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THE CENTRAL RECORDTIlIKTEKXTll YEAH LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 10 1902 zumi1 3 yl r 1 Items of Local Interest The mad dog scare didnt last long Nearly all the wheat has been Its next week Richmond Fair Drilling has begun Now croaking The sound of the drill is sad com pany to the croaker Not a drunk in town the Ith Oh patriotism where art thou The City Council met Monday even ing und transacted some minor busi Two more communications bearing no names were received this week Wont you ever learn 3ol Billy Burton is having some of his line horses docked the work being done by an experienced hand from Richmond This office has just turned out a big lot of checks notes etc for the Bank at Paint Lick and we defy any shop to do a better job Another 150 excursion to Cincin nati Sunday You have all day in the city and there are attractions Train leaves Lancaster at 544 a in The wheat crop is turning out much better than was expected Theres always a cry of short crop but somehow it comes out all right after all Its strange but nevertheless true criticism of a news paper comes from the skinflints who send over and borrow their neighbors paper Holding For 1 Wheat is being cut and most of it is being stored the farmers believing they will get a dollar later on Marks bury Son tell us they are storing large quantities and most of their warehouse will be taken up this way Louisville Louis dram has put a new head on the CKN TKAH RKCOUD which considerably im prunes the appearance of his excellent paper lie has also bought a large quanitjof new type Recently he a line new Gordon job press Time Lancaster writer is a hustler Cynthiana Democrat The CEK TKAI RECORD Lancaster has a brand new head but the old head of its ed itor though somewhat battered and flyspecked is as good as new harvested ness Peoples many that all More Times Edi tor i i r i 1 j i t adverse t 1 r t C t Tally for Ietord- E Lan- E k installed i Well good people remember the big Elks Fair and Carnival at Rich mond all next week Walloped Km The Villiamsburg base ball team defeated the Lancaster boys to S Saturday The visiting boys put up a rattling good game Accepted Call Elder ITolton O Frank of Lexing ton has accepted the call of the Som erset Christian church of Montgomery county He is a graduate from University and is not yet twen ty years of age Thank black Mr Louis Landram of Lancaster was in Danville yesterday lie is the editor and proprietor of the Lancaster RECOUD and has recently equipped his office with some splendid new lie is one of the brightest edito rial writers in Kentucky Well Fixed Alex Miller is well supplied with hacks having two of the best He meets all trains and if if you will call up No 122 he will call for you at any time day or night His closed carriage is nice and comfortable and rates are way down low Deserving Young Men As stated last issue Messrs Theo Currey Jr and R L Davidson have purchased and taken clarge of the T Currey store These young men are energetic pushrng gentlemen who de serve encouragement TIm RECOUP bespeaks for them a liberal share of patronage natural hustlers and will succeed Old Colored Soldiers llnppr Capt Harris the wellknown show and picnic man together with Dan liogie John Floyd and GeoLeav gave a picnic Friday to which all the old colored soldiers were invited and given a big dinner free of charge About sixty were fed and they were a happy set of old fellows The Camp Nelson band made tine music Mr J W Algeo of the Artesian Well Supply Co Providence R arrived Saturday to begin work on the artesian well which is to supply the town with water The machinery ar rived Monday and judging from the size of the ponderous drill he will soon do what that fellow at Stanford said Hit water h 1 or China in a very short time He is very sanguine of success and says it will not take long to find a stream that will till the contract If he succeeds he is to re coivc two th dollars but unless water is found in certain quantities he gets nothing ti Kentucky machinery Theyarc Yon ell ncglllH I hereabouts Drilliub sand 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 I i t I WO IEN WANTED I r t 1 I j F I- jTHEXLOOAXDRYXGOOj The biggest thing on wheels the Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival all next week Wren Wanted One of the road masters of this of the L and N told us the company had much trouble in securing labor during the hot weather He said they frequently had to send out and hunt laborers The company pays well but Kastus is not there in Everybody Getting Them The telephone has grown in popu larity until now almost everybody has a phone in their house and you can talk to any part of the county The advantages of an instrument are so many that it would be folly to to mention them The service in this county is the best in Kentucky and far the cheapest Try It Here Squire James F Barkley had war rants issued one day last week against fourteen negroes for loitering on the streets of Nicholasville Judge Crutch er fined each of them from 1 to 10 The city and county officials are de termined to break up the practice which has always been a great nuis Journal Wonder whats become of Daws is heard almost every day the refer ence being to our good old friend M D Hughes who went west a few weeks ago to grow up with the coun try or let the country grow up with him we dont know which It does look like he should remember TIlE RKCOKD with a letter Not In Hot Weather During the Spring many colored men left Lancaster and went to work on the K C railroad near Covington As soon as this spell of hot weather set in they began to sneak back until almost every one is back lounging about the Chute Most of these men work well in winter but the sun takes the temper out of them After a lingering illness Mr Henry Ball died at his home near town last Friday The deceased was a farmer and a widelyknown man lie was re lated to many families all over the country He was an honest man in his dealings liberal hearted and honest After appropriate services the remains were buried at the Lancaster Cemetery A Good Trick E W Arnold and Geo T Arnold have invented a fastening to hold traces on the single trees of buggies which bids fair to make them some money It consists of a wire spring so arranged that the traces can be slipped in position and removed in a moments time It is securely held in position and there is absolutely no danger of its coming loose They Liked Him One of our ministers preached to his sweltering congretion for only fifteen minutes Sunday morning and its safe to say they are ready to stand by him now through thick and thin It goes withoutsaying that he was not preach ing on the shortcomings of his hearers or they would have been there yet lie was evidently talking on the credit side of the ledger Judge Suullcy Announce Elsewhere in this issue of Till EEC OUD will be found the announcement of Judge M C Saufley for reelection as circuit judge In a recent issue of this paper we dwelt length on the oflicial conduct and ex cellent qualifications of Judge Saufley so will not repeat here what was so recently said Everybody in the knows Judge Saufley and his splen did services as judge speak for Young Rim Grocery Danville has a unique commercial firm composed of two young ladies who have purchased the retail grocery business of Mr R P Stevens The proprietors are Miss Mary Benge aged sixteen who is the daughter of Mr Rice Benge a liveryman and Miss Mattie Coultera cousin of MissBenge The latter is seventeen years of age and from Nicholasville The firm is entirely on its own resources and the young ladies have entire business charge The Place To Go ji Every business man should make it a ofnt to take a few days off from work I during the summer A fellow can cooped up in his den until he shopworn he thinks of nothing but business and we have known some men who had been pretty clever fel lows to get crabid and as mean as the devil and think the world was resting on their shoulders The thing to do is break away for a few days go over to Crab OrchardSpringsand get a change The water will give you a good spring cleaning the change of diet will build you up you will get several good coo nights sleep and come back to your treadmill with renewed vigor know better how to treat people and have a lot of the rqbbed oft your back Crab Orchard Springs is one of the most delightful places in the Unite States and the rates are very reason able indeed Go over and try this You will have telephone service from the Springs office right intoyour place of business hero qt home summer attempt anceJessamine Guesn IleM Lout Itall atconsiderable Girls becomes moss t division r straightforward county themselves Temperance ICally Rev A R Moore assisted by the W C T U will hold a temperance rally at Buckeye next Saturday at three oclock All are coraally invited to be present Come everybody The Pasteur Treatment Frank Lackey the colored man bit ten by the dog last week left for Chi cago to take the above treatment While there is some doubt