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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mali Matter LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JUNE 5 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR toTUIJXEEXTU YEAR XUIIUR 10 entta14iLANDRAM l H i CARPETS and MATTINGS I You line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs f before you buy t f I t I should see our THE L GAN a Y GOADS f 1 T 4 4 H 1 H 4 t t Of Local Interest Coming the automobile Strawberries are plentiful but stiff in price J I Hamilton sold a nice horse J Cherry for 125 Elsewhere will be found the order for local option election in Buckeye district The man with the drilling has not arrived yet Wake up ye city dads A slight blaze tit the residence of Rev Mr Chumbley caused an alarm Tuesday Damage trifling A big crowd went on the Cincinnati 150 excursion Sunday This rate will be given every other Sunday The good women are busy making strawberry preserves for the favorite sons better known as jam boys The Public Square has received a few more patches and now resembles of a school boys breeches What the Elks purpose that they do to a queens taste The fair at Richmond will be the biggest on wheels Sheriff Lawson arrested Jonas ell colored on the charge of hog steal fug and deposited him with Dave Ross for safe keeping A rock crusher is in operation near Minors mill the metal and being placed on the various side Its a money saver Court War Dinner The 3rd Div Ladies Aid Society will serve a court day dinner the 23d Bill of fare will be published in Tun RECOUD have been ten additions by letter to the Presbyterian church within the last two weeks Rev Chumbley is awakening much interest among the members Too Jttucli Pop Lutcher Ray of near Buckeye drank too much soda pop at Camp Nelson Friday and it was thought he would die but medical aid was summoned and he pulled through all right Sermon at Poor IIou e Tie annual sermon will be preached at the house Sunday the by Rev Ohumbley at 3 oclock p will conduct servi ces at the jail the same hour vf v s ill iWw i seat k 4 Lea 0 l e Alps obi spQ o to- T r apparatus the 1 I screen- ir f There Ill i icY1 a 1 C j a About all most of our business men are talking about is Awill Jas Dawson a negro wife in Stanford Sunday morning lIe was jealous and fired three shots into her body The teachers are requested to bring in all books belonging to the county the 7th of June This is i very Amanda Anderson Mrs Maggie Gulley Libarians Iloiver IVIlstilou Dar The W C T U will observe Flower Mission day next Sunday The ladies are requested to bring flowers afternoon to decorate the graves of departed sisters A Fine Showing The Stanford town marshals list of delinquent taxpayers consists of three lonely names The good people of our sister city certainly believe in coming up to the scratch Mr T B Long has purchased a new fangled doublebackaction steam heating soiree urn for the Garrard Hotel It is as large as sugar hogshead and makes as fine article as you ever stuck your tooth in No 2579 The above is the number of ticket drawing the piano rattled by the Lou isville Elks last week A great many tickets were sold in Lancaster and if has this number please noti fy this ollice at once Rack Front Alaska Mr W 0 Dunlap who has been sere term of enlistment having expired lie was in the famous San Juan Hill tight in Cuba and has had many years service in the army AiituiioiiIIe Coining At last meeting of the Richmond Elks lodge one of the finest autimo biles money can buy was purchased the machine to be raffled off at the big fair the boys will hold in Rich mond next month It was decided to take the machine to several neighbor ing towns and Lancaster will be vis ited at an early day a thorough exhi bition of the machine will be given on the Public Square THE RKCO D will announce the date and a large crowd will doubtless be on hand to see the greatest invention of the age Chan des will be offered at very reasonable figures and will be taken herr The machine cost seven hundred dol lars and is an Olds the very best made Further particulars next is Saturday anyone ins many sue 0 killed his important breech loading i w t as The automobile will be here soon From Africa Dr Dean a returned missionary from Africa will preach at the odist church next Sunday at 11 a m and p m No collection will be taken Everybody invited Rev A R Moore will fill his pulpit as usual next Sabbath morning and evening The report that he is to conduct a protracted meeting away from home is without foundation He had an invitation to do so but such offers come frequently Itlacciibcc Decoration On Sunday June kith at 2 oclock p m the Maccabees will hold decora tion exercises at the Cemetery All Sir Knights are expected to be at the Hall promptly at 115 on Lewis L Walker Comdr 2t A Good Law We dont know and doubtless else doeswhether there is a town ordinance against it but there should be a law prohibiting the posting of bills and all kinds of cheap hash on the electric light and telephone poles in town Theres nothing more unsightly Let the Good Work Proceed While dynamiting fish near Cadiz Ky two men were killed and a third badly injured by the premature ex plosion of seven sticks of the deadly stuff If a few such accidents would happen in this vicinity it would be well for what few fish in Dix Flattering4 The members of the Ladies Aid So to be held at the opera house Tuesday evening the 24th Good sin gets from nearly all neighboring towns have entered and a close contest will be had Full particulars will be given in next issue It Could He Stopped The Council has instructed to police to put forth everyeffort to break the gambling which every sane man knows goes on in Lancaster night and most every day There a few blacklegs here together with those who drop in from neighboring towns who watch every opportunity to ring in young men who work on salaries and ilccce them of their earn ings Everyone knows what this ulti mately leads to If every little coon is to be fined for shooting a nickle why should this older gang be allowed to hold full sway If the authorities will go after this in earnest fine a few of the blacklegs who come from other towns and put a few of the local talent astride a rock pile it may be the means of saving some young men from ruin We cant see wherein one gambler is any better than another Its Some Time OU However The L and N has commeuced the construction of a link of road between Jellico and Knoxville which when completed will knock our present night train service The build ing of the above link will give the L and Is a line from Cincinnati toKnox vine many miles shorter than any road now has and as running via Rowland at present adds one hour to the time you readily see why this hour will be cut off This will not be done for eight or nine months however We can get about as good service then if properly gone after by hay ing the Maysville trains run on from Richmond This would give us a from Rowland to Cincinnati live oclock a m and return from Cincinnati passing Lancaster about eight p m This would give us the same mail and express facilities we have how taking oqt out mail after as supper and bringing it in before It wouldnt be as conve nient as a passenger train but along in way better than nothing Of Interest to Teachers Prof W T St Clair 418 West Oak Street Louisville requests THE RKC OKD to make the following announce ment concerning the trip to the meet inS of the Asso of ciation The teachers of Kentucky are invited to join the Louisville delega of tion on a special through train with out change of cars at Chicago which WH leave Louisville Saturday night of July 5th at 820 via the Monon Route and Chicago and North Western Rail ojlicial route for Kentucky The customary rate of ono fair plus 2 to Association fee is announced being 2150 from Louisville and in propor of tion thereto from other points in the State To this sleeping car fire is ex of tra the price for a berth whether oc cupied by one or two being 3 In addition to the special Kentucky N E A train July 5th tickets will also be sold fer all Monon trains of July Qth and Gch and the morning train of July 7th The return limit of tickets will be July 14th after paying 25c for validation but may be extended for 25 cents extra until September first Kentucky headquarters Parlor No 2Q6 West Hotel The rates at hotel will be 3 per day Accommodations may be had at moderate rates by ma kin immediate application all no tt 45 t t p m i that- Ch i nobody I advertising t Pro lpccts prost u- pi l the sox off waythe ing Me 4 z left river ev t breakfast Educational rate rainout sto son in you the and e rs and the me was are and I will long And The Mr E IT Beaxley writes that for the Ninth Annual June 20 are for sale at Frisbies for benefit of the Lancasrer wishing to attend Sale of Fine Farm Mr J W Elmore has sold his farm near town to Mrs Gregory of The farm which is one or best in Garrard contains 244 acres and the price was 815000 Xo Telephone Users When you ring Central a that office falls and the sees it Frequently she is busy other connections and as quickly as possible It is tin reasonable to expect the operator answer twenty calls atone time RECCWD man was in the ollice tire alarm sounded Tuesday every bell was ground as though death depended upon it The ollice is the best managed in Cen tral Kentucky and if you knew number of calls sent in you wonder how they are answered as promptly as they are Only those never used a Phone much and know little about them quarrel with the operator A gentleman or a lady will always display good manners County Sunday School Association The County Sunday School tion met at the Presbyterian church last Thursday It was decidedly the most successful meeting the Associa tion ever held The entire program was interesting After a bountiful lunch well served by the competent committee the noon hour was spent socially Twelve schools out of the twentyfour sent delegates Five superintendents were present Seven dollars and fortyfour cents was sent to the state secretary for the work Following were elected county for the ensuing year J N Denny president Mrs Mattie Duncan secre tary and treasurer S D Cochran Powell Daily Cyrus Moberley Dr N G Sandlin Miss Lizzie Marksbury Executive Committee The following delegates and visitors were present Paint Lick Rev McClung Dr Frank Walker Mrs E Woods Mrs Miss Mary Walker S D Cochran Buckeye Mr Miles Miss Sallie B Ray Lewis Ray Povcl Daily Stone CM Moberley Mrs T S Sanders Misses Pearl and Jewel Buena Vista Miss Florence Chris topher Miss Mary Tomlinson Mrs Cyrus Daily Bettus Msses Aggie Bourne Sr Jr Sycamore Burnam Lancaster Mrs May 11 Patterson Misses Knap West Alice Henderson Mr Wm II Pope To the Citizens of Lancaster As it was impossible