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YEAR i- SrXTEENTII Have your Roofing REPAIREDWe class work at reasonable Hoselden Who will the SscSebosrc marked down 50C per day until first offer at Price Today as below gets board on ex hibition in our window Cheap at 3500 t and Guttering 1 it I rates IDont Put It I JR I r get I r Off S oo L ill w w o- omw oo gu o0- at S an I Oil gg- I 00 50Lao 20 50- N tb- 22s 50- dS 2 r5 rli 5 to 00 3500 bO CO 50 IOO ta 00- Y 50- M a 52 21 I Hamilton Dunlap Successors 10 JA Beazley Co c Undertaker S J BeazleyiA Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost Least Waar Best Salesman E C WmHerndon G B Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business G CHRIS PARIS j h j i CINCINNATI BOP S mr J R I Ga a asSSUSUeeaacattu n- t ARIAS TfXUSE bcacncuseas ax sawccs l DentistOf- fice over Tbompona store Danville stII IJ j H F Hillenmeyer Sons Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Offer for the fall of 1905 a full stock of Ornamental Trees Grape vines Small fruits jii Rhubarb Shrubs Etc employ no agents but sell direct to the planter Fruitand Asparagus We h 5 b ar LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 1905 I THE CENTRAL RECORD Local Notes Important Notice Several persons responded to our nc lice and paid their subscriptions Oil ers have paid no attention and are waiting to put us to the annoyance and expense of sending a collector Its your place to bring or send the to us and not our place to stop work and hunt you up This is intend ed for ALL who owe the paper no matter how big a pill you think you are Oysters served in VOTU rooms Fiiday evening from six until ten p m C D Powell Co are selling 19 lb of granulated sugar for 1 cash and eggs at 2 cen is Lost at danciiJj school a gold owl stick pin If found please return to this ollice tf The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs W T West Danville avenue next Sat urday afternoon We will send The Record free for one year to the person who will tell us of a single human act that cannot be traced to a selfish motive The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will serve oysters in W C T U rooms Friday evening Nov 17 at 25c A pleasant evening socially is promised to all who attend The young men of this city have or ganized a Social Club composed of a number of the best material The are asked to co operate with them and visitors are invited to attend Thanksgiving Market At the W C T U rooms Wednesday the 29th promptly at 1 oclock the sale of good things will begin Give your orders for cakes next week In remitting his subscription due The Record Mi G S Gaines now of Muskogee Indian Territory kindly refers to it as the only paper that ever was published Educational Profs Mannix of Lancaster Graded School Ireland of Stanford Graded School will address the Danville Grad ed School today and next Friday Profs Ireland and Grinstead will address the Lancaster Graded School Final Notice to TaxPayers I wish to give the taxpavers of Garrard county notice that their tax es for 1905 have long since been due and must be paid by November 30 as the penalty goes on all taxes 1 1905 which will be charged Come and pay at once and save cost and penalty W L Lawson S G C 17 2t Editor Still in Atlanta Editor Louis Landram of The Rec ord was expected home last week but one small place on his lez has not heal ed sulliciently for him to leave for home Our readers may have some idea of the trouble he has had when we state that he has been on the operating table every day for the past nine weeks The principal trouble has been remedied however and we are expecting him home most any time The tobacco growers of Garrard county are requested to meet at the Court House next Saturday at one oclock p in to elect ofllcers for the ensuing year They have already tak en S4oOO stock in the Tobacco Grow ers Association and a full necessary next Saturday in order to take steps to protect the those who cultivate this valuable crop The enterprise will be worth much to the farmers of the county if they will properly use the means which they now have to guard their interests and insure better prices Communication- The local Chute cocktail the Oder of which readily penetrates boiler plate is made from an extract of barb ed wire slightly tinctured with alco hoi It smells like whisky but is ten times more deadly It drops forty rods Now if a man is hog enough to till himself with such stuff as this and then walk into a crowd of respectable people he should be made to hold his breath for if he breathes at all the exhaled stench which be thus liberates is calculated to paralyze innocent people at a distance of ten feet This was demonstrated here on Tuesday last by one or two old wheezy bums who seen early in the day butting their way uncertainly about the streets The trouble is these old galoots breathe harder and more fre quently than any body else seeming to realize that they are res ponsibe for the broadcast dissemina tion of a rank and noxious perfume Assailed by such smells who can deny that a deodorized intoxicant is one of the imperative needs of modern civil zation The Presbyterian Missionary Society and Christian Endeavor will have a Bazaar consisting of fancy and home made candy on December i money Free ladies Thanks and I December Landram Attention attendance- is interests- of a man at were Bazaar article I surgeons neve wi wrr J11if Official Vote Messrs 1 I Hamilton and W L Law son counted the vote Friday The majorities given by the Record last week were correct except in the jail ers race Ross majority being 2 more than the number given then The of ficial majorities are as follows j c S D COCIIRAN Reelected Representative of Garrard County R L Hubble State Senate 4C9 S DCochran Representative 402 A D Ford County Judge 350 David Ross fur jailer 479 George II Allen for Assessor P Bourne Magistrate 343 The total vote for olllccrs where there opposition is as follows- J A Doty for county cerk 1495 J E Robinson county attorney 1508 A Arnold for sheriff KiOl Mittie Dunn School Suptendent 1531 Henry Simpson Coroner 1515 42IJ wasno CAPTAIN J A DOTY Reelected County Clerk of Garrard County Without Opposition Carpenter prohibition candidate for State Senate received 62 votes Parks prohibition candidate for representa tive 55 For constitutional 451 Against constitutional amendment 335 Total vote in race for county Judge was 2084 William Campbells major ty for constable is 119 Total votes for other magistrates and constables are as follows Capt 1 M Dunn 437 Stapp 327 William Wells 300 G M Slier 623 Huffman 424 Raymond Ray 322 The pictures of those who had opp sition are run first and those without opposition will be run in the order in which they appear on the ballot three each issue if we have suitable cuts amendment Forest J P BOURNE Reelected Magistrate in the First District A Good Sign venture the assertion that Lane aster has more lodgeswith more lodge members than any town of its size fn Kentucky This indicates good will and a belief in the brotherhood of man The good that is done by these secret organization is beyond estimation The sick is watch ed over and every comfort is given to them The widow and orphan the same tender care that was by the parent There is no better way to Judge the culture the enllght ment and the Christian Spirit of a people than by the number of lodge members they have They are void of selfishness as for as poor mortals can possibly be Money Ready The money due the Teachers of Gar rard county has been received and will be paid Saturday Nov L L talker We receiver bestowed 18th Dr Elliotts home was made bright er Sunday by the arrival of a daughter Read the advertisement of Moore Offutt Real estate agents Corbin Ky The City Council appointed J J Wal ker A R Denny and M D Hughes act as supervisors of the property list good was done by the meet ings held by Elder F M Tinder at West Point School House during the last week Another son came to Dr J B Kin nairds Sunday mornin tow 5 sons and 2 daughters making the lucky number 7 Read the advertisement of Mount and Elkins corn show November 27 Ten Dollars in Gold will be given to the best 20 ears of corn Thursday 30 will be Thanksgiving Day and the average town man is in bad shape as turkeys are cents on foot or about 18 cents on the table Mr G S Greenleaf expresses his thanks to the people generally and to the good ladies especially for their many kind attentions during his late illness The Ladies Aid Society of tlan church will have a large at the Post ollice next afternoon consistingof pies cakes Salads c Comein if you want th best work Go to the best place to get your