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THE CENTRAL RECORD SIXTEENTH rEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1905 It NUIBB32 Have your and Guttering REPAIRED We do first class work at reasonablerates Vho will get the marked down 50C per day until first offer atet Price Today as below gets board on ex hibition in our window Cheap at 3500 I Roofing Dont Put It Off JR- A HdseIdefl Sideboard 35 00 34 bO 3OO 5o 1100 w- 3t non Iaa2 3t 30 GO 00 00 nJ ro 190028M 25 00 50 2700 21 0- G f 27 to I 50 2100 50 21 gas 20 00- 2I 00 5 230CO 50- 2i 00 I Hamilton Dunlap I Successors to JA Beazley 4 Co I Beazley Undertaker J A he 4rterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Wear Best Salesman E C BOttlS Wm Herndon G B Sivinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At taw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business o n 7J- I I t R I I CHRIS FARIS t ass MARKS 1 oil S t Dentist Office over Tbompona store Danville st 1 C H F Hillenmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries i- if 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 t c 1j rri Local Notes Prof LeRoy enteatainment at the Court house realized 27 See Dr Homer Anthonys advertise ment eleswhere in this issue The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Ophelia Dunn afternoon Eld F M Tinder is holding night Services at West Point school house this week Tha United Daughters of the will meet with Mrs J A Doty next Monday 13 at 2 30 p m The Christian Endeavor of theChris tian church will give an oyster supper and social on Friday Nov 17 1905 There will be a box supper at Walk ers School House Nov 11 at seven oclock Everybody t ordially invited All persons who wish to contribute to the box for the Mountain school will send the articles to the W C T U next Saturday Doll Sale December 15 and 16 is the date by the CW B for the Doll Sale Orders taken Dont forget the date The Presbyterian Missionary Society and Christian Endeavor will have a Bazaar consisting of fancy and home made candy on December 2 Culrosity Master John brought us several wel developed apples of Maid Blush variety which are part of second crop this year Thanksgiving Market At the W C T U rooms 29th promptly oclock the sale of good things will begin Give your orders for cakes next week 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 top Henry Duncan tf Attention Farmers A meeting of the Tobacco Growers Association will be held at the Cout House next Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock A full meeting is desired for the transaction of important business For Rent or Sale The Splendid storeroom now occupi ed by Joseph Mercantile Company ad joining National Bank One of the best places for business in the city Apply to Hughes and Swinebroad City Election Edward Bishop was elected Mayor opposition The Peoples Tick consisting of J E Stormes S O Denny C D Powell J B Kinnaird J B Conn and S G Haselden was elect ed for City Council by majorities from 71 to 109 votes D W C Armstrong was elected Police Judge by 92 Majority over his nearest Land Sale James Martin of Madison county bought of Zack Elkin 213 acres of land near Marcellus for 820 000 about 94 per acre Jonah Marsee sold 70 acres near Marksbury to Pendleton Cobb of Jessamine county at 80 per acre and Jesse Fox sold 200 acres to Joseph Hammond of Knox county We welcome the new comers and hope to hold those who have sold their farms These and other sales show the demand Garrard county land Important Notice The Ladies of the Methodist church will have an exchange at Postotlice on Tuesday 28th before Thanksgiving Hope the housekeepers of the town will confer special favor on them by buying their dainties for their Thanks giving dinner as they are to pay for a new furnace they are forced to buy As the church memo is and most on outside aid we hope they will be liberally patronized Competing Makes Rates Toe rates of railways are governed by the same laws that fix the price of other necessaries of life There are no exceptions to the rule We can no more change them arbitrarily than we can the price of fish and dour Tne same principles govern in each case What may be a reasonable rate in one section of the country may not be in another The question is purely a one It cannot be generalized or made to fit any formula It is a not a theoretical question There is nothing Ideal about it At the present day it takes experts to make rates The people want good railroad service and they ought to bare it at fair rates but to give them this it is needful that the road be kept in good condition and well equip ped that the trains be sufficiently manned and well bandied that men be employed and fairly paid and that the company avail itselt of all new appliances to make the service more convenient or more safe Shippers are not ignorant fools They know there is great competition by railroads and those who have pro ducts to sell generally know what fair shipping rates are next Saturday Confederacy M Annual Bazaar McRoberts Wednesday- the at 1 bottom- to opponent try- Ing dependent local I practical competent morespeed rooms selected articles n ithout t ranging ber ship smallest 4 The Ladies Aid Society of the tiara church will have an exchange of country produce c at the Post office on Saturday ofternoon beginning about 2 oclock j 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 To Citizens of Lancaster white and blackAllow me to thank you for bringing about my election for Police Judge It is an honor bestowed upon me f r which 1 have not the language to express My gratitudeVery Respectfully D W C Armstrong Tobaco Growers- A meeting of farmers was held at the court house for the purpose of or ganizing and taking stock in the Growers Association with a view to get better prices for their tobacco Our farmers took 84 000 stock and they will be enabled to hold their crops and have something to say about the price they get As considerable to bacco is raised here this action will be worth thousands of dollars county farmers Wilbur R Smith Business College Has educated many young men and women for usefulness independence and Bookkeeping Shorthand Typewriting and Teleg raphy taught by experienced teachers Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded our graduates Great demand for graduates of this College at fine salaries Recognized as the cneapest best and highest honored business college This session 500 students from 20 states have attended Students can begin at any time and receive individual instruction For particulars visit the College S W corner of Main street or address Wilbur R Smith Lexington Ky Sentence Sermons Hope always helps Petulance is self punishment Opportunity wears rubber shoes Nothing fights age better than hap pinessThe heart always finds heartBetter sweet failure than a cessThe best eyed people are those who are blind to some things Sow the seeds of sin and the fruits of sorrow will take care of themselves Friendships sown in youth furnish the apple from the other side of the fenceMost of men feel like giving good measure when malice is in the market The fortunate people are those who believe they are Many a moral squint comes money monocle Most men show their conceit of themselves by their criticism of oth ersA little plain honesty is worth un told professional holiness Its no use trusting to Providence if you find your pastime in tickling the motor end of a mule The orator in tha pulpit needs to remember that no man was ever struck by thunder PAINT LICK Mr Luther Fish is quite sick at this writingMrs B Engleman visited Mrs Guy W Rice Saturday and Sunday Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond spent Sunday with her parents Miss Rella Stuart of Shelbvville is the guest of Mrs Wm Fitzpatrick Mrs Moberly of Richmond has been visiting her son Richard Moberly Mrs Howard of Harlan county is visiting her daughter Mrs Boyd Wynn Miss Lizzie Best entertained a num ber of her friends on Halloween night W 0 Wynn has returned home after a visit to relatives In Jessamine coun tyMisses Wayde Lee Maret and Sallie Adams have been visiting Miss Eliza Rucker Miss Margaret and Jane White have been visiting theirsister Mrs Geoffrey Morgan at Whites Station Mr C C McWhorter and family have returned from Illinois where they re sided the past year The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will give an oyster supper at Fishs Hall on Thursday night Nov 16 Everyone invited to attendRev C S Young and A R Guyn to the A R Synod at Due West S C and Miss Jennie Chalmers and Mrs 0 T Wallace left the 7th Miss Chalmers will remain with relatives and MrsWallace will visit her daugh ters Mesdames Bell and Todd Nov 3 1905 To Ccunty I regret to inform you that your November draft be sent in time for llth inst Money not in Treasury yet You will receive it in time to pay the teachers 18th November Very truly JA8 H FUQUA S P I It to Garrrard thegreatestsuccess the open sour bUC from- a u delegates A Card cannot chris o Tobacco JUDGE A D FORD Reeected by 356 