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AT RECORDTlIIKTEEXTll YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AUG 14 1902 THE C NUXBEB ia tt TJIEKE IS MONEY HAY BALING A Vs LIGHTNINGs HayPresses S S 0 Are sold by us on easy terms fourpay 0 inent contract We A know of parties who 6 are clearing front two A to three hundred dol 0 4 lars in one season A J R Haselden I O 0 J o 0 0o2 0oQ 0 0 01 k 0000 00 0 r 0C t t w- r t 0h0 i 9Q t oooc 0p Q Q 0 0 C 0 DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line and CARPETS- To be found in the town Prices low p L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0S Q Life insurance policies bought 0 1 for cash or loaned on for sums of SiOO and upward V j j CJ FUr ERAL 1 0 f FURNITURE 00000000000 2 2 00000000000000 n f JAIELZLEY r t 0000 O t n Items of Local Interest Circuit court begins next Monday Tlightsofway come pretty high clout they Bro McTntyrc The colored teachers institute is in session at the courthouse this week Danville has raised about 11000 for the railroad Cut and come again brethren Thats not a spell The open air concert will be given at Mrs McTloberts Friday night T J Hatcher has applied copy right on his picture of Jefferson Davis and Cabinet He will make big money on it Mr R L Elkin took several on his chickens at Danville last week Ills duels also carte in for several blue ties What are you doing trying to get our railroad asked a Danville man of Bob Kinnaird the other day Where did you get that railroad replied Bob Lecture Course A company hasorganized to conduct a lecture course here this fall and winter They will have some of the strongest events on the boards Try rii I If Danville wants a railroad why dont she go up and get one of Rid monds She generally gets anything she wants from our Richmond neigh bors Refreshments will be served in the Park on the evening of Aug 19 the auspices of the Christian and the C W M B The public is respectfully invited 15 cents Rev T II Campbell preached a fine sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning which was listened to by many of his old friends and admirers lie and family returned to Tuesday A Thick ItoclC The well drillers struck a solid rock near the surface when they began work and it proved to be over four hundred feet thick The driller says Lancaster is certainly on a good Hon G G Gilbert Here lion George G Gilbert democratic candidate for congress was in town Saturday shaking hands with his many friends So far no one has announced against him and no talk of is heard He is a splendid man and record in congress is clean and en viable I t M Jr for a premiums under Endeavor Admission Washington foundation his n Our Great Summer Clear ance sales are now on Day dawns for careful buyers Bright and shining facts for all the people A sunburst of bargains that will fatten the lean purse enlargethe boundry of your limited means broaden and dignify the dollar bring sunshine into your life All Merchandise marked with YELLOW TAGS means a big cut in prices You should not fail to attend this sale Come early and make your selections No goods sent out on approval during this sale and CASH DOWN Logan Dry Goods Co a J I 1 1 1 1 ytfff rfTttfyf y t i YELLOW TAIl i I CLEARANCE SALEil A Gnance toMa eMonef Of i i it ti 1 1 i i t t M k C ff T f T Tfff 1 r 44 4 4f11 f i tt t Spending1 rs 1 r I f r f i i i z R i- lS i Remember the open air concert at Mrs McRoberts tomorrow Eriday uight Admission lOc Contest lofttioncd The Elocutionary Contest announc ed for August 21 has been deferred until some future day on account of the burning of the Opera House and the absence and illness of souse Rev Allen R Moore is holding a protracted meeting at Hubble which is being largely attended and much good being accomplished Mr Moore is certainly a good and noble man who is doing great good for the causes of Christ Ready For Business W A Arnold has opened a stable on Danville street and will be glad to fur nish his old friends with new buggies good horses and prompt attention Harry Tolminson is in charge and will be glad to wait on you Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet at their usual place of meeting Odd Fellows Hall on the 3rd Friday night the 15th inst at S oclock All members please come Everybody free O T Wallace Pres During the fire a number of belonging to Mr T B Long were taken to places of safety and he has been unable to locate them A wardrobe top a silver card receiver other articles are yet missing and if anyone has them he will be very thankful if they will let him know A Hid SIICCCH The Danville fair was well attended and a success financially Henry Bright the clever secretary is the right man in the right place Saxtons band was on hand and made splendid music but they always do that A good band is the biggest drawing card a fair can have Maj E W Lilian of the Danville News has returned from the State Guard encampment taken off his so jet clothes and gone to fighting for the railroad Better keep on your lighting clothes Eph To TuxIayeri The tax books are now and you can find me at my otlicc ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully S14tf V L Lawson Sheriff A Rope The well people ran out of rope last week and ordered a thousand more feet They are very sanguin of success and have not the slightest doubt but that they will strike water in the quantity very soon The is working night and day Bid Crowd at C O A big crowd of people is taking of the many delightful at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Willis is making a reputation as a host and the elegagant fare prepared under the supervision of Mrs Willis is highly complimented Now is the best time to visit Crab Orchard and if you need rest and recreation take a few days off and go over Lecture On Persia Rev Paul Johns a Persian lectured at the Baptist church last night his subject being the customs etc of his native people Rev Mr Johns came to this country some years since and is studying for the Baptist ministry working his way through Georgetown college He is an exceptionally bright young man many Losses Paid The Insurance companies have set tied about all the losses by reason of of the hotel fire The companies have had a hard row to hoe in Lancaster and its really a wonder that they write any business at all here The hotel fire will cost them much more than they will collect on premiums in the entire county during the next two or three years Many Thanks Boys Jessamine Louis Landram is receiving the on an extra edition of the Record giving an illustrated ac count of the Lancaster tIre It was indeed a commendable piece of Danville Landram of the Central Record Lancaster got out an extra edition on Monday giving full and interesting write up of the disastrous fire there last Sunday with half tone illustrations of the hand some New Garrard Hotel before and after the fire Bro Landram is to be congratulated for his enterprise New Haven Lancaster Record with commendable enterprise was out Monday with extra contain ing a full account illustrated with of Sundays disastrons fire in that city The people of Garrard are certainly to be congratulated on such a newspaper than in their midst as clever Louis Landram and should give him the support that his energy and brains deserves Louisville is hard to beat Louis Landram of the Record when it comes to enterprise He issued an extra about Lancasters giving full particulars and printing cuts of the wrecked buildings e contestants Fine Notice invitedadmission articles ready Loner required machine advantage attractions JournalEditor congratulations Central CourierEditor EchoThe halftones having TimesIt Central fir l iPlottuiur and enterprise Rev LeonJdas Robinson has return ed from New Castle and will Ills his appointments Sunday Work on the Presbyterian parsonage is moving along nicely The building will be a very line one Mr J T Williams is pushing work on his new house on depot street and will soon have it done Continued Success Mr Fox the photographer is sccrc tary of the Baptist Convention which meets next week will not be Tuesday the 19th but will fill his appointment Friday the 22nd and every Tuesday and Friday thereafter Miss Sumrall of Danville and Miss Leavell of Bryantsville are among those who wii participate in the open air concert at Mrs McRoberts Friday night For Coiiimomvoultli Attorney Hon Robert G McKee has announc ed from Boyle county as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealths Attorney in the Thirteenth Judicial District Mr McKee is well qualified for the position to which he aspires and will strong following both in his county and in others of the district lie has an unbroken record and is fully worthy of the indorsement of any voter Formerly Resided In Lancaster Danville Advocate Miss Anna No el took first premium on chocolate cake in which there were ten entries and on salt rising bread in which there were twelve entries Snow drift the cotton seed oil product was used of lard or butter and it is a high recommendation for this article that it should not be detected and that made with it should be awarded first premium They Cant teat Him A horse which is attracting much attention just now is Donorsino owned by clever plat Cohen of Rich mond lIe is a chestnut gelding four years old lo hands high sired by Dorsey Golddust 1st dam by Sir This horse has been shown at all the fairs and has never been He is the best gaited saddle horse seen in years He is being shown at Lexington this week Mat has 2000 for him Not Our John Last week a fellow named John Farra broke into some freight cars at Burgin and his arrest was mentioned in all the neighboring papers While it is true our John has had much to do in railroad matters and especially with the Southern yet everyone knew he would not take goods from a car lie might take the whole railroad at least enough to run through Garrard county but would not stop with even a train The Farra arrested is said to be bad medicine Will Hold Convention The Democratic Committee of this judicial district met in Danville to decide upon the time and manner of selecting democratic candi dates for Circuit Judge and Attorney It was that the method should be precinct conventions held December 6 to delegates to county conventions to be held at the courthouses on 8 Delegates will then be to a district convention to at Danville Dec 10 at which time the candidates will be Chip Oft tits Old Block In the Tournament ring at the fair Master Guy Hundley won first honors against nine contestants many years his senior Guy was an easy winner having taken eight of twelve rings Upon the announcement of his victory he was called to the band stand and presented in a neat speech by Capt English with a handsome floral