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RECORDTIIJUSTEISXTJI YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY JULY 24 1902 THE CENTRAL BEB17 y t r r Jb rU Items of Local Interest As water is scarce it might be well enough to charge the lire engine with beer as the council has plenty of the latter on hand A good rain fell here Saturday con sequently the farmers arc jubilant it wusvery beneficial to vegetation and at present the prospects for a good corn crop is splendid Deiilli Of An taunt Carlisle Mercury At the Methodist parsonage this city on Friday July 11th 1 0 infant child of Rev and Mrs F M Hill Burial at Perry ville Saturday Services by Rev E II Pearce Marshal captured six small colored boys Sunday indulging in a quiet game of craps Judge Shngars touched them up Monday for23 each and they are now preparing rock for the improvement of the city streets Hly iiloiicy for ClilckeiiH Five hundred dollars will be offer ed in premiums on poultry at the Ken tucky State Pair at Louisville in Sep tember Our Clark county poultry raisers have always been successful in capturing premiums at previous exhibitions and we expect them to bring back quite a number in Septem ber Water Works The drilling for water goes steadily on the drill is now down 07 feet A small stream of water was struck on Saturday hut not in sufficient quanti ty to be of any use The drillers are confident of finding water in abund once and if we may depend upon their judgment Lancaster may expect to have water works lrc4 AMociitioii The editor was Owensboro and yesterday attending the an nual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association This organization is of great benefit to the fraternity as they become better acquainted exchange ideas discuss and cuss many of the ups and downs of newspaper life and talk shop The editor is on the on credentials whose duty it is to shut out outsiders and as he has not returned up to press hour it may le that some interloper has put him in the river At the conclusion the business meeting the editors left on an extended tour to the lakes and points in Michigan THE RECOUD representative left Lancaster with only thirty cents so unless he strikes luck in a crap game he will return to Lancaster tonight committee jl I il m f x in Crap iiooters Roth vcll t I t1 i poultry i F I 1 I f 1 I I Tuesday 1 I c oft 1ti Mat Siler continues his onslaught the dog crop Keep it up its thing Found A barrel of beer Owner can have same by proving property City Council Beer is mighty good these hot days but a barrel is sure to get a fellow in trouble Be temperate in all things gentlemen We move that the barrel of beer be divided equally between the Council George Patterson and Injun Rothwell They are all clever fellows and would call in their friends CIiildrciiM Way at Baptist Church Childrens Day will be celebrated in the Baptist church on next Sunday morning The services will begin at 10 oclock The pastor will make a short address and these services will tale the place of the regular morning worship All the members of the church are requested to bring their of ferings to Missions and the children are requested to bring their mite boxes No Flirting plowed Down at Millersburg Sunday night the pastor of a church created a sen sation at League meeting by walking down the aisle taking a young man by the arm and leading him to the door requested him to leave The pastor claims the young fellow was casting googoo eyes at the girls and he didnt propose to allow any flirting during services There is room for like mis sionary services in many other places The Commomvraltli in All Illulit We are glad to know of the many kind words being said about the of our good friend John Sam Owsley for reelection as common wealths attorney Here in Lancas tel Sam is familiarly dubbed The Commonwealth and many a friendly joke is worked oil on him lIe is a faithful officer free from corruption and the people would do well to keep him in the harness Unveiling of JTIoiiuiuciit It is the wish of the Confederate Veterans and members of the G of Boyle county to make the un veiling of the Confederate monument on the Perry ville battle field an event of as much general interest as It is plann2d to secure the best speakers for the occasion and to in vile all military organizations of the state as well as from other states if any such wish to participate and also all G A R and Confederate Veteran organizations The unveiling of the monument will take place on the Sth of October the fortieth anniversary of the battle of Perry ville Jon candidacy possible Alt Like Grains of Gold 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 Ribbons 1 Laces Underwear Fans Hosiery We have a lot of odds and ends in Ladies Misses and Childrens we are selling for half price and less Logan Dry Goods Co i t t tf TT T 11 f 7f t 1 fff vr I t I t f I k7yCTfffy 7f fT fCff e klr 4 f- In f 1 t 6 r r 3 c w L Slippers k I t C r TIic AVlioat Crop- a The wheat crop is about all and is much better than was ex pected Many farmers are storing their crops expecting better prices and we believe they will make big money by so doing Know the Law Its very funny to hear the opinions of the Farris law given by streetcor ner sages who think they know more about the law than any licensed It is very strange that so many brilliant lawyers havent license and practice Preached Sunday IVIglit Rev Henry K Faulconer preached to a large congregation at the church Sunday evening Mr Faulconer is a splendid preacher and bighearted good man who is ed and respected by all who have pleasure of his acquaintance Rig Crowds The Richmond Elks made all kind of money on the hair last week but the Elks never undertake any thing without going into win The show is said to have been a good one After singing its praises for many weeks we had to forego the pleasure of the run of work in this office ing too large for any of the force to leave Sunday School PIcnIc The Sunday school at Herring will give a picnic next Saturday the 26th in the beautiful grove of walnut trees on the farm of Erasmus Dunn The wellknown kindness and hospitality of this neighborhood in sures for their guests a bountiful feast of good things Those who attend will be generously and liberally enter tained Cant Whites Brother Dead Capt F J White of this ollice re coves notice of the death of his half brother George W White in Rich mond last week He was familiarly called Old Printer and was one of the best compositors the state The burial took place in Richmond lIe leaves a widow and several grown up children He was about 07 years of age Wax I ii Warm The whisky battle is waxing warm in the Buckeye precinct Rev L Robinson spoke all over the precinct last week to great crowds at every point He is very confident of victory over the saloon people Ho spoke at Paint Lick school house Monday this week and speaks at two oclock today Thursday at Gunns Chapel An all day rally will be held at Buckeye Saturday election consisting of speeches and music Some Time A prominent minister of the gospel has denounced marriage as legalized slavery and a advocating the killing of weak and imbecile children To the credit of both be it said that the church promptly fired the preacher and the medical fraternity has refused to to the doctor The Harrodsburg Herald adds to this item When mar riage is abolished and all the irrespon sibles slain by the law then all good people will be in heaven all decent people dead and all bad people on the way to the place where they belong State Guards Camp Beginning August 5th the State Guards will go into their encampment which lasts six weeks This year they will camp at Mammoth Cave The tents will be pitched in a delightfully shady place opposite the Cave Hotel and every thing be made as comfortable as pos sible for the troops The L N will run excursions from various points in Kentucky so that numerous hops and other social features may be enjoyed by the boys A prettier or more in teresting place could not have been chosen for the camp and six weeks may be well spent in exploring the Mammoth and other smaller caves with which that part of the State abounds They Cant Down Him Because Editor W P Walton has exposed the thieving investment com panics turned the light on many municipal jobs and refused to dance to the fiddling of the powers hatbe in Lexington an effort has been made to oust him from his posi tion and in plain words get rid of trim send him back to Stanford but the gallant old veteran has been in too many tight places to budge from his enemies and for the tenthousandth J time has come out ahead of the hounds While Mr Walton strikes most too hard sometimes in his fights for what he believes is right yet just such a man is needed at the head or a paper Lexington His exposition of the investment frauds was one of the best things for the people that ever he is entitled to a vote of thanks therefor You cant keep a good man down and those fellows who are fighting him at Lexington will sooner or later find that they are gnawing a file In a recent Issue Mr Walton winds up a redhot editorial with these words The Democrat is here to stay and by the eternal it will stay to preach Democratic doctrines to expose corruption in high places and to strike on the head every big or little who strays out of the straight and narrow path Ver bum sat sap I harvested attorney Presbyterian attending b schoolhouse days Off rightfully dirty in belo th afternoon physicians listen Kentucky annual happened and scoundrel a a a it the Way Editor Ed Walton wrote a nice lit tie puff for a milliner in which he said he was glad to see her stocking up Meeting the scribe on the street she soaked him with her parasol and threatened to tell his wife The un sophisticated editor has never been able to find out what was wrong with his item A Great Success THE RECOUD which had a great deal to do witli inducing Mr E II Fox the photographer to open a studio in Lancaster is delighted to see