County Election For sufficient reasons the writer does not use the rooster this time tho the entire county ticket was elected by large Democratic majorities We give the majorities as we gather them where there was opposition as follows Hubble for Senator 469 Cochran for Representatives 442 Ford for Judge 35G Ross for jailer 477 Allen for 424 Bourne for Magistrate in the first district 343 The present magistrates were all reelected G M Slier was elected constable in first dis trict William Campbell in PaintLick district J W Huffman at Bryants ville and Raymond Ray at Buckeye assessor DAVID ROSS Reelected Jailer by 477 Dotv for clerk Robinson for county attorney Arnold for Sheriff Miss Mil tie Dunn for School Superintendent and Henry Simpson for coroner had no opposition but received large votes Carpenter prohibition candidate for Senator received 62 votes and Parks for representative on same ticket re ceived 60 votes A majority of about 116 votes was cast in favor of the Con stitutional amendment to return to the viva voce system of voting AI though many were disappointed in the results of the election in the city and county it is true that we will have an excellent public service I I I GEORGE B ALLEN Elected Assessor with his partner W S Carrier on his left Majority 424 Notes Democrats are jubilant A large vote was cast We cant give exact majorities as official count is not made until after press hour We can only run three cuts of can dilates at once and we have selected for this issue the three who seemed to have the strongest opposition and the hardest fight others will be run hereafterIt to the democracy to learn that R L Huoble was elected State Senator by a large majority Lincoln and Boyle counties join Gar rard in rolling up big Democratic ma joritiesNo at the polls Ohio went Democratic Pulaski and Casey elected some dem ocratsA of reform has rolled over the whole country in cities and rural districtsOn night Jim Hamilton said to The Records reporter On to morrow larger Democratic majority will be polled in this county than any that has been polled In a county race since the ciyil war His prophecy has been verified Bryantsville and Lancaster are the1 Democratic strongholds PostElection I Get in the Habit of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co r Eo rJ 1 BUSY BEE GraphophoneABSOLUTELY One In Each Home A Gift to Our PATRONS Heres Our Offer Which is the greatest ever made in the history of trade With every 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 worth of 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 Of Dry Goods Cloaks Furs and Shoes We are recognized as the greatest value givers on high grade Dry Goods Cloaks Furs and Slues in this section of the State and in this great 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 II purchase premium COMPANY Every thing and Uptodate Fall and Winter GOODS Arriving daily at H T I I in I I LOGANS WANTEDCorn 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 Hour 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 f 5 We invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering jand all kind of Repairing Will sell Iron and Felt Roofing at astonishing low prices for a short time This is your opportunity your patronage solicited Conn Bros E L Woods Prest W C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I bt rr H W i I I I I Aft A mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm I Roofing I I I WJIIlUI111UlIIlUlt111 l1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU I II II MMI I a i lU 7 Statmt condition June 30 190o RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 734S9 10 overdrafts 351 M Due from banks 12213 47 Banking House and Lot 1500 00 Mortgages 10S87 00 Cash Mitt 13 Furniture and Fixtures lCOO Oil tl03tjrj 00 Capital Stock Fund 5333 34 Individual Deposits 8VSOO 26 11030X5 60 16000 00 Lit RILITES CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 533334 Dm sIir COY RGGOVN J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S WOODS BURROWS- E L W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance 0 IF YOU WANT AN OLD HICKORY WAGONNow is the time to get it We are offering special bargains on all kinds of Wagons Buggies Surries PHAETONS ETC To reduce our stock for winter Call and see us ROMANS ELMORE I Ii I ri I S fIX s p e z o C ooeo eo Go0 ooze- S e 0 Q e CENTRAL fiSCGH initial Weekly iod LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at Poet Office in Lancaster Ky at Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association and w F ji per lear tiLe 5econd Class I Lancaster Ky November 10 igo5 In a speech The Patriotism of county has gone For ten years this land has enjoyed material wealth and prosperity such as the world has never before seen and that time this madness has come upon us in full force We forgot the commandment Thou shalt not steal and we are taking the puss Lion that it does not matter how mon ey is obtained so long as it is got We CUll cot continue in this road and secure the contlnuence of free institutions The dangers of peace will destroy this country at the present rate just as certainly as a dis astrous war This is true to the letter The love of money is the greatest danger that confronts us and it with the labor question will destroy our nation The recent promises that the rulers of Russia Austria anti China have made to the people demonstrates the fact that liberty is marching forward The down trodden people have certain inalienable rights and the trembling rulers have consented to give them Freedom of speech freedom ol conscience freedom of assembly free dom of press and universal suffrage with the power to elect representa tives and frame a constitution res tricting the powers of the rulers are demanded and will be given to the peo pie The only trouble is that they may claim too much liberty which would be dangerous Government is found in its perfection between an absolute monarchy and a liberal re public Since a measure of liberty is being granted the Russian people it is that they are incapable of self government and the task of civilizing and educating them will be a gigan tie one It has been truly said that every dollar pent in education saves live in charity and criminal The same thing applies in our own country If we would keep peo pie from crime we must educate them It is a wellknown fact that most of the crime committed here is among the ignorant and the illiterate who know nothing of moral duty and obligation Tax paid for the support of good schools is money well spent for the good of society and to save the expenses incurred by an ignorant In the month of October the ex penses of the Federal Government the receipts by nearly five dollars although there was no falling off in the revenue which was over 50000000 and would be over 600000000 a year while the expenses are over 600000000 The govern ment is expending more than ever and is time to call a halt BEDNA VISTA Mrs J J Poor is ill Will Scott bought of John Eason several barrels of corn at 150 Mr Albert Spencer and son Joe re turned from Stanford Sunday Mr Bradley Cunningham and wife of Louisville are with friends here A large number from this section court at Harrodsburg lastMon dayCharles Robinson bought of Arnold of Jessamine 48 sheep at 84 00 per headMrs A T Scott and sister Miss Myr tle Ruble were shopping in Harrods burg one day last week Miss Merrell Stratton of Pollard visited Miss Florence Christopher Saturday and Sunday Charles Scott made a business to Lexington Friday lIe was by Master Reb Dismukes Mrs Wm Johnson and children who had been visiting Mrs Spoonamore left last Thursday for a few days stay in Burgin before going on to where she will make her home The Prohibition Alliance meeting elected officers at Its meeting last week Mr Cyrus Eason was elected P for Oklahoma the Alliance regret to lose such excellent members as Mr Terrill and wife On last Thursday morning at two oclock the death angel claimed for his own the spirit of Mr Dudley aged 89 Mr Barnett enjoyed the distinction of being the oldest man In this section He was a highly respected Christian gentleman an obliging neighbor and kind father and husband He leaves a and nine children to mourn their loss Funeral services and interment at Mt A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indiges tion and constipation have sapped It away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings New Life Pills They your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store 25c Ira PeaceGov HanlyIndlanasaldThls moneymad hav demanded apparent prosecutions people exceeded million before I t attended accompanied Baltimore Barnett wife II buildup during indefinitely ti presidentS Olive t SHE ONLY AT NIGHT THESE CONNECTICUT BOYS ARE HUMAN OWLS dieted with Disease Which Puzzles Scientists They Suffer in the Daytime But Play Joyfully After Dark Derby to lead lives like owls Is the fate of two little East Hartford boys to whom day is night and night is day These boys can see only in the dark or in a very dim light