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A THE CENTRAL RESIXTEENTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1905 I I NUMBBfJ f c t Have your Roofing and Guttering I REPAIRED do first class work at I I reasonablerates I rorWho will get the marked down 50C per day I until first offer at Price Today as below gets board on I in our window Cheap at 3500 t 1re Dont Put it Off JR Sideboird exhibition W w prices OOtodayI I 1 t ta o0- H 741 5100 ref is sro I 00 To- 2700 to trio ai 2e sow 50 24 OU 2150 100 25 05 00 2150 23w 2 50 59 PO I Hamilton Diinlap Successors loJA Beazley Co I J A Beazley Undertaker L 5 4 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 J r USE MARKS 6c STIX CINCINNATI Cost Best Salesman E C WmHcrndon G B Swinebroad 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 I G CHRIS PARIS BootsShoesRubbers LeastWear I I BOP 2 Iooocou ca J J L R I I j ff F caasar Dentist Office over Danville atI store f H F Hillenmeyer Sons Blue 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 r t r tr Local Notes Lecture Friday night 27th at eight Doty sold B F Slavin a pair of mules for 375 I Hear Col George Bain at Court House October 27 Announcement G M Slier is a candidate for Consta ble in this Magisterial District Mr G W Settle has leased the brick house on Danville sereet known as the Anderson property R who is apopular land lord has leased the Mason hotel and will take charge on January 1st The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs 1 Williams next Saturday af ternoon A Box Supper will be given at Fair view church on Saturday night 21st Proceeds for benefit of the church Everybody invited Go Mr George R Harden sold his hand seme brick property on Richmond Street to Dr Wm Burnett for 3100 The deal was made through Hughes Swinebroad real estate agents December 15 and 10 is the date se lected by the CW B M for the An nual Doll Sale Orders taken Dont forget the date Meeting Changed The Teachers Association of the 8th District will on 20 and 21 instead of at Stanford as previously announced Special Judge Hon R II Toiulinsoiiwas appointed Special Judge to try an important case in the Circuit Court at London this week where he is now presiding Dig Sales A C and J Y Robinson sold 75 ex port cattle weighing 1501 pounds to Joseph Bales per 11 L and L G Davidson sold 19 to same party at 4 50 Operation Drs Burnett Amon and Kinnaird amputated a toe and removed some bones from G S Greenleafs foot which has given him trouble and it is hoped that he will soon recover Court Day Dinner Served Miss Lena Bright will serve court day dinner at her residence on Water street between the hours of eleven and two for 25c Thanks to those who so kindly patronized her before Good Report The very full and complete report of the Fiscal Court published in this issue shows economical business meth ods careful management of the funds and reflects much credit on the members of the Court The members of Camp M D Logan No 1338 will meet in regular session in the Circuit Court room on Monday Oct 23 at 2 oclock p in Important business to be transacted Joe II Arnold Comdr Good Appointment Mr J II Gallagher well known in railroad circles has been appointed Traveling Passenger Agent of the Henderson route lie has had much experience in such matters and being highly competent he will render ex cellent service Judgment Judge Ford gave Mr Emmetsberger of Elizabethtown judgment for 77 and W R Gaines judgment for 40 against the White City Carnival which had encountered hard luck here Sheriff Lawson was appointed to sell the property and pay the Bible Reading Elder F M Tinder inaugurated a Daily Bible Reading Union at the Christian church last Sunday Nearly all the members present agreed to take part and much good will be done by reading and studying the Bible in which we all have a deeper interest than we have in the trashy literature which is not fit to have a place in the household Delegates who attended the Devel opment Convention at Louisville are Icud in their praises of the meeting and they are satisfied that much be done toward bringing out our mineral timber and agricultural re sources at the same time improvinz our system of education and so conditions as to invite capital into the State A Good Opportunity Be able to fill good positions by tak log advantage of a thorough business course Short hand actual Spelling Punctuation Business Letters type writing touch system Drilling to write from dictation Book keeping upto date system in forms of business including manship rapid calculation and busi ness letters School of business or see Miss Dove Harris Dan Several have asked Miss Harris to come here and give some lessons and we hope that she will do so oclockJ W Gaines W Doll Sale meet at llustonville at lGS hundredand pub- lIc Company Jubilant goodwill I experience various pen Address vllle Ky S I indebtedness adjusting Mount Elkin will show next mounth Cloak Opening We will have on Oct 20 an expert cloak dealer with a full line of cloaks and furs who will take measures and make to order Joseph Mercantile Co Out of wagon on Richmond pike of white lead Finder deliver to E C McWhorter Lancaster or Paint Lick and get re ward 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 Preaching Rev Fraser Cocks will preach at the Presbyterian cnurch next Sunday 22 at 11 oclock a m and at night The public is cordially invited Big Crop Mr Wm Gregory has returned from Dakota lIe brought nine pounds of the largest Irish potatoes we ever saw which were dug from one hill of 18 acres which will yield 500 bushels to the acre requiring no cultivation This is about 200 to the acre The remains of Mrs Chloe West of Danville were brought here Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock and with a brief funeral at the grave by Rev FMTin der were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Mrs West was the widow of the deceased J W West a sister of Mrs J K West of this city She memoer of the Christian church and was beloved by all who knew her Crowded Out Some splendid letters and good local matter are left out this week to make for five columns of advertising matter which is as readable as any thing that the Editors substitute could prepare during his absence and it is hoped that the reading public will overlook this deficiency as the revenue from advertisements is much needed after the Editors long illness Paying Enterprise Mr F P Frisbie has been engaged in the cultivation of ginseng for some time From a piece of ground 12 by 80 feet he gathered 55000 seeds which he sold at half a cent each amounting to 275 They were shipped in a box 11 inches long 7 inches wide and 3i inches derp At this rate an acre of land would yield 11550 but the cost of cultivating would be considerable City Court The case against James Cox charged with delivering beer to parties who sell it unlawfully was tried again on Tuesday by Mayor Bishop A large crowd was present and the trial most of the day The jury re turned verdict finding him guilty and fixing his punishment at a fine of 50 and 10 days in jail The case was appealed to the circuit court The Ladies of the Womans Chris tian Temperance Union have engaged Col George W Bain to lecture at the Court House in this city on Friday night October 27 subject The New Woman and the Old Man It is needless to say that he is an orator of national reputation as our people have heard him and they be sure to pack the house Admission chil dren 15 cents adults 25 cents reserv ed seats 35 cents on sale at Stormes Drug Store Nlcholasville 1O Lancaster O The Lancaster foot ball team was defeated in a hard fought game in the former town Wednesday by the score of 10 to 0 