what a large amount of work he is getting to do He comes every Tues day and Friday and is busy all of both days lIe is equipped with the latest and best facilities and does the same fine work that is turned out at his fitted up here with all the conveni ences to be wanted Some Benefit Alter All Those good women about Lancaster who are working their finger tips off to support trifling husbands may find encouragement in the following tak ken from the Cynthiana Democrat A story comes from Eminence that John Filson a farmer while sick of a fever was utilized as an incubator His wife seeing that he was in siege placed a setting of eggs sixteen in number about his body and in due time all but two of them hatched Now John is a proud old rooster with fourteen chickens to scratch for Crab Orchard Spring The famous old resort is packed and jammed with guests this week on ac count of the fair but next week many will leave for home and if you want a few days rest and recreation our is to go over and stay with Mine Host Joe Willis He is the best man ager the hotel has ever had and cer tainly knows how to take care of his guests The table is tIne the waters unsurpassed Take a few days off go over and get the cob webs out of your hair and when you return you will have new ideas and more energy If you wait for an opportunity to go youll never get anywhere HCM After Them Recently a minister of a church in Paris preached a sermon on the evils of saloons and mentioned the fact Councilman of that city swore out a warrant against the L N R R for unceremoniously knocking a few people off a bridge in that city with a deadly weapon towit an engine In the course of his moralizing the preacher the same Councilman was running saloon an evil that was far more in its results and responsible more disasters than a railroad whereupon the said moved to remark that once upon time a preacher of that city rented a building for saloon purposes and made use of the revenue derived therefrom Verily the trail of the serpent is and crooked but it gets there all the Democrat Can Get All They Will Do A few years ago when the selfbind ers were put on the market the men complained and said that this machine would deprive them of a vast amount of labor for which they receiv ed good wages No one will dispute the fact but what the binders do the work of thousands of men yet accept ing this to be a fact we must admit that it is now harder for the farmers to secure labor in harvest time than was before the binder was invented This great army of men have found work in other callings and no doubt work that is just as remunerative and the labor not half so hard as wheat binding No matter how many are put on the market there will forever be a demand for muscle power and brain force It takes labor to manufacture the endless variety of machines that are displacing labor One will about offset the other Just so it is with the horse With all the horseless carriages there will always be a demand for the horse Hon R H TomllnsonM Father Dead The many friends of Hon R H Tomlinson deeply sympathize with him on the death of his father which occurred in Lexington Thursday The Leader says Mr Joseph Tomlinson died at the residence of his soninlaw Ross C Adams No 382 South Broadway this morning at 630 oclock Funeral ser vices will take place at the residence Saturday morning at 830 oclockRev C Sims and Rev W W Ramsay After the funeral services are over the remains will be taken to Danville on the 950 train where the burial will take place Joseph Tom linson was born in Randolph county North Carolina and would be 88 years of age next November He lived years in Garrard county for sever al years he resided in Danville but for the last three years has lived in Lexington He has been a devout member of the Methodist church for many years He is survived by six Melvin L Harris and Mrs Ross C Adams of this city Mrs T L Mudd of Kansas city Miss Bet tie Tomlinson and Mr R H Tomlin of Lancaster Ky Tomlinson of Garrard county Ky who were all present at his bedside He will be buried in Danville beside his wife who preceded him to tho about ten years ago Usually I thee for a advice Councilman- was sameWinchester laboring many childrenMrs I and MrR J d aid or engine devious machines officiating sun f s r Trouble by the Barrel Full Saturday afternoon Chief of Police Sam Rothwell and Policeman Mat Siler spotted a barrel of beer at the depot marked to Nig Spencer They said nothing but did a lot of thinking which resulted in them keeping a weather eye on the barrel That af ternoon Mr Pattersons wagon which hauls all the freight started for the Chute with the barrel The officers swooped down and coppered barrel horse wagon driver and in fact in sight The arrest caused much excitement and Mr Patterson the L and N agent came to the res cue saying that all charges had been paid on the barrel no c o D coming with the shipment and he a right to deliver it He ordered the driver to return to the depot but when the latter started the officers or dered him back By this time things were at a white heat and a great crowd stood by and laughed at and guyed both sides When the wagon started to return Siler caught the and led the team back the when crossing the Square being one of the most amusing sights we have ever beheld There sat Agent Patterson not Monarch of all he exactly but with a firm grip on the lines his eyes fixed on Siler and his lips tightly sealed All was a brass band to complete the show Finally the barrel was placed in the police court room and after all kinds of chawing of the rag the crowd dispersed Siler stood guard over the barrel and Mr Patterson went back to his office During the trying times two overenthsiastic citi tens fell out and would have fit had not strong arms prevented Officer Sam Rothwell tells TIrE RECOUD that he is determined to find out if the Farris law is a good one as he will every offender he possibly can The question at stake Saturday was whether the wagon had a right to the goods The Farris law pro hibits c o D shipments as all but whether it can stop the shipment of beer or any other when the stuff has been paid for in the city is a question which is doubtful At any rate test it and it it is all right then enforce it to the letter TirE RECOUD had hoped that no more trouble would be had on the whisky question forto put it in plain English if much wrangling is had a vote will be taken and bar rooms will carry by a majority of two to one We are opposed to whisky first last and all the time but like many other we are tired of the many messes are constantly being stirred up by the illegal sale of liquors f everything bridle procession arrest intoxicant full citizens that bit hac surveyed needed deliver understand very y Circuit Judge Race Judging from the amount of politics talked on the streets of Danville Mon day the race for Circuit Judge Judge Saulley and Hon Robt Harding is waxing warm Each can didates friends are presenting their champions claim in their very best manner and not allowing an opportu nity to escape them The ball will in all probability be opened here next Monday it being county court day OBITUARY A feeling of the deepest gloom and pervaded the entire communi when the sad news was proclaimed that Mrs D R Collier died suddenly of apoplexy on Sunday night at 1020 oclock The death was doubly shock ing because it was uot expected and the blow is felt in many homes beside the one which was made so very dark and desolate Funeral services were conducted at 10 oclock a m on Tuesday at her late residence by Eld B C Dewees of Lexington assisted by Eld A R Moore interment following in Lan caster Cemetery The presence of many friends and relatives the floral offerings and the words of commenda tion evinced the high repute in which she was held Deceased was fiftyfour years of age having been married in 1865 to Gen D R Collier who survives her two daughters Mesdames R L Elkin and J E Robinson and one son Capt W H Collier upon all of whom her excellent traits of charac ter are most beautifully reflected She was a daughter of Col Wm Hoskins one of Kentuckys distinguished sons and leaves three sisters Mesdames Grace of Birmingham Ala Morris of Chattanooga White of Memphis and one brother Mr Maurice Hoskins of ChattanoogaShe member of the CJhristian church and was free from guile or hypocrisy being the perfection of true and noble womanhood always ready to offer a kind word or commit an act of charity She was a friend to every one and had a friend in eve rybody Although she descended from a distinguished ancestry she was modest and unassuming and loved to lend a helping hand to the unfortu nate and benighted In society she was a bright jewel in the home circle a loving dutiful wife a fond and mother While the separa tion is bitter it would be selfish to desire her return from the abode of Saints to this sincursed earth Reason and Revelation suggest a preparation to meet her in Eternity To such death is not a calamity between 1ty with together affectionate THEKE IS HAY BALI NGS LIGHTNING I HayPresses 0 Are sold by us A easy terms fourpay ment contract Ve know of parties who 0 are clearing from two to three hundred dol lars in one season 2 0 0Q00 I Nop 0 0 8 I ov 0 o o o o Q O V v 0O 00 00 0- U 1 O o ono 0 2 00 0 0ase ell JABEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law s 6 Life insurance policies bought 0 T for cash or loaned on for sums of S500 and upward tto f 2 R I 00000000000040000v 0 0 Wear Cool Clothing mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i i 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 Miens Hosiery and Neckwear See our Hot Weather Suits in Crashes and Flannels they are cool and just what you need this hot weather We also have a nice line of unlined Serge Coats and Vests in black and blues If you feel hot and uncomfortable call on us and we will put clothes on you that will you cool and keep you cool make The One Price Clothier and Furnisher I T iVTMYTTY T T r Logan