While other boys are at play in the bright sunshine they steal away into sunless corners there to await the fall ing shadows that alone bring sight to their dayblind eyes Long after youths twice their age are in bed and asleep they keep up their play with top and marbles and tin soldiers So spry and wide awake are they after dark that midnight finds them loath to sleep away any part of their day and nearly always they are bun dIed off to bed under protest Medical science and opthalmic skill are power less to remedy this perversion of sight The are Hyman and Abel White the only children of Mr and Mrs Sam uel White of East Hartford Hyman is nearly seven years old and Abel is four With both the defect of vision is congenital Since the birth of the younger child their parents have sought the advice of the most celebrated in the country who with one ac cord have pronounced the cases irre mediable The sight of Mr and Mrs White is not detective or abnormal in any way nor was that of the grand parents or greatgrandparents of the boys Dr Samuel B St John of Hartford an oculist who was consulted by Mr White said recently Nyctalopia is a medical term for being able to see only at night but it is also used to express inability to see at night the exact for which however hemeralopla is the usually accepted expression The White children were born with the for mer defect and no sure remedy there for is known to the medical profession Somewhere back several genera tions one or more ancestors of these boys was similarly affected and now the disease after skipping many per sons has settled in these young per sons Albinism is due to a lack of pigment but its distinguishing characteristics of pink eyes and white hair are not pres ent in the White boys whose eyes and hair are dark like those of their parents- It is a noteworthy circumstance that Hyman Cohn a 15yearold boy who lives across the street from the Whites has an eye affection that permits him to see only in the brightest light Cohn Buffers from hemeralopia or night blindness He cannot go abroad alone at night WORLDS HIGHEST HOTEL New York Syndicate Arranges for FortyStory Eclipse Everything New 40story hotel will soon be constructed in Thirtysecond street west of Broadway on the site of the old House of All Nations When this structure is completed it will be the highest hotel building in the world and one of the most magnificent The plans have so far progressed that bids for the work will be advertised for in a few days The property is situated 175 feet west of Sixth avenue at its juncture with Broadway In ond street Its ground dimensions are 125 feet width and 200 feet depth through to Thirtyfirst street show that the best of rock can be found within 30 feet of the present surface and that a sky scraper unsurpassed anywhere on earth can be built with absolute safety There will be accommodations In the hotel for 2200 patrons which will make it the largest In the world in that Five hundred single rooms with baths will be provided and in every suite of parlor bedroom and bath will be a refrigerating box for wines and provisions All the beds are to be of brass and the furniture will be of ma hogany Another novelty will be Iced water for drinking purposes laid on in every mom FINDS TREE DEEP IN BOO Historical Society Is Puzzled Over the Belie Unearth Char coal Also Vineland N J Former Postmaster Theodore A Gardner of South presented the Historical society with part of a tree trunk found 45 feet below the surface of the ground in the Clayville clay pits Near by the tree was found an quality of charcoal How it got there is not known The tree lay north and south and was below a strata of clay imbedded in a sea of black muck of the consistency of jelly Local geologists cannot tell whether the tree and charcoal were washed here from the north during the glacial period or were deposited by an upheaval of the sea thousands of years ago The wood of the tree was not petrified as Is often the case with samples found in muck nearer the surface Hones of Two Giants Found Two skeletons each measuring more than seven feet in length were ered in a gravel pit in Forest near pu Lack Wis The skulls are as large as those of two ordinary persons and the thigh bones are almost six inches longer than those of a sixfoot man The bones are in a good state of preservation The Ekeletons are thought to be the remains of some prehistoric race As Others See Us You say queried the editor thatyou are descended from Shakespeare Thatg what I said replied the wouldbe versifier Well continued the man behind the blue pencil the descent must have been something Chicago News Early in the Game The honeymoon was just two weeks old John dear she said I made some angel cake this morning Ah darling mine old cake would be angel cake if you =h ConnDoomed oculists opposite BuildingWill YorkA running Bor- ings foundations respect Vine- land excellent man boys Thirty se dts fierce any trTitlCWcago Newer c can uta BOURN Allen Sherrow sold oue hog to Sam Morford for 4 25 Wm Duncan bought a hog of JIll bert Turner for 85 James Morford visited his brother Sam Morford Sunday Mr J P Hamm bought a work horse of Lewis Leavell for 41 Sam Morford bought two hogs from J C Turner for 425 per 100 Ibs Mr Joe Turner sold one hog to R Carpenter for 1 23 per hundred Mr Luther Ray and bride were Leonard Nave and wife Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Leonard of Flatwoods were visiting Allen Ray and wife the latter part of last week Master Mackie Turner ville spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle Joe C Turner Messrs Lewis Clark arc erecting a new dwelling on their farm they re Gently purchased of C M Jenkins Mrs Harrison Duncan and son of Boyle are spending several weeks with her mother Mrs Liza Sherrow who has been quite ill Mrs Nancy Marsee who has been spending several months in Middles boro returned home lat week by Mrs Janie Turner who will spend several weeks with her cousin Thomas Turner John II Posey was here last week buying calves Miss Connie M Temple paid a pleas ant visit last week to her friend Miss Jennie M Wheeler Mr and Mrs W T Watson are in Pu laski county visiting Mr Watsons aged mother and other relatives John Wheeler and Zack Simpson have been appointed administrators of the estate of W A Wheeler deceas ed Mr W G Jones traveling salesman for a wholesale house in Cincinnati returned to his home here last week after being gone several ery body was glad to see him MrJones Is indeed a gentleman and a tip top good fellow We poor fellows down here who raise Burley tobacco tor a living are rejoiced to know that Garrard has done duty to uphold the growers elation We bid it Gods speed We wish to express our to Mr Joe A Ross our county chairman for his untiring efforts in behalf of the 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 winch I had for 5 years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store 25c 1m 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 cad 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 E of Bryants ville Ky about one half 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 farms in Garrard county especially adapted to the raising of corn hemp and tobac co Bear in mind that this is an abso lute sale Fur further information write G T Higginbotbam admr Dan ville 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 in two equal payments due in one and two years from first day of Janu ary 1906 with interest at 6 per cent from date until paid with a lien upon the land to secure the payment of the notes All sum for personal property under 810 cash all sums over 810 note with out Interest with approved surety due January 1st 1900 Sale will begin promptly at 10 oclock G 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 same at once All those against the estate will please file same with out delay with my attorney J E Rob moon properly verified according to law G T Higginbotham Admr with the will annexed of the estate of Jno W Dunn decd vis- Iting or IIlatts accompanied NINA monthsev thanks association suffered I will on remainder retained having claims 1 ass 21- r o Window Glass ALT SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength McRoberts Drug Store LEWIS Y LEAYELL President YALKEK Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jjoooo SURPLUS fioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTOKS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson Portland and Black Diamond Cement Lime and Window Glass Stormes Drug Paint Store 4X Paints Oils and Putty I I d 2II t- I ii I 1 XOOOOOC OCc OO OCCCCC x II J J It J J J Walker T M ru J I I Irn 0 I g t a y d Arnold o o tp o o o r d Ei l Friendly WarningN- oNeed to be Alarmed if you use Miona Cure Guaranteed by R E McEotertsboobles 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 for the first symptoms 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 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 dizziness disease can be cured by Ali o na It is 