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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lil JLSIXTEENTH TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1905 RECORD t j NUMBER 8 Have your Roofing REPAIREDWe classwork at reasonable Dont Put It Off LOOK Our large new line of Fall Styles are ready for sale at prices suitable to the purchaser as we have bought 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 toJA Beazley 1 Co J ABeazley Undertaker llttVA 3 I I J and J fJf Guttering I rates HaseldenA r t t t I I JR i- AtrrIjI 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 USE ARKS CINCINNATI Cost Best j Salesman E C BOCtiS WmHemdou G Swlneljroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS PARIS I 1 BootsShoesRubbers LeastWear n C4 a a j R I G I I t store- Dentist Office over Thompont store Danville st i H F Hillenmeyer Sons r j = BlUR Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky 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 Local Notes The penalty will be put on all un paid city taxes November 1 oc13 2fc SD Rothwell The ladles composing the U DC had a full meeting with Mrs J A Doty on Monday The Ladles Society of tian church will meet at Mrs II C Jennings next Saturday afternoon Land Sales J G Sweeney bought 38 acres of land adjoining his tract near town from V G Anderson at 100 per acre What do you Think of This Mr A C Robinson says that he raised a tomato vine that is 18 feet long and that Mr John 1C West helped to measure it Important County Clerk J A Doty requests the Election officers for 1904 to return the keys to the ballot boxes and the seals to his olllce at once to save the ex pense of buying new locks ReArrested Jailer Ross has succeeded in placing Eliza Beazley colord behind the bars again She was given COO days to work out a fine for selling liquor and being a trusty escaped while out at work Mrs Josephine Boner the Bryants ville milliner has engaged of Miss Clara Bennett of Cincin nati 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 Phone Directory The increasing business in the Bas tin Telephone system calls for a new directory which will soon be printed It will be seen by athousand or more people every day The pages Using will be given out by M D Hughes at reasonable rates Apply to him Money for Teachers Acting school Superintendent L L Walker has been informed by the State Superintendent that the money due teachers is ready Mr Walker will therefore pay the teachers of Gar rard county the amount due them at his olllce next Satuaday 14 Farm for Sale The farm consists of 68 acres lying 8 miles from town i mile oil 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 Joe Robinson or Chas Wedding On last Saturday evening Mr Har vey D Arnold a native of this county but for many years a resident of Texas and Mrs Maggie B Gulley one of the most competent teachers in this county were married by Eld F M Tinder at his residence in city The Record extends best Big Stock Sale Wiggins and Washington of North left about 10000 here last Saturday having bought stock as JG mules of W B Burton at 125 to 175 and 21 horses from same party at 125 to 200 two horses of Capt T A Elkin for 300 one horse of Forrest Stapp for 300 and one of J V Sweeney for 200 We take off our hats to any man who rises above his party be he Democrat or Republican It is this kind of stuff in the man that makes for the countrys good Be an independent free American citizen rather than a partisan stand for character rather than for your party Be a Democrat or a Republican but be a man with either Breckenridge Garrard Responds- A large delegation went from this county to the State Development at Louisville thereby approv ing the call and Manifesting a desire to aid in some way in the development of our rich agricultural and mineral resources The large amount of hemp and tobaco raised in this county would justify the building of factories here to prepare those articles for the mark et giving to our people the immense profit that is made on handling them between the the Our people are able to save large sums of money by pursuing this It would give us new life and make us more prosperous all over the county Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educBted many young men and women for usefulness independence and the greatest success Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and taught by experienced teacher Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fine salaries Recognized as the cheapest best and highest honored business college This session 500 students from 20 states have attended Students can begin at any time and receive individual instruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main street or address Wilbur B Smith Lexington Ky Notice CAid the hrls the for adver W West popular I his Convention fa mers and consumers courser Telegraphy services and wishes follows News B C W M following are the officers of W B M work for the ensuing year Elkin district Super intenclent Mrs J A Amon district Superintendent of Children Mrs Jen nie Embry district Secretary KaufTman President of C W B M auxiliary Win Burnett Vice President R E McRoberls Sec retary J M Mount Treasurer meetings the first Wednesday in each month Your Habitual Express What kind of an expression do you wear habitually Is it sour morose repellant Is it a mean stingy con temptible uncharitable intolerant ex pression Do you the expression of a grasping greedy ex pression and which indicates an avari cious nature Do you go about among your employes with a thundercloud expression with a melancholy hope less despondent look on your face or do you wear the sunshine expression which radiates good cheer and hope which indicates a feeling of good will and of helpfulness Do people smile and look happier when you approach them or do they shrink from you chilly gooseflesh sensation come over them when you approach It makes all the difference in the world to your influence what kind of an you wear Ex Teachers Association Saturday October 8 was the Red Letter Day for McCreary The of that magisterial district from far and near to enjoy a low of reason and feast of good things prepared for them by Mrs Maggie Gul ley who had charge of the program and meeting They came with their baskets and buggies old folks and they filled the old church and overflowed into the yard and town They did enjoy the meeting The children and young peo pe by speech and song by pantomime and in the swiftly hours with pleasure and mirth At noon the tables spread upon the grass groaned beneath the loads of good things that have made the famous The teachers and citizens that to learn something of the needs of the schools and the work of the only had to listen to the earnest words of Prof J E Mannix of the Lancaster High School and Proto W C Grinstead of Danville to know that Garrard and Boyle counties are alive to the necessities the situation The day was crowned with good things and be long remembered by those who attended the meeting and of its joys Beer Seized On Saturday night Prof Mannix and Ross Bastin discovered a wagon load of beer going down water street toward the homes of colored men who have frequently been arrested for the illicit sale of liquor They reported to Chief of Police S D Rothwell who hurried to the scene and found of beer of 4 dozen each on James Coxs wagon in front of Charley Dickersons a colored man who is accused of selling liquor Mr Rothwell seized the beer and had it stored in the Police Court room On Monday Mr Cox who is a farmer and who says that he only hired his team to parties at Danville to haul the beer was tried on charge of furnishing or procuring beer for another engaged in the sale of same as provided by the Farris law Mayor Bishop tried the case and showed considerable ability as a Judge Hon R H Tomlinson City Attorney Swinebroad and W I Williams represented the de fendant The jury failed to agree The beer was consigned to Carey Mul lins John Harris and Charley Dicker son three colored men who are en gaged in handling liquor Another jury was summoned on Tuesday and after the testimony was introduced and the case argued the jury failed to find a verdict The case is set for the third trial on next Tues day 17 Much interest is manifested and large crowds attended the trials Election Officers The following is a list of the election officers appointed by the Election of Garrard county for the year 1905 as follows Court House No D Gulley Sheriff Louis Burnside Judge John Walker Clerk John White Judge East Park No 2 Branham Beazlev Judge Duke Goodloe Sheriff John Boner Clerk John Sanders Judge West Park No 3 H T Logan Judge Ash Arnold Clerk A J Payne Sher iff Jesse Ledford Judge West Bryantsville Green Bowling Clerk Sam Secrest Judge A T Scott Judge B D McMurtry Sheriff East