e I E i bWIHJ J mrIJ 1ft1LmJ w 3 2 Yc Can Save Iolley For You m 0 5 Tn E t t pppOpppp 00000 Cjpp t0 o b O F L When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Wa gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as wen 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 kn t Elm df j oo 0 o 0o Q o 0 0 2 0 0 0 0000000000 ilJ8ritU m m ill ill ill m ill ill ill ill n o 0 I 0 0 0 0 0p 0o 0 0O OOOGO CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office Lancaster SecondClass Vail Matter Lancaster Ky July igO2 PAINT LICK C Morgan bought of Mrs Foster 80 acres of land for 2700 Mrs C B Engleman has for sale two or three nice buggies and a two horse wagon and harness Miss Lizzie Best and little brother are visiting their grandparents in Rip Icy B Engleman has as her guest this week her niece Miss Mary B Hundley of Stanford Misses Ilullie and Xannie Campbell of are the guests of their sister Mrs R N Beazley Henry Wallace who has been prospecting in Oaklaho ma is at home Dr Carlas Fish of Covington was the guest of Will Fish Saturday Will Tudor of London spent Sunday with relatives here John Pearl editor of tne Mountain Democrat spent Sunday with his uncle Jack Adams We have a in our town Miss Clara Ever sole of Ilyden is the guest of Mrs Henry Moore Miss Furgurson of Mt Vernon is the guest of Mrs Will Champ Sherman West is visiting in Somerset this week James But ner has named his twin boys Edwin and Edward Born to the wife of Millard Highland on the lath a girl Miss Pearl Ely is visiting relatives in Lexington and Georgetown J Smith is in Cincinnati this woek It you want the latest styles in mid summer hats veilings Ponponsquills c call on Mrs Minnie Jennings at Veranda Hotel The Mt Tabor school will have a picnic at Tar Springs Thursday A mad dog passed through this place MondayMr Green while plowing last week found a stone supposed to be a black diamond Miss Jennie Wallace will bring her school from Stony Point up Saturday for a picnic at this place Rev A J Myrel and F P Bryant will begin a protracted meeting at this place on the 28th of this month Rev Sprinkles will fill Rev Hobbs place at Carters Chapel Sunday next on account of Rev Hobbs being called to the bedside of his brotherinlaw in Virginia Mr J B Carter and G B Allen Tisitcd the Dripping Springs Sunday Quite a number of our friends the Childrens Day at Flat woods Sunday and reported a fine time Mr and Mrs J B Carter are visiting Mr and Mrs J B Conn atLancaster Mr Sam McCollum who was very sick last week is so he can go again Mr J M Roop spent Saturday night and Sunday in Pittsburg Miss Bettie Woods of Manse visited her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs II Green Saturday and Sunday Charlie Napier of our town left for Indian Territory last week W H Furr sold J L McCarley 7 lambs for 5c per lb J C Fox had a valuable mule to die a few days ago J F Cook sold Jennie Fox five head of cattle at 4c per lb J C Clouse bought a cow from Jim Coldiron for 3000 W H Furr sold 12 hogs to Fox Lawson for 625 a hundred Wm Marshall of Oaklahoma who has been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity has returned to his home Mr Mack Purr of Indiana is visiting his father this week Miss Alice Hutchins has returned from the mountains where she has been visiting relatives and friends Mrs Brillia Brent of Tenn is visiting relatives and friends In this vicinity N in as 24 Tenn Mrs C Lexington photographer Sunday I CARTERSYILLE attended I ands Ky FLAT WOODS A at at a in ing If BUENA YISTA John Shearer sold to J W Scott two calves for 30 Wm Blankenship sold to W P Ruble one veal calf for 5 The corn and vegetables were much benetitted by the splendid rain of Sat urday night Henry Smith bought of dall 35 bushels of oats at 35c per bu A Christopher 100 bu 35c per bushel Rev Dills of Grant county preached Browns Chapel Sunday morning tent meeting at Pink Jessamine county Mr S W Poor and son have fever Mrs J B Robinson has been quite sick Misses Bertie Myers and Rogers of Mercer attended church here Sunday Mr II J Tomhnson was Lexington a part of last week at the bedside of his father Mr Thos Brown of Monticello Ind who has been with relatives here for a few weeks will leave for home Saturday Several of our young people attended the tent meeting at Pink Sunday Mrs Win Baker Miss Maggie Perkins Chas Robinson and the family of II J Tomlinson attended the burial of Mr Joseph Tomlinson in Danville Satur day Miss Ada Dickerson of Mo is the guest of Miss Cordelia Hamilton P S Terrill and wife are visiting relatives in Nicholas ville Mrs John Daugherty of Lex Mrs John Christopher and from near same city were the guests of relatives here Saturday and Sunday 31T HEBRON Crops are looking fine since the nice showers Mr Erasums Allen bought of Sam mel Duncan six shoats for 2000 Next Sunday is the regular preaching day at this place Every body come Themen of this community met Sat urday and mowed the cemetory which adds much to the looks A fine baby boy came to make its abade with Mr and Mrs N T Grow on the 20th Mrs Robert Preston and Mr Walter Eason who have been on the sick list several months remain very low Mr W D Scott sold a work horse to Colman Hicks price 5500 Mr John Roberts was in this vicinity Saturday in search of mules Lavina Hale daughter of Mr and Mrs F W Mountgomery is very sick Mrs Pendelton and granddaughter of Danville spent last week with relatives in this vicinity Mr Frank Gam mond wife and son Eugene spent the latter part of last week with Mr G A Bruce and family Mr Robert Bak er left Thursday for Davis Co Mrs Oscar Montgomery and children are the guests of relatives in this neigh borhood Mr Thomas NorrIs wife and children spent Sunday with their father Mr Thomas Montgomery a Quite a number from here attended the Tent meeting at Sulpher Springs Sunday Miss Jewel Sanders spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs Samuel Duncan Miss Willie May Huffman of Danville was the guests of Miss Edna Scott last Tuesday night Miss Sallie Barker and Mrs Jno Onstott visited Miss S N Bar ker at Buckeye Friday Mr Thomas nicks of McCreary was in our midst Sunday Mothers Always Keep It Randy My mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indigestion 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 toring symptoms Go after the cause your stomach is sound your health will be good Kodol rests the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food It natures own tonic 1m ns I nollis T Scott of pastor with tlux Independence daughter L Spalding Ra ys W doe f CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small costOFF TOO LONG DONT PUT IT R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky r II 1W0x t 1XG l eW101 Z T101 T C020 lX 0ifj 7iJ ji0Xjjt fiffj0 00J 0ilJ0fiz0 11 i 16 lID t I fi1lifiJ W1 lffJJtIll s r r t r f s was of did Per Mr j for er so M for of in to BHYANTSVILLE The little folks here gave a picnic to their visiting friends last Monday near the home of Mr Will Dunn and report an enjoyable time The ladies of Pleasant Grove church be at the church Saturday afternoon to attend to important business Miss Hattie and Ellen Caldwell of Louisville are the guests of the Misses Dunn Mrs John Bryant visited her sister in Richmond last week Several Norris is visiting her sister in Burgin Mrs Williams Mrs J W Ilagan on the sick list Mrs Dr nings and little daughter of Tyrone spent last week with relatives here Mrs Nannie B Hughes and little granddaughter Thelma Lee have to their home in Danville after spending a week with relatives here and Paint Lick Mrs James Hills has gone to Crab Orchard Springs to spend several weeks Rev Jackson has gone to Mt Zion to assist in a protracted meeting Prof Fisher in Bryantsville last week in behalf Millersburg College Rev Henry not lecture here at the M E church Sunday accordinS to but Rev Jackson preached PKEACIIEIISYILLE We had a line rain the first of the weekBlackberries are selling here at 15c gallon Walter Pettus sold a fat cow to B F Robinson for 3c Herbert Lawson bought a horse from Davis for 35 M Cress sold live cattle to J L Me Carley for 3J cts per pound W II Brown bought some nice hogs in Rockcastle county for fJ to Gc Lot Anderson col of this place was shot and killed at Crab Orchard Sun dayJ B and V D bought two heifers from W B Bennett 30 Born to the wife of Mr D M Anderson a lOlb boy all are doing well James D Naylor will go to Kansas this week looking for a place to locate Rev R II Hobbs and wife have gone to Virginia to visit relatives II C Cummins and wife will go to Virginia this week to visit their daughter Mrs Fraley and will stop at Corbin to see Mr and Mrs F F Cummins J T Dudderar spent Sunday with J L Ilutchins and wife Dave Thompson and wife were visiting their moth Mrs Garner last week B L Lunceford is able to be out again after several days confinement in the house Grimes and wife were at Lancaster last week Mrs J F Pettus and daughter Miss Renda were visiting W II Pettus at Brod head Sunday Samp Cummins went over to Lancaster Monday with J W Cummins Mr John Brown is visit his son W II Brown at Sweeney MAKKSBUKY C A Robinson sold a cow to George Allen for 25 The following delegates Rev Wm Stallings C M Jenkins W D Marks bury M F Rout T D Chesnut F B Kemper and David Swope were to attend the South District Bap tist Association at Snavvnee Run Last Sunday a young gentleman brought his sister to church and a way to go to Lancester he was absentminded as to leave without saying anything about the horse and buggy His sister seeing he had gone went home with a lady friend Mr F Rout who is always willing to do favor found the turnout and cared the horse We presume the young gentleman must have been thinking his best girl Mr 0 S Williams of Burgin dined Sunday with Aldridge C A Robinson confined to his room for days with rheumatism Speed Boner attended the Richmond Fair last week Miss Annie T Cecil and brother J T of Danville spent a few last with their Mrs Fannie Pollard of our farmers