razors honed or shears sharpened We have fitted up our shop new from top Henry Duncan tf For Sale TheSplendid storeroom now occnpi ed by Joseph Mercantile Company National Bank One of the best places for business in the city Apply to Hughes and Swinebroad Good News Recent development in Railroad circles indicate the fact that the Southerh Railroad will be built to Lancaster by way of Faulconer There are many good reasons for be lieving this the chief of which is that it will opena new territory instead of running contiguous to another line Legislative- As the Record is always for Garrard county people at home or abroad we note the fact that Mr Thomas J Drew ry who was born in Lancaster and who now lives in Louisville was to represent the FIttyfirst Legisla tive District and he is a candidate for Speaker of the House of As Garrard people generally get what they want his opponents may look out Demand for Homes There are more peopleseeking homes in Lancaster than have for years this early in the season and there will be no vacont houses on January of half a dozen farmers who have for city property only one has arranged to locate J II Dunn who bought Miss Jennie Danville avenue at 2 300 This demonstrates the fact that Lancaster with her cultured and hospitable peopla her churches and her splendid school is an inviting place and that real estate will always be in demand i To Voters of Garrard County I beg to express sincere thanks to those who supported me in my last race It affords me a proud satisfaction to know that the owners of 75 per cent of the taxable property of the county expressed their willingness at the polls for me to guard their interest for another term as county Judge For this expression of confidence I offer my deepest gratitude solemnly promise that the trut shall never be neglected Very Respectfully A Unique Characters It is agreed that Lancaster has more singular characters than any town of its size in the world Those familiar with the people can guess them by a few references to their hab its language etc One is happy and agreeable under all conditions and and when greeted by a friend says I am charming or I am tine as split silk and sometimes he says Here is to you and your peo pie another butchers the English language by such expressions as The court gave pre emptory instruc tions A difficulty occured between he and I Another is suspicious and speaks unkindly of every body tho he is very immoral and fails to cover the tracks which he makes in dark paths and evil ways Another hates all dogs Another will buy a farm or a store as quick as he will a cow a hog a mule or a horse and mix poll tics with the transaction The only argument of is to bet a dollar Another appears to know more than anybody and never goes with the cur rent He will deny the truth Of near ly every thing you say and take issue with you on the plainest proposition Guess these and we will give some A heavy gold seal ring On the seal si an old EnglishL Return same to Logan Dry Goods Co and get good re ward I to Bib 1 the Chrs Saturday bottom- to I Rent or elected lOut property- on A Card I ar d imposed D Ford more Lost 2t C Much Exchange adjoining Representatives looked Arnold circumstances another j j Get in the Habit of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co m I 9 I f j I NUMBER 33 I ABSOLUTELY FREE IOne In Each Home A Gift to Our PATRONS BUSY BEE Oraphophone Heres Our OfferWhich 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 worth of 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 We are recognized as the greatest value givers on high grade Dry Goods Cloaks Furs and Shoes in this section of the State and in this great pre mium oiler 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 ercantile Dry Goods Cloaks Furs and Shoes Jos6ph r 11 a Y OUtt COMPANY Every thing Fall and Winter GOODS Arriving daily at H T LOGANS E Upmt date in 1 wand 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 Flour iAll kinds of Field Seeds C GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt jg Your business appreciated BANKS HUDSON I I Tin Shop We invite you to inquire for prices on Tin Guttering and 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 C Fish Vice Prest W G Kemper Cashier PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED C UJW 11 I I I I 1 I flN 1Vnn tM It V t rrrrrrr rrrurrrrn Roofing 3 I i I i mmmillillillillmillillillmmmmmmmmmmmmm I W II r- wI t attention t r rr rr rr rP err d II ItKSOimcKS Loans and Dlscouuts 73489 10 Overdrafts 351 Due from banks 12213 47 Biiultiug House and Lot 150000 Mortgages 10M7 00 Cash 4tfti 13 Furniture sad Fixtures 1000 00- 103L 3 00 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 16000 00 Fund 5333 34 Individual Deposits Statrot condition June 0 1905 M I tj 60 S2800 tR CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 533334 I DIPliarORSI M COY RGGUYN J B WOODS R L ARNOLD J S BURROWS WOODSE L W C FISH Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance jj o IF YOU WANT OLD HICKORY WAGONis the time to get it 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 g g 5 i g 10 AN S SNow WeS Ii 1 I 0 D o0 0 0 000 oy D Q 0 Q Q Q m m CENTRAL ftEUORIs- siued Weekly Peak LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Mail Matter Member of Kentucky Press Association r laO and let Lancaster Ky November 17 igo5 Andrew Carnegie has the following to say in reference to important pub lic matters I do not believe in the socialist idea of municipal ownership but mu nicipal ownership is a certainty as sure as I am alive Scotland and Eng land are ahead of us in ownership of public property All Great Britains water trams and sewage works are un der public ownership The line seems clear to me The increase in value made by a n increasing population should belong to the city No city should give away a franchise that be longs to the people but whether a city should offer it as a lease for a time is another affair The leases should be for as short a time as possibly The shorter the better The ownership should always remain with the city The people seemingly want municipal ownership and they should get it The recent wholesale murder and destruction of property in Russia whereby over 50000 mostly Jewshave been killed and murdered is another demonstration of the necessity for educating civilizing and Christianizing the work In order to do this abso lute monarchies must be abandoned and a more liberal form of Govern ment must take their place A III which the people are the sovereigns and the rulers are but ants The tendency of the age is to destroy absolute rulers and the approach of such an era will be hailed with delight all over the world Then and not until then will life and prop erty be secure and free from the as saults of the illiterate populace The wave of reform is more apIa rent as we study the city elections and note the result in Ohio These things are but the voice of the sovc nigh people denouncing Bossism slates and political combinations and favoring a return to honest methods in conventions and elections by giv ing all capable men a fair chant whether they are on a slateor not and even if they are not in a certain ring and not possessed of much gold The note of warning has been sounded and it should be an object lesson for certain Kentucky leaders to study Let the wave of Reform roll on until til corrupt political methods are blot ted out of existence All eyes are turning toward tho U 3 Senatorial race and is believed Here that Blackburn will be an easy winner It is urged that Judge er is needed where he is and that he Should serve out the time for which he was elected Senator G T Farris aVid Hughes have an estimate and they will wager any reasonable number o f pumpkins against the same number of ginger cakes that the Democratic Legisla tive caucus will 63 Paynter 43 Put up or hush up PKEACHERSV1LLE Turkeys are selling here at 12 to 13c footSam sold a 900 lb heifer E Parrish at 3c J P Ballara sold ten 1000 lb steers to Geo Boone at Sicts Dave Thompson and wife were visit mg Jack Sutton and family Sunday Wm Sprinkles bought a nice jack in Jessamine county last week for 250 Misses Renda Pettus and Fannie Thompson are visiting atSpringfield Mr Alfred Owens is building a nice ottage which will soon be completed J L Hutchins bought 30 barrels of corn from F F Cummins at 2 per bbl J F Holtzclaw sold a span of mules to Mr Cobb of Jessamine county for J225 has sold his farm to Mr Joe Hammond of Knox county for 11000 Mr Horace Miller is at Brodhead for i few days with Mr B C Anderson and family Mrs Jack Kirby of Paint Lick is viE sting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Blankenship