piece Guy in turn gracefully presented the flowers to the queen Miss Theresa News Guy is the son of Everheart Hund ley and like his clever daddy is of a big heart and the many noble traits of characterso wellknown in the old Logan stock Graded School The trustees have completed the duties of selecting the new teachers and getting matters in shape for the approaching term of school Theses sion begins Monday September 8th and indications are that the attend ance will be larger than heretofore Prof J E Mannix formerly of Milan Tenn is principal and he comes recommmended both as a teacher and a Christian gentleman He has had many years experience in school matters The other teachers are Prof Howard Sullivan of Falmouth principal Miss Knapp West Miss Alice Henderson Miss Eliza Smith and Miss Amanda Anderson of and Miss Emma Washburn of Louisville The latter will have charge of the kindergarten and The school is under the watch care of an excellent board of trustees and is an institution of which every citizen is very proud Nice Shop I am now fixed up over Haseldens store next to police court room and will give you a clean shave or stylish Haircut The fire only put us out for a day or so Come to see us Henry Duncan tf hereon command- a instead articles Wallace beaten Saturday Commonwealths determined select beheld nominated WorthingtonDanville possessed highly assistant primary tomorrow refused December Selected Lancaster fl Croaks Captured Night Policeman Mat Siler has had his eye peeled for cocaine peddlers for some time Monday night he caught two negroes bringing in a lot from Stanford and took possession of the whole outfit coons and all Si ler is a mighty good otlicer Our Danville brethren were in Monday and pumped the Lincoln ites full of hot air Danville has to hand over the right of way from Har rodsburg clean to Jellico it looks like from the way they are hustling Good Headway As stated in last issue of THE REG DIm the burned buildings will be provided the company gets some outside help These men put iheir money into the houses merely to build lip a public enterprise which was sadly needed in Lancaster They expected nothing in return in the way of money Now they are out two thousand dollars each They are will ing so we are reliably informed to put back every cent of the insurance and begin work at once provided the people will make up the difference There is not a business man in town who is not injured by the loss of the hotel and opera house so its plain why all should lend a helping hand to replace them As stated in these we could get along better with out any other institution than the hotel so why not all put a shoulder to the wheel and help us get back at the head of the Drocession where Lancaster rightly belongs The of this paper has succeeded in get ting a thousand dollars as donations and this was done at odd times when we could get out of our office If we can do this why cant others do like wise If any one else desires to come to the rescue drop us a lino and say what it is They Are Humping Of all the tall hustling you ever saw or heard tell of the good people of Danville were doing it at the fair last week and we understand the pace is still the same They have a certain number of days in which to turn over to the Southern the right of way from Ilarrodsburg into Danville and its about as hard a proposition as our good neighbors have ever gone against The route goes through the finest land in Mercer and Boyle and as few land owners have donated you see what a snug sum of money will have to be raised to get the road The Advocate said in a recent issue that this paper had abandoned the fight This is a mistaken idea We have simply talked out trying to get our people interested sufficiently to go Stanford columns waythrough replaced editor columns many times we have the most desirable route the best grade and many other points in our favor but that road is going where the people want it most and if we dont come up to the scratch we will lose out the great good the town and county would derive from the road there is little interest and the matter has drifted along until you seldom hear It mentioned We have said all along that the road was going to be built and made our statement from information that could not bo disputed some wiseacres to the contrary notwithstanding But the matter is coming to a head and our predictions are turning out to the Danville has now struck the up hill pull and she will find ita hard one judging fron our experience hardly believe she will succeed in the required amount as the farms penetrated are among the best in Boyle county and when it comes to paying for them it is going to take money and lots of it too TilE RECORD still maintains its original position in the matter that the road is going to be built that we have the most direct line and best territory but to get it we must hand over the right of way through the county Nicholasville T Mason of Chicago is visiting relatives in the Camp Nelson neighborhood He is a native of Lancaster and a brother of W B Keg Mason for circuit clerk of Garrard Mr Mason left Lancaster when quite a lad loca ting in Chicago with an elder brother Hugh who is now a prominent attor ney of that city George is engaged in the life insurance business and has made a success of it He is a genial gentleman and has a host of friends in Jessamine Mrs Nannie Farra Mrs JM Farra and Mr Earl Farra have gone to Lex ingtoh and Atlantic City Mr Burns DeValcount who has been visiting Mrs D M Lackey has returned to his home in Chicago Mr Malcolm Miller of New York and sister Miss Margaret of have been guests of Mrs D M Lackey Mr W G Anderson Mrs H M Grant children Lucien and Wm Bowman have gone to visit Mrs Bowman near Flemingsburg HOIIBC for Remit We desire to rent the house and lot on Lexington street belowDr Actons and will give possession at once R jZimmer a17tf Count nothing lost some one else will find it I 7 I Notwithstanding manifested letter e raising JournalGeorge man years Richmond W ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge Iain candidate for the Democratic for the of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the conntlaa of Boyle Gnrrard Lincoln and Mercer SAUFLEV For Coniiiioiixveullli Attorney We are authorized to announce Chas A Httrdiu us a candidate before the Democratic party us Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District A I ay of Fakir There was probably never a time in the history of the State when there were so many fakirs wandering around trying to swindle farmers and other people out of their eyeteeth or any thing else of value says an exchange You can scarcely pick up a paper but what you read of this man or that buying a gold brick of the most type It is one game this time and a new one next time Each fellow teaches a new trick and you cant learn them all without busted People are inclined to do their deal ings with furreners They will send their money off to a mail order house or give it to some fakir wandering over the country when the same goods could be bought for less money right at home In one case you have the word of your home dealer and you know he will make matters right In the other case you have the slick su garcoated promise of a stranger whom you will never see again and who rev er wants to see you Home merchants are compelled to sell the best goods because their honor and reputation are at stake Mail order houses sell seconds of all goods and the purchaser is sometimes glad to get anything never complaining when he fails to find a scarcity of kinship or between the sample or description and the goods itself Its human natureand until human nature changes home merchants will be deprived of tJade that belongs to them and the general public will be hard up for the benefit of the dear people in other States Lancaster Graded School The eighth session of this will open Monday Sep 8th All pupils living in the district are urged to be on hand the first day Nonresi dent pupils may enter by paying W Harris collector the rates of tuition which MUST rE I AID ix ADVANCE 12 nnd 3 Grades t per term of l1 months 12 to li 15 WM HERKDOK Secretary President Peevish people never find out wily their neighbors seek to avoid them I DOm- ination jll ge hip C pronounced going complexion institution to- E following 5 and G KISSAIRD 3i NOW FOR CUT PRICES S S 3 x i 3 We have now reached the season of the year when we always J cut the prices on our Spring and Summer goods We have no ex T case to offer we simply want to convert the balance of this seasons j stock into cash to get ready for Fall and Winter goods and our low S prices will certainly move our stock out of the house and into the po J session or our patrons We dont want this ad to appear sensational r or read like a fluke we want it to impress sensible people as a truthful statement of a plain business proposition what it is K SXXSXSXJ8X3XS SXSX Straw Hats at Half Price i 150 Pairs Ladies and Hisses I Oxfords at Manfgs Cost SMens Flue Low Cnt Shoes iManfes Cost I I All of our Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing At Cost In j fact we have great bargains in every department to show you Come early and get first choice H T LOGAN 1r t I x if X0 W 000 NiiNN i S E 1 E 44 x Mw w J 0 0 t w r r rnr 1 1r11- r r t t i r EE hrO OCPrGG JO000GC JO JG rr r r 0000000 00000 px0000000000000000000000000 0 Q O 0 rpat r00000000000000 4i000 O OOOQ 1 r 1 rlfiJ ilfrIJ81i1 SJ m 3We Can Save Money For Yon 9I- II 4 Yi t 0000000000000000 000000 0 0 0o A When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re 0 member we have the OLD HICK 0 ORY WAGON all sizes and the 0 largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put f on the market in Lancaster Y We also have a fine lot of Q Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hanie Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as S well as a splendid assortment of g Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we 0 will prove this to be a fact 0 Romans t Eta f i gj n gj jri j w I 0 0 0 rilJ ill ill Q 0 0 A 0 Wagon 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0o 1 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the POEt Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Lancaster Ky Aug i4 1902 IT is with deep regret that the men of Kentucky give up their beloved brother Judge John II over who has sold his paper liamstown Courier and will enter er business which calls him from the state To know the judge is to be fond of him and his retirement will make a vacancy in the ranks of the Press Association which will be hard to fill His paper was one of the best in the state and the following taken from his valedictory will show what character of man he was And now