as to the dog being mad yet have been a mistake to take chances on it This is a wonderful treatment and has made some remarkable cures The treatment should be taken as soon as possible after being bitten as there is danger in delay Neither Mr Gill or Lackey have returned but reports say they are getting along nicely and reached the treatment in time to pre vent serious results A Rig Flail Mrs Stella ONeal Ilnbble writes to her many friends in Lancaster a de scription of a big fish caught at Rock castle Springs in Rockcastle river This was a cat fish measuring 48 inches in length 2G inches around the body eight inches across the mouth ten inches across the head and weigh ing GO pounds It was caught by a hired man at the hotel We had ten pounds of it baked for dinner and it was delicious Wish many of ourLan caster friends could have been here to have enjoyed it with us Happened In Lancaster Here is the latest going the rounds of newspaperdom A donkey stepped into a store and the owner approach eel the beast and asked What are you doing here You know this is no place for a donkey I am here said the donkey because I saw your advertisement on the fence that my pasture I know you too must be a donkey or you would place your advertisement in a newspaper where it would be read by people not donkeys Being lonesome today I thought I would be neighborly and make a fraternal call Hoiv Lancaster Will Look Danville News Editor Landram of the Central Record is hot under the collar In last weeks issue of his he dwells at great length on Dan villes prospects of getting an of the Southern Railway from Burgin to this city lie heads his Just Too Cute and Danville Friends Would Work a Rabbits Foot But Theres Many a Slipetc Bro Landram has cause to excited for if Danville succeeds in her efforts his town will be made to look like a small part of thirty cents Mr Ciirrcy Retires After many years of active business pursuits Mr Theodore Currey has sold his grocery store to Messrs Theo and R L Davidson as was advertised in last issue of this paper If the figures were given they would doubtless show that Mr Currey has sold more groceries than any man in Central Kentucky He name to from Harrodsburg and for forty years has been in the grocery business No man enjoys higher respect from the people than does he nor is there a better man in any community THE RECOIID sincerely trusts that a days rest will restore Mr Currey to health and strength for such men are needed in the community The Base Ball The Richmond Elks came down and played a pretty game of ball with the local team While the score was 11 to 4 in favor of Lancaster yet the game was a hot one from start to finish It is regretted that the boys came on the 4th as half the of the town had gone away to spend the day Another cause for the small attendance was the excessive heat The the bare ground was very uncomfortable for a hot day and few people cared to sit in the broiling sun with their knees jammed under their chin in order to see a ball game The visitors were given as pleasant a reception as was possible and the Lancaster people are loud in praising their gentlemanly and good playing Mad Dog Scare For a few days there was much talk about the mad dog which bit several people in town and Mayor Kinnaird ordered that all dogs be taken up and kept chained for thirty days While it is true that there is an occasional case of hydrophobia yet nine times in ten the socalled mad dog has strayed and every one who sees him takes a shot at him or in some way scares him and by the time the poor thing has traveled half a mile the cry mad dog has put on their metal and he is shot and beaten to death Those who know what they are talking abont say a mad dog wili not approach but on the other hand strikes a bee line for water In most every case a dog bites a person simply because the person is molesting animal and the poor thing is trying to protect The ordinance or proQlamation of the Mayor will have a good effect however and if all worthless canines ordered killed it would be a wise move We will venture the assertion that there are one hundred dogs be ing in Lancaster today on which no Is pqld it would surrounds paper Probably become CurreyJr Lancaster Friday population grand stand deportment from nome everybody anyone the tar J extension article few 3 7 Itself were harbored l New Firm Owing to my health failing me I have sold out my stock of goods to Theo Currey Jr and R L Davidson who will continue the business at the old stand I want to thank all of friends who have so liberally pat ronized me in the past and ask a con tinuance of the same liberal share of their patronage for the new firm July 1st 1902 Respectfully Theo Currey Sen The Carnival Content Interest in the contest for Queen of the Elks Fair Carnival at Rich mond is at a white heat The Rich mond boys are working like Turksbut Lancasters fair nominee Miss Brad ley is right up at the front of the race Notwithstanding the fact that she has the field against her the Lan caster boys believe she will win the Contest and be the Queen It is im possible to come to see the people so if you want to help swell up this office and we will send you all the tickets you want Votes are tine cents each and anybody can vote whether they are Elks or not The voting closes next Saturday night at eleven oclock When the vote was counted Mon day Miss Florrie Chenault was 1000 Miss Bradley 600 and Miss Smith MS the rest remaining about the same as last week You Can Judge From This We were disappointed in getting all the pictures for our write up of the recent cyclone but the followinggives so true an idea of the storms peculiar and destructive work that we print it late as it is The tree is only a few teet from the house The entire sec the votering mold y ond story was swept away the first story arid the tree being left without the slightest harm A Great Vocal Contest Will be held at Danville on July 1902 Experience gained from contests has made it possible to as sure the public that this will be in respects one of the most events of the midsummer The pro gram will not only be well tilled but also have singers of regonized talent on the list Three prizes twenty ten and five dollars in gold will be award ed to the successful contestants The young ladies of the Babtist Sunday school will have charge PKEACHERSVILLE J H Thompson sold some hogs for 7 cents J S Pettus bought 12 cattle in Rock castle last week J C Fox sold i good steers to Jake Robinson for 4c J A Ledford sold a sow and pigs P Grimes for 26 W H Brown bought a carload of nice lambs in Pulaski last week Acton and Grant of Lancaster were here tosee a patient one day last weekW D Elmore and J B Hutchins bought 4 head of cattle from J P Rog ors for 75 J F Holtzclaw sold about 100 barrels of corn Baughman for 325 per barrel Thos Breedlove made his seventh move last week this year lie is now with Dave Thompson The public schools here will com mence the 14th inst Preachersville school A T Lunceford school Miss Lizzie Pettus teacher Harmans Lick J B Hutchins teach er Mrs Maggie Hobbs of Lancaster is here preparing to go to New Mexico- to her sister Prof Bishop and wife have gone to Harrodsburg to at tend the Teachers Institute at that place J L Kennedy is some better though he still has a severe pain in the top of his head We hope he will soon be well J L Hutchins and wife spentSunday at For real good water kind treatment and plenty to eat Dripping Springs Kennedyhashas been at work Joe Pettus and wife of Spriengfield have been here for a few days Mrs Holtzclaw was visiting her mother Mrs Pettus Sunday Miss Alzie Brown of Rockcastle has been visit ing the Misses Thompson few days JW Cummins of Lancaster was with home folks Sunday to- W Drs to J II teacher obbs see B D for a Dripping Springs visiting IS MONEY HAY BALI NGo LIGHTNING 0 HayPresses o Are sold by us on easy terms fourpay 0 ment contract We A know of parties who are clearing from two to three hundred dol 0 lars in one season J R HaseMen I 0 o 0 o 0 IN 0 0 2 Oo 2 2 2 o 2 o o 2 0 040OOO0o0000060 0iQ Th ERE e 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0o A Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line o f FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in th town Prices low L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law S Life insurance policies bought 0 jr for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and V A BEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS t tta R 0 upward C 000000000000ooo ocaa-v 0 00000 i Wear Cool Clothing tnrntarnrnrnrnrmnrnrnrnrnrmnrmnrmnr mmmmnrmmmmmmmmmmmmmF 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 lIens 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 ofunlined 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 E a E 1 r I T Logan The One Price Clothier and Furnisher f I iUWWIUWWII Tt I 1 I We Can Save Money For You I 0 0 0 0000000000000000 000000 E1 0n When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIKvS PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact llnorii 