Mrs Hattie Hutchins has been with her sister Mrs Archer at for a few days R G Pettus and mother left last for Tennessee where they will spend some time visiting 0 M Huey of Stanford at the Baptist church last Sunday at 3 p m The people here are very sorry he is going to Somerset to make his home A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because indiges constipation have sapped It away Prompt relief can be had in Dr Kings Pills They build up your digestive organs and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store25c 1m I government I t his Hanna standBlackburn to- P Fox Saturday Rev preached ser Pay mad MrJC Jell Lion and New Life t o co r Hopes window looketh to the East There sits she while the flushes spread She sees the pale fires overhead To burning crimson flames increased Faith eyes serene the setting sun disappearKnowsThough darkness fall and day is done Love is the glowing noon of day Undimmed unmeasured flood of light Zenith of God unknown of night Absolute glory thou shalt stay airs Merrill E Gates In Christian Work LITTLE THINGS The Serviceableness of Just Every Day Living and the Common Duty of Every Hour Faithful in the least is Gods order The most serviceable thing after all and about which we should concern ourselves the most is just everyday living the common duty of every hour The round of service in this lowly life of ours for every day is going to make the warp and woof of eternity Sometimes we clamor like the child who was repeating the Lords Prayer clause by clause after her mother and when the mother said Give us this day our daily bread the child cried No no me want cake So we are not always willing to take the manna our Heavenly provides but long for the of Egypt We should remember that the way up is usually to go down In gentleness and humility There are submerged lives with strong undercurrents of being hidden beneath the surface and after all says Rev A C Welch in Character it isthis quiet influence that is moving the world of thought Much that is gorgeous and grand and is only ephemeral It fades out but the real abides Truth makes progress like the water that trickles behind the rocks and loosens them so that some day there Is a mountain slide and a single hour lays the work of years How much of lifes work has been done under disadvantages by men and who were hampered in the etruggle Sometimes the highest inspiration is that of necessity the must power The very desperateness of our is the best spur to heroic The pressure of circumstances is so energetic and critical that effort must be made Divine lays great stress on little things Moro value Is given to than to quantity The question is not How much but How We often shrink from the ordinary duties of life and we say Give me some thing great Pride rebels and we say Why make me sweep and dust Yet out of these come the larger ties and from these spring the finished results The beautiful butterfly is from the chrysalis of the worm that crawls A rude cradle often rocks a noble and lordly life It needs like the diamond only to be smoothed and polished to gleam and glow with marvelous beauty We think of the lowly life of the Nazarene of the life of retirement at Nazareth Nazareth lay among the hills of Judea It was reached by a narrow steep and rough mountain pathway over which the villagers brought their harvests from the plains belovy Their streets were narrow anil dirty their people were rude and coarse and their morality doubtful Yet there Christ lived and toiled for 30 years He climbed Us mountain path and drank at its springs and fountains There as a boy He played and wandered about He was a peasants son His parents were plain ordinary humble Jewish folks without either rant or wealth Joseph was a Galilean and He was the carpenters son He labored for His dally bread at workbench and thus sanctified toil and made it ever blessed He was trained in the lowly life for His great responsibilities that He might be an example to others What Is the meaning of my dally life Its drudgery Its endless petty strife O deadly certainty of common things O hours with heavy lagging wings Do Thou 0 Carpenter of Galilee Teach me Thy secret let me learn of Thee Send visions of those days when Thou dldst share The lot of working man his trials bear Help me to feel that Thou dost work with me In earthly tasks In heavenly I with And yet dear Lord with Thee is Heaven I see my common lot hath blessed leaven BAMS HORN BLASTS I We never know the sweetness of mercy till we trace it up to its source It is no use talking about growing in grace while you are standing in are always losers they gain no confidence and they lose all The devil flees from the man who is not afraid to look his own faults in the face It is better to learn how to accept loss than how to make great gains selfishly The will of God is soon forgotten when you get anxious about keeping the good will of men Every man may be born with his feet in the dust but he is born with a heart that longs for the Divine Rams Horn Human Nature We tried a new experiment In our town said the man with spectacles We thought that to vanity was so great that there ought to be reward for people who were capable pf standing aside and re jolting in the success of others So we organized a society and arranged for the presentation of modesty medals How did It work Badly As soon as a man won one of the medals he would swell up and get so proud that wed have to take it away from him Washington Star V t LOVE 4 uneventful Father fleshpots Photography elegant silent women condition endeavor surpassing quality duo developed a artisan sInLiars character sllver rimmed the tendency some t 1 T bays a Mr Hotg has returned from a busi ness trip to Virginia Jim lljyston bought a pair of mules from Mr Gobs for 300 Mr and Mrs M F Rout entertained Rev Brisco and wife last Saturday eve Wing Jonah Marsee recently sold his farm of 70 acres to Mr Cobb of Jessamine county for 80 per acre weeks recently with her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Mesdames William BaughmanDave and Henry Dunn of Danville were pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs C A Robinson a few days ago Mr Jim Turner of Bourne and Miss Carrie Durham of this place were united in marriage on last Tuesday morning at Lancaster by Rev CS Ellis Mr and Mrs John Greening of Lex ington were visiting relatives here last week Mr Greening also went to More laud to visit his sister Miss AnnGreen ingA joint birthday dinner will be given Clark to his sister Miss Nora at his home Nov 1 A number of friends will be present to enjoy the occasion Furors in this vicinity are rapidly changing bosses Real estate that formerly sold for 50 and 75 per acre is now bringing fancy prices from 80 to 115 per acre Mrs John Woods was the hostess at splendid dining given in honor of the bride and groom Mr and Mrs William Brisco The bride was formerly Miss Chnsman Wells of Fairfield Ky The farmers are still selling their corn at low highest sales made here 175 per barrel C A Rob inson bought of different parties a number of barrels at 100 delivered day morning to take charge of the church at Livingston and His work there will begin the first of December I BOURNE S N Huffman was receiving turkeys here Monday at 12i cts per C Turner and Arthur Smith made trip to Hyattsville Sunday- S X Morford sold a nice bunch of calves to Gilbert Turner at 00 per head Mr and Mrs Allen Ray were visitors of Mr and Mrs WmBroaddns at Marks bury Sunday Miss Lucy Ledgear was the guest of Ida Marsee of Marks bury from Friday till Monday Mrs Noah Marsee and children of Lancaster spent a part of last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Turner Misses Loa Duncan of Pollys Bend and Rovesta Turner of Buckeye were visiting their parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Tom Morford and handsome little daughter Marguerite were her son Mr Sam Morford the latter part of last week Mr James II Turner and Carrie Durham drove to Lancaster Wednes day evening and were quietly married Rev C S Ellis olllciating They were accompanied by Mr Ed Hendrickson and Miss Mary Durham The groom is a prosperous farmer and the bride is a young lady of excellent gualities We wish them a long and happy voyage through life BUCKEYE Roberts Witte bonght a lot of corn of John Hill at per bbl Mr Robert Witte and wife visited relatives in Jessamine last week Mr Will Grow and wife of Judson were visiting at Mr Grows Sunday WmBurton sold a bunch of fat hogs to Vick Lear at 160 per hundred Mr Joe Pierce bought a nice bunch of cattle of Richmond parties at 2J cts Miss Jennie Bogie and Mr Grover Ross were visiting