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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 61 SZXTEENXH FEAR I t jji NWFWi W WM ViWSj Have your Roofing Guttering REPAIREDWe class work at Dont Put It Off J R Haselden Who will the Sideboard marked down Sac per day until first offer at Price Today as below gets board on ex hibition in our window Cheap at 3500 1 4 and I I s reasonablerates I I I I AJf Jr I get I o p ram s Ii1100J 1 110 50 tai co 150 320 3150n Itm 00 850- gg- 2700 26 0- 2r 5s 00 29029 27 0 t2i 50 00 2450 JO 23502J 50 O 2150 21 co 25 21 22 22 I Hamilton Bunlap Successors toJA Reazlcy Co I J ABeazley Undertaker 8 s 3 Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville v street just above Presbyterian church Phone Ill Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Best j Salesman E C BOCUS Wm Herndon 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 G CHRIS FARIS rM S 7J CINCINNATI 1- r LeastWear I I L R I C I t p ARKS e Scoasxuu oa ssasassraumma x Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville stII k Lt r H F Hillenmeyer Sons Blue Grass teems Lexington Kentucky Offer for the fall of 1905 stock of Ornamental Trees Grape vines Asparagus Small fruits Rhubarb Shrubs Etc We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter atoll Fruitand a t THE CENTRALLANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1905 RECORD Local Notes See Prof LeRoy at Court House tomorrow night Lancaster gives C U a chance to re deem herself here Friday November Ball Athletics Park against C U Friday November 3rd The Ladies Aid Society of theChris tian church will meet with Mrs II M Ballou next Saturday afternoon Dont fail t see Prof LeRoy Artist at Court House Friday night Nov 3rd Benefit Ladies Aid Society December 15 and 15 is the date se Ijcted by the CW B M for the Doll Sale Orders taken Dont forget the date John Magee bought RG Wards property on Lexington avenue The deal was made through Hughes and Swinebroad real estate agents The Presbyterian Missionary Society and Christian Endeavor will have a Bazaar consisting of fancy and home made candy on December 2 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 The W C T U realized about 50 on the lecture of George W Bain last Fri day night The lecture was beyond the ordinary being highly instructive and entertaining Farmers Attention The impression is out that I cant write farm property which is a mis take Call at my office at National Bank and get my figures before renew ing J H Kinnaird Tobacco Show- I will give a ton of coal to the farm er bringing me fife best five pounds of bright leaf Burley Tobacco by December 2nd on which day the premium will be awarded by judges J A Jones Democratic Speaking lions R II Tomlinson and James I Hamilton spoke at Odd Fellows Hall Paint Lick last Saturday night in of the Domecratic county ticket Considerable interest was manifested and much enthusiasm was aroused Prompt Settlement G B Swinebroad agent for the Con tinental Insurance Company reports that his company settled in full wtth Mrs Lizzie Rice whose house and were lost by being made within a week from the time of the lire Insurance 1500 Three Good Ones J A Beazley showed us a June pIe which he says grew this month being a second growth Mr W G An derson has soJie nice young raddishes and G B Swinebroad says that his cow turns the hydrant and gets a drink when she wants it These three items are run together because they are out of the ordinary Just as a traveling man was writing his name on the register of a Mayfield hotel a bed bug appeared and took its way across the page The man paused and remarked Ive been bled by Paducah Ilea bitten by Fulton spiders and interviened by Hopkinsville gray backs but Ill be darned if I ever was in a place before where the bed bugs looked over the hotel register to find out where your room was Florida Trip at Small Cost Dan M Bowtnar The Sun Versailles will conduct a ten days Florida tour leaving Cincinnati and Louisville and Southern Ry Tuesday Nov 14 Jacksonville St Augustine Indian River Palm Beach Miami and trip up St Johns 4450 pays all expenses ten days trip Six days tour 83750 Write Dan M Bowmar Versailles Ky Editor Still Disabled The Record was a little premalure in announing the return of Edio Louis Landram as he will not be ab e to return for several days He bfa been unable to work for more than six months the past seven weeks having been spent in Dr Elkhi1 sinitarium n Atlanta His friends will be glad however to know that he will soon be well and able to return to his post of duty in this office Improvements Considerable work is being done on the L N Railroad Depot The waiting and the ticketoffice are being lowered to a ground floor mak ing them much more accessible This obviates the necessity of climbing the steps to getto the office The freight department will remain as it is being entirely separated from the passenger department The rooms will be prop erly furnished and made much more pleasant and attractive and a con crete pavement will around them The traveling public and the people generally will appreciate this change as it will add materially to their comfort I 3rdFoot Lancaster Doll Sale Annual Sale Bazaar Lecture Saturday competent behalf contents firethe settlement ape editorof C rooms bebuIlt Lightning articles viaQ River Important Notice Thost indebted to The Record for subscription advertising or job work will confer a great favor by paying same right now The protracted ill ness of the editor and after additional expenses make it very important that our cnstomers send In what they one Please dont neglect it Dont forget game Foot Ball Friday November 3rd Some people believe that the city council could grant liquor license if they chose to do so In order that no voter should have this in view or let it in any way control him in casting his vote we disire to say that the city council of Lancaster has no more pow er to grant a license to sell liquor than any other six The people whom all powerresides voted liquor out and they for an election and vote of selling it before any court or council can grant a license Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educated many young men and women for usefulness independence and tbegreatestsuccess 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 instruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main street or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky A Card Editor Record It has been reported that the under signed have been withdrawn from the race for City Council This is not true Their names will appear as the Peoples Ticket on the city ballot Another false report is to the effect that they are pledged to certain men and measures They are not pledged to any man or set of men for any office or any meas ure They only pledge themselves to do all in their power for the welfare of the city and to handle all issues in an honest manner They are all property holders and their own interest will prompt them to adminis ter the City Government properly Jno E Stormes S C Denny S G Has elden J B Kinnaird C D Powell Conn The Hicks Almanac For 1906 The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac will not be published for 190G but his Monthly Journal World and Works has been changed into a large and costly Magazine and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete The November number now ready contains the forecasts from January to June 1900 The January number ready December 20th will contain the forecasts from July to December 1906 The price of this splendid Magazine is one dollar a year See it and you will have it The November and January numbers containing the Rev Irl R Hicks forecasts for the whole year and more complete than ever can be had by sending at once 25 cents to World and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Laois Mo A train on the Louisville Southern railroad was hurled from a bridge in to a creek 40 feet below several days ago Thirteen passengers were in jured among them Mr Leslie of this city son of Capt Herndon and mail clerk on that run He was badly bruised and was taken to hospital at Lexington His car was the first to sink with the bridge that a wreck was coming he leap ed to catch the safety rods which be fortunately missed as he would have been pinned to the debris and crushed to death or drowned The next thing ne realized was that the car was torn to pieces and he was in the creek He loosed himself sufficiently to crawl out of the wreckage and was carried by passengers to a place of safety It is reported that he fell on his bead and that his injuries are more serious than first reported City Council Some time ago numerous voters titioned the following gentlemen to run for City Council J E Stormes S C Denny Dr J B Kinnaird C D Pow ell J B Conn and S G Haselden They will appear on the ballot under the Peoples Ticket and a picture of the Court Hou e From the number of signers it ap peared to be a favorite ticket and The Record pledged its support In fulfilling that pledge we desire to say they all successful business men and being property holders their in terest will be the citys interest They are honest and capable and stand for economy and the greatest good to the greatest number They are opposed to grafters and are not pledged to any man for any office As we are in need of such men at this time there would be no mistake in putting under the Court