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CENTRAL RECORDTJiM LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 17 1902 lHET1nEE TU SUXB 1a r v Hems of Local Interest The Iliclnnond Elks Fair is crowds week Will Preach Sunday Rev Allen R Moore was too ill preach last Sunday but will till pulpit in Lancaster as usual next Sun day morning and evening and atllub bK Sunday afternoon lie is at Drip ping Springs this week and tells us is improving rapidly Ilic Table Tnriiml- Cynthiami Democrat A company at Lancaster has been organized to bore for water Tins we suppose is a negative proposition So many cpm have bored for oil and got 1 is a bright scheme to bore for water in the expectation of getting oil Dr C A Petti ford the colored physician who has been located at this place for the last two years has lotMted at Harrodsburg Dr Petti ford stood high with the profession and the people here and his own peo ple will miss him in the community Fciihitm ISxaminer Dr Win Burnett has been a member of the board of Pension Examiners at this place to succeed Dr Wesley who resigned The board now consists of Drs Evans Amon and Burnett It meets the first and third Wednesday in each month at Dr Bur netts ollice over II T Logans store TcMiiiicrancc Speaking llev L Robinson will speak on tern tice at Gunns Chappel tonight Tmlrsday at S oclock at ScottsFork Saturday July 19at3 pm Paint Lick school house Monday 21st at 3 p m airl Gunns Chappel Thursday 24th at Rev Ellison of color will al so sneak at Gunns Chappel Friday IS th at pm Everybody invited We desire to appologize to our read ers for tile small amount of reading matter in this issue of TIIR RECOKD Our office is piled up with job work and as is usually the case everybody wants his work at once The Crab Orchard fair people sent in an order Monday for fifteen thousand admission tickets which of course must be ready for the big exhibition next week These must be printed perforated and string tied in each one In addition to this we must have the badges for groom owner exhibitor privilege turn etc delivered Will they be ready Well you can bet your sweet lift l y will and the other pile of work completed too Be a little with us dear reader and all short coming will be made up for this pm It Gone 2 p m drativin water t Hr 1rttltur d appointed I tn typology lenient Good York Policeman Slier his killed thirty nine dogs since the Mayors some two weeks since He car ries a shot gun and can be hoard all through the night They Are 1C The excursion to Cincinnati Sunday was well patronized not only from here but all along the line One would be surprised to see how well these ex cursions are conducted there is abso lutely no drunkenness or rowdyism which is usually associated with the excursion and you can take a lady on one of these trains with as much as on any train during the week and feel perfectly sure that she will witness nothing but the best of order Richmond opens the season with a big Elk fair and Carnival beginning Monday lath Crab Orchard Iluston ville Danville old other adjoining towns will give fairs and of course Lancaster will help to swell the crowd at every one of them Lets all pull together for better railroad facilities and waterworks and then we can have a fair of our own and not only save all the money that is spent at other fairs but gather in some of our neighbors coin at their own game Will Burton is scouring the mona tain counties for mules and within the next month his large barn on street will contain at least 100 mules being fed and put in condition for the Southern market Until Mr Burton embarked in this business for eign buyers came here probably once or twice a year bought and drove from the county every mule and horse available Mr Burton not only affords a market for the home product but goes out and brings in from oth er points Such industries should be encouraged Mr Harden a Candidate The many friends of lion Robert Harden of Danville have been insist ing for some time that he become a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for judge in this district and last week he signified his intention to en ter the race Mr Harden needs no introduction to the people of Garrard as he is almost as wellknown here as in his native county lIe has practic ed in the local courts for many years and has some clients here who have employed him in all their business during that time He is a man well fitted for the position being a lawyer well educated and of fine intellect He has many relatives both by blood and marriage in the lower end of the county lIe and Judge Saulley are the only an pounced candidates so far and the light promises to warm one I I proclamation bombarding comfort Fairs Mules them bea Do Gone Water thorough exceedingly Like Brains of Gold In the rocks which lie in lifes pathway are the opportunities we are giving the people in values which we are offering them In Wash Fabrics Silks Ribbonsr Laces Underwear Fans Hosiery We have a lot of odds and ends pers we are selling for half price and less Logan Dry Goods Co AI Itl i 1111 t 1 I oc yr i t t 1 r I i ii Ladies Misses and Childrens Slip k7fTfT t i ff10 j444i 4 4ir i i i iii i iiii c r T r 1 t J c t iiiti i fr A Heavy LocfN Capt White of this office met with a big loss yesterday when his fine cow became very ill and had to be killed The Captain and Ins noble wife are deeply over the matter as the cow was an unusually good one fur nishing them all the milk and butter they could use and enough to suppiy several engagements in town What Politics Will Do This is what Urey Woodson has to say of politics in the Owensboro Mes senger and most men who have dab bled therein will heartily endorse the sentiment It is a nasty game It is heartless and selfish It begets liars hypocrites ingrates and scalawags It utterly destroys the confidence of men in men It is worse than an empty bauble If it were only that it would not be so had It destroys the capac ity of men to make of themselves use ful and successful citizens in other pursuits Main Catalogue July 15 The main catalogue of the Elks Fair Horse Show and Carni val Aug 11 to 16 inclusive will July 15 The work of getting out this catalogue annually is a stupendous undertaking It has been decided 25000 copies this year of which number 16000 will be distributed thro the mails going to all parts of the countryand the catalogue will be read by more than one hundred thousand persons It will likewise be one of the handsomest of its kind ever issued in Kentucky and will contain nearly 100 pages TIic lleunoii Why The Winchester Democrat says the general public often wonders why a newspaper dees not write this man up or pitch into this or that thing and seem to think that we editors should be losing our tempers at all times In glancing over our exchanges we find the following which is worth perus ing A man told us the other day that we did not publish all the things that happened We should say we dont In the first place we have who depend on us for a living If we published all that happened we would soon be with the angels In order to please the people we must print only nice things about them and leave the rest to the gossip Yes its a fact we dont print all tIle news If we did wouldnt it make spicy read ing But this would be for one week The next week you would read our obituary and there would be angel in heaven Everybody Going Everybody is getting ready for the fair Crab Orchard next week and indications are that the largest crowd ever in the historic little city will be present each day The Springs hotel together with other hotels and board ing houses will be ample to all who go The grounds are the prettiest in Kentucky the new being so situated that a view of the entire track will be had the track being kite shaped and as level as a bil liard table Crab Orchard is always pleasant no matter how hot the sun shines elsewhere there being an abun dance of shade and the best water in the world The directors have hung up liberal money in each ring and the show of stock will equal that of any fair in this section The races each day will prove a big drawing card as some tine runners trotters and pacers have been entered for the show There will be a mule race everyday Merry gorounds and other amusements will be on hand Dont forget the dates July 23 About tike Southern As the question of the extension of the Southern Railway through this section of the state is again being dis cussed we will again bother some of wise chair warmers about town with a few statements about the rail road The whine of such cattle had succeeded in making the impresssion that the road was never to be built and our citizens had about quit dis cussing the question THE KECOHD has said all the time that the road would be built and Garrard county can get it if she will only go after it in a way that will convince the rail road people that we want it Danville has come to the same conclusion and believing that it will not be long the matter is taken up tried to steal the march on Garrard by offering great inducements to have the line built from Burgirito Danville now As a matter of course if they get it built to Danville now when the is ready to build on to Jellico will commence at Danville A blind man can see what Danville is after The building of the road to that city would leave Harrodsburg out in the cold cold world and some of our people went there last week and explained the matter to the Har rodsburg people They did not go to Danville to confer with railroad as was reported to other news papers THE RECORD has a letter from Mr Spencer the president say ing that the matter of building to Jel Boo will not be taken up yet awhile but be given and timely notice when the company is ready In the mean time we think Danvilles little plan of building above Harrodsburg to Danville does not amount to a hill of beans but such a move means so much to Garrard that a weather eye should