for me to see in person I take this method of to all my friends my sincere thanks for the many favors and kind friendship extended to me and family during my services as Principal of the Lancaster Graded School I regret that circumstances over which I have control have called me to another field of labor I have never been with a people dearer to me than those of Lancaster My trustees have always been my friends and sym pathize with me and my work and did much toward making the school pride of Lancaster I found the teachers well prepared and in full with my views on educational questions and they cooperated with in my efforts towards making the Lancaster Cfraded School second to none in the Blue Grass of Kentucky and the success of the school is complimentary to them well as to myself The patrons were exceedingly falth ful in meeting all of my requirements the government of the school all no school can be a success without a united patronage This accorded me from the very of my labors in Lancaster for which all have my hearty thanks It gives me great pleasure to offer a few words of commendation of the pupils the Graded School After an expe rience of eighteen years and in some the best schools in the South I have never come in contact with a body of pupils having an equal degree personal respect for their teachers refinement and general culture They noble girls and ladies young gentlemen It is an honor any teacher to have the response bility of instructing such a fine body pupils They were always so will to comply with every regulation the school that I enjoined upon them May Gods blessings always accompany them now bid you all farewell but not forever I hope My mind will often revert to Lancaster and the Graded School for I have spent four of the happiest years of my life there It be a dear place in my memory as I live I am sure that No lovelier spot the prophij vJewed When on the Sacred oun he saw below trihscendprt shine Streams Palestinei j H Patterson Memphis June 4 1902 tickets thpIe tu making y hen local who Sand Marl Ledford expressing connected accord most heartily section After incipiency II boysyoung i a t I i I and radest I I J J y Conte dr p Ma fir dr opera ansa a wo Assoc in oftic per bold ers I or or us as High Honor For Lancaster Hoy Mr Harry Robinson of this city was appointed secretary to the super intendent of the D and D Institute at a meeting of the board Tuesday There were many applicants for the place and the election of Mr Robinson is a great compliment The position is one of great responsibility as the management of many of the most important affairs are in his charge The appointment is received with much pleasure by the many friends of the young man here and elsewhere Mr Robinson is a man of exemplary habits is full of energy and pluck and the directors will never re gret his selection The position is a hard one to fill but Harry is fully capable and we know will hold up his end of the log on all occasions TUB congratulates its good friend upon his great success J The Circuit Judge Although our Circuit Judges are not to be elected until next year there has arisen already in this district some speculation as to who may be the for that important ollice The names of several eminent and popular lawyers are being mentioned in that connection though no one as yet has been formally announced We pre some though we do not certainly know that the present incumbent Judge M C Saulley will seek This paper essaying to be nonpartisan in all respects is doubly nonpartisan when it comes to the se lection of a judge Without the slightest wish or thought even to disparage the claims of any other act ual or probable aspirant we declare our preference for Judge Sautley for the reason that we believe the of our people will be best subserv retaining him in this ollice The importance to every one Republican Democrat saint or sinner white black of a firm just and impartial administration of the law goes saying Judge Saulley has given just such an administration lie has been tried and found not wanting We do not mean that Judge Saulley alone in this district possesses the qualifications There were brave men before Agamemnon and will be after him to the end of time There are trained and learned and brilliant lawyers many of them at our bar and gentlemen of high character well But a brilliant and success ful lawyer does not always or necessa riiy make a good judge One who has for period trained all his fac ulties and exerted all his energies to so st ug O P r rs Id re candidates a reelection interests ed by II Danville CORD without necessary along SI n r 4 w w o i r the making of one side of the scales outbalance the other cannot so reacH ly or so easily catch the knack of these scales with steadiness and Impartiality It takes time and no short time either to unlearn thor oughly the mental habit of the lawyer and to acquire the radically differ Nor do we mean to assert thatJudge Saulley is infallible and has made no mistakes on the bench In the neces as to the law cannot always be avoid ed He has doubtless made his share but it is safe to say they have not been holding temperament adjudications in errors of the venal or unworthy sort In fine Judge Saulley indisputably has professional learning he has a trained and acute intellect he IRIS dicial temperament the almost habit of looking at both sides of every question instead of only He is besides painstaking and diligent and is still in the golden prime of matured manhood Having him an excellent and satisfactory judge we can but think it would be unwise to take any risk of faring worse in going further We believe we but voice the sentiment of our thoughtful and conservative citizens ollicial should not be dispensed with Saulley will be retained for another term at least if such be his the high office which he now holds with so much credit to himself andmuch satisfaction to the people alongun- conscious atone partiesin andinambition- in II Tongue or Toimueless ClILWATflR Our Price I25O Guaranteed to giveperfec Satisfaction Only u few left Come now J R Maselden ft t t tt i i t t t f f ir I Ii i t t t t FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE ami CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low R L Davidson Attorney AtLav 500 upward IJ A BEAZLEY CO tt o f forCash ONE HUNDRED PAIRS OF LADIES AND MISSES OXFORDS IN ODDS AND ENDS THAT I WILL CLOSE OUT LESS THAN MANUFAC TUERS COST COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE The One Price Clothier and Furnisheri 1 Logan r g S 6 J I rfmil e rx 3r Oil azxcL Gas X ePar Value of Shares I OO Full Paid and NonAssessable OFFICERS Lou J Craig president Geo W Palmer vice president C D Walker treasurer J W Aleorn counsel W McC Johnston secretary 6 rf t r i i1ffJ Jif7 fi f5fE1 sJ1 rl A 5 I Eec rJcaster9EtyY ViP a aye C Money always made by those who get valuable information EARLY on itPROMPTLY byt hose who go in at the START who do business on the ground floor there is no art in being late It is those who ate EARLY who make the MONEY The KEN TUCKY oil field is attracting the attention of the best oil men every for the production of high grade refining oils The oil fields ofNew York Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia are gradually becoming ex hausted while Texas provides fuel oil only The great fortunes made in oil in those states will be du li cated many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion is who shall reap this harvest cream of the oil property in this is andact t I pronouncedit I companyhas State and knowing the importance of having its development in the hands of a trained oil expert has se cured as its manager and President Mr Lou J Craig who is up to this time the most successful oil pro ducer in the State His discovery and development of the splendid oil pool in the Bath Menefee oil fields eight months ago until then not even suspected of being there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost in Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judge ment he now shows 1000 in oil already produced from which all feel assured investors in our com pany are protected as far as human foresight and wisdom can provide in oil development and operations OUR promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy acting I I 1 We Can Save Money For You i o l When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Wa gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact Romans i Elinors j i J J 1 II J 1 o 0 0 0 0 g 2 2 2 0 0 i v 0 0 O 0- J 0 0 p 1 O 0 ill O 0 p 0 0 l i CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky 1902 Now comes the richest man in the world John Rockefeller with the declaration that he is going to his fortune as did Carnegie This is a pretty good idea we presume but the way such gifts are made who profits by it The money is given to some library or other luxury that will in no way help the sick or aid the distressed It is done with a flourish of trumpets and from the housetops which according to the good book will cut no ice in the great beyond As faras relieving suffering humanity and thats what we understand charity to mean the old fellows money had as well stay in his strong box THE life of a preacher is a hard one sure The only place they ever have a chance to gaze upon such sights as pink tights is when they take the children to see the at the circus Now the in Texas has put a stop to this by prohibiting their ministers from going to the circus The Texas ought to either kick fora in salary or move out of the State A LENGTHY editorial in the Herald is headed Municipal in St Louis As Lexington is so free from corruption in her affairs and no political tickery is practiced in her borders it is quite the thing for her newspapers to give outsiders a few pointers on how easy it is to keep in the straight and way AN exchange reporting the big at Lexington says Next in line were the Knights of Pythias in red plumes and white duck trousers As the weather was warm this must have been comfortable but we suspect the scant attire attracted much JOHN W GATES says that an hon est man has no business on Wall St We will give John a years subscrip tion to THE RECORD for every honest man he can find on Wall street FENCING the art of the seven teenth century is being revived in the cities Out here in the country just at this season whitewashing of lg giveaway always proclamation bewildering animals Conference brothers Lexington Corruption municipal narrow parade attention June 5 braise fencing is the order of the day ONE of Kentuckys largest distil lers has announced for governor He will win in a walk provided large distiller doesnt come out against him IT is evident the Filipinos have a strain of Kentucky blood in their veins or they would not raise such a howl