House and every bodys interest will be as well protected as it would be by the of any Council Good men are running on another ticket but many think a race was easary License men petition ni faY r busIness like J B Wreck the Seeing pee thecross not nec- y Hern- don are elections that t Golden Wedding The meeting of many friends and relatives residing here and In distant cities to attend the Golden Wedding of Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt on Wednesday night the artistic blend tog entwining and commingling of aromatic flowers through which mel low penetrated conspired to make their beautiful home a modern Eden and to make the occasion one of the most brilliant events in the histo ry of this city W H Wherritt and Mary lane Miller were married Nov 1 1855 in the old Miller home now occupied by Mr Tom Wherritt Two of the brides maids and one of the groomens are living but were unable to be present The bride had two sisters and one brother pres ent and the groom one sister and one brother who were at the first wee ding Of the five children born to them three are living and were present to gether with two grand chilldren The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion palms ferns and plants formed a pleasing back ground in front of which the happy couple together with their three children stood to receive the guests Smilax entwined the stairway and veiled the doors The golden draperies the cut flowers and the candle shades were all typical of the occasion in yellow The friends of this couple who are legion remembered them with many beautiful gifts Four poems were written in honor of the occasion The one written by Mrs Potts was printed and framed in gold Two others were by former Lancaster friends and Mrs Yantis and the fourth by Misses Wilson of Lexing wore showered upon them from friends and relatives far and near A huudred guests were present and enjoyed the bounteous collation A round table in the center of the drawing room held the brides cake mints and salted nuts Candles in their golden shades and vases of yellow roses lent beauty to the picture Happy indeed must be this couple for they celebrated a wedding not only golden in years but in thought word and deed McCREARY T A Royce sold to V A Lear some fat hogs at nets Mr and Mrs are visiting relatives in Russell county- T W Brartshaw has gone to Mercer to visit his daughter Mrs Curd Mr John Hamm and family visited the family of Mr Geo Sadler Sunday Little Miss Pearl was the charming guest of Miss Cleo and Ruth RovceMr Phcrigo who has been visi ting relatives and friends here has re turned home in Nicholasville- L T Bradshaw who is running a saw mill at Newby in Madison county has just completed a contract with John Stapp with a net profit of 8900 Miss one Jessamjns most accomplished young ladies has been the pleasant guest of several Garrard families and judging appearences has captived a certain young mans PAINT LICK Mr Jack Adams of Lancaseer was in our town Saturday Miss Ethel Galloway spent Saturday with Mrs Fannie Garnett Miss Pearl Ely has accepted a as clerk with Champ Co Mr Abe Hardwick spent Sunday with his son at Hamilton Ohio Little Willie Jennings spent several days with relatives in Lancaster last weekMiss Elise Fitzpatrick who is college at Danville is at home for a few days Misses Ada and Alice Cornett a large number of friends on last Saturday night The cabbage snake is no longer a fake as quiet a number has been found in the cabbage in this vicinity Misses Ethyl Sallie and Mattie Woods have returned from Berea where they have visiting their grandmotherDr of Louisville hrs located here for the practice of his profession He has his office over Champ Co store Wanted 25 barrels of corn Apply to A H Bastin 2t The Horse Thitf will be Entertainment Friday night Nov 3 Benefit of Ladles Aid Society Money may provide the but it takes love to make a homoe A whisper of slander is heard fur ther than a megaphoned compliment Additional Personals John M Farra has been to Louis ville Miss Annie Noel of Danville was here Wednesday Mr and Mrs Jesse Wearen have been visiting In Stanford Miss Carrie Anderson was given sur prise party Halloween evening in honor of her sixteenth birth day six teen schoolmates were present The house beautifully a magnificent lunch served The even ing was one of great enjoyment I f I i I I rubber i I i I Mr Cochran tonII Ben lIamm Hamm I I EmmaWest position att- endIng entertained at LeRoys mansIon decoratedand I light write rn been 4 was ti XUMBZR 31 Get in the Habit of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co t Jo 1l t I I I Y FREE IOne In Each Home A Gift to Our PATRONS BUSY BEE Braphophone Heres Our Offer Which is the greatest ever made in the history of trade With every pur chase we give a coupon showing 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 500 goods 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 Dry Cloaks Furs and Shoes We are recognized as the greatest value givers on high grade Dry Goods Cloaks Furs anti SliDss 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 Joseph Mercantile O O M P A 3ST Y i worthof Goods k v B J r i J Oft Every thing and Uptodate Fall and Winter GOODS Arriving daily at H T I I NIE II f II II in II L LOG NS bIT w WANTED 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 FlourA- llkinds of Field Seeds GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt atten tion Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON Tin Shopiifc invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Roofing Guttering jand all kind of Repairing I Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing 5 low prices for a short time This i3 your opportunity your patronage solicited ZS i Conn Bros E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED n j fI W tit rM 1 I I I VNJIrmmnnmmmmm rmmmmmmmmmmnrmm Ve E Willsell nuu I I ggl r r rE gl F r 1 IjliJlllllllilllJ11111111JIIIt1 U1i111 u1SlIJUIUlII111111111111 u A p Statmt condition June 30 190o RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 73489 10 Overdralts ail JO Due from banks 12213 17 louse and Lot Mortgages lOW 00 449 13 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 00 103 GO LIABILITIES Capital Stock inOOO 00 8333 34 Individual Ilejioiits V M 1500 00 iafri GO I CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 DIR RSIM COY RGGOYN J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS E L WOODS w C FISII I Ii I Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII c o- RQWLING KY Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy Sustains Teachers Law Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURE POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Address H H CHERRY President Bowling Green Commercial and lal Courses Stud Ky Scientific Clasaie r IF YOU WANT AN OLD HICKORY WAGONNow is the time to get it We are offering special bargains all kinds of Wagons Buggies Surries PHAETONS ETC To reduce our stock for winter Call and see us ROMANS ELMORE I I Ii m mon m m m Q am m g 1 1 l m 0X XJ o o Q 9 e 0 m CENTRAL RECORD Iteiuetl WeeMy 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association- and Lancaster Ky November 3 1906 In the rush and hurry of the age we do not notice one of the many ways by which the wisdom and the good ness of Jehovah is daily manifested Itis in the universal law of compensa tion or in giving an equivalent in some form for an advantage possessed in some other form For instance the fertile soil and rich agricultural facilities of this sec Lion of the country appear to be a de cided advantage over the mountains and this is true as to soil But the rich mineral resources of the moun tain or knob country furnish an equiv dent for this Many princely for tunes have been realized from coal oil and timber where the soil was worth lessIf we consider this question in the commercial world we will find the same theory verified The millionaire has more money than the laborer but the laborer may have a good stomach a clear conscience and contentment for which some wealthy men would give all their possessions Take the same theory to the social world and we see the beautiful face and form often ignored a preference given to the homely who are more modest and unassuming or possessed of a bet ter disposition and nobler traits of character So the advantages of this world are about equally divided after all and some leave talent which makes them famous while others only have talents of gold On next Tuesday the people will vote for or select servants called cers to manage the affairs of ty and city governments Of course party organization will generally de termine the action of the vote and it should do so for the existence of two parties makes each more watchful lest their official acts be exposed and con demned by the people The are men whose lives are open books many of whom have been tried in official life and who have not been found wanting So good servants can and will be selected Vote for your nominees and you will have discharg ed a sacred obligation The trite saying Every dog has his day is vi rifled by the rise and fall of Nations None are so powerful that they may not be conquered The same is true of men They become powerful in the affairs of State and by advocating something that is they are shorn of all power and influence or it may be that abler and better men defeat them and they ire reduced to the ranks of the people This