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THE CENTRAL RECORD TIIIltTEEXTlI YEJR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JUNE 26 1902 xumiY2 Items of Local Interest Wheat cutting is in full blast Cut the weeds from the side walks Only four more days and the year is half gone The watermelon crop bids fail to turn out well The automobile drew a crowd to town Saturday Jim Hamilton and mule were highly complimented The sane old cry of short wheat crop is being heard You hear it ry year a drunken man in town circus day The tigers were shut as tight as beeswax The nights so farhave been delight ful but several days would scorch a feather sure Another batch of negroes left on Sundays excursion Let the good work proceed The Richmond Elks Fair is talked of on all hands The best horses in the land will be there Xo 4 ran over and killed a man at Paris Friday morning He threw in front of the train The report that Sells Bros show was heading this way is not true They are in the far West A crop of weeds in front of a dwell ing shows the owner to be a man of great push and enterprise nit Few drunks on Monday The Far ris law is having a good effect The hoodlum element had to go dry Policeman Mat Siler delivered John Royce the deserter to the at Fort Thomas and coppered a good reward You cant find a better officer than Mat Glorious fourth A grand Fourth of July celebration will be given on Joliy Ridge eight miles vurfP f Richmond and THE to say the big pot will be put in the little one Good speakers good music and a good time insured all Be there County Court Nothing of importance was done in the county court Monday save the pro bation of the will of Mrs Margaret Gill She names her father Squire W II Kinnaird as administrator and the estate divided among the children save 300 given toward building the Presbyterian parsonage Not himself I l I I his ever v r authorities J- U RECOi jested I An Ideal i DressBoot j Buy a ticket on the automobile See any Elk Blackberries will be plentiful and the jam boys are happy The pay car known among railroad men as the bread wagon passed over the Rowland branch Tuesday Rev R M Campbell began a pro tracted meeting at Herrings last night and will continue through the week Services every night Gilberts Creel Robbery The post office at Gilberts Creek was robbed Monday night the thieves getting away with 40 in money and 635 in stamps No clew yet Some Good Music The Southern Military Band of Crab Orchard passed through town Sunday and favored our people with a few selections They had been playing an engagement at The boys have been working hard and have things down to a line point Dentil of Noble Man The death of Stanton B Hume which occurred in Colorado last week was a shock to the many friends that excellent young gentleman Lancaster Tan ITume was a bighearted liberal wholesouled gentleman and his death is deeply re gretted by all who knew him He was a son of the late AVS Hume of Silver Creek and had resided in Richmond for the past few years The remains were brought to the latter city for burial In Good Shape A RECORD man had the pleasure of a visit to the Crab Orchard Fair grounds Sunday One of the prettiest tracks we ever saw has been made it being kiteshaped and can be seen from any part of the grounds The ampitheatre will be made against a big hill and furnishes a splendid view of the entire track There is an of shade and the grounds can not be surpassed anywhere Liberal premiums are hung up and a splendid show of stock will be on hand Re member the dates July 23 24 and 25 See big ad elsewhere in this issue To the Democrats ot the 13th Judicial District I desire to announce myself a candi date for reelection to the otlice of Commonwealths attorney of this dis trict In the past I have endeavored to faithfully discharge my duties as your servant and if in your judgment deserving of reelection I shall greatly appreciate an endorsement at your hands promising you that should 1 be so fortunate as to be elected that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the ollice Yours respectfully J S Owsley JK schoolhouse Wallaceton f herein I am o abundance t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t I FREE CONTEST AVc will give a pair of Queen or King Quality Shoes or Slippers FREE OF CHARGE to the Girl Boy Lady or Gentleman who can write the words QUEEN QUALITY the most times on a postal card Conditions that postal card must be regular size 3 by inches and must be sent through the mail to us and must be signed by contestant giving Post Office address and date and must be in our office not later than July 15th Anyone may write as many postal cards as choose We sell QUEEN QUALITY Shoes and Slippers for Ladies KING QUALITY Shoes for men Our stock of Footwear is complete in all grades and PRICES REASONABLE I f t tt i are then t 5 Ii i they t Kibo t Patent t Kea t I t KIBO PATENT KID Exact Reproduction of this Style Shoe Exact of this Style Shoe J LANCASTER KY i UJU i i i i t to i iU tUl p i I Reproduction t I CTHECLOOANXDRYXCOODSXJ- r r t rt f Rev A R Moore will preach at Hubble Sunday afternoon a 3 oclock Temperance Lecture Rev A R Moore will deliver a tem perance lecture at New Antioch Tues July 1 lIe will speak on the same subject at Gunns Chapel July 4 try Another Plan While THE RECORD is heartily in favor of any plan adopted by the good women to assist in church work we must say the court day dinners served work a hardship on the hotels and that is not exactly right Of course the people patronize thedinners in order to help the church but this takes that much away from the hotels and restaurant For some years we were without a flirstclass restaurant and for a much longer period the hotel facilities were not large enough to ac commodate visitors to our city These institutions pay large sums to employ ees in factspend all they take in with home people and to detract from them on the days when they can do pretty well is not right and should be abandoned A Mistaken Idea The report that the Richmond Elks Fair will be a street fair is entirely without foundation The Elks have secured the CentralUuiversity grounds and campus upon which has been made one of the best tracks and best grand stands in Kentucky The for all classes of stock are high er than ever offered and this you know will bring the very best stock in the country Bighearted Matt S Cohen was a leader in arranging the premium list and this insures one that will do to tie to He is one of the best horsemen in Kentucky and knows what it takes to bring the stock In addition to the stock exhi tion there will be a Midway with all the best shows to be had the flying dutchman cane racks and many oth er amusements Another good is that the admission fee will only be a quarter We will have some in a few days and will take pleasure in giving them out The lUnMcal Contest The largest audience in the history of the opeia house witnessed and the Vocal Contest Tuesday evening The music was excellent and so well was each selection rendered that it would be folly to attempt special mention During the evening the song picture Lead KindlvLight was rendered by Misses Thompson and Hemphill of Lancaster a reading by Mrs Walter Beazley of Lancaster The Wreck of Pocahontas presented by four Beautiful Stanford ladies Mis ses Mary B McRoberts Sue Taylor Engleman Virginia Bourne and Mary Higgins Those who participated in the Vocal Contest were Misses May Willie Bonta Lexington Helen Lucile Sumerell Danville Lilly May Moseley Nicholasville Minnie Dykes Rich mond Elizabeth Williams Gonzella Byrnes Selma Alabama Lula Smith Somerset Lillie B Leavell Reading Mae Robinson Bryantsville Cora Ward Lancaster Jennie Lynn Stanford Mary Helen VanArsdale Harrodsbug At the con clusion of the program the judges re tired and soon decided that Miss Lillie B Leavell of Bryantsville was en titled to first and Miss Gonzella Byrnes to second prizes Miss Smith Still Leads With lulu Bradley a Close Second The official count in the contest for Queen of the Elks Fair and Carnival which took place yesterday showed no change in the lead Miss Katie Smith of this city still leads with 308 votes Miss Lancasters fair for the honor remains in second placealthough her supporters by their loyal work have brought her closer to first place which it is their evident in tention thai she shall have Only eighteen votes now separate first and second place and a strong race with a neck and neck finish is promised The race is just started and there is yet time for a dark horse to win The re sult is never certain until the wire is passed But who will be Queen of the Floral Parade See the count below and boost your favorite Ballots 5 cents Register Katie Smith 368 Christine Bradley 350 Florrie Chenault 288 Mary Collins 100 Carlisle Chenault 68 Sue Hume 65 Sallie White 51 Nancy Royce 31 Sue Deatherage 26 Carlisle Walker 23 Bessie Lackey 22 Berthenia McCord 17 Mattie C Smith 15 Mary Shackelford 14 Anne Bennett 7 Emily Chenault 2 The Lancaster boys have as stated last issue placed Miss Christine Brad ley in nomination and many votes have been cast for her There is a mistaken idea that none but Elks can vote It is not so as anyone can vote as many ballots as he chooses They are five cents each and if you want to help Lancasters entry win the honor see Louis Brarion BeazTey or any of the Elks residing here you can have all the tickets you wish If you reside out of town and want to see your old home town win send 125 and an entire book 25 tickets will be placed In the box day premiums feature catalogues London Bryantsville Bradley eachRichmond Landram restaurant enjoyed candidate Misses and I w Miss Maude Pope Won The elocutionary contest given by Saufley and Alverson at Waltons ope ra house Stanford was won by Miss Maude Pope of Boyle with Miss Kay Sallee of Harrordsburg second Dr IttcKcon Wilt Danville will of the late Dr J L McKee was probated yesterday Dr McKees property was devised to his widow Mrs Sarah II McKee who was by its provisions made administratrix Sunday Subject Services at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours Preaching by the pastor Morning subject Praying