Miss Cordie Ray Sunday Mrs Rolinda Hill of McCreary spent last week with her son Mr T 0 Hill and family ValleyViewThomps Hill last Friday Miss Florence McMurtry accompaied by Mr Ed Grow were visitors of Mr and Mrs Walker Bradshaw Sunday Mr B Ray wife and handsome daugh ter Miss Beatrice spent Sunday with tbeir daughter Mrs Printuss Walker Miss Nora Long one of Madison most youngladiesRichard Burton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jennie Broaddus and son Cecil have moved in to the house recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Boone Sanders We gladly welcome them into our community 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 cry for Consumption which has saved me from serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr 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 8LOO guaranteed at McRoberts drug store Trial bottle free 1m daughterDella by Mr Robt ratesthe pastorate Mt Vernon 11 lb- S 10 Misses Lucile and visiting 150 Reidbut ILA 1t14SIIIJ LY r 7 Paints Oils and Putty Window Glass ALL SIZES SINGLE and Double Strength rk McRoberts Drug Store ti Ooc iXX I I II Ii I III I u u Iu u Io i Xi0o000gOOf00i DOCCXSCxMCSD00M LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident The NAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS itBF HUDSON Cashier f W O RtGNEY Ass Cashr C D IBusiness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRE T S LewIs Y Leaven J S JOHNSON B F Hudson b J J Walker T M Arnold Ifl Ii Portland and Black Diamond Cement ImlLime and Window Glass rn Stormes Drug f Paint Store i iJ Friendly Warning Need to be Alarmed About Stomach Troubles if you use MionaCure Guaranteed by R E McRoberts ORGANIZED 1883 a lgoooo floooofWALKER Bookkeeper c o r0 1r I- Bd f3- v 4- o o o r I WI No i The most frequent affection of the stomach is catarrh us the delicate membrane which lines the stomach is easily irritated by harmful food or overeating Keep a strict watch for the 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 eyes 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 I disease can be cured by Mi 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 orchemical It is a pure 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 lie sells Mio na It costs but 50 cents a box and your money is returned if it does not help you I S I Tie Kentucky State Journals B Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly Pub lished at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes a specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of The Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 4 Send remittance to W P WALTON Mgr i I a i J II 1 I I I I If iI f- I c o BOWLING GREEN iW JJ WALKEU 1 Vice Prest Southern Normal School Bowling Green Business College and National School I Law Commercial and S cill Su J Catalogues and Journals Free GRADUATES SECURe POSITIONS MENTION COURSE WANTED WHEN YOU WRITE Ad H H HERRV President eowli ce v I Sustains Teachers Scientific Classic Couraesot I y Corn Show NOVEMBER 27 19O5 1000 in GOLD Best 20 ears corn 5 to 1st 3 to 2nd 2 to 3rd All corn must be entered by Sat Nov at 6 PM MOUNT ELKIN f1r 1 7 M I t I iii 15 3 l t y r Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Mrs Clara Bettis has been sick W B Burton visited Crab Orchard Saturday Mr R A Stone now of Somerset was here last Monday Miss Lucy Gregory entertained a few friends the past week Miss Grace Kinnaird is in Lexington attending business college Mr Robert Sparks of Nicholasville was a visitor here Friday Mrs William Burnside of Barbour ville is visiting relatives here Mrs Graham Price of Danville has been visiting Mrs Martha Frisbie Mrs Anne Walker is the guest of her daughter Mrs John Cotton of Dan ville Mr J V Miller has returned from Mt Vernon whtre he is attending to Mrs Ada Kinnaird has returned from a brief visit to Nicholasville and Mrs Ellen Poor leaves this week for California where she will spend the winterMrs Hemphillof Nicholasville has been visiting her brother Mr W A ArnoldMrs King who has been visiting Mrs J E Stormes has returned to her home in New Orleans Misses Ida and Lily Dale Grant have returned from a visit to Dr and Mrs Grant of Danville A handsome picture of Joe Harris and Willie Belle West appeared in Louisville Tunes Messrs Ed G Doty and W 0 Dunlap have gone to Mississippi on a deer hunt They will be guests of Mr Arch W I j business Richmond S P Saturdays 4 i b I i Judge J is in Louisville businessMiss Henry has been visit ing relatives In Lexington Messrs W B Moss and W S Bettus have been numbered among the sick Mrs George Lane of Buana Vista visited her sister Mrs J I Hamilton Saturday and Sunday Master II Clay Hamilton Jr has entered St Marys College and will take a thorough course Miss Louise Farris leaves this week for a visit to her sister Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico Tenn Miss Irene Romans who is attend ing Madison Institute was with her parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Carrie Shelton and Martin of Stanford were visitors of Miss Fannie Austin Saturday W B Burton was bitten on the right by a spider from the effects of which he has suffered much pain Miss Theo Hemphill the popular music teacher of Madison Institute was at home Saturday and Sunday Misses Linnie Moss Bertha Simpson and Carrie Hatcher were visitors of Mrs Silas Moss of Hubble Sunday R W McRoberts spent several days in Cincinnati on business where he declined a position on a Daily paper Mrs J S Johnson gave an elegant six oclock dinner to the teachers of the Graded School last Saturday after noon Mr Homer W Batson who is making his mark in the legal profession at Louisville visited his father R II Bat son this week Mr C W Young who is with the Trust Bank at Dallas Texas is the guest of his grand parents Captain and MrsFJ White Lexington Leader Miss Annie of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Nell Bowen of West Maxwell street for a few days Mr Jack Adams is serving summons for circuit court On some of his trips I K I C Miss Hattie hand Perkins Walker MILLINERY u u i imMjwAAMW FALL My FALL and WINTER MILLINERYi- s arriving and it is need less to assure you it is upto date and at reasonable I I DDm mWUti A f A V iI 111 1 prices You are cordially invited 117I S BEfifiIE BI O www i STOVES SrvS You will save both money and coal by buying one of our STOVES Come and see the best and all the lat est patterns in Stoves HASELDENand ROBINSON S i I V he Rays that he goes around by Galilee and comes back by Quebec W J Romans is at Columbus Ohio attending I he TrlState Carriage Association Mrs I C Ramsey and Mrs W L Baker and Master Lisle Baker of Monticello have been visiting Mrs Belle Burnslde and Miss Nell John ston Mrs Priestly of England has been visiting Mrs Joe Falconer She was Mrs Falconers music teacher forty five years ago and is still a brilliant performer Mr Leslie Herndon who In the late wreck on the Louisville Southern R R has been moved to his fathers residence in this city and his friends hope to see him out before long Mr Roberts professor of all dances closed his classes last Sat urday night Mr Roberts in every the word and a thorough teacher as was demonstrated in the two weeks he was here He has made friends among the girls and boys all of whom regret exceed ingly that he can not stay longer He worked hard with his class and all are perfectly satisfied with the And let us add that Mr is the swellest German leader in the State One of the most brilliant of the autumn weddings was that of Miss Theodora Bassett and Mr Clarence Braden which occurred on the even Wednesday November 8th at nine oclock at the Fourth Avenue Methodist church in Louisville The Rev B M Messick performed the cere mony The brides cousin Miss Gregory was maid of honor and Mr William Mason of Memphis best man Dr C W Barnes and Mr Walter Chick acted as ushers The bride was gowned in white crepe de chene with bertha of real lace and carried a shower bouquet of brides roses Her tulle veil was held in place with the same lowers The maid of honor wore white organdy over pink silk with pink sash and carried La France roses The colors of the wed ding were pink and white and all the decorations carried out that idea The church was banked in palms and Southern smilax MrC Agnew Demarest of the church had charge of the music and a beautiful program was arranged for the occasion The bridal party enter tered to the strains of the Lohengrin Wedding March and during the the Evening Star from Tann hauser was played The couple left immediately after the cermony for an Eastern wedding trip Mr Clarence Braden is well and favorably known in both business