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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky Second Clot Matter 13 ONE DOLLAR YEAR c J1j r w entrtf r as NUJrB R OUILANDRAlf Publisher j LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 5 1910 I Ay x1 S r w ht ttothELI 1 TB IE itt r T WEATHER ITEMS Get ready for the hot days in July and August they will soon be here NOT I T I 1 9 Suininer Corsets The best value you ever saw at 35 and 50 cents Snnimer Underwear Ladies Vests at 5 7t 1 2i 25 35 and 50cts Gents Balbrigan Shirts at 25 50cts Ladies Drop Stitch Lisle hose 35 and 50cts Nice of fans at 5 10 15 20 25 35 5075 and v Parasols We are showing a nice line and Umbrellas all grades and prices See Our Linen White Piques at 10 12i 20 25 35 and 50cts Oxfords and Slippers Misses and Childrens Slip pers See our and learn our prices bev fore you buy BTews for Men See our line of Soft Bosom Shirts at 50 75 and 1 00 You will pronounce them the best values ever saw at the price a suit of our Feather Weight Un wear you like it Straw Hats The best value you ever saw at 25 50 75 and 1 00 Summer Clothing Luster Alpaca and Serge and Vests Linen Suits Linen Coats Linen Pants Flannel Coats and Pants or most any kind of suit you want Hens and Boys Suits We can supply you w4tjrrnost any of 3 See stock befoTe yoU ir 10 15 4 FaIlS assortment x00 1 5 d will U r r want bu I t THE lOGAN DRYB000S t ifrt r j ri I 1 1 s R l I I t r f 1r barf IL a iw t ou Our y 11 l ly 5r s t 4 AND VICINITy U r II L uuultu I 1 3 bAVCASTER ed TisitJoc Riklasfhaving parlor See J A line of wall pa per before buying Take watces clocks for repair to fll C Many of the famcrs arc their wheat Tl wet weather ed this jp Artist will be here the first FiQay and Saturday 6th and 7th in Jtly QWheat stored Will buy wheat or store sane See me before selling BANKS HUDSON f Dont make ou your accounts on a penny tablet bU have THE RECORD ollicc print bill heads Dont be a hayseed PrcuckU Sunday Rev Mr Wcford of Indiana preach at the Baptist church next Sunday Paris green insect powder moth preventive acid bug extern articles necessary during the hot weather roifMEsDiuJG STOKE Niitlceto Taxpayers Come in taxes at once as we are preparing to advertise delin quents and will be done in a few days J B Saiders S G C StorcSloom For teat The large hndsome store room now occupied by Synipson as a grocery Th is grocery room in town and omW f the best stands Ha been a groce ry and house Xpr many years Plqity of light Possession given after August l4 G S GAINES Regular pitching services at the Methodist next Sunday at 11 a m No pvkfiiing at night The pastor series of revival ces at Bryahsville Sunday holding the opening service at 8 p m Rev Robinson exjects to begin his revival services her bout Sept 1st friends visited Lena Bright th the dedication of her new house atJ she received quite a lot of useful ad handsome presents She asks Tint to thank them and say will always have her prayers and flit wishes C The accommodating lady who to make picture of the Cemete ry gate in getting the view aji we will have to wait a time Theljilderflukc in the camera got out of orer eIt Meet Here Dr tells THE RECORD that the C otral Kentucky Medical Association till meet in this city on the third in this monththe lth Dr Jick Elliott of ville is on tl program for a paper Wanted As agent a reliable firm I will pay the higlest market price for wheat I wjl engage a few choice crops now ii seen at once to be de livered at tlii ihing time i TOM ADAMS tf Bryantsville Ky The comitf Jrawing which appeared in last issu and caused so much laughter wts jmade by Mr II Clay Sutton city whose ability as an artist is w iiderf ul lie has an eye on other w flknown citizens and their little p may be aired in like manne pro long An exchang tells of the invention of a fish net hich will land them every There are already a number of nets in this section which land them time The nets used hereabouts are about ten and three to five in heighth and seem to work better between than in daylight Thats what the matter with tie local SlOftPrlze Garrards reprJJBentatives in the cenfesf hursday July 12 will be Misses Lllie B Leavell Alice Henderson Richmond Winchester Danville Harrodsburg anfl Stanford will also be represented by best talent All the contestants are cultured and gift ed young ladles and the occasion will be long remembered by all who Seats 50 cents on sale at Me Roberts Balcony So cents Some have paid and some have no If you had to for goods on six month time I could have told you no You asked few days hive made it It you think the e is any man in busi ness of this d just me the amount of your for six months without Interest please But let this suffice I need w lat you me it is rt T to it You are nqUthe qnly fellow I am talking to law nd the only I in town that Is swing just such things n B A STONE P s s J lis lleazt ys your j w Thompson b SacraY Pt to som eat il car lic i n an A great that I e disappointed TI rsday gal the fIr time cry suns streams Elocutionary Florence Burnside the attend con for a ki lose now past due a ant you pay a j J f 1 i iW J1 i i t any dry stae kI cat Fr Miss 4 bough r i w sane man lhi ECOrtn w off tie wa Tim rd Bryan r occu ic las quo nstvare begtia Ser Vicar oft ularities ta flung and e the time you G mon account Dive a I I f- e er get man I Visit Joe Nicklas shaving parlor Special values in hose this week at Josephs X All kinds of bill heads printed TIlE RECORD ollice Judge Brown says trade at his police Give a trial on job work Perfect satisfaction or no pay If you fail to hear the contest on If you are in need of furniture go to J A licazluys where you can get the best goods for the least money Raspberries on hand every day at the market price til the berry season is over at W B JAUVIS JLycciiiu Course The Lancaster Lyceum Company proposes to put on a strong course for the coming season Ladies slippers in tan kids oxblood and black Fine values all go at onehalf cost to close out tf C D POWELL Co Prompt attention and satisfaction given at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Nice eightroom cottage for tent For terms apply to G Gaines or J M Logan A cow fresh and a good milker tf R Scale Books TIm TlKCOHD ollice prints any and all kinds of weight books for sealer etc Nicely perforated to leave a cleancut stub This office has just printed a new telephone directory which is the most convenient ever issued by the com pauy and accommodate the operator by call ing for the number you want instead of the person Judges or Contest Judge Richard G Williams of Mt Vernon will be one of the judges in the ccntest for the diamond ring on July 12 Other competent and disin forested men will be selected and an impartial decision will be given SUe Your Money Too many buggies sullies phaetons and road wagons For the next thirty days I will offer my large ye hides at prices lower place in Central Kentucky money Come and see W J ROMANS To Town TaxPayers The City needs its taxes and I have been instructed to begin collecting Please be ready Its just as easy to pay now as it will be later on tf JAS PEAUCE Collector The Really Best Cigars La Perfecto FIVECENTS STOIOIES Still on Deck I am again in charge of my imple ment business in Lancaster and have on hand the Hancock and Avery Disc Plow Superior and Kentucky drills Capital wagon Disc harrows and all kinds of plows See me and will save you money and sell you the best on the market Dtf G S GAINES Ito Kcmeiubers Paint Lick Mr Geo E Evans recently made general manager of the great L N system will be remembered by cit liens of Paint Lick as the train dis patcher who had his nose skinned in the Sells circus wreck at that place several years ago The big wreck had been cleared and Mr Evans was on an extra engine to Silver Creek after a of horses when it crashed into a train coming in the opposite Partners Take Notice Would advise every farmer not to miss an opportunity to stack your wheat You can stack your wheat with safety when it will not do to thresh from shocks Dont wait for a thresher or for your wheat to get dry enough to thresh from shock but save your wheat every chance you have by stacking it You will find your shocks wet on the inside Eeshock your wheat putting the dry bundles to gether and the damp bundles on the outside and in this way you may save the wheat We have letters Tenneseee all the wheat sprout ing in shocks We information from all over the State wheat threshed shocks in bad condition not only damp but wet Millers and Elevators refused to contract or storage Such wheat will be worthless and profit by that years ence YourFriends H A B RUKKSBUBY SON xe ber wyvy The REcOlm For Sale ElI RoHEltTS pill Large stock r Tack it where you can see it stock of than Rosa fJosephine 1fIposa C TS fEN EN DRUGSTORE heat direction I have i c J 1t 1 tr f 5 j rliI drr n i i i 1 4 7 f r I I I I lades dulls ily You cans wail I 1PrinciItedcUules S going told i saying ram accept iti on homer 875 e s y 1txr rote poll x to Ky in 12 be on ed er A lovely assortment of fans at Jt sephs V Buy fresh every day at Blue Grass Grocery Red Ash Bluegem and Brillia coal for cash cheap J G Moss vertisement T o extremely hot weather has yet been experienced Old Sol has been very kind to the people so far We are offering some splendid Wash Goods bargains this week JJoseV s If you owe me please callaml settle your account I need the money T CURKBY Why toil over the sewing machine making underwear when we have readymade at prices that will pay you to buy J Joseph Mr Bastin is new poles the telephone exchange wires Judging from their size and quality he believes in putting them in to stay Energetic men and women to rep resent usin every locality Good Exclusive Address box 134 Danvill D D GRIOER Mgr June 214t As we are going to quit business all owing the firm to please call at once and settle All having accounts against the firm or either member thereof will please present same at once FULLER SYMPSON The New Flour Mill J S Minor San will have their flouring Mills ready about August 15 We have the latest improved and will be prepared to give you the very best results to be obtained We have on hand at present 40 000 feet long leaf yellow pine flooring also car load of lime and cement E T MINOR Manager We are succeeding remarkably wen cleaning up goods and by the time we for the fall trade we will have for every thing We will not carry over goods from season to season and will let them go at any price to clear them out J Joseph Dont AHMH It The elocutionary contest on July will be high grade many winners from other points taking part The 100 diamond ring has drawn out the best talent and the Opera House will crowded The management has placed each seat on