Amiss Evening theme The Cast Down Soul All are invited Jolly Old Soldiers Eighteen or twenty old soldiers who wore the gray met at the iron bridge last week and had a jolly good time A splendid good dinner was enjoyed old times were gone over and many funny stories told on one another It was decided to hold another meeting later in the summer when all the old Confederates in adjoining counties will be invited Several of the boys who wore the blue were on hand as guests last week A Severe Drouth While citizens in town and county are complaining of the drouth thdre is another class of people suffering It is the gang of fellows who like a glass of cool beer or a nip of old bourbon The has knocked the props from under the tigers and as one fellow said The 3hute is as dry as a bone and all the boys are coughing dust The Farris stem winder and will do lots toward stopping the sale of John Barleycorn Garrard County A great many of our people attend ed the contest at Stanford Friday eve ning and were delighted with the entertainment The contestants were among the best to be found in central Kentucky and it was of NIp and Tuck from start to finish The first prize was won by Miss Lillie B Leavell of Garrard county and many were the congratulations showered upon the fair young lady She is a speaker of unusual ability and an excellent and sweet little lady To Telephone User When calling for a number dont engage the operator in conversation She may have several others waiting to be answered and if she stops to gas with you the other people begin to fume and swear Call for the number you want then close your head We saw this illustrated in the office the other day and you would be surprised to see how much time it takes to tell every caller good morning Yes its hot Im quite well thank you and ten thousand other such silly questions Call your number and dry up till the one you want answers Hot After Them Attorney Lewis L Walker returned Thursday from Indianapolis A spec ial from that city says Mr Walker as attorney for the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the suit for damages against Gins Co publishers in the Garrard Circuit Court has secured strong evidence against the company there The company is under bond to sell books as cheaply in Kentucky as anywhere It is selling Montgom erys American History in Kentucky for 1 a volume Indiana students get the book for sixtyfive cents Mr Walker secured complete evidence of this condition While there he consulted State Superintendent of Public Instruction Frank Jones the proper means to secure satisfactory evidence There is a slight difference between the edition used in Kentucky and that used in Indiana The old soldiers in objected to certain paragraphs regarding the Civil War and these were cut from the edition in use in that State The book company may fall back on this technicality and claim that the two books are not the same The suit is for 10000 damages on the bond Extensive Improvements THE RECORD office ever on the alert to please its customers has just re ceived 150 worth of new type All the latest and most popular styles are now in our office and we defy any one to turn out a better class of work We recently put in another new Gor den jobber which gives us three of the best presses money can bay When any traveling Filipino tells you he is better prepared to do your work than this office can do it please tell him that Louis Landram says he is a liar Honest competition is all right but when it comes to undermining under handed methods then count us out We dont nag at merchants lawyers or other business men for work nor do we say we will do It cheaper than others but we claim to turn out as good as can be had anywhere and at prices that are reasonable If you want something for nothing go to the Cheap John for it We appreciate the patronage of our friends and will give them value received but we dont to hoodoo around pIe for work If you want to patron ize us we thank you for it but if you want to go elsewhere we think none the less of you provided mind you that you take your axe to the same place to have it ground NewsThe more Farris law is a Wins regarding probably lair propose and worry pee t- f l- i a 1etF Good Clean Show A big crowd came to see Sun Bros circus While not a very large one yet it was far above the average in many respects The band was good and most of the performers exceed j ingly tine Pleasant Occasion The opening ball at Crab Orchard Springs was a great success in every respect Manager Willis spared no pains to make the event enjoyable for all Wherleys band of Louisville furnished the music There are about 150 guests there now Attracted Much Attention The automobile which the Elks will raffle at the big Fair in Richmond Ju ly 1419 was in town Saturday and a great crowd Mr John W Rock one of the cleverest of gentle men and an enthusiastic Elk was in charge and took great pleasure in ex hibiting the machine A number of people were given a drive among them a number of young ladies As stated in last issue the chances on the machine ar fifty cents each and an absolutely fair drawing will be had Call at THE RECORD office and take a chance The automibile of the best make One provision of the Farris tiger law is that which prevents the giving or loaning of a drink of whisky You would be surprised at the number of men who are pretty respectable fel lows too who go in and humping up though in great misery ask the to please give them a drinkThese men are perfectly able to buy whisky but they are too infernal stingy so go in and beat the druggist The amount of liquor given away in this manner is surprising and to stop it will be good for the druggist Of course the dont mind it in many instances but it is not right If you want to tank up pay for the booze Observe Our New Bonnet We presume you have noticed our new heading in this issue It appears somewhat small the very latest in style The old head has been very faithful having done service for years We have also installed several heads over the different de partments which we believe you will like Now doubtless many will say what we need is a new head to do the thinking for this establishment Well this may be true but as we have a standing offer to turn the paper over to any of the wiseacres who think they can run it we dont feel that we are altogether thrusting ourselves on a suffering public attracted cost700and- is Good for Druggists druggist butis latter several Among those who took a ride in automobile was Squire W H He enjoyed it very much and compli mented the boys on their pluck making the investment Will Preach at Buckeye Rev J I Wills will preach at Buck eye next Sunday morning at eleven oclock and give a free lecture on Vo cal Music at eight oclock at night Everybody invited make Em Connect If the City Council can devise ways and means to make the Bell company connect with the local exchange they will do a great favor for a suffering public Its a great nuisance to have to quit work and waltz across town to answer a call that could be sent into your place of business Good Court Day A big crowd was in town Monday that is they were here part of the day most of them hurrying home at ter attending to business There are few men who come in to hang around all day nearly all attending to what they came for and then making tracks for home Business was fairly good the stock sales being reported else where in this issue An Interesting Man Rev C II Goodman who has opened a paint shop just below THE RECORD office in this city is perhaps the old est ordained minister in was born in London England in 1826 became a member of the church in 1838 was ordained in the Baptist church in 1844 was twelve years on the mission work seven years on the battle field and is now working at his trade that of painting in his seventy seventh year Has Wide Reputation Garrard has a young man who is winning fame far and near as an art ist We refer to our friend Mr Clay Sutton the bighearted gentleman who has made a number of character sketches for THE RECORD Mr Sut ton has done much work for the papers and magazines and has had a number of flattering offers He does not like notoriety and every time he makes a sketch for us is particular to ask that no taffy be given him The drawing of Jim Ham ilton used in last issue has attracted so much favorable comment that we must tell our readers the name of the artist Mr Sutton draws these from memory and never has to take a sec ond look at a man to draw the face perfectly They are made in India ink and the cuts cast by the Tinslev Engraving Co of Louisville Kentucky- He i eastern REFRIGERATORS COOLERS nfl CREAM FREEZERS I s tICE CLAUS ICE PICKS 0 ICE TONGS ICE CREAM SERVES 0 0See our line and get our prices J R HaseWen V ICE BOXES g o 9 ICE 0 06A 00 0 o o o o o o p- R SHAES A 0 o g g 0- o FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0 s 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward J A BEAZLEY CO t o f OOOrJ0000000000000 0JY o 0 I Wear Cool I mmmnrnrmnrnrnrmnrnrmmmnrmmm mmnrmnrmmmmmmmmmmmmmr We have just received a new line of Negligee Shirts and Shirt Waists the very latest patterns on the market Call and see them We are showing swell lines in Mens Hosiery and Neckwear See our Hot Weather Suits in Crashes and Flannels they are cool and just what you need this hot weather We also have a nice unlined Serge Coats and Vests in black and blues Ifyou feel hot and uncomfortable call on us and we will put clothes on you that will make you cool and keep you cool E 3E E 5 E E line of E a 5 r r 4 1t y 4 i The One Price o Clothier and Furnisher jv B T Lc c D gaD E t Jjji iUUWlUI UlI4i UIUAjiiU WWUlUlUWWlUlUi I I r r s a t r 0 0 t IiI 407000 0O0C 0 0J000 0 JO4 10 1 l 0 1oiiey ilSave When you come to town dont rail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and of SUR RIPS PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAR WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of 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 Boms Ilniore v o 2 0 0 0 o bestselection 0 o 0 0 0 0 o mJ rnfrlJrn r frIJ rn mJi 0 Wagon Q 0A0p a0p o 0 004 70000C 0000000000400 