and social circles of Louisvilie Miss Bassett is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs James II Bas sett and will he well remembered here where she has frequently visited her grandmother Mrs A M Doty MT HEBRON Chas Duncan sold his farm to Duncan for 1900 David Montgomery and family mov ed to Back Creek Monday Robert Montgomery bought of Jean Vanderpool a horse for 50 Born on the 8th to the wife of Mr Coleman lucks a 7 Ib boy Mr R Montgomery sold a horse to Harrodsburg parties for 6750 O T Wallace spent most of last week surveying for parties in this section Mr Frank Braden of Nicholasville was the guest of his brother Inlaw Mr G A Bruce last Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Herbert Roberts spent last week with relatives in Jessamine countyMr Dean is with relatives in Jessamine and attending a meeting at Elm Fork Mrs K Peel and daughter Miss MaR gie were guests of Mr Tim Ford and Mrs Dennis Scott last week Raymond the six year old child of Mrs Lizzie Preston died Tuesday after a brief illness with croup The remains were interred in bIt Cemetery Wednesday after services conducted by G A Bruce The family have the sympa thy of the entire community Mans Unreasonableness Is often as great as womans But Thos B Austin manager of the Re publican 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 physiciands 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 Office Hours 8 to 12 Dealers was Injured J S Isa gentleman results Roberts Elizabeth F chrysanthemums the oganist ceremony Samuel afternoon Heb- ron appropriate After Guaranteed to 4 L e r society sense of ingot 1 4 FIRST THINGS Itf KENTUCKY The first woman of land in Kentucky was Susannah Boone who very early obtained a patent for a tract in Madison county The first marriage in Kentucky was that of Samuel Henderson to Eliza beth Calloway Aug 7 1770 Their daughter Fannie born in 1777 was the first white child in the State born of parents married in Kentucky The first plow manufactured was made by Wm Pogue at Harrodsburg in 1770 He also made his first loom while his wife brought the first wheel to the State and wove from the lint of nettles the first piece of linen manufactured and from buffo lo wool the first piece of linsey The first grist mill in the State run by water power was perhaps the one built by Capt John McMurtry near Shakertown in Mercer county in 1782 The first paper mill in Kentucky was erected by Elijah Craig near Georgetown in 1792 The first apple seeds were planted in Mercer county by members of the McAfee company in 1775 Dr Walter and his companions planted the first peach seed and raised the first crop of corn cultivated bv white men near Barbourville In 1750 The first wagon of which history gives an occount was run over Smiths wagon road from Lexington to Mays ville in 1782 by a man named Smith The first steamboat or model of one in the world was constructed by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 The first railroad about one mile in length was built by James VanMeter in 1832 The cars were drawn by horses The first horses were brought to the State in 1750 by Dalker the first cat tie and hogs by Boone and his coupon ions in 1775 The first lawyer in Kentucky was John Williams manager of the Co The first Englishmen who visited Kentucky were those under the of Col Wood who in 1704 the Northern boundary of the State The first Frenchmen to visit any portion of the State were a small band of fur trappers who in 1073 traveled in canoes down the Mississippi as far as the mouth of the Arkansas The first white native American to visit Kentucky was John Sailing of Virginia who in 1730 was carried as a prisoner through the State by the Indians The first white woman who ever saw Kentucky was Miss Ingel who in 1750 was carried a prisoner by the In dians to Big Bone in Boone county The first Dutchmen to visit Ken tucky were a small company who es tablished the White Oak settlement in Madison county The first settlement of the State was established at a point opposite the Scioto river in 1750 The first house built by Englishmen was Dr Walkers cabin 011 Cumberland river in 1750 The first permanent English settle ment was at Ilarrodsburg in 1775 The first road in the State was Boones trace The first store in Kentucky was that of the Transylvania Company at liar rodsburg The first school at Boonsboro was taught by Joeph Doniphan in 1779 The first sermon preached in Ken tucky was delivered by the Rev John Lythe of the Church of England in 1775 The first ferry was established at Boonesboro in 1775 The first county seat In Kentucky was that of Lincoln county at Harrodsburg The first law for the establishment of public schools was passed in 1838 Exchange OllYANTSYILLE Mr R D Moore bought one horse for 228Mr Is spending a few weeks homeMr Mrs Ike Dunn have gone to Florida for a tnree Missrs W T Woolfork and T H Smil ey of Lexington were here Tuesday Mrs James Spoonamore is at home after a short visit to her parents in 111 Rev Briscoe and bride are at home having returned their wedding tour a few days ago Theie will be preaching at odlst church Sunday morning and by the pastor Rev W D Welburn The sale of Mr John Dunn Tuesday was well attended Every thing sold well bringing good prices Mr B F bought the farm on the Mtlleb ron pike containing 140 acres at 25 20 per acre Mr Will Smith of Burgin who was the popular of the ville Bank for several months but who is now the casheir of the Bank at Okla is at home for a short vis it His many friends were to see Thank The Lord Cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured my fear fill running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had ered for 5 years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaranteed at McRoberts drug store 25c 1m will pay you to attended the Lad ies Exchange at the Post office day afternoon r to own a tract spinning Transylvania leadership explored Frenchmen- in established Chalmus weeksstay the evening bookkeeper Davenport uhimI sufI It from Met Patton Bryan delight Sat It is ed t CCC 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 2 miles from 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 10 acres adjoining the abovo acres at 120000 or will sell the 76 acres together at 2200 No acres new barn good house right on the pike 4 miles of Lancaster price 82500 acres well improved 5000 brick residence 100 acres in cultiva tion balance in grass located on pike 3 miles of Lancaster price 02 50 per acreNo acres good improve ments brick residence faces the pike price 6250 per acre No 120 72 acres on the pike C miles from Lancaster well improved price 0250 per acre No 127 170 acres on Sugar Creek 5 miles from town large house and barn well watered a bargain at 83000 pei acreNo acres in splendid a large frame house 3 large new barns tobacco and hemp lauds in high state of cultivation cheap at 70 per acre No acres unimproved land near town well watered most of it in grassNo 134 85 acres 4 miles on the pike new improvemenns well watered 50 per acre No 142 27 acres near Bryantsville all in grass good home and in good neighborhood price 81250 143 Five acres of land on Danville street at a bargain 144 A two story business house on public square at 2500 Rent pays 10 per cent Elegant residence on Lexington 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 1900 we can suit renters and purchasers tf Special Homeseekers Rate via Southern Ry On the first and third Tuesdays in November and December the Railway will sell very low round trip Home seekers tickets to all points in the south west and many in the west and north west Only one change of cars from Lexington to nearly all principle points Double daily service For information address or call on J F Logan T P A Lexington G B Allen A C D A St Louis C II Hungerford D P A Louisville The Rock Island to day announces a very material reduction in homeseekers rates to its Southwestern territory Heretofore the homeseekers rate has been fixed on 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 limitand 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 TIME CARD In effect September 17 1905 NOIITH BOUND No 10 504 A M for Winchester Paris Maysville Cincin nati Lexington Frankfort Shelby ville Louisville Mt Sterling and Ash land No 30 244 r 21 for Winchester Paris Maysville Cynthiana Frankfort and SOUTH BOUND No 25 1145 A M for Rowland Crab Orchard Mt Livingston Corbin Middesboro Norton Jellico and Knoxville No 29 153 P M for Stanford Junction City Lebanon Greensburg Louisville Elizabethtown and Green No 9 820 P M for Stanford and way points Train No 10 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 tion