floor at 50 cents regardless of age and they are being rapidly taken at McRoberts Reserve them at once if you want good seats Balcony seats Socts Having a Nice Run This office has had a splendid run job work during the last week or so keeping all hands hard at work till late in the night We have some of the bestcustomeis a country office claimed and we certainly the way they stand by the paper About all the work we lose in town is sent away by parties who hope to save about the sixteenth of a cent on every five dollar job We dont want to work for that class of skinflints A Singular Coincidence Abe and Josh Smith are brothers of whom lives in Boyle county and other in Lincoln They are of the civil war and they look the part Strange as it may seem they had never laid eyes on each since being mustered out of service until last Monday when they met for the first time on the streets of this town The meeting was touching damp and tuneful They were so indeed that they decided to celebrate the reunion in grand style which they did by filling their hides with a good article of sheepdip secur from one of the minkslides of bat row The tanglefoot had nosoon taken effect than they fell out and began to fight each claiming tIle of haying been the youngest soldier of the rebellion The was short1 i v e d butvenomous When it was over a of whiskers and part of a hickory shirt lay in the trampled dust and Joshes eyesight was greatly damaged Abe had given him such a terrible whaleing that he lost every particle of his patriotism and was soon afterward seen trekking rapidly across the veldt toward his humble kraal among the kopjes of his adopted county This rather diverting episode was undoubt edjy a trifle subsequent If these fel lows had met and clinched here during the recent G A B encampment it would have much more appro priate But of course it cannot be helped If there are any other per in this or other county who to pose as the youngest drummer boy of the great civil conflict they should now hasten up to the where Abe is and take former place of Josh Smith the dethroned exiled and despised pretender 222 fatgn a 1 I everything still adding Wanted Salary territorysteady employment machinery absolute drugstore ever appreciate veterans other overjoyed honor enlisted encounter handful seemed firing line Banner Bread task C S ali sulnmcr arc cady room the tie sons any wish thee r S S 9 R 1- i 7 j or of P a Firstclass work at Duncans Hotel Barber Shop Go to J A Beazley for a new and beautiful line of wall paper A few pretty left at J sephs You take at your own price Ed Adams has been in this vicinity buying a car load of horses to take to Arkansas Excursion rates on all railroads to the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Our line of ready made underwear is the best ever displayed in Call and see j Joseph a blessed thing is being done to secure the new railroad Will some sage please take the floor and tell the reason The City Council met Monday night and talked a while about cutting the weds peddlers license and a few equally as important matters and adjourned When Bob Henry asks for that tion kindly settle with him Wc have some creditors that whine like Tom cats for their money Hay Press I will rnn my hay press again this season Have your hay baled now before bad weather sets in Call on address S II Estes Lancaster Smith Currey Agents for Dan vine Steam laundry Work shipped and received daily Shirt waists a specialty Offlce at R II Batsons dry goods store tf Cemetery Trusties The Lancaster Cemetery company met Monday and elected the follow ing trustees for the ensuing year W H Kinnaird J C Robinson W JRomans J M Duncan and John E Stormes By treating everyone alike perfect ly fairand square we have the custom all classes of people and by this rule weconimand the best patronage consequently can afford to handle the very best goods J Joseph Floral Hall at the Lexington Show Fair and Carnival will contain more things of beauty than were ever amassed under one roof Aug 1318 Liberal premiums for all classes of womans work and amateur photogra f I I par Tot Lancaster I subs 726 maintaining f soli pout Not flier vC- ry Horte i 1 Wheat bought or stored Will buy wheat or store same See me before selling BANKS HUDSON Bugsy for Sale Used but very little A bargain Apply to J II Sympson at Fuller Sympsons ONE FAUE TO CINCINNATI and return via Queen Crescent Route and connecting lines account B Y P U Convention July 10thllth and 12th See your Ticket Agent for particulars I have for sale one half interest in a 20horse power saw null with Atlas Engine and Boiler and Gaar Scott mill and 30 inch also a ICiorse power Gaar Scott tra tion engine andIluber Separator and power Star portable engine and an 18 inch French Hurrh corn mill with corn and meal elevator all in firstclass order and guarantee same as well Terms made to suit buyer LESLIE T BUADSHAW Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore existing between T S Burnam I C Rucker as Burnam Rucker in the milling business at Paint Lick Ky is this day dissolved by mutual consent I C Rucker retires going to Berry Ky to run a mill for Burnam Rucker at that place Burnam Co succes SOlS to Burnam Rucker at Paint Lick will continue the business All accounts due Burnam Pucker must be paid at once to wind up the busi ness either partner can collect G74t BUUNAM Co in the Act A beautifully printed illustrated pamphlet has been issued by theQueen and Crescent Route that is full of data as to the historic old seaside city of Charleston S C The National Educational meets in July and every teacher in the land will be interested and prof by a perusal of the pamphlet it will be sent to you free A beautiful frontispiece entitled Caught in the Act adds to the novel makeup of the pamphlet Send your name to W C Rincarson General Passenger Agent Cincinnati If you are a teacher the pamphlet comes to you free At the election of officers of Frank lilt Lodge No 7 I O O F the fol wing were chosen G B Swinebroad noble grand O W Shugars vice grand R II Tomlinson secretary Robt T Embry treasurer The lodge is in a nourishing condition and has N work at every meeting J Sale withdouDle saw h0 a horse june S4t Caught interesting Association C Maehileri for C C C C C Tin Roofing Galvanized and Tin Guttering Tin and Steel Metal work of all kinds Promptly attended to and guar anteed J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors Satisfaction J R Ha ldBnI Arterial and Embalming Line of Furniture and Carpets Ca jtr ff lP- all Kiiielits of Pvtliias Garrard Lodge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally J E ROBINSON C C G B KR S 1vis- iting SWDtE ROAD 1 invited LOCAL TIMETABLES IMIHISonthbnrt 3 Ixcd passes Lancaster 1110 AJI Mixed 335 p Pasagr 25 A x- smthbnd 12 28 A x urtb bud North bnd s i extensive line of Mens Boys and Youths Straw Hats that we will sell cheap Embracing all the new Shapes and Styles Come and get one before the styles are broken BIG LOT OF LADIES and MISSES SHOES AND OXFORDS that we will close out at less than manufacturers cost Hot Weather Clothing Serge Suits Serge Coats and Vests Double Breasted Serge Coats Crash Suits in fact everything in the way of Summer Suits can be our store at the very LOWEST PRICES See Our Hot Weather Shirts Underwear to suit everybody Neckwear Hosiery and Gloves 4In great quantities at prices will buy them Avery I hadat r l l thatyou MGAINSBARGAINSBARGAINSJ iDD 0 F3 3 D OBINSONt t y i r Ig J- X a f CENTRAL R EGGED THURSDAY JULY 5 EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRAr Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY TEPMB Six MOUTHS THREE 100 M 25 ExGOY JAMES B McCiiEAKY has a letter to friends at Danville that he does not think he ought to be a candidate for Governor but intimates that he would not de cline a nomination if offered The governor is one of the best posted men in the state and would make a model executive We asked a leading for whom his party in this were for governor and he said they would be for McCrcary first last and all the time if his were placed before the convention but if he were out suggested they would support Black TIm Kentucky editors are having their spadetail coats pressed a new crease put in their jeans trousers and the only shirt washed at a steam preparatory to attending the Press Association which the latter part of this month in Louisville An extended trip will be taken thro the northwest in all about eight days being taken up As all the editors have the same troubles to contend with its a pleasure to get together and console one another You know the old saying Misery loves com piny TIm RECORD almost daily a long proof sheet of editorials written in the interest of a certain political party and offering us the free use of them Our editorial department is weak enough heaven knows but what is worked off on our readers will be original come what may The proof sheets are sent out by the campaign bureaus during eve ry election anti we frequently see the same item ver batim in several TIlE good ship Oregon rock and stove a big hole in Tier side while en route to China This ship was worth more than every pigtailed Chinaman on the globe She has pro yen her qualities and every American heart beats in sorrow of her mishap Sprains or sores burns or scalds wounds or cuts tetter eczema all quickly cured by Banner Salve the most healing medicine in the world Stormes lm The less people know about each other the politer they are when they meetAny advertised dealer is authorized to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter eczema piles sprains scalds burns ulcers and any open or Old Sore 0 C 2 J E Stormes lm It is hard for anybody else to please the man who is well pleased with If you are sick all over and dont know just what ails you its ten to one your kidneys are out of order Foleys Kidney Cure will bring health and energy Stormes lm Life is mostly made up of for rain and then wishing it would clear ofT j If the stomach liver and bowels fail to perform their functions regularly and naturally the blood becomes con laminated with impurities and the whole system is in consequence tated IlKitmxK is remarkable for its efficacy in curingthe ailments of sum Jmcr and the disorders prevalent dur ing hot weather Price 50 cents C lm 0 T ng ili ONE written democrat county name laundry han papers Or Urulc8 C C J E himself C C J E C J Storines 190 xAfii AUVA iC1L 0 r a saving nicety receti on tiunty C cuts C pray deb E ret son j is LOWELL The farmers their wheat and report a good crop The tobacco crop in this section growing slow but the corn is growing nicely The season so far is good Miss Emma Spratt has returned homo from a visit to Miss Lillie Moo dy at Kingston Mrs Berta Brown has returned