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky June 2G 1902 Down at Paris Ky the other a crowd of people congregated on a railroad bridge to watch the recovery of a mans body As the bridge was erected for the use ol trains of course one came along and before it could be stopped several persons were hustled into the muddy stream below A war rant was at once sworn out charging the engineer withassaulting with in tent to kill All that is necessary now is to get the case before a jury and the company will be made to pay heavy damages Notwithstanding the fact that railroads are private property over which no one has to trespass and the further fact that the officials keep warning signs posted everwhere yet when some one deliberately places himself in dan ger the company is made to pay dam ages Railroads in Kentucky stand about as much chance for fair would a clawless cat in perdition TIlE Springfield Republican says that when the Ohio Legislature ad journed the members of the House at the last session were so generally un der the influence of liquor that the speaker had to cut short the proceed ings on his own responsibility And the members going out on the streets of Columbus made night hideous for the residents We call the attention of those papers which have so many funny remarks to make on Ken tucky and its whisky drinking to the fact that this was a Northern MANY husbands who provide in their wills against the marriage of their widows are not led thereto by jealousy They simply want to keep their property from being squandered by some shiftless fellow their widows may choose for a second mate truth fully says the Lexington Democrat The provision in a St Louis mans will that his widow shall iot marry any man with less than 2000 wise one Men who seek widows for wives generally have an eye to windward Reports say the engineer arrested at Paris last week was charged with as saulting with intent to kill with a deadly weapon towit a railroad The law ought to prohibit the carrying of railroad engines and require officers to search every character to see if he has an concealed about his person The carrying of such things is a wrong WIZEN you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth go at once and get a bottle of Dr Killems pellets reads a patent medicine This may work in some cases but we always found a good swig of the hair of the dog the best remedy for that bad taste UP in the Tenth District the pro hibitionists have nominated a blind tiddler for Congress If he gets to mixing with the boys its a safe bet lie will see snakes before the close of the campaign THERE sitting members in the national house of From the small amount of good being accomplished they must be sitting on door knobs A METHODIST minister was at Seoul Korea the other day The Methodists never did take to water Ready 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 woupds Accept no counter feits 1m if t t I day playas legislature isa engine suspicious engine advertisement are 356 representatives drowned 1 aright p New Loa Now KUVcltvc The State Auditor is sending out circular letters to the Circuit and County Court ollicials of the State calling their to the act of the General Assembly making it un lawful for any officer holding having courts or Sheriffs or Constables serv ing warrants and other process in trials to be allowed any claim in a felony charge until the grand jury has indicted The act was passed by the Assemblyon recommendation of the Governor and Auditor and it is estimated will save the State GO 000 annually It will be rigidly by the Auditor Sonic New Lags Most of the laws passed by the late legislature became operative last County Clerk Doty has re ceived from the State Librarian a complete copy of the acts of the legislature in which are found the following The local option law commonly called the Farris bill which makes it unlawful for any person sell lend give procure for or furnish to another spirituous vinous or malt liquors or to have in ones possession for the purpose of selling such liquors The line is not less than 5Q or more than for each offense or less than 10 or more 50 days imprisonment The enactment against child labor which also takes effect provides that no child under 14 years of age shall be employed in any workshop factory or mine except with the consent of the guardian or parents and is punishable by a fine of not iess than 25 or more than 8250 The grand jury is given inquisitorial powers with regard to the infraction of this law An for the protection of birds was also passed and it is now a to have in ones possession any bird dead or alive or nest or eggs other than game birds or the nests or eggs of game birds The penalty is a tine ot 5 for each infraction of the law This law is for the protection not only of game birds but birds which are hunted for their plumage The Crops CourierJournal Because corn has been held back from market by people who believe in higher prices many have thought the earlier estimates of the Agricultural Department as to the shortage were correct not the figures of last week Be that as it may there has been a demand insufficient to clean up the highpriced stocks and now offers of cash grain are coming from Illinois and the other States which have been refusing to sell hitherto Correspond ents of the grain merchants located in the Corn Belt are advising their prin cipals also that a very large acreage of both corn and oats has been put out and that the plants are up and well In consequence there is now likely to be a free movement of the longhoarded grain even if a con siderable sacrifice in price should be involved and this will throw a clear er light upon the real size of the crop The cereal crops are not made yet with the exception of the Southwes tern wheat crop but certainly a mag nificent start has been made with corn and oats The prices of these grains are so high that the largest acreage ever known has been put out and the weather so far has been favorable to the young growth Time there is in plenty for unfavorable weather to cut down the yield again but two short crops in succession have never been known It is to be hoped not at least With an average wheat crop to be ex pected and with more far more than average crops of the other cereals and also of cotton the United StateS should be in good shape to feed and clothe the world again this year Big Trip West The fortyfirst annual convention of the National Educational Association meets in Minneapolis Minn July 7 11 The trip is a very attractive one arid those desiring to take it can do a small expense Address W T St Clair care Louisville Male High School and he will furnish ll desired information attention recent t 100 enactment misdemeanor revised altogether examining enforced Wednesday looking sat o TIf All Conic SJafU So many have said theres no mon ey in Lancaster moved and then moved back in our midst that the following from the Paris Nowsis of interest A Kentucky man who though to better his condition in Da kota tried it a while and after a year the following was found painted on the side of his Dakota residence Four miles from a neighbor sixteen miles from a postollice twentylive miles from a railroad fourteen miles from a school house fortyone miles from a church one hundred and miles from timber two hundred miles from a Democrat half a mile from water and a quarter of a mile from Sheol and the same from a Re publican God bless our home Gone to Kentucky which is Gods country to get a fresh start How to be Miserable A philosopher offers the following excellent rules for those who yearn to be miserable and to make others equal ly unhappy If you wish to be miserable sit down and imagine you are worse off than any one else Compare your circumstances in life with those of your wealthy neighbor and wish you were in his place Dont thank any one who does you a kind deed but blame him for not doing more If there are any poor and suffering about you dont lift a linger to help them but let some one else look after themGrumble about the weather and think you could make it better Never speak a kind word to a child but forget that you were one yourself Dont give to any charitable object but save all your money you may need it some time Never smile if you can help it but frown on every one you meet Dont feel obliged to work but con cider that the world owes you a liv ingChoose for your associates those who are as near like yourself as possible and see how much sunshine you can keep out of other peoples lives If you follow strictly all these rules you will surely be miserable yourself and help to make other people so Suckers are Plentiful There was probably never a time in the history of the State when there were so many fakirs wandering around trying to swindle farmers and other people out of their eyeteeth or else of value says the Ilodgcn ville IIerald You can scarcely pick up an exchange but what you read of this man or that buying a gold brick of the most pronounced type It is one game this time and a new one the next time Each fellow teaches a new trick and you cant learn them all without going busted People are in clined to do their dealings with fur reners They will send their money off to a mail order house or give it to a fakir wandering over the country when the goods could be bought for less money right at home In one case you have the word of your home dealer and you know he will make matters right In the other case you have the slick sugarcoated promise of a stranger whom you never see again and who never wants to see you Home merchants are compelled to sell the bestgoods because their honor and reputation are at stake Mail houses sell seconds of all goods and the purchaser is sometimes glad to get anything and never complains when he fails to fired a scarcity of kinship or complexion between the sample or and the goods itself Its human nature and until human changes home merchants will be deprived of trade that belongs to them and the general public will be hard up for the benefit of the dear people in other States An Old Lancaster Boy lion Hugh L Mason of Chicago mention of whose visit is made in column is one of the many