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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l SLXTEENTU YEAR Have your Guttering REPAIRED do first class work at reasonable Dont Put It Off J R HaseSden Who will get the marked down 500 per day until first offer at Price as below gets board on in our window Cheap at 3500 I Roofing and 1 Ve I Jr I Sk1eboi rd I Today I I II rates exhibition 00 ara 31003t 11 uo 50 JOnw 35 ai 0 ro 5D- SO 0- 1til M 00 priced Mtoday I J I 00 200r 00 25 50 50 Ioo t8 I lo I 2504ti 1 00- to 22 2 I Hamilton j Successors loJA Beazley 4 I j A Beazley Undertaker ltin Cot 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 rtUSE ARKSM aS STIXI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Wear Best Salesman boo E C BOGUS WmHerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS FARIS CINCINNATI r I I L R C I I I ssea uasaaaaaaoaarr x- Iii r rir cils w- i Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville at t H P Hillenmeyer Son 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 Fr LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 1905 CENTRAL RECORD9flHE loco Notes Read Moore Oflutts notice of lot sales at Corbin on November 1 pub lished in this issue The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs J R Haselden next Saturday afternoon Farm Sold Mr E P Jones sold his farm of 135 acres near the Water Works plant to Dishon Brothers at 70 per acre Cattle Sales Mr J E Bruce of Stanford reports S T Harris sold Joe Bales G8 cattle at 475 and a Clark county man bought two loads extra feeding cattle at 4 The Presbyterian Missionary Society and Christian Endeavor will have a Bazaar consisting of fancy and home made candy on December Out of wagon on Richmond pike of white lead Finder deliver to E C McWborter Lancaster or Paint Lick and get re ward The Odd Fellows gave the four de grew to three men from Paint Lick on Monday night A large crowd at tended Refreshments were served at a late hour by R Zimmer Come in if you want the best work Go to the best place to get your razors honed or shears sharpened We have titled up our shop new from bottom to top Henry Duncan tf Pumpkins Mr D D Geiger raised 00 large pump kins on two vines in his garden of less than a quarter of an acre and says that if he had cared for the vines he could have raised 2000 Next Farmers Attention The impression is out that I cant write farm property which is a mis take Call at my olllce at National Bank and get my figures before J II Kinnaird Prof J S Robertsof AtlantaGawill begin his dancing school at this place tonight Mr Sweeney is converting his hall into a dancing hall and will be made a desirable place which will be used by Mr Roberts while he is here Ten Miles of Turnpike In giving the amount expended in building new turnpikes by the Fiscal court in its report last Issue we neg lected to say that 10 miles were built which shows economy considering the work and the amount expended Editor About Well Editor Louis Landram who has been in Dr Elkins sanitarium at Atlanta Ga for more than live weeks past has about recovered and will return to his post of duty in this office in a few days He has been suffering from a crippled let which was hurt a few months ago and which has caused un told pain Mr Landram will probably reach home this week Florida Trip at Small Cost Dan M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles will conduct a ten days Florida tour leaving Cincinnati and Louisville via Q C and Southern Ry Tuesday Nov 14 Jacksonville St Augustine Indian River Palm Beach Miami and trip up St Johns River 44 50 pays all expenses ten days trip Six days tour 3750 Write Dan M Bowmar Versailles Ky Liberal Gift Dr W G Logan of Kansas City Mo a native of Lincoln county Ky has given to the church extension fundof the Christian church real estate val ued at 70000 the income on same 7500 He will be remembered by many old citizens having been born on the old Boone farm We areindebt ed to Mr A C Robinson for this infor mation Court Day A large crowd was in town The will of John W Dunn leaving his property to his children was probated Capt Am Bourne reports several sales of mules at 75 to 175 plug horses at 35 to 50 good horses 100 to 150 W S Embry sold a mule at Henry Cox sold 500 bbls of corn to Sweeney Morgan at 150 in the heap About 40 cattle sold at 3c to 3ic Golden Wedding Invitations have been issued to the Golden Wedding of Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt on Wednesday November Many friends and relatives will attend and congratulate them over the happy union of half a centuryat the same time wishing them many years yet be fore their departure for the Golden City which they will reach because of the consistent Christian life they have lived Owing to business matters over which I have no control and as my is not a machine candidate and believing it to be to the best interest of the other nominees I have conclud ed that it is proper that I should not make the race for County attorney and I have authorized the County Clerk to leave my name off the ballot my gratitude thanks to the Republican party and to my friends who have so generously tendered me the nomination I am Yours for success 1 John T Johnston Bazaar Lost near Iliattsville 2 renewing 150 Card a opponent and C articles kegs S being Expressing Candidates Mr R L Hubble Democratic for State Senator and Mr Adam Carpenter Prohibition candidate for olllce have been mixing with people The Republicans nomina Mr Hood Worthington of Boyle last Saturday We shall see how the doctrine of the eleventh hour man works in politics Mysterious Sentence Certain irresponsible parties have been alleging for some time thatThur mon Oakley has no uvula but that the report is false was proven quite conclusively yesterday afternoon by Mr Oakley himself who while in front of Hugh Logans clothing store opened wide his mouth in a pro digious yawn thereby exposing his uvula briefly but fully to several who happened to be looking in his direction at that precise moment A Good Opportunity- Be able to fill good positions by tak ing advantage of a thorough business course Short hand actual Spelling Punctuation Business Letters touch system Drilling to write from dictation Book keeping upto date system in forms of business including rapid calculation and letters School of business Au dress or see Miss Dove Harris Dan vine Ky Several have asked Miss Harris to come here and give some lessons and we hope that she will do so Compulsory Education Attention is called to Section 4521 Chapter 113 of the Common SchoOl Law entitled Compulsory Educa lion which requires that all children between the ages of seven and four teen years shall attend the common school of their district not less than eight consecutive weeks during each year unless excused for certain rea sons mentioned in the law A not less than nor more than 20 for the first offence and not less than 10 nor more than 50 for the second offense is the penalty inflicted against the parent or guardian for failure to comply with this section A similar penalty is also provided for the trus tees who fail to perform their duties in this regard Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educated many young men and women for usefulness independence and the greatest success 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 tine 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 instruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main street or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Farris Law The following taken from an giving the provisions of the Farns Blind Tiger law is published by request bill makes it for any person to sell lend give procure for or furnish to another in a local option district any liquor and any person so offending shall be fined not less than 50 nor more than 8100 and imprisoned not less than ten days The possession of a United States special stamp tax shall be prima facie evidence of guilt All of liquor to be paid for COD into any local option district shall be deemed sales of such liquor at the place where the money is paid and the goods delivered the carrier of same to be jointly liable Any one knowingly furnishing a house or room wagon or other conveyance for such unlawful sale shall be fined not less than 60 nor more than 100 The bill reduces the amount of fines so as to give courts jurisdiction of all local option cases Prof is the patentee of a water filter which is attracting much attention and has many advantages over others The filter is really double The outside vessel which the filter proper is made to fasten to a wall or pump and can be placed in side or outside of the cistern or tank containing the water The filter prop er is placed inside this outside cover and Its essential parts consist of a re ceiving vessel which prevents all leaves and coarser matter from pass ing into the filter material a filtera tion basket two elevating pipes for settling the water and two siphon tubes fordralning the entire machine This is so constructed that not only all parts of it can be easily removed for cleansing and refilling but that it so nearly that all danger from freezing and