home from a to her parents Mr and Mrs Gee of Winchester Mrs Sam Davis of Lebanon Junction is visiting mud relatives here Mrs Margaret Barker of Georgia is being enter tained by her cousins Misses Marga and Agnes Henderson Omer McKcnney of Lebanon tion is visiting her aunt Mrs A rgo Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead is visitting her aunt Mrs Belle Hcnder The Misses Burnside of are visiting Miss Alma and Mary Lear Miss Young of Due West South Carolina is visiting Misses Mamie and Lucille Ramsey Miss Amanda Anderson of Lancaster visited Mrs E L Woods Mr and Mrs John Earle and two pretty chil dren Sarah Morris and Charles have returned to their home at Falmouth after spending a footnight with Earles brother J S Burrows Mrs Earle was formerly Miss Annie Bur Vows of this place and the many friends of her girlhood entertained her with real Kentucky hospitality Mr W Gillispie who has been quite sick convalescent Mrs Clara Bettis has returned home from a visit to her daughter Mrs Boyd in Indiana Little Miss Bessie Boyd of Indiana is spending the summer with her grandmother Mrs Clara Bettis Misses Nannie and Maggie Scott are enter their cousin Miss Dove Mer ritt Mrs Route of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs RusS Denton Mr J D Hardwick is now ready for work in his new blacksmith shop here II is many friends are glad to welcome him here as he is an energetic man and the kind every town needs J B Hutchins has commenced his School Prospects arc tine for a corn crop this year Mrs Menifee Elmore is able for them to go to house keeping J J and J Thompson sold a of fat hogs for 450 Fanners are offered 80 cents per bushel for their wheat but refuse to sell Rev W B Ragan P E of the District is at home for a few days on business Rev P Morgan was in our village Sunday and preached both morning and evening Brown Cress have returned from the mountains with a nice lot of hogs and sheep QHutchins Bros sold about 9000 feet of walnut lumber and 5500 feet of poplar at a fair price to be measured up this week The camp meeting which is to here the 11th inst promises to be a success The L N railroad has promised reduced rates on its road We are expecting a line meeting J P and Sam Ballard sold 104 ewes to Mr Adams of Jessamine county sold about 170 to same for 375 A Thompson sold some hogs last week Nathan Cress and family was visit tug in Rockcastle county last week Miss Kate Payne and Miss Mattie Corminey are visiting at Rowland this week F F Cummins and wife and L Anderson and wife were visiting Mrs Victoria Anderson Sunday Rev S M Carrier has been visiting at Highland for a few days yri 1C arecuttiug l1 Lancaster Staining u carload London commence for w per head G A and J C Sulcr at tlc visit frier lei b PIIIAC1iLIrvti ILL C C 53 Ids We fight the Trusts with all our Might And want your Help in this great Fight Special No 10 For One Week Beginning July 2lll Proves the above statement There never was a cut made in groceries worthyof mention until we started our store and know it Come take advantage of the following bargains ARMOURS DELICIOUS EXTRACT OF SOUP A lOc CAN FOR 5 CENTS A Bargain of a lifetime Each can makes 5 plates of How Armour will fuss when he linear of this slaughter LANGDONS FINE EXTRACTS LEMON OR VANILLA FLAVOR AT Sic A BOTTLE BEST CORN STARCHJust as good as any in the world Is your gain and our loss AT Sic A PACKAGE 7 Pounds Of Salsoda For 5cYou do well to get 31bs for at other store YOURS FOR BUSINESS Blue Grass GroceryPhone 83 V T E SMITH Mgr Nice Pickles At 4c A Dozen Bird Seed per Package 4 cents i 5c any F J T r l 1 HIAUKSBUIIYi John Woods bought of Henry Park same price Miss Fannie Newton and Mr Ham ner of Junction City were married at the home of the parents Tuesday ly 3rd at 2 oclock by Rev B A Co pass The couple left immediately after the ceremony for Junction City An old gentleman aged 73 recently attended the wedding of a young lady in this community After the ceremony he remarked to the bride that he had seen her great grand her grandmother and mother married What other gentle man can say as much Mr M G Aldridge visited friends in Brodhead Saturday and Sunday Miss Sallie Lou Myers of Lancas ter spent several days last week with her sister Miss Ilallie dames B A Copass and A J Brewiier and little Eons and daughters spent Friday with Miss Meek Kemper in Boyle Ben Aughes and wife of Lancaster visited friends here Rev 1Vm Anderson wife little son who have been spending several weeks with their parents J B Kcmper and wife returned last week to their home at Oklahoma City Oklahoma Their many friends that they could not stay longer C A Robinson sold to Bowen Fox of Danville two horses at 75 each Mr M G Aldridge made a visit to Lexington last week Misses Sue Sutton Lizie Marksbury and Mrs Fred Burdett went to Lancaster to hear Rev Massees farewell sermon Mr Hughes Aldrdjte of visited relatives here Sunday While Dr and Mrs J II Durham were visiting their parents here their horse strayed It had been gone some time before it was missed Mr M FRout who is always ready and willing to oblige a friend found the horse and brought it to the doctor He thanks Mr Rout very much for his kindness Rev A J Copass spent several weeks with a friend near Louisville Mrs Joe Boner spent several days last week with Mrs Meek Kemper of BllYANTSVILLE Elder Allen will preach at Pleasant Grove Sunday M r Tom Adams bought of Yard Hutchinson his crop of wheat at 80c A little son came to the home of Mr C M Jenkins recently My hats are going fast a cost Call and scethcm A S Haselden Protracted meeting will begin here at the Methodist church next Sunday night Mr Zau Adams is buying wheat in this vicinity There is an abundant yield The farmers regret that they did not sell their crops last week at fjo cents Miss Bessie Ballard of Paint Lick has been visiting her aunt Mrs AS Ilnseldcn Mrs Anna Burk of Paint Lick is the guest of relatives in this vicinity Mrs Holoway and sister Mrs Ison of Wilmore are visiting Mrs Dr Armstrong Little Miss Combs of Ilanley is the guest of Miss Nannie Ball Miss Annie Ball is visiting her uncle Mr Alf Ball of Jessamine Mr and Mrs John Hug gins of Jficholasville are visiting their daughter Mrs ISTym Sparks Dr Priest is spending a few days in Burgin Misses Elsie Palmer and IHgginbotham hums been the guests of Miss Mamie Ballard the past week Mrs Sallie B Welch is quite sick at this writing Miss Pearl Philips and Miss Simp son was the guests of Mrs Dickerman Miss Aline Arnold has been visit ing her sister Mrs Mamie Walker iit Teatersville Milton Eliott who has been the guest of his brother Dr Eliott has gone to Chicago to take charge of a school at that place Mrs Mary Woolford and little daugh tel of Lexington were visiting her father J W Hagan last week ter Sam Farley is visiting his cousin Embry Deatheragc in Richmond Mrs Mug Churclifield of Lexington visited her sister here last week Miss Ethel Wilson of Mayfield is spending the week with tits May Jenkins Mrs S P Wilson and family were guests of Mrs Parks Miss Ethel West of Lancaster and Miss Clyde McGinnis of Danville vis ited Miss Nellie Burnside Mrs Ma ry A Ford spent a few days with the family of Mr Porter Dunn last week Little Miss Nancy Ranks Dennis of Burgin spent a part of last week with little Miss Emma Dunn Mrs Joe Campbell spent Sunday her Mrs Zane Norris who remains quite ill Miss Alpha Brooks and John Woods of Little Saturday and Sunday with Mr J II Easley We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Holzhaucr Druggist Newark N J It is perfectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds or hoarseness Sold by R E Me Roberts druggist lm Even the grocer wants but little here drops of water and little grains of sand One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless remedy that produces im mediate results Try it Frisbie The hand that rocks the cradle is often imported and gets per week and board DaWitts Little Early Risers are famous little pills for liver bowel troubles Never P es las ttie stile niceisu rsmother her Rice Sunday ands regret Lancaster Boyle 4 Lu- C Annie n b u belowlittle F P three dollars anal I gripe sist J yea 1 wither Ilcklnans pent t i if f 1 t iV the N can best sale new tf tlj ed not in ers y ed all to iJ There are about 100000000 sheep in Vustralia It is estimated that the total wheat yield of Oklahoma will be 30000000 bushels this A million dollars for strawberries is record this season for Charleston C shippers In 1870 there were 9000 Shakers in the United States At present they du not number more than 1000 Every time a man invents a good schelne some other fellow comes and makes a fortune out of it Dont empty meat brine where hogs get at it it may kill some of time W B Jarvis has a good stock Po bull calf six months old Running trotting pacing and mule races all have a call at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug No cedar trees should be grown within half a tulle of fruit trees as they propagate rust Strawberry vines as well as apple trees are A carriage dealer in Linn county Kansas announced that courting is made easy by the use of the celebrated sparking buggy for sale of which he is sole agent in that locality Tennessee cotton planters are out large orders for turkeys in an effort to save the crop from by grasshoppers which have ar peared this season in enormous I have on hand 000 mountain ewes will sell on time or for cash or place theta in good hands or shares can good Southdown bucks with them J I HAMILTON Arkansas has taken a step more than all the Audubon societies In that State a woman who wears a stuffed bird on her hat is liable to a line of from 25 to 50 by a law enacted by the Legislature An Iowa strawberry grower correct ly states that strawberry buds are formed in the fall So with all With a long favorable spring straw berry buds sometimes form in the spring A paying crop of berries from springformed buds is out of the ques tion The Southwest Aberdeen Angus and Ileroford cat both baenmost liberally pro vided for at the Lexington Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Black knot of plums is said to have been killed out by covering the spors with a wax of tallow resin and kcrosine equal parts Another effect ice cover is to paint with a strong of potash With the woods full of affected trees and shrubs and the wind to carry the spores no one can hope to keep free from the pest The wheat crop of Kansas is said to the largest ever known in the state It is estimated now in round numbers at 100000000 bushels Twenty farm have been import into the State to help harvest it One county Burton with a of 13000 will harvest 5000000 about 385 bushels for everyman woman and child in the county Fruit trees are not adapted to the