Lancaster boys who never forget the old home and who are delighted of an opportunity to make a visit to the scenes of childoood chat with friends of boyhood days and spend a away order description nature another eighty anything same C time going over old times in Mr Mason located in the Windy City some years ago and now stands among the leading attorneys of that thriving town He is a man of intellect kind hearted and possess ed of that ready wit so characteristic of his family Mr Mason is one of the few people who never forget the old home and friendships made in days gone by For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach liver Tablets They cleanse stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting quick and went by R E McRoberts druggist lin a I Lancaster unusual he a perm FOrsale itr t s Out in theCounty A Budget ol News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters BRYANTS VILLE i Our pastor Rev Jackson filled his ppointment at Mt Zion last Sunday Rev Deering will fill the pulpit at the Methodist church here next Sun day Mrs Eliza Coghill of Willmore spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr and Mrs Armstrong Mr and Mrs Reeves of Harrodsburg spent and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Schenroth Miss Maggie Hackley who is visiting relatives near here called on Miss Mattie May Jenkins Saturday afternoon Miss Mattie has been quite sick but is improving rapidly and will soon be able to be out again Mrs John Ballard and little daughter visited her sister Mrs J X Dunn Monday Mrs Hallie Deatherage and children from Richmond are the guests of her mother Mrs Welch Mr and Mrs J D Barber of Penn Yan If Y are guests of Mr and Mrs S S Dickerman BOURNE Mr Thomas Turner sold a nice horse last week for 75 Mr Joe Pope and wife of Flatwoo 3s visited relatives here Sunday Mr Lish Forbes and wife of McCreary spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr John Jackson and family Messrs Joe and John Turner of Hyattsville were visitors here Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Allan Ray who has been quite ill for the past week is re ported much improved Mr James Jackson and wife of Buckeye were the guests of Mr J E Shearer and family Sunday Mr Robert Clark and Miss Bernice Ross of Buckeye visited Miss Lucile Turner Sunday A number of our young folks spent an enjoyable day fishing at Dix River Saturday Miss marie Thomas of Lancaster is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jonah MarseeMr Hayes Rains called on his best girl Sunday Miss Lissie Ranes of Barbourville is the guest of her cousins Misses Lucille and Rovesta Turner Miss Loa Dun can visited Miss Bertna Ham Sunday Mr from an extended visit with relatives in Middlesboro Mr Tommie Turner has returned home from Danville where he has been attending college Rev Noah Smith has traded his farm for a farm in Bell county J F Cook sold to J L McCarley 19 lambs for S525 a hundred There will be prayer meeting at Mrs Florence Cormneys Wednesday night W II Furr sold to McCarley 24 lambs that averaged 77 lbs for 550 a hundred There will be preaching atLawsons Chapel the first Sunday in July by the pastor Rev Hobbs J C Fox had another valuable mule to die a few days ago which makes three that he has lost this spring Hugh Ball and wife visited at Arthur Balls Sunday Miss Myrtle Cormney and brother visited at R C Boians Saturday night and attended the Chil drens day at Cartersville Sunday STONE Dont forget the fishing party Sat urday evening Mr E Dean sold to Mr Rubles a bunch of hogs for 40 Mr Frank Folger sold to Calvin Bruner four heifers for 92 J W Sanders bought six heifers for G50 also bought three hogs at 575 per hundred Messrs John Sanders and H T Greene and Misses Pearl and Sanders attended the commencement at K U Bible College at Lexington last week Miss Bessie Pierce of Buckeye visited her cousin Beatrice Sanders from Friday until Sunday Mrs M A Sanders visited her sister Mrs Mattie Roberts last week Miss Carrie Sanders is spending a week with her cousins Messers Sanders WALLACETON J A Baker sold to W 0 Anderson a load of corn at 3 per barrel Frank Taylor bought a Gyearold mare from Walker Todd for 35 Wm Fitzpatrick had 37 fine South down ewes and lambs killed by on the 13th inst A large number from here attended Childrens Day exercises at Carters vine Sunday and report an excellent timeBro W D Smith will conduct a meeting especially for children at the M E church here next Sunday at 11 oclock Come and bring all the you can find Miss Clara Bowlin is visiting friends at Orlando this week Miss Mary Bakar has mouea to Berea where she has accepted the position of Matron of Gilbert Cottage John L Wylie has a sow from which he has already sold 500 worth of hogs He has now on hands 10 more hogs from her already engaged at 6 per hundred pounds and which he thinks he will make weigh 350 pounds a piece by the time for delivering them also 11 shoats that will weigh about 100 pounds each He says the sow seems to be just now her best and is not at all disposed to be mean or I 1 h III 4 Saturday Wm Rains returned last week L lightning children at 4t Nt FLAT WOODS Jas Jew rouge y ell Ish a S Mr Jerry Higgins sold a mi Ik cow for 30 The automobile passed through our city Mr Ilcnse Burke is cutting the ear liest wheatin this vicinity There will be Childrens Day at Fairview church the first Sunday in July under the management of Mr Jessie Dunn There will also be a dinner served Miss Thompson of ATersailles has been the guest of the Misses Wallace A little son came to the home of Mr Thomp Ramsay last week named Joseph Cabell Miss Alice Render son of Lancaster has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Ernest Woods Quite a delightful picnic was given in her honor at Cartersville Quite a number from here attended Childrens Day at Carters Chapel Sunday and report a large crowd and an excellent dinner Miss Estelle Walker has returned home from Mississippi where she has been teaching Miss Majgaret Walker has returned from Belwood Seminary where she has been school Miss Frankye Doty has returned home from a visit to friends near Danville McCREARV J B Sanders bought of J H Posey 30 hogs at Gf c- Hill Broaddus bought in the 75 hogs for 5c Will Raney bought of John Lackey cow and calf at 3750 John Hill bought of Steve Walker a mare and mule colt for 130 W 0 Nearer bought of Jim Hard ick a sow and 1 pigs for 15 Sanders Walker bought of various parties car load of hogs at G to G cts Quite a good crowd attended at this place Sunday After Bro Moore organized a Endeavor Society We trust much good will be accomplished by it Mrs P G Warner is on the sick list Miss Rozella Gulley and Mr Lundley visited here last week Mrs George Saddler gave a party to her sisters last Saturday evening The young people report a fine time MARKSBURY Miss Minnie Royston sold to John Wood a good buggy mare for 7500 A D Hughes sold a bunch lambs at 5c to B F and C A Robinson Cyrus Daly sold some to same party averaging 90 Ibs Rev Mahoney of Stanford at the Fork church Sunday morn ing and evening in the absence of the pastor Rev Stallings who delivered his farewell sermon at Bradfordsville Master Carroll Krichbraum and lit Miss Cook of spending several weeks at J W Miss Sue Sutton was a visitor at Crab Orchard Springs Sun day Mrs N H Bogie has as her quest this week Miss Jennie Powell a charming graduate Col lege Danville Miss West of If ich olasville is the guest of Mrs Sparks Mr and Mrs A J Chester of Dan vine are spending several days with their parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Madams Sarah Bright and Lizzie Rice of Stanford were entertained at J W Simpsons Wednesday Mad banks at Hubble PREACHERSVILLE J P Rogers bought 3 heifers for 26 Mrs Jones Anderson is able to again W II Brown sold 70 hogs to S for Gc J L Pettus sold a steer to J L Mc Carley for 3GO per hundred- J M Cress sold some hogs to J J Thompson for 61c Mrs Payne sold 5 pigs to Mrs Dan iels for 2 per head J P Ballard bought a nice mule from J M Cross for 90 W P Green bought about 20 yearl ing steers from J M Roberts for 15 per head W M C and J B Hutchins bought of John Rigsby his house and lot here for 125 Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson and Miss Hallie Brown were vis iting Mrs Brown at Stanford last week and attended the contest Mrs Geo King was visiting Mrs John Cress last week Mr and Mrs Cummins of Stanford were visiting their home folk Sunday Walter Pettus was visiting his sister Pettus at Stanford Monday Misses Nellie and Cornelia Hobbs Eliza Spoonamore and several others Irom this place ChildrensDay at Cartersville Sunday and report a fine time John Anderson has been clerking for J L Hutchins and he says he is having a fine time with the gals Miss Lillie Garner of Cedar Creek one of Lincoln countys most beautiful young ladies is visiting her sister Mrs Dave Thompson and Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson A J Thompson has gone to Mt Vernon on business this week Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile India tem pies but is a body thatspoi luted by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your system with Dr Kings Life Pills and avoid un told misery They give lively livers active bowels good digestion flue ap petite Only 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and drugstore Paint Lick 1m I lastweek basket mountains preaching services of 80 lb preached tie Ani teal Stanford- are s of Caldwell Bogiedined I Dr J F Mrs Jas attendedthe worse New Fish 4 i I 1IANSE attending S 8 C 1 Christian N1 bout Morgan yet Cos 3 4 tr e J r r 1 Tile has arrivef fr S Painting and Papering 2 season Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I S C i 3 Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store P A We 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 v rv 0 T i 2- O io 0o 0 0G0G0G0G0G0G0G0C0 4a0 N O OO OGOGO 0- Q 0 f 0 0 p House Paint Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish 3 10 0 o 0 Q 0 0 r I PAPERS I we have ever shown J S Hanlsomest line of WALL Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain o 0 0 2 o 0 Q A We X have I