at Winchester 438 P M with C O for all points west to Louisville Train No 25 makes direct at Rowland 1230 P M for all points south to Norton Va and Tram No 29 makes direct at Rowland 213 P M for all points north to Louisville All trains daily except Sunday Time above shown is leaving time from Lancaster Fare the same via either Winchester or Rowland to Louisville I Lancaster 1130 30 3148 cottage 3i330 116242 132250 locality 133360 avenue Southern Lexington Shelbyville Louisville Vernon I Bowing makes connection connection Knoxville connection I C a Oair a direct S tonne yti UY r O L of all for all Ll J71SIGAUh G1ffar YSlACYlT4 l kinds We guarantee to give you a better T2STT1 for less Ib COIfcT than any holy in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE P z1I I I r r First The Alarm Second The Loss Third Are You Insured Against Fire J H KlftiNAIRD 11 i GeiBCIa IlUlSllllcliiCC FREE By special arrangements with TVlpphone Pn any one can call me Ollice Phone No 31 Residence No Basil 7 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOO A R DEXN7 Pr Went JOHX E STORIES 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 II Kinnaird CU o 0 8 Z493 t o i0 o 5 2 o o o o H hh h h c OmO000000000000000c OVO00 00000000000m01 o o 6 Q 4 4 0 d 9 S 4o oovoooo ooo ooocooooo o amoad 3rd Great Auction SALE t Qoouo improved and Unimproved City Property Business houses Residence and vacant lots in all parts of the city Two days sale Write for particulars MOORE OFFUTT Real Estate Agents Corbin Kentucky A T Forsyth Auctioneer Paris Ky 9i and 29 i I 113 i i I i I I OOOOOOOO NOVEMBER aoooooo 04000o0 o000000oo oooooeoeooooaoooooeoooooooooo00 Business and Bargains For cut flowers see Ed C Gaines tf The penalty will be put on all un paid city taxes November 1 oc132t S D Ilothwell Best House and Roofing Paint Ilaseklen Robinson 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 Wanted to trade town property for a farm Address or see Hughes Swinebroad Wanted 10000 dozen fresh eggs at 20c per doz H B Northcott Brick and sand for sale J W Sweeney tf New Cottage and necessary improve ments good garden Apply to Mrs E Bettis Lancaster Ky For rent for 1906 the cottage of Miss Jennie Arnold on Danville street It has oath room and water works throughout Apply to Dr Burnett Strayed From my place about Oct 1st a red steer with a few white spots hole in right ear and piece cut out of left ear Notify me at McCreary J W Hill New stock of watches and clocks at C9 tf Thompsons Stoves of all kinds Haseldeti Robinson tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf See Mrs Dollie Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf 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 Miss Fannie Bishop has several fine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf For sale house and lot of 2 acres in Lancaster A bargain 8 4tf W J Romans Ruberoid Roofing Haselaen Robinson tf Tobacco Show I will give a ton of coal to the farm er bringing me toe best five pounds of leaf Tobacco by December 2nd on which day the premium will be awarded by tent judges J AJones All parties having claims against the estate of W A Wheeler decd will present the same before January 1st 1906 properly proven to the administrators at Nina Ky or their attorney J M Rothwell Ky This Nov 10 1905 John Wheeler Zack Simpson Admrs Notice tf For Sale Clara 317 Notice undersigned Lancaster no10 3t Saturday d n0 VrzJJrGTirCNrLCCSL Sw3Sl1LCl w lr- rPU ft For Sale A stray black spotted sow has been with my hugs for some time Owner oc20 3t Wanted 10000 good fat turkeys at highest market price 2t II B Northcott ed for any occasion Telephone 100 718 tf For Sale A 2 horse power Tread wheel good as new For particular MMS W B Burton Cabinet mantels and grates Haselden Robinson tf Conn Brothers Tin Shop Get our prices on tin andiron root ing also on all kind of roofing work 10 0 tf For Rent 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 watered Address me at Buckeye 27 3t Bogie Property For Rent The new dwelling known as the Benge 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 Good stable Apply to J F Robinson I have all the latest music in stock and can order anything In this line on Want A Gold Watch Free Ike P Thompson the Jewltr will give a with every dollars worth of cash purchases the first of January person holding the largest number of these will be given when buying goods tf Notice to Consumers When you want coal or salt makemy office your office where I will beglad to have you at any old time thatsuits you best and where I can make miles of this Special prices toparties wanting car load trade any I have for corn andhay always paying highest marketfor all kinds of feed phone 140 or call at office corner Campbell and Buford street J Jones 815 tt toRandthis byEd market familYacottage productive contains onLexington thejeweler ladysor surprisinglycheap Will n hr rim LavER IQtJAitANT1N TAKING HIS MEALS OUT has ruined a mans stomach The digestiondestroying is gradual often at first Hut it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health torpid liver causes a quarantine ofthe entire system It locks germs poisons and affords them fall some serious illness gui families where used a sluggish liver and constipation are so are all stomach as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches No wellregulated family should be without flTwo sizes 25C and 750 All druggists F r al by U E BIcB berl Miss Cora Ross visited her sister Mrs Morris Turner of Madison last weekMr J T Jackson has bought most of the turkeys in this neighborhood at 12ic per pound t Mr and Mrs Hugh Gayley and charm ing daughter of Madison county vis ited the family of Mr Joe Ross last weekMrs Laura Sebastian who has been sick for some time is better now and her friends hope for her complete re coveryMr Humes a mighty good quiet man went over to Kirksville last Saturday night and was made a Fellow Craft Mason Mr Joe Simpson one of our best neighbors has bought a farm at Val ley View at 40 per acre and will move there Jan 1 We going away FLATWOOD James Cloyd has moved from Ill to this place Tom Manning is selling out to go to Whitly county to live Rev A J Murrell went toWallaceton on business Saturday Sam Ramsy has moved from Mr Ed Walkers farm Preachersville Rev Warren of Knox county preach ed at Good Hope last Saturday and SundayJ Ward and family and his Son James who recently married muyed to Whitley county Mr J C Clouse has moved upon Wm farm and J W has moved into the house vacated by Clouse Important Notice The Ladies of the Methodist church will have an exchange at PostotHce on Tuesday 28th before Thanksgiving Hope the housekeepers of the town will confer special favor on them by buying their dainties fwr their Thanks giving dinner as they are to pay for a new furnace they are forced to buy As the church memo bershlp is smallest and most on outside aid we hope they will be liberally patronized RING FAMOUS BELLS WHITTIKOTON CHIMES RAVE AGAIN BEEN REVIVED London Minister Harmonizes Setting and Twelve Bells Will Peal Out Famous Expert in Their Use ixmdic Bow bells are once more to ring out in chimes above the noise of Londons traffic This is chiefly due to the keen interest taken in a historic church by the rector Rev A W Hutton who holds a curious record He was early in life ordained an English cler but then became a Roman leaving that church after seven years He was at one time familiar as the keeper of the Gladstone library at the National Liberal club and has succeeded the incumbent at the City church in Cheapside No peal of bells in England is more familiar than that of Bow church The famous story of Dick Whittington around them and it is the old chime of Turn Again Whittington Lord Mayor of London which is to ring out from the tower Sir Charles Villlers Standford has harmonized the setting for the new chime which will be played on the full set of 12 bells They were rehung two years ago They have now been seen to once more toy the very firm who cast the first of them as far back as 1669 That waa after the great fire when Wrenn had the church as it is now known and there is no doubt in the minds of antiquarians that the metal used was from the old bells which had melted in that outbreak The firm was then Les jter Pack and their records show that the tenor bell was cast in 1669 It was recast by them in 1738 and In 17G2 nine more were added Two more making a dozen were hung in 1881 tenor weighs 58 hundredweight For the of the new chimes an auto apparatus Is being fitted to the clock by a Clerkenwell firm and the will ring at the quarters Mr Hughes who is an expert In these mat and himself not only a bell founder