as the duties are ended and the labor is done we lay the down conscious of the fact that in all of the fifteen years of service in Grant county as the editor of the Courier we have always aimed to dip our pen in the milk of human have dealt as kindly with the faults and follies of men as possible have befriended many have helped many and in so doing have spent a small fortune for which we have no regret The man who lives for alone had better not live at all TIm best illustration we have seen of the verdicts given against railroads Is the following which shows plainly how the average jury stands ready to gouge the companies evidence or no evidence Read this and then listen next court If the train had been run as it should have been ran if the bell had been rung as it should have been rang if the whistle had been blowed as it should have blew both of which they did cow would not have been injured when she was killed A SEAT in the New York Stock Ex change was sold last week for 75000 the highest price on record Out the country a seat around an goods box sometimes costs pretty high in the police court but those in the city exchange by the police Sow what is the difference in the principle The crap shooter hasnt as much money as the broker and thats all AMONG the many other striking things Col W C P Breckinridge said at the Press Association meeting was that a newspaper could be a gentle man jnst as much as a man could be a gentleman that it could have a repu tation just as a gentleman could have for forbearance for kindness for ve racity for absolute decorum for eve ry quality that becomes a gentleman TIlE Jessamine Journal advertises under its Found head a set of false teeth All the newspaper boys know Harry McCarty took that set of teeth on somebodys subscripton and being unable to use them is trying to get even by making some fellow pay char ges on a notice Ur Go BUOOMS is the headline of one of our esteemed daily exchanges Brooms go up frequently at our house too but bless your soul we dont say anything about it We sim ply follow the old saw A good run is better than a bad stand THE Elizabethtown News had to be enlarged last issue to accommodate its rapidly increasing business If the News grows to be as big as Harry Somers heart it will have to be sent to its readers by freight as the mails could not haul it THE chestnut crop is reported unus wally large this year This is good as the political speakers will be out in large numbers from now until the election and it is fortunate the sup ply of campaign material is large TIlE Elks did the proper thing when they placed longer antlers on Mr t L I newspaper burden kindness himself neitherthe herein empty are never molested I M J rp fail i Wee th o F 1 t I a c at filth s a a is it W Brown of the Louisville Times lie has been appointed Deputy Exalted Kentucky a com plimentmost worthily bestowed SOME one makes the startling that it is impossible swear in the Japanese language accounts for the small number newspapers in that country we pre sume Some AeVK aper lllstory The Owensboro Messenger sizes up the matter when it says every of Col W P Walton and no man Kentucky has feeling good over his triumphant victory over his enemies in Lexington who tried wreck his newspaper and his al fortune by despicable methods Col Walton made a mistake in associating with himself in the Morning enterprise a lot of selfseeking politicians He ought to have turned them down from the outset or that their stock be put into a pool to be controlled by himself The conduct of a newspaper is es a oneman affair A that may be subjected to the selfish whims and caprices of a number of owners is sure of trouble of many kinds and a property of this kind which a number of local feel they have reason to control is in a lamentable fix for politicians are as variable as a weather vane Their interests of today may be changed tomorrow by the ers of the political chess board and they are very likely to want the newspaper in which they are to change policies as often as they do The political friends and allies of today one anothers throats next week Men may themselves together in a newpa per enterprise this year as patriots for the promotion of a great national cause pledging themselves to eschew local and factional issues and before the end of the year some of them undermining the remainder and ready the property and turn it over to the enemy unless they are permitted to use it for some selfish end When the Democrat was established at Lexington because of the need there of a democratic news paper Col Walton an able fearless and long successful journalist of was offered the place of editor and manager at a handsome salary He acceptad but he made a mistake in not demanding at once a majority of the stock in his own name and remainder of it be pooled and held in trust for the common benefit of all the stockholders In a few months he realized his error and resigned but after a time the Lexington being an inviting one he to buy a majority of the stock and resume control of the paper Mean while the numerous small stockholders had taken up divers interests and few of those whose stock Col ton did not buy have been making life burden to him Now however he has acquired the whole property and going into the work of regenerating with energy and in time he will succeed but meanwhile he must live down the mistakes of more than two years Shatters All Records Twice in hospital F A Gulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doc tors to cure as severe case of piles caus ing24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon curd him Subdues Inflammation conquers kills Pains Best salve in the world 25c at BE McRoberts drug store 1m Even the bald jailer has to be with his locks Just Look At Whence came that sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complexion smiling face She looks good feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Result all organs active digestion good no head aches for blues Try them yourself Only 25c at E E McEoberts drug store 1m u iv at al Ruler for announcement moreis Democrat insisted successful ally newspaper varying politicians wholly selfishly interested may be flying associate maybe todestroy Stanford opportunity concluded 0 careful Bet Gra T fri indil i moue at tithe W characteristic Aches nochance b c CYLCONES are SWEEPING the INSURE YOUR PROPERTY We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT IT OFF TOO LONG R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky It p T o 3i IlJij rl I COUNTRY I 8I JiJi01 7I J l JjlfCj z0t0I ICbo o o o oye3oooo o czar t o o qr o o o D o D D o0 0 0 0 0 0 o o m m m e e o e D o o o o to of a CARTERSYILLE J Born to the wife of Pearce Allen a tine boy 8J Protracted meeting is still going on at this place OJ J II Danson and Prof Secrest of Kirksville was visiting this Monday Little Lizzie Sowders tIle wife of Round visiting their sister Mrs C S Ross last week Miss Jennie Wallace spent several days with Mrs Montgomery Mr Thomas Turner and wife and Mr Frank Tussie and wife spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Roop to drink tIle water Walter Henry of Kirksville spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother John Henry I 31T nEURON Delved Letter Born to the wife of Mr D Lemay a baby boy Wheat threshing is almost over in this locality Miss A E Scott sold five shoats to I T Grow for 815 Everett Barker is suffering intense ly with his eyes Born to the wife of Oflie Sherrow on the 30th ult an 8 lb boy W D Scott bought a sow and live pigs from J N Sherrow for 1250 Thomas Montgomery bought the of R Cheatham near Mt Heb ron price 500 Mr Harrison Dean stuck a nail his foot Wednesday which has caused him much suffering Miss Janie Jackson is the charming guest of her sister Mrs Fannie Jack son Mrs Emma Peel and two daugh ters Misses Josephine and Maggie spent the latter part of last week with her mother Mrs M A Ford Isaac Duncan of Kokomo Indianaisspend ing several days with relatives here Misses Una and Jennie Montgom ery entertained several girl friends at dining Saturday Quite a number of the men from here attended the Masonic lodge in Jessamine Saturday afternoon Messrs Chas Duncan II R Montgomery and Miss Hattie Dun can attended the fish dinner at Scotts Fork Saturday Mr Phil Brown was to see his best girl Saturday evening BOURNE The wild cat ball team of Bourne played against the Marksbury boys Saturday and beat them 27 to 18 The boys are improving right a long Mr Everett Bourne and wife of Jes samine visited J D Bourne and fami ly Saturday and Sunday Scott Huffman of Lexington visited the home folk last week Mrs Robert Scott is on the sick list Miss Loa Duncan and Lucy Marsec attended meeting at Scotts Fork Sunday Mrs Lucy A Turner and daughter Rovesta visited Mr John Marsee and wife Sunday James Sherrow and wife visited J E Sherrow and family Sunday Miss Hestor Tudor of Nicholasville is visiting her cousin Miss Lula Scott WALLACETON E W Baker sold to Thos Kinnard a lot of last years oats at 250 per hun dred Uncle Charlie Anderson who leas been quite poorly for some time is better at this writing and thought will recover A new visitor came to the home of Albert Ponder the first of this month Albert says Its nothing buta girl and drops his head Since the storms of June 25 and 28 more dugouts have been made and are being made In this community than have ever been made before all counted Wallaceton now has a new in the of Mr Cassius Van Winkle from near Big Hill smith was much needed and we predict for him a good patronage The oil fever is still increasing and approaching nearer to our town Hi Bowlin began preparation Mon day to have a well drilled on his place and the drilling will begin in a few days Robert Gentry is repairing his dwel ling house that was so badly damaged by the storm June 28th Al Weaver who had his completely destroyed is rebuilding not on the same spot how ever but out near the new pike John Botkins who went from hereto Illinois several months ago wrote to Wm J Hiatt recently offering 800 cash for his house and lot here in town Mr Hiatt has written him ac cepting the offer and contemplates moving to Cleveland Ohio where his son has been for several months Mr Hiatt and wife will be very much missed by their many friends here all of whom feel that he is a mistake in leaving his beautiful home at his to move to a strange city ce 1 Sipnill was C ill i at infarm into t iris blacksmith person Another tram p 1Y 4 makin age T ira g at at at or If D to MARKSBURY Delayed Letter Chas Durham bought of Joe Hen drickson a good horse for 90 As very few came to help clean Cemetery last Saturday all and relatives are requested to come or send a hand Saturday morning The following