all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison O O O They temporarily lire conationjwairrang the bowels but regular action cannot secretes enough bile to mlle execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics jPa compels continual and increasing doses to attain felS tek fy acts on the J liver cures Chills Fever and form of i Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure a FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE 1 CRAB ORCHAR AND Wednesday Thursday Friday July 23 24 Prettiest Grounds in Kentucky New Ampitheatre Splendid Show of Stock Races Every Day Write for Catalogue A W BUCHANAN Sec v v 0 0 FRiSBi 6 0 0 s TJ proJ on I JJ 1 p W f 0 V 5 0 I t 1 f wB 001 flU i1 I 8 J every t Racing Association 25 N 0 0 V 0 ES QDRUG STORE o ococ Coco o Cooo o A liver h i El 1 rand D IIMri 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 C The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy 5 ply seam Sold by uptodate merchants 2 samples sent prepaid for 25 cents They equal any quarter collar made Merchants should write for our I9O2 offer everywhere- or t15 i r i i to the Beginning July 1St with every 100 paid for inerchiindise at my store I will give a ballot on which to vote what Farmer shall receive this wagon The ballots will be deposited in a locked ballot box this box will be opened once each week and the votes counted by a special committee of well known men The vote will be published in this space each week so that you can know your candidates chances The vote will close Dec 24 1902 The wagon will be presented Xmas day to the Farmer having most votes For particulars see O c Jt J 5 iia t A Stu BDaker Farm WORTH CIVEN FREE Most Po in Garr rn I l Baj B6750 pulai Farr n F i y I F 4s Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Will Price of Danville was here FridayMiss Elizabeth Tones of Danville is with Miss Mary Doty Miss Christine Bradley has been vis icing relatives in Stanford Miss Nary Burnsile entertained a few friends Thursday evening Mrs Tribble of Richmond is her son Mr Shelby Tribble Miss Alleen Hudson of Danville is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Miss Carrie Eolden of Bryantsville is the guest of Miss Louise Farris Dr Benton Ashley is at home with his parents Mr and Mrs Silas Ashley Miss Kate Walker of Lexington is visiting her neice Mrs R A Burn sideMr and Mrs W K Shugars visited relatives Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Tomlinson of BetmaVis tn has been visiting Miss Margaret TomlinsonMiss Ann Stephens of Dan ville is visiting her mother Mrs Breathitt Brown Miss Willie Belle Burnside has re turned from a pleasant visit to rela tives in Lebanon Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Sue Sutton vis ited Crab Orchard Sunday Mr W W Kemper of Muncie Ind will reach here next Monday to be the guest of Miss Altie Marksbury Lexington Democrat Miss Lettie Brown who has been ill for two weeks at her home in the country is Miss Mattie Beazley of Crab and mother Mrs Alex Beazley have been with Dr W S Beaxley and family for a few days Mt Vernon Wolford and wife were the guests of Mr and Mrs W L Richards Friday night The Lancaster Theologian preached a very tine discourse at the Christian church while here Col DR Collier and deputy Collector W T Short were here Monday Stanford Saullej of this ollice was taken with a severe cramping spell last night and for a while was in a dangerous condition He is o K now we are glad to re I The only Freezer that will freeze fruit T Will freeze Cream in j half the time the White f Mountain or any other freezer with one half 4 the ice T The best freezer made i For Sale by tlUI Ballon Son eh A 1 visiting at McKinney improving Orchard SignalThe Rev J E JournalRowan rv Peerless Iceland Freezer Jj t I I t i 4 L 1 i I 1 61 n I 1 r ii t r port Margaret and Pauline Iloekcr of Stanford arc with their grandparents Air and Mrs A E Den ny in Garrard Sherley Hudson is visiting friends in Silver Creek Miss Bessie Batson is visiting friends in Ml Sterling Mr W n Pope was a visitor in Crab Orchard Sunday Ed Walton of theStanford Journal was here Monday Mrs E L Yantis of Winchester is visiting Miss Annie Yantis Miss Lillian Bybee of Richmond is visiting friends in this city Miss Elizabeth Grimes is visiting friends in Lexington this week Judge R A Burnside made a busi ness trip to Louisville yesterday Miss Margaret Hackley of George town visited relatives here Monday Miss Florence Harris left Monday for a visit to relatives in Louisville Edgar Ward gave a very enjoyable party to his little friends Friday Judge A W Buchanan secretary of the Crab Orchard fair was in town MondayMiss Secrest of Kirksville has been the guest of Miss Tommie FrancisMrs Gaines of Danville is visiting her parents Mr Theo Currey and wife Mr and Mrs Louis Doty and baby of Stanford visited the family of Mr Alex Doty Mr Hugh Mason and wife of Chica go are visiting his mother Mrs Eliza beth Mason Mrs George Robinson and children of Lincoln have been visiting Mrs Dorcas Walker Messrs II T Logan J M Farra Dave Ross and Louis Landram spent Sunday in Crab Orchard Mrs Ellie Bettis dauchters Lizzie and Martha of Lexington are visit ing relatives here Messrs Alex Denny and Harry Fran cis were here Saturday to help show the Automobile- Mr 0 W Shugars and sisters Misses Maggie and Bess visited Crab Orch ard Springs a few days Misses Annie and Ethel Walter of Gilberts Creek are visiting Miss Lee Stone and Fannie Henry The Rev James E Wolford is in Louisville this week looking after some business interests Miss Thompson of Versailles Miss Miller of Richmond are the guests of Miss Florence Burnside Misses Leavell and Merritt of Bry antsville are guests of Misses Rella and Allie Arnold Danville avenue Mrs Foley and son Barrack of have been visiting Misses Mar tilt and Sallie Tillett Danville ave nueMisses Nellie Burdett May Spinx and Cora Sparks have returned to their homes after a pleasant visit to Mrs Eliza Eason Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson and Miss Porter Scott Hudson have returned from a pleasant visit to in Lexington Miss Amanda Anderson is in Lex ington attending Chantanqua and the State Teachers Association which convenes there this week Miss Annie Beahr a pretty and ish young lady of Cincinnati Ohio who has been the guest of Miss Mary Grimes has returned home Hon J H Miller known all over the civilizcdand uncivilizedtoojworld as Happy Jack was in town Mon day Happy is an appropriate name for this clever gentleman He alwnysbrings suneshlne instead of a tale of woe Long lifs to Happy Jack Cynthiana Democrat Miss Jessie Haley has issued invitations for an to 6 in honor of her visitors Tevis Carpenter Eflie Nuttall and Mary Hooper The invitations limited to the young girls only Miss Hattie Robertson returns from Columbus 0 tomorrow s l Misses I I I I I I evening little relatives sty1 giverarc Lexington l Miss Ratey Henry is visiting friends in Danville Mrs Fred Stone and son are visiting relatives in Brodhead Miss Pearl Hill left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Danville Mr James Carpenter of Stanford visited Misses Rella and Allie Arnold TuesdayMiss Goodloe has returned from Alabama where she held a posi tion in the Deaf and Dumb Institute News has been received here of the leash of Mrs Sarah Cronley of Lex Wton aunt of Miss Jane and John Hopper of this city uihe engagement of Miss Bessie Dunlap of Danville a famous Ken Uickjbeauty to Mr W E Stringfel Joseph Mo has been The wedding will occur in Oiobet lue young ladies are the popular guests of Misses Rella and Al lie Arnold houseparty Misses Mae Lillie Leavell Joe Helen and WaddleMaret of Bryantsville Fannie Maeand Helen Miles and Edith Moore Danville LetcUer Sitiirgur j The the Lexington Democrat is of utcrest to the many Lancaster friends if the bride The marriage of Kiss Lyne Letcher of Henderson Ivy Mr John Spar gur of Hillsboro OhY was celebrated at 1230 oclock at kie residence of Mrs Elizabeth Hollowly on EastHigh street Dr of the First church ollitiating Only the relatives and a intimate friends were present at the ceremony but every detail of the pretty wedding was arranged with loving thoughtful ness The house was beautifully for the occasion Mantels were banked in sweet fragrant flowers and handsome plants arranged in pretty nooks made a lovely set ting for the bright beauty The cer emony was followed a beautiful luncheon after which the happy cou pie left for Michigan where they will spend their honeymoon on the lakes Lexington feels much complimented that they chose this place for their wedding ceremony and the brides many friends here wish her every She is the granddaughter of Mrs Lyne Mrs Hollo ways daughter and is a lovely young girl She has frequently visited here where she has made a number of friends The bride groom is a prominent merchant of Hillsboro and is personally very and highly esteemed Among those present the ceremony were Mrs Robt Holloway Mrs Lyne Miss Mary II olio way Mrs Bettinger Miss Anna Holloway Mrs Nannie Letcher of Henderson Miss Daisy Spargur of Ilillsboro Mr and Mrs II H Suydam of Cincinnati Dr and Mrs M H Yea man of Louisville Mrs John Spargur of Ilillsboro and ttcShelton Saufley JUST TOO CUTE Danville Friends Would YorK A ItubbltM Foot but There Many a Slip Etc The Danville papers in flaming type that Southern Railway ollicials were in that hustling little city to see about building an exten sion of the road from Burgin to Dan ville in other words extending the line which stops at Burgin on theDan ville and making latter city the terminus etc dont that jar you As the president of tho road wrote this paper the compa ny has not abandoned the proposition to build the JellicoBurgin extension but they are not to do so yet Now the good of Danville think that by flattering of fer they can get the ad built as far as their city then a matter of course when the decides to build the road they will have the thing cinched Wouldnt that take the of your shirt waist Lets look a leetle into this matter Mr Spencer the president of the Southern has given us his unqualified promise that we shall be duly inform ed when they