Lancaster was outweigh ted by 35 Ibs to the man but by fast playing and plenty of grit held the giants to the small score The wining team was outplayed in both halves but Lancaster was unable to resist the weight of their heavy line Both touchdowns were made in the first half Time of halves 20 minutes Referee and Umpire Embry Dunlap Sad Death Little Josephine age six years daughter of Mr and Mrs C W Andor son died on Sunday after a brief ill ness Funeral services were conduct ed at the residence on Monday by Elder F M Tinder and the bo dy was buried in Lancaster Cemetery She was an attractive child and her life seemed as a bright ray of Heaven ly light Let the bereaved family consider death as a cloud which only obstructs the light for a while tho it still shores in its resplendent glory in the abode where we may all enter if we become as she was Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educated many young men and women for usefulness independence and Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Teleg raphy taught by experienced teachers Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fine salaries Recognized as the cneapest 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 address Wilbur B Smith Lexington Ky i give acorn Lost lliattsville 2 kegs Nas- a room consumed Lecture thegreatestsuccess Ss near will afternoon LOWELL Mrs Ella IIowe and children of Dun cannon visited her mother last week Mrs Will Parks and children have gone to Barbourville to visit her moth erWill Scott who has been in for some time returned home Sun dayMiss Myrtle Spratt is spending a few days with Miss Lillie Smith of Car tersvilleMrs Dunn and daughter of Brodhead visited Mrs Belle Hender son last week Jesse Dunn has taken the building Dowe Parks residence He began on it Monday Miss Nannie Scott who has been suffering a great deal with a felon on her hand is much better There will be a box supper at Saturday 21st Proceeds to go towards plastering the church STONE Sorghum makers are in full blast Fresh beef at Stone every Saturday Teater has just arrived from Illinois Hance Land sold to Loyd Sanders a fat cow for 2ic C S Sanders bought ofE Osburn one stack of oats at 2 50 Walter Lane shipped by boat head of cattle to Louisville Mr and Mrs Leonard Cobb are over a nine pound girl Mr Gabe Preston sold several parties some nice male hogs at SO each Col James Parks bought of several pat ties some butcher stuff at 2ic Mr and MrsC W Mitchell have just returned from a trip to Cynthiana- G B Preston bought of Elberry Os burn sonte corn in heap at per bblMr Elberry Osburn and family to Lexington to make it their home Mrs Relda Green has just returned from Lexington where she has been visiting her son MT HEBRON Mr 0 T Wallace was in this locality last week Mr Dennie Scott is erecting a on his farm near here Mrs Lucy Montgomery visited at Stanford last week Mr J I Crawford was elected trustee in Sunnyside district on the 7th Mrs George Duncan of Indianapolis sold her farm near here to Mr Gabriel Preston for 250 Mr Samuel Duncan and wife and Mrs Sarah Duncan are with relatives near Danville this week Miss Ruby Scott who is spent Saturday night and Sunday with home folks Mr and Mrs Harry Dean and left Monday for a two months visit with relatives in Illinois Mesdames Sybel and Annie McMil Ian and children of Normal Ill are the guests of their mother Mrs Lura ny Montgomery Mr James Johnson of High Bridge is teaching a singing class at Mt Heb ron on Saturday afternoon and Sun are about 30 scholars Rev S C Humphrey preached an sermon at this place Sunday evening He was once our pastor and we glad to welcome him BUCKEYE Robert Burton sold a lot of corn to John Sewell at 100 per barrel Miss Ina Gully was the guest of Mrs Walker Bradshaw Snnday night Miss Ollie Phengo of Nicholasville was the guest of Miss Beatric Ray last O Hill and J N Teater deliver ed a good bunch of cattle last week at 350Misses Ada Roberts and Myrtle Hen dren of Madison were visitors here last week Hirman Ray sold a nice bunch of cattle to Jake Robinson at 350 per Bessie Pierce of Hyattsville was visiting her sister Mrs Oscar Ray last week Miss Buelah Raney of McCreary vis Ited friends here last week and attend ed the meeting Mr and Mrs JS Hoop are over the arrival of a little girl at home last week Miss Bettie Broaddus of was the pleasant visitor of Mrs Cotton last Sunday Miss Tisgie Carter of Pore ridge with her cousin Miss Jennis Carter latter part of last week Miss Jennie Ray of Madison was popular guest of Misses Lucy and Jen nie Dickerson last week Miss Ida Harris Ray accompanied Mrs Henry Arnold of Lancaster visitors at Mr J N Dickerson Sunday Miss Florence ed by Miss Ella Hicks of Judson were visitors of Mrs Thomps Hill Saturday and Sunday A very interesing series of conducted by the pastor and Rev Tm berlake of Nicholasville closed here Tuesday with thirty eight additions Hamilton contract- of morningMr several 150 future surveying dwelling teaching- at children daysthere excellent arealways J weekT hundredMiss McMurtry accompani Fairview rejoicing moved relatives thief th th b WASHINGTON NEWS Washington D un expectedly the railway rate question v has become again the chief topic of j conversation among the politicians who have visited Washington this week The discussion has been reviv ed by two noteworthy utterances Sen m ator Forakers speech ill opening the Republican campaign in Ohio and Ex fe Secretary of State Richard Olneys ar tide on Government ratemaking in a prominent review It is considered a suggestive straw indicating the di p rection in which the wind of public opinion is blowing that one of the Re 1 publican leaders of the Senate a j of the Committee on Interstate g Commerce which is expected any rate legislation proposed to H Congress this winter and one of the M most prominent conservative leaders of the Democratic party should both M condemn the proposal to fix railroad Eg rates by government authority at this precise time Senator Foraker declares that Gov ernment ratemaking is not a Repul 11 can policy and points to the pains Ohio platfoim to prove it He Las studied the whole question of Govein went regulation as carefully as allY member of Congress and his stat ment may be accepted as reflecting the attitude of the conservative ele ment of the Republican party which finds its most influential members among the Senatorial leaders While Senator Foraker repudiates the policy Government ratemaking as unRepublican ex Secretary Olney denounces it as un Democratic He points out that the proposal to give the Federal Government power to fix transportation rates presupposes op position a half or quarter of a century ago The fact that it is seri ously proposed now and is even Sj by Democrats shows how far the movement for the centralization 1 of governmental authority has gone Some of the Democratic leaders who M in vain pointed out to their in Congress last winter that the Townsend bill violated the f tal principles for which their had stood for a century past been encouraged by this utterance renew their opposition They say gfi that the Republicans having raised this rate question should be allowed to settle it and that the settlement undoubtedly will afford po Ilitical capital for the Democrats If this policy is adopted the Democrats will hold aloof in the discussion of the rate question this winter instead of I tumbling over one another in support Iof a Republican measure as they did E last season Wanted Old corn Telephone or see 10 20 tf Banks Hudson I I CSomewhat I fJ member to j evena F chI I t I initiate advocated 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 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 