said Bank has been transacted at the loca lion named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an offlcal received of State designating the CiOtli they of Sept 19oT as the on such report made J M SMITH Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J M Smith the day of Oct 1905 V A lettus Public in and for state and aforesaid Commission as Notary Public expires January 2nd 1903 C C BECKER R II PKTTVS R D BALtARD Directors To Catarrh Suffers Hfomel Guaranteed to cure by R EI itlcRvbertB or Motley Refunded The popularity and increase in the sale of Hyomei are unique in annals of medicine Such cures have been made by this remedy that the proprietors have R E McRoberts to sell every package of Hyomei under an absolute guarantee that it will cure catarrh If it does not the purchaser can have his money refunded by R E McRob erts Hyomei is no ordinary remedy It is the only method treatment that sends by direct inhalation to most remote part of the air passage a balsamic air that destroys all germs in the breathing enriches and purifies the blood with additional ozone and permanent and complete cure of catarrhThe Hyomei outfit costs but 1 00 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel The inhaler lasts a and if one bottle does not cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can be for 50c It is the most econc mica of all remedies advertised for the Cure of catarrh and is the only one that follows Nature in her of treating diseases of the organs Breathe through the inhaler for a few minutes four times a day and your catarrh is cured Thats all If not cured R E McRoberts will your money The Rock Island to day announces a rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately one fare plus for the roundtrip The new rates are about 75 per cent of the regular rate for the round trip and tickets carry the same limltand all the privileges of stopover diverse route and sidetrips as at the former rate The dates of sale are the first and third Tuesdays of October November and December tt 3 is 0 r OF TIlE 33781 unse tired 705 2511 fOrCllarln 7t ter TotaL 1710 0 15000 25027 29 I which interest I err t t Wrest in tht II astonish- Ing authorized ca- tarrhal organs makes a a lifetime obtained methods respiratory refund very material reduction In 2 1 y M a ortgaii I im 8 I indebtedness ierson was declared all oft day led cony t oce way DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATti tit i C DeWITT c COMPANY CHICAGO 1 u DYSPiPSIA CURE bottle trial she which cents PSCPASCD DilLY AT THE LAsorAwoity o- rE ILL Li The 00 contains the soils far Music at the Lexington Trots Music has always been one of the j big attractions at Kentuckys great trots It has always been the policy of the management to secure the best bands available This year the ever popular Weber with his famous prize band of America will give daily before the grandstand Webers band besides one of the very best musical organizations in America is noted for the appropriate selections and catchy music with which it favors the visitors to the trots All est hits of the East are always heard for the first time in Lexington through Weber and his concerts alone are worth the admission price These concerts are given daily from Oct toOct 14th during the entire meeting I Plans to Get Rich Are often frustrated hy sudden due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kinrs New Life Pills They take out the mater ials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure head ache and dizziness too At II E Me i store 25c guraanteecl I 1m i WHO PILLS YOUR x This branch of our busi of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art 4 of Dispensing 4 j tions and 4 Domestic Recipes i always Scientifically and jConscientiously Compound ed i Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles O We handle the very betPaint Wall Paper Etc Paint For LatePlanting best varieties of second crop and Northern sorts leek Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Whereas Thousands of American People Have unqualifiedly indorsed Para to the Injured as a agent it is absolutely guaranteed that every bottle same will do exactly what is claimed for it in the which is around the bottle oils and prepared with utmost accuracy lutely pure drugs a special process yourhome out the fever and inflammation by inducing perspiration I know posi Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia Nasal Catarrh the Sore Throat Sore Chest Croup Itching ana of the Skin Sore Feet and all In Sammations Paracamph heals Burns and Cuts without ugly scars It is an you can have home in the Remember every bottle is guaranteed to do exactly claimed Sold 25c flOe and 1 00 bottles at all druggists or sent direct upon receipt Dont accept any There is will COOl pare with Paracamph B General Manager The Company Ky CCJEStormes I concerts the lat h d 2t breakdown I Roberts rug COOCOOC 1 I III I 1 Phvs Cans Prescrip XI I I gMix- ed Lick Ky I COOCOOCOOC I I I eDIe SprayersDry safe sure and quick isa combination of refinedcamphor appliedtthat It PoisoningParacamph da for or the money will be refunded of c t t s r PRESCRIPTIONS1 ness is at all times in charge P a i P s FIll t4 car4hi- gat4e t kE3 isr relieve cure f R I lilffc IIY0m9VIVHHB Many people who are neglecting symptoms kidn trouble hoping it will wear away are drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the so they will perform their functions properly Healthy strain out the impurities from the blood as it through them Diseased not and the poisonous waste matter is carried the circulation to every part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregular heart action etc If you have any signs f Kidney or Bladder trouble commence FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight in a few days and prevent a fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system How to Find Out You can easily determine if your are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine upon arising If upon examination cloudy or or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your kidnevs arc and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should b taken at once G B Burhans Testifies After I Four Years j 0 B Durham of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating thsl I had been entirety cured of n severe Uidner trouble by takuir less than two Kidney Cure It entirely stopi d the brick dust sediment and i an and symptomsof Uidner disease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never hid a return of any of those symrv toms during the four years that have elapsed and I nm evidently cured to stay cured ana heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes bOo and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC TE Storuies That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky DISEASE e y KIDNEY CURE t kidneys kidneys s e a b taking disorder kId- neys r bottles of Foley ant 8 5 f a s o its Jesse DWearen Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel has an elaborate line of distinctiveHEADWEAR I- PI direct from the Fashion Centers 8 OPENING 8 Saturday October 7 A cordial invitation is g extended to all to call and iss see the new styles fe SALLIE D fILLET I possible fQJ I Millinery I Miss Sallie Tillet ii 0 S s J 1