inexorable law is as it should be Men become bigoted self conceited corrupt and claim the earth and a handful of stars if you ijive them unlimited power and a long tenure of office Investigation seems to be in order in high gevernmentai departments and among all corporations This is altogether proper and is sure to result in good Why not examine all rations as often as banks are exams ed Honest people will not object and theives should be watched Let the wave of reform roll on until all errors are corrected and all unsound limbs are amputated and an era of prosperity and thrift will follow even greater than we now enjoy The people should demand the of a law by Congress putting restrictions on Foreign Immigra tion If this is not done before many years the reigns of government will pass into the hands of foreigners who will run it according to foreign princi pies and methods All political parties in Moscow have agreed to establish an independent overnment irrespective of imperial tuthorlty This is another step ward reform and the destruction absolute monarchy It is hoped that party prejudice will not run so high next Tuesday as to iring about trouble Let each candi late and his friends resolve to submit cheerfully to the result whatever itmay be Since the yellow fever visitation has practically ended steps are being to adopt measures which will bar the plague If this can be done it will be worth millions to the South Some say that love is not eternal but the following syllogism disproves the statement God is love God iaeter sal therefore love is eternal We mean true real unadulterated love Those who want to know how oth ors vote and who want ties world to know how they vote should vote for he Constitutional Amendment to the viva voce system I Secretary Taft estimates that the war department will require 204000 000 for expenses in 1907 There are 537000 miles of rallroadf In the world of which 270000 are in America and otll the coun candidates unpopular common passage certain taken forever return- Ing GA C L 9Z J Pni wt Jw f r Mail v Corp kx 0 too t i HE VVAiMTSD A URGE WORD Slan Prayed at Revival That the King Be Annihilated Real izes Mistake Many years ago in the tens or twen ties of the last century there was a revival at the Congregational chapel in Penzance Cornwall The pastor John Foxell was a famous minister in his day On the occasion referred to a revival had been going on for some time Various converts were allowed to have their say One Sunday the usual sermon gave way to short prayers and singing One convert wellmeaning but not too well educated man burst forth in prayer and among other remarks he appealed to the Lord to annihilate the king This caused no little surprise to the loyal section of somewhat classy congregation Some were uneasy and the pastor at the conclusion of the quietly called the speaker aside and asked him why he was so reckless as to use such republican language on such a serious occasion The poor fellow seemed puzzled and dazed he did not know that he had said anything out of the way What on earth did you want to the king for asked the pas tor Well why not if it were for his good replied the man Perhaps do not know the meaning of the word annihilate retorted Mr Foxell kindly- I admit I do not remarked the but I happened to come across the word a few days ago and it looked to me a good and important word and I thought the best words should al ways be reserved for the king and when I was praying and put in a word for his safety I thought it a good grand and swinging word to use in his behalf but did not want to get rid of his majesty HUMMING BIRD FANS YOUNG Feathered Mother Keeps Up Quiver ing Motion to Protect Wee Crea tures from Heat William Lovell Finley the new nat uralistphotographer writes as follows in the Country Calendar The way a humming bird mother would alight on her nest was a marvel to me She always stopped on the dead twig of a maple before dropping to her home I saw her do it several times She came at a nest like a meteoric streak I held my breath lest the whole thing be splintered to atoms for she hit the little cup without the slightest pause that I could see But when she alighted it put to shame the touch of floating thistledown When the nestlings were very young the mother never left them alone long at a time If the day was warm It the sun shone on the nest the mother hov ered over with wings and tall spread wide When it was hottest I have seen the mother sit forward on the edge spread her tail till she showed the white Ups of her feathers and keep up a constant quivering fanning motion with her wings and tail to give protec tion to the frail midgets In the nest CENTENARIAN IS A TEACHER Manuel Garcia at Age of One Hun dred Is Still Enlightening Britishers in Music Manuel Garcia one of the most re mnrkablo men in the world has re Gently sat for his portrait to John S Sargent Garcia is a Spanish singer who visited the United States in 1825 with an opera company and sang in various parts of the country The fa mous singer Madame Malibran was his sister He returned to Europe and taught Jenny Lind in Paris and for the past 50 years or thereabouts has been a music teacher in London He was 100 years old on March 17 and is still teaching He was a professor of music in the British Royal Academy of Music until he was 90 when he retired to receive pupils privately It is that the portrait which Sargent has painted is the only one of a in existence and Garcia is probably the only person taught singing in his hundredth year A Soapy Lake Some interesting items may at times be unearthed from the consular reports For example there is a description of a soapy lake in the annual statement of the trade and commerce of This sheet of water the Lake of Nejapa contains a strong solution of bicarbonate of potash bicarbonate of soda and sulphate of magnesia This water when rubbed on any greasy ject at once forms a lather The port says it is used as a hair wash and enjoys a local reputation as a cure for external and internal complaints The Nicaraguans are not conspicuous for commercial enterprise but during the they managed to export four demijohns of this wonderful water to the neighboring Guatemala Rattlesnake Weed In California there grows a plant called the rattlensnake weed It gets its name from the story that when fight and bite each other this weed if eaten by them will prevent death The plant grows about six inches tall and has a red stalk and slender leaves On the top of the stalk there is a head of flowers and the seeds of these flowers are furnished with sharp barbs called stickers The early settlers always made their herds carry a bottle of strong tea made of rattlesnake weed and when one of the sheep was bitten it was drenched with this fluid The treatment was said to be effective Paderewskis Memory Paderewski can play from memory more than 500 compositions Who Wouldnt HowlP how the wind does howl tonight it probably has the toothache Have you never heard of the teeth of a gale Stray Stories To Explore Montana Senator Clark of Montana has nished means to defray the expenses of an expedition to explore the unknown mountains of that state Itwill be under the direction of ProfM J Elrod is attached to the biological statton of the MnaiMB Hfiiveralty annihilate Z exact convert neat believed centenarian himself whoever Nicaragua obI year rattlesnakes men SheGracious HeYes toothache SheThe HeYes s the service you Who R fur t Rev and visited the fmilyof Mr John Wheeler last Sun dayMr A S Wheeler sold to E L Woods last week a nice bunch of hogs at 4jc and 41c Mrs W G Jones of Londonhas beeu visiting relatives suit friends in this neighborhoodWatson Prewitt sold two hogs that weighed at 4i also a lot of shoats at lie to Baker Jones Uncle Dave Ross our clever for jailor was here last week sha king hands with his many friends John Lawson sold a mare and colt to Mr Wilford for 140 Sam Wilcox sold four fat hogs to J C Fox at 8450 per hundred Sam Wilcox bought a fat hog from Bill Lawson at 480 per hundred Messrs Longvvorlh and Miller who bought the Ward farm have arrived to take possession of it James Coldiron sold a bunch of cat tie last county court at prices ranging from 1 to 260 per hundred Jno Coldiron has bought J C Clouses farm for 900 It is reported that Mr Clouse will enter the mercantile busi nessMrs A J Murrells father and of Clay county are visiting her Mrs Murrell has been sick but is reported much improved MARKSliUKT Mr Jim Sutton is down with typhoid fever M F Rout went to Paint Lick to at tend the Parks sale Mr T I Herring and family spent Friday with Mr and Mrs Vic Rice of McCrearyN has returned home after spending the first part of last week in CincinnatiGrant who has been ill for several weeks with typhoid fever is convalescingMrs and Sirs of Jeffersonville Ind were visiting friends here Sunday Ed Perkins one of our best farmers sold his entire crop of hay to Banks Hudson for 9 per ton Mr J A Wood and wife of Danville and Dr Webb of Wilmore were the guests of Mr and Mrs Rout Sunday Rev Brisco M F Rout T D Ches nut attended the Fifth Sunday which met with the Baptist church at Stanford Saturday and Sun day The little infant of Mrand Mrs Robt Humphreys died on last Saturday eve nfng at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John Boner Interment at Danville PUBLIC SALE TUESDAY November 14 1905 at the residence of the late John W Dunn in Garrard county Ky