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RECORDTJHHTJ2EXTH YEJLll LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 3 1902 CENTRAL 1 TEEr uFx l Items of Local Interest The cigarette law is working a hard ship on the boys The banks and post office will be closed tomorrow The Lancaster orchestra will get again in a few days and resume weekly practice Ilev Mr 1 L McClung will preach at West Point next Sunday afternoon at three oclock The Sunday dinners and suppers at the Garrard continue to attract large numbers of our people They arc elegant Tim Dawson the negro who mur dered his wife at Stanford recently been found guilty and sentenced io be hung Good If you want to for entry in fYtj Queen of Carnival won test see Louis Landrani or Urannam iJeaxley who have an abundance of tickets We arc indebted to that clever young gentleman Mr Tno M Farra for the photos from which the cuts in this issue are made Mr Fox the finished them up The coon excursion to Louisville Sunday morning was well patronized Jf the railroad company would forget to bring back a lot of these excur sionist it would do a great favor by the town City Council met Monday and gave the new laws a lion reading They are now ready for the printer and vill probably be publish ed in next issue of Tin RECOUD The laws arc well drawn and if rigidly en forced will put a stop to all kind of devilment The announcement of time smldcu death of Jno H Miller of Lincoln county will cause deep regret among the friends of that genial and bighearted gentleman here in Garrard He was one of the most widelyknown men in the state and his good nature and happy conversation made friends of all with whom he came in contact le was a frequent writer for the local papers our readers having been often favored with his bright and witty pro ductions His death was caused by Heart trouble and was very sudden Only last court day he was in our of lice and had all aughing at his happy and witty remarks What a pity there are not more men like him who bring Sunshine instead of a snarl r photographer lrill1 frThe ytxpt Jack head many 1 I i together has vote Lancaster 1 IZeadim morning l Dont miss the base ball Friday Some Weather For the past ten days the weather has been a mixture of wind rain and heat so parceled out as to make about as uncomfortable as possible Lightning has been doing its share of cranky business ton Farmers are greatly behind with wheat cutting much of the grain having been blown down Rain has fallen most every day Gov Bradley In Town Gov Bradley came up from Louis villa and spent a day or so with his family in this city He never misses an opportunity to praise his old and tells everybody it is the best town in the world The govenor is kept pretty busy with his large law practice in Louisville and dont get from the city oftcner than every two weeks A Splendid Ofliccr The many friends of Common wealths Attorney Jno Sam Owsley are delighted to know that he will en ter the race for reelection and thus afford them the opportunity of ex pressing at the polls their hearty of his faithful services It would be impossible to select one who will work harder for the states or strive more diligently to bring evildoers into the clutches of the law Mr Owsley is a splendid lawyer and one of the cleverest gentlemen it is our good fortune to know We believe anyone can beat him To the cmocnitM of the 13th Judicial IHfttrict I desire to announce myself a for reelection to the of Commonwealths attorney of this In the past I have endeavored to faithfully discharge my duties as your servant and if in your judgment I am deserving of reelection I shall greatly appreciate an endorsement at your hands promisingyou that should 1 he so fortunate as to be elected that I will faithfully discharge the duties f the office Yours respectfully J S Owsley Jit Take a day off and visit the FOX STUDIO North Side Public Square tomorrow hometown away appreciation interests candidate district fRlOA V tne 4tn i don office C t F F MEN WANTED Who know and appreciate a good offer when they see it such as we are making in our Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Department Who Would like to try a pair of our easy Shoes they will keep your feet cool and comfortable and be Easy all the time LANCASTER KY WANTED THEXLOGANXDRYXGOODS WOMEN k k z Mother Hubbard base ball The recent rains have washed the Piles badly and it will take much work to put them in shape forget Bro Moores temper ance lecture at Gunns Chapel tomor row the 4th Editors Scrap Editors W P Walton and Desha Breckinridge pulled wool and in Lexington The trouble grew out of a newspaper controversy as all such matters invariably end We un derstrnd the differences have been perched up and sincerely hope they have as both are honorable highton cd gentlemen Some Tatty Lexington CKNTAL RKCOHD of Lancaster has a new head but Louis Land rains fine old head is still doing business for it at the old stand and making it one of the best papers that ever left a printing press Stanford Journal The CENTRAL RECORDS new head is an improve incur It would be hard to improve on the paper any other way however A Irlnc Showing The Peoples Bank of Paint Lick publishes its quarterly statement in this issue of THE RECORD A will show the rapid progress made by the institution Mr Kemper the gentlemanly cashier is a sociable in dustrious and the are to be congratulated upon him He believes in home institutions too giving this ollice all the banks printing New Finn Owing to my health failing me I have sold out my stock of goods to Theo Currey Jr and who will continue the business at the old stand 1 want to thank all ofmy old friends who have so liberally me in the past and ask a of the same liberal share of their patronage for the new firm July 1st 1902 Respectfully Theo Currey Sen Rare Bull- A team selected from the Richmond Elks lodge will come down on Fri days morning train and play a game with a local team on Dr Herrings lot play called at 3 oclock An fee of twentyfive cents will be charged Both teams will wear fancy mother hubbard dresses and much fun is promised Gov McCrea ry and Gov Bradley are billed as and both teams will be made up of wellknown people Ulad flog A mad dog passed through town Tuesday night lie bit Frank the colored grocer and a colored woman lIe snapped at several parties and many windy tales have been told of narrow escapes lIe at Mr Louis Gill making some scratches on his arm and Mr Gill fearing serious results has gone to Chicago to take the Pastuer The dog on into the country and could not be killed The colored people mentioned have gone to Gilberts Creek to have a mad stone applied lUudikoii Institute Read the advertisement of Madison Institute in another column This school has for years been one of the leading female colleges of Kentucky and now under the efficient manage meat of Prof J W McGarvey Jr it has taken on new life and forged ahead of all the rest This is because the president thinks that nothing but the best in school matters is worth having the best of teachers and the best of ev erything and the parents who send their daughters to Madison Institute will get far more than value received in the superior advantages to be there There are this community who ought to send their daughters to the institution Under such instructors their progress would necessarily be more thorough and more satisfactory in every way Richmond vs Lancaster The Richmond and Madison boys rested on their oars last week and put no ballots in the can so Garrards number placed Miss Bradley in the lead As has been stated there are two hundred members of the Rich mond lodge only ten or fifteen here The following from the Richmond Register shows the Lancas ter entry has to battle against the field a thing we did not anticipate when we placed Miss Bradley in nation The report of the committee says in part The Lancaster boys seem to have minds made up to make the Madison boys know that they have been in the race and unless Richmond gets a move on herself you had just as well prepare to take off your hats to the Garrard county Queen So you see the situation Instead of each fellow fighting for his girl it seems that it is Richmond against Lancaster we deep ly regret the turn in the matter yet it is indeed a great consolation to know that the name sent in by the editor of this paper was so popular as to cause the backers of sixteen others to bud die together in order tq defeat her We have a number of tickets yet and if you want to help swell the vote for our entry call at this once Yote cents each I tomorrow tDont scratched DemocratThe perusal business man directors securing patronizing L Davidson patronized continuance admission umpires Lackey other snapped treatment obtained many In residing their II t R passed note While are five r i n Mr Currey Ill We regret to note the continued ill ness of our good friend Mr Theodore Currey lIe is suffering from kidney trouble and most of the time is con fined to his bed Many friends hope i for his speedy recovery It Strange Indeed are annoyed almost every day by communications being sent to them the sender having failed to sign his name This has been ex plained time and again but people persist in doing jt The name is not wanted for publication but to show that the items are reliable IN ItlKMOIIIAITl On the 10th of June the Father of us all called to her eternal reward our beloved sister and Mrs Margaret Gill In the death of Mrs Gill this Society has lost one of its charter members For twenty odd years she has been afaithful patient consistent and earnest worker for Christ and his church She was al ways more than willing to do her part no matter what that might be Those who have worsted with her can never forge her cheerfulness she was one who could sympathize and comfort others in sorrow or trouble and nevar speak of her own The church has lost a prayful Godley member the Sunday school its organist and a teach er who taught both by experience and precept the society a wise counselor and officer She hath ceased from her labors and her works do follow after Our hearts tro out in tenderest love and sympathy to her bereaved ones Mite Society Presbyterian church Mrs Lewis L Walker Miss Jane L Duncan Committee Handsome Quarters The repeated statement in THE RECORD that a firstclass photogra pher could do well in Lancaster has had the effect of bringing to our town one of