rust is practically removed In mechanical arrange ment the machine is apparently as nearly perfect as such a vessel can be Card After consultation with my republi can friends I have concluded that it is to the best interest of our ticket that I should not continue in the race for county clerk but that all of the energies of all the people be used In electing other nominees Thanking my friends for their interest in my canvass and assuring them of my I decline to make the race Joe Francis S nominee lour experience type writing various penmanship business penalty- of 5 exchange unlawful shipments Patent J E Mannix contains self draining standing pedestrians The inferior appreciation Jake Joseph has rented through J Fleece Robinson the large brick store room formerly occupied by K F Postle corner Stanford avenue and Public Square Dakota Products Mr William Gregory handed us the following clipped from the Ilaelton N D Republican A sugar beet weighing Hi pounds and a turnip weighing 8f pounds are on exhibition at L H Briggles land ofllce the for mer raised by Ed Easton and the lat ter by Geo Corbin both of the Livona Glencoe neighborhood These are but a fair sample of what can be raised on the fertile river flats 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 will 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 Sheep The following clipped from Busi ness will interest the worlds supply of sheep is rapidly di minishing In ten years there has been a decrease of nearly 72000000 or pretty close to one seventh of all the flocks of the earth It appears that the higher the civilization the fewer the sheep Great grazing lands from the extreme end of South America to the plains of once immense flocks of sheep being turned over to agriculture More Candidates Monday was the last day for filing petitions to get on the ballots for the November election and the following candidates will be placed on the bal lot in addition to those already pub lished Jesse B Parks Prohibition candidate for representative Jno San ders for Magistrate in this district and G M Siler for constable Two peti tions were filed for Board of City coun cil but one will not appear on the on account of some irregularity in it The other will be on the ballot as the Protection Ticket The candi dates C Hemphill W B Burton D D Geiger J R Mount and John A StoneThere are three candidates for Po lice Judge D Armstrong G B Swidebroad and A T Anderson It looks like city politics will be rather lively fora few days Democratic Revival lion James B McCreary who is a great favorite among the people of Garrard county spoke at the last Monday afternoon He was presented by Mr R L Davidson in a nice talk and at the beginning he ex pressed his appreciation of the fact that Garrard has gone for him in every race he has made He favored party organization and appealed to demo crats to support the nominees all along the line as the only means of perpetuating this organization A tribute was paid to all the democratic nominees for county offices including Mr Hubble the nominee for State Sen ator He vouched for their honesty integrity and ability and predicted their election by a large majority He referred to an increase in taxa tion an issue of 500000 of bonds soldiers at Louisville and the State House and the assassination of Goebel all as being under republican State administration Referring to the National admini stration he said that the last Congress was a failure because they were afraid of corporations and that the republi cans claimed to be the cause of all the prosperity resulting from good crops but would not claim the authorship of the wave of reform because were indicted at Washington and else where were nearly all republicans He showed the pernicious efforts of Pro tective Tariff and Trusts His speech was well received FLATWOOD W H Furr sold a cow to Luther Mc Querry for 25 Mrs W H Furr visited her uncle G H Patten at Crab Orchard last week Mr G W Spangler of Crab Orchard spent Saturday night and Sunday at FlatwoodThose present at the Bennett sale report fair sales and good prices The family are going to Oklahoma Rev A J Merrell has sold his farm to W H Fnrr for and is going to move to Berea soon We regret to lose so good a man from our communi W B Bennett sold his farm to Green Morgan for 39 per acre At the same time and place J C Fox sold his farm to a Clay county man at per acreBill Paynes floe milk cow ate which some parties left on the road where they had been using it and died in a very short time we dont know whether the cow was mistaken in selecting her food or whether she had suicidal tendencies We expect to hear of cows smoking clgaretts Lecture farmerThe Russia which pastured are areJ W C I I courthouse wore h thosewho Territory 300 ty 55 soon gradually ballot dynamite NUMBER 30 i Get in the Habit of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co wn r sF 1 iir r BUSY BEE GraphophoneABSOLUTELY One In Each Home A Gift to Our PATRONS I Heres Our Offer Which is the greatest ever made in the history of trade With every pur chase we give a coupon slowing amount and when you have purchased of us 2000 worth of goods we give you Absolutely Free a Busy Bee Graphophone Also with each additional 500goods you buy of us we give you FREE one of the celebrated Busy Bee Gold Moulded Records noted for fullness of tone and sweetness of music Lowest Prices On Our Full Line Of Dry Goods Cloaks Furs and Shoes- We are recognized as the greatest value on high grade Dry Goods Cloaks Furs and Shoes in this section of the State and in this great pre mium offer we guarantee to maintain our reputation in this respect We advertise what we do and do what we advertise Come in and see for yourself what a little money will do at our store for you and the children THE ercantileC O M P A 1ST Y II Iworthof e II Joseph irt A 7rJ t t k givers Every thing and Fall and Winter GOODS Arriving daily at H T LOGANS Uptodatein ww rr4 w- I WAKTTEB Corn Hay Oats Wheat Hemp Seed Etc Would appreciate your orders for Millet Glover Timothy Hay Straw also for Chop Brand Chicken Feed Etc Bollards Obelisk Flour All kinds of Field Seeds GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Tin Shop St We invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering and all kind of Repairing j j Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing low prices for a short time 3- n This is your opportunity your patronage solicited 3 E Conn Bros I E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick WII I WWBWJI UJ V1IlJ9 I I I IIPJ n AWPWOW OW w rrrmrtr rrrrmrtrrrnrnrnrr I a Roofing E I is tn rr Jes P rr r r 141111U11U111111I1U1111111JI1111JIIJIIII1JIlIlU11 I1JI1JI1J11111111111 1 II INCORPORATED j s 1 Statmt condition June 30 1905 KKSOVKCKS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts B1 DO Due from banks 1221517 Hunting Uousc and Lot 1500 W Mortgages 10fS7 00 Cash 4W1 13 Furniture and L iuri o- uLIAUILITICS Capital Stock f X M Individual Deposits 8JSOO 2ti 10303 GO 73489 10 0lJ 1000 00 Fixtures CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 f I DIRECTORS I M COY KGGUYN J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS i W C FISH I III Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII I oBOWLING GREEN KYI BowlingGreen National School of ranhv l I Tele Sustains Teachers Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Ky Scientific Classic Law Commercial and Courses s uJ MENTION Address of CENTRAL RECORD Jttiued Weekly 106 J l LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association mid tfIJIc per Mail 41 Lancaster Ky October 27 1905 President Roosevelts thrust at the civil service rules is heartily approved by many who oppose the rules on the ground that they tend to create a lire tenure of oflice and prevent many who are competent from securing a position in the service which is to the well established doctrine of rotation in ofllce The President has announced that a Cabinet officer will have the power to remove and without hearing any civil service employe in his department who to the personal knowledge of the head of the department has been guilty of misconduct or who is lent This makes the head man tbe sole judge and gives him absolute power to discharge all but his The Presidents visit to the South will have much to do toward wiping out purely sectional lines and the spirit of prejudice which has had so much to do toward retarding the growth of certain sections His announcement that he is not for any particular part of the nation but that he is an American citizen is approved by every patriot in the country Andrew Carnegie in an address ex pressed a hope that universal peace would soon prevail and asserted that even three nations banded together in a league of peace could banish all is time that Christian nations liv ing in the light of the King of Peace should take steps in this direction and elmilnate this cruel barba risen MANSE Mr Towles Walker and family have returned home from the West Mrs Elizabeth Denny has returned home after a visit to relatives here Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford spent last week with the Misses ginsMr Otly Burke and wife of Kirks