We have them and our prices are right See our line of Ladies Underwear Hosiery Pine Shoes and Wraps THE Joseph Mercantile 60 I t 1 0 00 00 I 0 oce ooeooooo0 IT Will WIN I I I Yon Pout Ran to Leave Town I Itoa i I 1i 000000oooooeooooo000000000000 00 6O 00 I and Uptodate Fall and Winter GOODS Arriving daily at H T LOGANS Everything E ib II I I in III I t I 1 S f far w + Report of Receipts and Expenditures of Oarrard County Fiscal Court From January 4 to April 4 1905 rJpor ib s 1902 v T At the request of a number of tax payers the subjoined report is respect fully submitted- It will be observed that the totals alone are given as the cost to give ev ery item would be enormous and the recordsare open to any one who desires to go into details The Judge of the court will take pleasure in showing any item included in the totals given It will be seen that the county was in debt to the amount of 3449637 at the beginning of the present administra tion and that this debt has been 740637 beside payment of in terest on indebtedness 3780 build ing new turnpikes 87200 treating smallpox and other es 3012 and building bridges 1CC8 all of which result from the indebted ness incurred by the preceding admin istration or arc such as are considered extraordinary not being included in the current expenses of the coun ty though expenditures which must metThe court asks a careful examina tion of the report as it reveals an economical management of the public funds during the entire time Each member of the court very regards the office which he holds as a public trust by virtue of which he is a guardian or trustee of the fund and the most sacred interests of thE people They have therefore adhered strictly to upright business methods and guarded the public funds with the same fidelity that a good servant will protect the interests of his employer This view of a public olllce has been held by our leading statesmen in both parties In our government the sovereign power resides in the people and in order to secure and protect the general welfare provide for the peace and happiness of the community pro tect the weakprovide for the helpless build good roads and establish institu tions of learning it is necessary for the people to employ or elect servants to enforce laws which are enacted for the purpose of securing to them these advantages and blessings This of public servants and the supervision of these various Interests necessarily incur considerable expense and it becomes necessary for each in dividual to surrender certain natural rights and to contribute or pay as u tax a put of his private property tom the public good Being considered in its true light the duties of the officers to the people are as sacred and as bind ing as the duties of any employe in the commercial relations of life the court has realized this fact in tranaction Believing that the report is such as to merit public confidence the court takes the liberty of asking the of the voters at the election on November 7 assuring them that their interests will be as faithfully guarded in the future as they have been in the past infectuous discus appropriately employment and every endorsement reduce Bonded indebtedness of the County January 4th 1902 Indebtedness on account Paint Lick Bridge Indebtedness on account Lowell Bridge Total Indebtedness of Garrard County January 4th 1902 Balance on hand in Treasuary January 4th 1902 Bonded Indebtedness of Garrard County April 4th 1905 No other outstanding indebtedness Balance on hand in Treasury April 4th 1905 RECEIPTS 33000 00 996 37 500 00 34490 37 8959 10 27000 00 Jan 4 1902 April 8 03 April 7 04 Totals Balance on hand I 895910 i 761224 j Years Balances Property and poll taxes Railroad tax Note collections Whisky tax Rent on Poor House Farm Rent of Work House Back taxes collected by Revenue Agent Amount received from Delinquent Polls Amount received from Sinking fund W Telegraph Co Electric Light Co Telephone Co Sundry Collections Total 8959 10 25907 PO 1255 01 3126 00 69 12 100 00 20 00 12135 73 7612 24 27500 80 28206 78 81621 18 1664 73 2919 74 3126 00 272 24 417 50 758 80 250 00 250 00 600 00 30 00 50 00 286 44 286 44 150 00 150 00 333 25 333 25 11 75 11 75 5 00 5 00 6 65 6 65 6 72 100 44 179 41 39446 08 41034 18 28275 09 EXPENDITURES Jan 4 1905 Apr 8 1903 A pr 7 1094 to to to Apr 3 1903 Apr 7 1904 Apr41905 Totals Salaries of County Officials Charity Appropriations Expense County Jail Expense County Pour house and farm expense Painting and repairing Public Buildings New Turnpikes built Turn pike expense including metal ditching and culverts County dirt roads expense Damages on county dirt roads Tax Supervisors Sheriffs Fees other than collecting taxes County Clerks fees Constable and Marshalls fees rurnpike Supervisors Insurance on Public Buildings Education including school books and other school material tom Poor Small Pox and other infectuous Medical attendance on the Poor Election expense Magistrates for holding court and committee work Livery for County purposes Ex officio services of the County Clerk Circuit Clerk and Sheriff Medicines for the Paupers and the Poor Jailors Fees for committing dieting discharging prisoners and waiting on the court Attorneys fees including fees for defending lunatics and idiots Public printing County County Board of Health Arresting guarding and conveying prisoners Telephone rent and messages Ginn Co school book case Public Records Stenographers Burrying paupers and poor Inquests Keeping Town Clock Hardware account including tiling fencing tools etc Court costs Bridges County Bonds paid oil Interest on Indebtedness Sheriffs Com collecting Taxes Delinquent Polls Exonerations 3162 50 678 80 34 60 93 38 145 48 170 77 1400 00 8222 03 974 10 800 20 192 00 326 04 427 80 121 20 800 00 811 87 135 14 1274 06 163 00 401 00 231 62 200 00 1021 80 49 15 25 20 90 79 102 90 10 00 214 40 15 00 25 00 13 50 1538 57 1320 00 1332 78 2697 50 562 70 81 69 168 19 322 18 126 10 3000 00 8408 56 1047 75 996 42 97 50 364 60 548 75 18 98 800 00 Goo 12 148 20 1110 44 117 50 154 95 314 00 541 95 24 25 200 00 184 40 30 65 19 20 39 00 14 50 Ic 00 173 75 21 90 25 00 395 56 14 05 31 0 5000 00 1320 00 1371 24 50 168 06 2777 75 686 69 234 95 183 76 274 78 342 75 2800 00 8726 85 1013 13 1 087 50 90 00 385 74 491 10 17 60 550 00 608 07 99 40 1000 00 1140 00 1399 34 1415 50 273 71 8637 75 1928 19 351 24 445 33 742 44 639 62 7200 00 25357 44 3034 98 2884 12 379 50 1076 98 1467 65 157 78 2150 00 2025 06 439 46 3012 56 450 40 508 41 1130 00 1024 69 64 25 600 00 421 77 2063 10 317 50 128 75 101 00 65 15 136 79 195 30 35 00 500 60 51 80 75 00 754 52 27 55 1668 97 6000 00 3780 00 4103 36 286300 529 77 27310 35 2889469 Balance on hand January 4th 1902 Excess of Receipts over expenditures Balance on hand April 4th 1905 42130 9380 40 A D Ford J G C C 9380 40 I I 73 I I 903 I 1904 I I EastTcnnessee 925 9004828 I I 40 156 12 628 06 IGU 90 202 45 151 01 415 00 Lumber for Public Use 251 12 12 50 27 50 200 00 102 81 134 56 612 80 428 50 92 50 45 00 180 00 4150 3600 5125 15 00 15 00 5 4Q 85 20 20 75 7 DO 77 90 10 00 11245 1490 00 245 31 113 65 88 00 447 Total 133421 94 I 98 3895910 1235 1o0a Courthouse diseases 10100 S 25 389626 VEHICLESBugg- ies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elinors i I 7- t 6 v CENTRAL RECORD 7nHed Weekly ioo Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Kyt at SecondClass Hail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association I per and Lancaster Ryt October 20 1905 EIRKSVILLE Frank Wheeler who is attending shool at Berea was with home folks Saturday and Sunday Andrew Cotton and wife of Nichr lasville spent last week with relatives in this neighborhood