the best artists in the State Mr E II Fox of Danville Some trouble was experienced in securing a suitable place but Mr J M Logan agreed to remodel the rooms over Swinfords barber shop and this was done in the best possible manner The entire north end of the building has been made into a skylight the parti tions removed the entire place neat ly painted and papered making one of the prettiest and most complete galleries in the state A dressing room has been cut off forladies which is completely with dresser mirrors etc so ladies may bring their dresses and prepare for the pictures there Mr Fox has the improve ments here that he uses in his Dan ville gallery and can do the same per fect work He will be in Lancaster every Tuesday and Friday and as a phone has been put in you had best call him up and make an appointment The gallery is elegantly furnished and he would be pleased to have you call FIERCE WORK OF WIND A Severe Windstorm Sweeps Through County Demolishing Eeerjr thing In Its Path Last Wednesday night just as we had run off the last copy of Tne RE COUD the most disastrous cyclone that has ever visited Kentucky passed over a portion of the county just south of town The wind was blowing a gale in town and when reports of the destruction began to come inthere was much excitement Not until late the next afternoon were all the in and even then there was much exaggeration as to the number killed and crippled It is absolutely impossible to place a money value on the loss as it will take much time and labor to replace the some of the losses cannot be covered at all It is also impossible to form an idea of the fierceness of the storm without seeing wreck Many have driven over the stricken portions and all agree that they have never seen or read of so complete destruction Those left homeless were taken in by neighbors and contributions have been made for the more needy The first of the tornado was at Hedgeville about nine oclock Wednesday It leaped to the farm of Will Cookwhere many panels of and much timber was destroyed From there it leaped to Capt T A Elkins Here it wrecked the barn demolished all the shade trees blew down a lot of fencing and alsQ a lot of timber The path of tho storm was about widothe entire length From Elkins it crossed the railroad and went into Jim Daltons It blew away his residence barn every out house and all the fencing in the path A portion of his surrey was found in Flat Woods tour miles away The family had retired and they were reed some distance with the wreck Strange to say no one was injured Mrs Daniels property the old Salter place t struck unroofing the entire dwelling and completely wreck ing the L The carriage house was completely carried away and demol ished From this point the storm followed the Crab Orchard eke ti dis tance of about a milo struckBooth Suttons on side of pike entirely de molishing the Dwelling and barn and weeping away all outbuildings and fencing Sutton and his wife were blown for 100 yards or and a ne gro sleeping in an outbuilding was blown across the pike and sustained broken leg Neither Mr Sutton or his wife were injured save a few scratch es but ot everything they had ThQ j Newspapermen co laborer furnished perfect particulars buildingsand kindhearted fencing 250yards t same observed par was more storm next struck the 50foot iron bridge over Gilberts Creek twisting it like it were small wire tearing the foundation to pieces The blacksmith shop near by was demolished nothing but the anvil being left to mark tilt spot where It stood The next house was a brick about 100 yards from the bridge owned by Lucien Perkins and occupi ed by a tenant This was demolished as far down as the first story taking away the entire second story and Stiger place taking the top off the stone barn on the pike and entirely uprooting his fine orchard The storm then took northeasterly course striking next the Collier school house it from its foundation and moo ing it a distance of five or six feet Itthen struck the property of MrsRoyse the old Collier place entirely demol ishing the barn fencingand some The residence was un roofed the storm seem ed to gather additional force uproot ing large forest trees in fact taking everything in its path A quarter of a mile above the of Mrs Royse is the residence of Jas Thompson formerly the Mc Carley property At this point the wind seemed to be at its greatest fu ry His entire residence was together with all the and barns A singular thin was the uprooting of an apple tree which was inverted and the limbs stuck into son and wife were occupying the room north of the hallway his uncle Mr Dave Thompson who had left home on account of the storm occupying the room on the south Mr Thomp sons brother and a farm hand occupi ed a room in the L All this of the building was entirely torn away the room occupied by Mr Dave Thompson being moved ten or fifteen feet from the chimney the entire end blown away It is certainly that no one was injured at this point The roof over one room fell in and the occupants were only saved by its alighting on the high posts of the bed The storm only struck the edge of Sheriff Lawsons property uproot ing the orchard and damaging the su gar grove back of the house From there It struck the property of Rev Ira Partin due east This property was a twostory frame house with box The wind removed the entire front of the house in which were Mr Partin and family leaving intact the L which was not damaged Mr Par entirely residence strangething jumpedto lifting outbuildings At thispoint residence demolished outbuildings standingit portion remarkable ilL tin and his entire family received seri ous physical disabilities his second son who was upstairs being blown about 40 or 50 feet the entire second story falling upon him He remains in a serious condition but it he will get well Mr Partin wife and rest of the family were occupying the down stairs part of the house and when the storm struck them they at tempted to escape but were caught in the fury of the storm plank brick and other debris striking and injuring them Mr Partins barn which was in the direct path of the storm escap ed serious damage the wind bounding over it after striking the house It is estimated the wind was blowing at the rate of 100 miles an hour at this pointWhen the wind rose at Partins it passed over the next house in line and swooped down on that of Mr Dudde rar some half mile away thence en tering the Flat Woods uprooting and twisting giant oaks and hickories as if they were mere straws Half a mile further on it struck the cabin occupi ed by Aunt Sarah Duncan widow of the wellknown old negro Adam Duncan lifting it entirely from the foundation and scattering it all over that end of the county She was se riously injured The next housestruck was the old Lawson place owned by Sheriff Lawson which was unroofed and damaged Fen ces were swept away and large trees twisted and blown away The tornado passed on through the Flat Woods demolishing quite a of cabins and missing others in some places it demolished trees all around cabins leaving the latter in tact At Steve Walkers it blew away the cabin from foundation and but didnt hurt the cabin Trees were uprooted and fencing At Mr Ed Walkers residence a chimney was blown through the roof into the house doing great damage but injuring no one and a cabin was moved from its foundation Before reaching Walkers it blew away a barn for Mr Samp Archer tore away fenc ing and damaged trees to a groat ex tent tersvilie section doing great damage to farms and farm property At laceton further on it destroyed the residence of James Ponder killing his father and another man whose name we could not learn and injuring the entire family more or less Many other small losses are reported in the wake of the tornado and it would take ten times the space we have to Rive a complete description of the wreck i is thought otherwise seriously number chimney demolished keptitsVal j THERE IS MONEY HAYBALING S LIGHTNING I HayPressess 0 Are sold by us on A easy terms fourpay incur contract We know of parties who 6 are clearing from two to three hundred dol lars in one season 0 8 t J R Haselden o o OAA0000r 0Q 0o IN0 0O 0 0 v 0o FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Laws 0 Life insurance policies bought Sr for cash or loaned on for sums T of 8500 and upward V I J A BEAZLEY CO t tt 2 0 000000004000400C0Ov 0000004000000000000 Wear Cool Clothing 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 line of unlined Serge Coats and Vests in black and blues If you feel hot and uncomfortable call on us and we will put clothes on you that will make you cool and keep you cool E T Logan The One Price Clothier and Furnisher c i z A We Can Save Money For You When you come to town dont fail to take a lookat 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 golf Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc 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 kans ft Hum wellas CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ay ScconilClafS Mall Matter Lancaster Ky July 3 7902 His many newspaper friends regret that Mr Henry Woolfolk has on ac count of ill health been forced to re tire from the active control of the Danville Advocate interested in time paper yet its will be shared in by other gentlemen mention of which is made elsewhere 2 o man is more highly esteemed and beloved by the press boys than is Mr Woolfolk Possessed of a warm heart and kindly disposi tion he has made lifelong friends of all the newspaper men and their uni ted prayer is that he will soon be res tored to perfect health and strength Time war claim to be paid Kentucky will pay olf every dollar she owes and leave a handsome wad in her jeans With nothing owing there can be no objection to removing the seat of government to Lexington where it properly belongs and decent state buildings Everybo dy wants it moved there save a few Frankfort people and why it is not done is hard to understand Text time this thing is turned down there is likely to be a cry of nigger in the legislative woodpile THAT good paper the Danville Ad has changed hands Messrs Owen McIntyre and Craig llalston taking charge The Advocate is one of the most conservative and reliable papers published in Kentucky its clever editor Mr Henry Woolfolk proving a hand and a half with the quill We wish the young men success So THE coronation was postponed by the serious