be kept bustling friends 1 others another at accommodate 24 25 before they officials we wil1 due onfrom on t grieved Lexington bout tissue grandstand the company qu r e 0 r Killed in Oregon A telegram was received yesterday by Mrs Margaret Stevens announcing the untimely death of John Daniel Fain lie was shot at Champoeg Or egon by T F Markley who was his former associate in business the trou life arising from Fains refusing to make a deedto some land He was a nephew of the late Daniel Posey of this county He was born in Jessa mine county and has many friendsand relatives in both counties who will be grieved to learn of the sad tragedy We havent space to give full par ticulars Meet Me on the KoriiiHi There will be notimeworn midway at the Lexington Elks Fair August 11 to 10 this year but in Its place the handsome Roman forum of the De Kreko Roman Carnival and Company Olympian games chari ot races splendid feats of strength trapeze performances work of funny clowns and other grotesque fun work ers all dished out in highclass amusement style will supercede the midway shows and a performance will be given on a scale never before seen in this part of the country The De Krekos will appear at Exposition in 1904 with the same show and are only playing a few large cities temporarily now because the big exposition w a s postponed a year There will also be daily automobile and motorcycle races at the Lexing ton Fair Interesting to 2d Kentucky A Washington special says The Spanish War claims of the State of Kentucky presented to the depart ment by Capt C C of Lex ington will be certified by the within a few days They will amount to about 30000 which is in excess of the amount expected by the State officials These claims involve pay due soldiers of the four volunteer regiments Capt Calhoun said today that he will appeal from the decision of the Auditor to the Controller of the Treasury as soon as certification is made The Auditor he said settled the claims upon a basis which will not allow the regiments as much as they are entitled to For example the ra tions and pay of the First and Second regiments from the time they report ed for duty to the date of enrollment have been disallowed Capt Calhoun believes the Controller will pass upon the case and dispose of the appeal within a month and in the event of favorable action the soldiers will re ceive about 50000 No congressional action is necessary for the payment of this claim I cuiiy After a lingering and painful ill ness Mrs A R Denny died in this city Monday night been known to her friends she has been in bad health for some time and recently confined to the house most of the time When her health began to fail Mr Denny moved to town from his home near Hiattsville thinking the change would be beneficial but this proved of no advantage Mrs Denny was a Miss Lackey and widely related in Garrard and Madison counties She was a member of the Presbyterian church and as long as she was able to attend never missed any of the She was kindhearted and ever ready to assist those about her She bore her afflictions with that fortitude characteristic of those who put their entire trust in Him She leaves her husband Mr Alex R Denny president of the National Bank one son Mr S C Denny of the same institution and one daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan who have the deepest sympathy of the community in their great loss Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery yesterday morning at ten oclockRe v Mr Chum bley officiating A Noble Act As many of our readers are aware Miss Christine Bradley of this city whose name had been entered in the Queen of Carnival contest at theRich mond Elks fair requested her enthu siastic friends to withdraw her name Saturday afternoon and her request was complied with The statement made by her is published elsewhere in this issue Those working for her had secured enough votes to elect her beyond all question but she learned of the large sums being contributed and said she would not permit them to go to such extravagance as it was not at all right for them to do so Ve ry few girls would have stopped to consider the matter from this point of view as the honor was a great one and she being the only candidate outside of the wealthy town of Richmond her selection would have been a doubly great honor We have never known a more noble lady one possessed with a brighter mind or sweeter disposition Although petted and humored by a vast throng of ad miring friends she is entirely free from vanity and bears the many hon ors bestowed upon her with a grace that has made her friends all over the state The youngmen working for her selection were somewhat disap pointed in her withdrawing feeling confident they had the race won but Miss Bradleys request was promptly complied with Only six hundred votes had been cast for her enough to show that she in the fight but were ready to be cast to takeVtr ml sails and elect Miss Bradley byahand some majority Exposition European tIle StLouIs Calhoun Ashas services Christian cashier heartedyoung was enough out of the Madison it Auditor entire The Farris Law Harrison Shelby colored was ar raigned in the Boyle court last week being charged with procuring liquor for another Berry Johnson was the party he secured it for This is the first under the Farris Law that has come up in this county therefore it created a good deal of interest Shelby was fined 850 and ten days in jail from which he has taken an ap peal to the Boyle Circuit Court where the validity of the law will be tested The section the con viction was made reads Section 2 It shall be unlawful for any person to sell lend give procure for or furnish to another any spirituous vinous or malt liquors or to have in his spirituous vinous or malt liquors for the purpose of selling them in any territory where said actis In forceand any person so offending shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars and imprisoned not Interesting Statistics The bulletin issued by the Census Oilice Wednesday gives some statistics of the agriculture of Kentucky Of the 25000000 acres of land surface 21979422 acres are inclu ded in farms These farms June 1 1900 numbered 234667 and were val ued at 382004390 Of this amount 90887405 represents the value of buildings and 8291117430 the value of land and improvements other than buildings On the same date the yal ue of farm implements and machinery was 15301800 and of live stock 73 739100 These values added to that of farms give 471045856 us the total value of property The gain in the last decade in the total value of land improvements and buildings was 35 005530 in that of improvements and machinery 4395345 live stock 2 814706 The value of farm prod ucts of 1899 was 869 per cent greater than that reported for 1889 They Were Prepared Speaking of the Queen of Carnival Contest the Richmond Register says At noon excitement was at a fever heat Richmond was expecting Miss Bradleys supporters to come in large vote and said they were to meet any emergency Shortly before close of the pollsa Gar rard county man arrived and placed several fat envelopes in the box This put new life into the contest and the Richmond boys dug down in their pocket books and as the old saying is they came and came clean When the vote was counted it was found the Lancaster mans envelopes were only a good bluff for which the lodge is in debted to him several hundred dollars case under which possession fiftydays the with- a interesting prepared Bradley Card Lanacster Ky July 12 To the Elks Lodge Richmond Ky Some weeks ago at the solicitation of sev eral partial young friends I consented to permit myself io be voted for in the contest for Queen of the Elks Carnival shortly to in your city I understood that each Elk who was a friend of mine would be permit ted to vote for me upon the payment of five cents the fund arising from to be given to the Eiks Lodge at Richmond I learned with very great surprise and even greater regret that n y friendsbothat home and through out the State have been notified of my alleged candidacy with a view of permitting them to join In contribu ting large sums of money to secure my election The committee in eUarge of my alleged candidacy not only exhib ited large checks and drafts some giv en for as large amounts as 200 ihvtt they show letters from many friends directing the committee to draw on them fur such additional amounts as may be found necessary They show me further also a sign ed agreement of other friends in which they agree and gate themselves to each other to con tribute enough to elect me regard less of the amouat required This state of affairs wax so entirely un thought of on my part and in fact is so repulsive to me that I cannot for for one moment think o permitting the use of such large sums of money for that purpose To be elected Queen of the Carnival by the cote of ones friends they voting for only the nominal sum of live cents may be a very great honor but when the election is to be bought by large sums of money as is here proposed it is an honor which I do not at all desireand which I do not believe my fathernow in New York would approve of I also learn today that this being a Madison county fair with a number of her daughters being voted for while I am the only nonresident entered 1 am for that reason being made the subject of some criticism all of which I very much regret and do not wish to longer merit So thanking those friends who have so generously joined in the effort to elect me and assuring them that I shall ever feel grateful to each of them yet I have at the same time directed the said saie committee to return every dollar of the fund to the donors with my thanks and with a statement of my reasons for not permitting the sum to be used Very respectfully forget the Crab Orchard Fair next week 23 24 25 iIi be held there obl indeed profoundly CnmsTIXE BRADLEY I Dont i THERE LIGHTNING HayPresses