attended court at Danville Monday Mr Victor Rice Wife and little daughter spent last Friday with Jesse Fox and family Mr Rice captured and brought home with him a fish measuring 30 inches and weighing 15 Ibs Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryantsville and visitor Miss Thelma Hughes of Danville spent last Wednesday with Miss Ruth Aldridge Mr and Mrs F K Sutton and little daughter visited relatives Nicholasville Saturday and Many a weak woman has thestrength support a staggering husband I churchill tornill returned appointment instead Hutchins P visiting Sling elected finding H D several days week Sunday 1 nJ Elm W grandmother Several fir e OrC son lace try ries See the fancy hose at Josephs j Lace mits and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs New stock of late books at The best the lightest and strongest is the Capital wagon sold Gaines Bros New line of summer dimmities Josephs All the leadingMagazines drugstore Business and Bargains M M M M M M M M 4 4 M M M M are head quarters for celebrated Victor Rubber tires W J Romans See the dotted swiss curtains and curtains at Josephs House cleaners can get everything J needed at Frisbies drugstore You can get your carriage work promptly done at W J Romans We pay the highest price for coun 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 j Jersey bull see R E McRoberts Buy International Stock and food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey Da vidson Your ground dont get to weedy loose nor too hard for a Hancock disc tried and proved to the first plow made pulverizes the soil so as to save farmer 5 per cent of the harrow for sale Gaines Bros To the Democracy the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the nomination for tne judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLEY Lawns Swiss Organdies in for graduation dresses at Josephs 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 Ve put on the Victor Rubber tire All the best manufacturers use this r Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson Hemp Reapers Corn Harvesters and Corn Shockers sold by Gaines Bros We sell the best and freshest at the lowest prices Try us if we dont Currey Davidson I Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings etc go Joseph You will get the best We put off no old stock on you You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most stylish ever shown in Lancaster All the la test shades J Joseph We are the people if you want the best for the least money Our long stay in Lancaster is proof sum cient that we deal on the square and treat all alike J Joseph Z p Ie s l0 I ills R t t t isWe Poultry Farmers Democratic white You get true weights and heaping tire J Romans groceries and For Sale to J he Thor gr C C un C Jose C floods ore + Ed C Gaines tells us besides hand ling Corn Harvesters this season they will handle a corn snooker made only by Deering Harvesting Co and by Gaines Bros Capacity of this machine for one man 50 to 75 shocks per day also does its own tieing Notice A limited number of Langstroth Bee Hives for sale at Leavers Planing Mill ma15tf stock of slippers and shoes can surpassed We can give you lessatJ Joseph Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until the second Monday in September on account of press of business at home I See R M West and get the only Hemp Reaper It does the work well and at small cost July 24tf Property for Sole 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 our customers We buy at right figures and sell at a reasonable profit Thats why we have been in Lancaster so long 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 show you Notice I will fill your coal house cheap for cash with semicannel or banner Jcl will make special price on car load lots J T Williams juiy 243m R M West is agent for the celebra ted Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market July 24tf We make no nourish of trumpets but if you want the best dry goods etc that money will buy to us and you can get them at reasonable prices J Joseph If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Contest of Victors Only The third Annual Elocutionary Contest for Garrard county will be held at Garrard Opera House Lancas ter Ky on Thursday August 21st Only young ladies who have been awarded prizes in previous contests permitted to enter this and those desiring to enter will please send name subject and place of contest where prize was awarded at once This new feature will make it the most attractive event of the Twenty dollars in gold will be awarded to first and live dollars to second F S Hughes July 243t ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post July21stWhite Beume Sula M Jackson Smith Bettie Smith If called for say advertised Wm West P M For Fall Plowing Try a Chattanooga Hancock Disc Plow used and endorsed by the prosperous farmers of Garrard Co Coby Jinkins Gene Brokle R K Swope Curt Robinson Frank Parks A McYath W B Ruble T B Walker Clay Sutton Tom Moore N Curry R J Easly Sold Guaranteed by Gains Bros byOur J Joseph J Joseph beG will be contest season Altn following uu sonly come C Nan g old r i LEXINGTON ELKS FAIR PHYYfYSf IANY nausj Or 10ffA BilYD I OTIYfPATTPAGTYEd IYOYfI fEATUIPfo fYEPfBODYS GtTALQGUI PRELINlNARY now nAOY- oy wPrtiowrtotl REDUCED Jl1dl22 oJ JlJ A The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Nwa Yat Nw wvGwVU iVv4 Q eQR9 ea4 Rsl eorefl7N Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc S I IHanlsomest line of IV S i A p- we have ever shown j A 0 T 0 A t 1 4 0 V Q Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store OsO rOrO PAINT We have all kinds of kinds of purposes We can supply your every want in the Paint line at the very lowest prices possible House Paint Wagon Paint Floor Paint Linseed Oil Varnish Carriage Paint Roof Paint White Lead Turpentine Stain We have the essentials for house cleaning Chamois Sponges White Wash Brushes Amonia Disin fectants and Sure Kill Bed bug poison FRISBIKS DRUG STORE CRAB ORCHARD AND Racing Association Wednesday Thursday Friday July 23 24 Prettiest Grounds in Kentucky New Splendid Show of Stock Races Write for Catalogue A W BUCHANAN Sec pure constipation secretes enough bile to make the intestinesexecute natural functions ural agitation caused and increasing doses to attain Unnat compels acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter milling Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE J N 0 0 Paintsforall 00 o 0 o 0 o o OO Q v j iv g 0all0 0 i 0 0 F A In R fit 25 e Day thebowels I f IMlV p0000000 OG00000 OC OCrOvO OIrO a 0 0 0 0 0o QQ o 0 0 Q Q o 0- G Q Ol 0 C 0 Q a O O O O O O aaOrO m 1 yea r e Every i Dont k- a WORTH 0750 to the I Beginning August G with every 100 paid for merchandise at my store I will give a ballot on which to vote what harmer shall receive this wagon Tile 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 vole 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 IS u li 6 r A Farm CIVEN FREE Most Po ular farmer in Ganarn County J FOSTLE1 jff 1I t tuaobake VJagon 1J Y t Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and by Those We Are Interested In Mrs Osee Lisle is visiting friends in Cincinnati Mr W B Burton is in Crab Orchard attending the fair Miss Bessie Batson is the guest of Datives in Stanford Miss Fannie Doty is the guest of friends in Milledgeville- Mr Jerry Respcss is at home after several months absence II M Ballou wife and children are at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs T B Long who has been quite ill is very much improved Mrs Stephens left this week for a visit to relatives in Texas 31 r and Mrs J 31 Farra are at Crab Orchard attending the fair Miss Pearl Morton of Decatur visited friends here this week Prof Ilally of Lexington has beet the guest of Miss Mattie Elkin Miss Christine Bradley is spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Branham Bcazley spent several days in Richmond and attended the fair Mn J spent several days ii Jrab Orchard and attended the fair Mrs Xannic Arnold of Richmond is with her daughter Mrs Sam Miss Jennie Kavanaugh is at home again after a visit to friends in Virj ginia Mr Tort Hampton of Winchester attended the funeral of Mrs A R DennyMiss Amelia Pearson of Ilarrods burg has been visiting Mrs Tames DennyMiss Mary Gill and her brother Lev Is have returned from a visit to Chicago Mr and Mrs Mount of are guests of Mr R E Mclloberts and Burnside is in visiting her cousin Miss Gena DunlapMr Wherritt of Xew Orleans is visiting his parents W JI Wherritt and wife Dick Anderson is spending a week with his mother Mrs Sue Anderson Danville avenue Dr and Mrs J W Grant were visit To AH My Customers j If you owe me you J Ifyou have J run an account since January you will most certainly be expected I to pay account at once f I will not run longer 4 It takes cash to run I business I am hitting f at the good as well as Please favor me with your presence and a SMILE Respt T- HJ Ballon Son i i J Y i s Goings Ill E Stormes LaGrange Wit Lexington 0i0i nAst ray 4 r John- Son i Jam I 1 1 c 4 r the ad w f r in Dr and Mrs S P Grant of a few days Shelby Tribble was in Richmond Thursday and Friday and attended Elks Carnival Mrs Ernest Sprague who has been the guest of Mrs W R Cook has to Louisville Miss Florence Burnside has return ed from a visit to Miss Emily Chen ault of Richmond Messrs Herbert Kinnaird and West attended the dance at Crab Orchard Friday evening Mrs Armp Elkin of Louisville is expected this week for a visit to Mrs Sam Johnson Mrs J S Robinson entertained at tea Thursday evening in honor of Mr Robinson and bride Misses Martha Tillett an d Pear spent Saturday and Sunday wit Mrs Saunders of Buckeye Mrs Maria Belle Bassett and daugh ter Theo of Louisville are with her mother Mrs James Doty Mrs Alexander Kennedy and Miss Gussie Lexington are guests of Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Bruce Warren of Paducah Ky is the charming guests of Miss Bessie Batson