about one mile north of Brvantsville on the Lexington Turnpike I as administra tor with the will annexed will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder the following real and personal proper ty of the late John W Dunn deceased towit 3 brood mares 2 good three year old horses by Dignity Dare 1 yearling filly 2 jersey cows farming implements consisting of harrows wagons plow gear buggy buck board and onehalf interest in new wheat fan Also one half interest in about nine acres of tobacco to be stripped out and same to be received at the barn in the band and about 100 bbls of corn snapped shucked The farm contains about 140 acres more or less to be surveyed and is sit uated about 3 miles N of Bryants ville Ky about one halt mile from the Mt Hebron Turnpike and is only about one mile from school church store and post office There is upon the land a small dwelling house large tobacco barn that will house about 8 acres of tobacco The farm is under good fence and in the very highest state of cultivation and is one of the most fertile and productive hill forties in Garrard county especially adapted to the raising of corn hemp and tobac co Bear in mind that this is an abso lute sale For further information write G T Higginbotham admr Dan villa or see J E Robinson Lancaster my attorney Terms The land will be sold as follows One third of the purchase price to be paid cash and the remain der in two equal payments due in one and two years from first day of ary 1906 with interest at 6 per cent from date until paid with a lien re tained upon the land to secure the payment of the notes All sum for personal property under 10 cash all sums over 10 note with interest with approved surety January 1st 1906 Sale will begin at 10 oclock T HIGGINBOTHAM Admr with the will annexed of Jonh W Dunn decd J E Robinson Atty 2t NOTICE TO CREDITORS All parties indebted to Jno W Dunn deceased will please settle at once All those havingclalms against the estate will please file same with out delay with my attorney J E Rob inson properly according to law G T Admr with the will annexed of the estate of Jno W Dunn deed 2t Mrs P E Foley 8951bs ILA lWOOD mother J meeting I will on E Janu lOut r MN3I candidate quite same verified j School Books We now have a Corn plete stock of all the New Adoptions OF School Books We sell them only for state con tract prices Old books exchanged J J Lancaster Kv x oooooocc oo oc ocX XX X It I I 2I I I CASHat 2 A is 2 R E McROBERTS x 4 E141iii mss x ofatrkv LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident Stormes Drug YALKElta Vice Prest JJ I The ITIZ L BANK CAPITAL so00e SURPLUS 10 B F HUDSON Cashier e W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention IDIRECTOitS Lewis Y Leavell T S JonNsoN B F Hudson IIJJWalker r J Il I Portland and Black Diamond Cement ILime and Window Glass W ORGANIZED 1883 Of LANCASTRR KY 1 WALKER T M Arnold 0 I o fl Its o o s liJq Paint Store IB31 Public Sale of Shorthorns At Wildwood Stock Farm 3 miles from Harrodsburg on the Lexington pike Thursday November 9 05 1 will sell about 50 head of co ws and heifers 35 of which arc registered They are all reds most of them dehorned all old enough are bred to calve next spring They are in fine condition have not been over fed They are principally of Young Mary and Young Phyllis families Come and buy them at your own price Write me for catalogue TERMS OF SALE All sums under 25 cash and up G months tin with bankable note bearing 6 per cent interest Sale begins at 10 a in GLAVE GODDARD Long Dis Phone 42m HARRODSBURG KY Sam W Kidd Auctioneer The Kentucky Stale Journal j i P K Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reportsh- as recently been enlarged and I 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 I Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance I P WALTON Mgr U 5 J t I It- oW I I f shorthorns 1 AA IE 1 Published i i a s- y e Corn Show NOVEMBER 27 1905 1000 in GOLD Best 20 ears corn fn M Rr d t1AI 5 to 1 st 3 to 2nd 2 to 3rd All corn must be entered by Sat Nov 25 at 6 PM MOUNT EL KIN I t 4 Gossip About People N V N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Miss Estill Walker returned to Holly Miss Monday Mr Ware McRoberts is in Cincinnati for a few days Senator Farris and J M Logan spent a few days at home Flora Zeigler is visiting cinnati and Louisville Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting Miss Frankie Kautfman Mr and Mrs G A McRobers have re turned to their home in Mrs Jessie Roller of Louisville is visiting her friend Mrs C D Powell Capt W J Kinnaird is with home folks a few days before starting west Mr Tames G Denny of Lexington visited Mr J Wade Walker last week JW Sweeney and Capt T attended a stock sale at Wilmore Mon dayMrs A H Rice of Louisville is witH her parents Mr and Mrs II A B Marks buryMiss Irene Romans of Madison In stitute was at home Saturday and SundayHarry Robinson of the D and D In stitute Danville visited his parents here Sunday Mr John Greenleaf of Richmond was with his brother G S Greenleaf last Sunday Mr William Brent Metcalf and bride left Monday for their home in Kansas Attorney W I Williams went to Shelbyville and Frankfort on profes sional business Mr William Doty has returned from Pueblo Colorado where he has been fl W inCin Coin to A Elkin Nashville I Miss lo for several years Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs J R Haselder Mrs Geo D Robinson of Lincoln county visited her mother Mrs Dor cas Walker last week Mrs M F Elkin of Lexington and daughter Mrs E P Moritz of Atlanta are guests of Elkin A very handsome picture of Miss Ethel Dunn of this city appeared in Courier Journal Miss Margaret Mount attended the PentzIIoover wedding at Nicholas yule yesterday being one of the bride maidsMrs A K Walker and children who have been spending the summer with relatives here have returned to their home in Rolling Fork Miss Mr Cal Nevlus and family left for Crab Orchard the past week to reside where they have purchased property Lancaster regrets giving up this ex cellent family Mrs Homer Tinsley fell down sever al steps when leaving the court house after the lecture last Friday night She was slightly bruised and remained at Dr Amons for two days Miss Bertha Burnside gave a Hal loween party in honor of Miss Bertha Iloretzky the charming and attrac tive uuestof Miss Mary Arnold The evening was one of the merriest of the season Dr L S McMurtry exPresident Of the National Medical Association and Bailey ex President of the State Medical Association two na tives of Garrard county who have themselves in the Medical profession were guests of Dr and Mrs J B Kinnaird this week Among those from a distance who attended the WherrittGolden were Col Miller Knoxville Dr Lewis and Mr Leslie McMurtry Louisville Dr Steele Bailey Stanford Dr Worral Danville W C and Claude Wherritt New Orleans Mrs Maria Jasper and Mrs Martha Haley Rich mond I Mrs TS Saturdays Dr Steele W distinguished Wedding S FALL MILLINERY Mt w1iwPoVMYVM WMMN NWMMM My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I I c rnt jJI tftiJIfLWJA fIL tI iJl SlOVES prices You are cordially invited 1QI BEJEfirn BI O7IDDZ a w tOES I You will save both money and coal by buying one of our Come and see the best and all the lat est patterns in Stoves HASELDENand ROBINSON II I STOVES Jones has been In Louisville a days Mr Branam Baazley visited in Sunday Mr Well of Lexington was here Sat urday receiving cattle Mr Arthur Mahan of Williamsburg was in this city Sunday Mr and Mrs Oscar Ray of Buckeye visited home folk Saturday and Sun dayMiss Virginia Goodloe has returned byMr Steve Hill of Buckeye visited in Stanford Sunday Mrs Geo McRoberts together with her mother Mrs Burnside returned Covington Sunday Mr H R Herndon was called to the bedside of his brother Leslie Satur day who was injured in a wreck near LexingtonThe and girls who went on the chestnnt hunt to Cartersville last Saturday report a fine time and plen ty nuts STONE Little Miss Essie Simpson has ty phoid fever Miss Bulah Grimes of Lancaster is with relatives here L M Crutchfield bought a cow from Mrs N Teater last week Miss Osee Dudderar visited Miss Florence McMurtry Sunday Miss Flora Wylie of McCreary visit ed Miss Dennis Preston Sunday Mr and Mrs Walter Fane are re joicing over the arrival of a tine boy Mr and Mrs F M Folger and chil dren visited at Paint Lick last week Mr Clarence Crutchfield visited his grand father in Jessamine last Sun day Preaching at Scotts Fork Saturday night Sunday morning and Sunday nigntMiss Maude Mitchell visited Miss Lelmie Lee Preston Saturday night and Sunday Miss Florence Sanders of Burgin is the guest of Misses Pearl and Jewell Sanders this week Mrs M A Sanders and attractive daughter Miss Beatrice visited in Jessamine last week BUCKEYE Oscar Ray and wife visited her par ents at Hyattsville last week Dr J II Pekins attended county court at Richmond Monday- A C Mlles bought of Robt Gulley a nice buucu of cattle at 310 per hun dredJ Teater and wife and Harvey were visiting Mr and O Hill Sunday Prof Sechrest of Kirksville Insti tute was here in the interest of his school last week Mr George Grow and family were visitors of Mr and Mrs Wm Raney at McCreary Sunday Loyd Sanders wife and baby of Mt ITebron were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray Miss Ina Gulley was the attractive guest of Mrs Will Grow of Judson the latter part of last week Rev Jolly of Nicholasville