ladies have begun their schools Miss Catharine Moore Rice Academy Miss Lucile Marsee Mason and Mrs Joe Orchard Grove Mr Chas Durham is teaching school near Crab Orchard Miss Jennie gins of Paint Lick is boarding with her cousin Miss Georgia Dunn and teaching the Pleasant Grove school Mrs Margaret Naylor of is spending the week with here Miss Archie Hunter of Upper Garraro is the charming guest of Mrs Wm BroaddusMrs John Dotyand children of Paint Lick spent and Sunday with Miss Dunn Rev B A Dawes of ville delivered an excellent sermon at the Fork chnrch Sunday morning Miss Lizzie Simpson has been quite sick for several days Joshua Sue ton and family of near Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs Margaret Sut ton Miss Kauffman of Nicholas ville is the guest of her sister Mrs Fred Sutton Mr and Mrs John Ward and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Tark ington near Danville It Needs a Tonic There are times when your liver needs a tonic Dont give purgatives that grip and weaken DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers expel all poison from the system and act as tonic to liver W Scott 531 Highland Milton Pa says I have carried De Vitts Little Early Risers with me for several years and would not be them Small and easy to take Purely vegetable They never gripe distress PREACHERSVILLE J L Anderson has bought several hogs the last few days at 7c w P Grimes bought about 30 cattle from J M Roberts for Sic Perkins bought several calves in this neighborhood for from 1250 to 18 A J Thompson and W II Brown bought about 40 hogs in Rockcastle county for Gic W B Bennett has ordered a pair of new stock scales which he will put up on his farm Fox Lawson bought of W B 34 steer cattle to be delivered September at 4c J P Rogers bought three steers from John C Horton for 5c and sold a mule to same for 110 J S Pettus bought four steers from J P Rogers for 3Jc also 12 yearling steers from James Ramsey for same price John Anderson will leave this week for Corbin We are all sorry to see him leave H C Cummins and wife have returned from Virginia where they have been visiting their children Mrs Payne is on the sick list indications count for anything we will have a wedding in our village this week J W Cummins will leave Friday to visit his brother F F Cum rains and family at Corbin and will also go to Virginia to see his sister John Horton who has been sick for sometime is much better Menifee Elmore and wife entertained some friends Sunday George King is of selling out and moving to Texas Bob Lawson of Indiana was here last week visiting relatives D Anderson and son Master Richard was visiting relatives here Sunday i A Worm Killer J A Montgomery Puxico Wayne Co Mo writes I little twin girlswho have been bothered with worms all their lives I tried every thing to relieve them which failed un til I used Whites Cream Vermifuge first two doses brought four worms from one of them the next two doses twelve one of them measuring twelve inches the other child was only of four worms It is a most medicine Whites Cream mifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child perfect growth wards off sickness 25c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m A white lie usually comes out con siderably soiled A Necessary Precaution Dont neglect a cold It is worse than unpleasant It is dangerous By using One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it at once Allays inflammation clears the head soothes and strength ens the mucous membrance Cures coughs croup throat and lung trou bles Absolutely safe Acts immed lately Children like it on ig Saturday without L K Bennett stalking have relieved tent Ver e t frien liend H Lancast relati Geor Lo a C exc u thee ell r a p a 1 AND STILL TALK Danville Papers Print mighty Inter eating Reading For Garrard People securingdsright of way has not yet been The committees have not yet been able to arrange matters to meet each individual citizen in order to dis cuss the matter with him personally This is a task that requires time and time is precious Our opportunity cannot last forever the hour is ap proaching when the committee will be called to account and if they cannot then show up to claim the right of way as a certainty the conditions of the proposition and with that action tor last opportunity that Boyle county will see in many years to secure additional shipping facilities With two railroad lines traversing the nearly neighboring county there will little inducement for future rail building through this immediate section and it is doubtful if ever county will have the op portuuity of securing a penetrating line Citizens who are acquainted with the factsand realize the breadth of the present opportunity should not delay their action in the matter but should at the earliest possible moment lend their assistance for whatever sum they are able to give Delay or postponement may prove a neglect that will some day oe regarded as lit tie short of criminal when its effects in a few short years perhaps become apparent Subscribe to the right of way fund and if others neglect to do so you at least will rest with a con science eased by the thought that you did your duty to your county and town and went the limit in an under taking for their welfare LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Cbamberluliia Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Chas H Utter a prominent of Panama Colombia in a recent letter states Last March I had as a patient a young lady sixteen years of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Everything I prescrib ed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Tier parents were sure she would die She had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected eight hours she was feeling much better inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end ot one week was entirely well For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m First its golf and then its ping Consumption Threatened I with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had says C Unger 211 Maple St Champaign I tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar It cured me and I have not been troubled since C C J E Stormes Wheat may be cornered but corn cant be wheatened To My Friends It is with joy I tell you what Kokol did for me I was troubled with my for several months Upon be ing advised to use Kodol I did so and words cannot tell the good it has done me A neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had tried most everything I told him to use Kodol Words ofgratitude have come to me from him because I recommended W Fry Viola Iowa Health and strength of mind and body depend on the stomach and normal activity of digestive Kodol the great reconstructive tonic cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Kodol digests any good food you eat Take a after meals 1m 1 The principal difference between young fool and the old one is that the first Is the most persistent and the last the most obstinate Look Pleasant Please Photographer of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold a gony from the worst form of All physicians and medicines to help him till he tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for diseases for the and Kidneys they build up and give new life to thee whole system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed by B R McRob erts druggist 1m THEY sutlicientmeans may be isbe Boyle A YOUNG LADYS Within pong was trouhled consumption Ill itGeo organs dose C C Harlan indigestion StomachLiver completed withdrawn gain 4 f I omach the failed I 1 The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering y Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc 1 0 Q v A s 0 Q Q A s 0 Y Y S Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store PAINT We have all kinds of kinds of purposes We can supply your X every want in the Paint line at the very lowest prices f 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 bug poison FRISBIES DRUG STORE S f constipation 0 by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestines g execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics compels continual and increasing doses to Mil attain results acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE C 0 ROUTE POPULAR EXCURSIONS T 0 OLD POINT COMFORT OCEAN VIEW VA TICKETS GOOD RETURNING FIFTEEN DAYS TICKETS WILL BE SOLD JULY 15 AND 29 AUG 19 AND SEPT 2 Ticket Office Phoenix Hotel 13 DO ROUND TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A S o V 0 0 0 i Ko 0 io Paints for all 1 Q 3 0 6 e 2 f 0 0 S i 0 pG Theytempor rily on t ake ePf FIii AND ti SleepersStopover OCOvOfOG000C 4 0- O 0 O 0O 0 o 0 G 6o s 00 ao 0 2 0 0 0000000 o oco o o ava od oco oco- D pare r 1 e LOCAL TIMETABLES I so xc Mixed leaves Lancaster II 05 A M Mixed Northbnd Passgr 24lAM- SouthVnd 1211 A M bnd 335 r II Lad x I J s we have ever shown I Haudsonletit line of WALL i R 1 Queen Crescent Time Card Q C PASSES DANVILLI NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 anx Number 6 Daily Stop 133 pm Number Dully Does Not 35T nm Number 2 stops when lagged 414 pin Nnmber4 closent stop at Danville but doer stop at Junction City at 4 Sl aID SOUTH BOUND Number 1 ll16am Number 5 Daily llliamNumber 9 Daily except Sunday 755pra Number 3Midnit On Flair ll Spm e C when Gaged STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN- on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES Hardwrre store one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES lr w a 6 CONTEST gives 1 I ir i I VI 1 1 1 Hamilton 1 AD Ford 3 1 J 11 Ruble J2 J II Dunn 1 White H W It Cook 3r John Bourue 17 A K Walker 15 R SI West 1 Frank Pierce 17 W B Denny 10 J A Sanders 0 Ray R Gulley J F Win I i Andrew Thompson 1 Y Robinson Lewis Thompson Ell Walker Ike Arnold 1 B Parks Root Burton David Ross J B Robinson Arnold T C Gulley 11 10 21 12 14 1 17 B Sutton 1 J C FOX 20 II C 25 13 12 12 E II l T S Robinson A R t counting Com tee Robt f it Ii a Denny Kinnard Gossip About 1- II People C I A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Mrs A II Rice has been visiting in Danville Miss Pearl Burnside is expected this week to visit relatives Ir Jesse Walden of Danville was h his mother Sunday Mrs George McRoberts left Sunday for her home in Covington Miss Vesta Lackey was a popular guest at the Danville fair Mr William Goodloe of Paris visit ited Mrs D M Lackey Sunday Col W S Furgerson left Saturday after several days visit here Miss Pearl flardin of Buckeye is the guest of Miss Sallie Ross Mr John Simpson gave a very enjoy able pound party Friday evening Miss Georgia Delph of Louisville is the guest of Miss Bessie Stephens Mr and Mrs J E Stormes left for Canada to spend a month Miss Lillie