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 It is a pure remedy that heals the irritated mu cons membrane stimulates the solar plexus and aids digestion Ask R E McRoberts to show you the guarantee under which lIe sells Mio na It costs but 50 cents a box and your money is returned if it does not help you orchemical s 1 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 is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscriptionyearly 4 to W P WALTON Mgr A r A i i J t j a i Ii J I lit I IfJSendremittance i BOWLING GREEN KY Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic f Catalogues and Journals Free ocJC Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business and National School of Telegraphy C SECURB POSITIONS M Comm GRADUATE CHERRY President Dowling Green KY I J nwn ou wn wuoJI Address W H AIi Ii 4 1iu a fEr P 60rn I NOVEMBER 27 1905 GOLD i i ShOW H X1000 in Best 20 ears corni All corn must be entered by Sat Nov 25 at 6 PM 1 I 31 Ot ory c ttli m i I MOUNT ELKIN Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Judge M was here a few days since Mr Owen Shugars was in Richmond the past week Shirley Elkin has been in Louisville for a few days Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is visiting relatives here Col A II Rice of Louisville has rjeen here telling a few Mrs Murphy of Wilmore is visit lug her sister Mrs A D Ford Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford was a visitor here the past week Will Collier of Middlesboio was hire TucsJny to cast his vote Mrs It C King of New Orleans is the guest of Mrs J E Stormes Mrs W C Price of Danville h s been visiting Mrs Martha Frisbie DrJ A Amon and wife have been visiting his parents near Stanford Mr Herbert Price and bride of Dan villehave been visiting relatives here Mr Burton of Somerset was the guest of Miss Bruce Pumphrey Sun day JIrs Ada Kinnaird has been visiting her brother Mr John Marrs of Rich mondMr Robert Walker and wife of Per ry ville were visitors of relatives here this week Miss Florence Abbot of is the guest of Miss Jennie Parks at Paint Lick Mrs William daughter Alma have returned to their home in Mobile Ala Mr Ike Dunn wife and baby of Bry antsville were visitors of Mr and Mrs J C Saulley Shelbyville erkele and i I I Ti i I I i I quI Dee Gulley Sunday Miss Flora Zeigler has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Louis ville and Cincinnati Mr and MrsGrundy Burnett of Law renceburg have been guests of Dr and Mrs William Burnett Miss Rella Arnold who has been relatives in Knoxville Tenn returned home Monday Hamilton of Middles boro spent with her Mrs Nannie Hamilton Mrs Emma Hare and Miss Nannie Hare of Nicholasville are guests of Mrs McClelland Johnston Mrs Alexander Kennedy who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Banks Hudson has returned to Lexington Misses Carrie Anderson and Louella Arnold visited Miss Stella McWhorter at Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Frisbie entertain ed Saturday evening in honor of Mr Herbert Price and wife of Danville Mesdames M F Elkin of Lexington and Ed Moritz of Atlanta have been visiting Mrs T S Elkin Danville The many friends of Mr G S Green leaf are glad to see him out again after being confined to his room for several w eks Will West Jr and Herbert Kin naird attended a masquerade College at Danville Monday nightA of the beautiful little daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Ilaselden appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Mrs Banks Hudson and pretty little daughter Porter Scott are visiting Mrs A Kennedy and daughter Miss Gussie Kennedy Mr William Brent Metcalf and bride are again with Judge R A Burnside and wife before leaving for their home in Nashville Kansas Prof Milton Eiliottof North Middle town was here Sunday and preached at the Christian church Everybody was delighted to see him and hear him Cordie lastSunday mother avenue at visiting Miss Caldwell FALL MILLINERY AJ U 11 IuuJ My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable Ic r i 1 ij1JJ1ntW AItJi trv Pl II SIQYlS prices You are cordially invited TTLI BEfifiIE BPOIDDZ I M- 1TOVE You will save both money and coal by buying one of our STOVES Come and see the best and all the patterns inStoves HASELDEN and ROBINSON III j latest preach Mrs Mollie Swope of Indianapolis Ind and Mrs William Moberly of Knoxville Tenn were visitors or rela lives here this week Miss Margaret Mount has returned from Nicholasville where she was a brides maid at the Pentz Hoover wed ding which is described by the press of that city as a very brilliant event Senator Farris will likely be at home until Jan 1 as his Furniture company is behind in filling orders to the amount of 200000 This show the and his associates are hustlers Miss Joan Mount entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Annie Herndon It was a very affair and it together with charms of the hostess will be long re membered An elegant refreshment was served Those present were Will West Jr Ethel West Annie Joel Walker Jr and Willie Fox LoganOn evening of Oct 25th Dr Win Lackey was married to Miss Berrette Anderson daughter of Col D B all of Gallatin Tenn Dr Lackey was a son of Mr Sam E Lackey of Stanford The wedding was the swell society event of the season Af ter a bridal trip of ten days they will return to Gallatin and live with the grooms parents He is a nephew of Mr D M Lackey of this city FIFTIETH ANNIVESARY William H Wherritt Lancaster 18551905 Mary Jane Miller Kentucky By Kugcnia Dunlap Potts God bade the loving twain unite In heart and mind be one Forsaking all together ding He spake and it was done And since the mandate sounded forth The world h s never known A sweeter gentler nobler pair Than this we call our own True love the only tie that binds Has held their wedded life No turmoil marred their peaceful years Nor variance nor strife Their household gods were faith and trust Their fireside spirit praise Our daily Kingdom come The watchword of their days Fair children came to bless and cheer Gods tiny olive leaves He gave them all and some he took His angels garnered sheaves Affliection spread its gloom around A test of heavenly grace Yet from a chastening Providence They rose with smiling face Thus handin hand they climbed the hill Each with the other blest So when they reach the sunset slope Together may they rest To rise again in Paradise Their full fruition won And hear the plaudit waiting there Ye faithful ones well done MT HEBRON Mrs Bettle Scott is quite sick at this writing Mrs Alex Dean issuffering intensely with her eyes Rev Benj Urton of Hanly preacded for us the fifth Sunday Robt Montgomery McWil Hams 14 bbls corn at 81 75 delivered Miss Valona Duncan and Mr John Jackson attended preaching at Wil more Sunday The singing school taught at this place by Mr James Johnson of High Bridge will close Sunday Messrs Henry and Elgan Montgom ery each sold a horse last week the former getting 175 the latter 140 John Walker wife and two Pattie and Emma were pleasant guests of Mr Dennis Scott and family and Mrs Scott Mesdames Annie and Sibyl McMillan and children who have been spending a few weeks with their mother Mrs Montgomery have returned to Nor real III accompanied by their Miss Mary Preston Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans But Thos B Austin manager of the of Ind was not unreasonable when he refused 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 phvsiciands 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 50c im Dr Homer Anthony OSTEOPATH Gaines Hotel 8 to 12 Ito4 Senator Hern- don Anderson formerly breadThy sold Jas daughters E F niece Republican Leavenworth After Guaranteed j 6 4t e 8 t e Ii delightful tallow Office Hours o PllEAUllEKSVlLLK E Foley it at Jellico with his second load of hogs j Bob Thompson has moved to the G W Evans E Parish sold 3GO Ib hogs to J L Hutchins for 4Jc Walter Jordan has moved to the Holtzclaw property Mrs Mallie Ledford who has is improving J H Rigsby sold 12 yearling steers to Gaines for 2Jc Ben Lunceford of Paint Lick was with home folk Sunday John Rigsby sold 25 barrel of corn to D M Henderson 85 delivered The Masonic Lodge has changed the time of meeting from 2 p in to night J W Cummins who is on duty at W II Cummins and J D Horton sold some 900 Ib cattle to J II Baughman for 3c J L Payne will build a large shop house on his place which he has recent ly bought Mr G A Brown and wife spent Sun day with their mother Mrs Victoria has refused an offer of 250 for a jack colt which is only a month old Mrs Cummins Is visiting her Mr J L Pettus will go to Tennessee in a few days to visit his son who is agent for the L N railway- W B Bennett and family left for Territory last week where they will make their future home BUYAiNTSVILLE Mr and MrsW L Glass spent Monday at Harrodsburg Miss Wadelee Marit is visiting rel atives at Paint Lick The Misses Leavell have been relatives in Stanford Mr Hiatt of Ill h the guest of his aunt Mrs Sam Ilaselden Mr and Mrs Fayette Brooks of Lex ington werehere this week Mr and Mrs George