lawn nor are they suitable for lawn trees as has been argued those who would have fruit trees serve a double purpose We tried it and found that our trees could not cope with the hea bluegrass that sodded the ground Fruit tree roots want a loose porous soil in which to work so docs not ad mit of this Moreover it should be borne in mind that fruit trees require cultivation For these reasons it is advisable to set them in a place that cannot regularly be cultivated Where shade and ornamentation are desired set shade and ornamental The question often is asked Why have we more insect pests today than earleir times when nothing was known of insecticides and insect kill One reason is that our modern civilization seems to have a thirst for bird life and has destroyed millions of insectivorous birds that lived on the insects which we now tight with Bor deaux mixture etc The best insect killers we have are the birds But gradually they are being killed off or deprived of congenial living quarters reason of the clearing of forest and Wooded lands compelling them to seek other climes and many of our native birds have become extinct Farmers Voice A NIght or Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the of the brave General Burnham of M achias Me when the doctors said she could live till morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from Pneumonia but she begged for Dr Kings New cry saying it had more than once sir her life and had cured her of sumption After three small slept easily all night and its further use completely cured her This medicine is guaranteed to cure Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and 81 Trial bottle free at McRoberts drug store lm It is quite permissible to rob Peter pay your name is Paul mt of Wountled who have been healed by Banner Salve It lieals all Wounds or sores and leaves no scar J Stormes yaMM Sg SBig J E lin I year- r pigs lan us june 14tf affected I I sending I destruction numbers furnish decided recently have Horse- Show made solution be thousand laborers population bushels or b y treesEx widow no Disco marvelous Paulif very C C 1 I j f a 1318 fr 5 dose The large i ft nit Cons in men nfr is the tie u use all It in we one ity tin by Of of GGNERAfc NGWS London has almost abandoned hope that the foreigners at Pekin are safe and the worst is feared The demand is made that Japan Ic given the job of wallopingChina while the other Powers stand by and sec the job well done Time Emperor of Germany has made a remarkable speech declaring lie would exact vengeance for the murder of his Minister Von Ketteler Otlicer Ilarrod arrived at Frankfort with Robert Noakes arrested in Vir ginia on a warrant charging complicity the Goebel as avSinution on division of the Southern railway were given an increase of 10 per cent in wages A report from Gen Davis command the troops in Porto Rico indicates American generosity is the islanders Admiral Kempff is moving in the matter of cooperating with the other Bowers in China confining himself to protecting Americans It admitted at Taku that the unpro yoked attack of the foreigners on the Taku forts made the Chinese allies of Boxers In response to the request of the War Department for the strength of Kentucky State Guard assistant Adjutant General Murray sent in the following report Regiments 3 com 35 batteries 1 authorized strength 3500 actual strength 21 4 formed men about 1000 in twenty companies Business men who lack the vim snap and vigor they once had should HERBINE it will purify the blood strengthen and invigorate the system Price 50 cents Stormcs lm When a man begins to be his ov n worst enemy his fool friends always assist him Those who live on farms are espec rally liable to many accidental cuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LIN I MENT is applied Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm All the worlds a stage and all the men and women want to rude on top The law holds both maker and circulator counterfeit equally guilty The dealer who sells you a dangerous counterfeit of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make a little larger profit You trust him DeWitts is the only genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and skin diseases See that your dealer gives you De Witts Salve F P Frisbie Wlienevcr a man makes a good guess he begins to talk about his good judgment gentleman recently cured of the following blessing Some have meat and can not catand some have none that want it but we have meat and we can eat Kodol DySpCpSia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach dis orders F P Frisbie lm The man who has a good opinion of human nature doesnt know very much about it The blood is strained and purified by the kidneys No hope of health while kidneys are wrong FOLKYS Kir XKY CUKK will make healthy kidneys and pure blood Nothing else just as lm Human nature shows to a better acl vanta e at a dog tight than at a IIEliBINE clears the complexion ffvcs buoyancy to the mind cures headache regulates the stomach and bowels stimulates the liver and is fact a perfect guardian to the health Price 50 cents Stormes N lm We all live to learn but some of us seem to live a great deal more than learn There is no longer an excuse for any to endure the torture inflicted by piles when Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them a remedy so moderate in price and so effective Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes lm you never sec a bankrupt at a char soup house Thats where his vie Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abund V antly The trouble arises from inane tion their food is not assimilated but devoured by worms A few doses of WHITES CKEAM VERMIFUGE will de stroy the worms when the children will begin to thrive at once Price 25 cents C C J E Stormcs 1 fAdvice like castor oil is easy enough to but dreadful uneasy to take Womens nights Many women suffer all sorts of so called female weaknesses simply be cause their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know FOLEYS KIDNEY Cum is just what is needed most ailing women Stormes lm Most people are like eggs too fun themselves to hold anything else That xhrobbinff Heailuche Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands sufferers have proved their match lissmeritfor Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your healt h Easy to take Try them Only 25cts Money back if not cured Sold by B E McRoberts Druggist lm J agoyar men vilIe rthat pauperizing cautiously 4 C C J T of it cannot A dyspepsia good C C J E Stornies prayer meeting C J E go give C C J E t v 5r aeo4rs aaxcoo tcaeaaeocaat4a daaa dsss aoooa osaaaof panties C gave time CG C Si T We halve it and guarantee ev ery gallon O 9 0e O 9 fr O OO O Drug Store f 1i 12 ASITC MIXeD PAINT I Ro arts m flr uAZ L JL c BUY I 9i3 GO TO BTOME3DRUC STORE I FORT 1 fj J CREAM SODA WATER nrs TnnmrTnr Trmnnnr mnnnr BES n1j rp f Mmr f jj g g fe j t j I I 3 7 j j FINE GINSER ALE FKE SOAPS and PERFUMERIES I LILLfRD STDUT2 The and Stationers Danville I AM DRUGGISTS IUJ DRIES p Paints Rooks etc We especially invite inspection of on line line of Toilet Soaps Perfumery Cigars and lJpToDatc Novelties I I Our Soda Always Equipped with the Purest and B t Drinks made from Pure Fruit Juices Our prescription dcpartmen is handled with the utmost care and presided g over by experienced mei fj Garrard Friends Always Welcome STOUT CLOSING OUT From now stock is closed out we will sell AT our entire stock of Cigars Tobacco Etc Large stock WOODEN WARE BucKets Tubs Baskets Etc This is No latch Advertisement We mean we say as we are going out of business Come early before the stock is picked over FULLER SIMPSON KY Thats what our Special Sale of Fancy Suits means An ab fe solutely square genuine reduction of 20 per cent on any Fancy sSuit in our house We dont want to have to move so many back j sto our new storeroom The Opportunity of the Season to Get a Bar S gain In a s IT PAYS TO TRADE AT 3 THE GLOBE i Your money back if youre not satisfied MILLER HIRSCH Successors to J L Frohman Co DANVILLE KENTUCKY CIGAr 1W r il4q Pharm isms F Cou ty LILLA D l u L CSTun if the CO T TinwareCan f wh t L NCASTER 70 r0 t50 ji 70 T0 I q 10 Zar II 1fCJJ qr J I I i J 1 BUGS Station y lit aiil s r J1 f ci 5 ntl f y l Suites r r Ql E 0 0 S f 4 I tl h- tl CENTRAL RECTOR THURSDAY JULY 5 1900 people John M Lear went to Cincinnati Sunday Miss Georgia West is expected to visit Miss Kate Simpson Mrs Banks Hudson is in Lexington visiting her mother Mrs Kennedy Mr and Mrs Tucker are visiting Mrs L F Hubble Lexington street Mrs O H Irvine is at visiting her friend Miss Lizzie bury Miss Alberta Anderson is in visiting her cousins Misses EmbryMr Louis Doty anl bride of have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Duty Mis R L Jennings has recovered from her recent illness sufficiently to return to Paint Lick W C Wherritt of L N in New Orleans will arrive this week to visit his parents Mrs G S Gaines and two daugh ters Misses Julia Mae and Xannie have been visiting Danville relatives Mr Willie Walker wife and pretty Patsy Duncan of McCreary were time guests of Marshall Eason and fam ily Sunday Mr and Mrs CharlesW Frisbic and pretty little daughter Gladys of amie Wyoming are visiting Mr Jno W Miller and family Misses Mary Gill and Grace Kin naird leave Friday to join friends in Cincinnati to spend the month at Lake New York Warren Russell who has been a few weeks with his parents here left for Lebanon to attend the teach ers institute preparatory to in that county Miss Alma Lackey the popular and attractive guest of her uncle D M Lackey returned to her home clan in Tonn leaving many sad hearts among the Lancaster lads Ed Adams one of THE most valued subscribers is here from Arkansas buying a load of horses Judging from Eds healthy appear ance the wild and woolly West agrees with him The following from the Rich mond Pantagrajih is good county friends Col J W Capcrton who was painfully hurt several days ago by falling from his buirgy is able to be out much to the relief of scores of friends Miss Clara Haydon entertained a few friends at her pretty home near Nealton Wednesday evening in to Miss Miller of Eistwood and Miss Anderson of Lancaster theguests of Misses Dove rind Pattie Em Herald Courier Journal Miss Marietta Crowe of Third avenue and York St is going lo Lexington this week to it Mrs James Stoll and Mrs W G Dun lap during the Chautauqua meeting She wilt spend the entire summer in the Bluegrass She is one of Louis II Mlles most charming girls f J s is j Lexington Stanford the offices r Chau tauqua spending teachingS compliment bryLexington I I I i oooooaooooo000oooooaooooo00 coot R OUT osoooeooosx oooeaaooodaooodaooo t Marcell Mari J C a M L Sat Gaunt b news