Bryantsville Jim McWilliams Sheriff Hulls Raines Judge R D Moore Clerk Ike Dunn Judge Buckeye Allen Teater Judge W N Grow Sheriff Lige Ray Clerk Jno Bogie Judge Walker School House Chas Ballew Judge Dave Sanders Clerk Reuben Prather Jutige L D Parks Sheriff Paint Lick W C Wynn Clerk Jno John Parks Judge Geo A Clerk Union Luthe McQuerry Sheriff Noah Spainhowar Judge W G Gooch Clerk Hiatt Stigall Judge i J The Miss Sallie Mesdames Emma wear bulldoga and- a expression people younguntil Antioch dialoguefilled desired teachers will eighteen cases Commissioners 1J th- C Regular gathered passing Blue- Grass partook assisted Ballard i e BUCKEYES Mr Doc Simpson sold his farm to John Bogie for 1100 Mrs Sallie Ramsey of Bee Lick is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Alex Walker of Lancaster is visiting Mrs John Walker tills week Mr Mose Davis bought of Mr Nuck Dean his farm on Poor Ridge at 55 acreMiss Emma West of Nicholasville Is spending the week with Miss Helen MilesMr Handy Kurtz of Harrodsburg is with his brother Mr Hugh Kurtz this week Mr and Mrs Luther Raney and son Latie were visitors of W T Noel and family Sunday Misses Nora Long and Bessie School er of Madison have been visiting Mr and Mrs Richard Burton Mr Jesse Sanders and wife of Jud son were guests of Mr and Mrs Teater Saturday and Sunday Mr R H Batson and wife of your city attended preaching here Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs Printus WalkerMiss Osee Dudderar who is teach ing at Scotts Fork was the guest of Miss Ina Gulley Saturday and Sunday Mr Ben Marseeand sister Miss An nie of Lancaster visiting Miss Rovesta Lee Turner Saturday night and Sunday Mr Harrison Ray one of Garrards best citizens was mingling withfriends here last week He is the candidate for jailer and is making a hustling race Uncle Dave had better get a move on him self PllEACHEUSVlLLE Mrs Wm Coldiron visited at Berea last week WJJ Jarvis and wife of Cedar Creek were here Sunday i C Fox has been in the few days on business Mr and Mrs F F Cummins were at Pleasant Sunday- T W Payne sold his house and lot in Rowland to Mr Stuart for 200 J P Rogers and wife were visiting at Willis Rogers at Paint Lick last weekMrs Garner and daughter Miss Lillie were visiting relatives here last weekLewis Bell and family of Crab spent Sunday with John Rigsby and family Sam Adams who has been with J F Holtzclaw for a year has moved to Paint Lick Willie C Cummins who has been sick for some time is very much better at this writing Mr Horace Miller who has been with Ins daughter Mrs B C Anderson at Brodhead has returned home A J Thompson sold 3 mules to Jessa mine parties for 350 John C Wilson one to same for 135 Frank Grose one to same for 112 Misses Nellie and Cornelia Hobbs daughters of Rev R H Hobbs who has been transferred to the North Caro lina Conference are visiting friends tor a few days before leaving for their new home The sale of G W Evans deceased was well attended The land was sold in three lots 62 acres north of the creek to J H Thompson for 3985 per acre 207 acres between the river and creek to Dave Thompson for 43 per acre 153 acres south of the river to B T Luncford and Thos Shaw for 18 per acre cattle corn etc sold well BRYANTSVILLE Mr Will Pettus sold a horse to J W Ball for 8102 Mrs Ben Tracy of Louisville visited Mrs Mary Ruble last week Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin is with her sister Mrs Saddler Mr Eugene Ruble sold a pair of mules to Mr Ben Bright of Boyle for 350Rev Carpenter of Lexington will preach at the Grove Sunday after noon Mr James Robinson and wife of Versailles visited Mrs John Bryant TuesdayMrs Ryan of Memphis Ten nessee is the guest of her aunt Mrs Harvey Dean Mr Jeff Dunn and wife and Mrs Patton have returned from a weeks stay in Louisville Mr Will Jenkins returned to his home in Indiana after spending a week here with home folk Mr A T Scott our new merchant opened up a large stock of goods last week he has Mr James Spoonamore salesmanThe of two millinery stores last Saturday brought large crowd to town and the display of hats was beautiful Protracted services began at the Methodist church last night M S Clark of Butler Kentucky is assisting the pastor N D Wilburn Mr Will Pettus and family left the first of the week for their new home in Somerset where Mr Pettus has bought half interest in a Hardware Store The community regret to give up Mr Pettus and brother very much J N attract- Ive republican mountains- a tit t Mul es II were visiting Orchard our regular An infant of Dr and Mrs J M age seven months died on Tues day and was buried in the cemetery on Wednesday Lancaster Wins 6 to O I One of the good games of the pres ent season was witnessed by only a fair crowd on the athletic ground on Wednesday afternoon October llth g when the home team toed up against the C U team Lancaster was out g weighted by about ten pounds but N they were very speedy and made good 1 gains each time however the start off was very poor due to fumbling 1 of the C U team did splen did work but the ends on the Lancas jj ter team forced the opponents to buck the line for their small gains but the line did their work remarkably well considering the opponents team was much heavier All who are familiar with foot ball proclaim it the cleanest game ever witnessed as both teams proved themselves perfect gentlemen The next game will DC played here next week when all the people should show their interest in the home team Misses Sue and Agnes Bourne spent Sunday with Miss Sue Sutton Mr Willie Jenkins ot Indianapolis is visiting his father C W Jenkins Mrs Marsee and son Clate were visitors atPreachersville Saturday Mr Joel Walker of Lancaster was the guest Monday of Mr Jonah Mar seeMr John Turner sold his farm con taining 27 acres to Mr Charles Bur dett for 81675 Mrs Margaret Sutton and Miss Sue Sutton visited Mrs J I Hamilton of Lancaster Thursday Mr Billy Barker and daughter of Jessamine were recent visitors of Mr Toni Barker and family Mr and Mrs Herring have just returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Telitha Floyd of Mt Salem Mr John Simpson accompanied by his daughter Miss Lizzie attended the annual Endeavor Convention at Stanford i Mr Sam Barker sold his farm con taining 107 acres for 3000 to Mr Bil ly Onstott of Bourne Mr Barker and family will soon leave for Oregon to take possession of the fruit farm which he has recently purchased out there Come in if you want the best work Go to the best place to get your razors honed or shears sharpened We have fitted up our shop new from bottom to top Henry Duncan tf r r ballthe MARKS URY I I T I I Acton u 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 offered catchpenny schemes to bring customers to our store You know this to be a fact Our Immense Lines of Pall 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- We have them and our prices are right See our line of Ladies Underwear Hosiery Fine Shoes and Wraps THE Joseph Mercantile Co p IF u I MR IT Will WIN I You Dont Have to Leave Town j 1 Every thing and Uptodate Fall and Winter GOODS Arriving daily at H T LOGANS IIII E I I in I Ill N W I BUGGIES AT FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros E L Woods PresL W C Fish Vice PresL W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCOKPO RATED u iJt mmmmwmmrnmm I I cosrmmmmmmillillill llii I I UU lU UU u nl UUll l1nUUnljUnUUnU1UUnU L I II tmmnrnrnrmnnnnr nrnrnrnii mmnimmmmmmmnimm nrnrmnrmmmmmm- mr iu u 4uiuwtuatwJUU Statmt condition June SO 1903 ItESOUICCKS Loans and Discounts 73489 10 Overdrafts 35190 Due front banks 1221s 47 BaukiiiK House and Lot 1510 00 Mortgages 1037 00 CHS 449 13 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00- lU8UXt 66 CIAIUL1TKS Capital Stock lfi000 00 Fund 5333 31 Individual Deposits 8300 2- C10uti CO r 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 CAPITAL I DIRECTORS M COY RGGUYN J B WOODS aa R L ARNOLD BURROWS E L WOODS J S W C FISn Our Customers Fully Protected by Fidelity and Iiii1J Portland and Black Diamonds Cement 8 InLime and Window Glass II II are d a p a x E III- t r Stormes Drug Paint Store J 1 1 1 J c BOWLING GREEN KY Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic Law Catalogues and Journals Free ommerclal and Special Courses of GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky MENTION COURSE WaNTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address CENTRAL RECORD Isswed Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyat SecondCtaM Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and Lancaster Ky October 13 igo5 It is quite gratifying to know that we are In the midst of an ethical re era of The of the age is to educate and legis late against the corruption which is permitted socially politically com menially and in every department of government from the