ville visited Mrs Joe McCormack this weekLittle Lucile Ramsey has been suff ering from an attack of sore throat but has about recovered Mr Arch McKinney and wife of Louisville have been spending several days with Mr William lloystons Mrs Gaines Henderson has been to the bedside of her mother who is very ill at her home near ville Mr Starling Davis and family have moved to his farm near Lowell Mr McWhorter moved to the house by Mr Davis Boyle Doty and Will Leayell were very successful while out hunting wild geese last week Bugle killed three and Will killed two They are smiling yetThe Teachers Association will meet at Carters Chapel next A program will be arranged for the forenoon and a chestnut hunt for afternoon B r is contrary summarily favorites destroying rallc of r family called vacated Saturday the I Inc 01 aw- It ill Hyatt g m VEHICLESBuggies Surries Driving Wagons Etc are not only the BEST but the Handsomest built Get our prices Romans Elmore j i KOUKNB IJ J Hntiier sold a horse to Joel Mursee for 82500 Mrs Isaiah Jackson who has teen ser iously ill is reported some better Mr Joe C Turner ed a to his dwelling Little Miss Jessie Nave of Flat woods is with he grandmother Mrs Allen Ray Mr Noah Marsee and daughter Miss Annie were with relatives here Satur day and Sunday Dr and Mrs J H Durham and chit dren Bryantsville were visitors to Mr J Sunday Mr and Mrs John Benge were made happy over the arrival of twins at their home last Sunday Miss Rovesta Lee Turner accompani ed by Mr George Ray of Buckeye was visiting home folks Sunday Mr Allen Ray and wife were visiting their daughter Mrs Leonard Nave near Flatwoods Friday and Saturday Mrs J D Pope and Miss Bertha Turner of Hvattsville were guests of Mr Jeo C Turner and wife Sunday The singing school at this place con ducted by Mr Jim Johnson is progress ing nicely Mr Johnson is one of the best teacher to be found Mr behind the counters of Morford Dunnsstore He is one of the most courteous clerks around So give him a call Miss Lucll Marsee has resumed her school duties again which were sus pended on account of the serious ill ness of her brother Grant whom we are glad to say is much improved HYATTSV1LLE Miss Gallic Arnold is visiting in Paris Mi Alex Gibbs sold a bunch of cattle for 4 CO per 100 lbs Mrs John Hurt has gone to Indian spoils to visit relatives Mr Morris Mahan of Williamsburg was here a few days last week Miss Virginia Goodloe is visiting in Washington county this week Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton visited home folks recently Miss Ida Ray of McCreary visited Carrie Sanders Saturday and Sun day Mr John Tribble has been called to the bed side of his mother at Mrs Will Simpson of Teatersville was the guest of Mrs John Hurt last week Mr Luther Gibbs wife and Elizabeth visited in Lexington last week Mr Jess Sanders and wife of Judson were the guests of Mr John B Sanders aud family Miss Catherine Arnold has gone to Louisville to accept a position in Gray Street Infirmary Mr Ballou of Williamsburg ha moved to the farm just vacated by Mr McWhorter of this place Brother Tinder of Lancaster will hold a protracted meeting at West Point about November 1 Mr Frank II Pierce returned to KirksvilleSunday after a visit to home folks He is attending school at that place Miss Wingate of Harrodsburg and Miss West of Louisville have been the pleasant guests of Miss Virginia Goodloe Misses Willye and Bessie Pierce ac companied by Messrs Arthur Mahan and Frazier Hurt were the pleasant visitors of MissesHelen and Agness MAKKSUUKY Born to the wife of Price Bourne a girlMr Fount Huffman and wife are vis Ming their daughter Mrs Smith Ur tonD S Swope sold 2 calves to Mr Pence for 33 of Rowland is spend log several days with friends in the Bryantsville vicinity Mr and Mrs Vic Rice of were with the home folk a few days last week Rev Brisco held services at the Hill school house on last Sunday evening Swope of Middlesburgh relatives here the latter part of last weekJohn Swope who has been in Mo for the past four years is back home again The Christian Endeavor Society will give a Halloween Party at the residence of Mr Bud Dunn on the eve ning of the 31st price of admission 15cts Uncle Billy Royston after an ex tended visit to his son Mr John and daughter Mrs Ray of has returned to his home in Bur leston Texas Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J HSimmons 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 tearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried every thing but nothing would relieve ltuntil I took DrKlngs New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneumonia E McRoberts drugglstjiguaran eed 50c and 1 Trial bottle free 1m hasaboutcomplet new addition P Hamms n Richmond daughter SundayI Mrs Ollie Tapp Pleasant B R visited Trenton Roy- ston Buckeye 1 1u GRains McCrea AtE rye I I i l 0 i BELIEVE IN GOD doubting child Dear one weighed down with care Bo reconciled For Jesus answers prayer When sorrows come And when temptations near Go thou and pray Through prayer comes Christs good cheer Fear not lifes woes God Is a Father kind How tenderly LeZiiUiL He leaduth homo the blind i iIf t Is not now i But In the coming years i Faint not believe God wipes away your tears Some time twill come Thu answer longed for most Be brave dear child Stand firmly at your post Maple Louise Dann In Christian Herald OUR FATHERS LOVE It Is Towards Us Even When We Are Weak and Get Deep Into Sin A Comforting Thought I want to know that my Lord loves me whatever I do that He is my friend always never my enemy that when I am tempted and forgetting to stand in His strength I fall I want to be sure that He is not angry nor turns from me I want to know that the sunshine of His love is over me and then repentant for my sin will turn to that more than mother love stronger to conquer the next temptation But I was told that I must walk uprightly always to keep His love that if I sin He turns from me How can I come back to Him if His love is cold and I am not still His child I have not that power within myself Without His loving influence drawing me I must forever stand away from Him helpless to lice to His arms I am told that His promises are the perfect Who is perfect 0 Lord Not one Then no one receives what He promises He is not a God to be cajoled and coerced He that we are but dust I love those words But dust That is what I am But dust What is more unstable and weak than dust and He remembers that it is what we are Of itself it has no tody no strength nothing and alone it must fall Remembering that He forgives and loves to the uttermost even as we fall like the dust Then too could not love Him if He did not love me first My love for Him is His own love reflected back to Himself Herein is love not that we loved God but that He loved us and sent His Son to be a propitiation for our sins He loved me before I knew what love meant and that love is the same yesterday today and forever I thank Him deed that no matter stow far away I stray His love is unchangeable toward Ireland Ward in Christian Work I FITLY SPOKEN A mastered will is a conquered life No man is free who has an evil unconquered An empty head is Satans and an idle hand his ready in strumentIf cannot see the tower in the foundation keep away Come back and build some other day The poorest of all standards with which to measure either time or eter nity is a yardstick of gold We are living epistles known and read but who knows what the Great Teacher thinks as He reads We may go through life in an auto mobile but the great chauffeur Death will bear us to the grave in a funeral car Gracefulness of speech and the pas sion of delivery can never take the place of thoughtful study of the Word of God There is one place where all the na tions of the earth may find refuge and that is beneath the banner of the Prince of Peace The world has little information for the man who asks no questions but volumes for him who meets you with interrogationLet will investigate the processes of nature the processes of grace will be found the most helpful and worthy of exploration Some people are very much disturbed over eternal punishment yet if they would seek Christ and His righteous ness the subject would not distress them United Presbyterian Why Counterfeited- Did you ever see a counterfeit ten dollar bill YesWhy was it counterfeited Because it was worth counterfeit ing Was the tendollar bill to blame NoDid you ever see a scrap of brown paper counterfeited NoWhy not Because It isnot worth counterfeit Ing Did you ever see a counterfeit Christian Yes lots of them Why was he counterfeited Because he was worth counterfeit ing Was he to blame for being counter feited No Bethany Tidings Using the Tin Cans The tin cans which were saved last winter will come handy now there is a barrelful of them they not come amiss Punch holes in the bottom then set one by the side of each tomato eggplant or pepper I When the weather becomes dry these cans are filled with water which soaks down gradually and reaches the as wanted If some kind of far tilizer is put in the cans so much the better By this the water Is applied it does the most good the and about the roots Farmers