t air ru I std R E Henry attended Richmond court Monday Mr and Sirs R E McRoberts visit cd Danville Sunday II W Batson was in Sunday to see a mighty pretty girl Lawyer Vernoii Richardson of was here Saturday on business Misses Carrie Currey and Fannie Collier are at home from a trip to New Yorlc Miss Jennie Kavanaugh of Paint Lick has been visiting Mrs George Robinson Mrs Puss Arnold and Miss Louise Farris left Tuesday to visit relatives in Jellico Tenn Miss Eliza Smith left Monday to vis Mrs W M Bogle of BowlingGreen is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Win II Wherritt Little Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Nicholasvilic is the guest of Miss Marguriete Kinnaird Prof Patterson has gone to Charles ton S C to attend the National Ed Association Miss Mabel Royston of Junction City is visiting her grand parents Judge E P Brown and wife Mr Owen Shugars entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Miss Florence Tanner of McKin ney Mrs Jennie Eastland and daughter Miss Pattie of Columbus Ohio will arrive to visit the family of Squire W JI Kinnaird Mrs Mattie Duncan and Mrs Joe Robinson leave this week for Estill Springs which resort is one of the most popular in the state Several Lancaster people will visit Rockcastle Springs during the hot weather Those who have been arctic lighted with the fare and accommo LIOns Sauflcy Hughes went to Kingston Sunday to see a girl whom he he would like to gaze upon Always Always Henry Simpson en ters an objection T J Hatcher was quite ill Saturday and Sunday butt was able to resume his travels in Boyle county with the Haseldcn liter which he says is sell ing like hot cakes Harry Giovanolli is kind enough to say in the Danville Advocate Mr Louis Land nun of the Lancaster RKCOUD was spreading his good na turc throughout Danville this morn ing The W C T U gave a charming reception Saturday afternoon in lion or of Miss Christine Bradley The decorations were sweet peas The re frcshments were elegant and served by pretty girls in handsome style Quite an enjoyable affair was the pcnic given at Slate Lick Springs last Thursday by Mrs B M Lear and her charming daughters Misses Alma and Mary in honor of their guests Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside of The following young people made up the party Misses Mary and Bertha Burnside Lucile and Mayme Ramsey Jennie Parkcs Jennie Wallace Lucy Francis Annie Frauds Euphemia Young Mary anil A lnvj Lear Miss McCormack Messrs Poynlz Fish Jones Tudor Ruckcr McCormack Wallace Terrill Burrows and Bright lie N relatin Danville attends u ationtl prctt Lancaster me ys CLEARANCE SALEM Begining JULY 1st we will sell anything inline of I SUMMER GOODS AT COST y We will give RARE BARGAINS DontgK fail to take advantage of this opportunity t o get a nice hat for a little money I NOEL SISTERS to J gj z 2 3J 7 ZK 2 3y 3 4 of 1 l 7 7070 0 t 01 0J 7 YYl1JY1gt g i t I e lour leI someJ f r t L0 1 t 1 j c of of ny of McCarlcy is the guest of her sister Mrs Siler Miss Annie Taylor of Stanford has been visiting Miss Eliza Smith Mrs Bright and children of Cincin nati are visiting Miss Lena Bright Hon R II Tomlinson and Judge M D Hughes were in Stanford Tues day Mr Ashley Lillard of Stanford was here last week to see one of our pretty Mr Jesse Walden Jr and wife of Danville spent Sunday with relatives in this city Mr James Kinnaird of Columbus Ohio is visiting his brother Squire W II Kinnaird Mrs A and Miss Mary of Lower Garrard visited Mrs W S Ir George Lusk and wife of Texas are expected this week to visit Mr J W Miller and wife Mary Jarvis has returned from Springfield Ohio where she attended school the past tern Miss Laura Bright Doty of is spending the summer with aunt Miss Lena Bright Mr J Ran Harris wife and babyof Turnersville visited his parents in this city Monday and Tuesday non R L Davidson left first of the week for the big Democratic tion to which he was an alternate del Hunlcy Singleton suffered a stroke paralysis last week and has since suffered quite a great deal He is much better now this weds Hes out in the county as Epli Brown says on grass Miss Mattie Elkin has gone to iSTich olasville to visit her friend Miss Ma ry Welch she will be accompanied home by Miss Welch and Miss Holly Lexington Mr Win May and family of J T Booth of Paris Texas J L Jarvis and family of Lower Gar rard and Win Finch of Boyle have beet the guests of W B Jarvis and family Miss Bettie Anderson has just re turned from a six months stay in Knoxville and brought with her ma beautiful sketches and pictures She has studied unceasingly while there and her work was highly com phmcnted by Knaille Bros and Branson She gained a fair in dinner cards and her copying Gibson pictures Miss Anderson had entrance to all studios while there and the pleasure of seeing Loyd Bransons three paintings for the US mail service for the Paris Exposition She also had the honor of presenting Admiral Dewey with a sketch of the Tennessee river and receiving a per sonal note of appreciation and ment from him which she treasures highly IS IT UIGIlf For an Editor to Recommend Medicines From Sylvan Volley News C It iuav Question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend and of the various proprietary medicines which Hood the yet as a pre vcntive of suffering we feel it a duty say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy We have known and used this in our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy would hours of suflering while a physi cull is awaited We do not believe in depending implictly on any medicine for a cure but we do believe that if a bottle of Chamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and ad ministered at the inception of an at tack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence a physician would not be required At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years For Sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m girls J I3urk Cunningham Jarvis Lexington tee gentlemanly Richmond L reputation be a medicine Miss 1Jattie Miss cant roil cum Pat Brec market C0 I li eat aid Attention Iarmcris We take pleasure in notifying the farmers of Garrard county that as usual we will be in tIle market for wheat and will buy stations on the Rowland Branch L If railroad and will see that our friends and cus tomers get top prices for their wheat So male no promises to anyone but be independent and remember your friends before selling timid see us have storage room for 0000 bushels wheat and rate of storage will be rea sonable We also will keep on hand new sacks to sell farmers at cost should they want to hold thoir wheat Your Friends II A B MAUKSIJUKY Soy STONE T L Saunders has lost two very val uable calves with black leg Miss Marie Leavell of Point ell began her school at Pleasant Hill Monday Rev Shaw will fill the pulpit at South Fork the 3rd Sunday Let ev cry one come out to hear him and be sure that you dont forget our Sunday school every Sunday at past 9 am The foxes arc playing havoc the young fowls in this communit Mrs Miry Preston had a b ich of turkeys to leave home consisting of 43 and when they returned there was only three Mrs Mir arat Stone has retort from an extended visit with her ter Mrs Andrew Clark of Madison who accompanied her home and sport b several days with her We dire glad to say Mrs Mollie Fain is able to be out again Mr Hays of Louisville was the guest of Irvine Clone last week Mr and Mrs John Pollard of Buena Vista and Mr and Mrs Van arsdal of Washington county were the guests of Mrs Mattie Land Sat sister Mrs attic Roberts of Lock So 8 Scotts Fork school house is comple ted and Miss Stella Broaddus of Me Creary will begin her school there Monday Let every one start in the first day Prize Kilting Contest had an eating contest the other night at Pin Hook schoolhouse Who won Ben Splutters he ate nine head of cabbage Did nt it make him sick Ko He just tuck a spoonful of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin That prevents Stomach Trouble of any kind they say McRoberts Drug Store Whatever Noahs shortcomings were he knew enough to go in when it rained KOKOMO Ind Aug 10 1809 Pepsin Syrup Sirs For the past ten years I was troubled with my stomach A bout 4 years ago was taken down with rheumatism was not able to do a days work for 3 years All medicine seemed of no benefit to me A year ago I was advised take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin truly believe I would have died for this medicine My rheumatism is entirely gone and my stomach is in good condition It has saved my life and I cannot recommend it too highly Yoirrsiwwpeci Elwood Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Very few people have weak eyes from looking on the bright side things A Frightful 111 under Will often cause a horrible burn scald cut or bruise Bucklens Arni- ca Salve the best in time world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers BoilsFeions Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only box Cure guarantued Sold by R E McRobeTts druggist 1m Philosophers take things as they come Ragpickers and pickpockets take them as they When a man is compelled to wear a suit of clothes its to throw it up to him Keep ulct and use Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all pains of the stomach and all unnatural loose ness of the bowels It always cures For sale by R E McRoberts lyr i a Lea half wither They CoDear orS godhandme down unkind r distil C 1 C I Bets till 1lcCrac act alt it tot 5 E If p p C ui There are always two sides to every side and the wrong side Chamberlains Cough Remedy has saved the lives of thousands of croupy children It is also without an equal for colds and whooping cough For sale by R E McRoberts lyr Some people think three or four times before speaking once and then An Epidemic f Diarrhoea- Mr A Sanders writing from Coco anut Grove Fla says there has been quiet an epidemic of diarrhoea there He had a severe attack and was cured by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he also recommended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they ever used For sale by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m Its no trouble for a real estate tomake mountains out of molehills Spent A Good Farm Doctoring Mr A N ISoell of Ashville Kansas says he spent a good farm doctoring himself for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die He chanced to get hold of a of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was per manently cured by it For sale by R McRoberts druggist 1m Somo men are about as much to a community as a last years Greatest Need Mr R P Olivi i of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AikcnSCWeak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Terre Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what