Lexington avenue Rev Charley Reid of Middlcsboro has been spending a few days with his mother Mrs Mary Reid Mr and and Dr Cook of Louisville have been visiting Miss es Fannie and Bettie West Mr Henry Boyle and wife of Cincin Hari are visiting Squire Boyle and wife Crab Orchard avenue Mrs D M Lackey and Miss Vesta Lackey have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Richmond Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro is expected this week to visit her parents Mr W IL Wherritt and wife Rev H 2f Faulconer wife and pret ty baby of Hillsboro Ohio are guests of the family of Mr W B Mason Mrs James Sympson and Miss Bettie Walker Burnside are visiting Huston ville friends and attending the fair Miss Alberta Anderson gave a Monday evening in honor of her Miss Kittie Mason has returned from a delightful visit to her sister Mrs II If Faulconer of Hillsboro Ohio Mrs Joseph Elsener of Charleston West Va is visiting her mother Mrs Xepomuck Miller on Richmond street Mrs Louis Condign and sisters Misses Bessie Marksburyare spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Lewis who has a position at Lawrcnceburg is with his mother Mrs Jennie West for several weeks vacation Mrs Dr Burnett and sister Miss Addic Arnold left this week for a visit to friends in Shelbyville and Bloomiield Mrs Susan Anderson received a tel cgram of the sudden death of her youngest son Elijah Anderson at Fonda Iowa Capt W J Kinnaird after spending several weeks in Middlesboro is again with his parents Squire W H Kin naird and wife Misses Ellene Iliatt of Winchester Mary Noel of Danville and Sue Lay ton of Cincinnati are being entertain ed by Miss Margaret Noel this week Mrs Arthur Hubbard dore Kirk and Mrs Ernest Sellers the charming guests of Mrs J left Tuesday fdr their home in Cov ington Mr M D Hughes and wife have turned from a visit to their children Mrs Percy Noland of Lynd Washing ton and Mr R E IIughes of Louis ville Lexington Leader Rev Robert L Frank left yesterday for his home in Philadelphia He was called by illness of his sister Miss Lida Frank who is at the St Josephs Hospital with typhoid fever She is considered now out of danger though still quite sick r is j j Danville I the returned I Willie I Joe Hill daughter of OBryan picnic Lexington Altie and Vest Mrs Theo E the r I j si he- ster Mrs Storm rev i 11rjB W l e t 0 It Ei- t rm a EuIEti P M at ty is ty Miss Nora Saunders is visiting Miss Pearl Ross 1 Mrs Jas White of Knoxvillc Tenn j is visiting her sister Mrs Jesse Doty j Miss Louise Farris and Bessie Snug ars are visiting friends in Crab Mrs J M Layton of Cincinnati will arrive this week to visit Mrs J M Iliatt Mrs Jas Dillion and Miss Nell spent Sunday afternoon with Mr N Miller and family Mrs N Miller and Mrv Robert Shear ana family Visited Mrs Rice Benge in Danville Monday Miss Eva Grant and sister of Dan villn are guests of their grandmother Mrs Harriett Price Misses Nannie and Margaret Woods James of Lexington are guests of Mrs Jas 1 Hamilton Miss Bruce Wearen Ky arrived yesterday to be the charming guest of Miss Bessie Batson Messers Hugh Logan Jim Smith Owen Shugars Jim and Bob West are spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Annie Royston has resigned her position at the Graded School and gone to Oxford Ohio to attend college and teach several classes Miss Agnes Donahue and visitor Miss Steele of Louisville have been spending the past two weeks in Danville and Lexington Fridays Danville Advocate 3Irs J Sandifer of Covington Mrs John Logan Mrs M P Frisbie of Lancas ter and Mrs Donald McDonald and guest are being entertained by Mrs W C Price today Miss Alberta of Lancaster and Miss Embry of Lexington are guests of Mrs John S Baughman A delightful moonlight picnic was enjoyed by the following Friday Mr and Mrs J E Stormes Mrs Arthur Ilubbard Mrs Theodore Kirk Mrs Ernest Sellers Mr and Mrs R L Elkin and son Dan Misses Bettie Anderson Altie and Bessie Marksbury Joe Francis Frank Marksury Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Mt Vernon SignahPresidentBastin and Secretary Maret were in Brodhead Saturday looking over the situation with a view of putting in an exchange that place Fifteen phones will get the exchange and several Brodhead people have already told us that it would be no trouble at all to or twenty five phones so what else necessary to make it go Somerset Journal Bravo Chris tine Bradley That withdrawal from the contest for queen of the Elks Car vital to be held at Richmond was the act of a real queen No lady with the blood of a Kentucky mountain sire in her veins could well do less than the methods resorted to by the Elks to accumulate large sums of and decline to allow her devoted friends to be sacrificed in the manner proposed Kepulsive Features Blackheads pimples greasy faces and muddy complexions which are so common among women especially girls at a certain age destroying beau disfiguring and making repulsive features which would otherwise attractive and refined indicate that the liver is out of order An oc casional does of Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m The Delineator for August The August Delineator is a special fiction number and a most attractive midsummer issue The spell of the the season is over its pages and those who have delayed the completion of the Summer wardrobe will find corn pensation in some late designs that arc daintily charming The fiction consists of six short of novelette length Virginia Woodward Cloud one of the brightest writers of today has found an unusually good theme for the display of her talent in The Understudies a series of mishaps assisting the developing of a pretty romance Julian Van Boskirk new writer of ability contributes While the Fates Slept a love story withspir ited action and fine character drawing The four storiettes each having a tinct interest will make a sultry rOA icinflw A 11 of ries are illustrated in the artistic characteristic of the magazine One of the many unannounced is the story of the building and furnishing of a charming and artistic yet inexpensive house told in form by Grace McGowan Cooke many photographs and drawings are given with it Dr Murrays new pa per in the series on the training of children treats of precocity The in the magazine are but the matter in them is always new and timely Miss Kellog writes on the Afternoon TeaTable Hall in her cookery lessons deals with entrees There is a chapter on Cold Dishes for Hot Days and two pages illustrating a delicious Summer dinner Club Women is interesting on account of the Los Angeles conven tion and the pictures of the new offl V I Orchard Denton of Paducah Richmond Anderson get twen deplore money appear storiestwo dist ternoon pass the manner features narrative departments standard Margaret Mess cars rs o Of is Tlie Fair If you want to witness an oldtime stock fair with uptodate racing go over to Crab Orchard today and Thursday and Friday Tup show began yesterday and is said by oldtimers to be the best they ever saw The show rings are splendid while the racing is excellent The crowds today and tomoarow will be tremendous The grounds are shady and comfortable a large ampitheatre having been erected as a protection from rain If you miss this fair you will regret it AVaiifH Fianclilsc R E Tlollis of Nicholasvilie is in Richmond in the interest of the Independent Telephone When interviewed Mr Ilollis said that he was meeting with much encouragement from the business men the city and the farmers all of whom are anxious for the new plant He will present his claims to the City Council and if a franchise is granted he will begin putting in the new svs tern at Lancaster people sincerely trust this will be a go as its almost to talk with Richmond over the present bum system If the Bell to continue its monopoly on the Richmond line it should be required to give a decent service Great Attractions at Lexington Klk Fair Greater attract ions are to be seen at the Lexington Elks Fair this year August inclusive than ever before Lodge No 89 B P 0 E has contracted with the celebrated De Kreko Bros Roman Carnival and Ex position Company at St Louis which lias been preparing for the Worlds Fair and besides will have Phinneys famous United States band of J2 piec es and automobile races every day All of these features are expensive and novel All have been procured at great cost but the Lexington Elks determined to do away with the old midway features and get something new at any price The De Krekos are said to have the greatest show ever given in open air They travel by special train of 12 coaches carry 212 people 25 horses 41 sets of scenery and three military bands About State 1rimarle Williamstown Courier The agita tation over the State for a primary election to nominate a Democratic ticket next year is assuming definite shape and form The primary idea is a radical departure from old time pre cedent and custom However we hope never again to see a convention as stormy and turbulent as the one held at Louisville three years ago this last June that nominated William Goebel for Governor Many of the Southern States have tried the primary election method of naming a State ticket and have found it to work successfully South Carolina North Carolina Ala bama Arkansas and Georgia have each named state tickets by primary elections We can see no objection to the primary election except its cost and if the candidates are willing to bear that cost good and well One thing is sure it could cost but little more than conventions have costing and possibly not as much and the drift of public opinion seems to be in that direction Kentucky State Fair Louisville Ky July 14 1902 Secretary M W Neal of the State Fair Association that already more live stock men have arranged to exhibit at the State Fair on September 2227 than there were exhibits last year at the Fair which was conducted by the Louisville Business men In the two months that remain there will be hundreds of others to arrange for and Secretary Neal