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 00 0 0 BalD IIa 00 00 000 Irnl rrtlrn I i 4 Q 0o p O 0 ll OWe p0 o 0p 0 0 0 O R Li tt3 4 00000L- u ij CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM tillered at Vie Peat Office in Lancaster Ay as SrcontJChtss Mail Matter Lancaster Ky July 10 IQ02 Boo ILvuuY SOMMERS prints the following truthful lines in that good paper the Elizabethtown News The annual meeting of the Press Association is always the occasion of slighting and unkind on the part of a few who either have not the time or inclination to attend these annual gatherings or else have grown too big in their own opinion to associ ate with the country editor What ever short comings there are could be better rectified by the attendance of these critics than by their illnatured snarls Such men as Westover Mea chain Lewis Allen Brown Watkins McCarty Hart Babbage Howard and scores of other reputable newpaper men are regular attendents at the meetings of the K P A and are as worthy to represent the craft in any capacity as those who annually get oil their roasts The interlopers are rarer now in the press meetings than ever before and the editor of this paper can speak from twentyfour years experi ence Much more business is trans acted than was accomplished a quarter of a century ago As an instance we cite the passage of the general adver tising law which was the direct of the last meeting of the K P A There is another marked improve ment in these annual reunions there is absolutely no drunkenness which in our earlier association with the press was the disgrace of the fra ternity We would again advise these critics to keep their pens off their brother workers and we cordially to them an invitation to the meeting at Owensboro this month ONE of the delightful events of the Press Association meeting in Owens boro on the 22nd will be an address by Col W C P Breckinridge After urgent solicitation by the executive committee the Colonel said he would make an address to the boys This will will be a treat indeed Some may sling slurs at Col Breckinridge but he has forgotten more than they will ever know He is a man of brains and his talk will be of great interest HAUUY G TANDY an old man has announced as a candid ats for democratic nomination for Secreary of State His many news paper friends delight in telling their readers that Harry is a fine man and one who will discharge the duties of the JUIce faithfully and efficiently THE many friends of Col W P Walton of the Lexington Democrat are glad to know that he is rapidly improving and will soon be well of the injuries received by falling down a flight of stairs in that city recently Were he not a total abstainer that tall would look a little suspicious THE usual number of Fourth of Ju ly accidents were reported the urchin hard all around The boy is as proud of the wounds received in this way as Roosevelt would be of one he might have in whipping the Spaniards IF Hero Hobson could not resist kissing the girls in other states we dont see how he kept hands off when lie saw the pretty girls at Lexington last week Those in charge of the Hobson exhibit must have put a or nose bag on Richard A LEXINGTON paper says this year has been a record breaker for the banks in that city Yes and the investment companies over there have been a poorman breaker this I year too newspapermen result extend newspaper received muzzle Kentucky remarks soften average 0 a MT HEBRON Mr W D Scott is very sick at this writing Miss May Scott is very sick with peritonitisThe rains did much damage to the crops in this section Mr Wm Onstott bought a nice horse from Wm Bourne price 8750 Mrs Lucy Montgomery sold a bunch of lambs to Mr Curt Robinson at octs per pound Mr Erasemus Allen sold five shoats to Eugene Rubles of Jessamine for 25 and bought a horse of same party for S50 Miss Ella Wills of Harrodsburg will begin school at Sunny Side Monday Miss Fannie Jackson of Lexington will also begin at Nell and Miss Edna Scott at Locust Grove Mr Win Grow of Judson was in our midst Sunday afternoon Mr Steve Vanderpool and Erasemus Allen spent Sunday with friends in Mercer county Miss Edith Montgomery spent last week with her cousin Miss Leola Scott Quite a number from here attended the Masonic Lodge in Jessamine Saturday Miss Edna Scott returned home last Sunday from visit with Miss Lena Rogers near Danville Miss Mary Montgomery accompanied by Mr II L Thompson visited friends near Danville last and Sunday HAMMACK Mrs C W Murphey has been on the sick list for several days Miss Lytha Hammack sold one milk cow to Wm Faulkner for 30 Mr and Mrs A J Hammack visited at Mrs S E Hammack Tuesday Mr S B Henry was at Hammack last week in search of bladkbeiries Mrs S E Hammack and Miss Lytba Ham mack attended church afc Fairview Sunday Miss McDowell from county visited Miss Lettie Parson last week MissKannie Pope from Barbour ville called on Miss Lythe Ilammack Thursday evening Mr Web Faulkner passed through this vicinity last week selling washing nia- cniues Mr Ernest Brown was here last week in the interest of THE RE COUD VILLE Dr W M Elliott sold two horses to J A Wood for 8200 and bought one horse from J A Wood for 100 Quite a number from here attended the camp meeting at Sunday Mrs Isom from Willmore visited her sister Mrs Dr Armstrong laso week Mr Will Wolfork wife and mother and Mrs Tucker of Lexington have been the guests of Mrs Eliza Ballard the past week Miss Jennie Gulley of Hyattsville has been vigifc ing friends here the past week Miss Swdeney of Lancaster visited Miss Nillie Dunn Sunday Mesdames Dunn Haseldeu Johnson and John Ballard and children spent last with Mr and Mrs B F at Miss Nellie Cook who has been visiting Mrs Ed Owens has returned to her home at Burgin Misses Maret left last week for a three weeks visit RockcastleSprings Quite a number of our young will form a house party in at the home of Mr H Frasa from July 12th to jythMrandMrs George Burk and niece of Somerset are the guests of his brother Logan Burk Miss Mary Smiley of Dan vine is spending several days with Mrs E H Burk this week Mr and Mrs W J Hagan visited relatives in Stanford last week Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn are in Louisville this week Miss Marian Dunn is visiting bey cousin Marie Ballard Lancaster Mr Will Dunn was overcome white working in his garden last week he is now doing very wejl s t y harness Saturday t Bourbon BRYAN S Vn more Wednesday Jennings people Richmond Danville near b CYLCONES SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT IT OFF TOO LONG 9 J II I1Wi Wfflilffi1Ii WJrtfffti TJQiiflfiff 1 810lJjJiriiJ XJjtfJJlfj G roWeo mayoooo o oo O a J 3IA11KSBU11Y W P Tuggle sold six cattle to C A Robinson Charlie Durham sold two calves to David Swope for 2750 A son came to the home of Mr and Mrs Win Parks last week Mrs S C Norris is spending the week with relatives in Lancaster John Parks sold to John Hampton- a sow and eight pigs for 2250 Joe Pollard bought a five year old gelding from Nathan for 05 Rev Wm Stallings Mr M F Rout at tended the Gth Sunday meeting at Stanford Saturday Robert Humphreys sold to Prof Rogers of the D D Institute of Danville a good horse for 100 James Parks bought of If D Aid ridge one good steer for 30 one from T I Herring 20 one heifer from Joe Briscoe and one heifer from J B Kemper at Sic Misses Sallie and Mollie Wood of Lexington spent several days last week with their brother Mr John Wood Mr Monta Fox wife and children of Danville and Mr George Smith and son of Lancaster were royally entortainid Sunday by Mrs Sallie Fox and son LOWELL Mrs Mary Hardwick is on the Rick list this week Mrs Susie Parks is much better and able to be out again The farmers are very busy and some of them are behind with their work Mr Jesse Parks is much better at this writing and is out looking after his business Mrs John Broaddus who has been very sick is some better at this time and we hope will be able to be out in short time J M Meadows and family visited relatives Sunday down on Paint Lick creek Miss Martha Henderson vis ited Miss Ollie Hackley last week Mr Oscar Boyle and wife of Point Leavell visited Daddy Brown There were a number of Wil liamsburg boys in Lowell Friday and from their talk about Berea and the boys must be pretty good ball players Mr Mike Hurt while playing ball Saturday got too hot and is not at all well at this time Mr Ike Doris and wife visited Mr and Mrs Egbert Lewis Saturday and Ed Faulkner died of cramp colic July 7th at 10 oclock a m Robert Hall and family will move back to Bellcounty next week Mr and Mrs Booth Sutton visited W H Furr Sunday afternoon There will be preaching at Good Hope next Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Murrel Wm Coldiron has been employed to teach the free school at Lawsons and will begin Monday Jujy 14 Dan Garrett plowed one of his to death Saturday The beautiful city Cartersville a boom at present over the oil bus inessJ Sanders bought a very nice bunch of hogs in county last week Little Rosa L Allen daughter of G B Allen is very sick at this writing Wilder and son Lillard from Buckeye