and dangerous illness oLEdwaid Serious and dangerous sounds pretty big but down in this neck of the woods when a fellow fills his tank with booze until his copper burns out they call it plain jim jams That serious illness reminds us ve ry much of Grover Clevelands gout THE Lexington papers are certainly hard up for something to fuss about when they have to dig up the old chestnut of largest circulation Find something interesting to quar rel over brethren An editor may to his circulation on a stack of bibles as high as Pikes Peak and most readers think it a lie THE Danville Advocate says a worn an appeared before the court to ask freedom for her husband and brought with her eight children nearly all the same size The Advocate dont say but its dollars to doughnuts the judge didnt release hubby dear SINCE Englands highmuckamuck has been stricken by that unpronounc able disease we have read of several plugheads here in America suffering from the same affliction There is nothing more disgusting than to see some idiot trying to ape another idiot SOME of the papers head the Press Associations annual A Water Trip As it is the desire to have a large attendance this year we trust this impression will not get abroad A water tjip is to frighten off most of the boys IN his testimony before the Senate Committee Admiral Dewey said he took no stock in Aguinaldoand called lam a plain every day thief The old seahoss again shows his good marks inanship now would you like to be the Cuban Minister to Spain Elizabethtown News We would much rather be Pork In spector at Jerusalem EDITOR WATTEIISON is busy giving advice to Messrs Cleveland and Bry an Pouring water on the back of a duck so to speak I as While ibis still absolutely erecting ocate Kentucky outing calculated management unbounded swear 1I WASHINGTON LETTER Ilarrlsco Writes Kiiiertalniii ly About Former Garrard People Washington D C July 1 1002 My Dear Landram The readers of your great modern family journal might be interested in knowing about the Garrard county boys who are helping to run the here They are a pretty set all things considered and the folks at home need not fear of having to send them checks to get their overcoats out of soak next fall One of the oldest Garrard men in the government service is R R West who came here as a clerk during Cleve lands first administration I believe it was and who has succeeded in on up to this time with splendid prospects of a steady job West is employed in one of the auditing of the big Treasury Building a chief of his division and is upon as one of the sleuths of the accounting department He has been sent all over trhe United States on work and the other day when one of the disbursing officers of the government went wrong West was to go through the books and as certain the amount of the stealage Mr West has a splendid Kentucky woman for his wife and an interesting family one of his boys being big enough to go to Kentucky to College this fall perhaps to Danville Another West in the service here is Millard late of Lancaster who was a deputy collector under Mr and transferred by the present to the Internal Revenue Bureau here Millard is looked upon as a model young oleo He is morally as straight as a shingle and in the office is noted for his close to business as well as for his ef liciency If in the service his promotion to the top round is assured Of course Millard is fond of the ladies and is a prize beau If you could coming down Massachusetts some Sunday morning with an of If mother could only see me now on his innocent countenance you would feel that you had gotten the worth of the cost of your trip to Washington There are two things I always show visiting Jriends Millard on Sunday and the Congressional Both are equally impressive And then there is another Garrardite here O C Pearce Pearce I believe has been away from the old county for some years He drifted south and while in Atlanta became associated with some officials of the War made a mash on them and was nduced to come to Washington and take a position in time War He now holds an important position in the office of the Adjutant General of the Army Mr Pearce is one or the finest penmen in the an expert accountant and a man generally He has also good taste in the selection of a wife marrying the daughter of one of his superior officers They have a beautifully furnished home on street and live almost as as they would in old Garrard A fine boy recently came to their house since when O C hasnt had a great deal of common sense but he is gradually getting back to normal Speed Smith doesnt come from Garrard but he hails from the county of Madison Garrard who know Speed will be in knowing that for the past year he has been Master of Washington Centennial Lodge one of the oldest Masonic Lodges in the the year Speed received fifty new members the largest number ever raised in any one year in the history of lodge Speed is not an oldmanand wants to be norated as younger than he really is for he is still cutting around but he is one of the and most enthusiastic Masons in the city which is say ing a great deal when s 1 so sc something government up decent holding divisions being looked important detailed Commissioner attention hestays A venue expression Library Department Department service handy displayed Thirteenth comfortably adjoining Masons interested During Perk pine shim District CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT IT OFF TOO KINNA1RD Lancaster y T LONER it is known that there are seven thou sand Masons in the District of Colum Of course Garrard county will see a good delegation to Washington the fall to see the G A R veterans hold the last encampment perhaps at the National Capital Washington is go ing to turn herself loose on this occa sion The little pot will be put into the big one as it was never done be fore and the visitor will be worn out with novelty and entertainment The Army and Navy will join in the exer cises of the week the President will be a central figure and in fact it will be the greatest encampment of them all Central Kentucky veterans and visitors will lied the old reliable and picturesque C O Railroad the proper route for the Encampment as it runs through much of the country historic and rich in memories of the Civil War II Giovunnoli Supply of Corn A trilling loss of 70000 bushels last week made the total American visible supply 4227000 bushels compared with 15413000 bushels a year ago when for the corresponding week there was an increase of over a bushels Shipments from all countries were 3555478 lastweek against 513095 bushels in the previ ous week and 4943343 bushels a ago The loss from the preceding weeks exports was from Danubian ports while compared with last year the principal decrease was from the United States material gains being reported from Russia and a small in from Argentina Despite some reaction there is still a margin of 20 cents a bushel over the price last Hay Trade Journal Will Use NeVH ui cr The Mercantile Association of Read ing Pa composed of 200 leading mer chants of that city has put itself on record against all advertising schemes outside of the columns of newspapers The association declares that inasmuch as merchants in general have for years from constantly solicitations for advertisements hotel boardsclocks key boards charts programs tickets tank books moving pictures curtain advertisementsoil paint inSs and pamphlets the members pledge themselves that they will not make use of any such forms of Teddy Coming If President Roosevelt visits next October as it is expected he will be the guest of Gov Beckham of Kentucky Representative Smith of the Fourth district presented to the President Tuesday morning Adjt Gen D R Murray who delivered to the President an invitation to this ellect from the Governor The said he would only be too glad to take advantage of the Governors and assured Messrs Smith and Murray that he would be the guest if the trip materialized Invitations are pouriug in upon the President from every section of the country for visits and addresses this fall Very few dates have been while it is the intention of Presideut to swing around the circle to quite an extent he has not gone far enough to make engagements which he may find it impossible to fill LOWELL Aunt Mary Lackey colored died at her home last week Wheat harvest is in full blast in this vicinity but the farmers say the crop is short Look out for high Hour All kinds of wagon and buggy horse shoeing and general blacksmithing done at J D Hard wicks Good work low prices satis faction guaranteed Mr James Todd of Lancaster is visiting his sister Mrs Milford Lee Miss Susie Parks is very sick at this writing Master Robert Meadows is the sick list this week W O Mays is at home at this writing on the sick list Miss Sudie Parks of this town is visiting friends in Knox Misses Gertie and Paty McDon aid of Wincnester are visiting their mother Mrs Jesse Shaw A T Ilard wick went to Hamilton Ohio a few days ago where he is working in a stove factory A little to the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Brown on the night of time 22nd She only weighed 3 pounds and they not turn lies out Mr John Hender son came home sick a few days ago but is better at this writing and will soon Mrs Annie Davis of Knox county is visiting friends and relatives in Lowell Mrs John Broad dus has been very sick but is some better at this writing Mr Jesse B Parks is the this week bia bible surplus crease year suffered increasing registersdesls bill enuncia- tors advertisement Lexington President hospitality Govern rs for repairing on county stranger came return C million yea lire ti would tin stcl list Jf- i r atc Out in theCounty vgN A Budget o News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters Will Lawson sold a mare to Steve Estes for 55 Len Nave bought five yearling cattle at Lancaster court for 15 a head Will Lawson bought a horse of Tom Stigall for 840 Dogs killed two of Will Purrs sheep but hugh Ball killed one of the dogs W II Purr has a quantity of nice honey for sale Those that were hurt in the cyclone last Wednesday night were all getting along well at the last account Mrs Ada Marshal of Tenn is relatives and friends in this neigh borhood Charley Napier is visiting his uncle Win Coldiron Mr Newell McQuerry visited at Mr Benetts Sun day afternoon Mrs Arthur Ball is visiting Mrs Hugh Bail BRYANTS VILLE