will his regular appointment at Gunns Chapel Saturday and Sunday Jesse Hill attended a birthday din ner at his aunts Mrs Lizzie Walker if McCreary Sunday which was in honor of her daughter Miss Berta Mae it being her sixteenth birthday 8UYANTSYILLE J M Smith was in Lexington the Qrst of the week Mrs Fannie Bryant has been visit ing in Nicholasville W C Rose sold a mule to W B Bur ton of Lancaster for 180 W C Rose has returned home after t lengthy stay at Booneville Miss Reed of Caldwell Collegemade t weeks visit to Miss Anna Kay Jen kinsMrs John Bryant is visiting her Mrs Sam Deatherage of Rich mond Mrs James Spoonamore will leave in i few days for a visit to her parents in IllinoisMessrs Jeff Dunn and John Woods ittended the horse sales at Wilmore MondayChas and family were the quests of Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdette last Sunday Mr Mike Smith of London was the the Misses Leavell Saturday md Sunday Miss Margaret Tomlinson of Lan caster has been visiting Miss Mamie Lee Ballard Mrs Sweeney of Jefferson sonville Ind is visiting friends and relatives here Dr Webb of Lexington was here the first of the week mingling with Us many friends Mrs Comb Mr and Mrs Sam Baker ind Mrs Emma Barr of Wilmore vis ited Mrs W L Glass Sunday Mr Virge Rice and mother Mrs Robert Collier and daughter Miss Daisy of Danville spent Wednesday vith Mrs Taylor Burdette Mrs Alice Adams of Denver Col laB been visiting her brothers Messrs Tack and Tom Dunn Mrs Adams is now In London will return in a fjw days for a longer stay iLrA1l tLLE IOtley tonI 11 Mrs fi I In sister or Richmond relatives Mrs Mattie T glen guest Hannah nut t TOO RICH AND RECKLESS Butler Gives Reason Why Wealthy Peoples Servants Go the Wrong Road You see sir began the old butler according to Everybodys Magazine my son took service with Mr Lingard As honest and wellmeaning a young man he was as ever lived when he started and thats why I want to speak out now and tell you gentlefolks that It aint altogether a servants fault when he goes wrong You dont mean it but youre careless in your talk and its all heard and repeated and set store by in a way youd hardly believe Your fathers and mothers gentlemen and ladies they were different and looked after their servants and their houses different But you dont care what we are like if things run smooth and give you no trouble The tradesmen may be bid to the butler and cook for your custom and the higher the bills are the better it is for them both and half the time you dont take no notice and it gets kind of easy to pick up things in little ways Everybodys too rich and too reckless and thats the whole trouble What do these young men thats waiting on the table hear talked about all the time Why money and how much you can do with It and how mean you look without it Thats not just what you say but thats how they hear It They see extravagance all round them and hear it talked all the time and they go and do the same If you boast of how much youve made playing cards and betting on the races why theyll think its a grand thing to do and theyll do It once too often and be catched like my poor boy I aint defending William but if you will ex cuse me you stole his conscience sir before he stole your silver Youll get back your property but hell never get back what hes if you send him to prison come out worse than he went in He was a good lad when he went to you but you do keep a rather fast house sir and its hard for an Ignorant man to see higher than his betters If youd give him a chance if youd let him off CHINA A POULTRY COUNTRY Farmers of the Orient Handle Enor mous Consignments of Eggs at One Time The keenest of poultry farmers is as Mr Chamberlain once said of himself in another connection a child in these matters as compared with the poul try farmers of China A traveler pass ing through the province of Chekiang a few weeks ago was struck with the enormous number of young chickens carried in the farmers carts he met In the Tintal country He made the subject and at length he was asked by a poultry farmer to go and Inspect his rearing arrangements The plant deals with 10000 eggs at a time and the average product is 5000 chicks The arrangements are simple and but they include opportuni ties for the scientific examination of the eggs In the course of incubation and it is amusing to hear that where the eggs on examination tnrough the testing holes do not show signs of fer tilization at the end of the fourth day they are immediately discarded to be sold cheap FISH BANK IS INTERESTING Discovered Four Hundred Years Ago by Cabot St Johns Is Base of World Industry St Johns is a place teeming with interest It is over 400 years old been discovered by Cabot in 1497 and settled by Devon fisherfolk a few years later since when it has been the base for the worlds greatest fishing industry that for cod on the bank says P T McGrath in Four Track News In its harbor will be found argosies from France Spain Portugal New England and Nova Sco tia all engaged in reaping the harvest from the ocean while the British in dustry was permanently transferred there as the colony the oldest in the empire became settled Along the water front on each side of the landlocked harbor which opens through a gap in the beetling cliffs are stores and warehouses filled with cod while at every wharf steamers and sailors are loading this staple com modity for transport to the markets of the world Craze of the Improver One of the employes of a small manu facturing concern in Gotham says the New York Sun has a craze for taking apart new bits of machinery and seeing the how of their operation As a rule he assembles them again without much difficulty The other day however he assisted In taking down a small electric motor He overhauled It and laborious ly put it together and then gravely an nounced that the blamed thing wont run His employer and the rest of the force worked for the better part of the day in a vain attempt to get the motor to work and then began to quiz the im prover as he is known What did I do to It he replied I didnt do a blame thing to It but improve it I got it all together again the first try and saved these two pieces out of His Weather Eye Now said the employer you will have to keep your weather eye on our competitorsIm I cant answered the new man My weather eye has been poked out by an umbrella The Waterloo of Wealth You have succeeded In everything you have undertaken Yes Mr Dustin Stax but I havent yet tried to give any large sums of money to a church Washington Star YumI Yum Raatua Ah wisht de summah wuz Bean obah Sam Wot yo talkie bout Yo mows laik de summah time Ah do but e de sum maim wuz neah obah watahmillons d be ripe Philadelphia Heard in a Barber Shop What a funny color his hair Is Yassah kind of bay from exposing In a bay I spose No sab from de excessive use of tay rum sab Have a shampoo UCl78iuul Plain Dealer lostand hehell inquiries- on spacious it ribJudge answered yo RastusSo Comes It Inexpensive having always Press window r T y AI111S We guarantee to give you a better ICIbTT bx less 2 O T than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE E E I I r Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad Lancaster Ky tne one price agency If you want to buy sell or rent see us The following is a partial list of what we have on hand at present No 7 126 acres 21 miles from 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 1000 No 12 16 acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 1200 00 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn good house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 2500 34 330 acres well improved brick residence 100 acres in balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 62 50 per acreNo 116 242 acres good brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 126 72 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 3000 per acreNo 132 250 acres in splendid locali ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state or cultivation cheap at per acre No acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grass can be sold for 65 00 per acre No acres 4 miles on the pike well watered 50 per acre No acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 1250 143 Five acres of land on Danville street at a bargain two story business house on public square at 2500 Rent pays 10 per cent Elegant residence on Lexington 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 SALE I will on the premises near Bryants yule 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 termsOne half cash the remainder in two equal amounts one and two years from of sale with 6 per cent interest from said date until paid with a lien reserved on the land to secure the deferred payments Said land contains 170 acres and is the old Wm Berkele home just north of Bryantsville on the tnrnpike road leading from Lancaster to Nicholas ville It is well improved with large and commodious residence barns sta ble tenant house etc I will at same and place sell forcash some farm ing implements household and kitch en furnitureMRS MARY R BERKELE Louisville Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 1905 NOUTII BOUND No 10 504 A 21 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 and Louis ville SOUTII BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard tit Ver non Livingston Corhin Middesboro Norton Jellico and Knoxville No 29 153 P M for Stanford Junction City