Miss AnnieBurchell a popular young of Paint Lick is visiting the Misses Henry this week The Ladies the Presbyterian church gave a potato Supper here last Thursday night which was enjoyed by quite a number of people Mr James B Henry left last Monday to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge of I 0 0 F held in Shelby ville and returned Thursday night He re ports a good time He represented Paint Lick Lodge No 96 The members of the Baptist church of this place are working hard to raise money to build a new church The old one is thought to be unsafe and a new one is badly hope they will be successful in their under taking The Farmers Bank at this place taU ed to open the 14th as advertised on account of their furniture not fill ing the contract They have purchas ed other furniture and will open for business as soon as it can be procured and placed in the building and will no doubt a liberal she bf pat 1 Ldy o f neededwe I receive ronage- T f f i i t 3 I s i t t Danville WHETHER IT BE Suit Goat Fur Waist or Skirt We Can Please You ffi mfl rI 1 rtU8rrg I I I II I I 9 I Qah52 Ken Cncly I i fJ have now on sale the most complete line of Ladies and Ohildrens readytowear ever shown in one store in Central E Kentucky Our buyer has just returned from a second trip to New York made especially to replenish our stock of Suits Coats etc and to for anything new in the Ladies Wear Line He placed orders for a great many styles in Suits Coats etc and secured some very special bargains in sample Suits Coats etc We now have in 300 suits to select from and styles to suit every figure and prices for every purse Very elaborate and dressy suits severely plain tailored suits Chic man nish walking suits suits for older ladies suits for school girls and children Any price from 7 to 60 Ladies and Misses Suits- We have a most complete line of suits for girls from 6 years to 16 in all the best colors such as wine navy greens and all the stylish greys and mixtures Prices are very reasonable and a great saving of time and trouble to busy mothers The suits are 5 to 12 and Coat suits from 7 to 25 New Wrapscall special attention to our fine silk coats and broadcloth coats from 12 to 40 These are copies from the latest Parisian mod els while the prices are about tf the imported garments Fancy col wraps in white green reds alice blue etc Tourist coats and many other new shapes in every day wear wraps at modest prices RaincoatsW- e have always made a specialty of Raincoats and this year we are doing better than ever before We offer at 1200 2 exceptionally good styles made of fine cravanette Panama cloth in grey black and tans Several very new and attractive styles in finei Raincoats at 12 to 2250 in all the cravanette shades Shirt WaistsWe are showing a great line of new waists in lace silk and wash materials in exclusive styles and very reasonable prices 750AllOverPlaid and Solid Color Silk Waists at 4 5 6 and up 10EmbroideredHand Embroidered Waist Patterns from 4 to 7 Fancy Waist Silks Wi have just received an entirely new line of handsome plaid silks in all the new combinations of grey and black reds greens plums etc at sc 750 1 and 125 New line gun metal greys with Pompadour and dresdon flowers in colors at i and 125 Fine Furs Our line of furs is now complete and now is time best time of the year to select yours while you can take pick Prices are at the lowest as Minks Foxes Squirrels Ermines Lynx Wolf Marten etc any price suit your ideas from 75C to 57 Dress Goods While we have a great stock of black and colored dress goods any one of which is worthy of special mention we call your attention to only four lines that are very scarce in market and which you should buy early to secure Five styles rich woolen plaids at Soc 75cNewFine broadcloths all colors at i 150 and 25o Outing Cloth Night Gowns This is our first season for this line and to give it agood pushing start we are making the lowest prices ever named anywhere Each garment is exceptionally good value and is made in full size and in the very best manner while prices are very reasonable being from 5oo tor5o Misses sizes in a number of styles Please examine them and we think you will decide to buy them ready made and save all the bother of making lookout entirelynew stockover Ve oredcloth sizefromandat I I I I Man ofWar I I i l a I H Get one of these STOVES I and save 50 per cent of your coal I They always please and keep you warm Mount flKin f elf fJ dG RMl1M Y A Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Wt Are In Miss Mary Beazley of Stanford is Visiting relatives here Misses Robinson and Grace Kinnaird were in Danville Saturday Misses Yansickle of Danville are guests of Miss Lucy Gregory Mrs Joe Boggs of Richmond has been visiting Mrs Clay Dunn Miss Lettie Brown of Lexington has been visiting relatives here Miss Norine Henry was in Lexington with friends Sunday and Monday Miss Daisy Collier of Danville leis been in Lancaster with relatives Miss Bessie Mac Lear is with cousin Miss Bessie Gulley this week Mr Jesse Walden wife and son of Danville were visitors here Sunday lion J M Rothwell is attending the Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville Miss Dove Harris of Danville has been with her sister Mrs Sim Ander son Metcalf of guest of Miss MaryLandram Burn side 1 II Grimes who has been attend ing Lexington trots has returned home Mrs Smith and Miss Bronough of Stanford were here shopping this weekMiss West of Nicholasville Is the guest of Miss Ethel West Danville avenue Miss loan Mount has returned from a pleasant vist to relatives in La GrangeMr 0 Rigney and daughters Miss Lena and Alice are in Louisville for a few days lie went to attend I r byThose I Miss Eveyn Lexingtonis- the t I i her- r bi 1 4 i 1 f the meeting of the Grand Lodge Mr Charlie Chenault of St Louis has been visiting his sister W Mr and Mrs Victor Lear have been visiting of Nicho lasvilleMr Mrs George McRoberts of Covington are visiting relatives here this week Evans Boiling of Junc tion City was visiting Mr George Ev ans last week Misses Mary and Elizabeth Grimes have returned from a two weeks visit to LexingtonWe to have Miss Carrie Hatcher back at her post after a bad case of tonsiletis Stella II uston who is attending business College Jn Lexington visited Mrs Jesse Sweeney Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford Is visit ing her sisters Misses Shugars at the New Mason Hotel Mrs Ellen Bettis and Mrs Jesse Ar nold have returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs Ann Robinson and Miss Annie Francis are visiting in Paint Lick and Kirksville this week Parr the expert machinist Universal Fiber Company was called to Chicago on Saturday Miss Virgina Goodloe accompanied Miss Mona West on a visit to friends in Washington county Mr and Mrs J E Stormes have re turned from several days visit with relatives in Lexington Mrs W S Beazley and little son William leave this week for their home in Los Angeles Dr and Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville have been visiting the fami ly of Squire W II Kinnaird Miss Margaret Mount is expected home this week from several weeks visit to relatives in Covington A very pretty picture of little Eliza beth Ford daughter of Judge and Mrs A D Ford appeared in Saturdays I Mrs J Elmore Mrs C F Denman MrsNannie Miss Mr N Cal FALL MILLINERY M i FALL and WINTER MILLINERY is arriving and it is to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable M needless f I 11t T JUi t jii- I I II STOVES STOVES prices You are cordially invited TT I BEEfiIB BI O7IDDt NWMM 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 i iwuwJ Louisville Times Leslie Herndon of Lexington is tne home