J S Ilaseldcn bought a horse from Everet Parks for 870 There will be preaching here at the Methodist church Saturday and evening by the regular pastor I have a few hats that I do not wish to carry over and will sell them out regardless of cost Mrs A S Hasclden We have had the worst wind storms the last two weeks that were ever known in this section A cyclone passed above the High Bridge at the mouth of the Kentucky river blowing away the house of Harris Hudson injuring and wounding the entire family of seven members but not iously Much timber and fencing was blown down with severe damage to the growing crops Messrs Herman and Charlie Frasa of Richmand are guests of friends here Miss Maggie Hackley of Georgetown Academy is visiting Mr C M Jenkins and family Mr West of Sulphur Well is visiting J II Dunn and family Mr and Mrs Stone and Powell and little children visited their brother Huso Ballard Sunday Little Miss Mary Arm strong and Ora Poor are visiting rep tives in icholasville Mrs Dr will go to Willmore Saturday to attend the Camp meeting Miss Hattie Green and Mr Stuard of Crab Orchard are visiting relatives here lIrs J X Dunn and children visited relatives near Lancaster last week Mrs John Ballard and little daughter visited relatives here last week Dr Elliots brother lIit has been with him the past two weeks Mrs Ren nor and children of Camp Nelson visited her sister Mrs Vantrees Tues day An infant of Mr Oscar Mont gomery died Monday and was buried at Mt Hebron church Mrs Swopes little girl who has been quite sick is much better Misses Curtis and Vean two pretty girls of Nicholas vine have returned home a pleasant week with Miss Nell Bourne No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do not advertise this as a sure cure for consumption They do not claim to it will cure this dread in advanced but do posi lively assert that it will cure in the earlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar Is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy Refuse substitutes C C and J E Stormes 1m Cry Sunday serI Mrs t111ie Armstrong after spending complaint cases j FLAT WOODS visiting HAMMACK Mr Robert Archer sold a horse to Mr Frank Gross for 85 Mr Pain was here Tuesday looking at Thomas Austins farm The wind storms have done consid erable damages in this locality Miss Virgie Worrell visited Mrs S E Hammacks Monday J O Reed was on the sick list last week O T Wallace was in this neighborhood Tuesday evening Mrs Martha Bell has returned to her home near Crab Orchard after a few weeks stay at Mrs Sarah Hammacks Misses Cora and Zillah Archer visited Miss Ly tha Ham mack Sunday evening Mr John McQuerry visited Mr Grove Cook Sat urday night PAINT LICK Mr J W Smith lost a valuable work mule one night last week Ruckers mill at this placo last Wednesday morning fortunately no great damage was done N M Champ has moved his residence down near the pike and is preparing to erect a nice front to it Mr Eb Anderson has accepted a po sitien with A B Estridge E L Woods shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Minnie Jennings is visiting her friend Miss Katherine in Lexington this week Messrs Kirk Kirby and Joe Haseklen of Lancaster have been spending two weeks at the Veranda Hotel Miss Jennie Parks has as her guest this week Miss Eliza beth Embry of Richmond Misses Annie Francis are visiting in Lexington and taking in the Chatauqua this week Misses Mattie llcCarley and Sallie Adams were the guests of Mrs E W Norris the first of the week Master Omp Adams of Livingston is with rela sixes here Mr Ollie Terrill ing Mr Kcmper in the bank fora while Mr John Wallace of Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Will Wallace Born on the 23rd to the wife of James Butner twin boys weighing eight pounds each Mrs Jack Adams is in Barbourville with her daughter Mrs Ed England who has two very sick children James Butner who has been clerking for A B Estridge for some time has ac cepted a position with Moore and Champ Jlronchitls for Twenty Years Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville writes I had bronchitis for twenty years and never got relief until I used Foleys Honey and Tar which is a sure cure C C and J E Stormes 1m MADISON INSTITUTE For Young Ladies J AV McGAUVEV Jit Richmond Kentucky ADVANTAGES THAT XO OTHER FEMALE COLLEGE IN KENTUCKY AFFORDS Beautifully situated in the famous Bluegrass region Has just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history The only female college in the state that keeps a faculty com posed of graduates of the University of Mich Ann Arbor Columbia Uni versity N Y City Vanderbilt Uni versity and others of the worlds greatest institutions with record as institutions unsurpassed Music de partment exceptionally strong with instructors from the greatest Con servatories Scientific apparatus and general equipment of building first class Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels In Eypt Palestine and Europe Sickness almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for our hand some catalogue 146 1 I I Lightning struck Burnam hby Jane IIig ins and is assist Pre 1M jVilloug PHIIIHEYSiIllDIISIfplUJSFAIH OTllt8 GATAIOGUE READ Y InRTf I BAYD- raar ArrHACrrvcIYar tffaruRfsP- RELMNAliY fYflf BODY REOUGEO- IS GOMd4 tow r 1ON wipt1ewriot es r+ The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc t I line of S VALL PAPERS I I we have e r shown l Haucls nest Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store 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 Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain We have essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White- Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison all the FpJSB1 S u net Sroril I rVontTake PflWcure constipation the J PIW1I by agitating a temporarily bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intend nes execute natural functions ural agitation caused by cathartics continual and increasing doses to attain the results acts on the and Fever and every form of 9 Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter i mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the R trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE 3 CRAB ORCHARD AND Racing Association Wednesday Thursday Friday July 23 24 Prettiest Grounds in Kentucky New Ampitheatre Splendid Show of Stock Races Every Day Write for Cataloguer A W BUCHANAN SeC J Lrnat It Yo r I IIt D liver cures Chills J r 26 e T L S N compels t g d FaAih f I c 1rt r 1 WORTH 8Q750 Cf EN FREE to the Most Popular Farmer Garrard Count Beginning July ist with 100 paid for merchandise at my store I will give a ballot oft 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 roost votes For particulars see l go t 1 i A VagQfl every K F FOSTLEot 3o r r tthbak irir Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc In Capt W T Short of Richmond was here Sunday Tick Crutcher of Nicholasville was here last week Prof Todd of Paint Lick was a here Sunday Miss Willie Burnside entertained a few friends Thursday Kirk K Kirby is assigned to duty as storekeeper at Tyrone Harry Robinson of the D D of Danville was here Sunday Miss Jessie Doty entertained very charmingly Thursday evening Miss Alberta Hilton left Monday to visit her parents in llrodhead Joe Burnsine is studying telegraphy under Tanager Clay Hamilton Misses Cotton of Danville have been visiting Miss Lena Rigney Miss Jane Lusk of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Walker Miss Mattie Mae Robinson was at home Friday evening to a few friends Mrs Jake Joseph and children have gone to Eton Ohio to visit relatives Miss Amanda Anderson is in Lex ingtun visiting her sister Mrs Miller ExGovernor W O Bradley of Lou isville spent Sunday with his family Mrs Elizabeth Patterson is the week with Mrs G M Patter son Miss Clara Cooper is the guest of Miss Angie Kinnaird Lexington Miss Christine Bradley visited her father in Louisvill a few days last weekMrs Evelyn Brown of London has been visiting Judge and Mrs Drown Mr S D Turner and Miss Fannie Austin visited Miss Florence Harris has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Dr W S left Monday to spend a few days with relatives in Louisville Mrs Margaret Naylor and F Smith visited friends in Bcuna Vista a few days Mrs Turner of Nashville is spend I I I A venue friends near II day Miss visitor S t p spending I V 1 licezicy 3 Mollie The only Freezer that will freeze fruit Will freeze Cream in half the time the White Mountain or any other freezer with one half the ice The best freezer made For Sale by HJI Ration Son P L L f r i Peerless IcelanD freezer k ing the summer with her daughter Mrs J L McCarley Mrs Eliza Frank and daughter Miss Joe Hord of Flemingsburg are guests of Mrs Joel Walker Miss Lou J Grant has returned from a pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Covington Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas City Mo is the pretty guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Mr W W Kemper of Muncie Ind arrived Tuesday and is the guest of Miss Altie Marksbury Danville ave nueMessrs Wallace Wharton and Clar ence Lyne of Xicholasville were the guests of Miss Mattie Thompson Sun day Misses Barbara and Stella Brown and Miss Ruby Hackney of London are spending the week with relatives here Mr H Zinnner and son Charley will sail in a few days for home having had a most delightful visit to the old country Misses Pearl Burnside and Tevis Carpenter accompanied by Mr Jack Rout of Stanford visited Miss Bradley Sunday Mr and Mrs R L Pope and little son of Williamsburg and Miss Dannie Pope of Barbourville are visiting the family of Mr W II Smith Mrs Alex West and daughter Miss Lillie V and Miss Tommie Vest of Richmond have been visiting Mrs Charles F Denman of Xicholasville Misses Minnie and Anna Cotton of Danville and Miss Jennie and Mr Walker Burnside of Bryantsvillehave been the guests of Miss Lena Rigney I Mrs Oliver Hunter of the daughter of Col Baxter Smith is the guest of the family of Mr IT A B Marksbury Danville zinc Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside entertained Miss Florence Burnsideof Paint Lick Miss Miller of Versailles and Miss Thompson of Frankfort several days this week Garrard friends of Mrs J Morgan Sutton will be glad to hear of her im proved condition She recently left Doming N M and located at Colo rado Springs the change proving very benefIcial Mrs II