are ready to take up that question The Danville papers said all this maresnest last week was found by young Mr Spencer of Lou isville who is superintendent of a of the Southern and Mr St John Boyle another Louisville man but who was born and rased in Dan yule and like all other Danville men thinks that city a branch heaven so to speak Well we cant see where there is an overproduction of ice cut by our Danville friends but if they should succeed in their undertaking they will blast Garrard countys hopes Brethren in the beautiful language of the poet we are onto and if your deepstudied plot works out as plotted you will find you have had a tussle with your good fribnds over here in Garrard Your uncle St John is not as cute as he fain would be Wholesale Business Mr John Dennis the hustling fruit man has blossomed into a jobber He has made arrangements with a Louis ville firm to handle bananas this plan Local merchants can save freight by buying fromhim at 1w of5t an- n f lowing and f following I I Presbyterian i w by at pUblished th rear making a r l s con any division you on wholesale unced Hattie front lad r decorated attractively happiness popular Now recently co and impressive Good Citizen Leave Dr I S Wesley who has been in this city for several years has decided to return to Liberty to locate He is a splendid physician and has a practice but thinks he can do in Liberty Dr Wesley and lucrative better his estimable wife have made many friends in Lancaster who regret to see them leave The doctor is a gentleman and his removal is quite a loss to the community While we deeply regret his going yet we wish him all success in his new field Contrast at The second annual elocution contest will be held in Nicholasville the last of July The manager desires a repre sentative from our city and the first young lady to answer will be given preference The first prize is valued at 25 the second at 85 A dance will be given in honor of the contestants Address the Jessamine News Nicho lasville Ky rue Fox Studio We desire to impress upon you the fact that the Portraits made by our modern process arc far above the aver age in fact as good as can be had examination of our scenery will convince you It is desirable that sittings be arranged by appointment We have put in a phone for the con venience of the public We would be pleased to have you make our visit Open Tuesday and Friday of each week A Koblo York The services at West Point Sunday afternoon held by the W C T U were exceedingly interesting The inmates of the alms house were brought to the school house by Mr Gulley the polite superintendent of that institution Rev Chumbley preached an excell sermon The ladies have arranged to hold services every month during the warm weather ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending June 29 th 1902 Miss Lynda Adams Robert Burdett Miss Lettie Him Miss Eliza Harris Mr William Woner If called for say advertised Wm West P M Business and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs New line of summer dimmities at Josephs y All the atFrisbies drug store Hammocks life line 100 to 500 each at Thompsons jX All carriage work done on short no tice at W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House get everything needed at store Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts If you want the pure Southern Ger man Millet get it at T Curreys Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Car load Iron Good price paid H B Northcott We make your old vehicle as good as new for a very little money W J Romans Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock food sold only by T Currey I will give the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey Eggs are high buy Chicken Food and make hens lay Sold by T Currey We make no flourish of but if you want best dry goods etc that money will buy ra us and you can get them at reasonable prices J Joseph j I anywhere Studio- a t i It It It l leadinglIag ines cleanerSn Frisbie Jose Wanted y International your trumpets splendid Nlcholar vine ug t h ti the come y tea Cut flowers on short notice from Honaker J C Thompson At the old reliable louse of T Curreys is the place io buy your groceries Age 40 years Now is the time to have your old j buggy surrey and wood wagon paint ed and repaired at W J Romans Lime For Sale Just received a car load of bulk and barrel lime II B Northcott A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leavels Pianing Mill ma15tf Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold by T Currey If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings etc go to J Joseph You will get the best We put off no old stock on you You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancuster All the shades J Joseph Our stock of slippers and shoes be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Qllotel and Livery stable at Paint Lick for rent Posession OctoberG Apply to R L Jennings Paint Lick tfWe are the people if you want the best goods for the least rrionev Our long stay in Lancaster is proof suffi cient that we deal on the square and treat all alike J Joseph Property for Sale My house and lot on Water street Lancaster is for sale Terms liberal possession January 1 1903 91902 J E Doores Dr Goldstein will be at the Gilch er house Danville Wednesday and Thursday July 2 and 3 and at house Stanford Monday and Tues day the 7th and 8th We do not shove off outofdate goods on our customers We buy at right figures and sell at a reasonable profit Thats why we have been in Lancaster so long J Joseph Well well well We are still the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shud der Come in and we will show you J Joseph GoodPayliiK Privileges President Bronaugh and Secretary Buchanan were here from Crab Orch ard Monday and asked THE REcoRD to say the privileges for the restaurant and also the hitching and feeding prix ileges at the Fair would be sold in that city next Saturday These are good paying features and the ones getting them will make big money Still In The Itliis We have been running a barber shop in Lancaster for eighteen years and 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 If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Now is the time to prepare for Spring cleaning papering painting c Milton Sneed the paper hanger and decorator will do your work cheap and neat We have the finest cheap est and prettiest line of wall paper to select from in the city including all the latest designs vjz florentines stripes and florals We will do work any where in the county Leave order at William Johnsons shoe shop or address Milton Sneed Box 65 Lancaster Ky 2203m THE FOR JULY The great world event of June the coronation of King Edward VII of England will picture scenes that have had no parallel in the lives of the pres ent generation and for this reason an article by Sir Edwin Arnold on the Coronation Festivities and a by the late Sir Walter Besant of the 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age j bLI PEaPLE I oft Good Blood is tho socrot of regulates and controls every part of the body strengthens the nerves makes the muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health elements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resulting in premature old age and disease Any derangement of the blood quickly Shows in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesome upon the body and neuralgic pains become almost constant with poor digestion and cold extremities S S S being purely vegetable is the safest and best blood purifier for people It does not shock or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies I but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily ailments disappear S S S is just such a tonic as old people need to improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach If there is aiiy heredi tarv taint or the remains of some disease contracted in life S S search it out and remove vestige of it from the system Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and help This will cost you nothing and we will mail free our book on blond and skill diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga old for it sustaining growth andrheumatic early swill every fully you c For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The value of the mules exported last year was 3210207 merican fertilizing companies arc buying up potash mines in Germany Last year 852000000 pounds of beet sugar were produced in the United company is being built up among Kansas farmers by which middle men will be eliminated so they hope The great drouth that has prevailed in parts of Australia since 3S9 has lost that country 70000000 worth of live stock Prof W H Wiley says that north ern Indiana can develop the best su gar industry to the annual value of 50000000 The red fad in the Shorthorn world is rapidly disappearing The roan color has been holding its own and merit alone and not color stands first Sheep arc dying by millions and even rabbits are starving to death in on account of the long and ex cessive drouth A Neiv York warehousing company proposes to establish 200 warehouses at points in the South and West to be used by farmers and miners for stor ing of their products The decreased receipts of lions at the six principal stock yards in the United States during May as compar ed with May 1901 was 5S2179 head This is considered remarkable and points to continued high priced hogs During the last nine months over 5000000 of horses have been shipped from the United States to South Af rica During the same time nearly 5000000 yards of cotton cloth were sent When the injunction was issued in behalf of the clamoring beef consum ers to regulate the price of cattle the top price about 7 a hundred gross It has now gone up to 750 for the best beef cattle and the injunc tion dont seem to regulate This being in locust year is spoken of by some as likely to be a hot and sickly summer As long ago as 1G33 the Indians had the superstitious that the locusts brought deadly fevers and other troubles to the There is no reason for such a beliefThere is considerable enthusiastic talk about growing