Jean of Danville visited Mrs Mary Berkele recently Mis Margaret Crawford of Jackson has been the guest of Mrs Greenberry Rose Mrs C C Becker spent a few days in Richmond last week the guest of Mrs Sam Deatherage Misses Mattie Deane of Jessamine and Daisy collier of Boyle are visiting Mrs Taylor Burdette Mr and Mrs W T Woolfork of visited Mr and Mrs W J Hagar last week The occasion being Mr Hagans 73rd birthday Mr Henry Tomlison bought the farm of Mrs Mary Berkele containing 170 acres at 50 per acre Mr Tornlin son will move there in a short time McCHEAKY John Hill shipped 1 car load of cattle which averaged him 2cts Roy Beazley sold to Forest Stapp one 4 year old mare for 150 Walker Bradshaw bought of Davis Coffee his entire crop of corn at 140 Miss Cleo and Ruth Royce visited their school mate Miss Edna Gully this weekMr Harve Arnold leaves this week for a few weeks visit to his home in Texas Mr Geo Saddler who was crippled several weeks ago by a horse falling on his foot is improving slowly Miss Annie Holtsclaw who is at Walker school house Is basket supper next Saturday night Proceeds for benefit of school house MANSE Mrs Sallie McCormackwho has been on the sick list bass about recovered Mrs Edward Harden has been visit sng her sister Mrs Jake White at HubbleMiss White andsister of Lin coin county have been spending sever al days at Capt Dotys The Ladles Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will give a Chrysanthemum show and candy sale at the residence of Rev Nov 14th at 2 p m There will be a beautiful display of flowers and a quantity of delicious home made both of which will be sold at very reasonable prices No admittance fee Come out and help in this noble cause 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 Discos 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 50c and 8100 guaranteed at McRoberts drug sto bottle free lm Notice All parties having claims against the estate of W A Wheeler decd will present the same before January 1st 1906 properly proven to the under signed at Nina Ky or their attorney J M Rothwell Lan caster Ky Nov 10 1905 John Wheeler Zack Simpson no Admrs placer pneumonia W P for fewdays AndersonJ W C HenryNewland spendIng visit- Ing prepar- Ing for a Frlarson Tuesday candy re- TrIal 10 t C Indian Lexington teaching 3E PA1TS of all kinds for all L We guarantee to you a better for lessthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE PAJ T O EYII 1 give 1 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 7 120 acres 2i miles from near pike good improvements well watered price 55 per acre No 11 30 acres in good near pike cottage house and small barn cheap at 1000 No acres adjoining the abovo 30 acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No 31 18 acres new barn good house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 31 330 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 0250 per acreNo acres good brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 126 72J acres on the pike G 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 per acre No acres in splendid local ty a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lands in high state of cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No 133 360 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 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 1100 we can suit renters and purchasers tf Special Homeseekers Rate via Southern Ry On the first and third Tuesdays in November and December the South ern 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 II Hungerford D P A Louisville The Rock Island to day announces material reduction inhomeseekers rates to its Southwesternterritory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed on a basis of approximately one fare plus 2 for the roundtrip The new rates are about 75 per cent of the regular oneway rate for the round trip and tickets carry the same limit and all the privileges of stop over 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 Louisville Nashville Railroad TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NORTH BOUND No 10 504 A M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cincin nati Lexington Frankfort Shelby vine Louisville Mt Sterling and Ash landNo 30 244 P ai for Winchester Paris Maysville Cynthiana Lexing ton Frankfort Shelby ville and Louis SOUTH BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt Ver non Livingston Corbin Middesboro Norton Jelllco and Knoxville No 29 153 P M for Stanford Junction City Lebanon Greensburg Louisville Elizabethtown and Green No 9 820 P Stanford and way points Train No 10 makes direct at Winchester 737 A M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville and at 855 A M for all points east to Ashland Train No 30 makes direct at Winchester 438 P M with C 0 for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct at Rowland 1230 for all points south to Norton Va and Knox vine Tram No 29 makes direct connec tion at Rowland 213 P M for all points north to All trains daily except Sunday Time above shown is leaving time from Fare the same via Winchester or Rowland to Louisville Lancaster 1246 cottage 2500 116242 improvements 127170 3000 132250 13485 new improvemenns 14227 144A round- trip Louise II a- very Bow- Ing Mfor connection connection connection P M I f neighborhood wills Louisville Lancaster either First The Alarm Second The Loss Third Are You Insured Against Fire J H KINNAIRD General 1 iisnraiiceBy 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 1OOO A H DENNY Pr aldent JOHN E STORMES Vice Prttt 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 i FREE I o I2 8 O romooooo00000000000000 00000000000000 0 1493 3 0 A 0 1 8 0A Cashiers0 0 8 0000000000000OOO0000d OOOOOOOOOOmOO O Business and Bargains For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf The penalty will be put on all city taxes November 1 oc132t S D Rothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Ilaselden Robinson tf We want your produce at Ward Grocery 2t C D Powell Co have the largest cheapest and best line of shoes in town 1013tf The leading florist is represented C Gaines flowers furnish ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf Wanted 1000geese at highest mar ket price II B Cabinet mantels and grates Ilaselden Robinson tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin also on all kind of rooting work lOOtf If your farm is for sale list it with the Boner Real Estate Co Somerset Ky We are in touch with the Wayne and Pulaski county buyers Yours very truly 9 29tf J A Boner Mgr We have purchased a complete set of Tinners tools of the best make and Conn Brothers Wanted to trade town property for a farm Address or see Hughes Swinebroad Wanted 10000 dozen fresh eggs at 20c per doz II B Northcott New Cottage and necessary improve menu 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 1900 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 317 J W Hill New stock of watches and clocks at 69tf Thompsons Stoves of all kinds Haselden Robinson tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Joseph store and order the Ladies Home Journal Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses germ niums chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf New stock of machine needles at 69tf Thompsons Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf For house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A W J Romans Ruberold Roofing Haselaen Robinson tf j Tobacco Show- I will give a ton of coal to the tarn bringing me the best five pounds of bright leaf Burley Tobacco by Satur day T remr on which day the premium will be awarded by comp tent judges J A Jones Notice unpaid N rthcott and iron Tin Work anything For Sale RentA McCreary I 10 21tl bargain- S 4tf er A C b- Ed rooting safer y 1It2OUnI t Our Glassware must be closed out regardless of cost in order to make room for Holiday goods W H Ward 2t One Whitman Hay Press Apply to R P Gregory Point Leavel Ky Strayed Five pigs weighing atout 35 or 40 Ibs each left my place about two weeks ago Two are black and 3 a light brown One black one is a gilt Jas Ledger Hiattsville Ky n3 3t Now is time to lay in your winter fuel We wih sell lots 100 to 200 bush els of coal for Cash We handle Jelhco SemiCannel Brilliant Black Bear and Dorchester smokelss Get our prices before buying Leavells old stand Threshing coal He II B Northcott A stray black spotted sow has been with my hogs for some time Owner can get same by paying for feed and this notice T B Walker oc20 3t Do you ever think where ycu can Wanted 10000 good fat turkeys at highe3t market price 2t H B Northcott For Rent To reliable man with small familracottage on easy terms Also a small wheat and corn if preferred A p 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 watered Address me at Buckeye 27 3t Andrew Bogie Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the 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 II Ward 21 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 tt 20 butt Plymouth