village council to the balls of congress There is no place where the grafter and the bood ler does not appear Under the guise of public good or party fealty the rights of the masses are ignored and their property is misappropriated in a manner that is contrary tc the prlnci pIes of eternal justice though by the laws of the country This results from the fact that men have been induced to believe that statutory laws are right when they are frequently opposed to the princi pIes of morality and equity which should guide us in every act of life The fostering of trusts and the aggregation of wealth to fix prices on the commodities of life instead of leaving them to be regulated by sup ply and demand will destroy general prosperity by the unnatural accumu lation of wealth just as congestion in the human system will destroy life If the Golden Rule were universally observed and conscience instead of law was our guide there would be no trusts or fatted corporations Let us educate the rising generations to ig nore such methods and elect repre sentatives that will destroy them root and branch A citizen was heard to make this re mark referring to a poor sober hon est industrious man He never amounted to much A comparison of the surroundings reveals the follow ing facts The man making the remark had inherited some property and by being watchful and selfish he had kept it in his possession The other inherited nothing and met with many misfortunes carrying the burdens of others and lending a helping hand to the afflicted and unfortunate even his ability to do so Time and money were used by him to comfort he had no estate Let the good people and the records of eternity say which amounted to most One measures a man by his dollars the other by his deeds One sheds sunshine and happiness about him the other darkness and gloom There is much comment both favor able and adverse in reference to the ruling of Mr Yerkes commissioner of Internal Revenue by which a tax of 25 will aften December I on all patent medicine composed largely of distilled spirits If the mix ture is called a medicine but so pre pared as to be used as an intoxicant then the ruling is right But when it is so prepared that it can only be used as a medicine and is so used in good faith then the ruling is wromg It might be well however to make some regulation to force the manufacturer I vivalan reform beyond tbesufferlng and beimposed j tendency permitted unlawful VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore I M S to use the best whisky In preparing such medlcinnps Statistics show a healthy and rapid increase In immigrations Kentucky and the South should adopt some means to invite the better class of these new comers to locate here to supply the increasing demand for hon est and steady laborers Dunsand the past week show that there is no anxiety regarding the trade future Failure statistics evidence a remarkable low commercial death rate No three months since 1875 evldencea lower ratio of liabilities to solvent payments FLATWOOD W H Furr has a bunch of nice fat hogs for sale A protracted meeting is in progress at Harmons Lick Some young ladies who were plan ning to go to Antioch last Saturday failed to dont know why Ask Jesse Baird W H Furr and John Lawson Court and visited the stock pens W H Furr sold 10 steers at 2ic while there Ben Pollard bought a farm at the Three Forks of Sugar Creek and is going to move soon we regret to lose so good a man from our neighborhood Ann Fox a well known colored woman who left this place a year ago to reside with a brother in Zenia 0 died last week and was brought back to Flatwood for interment BEDNA VISTA Virgil Scott Alpha Scott and wife spent Sunday in Cincinnati Attorney Elma Coons of London was a recent guest of Miss Bessie Bol tonMisses Alta Boner and Clara Bennet of Bryantsville attended church here SundayJames Munday and family from near Harrodsburg spent Sunday with relativesMrs Van Sant of Harrods burg spent last week with her moth er Mrs Mary Spilman Rev G N Jolly D D at the recent session of Conference was assigned to this place for another year Uncle Joe Hopper will assist the pastor in a meeting of the church beginning Nov 6th The infant of Mr and Mrs Henry Vantree died Saturday and was buri ed at Mt Olivet Sunday afternoon Misses Virginia King and Lillian Poor visited Miss at Bellevue College Saturday night and SundayJ of Versailles a for mer resident of this place has pur chased his mothers farm here and will move this week An attempt is being made to con nect this village with Burgin by tele phone This place has long needed a phone and we trust the enterprise will succeed WASHINGTON NEWS i Washington Sept 30 The convic tion and lining of four members of the firm of Schwarzschild Sulzberger last week for accepting rebatesforms the chief topic of discussion here among the returning politiciansPraise for the President and the Department of Justice is coming in from all over the country It appears to be the general opinion that the re bate evil is effectively scotched A successful precedent has been in the rebate cases and hereaf ter it is alleged the Governments path will be comparatively easy in ob taming similar convictions if future cases of this kind arises The general belief as to the result of the fining of the members is opt inistic The current opinion holds that it will have an immediate and lasting effect in curbing those large shippers who demand discriminations in their favor from the railroads If the Government is on the alert to en force the law and the large shippers will be fined 25000 whenever they are discovered accepting rebates the re bate will soon become as defunct as the great auk And rapacious ship pers will be further impressed by the fact that there is every reason to be lieve that the Government will not be satisfied by the payment of a fine for a second offense The belief that the decision of the United States District Court in Chicago will have a great effect in modifying the demands of those who are agitating for rate regulation Conservative opinion in Washington regards the conviction of the packers as an effective demonstration of the contention that existing legislation is competent to deal with unjust rate discrimination and as supporting view that there is plenty of law on the statute books if the Government will only see to its enforcements Those who opposed additional railroad legislation before the Senate Commit tee on Interstate Commerce at its special session last spring are point ing to the fact that they reiterated over and over again that existing actively enforced are adequate and are saying I you so New Cure for Cancer All surface cancers are now knowr to be curable by Bucklens Arnlct Salve Jas Walters of Buffleld Va writes I had a cancer on my lip years that seemed incurable tilt Bucklens healed it and now f tis perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25o at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Bradstreetsreportfor gOwe attended Richmond Presbyterian Madelle King lit established grows the Arnica Salve S lawn told for d TOO MUCH OF OUR FAULTS Why Should We Increase Their Power Over Us by a Too Con stant Dwelling Upon Them Carlyle was undoubtedly right when he made the statement On the whole we make too much of faults Faults The greatest I should say Is to have none A greater than Carlyle declared that if we deny our sins and sins are we say we have none the truth Is not In us The Manter con ceded the presence of grave faults in His followers yet they were powerless to prevent Him from loving them After all did not Carlyle merely voice the Masters thought expressed In Pauls admonition to forget the things that disturb our peace that shadow the joy we hunger for The things that dis courage us and cause us to feel ashamed nf our record the depressing things we try to put out of our minds and out of our lives but which by long brooding over we have woven into our very being so it seems impossible to for get Christ knew and He gave Paul to understand that to be relieved from the dominion of any fault we must never consider it too great to be overcome or of so fixed a character that we cannot put it from us and forget it ever held sway over our lives The human mind is strangely tenacious It clings to the things that have impressed it until they seem to leave their impress too deeply marked ever to be wholly erased It may he that it is spite of certain heart naturally longs for and delights in the higher and nobler things of life and the failure to reach them is so disheartening that we give too much anxious thought to our failings strengthening their power by believing in them and recognizing their hold upon us Wo always expect much from that which possesses our firm faith and if it has power to harm us our faith in that