folks for a few days Mr Fred Mulf inger who has been in Lexington for several months has re turned home lion R II Tomlinson represented the local lodgeof I O O F at the Grand Lodge in last week Jacob Joseph is representing the Lancaster Masonic lodge at the Grand Lodge in Louisville this week W R Bastin was called to MtVernou this week to assist his brotker in run ning lines through that yicniity Miss Hattie Duty and Miss Florence Harris are the guests of Miss Mary Lawrence Clexton of Louisville Mr Jesse Wearren and bride have returned from their bridal tour and taken rooms at Mrs Lizzie Dillon V Bastin and Miss Mae Lear were visiting in Nicho lasville and Lexington the past week Drs Acton Kinnaird and Burnett are attending theState Medical meet Ing which convened in Louisville the 18th Mrs W M Bogle Mrs W A Berkele and daughter Alma of Mobile Ala are guests of Mr and Mrs W H WherrittMr C McWhorter one of our wealthiest farmers and his excellent family have moved to his farm near Paint Lick Misses Mona Westof Louisville and Wilgate of Harrodsburg have been visiting Miss Virginia Goodloe avenue Mrs Oscar Honaker and children who have been visiting her sister Mrs Silas Moss has returbed to her home In LexingtonMrs Davidson and Mrs W J Romans and little daughter Carrie Belle will visit Mrs Z T Riceof Rich mond this week Mrs Stapp of Somerset and Mrs Brooks and daughter of Crab Orch ard were guests of Mr and Mrs W A Beazley this week The marriage of Miss Lenna Gorden Tillett and Mr A L Dahl occurred in Washington CityMonday Mrs Dahl is very pleasantly remembered here as an attractive visitor of Miss Margaret Tomlinson Miss Lucy Gregory gave a dancing party at her beautiful country home Friday evening in honor of Miss Bertha Ilorelzky the and popular guest of Miss Mary Arnold The decorations were unusu ally beautiful Miss Iloretzky looked handsome in an elegant pale green satin princess gown and diamond orna ments Assisting in various rooms were Misses Vansickle and Arnold A string band in attendance discoursed popular music and a delicious lunch eon served Miss Iloretzky is a great beauty a college girl a great favorite socially and of decided musical tastes Miss Gregory is a very fascinating The affair was a success and about thirty guests were present Mr IT Herbert Price youngest son of Mr and Mrs W C Price of Danville and grandson of Mrs Susan Price of this place and Miss Vesta Lackey daughter of Mr and Mrs Goodloe Lack ey of Kansas City and granddaugh er of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey of this place were married Saturday October 14th at Jellico Tenn Miss Lackey was visiting in Georgetown and going to Lexington Saturday she met Mr Price and went from there on to Jelli co The wedding was a surprise to the many friends here The bride was one of our most popular and attractive visitors and has a large circle of friends here and is a handsome voung lady with many beautiful qualities of char acter The groom is a wellknown young man of Danville The happy couple will reside in Danville A host of friends in Lancaster wish the bride and groom every possible happiness PAINT LICK Mr Herbert Kinnaird was in town TuesdayMrs Mullins of Fleming county is visiting relatives here Mr A J Hammack who has been sick is better at this writing Mr and Mrs Robert Guynn have been visiting in Jessamine county Miss Grace Gaffney who has been sick forsome time is improving slowly Mrs Lucy Bishop and Mr Bird were married at Lancaster last Wednes dayMiss Mollie Tribble of Shelbyville is visiting her sister Mrs patrickMr Bonny and Miss Lucy Adams of Waco visited relatives here SundayMrs Delia Woods and daughter of Stanford are the guests of Mrs Wm WallaceMrC Kemper and wife have return ed home after a visit to relatives in Owen county Miss Eliza Rucker has returned home lifter a short visit to Miss Lucy Edwards at Richmond Mr John H Wallace and wife have returned to Louisville after spending several days with relatives here New for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Bumeld Va writes I bad a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens ArnicaSalve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25catRE McRoberts 1m Shelbyville Mrs Henly Bessie Richmond delightful attractI- ve hostess very W C II I visiting Fltz u Cure drugstore Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky the one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following a partial list of what we have on hand at present No 7 l2G acres 2 miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price 855 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 8120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn good cot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 acres well improved 85000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 50 per acreNo 11G 242 acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 12G 721 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 acreNo acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state of cultivation cheap at S70 per acre No acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it In grass can be sold for 05 00 per acre No 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 acres of land 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 ave nue Lot runs back to Campbell streetTown property for sale or rent We have a number of dwellings and other property in Lancaster for sale or for rent for 1JOG we can suit renters and purchasers tf FARMS FOR SALE T MlllJi ApllujI- larrodsburg Ky This Agency has for sale the farms below and many others In Xlercier and ad joining countiescau sell your property if you list it the Agency will be pleased to auswer your letters 275 acres on pike near Shakertown Mercer Co Ky well Improved Is fine land for hemp tobacco wheat etc CO an acrc GO acres 1 mile of ou pike good very well improved at 1 an acre 130 acres on county road S miles of Harrods burg near pike well improved orchard grows hemp tobacco etc 30 an acre 40 acres fine land on pike near Salvisa Co Ky Grows hemp tobacco etc Mod ern residence etc 3600 130 acres 2 miles from Harrodslmrg on pike new residence fine bottom land beautiful property 77 an acre will take Lancaster resi deuce property as part pay 215 acres good laud in 9 miles Ilarrodsbnrg on pike nice residence barns fruit lays well produces fine crops an acre 200 acres fine hemp and tobacco land 7 miles from Harrodsburg on pike walnut woodland improvements poor laud worth 100 an acre price 65 an acre 101 acres on pike 2 miles from Ilarrodsburg a nice home good land cottage etc 6000 310 acres fine river bottom farm 5 miles from Ilarrodsbnrg ou pike 200 acres tobacco land grows any crop woodland nicely improved CU an acre 310 acres Garrard Co Ky land on Kentucky river grows good crops well Improved at 30 acreTwo Washington Co Ky farms 166 and 196 acres highly improved grow any crop 60 acreWrite for my list containing Farm Bargains office near Court House Ilarrodsburg Ky Business and Bargains Wanted Old corn Telephone or see 10 20tf Banks Hudson The penalty will be put on all un paid city taxes November 1 oc13 2t S D Rothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Ilaselden Robinson tf We want your produce at Ward Grocery 2t C D Powell Co have the largest cheapest and best line of shoes in town 1013 If The leading florist Is represented by Ed C Gaines flowers promptly furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron roof lag also on all kind of rooting work 10 6tf Strayed Strayed place about a month ago a shoat welging about 80 Ibs 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 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr We have