Rock cockerels and 10 pullets Pure stock 4t 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 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 will given a handsome gold watch either ladys or gents Dont tail 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 5 miles of this Special prices to parties wanting car Will trade any I have for corn and hay always paying highest market for kinds of feed phone 140 or call at my office corner Campbell and Buford street J A Jones 815tf For Sale Coal cheapestTry productive Ben e For Sale CONSUMPTIONS WARNING T Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms Da C G CSEEN aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be noted by anyone of average no disease known that so warnings of its approach as consumption no serious can be so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschees German which is made to cure consumption JIt is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings are in the that wont quit the congestion of the bronchial tubes the of the lungs ac companied by frequent expectoration JBut no matter how your even if dread consumption your lungs German Syrup effect a cure as it has in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble fNew bottles 25C Regular size 750 At all druggists by II E JTIcKobcrU IS ALWAYS JUST AS GOOD Another Piece of Impertinence That the Shopper Is In For from Druggists They were matching experiences In order to kill time and one of them remarked that he had struck a new wrinkle In the drug stores that him says the Providence Journal Its well understood he explained that wherever you go these days when youre on a shopping expedition something thats just as good as the thing you ask for and want will be forced on you whether youre after a yeast cake or a smoked ham Thats to be expected And half the time youll have to take something thats just as good or go without because they dont keep your brand Moreover youll be informed that nobody keeps your brand and that theres precious little demand for it among people of intelligence so that before youre through youll be more than half ashamed of yourself for expressing a preference All thats commonplace but lately as I said Ive noticed a new ono Ill order a bottle or package of a mixture Ive always used and when the apothecary Is wrapping it up with that deft touch apothecaries have hell look at me compassionately and say in a soft purring tone of voice Weve a preparation of our own we consider far superior to this and we sell it 19 cents cheaper His bottle or package he adds Is much larger than the one youre buying That kind of conversation makes me a little tired and provoked and dont quite see what it means What differ ence does it make to the druggist which portion of his stock I carry off I have to pay his prices and he can charge me whatever he sees fit whether I take one thing or another TEMPLE IS DEEP IN DEBT Yokohamas Famous Worshiping Public Auction One of Yokohamas most famous temples the Higashi Hngwanjl has fallen into difficulties through debt A Japanese paper says The fate of the impecunious has at length over taken this celebrated temple Its prin cipal creditor the Kitahama Ginko to which it owes a sum of 530000 yen 265000 seems to have behaved with the greatest moderation But the priests chiefly their lord abbot Count Otani seem to have acted in an im possible manner All the temples property movable and immovable will be put up for public sale The mova bios are to come under the auctioneers hammer They comprise 25 pairs of sixleaved goldfoil screens and 1336 other articles many of which would doubtless be much cherished by Presumably the devotees of the Shinshu sect will interefere to prevent the destruction of their great temple It seems but yesterday though it was in truth in 1882 that we heard of men subscribing large sums to buy build ing material and women cutting off their hair to make ropes for drawing the colossal timbers NEW WHITE PLAGUE CURE Tapeworm Is Natural Enemy of and Is Regarded as a Sure Preventive The Mexican consul general at Ayres informs his government that by a late scientific discovery It has been proved that the tapeworm Is the natural enemy of the germ of con sumption and that the latter cannot exist when the other is present He further says that the eminent L James and H Maudoul after a profound study of the subject assert this as a fact in a paper recently laid before the Academy of Science at Paris The tapeworm is said to prevent the organism from being infected with bacilli and It has been proved In the case of a consumptive affected with tapeworm that he recovered his health To establish the efficacy of this remedy the doctors Injected a liquid prepared from the taenia Into several consumptives which action resulted In retarding the progress of the disease In the worst cases while in others It resulted In a complete cure Told by Sense of Smell I Snakes have a very keen sense of smell by which they are largely guided in the choice of their food A zoologist has discovered that the larger snakes at zoos often refuse to eat rats captured about the buildings but quickly devour those caught out of doors Rats taken indoors were kept for a day or so In a cage with an earthen floor after which they were rapidly eaten A similar experience was had with smaller snakes copperheads these declining to eat house mice letting them run freely about the case or even over their bod I I In telligenceqThere alreadyattacked For ale puzzled PlAce Is to De Put Up at a virtu- osI Tuberculosis Bue- nos scientists tuberculosis completely positively lie couh quickly fiisrcied if they had been dead for come little tia6 Turn About Pair Wldbvrrii marry you if you give up smoking Fond Suitor You ask too much than you are asking of give your weeds Cleveland Leader Conductors Must Be Scholars Conductors on the German state are to be discharged unless they can pass an examination In the English and French languages Some of them have been 20 years in the service Diplomat Has Nickname Baron Speck von Sternberg German ambassador is the only member of the diplomatic corps who can boast the pop ular distinction of a nickname He Is known as Speck HAND PLUGS LEAKING BOAT Girls HalfHour of Torture Saves Herself and Companion Res cuers Arrive MIddletown N Y Holding her hands over a hole In a rowboat for over half an hour Miss Hattie Manley of New York saved herself and Mrs John Hoffman of the same city from drowning in Hennessys lake at Circleville Miss Manley and Mrs Hoffman were rowing on the lake in a flat bottom boat when a stump was struck penetrating the boat which commenced to fill rapidly Miss Manley was the first to recover her wits Seizing a dipper she tossed it to Mrs Hoffman saying desperately You ball out as fast as you can and maybe I can take care of this leak Miss Manley wrapped both hands about the end of the stump which projected through the bottom of the boat press ing them against the jagged cut This lessened the inrush of water and Mrs Hoffman who had begun to use the dipper energetically soon got the water down to several inches from the bottom when the perilous condi tion of the ladies was discovered anl Thomas Hennessy rowed a boat to their rescue Miss Manleys hands and arms were benumbed from the experience HAS A REMARKABLE WELL Fortunate Farmer Taps Underground Lake and Gets Thousands of Fish as Result Fergus Falls from the flats west of the city bring news of the tapping of an underground lake on the farm of Mr Sims near Bureau post office There are flowing wells all over that locality and Mr Sims has just sunk one from which a large stream of water is pouring out and with it come wagon loads of fish The fish are small and the smaller ones are entirely without eyes wliila the larger varieties have very small organs of sight The fish come up by thousands and up to a recent date four wagon loads had been hauled away from the mouth of the well There Is nothing remarkable about the tapping of an underground stream or lake but the people cannot under stand how so many fish could have lived there and why they now come to the Pf3MACE AS SILAGE Under Judicious Feeding the Refuse from the Cider Mill Can Be Satisfactorily Used When apples are abundant there are always a great many that are small and are used for cider in small crop years the amount of apples usable for cider Is very small owing to the fact that there are few apples on the tree and these apples develop into a salable fruit But when the big fruit years come the trees are loaded will apples with the natural result that many of these are small too small to be merchantable except In the form of cider or cider vinegar In these full crop years a great deal of cider is made and consequently a great deal of apple pomace accumulates In many cases this pomace is thrown out into the streams or is fed to cattle wellfed on the pasture We have seen It thrown Into the barnyards in cakes the cows eating what they could off the top and trampling the rest under foot Apple pomace has been