B Arnold and children of Paris Ky spent last week with her mother Mrs Belle Austin she was ac companied home by her sister Miss Fannie Austin who will spend sever al weeks in Paris Cynthina Democrat Mrs and Mrs T A Robertson left yesterday morning for iSlcholasville to visit thier daugh ter Mrs Dan Ilemphill They will al so visit friends at Lancaster Paint Lick and other poiuts before return ing Frank Ptimphrey who has cases on Somerset Journal was here on a vis it to his parents He likes Somerset very much and genial Seph much better Judging from that far away look Frank has a girl in our sis ter city who occupies much of his thoughts Saturdays CourierJournal contain ed pictures of Miss Florence Sinclair Elliott of Mayfield and John Alexan der Pittsburg Pa who were married June 24th Miss Elliott will be remembered as the youngest daugh ter of Prof Elliott who taught here several years ago Last week a sheet of copy blew off the hook and was misplaced Among the items was a personal about the visit to our cityof Mr Clyde gentlemanly business manager of the Richmond Register Mr Hart is one of the best newspaper men in Ken tucky and with Mr T Hood Little is making the Register a paper that be excelled Mr Hart is also a practical printer and one of the best to be found His visit to THERE CORD office was much enjoyed by the whole force from editor to devil CourierJournal William S Elkin Jr of Atlanta passed through Louis vine en route to Grayson Springs to i attend the twentyfifth annual of the Kentucky T Association which is in session there Mr Elkin last of I 1 al n Louisville Nashville Herr Of Dart the cannot meeting waS Christine attractive Aye presidentS it- f co s r I I lEG EH J the Georgia Pharmaceutical Associa Lion He is one of the many Kentuck ians who have been successful in At lanta having gone there fifteen years ago to accept a position as drug By close attention to business he was was able to launch the company of which he is now the head and which is one of the biggest drug concerns in the South Mr Elkin was born and reared in Lancaster He is the son Capt Thomas A Elkin He will the convention at Springs as representative of theSouth ern Pharmuceutical Journal printed at Atlanta Stanford Journal Mr E of Covington is spending a few weeks with his daughter Miss Camile Hop per of Garrard was here Saturday Miss Annie Ashlock of Lancaster is with the Misses Straub At a dining given in honor of her aunt Mrs Eliz abeth Pntterson the following guests were present Dr and MrsTSvans Mrs Eliza Farris Mrs Susan Anderson Mrs Belle Burnside M Johnson and Mr J G Sweeney The average age of the six oldest members of the company was seventyseven and a half years Danville INews Miss Katie Mae Henry of Lancaster is the guest of the Misses Sandifer Mrs Ann Walker of Lancaster visited her daughter Mrs John Cotton Mr Jno Farra of Lancaster was on our streets Monday Dr Letcher of Henderson is here the guest of Drs James and Wyatt Letcher Mr and Mrs John S Baughman have returned from Lexington where they spent several clays with friends Hill and wife visited in Lancaster where Mr Hill secured the contract of J T Williams large business house the coal and feed merchant lIe complete by October 1st Mr T B Robinson of Lancaster was in town yesterday with his son Harry who is located at the D D Institute Mrs J P Sandifer of Covington is J the guest of Mrs J M Logan Miss Margaret Hackley of George town College who has been visiting her brother R Ilackley will leave Friday for Lake Chautauqua N Y where she will teach during the term Prof Jones of Kirksville was a here Sunday Miss Ollie Ilackley and Miss Kelley i were shopping in our town Tuesday Mr and Mrs J M Ifarra were in Monday Floyd and Ashley Swope have re turned from a very pleasant visit to their cousin Master Stanley Gulley near McCreary Mr George Robinson and wife of Bryantsville are guests of Mrs J II West this week Mr J M Logan is in Cincinnati on business PREACHERSVILLE We are haying an abundance of rain Prof Bishop will soon have two rooms completed so he can open his school first of January B F Robinson bought some stock here last week John Cress sold some hogs to J J Thompson for tile Will Elmore sold a cow to B F for 3c J S Pettus bought a yearling steer J P Ballard sold 3 sows and pigs for SCO John B Anderson sold about twenty cattle to J M Adams for 3ic B D Holtzclaw sold 26 hogs to S Morgan foi 5ic W P Grimes sold his lambs Pence for 51c They were reported as being the best lambs from this part of the county Booth Sutton who had his house blown from over him was here the first of the week J W Cummins of Lancester was here Sunday Miss Lena Hobbs of Lancaster was visit ing friends here first of the week Milton Mahan of Hiatts ville accom partied by Mrs Bettie Rigsby passed here on their way to Crab Orchard Friday Mrs Gray of Livingston is visiting her father W P Dishon and family Dave Thompson who has been sick for some time is able to again M F Baler went over to Stanford Saturday B C Anderson and wife of Brodhead has been friends Mr and Mrs Lute King of Hubble was here Sunday A competitive evamination for stu dents who desire to enteaStateCollege will beheld atCounty Superintendents office July 17 1902 The subjects em braced in said examination are Arith metic English Grammar Geography and United States History All per sons are eligible between the ages fourteen and twentyfour who have completed the Common School Course Kentucky Greatest Fair Beginning at suuup Monday July and closing at the heavenly hour of midnight Saturday July 19 the Ky Lodge of Elks will to break all records at their Fair The forty acres of woodland i J rII f clerkS G r a s o I I CHopper I at F Rout I by Mrs G M R expects- to summer visitor Danville for 16 to E visiting here I Richmond attempt o attend y n IlustonvilleMillard Patterson DIr T C 4 Robinson bout o 1 e s is E the magnificent campus of old Central University in the suburbs of Rlch mond will be the location A race track amphitheatre and band have been constructed The mammoth gymnasium will be used as Floral Hall for the Ladies Depart ment Dressing rooms for ladies in Dormitory Commanding views from the College buildings- f Time Midway will be the finest and cleanest ever exhidited in Ky Some special features are Fraternal Day Ladies Day Governors Day Floral Parade Crowing of a Queen Day Louisville Elk Day A 700 Olds Automobile will be ralll ed July IU Premiums for all kinds of stock farm produce and domsstic ware Large trotting and pacing pur ses and stakes handsome premiums on saddle and harness horses etc And many novelties that wily make this a memorable exhibition It is not a Street Fair in any sense Admission 25 cents to all D R TEVIS Secretary MANSE Quite a cyclone swept through this vicinity last week houses barns and crops were destroyed and several peo ple killed on White Lick There was Childrens Day at New Hope church last Sunday the exer cises wers interesting There will be services at Fairview church next Sunday by the regular pastor Childrens Day exercises have been nostponcd Miss Viola Preston of Louisville is tne charming guest of Miss Mayme Ramsey Mrs Watkins of Virginia visiting her daughter Mrs Terrill Ramsey of this place Mr J L Royston who has been engaged in business in St Louis Mo for twenty years to visit his sister Mrs John Doty this week Miss Jennie Iliggins visited in lower Gar rard this week Misses Rachael and Kennedy of Richmond have been visiting Mrs Jesse Dunn Mr N Turley of Madison county has been visiting friends in this vicinity Two Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney for about two years writes A II Davis of Mt Sterling la but two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure a permanent cure C C and E Stormes 1m i splendid Lexington I isexpected complaint effected thic I Business and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs v Lace mits and gloves at Josephs H Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs New line of summer dimmities at Josephs J All drug store J Hammocks life line 100 to 500 each at Thompsons All carriage work done on short at W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners can get needed at Frisbies drug store Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts If you want the pure Southern Millet get it at T Curreys Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs All kind of fancy trimmings fo spring and summer gowns at Joseph Car load Iron Good price paid H B Northcott We make your old vehicle as good as new for avery little money W J Romans Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock food sold only by T Currey I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries fer your eggs T Currey Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your henslay Sold by T Currey White zephyr baby sack on Stanford street Monday Leave at RECOn office Notice is hereby given thin I will apPlY to the Board of Prison Commit stoners to parole John Wallace This June 28th 1902 Allen Wallace 1t Card of Thank We take this method of thanking fnends and neighbors for the kindnesses shown during the ill ness in our family We will ever the many kind acts We make no flourish of trumpets but if you want the best dry goods etc that money will buy onie to us and you can get them at reasonable J Joseph time le atFrisbies no- tIce V thing Lot Notice many remember familyI prices r 1 eve German Wanted four I 1 Cut flowers on short notice from f Honaker J C Thompson vl At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your groceries Age 40 years Now is the time to have your old j surrey and wood wagon paint ed and repaired at W J Romans 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 Planing 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 Lancaster All the la test shades J Joseph Our stock of slippers and can not be surpassed We can the best the market affords for less than competitors blow about J Joseph QHotel and Livery stable at Paint Lick for rent Poscssion OctoberG Apply toR L Jennings Paint Lick tf We are the people if you want the best goods for the east money 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 Veran da 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 sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition spud der Come in and we will show you J Joseph GoodPa IIIK Privilege President Bronaugh and Secretary Buchanan were here from