Are sold fry us on easy terms fourpa uient contract We know of parties who are clearing from two to three hundred dol in one season v 0 0oo IN Q g HAYBALING io Q Q g 0 8 2- o 0- v 0 firs o t D 2 o 00000 ISo 0 0 2O 0 Q YL v 0 0 0o IISCJ ell o 1ABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial iod Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line o f FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0g 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of S500 and upward t tt 000 OOOOOOOOOOOOJr 0 i Q 00000000000 I Wear Cool Clothing S I mmnrnrnrmnrnrmnrmmmmmmmmm nrmnrnrmmnrmnrmnrmnrmmmmm We 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 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 havejust E aE 1 r I L Logan iThe One Price Clothier and Furnisher E J E JlWWMaUWWiIWI jic E f 1r bi i rlfi1JiI fiH irrtlffi I mtJf 8Jg 1 0 0 ffi W pp O 000000 p 0 For o When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of 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 Mm Elm I 0 Q Q 0 0 0 0 KG JrIDm rnillID J cro 0 Q 0 0 4 r Wagon Q o 0 o 0p Q xp o 0 0ttocooooo0000000 ooooo o a o o CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Vail Matter Lancaster Ky July 17 1902 BUENA VISTA Dr McDonald of Danville deliver ed two excellent sermons at the Pres byterian church Sunday His wife accompanied him all the wheat that has been threshed in this section is being stor ed at Glass Bros warehouse None has been sold Corn is looking fine If no drouth comes the yield will be abundant- A T Scott bought of T D Hudson 2 sows and pigs for S23 also sold to GH Ruble two sows and pigs for 65 J T Wilson has been visiting his daughter Mrs Will Watts in Nicho lasville Mrs Mary Teater and Lou Wheeler of Bohon Mercer county spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs Wm Christopher who is quite ill Miss Mary Burns and Root of Lexington were the guests of the Misses Tomlinson Mrs Wm Baker from near Versailles and Miss Margaret Perkins of Middlesborowill arrive Tuesday to visit relatives Miss Paralee Terrill has been attend ing the Wilmore camp meeting Miss Nettie Mays of Mercer is the guest of her sister Mrs P S Terrill Miss Bessie Bolton has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington and Jficholasville The Misses Brown accompanied by their cousin Sidney Dickerson all of Buckeye visited at S W Poors Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Askins who has been with her brother at New Albany Ind re turned last week A number of young people took the boat and went up to High Bridge Saturday They report a pleasant day except Mrs Ma ry Swope of your city who had the misfortune to strain her ankle which gave her much pain No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do this asa sure cure for consumption They do not claim to it will cure this dread in advanced cases but do posi tively 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 the greatest throat and lung remedy Refuse substitutes C C and J E Stormes 1m BIIYANTSVILLE Mr Henry of Vanderbilt will lecture at the M E Church Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night on missions Mr and Mrs R L Jennnings of Paint Lick were the guests of Mr and Mrs J S Haselden Sunday J Dunn has gone to New York Miss Jennie Gulley of Hyattsville will begin school here about the first of September A little daughter came to the home of Mr and Mrs Hutchinson here last Mary Swope of Lancaster visited in this vicinity last week The little daugh ter of Henry Alford who fell off the cliff last week died on Sunday night Mrs J B Caldwell and daughter of Danville Mrs Carwell Bennett and daughter Virginia of FrankfortMrs H B Campbell and daughter of Nicholasville Mrs Ophelia Vanmeter daughter of Eminence were the guests of the Misses Dunn last week They also visited Mrs James Burnside at Beuna Vista The Beat 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 for a se vele 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 Nearly Harris nut advertise complaint doubt University weekMrs andgrand effected 4S M- rS w Liniment MANSE Rev C G Crookes of Danville the services at the church Sunday He and his wife visited at J Wade Walkers during his stay Miss Estelle Walker has returned home after visiting friends in Jennie has returned from a very enjoyable visit to Mrs Steinburger in Virginia Miss Georgia Dunn Marksbury is visiting relatives here Miss Annie Burke and brother Otley are a house party in Junction City Mr Oscar Patton and Walker Burn side of Brjantsville have been the guests of Mr Otley Burke CARTERSYILLE Mr J B Carter sold to Mr E L Woods of Paint Lick a nice bunch of hogs at 025 per hundred The blackberry crop is short but huckleberries are plentiful Public school began at this place July 14th Mrs Ben Lear and two daughters were visiting Mrs N T Green Friday and came up to drink the water in the evening and reported a nice time Mrs Lizzie Carter is on the stele list this week Mr J B Carter is Mr O L Hammack is out to go West We all will late him leave Miss Bessie Bolton of Richmond was visiting her friend Miss Hollie Green Saturday and Mr Payne has bought the Rev Ira Parton farm of 22 acres for 500 W II Purr sold 100 lbs of honey in two days last week Sarah Duncan died from the effects of her wounds received in the cyclone Rev Peters will begin a protracted meeting at Lawsons Chapel on the 22 of this month Dr Farris is at home from where he has been attending medical lectures Mr James Archer of Burgin is visiting Mr S Archer this week Mr Gibson and family of Silver Creek visited S Archer last Sunday Misses Doctie and Bessie Spangler were visiting at W II Purrs Saturday Mr and Mrs M A Archer Misses Zila and Carrie Archer visited W H Purr Sunday Johu Partin who was hunt in the cyclone is getting along very well Messrs Newel McQuerry and Arthur Ball visited W H Purr Sunday BOURNE H F Edginton sold a hog to R Scott for 450 Mrs Fannie Raines sold a sow and pigs to John King of Boyle for 40 Mrs Tom Turner sold a nice cow to Jeff Dunn for 23 Joel bought one sow and pigs from Allen Ray for 15 Huston Finley is visiting friends in Boyle this week Job Marsee wife and son Charles visited A D Upton at Faulkner last week Mrs AllenRay who has been quite sick for sometime is able to be out again Miss F spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at McCreary Misses Lucile Turner and Lissie Raines are the week with Joe Pope and of of Lexington is the guest of her daugh tel Mrs J B week Ar thur Hamm of Jessamine was the guest of J PHamm last week Joe Turner of Hiattsville spent and Sunday with Tom Turner and firmily Messrs Fox Turner Ed Hendrickson and Tom Broaddus the camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday Will Broaddus and wife spentFriday with Allan Ray and wife Bronchitis for Twenty Tears Mrs Minerva Smith ofDanvilleIll writes I had bronchitis for twenty years and never got relief until I used FolcysHoney and Tar is a sure cure C C and J E Stormes 1m f I conducted Presbyterian Lexington Iiss Ka vanaugh attending t improving selling Cosec Sunday t Louisville Mar ee Jackson spending family Hiattsville Mrs Woolfolk Saturday attended u which FLAT WOODS N SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT IT I ji 0 r rrI7 f J I VIfy OO i5 rffl ln IIiS vr1S Yrm rjrjYr fl0 l Y Y Yll W4 f IrJl I 9 0 0 0J 0 f00 00 J3mi CYLCONES are 1 Ii PUT IIirJfJfiJJJliJlfJ iJJJfiJI8f IJZ Jf jJjijE Zt X 0 r i LOWELL Blackberries are ripe and everybody is trying to get their share v Mrs Belle Henderson is visiting friends and relatives in Brodhead Miss Sudie Parks has returned home after a long visit in the mountains Milford Lee is on the sick list this weekThere has been two mad dogs killed in this place this week they did not do any damage except bite some dogs that had to be killed Our school began last week Misses Sudie Parks and Bessie Ballard being teachers There is being some kicking made here about the Sulphur pump Chil arc permitted to play and dabble pumpand spill it and it is getting filthy Parents will please caution their children ubouo that as it is supposed to cause diseases A Felony It is not generally known that the last Legislature made it a felony for any person under certain conditions- to enter upon the posted lands of an other The new law chapter 22nd acts 1902 reads It shall be unlawful for any person without the consent of the owner thereof to enter any orchard game preserve ginseng garden or other premises when same is enclosed by a fence board plank picket stone or any other not less than seven feet in height after the owner thereof has conspicuously displayed on said premises on board not less than twelve by twentyfour inches in sevc the word posted and it shall be unlawful for any person to cut tear down burn or otherwise injure any such fence such preserve ginseng garden or farm or other premises and any one found guilty of violating the provisions of this act shall be deemed guilty of a felony and on conviction shall be confined in the State penitentiary not less than one nor more than three years Wcallli of Kentucky Farmer A census bulletin issued this week from the department at Washington furnishes some interesting figures as to the number and value of Kentucky farms and the income derived from them by the owners According to the bulletin the farms in Kentucky numbered on June 1 1900 234007 with the total valuation of 382004890 Of this amount 90 887400 or 238 per cent represents the value of buildings and 291117 420 or 702 per cent the value of land and improvements other than build ings On the same date the value of farm implements and machinery was 15301800 and of live stock 73739 lOG These values added to that of farms give 471015850 the total val ue of farm property The total value of farm products for 1899 was 123200785 of which amount 44303940 or 359 per cent represents the value of animal products and 78 962845 or 641 per cent the value of crops including