power takes away our strength to re sist and soon we are dominated by the very conditions against which we have been striving Make too much of our faults Yes when we allow them to weaken and dis courage us When we remember that to he human means that we are shot through and through with tendencies that invite if they do not in reality bring upon us some stain of sin why should we increase their power over us by a too constant dwelling upon them Why grow so disheartened that we lose our faith not only in ourselves but in the Fathers love and His eagerness to lift us out of the depths into which we have fallen and start us anew on the right road To live hopefully to have faith in the final outcome of our efforts says the Burlington Hawkeye we must recognize the fact that we are not alone in the struggle others are finding it just as imposible to rid themselves of their faults and if we can have faith for them why not for ourselves If we can ex cuse them and think it not impossible that they should win eventually why make so much of our own failings that we lose heart and declare it useless to try to overcome Rather forget ting the things that are behind we should press a little closer to the side where He can more readily reach out and steady us when we Each sin I cast away shall make My soul more strong to soar SENTENTIOUS SAYINGS Selfcanonization cannot make the There are no disciples without Misfortune is hardest on the man who sets hs heart on fortune Too many think that the church Is only a elevator They only are satisfied with this world who are insensible to any other There are no prizes for those who win not pay for them with persistence t is better to fail at being an oak than to be satisfied with being a squashThe devil has a fellowfeeling for any man who thinks he can fool the AlmightySatan quite willing you should be rich his only fear is lest you should rightMen not reject the Bible because it contradicts itself but because it contradicts them When you get to thinking that love Is a lottery you are likely to prove It by drawing a blank You can teil a whole lot about a mans religion when you know what the children think about Horn Influence of Belief What we believe has more to do with lifes good or ill than birth station or culture It is this that will influence us In any given circumstance and decide for us what we will do or not do Our asociations will us astray if WE have clearcut and welldefined convic tions that they are wrong When we come to the parting of the ways it is con viction or the lack of it that will lead us this way or that The signboard may tell us that the city lies in a direction but if we know that th signboard is wrong we will take th other road Belief gives bias to life It creates tendencies it molds circum stances it utilizes conditions it con trots impulses and sits as umpire over all temptations and perplexities Unit ed Presbyterian Too Bad a Bisk Insurance agent who dined with us last night seemed a very gentlemanly fellow Is he going to take you dear he says I risk there isnt anything the matter with you Is there Husband No no but he learned that you cooked the dinner Stray Stories Xing Ed Foresight King Edward a first injured outfit in his au toabbita faults faultsIf becauseIn beliefsthe Masters stumble taint discipline nickelin theslot himRams not lead certain WifeThat HusbandNo amtoo great- a WifeWhy aldtothe of r ER FieldCan furnish strictly nice Seed Wheat Rye Timothy Etc 1 Will buy or sell Hay Straw Oats and Corn Also can furnish p Bran Chicken Feed Chop Etc Kindly get my prices Z CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt alien 5 tion Your business appreciated BANK5 HUDSON 1 Inside Information Recard Readers Chance for Profit Everyone Ought to Grasp this Opportunity J1ttV F t11 I Seed I I FEED S ft n tIC Viii y tt I t i To have even a simple case of in digestion is to have inside infor mation of suffering that warns of serious trouble In the future unless the digestive system is strengthened- If YOU cannot eat and digest three good square and satisfying meals each day without discomfort your stomach needsMio na tabtots They are not a mere temporary relief but are composed of valuable medicinal agents which strengthen the organs and cure and prevent stomach troubles When there are pains or distress after eating head aches belching of digestive gus s a sour taste in the month diz ziness heart burn specks before the eyes furred tongue 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 Mi 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 It E McRoberts to show you the guarrantee under which he sells Mi o na This valuable remedy costs you nothing unless it restores health stomach perfecthealth LEXINGTON u n Kentuckys Great Trots OCTOBER 3014 WebersFamous hand D I r r GrandConcerts Daily 21000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct9 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct II 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 and winter 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 1St 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 Goods Canton Flannels Outing Flannels Flannelelts Underwear Hos iery Percales Comforts and Comfort Batting 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 bargain Ifyou want to buy a good cloak for little money one that will hold its color you 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 a YfJf9fl I II SALE IONTINUfO I I I 0 0 t- I 10 I Goodassortment 01 11m I 0 f0 I 0 0 S I 3 G 000000000 0000 r 0 t 0 Z 1 0 0 0 w f r rGet one of these STOVES I and save 50 per cent of your coal II They always please and keep you warm rs N MouAtEIkID1 AboutGossip People A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are In Mr G S Greenleaf is still confined to roomMrs M Patterson is in Louisville this week Mrs Alex Walker is visiting relatives in BuckeyeMr and wife are visiting In Louisville Miss Ilattie Doty is visiting friends in Louisville R II Tomlinson attended Richmond court Thursday Nevius is spending several week in Crab Orchard Mrs McClelland of Richmond is visiting MrsJ V Elmore Miss Kate Huffman of Stanfordhas been visiting ElUin Mr George R Harden of Covington was here Monday on business Beazley of Stanford who has been very ill is improving Mrs J I Hamilton entertained a few friends last Thursday evening W A Beazley and W I Williams were in Louisville last Friday Miss Florence Harris is in Louisville the guest of Mrs Hunter Irvine Mr Graham Price and wife of Dan Yille have been visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs W T West have return ed from a visit to friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs Henley V Bastin are spending several weeks in Mt Ver non G Hendrickson has returned from several months visit to Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mrs Ellis Misses Nellie Dillon and Susie Zanone were visitors in Danville the past Mrs Cal MrsT S M r E II Mrs J California C S i j j 1 I f Mr Banks Hudson wife and little daughter Porter Scotthave returned from a visit to Lexington Miss Edith Morrow is in Lexington the guest of her aunt Mrs Jno Baugh Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been visiting Mrs Martha Evans LuskMisses Stella and Mamie McWhor ter spent part of last week in Bryants ville of Nicholasville Is visiting her mother Mrs Alex WestMiss Ethel Dunn who is attending school at Midway has been at home a few days Miss Alberta Anderson has return ed from a delightful visit to friends in London Mrs Margaret Buford of Covingtor has been visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett H C Hamilton has returned from In dian Territory and pronounces it a great country A very handsome picture of Miss Alberta Anderson appeared in Satur days Louisville Times Miss Margaret Tomlinson leaves this week for a visit to friends in Frankfort and Lexington Mrs E M Denney and Mrs Lizzie Bol ling of Point Burnside were guests of Mr and Mrs A C Robinson Mrs C K Oldham who has been visi ting Mrs Annie Singleton has to her home in Mt Vernon Mrs Mona Dunn and daughter Miss Ella of Brodhead are visiting Lan caster and Bryantsville relatives Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor and Miss Frankie KaulTman attended the Letch erMcKay wedding in Richmond Mr Richard Anderson of French Lick Ind is visiting his mother Mrs Susan Anderson Danviile avenue Mrs Faris of Kirksville and Mr Burton Faris of Richmond have been visiting Dr G Chris Faris and week man Mrs C F Denman returned FALL MILLINERY aA aaA a J wwlwvrww j My FALL and WINTER MILLINERY is arriving and it is to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable needless IDDZS ro to A A STOVES SIDlES prices You are cordially invited 11 IS BEfifiIE BI O I 0I You will save both money and coal by buying one of our STOVESCome