Lebanon Greensburg Louisville Elizabethtown and Bow GreenNo 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 CO for all points 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 All trains daily except Sunday Time above shown is leaving time from Lancaster Fare the same via either Winchester or Rowland to Louisville 1130 3148 cottage 5000 cultivation improvements 127170 70 133360 13485 new improvements 14227 144A OF LA D tIme Shelbyville westto I I avenue connection connection Louisville r of all kinds for all First The Alarm Second The Loss Third Are You Insured Against Fire J H KINNAIRD General Insurance tIIr8 i FREE ssaa By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co any one can call me Olllce Phone No 31 Residence No 7 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1O00 A R DENNY Pr dldeat JOHN E STORMES Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird I493 g o llJ o 2 o 8 i O o ooooo000000000 ocaooooo000oooomo o I 0 e 9 2 U OOOOOOOOv 00o0000000000000000OOOOO d Business and Bargains For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tl The penalty will be put on all un pail city taxes November 1 oc132t S D Rothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Hasclden Rubinson tf We want your produce at Ward Grocery 2t C D Powell Co have the largest cheapest and best line of shoes in town U The leading represented by Ed C Gaines lljwers promptly for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin also on all kind of rooting work If your farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne mid Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr Tin Work We have purchased a complete set of Tinners tools of the best make and shall be tickeled to serve yOU in any thing you may need in this line Conn Brothers Wanted to trade town property for a farm Address or see IIughes 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 1906 the cottage of Miss Jennie Arnold on Danville street Ithas 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 II111 New stock of watches and clocks at 6 9 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 1021tf Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses gera mums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf New stock of machine needles at C9tf Thompsons Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and In song tt 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 H B Northcott 414 Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson tf For Sale or Rent I will rent or sell the dwelling on Water street formerly occupied by Mrs Paulina RIgney and give posses shun immediately The house is in perfect repair with all and plenty of room to keep cow horse calf etc The place con talus 31 acres For further informa tion apply to W O Rlgnev tf 4 Notice 1013 florist Is and iron 10 6 tt t For Sale RentA I furnished roofing necessary outbuildings 1JE Our Glassware must be closed out regardless of cost in order to make room for Holiday goodsW Ward 2t One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Five pigs weighing about 35 or 401bs each left my place about two weeks Ledger Hialtsville Ky n3 3t Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We will sell lots 100 to 200 bush els of coal cheap for Cash We handle Jelhco Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal lie H 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 Do you ever think where ycu can buy 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 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 Sale My farm near Buckeye consisting of 67 acres of highly land well improved and well watered Address me at Buckeye 27 3t 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 six acres of land Possession given Jan 1 tf Mrs Jas I Hamilton Highest cash price paid for eggs W II Ward 2t I am agent for the Louisville Post Cincinnati Post and Cincinnati Times Star For sale at Frisbies Drug Store Your subscription solicited 18 7tf Howard Withers The W C T U library is open every Tuesday evening from 7 to 8 oclock and on Saturday afternoon from 2 to 3 For sale Best grades Jelllco brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 II B Northcott 20 buff Plymouth Rock cockerels and 10 pullets Pure stock Mrs Alex West 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 Jewltr will give a ticket with every dollars worth of cash purchases On the first day of January the person holding the largest number of these tickets will be given a handsome watch either ladys or gents Dont fall 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 suits you best and where I can make prices on coal and salt surprisingly cheap both in yard or anywhere in o miles of this city Special prices to parties wanting car load lots Will trade any thing I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed phone 145 or call at my office and Buford street J A Jones For Sale Stra oj lightbrown Coal our productive contains tf For Sale 4t old Campl ell tf Semi Cannel corner 815 I A GOOD CISTERN PLAN Arrangement by Which the Water Supply Is Kept Tree from Dirt and Cistern More Easily Cleaned I have had a cistern like the one shown in the cut for 14 years and have always had an unfailing supply of good It gives over the single form or The smaller or receiving cistern shown at right of cut takes the water from the 1 spouts where It mains until has settled to water advantages cIs- tern roo r sediment the bottom The water may be then turned into the larger or main cistern by opening valve in connecting pipe c by the rod d The end of this pipe a Is placed about one foot from the bot tom of the receiving cistern to prevent drawing the sediment into the larger one The check c may be any good gate valve to which the rod d is at tached for opening and closing I find it much easier to clean a small cistern six feet deep than a large one says A writer in Farm and Home This small one may be emptied into the main cistern at any time and cleaned even when the storage cistern is half fullTo prevent possibility of checking cracking in the cement allowing leaks In the side of either cistern where pipe goes through walls should be reinforced as shown with cement on the inside The small cistern can be placed at any reasonable distance from the main cistern With this arrange ment it is not necessary to allow the root first to wash off before turning in the water thus losing what is often the greater part of the rainfall HOW CROPS WERE DOUBLED Report of Consul Frank W Mahin of What Was Accomplished on Poor English Land Consul Frank W Mahin of Notting ham England makes the following re port on experiments recently made in England showing what liberal fertiliz ing will do with naturally poor land In the way of increasing yields Experiments carried out during the past season in this country demonstrate what liberal fertilizing may do with naturally poor clay land In one case a mangold field was divided into five plats one of which was left unmanured for comparison while the others re ceived 48 pounds per acre of superphos phate with and without nitrogenous manure The unmanured plat gave 12 tons of roots per acre Superphosphate alone raised this yield to 20V4 tons superphosphate and 224 pounds of nitrate of soda per acre raised the yield to 27 tons superphosphate and 448 pounds of nitrate raised It to 34 tons and superphosphate and 672 pounds of nitrate raised it to 39 tons The respective increases due to ma nuring on the four fertilized plats were therefore in round figures 7 14 21 and 26 tons per acre and If the cost of the fertilizers be taken into account tha average cost of the increase In roots was less than 73 cents per ered a very cheap price to pay for man golds In a season not especially favor able to their growth The board of agriculture estimates the mangold crop of the country for 1904 at 18 tons per acre The yield of the best plat referred to 39 tons per acre was therefore double averageAn oat crop followed a crop of roots Without manure the yield was 27 bushels of oats and 1904 pounds of straw per acre With 336 pounds of superphosphate per acre the yield was 34 bushels of oats and 2350 pounds of straw and with superphosphate and 112 pounds of nitrate of soda per acre 41 bushels of oats and 2688 pounds of straw while superphosphate with 224 pounds of nitrate applied In two dress ings gave 47 bushels of oats and 3136 pounds of straw In each case the In crease In grain and straw is taken as worth roughly twice the cost of the fertilizers employed in producing itThe board of agricultures estimates 6t normal oat croo Indicate that j connecting tonconsid th 1 F I 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 debilitated 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 not sleep or eat writes Mr J O Beers of 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 Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and when I had taken one bottle I 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 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 Pellets c I 8o worn out run down wreckcould myappetite medicine C OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 yield of 47 bnsneis per acre 3 least ten bushels beyond the average from ordinary soil HELPFUL HINTS Its never too late to begin Now is the time to do things- A good friend is better than gold Give the brooder chick a chance Go fishing later busy now Dont be In a hurry to plow up