forest products cut or produced on farms The total of farm products for 1899 exceeds that for 1889 by 57318300 or 809 but a part of this increase is doubtless due to a more detailed enu meration in 1900 than in 1890 The gross farm income is by deducting from the total value of farm products the value of the products fed to live stock on the farms of the producers In 1899 the value of products fed was 21128 530 leaving 102138255 as the gross farm income The ratio which the latter amount bears to the total of farm property is referred to in this bulletin as the percentage of gross income upon investment For Kentucky in 1899 it was 217 per cent While 217 per cent dividend may not equal Rockefellers there are very few commercial enterprises thatequal this profit on investments It might be a good idea for the farmer to cut this out and paste it in his hat or at some convenient place where he can reread it when he is tempted by some temporary loss or discouragement to sell his farm and iri some town business Two Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney com plaint for about two years writes A H Davis of Mt Sterling la but two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure ef fected a permanent cure C C and Stormes 1m Heaven never men who have that tired feeling Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of diges tion cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at R E ROberts terFish Ck s dtu Im I l dren about the water around 0 fencer enclosing orchardgame value percent obtained reported value i engage J E NewLifePllls M p 1 I Lick ris M M M M Business and Bargains See the fancy hose at Josephs v Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs j 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 dimmities at Josephs X All the leadingMagazines atFrisbies drug store We are head quarters for celebrated Victor Rubber tires W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains nd lace curtains at Josephs f House cleaners needed at Frisbies drug 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 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 see R E McRoberts Will have in car Reed fertilizer the best wheat grower on earclj Gaines Bros Buy International Stock and Poul try food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey Da vidson Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs V Gaines Bros handle all kinds of implements and sell the old reliable Kentucky Drill See them before YOU buyYou 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 Josephs We put on the Victor Rubber tire All the best manufacturers use this tire W J Romans Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson j We sell the best and freshest groce ries at the lowest prices Try us and see if we dont Currey Davidson Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best thickness R L Elkin tf If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings go to J Joseph You will get the best We put off no old stock on you You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancuster All the la test shades J Joseph Situation as house keeper by a aged widow A good cook and neat house keeper Address Mrs B Long general delivery Columbus Ohio It We are the people if you want the best goods for the least monev Our long stay in Lancaster is proof suffi cient that we deal on the and treat all alike J t t f in i Verything tore Nor Sale qualitYany Wanted middle r Thompson can se t groceries S C I C etat Joseph s I will be in Michigan for about ten clays those wanting the Page fence should see my son at my house It J T Leavell Ed C Gaines tells us besides hand ling Corn Harvesters this season they will handle a corn shuoker made only by Deering Harvesting Co and sold only by Gaines Bros Capacity of tins machine for one man 50 to 75 shocks per day also does its own tieing A limited number of Langstrotl Bee Hives for sale at Leavels Planing Mill Our stock of slippers and shoes can not be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until the second Monday in September on account of press of business at home Property for Sale My house and lot on Water street Lancaster is for sale Terms liberal possession January 1 1903 91902 J E Doores We do not shove off outofdato goods on 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 shud der Come in and we will slimy you J Joseph The Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet on nextFiiday eight oclock p m July 18th at Odd Hall All members and friends of the cause please come O T Wallace Prest Ward and Sympson are making clear ing out prices on low cut shoes this week that will line the pockets of the early bird with money saved The shoes they offer are beautiful of the shoemakers art fresh from the PETERS SHOE COS this spring and are snaps at the prices made Stilt In The Kin 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 you want firstclass work call on Shop in Garrard Hotel building tf Henry Duncan We make no nourish of trumpets but if you want the best dryxgqods etc that money will buy come o us and you can get them at prices J Joseph If you have not paid your taxes will find Sanders and Ward in E Harris store preparing to your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward To the Democracy of the J3tU 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 Saufley 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 Boils Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish drug Store Paint Lick 1m s Notice i I out Notice Fellows specimens factories malelouscuresofPiles Burns elons UlcersCutsScalds Co mal rtf adverts S c Ifs lese j LEXINGTON jj ELKS FAIR AUG 1 1 16 I IIPHIIIIIEfS1IHDfISftJ8l1JtFAII8AIIIJ fYERYB00YS HQM iteaor PREUninar l1ATAIOtJ6 tJN wiiticwroIY REDUCED Q s r rr1The season has arrived ffSPainting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc line of PAPERS e Itava ever shown 1 IIandsomest WALL ti Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store PAINT We have all kinds of Paints for all kinds of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line the very lowest prices possible House Paint Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain We have all the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed poison rKMliiio DRUG MOtiA AND Racing A Wednesday Thursday Friday Grounds in Kentucky New Ampitheatre Splendid Show of Stock Races Every Day j Write for Catalogue A W BUCHANAN Sec S h 00 0 i 0 S 0 0 oat o o 00 1t o o oo o 0 0 i 0 bug 00 01 1 0 0 O 1 01 CRAB ORCHARD F A I R J July 23 24 25 I p000000000GOGOGOC OrO Os OsO O O O OrOsO J 0 p 0 4 o o 0 L pA 6 0 i 4 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0sOsOGO O O OnO O O OC O CO O3Oe r r- y p pure constipation a They temporarily on tTake r by a the e srr IL Se a itatine bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions fm Unnat ural agitation caused by cat hartics tg compels continual and increasing doses to attain the liver acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE e0 i i Inter- mitting P WORTH to the Beginning 6 with every roo paid for merchandise at my store I will give a ballot on which to vote what Farmer shall receive this wagon The ballots will be deposited in a locked ballot box this box will be opened once each week and the votes counted by a special committee of wellknown 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 en gv gi i i i f r V li l 4 U H1iif r JJ fjf A StUQ D Farm Wagon 6750 COVEN FREE I Popular in Carrara fy Most Far r Couoty- f rug st f a f AY 1 Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc Interested In Mr Sanllcy Hughes is in Louisville for a few days Miss Cora Ward is in Livingston with relatives George Smith Jr is at Cumberland Falls this week Miss Angie Kinnaird is visiting friends in Stanford Mrs Davis and baby arc visiting her mother in Crab Orchard Miss Theo Ilcmphill is a guest of relatives in Xicholasvillc Miss Scottie Petty left Monday to visit relatives in St Louis Little Mariah Dunn of ville is visiting Marie Ballard Mr and Mrs Xepoinuck Miller spent Sunday in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs A II nice will spend several weeks at Crab OrchardSprings Miss Sallie B Ray is in Crab Orch ard for a months stay with Mrs Vi ley Miss Dove Embry of Lexington is visiting her cousin Miss Alberta Miss West of Richmond has been visiting Miss Ethel Wcst Danville avenue Mrs Butler Englcman and Mrs Min nie Jennings of Paint Lick were here Friday Mr and Mrs A II Rice are spend ing two weeks Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Theo Currey Mrs J C Hemphill and son Master J C visited Danville MondayG and daughter Miss Julia Mae of Danville were guests of Mrs II M Ballou Mrs Belle Burnside and daughter Miss Willie Belle arc with friends in MonticelloMrs Young and children of Chicago are visiting Mr and Mrs W G Anderson r Price Grant wife and of Danville spent Sunday relatives lion R II Tomlinson was in a day or so ago looking after some legal business Mr George Palmer is spending sever al weeks with his sister Mrs Emma HigginbothamMiss is in Lexington To ill My Customers If you owe me you Ifyou have run an account since January you will certainly be expected to pay account at once I will not run longer It takes cash to run business I am hitting at the good as well as favor me with your presence and a SMILE Respt I lA r Bryants Anderson a t daughters herewith must pay most badPlease H 1 Bailon Son r I i f r i I Frankfort i 1 i S j f i i1 visiting her brother Jesse Arnold and Miss Pearl Bettis Mrs George MeRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Hon R II Tomlinson was called to Lexington Monday by the serious ill ness of his father Miss Christine Bradley is visiting friends in Richmond and attending the Elks Carnival Mrs George Smith and daughter Miss Eliza spent Saturday in with relatives Leslie Anderson left Sunday for to accept a position with J Smith Co Misses Naun