Review Jji remembers I I In meJohn de- Sire 1 1 upI I I I means I j always for opportunity roots where beneath surface I i School Books now have a com plete stock of all the New Adoptions OF School Books We sell them only for CASH at slate con tract prices Old hooks exchanged MCROBERTS Lancaster l y p M I bVe 2 2 I X I i 2 XI R E COOCOOC OOoo irtiy LEWIS Y LKAVKM PresidentE JJ WAIKKI Vice Prest P r J j r U ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTJiK KY CAPITAL 150000 SCKPLUS Jro8 B F HUDSON Cashier W O KIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTUUS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass I n mfrlJtBli1Jrn umrtUrn Uj III Ir F t r Stormes Drug day Paint Store fi 1 Public Sale of Shorthorn At Wildwood Stock Farm 3 miles from Harrodsburg on the Lexington pike Thursday November 9 705 1 will sell about 50 head of cows and heifers 35 of which are registered They are all reds most of them dehorned all old enough are bred to calve next spring They are in tine condition have not been over fed They TERMS OF SALE All sums under 25 cash 25 and up 0 months time with bankable note bearing 6 per cent interest Sale begins at 10 am GLAVE GODDARD Long Dis Phone 42m HARRODSBURG KY Sam W Kidd Auctioneer The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly Pub lished at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of The Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance t- oW P WALTON Mgr buythem 1 shorthorns I I s 1 I- is 1s 1- i 4i how NOVEMBER 27 1905 LOOQ in Best 20 ears corn n 11 6orti I I GOLD r People 5 to 1 st 3 to 2nd 2 to 3rd A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Arc In Mr Charles Ball of Corbin was here MondayMiss Edith Morrow is visiting in LexingtonDr Faris is in Louisville for several days Miss Fannie Dotv is in Louisville with friends Judge 11 C Warren of Stanford was here Monday Mr Marrs of Richmond has been visiting here Mr and Mrs G A McKoberts are here with relatives Mr Sam Walter went to Frankfort on business last Monday Homer Tinsley of Texas is visiting his parents for a short time Mr W McCl land Johnston has been to St Louis on business Mrs W II Stuart of Owensboro has been with Denny Col L F Hubble was here mixing with old friends on Saturday Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford was with friends here Saturday A Siler and son A B are quests of Mr and M Siler Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been visiting Miss Katie Simpson Mrs W A Beazley is in Louisville vis iting her son Mr William Beazley Miss Martha Tillett has returned from a visit to Mrs Eliza Engleman Misses Jennie Georgia Dunn were here shopping Saturday Mr E C Walton was here Monday in the interest of the Interior Journal The Saturdays Courier Journal a pretty picture of the little daughter of Dr and Mrs II M Grant Mattie G Mrs G and contained John Mrs Mrs Higgins All corn must be entered by Sat Nov 25 at 6 PM I I a 1ii 4 tom Gossip About winner in sweep stake ring at Garrard county fair Dr A S Trice of Stanford visited his mother Mrs Harriet Price Sun daMiss Jennie Burnside of Bryants vilie has been visiting Miss Lena Rlg neyMr R B Elkin of Middlesboro is visiting his parents MrT S Elkin and wife Misses Altie Marksbury and Frankie Kauirman were visitors in Danville Friday Miss Elizabeth Hoover of Nicholas ville visited Miss Margaret Mount SundayMiss Mae Lear has been visit lug her cousin Miss Bessie Gulley of McCrearyMiss Harris has returned from a delightful visit to relatives in LouisvilleMrs Joseph and son Adolph are visiting Mrs Charles Davis at Le banon Junction Miss Gallic Adams of Richmond visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Sunday A handsome picture of Miss Bess Marksbury appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Mrs W S Bcazley and little son Wil liam left Saturday for their home in Los Angeles Cal Mr Arch McKinnev and wife of Louisville have been visiting the fam ily of Mr II M Ballou Mr Ashbrook Frank and sister Miss Mae Hughes Frank of Louisville were visitors here Friday Mr Jesse D Wearen has located here and his otlice for writing fire insur auce is at the Gaines Hotel Mr Joe F Waters formerly editor of the Lincoln Democrat was here Monday looking after some real estate deals Mesdames J C Hemphill and W J Romans spent a few days with their daughters who are at school in Rich mond Mr and Mrs Jesse Arnold Mr Louis u I I MILLINERYI FALL uwaw wwr+ My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I prices You are cordially invited IIIW Y Y I TOVECIIIII 17 Is BEfifiI BI OLIIDDZ www r You will save both money and coal by buying one of our STOVES Come and see the best and all the lat est patterns in Stoves HASELDENand ROBINSON I 1 Hurnslde Misses Bertha Burnside and Pearl Bettis were visitors In Crab Or chard Sunday Mr William Wherrltt and family of New Orleans is expected this week for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt Misses Bertha Horetzky Allie and Mary Arnold were visitors in Stanford Saturday and attended Rip Van Win kle at the opera house Miss Nell Johnston will return this week from a visit to her sister Mrs Wm Patterson of Oraville Cal and Mrs Percy Noland of Seattle Wash Mrs W C McFailand who has been spending a month with her sister Mrs R A Burnside left Wednesday for a few days visit to Lexington before go ing to her home in New York Bowling Green cor Courier Journal Miss Hallic Cartwright entertained Monday evening with a party ao Iron Bridge for Miss Althea Simmons of Chicago and Dr A J McNees of Lan caster Ky Mr R M Collier who has had charge of the Pilgrimage Distillery for some timeand who made many friends while here has returned to Cynthiana to take charge of a large house Mr T E Waterfill of Anderson county will take his place here Lancaster friends have received the following invitation Mr and Mrs Jas II Bassett requests the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Theodora to Clarence Brad en Wednesday evening November eighth at nine oclock Fourth M E Church Louisville Ky One of the merriest occasions of the season was an informal party given by Miss Louise Farris Friday evening in honor of Miss Bertha Horetzky of Hustin Texas The parlors were dec orated with ferns and flowers Miss Farris is an admirable hostess and a delightful evening was enjoyed The wedding on Wednesday of Miss Mary Burnside and Mr Brent Metcalf of Nashville Kansas was a handsome affair at the brides parents on Dan ville avenue The ceremony took place at the upper end of the parlor which had been fashioned into a complete bower made of asparagus ferns and showers of smilax intermingled with fragrant white blossoms The stair way was festooned with smilax and white flowers The ceremony was per formed by Eld F M Tinder The wed ding march was beautifully pi iyed by by Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington cousin of the bride Miss Bertha Burnside made an attractive maid of honor in a white silk gown Mr Harry Metcalf of Danville brother of the groom was best man The other at tendants were Miss Evelyn Metcalf who wore white silk and Mr Woodie Burnside The bride is handsome has a very expressive face and was lovely in a blue broadcloth going away gown with hat and gloves to match She is a daughter of Judge and Mrs R A Burnside and is an attractive and young lady with many beautiful qualities of character The groom business man and both have troops of friends Relatives and closest friends witnessed the cerc mony The gifts were numerous and handsome The out of town guests were Misses Eastland of Danville Mr and Mrs Metcalf of Lexington and Mrs W C McFarland of New York BUCKEYE Mr Jake Robinson was here last week bvying cattle Mr Webb Kaney of McCreary was a visitor at Mr Mal Carters Sunday- T 0 Hill bought of L F Brown a nice three year old horse for 150 00 Mr J N Teater and wife were guests of Mr and Mrs James Witte Saturday Mr aud Mrs Soper of Lancaster were guests of her sister Miss Ina Gulley Ramsey of Bee Lick has returned home after several weeks visit to friends here Mr and Mrs J N Dickerson and son Ed were visiting Mr T A Royce and family at McCreary Sunday Miss Florence McMuitry of Poor Ridge was the pleasant visitor of Mrs W T Noel Saturday and Sunday Mr Walkar Bradshaw wife and hand some little son Kyle are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T W Bradshaw this week We are glad to say that Mr Robert Witte to be out again after confined to his room for several weeks of typhoid fever Mrs Ramsey said she enjoyed being with old friends here very much and how she enjoyed the good meeting at old Buckeye church MCCREARY We are pleased to note the return of our estimable editor to his post again Archie Dean Bradshaw sold to Lex ington parties one combined horse for 400A protracted meeting conducted by Bros Pike Smith has just closed at Freedom church with 15 additions We regret to lose one of our most competent teachers in the person of Mrs Arnold nee Mrs Gulley who will make Texas her future home after the close of her school here New Cure for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Buffleld Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m accomplished is a