Crab Monday and asked TIlE RECOUD to say the privileges for the restaurant and also the hitching and feeding 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 K 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 preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you lead no warning you can save cost by paying before we reachyour name Sanders Ward The man who does business when he is drunk or angry is sure to make Cures Sciatica Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic under various treatments I was induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment the first application giving my first relief and the second entire relief I can give it unqualified rec ommendation 25c 50c and 100 at P E McRoberts Druggist 1m tend to be something they are not will be discovered like the man who dyes his are worse off than if they had not pretended Cut this out and take it to R E Mc Roberts Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver The best physic They also cor rett disorders of the stomach Price 25 cents 1m No one appreciates the dinner like the one who has gone without break fast and no one appreciates wealth like the one who has worked hard and earned that which he has Repulsive Features Blackheads pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common among women especially ails at a certain age destroying beau ty disfiguring and making repulsive features which would otherwise attractive and refined indicate that the liver is out of order An oc casional does of Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c E McRoberts Druggist 1m I buggy Lime Notice giveyou money I Orchard privileges IUD I rheumatism whiskersthey Tablets t appear atE shoes S mistakes BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOIL Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positivel cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia FeverPleurisy LaGrippc Hoarseness Price 50c Sr 1 Trial PrM iron IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR TO US We defy any competitor J to turn out more j work than ours PROMPTNESS GOOD WORK T GENERAL SATISFACTION I We make a specialty of T Family Washing this de partment being under the T sole charge of ladies Danville Steam Laundry i SMITH CCRREY Agents Lancaster Ky f AVtO WhoopingCough llUNDRY VORK satisfactory I I t I I rr53m I MVHE Li00frg ial Ha f ti IF YOUR COLLARS 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 pro longs the life 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 LAUNDRY 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky Agent Lancaster Kenucky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and recon structing exhausted digestive or ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency in relievesand permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all other results of imperfect digestion PriceSOc nd 21 Largesize contains 2i5 times small size Book all aboutdyspepsiamaliedlrea Prepared by E A CO Chicago 5 I V H T Kodol gans is the latest digest and C DSWITT LOGAN and We Can Supply Your Every Want t I I I Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators- We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SOS Successors to J M Hiffinnbotham FOX IS COMING FOX is unformly successful on his Portraits by Photography Young or Old It would afford you pleasure to pay a visit to the New Fox Stu dio Opposite the Court House Lancaster if you wish to see Modern Work will be shown every courtesy and needuot feel obliged to buy The obliagation will be ours Open for Business June 24th 1902 For the Present samples can be inspected at the Logan Dry Goods Co THE FOX STUDIO Opposite Court House Danville Ky t E do t t i 6 6 6 6 6 6 e t t You I DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KEN or f WILL BEAT THE GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Wednesday and Thursday July 2 3 VERANDA HOTEL Stanford Ky Monday Tuesday July 7th and 8th Dont neglect your eyes your best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and geti reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT IAWJ Lancaster Kj Office over Thompsons Sore 4 The liniment bottle nnd flannel strip are familiar objects in nearly every household are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism about as effective in the battle with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare r Rbeumulism They andare f Mothers Friend Is a valuable aid to wife It is a liniment for external application and re lieves suffering due to pregnancy Morning sickness is U this U into the skin throughout the whole period of nancy Women never Ret old or lose shape from childbearing if Mothers Friend is too is beneficially influenced by ase and usually are character irtic of mother arid child at birth Get a bottle for 100 wrUe to us for our booklet Motherhood LHB Rl HHEEeiJlim lllUTJ l j I m b the tel D pre I end Rheumatism is caused by an acid sour condition of the blood It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settles in the joints muscles and nerves and liniments and oils nor else applied can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there the blood be reached only through the blood Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every change of the weather the real disease lies deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purified and no does this so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream of rich strong blood to the affected parts which dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains S S S contains no potash or other mineral but is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and most exhilarating tonic Our physicians will advise charge all who write about their case and we will send free our special book on Rlfeumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga jJ7 externally by and can remedy For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc T Dunn sold a nice horse to ColBilly Burton for Silo Any one desiring to buy sheep or take them on the shares would do well to see W II Burton The Evans highacting mare which was sold by Col Billy Burton to parties last week for S500 was resold there the other day for SI 500 She is said to be a winner Lost or strayed Jersey heifer calf brown switch to tail about four months old Last seen on New Dan yule pike Reward for information to this ollicc or Lancaster Dairy 12 The coming successful dairyman must raise a big lot of foddercorn The market demands the long sided pigs not the short dumpy kind P P Johnson Jr Montrose Stud Lexington sold a few days ago to Pat Gormlcy for 3000 the good 2year old colt Sinner Simon We regret to learn that the fly is developing to a dangerous extent in some northern counties and threat ens great loss of the crop in some The locusts arc not so numerous as 17 years ago and the sparrows are said to be killing them by the thousands They seem to do it just for fun or to gratify their combative disposition for they do not eat them The locust runs his race in about a month and will soon disappear At Williamsville N Y on May 28th 37 young Jersey cattle belonging to the estate of the late Chas Lantz were sold at an average of f3 Prices ranged from 155 to 730 On the Chicago market last day a cur load of Ilerefords 14 in num ber weighing an average of 1798 lbs sold for 810 per hundred 28 and Angus mixed averaging 3732 pounde sold for 8 per hundred Black teeth in pigs was once sup posed to be the cause of nearly every trouble they are heir to It is a myth and to be classed with hollow horn in cattle A liberal provision for the of agricultural fairs is that of jew York State which has a law that all the money paid out in by fair associations both and county shall be refunded associations provided the mount to any one fair shall 4000 Under this law the State last year paid to the different fair of New York 152000 The Government Crop Report of last week state that the warm showe ry weather has been favorable to the development of rust in winter wheat in portions of Missouri and Indiana and has caused lodging to some extent in Illinois and Missouri With these exceptions a general improvement in the condition of the crop is indicated The top prices of pure bred Short horn cattle thus far this season was that paid at the recent public sale of C C Bigler Sons ITartwick Iowa The average on 115 head reached 830 per head This is said to be the high cst average on so large a sale in years The difference between grassy Lifes Period Old Age is Robbed of Its terrors and renewed youth and regal figures axe gained through OTHERS FRIEND world to look upon famous woman once said There are no woolen there are women who do not under I stand bow to make themselves beautiful t 7 P l1lI lib Lexington sections Shorthorns I I providing premiums refunded notexceed associations twenty There is no reason In the woman should not be pleasant A I rr i U Wed ne StatIC S I eves ugi cattle and cattle ripe for the block is well demonstrated in the sale of 200 head of 1251 pound steers last week by Mr Horatio Berry of Ilenderson ville to Harold Tibbs Gish Co Indianapolis Ind which linn paid Mr Berry tic a pound or a little over 15000 for the bunch of 200 head These cattle have been fed on green lover and sorghum ensilage with a small allowance of cotton seed meat and corn They grew and fattened through the winter and spring and were turned out at a handsome price At the present rate of consumption the supply on hand at the end of the year will be so greatly reduced that it will be vastly easier to control the stock of wool in the country than the buom of iSJJ when the supply was SO per cent larger than it will probably be at the end of 1902 Wool imports for the lust 4 months of this year exceed 75000000 Ibs and if continued at the same rate until December 31st would amount to 230 000000 Ibs but it is not likely that this rate will be maintained during the remaining eight mouths for foreign markets have since removed the disparity in prices which heavy imports profitable For the balance of the year there fore wool imports will greatly as was the case in 100 when more than half of the whole years imports arrived during the first four months Justice Bateman Co Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A well developed case in the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best patent medecines and