Earl Tanner of Texas and Ruth Tanner of McKinncy are guests of Mrs W K hugars Miss Mattie Elide has returned from several month visit to herbroth er Mr W S Elkin of Atlanta Mrs J Joseph and Miss Sallie Ross have gone to Eaton Ohio to spend a few days with relatives and friends Mr and Mrs J S Bowman of Tlem ingsburg are expected to be the guests of Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Mrs W 0 Parks returned toMiddles boro Saturday after a visit to her Judge Ephraim Brown and wifeMiss Kate Walker who has been visiting her neice Mrs R A Burnside leaves this week for her home in Bessie Richards and little neice Eugene Patrick of Danville were the guests W B Mason and family the past week A fair likeness of Rev J E Wolford pastor of Lancaster Baptist church appeared in Saturdays Couri erJournal Mrs Oliver Sturgis Hunter who has been the charming guest of Mrs A II Rice left Saturday for her home in Ne v Orleans Mrs John Lake and children who have been visiting Judge Ephraim Brown and wife left Saturday for their home in Terra haute Ind Mr R Zimmer and son Charley re turned Sunday from a pleasant trip to Germany They left liege last April Mrs Zimmer met them in Cincinnati Mrs W T Woolfolk and children Mrs T II Woolfolk Mrs Jennie Mur phy and Mrs Tucker of Lexington visited Mrs Robert Gulley last week Dr Cris Fans one of the best den tists who ever yanked a tooth is spending a few days in Richmond Hes an Elk and is helping the boys Mr and Mrs M D Hughes are inLou isville for a few days They ex pected home next week from a visit to their daughter Mrs Percy Noland of Lynd Washington The following young folks form a house party at Miss lizzie Hudsons this week Misses Mita Duncan Eliza Erwin Danville Helen Talbntt Ian sas City Messrs Ollie Terrill Paint Lick Caswell Saufley Stanford The following composed a jolly ty to the Mammoth Cave Tuesday Mrs W S Beazley Mr and Mrs Sam llaselden Miss Mattie Beazley Miss Bessie Marksbury Mrs Victor Lear Messrs Will Embty Earl Farra Guy Davidson and Henly Bastin Stanford Miss A nnaSteele Cook has returned from a visit in Lan caster Mr W B Mason ftf was here Thursday Mesdames D M Lackey John M Farra Joseph Burnside and Jane Ballew of Lancas ter spent Tuesday with Mrs John W Rout Misses Sarah Cook and Kath arine Philips have joined the house party at John Simpsons near CourierJournal Mr and Mrs Rob ert II Young gave a picnic Thursday at their country home Idylewilde in honor of the twelfth birthday of Miss Fay Robson Among tire folk were Miss Katharine and Mary Fitzgerald Fay and Maude Robson Glaydis May Frisbie Lyman and Robert Hollingsworth and Huffman Young The lunch served included everything to tempt a Mrs Young was assisted in making the little people happy byMiss Honeywood Huffman and Mesdames Osee Huffman and Charles Frisbie a Indianapolis Edman I o I the are delightful par Lancaster younger present picnicker Danville parents Lexington Miss Lancaster 1 Ii 4 Ea E EE Everybody is going to the Elks fair at Richmond this week Miss Jennie Higgius will open school at Pleasant Grove next Monday Miss Angie Kinnaird has been vis iting Miss Clara Cooper in Stanford Geo Harris who is the L and N agent at Grays is at home on a short vacation He is working up rapidly with the road and his pluck and ener gy will soon land him in a lucrative positionStanford Journal Mr A H Bastin the Lancaster telephone magnate was here yesterday Mr W B Mason Mrs E J Mason J F Robinson and wife of Lancaster and T J Robinson and wife of IIustonville attended the burial of Mrs Martha Paxton Mrs Annie Hinternish of Coving ton is visiting her daughter Mrs Uepomuck Miller Misses Bessie Mae and Sue Anna Lear have for their guests this week Misses Allie Ida and Bessie Dudderar Yantis Irene Romans Lettie Mae McRoberts Ever Dunn Lillie V and Bettie West Annie Lee and Margaret Woolfolk Allene and Ida Lee Bourne Nannie Bastin Bernie Lear Stella Stone Margaret Arnold and Lizzie Grimes Stanford and Lancaster Interior Journal Stanford will have a fair at last The colored people of Lincoln and Garrard will go in togeth er and have a crackerjack about the second week in August Wm Jones of Stanfordhas been chosen president Wm Harris Lancaster Secy Frazee Owens Lancaster treasurer An Energetic Young Man Mr George D Potts a former boy has taken charge of the Staunton hotol at Chattanooga For a number of years Mr Potts has man aged the Burnett house in Cincin nati and it was mainly through his untiring efforts that it was made the leading hotel in Cincinnati Seeing a better thing in the Chattanooga prop erty Mr Potts decided to make the change He is the son of Mrs E D Potts and is well remembered by citizens and the boys of a few years ago He is an industrious push ing fellow and we trust will realize his fondest hopes MAKKSBURY Miss Sallie Cook of Stanford is the guest of the Missos Simpson Little Miss Georgia Barnes Doty of Lexing ton is spending several weeks with her aunt Mrs C A Robinson Mr Oliver Boner spending several days with his parents Mr and Mrs J C Boner Rev Mr Stallings left for Perry ville where he will help conduct a two weeks meeting Dr and Mrs Burnett of Lancaster were among the visitors at the Fork Sunday Mr Sim Johnson of Burgin and son Robert of Indiana attended preaching at the Fork Sunday and dined with Mr Sim Parks and family Miss Katie Philips of Stanford returned to her home Sunday after a pleasant visit to Miss Lula Simpson Mr and Mrs Charles Duncan have returned to their home in Nicholas ville after a weeks visit to their Mr and Mrs Alex West Mr Jones and wife of Perryville have been visiting Mr Charlie Grimes Rev T H Coleman of Danville will preach at the Fork church Sunday in the absence of the pastor Several from here attended Camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday Misses Mina and Ellie Hughes of Danville are visiting their aunt Mrs A D Hughes Mr Victor Lear and family called on Mr Alex West Sunday afternoon When Mr Lear went to untie his horse it be came frightened ran away and com pletely demolished the buggy Repulsive Features Blackheads pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common women especially girls at a certain age destroying beau ty disfiguring and making repulsive features which would otherwise ap pear 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 at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m MADISON INSTITUTE For Young Ladies- J W ITlcGAKVEV JR Pre Richmond Kentucky ADVANTAGES THAT NO OTHER FEMALE COLLEGE IN KENTUCKY AFFORDS Beautifully situated in the famous Bluegrass region hits just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history The only female college in the state that keeps a faculty of graduates of the University of Ditch Ann Arbor Columbia Uni varsity N Y City Vanderbilt Uni versity and others of the worlds greatest institutions with record as nstructors unsurpassed 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 Egypt Palestine and Europe Sickness almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for our catalogue 146t I I I Lancaster IS Sunday parents composed Music de I handsome I older among S Crab Orchard Fair and Racing elation Crab Orchard Fair July 23 24 25 1902 Remember the big Fair at Crab Or chard July 23 24 25 1102 Liberal premiums good music com fortable stands and a jolly good time is assured all who attend the big Fair at Crab Orchard July 23 21 25 1902 The best half mile track in the state has just been finished Four races every afternoon two run ning and two trotting good purses 10000 and upwards Crab Orchard July 23 24 25 1902 Remember that the Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association gives several 5000 purses for roadster rigs July 23 24 25 1902 List of Claims Allowed at the April Term Court of Claims April 28 1902 Andrson W P 4 days hauling on road GOO Anderson Terley 1 150 Arnold T M 1 150 Audersou Jim 2i 875 Allen E 3 525 4 COO Anderson Lee 2 375 AdamsJoe W 4 GOO AudersonDave2 300 1 600 Aldridge G 15 1 150 AndersonJii3col4J4dys G7 Anderson Geo 1 150 Arnold J A 1 150 Amon DrJA Medical Aco nt 5500 1COO Acton Dr J M 1700 Austin fc Kemper Coal G50 Anderson J E Damages on roud 1500 1 day us chain carrier 150 Arnold E W Clerk of Election 1901 200 Adams 200 Arnold Clay Bridge timber 400 Brewer Wm l road 225 Hack Allen 2 300 BallardJnoE Ji 900 BallardFrank5J 825 Bogie Wm M 2 300 Bourne J B 6 900 BaughmauWinG JOO Burdett Jnocol2 300 A 5 825 Buck Allen 4 G75 Bralton Jus 3 450 Brown Itobert GOO Broaddtis1 Boy 2 300 BroaddusFrank 3 450 Boats Joe 2 Ballard U H 5J S25 Burk J H 3 lurk W II 4 GOO Brown Lafe 4 GOO 2 BowliugGreen G 900 Boner Jno C y 225 Baker J M 5 750 BroaddusTom2 300 Ballard 1erry 2 300 Brown E Police Judges account 550 BOO Ball Thos waiting on small pox patient 1000 Baugninan Isaac 2 days hauling on road 300 Ballew Chas 1 day viewer on roud 150 Bourne J P Esq 2 days comtee work GOO Batsou U II Merchants account 780 Bradley Gilbert Co Acct Stationery etc 7870 Acct foi fee book CoJudge G 75 Bourne JB Judge Election Nov 1901 200 Bourne J P Esq Setting in Court 5 days 1500 County Judges Salary 0000 County Attorneys Salary GOOOO County Supt Schools Salary G5000 Cotton James A Damages on road 3187 Carter J B Account for lumber 1SSGS Collier Moses Account holding inquest 700 Conn J B Acconnt for 2 pauper collins 855- ConnGWPuttiug upElcctiou booths etc 500 Comley Mrs Bettie 10 rods of gravel 500 Cornett Bud 2 days hauling on road tOo Cox Emanuel 3 450 Coon George 4 GOO onu Jim 2 300 Cook J F 2J 375 Crawford Jas I 4 GOO Carrier W S G 900 Collett Dave 5 750 Conuer George G 900 Clark James Judge Election Nov 1901 200 Duncan J M Exoflicio services 7500 Acting as County Clerk 31GO- ODiuiu J II Esq Comtee work 3300 Dunn I M Cotee work 600 Setting in court 5 days 1500 Doty J A Acct as County Clerk G780 Allowed for Stationery 1000 Doty H C Account for surveying road 2 50 J W Viewer on road 150 Durham Charley Sherf elccn Nov 1901 200 Davis