purchased a complete set of Tinners tools of the best make and shall be tlckeled to serve you in any thing you may need in this line Conn Brothers 2 dozen Axminister Tapistry and Ingrain druggets received Also large line of rugs Special prices on all Tribble Pence Stanford Ky T 1130 1246 3148 34330 62 127170 132250 133360 13485 14227 143Five Y- W Real Estate tai Notice intomy Tin Work 2t fib i mentioned Burgh property 7 Mercer f PAINTS of all kinds for all wu r t 1 L4rI M u PUKPUSES We guarantee to give you a better four lessthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE IF ONE I ITT New stock of watches and clocks at 69tf Thompsons Stoves of all kinds IluseUlen Robinson ti Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf t Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and will do well to see her before placing your orders tf New stock of machine needles at GJtf 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 4tf W J Romans For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt U B Northcott 414 Ruberoid Roofing Ilaselaen Robinson 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 I P Gregory Point Leavel Ky A 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 smokulss Get our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing lie II B Northcott A stray black spotted sow has been with my hogs for some time Owner can get same by paying for feed and this notice T B Walker oc20 3t 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 Ap ply immediately to Mrs J L McCarley Crab Orchard pike 3t New lot of Sewing Machine needles also a new lot of pencils and tablets gong cheap I P Thompson tf 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 Highest cash price paid for eggs W H Ward 2t I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale at Frisbies Drug Store 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 II B Northcott For Sale 20 buff Plymouth Rock cockerels and 10 pullets Pure stock 4t Mrs Alex West A splendid residence and four acres of land on Stanford avenue Apply to Hughes Swinebroad oc132t I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest notice I Thompson the jeweler tf For Sale or Rent- I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by Mrs Paulina Rigney and posses lion immediately The house is in perfect repair with all necessary out buildings and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The place con tabs 3t acres For further informa tion apply to W O Rigney tf Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont fan to get your tickets when buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make my office your office where I will be glad to have you at any old time that suits you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly both in yard or in 5 miles of this Special prices to parties wanting car lots 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 815 tf For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf Joseph you tf For Sale Coal I For Rent anywhere give t Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KINNAIRD General Insurance 1 1 FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 ScfiooS Books We now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions OF School Books We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged MCROBERTS Lancaster KY Field SeedCan furnish strictly nice I Seed Wheat Rye Timo Etc I Will buy or Hay Straw Oats 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 tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON E L Woods V C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick OOC OOCOOC COOC OOOOOOOC I X t ICASHat IR E OOO COCO OOC COOOCO j At t t tit I thY FEEDl- and I Is WJ14 H a rest INCO1UORATED Statmt condition June SO 190o Loans and Discounts Overdraft Due from banks i Banking House and Lot Mortgages Furniture and Fixtures LIA1IILITKS Capital Stock Fund Individual Deposits UESOI1JUYIS 734S910 31 W 1 47 liOO 00 1000 00 lIiOOO 00 rot W 2I 1057 00 4l9 13 fitntaatab 5333 3i 52300 td 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 M COY R L ARNOLD RGGUYN J B WOODS E L WOODS W C FISH CAPITAL I DIREcrrons JSBURROWS II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance nfmmwwwwwwwiffwwiifwwwiifwmiifwwmK BUGGIES AT FOR THE NEXT Thirty Days Conn Bros ltmnnmnmnnm COSrm llimmmmm illmillillill uiu ill 3 3 U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U U lU l1U1U1U l1U1U1UU ninrmmnrnrmmnimm I MAHKSBUllY Mr N G Botrie sold two calves for 20 J W Simpson sold several barrels of corn to some parties in Danville for 200Miss Georgia Dunn has returned home after several days visit to friends at Fairview Miss Bertha Ham of Bourne was the pleasant guest of Mrs Jonah Mar see Sunday Mr Oliver Boner spent a part of last week with Mr Tom Chestnut Rev Brscoe preached at Nicholas ville on last Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor Rev Timber lake who is assisting Rev Ellis of Lancaster in a meeting at Buckeye while Rev S C Humphrey ably tilled I tF BOWLING GREEN THE PICK Of the vorld is the American laborer who wants nothing more than a fair wage for a fair days work His only trouble is when he cannot work every day and all day and that is the trouble he experiences when he becomes rundown and He loses flesh He loses strength He has also V lose time because he cannot work as he used to do Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery gives new vigor and strength to men and women It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of diges tion and nutrition purifies the blood and puts the body on the sure footing of sound health I was a total not sleep or eat writes Mr J O Beers of Berryman Crawford Co Mo For two I tried medicine from doctors but received very little benefit I lost flesh and strength was not able to do a work I commenced taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery when I had taken one bottle I could sleep and was wonderfully I have five bottles and am still improving If you ask your dealer for Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medi cine claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing Biliousness is cured by the use of Or Pierces Pleasant Pellets QO I worn out run down wreckcould myappetite II II the pulpit here on Sunday morning and on Sunday evening at Mt Hebron S C Humphrey is the traveling agent for the Western Recorder one of the best religious periodicals published Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J II 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 DrKinjis 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 guaran eed 50c and 81 Trial bottle free 1m I OOOOOOGOOOOOOOOO Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy SumlnsTeacl1ers ScIentific Classic Law Commercial and Special Stud Catalogues and Journals Free B POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H President Bowling Ky fE Portland and Black Diamond Cement I Lime and Window Glass l Coursesf GRADUATES 5ECUR CHERRY GreenS I I fr F 1tLl c= Stormes Drug li Paint Store The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1 B DENNY Pr IdeaL JOHN E STOBUES Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier JF Robinson Ass tCashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Q O O O O O O O O Z493 ro i 81000 I2 Ii Jp LEWIS Y President YELL I J J WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Is SURPLUS B P HUDSON Cashier W 0 RIQNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B I P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I J I I have learned my lesson of faith I said Let me have my meed of the light But the Teacher lovingly shook his head Tis not faith that asks for sight And the