and finishing hogs entirely on alfalfa and without any grain Undoubtedly alfalfa is excel lent for growing swine but the block test is to be heard from yet on the question of finishing without grain The export of live hogs has neer been large In 1897 there were 28751 head exported and in 1900 it went up to 51722 but last year fell back to 22 318 htfad These went chiefly to Can ada and Mexico for improving the breeds of these countries Our pork product exports went up in value from 112159147 in 1900 to 119901 503 last year Danville Court Yesterday was one of the dullest court days on record for Danville A very light crowd was in town and trading generally was with few sales made Only a few cattle on the market Lutes Co of Lincoln sold to Gentry Bros 14 head of 875 lb cattle at 4c Horse and mule trading was also dull News The Louisville Tobacco Market Total sales in this marke last week were 2354 hhds against 2993 lihdson corresponding week of last year To tal receipts last week 1141 hhds against 2309 hhds for corresponding week last year Rejections last week were 385 hhds 2Q of the auc tion sales against 25 per cent for week Of the total sales 12G5 buds were Burley and 1089 were dark tobacco Receipts and offerings have increased some this week There is no quotable change in Burley prices Lugs and trash are still relatively high and there is more competition and animated bidding ontbese than on any other grades The bulk of the offerings have been on the lowergrades as usual Quite a good deal of old leaf made its appearance onthe breaks this week and when sweet It met with ac tive competition and brought high prices About all the crop Is set that will be put out tills year The plant lug in the western part of the State was materially icduced by lack of sea son tor transplanting StatesA notion people unsatisfactory percent preceding I J Australia I I was j r I Jis Hamilton sold to Jeptha Onstott a nice gelding for 175 Lost or strayed Jersey heifer calf brown switch to tail about four months old Last seen on New pike Reward for information to this ollice or Lancaster Dairy 2t The farmer who is continually his breeds of stock or his favorite crop Is seldom a money maker lIe is apt to find out that he made the change just a little too late He sees some one making money on beef and he abandons dairy farming to breed fat cattle only to learn that he ought to have bred hogs He tries hogs and becomes convinced that sheep are more profitable He gives up a crop that he knows how to grow to take up some specialty that his neighbor has found a profitable one and a few years experience teaches him how to grow it but it also him that he could have bought his experience much cheaper This does not mean that a man should not change his breed ofstock his crops or his method of farming but he will do well to make his changes gradually and not part with a good thing every time he thinks any one else has a bet ter thing The EverReady Scissors Thrust Amongst our Exchanges Interesting Gossip from Neighboring Cities Two of Mr Billy Stewards laugh ters eloped with Messrs Trail and Ra ley last Sunday evening Gone to parts uuknown Cor Hartford Sew potatoes are among the luxu ries on now Later string beans and other vegetables will grace the table sidetracking corn dodgers and buttermilk Cor HeraldLedger Senator Blackburns spring attire is like Josephs coat composed of many colors lie wears yellow shoes gray trousers a pink shirt a coffeecolored vest a blue necktie and a white straw Kews Uncle Billy Bryants mule happened to a very bad accident the other day of sticking a nail in its foot from which he thinks it will be a cripple the rest of its days unless he can get some asafoetida for Murray Ledger W A Stillwell of the Otter Creek section was in town this week and asked us to offer a reward of for information leading to the return of his seventeenyearold daughter whom he claimed was induced to leave home by a married man named Louis Gra ham Larue County Herald T P Peyton has an ewe sheep that is ten years old At the age of two years she brought her first lamb Her descendants numbered 41 most of which have been sold that ewe he has sold in wool and mutton 155 worth of products and still has the old sheep and she is still yielding money for her owuerGlenns Graphic The board of trustees of the town of Bedford do ordain as follows Sec 1 That it shall be unlawful for any or persons to bring into or cause to vbe brought into the corporate said town any dog and leave the same for the purpose of getting rid of said dog or to have the town to dispose of or kill same Trim Democrat It is a common thing to hear women NATUREWomans Beginning at the time when girlhood blossoms Into lovely womanhood all her life until is the moon continues everlastingly to grow and wane and bring her chills discomfort and depression yet she hears her bur ingherselfiasiirin quiet nerve and rest Ll I Danville changing cattle teaches 40 thetable hatGeorgetown itCor 15 for limits of authorities bl agewomans onlyrelief Republican due person BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR- will warm her through and alleviate betsuffering relieve that depressing pain strengthen her nerves drive faintnessstop that headache socthe her like a mothers kiss and her safely and comfortably through her troublesThere be no obstructed periods The ever recurrent and the monthly moon regularly each other times a Buy of druggists for 100 per bottle are welcome to our Illustrated FREEbook Perfect Health for Women THE BRADIFELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA fiT a 1l ear huy iT nty lm baml wife in do like Mr Su and So I would leave him to morrow You can take the meanest husband in the city and let them stay in Cannelton two days and nightsnnd on the morning r the third day yon could catch drowned women in carload lots between this place and Tell City The dear sweet things know they cant swim but would die trying to get to the men they lindso much fault with Ilawesvllle Paindealer The News oflice has been unusually blessed this week by having Esau the snakeeater located directly in front of its windows so that we re ceived the full and Justing benefits of tile leatherlunged spielers eloquent appeal to hurry and see him eat his supper We should like to be with a Christian spirit of forgive ness but doubt if we can ever become reconciled to the one in authority who placed this attaction derson News If we were keeper of the Celestial gates we should admit all the tele phone exchange girls first Qur par tiality for the telephone girls results chiefly from the kind obliging and cheerful service of Miss Minnie tyre who has charge of the Home ex change here From years end to years end she responds hello to each of a thousand rings daily as cheer fully as if she had been waiting hours for a call and welcomed it to relieve a monotonous stillness Hartford Re publican While inquiring after the sick and afllicted Dr E A Cherry inform ed us that Mrs R V Hunt over the river was quite sick with paralysis also that Paul Deweese was at the point of death with consumption and that the wife of Assessor J W Howard was quite sick The doctor also in forms us that Dr Finley is not doing so well says that he has tapped him four times and drawn off as much as ten gallons of water in all and that he needs tapping again after which he thinks he will improve for a while Green River Republican Tax Oil liiibics Extreme hot weather is a great tax upon the digestive power of babies when puny and feeble they 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 11 E Mclloberts 1m Every man should act mid speak in such a manner that no one will suffer for or through him George Schaub a well known citizen of New Lebanon Ohiois a constant reader of the Dayton Yolks zeitung lie knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its columns and when he saw Chamber lains Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife who 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 my wife said to me I feel as though born anew and before using tte en tire contents of the bottle the unbear able pains had entirely vanished and 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 For have three red Short horn Bulls for sale at reasonable pri ces Apply to James Spillman Beuna Vista Ky June 192t BUENA VISTA The last quarterly meeting of this conference year will be held at Mt Olivet the 5th and Gth of July The song of the reaper may be heard in many fields just now cutting the golden grain The harvest days will be over with many this week Miss Willie Duncan has been elected to teach the Lindendale public school Miss Dove Graham fell from a swing last week and was thout to have serious injuries but is improv ing Virgil Scott and sister Miss Daisy left Sunday for a visit to relatives in Indiana Miss Bessie left Monday for Lexington where she will spend this week with ffiends going on to Midway to visit a school mate Mr Pumphrey of Middlesboro was the guest Sunday of the Misses son Rev Jones baptized the infant of Mr and Mrs PSTernll at the after noon service Sunday Miss Margaret Hackley a teacher at the Georgetown Acudemy spent last week with rela tives here She will leave in a short while for Chatauqua N Y Mrs Thomas Brown arrived last week to visit relatives Misses Elizabeth and Mary Tomlinson will attend the Edu bational Association and Chatauqua at Lexington this week Misses Bertha Christopher Alice Scott and Sallie Brown are visiting friends in and near Lexington M4ss Cordelia Hamilton returned Sunday from a so Mrs Lewis Brown near Nicholas ville Mr and Mrs Jas Terrill after a visit of several weeks have MissourL Miss Tillie Walton of Louisville is the pleasant guest of Miss Hettie Lane 4 0 r I endowed thereAn It In Ills Newspaper German SaleI sustained BOI ton visit returned- to Mom 4- Itead Thom IERFAVORITE H i FOR WE14 WOMEN Xeuralglc pains rheumatism lumba go and sciatic qains 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 wonderlul cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tenn states I have used Ballards Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in my family It is splendid