S P Sheriff Election Nov 1901 200 Davis John 4 days hauling on road GOO 4 675 Dean John A 4 GOO Davis Sam 2 300 Denny A R 525 Doty John G 900 Duncan Sam 5J 825 5 7JW 5 7 50 Donahue John 5 7UX 0 75Q Dunn J H Esq 12 days sitting in court 3GOO Elliott Dr W Me account 9000 000 1 days huuliugon road 150 Elam George G 900 Work on tools 35 Euson Ed 2 days hauling on road 300 Evans Yard S G 900 II Judge Election Nov 1901 200 Account 9471 1845 Ford A 0 Stationery 1010 FOlger Frank 2 days haullngon road 525 Fain Walter 5J 825- Folger Mat 2 3 00 Fox Jesse 2J4 375 FlowersJnoW3 N 450 Floyd Turner 3J FaulknerWebl 150 Flower Clerk Electiou Nov 1901 200 Fain WH Judge Election Nov 1901 300 Grant Dr II M health officer 3750 Greenleaf G B holding Inquest 800 Gibbs Alex viewer on road 150 Galas Oscar 2 days hauling on road 300 Graham S 4J J 6 75 GrowMrsPeachieG 900 Green Jack A 75 Gabbard D L J B Carter 3 day hlg road 4 50 Garner George 5 days hauling on road 7 50 Gip 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Gay J M judge election Nov 1901 2 00 Gill Newt 1 days hauling on road 225 Gulley J D 4 days hauling on road GOO Gay J M days hauling on road 375 Hurt days hauling on road l 0 Henderson R 8 1 days hauling on road 1 Hurt Wm 4 days hauling onroad GOO Ham John 2 days hauling on road Hurt Sale 1 on road 150 Henderson R 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Holcomb Steve 1 days hauling on road 150 0 0 5 SilO 1 Aldrldge G J W days I Burden II 1 90 0 52 1 1 Dishon WyUe I Dunn I U co Easley J FrisbieF P 525 J W as Gaffney 2 Wm l 3 I j 3f hauling on 14 j 4 Dunn j 4 a I r r Acct as ra days hauling v Hewlett J N 1 days hauling on road 1 CO Hiatt J M 2 days hauling on road Hurt Henry days hauling on road 75 Herring T I 3 days hauling on road Ilestor days hauling on road 300 Henderson Gaines3 days hlg ou road Henderson Mack 4 days hauling ou road GOO Ham J P 6 days hauling ou road 900 Hurt Josh 6 days hauling on road 900 Hawley F II 2 days hauling on road Hammack A J y days hauling on road JJ 2G days hlg ou road 2 teams Hnskins 6 days hauling ou road 900 Huffman Ben 2 dues hauling on road service HiggIns Jerry Account as Constable 4 50 Hawley F II 200 feet lumber Hogan W J House to hold election coal 2 25 Account 7G5 Hendren A J Account 1800 JIaseldeu J It Account 1820 Hudson Banks Clerk Election Nov 1901 a 00 Henry Jas R Judge Election Nov 1901 2 00 Hammack A J Sheriff Election Nov 1901 2 00 Jones WynttJSJi days hauling ou road 825 Johnson Jim G days road 9 00 Johnson Sam 3 days road 450 Joseph Jacob Account Jackson J T Putting up ElectlonBooths G 00 King W T G days hauling on road 90 3 days hauling on road Lawson W L Sheriffs account ICGtiO Viewer on road 150 Leavell A D Judge electon Nov 1901 2 00 Delivering Ballot box 15 Lawson Joe 2 days hauling on road 3 00 Ledford Jess 5 days road 750 Lane G days hauling ou road 9 DO Lane Geo H 2 days hauling on road Lawson E D3 days hauling on road 4 50 Land Hence 1J days hauling on road 2 25 Lane Speller 2 days hauling on road 3 Logan Dry Goods Co Account 1770 Morrow E W Attending Clock 25 Myers Ike Account 15 Miles Puttie House to hold court S Myers Ike Esk Committee work 33 11 days setting in court 3300 McRobcrts R E Account H83 1520 Morton J P Co Account for book Moor Henry Pauper coffin 270- Marsee Noah Viewer on road Montgomery J II Damages on road McQuerry Buck G days hauling on road 9 00 Miller Mose 1 days hauling on road 150 Morchead Wint 2 days hauling on road 3 00 MoutgomeryEruestj days hlson road 5- McQuerry Nick IJ days hauling on road 2 McQuerry Arthur G days hling on road 900 McGrath li A Ja 3 days haulingon road Moss W B Sheriff Election Nov 1101 2 00- Marsee Jno F Judge Election Nov 1JOl 2 0 Mullins B T Sheriff Election Nov 1JOl 2 00 Noel Comtee work 2100 2600 11 days sitting in curt 3300 Napier J C Judge Election Nov 1901 4 4 hunting on road G 75 Napier Albert 5 days hauling on road OHernThorf 3 days hauling on road 450 Owens Ed 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Pullius D C 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Pointer days hauling on road 900 Pointer Arch G days hauling on road 9 00 Pointer Tyree road 900 Preston A R G days hauling on road 9 00 Pope Joseph 1 days hauling on road Irewitt Sim 1 days hauling on road 1 50 Preston Hugh 2daysli8iiliugon road 300 Parks J il2 days road 3 Parks Sim J G days hauling ou road 9 Parks James 5 days road S 50 Pointer J W G days hauling on read 9 00 Perkins Nick 4J days hauling on road 6 79 Pitts J S 3 days hauling ou road 450- Parsou R F Committee work 000 9 days sitting in court 2700 G days hauling on road 9 20 sills 4 Powder ami fuse 1 Sitting in court Pearce Frank Judge Election Nov 1901 2 Posey J II Judge Election 2 Prather R A Sheriff Election Nov 1901 Parks John B Judge Election Nov 1901 Ross Dave Jailors Account Robinson J E Account 500 Roop C S Pauper collin 585 Ross Dave Jailors account 438 90 Ray Raymond Constables account 2 50 Raiuey Taylor Capture CarrierPreston 15 CO Robinson G B Judge election Nov 1901 2 Rout M F Judge election 1901 Robinson C A Sheriff election Nov IJOl Ray E B Clerk election Nov 1901 2 J M Clerk election Nov 1901 2 Ruble John 2 days road 3 Ramsey Tom 4 days hauling on road G Ramsey James G days hauling on road 9 Robinson C A2 days rood 3- RogersJoe Jr 150 Rogers Jas days hauling on road 5 2 Rothwell Gid 3 days road 4 50 Ray Hiram 1 days hauling on road 1 53 Ray Jim 1 days hauling on road 150 Rigsby Sol 1 days hauling on road 2 Swinebroad G B2 lays election comtee 4 Sunders J B ExOcio as Sheriff 75 Account Account 2550 Stapp Forest Account 4 BettIng in court 5 days 15 Scrivener Mrs Ella B Damages on road 99 Scott Damages road 74 Scott Logan 3 days hunting on road Scott John 1 days hauling on road Stevens Dave 3 days hauling ou road 450 Roscoe 2J days hliugon road 3 75 Stowe W H 2 days hauling on road 3 Swope B P5 days hauling on road 750 Smith James 2 days hauling on road 3 Speaks Johnson 4 days hauling on road G Speaks Robert 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Sutton Price 2 days hauling on road 3 Sutton John K 2 days hauling on road 3 SchoolerGeorge days hauling on road 75 Stoltz J C 3 days haulingou road 4 CO Trustees Union School house account 5 Turner S D Account 3320 5550 Tarter Account 75 Trustees Paint Lick Church account 2 Thompson G W Damages on road 81 Traylor Dr G A Medical account 12 Totten W M Sheriff Election Nov 1901 2 Teater S Sheriff Election Nov 1901 2 Thompson T W G days hauling ou road 9 Teater Henry 1 days hauling on road 1 50 Teater Roser 3 days hauling on road 4 50 Terrill P 8 3 days hauling on road Tankersley Mick 4 days road G Tschartz Rudolph 2 days hauling road 3 Teater Leslie 1 days hauling on road 150 Thompson S 4 days Hauling on road G Thompson T W 3 12 days hling on road 5 Vanderpool Russel days hlg road s 25 Vauderpool J M days hllug ou road 8 25 Wallace 0 T Expenses to Good Road Con 10 Walker Judge Election Nov 1901 2 Tom Clerk Election Nov 1901 2 Ward Wm Sheriff Election Nov 1901 2 West W W Judge Election Ifov 190J 2 Woods E Election Nov 1901 2 Walker A K Election Nov 1901 2 Wheeler Morris 1 days hauling on road West Robt 1J days hauling on road 2 23 Walker Wesley 1J days hauling on road Walker John 1 days hauling on road Walker Smiley 2 days hauling on road 3 Walker Jack 2 hauling ou road 3 Walker J W 4 days hauling on road G Whitted Ed 1 days hauling ou road Woolwlne Bud 2 days hauling on 3 Woolwine Chris 3 days hauling on road 450 Williams Henry 6 days hauling road 9 WlllaWm 4 Wills Wm Esq Sitting In Courts days 6 Walker DrFM Medical Account 9 Yantis Thos 2 days hauling on road 3 Att J A Dory 00 5 Jock 525 t 300 Hudson Yntes9 1350 W C 300 5000 I 250 hauling on I hauling ou 0 I 450 hauling on 00 660 150 8ii 00 5 450 n Esq 200 day 750 Wm 6 t 150 on hauling on 190t 2 2 23720 2 2 haulIng on hauling on hauling on 109 SO W D on 450 ISO C II 450 hauling on 25 512 512 J Judge 150 225 150 days 150 load Clerk 3 3 2 82 3 A days hauling on hauling Sow Rothu ell Sanders 3z w errttt L Clerk 1- Yr CLEARING OUT PRICES ON LOW SHOES Colonials Sandals Blucher Ties Oxfords Theos and Fedoras Theyre all going at prices cut in half PETERS make every one of them Theyre just as good shoes to day as they were a month as swell just as snappy just as dainty desirable The only difference is that if we dont sell them quick the season will be over and we shall have to carry them over until next year We wont do it Weve got to lost money on them and well lose it right now If you want to get a chance at a bargain speak quid as there are not so very many of these goods leftWARD SYPSON We Can Supply Your Every Want e agojust just as I r 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 Higginbotham Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable improve ment None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday THE FOX STUDIO Public Square Lancaster Ky I i 4 l tI i it MODERN t tit PHOTOgRAPHS 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 C The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy 5i ply seam Sold by merchants everywhere 1 any quarter collar made Merchants should write for our I9O2 offer O tn or 2 samples sent prepaid 2S cents I They q up to date for 1 DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OF VERANDA HOTEL Stanford Ky Friday Saturday Aug 8th and 9th GILCIIER HOTEL Danville Ky Monday and Tuesday Aug 10th lltb Dont neglect your eyes best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and get reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Kr Office over Thompsons store your e Are in many respects like other ulcers or and this resemblance often proves fatal the blood anti the the irritation announce the approach sickening cancerous destructive work No or sore outsome predisposing that has the body will continue rffied and the spread and eat into the Cancer or morbid decaying effete matter It has great S S cleanses the and poisons antidotal purifying