successful SundayMrs is able being Avenue that GARDEN HARVESTING NAVY BEANS The Best and Quickest Way of Han dling the for Drying Them The ripe bean may be pulled by hand cut by a bean harvesting machine which does the same thing It should be left in the rows a couple of days to wilt and dry and then poled This means the placing of the vine root end in around a stake driven firmly into the ground If it is desired to seed the field to wheat the vines may CropRack containingtw RACK FOR DRYING BEANS be removed to another field for the purpose of poling or stacking Poles have been such uncertain things under unfavorable conditions that for a number of years I have used an arrangement similar to the one shown in the cut says a writer in the Farm and Fireside This is very easily constructed at little or no ex pense Any sort of available poles or sticks may be used lashed together with pieces of twine or small wire The platform built ten inches or more from the ground permits a free cir culation of air underneath and so up through the pile and prevents the Lot tom layer from molding By arrang ing crosssticks as shown a cover may be placed over the top that will prevent rain entering the stack from above Beans cured in this way are very uniform and free from mold The poles may be kept from year to year and the platforms stored flav in piles or in buildings WASTED FERTILIZERS Materials Which Are Often Not Util ized Would Make Good Enrich ment for the Soil I think that we do not fully the very large amount of fertil izer that goes to waste in the common operation of the farm The great piles of old straw that used to be burned up contained a great amount of plant food and humus of which our farms are beginning to feel the need Even now I find it hard to convince some of my neighbors that they are making a mistake in permitting their marshes to be annually burned over writes an Iowa farmer in the Farm ers Review One of these marshes near me was this year covered with a growth of rank grass at least three feet high It was mowed and the grass permitted to lie in windrows till it became dry when it was set on fire That same grass could have been used in composts or at least as a mulch and have played a very important part in the work of the farm The sun beating down on the herb age takes out of it some of the ele ments that are most needed in the soil especially the nitrogen This Is continually disappearing and is not replaced by nature except after very long periods of time Every scrap of fertility that does not have to be sold off the farm should be retained on it It is bad enough to have to part with the fertility even when we are paid for it we certainly cannot afford to let it slip away from us without be ing paid for FARM NOTES The occasional changing of pastures make fat stock The good qualities of a horse do not all come from the sire Generally it will be best to ring the hogs before turning them on the clover pastureIn development of horses judg ment should be exercised as well as muscle Paint with any common paint the wounds made by cutting off the limbs of fruit trees It does not pay to feed out a steer that is not well shaped growthy and which does not take on flesh readily The spring lambs intended for mar ket should be fed all they will eat of nutritious food and be made large and fat before shipping Every item of expense must be cut down as low as possible if under pres ent conditions any profit is to be de rived from dairying The future feeding qualities of a sheep are shaped to a great extent the first month of the animals life and unless it is started right it will never make a good animal The water from the tubs on wash day Is a valuable fertilizer and rial better use can be made of it than to pour it around the newly planted trees and vines or to sprinkle it over the beds of Review Sheep Manure No farmer can afford to let any of the sheep manure go to waste as its fertilizing properties are of the very best Sheep manure will continue to enrich the ground and show in the crops for a dozen years Sheep ma nure is worth the price of a building to preserve Journal Have the Collar Fit The collar is a thing a horse must wear all day when at work Not only that he must pull against that collai all the time while doing his work ao it should fit the shoulders as perfectly u possible Farm Journal tO appreciate vegetablesFarmers itFarm i PAI iTS of all kinds for all r 1 x We guarantee to give you a better XZbTT1 fee lessthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I PA ONE III I a Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky the one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following is a partial list of what we have on hand at present No 7 126 acres 2 miles from Lan caster near pike good improvements well watered price 55 per acre No acres in good neighbor hood near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 81000 No 12 40 acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at or will sell the 76 acres together at 82200 No 31 48 acres new barn good cot tage house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 862 50 per acreNo acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price S6250 per acre No 120 72i acres on the pike 6 miles from Lancaster well improved price 6250 per acre No 127 170 acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 3000 pet acreNo acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state or cultivation cheap at 870 per acre No acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike new improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No 142 27 acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 1250 143 Five acres of land on Danville street at a bargain 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 1906 we can suit renters and purchasers tf PUBLIC I will on the premises near Bryants ville Garrard County Kentucky on SATURDAY NOV 4 1905 commencing at 10 oclock a m sell to the highest and best bidder the farm herein described on the following terms One half cash the remainder in two equal amounts one and two years from day of sale with G per cent interest from said date until paid with a lien reserved on the land to secure the deferred payments Said land contains 170 acresand is the old Wm Berkele home just north of Bryantsville on the turnpike road leading from Lancaster to Nicholas ville It is well improved with large and commodious residence barns tenant house etc I will at same tme and place sell forcash some implements household and kitch en furniture MRS MARY R BERKELE Coy Curtis sold a nice Lunch of 1500 pound steers last week at S425 per 100 lbs The little 4year old cHild of Mr and Mrs Leslie Sebastian died with croup and was burled here last week Mr and Mrs Sam Ward of Living ston returned to their home last Mon day after attending the burial of W A Wheeler at this place One of the best meetings closed at Freedom church last Sunday that has been held there for many years The pastor was assisted by Rey T Smith who is a splendid preacher The church was greatly revived 16 added to the church- V A Wheeler aged 62 years after lingering about one year with disease died at his home near here on the 19th of October He leaves a wife and two grown brothers and one sister besides other relatives and friends to mourn his loss He was bu reed in the home burying ground by the Masonic Fraternity of which he was a member for about Fu neral preached by Rev P E Foley MOORE OFFUTTS 2nd LOT SALE Corbin Ky November i 1905 at i oclock- A Good Lot FREE To the Public These Lots are desirably located on Hamlin Streets- A 5 room house on corner Jot 98x125 ft with good well Easy Payments MOORE OFFUTT Agts 1130 120000 5000 116242 132250 133360 65 13485 SALE- OF LA D farm- Ing NINA children three Barboursville and C stable C 40 years Insure Your Leaf Tobacco Hanging in Bulk or in the Hogsheadw- hile contained in your own private barn J H KifJNAIRD General 1 i E neei FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No 7 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1000 A R DENNY Pr Went JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENSY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird I493 o gOJ o 1LUo a B 2 0 Q O s000o00000000000000000V000000000000Am0 d D 6 9 OQOOGOOOOt 00o000000 OOO0000000000mO d Business and Bargains For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf The penalty will be put on all un paid city taxes November 1 oc13 2t S D Rothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Haselden 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 tf The leading represented C Gainestlowers promptly for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf I tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin and iron roof tag also on all kind of rooting work lOStf 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 setof Tinners tools of the best make and shall be tickeled to serve vou in you may need in this line Coon Brothers Wanted to trade town property fur a farm Address or see Hughes Swinebroad New Cottage and necessary improve ments good garden Apply to Mrs Clara E Bettis Lancaster Ky For four room house on