says there is now not the slightest doubt that Kentuckys first State Fair will bring together one of the greatest of live stock ever seen in the United States Nearly every State in the Union will be represented as well Ias Canada and it will be a great op portunity for the stock breeders and dealers of Kentucky to advertise their interests The catalogues will soon be ready for distribution They are the handsomest ever in Louisville and they will show offers twelve hundred premiums Graham Vreelaud Protect the Birds Harrodsburg Herald Last fall when bird hunters took the fields in the promiscuous slaughter of the birds Pie Swafford of Ballard forbid the quail hunters tresspassing and while the daily slaughter was going on on his neighbors farms the frightened quail soon learned to seek refuge iu the thickets on Pies farm Many of his friends were offended at him for what they called cussedness but now comes the reward in a very unexpected and way for while his neighbors were all planting their corn for the second time on account of the land being literally alive with cut worms Pie has the best stand of corn in the whole country A missing stalk can scarcely be fouud and not a single thing has suffered on account of This is an object lesson that ought to be heeded Instead of a wholesale slaughter of quail year ands be saved by the birds which after all are the farmers best friend n tomorrow proposed Company onceClimax impossible 11 to 16 Kentucky announces Interstate exhibits collections printed o downright wonderful cutworms protecting Rest bee thou i s of In on is a to for On 22 me so It 4 set Sometimes Happen In Lancaster Harrodsburg Democrat If Mann ger A W Bennett was not the clever est man in the telephone business he wouid inaugurate some rules that would put an effective stop to the his customers are put to by persons who have no telephones in their own dwellingsruuning into their neighbors homes and getting free use their instruments often to the an noyance of people at both ends of the lines Here are two incidents told in our olTIce that will illustrate A lady East Harrodsburg telephoned to Thompsons distillery Philip T to answer the message which was Please find my cook who lives near you and let me know if she is coming to get breakfast this Said colored cook lived about as far from the distillery as the so Philip replied Wait till I can hire a horse and buggy from Bud James and find your delinquent cook and take the buggy back and Ill re turn and advise you of her answer The lady is waiting yet for the an swerA who lives out in the suburbs Maxville street is continually an noyed by down town people by such requests as this Will you please go to ask if the butter and milk will be delivered in time for breakfast Often there is no one at home but the kind hearted wife who is busily engaged in her household duties and who goes to the trouble of arranging her toilet in or der to answer the great deal of trouble with no thanks attached complaints come from patrons of the telephone company from all over the town This is an infringement the rights of the company and if not remedied some of the victims will have their telephones taken out of their homes NO CROWN Shall Mount Edwards Brow The Gyi cy Variilug The coronation of King Edward will take place on August and this recalls the prophecy of a gypsy who several ago predicted that King would never be crowned She now in Atlantic City and she is a queer sinister looking individual with strange look gleaming in her black eyes and whether or not her story is be credited it is interesting It was only after repeated questioning and a promise to withhold her name that she consented to talk with a cor j respondent lie will never be crowned she said in deep prophetic tones as she sat among her ctirions colored rugs and pillows in the gypsy camp lIe will never be crowned Why I asked The fates have set their seal upon his life she answered in a spooke whisper and the crown that was made him will go unworn unless George will have it It is a poison crown The fate have laid their horny lingers upon it and who wears it shall live I death But how do you know this I was becoming interested and I strangely serious was the womans manner She seemed sorrowing as for in a dream Once every I days I have a dream from their fates It was April 1898 that I say the Prince of Wales in my sleep lie I appeared as a King robed in the full regalia of the great otlice but his head was bare He seemed to be weeping Then he disappeared I was then traveling in England The Prince of Wales was tobe at the Epsom races in a little whileso I thence When 1 tried to reach the Princes carriage the guards held back They thought I wanted to harm him But I did not I only wanted to tell him of my dream And when I shouted out he turned pale is an old prophecy you know but I had never believed it The fates had told me of it Then when they did had to believe it But will not the king recover lie will apparently get well but when the day for his crowning is again he will fall ill I do not know what his illness will be or whether he will die but I am sure he will be crowned MADISON INSTITUTE For Young Ladies J W McGAUVEV lie Pre Richmond Kentucky ADVANTAGES THAT NO OTHER FEMALE COLLEGE IN KENTUCKY AFFORDS Beautifully situated in the famous Bluegrass region Has just closed one of the most successful sessions in its history The only female college the state that keeps a faculty com posed of graduates of the University of Mich Ann Arbor Columbia N Y City Vanderbilt and others of the worlds greatest institutions with record as nstructors unsurpassed Music exceptionally strong with instructors from the greatest Scientific apparatus and general equipment of building first class Frequent illustrated lectures by the President on his travels in Egypt Palestine and EuropeSickness almost unknown Good table No fussy teachers Send for our hand some catalogue 14Gt annoyance happened I morning housewife So and Sos and to me calla Similar a I lostIt journeyed never ink University University department Con- servatorIes s Edward 11 j CLEARING OUT PRICES ON LOW SHOES Sandals Blucher Ties Oxfords Theos and Fedoras Theyre all going at prices cut in half PETERS nake every one of them Theyre just as good shoes to day as they were a month as swell just as snappy just as dainty just as 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 lose money on them and well lose it right now If you want to get a chance at a bargain speak quick as there are not so very of these goods left WARD SYPSON MMM MM M MM HHHMHHM We Can Supply Your Every Want f 1 agojust many I K 0 onla s 1 T T T 4 1 H B S I H I H 1 Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows I 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 Successors to J M Hiirginbothain Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and 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 f f 1 f i t 4 TALKER SON n n Kt t i t M MODERN 4 1 e 1 PHOTOgRAPHS employ 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 r The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish comfortable The only collar made with a heavy Si ply seam Sold merchants everywhere or 2 samples sentfprepaid for 25 They 4 any quarter collar made Merchants should writer j for our 1902 offer andr bye I cents equa j Cents trp to date 1 e to Bronchitis for Twenty rears Mrs Minerva Smith of DinvilleIH writes I had bronchitis for twenty years and never got relief until I used Folcys Honey and Tar which is a sure cure C C and J E Stormes 1m Never let art delude you into that Cupid represents the na truth 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 effected It never fails tone the stomach regulate the and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for systems Electric Bitters cures Kinney and LiTer Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness and expels Malaria anteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Only 50 cents believing I kidneys rundown positively Troubles RheumatIsm Neuralgia Satisfactionguar d Sc DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OF 1 VERANDA HOTEL Stanford Ky Friday Saturday Aug 8th and Oth GILCIIER HOTEL Danville Ky Monday and Tuesday Aug 10th 11th Dont neglect your eyes your best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and get reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT IAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store S Is the name sometimes given to what is generally known as the DAD DIS OJ EASE It is not confined to dens oi vice or the lower classes o The purest xv H x Tk K best people are sometimes Bir with this awful malady mi FllvFFW through handling the clothing drinking from the same vessels using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons who have contracted it It usually with a little blister or sore then swelling in the groins a red eruption breaks out on Ton years ago x contractod a bad case the body sores and ulcers appear ofBlood Poison I was under treatment in the mouth the throat becomes r ulcerated the hair eye brows B Commenced to improve at once lashes fall out the blood becoming and in a very short timo all evidence of more contaminated copper colored the disease disappeared I took six bot splotches and pustular eruptions and ties and today am sound and well sores appear upon different parts of M Wall i8tcwn the body and the poison even destroys the bones S S S is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even in the worst forms It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system Unless you get this out of your blood it will ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon your children for it can be transmitted from parent to child S S S contains no mercury or potash but is guaranteed strictly vegetable compound 0 Vrite for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison If you want medical advice give us a history of your case and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA ConIiDgDO ti infected ofaphysician until found that he could anddo me began taking R TenD I and BlOod S poison For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Strayed or black and sow weight about 250 lbs crip pled in left hind leg Information leading to her recovery will bo thank fully received and liberally rewarded T S Wail Lancaster Ky jul17 Indiana is expected toyield 5000000 barrels of corn this year The only way the grass crop can be cultivated is by preparing the sqjl in a line tilth before sowing the seed The census returns for 1900 give tHc swine of all ages at 370338J valued iiS04SM being an average value per head of pigsand all of 307 The total value of the swine was 12G of all the live stock of the State Henry E Alvord chief of the dairy division of the Department of characterizes the various cream separators as worse than worthless as in adding water to cool and separate the cream quickly the separated milk is made worthless whereas by separating it by centrifu gal separators the milk is valuable for feeding pigs Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A well developed case in the writers family was cured last week by timely use of Chamberlains Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best patent medecines and which Is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not intended as a free puff for the company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of a physician No family should be a bottle of this medicine in the house especially in summer time Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by it E McRoberts druggist 1m The greater part of 3000 head of cattle that were slopped at the in Daviess county have been sold and brought an enormous amount of money The amount is estimated at 175000 At a combination sale of Shorthorns held at Indianapolis June 24th by the Indianapolis Combination Sale Co 41 females averaged 13525 and four bulls averaged 70 One reason why the prices paid farm laborers in the South is below the general average of the entire is because the efficiency of the Is below the average Another reason is that the great southern sta ple cotton will not bear of compensation than that now paid I am using a b x of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find them 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 Mo lloberts druggist 1m It is reported that all the Louisville tobacco warehouses have agreed with each other to discontinue all rebates to agents and shippers The selling fee of 150 per hogshead is to be strict ly enforced The agreement is to go GIRLISH jw FIGURES HOW MARRIED WOMEN MAY RETAIN THEM Besides comely to the extent of sweetness crace In its period of imposes upon them the I luty of childbirth roperJy under x motherhood fpleasant Uon Only in rare I however without artificial old A i liniment foroutside use It fpreferable to if used through out the entire period of pregnancy will soothe and relax the tissues muscles and make elastic sinewsThis removes stiffness and promotes expansion of the fibres under strain is a machine of flesh muscles and bones and Mothers Friend is used for the purpose of can work no to or child It is I wonderful and worthy a Of your druggists at per bottle You are welcome to our book Motherhood BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA GA I StolenA spotted percent Agriculture dilution manufactured without distilleries country labor a often lose these powers nature ip Mothersd ten when the parts taxed during pre It ape pliedexternally to the abdominal lta THE I I r I 1 4 a tiC highlerralte when Loo r gases It made so S I our lubricating regions triala 00 p into effect November 1 1902 It is stated that in their zeal to secure shipments the warehouses have been quite generally rebating the 8150 fee This is now to be stopped and every shipper is to be charged the full fees John A Drake of Chicago has bought of Baker Gentry of the 3yearold colts South Trim ble and Martin Burk The price is thought to be 15000 for the two The Controller has decided that the St Louis Exposition Commissioners can not draw any salary until they sign a contract agreeing to close the gates to visitors on Sunday as requir ed by act of Congress Damage to crops by rain is placed at 12000000 in telegrams from State ag ricultural bureaus in tile wheat and corn belt If warm dry weather does not tome shortly the damage will beyond estimate it is said Kansas leads with 5000000 loss The Ohio loss is put at 500000 The Indiana loss is from 250000 to 500000 II L Asher of Lexington Ky has sold to C C Patrick the famous High land Stock Farm formerly the prop erty of W C Francis containing acres for 877000 It was the home of Red Wilkes and others of the great Wilkes family On last Wednesday a lot of 45 head of 1543 lb Shorthorn steers sold on The neat liniment for Sprains Mr F II Wells the merchant at Deer Park Long Island 3 Y says I always recommend Chamberlains Pain Balm as the best liniment for strains 1 used it last winter for a se lameneess in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with the jiiick relief and cure it For sale by B E McRoberts druggist 1m A man can reform himself nobody else can No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do not ad vertise this as a sure cure for consumption They do not claim to it will cure this dread in advanced cases but do posi Lively assert that it will cure in the curlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy Refuse substitutes C C and J E Stormes 1m Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings NewLifePills They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m No dressmaker has ever succeeded in making velvet fit vulgarity Two Bottles Cured Him I was troubled with kidney for about two years writes A II Davis of Mt Sterling Ia but two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure a permanent cure C C and J E Stormes 1m How many old maids think you would seek a divorce from celibacy Cut this out and take it to R E Roberts Drug Store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver The best physic They also cor rett disorders of the stomach Price 25 cents 1m the Chicago market for 870 per pounds This is 25 cents above previous record for this year Quite a number of other sales were made at 850 and 8 GO Cattle men say tne limit is not yet reached With abundant rains in all the growing districts of the West the planting of the crop has been though curtailed in many counties by lack of plants says the Western Tobacco Journal From the Burley section reports are now con more favorable than from the dark district The crop seems to be starting off very well indeed Tho reports are ccnflicting as to the it is undoubtedly light certainly not larger than last year and perhaps less With favorable conditions from now on however a very much better crop will be grown than last year Though the late rains have great ly improved the situation in the dark sections the outlook is by no means as satisfactory as could be The acreage is considerably less than last year and the stand was until the rains generally poor si selling Lexington bet effected complaint I digestion complaint effected t Ic Tablets hundred tobacco completed acreage desired vere 4 I Co ii ti try ICiilcrprixc A New England rural editor who was visilMig in Jsew York amazed with tbo promptness the news papers displayed in getting out reports on King Edwards condition He de termined to adopt the idea on all events when he should return home Soon afterward he was told one morning by the local physician that Deacon Jones was seriously ill Tlie deacon was a man of some in tire community so the editor posted a series of bulletins as follows 1000 A M Deacon Jones no better 1100 A M Deacon Jones has re lapse 1230 P M Deacon Jones weaker Pulse failing 215 P M Deacon Jones family has been summoned 310 P M Deacon Jones hilts died and gone to heaven Later in the afternoon a traveling salesman happened bystopped to read the bulletins and going up to the board made another report the deceased It was 410 P M Great excitement in heaven Deacon Jones has not yet Woman has more faith than man and the Lord knows she needs it The Same Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience 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 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used according to directions and with entirely results The trouble was 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 1m Where the saloon is the poor mans club it is the poor womans hell And say someother salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer Is as good as BucklensArnica Salve tell him thirty 0 years of BoilsCornsFelonsUlcersCutsScalds Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish drug Store Paint Lick 1m FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1312 7 75 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 518 15 US Bonis to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc 3000 00 furniture ami fixtures 11000 CO Due fruit State Hanks nid Bunkers 117 96 Due from approved iiReutd 70VjJ Hi Cheeks other cash items 2 ID 75 Notes of other National Bunks 75100 Fractional paper currencyniekelscts 7 78 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN HANK viz Specie fiGS 00 Legaltender notes 4000 00 10C2S 00 Redemption Fund with U S Treas urer ojfof circulation LIABILITIES Capital stock paid Iu 5000000 Undivided profits Suss expenses and 793J 29 00DueDue State Bunks Bankers 1000 Individual deposits subject 50fi77 92 Certified checks 811 20 Total 28059271- STATEOFKENTUCKYCOUITYOFG4BRABP83J I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief S 0 CashierSubscribedday of July 1902 K Notary Public Commission expires 10th 1904 CORRECT Attest A C RoniKsox JNO K STORMES Directors WM HKINNAIKO REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TIlE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business July 16 1902 RESOURCES 25Overdrafts00PremiumsStocks