and restore the And pure is the blood will be sent free c a CAIIIf rROUss C rRS sores Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are nl1ti in neW cells are constantly up and discharge and at last sharp shooting pains of the and sloughing stage and a hideous sore begins Its In February I noticed a small lump on my lower lip The doctor 1 it but another came and broke Internal cause out into an open sore I began to take blood andtlie s S S and after I had seven bot Open djcbargi11g ulcer or tile fester entirely and no signs of the disease have been seen sore on the cheek or since W p Drown Hollands S C of to flesh unless the blood is pl mattcr eliminated from the circulation- S bloodof all and properties that soon destroy the germs condition when carried to the ulcer or sore tile healing process begins the discharge ceases and tile place over new skin fonus S S S is a strictly containing no mercury or mineralS of any 0 jf have an ulcer or chronic sore of any write us it medi cal advice cost nothing nooks on other diseases of THE SPECifiC CO Atlanta G3e 4 t LfrL plying Cancer developing eating 1890 can exiSt with cauterized taken ties the place healed ing other vegetable blood description e about will you Canr and SWIFT For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Less than half the crop of peaches are expected in Georgia this year The strawberry growers of the neighborhood realized about 135000 during the past season V JI Hoover Jr and John sold to Cogar Davis Co 0000 bush els of wheat at 80 cents Jessamine JournalAfter November 1st the Louisville tobacco warehouses will charge S150 for each hogshead sold There will al so be a lessening of competition among housesIt said that 50000 young cattle will be shipped from Texas to South Africa to stock the farms of the Boers that were depleted during the war that has A farmer near Crystol SpringsMiss sold last month his tomato crop from a nine acre Held to a broker for 1400 the purchaser paying the cost of gath ering hauling and boxing the The greater part of 3000 head of that were slopped at the distiller ics in Daviess county have been sold and they brought an enormous sum of money The amount is estimated by the Owensboro Inquirer at 175000 J W Taylor of Ozan Ark who has a ranch on the Little Missouri river has been in the bee business for 17 years He now has 255 stands of bees and makes a specialty of raising queen bees for market lie sends them to all parts of the world He has sold this year 0000 lbs of honey 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 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 access of 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 Vanmeter formerly of this but now of week in Boyle twelve Shorthorn bulls They will be sent to Mexica this fall with a shipment of about 100 head of bulls which have been gathered up in Kentucky Winchester Democrat I am nsing a bx of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and Und them the best thing for my stomach 1 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 Mc lloberts druggist 1m There is a corn famine throughout most of the mountain counties ofKen tucky and in places the cereal cannot be bought The price is 1 a bushel straight Be Your Own Doctor So Says an Old Dutch Provarb- A woman is naturally herown doctoral thirty and In cases where she suffers most a physician U if sho is at all familiar with herdelicate organism Unnatural modes of dress tight hieing boots and the violation of j of health are the usual cause of dis eases peculiar to f women are other forms of disease to en are subject through other The disorders of Women are suppressed T menstruation painful men and profuse menstruation Mradfl fids Female Regulator rtll be found a wonderful aid and invigorator dur the the greatest de cree and most remarkably relieves all distress menstruation BrsxJfields Female Regulator establishes regularity of the tenses frees patient from abdominal headache hysteria UK IUMIELB iEGUIlTM d iUiEl fa I Chattanooga A Vince justterminated tomato cattle already Remedyone I manufactured county Shelbybought last r the1a ws man Which all won causes functional U5UalJ directJypain andnervousness Irlce of r v 7 I J JJ LI 1 haw S needless u3 I 100 John Wmgate is one of the most successful potato growers in Boyle county and has been remarkably for tunate in preserving sweet potatoes In his specially prepared house he kept several bushels for two years and this year planted them and they are producing finely AdAocate Strayed or blackand spot ted sow weight about 250 lbs uric pled in left hind leg Information leading to her recovery will bo thank fully received and liberally S Wall Lancaster Ky fjul17 The Louisville Leaf Tobacco is to enforce rigidly a rule against giving rebates to shippers by warehousemen A successful Illinois Jog raiser gives his remedy for scours 5u pigs as fal lows Make a tea of white oak bark quite strong and give the sows a pint or more of it twice a day in their slop If the pigs arc in a bad way let the sows have the tea good an strong and in a few days there will not bo a Sick pig on the place This Is a simple remedy and worth trying A Mercer county farmer sold 117 Jambs that averaged 70 pounds on the Louisville market fpr 877175 which with the wool made a ntt profit of about 1000 from a Hock of 100 sheep This looks like sheep raising pays when intelligently conducted and protected from dogs A traveler in Norway says that the horses in that country have a very way of taking their food which might be benificially followed here They have a bucket of water put down beside their allowance of hay It is interesting to see with what relish they take a sip of the one and a of the other alternately souie times only moistening their mouth as a rational being would while eating his dinner of such dry food A broken winded horse is scarcely ever seen in Norway and the question is if the mode of feeding has not something to do with the preservation of the respiratory organs Farmers everywhere piay work with the assurance that they will realize good prices for their surplus There can hardly be any overproduction of farm crops this year There has if ever been a scarcity of stock feed so general all over the country as the past spring It is mighty little old corn or hay that you lind on farms now This general shortage will make a demand that can only be met by full crops of everything Good pastures are filling up the stock that in so very many instances came through the win ter in poor condition and good prices will stimulate stockmen to make an extra effort to get animals in the in the best possible shape So as the farmer tickles the soil he feels that his returns will this season be satisfactory and the more he the larger will be his profits Farmers Guide Charity begins at home and ends ar broad 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 the age of seventysix eats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy Dont waste 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 Good Cue by Joe Blackburn Washington of Kentucky poured out a glass of ice water and drank it with evident satisfaction There isnt anything quite so good as water after all quoth Blackburn which by the way he added reminds me of a story Down in Kentucky began Mr Blackburn there was a farmer who strange to say did not the taste of whisky One day at mas time he was at a neighbors house and wasinvited to sample a of cream lemon sugar and other ingredients commonly known as He sipped then drank then drained several mugs When he to go home he felt curious Its an insidious drink you know and when he reached home he went to bed The next mornihg he awoke with an awful thirst Breaking the thin covering of ice on the water bucket out on the porch he took one long drink Mandy Mandy come here and bring the children he shouted I never tasted such water in myiife StolenA rewarded- T Exchange sensible mouthful animals seldom assured Itic- kles PostSenator Blackburn know Christ- I mixture market eggnog starred 4 NATURE OND TO THE FISHES Injuroil Vim An iulckly Kctnirc l Hut Those Entirely Gone Arc Restored What nature can do for fishes in the way of repairing injuries is shown in tlu case of a carp now in the New York aquarium whither it was brought two years ago from the lake in Prospect park says the New York Sun This carp which is IGor 17 inches long was placed when first received in a tank on the gallery tier on the fresh water side of the aquarium in company with some smaller fishes It didnt like the tank or the com and soon after being placed in it the carp jumped out Over this tank as over all the oth ers along the tier is a heavy wire screen put there to keep the fishes in and keep rats out Jumping up against the screen the carp pushed it aside anti it had gone alt but clear out of the tank when the screen Topped down again and nipped the asirps tail between it and the edge of the tank The carp finished its trip to the platform four feet below the top of the tank upon which it lauded minus a square inch of Us tail torn off when the screen dropped on it The carps tail is about three inches in length The missing piece com prising about onethird of the area of the upper lobe was torn out of the upper extremity making in upper end of the fishs tail a deep rightangled notch It has now been so nearr ly to its original proportions that HQ one not acquainted with the facts would over suspect that it had been curtailed u The rays or slen der spines that like the stocks ol a fan in it form framework or skeleton of the tail and the web or membrane between them have slow ly grown out again gradually filling up this gap in the fishs tail and keep ing P growing until now that upper lobe is baok into practically its prigi mil proportions This reproduction of the solid piece lost out of the carps tail seems won derful but nature as is here shown is in fact in many ways beneficent