remedy We could not do without it 25c 50c and 100 at R Mclloberts 1m Bend your energies towards doing better things rather than towards do ing more things Of what does a bad taste in your mouth remind you It indicates that your stomach is in bad condition and will remind you tbat there is nothing sogood 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 sale at 25 cents per box by R E McRoberts druggist 1m It is always a good plan never to give a decided an important matter on the spur of the moment Leads Them All One Minute Cough Cure beats all other medecine 1 ever tried for coughs colds croup and throat and lung ton Pa One Minute Cough Cure is the only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their little ones Croup is so sudden in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It yields at once to One Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to take Children like it Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs A truly great man passes lightly over personal affrots his thought moves on higher planes Spring Fever Spring fever is another name for bil iousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and in active bowels mean a poisoned system If neglected serious illness may fol low such symptoms DeWitts Little Early Risers remove all danger by stimulating the liver opening the bowels and cleaning the system of im purities Safe pills Never gripe I have taken DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid liver every spring for years writes R M Everly Mounds yule W Va They do me more good than anything I have ever tried Blow the coal of anger and the sparks will fly in your face and burn you How to Avoid TroUble Now is the time to provide yourself and family with a bottle oi Chamber lains 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 medicine in use for bowel complaints both for and adults Iso family can afford to be without it For sale by R E Druggist 1m The upright man will surely have good things and many friends while he lives Hot Weather Weakness If you feel 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 that will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect regulete the bowels and impart natural activity to the liver This Herbine will do it is a tonic laxative and restorative H J Frecgard Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Nan writes I have Herbine for the last 12 years and nothing on earth can beat it Ii was recommended to me by Dr Newton Kan 50c at R E McRoberts 1m There is a great difference between a good man and a good fellow No good health unless the kidneys are sound Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys right C C J E Stormes One trial order will prove our good qualities and good judgment On the first Indication of kidney rouble stop it by taking Foleys Kid ney Cure C C tfJ E Stormes 1m We give advice by the bucket but take it by the R Alger Chronic bronchial troubles and coughs can be quickly relieved and by Foleys Honey and Tar C C 1m Each smile counteracts a groan Dont think because some people are green theyre stale for many things are freshest when theyre greenest Jules Wallace Saved From an Awful Fate Everybody said I had consump tion writes Mrs A M Shields of Chambersburg 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 infalliblejor Coughs Colds andBron chial Affections Guaranteed battles oOc and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fisb Co Paint Lick 1m nI1I41 penetrating nerves answer on trouble says D ScottCurrin e children MeRoli rts u ed grainW summer J E Stormes tailfiihl4l 4 4 4S ofLogan 4S 4 44 4 I 44 4 4 54 your 44 44 44 Si 44 44 General News Notes Most Important Events of the Day BoiJciI Down There are seven candidates for the Republican nomination for Governor of NebraskaTwo of railroods are likely to be built in Alaska this year in the Yukon and Nome regions- A process has been devised in Wash by which artificial marble can in twentyfour hours The extraordinary demand for iron and steel in the United States has its exports to almost nothing George J Gould is likely to build an enormous smelter in Colorado in der to break the smelter trust there Five of the great ship yards in United States are now merged i one combination with a capital of ipV 000000 It is proposed to set aside SCKOOOO acres of land in North Carol inaSoutr Carolina Georgia and Tennessee asu forest reserve Bishop Walters in addressing a mass meeting concerning recent outrages in Illinois advitfd his race to prepare for selfdefens President Mitchell h called a na tional convention at liUanapolis to consider the of a general strike of all soft coal Diners The Sultan of Bac d in the Island of Mindanao sendsi dell to Colonel Frank Baldwin satfng the Americans will be fought unhs they adopt 3Ioro customs and religwn President Roovelt will be invited to visit Louisvifie on the evening of October 10 he will be on his Southern trip If he comes he will deliver an address at the Auditorium The text of the findings of the court of inquiry iico the conduct of oilicers of the at Venice with comments has been mad public in London Capt Dayton n command of the Chicago is severejy censured for not taking the proper treasures for the defense of his officers The men were hilarious but not drunk Happy Time in Town We felt very happy writes R N Bevill Old town Va when Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured our daughter of a bad case of scald head It delights all who use it for Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Etjils Ulcers Eruptions Infallible for Piles Only 25c at McRoberts Lancaster Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick lui The worst of all lies is the pious kind Was Wasting Vvay The following letter from Robert R Watts of Salem Mb is have been trobled with kidney dis ease for the last five years I lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all dies suggested without relief Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound and well C C J E Stormes 1m The excess of virtue becomes vice sometimes Constipated liowels To have good health the dody should be kept in a laxative condition and the bowels moved at least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled duily Mr G L Edwards 142 N Main St Wichita Kansas writes I have used Herbine to reg ulate the liver and bowels for the past ten years and found it a reliable SOc at H E McRoberts Ira My little son had an attack of whooping and was threatened with pneumdnia but Chamber lains Cough Remedy we would have had a of it It also saved him from setferal attacks of croup H J Strickfkden editor World Her aid Fair Wash For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Unreasonable haste is the road to error Moliere jA Real Friend Cil suffered from dyspepsia and in digestion for fifteen years says W T Sturdevant of Merry Oaks N C I had tried many doctors medicines to no my persuaded me to try Kodol It immediate relief I can eat anything I want now and my is good I cheerfully Kodol Dont try to cure stomach troubl by dieting That only weakens the system You need whole some strengthening food Kodol en ables essimilate what you by digesting it without the aid 1m If yoji want to a favor from a fool preface your request by asking his advice There is nothing that flatters him so much at this Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine is given by G W Roberts of Elizabeth WVa All old man there bad long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incur able cancer They believed his case hopeless till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve ex erts its matchless healing poweer blood diseases skin eruptions ulcers and sores vanish Bitters 50c Salve 25c at RE McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m IBZii L iM Readable Shops Items from Everywhere Tacoma bemade reduced or t ne- gro w ell Chic60 Crow nshields Out a R E instructive- I rem remedy f r scriO s time 1 After availoneof gin t to b I Admiral 4 44 44 44 Hayen 4 4 r i The i ate t ever made te brcalung point when is overtaxed Just lie airotmt of strain the will be without breaking can be makers to an ounce 1 The huuan brVy like the chain in J this tlit it bros down when more than a le is Put upon it But f unlir thechain there is no means of telliii what strain the physical collapse For that reason t symptoms of being overtaxed are arming If there is a feeling of j especially when accompanied oss of flesh the strain on the body beyond its endurance There need increased physicial strength id vigor People who are weak and rundown will find that Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery will promptly restore f them to vigorous health It cures eases of the stomach and other organs if the I f I rr li 1tt HS1 l1Ht t t rtIJ c is i- tt + cabl fi red bye im Jt train 1der t power vill the we ness b t passing digestion andnutrition purifies r ti i ile t 1 4 dist I had been sick for two years with indigestion and nervous debility and t had taken medicine from my Stonily for a long time without much V H Peebles of Lucknow t Medical and Favorite Prescription did and to my great surprise after taking six bottles I 4 was cured Sly has not cent in doc tors bills for me since I took the nearly two 2years ago 4 FREE PierceB Common Sense MasJlcsl Ad vlscf sent FREE on receipt of sfsmps to pay expense of malSiag CriLY Ssntf twcntyans one T cent stamps to the Look in pspcr cevsfs or thirty one stamps fcf ths cloth baud volume L Add ass DP R V Pierce Bcrtfao N 7 5 y uouy WILLS uuuu 1 benefit writes S C t Was induced my husband to consult Dr Pierce by letter You advised me to take Golden iDiscovery which I I of paidone tme t D is to wtoMoNn ootrioi ojoz O LiiI 4 Mrs 4- t 4itt 1 let issierlAr53 t dizzm L FflAM On and after June ist we will close out our large stock of goods AT COST FOIl 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 Vagons Plows Culti vators Double Shovels Wagon ma kers supplies Bugg Rimsind Spokes Etc Etc Everything AT COST except Gro ceries and Drugs Conic early and get the choice of the lines J X DUXN CO Bryantsville Ky 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