gist of your lesson Is yet to learn If you cry for the day In the night For Faith is an eagle skilled to fly On pinions of trust unbound And It soars in the face of the stormy sky With confidence profound That Joys In the rush of the heating air Without a thought of the ground And your meed my child for a lesson learned- Is a call to a bolder flight With Its chance for a stronger stroke of the wing And the gleam of an Inner light Which knows no choice In Its vision keen Between the day and the night P W Crannell In Service NO JOY WITHOUT THORNS It Is One of the Disciplines of Life Which Makes It Worth While Living There Is no joy without Its sorrow just as there is no rose without its thornFriendship means discipline love means sacrifice riches mean power means service Not one of these things will bring unmitigated happiness Every one of them has its attending sharp thorns and to hope to get the rose without the thorns is to be grievously mistaken Whoever takes unto himself new ties of affection increases his chances of suffering It may make little to you what happens to a per son for whom you do not care or how such a one may treat you But attach yourself to that person by the bonds of friendship or love and instantly he obtains a power over your life which can cause you the greatest sor row His illness or misfortunes hurt you almost as badly as your own If he should die a great black shadow would come over your life If he is cold or careless you are bitterly wounded In a thousand ways he can make you suffer as a person for whom you cared nothing would be utterly powerless to do This is the penalty for love or friendship or every tie of affection It doubles our joy but it also doubles our griefs and vastly increases our capacity for suffering There is something terrifying about these close human associations which have such tremendous power over us We shrink from assuming them Sometimes it seems better to go through life cold and selfcentered caring deeply for none depending on no ones affection and tenderness Thus we reason we may maintain the calm unshaken poise impossible to him whose happiness depends In any degreee upon others This is poor reasoning It Is true that one who loves no one nor Is loved by any spares himself the pangs of grief which come with affection but it Is also true that he only halt lives He misses those emotions both of pleasure and pain which are to make a complete wellrounded character Both the sorrow and the joy of life are needed for its ripening We dare not shirk the one through fear of the other The strong heart will accept love accept friendship accept the sorrow they bring and knowing It itt to be a part of life will smile through Its tears and say It was worth the sacrifice Without the joy I should never have known the beauty of life Without the sorrow j I should never have known lifes meaning Philadelphia Bulletin GOLD DUST Purpose Is what gives life a mean H Parkhurst The Bible is our greatest monument from the past Ira M Price Do thy part with industry and leave the event with Some flowers and herbs that grow very low are of a very fragrant smell and healthful Leighton You need a change I have seen for some weeks that you are falling Mind It Is our best work He wants not the dregs of our exhaustion Macdonald Depend npt on another rather lean upon thyself trust to thine own exer lIons subjection to anothers gives pain true happiness consists in self reliance Manu Wish to be a child of God and then sunshine and frost and friends and enemies antI youth and age and busi ness and pleasures and all things will help to make you Euthanasy The only humility that is really ours is not that which we try to show God In prayer but that which we carry with us and carry out in our Murray Selfdenial Is the first lesson to be learned in Christs school and poverty of spirit entitled to the first beatitude The foundation of all other graces is laid In humility Those who would build high must begin low Matthew Henry In the Time of Trouble It is in the time of trouble when some to whom we may have looked for and encouragement regard us with coldness and others perhaps treat us with hostility that the warmth of the friendly heart and the support of the friendly hand acquire increased value and demand additional gratitude Bishop Mant No Profanity Even at Home The town of Torquay England has adopted a bylaw to prohibit people from using bad language even in their own houses Plans to Get Rich Are often frustrated by sudden break down due constipation Brace up and take Dr Kinrs New Life Pills They take out the mater lals which are closing your energies and give you a new start Cure bead ache and dizziness too At R E Roberts drug store 25c guraanteed 1m nnnnFAITH responsibility Ii II r t J IngCharles J GodFeltham useRobert J will before ordinary conductAndrew consolation to dyspepsia or difference necessary tlc HE SECRET OF SUCCESS I No Sir You cannot off any substitute on me Ivebeen using August Flowersince I was a boy and Ill have no other million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone since its introduction And the demand for it is still growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it prove that August Flower has had success the cure of indigestion and the August Flower is a sure specific for all and intestinal that it is the best of all liver regulators August Flower has a record of over 35 in the of these distressing complaints s JTwo sizes 250 750 All For ale by R E ITIcIlobcrl MANSE Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been with relatives here Mrs Edward Harden has been visit ing her sister Mrs Jake White in Lincoln county The Teachers Association at Car tersville has been postponed till the 4th Saturday in October It will be held at Carters interest ing program will be arranged for the forenoon Every body cordially invi ted to come and bring a basket of dinner Astonishing Incident It was to all her friends an aston ishing incident that Mrs 1 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 FAVORITE PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell at public sale to highest bidder my stock crop and farming implement on THURSDAY 1905 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 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 1 carriage about 350 bbls of corn and about 50 tons of baled Woods Walker will also offer for sale at same time 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 Louisville Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NOHTJI BOUND No 10 504 A M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cincin nati Lexington Frankfort Shelby ville Louisville Mt Sterling and Ash landNo 30 244 r M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cynthiana Lexing ton Frankfort Shelby ville and Louis yule SOUTH BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt Ver non Livingston Corbin Middesboro Norton Jellico and Knoxville No 29 153 P M for Stanford Junction City Lebanon Greensburg Louisville Elizabethtown and Bow 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 AshlandTrain 30 makes direct at Winchester 438 P M with for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct at Rowland 1230 P M for all points south to Norton Va and Knox yule 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 I happinessqDoes millions Chapelan stomach astonishment R Oct hoes hayMr j connection C 0 I I FOR WEAK WOMEN connection m fZryrt 6rf O atf1 0lI Ask for bb3 1935 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster KT f IcLASSEs HOWE TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar man nero so as to give a clearer field vision any other and a sense of freedom