found useful for silage It makes firstclass silage and keeps well from year to year This is of interest to those farmers living near cider mills where they can obtain pomace at lit tIe cost Cows fed on this silage are said to hold up their milk as well as those that are fed on corn silage The milk does not seem to be In any way injured by the flavor of the pomace but when it is fed it is well to begin Its feeding slowly a very little at a time as any change of food if very abrupt seems to influence the milk for a time According to the Farmers the usual practice In feeding it is to give about 15 pounds a day to each cow THE POTATO STALK BORER Small Beetle Which Causes Much Damage to the Potato Plant How Pest May Be Fought The potato stalkborer appears in from Maryland westward to Missouri and perhaps farther These small ashen gray beetles appear early in spring and puncture base of potato stem hollowing out small cavities and laying in each one a single egg The grubs which hatch are white with brown heads and burrow In stalk or i1SlM Ii ot t i lni W di d Fair WidowI ask no more of meto companion MinnPersons surfaceAPPLE already 1 ttt bhi yoU up- railways Review localities THE POTATO BEETLE I branches from early August to Sep tember They pupate near the stalks close to the surface of the i c aoll and i pupal lit the n t tn fcut after ChiUehdon the United department of agrIculture Oe terms are explained as follows a beetle b larva from side c pupa section of potato stalk showing larva and pupa within a b c five times natural size d natural size E S G Titus in Practical Farming and Gardening gives this advice for fighting the pst Rake up and de stroy all vines in the fall ar soon as potatoes are dug Keep down all weeds belonging to this nettle jimsonweed etc Use fertilizer to enable plants to mature crop SAVING TOBACCO SEED Select the Best of the Plants and Mark Them So That They Will Not Be Topped It always pays to save the best plants in a field for seed plants cultivation of the crop a constant search for good plants should be made by the workers When an especially good plant is observed It should ba marked by a stake or rag tied to tha plant so that it may be easily found and not topped by accident A good plan is to place a 12pounl manilla paper bag over the flower heads of the selected seed plants be fore the first flower opens suggests W W the Maryland experi ment station Watch these bags and raise them up farther on lbs growing stems so as to prevent in jury from crowding in the bag during the period of growth At the end ol the season when the seed pods are ripe cut off plants near the ground and without removing the bags bans up in a dry place These bags protect the seed from worms insects and also catch the seed which falls off from early drying After the seed has been thoroughly dried shell It out and separate the heavy seed for use It will always pay to separate the seed according to weight and use only the heaviest seed is selected by this method own along with seed selected in the ordinary way the advantage of this method of selection will be quickly recognized Dont Worry Many of us will agree with the written by an old friend a farmer all his life If nature worried as much as man It would have beer worn out long ago I was born aad bred to worry and have fought the misfortune as bravely as a weak mind and body could but by times the race seems hardly even YEAK CAN BEAR PAIN BEST Physical Power Not Always Best in Severe Operations Declares Famous Surgeon Dr J P Lockart Mummery the fa mous British surgeon says it is often extremely difficult to estimate the con dition of a patient with regard to his power of standing a severe operation Often a weakly looking Individual who looks as if he would not stand a severe operation well stands it quite well and vice versa This is accounted for by the fact that a person of poor physique who leads a strenuous life has often much more highly developed nerve centers than one of robust physique who life of ease and indolence which makes but slight calls upon his nerve centers for great or sudden activity The mental condition of a patient prior to operation has a considerable influence upon the development of shock Patients who dread an opera tion and who are in a state of mental anxiety before the an aesthetic is administered are more other things being equal to devel op shock than those whose mental equilibrium is undisturbed Color Treatment of Disease In with grass an English biologist has that putrefaction does not occur in strong red or blue light is only in clear yellow but really takes place in dirty yellow light or in dark ness He has also seen that workers behind dirty yellow screens are skin eruptions This has him the novel idea of color treat ment of disease a dirty yellow of the skin being assumed to indicate a of the yellow fluids of the bile etc and to require a yellow restorative lure dandelion lem on or sulphur while lack of healthful redness shows the need of a red tonic and massage with a red stone Blue is needed for black blood congestion chills and to destroy mold fungus She Was It Miss Caddie Your brother and I were partners in a little game of whist at Hoyles house last evening Miss Knox Oh I thought it might beyouMiss What did he tell you about it Miss just said he had had a rubber at twist Philadelphia Press An Obligation- Do you think that we are descended from monkeys asked the offband sci entistI not worried about that an swered Miss Cayenne What we should do is to prevent our own posterity from feeling that way Washington Star Oh Those Puns I formSheI said to her You must have been Up to the Hippadroom Town Topics Suspicious dear be sure come home straight from church gracious Did you ever know me to come home horn church any other way Yonkers Statesman Tainted Times Nordjr Everything seems to be tainted these days a fact Why here lately the butcher has even been sending me tainted Sun On an Ocean Liner Mrs is that chesty ran who looks as if he owned the boat Mr guess thats the janltot of the ship Yonkers Statesman 1 i sthe hl mrbF n cr t31in celL of States ii famllyhors3 Dur- Ing Cobey of etc following leads- a considerable liable lon experimenting solutions noticed simulated subject- to suggested- to degeneration bOdythe GaddieWhy KnoxHe SheNow and HeGood ButtsIts meatChicago FlateWho FlateI L iol carefully iiI l Trustees ot Colored School No K Uarrard County Kentucky Dfts Jiy virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1105 of the Garrard Cncuit Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1105 publicly before tile court house door in tile city ol Lancaster Garrard couu ty Kentucky hell to the tngliesl and best bidder following described property suuatea in tiarrardCouu ty Kentucky on the waters ut Creek and on tile Norm side of the Lancaster and Kicluiioud Turnpike road and adjoins tile lauds of Perry Hudson Sain Palmer anti John and said turnpike and is the same pioperty now used for the purpose ot conducting a public school in said district and is described by metes and bounds as follows ISugiuuiug at a stone on the North side of the Uiclimotid and Lancaster Turnpike road about 4 feet from i be edge of the metal corner to Sam thence alonir the North side of said pike North 68J W 31CJ chains to a stake on the North side of the pike a new corner thence leaving the pike a new line North 20 East 100 chains to a stake a new corner thence another new line South 70 East chains to a stake a new corner in line to iam Palmer thence Ills line South 13 West 1G8 chains to the beginning containing one hair acre and beiuy the same property conveyed to said Schoil by Step Conic and wife by deed date Oct 12 1814 and in Deed Hook 12 page 338 Garrard County Clerks olllce and being in said deed as School District No 14 which is tile same as School Dis Said property will he sold as a whole for the purpose of realizing the sum of 53 03 which is plaintiffs debt wi th in icrest thereon at the rate of G per cent per annum from Oct 31 1904 to date of sale and the further sum of 45 costs of this action TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit ore months purchaser will be required to xecute bond with good sutlicient missioner bearing per cent interest judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also he upon said property sold unti the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Herndon and Stfinebroad Attys for plaintiff This November 3rd 190 Commissioners Sale of Land GAHKAUD Cwcurr CounT James I Hamilton c Pill vs George Allen c flits By virtue or a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1105 of the Garrard Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the Court House door in the city of Lancaster Garrara county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed real property situated in Gurrard county Kentucky on the waters of Sugar Creek aud bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the West bank or at the West edge of a of Sugar Creek a corner to Israel thence up said creek