Noel has been visiting her mother and sisters in Danville of Winchester is vis brother Rev A R Moore Mrs Martha Frisbie is visiting her brother Mr Wm Price of Danville Mr and Mrs Hackley of visited Mrs J 1 Hamilton Friday Mrs W T West is in Lexington vis iting relatives and attending the fair Miss Annie Harrison of Mt Eton Ky is the guest of Mrs Tom Ben nettMiss Pattie Vceklcy of Lawrence burg is visiting her mother Mrs Ben GainesMr M Orand of Waco Texas is visiting the family of Mr Henry Clay Jennings Mrs Dodge of Bcrea is visiting her friend Mrs George Patterson Lexing to avenue Ark islTTth her parents Solon Henry Shelby Tribble this office is spending his vacation with his moth er in Richmond Mr and Mrs T B Long have taken rooms with Mrs Emma Kauffman Danville avenue Mrs Garrison of Eldorado Ark is visiting her sister Mrs E W Harris in order to make room Fall Goons I ant now selling regardless of cost D M Ballon e l Talbert Henry of Eldorado andMrs o I ani malting a fort t 4I I relatives Tuesday Airs itin lei Buena Vista s t F Miss ttfe Mr a i HGren Cuton 1 y I e f f c Jlr Louis Walker has gone to on business Mr W I Williams has been in Lex ington a few days Miss Olivia Sweeney is in Danville visiting her friend Miss Jennie Shu mateMr Herbert IIardin has a position in the train dispatchers office at Liv ingston Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville is visiting her parents Mr Theo Currey and wife The Social Pound Club will meet with Miss Angie Kinnaird this even ingMr and Mrs George ITardin of Cov ington have been visiting the family of Dr Grant The many friends of Mr Sam Dun can are glad to hear of the in his health Miss Beckie and Annie Williams from Stanford spent Friday and Sat with Mrs Joe Elsener A II Rice left Monday for his home in Nashville Tenn His wife will join him in several weeks Mrs Robert Armstrong of Frank fort is the guest of her sister Mrs Alex Doty Richmond avenue Mrs Warren and son Ashby of Stanford were here Monday to see Mr Sam Duncan who continues ill Misses Mary and Hattie Letcher of Richmond are tive visitors of Miss Louise Kauff man Ex Governor W 0 Bradley and daughter Miss Christine left yester day for a months visit to South Da kotaCol Thornton Kemper of Danville accompanied his brother Mr James Kemper to St Louis to spend the winterMisses Alice Walker Lena Rigney and Jennie Burnside have been visit iting Mr and Mrs John Cotton of DanvilleMesdames George FarrIs and Chas Norris have returned from a pleasant visit to their sister Mrs Susie Best of MorelandMrs Spears and Alice of IIustonville visited her brother Mr Joe Faulconer Saturday and Sunday Mrs Joe Elsener has returned to her home in Charleston West Va after several weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs N Miller Mrs R II Tomlinson daughters Misses Maggie and Annell and Miss Marguerite Kinnaird are in Lexing ton attending the fair Mrs Dr Burnett and sister Miss Addie Arnold have returned from a delightful visit to friends in and Bloomfield Mrs Wm Cook entertained Monday evening in honor of Miss LouiseKauff and her guests Misses Shackel Letcher of llichmond Misses Jeaney Lackey and Vesta Lackey left Sunday for a few days vis it to the Lexington fair and from there to visit relatives in Paris Mr and Mrs B E Hughes of are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a handsome son christened Paul Wilson Hughes Miss Louise Kauffman gave a Ping Pong party Saturday evening to her guests Misses Shack elford and Letcher of Richmond Miss Annie Wallace of Point Leav ell is the guest of her aunt Mrs J S Robinson She leaves next month for El Passo New Mexico where she will teach Art Lexington Leader Mr Ashbrook Frank is able to be out again after a ten days illness His sister Miss Li da Frank who has been ill with fever for a long while is now convalescentDanville Mr C N Smith Jr known to his host of friends as Dick will arrive here Sunday from St to spend his vacation with his Mr and Mrs C N Smith Miss Alberta Anderson of Covington the guest of Mr and Mrs John Baughman Misses Nannie and Ju lia May Gaines entertained a few friends Wednesday evening at their home on south Miss J W improvement Sha kelford the attrac I J daughter Miss Springfield man ford and Louisville progressive typhoid Louis parents feet I Indianapolis w f Dannie Gaines left today for a month visit to her friend Miss Ann VanArs dall in Flemingsburg Mr R G Ward and family of Lancaster were guests of Mr and Mrs A B Brown and attended the Fair Mr G S Gaines who suffered a sprained ankle by thrown from a buggy a few days ago is able to be out again QMiss Margret Noel is in Danville this week Ed Gaines the machine man is ill this week Mr Victor Stone is in Lexington attending the Fair Miss Bessie Gulley has returned from Mallory Springs Mesdames J A Doty Jas Robinson and II M Ballou were visiting friends in Stanford Wednesday Mrs Mary Baumstark of Waco Mad ison County is visiting her daughter Mrs Anna B Singleton Mrs Wm Lear and daughters Bessie Mae and Sue Anna are visiting in Lexington and Winchester this week Mr Bert Bentonard Ernest Grimes of Lexington who have spent a pleas ant two weeks visit with Irate Grimes have returned home Mrs J M and son Ollie of Cincinnati and Miss Mary Noel of Danville and Gertrude Noel are among the visitors at J M Hiatts this week Miss Mary Noel who has been a pleasant Visitor in our town has re turned to her home in Danville to the regret of her many friends and ad mirer Mrs Pohlman and Mrs Tearing of Covington are visiting Neice MrsNopomuck Miller and family Miss Pearl Ross little daughter of Capt John Rose of Louisville and Miss Irene Sohm of Louisville are guests of Misses Lou and Lillie Dale Grant j itioirr uoxiiuiiLL This brilliant young attorney of the Lancaster bar and staunch Democrat has yielded to the re peated solicitations of his many friends in this and other counties and has into the contest for Commonwealths attorney in the 115th judicial district The race comes off in November and this would seem premature but for the fact that there have been a number of entries already and that the nominations will be made in of this year Mr Rothwell is thirtytwo years of age born and reared in Garrard coun ty and comes from good stock on both sides of his house He early showed a great natural aptitude for the law While a school boy the ticnd of his mind was seen to be decidedly in that direction His mind ran in legal channels at a time when possibly he was unconscious of the fact himself He had line powers of acquiring of analysis and of expressing himself forcibly at any and all times and in the practice of his chosen pro fession today he is second to none as a lawyer or orator His faculty for ac quiring facts his memory for and his ability in presenting them were then and are now phenominal This was observed at once after into the practice of law Few if any young lawyers in the state could go through a trial continuing several days or a week and then in an argument without note or refer ence remember array and sift the great mass of testimony as well as he This is a line in fact an essential qualification in a prosecuting officer who must attend to his grand jury work which is exacting almost con stant and very often vexatious shape and arrange and dispose of a hundred or more cases during a term of court and at the same time manage partic ular cases in hand meet promptly all objections made to his indictment by the ablest lawyers marshal his testi mony examine and cross examine witnesses be fully prepared to engage in a legal battle several times each day with the best lawyers in the dis trict and finally meet all of their ar guments and present the closing side of his case properly to the jury It will be seen that it is impossible for the Commonwealths attorney to take note of the testimony or be all these from force of the peculiar ability required Ma ny able lawyers fail as prosecutors for want of these essentials OUD can say that if Mr Rothwell is elected to this office he will come ful ly up to the measure of all these requirements While we refer to Mr Rothwell as a young attorney it is proper to say that he has had nearly fourteen years of actual practice hav ing been licensed before he was nine teen years of age From the begin ning he has enjoyed and conducted a large and lucrative practice which he has managed with great skill and abil ity thereby meriting and receiving commendation and confidence of the community at large which together with universally kind generous and courteous disposition and manner on all occasions has won and retained for him friends wherever he is known These friends now find no greater de light or better way of showing their wealths attorney In politics he has never known what it was to be idle but has on all occasions carried the r Layton thelaters nomination- for 03 announcement December became prepare- ds respectsexcept THE REC I presentS being unflinching entered knowledge retaining party banner when called upon and has always tried and frequently in planting it upon the inner works of the enemy He was a elector in Jo when he was barley eligible a delegate to nearly all state and district conventions alternate delegate for the state at large to the convention which nominated Wm Jennings Bryan in 1896 has taken part in all state and national cam paigns since 93 making speeches in nearly all the counties of the state time and again as well as in a number of other states contributing his time his means his labor and his ability faithfully and unceasingly to his and during all these years no one has ever questioned his Democracy We can say without qualification that Garrard county stands and will stand solidly behind him that he will strong personal and political back ing in the other counties The dis trict will certainly make no mistake but will do a wise thing by him and the people by eleccing him to this office A A A A J Business and Bargains HHM Tulips Lillies Fresias Oxalis and plants for winter bloomingFannie Bishop See the fancy hose at For cow fresh third calf Good milker R E McRoberts Lace mits and gloves at Josephsy Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs New stock of late books at yf New line of summer dimmifjics at Josephs v All atFrisbies drug store 7 We are head quarters for celebrated Victor Rubber tires W See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs House cleaners can get everything needed at Frisbies farug store You can get your carriage work promptly done at W J Romans We pay the highest price for coun try produce either in cash or groce ries Currey Davidson Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts Buy International Stock and food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey Da