to flsbcs Not infrequently there are received at the aqiiarium fishes yhQse linn have been split the weakfish be ing perhaps particularly susceptible to such injury A weakfish comes in for instance with the web or membrane of its JftU It1 away front some one o the iajs fp which it is attached the hotly of a fan mjghj be OVP PVa from some ouc of the stinks Commonly with the lapse of time this injury is repaired hero The web and the ray grow together again beginning at the inner end of the rent the healing and iijg optward toward the extremity Little trout two or three inches in length live been received the dorsal almost destroyed by fun gus the fin so nearly gone that it seemed at first glance to have gone entirely and as though the fish must get through lifts Without a dorsal But in time these trout have come out of it with dorsal in full feather so to speak Salt water baths have luJJpd the fungus and kind nature has done the rest And so it might appear that when a fish lost a fin nature would give it another but it will not do that It will restore a fin partly Jost though commonly not in as perfect a form as the orighifll but it does not repair an injury that extends where the rays join nor will it any more than it will restore lost scales reproduce a fin that has been lost entirely Cut this out and take it to R E Mc Roberts Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets The best physic They also cor rett disorders of the stomach 25 cents lip When a married womans llirtation gets dangerous she eases her by assuring herself that a good womans inlluence helps the worst of men Dont Fall 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 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 run down systems Electric Bitters posi tively cures Kinney and LiTer Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness and expels Malaria Satisfaction by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Only 50 cents Humor is said to be one of the ele ment of genius but it is impossible to make a pessimist believe it The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience simi lar to that which has happened in every neighborhood in 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 laiD 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 when I used other remedies Mr Kelly is a well known citizen of Henderson N C For sale by R E McRoberts druggist lm If a man does one bad act and it is found out it casts a shadow over adoz en formes good ones j r s y or 5 pan restore l rill t lit I torn joiningextend with tin friG effected Troubles Rheumatism Nenralgia 1 cot iron- bound a beyond conscience 4W guaranteed almost attacks FAVORITE 1FIERCES RESCRWTION FORWEjwOME IolHOiiIiifj Th 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 DeWitts 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 There is always a chance for a man to go higher if he has the ability to climb Acts Colds are sometimes more trouble sotno in summer than in winter its 50 hml to keep from adding to them while cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once safe Acts immediately Sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles Occasionally a sensible woman at tracts attention by makingno effort to attract it Vacation lay 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 DeWitts Hazel Salve for quickly stop ping pain or removing danger of ser ious 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 A wise man can answer a lot of ques tions that a fool wouldnt think of ask ing Time Perfect LIver Ttfcillcpiq 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 medicine and the greatest blood purifier It is a medicine pj merit and tully accomplishes ill 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 of fever producing poisons Her bine js a most efficient ifyer regulator 50c at R E McRQberts Druggist 1m If a man Is charitable bo does his duty without making a fuss about The Korig Worms Medicine II P Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and threw up all retain nothing on Its stomach He bought one bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and it brought ip worms from the phjld 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 systern and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Virtue is frequently its own reward because there are no questions asked 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 jOb and OQ at P E McRoberts Druggist 1m A lie is a handle that fits many tools Plain is the shadow that follows pleasure 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 trou ble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doc tors 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 IAb- solutely c Constipation system children tWitch absorption I foodcould lit Immediately promote S 4U5 liver 4 4S s 4 rheumatism I General News Notes Most Important Events of the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere A million dollar packing house is to be built in Louisville by the Central Stockyards Company A limited train on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad made a run of 481 miles in 4GO minutes Kentuckys portion of the Federal Governments annual appropriation for the State military is 2761437 The Hon John B Chenault has an nounced his candidacy for the Demo cratic nomination for state Auditor Of 297 State banks operating in Ken tucky 149 will receive a rebate from the State this year under the act of the last Legislature to reimburse these institutions for excess of taxes paid under the Hewitt law prior to 1890V S Miller W S Palmer and Frank Morehead of the United States Geo logical survey have arrived in Jlar rodsburg and will begin tile geological survey of the surrounding country from that point The projected includes Garrard county At meeting of the AfroAmerican Council in St Paul considerable was raised in Louisville as the next meeting place by delegates who opposed a State where Jim Crow laws were in force Bishop Clinton declared in an eloquent speech that tne negroes would receive as fair and courteous in Louis in any Northern city and the selection of the Kentucky metropolis was made unanimous MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOK Consumption Coughs and Golds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Ha LaGrippc Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whoopinc Cough NO CURE PAY Pro GOs 51 Trial Bottle Free IT WILL BE RIGHT 1 IP IOU SEND YOUR TO US- We defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours PROMPTNESS GENERAL SATISFACTION We make a specialty of j Family Washing this de y partment being under the Y sole charge of ladies 4 Danville Steam Laundry 1 SMITH CURREY Agents 4 Lancaster Ky 1 I opposition I yule as CQ t IllUNDRY YORK I QQBWORK G5Jm hi mJua survey treatment Fever 4134 Kodolyspepsia Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive or It is the latest ant and tonic No other approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache allother results of imperfect digestion Prepared b E C OtWITT A CO CblcaflO Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you sat reconstructing preparatIon- can nd and St Largesize contalul Book all n- stantly 234 I tlme- tsmUIze C 0 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 Solid Vestibuled Trains Dining CarsElectric Lights Pullman Sleepers Stopover allowed in the mountains Full information at C O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel 1300 ROUND TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A TO 4 o S jp Mamma is watching her baby j from the window of her room Sand envying the nurse her It often happens that jq dates a life of invalid ism from the birth of her first s child In other cases she has a jj slow recovery which shuts her out for a long time from the family life c Mothers who have used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription as a preparative for maternity cx g press their amazement at the Ij strength it gives keeping the t body healthy the mind cheer gi ful and making the babys ad vent painless I cannot say too much for Dr S Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Mrs S E Rose of Big Otter Co CJ W Va I feel it 1113 duty to say to all women who are suffering front y troubles that it is the best medi cine on earth that they can use I am 3 the mother of five children and have 3 been as high as eight days in the doc Jj tors hands and never less than two lays at any time until the last Then I had used two bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and was only H two hours in the of the doctor Favorite Prescription makes P weak women strong well Accept no substitute for B the medicine which works won M ders for weak women Orm PicpcoFs Pleasant Pollots are a gentle hut effective laxative z Qk St tM R rAG 9j regular I tt tt female n sickwomen I i vics 1 1 tuf practically i l k IF YOUR howthey would groan when the life is crushed out of them by high pressure machinery Our york is Ironed by low pressure machinery which pro longs the life ofthe linen many months also pro nee a finish that i nc t excelled in any city A phone will bring- a wagon M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky II T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky COLLARSCOULD cardor fnil u E Iii KfiiU COIDpalie- lAeba flu tm- lalttin NationnltJIartf014 Conneticut- UCrnHl1 lh nix Jlertjunrls New York rHdenrrite Liverpool London lobe North llritish Merelzattil Atm Life Ins Co Dr KNNARD ReiicIitill F11tFNii1 I A1Itltieitii oY 12OJdSI1i- 3Iilw1ti1eo llartfaii LEWIS Y LEAVELI President Vke ORGANIZED 1883 I The mmm NATIONAL BANK X Of LANCASTER KY 1 CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 J g B F HUDSON Cashier WORioxEY Asst Cashr C D WALKKK Bookkeeper 4 X Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention x DIRECTORS V Lewis Y Leaveil J S Robinson 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