the country needs All America knows that it cures liver and kidney nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every muscle nerve and organ of the body weal tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed only oO cts Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Any man can write for a newspaper but to insure gettng it he should enclose the subscription price Question Yes August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in the civ ilized world Your mothers and grand mothers peter thought of using any thing else for indigestion or Bilious ness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heart of Appendicitis Nervous Prostration or Heart failure etc They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the of the liver stimulate the and organic action of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make you satisfied there is nothing serious the matter with you C C J E Stormes Miss Bettie A ndorson has returned from a protracted stay wti her sis ter Mrs William Marrsin Knoxville Tennessee Rocs It Pay to IS y Cheap and colds aft right bui yon wart something that will relieve and cure the men and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you to a warmer and more regular cli mate Yes if possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduc ed in all civilized countries with suc cess in severe throat and lung troubles Boschees German Syrup It not heals and stimulates the tissues to destroy the germ disease but allays inflammation causes easy expectora tion gives a good nights rest cures the patient Try ONE bottle many years by all in the world For sale by C J E Stormes 1700 given away to Shorthorn cat tIe the Lexington HorseShow Fair and Carnival August 1318 30000 offered in purses and premi for live stock at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival A uf I Questionour listeningof bottle benefit almanac SpaIn upI action nervous cheap remedy for coughs only ands alone at b dealer s ust creel For sohe- y C 00a- Go ON This Buggy k iII r 2000 the amount you save by buying from us The Columbus time Kuuffman th Woodhuff We carry a full and com lete line at prices that cant be duplicated and see for yourselves We have firstclass work W cr ROMANSVe ate prepared to put on Best Rubber Tires in the market is time foyer Carriageand attention t LAWTON BRANDED HIS CATS The Cnitscientloti Farmer Compiled with Every Ileuulrcimnt of the Stock CenniiM The troubles incident to the taking of the live stock census of the United States have claimed Farmer George Lawton the veteran Western Union telegrapher as their latest victim says the Denver News Xot that Mr Lawton is not entirely conscientious in his endeavors to fulfill the govern requirements but rather that the federal authorities will not give him enough time Jt so happens that Farmer Lay ton is possessed uf two live stock es tablishments a stock farm in Mis souri and a cat ranch at his residence in South Denver Consequently when I Secretary Charles F Martin who has charge of the portion of the I census forwarded him blanks in which live stool Mr Lawton was greatly perplexed as to how he should an swer He finally decided on the cat ranch as being purely local arguing that Mr Martin and the federal would have more interest the felines than the faraway stockThe telegraphers troubles com mental from the time he first studied the census blanks JJranded or not branded read one question and if not why not Mr Lawton averred to his family and intimates that he had peter heard of branded cats lIon many died dying 1890 read another quirt Mr Lawton indig nantly demanded through the mails of Secretary Martin whether a cat who had been robbed of four of its nine lives should be registered as dead or living Mr Martin cogitated and resolved to visit the cat ranch to examine thoroughly into the matter It was the other afternoon when he wended his way southward and came upon the pleasing spectacle of the head of the feline incubating1 establishment at play among his stock Clad in chaps blue shirt and widebrimmed sombrero Mr Lawton looked the up cattleman in the midst of his domain rather than the agricultural factor with which personality his as sociates have always delighted to con sider him Mr Lawton had deftly roped the rear leg of a gray Tommie as Mr Martin approached and with the as sistance of a colored gentleman had deftly inserted the heart of the capacious boot when he espied the census man Hello Martin said he cheerily Come right in and watch the process iCyt are doing inquired Mr Martin with interest Branding em of course returned the telegraphercat rancher Well Ive come to tell you that the federal authorities ai Washington are tired waiting for your reports said Mr Martin with firm Well Im going through as fast as anyone could answered Mr Lawton as he deftly grabbed a branding iron from the fire and imprinted it firmly on the cats off hindquarters de the yowling that arose Great scheme this continued the desecra tor of Egypts ancient sacred animals as he roped another Im complying with all government regulations dc pond on that In view of such perseverance Mr Martin could not well find fault and he returned to his oflice somewhat crestfallen but energetic enough to forward1 a minute report of Mr Law tons activity to Washington in order toallay the anger of the potters of the interior J B V Live western to state his possessions in the way of authorities animal inns contemptuously intonation o T department menu 1 to date rot into ROOFINGGUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice now foreman J is in charge of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass Shop over J C Robinsons hardware store r MASONS Shoe FOR MEN Have them in black and tan This is flexible welt corrugated bottom low heel suitable for tennis cycling and a general outing shoe or for all the time use JEST Price 250 Always call on us a Caldwell iUnier Leaders in Shoe end Furnishings ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BAM LANCASTER ST Capital Surplus Fund 5OOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttention Guaranteed M HiaaiNBOTHAM Fresiden- Lxwis Y LIATBLI Vicepresident F HUDSON Cashier O RIQNKY Assistant Caaht WALKIB Bookkeepet DIRECTORS JMniOQiSBOTHAlC LlWIS Y LXAV1LL B F HUDSON J F fALL KINDS OF II I I II I I I 1 I lOur I I I I IJ B Collier I J i oocooooooooo000000004 1 11 DANVILLEc CITIZEN F D ARNOLD J r T 00000000000000000000ooooeooo ao 1 oooaooooo000 f-t1 f l f 3I For THE THIRSTY PUBLIC Cold Sparkling Refreshing I I r 11 I mnrninrnrmnrnnrn rnrnrnr omni monrnrnrnr irnrnnrrnrnrnrnnnnnminrrnrfm r irrnnrnroarnrnnnrmnninmm nrnmrnrnrnrnnvnrnnnnrnrnnnnnnnrnrnrmernnvn irnrnrnrnnttnrnrnnumm mn 1 only Pure fruit juices Best of Cream USE f rfl 1l ate andI Givers a trial and be Convinced Hant forget the place K v V t v FRISBIESPHARMACYH Itllm UjU mmjj i IJI4IUUJIIIUU4UU1111UUJIIUIJUlUJ14lilUIIUUl11l111111U1U11J UU11JU 111111U111UlUlUlilUlUlU1111JU11U1111111U11 JiH2 H rNy I ic ts A 4d a f Skin DiseasesWhen the excretory organs fail to carry off the waste material from the system there is an acidThisthe skin surface there is a redness and eruption and by certain peculiarities we recognize Eczema Salt Rheum Psoriasis Erysipelas and other troubles more or less severe the skin the seat of the real tlease is in the blood Medicated lotions andpowders allay the and burning but never cure no matter how long and faithfully continued and the condition is often aggravated and skin permanently injured by their use abnormal Tetter Acne man White is Tile disease is more than skin deep iftc entire circulation is poisoned digestionandandeffectuallysecretionsSan c aaus sssconfidence Skin Diseases will be sent free upon application no charge whatever for this Our book on Blood and THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA CA We make service QUEER OLD Exchange ford Healdent a Mild Form of Excitement Take a seat in any car wait until the conductor comes for fares then look at that woman across the aisle or the man beside you They live in Quaker town says the Boston Evening fran script They take from pocket or hand bag as the ease tony be a handful of what look like Huston elevated trans cheeks They sort them over one by one looking at the back and front of each then put them away again and t hand the conductor a nickel Watch other passengers on other cars and you will sie the same thing It will take you a long time to understand it unless some native explains to you the system of exchanges by which the Union Traction company gets the use of its patrons money while the live in daily hope of saving a couple of cents The people say it is n good scheme most of them so 1 have no right to say it isnt The idea is this The railway people will sell you an exchange check when you pay your fare at any time for three cents The cheek is good for a fare at any time until used no matter if you kelp it four years but t is only good only at intersection of streets where the lines cross For folks who travel day after day on certain lines it is a great scheme to save money but for folks who acquire the exchange habit without using any particular lines of cars regularly it resembles a lottery You run chances and tale big odds So firmly have tne Philadelphia folks become entangled in the meshes of this system that specially designed pocket books are built for storing the slips with special arrangements for sprung them over Watch any Philadelphia man as he throws open his coat to catch a summer breeze and four times out of five you will see protruding from one of his upper vest pockets a dozen or two of the exchange slips If you see a woman on bargain lays with a fat may rest as sured that she has it stuffed with the same slips in the hope that she can lire on of Them before she gets home Mid the chances are that he wont have one to fit Philadelphia people who are specially friendly to you will some times give you couple of their collec tion of and your troubles begin when you try to use one Aiitliinex Mrs just love antiques Mr You should gratify taste in furniture instead of and eggs then Baltimore Amer MOVING A TOWN Datmelierc linn Suffered So Much from Fluoila That the Iiihnb- iluutH For years past the little town of Danneberg in Hanover with 2000 in habitants has been afflicted by floods in the river Jeete The streets and lower parts of the buildings have been under water for days at a time causing great damage to property and some impairment of the public health to say nothing of the great discomfort due to these visitations says a foreign exchange The people have decided at last that they will stand it no longer To a man they have