about the water cure STONE Delayed Letter D J Harden is rejoicing over the ar rival of a son J T Speake sold to Ed Gaines horse for 64 Wade Teater sold to Wm Teater a horse for 100 Wm Teater sold a nice horse to Jnoj Adams for 130 C S Sanders bought of Taylor a horse for 85 J T Speake bought of Sam Preston a nice horse for 125 Jess Sanders sold to Sanders G L Sanders sold eo Sanders ker a bunch of hogs at Gc C S Sanders bought of Taylor a nice buggy horse for 90 Newton Brooks of Kansas is visit ing his brother Fayette Brooks J M Sanders has returned home after a two weeks stay with his daughter Mrs Sarah Coyleof Kirksyille Misses Myrtle and Carrie Sanders of spent Sunday with their Misses Sanders Mess Hughes Aldridge and Lutes Stone were in our midst Sunday Samuel Mofford and family visited Doc Jackson and family from until Sunday Jewel Sanders visited her sister Mrs Mattie Duncan Saturday and Sunday and attended meeting at Mt Hebron Mr Wilson Rice and mother of Sharpsburg are visiting C M Moberley and wife Misses Myrtle Moberley and Liza Wall are visiting at Hubble Miss of McCreary visited Mrs Joe Hicks Sunday Several from this place attended the commence Lancaster How to Avoid Trouble Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle oi loins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed before the summer is over and if procured now may save you a trip to town in the night or in your busiest season It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful medicrae in use for bowel complaints both for cbil dren and adults No family afford to be without it For sale by R E McRobertSj Druggist 1m r I J Sanders Walker a bunch of hogs at Gtc Val Sanders Lancaster cousins Saturday Tinsy King mental 1 J soother can e cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields where we hope to bring in a strong shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num ber of wells on our property right in the centerjof the oil field of Knox county within 60 days Our prop erty there lies on the famous Rich land Creek oil field near and in sight of both the Jones and Wages gushers estimated at twelve hun dred barrels each per day When the Wages gusher came in on Christmas day it was beyong con trol for three days and in spite of all efforts to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek fire and destroying the drilling machinery trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just drillinginwellvery catching i PllEACHEllSVILLE J L Kennedy is on the sick list Jno Cress sold about SO hogs to Morgan for Gc J C Fox bought a mule from J P Ballard for 100 Sol C Rigsby bought a horse from J P Rogers for 1500 QW B Ragan sold 107 ewes and lambs to S Morgan for 250 per head The meeting closed last week any visible results Bro Dean did some fine preaching he returned Lexington Monday Several from this place attended the memorial services at Ephlscs church Sunday Two good sermons in the morning one by Bro Young of and one by Bro Hutchins of this place Several short talks in the afternoon F F Cummins is preparing to move to Corbin We regret very much to see them leave Mrs D BEdminston of Louisville has been visiting her Mrs W II Cummins Mrs Mary Elmore and family of Jellico are her mother and Mrs Ilariett Foly and Mrs J B IIutchinsMrs Renda Pettus has been visiting the family of Judge Pettus at Somerset for a few days Prof Bishop and family have gone to housekeeping so he will now press his school Mrs Grove Kennedy and Mrs John went over to Stanford on Monday Mr Samp Cummins was in Lancaster on business Monday 0 T Wallace made a division of the E Carson farm for Mr McAlister and Mr Owens the present owners of J the farm last Wednesday MT HEBRON Delayed Letter Mr B A sold G calves to Wm Ruble for Dennie Scott sold 5 calves to Wm Ruble for 81 The fine rains of the past week have been much enjoyed by the farmers Mr John Vanderpool fell from a barn loft a few days ago and broke a rib He is improving at this writing Mr and Mrs Timothy Ford were made very happy on the 19th ult over tbe arrival of a fine boy The Sunday school at this place has been changed from morning until 230 in the afternoon Everybody invited to attend Rev J I Wills was given the pastor ship of Mt Hebron by a unanimous vote This is his year at this place and we wish him much success Mr Turpin and family of Jessamine visited Mr and Mrs Brumfield and Sunday Mr Blakeman of Pollys Bend was the guest of Briny Dean Sunday Mrs C D Peacock and son John Miller of Jellico Ten nessee are visiting her mother Mrs Mary A Ford Mrs Lizzie Bruner and two children are at the bedside of her brother Mr Walter Eason Miss Lula Scott and Mrs Asa Wilson of Pink were the guests of Miss Ela Scott from Saturday until Monday Mr G A Bruce and wife were called to the bedside of the infant of Mis Wm Garrison Sunday Isaac Nay lor and wife spent Sunday with their uncle W D Scott Misses Melia Teater of Gunns Chapel preaching here Sunday Misses Minnie Ray and Viola Folger by Lloyd Saunders and George Ray attended preaching here Sunday and were the guests of Miss A E Scott Misses Pearl and Jewell Sanders- of Stone were the guests of their sis ter Mrs Samuel Duncau Sunday Miss Lula Scott of Bourne is visiting friends at Wilmore Hot Weather Weakness If you teel fagged out listless and lacking in energy you are perhaps suf fering from the debilitating effects of summer weather These symptoms indicate that a tonic is needed tbat will create a healthy appetite make perfect regulete the and impart natural activity to the liver This Herbine will do tonic laxative and restorative H J Freegard Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan writes I have used Herbine for the last 12 years and on earth can beat it It was to me by Dr Newton KanJ J5flp at R E MpRoberbs 1m I ed th j a without Highland sister visiting enterprise business 6 Gordon- a church Saturday Saturday attended accompanied digestion bowels it is not recommended 8 t sister Nr 11 a- Ida yarn n between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and im mediately adjoing the Hutellings well that came in last week and where four wells are now under contract We are just below and in sight of the famous Jarvis well regarded as one of the very best in the Field The property adjoining us above and just between us and and the Jarvis well is to be devel oped in April and several other tracts within a few hundred yards of us are to be drilled as soon as derricks can be erected and ma chinery placed Not less than 100 other wells are under contract in the vicinity so we are entirely sur rounded by this development and ducers on the four sides ofus which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and splendid h BUCKEYE Mr Roop is contractor for Mr Alex John Naylors son a lad was inter ed in the Buckeye burial ground Tues death being caused by a cat bite resulting in blood poison Mrs Herod Ray and L B Ray are visiting the formers relatives near Harrodsburg Aunt Nancy Bolton of Back creek died suddenly Sunday morning Alex Miles attended the graduation of his daughter Miss en which took place at Harrodsburg Miss and L attended the Sunday school conven tion as delegates at Lancaster speak complimentary of the nice lundion say our school made the best contribution save one and that only exceeded four cents Messrs Win Jones Jno Bogie and L accepted invitations to join a house party next Tuesday given by Miss Ora Hendren of Madison LOWELL Jim Metcalf has a soda fountain now and the boys can call in and quench their thirst any time There has been some tobacco plants set but the farmers are much annoy ed with cut worms They are doing much damace in this country James Todd and mother of your town are visiting Milford Lee at this place Mrs Lyda Nelson of Will i iamsburg is visiting her parents John S Anderson will leave us for Sunday night where he will take charge of a work tram John is a good railroader and we are glad of his promotion he has been on the road for about ten years Mrs Ella Howe visited her mother Monday John D Hardwick and wife visited Marcus Highland and family Sunday Win Mays who has been railroading for some time is vis itin his parents at this writing Marcus Highlands mother of visiting him at this writing Miss Mattie Stewart who has been Parks has returned home in Knox county We had some cool weather last week and there was some frost but it did not do much damage Mrs Dr Mays who was hurt in a runaway wreck is better at this FLATWOODS Mose Lawson bought a horse court day for 6500 W H Furr bought two hogs from Isiah Kelley for 900 A K Walker bought a pier of mules from Wm Royston There was preaching at Lawsons chapel Sunday morning and night by Rev Dean There will be preaching at Good Hope next Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Muriel W N Payne and son of Bell county have noyed to the farm recently from Ijusks Joseph Ball and family visited Hugh and Hattie Hall Sunday Miss Nannie Duderar and Mr Sol Elmore were visiting at Mr John Dudderars Messrs and Millard Johnson with their pretended best girls called at Flat wood Sunday Moses Hutchins has returned from the mountains where he has been at Lawson and wife of Hyattsville visited his brother Mose Lawson Sunday Arthur Ball and wife are rejoicing over the arrived of a daughter Head It in His Newspaper George Schaub a well known citizen of New Lebanon Ohiois a constant reader of the Dayton Volkr eitung He knows that this pappr aims to advertise only the best in its columns and when he saw Chamber loins Jan Balm advertised therein for lame back be did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife wij for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief He says After using the Pain Balm for a few days oiy wife said tome I feel as though born anew and before using contents of the bottle time pains had entirely vanished und she could again take up her household duties He is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m j upIdayhis Hel- D Sallie B Ray BRay spreadalso BRay Paris visiting Miss Sudie to her writing purchased Aph Morgan work Wm German the entire unbearable to ave Paris a w is other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock we are the only company in this immediate oil field who has not done so For the purpose of funds for immediate including tanks and pipe line our company now offers for sale Twenty Thousand Shares of its capital stock at par Sioo per share in amounts from one share up Every purchaser of stock will got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt Ster ling and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of ot dollars and it will grow to millions during this year and we are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good sale and we bdieve properties raising development thousands