but an expert bell ringer has the work tin hand of rebanglng the peal Mr Hughes belongs to the firm Means fitalnback and he says that automatic apparatus fur chiming is very scarce In lilts country I process CiA t11 inv Floweris unknown y affections II regret his Coldiron Coldiron trying dependent i ChimesClergyman- an g man Catholic re- Cently centers rebuilt The purpose bells f I MNA Greenfield t matic e c a Mrs Punnibrakfes la a great JoVcr of rurAl lifo She reads poetry about it und some nay she is going to live in country she says And this 1 am going to spend two weeks ou a farm she told me How grand it will be to be awakened at dawn by the lusty voice of the chandelier proclaim ing the morn Cleveland Leader Fut Down One and Carry Two Of 346590 marriages that took place in Japan last year not one of the brides was over 21 years of age Well Well that proves that Japanese women are just like American women How so In the way they figure their ages Houston Post He Would Know Later On Tommy who has been promised a licking in the event of further miscon duct Rirver wot does lick mean depends my scn When it refers to a cat or a kitten it is a token of affection but if it is used by father to boy it is something quite dif ferent Ally Sloper Way Up On the edge of a high precipice He asked the sweet maid for a klce While at first she declined She at last seemed resined The result was a smack full of bllce Houston Post ONLY NATURAL ij th t u I the summer FatherIt I r 4 The cant sing a pa triotic song in that costume Jones I give you up Youll never become a star never Comedian I always thought stars and stripes went Slo per Squelches Him She used to perch upon his knee Her form so cute and trim But since they have been married she Just sits all over him Chicago Sun Not Naming Anybody Jollius Youre a farmer are you Well farming is a noble profession Its all right to call it a profession isnt it Thousands of profess to be farmers who dont the first principles Chicago Tribune Good Food Around Him Man goodness exclaimed little Rastus Johusing Ah wisht Ah wuz Ink de little boy in dis hyar story book Whuffer asked his mother Kase hit sez he went ter bed chickens Philadelphia Press His Opportunity My dear said Mrs Stronge Im sure that our George is thinning seri ously of matrimony Well I only hope so returned titr husband with unusual spirit I wouldnt like any boy of mine to re gard it as a Good for the Crops Too Prospective Tenant looking at third floor flat Is there water on this floor It rains every day All you have to do is to keep a barrel on the back porch Chicago Tribune Where He Was Weak No said the mutual friend Mrs Rasper does not get along very well with her husband Indeed asks the caller Is he jealous of her No thats just the trouble Judge Sure of One Thing Are you happy now that you rich asked the oldtime friend I dont know as Im happy an swered Mr Comrox but Im dead sure Im not as discontented as I would be if I was broke Washington Star Benevolent Widow Mrs Loneieigh Is going to marry a poet You know she said shortly after her husbands death she intended to devote the remainder of her life to the No Long Visits Mrs dont seem to have many visitors Mrs Meadow Mrs You see I never keep a girl and when any relations come I expect them to help with the hmisework N Y Weekly Didnt Mean It Miss Tsimper coquettlsnly So you would take me for better or worse you see ah you couldnt possibly be Leader Personal Percy He seemed Myrtilla Poor fellow He found out that the lobster trust Is a reality Chicago Daily News Their Finances cityShe waterShe takes the benedict dollars He takes to bachelor quarters N Y Sun Her Fathers Fault I am saddest when I sing she quotedWe must then he replied be kindred spirits So am But her father was rich where fore the young man refused to repent when she Insisted that he had Insulted iher Chicago RecordHerald ManagerYou togetherAlly OtstuffSure wide jokeCassells AgentSure art BenderSo BurnsYes poorJudge SuburbYou MeadowNo wouldtakeworseCleveland CatharinePoor paper It Dot mew bNE UNSAFE Rational XJivsVsiScatiori Eas Proved to Ea the Better ray far the Farniei Progressive farmers ever alert for the newest and best have discussed both sides of the question of diversifi cation versus specialiation Each con clusion is doubtless based upon individ ual needs and capabilities The spiritof through the law of the division of to the ad vantages accruing to him who does one thing and does that well Continuity of concentration counts The man who finds his proper sphere and sticks to it succeeds The man with two many in the fire often burns his fingers On the other hand nature seems to protest at overproduction of any one of her species Too many hens for ex ample do not thrive together Ex clusive crops are followed by diseases and disaster Nature strives always to preserve a balance in in ternational no husky member of the family too much powerThe eastern former divides his do main into tenacre fields He uses much chemical fertilizer He practices rotation persistently and intelligently He raises every year his small crop of clover corn wheat barley and timothy this being about the order of succession from year to year He has a few pigs a small flock of poul try two or three cows a truck patch an orchard and a wood lot He usual ly makes a living comfortable or not as his temperament demands but he seldom makes more The westerner aims also to make his homestead selfsupporting and buys nothing he can profitably raise but he generally selects some one feature as wheat corn beef cattle hogs fine horses or dairy cows which he works for all hes worth On his big money crop he concentrates his energies Many Kansas and Iowa farmers are get ting rich This is a fact whatever the causesThe southerner grows onehalf bale of tencent cotton to the acre and buys western corn for man and mule and loses money A bale to the acre costs about six cents a pound but two bales can be grown on an acre and afford a profit at five cents Let the southern fanner on 20 acres raise five acres ol cow peas and five acres of corn when his cotton does not require his attention and on the remaining ten acres he can raise eight bales and he need buy no fertilizers He would make money The average cotton planter derives no benefit from his salubrious climate and his mules eat their heads off from July to DecemberThe of all these illustrations is to specialize along lines of rational diversityThe has learned it the eastern and southern agricultural prob lems must be solved along this tion For example one man has a cucum ber farm under glass and ships thou sands of cucumbers to New York Boston at 150 to 250 a dozen He makes money in his specialty Near Hastings more than 2500 acres of Irish potatoes have been planted A northern doctor who came to Florida for his health has a pineapple farm of more than an acre under a slate roof no uses speckled sunshine or wood fires at will One gardener sold from one acre last winter 20000 heads o lettuce 12 inches across and solid from three to five cents a head Another specialist lost 20 acres of sugar cane by the January 1905 col waveEvery tale has a moral writes H A Bereman in Farmers Voice and that o the practice of varied agriculture is Put not all thine eggs In one basket which is as good now as in Ben Frank lins day because too many eggs in one basket means havoc for some o themThe motto of the specialist who can control his conditions is Put thine eggs in one basket and watch that basket SWEET POTATO DIGGING Tool with a Roller Coulter on Each Side of the Ridge and a Large Central Knife Works Well To dig sweet potatoes a tool with roller coulter on each side of the ridge to cut off the vines and a large knife which runs under the ridge to f i i j fji4 is CR LAN f the ageworking laborpoints Irons I andas lifepermits direct and glassand a cabbagesfor all loosen SWEPT POTATO DIGGER up the soil anti potatoes will work well The hill of potatoes Is lifted out by hand and the potatoes snapped off at both ends Three rows are thrown together in one row of piles Dig them in the forenoon and let dry until afternoon then pick up put into cratesholding about 1 bushels haul to the cellar or house and place in bins tho same day The storehouse suggests the Farm and Home shoul dbe dry andkept about CO degrees fire being nec essary almost all the time where sweet potatoes are stored Good Use of Axle Grease mold board of plows and cultivatorshovels after finishing work with them they will be able to hitch to them again without being first obliged to scour Journal Auto Experience She You know this is the first time Ive ever been in an automobile Dont you feel