came to this place Wednes day night to buy lumber of J B and on returning home the follow lug morning one of his fine horses was taken sick and died immediately worth 150 Mrs Napier is very ill Mrs J P Long and daughters Misses Cora and Nora of Kirksville came to Carters ville last Sunday to enjoy the finewa ter and spent the afternoon with Mrs C S Roope T B Carter is very sick at this time There will be here next Sunday at the Christian church by Bro Lunsford Mrs Dr Perkins is at Richmond spending a few days with her motherinlaw John Green W D Hammack and Miss Milda Napier of this place spent the nth of July at East Bernstadt and a fine time Miss Bernice Ross the belle of Buckeye is the charming guest of her cousins Misses Gertrude and CLrisman Roope Quite a crowd of young men called on the Misses Roope to meet her cousin Miss Ross last Sunday afternoon Two Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney for about two years writes A H Davis of Mt Sterling la but two bottles of Poleys Kidney Cure ef fected a permanent cure C C and im at Noe 15 Sunday Lancaster Sunday schoolhouse horses Rocl castle A C Carter preaching reported complaint E 31c M FLAT WOODS CARTERSVILLE an Storms C a WALLACETON Received too late for last Issue C H Baker delivered to E L Woods nice bunch of hugs at Gc Last Saturday evening the vehicle in which Wm Asher and Billy Fish were riding was blown of the men was seriously was broken however and they all of water At half past nine oclock on the night of the 25th ult this section was visited by a cyclone which left behind it a track of almost total destruction about a quarter of a mile in width The barn of John Ponder was entirely destroyed but neither of the horses killed Next the residence a two log house in which were sleeping Mr Ponder his wife and six children and his aged father was completely wrecked A 14yearold son and the aged father was so seriously wounded that they died in a few hours Mr Ponder had his collar good broken and was considerably bruised otherwise AH of the others were hurt some quite seriously but uot fatally The residence of J H Mitchell a threeroom boxed house in which were Mr Mitchell Jack Stephens Bil ly Aunt Polly Middle ton was literally hurled to pieces not a part of it being left on the pillars One of the sills was thrown into the creek 400 yards awy Neither of the occupants was seriously hurt Jack Stephens Billy Ballard and their bee landed in a pile As soon as Billy could get a few words together ho said Say Jack for the Lords sake less go summers and Jack didnt ob ject Allen Weavers house was next to be entirely destroyed Mr Weaver wife and two daughters were in itbut got out of the wreck without being seriously injured An unimportant but remarkable fact is that in each o the wrecks the clocks were found un injured although nearly all of the furniture was damaged or entirely de stroyed Just before dark on Saturday fol lowing a hurricane could through crossing the track of the cyclone near where Mr Mitchells house formerly stood The principal damage done by it briefly stated is about as follows The home of Priscilla Branson partial ly destroyed but no one seriously hurt The houses of Dan and George Gab bard James Wells and Grider Wale lace all either removed from or turned around so as to front road differently Rather aristocratic wind Robt Gentrys two story frame house almost wrecked kitchen blown clear away one half of the remaining roof across the pike and the front side of house blown out remained in the building and were Lewis Botkins and blown away He and family left and went to his fathers just be foreJ B Wallaces big barn unroofed and partly blown down portico torn away from house and placed over his well and the rest of the house severely shaken No one hurt Some dozen or so were away in the but so fai as Jieard from no stock killed save two hogs 2 sheep and chickens without number More orchards shade trees and tine l o False Claiiis The proprietors of Fojeys Honey and Tar do not advertise this as a cure for consumption They do not claim to it will cure this dread com plaint in advanced cases but do posi tively assert that it curp jn thp curlier stages and never falls to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy Refuse substitutesr C C and J E Stormes Jni j over but hurt Their jug lost theirsulphur story Ballard and I foundation contents torn vicinity will neither moped Occupants barns sur r f e young timber were destroyed than had been by all the storms combined for the last twentylive years Yet the vast damage done to property the bodily injury was so small that even the most skeptical must confess that the Hand of Protection was as plainly visible throughout as was that of destruction for which all should be grateful STONE Delayed Letter Rain has done great damage to the farmers in this section Sam Dunuan bought of A Sanders sow and 7 pigs for 818 Allen sold to Mr Ruble one sow pigs for 13 Sam Duncan sold to Sanders and Walker a bunch of hogs for ijc Quite an enjoyable crowd attended the fishing party Saturday afternoon Mr Isaac Thompson and Miss Beu lah Grimes of Lancaster visited Miss Myrtle Moberley last Sunday Mr George Johnson of Thigh Bridge the fishing party Saturday eve Carrie Sanders has re turned to her home near Hiattsville after a weeks visit to her cousins Misses Pearl und Jewell Sanders Mrs Mattie Roberts was the guest of her sister Mary Sanders last week Miss Anna Preston of Beuna Vista Is visiting Miss Lenine Preston Mr J M Sanders returned home after spending two weeks with her son J A Sanders of Hiattsville Mrs C S Sanders visited her mother Mrs Jen nie Walker of Hauley last week Mrs Sam Duncan visited her mother last week Master Jesse Sewall spent last week with his aunt Mrs Tinsy King of McCreary MANSE Wm Royston sold a work mule to W S Walker for 125 Misses Jonnie and Sue Higgins have been visiting relatives in Lower Gar ram Miss Hallie Royston visited the family of A A McKinney in Dan last week Miss Estelle Walk has been in Lexington for several weeks Leroy Kirkpatrick of South Carolina has returned home after a visit to the family of 0 T Wallace Several couples from here attended 3 picnic at Crab Orchard Friday Mrs Tom Palmer together with Misses Elsie Palmer and Ella Higginbotham visited Mrs Hence Burk last week Quite a painful accident happened to Jerry Higgins Monday lust He was trying to catch a horse that was away with his daughter the horse striking him and knocking him lifeless the horse entirely demolished the buggy uid threw Nellie out but nbc was uninjured MADISON INSTITUTE For Young Ladies- J V McGAHVKV JR Prea 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 TJie only female Gouge 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 and others of time worlds greatest ipstitutipns with record as nstructors Music de partment strong with instructors from the greatest Con servatories Scientific apparatus and general equipment of building first glass Freguent by the President on his In Egypt Palestine and EuropeSickness almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for our hand some catalogue 14Ct miraculously lone l I fling Miss running University considering attended ser exceptionally illustril travels 1i1HD IItJIIUJf FAINBAIIIJ Him OTIYfR ll AllIP9GflYt IJzYiLf ATil I WfRYBODf JS GOHMfi GATfiLOOtG Off APPUCATOft PI1EllHINIIIW NOW HEADY UGEDe V1The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering pA LSI Varnishes Brushes Etc Purest brands o- fan I Handsomest line ot VlALL PAPERS I we have ever shown S t Q 0 s 1 Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store PAINT have all kinds of kinds f of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line at the very lowest prices 0 1v possible F o o 0004000GOC OC 000vOOv0 Os O Osa aa oefOrO0 0 o oWe0 0 0 g House Paint t Wagon Paint- S Floor Paint Linseed Oil t Varnish 0 Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain V 0Roof4 We have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia and Sure Kill Bed bug poison 0v 0Q 0 FRISBIES DRUG STORE 4 0 0 0 n st a s o0 o 3 0- o Disinfectants 0 0 0 s0 J000 O OrO O O O O 0OI O OO 040 PillsIDontTake sure constipation by agitating the ytemp Jr1 il but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions m Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics HER compels continual and increasing doses to i attain results acts on ihfi liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER DOTTLE bowels the lvere iJ CRAB ORCHARD AND Racing Association I Wednesday Thursday July 23 24 25 Grounds in Kentucky New Ampitheatre Splendid Show of Stock Races Every Day for Catalogue A W BUCHANAN Sec F A I I R ettiest Write a k Fridays S 5 I tI- r A UntoFarm WORTH 0750 CiVEN FREE to the Most Popular Farmer in Canard County Beginning July 1St with every for merchandise at store I will give a ballot OH which to vote what harmer 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 iih i 1W21t3GJG t tt t i 1 rL Wagon zoo paid E F FOSTLEo-i I a r J w 1 i r r ill T Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In jj Mrs