fortune i JUIYANTSVILLE The ladies cleared about 835 at the strawberry supper at the Grove Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins is some better at this writing R L and wife from Paint Lick at tended preaching at Pleasant Grove Sunday Messrs Herman and Charlie Frasa of Richmond visited friends here last week Jliss Alice Dunn of Danville is the guest of her sister Mittie this week Miss Minnie Dunn visited relatives in Nichols viile last week J X Dunn will start in a few weeks for New Mexico to be gone several weeks Misses Merit Leavell and Nannie Ballard have from a months visit to friends in Middlesboro Miss Allie Dunns school closed last Tuesday Tier pupils gave a nice entertainment which was enjoyed by those present Miss Nell Bourne visited in Lexington last week Becker was in Lexington on business last week Lliss Jennie Higgsns visited friends here last week Miss Katie Farley was given the prize for regular attendance at Miss Thurmonds school which closed here last week Carmel Hill and Frank Parks are now clerking in J X Dunns store JBOURXE Job Marsee bought a nice mare from Charles Durham for 80 Fox Turner bought some nice hogs from Mrs Tom Turner at Gc Job 5lursee and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the loiters parents Mr and Mrs A D Upton of Faulkner Station Misses Lucille Marsee and Rovesta Turner and Noah Llarsee spent a part of last week with friends in Hiattsville Messrs Thomas and Wm Rains are spending sev eral weeks with relatives in Barbour yule and Middlesboro Noah Mar see returned home Saturday fromPine ville where he has been attending court Miss Marie Thomas and Mrs Jack Partin of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs Louise Marsee Friday night The little daughter of Gil bert Turner has been quite ill for the past week is much Improved PAINT LICK We think it time for tits men to quit fighting as it has become custom ary for the women to fall out and tight with rolling pins and such like We are badly in need of police in this place The Y MC A of this place has increased in membership to a great extent The young deserve much credit for their good work It is a fine organization and should be en couraged more Sam Foresight of Joplin Mo is the guest of J W Smith Miss McCarley of your city is the guest of Mrs Smith Miss Marie Jo seph is visiting Miss Lizzie Best The entertainment and strawberry supper given by Miss Jennie Wallace for tIle benefit of New Hope church was well attended and a nice sum was realized Miss Wallaces pupils well trained and show considers ble certainly deserve much praise and encouragement Miss Annie Francis who has been in Lancaster for some time has returned W Swinford of Lancaster was injur town Sunday There seems to be some attraction up here for Buz Miss Katie Willougbby who been for Mrs llin nie Jennings the past seaspn has rpr turned to her home in Lexington much to the of her many friends here Mrs Annie Wallace is quite sick at this writing Mrs Dr Mays is improving slowly Miss Air Henderson town is the guest of Mrs L Woods Saved Ftom an Awful Fate Everybody said I had consump tion writes Mrs A M Shields of Cbambersburg Pa I was so low after six months of severe sickness caused by Hay Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the marvelous merit of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption used it and was completely cured For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in the world and is infallible for Coughs Colds andBron chial Affections Guaranteed b ttles Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Lick 1m Jennings returned C C Turner n men J were talentthey homeG trimming t t pf your fl S100 F jO as 4 Mattie W fins regret ice l and S Paint r IN CONCLUSION We that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be econo mically and wise as human fore sight can provide expended ia the development of Companys prop ertyThat no officer of this ccmpnny shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi dendpaying basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in divid nds to all the holders of its If you desire to invest invest NOW We need your money NOW for development purposes We will NOT need it LATER When we leave brought in the first two wells the stock will be withdrawn from sale entirely We refer to every Bank or busincs house in Garninl county Address all communications to the Secretary capitalstock guarantee The season has arrived for Painting and Papering Purest brands of Handsomest line of PAINTS and OILS i WALL PAPERSI i Varnishes Brushes Etc we have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc Drug Store 800 1 S I McRoberts S J 1 i r E I e Come To Us Correct Styles Handsome Patterns a n d LOW P R 1 CV Our Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations v Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D TILLETT FOR t j PAINTWe have all kinds of Paints for all kinds of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line at the very lowest prices possible House Paint Carriage Paint Wagon Paint Roof Paint Floor Paint White Lead Linseed Oil Turpentine Varnish Stain We haveall essentials for house Chamois Sponges Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBIES DRUG STORE White- Wash t G s i Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 C 2 The Double Triaftgle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy s ply seam Sold by uptodate merchants everywhere or 2 samples sent prepaid for 25 cents They equal any quarter collar made Merchants should rz r writeI our 1902 5 r flip often ZANUr tCOBSeca N sl1AKGASr TR0I NYC r i t A Tn rOF UfSiN W 1 A d FU7 ia TMPii The Jones Lever Binder cuts and binds whole harvests without a The stored power of its patent makes it cut with ease where others mire or choke down and fall It has many other special features just as interesting Well gladly point them out and show whyit pays to buy PLANO Harvesting Machines if youll call They are the latest and most perfect work economizers yet produced Made by men who know the Farmers finished product ofthe finest factories on earth they represent the most advanced ideas in farm machinery You cant afford to waste your energy your time your money with old time implements K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson flywheel you needsthe miss A ji rrr I I Budget of Local Gossip A JJricf 3Icntion of the Comings cud Goings of People We All Juiow Miss JlcCarley is visiting her sister Miss Mac Jarvis is visiting friends in Lebanon Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville was here Saturday J S Johnson who has been ill is very much better Mr Todd Scott of Lexington is visting friends here Miss Sparks is visiting her sister Mrs Leonidas Robinson Miss Lenna Hobbs attended the Midway Commencement Miss Mattie May Robinson is in Danville visiting relatives Mr Marshall Denny has accepted a position with Mr K F Postle Mr and Mrs A II Rice have been visiting relatives in Danville Mr J Thomas Cherry of Brodhead was here Saturday and Sunday Sam Joseph the popular shoe drum mcr was in our town Saturday Mrs D M Lackey has returned from a visit to Stanford and Louisville Mrs Jennie Eastland of Columbus Ohio is visiting Mrs Y II Kinnaird Mrs John Sunday for a vis it to her relatives in Circlcville Ohio Mr and Mrs George Walden of Dan ville visited Mrs Mary Walden Sun day Mr Rowan Saulley of Stanford was here Saturday and paid us a pleasant call lIon R II Tomlinsonwas in the mountains this week on legal Mrs R II Tomlinson has returned from a visit to relatives in Ecuna Vista Rev C M Reid of Middlesboro vis ited his mother and sister the past week Mrs John Doty and three little was visiting her uncle Mr Jas Doores Little Miss Christine Merritt is the guest of her aunt Miss Sacray of Stanford Mrs Dolph Rice of Danville is her parents Mr Stepnen Owsley and wife Misses Lizzie Thompson and Bessie Guilty are with Miss Bourne this Mr W 0 Dunlap arrived Saturday and is the guest of his mother Mrs Dr Walter i Peerless The only Freezer that will freeze fruit Will freeze Cream in half the time the Mountain or any other freezer with one half the ice The best freezer made For Sale by 1IJI Rallou Son i I L f f f I 4 J I T Y I T J Y t 1 T T T J Y 4 J J Mrs Slier Learleft business children visiting eel t IcelanD freezer i t w t r firs r Nell i t r Whiter e r 1 rt w Mr C Mitchell wife and bright little son Robert are in Louisville a few days Miss Lena Rigney has returned from Lexington where she has been school Mr Jack McRoberts of Cincinnati has been the guest of his brother Mr R E McRoberts Mrs Louise Arnold left yesterday to visit her daughter Mrs Charles of Frankfort Miss Cora Ward and Mr Earl Ward are in Danville visiting their cousin Miss Stella Brown Mr Ansil billion of Crab Orchard was here this week to see his father Capt Boston Dillion Misses Rclla and Allie Arnold have returned from Kicholasville after a short visit to relatives At this writing the condition of Mrs Margaret Gill is unchanged and she remains very low Mr and Mrs A II Kinnaird of Mid of Mesdames Mattie ONeal and L F ITubble have gone to Rockcastle Springs to spend the summer Mrs J W Elmore and children her father Mr Richmond for a weeks visit Prof J II Patterson and family left Tuesday for Bristol Tcnn where he will be principal of the school Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick hers been the guest of MissChris tine Bradley Lexington avenue The Danville Isews contest was won by Miss Eva Grant the eldest of Dr Price Grant of Danville Mr W B Jarvis is still suffering from the hurt received some weeks ago lie gets about but it causes much pain Miss Lillie V West has returned from Nicholasvillc where she has been attending commencement Miss Susie Hilton who has been clerking in Mr R II Batsons store left Sunday for her home in head Miss Sallie B Ray of Buckeye was the guest of Mrs W T West and at tended the Sunday school Convention ThursdayThe friends of Miss Allie are glad to know her treatment was a success and hope for her speedy Miss Bessie Johnston who has been the popular visitor of Miss Willie Belle Burnside returned Monday to Lebanon Mr and Mrs W I Williams are re ceiving congratulations over the of a son christened Bradford Williams Mr Guy Davidson gave a Yen entertainment Wednesday at his beautiful suburban home on Buckeye pike Mrs George McRoberts returned to her home in Covington Sunday after several weeks visit to her parents Mr Joe Burnside and wife Miss Edna Ramsey who has been the pretty and attractive visitor of Miss Willie Belle Burnside returned Wednesday to her home in Mouticel lo Little Miss Ella May Ball ac companied Mr II A B Marksbury to Sunday school at Herring school house Sunday afternoon and played the or gan for him Misses Bessie Mae and Sue Anna Lear Lillie V