Lexington avenue at 8 33 per month Good stable Apply to J F Robinson For rent for IjGO the cottage of Miss Jennie Arnold on Danville street It has oath room and water works throughout Apply to Dr Burnett Strayed From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole in right ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at McCreary 3 17 J W Hill New stock of watches and clocks at 69 tf Thompsons Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 10 21tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers 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 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 Northcott 414 Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson 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 buildings and plenty of room to cow horse etc The place con tains 3 acres For further informa Lion apply to W O Rigney tf Notice florist Is furnished gratesHaselden Tin Work anything For Sale RentA U II tt C C b- Ed A T St possession J Y so 1 PURPOSES Our Glassware must be closed out regardless of cost in order to make room for Holiday goods W II Ward 2t One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leave Ky Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wih sell lots 100 to 200 bush els of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jelhco SemiCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal lie II B Northcott A stray black spotted sow has been with my hugs for some time Owner can Jet same by paying for feed and this notice T B Walker oc20 3t Do you ever think where ycu can buy your Groceries etc cheapest Try Ward and be convinced r For Rent To reliable man with small familva cottage on easy terms Also a small wheat and corn crop if preferred 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 going cheap I P Thompson tf For Salt My farm near Buckeye consisting of G7 acres of highly pro ductive land well improved and well Address me at Buckeye Andrew Bogie Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street House contains 5 rooms two halls 2 porches has good cistern and all necessary outbuildings Place con tains six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton Highest cash price paid for eggs W H Ward 21 I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale at Frisbies Drug Store Your subscription solicited 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 20 buff Plymouth Rock cockerels and 10 pullets Pure stock 41 Mrs Alex West A splendid residence and acres of land on Stanford ayenue Apply to Hughes Swinebroad oc132t I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything in this line on shortest notice I P Thompson the jeweler tf Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewler will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome gold watch either gents Dont fail to get your tickets when buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt make office your office where I will be glad to have you at any old time that cheap both n wnere miles of this citjr Special prices to parties wanting car load Will kinds of feed Ring phone 140 815tf For Sale Coal 187tf For Sale For Rent ladys- or suits you best and where I caneprices on coal and salts rar In 5 andhayCampbelland watered four rlsingly for all I I I I r I 1 1 LEARNS IDENTITY AT LAST Woman Brought to America as Infant by Governess Told She Is Wealthy Londoners Daughter New woman who has been known as Frances Blind since her in fancy 33 years ago has been found after months of search by the British consul in New York as the keeper of a boarding house in Newark and in formed her real identity has been hid den from her all her life She is the only daughter of a wealthy lumber merchant of London Her own mother is dead as is her fostermother Her fosterfather has disappeared Her real father is a wealthy Londoner named Boutwell and the woman is May Boutwell Miss Boutwell was brought to this country as an infant by the governess in the Boutwell family Mrs Catherine Blind Mrs Blind with her husband settled in Newark and was regularly supplied with money with which to rear the child Mrs Blind was bound by promise not to reveal to the child the fact that she was not her real mother and Blind her father until the time should come when the Londoners themselves should decide to acknowl edge her About nine months ago Miss Blind learned through a New York lawyer of the publication of an advertisement seeking information as to the where abouts of Mrs Catherine Blind or children Mrs Blind died 20 years agoA few days ago came the informa tion through the British consul that money and real estate had been left in London probably by the girl3 mother to Catherine Blind and her children From the facts she was able to present the British consul as sured her that her claim to the estate seemed genuine WANTS GIRLS FOR SOLDIERS Hans Eschelbachs Suggested Appli cation of the Theory Let the Women Do the Work may soon have women soldiers if Prof Hans Eschel bach succeeds in persuading the of the Reichstag of the soundness of his opinions- in the current number of the well known magazine Nord und Sued Mr Eschelbach has written a remark able article which is widely discussed in Germany- In full earnest he advises to make every girl serve two years In the army before she is allowed to marry Every young man has to serve why then should the women go free is his way of reasoning Woman he writes was for centuries considered an inferior be ing First treated as a slave a mere chattel and afterward as a doll she is now emerging from her dependence and demands equal rights with men Slowly but surely she has fought against old prejudices and has con quered most of them She is today the recognized equal of man She has the same rights but she escapes one of his most onerous duties We recognize today the right of the state to tear every young man away from his work and make him serve as a soldier for two or three years He Is made to lose his identity and become part of our remarkable military clockwork for that length of time and Is forced blindly to obey officers who are not always as every privilege that man has be ex empt from this duty PLOW TURNS UP A SWORD Belie of the Battle of Westport Is Found by a Initials C K Joe Shelbys gallant troopers who fell in the battle of Westport was found was picked up by Harold Barthelson the sevenyearold son of Karl Barth elsonHarold found it in some high grass in a field that was plowed last spring and it was probably turned out of its long resting place at that time Its blade was thick with rust that had eaten deep into the steel an the hilt was caked wfth earth The saber showed evidence of hard usage Several inches of the blade had been broken off probably in the last desperate onslaught that cost Its owner his life The edge of the blade bears deep nicks and on the hilt are YorkA I BerllnGermany members Whythen BoyBears cavalrysaber Videmansfarm c THE PICK Of the world 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 to 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 wreck could not sleep or eat writes Mr J O Beers of Crawford Co For two I tried medicine from doctors but received very little benefit I lost flesh and strength was not able to do a vork I commenced taking Dr Pierces Golden one bottle I could sleep and was wonderfully I have five bottles and am still improving- If you ask your dealer for Medical because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a 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 Dr Pierces Pleasant 8 worn out run down n Mon Medical Discovery and when I had taken myappetite I Discovery medicine marks which tell of hanatonand con flicts Just below the hilt the initials C can still be deciphered AN ODD USE OF MAIL BAGS Congo Women Cut Out One End and Wear Them as Dictators Pleased Belgian postal have discovered that the natives of the Congo Freee State are making a strange use of post office property For some time the leather pouches in which the Congo mails were carried had been missingThey were traced to the Congo Free State It was found that the native pos tal officials had distributed them as gifts among their women friends The black women employ the pouches for personal adornment They cut out the ends pull the bags over their heads and fasten them around their waists by means of the leather straps They are wearing them with evident pride At Last The Russian and Japanese soldiers may now go home and organize vet crans associations USE MODERN BUCKBOARDS Rubber Tires Now on the Wheels of This Originally Primitive Vehicle Are in Vogue If the man who made the original buckboard could see one of the sorts we turn out nowadays says a carriage manufacturer in the New York Sun he would certainly turn around in the road to look at it The first buckboard consisting of a seat placed on an elastic board two ends rested on a pair of axles was a very simple and a very rough and ready vehicle designed for use on rough and rocky country and roads and there are parts of tho country in which such buckboards are still used turned out by local makers but the modern buckooard while it still preserves in a general way the buckboard