Mary Anderson is visiting friends here Miss Cora Ward is in Lexington relatives Mr Will Lusk is visiting his sister Mrs Lewis Walker Little Miss Dunn is visiting her cousin Miss Lettie Mae Mcloberts Miss Mary Gill and Mr Lewis Gill are in Chicago for a few days Miss Minnie Johnson began teaching nt Sycamore Valley Monday 7th Mr W B Burton has returned from several days visit to Russell Springs Misses Bessie Gullcy and Annie Yantis visited Miss Ethel West Sun diy Miss Brewer of ITarrodsburg has Ijcen visiting her sister Mrs Win Wai den Miss Lena Xicholas vine visiting Mr and Mrs II B Mrs Mote Robinson visited the family of Mr T B Robinson Thurs day Manville Advocate Miss Mary To y of Lancaster is visiting Miss Eliza Junes Mr Ben Lctchcr of New Y ork has been visiting his neicc Mrs Win R CiKik Mrs Letcher Owsley has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in London Mr Tim Anderson is spending weeks with his mother Mrs Susan Anderson W A Arnold and daughter Miss Nary are at Crab Orchard Springs for several days Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford is the handsome guest of Miss Chris tine Bradley Stanford Journal Misses Florence Burnside and Fannie Doty arc with L L Doty Mrs Oscar Parks of Middlcsboro is visiting her parents Judge Ephraim Jrown and wife Miss May Robinson of Marcellus visiting Miss Mattie Mae Robinson Stanford avenue Miss Mary Moss who has been on the sick list for sometime is very iiioh improved T If you owe me you II Ifyou have TI run an account since January you will most YT certainly be expected A to pay account at oncei I will not run longer Respt 1111 Ballon Son f I i People R igney is in i f H I Customers It takes cash to business I the good as well as bad Pleasefavor me with your presence and- S IJE i V a visiting t1 r c Campbell several t ToTI ust ray 4 runt am hitting at die a Miss Margaret Tomlinson enter tained a few friends Tuesday evening Miss Helen Talbott of Rockville Md is visiting Miss Elizabeth Miss Florence Darnall of Maysville arrives this week to visit Miss Flor cute Hams Mr and Mrs George Bruce of Dan yule visited Judge and Mrs Ephraim Brown Friday Mrs Dr Davis and daughter Rober ta of Mt Vernon are visiting Miss Fannie Bishop J Randolph Harris wife and baby spent several days with his relatives here this week Mr J Rice Brown and wife of Chi cago are guests of Judge Ephraim Brown and wife Miss Sallie White of Richmond Lancaster friends Friday and at tended the dance A handsome picture of Miss Chris tine Bradley appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Mr and Mrs T A Robertson of Cyn thiana have been visiting Mr Jesse Sweeney and wife Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Sicho lasville is visiting her cousin Miss Marguerite Kinnaird Harriett Yenetta and little sister of Lexington are visiting their aunt Miss Sallie Lou Myers John E Stormes attended a meet ing of the State Board of Pharmacy at Owcnsboro this week Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick has been Miss Fanny Doty Richmond avenue Mrs Dr Amon of Teatersville and Mrs E L Yantis of Winchester spent last week with Mrs Wm Lear Miss Katie Lee Denny is visiting relatives at Gallipolis Ohio and oth er points in that state and West Vir ginia Mrs Louise Arnold has returned from Frankfort where she has bfcn visiting her daughter Mrs Charles Mr Claude G Wherritt left Satur day for New Orleans where he has accepted a position with the L and N Railroad Miss Bessie Batson Is entertaining the following young ladies Misses Myrtle OBanon Chloe Baughman and Katie Mershon of Stanford We are glad to see our good friend IT M Ballou back at his place of after a tussle with illness lie was right ill for several days Mr R II Batspn gave a dining to the fplloving guests Mr and Robertson of Cynthiana Mr and Mrs Sweeney Judge andMrs J S Robinson Mrs Zimmer and daughter Miss E1 sic leve Sunday for Cincinnati where they will meet Mr Dimmer and son Charles who have returned from sev eral months visit to Germany Mr W T Woolfolk and family Mrs T A Woolfolk Mrs George Murphy and Mrs Tucker of Lexington are visiting the family pf T L Broaddu this week Mrs J E Wolford Mrs U Ward Smith and daughter Miss Mabel of Louisville and Mrs Sarah W Huey of Carrollton Ky are guests of Mrs J E Wolford Richmond avenue Mr W W Kemper who has been the guest of Miss Altie Marksbury leaves tonight for his home in Muncie Ind Although his stay was short hfc made many friends among our people He is widely related in Garrard and is a splendid young gentleman Miss of Richmond Miss West man of Uicholasville Mrs S S Yanti Mrs Susan Lear of Decatur Illinois are attending a house party at Mr Mrs Alex Vests this week EpU Higgins wellknown to many Lancaster people came in from Ari zona last week to visit his mother near Paint Lick He lived in Lancas tor for several years but went west about ten years ago He has a in the Indian Agency is and doing nicely His little accompanied him B J I I Hudson I l business Friday T n Jesse Tommie West and Mrs C F Den posI- tion j visited vis Ling 1Torris Mrs Emma a nary laugh n Miss Ella Dunn of Brodheadls Mrs H M Ballou Mrs Fred Frisbie D M Lackey and Mrs Clay Arnold are on the sick list Miss Bessie Batson gave a G dinner Monday in honor of her visit ors Mrs Mary L Swope is friends in Buena Vista and Bryants tulle Sam Totten was home a few from Illinois where he is engaged contractingRobert is visiting in Illi nois Mr and Mrs James will return with him Miss May Heicles of Lexington spending a few days with Misses and Mary Burnside Mesdames Margaret Naylor Lizzie Petty and children were visitors Mrs Acidic Sebastian Sunday The following guests will arrive to day to be presentat a house party given by Mrs J E Stormes Mr and Mrs Arthur flubbard Mr and Mrs Theo dore Kirk Mr and Mrs Ernest Sellers CovingtonA little dance was giv en at the Mason hotel Friday evening in honor of the Richmond Elks ball team The following were present Misses Sallie White of Richmond Tevis Carpenter and Katie person of Stanford Yesta Lackey of Kansas City Christine Bradley Florence Carrie Currey Altie llarksbury Mesdames Oliver Hunter of Nicholas ville J E Stormes A II Rice Louis Laudram Messrs Blanton Bennett Greenleaf Tevis of Richmond of Winchester W W Kemper of Muncie Ind Will and Charles West Dunlap Kinnaird Herndon Marks bury Will Sam and Marshall Denny Ed Doty John Burnside Branham Bealey Ware McRoberts Elkin J E Stormes and Louis Landram BUENA VISTA Some have harvested their oats cropWheat is sprouting in the shock in this section A T Scott bought of J T Wilson one sow and pigs for 528 P S Terrill bought of G H Ruble 8 small shoats for S24- W P Ruble bought 3 steers of Mr Marsee at per 100 Ibs Some wheat was threshed in this section last week and more will be this week Aid has been solicited for Horace Hudson and family whose house was blown down and the whole family in jured in the recent wind storm A series of meetings begin tonignt at the Mt Maria Baptist church in Mercer not far from here Rev Tan dy of Burgin assisting the pastor The body of Mr M England which was cut to pieces by the tram near Faulconer was intered at the family burying ground in Mercer a few miles from here The telephone of T D Hudson caught fire last week He worked manfully for some time to extinguish the ilames and fell and was uncon sious for some time As Will Proctor and wife of Mercer were going home from here last week their horse became frightened near the river throwing Mrs Proctor from the buggy injuring a limb A severe wind storm swept near here Saturday evening The home of Joe Brown was swept away the home of IT Hudson was torn down injuring seven Trees three feet in diameter were twisted off and wheat shock swept from the fielc The hardest rain has fallen here for years fell last Tuesday The little stream which lows through our village was out or its banks owing overculverts and rising three feet the piKe Jt rose G Scotts house The pike is in a very bad condition Mrs Margaret Naylor and Miss Smith of your city visited Me dames R Hackley and Lane Spillman Jones of n a few at his mothers Mrs Mary Spillman Miss Caldwell of near panYillex will be the guest of tfte Misses this week Mr and Mrs Tom Christopher were called to file fcedside of their daughterinlaw in Lexington last week Quarterly meeting was held at Mt Olivet last week Misses Maggie Robinson and Florence returned last week ington where they visited friends and attended the CJiautauqua p B Jones and little daughter Lexington have been the guests Mrs Mary Spilman Born to wife of H C Glass on the 4th a son Hugh and Irvine Christopher the 4th in Lexington Ed Smith that city accompanied them home Harry Tomlinson of your city spen Saturday night with Miss S lriner a jew last wepk with Maggie Banta Mrs Elizabeth is on the list Kittxwrne Stewart and nettle Green both of Crab Orchard were the guests of the Misses the first of last week W P made a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs YanMeter of Eminence a for mer resident of this section church at Mt Olivet Sunday She visiting Harris 