West and Bernie Gui ton Lear are visiting Miss Bessie Yan tis at their aunt Mrs Jas A rar of Stanford tins veek Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett gave an elegant dinner Monday to the following guests Prof J II Patterson and wife Rev L and wife and Rev Clmmbley and wife Mrs Charles Burdett gave an dining Thursday Time guests present were Rev J E Wolford wife and children Mr J K West and wife Mesdames II A B Marksbury and Wil liams Miss Cora Ward entertained her classmates and their ushers very charmingly Wednesday evening The color scheme was green and red ices were served and the was delightfully spent ir a V attending Norris familySquire accompanied Chen mlt to daughter exercises Anderson recovery arrival Jennings enjoyable evening evening Robinson elegant Delicious evening Bro Dud d in of of a Miss Helen Thurmond of Brod mead Is visiting Miss Katie Simpson Miss Kittie Mason left Tuesday to visit her sister Mrs Henry Faulconer of Hillsboro Ohio Mrs Crutchfield and daughter of Bryautsville were here Tuesday Messrs Dave Ross and T B Walker left yesterday for a few days in the Cumberland Susan Anderson and daughter Miss Amanda are visiting Mrs Cyrus Daly in Lower Garrard Miss Rose Dooley has returned to Cincinnati after several month visit to her parents Mr and Mrs P Dooley Miss Christine Bradley gave an pingpong party Tuesday The guests were MSSSOS Marga ret Tomlinson Altie Marksbury Duke Goodloe Branham Beazley Robert Davidson and Ed Doty Stanford Journal Mr and Mrs H Ballou of Lancaster spent Sunday with the family of Eld Joseph Shelby Tribble of Lancaster here courting Sunday Mr John B RifTc has moved his family from to a residence of Logan Avenue We are glad to have them cast their lot with us Miss Bessie Batson entertained her friends very delightfully Thursday evening The parlors were sweet with garden roses and palms and in the din ing room pinks and white were used The evening was greatly enjoyed by those present Danville Advocate Miss Theo ITemphill Lancaster will arrive tomorrow to visit Mr and Mrs Fisher Gaines Mrs Games will entertain the younger set Thursday evening in honor of Miss Hemphill G N Jean received a cablegram from his son Dr George Jean Saturday morning that he had arrived safely at Ma nila It was good news to the many friends and admirers of Miss Mae Robinson to learn she had won the prize in the Nicholasville contest mention of which was made last issue of THE RKCOUD Miss Robinson is the daugli tel of Mr Mote Robinson who resides Lower Garrard and is a young lady many accomplishments She is ve ry popular among her acquaintances and very justly so Being highly and trained in the art it would be hard to find a better elocu tionist Stanford recovery Ed Wilkinson which is now causes a feeling of genuine thank fulness to rise up in the bosom of the many people around here who admire man with a big heart For weeks he lingered on the brink of the river from across which no traveler ever returns Over at Lancaster Monday we shook hands with Miss Gertrude not having her during the previous two years and to find a hand sower sweetsixteener would be a task more dillicult than we want to undertake Rev R R Noel has a trio of very lovely daughters The EverReady Scissors Thrust Amongst our Exchanges Interesting Gossip from Neighboring Cities Mr Joe Robinson who started to mill thirtytwo long years ago got Sunday He wont away in a two horse wagon and came back on the train Murray Ledger Mrs Sam See relates a peculiar cir cumstance in regard to have been catching young chickens and swallowing them whole Big San dy News Last Monday while Mrs P Y Ewing was driving from her fathers to Smiths Grove the horse took the blind staggers and she had take him loose from the buggy arid carry him back homeSmiths Its gospel that the Lord sends the rains alike to the just and unjust have just had a soaker and if the un just fellows are a little dry let them have patience and shullie the cards Elizabethtown News Other crops may be backward but the dear little babes are showing tine ly What is sweeter or more innocent than a fat chubbyfaced little one Nothing Herald Ledger Spring having aroused the dormant faculties we come forth with greet ings to all trusting we are not entire ly forgotten and hoping our will disturb tho tranquility of no Countv Record Rev Peter Vinegar the sensational colored preacher or Lexington has announced a new subject for a sermon The Organization of a Hell Club1 It certainly has a warm name and suitable subjects for membership can be found in every tpvvn Fleming Ga zette aMrDeaths have been fewer this year in this locality than we ever knew of and if people dont stop living and go to dying hell have to change ctipation Harrodsburg Democrat It is wrong for any community to compel its editor to dun them for which should be cheerfully paid in advance not in fod der and shucks but in good honest silver dollars having a merry ring that will make the editor smile audi Helald If a man had a two dollar bull pup he would look after it carefully and not let him be around at night all over town but if he has a boy its dif ferent He is turned loose at an early to go 19 the and then the g j y c j Carrie Bolden I visitors enjoyable evening Lancaster f stating educated well DemocratThe assured back to Grov Timest Ve reappearance onoGreen subscriptions hay blyBurksville l lisimin errs Ball wr Noel seen her ducksTh his baled how alit is to C to of by us people wonder where the army of tramps buttes loafers biers drunkards and come from They lire from bad seed gathered from our homes and sown broadcast on our streets and alleys Kenton Argus Here is a marriage notice that appeared in a North Dako ta paper Married at Flintstone by Rev Windstone Nehemiah stone and Wilhelmina Sandstone This getting rocky and there is bound be a blasting of these stony hearts before many pebbles appear on the connubial beach The infelicity will sharpen the ax of jealousy and sooner OF later one of the pair will rest beneath the tombstone Then lookout for the brimstone For rent three large rooms 2t Mrs Emma Kaufmann Steel frame spectacles gold bridge Return to this oflice It Still In The Illus our long experience has enabled us to know the wants of our customers If you want firstclass work call on us Shop in Garrard Hotel building tf Henry Duncan Notice to Contractors I will receive sealed bids until June 20th for erecting complete a two brick house to be situated on Campbell street Plans and may be seen at my coal ollice near depot Right reserved to reject any and all bids J T WilliamsLan caster Ky ju53t I have the above coal which is well known everywhere Will keep on hand constantly J T Williams 54 t All carriage work done promptly Call and see us W J Romans Have that buggypainted and at Conns v Three for rent in Thompson block Richmond avenue J Thompson Gem Coal We are offering great inducements in buggies surreys etc Conic Coons I have secured the service of a first class carriage painter who has been connected with some of the largest factories as foreman in and who can give you a better job of painting than anyone in town Prices reasonable Conic Conns Carriage Shop Notice to Veteran All ExConfederates are requested meet at R II Tomlinsons ollice in Lancaster Saturday Juue 7th at 230 p m Some important matters interest to all will be acted upon By order of Commander D F Logan Camp 2t Tlic Hunt of the Season The Contest at Stanford on night of June 18 will be far ahead of any ever held in this vicinity None but the best speakers will be heard and- a tremendous crowd will attend See Saulley Hughes at once and secure a seat Lancaster will be represented Miss Jessie Doty her subject being Archie Dean and the Gnrrard county people should go over and for her tf Binders mowers rakes etc at Conns Carriage shop Hammocks life line SlOO to 8500 each at Thompsons Dont you know we buy vehicles in large quantities from an l not from jobbers and other dealers We can save you money como and see and we will save you the other and jobbers profit Romans Elmore We have the most complete system and the best machinery for putting on rubber tires of anyone tlse the Wing tire which is conceded right Call and examine at Conns Carriage shop IiiUortaut Maeeabee meeting All members are requested to be present at the regular meeting on Wednesday night Tune 11th it Lewis L Walker You can get a No 1 sowing machine right here in Lancaster cheaper than any house in Chicago New York or anywhere else R A Stone lings lings lings For the next two weeks R A Stone will sell you a rug cheaper than any house on earth Call and see them they need selling A nice lot of wire cots at 125 cant DC beat as a cool summer bed R A Stone If you need groceries furniture or cheap call on on R A Stone They are all firstclass in every respect except age none of them are very old Youcan get the highest price for any and all kinds of produce either in cash or merchandise at R A Stones Entries In Ninth Annual Contest The following young ladies have the Ninth Annual Contest to be held in Stanford June 20th Florence Burnside Lancaster Pope Danville Myrtle Rritton lIar rodsburg Maria Walker Flemings burg Sara Daniels Paris Anna Darst Polly Traylor Stanford Ruby Hack uey London Jennie Houchings Har rodsburg Graded School Lillie Leave Hamilton Female College r H Beaxley I cutthroats murderers germinated with comment grindstone Lodi shops story specifications repaired rooms Call n paint shop applaud repaired l dealers best Price f Com dr entered manager 1deadbeat sgax flit gigue 1 CarrirgeS top factories C tlic bii 11 sand T at ny ly out the weather Frisbies soda fountain is in full blast All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Joseph Buy paint supplies at Frisbies and get the best for least money Japalac varnish for furniture and all wood work at Thompsons X I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs Order ice cream from Zimmers Its best quality and nicely frozen All drug store New line oLsummer dimmities at Josephs N If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store to advertise your stuff say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward See the dotted swiss curtains lace curtains at Josephs House can get everything needed at Frisbies drug store You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest snost stylish ever shown in All the la test shades J Joseph Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and makeyour hens lay Sold by T Currey 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Machine needles and oil at Thompsons 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Car load Iron Good price paid II B Northcott Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold byT Currey 40000 lbs wool wanted R A