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THE CENTRAL RECORD TitIK TEESTit TEA It LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AUG 21 1902 NrHBEI TJIEUE IS MONEY HAY BALING LIGHTNING 0 HayPresses S Are sold by us on terms fourpay 0 inent contract We Q know of parties who are clearing from two to three hundred dol v8 lars one season Q J R I o 0o o Q IN Q o o Q o U 0o o i i g easy in 2 2 o 00oGoo000o0o0 0 0v 0 St JtiJ 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 task 01i 0000 0 0 0 4 O 0 0 0Q FUNERAL DIRECTORS t Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY 001 We have the most complete line FUttXITUHK and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0 S Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of and upward v o f 000000 2 R I 00 O J O O OOOGOv 0- f 0 00 Items of Local interest The dove crop is large this season but they are as wild as deers The Public Square needs cleaning Whats the matter with the chain Five persons were received into Presbyterian church by letter Sunday morning Communion services were held at thePresbyterian church Sunday morn ing conducted by the pastor Rev Mi Chumbley W B Burton sold to Hudson Bros a car load of horses and mules rang ing in price from 85 to 125 each See ad of sale of land in Lincoln county elsewhere in this issue A line farm will be sold one of the best in Lincoln The coon excursion to Louisville Sunday was largely patronized many white people going along The Reen town band went When you want to catch the trains ring up Alex Miller No 122 He will call for you with a nice carriage and it will not cost you a fortune either Rev Allen R Moores meeting at Hubble continues through this week and great good is being accomplished Several have united with the church Mrs Patterson assisted by good local talent will give a musical enter tainment at court house Sept 4th for benefit of mountain schools Program next issue The Lancaster orchestra has gotten together and will practice twice a week at the residence of Miss Mary Gill A big lot of new music went up in the hotel fire Burnett Shugars Co sold their stock to Richmond parties and the goods were boxed and shipped last week If it is decided to rebuild the hotel block they will piobably go into business again The Reentown band awakened many from their usual enjoyable naps about six oclock Sunday morning They were going on the Louisville excur sion but some citizens who only get to snooze on Sunday wished they were in another direction The colored teachers institute was in session all of last week and many interesting matters were looked after The singing was especially fine and many went up to hear it Prof Jas A White of Richmond conducted the institute and was highly on the work 1 going complimented I gang th A Grab Sale We have one hundred packages of Merchandise that we will sell for i each Every one of these packages contain good desirable erchandise that cost more than one dollar at wholesale and some of them cost more than 1000 We desire to clean up our stock to make room for Fall Goods We have to offer extra inducements to do this We are willing to lose some money on this sale in order to advertise our great clearance sale We want our customers and friends to take advantage OF THIS GREAT SALE These packages contain all kinds of Merchandise sold by us ex cept hats One package contains a Black Taffeta Silk Dress pattern worth 1500 another contains a Black Wool Dress pattern worth 5 a Silk Waist Pattern worth 8400 and so on down toSioo You can pick your choice of these packages for 100 each You have- a chance to get a silk Dress pattern Wool Dress pattern and a silk for 100 each We guarantee to you that no package contains less than one dollars worth of Merchandise No package will be laid aside for anyone unless paid for No package will be exchanged for other goods If anyone should get a pair of shoes shirt or oair of pants that did not fit we will exchange- for size to fit in same price goods These packages are on sale at our store and will be picked up quick so come early and get first choice No one Connected with our store not even the proprietor knows What package contains the Silk Dress Pattern Wool Dress Pattern or the Silk Waist They are put up by an outside committee Logan Dry Goods Cow Lancaster Kentucky r J J I J J 4t t f f f t f It I andanother aist i 7ffff fffffff7f f f 4 The contract for cleaning the brick on the hotel lot was let to Bothwcll Money to Loan Or iirstclass real estate first mort gage If you cant give this security I dont come Apply at RECORD office Fishermen say Dix river is almost a thing of the past for fishing purposes The seiners and dynamiters have pletely stripped it of fish This could be stopped and would be if so many prominent individuals didnt have wool in their teeth Burglarized The home of W T Woolfolk of Lex ington formerly of this county was burglarized Tuesday night Two gold watches and other articles were sto len The thieves effected an entrance through a window Buys X flays Macliluc Dr Burnett of this city has an X Rays machine which have become so popular with and prove so useful The ma chine is the latest improved He has it in his office over Logans store III In Louisville The Louisville Times of Wednesday says Dr Valentine II Hobson for merly of this city and now of Rich mond is seriously ill at St Josephs Infirmary Dr W C Dugan operated upon him several days ago for Slat Milestone Aunt Susan Anderson celebrated her 81st birthday Saturday and many friends called to pay their respects and wish her many more years of good health and happiness Aunt Susan is respected and beloved by all who know her Kind of Cheese They Are Some people think that because they hold a twobyfour otlice and a big corporation they are the Whole cheese Well probably they are but well venture the assertion that it is of the limburger brand Danville News London Fair Clever Bob Jackson manager of the London fair sends us a comp with a very kind invitation to come up to the fair which will be held Aug 272 The London fair always big crowd and will be bigger and better than ever tins year A Society Item Caroline Hall of Canmer has just left for home after a weeks visit among her relatives in this county A good many yellowlegged chickens died with the ringneck during her stay with plenty of other good things The Green County Record Nab I5ni Injuu Under the new town laws its a line to drive over the crossings faster walk Judging from the way the many old rattle traps are dragged around the drivers dont seem to care about the law We ale asked to call special attention to this so beware