as if you could keep going on like this forever Ive had too much experi Authority Who Is the chap over there who asserts that the rich are getting poorer and the poor richer n7 titthemFarm HeNo enceJudge daughtersDu1i 5 G AIUIAUU iiKjurr Comix YvHHaui ten JLMI vs Trustees of Colored Schaol No N jfurrard County Kentucky Dfts liy virtue of a judgment in the above styled action tendered at the August Term 105 of the Uurrard Cucuit Court I will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the court house door iti tHe city or Lancaster Gurnird couu ty Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described real property situated la UarrardCouu ty Kentucky ou toe waters ul HacK and ou tue North side Of the Lancaster aud Kicumoud Turnpike road and adjoins Um lauds of 1crrj Hudson Saul Palmer and John Palm er and oil said turnpike aud is the same property now used for the purpose ot conducting a public school in said district anti is described by metes anti bounds as follows Beginning at a stone on the North side of tile Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike road about 4 feet from the edge of tile metal curlier to Sam Palm er thence aluuu the North side of Mill pike North CSi W 310 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 Suuth 70 East 207 chains to a stake a new corner in line to Sam Palmer thence His line South 13 West 108 chains to the beginning containing one half acre aud being the same property conveyed to said School District by Step COlin and wife by deed date Oct 12 18J4 and In Deed Book 12 page 338 Garrard County Clerks otlice and being in said deed as School District No 14 which is the same as School D Said property Will he sold as a whole for the purpose of realizing the sum of 853 03 which is with in terest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Oct 31 1104 to date of sale and the further sum of 01 45 costs of this action TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of6 months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good sulllcient missioner bearing 0 per cent interest judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and will also he re upon said property sold until the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Herndon Attys for plaintiff This November 3rd 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land GABUAKD Ciucurr CounT James I Hamilton c Pill vs George Allen c Dfts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the August Term 1905 of the Garrard Cir cult Court 1 will on MONDAY NOV 27 1905 publicly before the Court House door iii the city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following ed real property situated in Garrard county Kentucky on the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the West bank or at the West edge of a of Sugar Creek a corner LO Israel hutman thence up said creek with the Thaddeus Norris line South 35 West G chains South 40J West 350 chains South 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 871 W 375 chains to stake in his line corner to Cyrus Dailey thence with North 4 East passing the division corner between Marian lot and the RichardPollard let at 0 chains a point in a branch 925 chains to a stake on a bill side corner to Dailey and George Allen and in line with Huffman N 84 E 813 chains to a stone corner to Huffman thence S 05 E 137 chains to the beginning containing six acres more or less The aforesaid boundary is the reported to this Court in this case by 0 T Wallace who has heretotore herein been ordered to survey said land and report same and has su done Said tract of land will be sold as a whole for the purpose of realizing a debt of the plaintiff amounts with its interest to day of sale to the sum of 55 00 together with the costs of this action which is the sum ap p 8050 And said sale will also be made sub ject to a lien of the defendant J S Johnson for 200 with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from January paidTERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sum cient surety for said purchase money payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner bearing 6 pst per annum from day of sale until the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity and a lien will alsQ be retained upon said property sold until the payment of purchase money J M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court W I Williams Atty for This November 3rd 1905 Commissioners Sale of Land GAHUAKD CIRCUIT COURT Robert Robinson c Piff vs Alexander J Robinson c Dfts 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 the city of Lancaster Garrard Kentucky sell to the highest and the following described real in GarrardCoun ty Kentucky in thin of Lancaster in commonly known as Dun can Town and IH the land sold and conveyed by William Adams and Lou Adams to George Ann Robinson on January 1st 1880 by deed or record In the Garrard County Clerks olllce Deed Book 4 page 12 and salt land Is bounded as Beginning at a stake III Qf the corner to lot No 5 thence with tbe line of same North 10 West OOr Luud District moors recorded mentioned trict No N plaintliIs debt payablepaidhaving a lien and SNlnebroacl delcrib 13 boundary oxlmatelv of per County iJ aCOlUfll1SStOiiUii Sub Vi reek C Dahle centInter Phi him = n j- r0v 00 s jr rir v 1 f t 1 fIii oj r A 1 SiDd DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTlIa s 100 bottle mfltSh3 trn sthe trial SIte for OULY AT Till LASORATORY o- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL A- mga1 YU1t 214 which reils 50 ccc- Pseesezo oiol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K cU 133A 3k fr f p t 1170 poles to a stake in the line of and corner to lot No 7 thence with the same South 10 East 117 poles to a stake in the line of the anothercorner to lot No 7 thence with theline of the lane North 701 Butt 3 4 poles to the beginning containing one lessSaidthe pur pose of a division of tne proceeds among tne heirs of said George Ann Robinson and same will be sold as awhole TERMSSaid on a credit of months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good and sullici ent surety for tin purchase money to the undersigned Master Commisioner c per cent interest per annum from untilpaid the force and effect of ajudgment 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 mooney J M ROTH WELL Master Commissioner of Garrard Cir cult Court 3rd 1905 W 1 Williams Atty for Plff Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKAUD CIRCUIT COURT Mary J Hays c Pitvs DftsByabove 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 the city of Lancaster GarrardCouii ty Kentucky sell to the and best bidder the hollowing described real property situated in Garrard Coun ty and bounded as follows at a stakea black oak and hackberry marked as pointers thence 53 East 81 poles to a white oak corner W W Greer thence with his line North 79J East 99 poles to a stone corner thence North 18 West 44 three young chestnuts thence 4 V 40 poles to a beech and sycamore sprouts hence N 15 E 45 to a stake to G A Conner thence N 72 W 90 poles to a white N 71JVV49 poles to a stake to a knob on Harmons Lick Creek or where it will join C Hoskins thence back with line to the beginning containing 125 acresFrom this is deducted the following boundaryBeginning 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 toe 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 Hoskins line to the back line or line of Grantors theiu to the beginning containing in all 05 acres be the same more or less Said tract of land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on acredit of G and 12 mouths purchaser will be to execute bonds of equal with good and sulllcieut security for said money pay able to the undersigned Master six per cent per meat upon which execution may issue if bonds arc not paid at maturity and lien will also be retained on the pro perty sold until the payment of the purchase moneyJ M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court This November 3rd 1905 R H Tomlinson Atty for Plff No dangerous drugs or cootion are taken into the stomach when Hyomei 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 and the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit HOO extra bottle 50 cents For sale by R E McRoberts 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas PresentsforSubscrlbersto- the Weekly CourierJournal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to in all There will be four general of 100 5030 and 20 andSixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Ten nessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier 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