resolved to abandon the The municipal authorities have selected a new site on the other side of the river where houses are to oc erected at once As soon as the buildings are up all the inhabitants the river leaving the present town to the destruction in which the floods will SQOII involve it The new town is to be on a plateau sufficiently high above the river to be out of the waters that have caused so much distressThe of the inhabitants of a large settlement is not often re ported Such a thing however oc curred in IJeehuanaland South Africa sevral years ago when the 10000 in habitants of Shoshong removed about 75 miles away to the new town of 3alapye which their carpenters had Imilt for them They lid not how ever run away from water like the inhabitants of Danneburg It was water they wanted for time supply at Shoshong had given out Danneberg which is now to be to its fate has had some little impor tance in the hop and cattle trade and supported several manufactories The most notable building in it is the castle in which the king of Denmark was imprisoned from 1222 to 1225 A D rue Similitude Mother Why Rupert I cant see how you can possibly eat another mouthful Son I guess I am a regular trust Mamma The more I gobble the more I want Puck Experienced Miss Bud Is your mother going with you tonight Miss no indeed Its a play I shouldnt think of allowing ma to ee Town Topics J PHILADELPHIAI I fr I pat rons on some line of cars that ri nero the line you the cheek ro and pocketbook I xchtllgl FeedemI I ou butter lean It own will move bag baggage across reachof historic OutOh JA 1m I I t buy you Son rd Wili Leave I and Healthy blood is necessary to preserve that clear smooth skin and beautiful com harmlessOurblood and skin diseaseswho will take pleasure in aiding by their af and direction all who desire it Write fully and about case your letters are held in strictest so much by mill S S Scan be reliedupon with certainty to keep centuryur vice A RUN FOR HIS MONEY From Thla It Will De Seen That Do Xot Control Our Own Ue tlni H I had the liveliest time the average man wants the other day said a clerk at the capitol relates the Washington Star and if it can be duplicated from start to finish and in the unexpected stake at the end of the run please trot it outDead broke with only a return tick et in my pocket I landed in Washing ton from Baltimore about a month ago 1 borrowed from everybody I knew until the appearance of my face was a sign to 1113 acquaintances to cross the street I knocked around town in persistent but futile efforts to obtain employment finally discouraged and though my stom ach was often empty 1 was filled with belief that the hand of fate was turned toward me with the knuckles outside About a week ago reduced to my last quarter I was on the corner of Ninth und F when a roomer in the house where I was standing the land lady off told me there was a telegram addressed lying on the hat rack I found it to contain an offer of a in Baltimore if 1 reached there that fternoon before three oclock 1 hurried into a lunch room for a hasty bite When 1 came to go I found that some one had exchanged hats with me leaving me a very shabby much too small I lost five minutes expostulating with the proprietor I gave him 1113 quarter receiving nickel in change It was just ten minutes to one oclock when I left the restaurant and the train started at one oclock i handed the conductor of an F street car the nickel my last cent on earth It was promptly returned and I informed in a tone of sarcasm that the company would not accept coun terfeits 1 was certainljf done up in that restaurant expostulated with him explained the situation begging him as a man to allow me to ride to the B O station It was pay or be thrown off 1 got off I was then six blocks from the depot and I decided to make a run for it I sprinted so lively that at the cor ncr of Third street and Indiana I sent a baby carriage and its helpless contents sprawling on the sidewalk I accompanied it skinning my knees the palms of my hands and tearing two big rents in my trousers where they struck the pavement I didnt to pick my hat up out of the gutter It as one minute cf one oclirik OvdaViied own the steps into the waiting room of tIme station The evidently took me for an criminal as he edged away when lie demanded my ticket J had forgotten all about it It was not in my vest pocket where I had carried it As I was rummaging hopelessly in my clothes the train Weak and out of breath hatless covered with dust and dirt with two big ragged holes in my trousers at the knee I looked as wretched as I felt In despair I sought the street and as I was crossing New Jersey avenue I thought somebody hit me over the head with a club The Emergency hospital ambulance surgeon told me a few minutes later when I recovered consciousness that a car hit me However at the hospital I was fixed up all right and when I left time build ing I met a newspaper man of whom I hadnt yet borrowed He loaned me 30 and advised me to get on a decent appearance nt once 1 started for avenue to spend his money and suit the ac tion to the word As I turned the cor ner of Fifteenth street I ran into the arms of a senator whom I had once rendered a personal favor but who would not in the past assist me My dilapidated appearance evidently worked upon his sympathies or else he was ashamed to be seen with me He asked me if I was in trouble In trouble The tale of woe I poured into that mans ears would hae moved the Washington monu ment I didnt tell him about the 30 however He handed me a crisp 20 told me to report to him the next day at the capitol vMien I was placed in my present position I glanced at the street clock near by and observed that it was precisely ten minutes to two It was the live liest hour I ever passed in my life but I am mighty glad I missed that train How He Held It Yes said the politicians wife reading out of the paper it says you held the crowd spellbound Ah he exclaimed rubbing his hands at last they acknowledge that I am an orator I knew that I should make them recogniec my eloquence sooner or MWaithis wife Interrapted theres more to this sentence It says He held the crowd spellbound while he read several extracts from a speech that was delivered by Daniel Webster 60 years ago Chicago TimesHer aId la the Kloadlke Did he die hard asked widow Wwell said the spokesman of the committee on notification tolble hard Yes see he wuz frit t mum NJLHfirald I Ve Always i I I becoming tome position avenue wIle lowe pulledout PennsIvania talking billand tile J death F derby escang Do you mean to say that the horse ran away with you said Air Meek ton aghast Yes answered his wife stop when you told him to Of course he wouldnt Well Henrietta I dont know what to say except that the horse wasnt acquainted with you or else he wouldnt have dared to act in that manner Washington Star Share Them with Everyone It is a base slander to say that the average woman is stingy she exclaimed She may not give as much in tips as man does but in ninny other ways she is generous Yes he replied She surely is generous with some things She feared a trap but she could not refrain from asking With what for instance With secrets he cago Post Not Alwayi Tim They called her Rose And this but shows Why names should all go whistle The man who got Her claims shes not A sweet Rose but a thistle Chicago TimesHerald A TEMIEIIAXCE LESSON lie Vas Atontfthed 1 Andwouldnt answercdChi There children an example of what the cheese habit will bring you Y World One Steadfaat Factor Tls said theres nothing sure In life Such folly makes us smile For every year despite our strife Our clothes go out of style Chicago Record An Old Adnne Cant be possible that Ilardups to marry Susie Banknote iloney enough 1 suppose but an ugly shriv eledup little thing as thin as a strawBut have you never heard that drowning men catch at a Y World What It Teachea And what does the story of the prodigal son teach us asked the teacherIt us how to get the fatted calf was the prompt reply of the bad boy at the foot of the class Chicago Post IndlJipeaanble havent much use for imagination in your profession have you Doctor Havent we We would rtarve to death if it were not for the people who imagine they are sick X Y Journal New Way Casual Blowby Clerk Gone spontaneous C C Spontaneous combustion He got to gassing too much and the boss fired him Syructse Herald That Settled Miss Black Tess I hear Iva Black is not going to marry Mr Hart after all Jess Xo it has just occurred to her how awful it would be for her to sign herself Iva Black Hart Philadel phia Press Stationary Youth Rich Father My daughter is too young to get married She is only 18 Impecunious Lover I know sir but I have waited patiently for years and she doesnt seem to get any older Judge Proof Madge But dont you really believe that Ida is engaged May Xo Im sure she Isnt I asked her if there was any truth in the re port and she refused to say a word Harpers Bazar The Effect What a lot of bricabrac Mrs ly has in her parlor Yes Looks exactly as though she were going to have an auction doesnt It Puck Well Poated Does he know much about the firms businessKnow much Well say the office boy actually doesnt consider himself anj better posted Chicago Post A Dad Shot I aim at telling the truth wrote an editor the other day Yes replied he of the opposition but you are an uncommonly bad TitBit is I going strawS FriendYou CustomerWheres combustion ClerkYes Knol 2 pot c i J toN PIGS IN EUROPE The Pork Animals Were First by the Anglo Saxon Race Pigs were a European In the tropical east no one wanted them for they were neither wholesome as flesh nor givers of milk But in every case in Europe and Asia there is practically only except the babirussa which may have been the origin of some of the Chinese breeds In any case the enterprising j domesticator of pigs in any form must be honored before the disciple of Con fucius who is accredited with having discovered merely by accident their merits when roasted We can quite un derstand how th resolve arose What could be more natural to the tribes men or the village who already pos sessed a small and increasing herd of dairy animals reclaimed from the forest than to follow this up 03 catching either in nets or pitfalls a family of young wild swine and adding them to their farm stock Their prolific must have been well known and as Mahomet promised a blessing and angels visits to the home which pos sessed three goats so the neighbors must have looked with envy on the re current families of wild piglings in the wicker fenced inclosures of the more adventurous It is possible even at this distant date to trace under the rtTunded form of the Tamworth breed the long suspicious nose time ru fous