simplicity of appearance is a very different proposition from that put now between the axles un der the buckboard longitudinal steel springs which prevent the boards sag ging unduly and give it greater strength and power of resistance and elasticity We make such buckboards with one with two or with three seats seating two four or six persons and we make them either without tops or with buggy top on a single seated buckboard and suitable tops on larger buckboards if they are desired And on some buckboards to be sued in districts where the character of the roads is such as to make their use ad vantageous we put rubber tired wheels No owner would want a rubber tired buckboard to be used in regions where the roads were sandy or rocky in such steel tired wheels would be best but rubber tires are very good for a buck board to be used in the city where a few buckboards are used or on buck boards to be used in parts where the roads are macadamized The seats of these modern buck boards are made wide and with high backs for comfort and they are up holstered with the best of materials which are for that matter used in these vehicles throughout for they are made for service as well as comfort and they are in fact most serviceable as well as most comfortable But the man driving one of the old original buckboards and who had never seen one of these would certainly turn to look at it if he should chance to meet one of these modern buckboards on the road UNCLE SAMS BIG BUSINESS Likely to Do Things on a Large Scale When He Operates at All Navy Yard an Example Uncle Sam may not set up as a busi ness man but when he does go into business he is likely to do it in a large way as he does for instance at the New York navy yard where are located the largest naval storehouses in the United States In the general storehouses there is carried a stock of material merchandise and supplies of the most varied charac ter including lumber cordage and clothing shoes and libraries Including many articles of ship sup plies and everything required for the sailors personal wants amounting in value to upward of 10000000 The business done in these store houses during the fiscal year ended in 1904 amounted to more than 30000 000 J K SkirtsFashion BrusselsThe authorities whos mountain Ve thema provisions WEARS A VYlti Attends Church and Friends Fail to Becognize Him in His Regalia Cleveland O John D Rockefeller has purchased a wig He wore it at the services at the Euclid Avenue flap tist church the other morning With his altered appearance he was scarcely recognized At the door he was heartily as all newcomers to the church are and the invitation to attend the services was almost before it was discovered who the eminent personage with the steelgray hair really was Mr Rockefeller took tne matter with a smile and not the least abashed dad tne good manners of the church people and their hearty feeling for the oil king been less pronounced the change in appearance might have caused a sensation As it was it cre ated a slight stir There could have been no indication to tue o king that his friends saw any novel feature in his dress He wore the usual Prince ilmbers of the church and friends said tnat Mr Rockefeller had never to their knowledge worn a wig before in church He has always attended the services without affectation at times seeming to place a certain pride in his lack of hair The wig itself is not an elaborate affair It is steelgray in color suit able to a man of Mr Rockefellers age Moreover it is even the manner of parting the hair There is no visible part in it This is not the most remarkable thing about it At the back it does not conform to the lines of the head There is a perceptpible space between the two where only the morning air held full sway The absolute lack of the least hint of hair made the distinction be tween the wig and the undecorated portion of his head striking BEARS DOG HONEY Odd Chain of Events Leads Farmer to 135 in in the District La Porte Pa A stroke of lightning proved to be worth nearly 135 to Gotleib Sahn of the Hillsgrove district though it required the instinct and in quisidveness of a family of black boars to disclose to Sahn the wherea bouts of his treasure pot Sahn one night was awakened by the barking of his dog tied at its kennel just outside the yard Next morning when the dog was released he made off toward the ruge of a wood about an eighth of a mile across the field at a gait Sahn followed and found the animal sniffing about in some mud at the edge of a small creek An examination re vealed footprints of bears Sahn next felt a soft spatter of something fall upon the rim of his straw hat and dis covered that honey was dropping from a blasted leaning tree which but a few days before had been struck by A big rent torn in the trunk had opened the treasure closet of a colony of bees It was this honey that had drawn the hungry bears It proved to be one of the biggest bee trees ever found In central Pennsylvania Sahn and his two boys drove away the bees with sulphur fumes and gathered a little over 700 pounds of the sweetness iu a nearly 135 Special Homeseekers Rate via Southern Ry On the first and third Tuesdays in November and December the Railway will sell very low Home seekers tickets to all points in the south west and many in the west and north west Only one change of cars from Lexington to nearly all principle points Double daily service For information address or call on J F Logan T P A Lexington G B Allen A C D A St Louis C II Huugerford D P A Louisville UllYANTSYILLE W L Glass is quite sick at this with ing Mr Chalmes Gallaher spent Sunday here with his sister Miss Margaret Miss is at home after a visit to friends and relatives in Lex itigton C T Jenkins and wife have returned after a business trip to Georgetown and Frankfort Miss Wadelee Maret has returned home after a most pleasant visit to London friends Mr and Mrs Wesley Walker of Mc Creary spent several days with B P Swopeand wife Misses Mattie and Hattie Smith of Burgin are spending the week with the Misses Boner and family moved to Lexington this week to the regret of their many fi lends Miss Lena RIgney of Lancaster spent several days with her cousin Miss Jennie Burnside Mr Mote Scott was called to Lexing ton to see his nephew Clarence Scott who was accidentally wounded by a stray bullet The series of meetings that have been going on at the Methodist church for the last eight days closed Friday night Great Interest was manifested and much good done Plans to Get Rich Are frustrated by sudden due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kinrs New Life Pills They take out the which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure head and dizziness too At B E Mc Roberts drug store 25c guraanteed 1m ROCKEFELLER New welcomed completed I lbert plebian In however SweetnessBiggest- Find lightning 0 Southern round- trip Mayme Ballard FayetteBrooks a often breakdown materials ache breakneck x7ted eata- 43uate FAMOUS REMEDY ilA Icured MY cough with German Syrup flie wrote to Dr G G Green An as true as I tell doctor dear Im feelin finer than ever Ive been I JThe oor consumptive should not be the victim of as he often is but the moment the dread disease its presence he should be Bo schees German a medicine that is made specially for the cure consumption and has a wide fame as a for catarrh colds sore throat and all bronchial affections in old and qIt is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century qfTrial bottle 25C bottle 75c At all druggists throughout the world For sale by R E ITIcRobcrU BEDNA VISTA Miss Lillian Poor is sick Mrs Howard King is visiting rela tives in Jessamine- J 6 Ruble shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati last week W P Ruble sent another car load of hogs to the city last week Mr Cochran was down last week shaking hands with the voters Miss Maddelle King of Belle view College visited her parents Sunday Mrs J E Scott and children have re turned from a visit to relatives in SomersetQuite number from this vicinity attended the sale or Allen Edelen last ThursdayThe brethren of Mt Olivet are engaged in putting on a much needed roof Mr Henry Williams gave an old fashioned barbecue to his friends last Wednesday night Rev Crates of Newport will assist the pastor in a meeting at Mt Olivet beginning November 27 A D Scott our hustling merchant went to Cincinnati Saturday to visit his brother In law and buy goods Mrs Benj Swope of Bryantsville accompanied by her sister of Teaters ville attended church here Sunday Arthur Shearer has rented the house now occupied by P S Terrill also a few acres of land adjoining house for 75 The Prohibition Alliance will hold its monthly meeting next Wednesday night A debate subject Are we Slaves or Freemen The public in vited Astonishing Incident It was to all her friends an incident that Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis was cured of her dreadful sickness Doctors she writes had given me up friends were ready to bid me the last farewell clouds of despair darkened my horizon and I was a wreck on the shores of despondency when 1 began to take Electric Bitters for my frightful and liver complaint