best and all the lat est patterns in Stoves HASELDEN and ROBINSON I 11 i wife Lexington avenue Batson has been visiting his son Homer In Louisville Mrs Lew Bader of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mrs Kennedy of Lexington is visit ing her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Bess Marksbury is in Louis vile the guest of her sister Mrs A H Rice Mayor Ed Bishop went County to look after his intesest In lumberMr Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan attended the funeral of Mr Isaac Pearson in Harrodsburg G W Friend manager of the Life Insurance Company in this city spent a few days in Rich mond Mrs H C Payne who has been visit ing her sister Miss Jane Hopper re turned Monday to her home near Lex ingtonThe public will regret to learn that R H and W A Pettustwo of our most enterprising citizens have moved to SomersetMr Mrs E C Gaines have chris tened their son Claude Rice Manv friends have good wishes for the boy It is gratifying to learn that the ed itor will return home this week been successfully treated Wel come Louis Mrs Margaret Robinson and Mrs K F Postel left Friday for Los Angeles Cal where they will re side in the future Mr Paul Miller will return to Anna polls this week His rapid advance ment in the Naval school justifies the prediction that his career will be a brilliant one J B Conn has been in London for the past week and is now in the city to purchase a set of tinners tools so if you need any work done in this line you will do well to see him Dr A J McNaes left this week to visit his sister Mrs J F Blackerby in Bowling Green and to attend the Kentucky State Medical Association at Louisville Oct 18 19 20 Middlcsboro NewsMr Henry Terry of Columbus Miss will arrive and will be accompanied by Mrs A Williams who will be matron of honor at the TerryPark wedding which occurs the eleventh Mr Jack Moody will arrive next Sunday and will act as best man at the wedding Mrs W O Park and daughter Louise spent a few days in Louisville this week shopping The prospective bride is well known here and is very popular being a grand daughter of the late Judge Ephraim Brown The wedding of Miss Nellie Dillon the daughter of Mrs Lizzie Dillon Mr Jesse Wearen of Stanford was at her home on Wednesday at 2 oclock The handsome rooms were profusely decoratad in ferns and palms the ceremony being by Rev C S Ellis The bride was handsome in a dark green broad cloth going away gown with hat and and gloves to match The bride is an accomplished young lady and enjoys the admiration of a wide circle of friends in the city while the bride groom is a popular insurance man A very large number of pretty and costly gifts were received Only the imme diate relatives and a few Intimate friends present Immediately af ter the ceremony the happy couple took a train for Lexington and other cities PAINT LICK Mrs W S quite sick Miss Annie Adams is now clerking at W S Fish Miss Pearl Baker of Berea is tie guest of Miss Ethyl Woods Mr R S Denton sold a horse to Mr Wils Rogers for eighty dollars Mr and Mrs Claude Kemper are vis iting relatives in Owen County Mr and Mrs J P Rucker of Ford visited his parents here Saturday and Noland of Union Cily is visiting her daugnter Mrs Richard MoberlyMiss Forest Denton has returned home after spending several weeks in Lexington Mrs W G Casinburg has for her guest Mrs Dr Williams and little son David of Ford Mr Ed Slavin of Danville has return ed to his home after a visit to Mrs Lizzie Shumate Rev C L Young and Mr A R Guvnn returned from Millersburg where they attended Presbytery- Mr Fred Hall depot agent here has moved his family from Lancaster to the house vacated by Mr Hammack Mr Roger Rucker has accepted a position as stenographer in Whining ton N C and left for that place last ThursdayMiss Francis is teaching school at New Hope in the absence of Mbs Allie Tribble who was called to thebeb side of her mother who is very 111 at Richmond Plans to Get Rich Are often frustrated by sudden break down due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Klnrs New Life Pills They the mater ials clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure and dizziness too At R E Mc store 25c guraanteed I 1m R II to Pulaski C and celebrated afternoon performed Fishes SundayMiss have takeout I Roberts drug Mr Metropolitan handsome haying laughter Tuesday were I had M1 which are headache Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky toe 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 7 126 acres 21 miles from near pike good improvements well watered price per acre No acres in good neighbor hood near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 82200 No 31 48 acres new barn goodcot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 62 50 per acreNo 116 242 acres good improve ments 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 house and barn well watered a bargain at 3000 per acreNo acres in splendid a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state of 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 miles on the pike new Improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 81250 143 Five acres of laud on Danville street at a bargain two story business house on public square at 82500 Rent pays 10 percent 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 Harrodsburg Ky This Agency hns for sale the Parma mention ed below and many others lu Mereier and ad joining countiescan sell your property If you list it the Agency will be pleased to answer your letters 275 acres on pike near Slialccrtown Mercer Co Ky well improved Is fine land for hemp tobacco wheat etc GO an acre CO acres 1 mile of Burghi ou pike good prop erty very well Improved at 72 an acre 130 acres on county road 8 miles of Harrods burg near pike well improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 40 acres flue land on pike near Sal visa Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod ern residence etc 3000 130 acres 2 miles from Harrodsburg on pike new residence fine bottom land beautiful property 77 an acre will take Lancaster property as part pay 215 acres good laud in 9 miles Harrodsburg on pike nice residence barns frnit lays well produces fine crops 35 an acre 00 acres fine hemp land miles from Harrodsburg pike walnut woodland improvements poor laud worth 100 au acre price 63 an acre 101 acres on pike 3 miles from Harrodsburg a nice laud cottage etc COOO 310 acres fine river bottom farm 5 miles from Harrodsburg ou pike 200 acres tobacco land grows any crop woodland nicely improved 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good crops well improved at 36 acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms ICC and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop CO acreWrite for my list containing Bargains office near Court House Harrodsburg Ky Business and Bargains Best House and Roofing Paint Ilaselden Robinson tf We want your produce at Ward Grocery 2t C D Powell Co have the largest cheapest aud best line of shoes in tjwn 1013 tf The leading represented by Ed C Gaines flowers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron also on all kind of rooting work I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale Drugstore Your subscription solicited 187tf Howard Withers The W C T U library is open every Tuesday 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 Strayed into my placeabout a month ago a shoat weiging about 80 lbs Owner can have same by proving it and paying for this notice and its keeping J W Hill 3t McCreary Ky 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 Boner Mgr We have purchased complete set of Tanners tools of the best make and shall be ttckeled to serve vou in any thing you may need in this Conn Brothers 2 dozen Axminlster Tapistry and Ingrain druggets just received Also large line of rugs Special prices on Tribblefc t Stanford Ky Lancaster 55 1130 1246 cultivation 127170 132250 locality 133360 14227 144A avenue nY W T Real Estate Ap cy residence and tobacco homegood fW an acre Farm florist is roof- Ing 10 6 tt at Frisbies Strayed all L W1D1 Mercer 7 Ss Tin Work liner y PAINTS I PURPOSESI We guarantee to give you a better UNTT for less 2x O T than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE IpA I w For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf New stock of watches and clocks at 69tf Thompsons Stoves of all kinds Ilaselden Robinson tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling liowcrs 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 69 tf Thompsons Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 8 4 tf W J Romans For Sale Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt H B Northcott 414 Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson Ladies Tailors Department It 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 