vidson Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs You get true weights and heaping measure at Currey Davidsons All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Josephs We put on the Victor Rubber tire All the best manufacturers us this tire W J Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson We sell the best and freshest at the lowest prices Try us and see if we dont Currey Davidson Kor Sale Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf R M West is agent for the celebra ted Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market July 24tf If you want the most stylish dress goods ribbons trimmings etc go to J Joseph You will get the best We put off no old stock on you You should see our line of They are the prettiest most ever shown in Lancuster All shades J Joseplr Strayed or Stolen Black Poland China Boar weight about 200 lbs with four white feet white on end of tail white face on July 7 was not marked delivering same to me will receive a reward of 500 B Ramsey JrPaint Lick We are the people if you want toe 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 To Town Tax Payers City taxes for 1902 are now due We need the money sd please call and set tIe I can be at J M Rothwells office S D Rolthwell M C L 814tf Our stock of slippers and shoes be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until the second Monday in September on account of press of business at home See R M West and get the only Hemp Reaper It does the work well and at small cost July 24tf We do not shove oft goods on our customers We buyat right figures and sell at a reasonable profit Thats why we have been in Lancaster so long J Joseph have- a nominating I Bulbs Josephs SaleJersey the leadingMa I 5 Anyone july 316t Joseph noun ofdat succeeded Cleveland party 4 44 4 4 4 4 Thompson azines Jm Romans y f Poultry C Ii mans groceries parasols the latest los cannot out t a e Well well well We are still the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition Come in and we will show ypu J Joseph f I will fill your coal house cheap for cash with semicannel or banner Jel lico which is guaranteed to me to be as good as any coal in Jellico district I will make special price on car load lots J T Williams juiy 243m We make no nourish of trumpets but if you want the best dry goods etc that money will buy come 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 sayejcost by paying before we reach ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed Aug 4th 1902 Oda Anderson The A Baum Co James Branam R H Hissiny J B Middleton Miss Mattie E Pollard Miss Margret Rothwell O H Shiles If called for say advertised Wm West P M Neckties lOc a dozen Racket Store Picture fra mes with glass 15c Racket Store 2 spools machine thread only 5c Racket Store Wall paper put on your room Get our prices Racket Store ti to put on our work IIe will walls border ceiling and put it on complete for only S2SU This offer will not last long Order now Racket Store light red steer with white hind feet to his flanks and front feet white to his fetlocks He is 3 years old and weighs about 1OCO pounds and has nubbin horns Came to our place 22 day of July Nepomuck Miller on Richmond road 1 mile from Quick belief For Asthma Sufferers Foleys Honey and Tar affords relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure C C J E Stormes It takes a wise young man not to write a love letter Henry L Shattuck of Shellsburg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted for years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He had previously tried many other remedies and a number of physicians without relief For sale by R E McRoberts druggist im There is probably nothing more pointed than the finger of scorn Ills Sight Threatened While picnicking last month my 11 yearold boy was poisoned by some weed or plant says W H Dibble of Sioux City la lie rubbed the poison off his hands into his eyes and for a while we were afraid he would lose his sight Finally a neighbor recommen ded DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The first application helped him and in a few days he was as well as ever For skin diseases cuts burns scalds wounds insect bites DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is sure cure Relieves piles at once Beware of counterfeits If seeing is believing a blind man must be a hopeless skeptic Watch for a Chill However slight at this time of year and in this climate it is time forerun ner of malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Herbine by its prompt stimulative action on the liver drives the malarial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system and restores health 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m Many a man lies merely because he doesnt happen to think of the truth Cured Paralysis W S Baily P O True Taxas writes My wife had been suffering five years wIth paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballards Snow Liniment which cured her all right I have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work25c 100 bottle E McRoberts druggist 1m A woman never gets so old that she will not sneer at the false teeth of an other if she feels sure her own wont fall outA for Cholera Infantum Last May says Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter Ohio an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera infantum The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully recovered and is now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist Im Notice I I Ward weekending furnish side Estray a town 2t immediate iI I 50c and at R supplying shudder i yo tame enders f professional about J C 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 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 many of these goods left WARD SYMPSON T M H H H M M M t H Ht M t fr We Can Supply Your Every Want agojust tt t t i r today 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 Successors to J M Higginbotham I t i SON iL 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 C i The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy S ply seam Sold by uptodate merchants everywhere or 2 samples sent prepaid for 25 cents They equal quarter collar madej Merchants should writes for our I9O2 offer any I r 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 MODERN PHOTOgRAPHS i You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West FUNCHASC TICKETS VIA TIle If Natevnee R R Q h- LoutvluC a Ml H The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rats Time and all other information wilt be cheerfully famished by ATMORK rJLJP I Y P L IsTl rss1 DR R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Oh GILCHER 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 sclera tifically adjusted Q B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office orer Thompsons lore KyFriday 1 Means and whether it sewers drain pipes of the cities These atmospheric poisons are breathed by the blood and the foundation of some debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver kidney troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and eruptions appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The rerms and poisons that so and weaken the body and destroy the properties of the blood rendering it thin and watery must be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to get rid of Malaria and its S does this and quickly produces an entire I change in the blood reaching every organ stimu lating them to vigorous healthy action S S S not only purifying but tonic properties and the general health improves and the appetite increases almost from the first dose There is no Mercury Arsenic or o er mineral in S S S It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly help by their advice to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co Atlanta R n m lMiI Of11 79fD1f1JJe J linefinJffifb ltflflJafi1jfiJ comes from the low and marshes of the country or the filthy and and towns its effect the human system is the same into the lungs and taken up long Malaria the various ofan indolent character lifegiving effectsS posses cs Potash you Ga f Iw LI A 1 badair lands For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Slock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Oats took a drop of lllc Monday but are recovering somewhat Wheat generally averaged than was expected before threshing Estray a light red steer with nubin horns white hind feet up to his Hank and front feet white to his fetlock Came to our place 22nd of July He is about 5 years old and weighs about 000 pounds Xcpomuck Miller Richmond street one mile from town A prominent Illinois farmer as as his pigs are weaned feeds them ground oats and bran with good The pigs also have an abund ance of green pasture until they are put in the feed lot to be finished for marketFor 50 extra nice stock hogs weight about 150 G A Ballard Wal laceton Ky a7tf A hogshead of Harrison county sold in Cincinnati at 52 cents per pound Minnesota North Dakota andSouth Dakota are in the midst of the great est harvests ever known The cash realization from wheat oats flax and corn which crop is full of promise is placed at 189430000 Barley will add 000000 James W McGee a farmer living near Orick Mo took a chance on this year and used 200 acres in raising them His venture has ed a great winner From seven acres alone he has taken about 2500 bushels and he expects to sell his entire 50 cents a bushel He estimates his expenses per acre at 4230 and his net profit at 1247- 2Ilarrodsburg Herald Phillips Sea of Talmage sold Sam Forsythe a pair of horse mules Saturday for S240 Mr J Ensor who resides near the Mercer and Washington county line thinks he has a bonanza in chicken culture lie claims to have thirty four hens that have laid 201 dozen eggs since January 1 and that each has produced a brood of chickens or thir tysix dozen in all The eggs were worth ten cents a dozen 2040 the chickens 150 a dozen 54 a total of 74 with the thirtyfour hens in ness again Twelve horses were sold at John i VanArsdall Bros stable Monday at from 125 to 150 Frank McGarvey took his string of trotters to Lexington this week Two of them are likely to create a sensation in the horse world W C Terhune bought 75 mule colts Monday at an average of 25 and 25 yearlings at 70 a head and 4 saddle horses at 75 a head Woodford farmers are interested in the outcome of Mr John B Sellers corn crop Mr Sellers on the Topper farm near Midway is introducing in that county the Kansas method of raising corn With a specially machine such as they use in the Sunflower State Mr Sellers broke up the ground and planted his corn at a single operation and instead of dropping several grains in a hill and having the