which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not intended as a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy aceess of a physician No family should be a bottle of this medicine in the house especially in summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by 11 E McRoberts druggist 1m There is no one breed of cattlesheep or hogs that is the best and therefore worthy of attentien to the exclusion of all others Different localities animals of different tics The best stock for any given farmer is that which will consume grain and fodder most profitably and turn them to best of account for him Before purchasing animals the farm should decide just what use he has for each horse cow or sheep what he will feed to them and what he will do with them and how he can bestdis pose of their products The best for beef are not always the best for the dairy nor is any one breed of sheep or hogs of the best for every lo cality or method of feeding Pastures and winter feed climate and water supply should be considered before any breed of cattle or sheep is Many of the finer breeds of stock require rich and abundant feed and careful attention without which they are less prolitable than common stock which will often thrive where the would starve Increased attention of capitalists as well as farmers is attracted to tobacco in this country is doing very well with the of Sumatra tobacco under awnings and Pennsylvania is about to undertake the growing of both and Cuban tobacco The of Florida in raising Cuban by inoculation with the Cuban bacteria were reported to be successful but commercially we have heard little or nothing of it it is not desired to direct the at tention of persons who are geographi cally prejudiced in the matter of to the amount of real Havana tobacco which is not imported The Pennsylvania Board of Agriculture will try to raise Cuban tobacco under awningsand one acre of ground to be equally divided between the Sumatra and the Cuban varieties is now being covered Pennsylvania farmers have been inflamed by that the tobacco raised in Connecticut in the shade was produced at accost of 25 cents a pound and sold an an of which was something of a disappointment to a few a av erage having been expected and as a thousand pounds can be raised on an acre parts of the State may he cover ed with white cotton cloth for there is nothing else except nfinerals that can be raised at a net profit of 1000 an acre American Cultivator Rrmnrl Make the kidneys wituFoleys I Kidney Cure C C arid J E Storines f Sr I e during advancing made theso diminish manufactured without require cr cattle selected former growing Connecticut production Sumatra experiments tobacco eminently perhaps cigars thestatement 125 kidneys arc saf uards of liCe healthy I 8 character I 1 I The EverReady Sensors Thrust Amongst our Exchanges Interesting Gossip from Neighboring Cities Bud Hays holiness church near Bradwell was burned Sunday night It is thought that it afire to get rid of Democrat D B Davidson of Skillman has swarms of wild bees on his farm He will soon make an effort to capture them and give them permanent homes where they can work for him instead of the coon hunters Hawesville Plaindealer A belief is growing here that there is no death you simply go to sleep and wake up in another sphere and take up the burden you lay down here and so on with the same work This may be comforting to many but to tile newspaper man it is hell for sar tain Ilawesville Plaindealer Mrs Jackson who was formerly the widow Henry has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a mess each of peas beets and pie plant and her little son Herald lIen ry delivered the goods so that he comes in for a share of the thanks Hazel Green Herald The exquisite beauty and delicate fragrance of our roses are beginning to be a thing of the past while the gathering of garden sass and the of the spider as it sings the spring chicken to that rich brownness and desired flavor that makes it such a toothsome viand is fast tilling up the time of ye writer Hazel Green While the show of Buckskin Bill was greatly improved over its former visit here it was conducted as a perfect skin game They had a large crowd and a number went up against their skin game and were robbed or short changed Tom Redden of V alley gave the concert ticket seller a 100 bill and a 20 bill for smaller bills to accommodate when he up his smaller bills they only mounted to 30 Yanceburg Sun When the Harrodsburg people get the question of Sunday burial we may expect them to take up the question as to which is the best day of the week to die on Most would prefer topostpone such an event til the last day and last hour of the week and some accommodating dying sinners for the convenience of the preachers and undertakers who generally get paid for their work might agree to let them select the day Its a small matter to be choicy about Ilarrodsburg Democrat We give a case that truly happened near this town and can be vouched for We will call him Jimmie He had committed some offense and was to be punished He begged to be to go to his room which was permitted The mother followed and listened outside Jimmie got on his knees at his bedside and made this prayer Dear Lord if you love boys and want to help one is your time Needless to say the prayer was answered Herald Ledger Miss Bonnie Staples happened to serious aocident on last Friday evening She was cooking rice on the kitchen stove and was in the act of stirring it when the lid flew oil the ceiling and causing the hot steam to fly in her face and ing them very badly Her eyes have been so badly swollen that she could not see anything for several days She is unable to sit up and still lies in a critical condition She has the of the entire community Trimble Democrat Saves a AVomuna Life To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorches ter Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discovery forConsumption and was completely curod Sufferers from Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure is guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m Happiness is ever a byproduct Dont Fail To Try This Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for systems Electric Bitters cures Kinney and Liver Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness and expels Malaria Satisfaction guar by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co 50 cents Stolidity is not always solid ty The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience to that which has happened in every neighborhood theUnited States and has been told and retold by thousand of others He says Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Chember Iains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy whiclr I used according to directions and with entirely results The trouble was con trolled much quicker than former when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a weir known citizen of Henderson N C For sale by R J3 McRoberts druggist 1 1m some oueset BudClinton many music Herald himand counted settled people allowed little out now a- very striking eyes burns sympathy trouble doctors kidneys rundown positively Troubles Rheumatism Neuralgia anteed Paint Lick Only similar almost satisfactory attacks I 4S 45 U 1 y f r A MHM I in Tr And say salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as BucklensArnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures ofPilcsBurnK Boils Corns Felons UlcersCutsScalus Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 2ac at R F McRoberts Lancaster Fish drug Store Paint Lick 1m I Gods yea waits for our amen Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings NewLifePills They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 23c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m I t Candor is not always truth Mothers Always Keep It Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indigestion Verona Mo Two grew better at once and now at the age of seventysix eats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy waste time symptoms Go after the cause If your stomach is sound your health will be good Kodol rests the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It own tonic Ignorance is not holiness Acts Immediately Colds are sometimes more in summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling ofT after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once safe Acts immediately Sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles Soldiers tell us that those who are hurtthe worstare not the ones thatcry the loudets Poisoning The System It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities keeps these poisons in the causing headache dullness and melanchollia at first then unsightly eruptions and finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied De Witts Little Early Risers prevent this by stimulating the liver and easy healthy action of the bowels These little pills do not act violently but by strengthening the bowels enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress One may be old in hours but young in years if he has lost no time Vacation Days Vacation time is here and the chil are fairly living out doors There could be no healthier place for them You need only to guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy equals DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for quickly pain or removing danger of consequences For cuts scalds and wounds I have used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sores cuts and bruises says L B Johnson Swift Tex It is the best remedy on the market Sure cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of counterfeits Ingenuity of expression is oft times fatal silence is always safe The Perfect Liver Medicine Mrs M A Jolley Noble O T writes I have used Herbine for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend it as the moss perfect liv er medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is a medicine ot positive merit and fully accomplishes all that is claimed for it Malaria cannot find a lodgment in the system while the liver is in perfect order for one of its functions is to prevent the absorp tion of fever producing poisons Her bine is a most efficient liver regulator 50c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m The rain it gets up again in dew time The Worm Medicine H P Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and