1006 the property now occupied by Rev C S Ellis 9 23 tf Mrs Susan Fisher Our Glassware must be closed out regardless of cost in order to make room for Holiday goodsW Ward 2t One Whitman Hay Press Apply to 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 II B Northcott Coal Coal Coal I sell the best grade of coal Buy now while it is cheap Phone 146 6t John Magee Cabinet mantels and grates Ilaselden Robinson tf Do you ever think where ycu can buy your Groceries etc cheapest Try Ward and be convinced 2t For Rent To reliable man with small familya cottage on easy terms Also a small wheat and corn crop if preferred immediately to Mrs J L Crab Orchard pike 3t New lot of Sewing Machine needles also a new lot of pencils and tablets going cheap tf Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street House contains o rooms two halls 2 has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton Highest cash price paid for eggs VY II Ward 2t For Sale 20 buff Plymouth Rock cockerels pullets Pure stock 4t Mrs Alex West A splendid residence and four acres of land on Stanford ayenue Apply to Hughes Swinebroad oc13 2t I have all the latest in stock and can order in this line on shortest notice 1 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 immediately The house is in perfect repair with all necessary out ouildings and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The con tails 31 acres For further apply to W O Rigney tt 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 holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either ladys or 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 you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or where in 5 miles of this city Special prices to wanting car lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed Ring phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf J j i10 21 tf iI Lime tf I I For Sale Coal 1 P Thompson contains and 10 For Rent mUsIC I tt I I C Satisfaction Apply possession information s of all kinds for all Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General Insurance i FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any call me Otllce Phone No 31 Residence No 7onecan S QO O0O0 OO0000OO0OO X School Books New Adoptions We now have a com plete stock of all the School Books We sell them only for CASH at state con tract prices Old books exchanged R E McROBERTS I I OF I I I livI x a a Lancaster 00000000000 ooooooooooo LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident II JJ WALKER j Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS fioooo B F I UDSON Cashier D RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson L J J Walker T M Arnold The National 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remind us how motherhood there is in the world which is full of weak mothers and wailing babies Motherhood is made easy for those women who use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It gives the mother strength for her trial and makes the babys advent practically painless It gives health and strength to both child and mother I take pleasure in informing you of the birth of a health on i8th I OQ writes Mrs Iv E Corti of Waltonville T T MOlherDOOd perfect TIDE OF YEARS 0 tide of years oear me beyond- A wintry world of chance To realms where bravo wills strong and fond Do conquer circumstance Give me to know the blessing rare Of simple peace and rest A heart to love a mind to dare Through lifes eternal quest f years while others weep Let me be calm and hope That somewhere all who toll shall reap New tasks of larger scope Let not my failures bring despair Success be charged with scorn But keep me gratefully aware To service I am sworn Make me to see the way Is bright With kindly deeds and true That in the thickest of the fight The loyal are not few Give me the feeling mid all care That sacrifice Is blest And he who but a crust doth share Has done his very best Give me to carp at none who hold A subtler faith than mine All creeds are growing weak and old Save this tis loves divine And let me not with hatred bear Some fellowtraveler down me good will I do not care Who wears the mimic crown O tide of swift tide of years Give me somehow to see Albeit through a storm of tears My deathless soul is free To worship beauty everywhere To gather joy full late To banish doubt to battle fair And nobly face my fate Charles W Stevenson in N Y Ob server CONTENTMENT Like Patience It Is a Virtue and Con tributes to the Joy and of Life Contentment like patience is a vir tue As a rule no matter how mucb one may gain we still wish for more Once the spirit of avarice is aroused It seems almost impossible to rise above it We seldom realize that though we should gain the entire world we would still crave for more While in a measure we ewe the progress of our American nation to the progressive and independent spirit of our forefathers as a rule our lives are happier if we accept our situation and the current of our lives in gen eral as the will of God In the path of life there are innumerable happen ings which are attributed to Provi dence but often our troubles are the result of our own carelessness or in differenceAs as genuine happiness goes there is more real contentment in the humble little home whore love is the only reward than in some of the most luxurious mansions What we need urges Miss Jean C Gulick in New York Observsr is courage We may as well accept our trialq cheer fully as any othe way and make up our minds to arise and shine To shine is not always possible but to rise above a state of envy and depres sion we can and we must if we have any desire to be happy The hero does not always die for the rause for which he fights Often the one who lives for it is every inch as much a heroIt may be that in our simple lives we possess something which our richer neighbor has not it may be something far beyond his reach If we cultivate a cheerful and contented spirit and make the firm resolve that whatever hap pens we will be true then we will have what few possess contentment THOUGHTS FOR QUIET HOUB An important field a ache to the man who is not big enough to fill it When conscience rings the alarm on the coastline of danger there is hope for the tempted The man who is useful will always win the highest prize over him who is ornamental He who is ashamed to bend his knees in prayer must bend his back to the rod of the Smlier The wise man adjusts hi theories to the facts the fool manipulates the facts to his theories There is a well of healing not far free every Svchar sAd at that well 0 o tide Give ears i I uneventful unselfish i s merely f Peacefulness heart- S 1 the doctor the was already born The neighbors who were sIte my husband and the doctor could not believe their Having suffered so much before I never believed myself able to be delivered of a living Dr Pierces Prescription to all wotnen who I have used eight bottles and find myself in perfect health Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well no substitute for the medicine which works wonders Pa Box 25 i cannot find words sufficiently strong to to mY thanks for my baby came almost without when my husband with with child- I recommend are in the same condition that I was in as one tile best remedies in existence you of for weak women FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense fledical Adviser is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to of mailing ONLY Send twenty one onecent stamps for the book in paper or thirtyone stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY payexpense covers were is a Saviour waning Hope may be found at the bottom of Pandoras box but never at the bottom of a beer schooner No man is immune from sin but the grace of God rightly applied will prevent it from being fatal Fast scarlet of Calvary and the white which is emblematic of the righteousness of the saints No one need remain under the pow er of sin Not even the devil can bind one there if by the grace of God he is determined to rise One of the great blessings of this world is that when God removes the Christian mothers to the fullness of their inheritance He does not take their influence with them If we clasp hands with inlustry at the foot of the hill it will be our friend to the summit It is one of the great helpers sent by the gods that men might not fail United Presbyterian Trying to Hedge Id like to have a short talk with you after breakfast no use Mary Im short News Between Girls Maud Being a cloakmaKers model must be very tiresome its very trying on one Judge NEW YORK REGULATES TIPS Law Goes Into Effect Governing the ItchingPalm Habit in the Big State New usual fall crop of laws cut and dried by the agriculturists up the river were delivered recently That is they went into effect