securities etc 1400 00 serve Agents 77ft 28 Due from approved reserve agents 11271 SO Checks cash 207 01 00Fractionaland cents 24 13 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 50Legaltender 50Redemptionurer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL 22C5S 83 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 1000000Undivided Due to State Banks and Bankers 579 10 Individual deposits subject to check 106352 61 TOTAL 22U589 83 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OFGARRARD as I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to best of my anti CashierSubscribedday of July 1902 Attest LY LEAVELL Directors was quile important distinction bulletin concerning arrived similar almost satisfactory controlled attacks Ii Lie To You marvelouscnresofPiles Burns Co s OPTIIE KY AT TheGlose 1902 reserve 2500 00 Total 2S0 592 1 10000 00 taxes paid tocheck 1 00Due 50000 00 taxes paid 87 00Due PublicCommission J B ROBINSON T M AUN0LP O l b C Editor tins 4 A Mu TiuIERcEs I RESCRIPTION I OfEllSillCSJll1y16 5 aim Ith 5057 i I Immediately Colds are sometimes trouble some in Miiiimcr than in vfnrx T i s hard to keep from adding to while cooling oil after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once safe Acts immediately Sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles Dont let your mirror do all the Volsouliiff Till System It is through the bowels that thebody is cleansed of impurities Consti 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 ana 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 When a woman begins to Hatter you run Vacation nuys Vacation time is here and the chil dren are fairly living out doors There could be no healthier place for them You need only to guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy equals DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for quickly pain or removing danger of 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 Great success is the evolution of lit tIe failures The lerfect Liver Medicine Mrs M A Jolley Noble O T writes I have used Heroine for a number of years and can cheerfully recommend it as the moss perfect liv er medicine and the greatest blood puriiier It is a medicine ol 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 of fever producing poisons Her bine is a most eflicient liver regulator 50c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Policemen like the hairs of a mans head are numbered The Boss Worm Medicine II P Kumpe Druggist Leighton Ala writes One of my customers had a child which was sick and throw up all retain nothing on its stomach lie bought one bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and it brought up 119 worms from the child Its the boss worm medicine in the world Whites Cream Vermifuge is also the childrens tonic It improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m The time a woman begins to worry for fear her husband might get ill is when he is absolutely sound and well Cures Sclatlua 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 en tiro relief I can give it unqualified ree ommendation 25c 50c and 100 at P E McRobert Druggist 1m There is something radically wrong with the small boy who wouldnt go to a circus than be an angel 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 and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discovery forConsumption and was completely curad Sufferers from Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m I Act more I them Absolutely system promote t stopping absorption foodcould t rather trouble doctors he re- eLing 445 44 4 4 4S 4 4 ip 4 4 General News Notes a Most Important Events o Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Most of us dont tell the truth to ourselves any more than we teli it to others According to an estimate of the Red Crossldentity Depot which served as a casualty bureau for the Boer forces the Boer losses during the war were 3700 men killed or died of wounds32 000 made prisoners of whom 700 died The Hoer forces in the field numbered about 75000 The Boer Governments official papers have been turned over to the British giving a complete of Mr Krugers relations with foreign Powers Louisville day at the Richmond Elks Fair was marred by a heavy wind and rain storm which wrecked several of the tents at the fair grounds About GOO Louisville excursionists attended and paraded the streets headed by two bands and a drum corps Richmond gave the visitors an enthusiastic Mr Harry McChesney of Public Instruction has that the per capita for the public schools for the coming year would be 232 a reduction of eighteen cents The total census is 732784 and the estimated income is 173022158 The decrease in the per capita is caused by the increased census and a diminution in the revenue Superintendent Mc Chesney states that next year by of the expected payment of the war claim the per capita will be to 250 MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOK Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positivel Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Ha LaGrFppc Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c SI Trial Bottle Free IT WILL BE RIGHT YOUR TO US We defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours WOODWORK I GENERAL SATISFACTION 1 Ve make a specialty of Y Family Washing this de 4 partment being under the Y sole charge of ladies T Danville Steam Laundry SMITH CURREY Agents 4 Lancaster Ky J Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other can approach It in It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache and other results imperfect digestion size contains 2V times small size Book all aboutdyspepslamuiledf rea- Prtoarcd by E C DeWITT ft CO CblCQflO odol Dyspepsia cure DigMts what you s S history welcome Superintendent announced reason restored ures Co 8 J IF YOU SEND IliUNDRY YORK PUOJlPTNESS G53m Kodol Is the 6 sat r a the organs o cl G 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 Cars Electric Lights Pullman Sleepers Stopover allowed in the mountains Full information at C O Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel ROUND TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A 1 3 o o o T 0 I 1300 5 5 I Theres many a man whose lungs are today as sound as a dollar who at one time suffered severely with weak or diseased j lungs The change has been about by the use of Dr Pierces Medical Discovery It has cured men and women f whose condition was regarded as hopeless s who were given up by physicians as beyond all hope Golden Medical Discov i ery cures obstinate coughs bronchitis weak lungs hemorrhage and other diseased conditions which if neglected 1 or unskilfully treated terminate fatally in consumption n I have great faith in your medicine writes Mrs A W of 209 E Eighth Street Newport Ky xYM Fourteen years ago I was cured only one bottle of Golden Medical Discovery after I had been taking medicine our doctor for five t months He told my mother that I had tion and could not live longer than Spring which Stjjwould have been a months The same lay r fmy attention was drawn to an advertisement of Dr J Pierces medicine and which described how I felt y We bought one bottle and I took some of the medi J cine and felt so sick I thought I would die Then Itook smaller doses than at first and continued taking j it After the one bottle was used I was cured I am t of now and am and healthy through Gods will and Dr Pierces Dont be deceived into trading a substance for a shadow Any substitute offered as just as good as Golden Medical Discovery is a shadow of that medicine There are cures behind every claim made for the Dis covery which no just as good medicine can show HI FREE Ur Psevcs GosHKion Sense Adviser s on rscspf cf to pay expense of erdr 21 one cent stamps for the book paper cowers or 31 stamps for the cloth ouxd vSzsnsea Address Dr V Pierce Buffalo N Y r 2J 1 JiJjilif iJ Ai DOUAR 11 ofcure U ideep seated I o- II f I I I r L I I file it1al sent FREE stamps mailing OhL Y in R 7 1 f0Parns j f ij i fj 1 jg I 111 IF YOUR COLLARS COULD TALK howthey would groan when the life is crushed out of them by high pressure machinery Our work is ironed by low pressure machinery which pro longs the life ofthe linen many months also produces a finish that is not excelled in any city A card or phone will bring a wagon M N LAUNDRY 53 St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky 5 I Vain ttttGttitt ttS 0 LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S RoltlNSON Vice Presto ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 5ioooo B F HUDSOX Cashier W O RIOXEY Asst Cashr C WAIKEI Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention t DIRECTORS g Lewis Y Lcavcll J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T 31 Arnold S S SKSKSHSxj s Sx5xj s SxJx 5 3 s K3 5 JJ5 MaS 0 D 0 I xcxx V First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store experience 19lu Aetna Queen 1jihitine National hartford Coimeticut German American Phenix or iirooklju Milwaukee Merchants New York rinlenvriters Liverpool A London Globe North British Jlorcliautile R KlliNAJR n I U INSURANCE Repr8sButin Followill GOlllDani Life Ins Go gf RtfoCgll I Actll TO POULTRY RAISERS rae ROYA1 IOrLTRY gnat nnteeil cure for Cholera and Ko unit a won durfnUrK producer ROYAL LICK KILLKK the greatest insect destroyer kiimrii Try them Thats the test Agents nante l tall Arie Smith Guuerul Agu t Lan caster Ky S BEAZUGY3DE3STTIST poIJ E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LAXCASTER Ky Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages IlXTl onor add res W 3 Fit a 0 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES j S C DEXXY 0V F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex B Denny A C Robinson 0 Jno E Stormes W n Kinnaird A Come To Us FOR Correct Styles Handsome Patterns a n d LOW PRICESOur Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D TILLETT I493 0 Vice Prest 1 II ilJ em A J 0 2 Cashier- S 1 I