375 afternoon inches J P Mollie G n Lexington is spend Tow inson Christopher from Le sic r visitin i i Bertha o Powell r that oil ill weeks grand Hatt t speno CsDiar spent y MiSS Green DI Skin Ru atten n ot OA da the guest of Mrs Burnside James Munday and family of IIarrodsburg spent last Thursday with relatives here Mrs Zacli Ison of Burgin spent last week with her sister Mrs Hester Ruble Master Harry Dean Yersaillcsis spending a few days with J BRobinson The Misses Baker from near Versailles were the guests Saturday and Sunday of the Misses Tomlinson and Mrs J B Robinson Business and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs Y v Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs New stock of late books at The best the lightest and the strongest is the Capital wagon sold by Gaines Bros New line of summer ciimmities at Josephs x All the leading Magazines atFrisbies We are head quarters for celebrated Victor Rubber tires W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners everything needed at Frisbies drug store You can get your carriage work promptly done at W J Romans We pay the highest price for coun try produce either in cash or groce ries Currey Davidson Ask farmers that have used fertilizer and you will try it Gaines Bros will sell you any amount Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull sec R E McRoberts Buy International Stock and Poul try food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey Da vidson Will have in car Reed fertilizer the best wheat grower on earch Gaines Bros Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs Gaines Bros handle all kinds of implements and sell the old reliable Kentucky Drill See them before you buy You get true weights and heaping measure at Currey Davidsons To get good results from the wheat you sow use Reeds fertilizer Sold cheap by Gaines Bros All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Joseph Vimea Car load Iron Good price paid n B Northcott We put on the Victor Rubber tire All the best manufacturers use this tire W J Romans Lime For Sale Jnst received a car load of bulk and barrel lime II B Northcott Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson j We sell the best and freshest groce at the lowest prices Try us and see if we dont Currey Davidson Foundation rock Blue Limestonet the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf I will be in Michigan for about ten days those wanting the Page fence should soe my son at my house It J T Situation as house keeper by a mid die aged widow A good cook and neat house keeper Address Mrs B Long general delivery Colurnbus Ohio it O Gaines tells us besides hand Corn Harvesters this season they will handle a corn shuoker made only by Deering Harvesting Co and sold only by Gaines Bros Capacity of this machine for one man 50 to 75 shocks per day also does its own tieing A lnitefl number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leaves Planing Mill ma15tf If you want the most stylish goods ribbons trimmings etef Joseph You will get the est We put off no old stock on you You should see ovp IQ of parasols They are the irettiest most stylish eer shoyn All th 5 la test shades J Joseph Our stock of slippers and shoes be surpassed We can give the best the market affords for less money than competitors blqw 4 Joseph the people if you best goods for the least bur long stayin Lancaster is proof sum clent that we deal on he square treat alike J Joseh f h x 1 his grandfather t t son I files v Fur Sale Vauted Eel ling d got J cannot op u Thom p drugstore cah get C C Leaven Io11cg in Lapel ter boh Ware cram money all S ass c and g Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until thesecond Monday in September on account of press of business at home Property for Sale My house and lot on Water street is for sale Terms possession January 1 lOO1 MD02 J E Doores We do not shove off outofdata 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 plying the people with the best dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition Crate in and we will show you J Joseph A competitive examination for stu dents who desire to entei StateCollege will beheld at County Superintendents office July 17 1902 The subjects in said examination are Arith metic English Grammar Geography and United States History All per sons are eligible between the ages of fourteen and twentyfour who have completed the Common School Course We can shoe your horse at W J Re mans Still In The 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 We make no flourish of trumpets but if you want the goods etc that money will buy to us and you can get them at reasonable prices J If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris to stuff Do not say you had no warning you can cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward To the Democracy of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for the judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer 2t M C Sauiley ADYlSUTISliD LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending July 1002 James Armstrong Nancy Adams Mrs L R Anderson Art Bailey W T Cabbill Eugen Carsim John Dud Sidney Evans Annie Higgins Archie Pettiford Clary Miller Bessie Warren Cintha Floid If called for say advertised Wrn West P M Kentucky Greatest Fair Beginning at suuup Monday July closing at the heavenly hour of midnight Saturday July 19 the Rich mond Ky Lodge Q Elks will to break all records at their Fair The forty acres of woodland the magnificent campus of old Central University in the suburbs of Rich mond will be the location A splen did race track amphitheatre and have been constructed The maminpth gymnasium will be used as Floral Hall for the Ladles Depart ment Dressing rooms for ladies la Dormitory Commanding views iroui the College buildings The Midway will ho the finest and cleanest ever eshidited in Ky Some special features are Fraternal Day Ladies pay Governors Floral Parade Crowing of a Queen Lexing ton Day Louisville Elk Day A 700 Olds Automobile will be ed July II 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 will make this a memorable exhibition It is not a Street Fair in sense Admission 25 cents to all D R TEYIS Secretary PAINT LICK Messrs Burnam Rucker will start their mill in about ten days The wheat crop ta this section is very light The average will be about 5 bushels ta the acre John Rob Archer has rented his barber shop to G W Swinford and he has gone to Princeton to locate Miss Nannie Sumrala of Richmond visited relatives here last week Mr John Faulkner of Lexington Is as sisting Joe Hasleton in the New York Life Insurance this week John Si ler of Lancaster has rented the Ve randa Hotel trout R L Jennings for next year Mrs B G Kilgore Texas is the guest of her fath er John Parks Thos Leroy Kirk patrick a rising young lawyer ofChai lotte NC was in our midst week Roy is an elegant gentleman and his friends are legion J S Bur rows left for Colorado tabs ao sent several months Mrs nf c Mrs B L Jennings Eph Higgins o- A Phoeni Arizona is visiting in this place Mrs Jane Higgins am daughter L Wallace returnei from Lexington Tuesday Mrs Minnie Jennings is at home afte a most delightful visit ia Lexington Lancaster liberal sup and up todate shudder embraced lUll bestdry come store pr wring 10 th Hand attempt any EI son the guest II yo Joseph advertised save C ram bandstand raft S Dallas toy jm Lancaster Mrs home BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOIL Consumption Coughs and Colds Than 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perspiration and the poisonous acids and vapors which pass off through the skin are thrown back upon tliR mucous membrane or skin g producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus much is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other of the When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears No remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the circulation all offensive matter and when rich is again coursing through the body the mucous membranes become healthy and the skin active all the disagreeable painfulsymptoms disap and a thorough cure is a vegetable blood purifier does not derange the Stomach and digestion but the and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application v THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga fIli J Rij XRa Ira fl1iI 2 The treatment with antiseptic and fiastnngent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco z tnd cigarettes or i5 inner uri ry parts body S S S of Catarrh a pure- blood For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc For Sale Twoyearold Shorthorn bull J S Doty Hiattsville Ky It The maple sugar crop of Vermont will be worth not less than 1000000 this year About 750 export cattle in the have been sold at 8050 says the Paris Kentuckian Any one desiring to buy sheep or take them on the shares would do well to see W B Burton Eugene R Davis of Helena Ky bought M Fleming Jr a suckling mare mule for 8100 What is known as the fruit trust handles 2000000 bunches of bananas and 220000000 cocoanuts