and there was notably one the antitip law that had been awaited with anxiety by the knights of the napkin and the tray The laws provide for and against all manners of things but the antitip law of Senator Martin Saxe was far and away the kingpin of the collection- It appears according to its framer that it is really an antigraft law and that if you want to give the waiter a half dollar you may do so providing you dont enter into an agreement with him that in consideration of the coin he will give you a double portion of hash for the price of one or that he will shave the bill down at the expense of the manager In view of recent developments in a certain metropolitan restaurant there seems to be a timeliness in this accord ing to several lawyers about town The main intent of the law however is not against the humble waiter but against the big grafters It is to pre vent dishonest buyers or sellers for firms from being tampered with by bribes and led to swindle their firms by giving orders to the highest bidder and other like forms of graft Little interest was taken in the law As a matter of fact there were very few persons who had heard anything about it apparently for they were quite Ig norant of it when questioned There was no diminution in the number of tips offered to waiters and other serv ants nor in the amount of money given Of course it Is too early to tell what the big offenders at whom the law is aimed will do but the chances are that just as much money will change hands for favors as ever Monks to Aid Peasants St monasteries of ly hoarding their immense treasures in time of national need have decided to open their purses for the relief of the peasants in the faminestricken districts It is reported that the Alexander Nevsky cloister the second richest monastery in Russia will de vole 1125000 from its treasury and from its revenues in loans to needy peasants Finds 66300 Gets Cigar B W Taylor a Kankakee Ill real estate dealer found on a Chicagobound train a pocketbook containing 100 In bills checks amounting to 66200 on a deposited in the same institution The finder with a fivecent cigar Potency of Radium Water A gentleman who had been down to on the kidneys that when a person dies down there they have to take their kidneys out and kill them with a club declares a western colorsthe WifeJohn HusbandIts myselfChicago MayYes YorkThe special PetersburgThe complainthad 200000 bankbook ofBirmingham saysthat pape jj 03pa t nurJOSn Y JrJ I r GRASS ROOT DIGGERS Two Instruments Which Will Do Good Work in Ridding Fields of Troublesome Grasses A bulletn from the department of agriculture Washington details some experiments in trying to kill out ohn son gross in the south This grass has become a pest in some places as it crowds into cultivated fields worse than Quack or Witch grass It spreads underground so that ordinary culture merely encourages its growth The roots must be pulled up and destroyed before it can be killed A disk or cut I I I TWO GRASS ROOT DIGGERS away harrow does good work at chop ping off the roots and a springtooth will uncover many of them but in or tier to be effective a tool must reach down under and rip the roots out Two grassroot diggers are mentioned in this are shown in the accompanying diagram The upper one is used by George M Clark of In preparing sod land for reseed ing to grass With the best plowing and harrowing some roots of old grass will be left In the soil To destroy them Mr Clark uses this tool like a onehorse cultivator It works deep In the soil gets under the roots and snaps them off often reaching the side of the field covered with broken and dragging roots Mr Clark says that he cannot fit an old meadow as it needs fitting without using a tool of this sort It seems to be indispensable In destroying Johnson grass GOOD SEED BEDS PAY The Careful Cultivation of the Soil Has Its Reward in Fuller and Better Crops Some years ago the writer had a threeacre plat ready for oats but when he started the drill he found the rubber pipes so worn that they would not allow the seed down so he started the hired man to harrowing the land again and went away for new drill hose The hand spent an entire afternoon with harrow and two horses on less than three acres after It was considered fitted for the crop and the result was that the crop on the fitted land was fully 50 per cent ter than on the small patch drilled be fore going to town for new drill hose On our present wheat crop we have plain case of the value of good culture of the soil before planting The writer was fitting the land with plank drag pnd harrow and the boys had gone to a neighbors for a few bushels of seed wheat Something detained them so we kept the drag and harrow going along one sideof the field The wheat fit this writing is 25 per cent better on that strip than on the rest of the field end the stand of fallsown grass is fully 50 per cent better Prairie Farmer To Fight Weeds Prof L H Bailey gives the follow ales for keeping down weeds and thereby improving crops rotation Certain weeds follow certain crops when the weeds get too strong change crops SecondChange the method of Plow deeper or shallower or use a different harrow or cultiva frequently with light surface tools clean seeds let weeds run to seed on the manure pile or anywhere on the farm Sixth Eogs and will clean up the weeds on foul fallow land It Is said that a weed will not after a sheep has dropped on It Ground Lime Bock The use of ground lime rock on lands inclined to be acidy is highly to be recommended There should be more mills for the grinding of this rock than now exist Every county that is largely underlaid with lime rock should have at least one place within it where ground lime rock can be obtained This would greatly simplify the matter of getting the ground rock to market as the farmers would in many instances do the haul ing themselves There are numerous counties in the southern part of Illi nois where this rock is abundant but where the soil contains so much acid that clover peas and alfalfa cannot be grown Orange Hawkweed Orange hawkweed is one of the bad weeds now traveling westward It has orangered blossoms resembling those of the garden paintbrush for it in newly seeded fields How It Happened The goddess of liberty dreamed one night That the grafters were trying toll her knell They shant she screamed as she woke in a fright And libertybellChicago Tribune Remarkable Development Hes actually making some stir 1 the worldWell Does that surprise you Of course Why that fellow won a medal for good conduct while at MhooL Philadelphia Ledger a I bulletinthey Connecticut torun welt bet a FirstPractice torThirdCultivate FourthSow FifthDont sheep germinate Lookout tq cultivating t STRANGE AVIC or ff I Dr C C Green alert personal attention to his great humanitarian contract fln our Almanac for years have given unusual advice to those with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or We have told bottle of German Syrup to consult their is the case in the advertising of many other remedies Our Syrup makes it possible for us to such IWe know by the of over 35 years that one 75cent German Syrup will speedily or cure worst bronchial or lung that even in bad one bottle of German Syrup will work wonders qNew trial 25c size 75c At all druggists For ale by R E McRoberW Mr J B Collier was here last Satur day taking the lists of property Mr and Mrs Carl Prewitt have both been very sick but are better now Mr W T Baker sold to Victor Lear a nice bunch of shoats at 4 65 per ICO poundsProtracted meeting is going on at Freedom church Every body attend it it will do you good The district school election was held here last E wheel er was elected Trustee Our friend Joe Simpson has return ed after being gone three weeks to Territory He dont like the country and will not move there Astonishing Incident It was to all her friends an aston ibhing incident that Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis was cured of her dreadful sickness Doctors she writes bad 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 McRoberts1 drug store price 50c guaranteed 1m PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell at publicsaleto highest bidder crop and farming implements on THURSDAY at 10 a m on the premises at Paint Lick Garrard county Kentucky which consists of the following prop erty towit 4 cows and calves 2 twoyear old heifers 6 yearling heifers 1 yearling bull 30 hogs and shoats 1 extra sad die 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 implements coosisting of 2 wagons 1 binder mow ers cultivators plows and plow gear 2 hay rakes also carriage about 350 bbls of corn and about 50 tons of baled hay Mr Woods Walker will also offer for sale at and place 14 head of registered short horn cattle 3 males and 11 females from the herd of J