and comfort to the wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be only by those who have tried them They question the most scientifi constructed glasses thpthavc over been made and when BIFOCALS near and combined of any other form of Bifocal Glasses by them and their authorized agents under a that If not satisfaction in every way they maybe returned and the money paid for them refunded If you have any trouble with your eyes or I have not given you ported com fort and satisfaction to us about TORICOID GLASSESmentionlng Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY of ape are lIhout singlelens byT this paper TJ 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED u Annually to tilt the new positions created by and Telejjraph want YOUNG MEN and LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators and rica Our six are Schools in the world years and endorsed by nil leading We execute a 250 Bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from 10 to fiO n month in States east of the Rocky Mountains or from 75 to 100 month in States west of the Rockies immediately upon graduationStudents can enter at any time No For full particulars any of our Schools to our executive ollice at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scoool of Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo X Y Atlanta Oa LaCrosseWIs 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 fullest extent of law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice We Station the largest exclusive a vacations Texarkana Tex San Fraco Gill ltatiroui tithe A J Tompson R G Pettus J L Hutch ins WmColdiron Jas R Henry II C Miller WR Cook WA Wheeler J II Rigsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rigsby W S Ferguson W L Mrs P D Gill La wson 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents forSubscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share profits of this prosperous year with subscribers It proposes to give twenty Christmas presents rangin from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general of 100 and and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given the states of Kentucky Indiana 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 IHjroiuel Guaranteed to cure by II E or Money Iteluuded The popularity and increase in the sale of Hyomei are unique in the annals of medicine Such astonish ing cures have been made by this remedy that the proprietors have au ihorized R E McRoberts to sell every package of Ilyomei 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 or gans enriches and purities the blood with additional 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 of all remedies advertised fpr the cure of catarrh and is the only one that follows Nature in her 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 homcseekers rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately one fare plus 2 for the roundtrip The new rates are about 75 per cent of the regular one way rate for the round trip and tickets carry the same limit and 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 Nvoember and December tf presents 5030 20 ca- tarrhal economical methods th it awa iiI 4 4 5 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT100 bottle contains tlmestha trial rlze which sells for SO ritEfAKSD OMLV AT THZ LABORATORY or E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL r1 t t f i f i sfiar ji Urt The 2 t L4 cents Heals Burns and Cuts Without leaving ugly scars A Louisville Chemist has succeeded in perfecting a remedy which will be greatly every mother and owing to the peculiar and quick manner vhich it heals burns cuts and bruises This new product is Paracaniph First Aid to the When applied to a burn the pain stops in from one to two minutes the wound heals without ugly blemishes and scars When applied to a cut it stops the bleeding very and the tLc bottom without drying and scabbing The principle of is con tact It goes straight to the interior cells soothing nourishing the injured nerves Many persons go through dis figured ugly scars blemishes from bums and cuts The conditions however have been changed since Iarscamph is furnished to the public at a reason able new remedy is a house and mothers will find it useful than vaseline witch hazel arnica old salves and liniments Every family should keep Paracamph tlic home all the Druggists all over the country arc putting in stock and your not handle it ask him to get it for If however he wont do this order direct from the manu facturers Paracaniph is sold only in 25c 50c and 100 bottles Manufactured by The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky vcr holdnecessity you C C J E Stormes housekeeper The best varieties of second crop and 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 Sctste IIFor Late Planting I 36 u 1s czwA iJesse DiWearen Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the 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 and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel WHO FILLS YOUR X This branch of our busi ness is at all tunes in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc XOO0OO0OC XXX I represented I I PhYS iCdnS IX I I bet WSFISH Paint1iCkKy1 patronage OOO ooXXooX PESCfflPTIONSI Prescriptions CURES Coughs and Golds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Foleya Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and the lungs and prevents serious re suIts from a cold j There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble if Folcys Honey and Tar is taken as it will cure the most stub born dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develop into pneumonia over night i If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Foleys Honey and Tar wilt cure you quickly and strengthen your lungs Remember tb name Foleys Honay and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costs you the same when you can get Forays Honey and Tar that costs you no moro and is safe and certain m results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said Ho Had Consumption j E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight years ago I had a veiy severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they afterwards poncunced consumption Through a friend I was induced to try a sample ol Foleys Honey and Tar which gave tao so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my threat or lungs since that time Three sizes 2Sc 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC IE Stoiiues That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is us a trial bundle We will call for vour work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Millinery has an elaborate line of KSJ distinctive i 1HEADWEAR K2 6g- vg direct from the aj Cx Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is y 5 see new p 1 SALLIE D fILLET I HONEY and TAR Consumption strengthens coughsthe i E I LaundryIf ZVrr Iff Y1i rrWfrIS l I I Miss Sallie Tillet l 1 ando rJJljJl LETS H I 1Q Inside Information Recard Readers Chanca for Ought to Grasp this ProfitEveryone 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 tablets They are not a mere temporary relief but are composed of valuable medicinal gents which strengthen the organs and cure and prevent stomach troubles When there are pains or distress after eating head aches belching of digest- Ive gases a sour taste in the month diz ziness heart burn specks before theeyes furred tougue sleeplessness nervousness or back ache the stom ach 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 outof 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 Ml o na This valuable remedy costs you nothing unless it restores health perfecthealth