Stone Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock food sold only by Currey Glee cream furnished in any quantity any time Telephone Zimmers QI am better prepared to do all kinds of carriage work than ever before Prices low W J Romans All our customers are well pleased with the nice carriage painting and repair work we are doing Come and see us W J Romans Ice for Sale We have contracted for Ice with the Paris Ice Manufacturing Compa and will be able to supply the trade See us before contracting We are now ready to deliver HBNortlicott At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years For Rein Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son If you want the pure Southern Ger Millet get it at T Gurneys Plants Plants Plants Cabbage Tomato and Potato plants for sale Geo Smith tf A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leavels Planing Mill ma15tf All kinds of bicycle fixtures etc at Conns We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son The Stanford Contest The young ladies will take part in the largest elocutionary con test ever given in Stanford Wednes day June 18th Stanford Misses Pol Traylor and Sara Wood Lynn Lan caster Miss Jessie Doty Mt Vernon Miss Ida May Adams Danville Miss Clyde Burke Harrodsburg Miss Mary Beaumont College Miss Murna Clare Curry Somerset Miss Maude Girdler Lebanon Miss Mary C Boldrick Springfield Rose Cleaver Subjects and other entries will be announced later Saufley Mgrs Ninth Annual Contest The Ninth Annual Contest far young Ladies will be held at Stanford Friday June 20th Miss Florence Burnside will represent Lancasterand other wellknovvu young ladies will take part Miss Lillie B of Garrard county will represent Female College This contest is in no wise connected with the one ad vertised for Juno 18th Full particu lars later E H Beasley Mgr tf Our stock of slippers and shoes can not be surpassed We can give you the best the for less than competitors blow about J Joseph t I t t 0 o i Busin ss Jo t r t Dont comply the leadingra azines atIirisbies preparing I cleaners I I restaurant 1 man Notice Feed laY Sallee Miss Alverson Hamilton marke fIords in n S and 1 Lancaster Wattled following Leaven money a COIVGJCBSS to anoun G G GILUKRTof Sbfclby county as a candidate for Congress in this the Elghta district subject to the actIou of the Democratic party SV1ORE LIVES ASE SAveDBY USING Cofisunipiion Coughs and Golor wonderful pcsUvef cures Consumption Asthma Pneumonia a PAYPrice Kodo Dyspepsia Cure what you eat IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR TO defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours PROMPTNESS f GOOD WORK 1 GENERAL SATISFACTION I We make a specialty of T Family Washing this de T partment being under the T sole charge of ladies J Danville Steam Laundry SMITH CURKEY Agents tT Lancaster Ky I j j Iron J Dr Kings NnUI niQtnfC71 u FOIL AndLungThis Col 3 FeverPleurisv L s Sore Throat Group and 0 j llUNDRY VORK t l f S si Gri pe loIrsanc o V hoorlin US- e C c sS- tuu1T7 We Can Your Every Want I J J J J T T TTTJ T J T T T T T T T TT T T T T T T T I T T I T I I T71 Iit t+ I J 1 IF YOUR COULD TALK how they would groan when the life is crushed out of them by high pressure machinery Our work is ironed by low pressure machinery which the lite ofthe linen many months also produces a finish that is not excelled in any city A card or phone will bring a wagon M N 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenucky T1A On and after June 1st we will close out our large stock of goods AT COST FOR CASH It consists of 10000 WORTH OF Dry Goods Notions Shoes Cloth ing Furnishing Goods Hats Hard ware Tinware Cooking Stoves Queensware Furnituae Sewing Machines Wagons Plows Double Shovels Wagonma kers supplies Buggy Rims and Spokes Etc Etc Everything AT COST except Gro ceries and Drugs Come early and get the choice of the lines J X DUNN CO Bryantsville Ky c 4 COLLARS prolongs LAUNDRY V COST T t Cultivators Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest TP nAlAMi iV Successors to J M Higglnbotham Rakes Cutlery i SON TO THE GOOD PEOPLE OF LANCASTER and GARRARD COUNTY We are pleased to announce that we have completed arrangements to open a Branch Studio in your city We are having rooms proper facilities for making the same class of High Grade work that we have been maintaining for so long We hope to be in operation in about two weeks due notice of which will be given through your county paper We propose to deal Fairly and liberally with all who may honor us with their patronage Samples of our work will be on exhibition in some appropriate place in a very short while and your attention will be called to same We intend to make work equal to any made anywhere We hope to merit a liberal patronage Respectfully fittedwith THE FOX STUDIO Opposite Court House Danville Ky DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OF WILL BEAT THE St ASAPH HOTEL Stanford Ky Tuesday June 3rd GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Wednesday June 4th Now is the time Dont neglect your best EYES EYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYgE OFFICE nouns 9 am to 5 pm Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT Lancaster Ky Once offer Thompsons store friendYOUR LAW I If Means bad air and whether it jg 0f If g 3 comes from the low lands and marshes of the country or tide filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities and towns its effect upon the human system is the same These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the blood and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver kidney troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because tile liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various eruptions of an indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The genus and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body and destroy the lifegiving properties of the blood rendering it thin and watery must be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to get rid of Malaaia and its S does this and quickly produces an entire change in the blood reaching every organ and stimu lating theta to vigorous healthy action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the health improves and the appetite increases almost from the first dose There is no Mercury Potash Arsenic or other mineral in S S S It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly help you by their advice to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co Atlanta Ga lio r I h MALARIA to effectsS v- a a Of Interest to Farmers Items From Here t There and Everywhere Stock Crops Etc Fresh Jersey cow and calf for sale AY B Jarvis McCormack binder Hoosier drill mower and rake All as good as new For sale at a bargain W B Jarvis wants some good and fresh milk cows nia15tf The Wisconsin Shorthorn Breeders Association recently held their second sale at Madison that state and the average on all offered and sold was 212 per head The average of th3 se lected lot in the sale was 100 but some tailings finally included brought the general average down to 212 as stated There is good money in eggs at ranging from 30 to 40 cents and the only regret of the poultrymen was that they did not have more sell It was some consolation for the high price of grain The farmer generally has more and hope than do many of any other class does more work and gets Tax on llabies Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble should be given a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge the childrens tonic It will stimulate and facilitate the dig estion of their food so that they soon become strong healthy and active 25c at RE McRoberts 1m The social climber is not yet rests ed to any particular clime A Splendid llciuedy Neuralgic pains rheumatism and sciatic yield to the influence of Ballards Snow Liniment It penetrates to the and bone and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderjul cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tenn I have used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in family It is splendid remedy could not do without it 2uc oOc and 100 at R EMcRoberts 1m less pay But after all he is more as he sees before him possibilities that stimulate to efforts with a hope of remuneration He is always his own master That alone is worthy of serious considera tionThe advantage of an incubator over hens even when One has plenty that want to sit has long been settled by the large poultry raisers It would take 14 hens to do the work of a 200 egg incubator The labor of caring for them would be much greater the feed would cost more than the oil and the results would be generally less satisfactory The seventeenyear locust are with us in earnest In some localities the ground honeycombed with the holes made by the locust emerging from the ground the trees literally swarm with the insects and the air is filled with the constant roar of their songs We have not had reports from many parts of the state and do not know how generally they have appear ed but just east of Louisville they are in terrible abundance Health and Beauty Universal Good Esthetic Quality are significant than any of certainly there canreal beauty without Woman can control I her to a great If she will keep her menstrual healthy condition BRADFIELDS Feline U known as the best medicine for the lief of women from menstruation corrects the derangement or of the menses It cures backache pains nervousness or the blues It per restorestheIf woman will regulate her menstrual functions with tills perfect arms perfect bust andK I natural result of a richly nourished blood and regu tar menstruation Sold in all drug stores at 1 bottle A treatise Perfect Health for Women free Write for it- M1MU lECCUTH ML 11UIU U ur 1 the VJ 4 V ix jjj Concerning J C Suer prices patience they lumbago penetrating nerves states independent unlimited different I Twin words these more others pertaining to the One implies other can hardly be withoutdegr 4 f suffering Intense shooting I I pink and white complexion as J spring 4S jams nal health s extent n Regulator st- page i ono be a n a er in er A correspondent wants to know how to kill cut worms About the most effective way we know of is to first catch the worm place him on a smooth block or log and take a sharp ax knife and cut his head oil This might a little tedious when the supply is as great as it is this spring but it is certainly an effective and sure way to kill all you can If we can put stop to the cool days and cooler nights and bring on some hot sun shine warm nights we will not need to kill the worms as they will cease operation on the surface The cut worm is a hard problem to deal with if he has the weather on his Side The American Sportsman None but horse lovers who are usu ally thorough students of