G Robins and Sons Horace Ind tf John B Parks Lon iuVllle Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NORTH BOUND No 10 504 A M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cincin nati Lexington Frankfort Shelby vllle Louisville Mt Sterling and Ash land No 30 244 p M for Winchester Paris Maysvllle Cyntbiana Lexing ton Frankfort and Sourn BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt Ver non Livingston Corbin Middlesboro Norton Jellico and Knoxville No 29 153 P M for Stanford Junction City Lebanon Greensburg Louisville EUzabetbtown and Bow ing Green No 9 826 P M for Stanford and way points Train No 10 makes direct at Winchester 737 A M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville and at 855 A M for all points east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct connec tion at Winchester 438 P M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct connec tion at Rowland 1230 P M for all points south to Norton Va and Knox ville Tram No 29 makes direct connec tion at Rowland M fur 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 gives we specialbenefit urgethemGer- man experience relieve troublesand regular NINA SaturdayT Indian u stomach aston- Ishment my stock Oct 26th 19U sametlme Shelbyvllle Louisville connection 213P afflicted s- Sj IJ 0aE0I 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to fill the new created by Kailroad and Telegraph Companies Wn want YOUNG MEN habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHYA- ND R R ACCOuNTING We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators and Station Ami rica Our err the exclusive Telegraph Schools in the world Established years and endorsed y leading Railway We execute a 230 Bond to every student to furnish him or ber a position paying from 10 to CO a month in States east the Rocky Mountains or from to 100 n month in States west of the Rockies immediately upon graduation can enter at any time No vaca lions For full particulars regarding any of our Schools to our executive office at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N Y Atlanta Ga LaCrosseVIs 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 Texurkal1u Tex San and Fishermen especially take notice hall Fraco Cal DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottle contains 2H trial size which sells fcc 50 E C DeWITT o on fpus tImes the ceciL PItCPAItSD ONtY AT THE LADOSATOItY OP COMPANY CHICAGO eJ Ask for tb3 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky 1 HOWE gIco I TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar man so as to give a clearer field of vision other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other afford and which can be predated only by those who hays tried them They arewithout the most scientifi constructed glasses that have ever been made and when BIFOCALS near sighted and glasses combined can worn with as much as single lens glasses This cannot truthfully of any form of Bifocal TORICOID GLASSES are made only br T J Howe Co Louisville Ky by them and their authorized agents under a that If not satisfaction in everyway they returned and the money will refunded If you have any trouble with your or If have not given you perfect corn satisfaction every way write to us about TORICOID this paper Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY nero S d be eyes lour n TJ A Tompson R G Pettus J L Hutchins WmColdiron Jas R Henry El C Miller WB Cook WA Wheeler J J II D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rigsby Mrs Gill V S Ferguson W L Lawson P D 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas 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 away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to GOO 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 fair and simple Write to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free 2t To Catarrh Suffers Guaranteed to cure by R K itlcllcljerts or Money Itefuuded The popularity and increase in the sale of Hyomei are unique in the annals of medicine Such astonish ing cures have been made by remedy that the proprietors have au thorized R E McRoberts to sell every package of Hyomel under an absolute guarantee that it 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 ca tarrhal germs In the breathing or gans enriches and purifies the blood with addittonal ozone and makes a 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 a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The inhaler lasts a life time and if one bottle does not cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can be ob tamed for 50c It is the most econo mical of all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh and is the only one that follows Nature in her meth ods of treating diseases of the respira tory 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 re fund your money The Rock Island to day announces a very material reduction in homeseekerg rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the horneseekers rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately one fare plus 2 for the roundtrip The new rates are about of the regular one way rate for the round trip and tickets carry the same limltand all the privileges stopover diverse route and sidetrips as at the former rate The dates of sale are the first and third Tuesdays 9 October and December it Presents forSubscribers to give I some I 7 percent Nvo mber e11 j Music at the Lexington Trots Music has always been one of the big attractions at Kentuckys great trots It has always been the policy of the management to secure the best bauds available This year the ever popular Weber with his famous prize band of America will give daily con serts before the grandstand Webers bum 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 trots the lat ect 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 from Oct to Oct 14th during the entire meutinir 2t Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his terrible coughs if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had a fearful ough that disturbed my nights rest tried every thing but nothing would relieve ituntil I took DrKings 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 50c and 1 Trial bottle free 1m WHO PILLS YOUR X This branch of our busi A ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Phvsicans Prescriptions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very Paint Wall Paper Etc I I the A II d guaranteed I I I X t I I I i I Ibet paint1iCUJ1 COOC OOC laJ I xl I COOQoXXooX PRESCRIPTIONSI Mixed FIll x- 44O CaZ2v 34gthq4 For Late Planting best varieties of second crop sad Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Dry Powder Guns Bellows etc mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Upon My Honor As an American Citizen I consider First Aid to the to be Americas most reliable household remedy I fully believe and will guarantee to be the quickest surest relieving and agent ever offered to the public for Burns Cuts Bruises Swellingsand Inflammations It is an absolute of Blood Poisoning for which reason alone it should be kept in every home 01 factory without leav ugly scars It does not dry and scab but actually heals from the bottom of Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Sore Feet Sore Muscles Burning Skin Itching Piles Insect and Inflammations It is to fashioned salves and liniments arnica and vaseline for the reason that when applied it opens the pores of the skin penetrates to the seat of the stimulates the circulation the congestion and draws out all soreness inflammation by sweating I guarantee every bottle Paracamph to is applied as directed as advised giving the promised results retail druggist is to refund the Dont take any substitute there is nothing just as good as Paracamph Sold in 25c floe and 100 bottle by all good druggists or sent direct The Para ratnrfo Company Louisville Ky CCJEStormea sTIle unequaledfor Swellings removes inducing Ifused GenB i WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicineNo medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over fiva years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured TWO SOc AND 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC IE Stormes 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 vour work M N LAUNDRY W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky uu FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE I r SIZES 5 I Jesse DJearen 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 but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel has an elaborate line of distinctive B m HEADWEARW fj direct from the Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is extended to all to call and J f see the new styles gg SALLIE D TILIET I possible 1 J I Millinery I Miss Sallie Tillet I e s c txi ee