with the Thaddeus Norris line South 35 West G chains South 40 West 350 chains South 13 West 2 chains to a point in middle of said creek corner to the Williamson land now William Broad dus thence leaving the creek and with said Broaddus North 87i W 375 chains to stake in his line corner to Cyrus Dailey thence with North 4 East passing the division corner between Marian Marksbuy lot and the RichardPolIard at 6 chains a point in a branch 925 chains to a stake on a hill side corner to Dailey and George Allen and in line with Huffman 84 E 813 chains to a stone corner to Huffman thence S 65 E 137 chains to the beginning containing six acres more or less The aforesaid boundary is the bound ary reported to this Court in this case by 0 T Wallace who has heretofore herein been ordered to survey said land and report same and has so done Said tract of land will be sold as a whole for the purpose of realizing a debt of the plaintiff which amounts with its interest to day of sale to the sum of 55 60 together with the costs of this action which is the sum ap p oximatelv of 86 50 And said sale will also be made sub ject to a lien ot the defendant J S Johnson for 200 with interest thereon at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from January paidTERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of cient surety for said purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money- J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Atty for Pit This November 3rd 1005 Commissioners Sale of Land GAHKAKD CIRCUIT COURT Robert Robinson c Pff vs Alexander J Robinson c Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the court house door in ty Kentucky sell to the highest and best following described real property situated In GarrardCoun ty Kentucky in the City of Lancaster in what is commonly known as Town and is the land sold and conveyed by William Adams and Lou Adams to George Ann Robinson on January 1st 1880 br deed or record in the Garrard County Clerks office Deed Book No 4 142 and said land Is bounded as follows at a stake in line of the lane and corner to lot No 5 thence with the line of same North 10 West i 7 B Zt 7 CIlHHJIl lou Hj HHhuli InVii District the eal Palmer ull Palmer recorded Nu N payable6 paidhaving retained Circuit Huffman requiredto the city of Lancaster Garrard Coun II c j tiftishIoiItJSa1c tifiiuid- GuuAitn tiu flouts 29 mentioned Daiie Duncan 1 7doI taa 19J3 KodoL Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K IASk fr J 11 70 poles to a stake in the line of and corner to lot No 7 thence with the same South 10 East 11 7 poles to a stake in the line of the lane another corner to lot No 7 thence with the line of the lane North 791 Eist34 among tne heirs of said George Ann Robinson and same will be sold as a whole on a credit of ent surety for the purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commisioner 6 per cent inter est per annum from day of sale until paid leaving the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will also be retained upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner of Garrard Cir cult Court 3rd 1905 W 1 Williams Atty for Pit Commissioners Sale of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Mary J Hays c Piff vs Sam Johnson c Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the court house door in tile city of Lancaster GarrardCoun ty Kentucky sell to tile highest and oest bidder the following described real situated in Garrard Kentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake a black oak and hackberry marked as pointers thence South 53 East 81 poles to a white oak corner W W Greer thence with his line North 79 East 99 poles to a stone corner thence North 18 West 44 fi three young chestnuts thence 4 V 40 poles to a beech and sycamore sprouts thence N 15 E 45 poles to a stake cur ner to G A Conner thence N 72 W 9G poles to a white oakthence N 71i W 49 poles to a stake to a knob on Harmons Lick Creek or where it will join W U Hoskins thence back with Hoskins line to the beginning containing 125 acresFrom this is deducted the following boundary Beginning at a small black jack and black pine marked as corner at the back line North of Harmons Lick Road and near a large gate thence Eastward with the meanders of a small drain that runs through the barn lot where Grantors now live and after passing out of said barn lot same line is to run with tne meanders of said drain to Harmons Lick Creek thence Southward with said back line to where it will join W C Hoskins thence running with lloskins line to the back line or line of Grantors thence acres be the same more or less Said tract of land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of G and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds of equal in stallments with good and sufficient security for said purchase money pay able to the undersigned Master Cum missioner six per cent per annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity and lien will also be retained on the pro perty sold until the payment of the purchase money J M Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court This November 3rd 1905 R H Tomlinson Atty for Plff Duncan onefourthpurpose TERMSSaid requiredto This Nov County to the containing In all 65beginning ROTE WELL No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con coction are taken into the stomach when IJyomei 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 Presents forSubscribers to the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will Be four general of 100 5030 and 20 and sixteen presents of 830 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 Hiving full details It will be sent free 2t healing I presents aas CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTae 100 bottle contains 2 timsjtho trial size which 50 centS ritEPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL DYSPEPSIA sills for s4 S For The best varieties of second crop and Northern sorts Book Orders Now Write for list of varieties and prices Our Special List of Seasonable mailed free on request Its val uable Write today WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Whereas Thousands of American People Have unqualifiedly indorsed Para ramph First to the a safe sure and quick agent it is absolutely guaranteed that every bottle of the same will do exactly what is claimed for it in the circular which is the bottle Paracamph of soothing cooling healing oils and refined camphor prepared with utmost accuracy abso lutely pure drugs by a special process Paracamph is far more in your home than vaseline witch hazel arnica salves or liniments because when applied t goes direct to the aches drawing the fever and inflammation by iuducing perspiration I know that it quickly relieve cure Rheumatic Neuralgia Nasa Catarrh Cold in the Sore Throat Sore Chest Croup Itching ana Burning of the Skin Sore Feet Swellings all Paracamph heals Burns and Cuts without leaving ugly scars It is an absolute preventive of mood Poisoning Paracatniih the only safe sure doctor that you can have your home every in the Remember bottle is guaranteed to do exactly what is claimed for it or the money will be refunded Sold only 25c SOc and 1 00 bottles at all good druggists or sent direct upon receipt of Dont any There is nothing that will com pare with B Spicer General Manager The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky CCJEStormes iJesse DJeercn Insurance 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 possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel WHO FILLS YOUR X Tins 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 Prescriptions and Domestic Recipes always Scientifically and Conscientiously Compound Fancy Articles We handle the very bet Mix ed Paint Wall Paper Etc fSIISH j LatePlanting SprayersDry Injuredas wrappedaround isa com out Inflammations 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Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Millinery has an elaborate line of lilt distinctive H HEADWEAR 8 direct from the 1 1Fashion Centers A cordial invitation isO extended to all to call and fe see the new styles I SALLIE D mm i record serious coughand evidencesend r WirIlViZ 7r Z YI 0J I 1 I Miss Sallie Tillet r c 1 X ffJJX X l Pc 5000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to fill the new positions by and Telegraph Companies w wantYOUNG n of good habit to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R R ACCOuNTING We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators andStation America Our schools arethe largest exclusive Telegraph Schools In theEstablished years and endorsed byall leading Railway execute a 250 Bond to student tofurnish him or her a position paying fromto 60 mooch in States east the Rocky graduation twu our Schools write direct to our executive officeat Cincinnati O Catalogue The Morse Scoool Telegraphy Cincinnati Ohio Buffalo Atlanta Ga LaCrosseWis Texa naTex CaJ I II J inStatesvacations N Y San Yraco w 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