the horse fully appreciate how much the horse appreciates kindness Care and lm mane treatment have as much mllu ence in developing the traits and dis position of a horse as loving care and kindness have in developing the char acter and disposition of a child The Arab makes his horse his companion the Arabian horse is probably the most docile and intelligent of all around the world The average American outside our skilled horse lovers of the turf does not treat his horse with as much consideration of kindness as the Arab of the desert Burnam Rocker the millers sold to J II Baughman of Stanford 1000 bushels wheat at SO cents For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting a quick and perma For sale by R E druggist 1m those good old days that we hear so about they didnt have carriages nor cowless milk then butter was not made out of hog fat and cotton seed oil then leaf lard was not rendered from old tallow and seed then coffee didnt grow pn oak trees and calf skin shoes were not made out of sheep hides then maple syrup was not made out of hickory bark and corn cobs then the thin sides of poor hogs were not smoked and called breakfast bacon then wasn tl made from corn and raspberry jelly didnt come from slaughter hous then styles didnt change quicker the moon and mothers were not ashamed to own five children then penitentiaries were too large now they are too small then men prayed to God instead of to the congregation and if inventors and reformers keep up the present pace no man can tell man from a woman across the street in about twentylive years Of what does a bad taste In your mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach is in bad condition and Wjjj remind you that there is nothing so good for such a disorder as Cham berlains Stomach Liver Tablets after having once used them They cleanse and invigorate the stomach and regulate the bowels For 25 cents per box by R E McRoberts druggist 1m A review of the circumstances which usually influence prices for wool shows that nearly all of them make for high values while only two show the re verse yet for the moment the nega tive influences are the most potent says the Indiana Farmer Among those influences which ordinarily cause advancing prices arc the hard ening foreign markets making no longer possible to profitably import wool that can compare with domestic point of cheapness Woolen mills the world over are well employed Most of them have orders far in ad vance of their ability to fill which is in strong contrast with the conditions prevailing at this time last year when the depression in Europe was acute the manufacturing try in the Uniue States was halting Another important factor which should be a basis of confidence is the enormous reduction in the worlds wool supply that caused falling prices previous to twelve months This elimination of surplus is as pronounced in Europe as it is here Wool consumption not only here but the world over has been progressing for months at a rate almost beyond previous experience with reasonable prosprets for its continuance Wool supplies in the seaboard markets of the United States are lighter than at any time the passage of the Tar iff Act in 1897 and this with the great consumption now than then is certainly cause for encouragement for those who owing to the strike are are now able to buy at prices not above the lowest that were paid for last years clip j eat t I and erthen says toand horses o tIn horseless cotton eSt ethan and woolen indus supplies since t A I catchy llcllobeat sal i errs lour 3c j be or BUENA VIVfA Sacramental service at the Presby t rian church next Sunday Six car loitls of cattle were from the pens at amp Ntlson Mon day for shipment Mr J S Iron has been elected to rep resent Mt Olivet Church at the dis trict convention at Moreland June 11 Misses Daisy and Kellie Scott were elected to represent the Sunday school June 10th at same place Dr Ely having resigned the presi dency of Caldwell College will sever his connection with the Presbyterian church here peat Sunday He has been pastor of this church for nearly three years and it is with regret that the people bid him adieu Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson has re turned from an extendedvisit to rela tives at Middlesboro Miss Virgie King has returned from Jessamine Institute Mary and Alfred Skinner North Middletown and Miss Bessie Boiton will soon return from Caldwell College Mrs Nary Spilman spent last week with relatives in Lexington MissLucretia Skinner and Henly Bastin of Lancaster spent Sunday with Miss Skinners parents here Miss Mae Johnston and Guilith Ander of McAfee have been the guests at Mr Alfred Skinners MissLillian Lane a popular Danville girl accom panied by Mr West called on relatives here Sunday Miss nam of Jessa mine was the guest of her sister Mrs Herman Barnett Sunday MrsDan iel Kents and son from near Harrods are visiting Mrs Kents father Mr Dudley Barnett Chas was in Lexington Friday and Saturday Miss Laura Hawkins of Marcel us and her visitors Misses Mary and Evelyn Kemper of attended church here Sunday MARKSliDAY Charles Durahm sold a good snare to Jonas Marsee for 8SO Taylor Burdett bought of C A Rob inson a good beef at per lb While in Lancaster Miss Sue Sutton was recipient of a handsome gold watch by Mr J I Hamilton and The following ladies Mesdames Mi riam Peters aged S3 S A Norris aged Margaret Taylor aged 71 Marga vet Sutton 64 dined Tuesday with Mrs Harry Aldridge Rev Stallings will deliver two ex cellent discourses each Sunday and evening throughout the He will give a social talk to the children nett Sunday morning Master James Dunn js visit relatives in Madison Mr Brown of Paint Lick visited a friend here Sunday A daughter came to the home of Mr Ball Aldridge and on the 30th ult Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick called on the Misses Simpson Sunday Mrs Margaret Sutton and daughter Sue spent Monday with Joshua Sut ton near Lancaster Mrs Margaret Baylor of Lancaster is spending the week with relatives here Allen Saddler and wife of panyille spent Sunday with Mr Cyrus Daly and Root Humphreys wife and daugh ter have returned from a pleasant vis it to Bardstown Miss May me Daly Of Danville is visiting relatives here Mrs Simpson of Lancaster Is spending several weeks with her son Mr Fred Yeager wife and children spent last Wcdnes day Wjth James Yeager and family of Danville Miss Catharine Moore closed a very successful three month school at Rice Acadeiny schoolhouse Thursday May 29 James Dunn and jean Aldridga received pries for highest average Sannifqr Jojise re ceived a prie for most headmarks in spelling f II Bogie and wife the street fair in Lexington and went to Louisville shopping The subscribers to the Parsonage fund are requested to pay as soon as possible to W H Kinnaird Treasurer one half of their subscriptions W H Wherritt Chm B C m 22 tf Carpenters and JIulMorH Attention The Building Committee of the Parsonage of the Presbyterian church in Lancaster Ky solicit bids for the completion of the building in with the plans and specifications Plans and speciiications can be seen and any further information had on application to the undersigned Bids will be received up to June 10th 1901 W H Wherritt Ch B C ma223t Telephone Sto k For Sale Two hundred and fifty shares of stock in the Bastin Telephone Company guaranteed to pay a of six per cent per annum will sold for cash at par alue ten 1000 per share in single shares in blocks to suit purchasers This valuable stock is increasing in value and Call on or address I William Herndon Attorney Kentucky The Real Thing The Ninth Annual Elocutionary Contest to be held in Stanford June 20th is not an imitation of something else but stands on its own merits These contests have always ben largely attended and have never been nor will they ever be surpassed by any contests The mussc this year will be finest ever heard in Stanford Dont forget the date and secure your seats pnow E H Beazley Mgr Chronic bronchial troubles and coughs can be quickly relieved S and by Foleys Honey and Tar C C lm v orson burg 41 the presented 72 morning summer Lytle sting wife wife u r W accordance preferred dividend dollars purchasers will make a paying investment summer E Stormes tae Cunningham Lancaster tic Simpson attended 4 4 t l On tt t iutlicatiiiHi tit kJMiay trouble stop it by takijjg Foleys Kid noyCurc C C J E Storroes 3 m Divorce comes before marriage in the dictionary No good health unless the kidney are sound Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys right C C 1 E It is the young lady who assists with the household duties that should the most beautiful to the world Jcui3 to Yield I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles and found it a certain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Operations unnecessary to cure piles They always yield to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cures skin diseases all kinds of wounds Accept no counter feits lm Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile India but worse yet isa body thats poi Kings New Life Pills and avoid misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion fine Only 2ic at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co s drug storc Paint Lick lm The lady who wears the smallest looking shoe does not always have the smallest foot lculs Tli i All One Minute Cough Cure beats all other medecine I ever tried for coughs colds croup and throat and lung rpubles says D Scott Curr ofLogan ton Pa One Minute Cure is the only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts Immediately everywhere testify to the good It has done their little ones Croup is so snrldon in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It yjeljls at once to One Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to talC Children like it Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs The persons who doubt tile honesty and sincerity of others will require watching themselves Spring fever is another name forbil iousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and bowels niean a poisoned system If neglected serious illness may such symptoms DeWitts Little Early Posers remove all danger by stimulating the iiver opening the bowels and cleaning the system of Safe pills Never gripe I have taken DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid liver every spring for yeses writes R M Everly vibe W Va They do me wore than anything I have ever tried The young man who looks the most serious is the first to matrimony Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful in medicine is given by druggist G W Roberts of Elizabeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incur able cancer They believed his case hopeless till lie used