labor of tbinninghe plant ed in straight drills one gram every twenty inches The corn is worked of course only in one direction The machine he used plants the corn deep MENTAL AND MORAL The state of the mother during gestation may influence the whole of the child is highly important that pregnant women meet the with calm composure and I j j i ALl better results tobacco potatoes pro constructed with ns little I II sow cro- at C t 1 as the lower kingdom re no out side aid to and delivery of young are not hampered or by dressWomen uffer V onies when with child unless they make use pain AnImals- of a g painless physically f coveries and that counteract the effect of dress follies Today in every drug store there is one sold at bottle which excels in virtue and safeness like remedy to be applied externally hand once a day on region of the uterus It is not a for to swallow It is Mothers Friend so named because it has never failed to give comfort and ease to woman who ever used it in motherhood- i Send for our free book Motherhood THE WUDflELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA CA fart science i t 1 er than the ordinary way and Mr Sel leIs says it will suffer less from and will also yield at least 3 more to the acre Mr Sellers has of 175 acres and with less plow lug it tools better than his neighbors crops He also claims great in harvesting by the Kansas method He will not cut his corn at all drive his wagons into the field the corn on the stall and load ly into the wagons Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy has a world reputation for its cures It never and is pleasant and safe to take sale by R E McRoberts druggist Mr J E that wheat crop this season was uot the average and only a limited num her of crops reach the grade of strictly No 2 which Is sixty lbs Much of olfered in the market here is bv mold or dampness and is rejected Farmers as a rule are rejecting the of fers and are storing their wheat hold for better prices Wheat here finds a Southern market and price offered for prime Xo 2 is 72 cts though last several crops bought at 75 cents a bushel This one year age over 500000 bushels been bought and shipped South some that remained stored in the and warehouses for better ship ments while the total sales of seasons product will not reach bushels Winchester C Van meter sold to Sim and Jonas Weil Kelson Morris 75 export cattle to August 15 at 5GO Talt Mullins Shelby countyhas been here time attending to the shipping of lot of corn which he sold to S P at 375 a barrel The Paris Kentuckian says M R coby of Hutchison has bought up this time 10000 bushels of wheat prices ranging from 75 to 7S cents to quality The precinct crop averaged about 12 bush cIs Corn crop looks very tine are safely harvested and very good The best physic Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy take Pleasant in effect For sale R E McRoberts druggist 1m ready a bed for and set the plants late in August early in September If the fall is fa yorablethe patch may give a fair of nice berries next spring of Simpson county Ivy sold a good fouryearold sorrel mule to Bob Wood of GoodnightKy for 12125 also bought a pair of 3 year old mare mules from C Y Depp of Kino Ky last week for 300 Foleys Kidney Cure is a free from poisons and will cure case of kidney disease that is not the reach of medicine C C J E Stormcs ini W C Terhune of Harrodsburg bought 100 head of mule colts at ranging from 40 to 00 per head also bought 40 yearling mules at an average of 55 per head It is said that owing to the war there is scarcely a fowl of any kind left in the Transvaal and Orange colonies the forces of both countries having devoured every bird they could lay hands on It is probable that the government will take means to restock the colonies I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion Lee of Dunreeth Ind I tried eight physicians without Only three bottles of Kidney Cure made me a well man C C J E Stormes im servance of strictly business and the many little things must combine as a whole to secure a proper naturally results in trouble It pays to be thorough energetic ambitious and persevering to success in any business and especially in poultry raisingIn Siberia there are 85 to every 100 population In the United States the proportion is 22 to hundred and in France 7 to the hundred The Siberian proportion is only excelled by the Argentine Re puplic where the rate is 112 horses to every 100 Inhabitants The horses used for the post which have powers of speed and endurance cost from 2 lOs to 3 The 1 English Journal The first Southern spring lambs s it rug fail lu Cogar says HarIcerea t w el elevators thi DemocratI fo g 0 for some Ker according oat Duff beyond Boer relief occupationsprinci- ples neglected attain horses the enormous England von bttshe ecouon b shu dire a twi F fierce hi standa diunag bong t w ti h s 100 Iiutchi flake strawber c E G m medic 1 pri I Foley C fine L l t ct n ec r al n t a a sold on the Chicago market this year arrived from the last i week in May Tho lot averaged 5i told at hiimlini pounds or 33 12 per head Inn 25 head were nut fat enough and sold at 150 per pounds or 2G2 per head These lambs were ten days later than the first lambs last year KciitucUy Weekly Crop Iliilletin The United States Weather aid Crop Bureau gives the following sum mary of weather and crop conditions in Kentucky for the week ending 28 The weather was dry no rain of any importance occurred during the week Temperature was below the first part of the week hot with bright sunshine the latter part In the western and south central counties the drouth has become se were and all crops are suffering Corn in this section though damaged in some localities will recover and make a good crop if rain falls quite soon Gardens melons and newly sown grass wand clover have already received se rious damage pastures are badly and short tobacco is generally poor and is suffering severely from drouth In the eastern and north central counties corn is in excellent tobacco has improved and some of it is being topped pastures millet gardens melons and potatoes are in good condition Irish potatoes are especially tine The weather has been favorable for farm work all crops are well and wheat and oats very nearly all threshed Fairly good crops of oats and hay have been sawed Fruit is generally inferior and scarce though grapes aro good in some II B HEKSEY Section Director Among Tk Exdiaiwres Mrs Will Tucker of Washington conntyshoved admirable courage and rare presence of mind in the saving of her childs life the other day The child was playing around the well and fell in The mother took in the situ ation at a and culling to her little boy sent him for her husband who was away from home and then climbed down into the well one It was impossible for the mother to climb out with the child in her arms but she held it out of the water till her husband came A rope was let down and the child drawn up It was 30 feet to the water which was eight feet deep but the mother held to the wall with one hand until help arrived Ilarrodsburg Herald Saturday Mrs John R Wilson and daughter Miss Blanche of Beckner ville were bitten by a rabid cat Both were immediately taken to the mad stone at Foxtown Madison county the case of Mrs Wilson the stone adhered to the wound but failed to adhere in the case of the daughter The cat was bitten some weeks ago it was supposed by a dug belonging to Mr Wilson which developed symp toms of hydrophobia The dog was killed and the cat was put up keeping Saturday the cat escaped and immediately attacked Mrs Wilson and her daughter It was finally Winchester Sun If the citizens of our town would cut the weeds repair their fencing tear down some of the old dens negro cabins they have around their premises it would add very much to the looks of the town and be some in ducement to parties who want to move to our neighborhood Last week there was a nice house and lot offered at public sale and there was not a bid made on it Parties did not like the surroundings Cor Shelby News Whats the matter with taking up a few of the shady loiterers and giving them a tine of or 810 The sun seems to have taken the temper out of many a Lawrenceburg coon and a little street sweeping or rock might have the effect of them for a few days in tho harvest lield Anderson News There is one remedy to protect the people from the danger of maddogs and that is powder and lead We have too ninny dogs any wayand the the town is rid of the pest the it will Tribune Tom L Henson and Rebecca Collie of the Hookers Bend section were married on last Tuesday Both have tasted the sweets and bitter of life as this is the second venture of Tribune This paper has taken the occasion at different times to offer some of the Central City police court and either they or something else has had an effect The court is now out justice with a scoop shovel and offenders are being handled gloves We are as ready to com mend as we are to condemn and we metaphorically pat the court and its new resolutions on the back Muh lenburg Along the borders of Kentucky and West Virginia you never know the correct time They have what they call fast time slow time an sun time Fast time is eastern railroad time slow time is central railroad time sun time is when the sun is supposed to rise and which time is 40 minutes be hind fast time and 20 minutes ahead of slow time No two watches have the same time The only safe way for a stranger in that section to keep from going crazy is to pay no atten tion to time Winchester Sentinel Last night Dr Brooks chair in the council chamber went on a tear again and threw him to the floor but fortunately he escaped injury There- is one chair in the council that needs repairs and this is the one i I I bane per hundred July normal burned condition cultivated localities lance for her little In a It III for safe killed and breaking hardening sooner better beBenton married eachBenton criticisms ladling without sews When the S Ken tuckyluring ihc7 e is s council chamber is cleaned the chair switched about and no one knows who will get it next Several meet ing nights awn one of the councilmcn was thrown to the flour and the same tiling happened again last night A roller seems to be out of repair and this is what causes the trouble leper Menifce will have the piece furniture repaired so that no more accidents will Sun A marriage in a week will probably be the culmination of a short and love affair of Mr Frank New ton of near Fulton and a young lady of New York The young lady from New York whose name we could not learn arrived in the city today and is a pretty woman She accompanied Mr Newton to the hcme of his this afternoon and will visit there about a week and will be associated