To the aston ishment of all I was benefited at once and am now miraculously restored to health At R E McRoberts drug store price 50c guaranteed 1m Louisville Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NORTH BOUND No 10 504 A 31 for Winchester Paris Maysville Cincin nati Lexington Frankfort Shelby ville Louisville Mt Sterling and Ash landNo 30 244 P M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cynthiana Lexing ton Frankfort Shelby ville and 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 Green No 9 826 P M for Stanford and way points Train No 10 makes direct connec tion at Winchester737 A M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville and at 855 A M all points east AshlandTrain 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 Ta and Knox ville Tram No 29 makes direct connec tion at Rowland 213 P M for all points north to Louisville All trains daily except Sunday Time above shown is leaving time from Lancaster Fare the same via either Winchester or Rowland to Louisville II nonalcoholic stomach LouIs- vIlle Bow- Ing for manifests s astonishing IERCESFAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN I Oi O i 01o IAsk for fas 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K HOWE TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar man so as to give a clearer field vision olher glasses 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 arewithout question the most sclentlfi constructed glasses thzthave ever been made and when BIFOCALS and farsighted glasses combined can worn as as single lens glasses This cannot truthfully said of any other form of Bifocal them and their authorized agents under a positive guarantee that if not give may be and the money paid for them refunded If you have any trouble with your eyes or If have not given you perfect com and satisfaction every way write to us about TORICOIO this paper Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY 1i nero of byTevery Jour I TJ nearsighted 0000 TELEGRAM NEEDED Annually to fill the new created Railroad and Telegraph Companies Wn want YOUNG MEN suit LADIES of habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish percent ot the Operators and Station Our six are the exclusive Telegraph Schools in the world Established 20 years cud endorsed y all leading We execute a 250 Bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from 10 toCO a month in States coot of the Rocky Mountains or from 7 to IOO a month in States west of the Rockies immediately upon graduation can enter at any time I o roes tions For full any our Schools write direct to our executive olhee at Cincinnati 0 Catalogue free The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo NY Atlanta Oa LaCrosseWis San Fraco Cal 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 law Hunters and Fishermen take notice b o Texnrkana Tex 7 ttnilwiiy A J Tompson It G Pettus J L Hutch ins Jas R Henry II C Miller WR nook VA Wheeler Wm Coldiron J II Iligsby D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Iliiisby W S Ferguson W L Lawson p D GillMrs 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general pres ents of 100 and 20 andsixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana 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 Illjrotuel Guaranteed to cure by U E I or Money Iteluiided 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 R E McRoberts to sell every package of Hyomei under au absolute guarantee that it will cure catarrh If it does not the purchaser can have his money refunded by R E McRob ertsHyomei 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 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 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 RE McRoberts will re fund your money The Rock Island to day announces a very material reduction in homeseekers rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately one fare plus 2 for the 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 if Presents forSubscribers 5030 a Suffers aU- thorized ca- tarrhal obtained roundtrIp tithe Tennessee 5 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT100 contains 24 trial nice which sells for 50 cent E C DeWITT He COMPANY CHICAGO ILL tiY5piijVFe3A CURE Tile belt times the PCeFAieeD ONLY AT THE LASOKATORY OF For late The varieties of second crop and Northern sorts Eook 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 Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as Iaracaasph First Aid to the Injured which has an absolute preventive of blood poisoning if applied immediately after any kind wound Iara is a combination of rare cooling soothing balmy oils and camphor ami to remarkable and healing is highly endorsed by the medical profession hospitals arid by all public where a great many people are employed Paracamph morphine nor cocaine Hence it is a safe clean pure which should be kept in every household to be used in case of cies Mothers will find it far superior to witch hazel arnica vaseline old salves or liniments because when applied it goes straight to the interior cells soothing th aches pains nourshing the nerves the muscles out the fever and inflammation by inducing perspira lion It is the most perfect external application that has beers to the the discoverer is to be con for bestowing the Airier ican such a useful and meritorious product We learn from many sources that is unequaled for the cure of Neuralgia Rheumatic and The manufacturers guar antee every bottle to give satisfaction so no chances are taken by trying Para camph It is sold only in 25c r0e and JlOO bottles all druggists or sent direct upon receipt of price tured only by The of Louisville Ky a 300000 corporation CCJEStormes Planting I I I t t I 1 J- I 7 contains oi1in ratulated best Jesse DiWearcnI I 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 WHO FILLS YOUR X This branch of our busi ness is at all times in charge of FirstClass Pharmacists who have always given special attention to the art of Dispensing Plwsicans Prescriptions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compounded Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very betPaint Wall Paper Etc I possible COOCOO I II I I I I XI I I I I IMix- ed IWSFISH Paint LickyI XOOOOOOOOc O PRESCRIPTIONSI- X X Inside Information Recard Readers Chance for Ought to Grasp this Opportunity ProfitEveryone To have even a simple case of 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 needs Mio na tablets They are not a mere temporary relief but are composed of valuable medicinal agents which strengthen the and cure and prevent stomach troubles When there are pains or distress after eating head aches belching of dIgest- ive organs indigestion QUICKLY CURED BY There is no case on ai cold resulting in Pneumonia or other serious lung trouble after Foleys Honey and Tar had It the most obstinate racking cough and heals and lungsFoleys Tar has stages will always give comfort and relief and Tar gives to Asthma sufferers as the difficult breath ing at once that cost you the same as the genuine not take chances with some unknown preparationContains no opiates Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs- N Jackson of Danville Ill writes My daughter had a severe attack of La and a terrible cough on her lungs We tried a great many remedies without relief She tried Foleys Honey and Tarwhich cured her She has never been troubled with a cough since Consumption Cured Foley Co Chicago Dana Ind Gentlemen Foleys arl Tar cured me of Consumption after I had suffered two years and was almost des perate Three physicians failed to give me any relief and the last one said he could do me no good I tried almost every medicine I heard tell of without benefit until Foleys Honey and Tar was recommended to me Its effect right from the start was magical I improved steadily from the first dose and am now sound and well and think Foleys Honey and Tar is a Godsend to people with Throat and Lung Trou ble Yours very truly MRS MARY AMBROSE Tnree 50c StOO The 50 cent size contains two times as much as the and the bottle al most six times as much SOLD AND RECOMftJEKDEQ BY For sale by CC TE Stormes 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 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Miss has an elaborate line of distinctive HEADWEAR O direct from the KH Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is extended to all to j see the new styles VTVip SALLIE D fiLLET I rJ Dit lD fl a COUGHS STUFFY COLDS keyand Tarrecordof willcure incipientConsumption quickrelief nameFoleysHoney sizes25c andonehalf smallsize 100 LaundryIf 5 I r I Millinery 1 0 0 Sallie Tillet 0 0 o 0 calland 10 JltJjfiJJjj r keys t 4 gases a sour taste in the month diz ziness heart burn specks before the eyes furred tougue sleeplessness nervousness or back ache the needs the help of Mi o na Every reader of the Record should grasp the opportunity offered by R E McRoberts to try Mi ona 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 have a strong stomach and perfect healthAsk R E McRoberts to show you the guarrantee under which he sells Miona This valuable remedy costs you nothing unless iUrestores health stomach