the AlfalfaThe way to have good credit Is use it Take care of your geese when the fox preaches Now farmer men for hard work But away with worry The most manifest sign of wisdom continued cheerfulness Most disconsolate critter not a wet hen but the farmer who loves the old place but whose wife has an attack of town fever Best Breed of Hogs The best breed of hogs is the breed which help themselves the most cost the least and furnish the most good meat on the cheapest food WOMEN OF FINER TEXTURE More So Than Business Men of the United States Declares Henry James Author In summing up Impressions of his visit to the United States Henry James the selfexiled American comments on the striking between the men and women of this country No Impression he says assaults the visitor to the States so promptly as the over whelming preponderance of the un mitigated business man face with its extraordinary intensity Nothing meanwhile Is more concomitantly striking than the fact that the women all the land appear to be of a finer texture than the men and that one of the liveliest signs of this difference Is precisely in their less commercialized distinctly generalized physiognomic character The only thing is that from the moment the painter begins to look at American life brush in hand he is In danger of in comparison almost nothing else in that is so as this apparent privation for the man of his right kind of woman and this apparent privation for the woman for the right kind of man UNEARTHING OIL IN KANSAS Farmer Made First Discovery But Lacked Means to Put Ideas to Profit The first discovery of oil in Kansas was made by a farmer In Johnson who lived near the old Santa Fe trail and found oil in a well on his farm and sold it to the freighters for wagon grease The early settlers learned from the Indians these oil wells existed In different parts of the state but little attention was given them It required the financial from the Pennsylvania field to stir the pioneer elements to in the undeveloped districts and to bring to the Kansas field men of capital and experience who would not be discouraged by a few dry holes General attention was attracted to the Kansas field in 1873 when the Acres well was drilled at lola where enough gas was found to make it a commercial quantity and show that It existed volume for fuel and lighting purposes Prospecting was rapid the southeastern part of the state with the result that In 1890 many towns were supplied wholly or in part with heat and light for domestic use CAREER OF SANTA CRUZ Has Belonged to Spain England Hol land France Knights of Malta and Denmark career as Santa Cruz In turn it has belonged to Spain which abandoned it to England and Holland Jointly to England alone to Spain again which fell upon the colonists and or deported them all to France which took It from Spain to the Knights of Malta who received it as a gift from France to a private company of Then it was resumed of by France but abandoned so that In 1720 it was uninhabited Then it became a nomans land until i t onget incurable recent author contrast United lover seeing itnothing characteristic county remuneration action insufficient allover Indian adventurers possession 1727 when u 4 t aot- to Frn tGGZ n aa so tt it 10 a LIOUCU t which sold It in tura to tha ring of Denmark In 1801 England took ll once more gave It back to Denmark and took It away again ia a few months held It for eight years and then returned It to Denmark which holds it still Stronger Than Steel A new metal alloy radium arginte ferum has been discovered by two Tuscan engineers It Is composed of copper iron and small quantities of silver radium and phosphorus It is claimed to be of greater strength than steal to be a better conductor than copper to be nonoxidizable and cheap to manufacture Its cdst being about onetenth that of bronze when made in large quantities Its discovery is par ticularly interesting Inasmuch as it was largely an accident After nearly 20000 in experiments one of the inventors happened to throw a two shilling piece into the crucible The coin supplied the ingredients need ed to the proper fusion of the particles and the alloy resulted Signs of a Sikh Gen Gordon a British officer who has written a book on the sikhs the fighters of India says that the signs by which you may know a sikh are these He never cuts his hair but wears his beard looped up over his ears he never smokes or touches tobacco be cause that Is the privilege of the Moham medan but he is allowed to drink spir its and is a great consumer of opium Finally he must have about his person five Ks which Gen Gordon thus enum erates Kees kangi comb to secure the hair tied up In a knot on top of the head kaceh breeches reaching to the knee kard knife and klrpan sword How Names Are MadE The teacher was trying to make out the name of the new pupil a shiny little negro boy Joseph what she said Joseph Propklns Juice meem Joseph Propkins Juice repeated the teacher wonderingly- A hand shot up from the other side of the room and a voice piped out Please teacher Its Joseph the Prophet King of the Jews Tompkins and he lives in our block He cant talk plain yet Town Topics Wise Fools Blessed be the man who Invented the Blessed be the cunning that guided his hand Giving the chance of both pleasure and safety Blissfully rocking the boat tipon N V Sun AFTER THE VACATION i u I repented I celebrated long hair or beard hammock lands rrcanty spend- Ing you sure that you and mamma thought of me while you were away Gracie Oh yes We heard a man kicking up an awful row about his breakfast at the Hotel and mamma said Thats just like papa The Tattler Must Have Been Russell A widow who had a rich friend Picked up a small boy she could slend To him with a note I need money she wrote But he didnt have money to Jlcpd Houston Post After the Ball When the ball was over Wisdom met Folly on the steps as be was going out Ive been looking for you here evening said Wisdom Strange that you were not around You should have looked In the con servatory said Folly Brooklyn Life Practical Girl Why do you waste so many hours on beautifying devices Inquired the oldfashioned woman Why not de vote that time to thinking beautiful thoughts Oh fudge retorted the modern damsel My beau isnt a mind read Sun When the Honeymoon Has Waned The Young you think its right to let your future husband kiss you before marriage The Old One If you like it my dear let him do it while he will he wont worry you much afterwards Ally Sloper It All Depends Dont you think said he that singleness of purpose is an admirable trait in a man It Is she answered frankly it tends to make a confirmed bachelor of him Chicago Daily News Thrifty Girl its all off between Sue and me you back your heart did she but she kept my 200 diamond ring Chicago Sun Social Distinctions First Robin Our neighbors wont speak to us Second not Why they have a nest madeof real curled hair while ours is only com mqn straw Life Habit in Heaven I thought be any work up here St thats Just a New Yorker tearing up the street in front of his mansion says he wants It homto like N Y Sun PapaAre erChicago OneDo unless GeorgeWell GeraldSent GeorgeYes RobinWhy SpiritBut thereto PeterOh 0 ni Ithe twean RECORDIND1ESTiONS The best I can prescribe for your madam is Greens scribe it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause sudden deaths It is heartfailure in its ghastly harvest QYou read in the pap TS of and even robust men with acute indigestion a meal of their dying in cases before a physician be called in should be a to who suffer or periodical attacks of unfortunate of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of August Flower or after their meals would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures Flower indigestion by creating good digestion It regulates the the blood and tones up the entire system in a natural way T QTwo 250 750 For Halo by R E iVIcKoberlft JBoara to uo up I see we are threatened with a lum ber famine and that all kinds of is going up said the fat boarder Do you suppose that will induce the landlady to put up the price of her board asked the thin one Yonkers Statesman A Sleeping Companion you know old Rum fer SIffle Why rather The old chap has slept In the next pew to me at church for the last seven years Ally Sloper His Danger My boy you must learn how to say No firmly and positively WhyBecause you never know when some widow may propose to you Town Topics No One to Quarrel With Do you suppose the time will ever come when all the nations of the earth will be at peace with one another Well Its possible of course that there may be only ono nation left Life In Demand Why Is young Mr Skiggs such a so favoriteHe anything that ever came out of a chafing dish and act as If he enjoyed it Washington Star Keen of Vision Mills Billions is a wonderful man SQ farsighted Bills Yes he can see me three blpcks away sjnce I borrowed 25 from hm Town Topics When Knowledge Comes Elsie Mamma whets will I be old enough to know what love means Her Mother About 20 years after you are married my dear Brooklyn Life Son Lost Mother Consumption runs In our family and through it I lost my mother writes E B Reid of Harmony Me For the past five years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid but he leaned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 0c and 3100 guaranteed at McRoberts drug store Trial bottle free 1m It Is a wise husband who know