with Mr Newton and if mutual love up at the end of the week they will be married Mr Newton and the young lady met for the first time this morning They have been cor responding for some time and ex changed photographs If they find they dont really love each other the young lady will return to New York at the end of the woek Fulton Daily Leader A week ago Will Dry a young near Brewers Mill Marshall coun ty happily married and welltodogot up from dinner and barefooted out to the barn He has not been seen since although a search was made by his wife and relatives He tool savings amounting to 5500 with nim Murray Ledger There may be better farmidg com munities than old Callowaythere better folkssomewhere the globe than those living in old Galloway there may be more milk and honey flowing than there is in old Galloway the sun may shine brighter on some other home than it does on my old Kentucky home butwedont believe it Murray Ledger When you man or woman that always has something mean to say ot their fellows by a little exertion you will find their history full of and their talk is done to pro vent people from examining thcmbut they are always known and are much like a rabbit when he has his head in a hole imagines the whole body hid Hawesville Plaindcaler A correspondent gives us a very graphic description of a scene at a wellknown church where the had just finished a vociferous on the Holy Spirit and the fate that awaits those in whom it fails to dwell when the light went out and in a twinkling giggling was heard in every part of the church accompanied with such remarks as you hurt stop quit that Ill tell dont etc The old men becoming because they couldnt see nor feel anything left the house but the young remained until the light was restored and all looked happy and seemed to feel that it was a good thing to be there Hawesville Plain dealer Tuesday noon Mayor Havens joined in wedlock D W Ferris and Miss Ora Weaver of Lewis county Ky Imme diately after the ceremony they left for Manchester to spend their first happy hours at the circus West Union Defender John Linney a 15yearold boy on a of undertook to eat four dozen bananas Thursday After get ting on the outside of 26 he threw up the sponge as he said he didnt have his appetite with him An hour later he ate a hearty dinner of cabbage beans beets cucumbers and hoecake and coppered it with a plate of cobbler Harrodsburg Herald It seems Metcalfe county is overrun with picture enlarging agents The greatest trouble is they go in droves saw encamped near Sweeza a few days ago with a regulation tent and equipment God save the coun try Cor Glasgow Republican AH Were Saved For years I suffered such untold Bronchitis writes J II Johnston of Broughton Ga that of ten I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered in tensely from Asthma till it cured her ana all our experience goes to show it is the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drugs store 1m First love feeds on ice cream soda and like it is too delcious to last long IMiynlcluii and Druggists Ford and Sturgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky Hill Station Ky write We were requested by Dr G B Snig ley to send for Herbine for the benefit of our customers We ordered three dozen in December and we are glad to say Herbine has given such great that we have duplicated this order three times and today we gave your salesman another order We beg to say Dr G B Snigley takes pleasure in recommending Herbine 50c bot tie at R E McRoberts druggist 1m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you at I i Lockup of happenPaducah romantic mother farmer walked maybe begin blow- holes minister sermon disgusted 1 blackberry We live misery from diseases satisfaction sat wager e 1 T a PEARLPLATED BEESWAX Kilixr till The Smithsonian institution has acquired the most remarkable artificial pearl in existence It is about 1a inches in length oval in and an exquisite pink in color If it were not flawed it would be worth an enormous sum but even in its present condition it is priceless as a curiosity says the St Louis JIc public hall of beeswax into the shell of a living fresh water mussel one of those bivalves common in many rivers of the United States which frequent y yield fine pearls occasionally a gem of this kind worth many thousands of The nacre secreted by mollusks of this genus is pink often bordering on salmon and the pearls obtained from hem are among the most beautiful the world The ball of wax was placed near hinge of the bivalve which being in a tank of fresh water was carefully watched Under such cir cumstances of course a mollusk tries to protect itself from irritation by covering the foreign object with a smooth coating of pearl stuff the same material as that which it uses for lining its own shell This is exactly wLat the mussel did in the case described and the result was an enormous pearl Owing to however the waxen ball lost its spherical shape and the pearl became oval in form At the end of two years the mussel was token out of the tank and opened for the purpose of removing the pearl which was given together with the bivalve which produced it to the Smithsonian institution Contraction of the waxen core due to caused it to crack This misfortune while destroying its commercial value made it possible to observe the thickness of the nacre ous coat winch is somewhat greater than that of a sheet of ordinary let ter paper Hotter Thau Policemen Reporters are often more active and more lifted with an instinct for detail than time officers says Charles E in Atlantic Together they make a formidable combination gut they are often divided in opinion and yet oftener in their sympathies Reporters like the average citizen are more apt to pity the prisoner if for nothing else for the very reason that the police are down upon him It is an ambition of reporters to un earth more facts than the police Newspapers print news from a pris Doers friends as readily as news from his prosecutors Nevertheless they spread abroad the charge against u suspected person more than he or his friends wish Since the newspapers begin long be fore a trial to work up a popular in terest in all the persons concerned the results cannot be other than an exaggeration of the importance to the public of what stimulates and gratifies curiosity whether or not it affects the question of the prisoners I Iiltin lirsttJf nn i n Julluc i I The pearl was hJ introducing producing in the kept pressure dryness Reporters guilt I hc nr Fspcr- ifent recently foray made dollars Griu ell d IERCESFAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN IT WILL BE RIGHT IF IOU SEND YOUR TO US defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours PROMPTNESS GOOD WORK GENERAL SATISFACTION We make a specialty of Family Washing this de partment being under the sole charge of ladies Danville Steam Laundry SMITH CURREY Agents Lancaster Ky A Good Business Stand FOR SALE Having decided to retire from the merchan tije business on account of failing health vc will offer at private sale our stock of General Merchandise in the town of Bryuntsville Ky Said stock is in good condition and consists of about Five thousand dollars worth of good mercbuntilo goods Will also sell our store house and lot of a bout one acre of land said stoore room is 26 x 1W feet with 14 feet ceiling and plenty of light This is the best equipped and most convenient store room in Central Kentucky On the lot is a warehouse 50 x 00 feet a good stable and Buggy house u large deep Cistern coal house Poultry house and Pens and any one wishes to engage in the Merchan tile busincs ho will find this to be the best country stand in the state situated in one of the best counties in the Blue Grass Region and from 9 to 13 miles from any town of any im portance Will also sell two good dwelling houses in same town 1st with one half acre lot with a six room dwelling in good repar and stable on lot 2nd with one acre lot New Dwelling 9 rooms a good dry cellar a good cistern with pump on poarch at kitchen door The most convenient house iu the county and just completed one year ago Also meathouse Poultryhouse coalhouse and other necessary out buildings For terms and furthes particulars address J X DUNN Co Aug 12 02 Bryantsville Ky I IAUNDRY YORK Ve etc- H I II t E53m E Ss rn HSO f 1 r ftJI M eSfBB f w pirREa Fvwig I Wrote fo A little over a year ago I wrote to you for advice says Mrs Elizabeth J Fish er of Diana W Va You advised me to use Doctor tierces Favorite Prescrip tion and Golden Medical Discovery which I did and with the most happy result I was troubled with female pains Had a very bad pain nearly all the time in my left side nervousness and headache Was so weak I could hardly walk across my room Could not sit up only just a little while at a time My husband got me some of Dr Pierces medi cine and I began its use Before I had taken two bot tles I was able to help do my work I used three bot tles in all and it cured me Now I do all my housework It is the best medicine I ever used Yo- fGr Mvifz tt 3 weakness and bearingdown Every weak or sick woman is invite l to consult Dr Pierce j by letter free and so oteaiii without charge the opinion of a her tion All correspondence is held as the written confidences of women are guarded by the same strict professional racy observed by Dr Pierce and his staff in their consult j ations with weak and sick women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute N V of which institu tion Dr Pierce is chief con i suiting physician Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N V- Dr Pierces Favorite establishes regular ity dries weakening drains heals ulcer j ation and cures female weak ness If you are led to the chase of Favorite because of its cures other women do not accept a substitute with none of these cures to its credit Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lets cure biliousness Buffalo Prescription Prescription First Class Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING Having had many years exper ience I can gttaranteee every of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store Painting GI9311 job I wpate o fefcae About trm y rs frelri vf r neither eat I was very mrviu niHtlo Cretly of V t N II 1 h iiW pnrii hail ii ol T rat kii actor ht h ally I you your iiMfdici aieMced Favorite rreci took six bou j GoUU n M al ery and cnx ui Dr v Pleasant Pel these ute gad n me wd antI itrong I a a new pawn to what I wa before I commenced tatting e Please accept my sincere thanks for be r j tits I have derived from your BttdkiMC I fAK I I i td c I It l wn toI r boll t DIY cLe and I CJI four of Disco s tact cam the ago was is rand y taeuroodwlr 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