a year oranges and other fruit At a combination sale of Aberdeen Angus cattle held at Chicago fifty nine females averaged 35185 42 bulls averaged 525215 At a sale of Jerseys by the Hood Farm Lowell Mass 115 females cows heifers and calves aver aged 6124 and M bulls averaged 74 Do you want 10000 cash for a guess If so figure up what you think vote for Governor will be next fall in the States of New York Pennsylva nia and Michigan For particulas ad dress Farmers Home Journal villeToday more than at any other is there an incentive for men to prac tice good dairying Consumption llrstclass dairy products has more than kept pace with their production so the field remains wide open more continued improved work The Bigler sale of Shorthorns at Victor Iowa attracted unusual from breeders At this sale 115 head were disposed of at an age of 82300 thus establishing a new price record for Western sales The E S Donahey sale of Shorthorn cattle at Des Moines la yielded 7G9fO for 9 head One herd of 50 brought an aggregate of 40000 Fiftynine heifers brought 36960 The highest price was paid for II sired by Wildwood sold to B R Steele of Ireland la for 1700 Set eral other heifers sold for more than A Baltimore groceryman has recent ly compared the weight of paper with the food supplied to the purchaser In one days purchase it is said that the paper wrapping amounted about 30 per cent of the total In list of supplies costing about 140 he found that the paper w h i c h was weighed with the provisions centsA of hog raisers have this spring that they have lost a number of young pigs through the cannibalistic tendencies of the moth er sow When the sow eats her young it is her method of notifying her own er that she has been neglected The sow that has an abundance of green food and clean drinking water will rarely ever eat her young We are told by many breeders that the crop of pure bred pigs this season is much below an average oneas there was a smaller number of dams bred last season than formerly This was no doubt due to the short corn crop of r The kisses ofa thousand Stolen from them while they sleep iBEAVTIFVL ROSESad beautiful women are gathered together yearly reduces it to that and perfect children An essential oil for fthe reduction of womens fragrance is OTHERS FRIEND It I liniment for external the period of mans figure will remain fed The seemingly crushed and dainty will mature Into the blooming rose again The be a perfect child with the health perfume of the mother rose Its little rose face beside almost an exact reduction of her own will tell of the curves anbtlll her own One bottle 1 of all A treatise on Motherhood mailed free HEMUSnaSlCGUUTOBC Q j J i of Chas besides including attention Butterfly 1000 cost reported and nature collects I s I I a on the andover the woo maternit andcounterpart fie I ci Bluegrass J tl tin f ave t 14 roses perfume ace breast region of the generative organs careful use throughout Bence will blessed tmer Attudy o last year and high priced feed which caused the sale of many fine ones kept for breeding This will make pure bred hogs high as well as commercial hogs- I am using a bx of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find theta the best thing for my stomach I ever used says T W Robinson Jus tice 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 R E Me Roberts druggist 1m A cablegram from Europe states that in some parts of Russia famine has forced the price of wheat up to 335 a bushel In some parts of the Czars empire it is said that the is so great that the last remnants of the seed grain has been eaten and nu spring crops have been sown It supposed that this shortage may have a marked effect on European prices of wheat within the next few months before the Hungarian crop can be marketed The popular idea that the age of a horse can always be told by looking at his teeth says a veterinary surgeon is not entirely correct After the year the horse has no more new teeth so that the tooth method is useless for telling the age of a horse which is more than eight years old As soon as the set of teeth is complete how ever a wrinkle begins to appear on upper edge of the lower eyelid and wrinkle is added each year so that to get at the age of a horse more than eight years old you must the teeth plus the wrinkles The wise old farmers tell us that the corn crop has seldom or never been known to fail twice consecutively But this is not understood or remembered by farmers and If this is correct about the corn crop failure the farmers have committed the folly of planting too much corn There was a failure last year and if there is a successful crop this year it will be very abundant as there is a ous acreage in the ground The rail roads are expecting a big crop this year and they are accordingly ing a large business for when the corn crops are large the railroads du a business 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 medecinesmanufac tured 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 a physician No family should be with out a bottle of this medicine in the house especially in summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by It E McRoberts druggist 1m Few people realize how large a share of the hogs in the world are grown in this country The statistical depart mentof the government has recently made a careful estimate of the of hogs now living in the world and the figures are placed at 12237C 000 of which the United States is credited with 00000000 equal to OG4 per cent of the entire worlds supply AustriaHungary Russia and Germa ny have between 10000000 and 11000 000 a piece France has a little over 6000000 time United Kingdom has pearly 37000000 Spain Italy and Canada almost 2000000 each Belgium and Australia a little over 1000000 and other countries with smaller A few years ago when the selfbind ers were put on the market the labor ing men complained that this machine would deprive them of a vast amount of labor for which they good wages No one will dispute the fact but what the binders do the work of thousands of men yet this to be a fact we must admit that it is now harder for the farmers to secure labor in harvest time than before the binder was invented This great army of men have found work in other callings and no doubt work that is just as remunerativeand the labor not half so hard as binding No matter how many ma chines are put on the market there wil forever be a demand for muscle power and brain force It takes labor to manfacture the endless variety of ma chines that are displacing labor One will about offset the other Just so it is with the horse With all the carriages there will always be a demand for the horse shortage thee anew figures Ie land owners tremend- r expect- h tremendous number andsaid accepting itwas wheat horseless usually C r oft numbers received A Cattle Feoilliii Plan A dispatch from Chicago says plans that were iirst taken in consideration about a year ago have been iieveU j ii in the last few mouths to the puiiic where some of the great packing estab lishments in Chicago have begun ex periments on what may prove a revolu tion of the cattle industry of the coun try says the Inter Ocean The project involves the settlement of several hundred thousand acres of what is at present nearly valueless land in Northern and Northwestern Florida and Southern Alabama the cultivation on a large scale of the cas sava root and its use in feeding cattle and hogs If the plan develops as it is the minds of the leading pack ers the Southern States will become the center of the cattle raising indns try It is stated that arrangements are now being made for the acccmmo dation of a considerable number of cat tie to be shipped from the stock yards here to Northern Florida to be fed on cassava root The result of the fattening process will be compared with similar work in the West regarding which the and cost are already definitely known Time result obtained will de termine the future of the cassava ex periment Saves a Womans 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 doc tors and failed till I used Dr Kings New Discovery forConsumption and was completely cu rod Sufferers from Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure is guaranteed by R E MeRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Price SOc and 100 Trial bottles free 1m The trouble with the people who look on honesty as a good policy is that they are not willing to pay the prem Jlout Fail fo Try Tills 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 kid neys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for systems ElectricBitters posi Lively cures Kinney and Liver Trou bles Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness RheumatismNeuralgia and expels Malaria Satisfaction guar antced by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Only 50 cents Our faith in Gods promises oft de pends on our faithfulness to his pre cepts The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience simi tar to that which has happened in every neighborhood in theUnited States and has been told and retold