bristles and the thoughtful eye of its original wild Ancestor If the east troubled not with the pig it probably gave to the world its flocks of sheep and goats Asia is the true Jiome of the domesticated goat It is there that it flourishes and it is held in honor There too was the animal which 1 3 general consent is the orig inal of the common domestic breed the wild Paseng goat or ibex call it which 3ou please of Asia Minor and Persia There would not be the slightest dull culty in domesticating the several species of mountain sheep if this were desired Difficult us the lambs are to catch they are taken when very young on the mountains and the only difference in their behavior is that all become as tame as the proverbial pet lamb some species notably the Barbary wild sheep and the Indian burrhel become more markedly friend ly than others Al wild goats and wild sheep alike have short smooth coats though the Barbary sheep grows a woolly mane but there is under wool in the fur of all the sheep which care in domestication would increase The tame species have lost their speed and agility on the English fields but not on the Alpine pastures where sonic of the breeds are not unlike the surviving wild species the moufflons of Sardinia It is tempting and easy to imagine lost animals from which our tame ones have sprung But except in the case of the vanished European and per haps Asiatic wild cattle there is no do mesticated quadruped from the rabbit and dog to the camel whose origin may not be safely traced to a wild ancestor now living caught and tamed per sonal enterprise and continued in mans service b3 transmission as property of which this may have been one of the earliest forms London Spectator PROBLEM IN ARTILLERY Getting Rid of the Cartridge I What Mothers Expert the Mo t- One of the curious problems of light artillery said a New Or leans engineer who has given the sub ject a good deal of attention is how to get rid of time cartridge case It was regarded as a great advance when fi ed ammunition as it is caAVed was made for cannon of small and medium cali ber but it has its distinct disadvan tages Take for instance a four or fiveinch field piece It is loaded aa you probabl3 know with a cartridge almost exactly similar in appearance to those used in a revolver or rifle The powder is contained in a copper case which has to be removed from the breech of the gun before another load can be fired Iud right there is a lie quent source of trouble When you read in the reports that the gun mechanism stuck you know that the copper cartridgecase was wedged so tightly against the walls of the piece by the explosion that it refused to come out Every sports man has had the same trouble exactly with his breechloader in the field but the adhesion of the big metallic ease is of course a thousand times stronger Sometimes the whole end is torn off in trying to extract it and the body left in the gun putting it out of action in definitely In several of the new French field guns they are loading with a detached charge of powder carried in a light sack which is rammed in after the pro jectile After the explosion the gun is empty and ready for a fresh charge without the bother of extracting the cartridge case There are a good objections to handling sacked powder however and the process is susceptible of considerable improvement The ideal scheme would be an ex plosive cylinder made just the right size to fit the breech of the gun In other words it would be simply one big round grain of powder perforated directions to insure combustion and handled a good deal more easily than the modern cop per cartridge Smokeless artillery pow der is already being made in huge and the single piece charge which I suggest would be merely a slight extension of the same idea It is amazing by time way how much brain force is being directed at present to the improvement of munitions of war es pecially great guns A device which will lop say three seconds off the min imum time required for opening and closing time breech mechanism of a modern field piece would be worth a fortune to any inventor A practical range finder could be easily sold for a quarter million dollars N O Times Democrat With Some A lBtace Maud How dfidhe propose Mabel Well he hemmed and hawed till I got out of all sorts of patience with him and helped him out Chicago Tribune Oae Lucky Man Do you have any trouble keeping your servant Xope Im married to her Chi cago TimesHerald Domesticate reclamation I I one wild pig I character I artificially youngof today by Case modern ma man indifferent diameter 7 probably instantaneous a p Half Rates to Cincinnati July 10 11 12 Round trip tickets will be on sale via Chattanooga and the Queen one fare for the round trip on the dates named The reduced rates are on of annual convention of America The return limits are liberal Write for further particulars Be sure your tick et reads over the Queen Cres cent Route It is miles shorter than other line from Chattanooga Atlanta and the South Its schedules arc the quickest its train service is famous with travelers everywhere as the most perfect in the South W C Rineason G P A Cincinnati orO L Mitchell DPA Chat tanooga will be glad to send you free printed matter or other For Sale Privately Thirty ncres more or lesjlylng In the forks of and Copper Creek pikes in Garrard county 3 miles from Paint Lick do pit nice cottnge and necessiry out buildings with good smut garden and well watered Good cistern Itt kitchen door For full particulars apply to A R or Jim X Denny Point Leavell or with me nt W K DENNY aSjuuetf I I pointsSouth account BYPU IOn time Iticlsmmmommd kim a Richmond information a ii foil s 1 fUT CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Tlmein effect Janl 190 STATIONS Lv Louisville aani r oopm I Lexi Rt m liWam SIOpin S 00am f0pin Winchester 12U iTi SUlnm 0iii MtSterlhij rJCMnn Vltam 70i i m ftr lOpin Ihilndelphia 1015 am Tniipin XexvYork IJOnii JOSmn STATIONS lvNew York 8 UOum a 00 ni riiilHdelphia 10JOam 7ljnn2 15pm 11 10pm MtSterlliiu 7mtr 1 tnm Min oio Winchester 8 OOnmi lOpml TOGa 0pu- iArLonlsvillf 11 00am SOOpm I Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY Other trains run For sic car reservations or information write or telephone UEOWJSAKNKYD IA LEXINGTON KY EASEC D 9 9 ltipm ArWashlu toll ama I D I I nm21iilm 5 dltih Sunrn S iIlnm wEs oar 5 7 i5smmm SStm 22 Kentiieky Fair Bates The following are the dates for hold ing the Kentucky fairs this as reported to this otlice Secretaries or other ollicers will please advise us of any error or omniissions in the list Ashland Tuly days Richmond July 24 1 clays Mhdisonville July days Cynthiana July 31 i days Winchester ElksAurust 1 3 days Danville August S days Princeton 8 1 days Lexington A ugliest 13 i days Greenville August 15 1 days Lawrenceburg August 21 1 clays Shepherd ville August 21 4 days LaGrange August 23 3 days Shelbyv lie August 28 days Germai town Angus 1 29 I lays Si rlngtii Id August 2 I days Bardstown September 1 5 days Alexander September 1 5 days Elizabethtown September 11 1 da Bowling Green Sept 12 4 days 51 1 Olivet Sept 133 days Owensboro September 18 5 days J Glasgow September 10 4 days j ITopkinsvillo Elks Sept 25 5 days I Henderson September 25 5 days j Horse Cove September 215 1 days I Owenton September 2 1 days i ITartford October 3 days NATIONAL BANK I year so far 23 315 A ugust t I493 THE 5 v CAPITAL 5000000 l- f f OF SURPLUS JlO OOOCM1 LANCASTER KY A R DKNNY President JNO E STORM rs Vice IreaiIent S O DENNY Cashier I F UOBINSON t Asst Cashr K T EM BUY Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson I Jno E Stormes W HKinnnlrd LETCHEROWSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRSTCLASS FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE I- irt Summer Excursions Qii gea I The Queen Crescent Route forms close connection at Cincinnati with the great trunk j lines Pennsylvania Lines G R L Big 4 Route C II D J C C and Erie railways handling through trafiic expeditiously to all summer resorts of the North I Special Low Excursion Rates Are now in effect daily from all points South over the Queen Crescent via Cincinnati to t Chautauqua Niagara Falls Thousand Islands PutInBay Petoskey Mackinac and all other summer resting places on S Mountain Lake and Seashore i A New Ticket to FvtackSnac M You can buy a ticket to Mackinac now at exclusion rates that will take i you to Chicago thence by the palatial steamer Manitou to Mackinac re i turning via D C steamer to Toledo or Detroit and C II D Ry to 3 the reverse A finer summer trip was never offered The famous resorts of the South are also open now The sea son at Rock Castle Springs Ky Cumberland Falls Ky and Rhea i Springs Tenn promises to be the most successful ever known Queen Crescent trains are palaces of travel Through Pullman jlcepers daily from all southern cities Parlor and chuir cars ClmUanooya Rome and Attalla on day trains Free reclining chairs from Chattanooga on night Vains Fast schedules track No smoke no dust no cinders Send for free information us to summer resorts ami Queen Crescent service to O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Teim or cull upon your ticket agent I W J MURPHY General Manager W C RINEARSON Geul Passenger Agent CINcINNATI j f i I i Cincinnatior co Ito I ee will stand my HERE FORD BULL ROLLING FORK No 98796 at 2 Money due at time of serviceJ ROBINSON Onehalf mile from Lancaster on Danville pike I 4 BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLETS BUCKEYE ie PILE CURE New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 5O CENTS JA SFIALLAROS PriKietif 310 Ntftt Maim Strut SL LOWS f- cs TO IVIES STORE A DRUG r I S1 r J t LJ T Burton S LIVERY SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale W B BURTON JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Ensrneer inland also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended to For Congress We are authorized to nunftniice Hon George G tilllnrr of county u candidate fur reelection to Congress from tins Eighth dis triet W J JHX5TOX JOHN T JOHNSTON JOHNSTON JGHKTSON Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests and aids in strengthening and recon structing tIle digestive or It is the 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will be the best bargain in Garrard county Terms satisfactory and to suit purchaser Lancaster Ky KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis t Shelby IcC the food KINNAIRD INSURANGEiRe- prescntin Followin COillpanic8 Actna LIfe Ins Go gf llgrIfoCollu W eases oft A1 s MeOrh8tO FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE is a Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by ern nent pnysicians as the Best for and Bladder troubles PRICE 5Qca d j Jo c I rR