enough to keep still when the jelly will not jell A poor cook spoils tile borne Mans Unreasonableness- Is often as great as womans But Thus B Austin manager of the of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five pbvsiciands failed to relieve her taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and can now perform all her household duties by R E McRoberts druggist price SOc 1m When we have done our best we have done all A square meal is better whet rounded off with good humor I Thank The Lord Cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured my fear ful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suff for 5 years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store 25c lm The eloquence of the prayer is to sign of its rising qualities- If good clothes made a man all tall ors would be millionaires A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indiges tlon and constipation have sapped it away Prompt relief can be bad in Dr Kings New Life Pills They your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at McRoberts 25c lm I t I know several other physicians who pre suddenlyattacked qThis withregular victims lumber SimmonsDo n a Republican After Guaranteed 4 buildup drugstore 1 e indigestion beating apparently before I red K0AT 1 A k for Sis 1903 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E M A tauaIrU Tnno nv W HOWES TORICOID GLASSES are spectacle and eyeglass lenses ground in a peculiar man so as to give a clearer field o vision other glasses and a sense of freedom and comfort wearer that no other glasses afford and which can be predated only by those who have tried them They arewithout question the most scientifi cally constructed glasses thathaveever been and when BIFOCALS and farsighted combined of any other form of Bifocal Glasses TORICOID GLASSES are made only by T J Howe Co Louisville Ky sold by them and their authorized agents under a that If not satisfaction in ma be returned and the money paid for them will be refunded If you have trouble with your eyes or If glasses have not given you perfect com satisfaction every way write to us about TORICOIO this paper T J Howe Co Opticians LOUISVILLE KY nero singlelens d ltee Jour I nearsighted SOOO A J Tompson R G Pettus J L Hutchins Win Jas R Henry II G Miller WR Cook VA Wheeler Coldiron TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to fill the new positions created by Railroad and Telegraph We want YOUNG HEN and LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators and Station Agents in America Our schools the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in the world 20 years endorsed t y all leading We execute a 250 Bond to every student to furnish him or her front 10 to CO a month in east of the Mountains or from 7 to 4100 n month In- States west of the Rockies Immediately upon graduation can enter at any time No tions For full particulars regarding any of our Schools to our executive office at Cincinnati O Catalogue free The Morse Scoool of Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo N Y Atlanta Oa LaCrosseWls Texarkaua Tex Sass Fraco Cal POSTED The undersigned Hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice SrI e w no Hoc vac D M Anderson Sweeney Morgan S C Rlfsbv W S Ferguson W L Lawson J II Rigsby Mrs P D Gill When we have learned jnst who are our neighbors we have gone a toward getting right No dangerous drugs or coction are taken into the stomach when Ilyomei is used Breathed through the inhaler the balsamic of Hyomei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose and throat and thus kills the catarrhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane and gives complete and permanent cure Hyomei is the simplest most pleas ant and the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit 100 extra bottle 50 cents For sale by R E McRoberts 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas PresentsforSubscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to GOO in all There will be four general pres ents of 100 50330 and 20 anclSixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Ten nessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free 2t 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 H D P A Louisville The Rock Island today announces material reduction In homeseekers rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately l one fare plus 2 for the roundtrip The new rates are about 75 per cent of Vie regular oneway rate for tbe round trip and tickets carry the limit and all tbe 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 i long ways 3e ialcoholic heal- Ing 4 Southern round- trip Hun errord a- very same j J I I Laied Ctvh cot DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATJlOO bottle contains 2 tlm sthe trial sIze which sslla fcr 50 cent 7 4201 A C1 10 lUlttThe orE 4 JYLrIA ILT For Late The best varieties of second crop Dud Northern sorls hook 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 lies val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A flew Treatment For the pores of the skin which beau tifies the complexion Many people especially ladies arc scaly skin blacjc heads and blotches Such ail ments are generally treated with cold cream face witch hazel prepai ations etc which only afford temporary relief if The trouble inactivity of the pores of the skin If the pores are healthy and perform their duties properly the complexion be good unless the person from some chronic trouble A Louisville chemist has succeeded in perfecting product known as when to the face an 7 hands or any part of the body opens the pores removes all unnatural obstructions the circulation and induc ing perspiration Paracamph sweats oul the trouble It washes out the pores of the skin makes them healthy and active thereby giving a smooth rosy satin finish to the skin This new preparation is being used very largely by complexion specialists with the greatest success am1 endorsed by all physicians owing to the fact that it pure harmless Paracamph can be ut any firstclass store or if youi healer does not it order direct from he factory The price is within the ach Sold in 2Zc 50c and 100 bottles Manufactured by The aracamph Company Louisville Ky CCJ EStormes FAVO52ITE FOR WEAK WOMEN I Planting I I j ofall IERcE9s1 I RSCRWTli iJesse DJearen Insurance Agent Solicits a share of thee patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard coun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel WHO PILLS 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 Phvsicdns and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compound ed Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles We handle the very bet Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc Coocooco K X I I I XI I I I I IWSFISH paint1i kKyl OJ PRESCRIPTIONSI- X Prescriptions The most frequent affection of the stomach is catarrh as the delicate membrane which lines the stomach is easily irritated by harmful food or overeating Keep a strict watch firstsymptoms of stomach trouble Take this friendly warning in the spirt in which it is given and profit by it Shortness of breath black specks before the eves furred tongue dizzi ness belching of gases or sour food weakness and debility are all signs of catarrh of the stomach There Is no need to be unduly alarmed for this fore FOLEYS Obstinate racking Coughs that make your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so run down that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia or Consumption are quickly cured by FoJeys Honey and Tar FOLEYS HQPIEY AND TAR soothes and heals the inflamed air pas sages allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold fOLEYS HOMEY IHD TAR Is the only prominent cough medicine oa the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children- It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Foleys Honey and refuse substi tutes that cost you the samo as the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation Consumption Threatened C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn 111 writes I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys HOley and Tar it cured me and I have not been trou bled since Three SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small sizo and the 100 bottle almost six times a much VOID AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC T E Stonuts So much desired by alt 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 has an elaborate line of distinctive WIf HEADWEAR M direct from the Fashion Centers A cordial invitation is sS extended to all to Sc V fesg see the new styles Sg SALLIE D fILLET 1 S1 I 0nI1nT ami tlmORiJI mQ and Colds CURED BY HONEY TAR I Tarand sizes25c That Smooth Finish LaundryIf 1flllffj 7 Jljfff ryJl I Millinery I Miss Sallie Tillet I0 calland JlJlf1Jfffl fftfJ YfflIffflfiJ1 Afl 0 p Friendly Warning No Need to be Alarmed About Stomach Troubles if you use Guaranteed by R E McRobertsMionaCure disease can be cured by Miona It i the only remedy that strikes at the root of the evil and actually cures the diseaseIt not contain opium in any form acids alcohol or any other harmful drug or chemical It is a pu e remedy that heals the irritated mu cous membrane stimulates the solar plexus and aids digestion Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which He sells Mto na It costs but 50 cents a box and your money is returned if it dpes not help you