by thousand of others Ile says Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased a bottle of Chember pains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according to directions and with entirely satisfac tory results The trouble was con trolled much quicker than former at tacks when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known citizen of Henderson N C For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The army of success is often but a mobilization of shattered mistakes If A Man Lie To You And say someother salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as BucklensArnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures Burns BoilsCornsFelonsUlcersCutsScalds Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 2ac at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Cos drug Store Paint Lick 1m It is folly to cut down the green blade because it bears no grain More Help Often the organs of cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr KingsNewLifePills They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m With Christ it was an act of humili ty to become a king Mothers Always Keep It Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indigestion says L W Spalding Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at age of seventysix eats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she haS her bottle of Kodol handy Dontwaste time doc toring 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 is natures own tonic Risen saints ought not to wear their grave clothes 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 I used it last winter lameneess in the side resulting rom a strain and was greatly pleased with the quick relief and cure it For sale by K E McRoberts druggist 1m I now n rundown ofPiles Need overtaxed digestion e fora effected conditions trouble remedies tool C almost C 4 the severe Acts Iinmotllnttily Colds are sometimes more trouble some in Summer that iii winter its so lianl to Keep from nailing to them while cooling off alter exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once safe Acts immediately Sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles When you have slain your lusts bury their hides IOlsoiiliifr 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 Little Early Risers prevent this trou ble 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 High tides of grief carry us over the hidden bar Vacation Days Vacation time is here and the 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 Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stop ping 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 Heavenly citizenship rests on sonship 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 true heavenly mind will be earthly kind The roses Worm Mudlcliie II Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and threw up all food could 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 childrens1 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 The kingdom will come when the will is done Cures Sciatica Rev W L Riley L L D Cuba New York writes After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sciatic rheu matism 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 25c 50c and 100 at P E McRoberts Druggist 1m The best fruits must be touched by frost Repulsive features Blackheads pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common among women especially girls at a certain age destroying disfiguring and making repulsive features which would otherwise ap pear attractive and refined indicate that the liver is Out of order An does of Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at R McRoberts Druggist 1m 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 im Absolutely Constipation DeWitts promote children DeWitts serious I recommendation beauty Tablets N system 4 Nt heavenly Nf occasional N C j General News Notes Most Important Events of the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Aguinaldo is planning a lecture tour in the United States- A syndicate has purchased 5noo acres of Whitley lands President Roosevelt was greeted by halt a million people at Pittsburg The local authorities are to ask for troops in the anthracite coal region One of the battleships authorized by Congress will be built at the New York navy yard At the Independence Day dinner in London there were only two toasts The King and The President Politicians oppose a State primary and say It will mean an expenditure of 20000 by candidates for State officesGov Beckham appointed E W Lyon of Mercer county Commissioner of the Kentucky Home for Confederate Soldiers One of the biggest coal fleets on rec ord arrived inLouisville Sunday morn ing from Pittsburg consisting of about 800 boats and barges with 20 000000 bushels The Louisiana Legislature passed a bill barring all histories in the public schools that do not give Admiral Schley complete crrdit for the Santia victoryFire to have started from an electric wire did 850000 damage to the Masonic Temple building Louis ville and the stores in it The build iug suffered about 15000 Mrs Fannie Bedford was arrested in Bourbon county on the charge of hav ing caused the death of her husband former County Surveyor Bedford who died under suspicious circumstances early this morning Sound kidneys are safeguards of life Make the kidneys healthy withFoleys Kidney Cure C C and J E Stormes MAHKS15URY Master Floyd Herring sold three lambs to C A Robinson at 4cts per Ib W F Hall and little son of Max yule spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Win Stallings Misses Same and JennieSwope are visiting relatives in Casey county MrIIughesAldridge of Lancaster Misses Myrtle Sanders of Hyattsville and Mary Chesnut of Hedgeville Mr Everett Parks of Bryantsville and Misses Sallie ana Lee Herring dined with Misses Pearl and Hannah Aldridge Sunday Mr M G Aldridge wife and children visited relatives in Lancaster Sunday Walter Perkins wife and Miss Annie Higginbotluim of Marcellus and visitor Miss Elsie Palmer of Lan caster attended preaching at theFork Sunday Mrs Fred Yeager a number of friends very hand somely Sunday Will Lunsford of Stanford and Miss Lula Roberts were united in marriage last Wednesday by Rev Wm Stallings Several fami lies from Lancaster Danville and this community spent Tuesday very at the water works The dinner was enjoyed by all Bronchitis 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 f threatening as bountiful I Il1 each entertained pleasantly QU CHESAPEAKE fc OHIO Railway Julyctamulyjl 151900 STATIONS LvLouIsville SJiOam Lexington 1120am Winchester MtSterliag 1225 un ArWashingtou GoOam Philadelphia 1015am NewYork 1240nn GOOpm 8 45iun 9 18pm 9 4 pm S 40pm 705pm 9 08pm STATIONS LvNewYork 800am oOOpra Philadelphia 1020am 731pm Washington ii 15pm 11 10pm 712am 4 10pm 550am 212pm Winchester 7 Slam 4 33pm C 22am 2 45pm 700am 330pm- ArLouIsville 1100am 800pm Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY trains run daily except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone GEOWBARNEYDPALEXINGTON Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digwts what you 812am 550pm 1157 um 850uDl G30pm 925am 705pm 510pm FSST30ZTN WEST OVN S Pam C O ROUTE POPULAR EXCURSIONS OLD POINT COMFORT AND OCEAN VIEW VA TICKETS GOOD RETURNING FIFTEEN DAYS TICKETS WILL BE SOLD JULY 15 AND 29 AUG 19 AND SEPT 2 i SolidVestibuled Trains Electric Lights Pullman Sleepers Stopover allowed in the mountains Full information at C O Ticket Oflice Phoenix Hotel 13 DD RDUNH TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A DiningCars t T t is a curious fact that the word hands should live in our language as a practical definition of the value and standing of the laboring classes Mill hands farm hands factory hands they are all alike simply hands Even the workers themselves this definition as accurate by rarely looking beyond the activity of the hands whose skill or strength earns the wage But some day the worker learns that behind the hands is the stomach When the stom ach is weak or diseased the hands lose their cunning Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It makes the body strong It enables a man to work full time and earn full wanes Mr Thomas A Swarts of Columbus Ohio Box 103 Sub Station C writes n I was taken very sick and doctors told me it would kill me if I dill not do something for myself I was taken with severe then in the stomach and 1113 food would not digest then kidney and liver trouble and my back got so weak I get around I had become so poorly I could only walk in the house by the aid of a antI I got so thin I had given up to die thinking that I could not be cured Then one of my neighbors said Take my advice IIM take Dr Pierces Medical Discovery and make a new man out of yourself The first helped me so much I thought I would get another I had taken eight bottles in about six weeks I was weighed and I had gained twentyseven 27 I have done more hard work in the post eleven months than I di l in two years before I am 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