EJeptric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used toespel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve erts its matchless healing poweer blood diseases skin eruptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters SOc Salve 2oc McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick lm Kentucky Cliniilamiuu The sixteenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will at Woodland Park Lexington June 24 to July 4th inclpsiye One of the best programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be ger Lexington Ky td s y s cf x the Stormes appear 4 I I temples permitun- told appetite n n Cong I I Fever inactive follow impurities goo genera contemplate advance e atR beheld application 4 i Motile genera Sfrlt If 4 r J r News of Pi ueci trail Cuba A Knoxville somnambulist stepped out of a secondstory window and brokehis neck Judge W F Wilcox of Guthrie aged seventy eloped with Florence Brady aged eighteen- A surveying party is running a line for a new railroad from Middlesboro to Ilaalan Letcher and Perry coun tiesThe Department of Agriculture is making an elaborate test of butter with a view to aiding producers lu improve the quality All the burglars who robbed have been their terms ranging from eighteen months to five years in the peniten tiaryAguinaldos former Secretary of War called on the President and told him that the stories of American in the Philippines are greatly ex aggerated or wholly false The louse passed a bill to care for the Confederate mound in Oakwood Cemetery Chicago where 1200 Union and 4039 Confederate soldiers are bu ried Churchill Downs has been selected- as the place for holding the first Ken tiucky State Fair Kentucky Elks effected a State or today and elected the lion W P Kimball of Lexington presi dent Lexington was selected as the next meeting place In Mernoral Day address at Washington President Roosevelt de voted his time to an elaborate defense ot the war in the Philippines and the doing of the army John G Carlisle on his recent visit to Cuba found that it almost the unanimous opinion of the best and most intelligent class of qeople whom he met that the Cuban republic would not last and it was generally conced ed that fire isiancl would be annexed by the United States inside of two years Mr Carlisle thinks the Ad ministration should have given the Filipinos the same change for self government that it offered the Cubans The Boers surrendered to the Brit ish at Pretoria Saturday night The terms were signed by the Boer and Lords Milner and Kitch ever The news was cabled to Lon don by LArd jriteliener and as re ceived there with great rejoicing No official statement of the terms of tho surrender has been given out but W T Stead says the capitulation was not unconditional and that the Boers will receive n large to rebuild their homes The Boer War began October 11 1890 It has cost Great Britian nearly 1000000000 and the lives of 2220G soldiers besides 73982 wounded and invalided home King Edward Issued a proclamation after midnight last expressing his satisfaction Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and neat We nave the finest cheap est and prettiest line or wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs viz Florentines tap estries stripes and florals We will do work arty where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 05 Lancaster Ky 2203m ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in office unclaimed week ending May 31st 1902 John Dudderrar Jennings Misses Rose Jennie Ray George C Sandifer The Henry Martin Brick Manufactoring Co If called for say advertised Win West P M Lancaster Ky I EM 1 JThe initcrl States maj buy the isle of lartford convicted cruelty anization His representatives with wptip I Lancaster Post eit 4404500 M bv9444404C i00 thank was paper fiat e 0 t LOCAL OPTION ELECTION Garrard County Court May Term May 26th 1902 JudgeLocalIn District No 3 Precinct No 6 A petition signed by the required number of voters asking that the sense of the people be taken in voting precinct No 6 Magisterial District No 3 in Garrard county Ky upon the proposition as to whether or not the prohibition or local option law now in force in said precinct shall become inoperative and whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors be sold in said precinct by retail having been filed in this Court before the Judge thereof on the 21St day of May 1902 and the judge having inspected said petition and being satisfied that 25 per cent of the qualified voters who voted at the last general election have signed said petition requesting said vote It is now ordered that on the 26th day of July 1902 the Sheriff of Garrard county will open a poll in voting precinct No 6 Magisterial District No 3 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters therein upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein Before the opening of said poll and within seven days from the time that he receives the order the Sheriff will have the same a weekly newspaper of the county for at least two weeks before the holding of and he will also advertise same by printed hand bills containing a copy of this order posted at five conspicious 1 within said District for at least two weeks before the holding of electionThe of this Court will certify a copy of this order to the of Garrard county by the loth day of June 1902 A Attest J A Doty Clerk Garrard County Court A published- in saidelection true copy r i id Thre r 1 for iAJJ I 2 for mulch general illhealth and j it is known as female weak I- ness From this local cause can be traced the slow advance of failing Xj j health which not infrequently leaves 5 the woman a invalid j No woman should allow womanly I diseases to progress proper treatment The trouble is that these a H diseases progress often because of im proper treatment ff Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription 3 sgi can be relied on as a safe and sure cure f45j for womanly diseases It establishes i I regularity dries unhealthy drains heals jjjjr 1 inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak g women strong and sick women well p K health is the best now that it has been for four years writes Mrs Phebe Morrisj of Ira Cayuga Co N Y Box 52 r I have i taken but two bottles of medicine gi Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery These me icimjg have me more than all that I have before I do work only about half the time and now I can work all the time for a famiof llefore I took your medicines I was sick in bed nearly half thetime advice to all who are troubled with female weakness is to takepj Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Golden Medkal Discovery the most wonderful tile world Weak and sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce p letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y sr Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well no substitute for the medicine which works woti ders for weak womeni Keep the boveis foeaStisy Ssy the tssnsfy use cf- Hr Pierces PZeasant PeSists J Fti a t t T tkfwenet trn 11 women are subject which is rcsporuibl ly vourI could n hi b i uu I j c- i a unhappiness r x i cl 1 a r I j a a A i j A saint is never as white as he is paintedMy son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with pneumonia but for Chamber him from several attacks of croup H J Striukfiidcn editor World Her Its no credit to be good because you have to be Conciliated To haye good health the ciwly should be kept in a laxative condition and tho bowels moved at least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled daily Mr G L Edwards 112 X Main St Wichita Kansas writes I have used Ilerbine to ulate the liver and bowels for th ten yeas and round it a reliable f0c at R E McRoberts lm Big feot seam ever so much worse when they are cold A treat Friend I suffered from dyspepsia awl in iiisestion for ilf teen years says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N C After I had tried many doctors anti medicines to no avail one of my friends persuaded me to try Kodol It gave immediate jeljef I can eat almost Kodol Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further j weakens the system You need strengthening food Kodol assimilate what you eat by digesting it without the stomachs I I Vfv n chadbyRt hotels rtuf remedy digestionis wholesome en abIes to I iq ltu AAA SL s UN past you LEWIS LIUVELL President 1sY The people who talk phiiobophy a mental science when there is n tij the matter take to castor oil and tarn plasters just as easily as the us when there is llRJ I y in OM Totvn We felt very happy writes R x Berill Old town Va when 15 lens Arnica Salve laughter of a laid tail of scald lit n It delights all who uso it r r Cu Curas fonts Bruises F Erupii i Ill s t 2Sc at II I MrKiberts Lan toU r t i Paint Lnk The way I r a to mik n w i ed obey him is to find out what M wants to do an i make her do t Wee AVating Away The follow iivr letter trMU ir Watts ef ait n Mo is fnstnuti 1 have boen ti lod witlrkidney ui ease for tlc are years I lust tl s anti never felt well and dxtored wWI leading physicians and tried ail r m dies suggested witlunif el v I tried Foleju Kidney Cur uud s two bottles complete v cured i and I am now sound and well J E Stornies M PQTJLTT RAISERS Ise ROYAL lOCLTRY MIXTIIiK a anUed care fur and Ruti aui rtwrfiil egg prodoctr ROY A L lICK Kill the inaiot le tr yer known them the l l Agent l on or attlresi iris am Jth Guuentl Agtrtit S BEAZLEY r ry I for I wholly Infallible r Cus IlL tuna t hen lat i n C TO clI Ler A t W 7rr plr t1 r Tune eared lira f Fir drug 1 Idol rr Fit i the i haters greatest That want t site Irv4byterin rhnrrh Danville qtr J S IxOlUNS f Vice Irest A A v o 3 0 V ORGANIZED 1883 1 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY 8 CAPITAL 50000 SUUlLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier f WORiaxEYAsstOishr C D WAIKBR Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention S DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaveil J S Robinson R F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXV President JOHN E Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier JF Robinson Asst Caslir RT Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes AV II Kinnaird S i0 0 0 0O o If93 o 00 0o 0o2 o t 0 0 c Ok OJO OvOv0 JO Ot OcO OeO Ps O r0eOeOrPi0 V 00 0 0 O 0 x b 0 O4 04ooeooooooo o ooooooo ooo oco o ococo Take Pillsnon DENTISTOtti Kinnainiever Dr cure by agitating the constii ion execute their natural functions ffL Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics compels and increasing doses to nlattain acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form o Malarial Bilious Remitting and Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE liversecretes Inter- mittIng r f I i