threw up all foodcould retain nothing on its stomach He bought one bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and it brought up 119 worms from the child Its the boss worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vermifuge is also the childrens tonic It improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m An ounce of diplomacy Is worth a pound of blunder The Best liniment for Sprains Mr F H Wells the merchant at Deer Park Long Island N Y says I always recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains 1 used it last winter for a se lameneess in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with the quick relief and cure it For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m A fools storehouse ot knowledge is quickly filled and when it is he thinks he knows it all Jule Wallace I am nsing a bx of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find them the best thing for my stomach I ever used says T W Robinson Jus tlce of the Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct dis ordersof the stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents per box For sale by B E Roberts druggist 111 sOlll othel Co s digestion I says L V Spalding Dont doctoring is natures troublesome Absolutely Constipation system trouble promote ren stopping serious fallsbut BoIS effected d v i 45 rears 4 4 45 44 45 4 45 ere 45 45 hit n I j a c HE WAS A BLUFFER Blafllnff Vn AliliitolXoveunnry mill It Carried lutz TliroiIt A successful Auburn man tells the follouingstor3 of his own experiences says the Lewiston Me Journal 1 wanted to get some money to go to college says he antI the only way was to earn it I had no trade which made it bad I resolved that I would try what bluffing would do I went to Boston and after awhile I struck a job as meat cutter When T went into the store the proprietor asked me what I could do and 1 told him I could cut meat He a good meat cut ter and I hired out with him I had seen men cut meat but had never cut any myself So when I took up a knife to work it was not to be wondered at that my employer called me to He was on his ear as they say and I cant say I blame him Look here young man he said that aint the way to cut meat Wen said I thats the way they cut meat up in Vermont J dont care he replied this is not Vermont 1 want you to understand that if are going to cut meat in Boston votive got to cut it the way we cut it And with this he took the knife and the saw mid showed me how they cut meat in Boston I de tained him as long as I could and J never tried to remember anything half so hard J guess I grasped the situation for I remained there as meat cutter sev eral months When I struck Auburn I had an idea I would go to work in the shoe factories I went to every factory save one and stated my desire I didnt knowoiny part of the business and I got the cold shoulder Many of the foremen took my name and ad dress and said whun they wanted a man they would send I guess they havent wanted a man since at any rate they havent sent for me When I entered the last shop I was desperate and I resolved to try my old gajne of bJuff They asked me what T could do and I told them I was a cutter adding that was very sure I could please them They set me to work 1 went slow at first for I was watching to see how the fellows did it ly good luck I got on to the cutting without spoiling much leather and before many days I conlu cut uppers with the best of them I worked there two years and when J left to enter college they seemed sorry to have me go Since then I have graduated from college and here I am following my profes able to hoe my row with toy live liest competitor QUARTEIftLr REPORT OF TilE Ul AT Tile CLOSE OF BUSINESS MONDAY JUNE 30th 1902 KESOUKCKS Loans and Discounts Overdraftssecured Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Banks 102 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due Banking House and Lot Heal Estate Mortp ge Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds Specie r 321 Exchange for Clearings as cash Furniture nUll Fixtures Fund to pay Tuxoa Current Expenses Last S LIABILITIES Capital Stock paId In la Undivided profits as follows viz Deposits subject to check on is not 470 Deposits subject to check on interest is Demand certificates of Time certificates of de posits on which In terest is Savings deposits on which is paid Certified Checks Due National Banks Due Trust Cashiers Checks oat standing rediscounted Unpaid dividends and paidAmount 10211 1 8 MSO 33 ii 1021C 81 Wi 40 1700000 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder or firm including in the liability of the or firm the of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such ex 20 cent of capital stock ac tuully paid in and amount of surplus of bank fJlOUJO How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured real estate mort gage on 5EJO acres of land valued at foO per acre Highest amount of indebtedness of or oflicer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 1C per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 1000 00 How is same secured 800 by good personal security 200 vendors on acres land valued at 50 per acre Does amount of Indebtedness of person company or firm including In the or the liability of the individual members exceed SO of paidup capital and actual surplus Were all expenses losses taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring dlvl was not less than 10 cent of net profits bank for covered by the dividend car to the surplus fond before dend was declared ICG State of Kentucky County of Garrard us W G Peoples Bank Paint Lick a Bank doing business in the town of Paint Lick lu said county being duly sworn says that the forego Is all respects a true statement of the condition of at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1902 to the best of his belief and fursays that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made compliance with an official received 30thdayreport be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G Kemper cashier the 1st of 1902 Moore Notary Public for Garrard My commission expires May 24 1905 Kemper Cashier R L Arnold jB G Guyn Directors JB J IU a andwent account for mc Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky 81 G9111 u Currenc 00 ii960 00 curr 115m c 1I2S 2t1 I 89 whichInterest 47021St Du andBankers c com indebted nest an cent ofthe a 23 o in W G s O S D B c t t t wanted you ion ther S 22 72 19 l5- CO7at tct239 1281 1- 1ueDcposttors axes sUPrLII3IESTAUY eeds 4 i t her 1 That period of life known as the Change j S affects the health seriously Often it affects the mind as well as the body In some cases the suffering is very severe and prolonged and life seems a burden instead of a blessing There is no woman passing through the critical period of the change of life who will receive help from the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription In almost every case it will cure the pains and suffering and per manently reestablish the general health j If U r A Itwrites Sirs Charles E Thompson of U Georgetown Eldorado Co Calif I from y I I all the troubles one could have and live I had j I E stomach trouble lived on dry bread and hot water ffor three months not able to keep any my stomach had constipation and awful headache j was bloated at in the bowels hail pain in the chest anti hacking cough but thanks to Dr Pierce I am not troubled any more Since last October I have traveled over haul rocky roads n farm wagons J caused aching from head to foot As to the Common Sense Medical Adviser I am very thankful for it Iwould not be without your book if I had to pay five dollars for one of them s I think it is the best family lector book that I ever saw and would advise every lady who has not one of your most reliable and useful books to atonce for one I know that she would never regret sending for it especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All cor respondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce N Y If you are led to the purchase of Favorite Prescription because of its remarkable cures of other women do not accept a substitute f which has none of these cures to its credit Df Pierces Pleasant Peslefs are easy and pleasant to take A most effective faxatfye ffo I I is very trying to many women It generally VII i I I lf I 1Ii I i i I eo foodon t I DrPiercesI n r I Sickwomen I i Buffalo I f I I 4 not ftJ Prescription On and after June ist we will close out our large stock of goods AT COST FOR CAS II It consists of 10000 WORTH OF Dry Goods Notions Shoes Cloth ing Furnishing Goods Hats Tinware Cooking Stoves Queensware Furnituae Sewing Machines Wagons Plows Culti vators Double Shovels Wagonma supplies Bugg Rimsand Spokes Etc Etc AT COST except Gro ceries and Drugs Come early and get the choice of the lines J X DUNN CO Bryautsville Ky AT COST Hardware Everything kers First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING Having had many years I can guaranteee every job of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store G193m experience e Aetna Queenlalatine National Hartford Coniieticut German American PJicnix of UrooTifoH Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British A Merciiantile Aetna Life Ins Co of HartfortCora KJ r Inni FU11O1ll GOIllDanics IU1iffl4JL- Rgihiii a S g LEWIS Y VEIL President QG lQ S G3ti J S RomxsoN Vice Prest t ORGANIZED 1883 The GIT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK o Of LANCASTER KY 2 CAPITAL 50000 SLliPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIOXEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavcll J S Robinson E F Hudson J J Walker T N Arnold NS W s s s LEA I t 0 00S w 4 TO POULTRY RAISERS Tse UOYAL TOlLTRY MIXTrRKagiur unteed cure for Cholurn and Koii anti it 0s producer ROYAL LICE KILLER the greatest insect destroyer known Try them the Agent wanted Cull on oraddresj Arlc Smith General Agent Lan caster Xy 0vim S BEAZLEY That tet wonderful IDEISTTIST IIOflice over Dr Kinnalrls oiic site Iresljyterlnu church Danville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages U The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORM ES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 0 0 N 0 0 0 0 I493 0 0 2 ice lrest g 2 Bookkeeper- Come To Us FOR Correct Styles Handsome Patterns LOW PRICESO- ur Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D TILLETT a nd