Why Not Try This Why stoop over a red hot stove and cook meals these days when you can get almost every thing you need by telephoning to Zimmers restaurant They have fresh bread rolls cakes pies and all kind of canned goods and dried meats which go to make up a meal tit for a king Try this Again In Charge Mr William Ward is again in charge of the Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills lIe will devote his time to this and the electric light plant His mills are among the best in Kentucky and- a splendid article of Hour is turned out Patronize hone industries by giving him your orders Pete Says Nit Strong pressure is being brought on Hon P M McRoberts of Stanfordto become a candidate for republican nomination for circuit judge but when Ed Walton asked him about it he said he was not a candidate for any office He is splendid material and would make it hot for his opponent The VIuners Miss Berta Cooley of Stanford won the prize in the Logan Dry Goods Cos Queen Quality shoe contest She wrote the words Queen Quality 1406 times on one postal card Miss Willie Pierce of Buckeye came second writing the words 1215 times Mr Logan was in securing a glass by which they were able to count the words correctly A Great Success The officers and directors of theCrab Orchard Fair Association are indeed hustlers judging from the financial outcome of the exhibition held there recently After paying for making the best track in Central Kentucky building the and other necessary equipments the laying by of 175 for a rainy day a dividend of twenty per cent was declared The total receipts for the three days amounted to 5270 so Mr JM Roth well tells us and when it is that all the grounds had to be put in shape the buildings and track made and the further fact that the grounds are paid for for another year this is a showing that is impossible to beat President Bronaugh and Buchanan certainly know their business f Big Injun com- o purchased appendicitis draws- a than- a grand stand physicians represent t delayed remembered Secretary I u To CorroapoiidcutM As TIlE RECORD is printed Wedges day night please mail your so asto reach us Monday We have changed the time to middle of the week in order to do job work on Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays Wlidr it is possible we always print the letters as they are better than anything we can write Nice 1reseiit When Charley Zimmer returned from Germany he brought several nice presents for some of his friends and among the lot was a handsome pearl handle knife for the editor of this paper It is a splendid piece of and the corkscrew attached makes it doubly useful of the most popular boys in Lancaster and never forgets his friends Henry Taking a Itest Mr Henry Lammers who runs the engine on the local train is laying off this week and taking a much needed rest All the train crews have been doing extra time for the past six months and as Mr Lammers was al ways called on he is pretty well worn out He will return in a few days He is the best and decidedly the safest engineer on the Kay See To Sunday School Convention A Union Sunday School meeting was held at the Baptist church Sunday night and a large audience was Much important business was attended to The following delegates left Monday night for the State at IIopkinsville Jas Denny president Garrard county D Cochran Miss Alice Henderson and Si Moberly delegates from large Good Man Leaves LT The term of lease which Mr I C Bucker had on Wards Hour mills last week and we regret to say that clever gentleman packed his kit and moved back to Paint Lick Mr Rucker is one of the most thorough Christian gentlemen we have the of knowing and he is as straight as a die in everything He has taken charge of the mill at Paint Lick and will continue to make the best of Hour and meal A Dry Town Mr S D Rothwell better known as Big Injun our efficient chief of police has about succeeded in putting a stop to the sale of beer and whisky in Lancaster in fact we heard a fellow say it was so dry on the Chute that tile dust was a foot deep Injun was jailer here for many years and in that time caught on to the tricks of criminals so that he can look at one and tell what hes up to lIe is to wipe out the tigers and has certainly succeeded in doing so Masonic Lodge Notes There will be work in the Fellow Craft degree at the Masonic lodge next Tuesday evening Lodge opens promptly at 730 A number of can didates have been duly elected and there is much work to be done this Fall An invitation will be Brothers Henry Sandifer C M Smith W G Dunlap and others of Franklin Lodge to come over during the Fall and give some degrees This will be good news to the many admir ers of those noble gentleman and bright Masons Drugs Destroyed Monday Mr F P Frisbie one of our local druggists took all the stock of drugs and chemicals that were dam aged by the recent fire and poured them into the street The Insurance companieshad settled with him and while most of them could have been used yet he decided to put in a new stock throughout consequently he made a heap of the damaged goods and scattered them to the four winds Pills chemicals roots and herbs enough to kill every man woman and child in the state were destroyed Death of Dr Armstrong Dr T C Armstrong died at his home at Bryantsville Friday night after an illness of some duration ire was the oldest practitioner in Garrard and one of the most widelyknown and highlyrespected citizens in He would have been seventyfour years of age his next birthday and had his profession for more than fifty years lIe was married twice and a large family survives him He from Transylvania University and the Kentucky School of Medicine The longest procession seen in for years followed his remains to the local Cemetery Saturday where the interment took place Dr was a good citizen and had friends everywhere Think A Minute If some people would stop and think they would see that a country office cannot afford to keep two or three hands sitting tale all week to set ads and do other work on press day This is like expecting a barber to keep half a dozen hands idle all week for Sunday shaving or a livery stable to keep horses standing in the stalls all week for Sunday driving People have been somewhere and seen dOlt expect this but there are some who think we can set and print the New York World on press day THE RECORD is placed in the post office every Wednesday night and to ask us to stop and set ads which ne cessitates several hours work atnight is unreasonable communications J workmanship Charley is one meeting N county- at pleasure extended- to thecounty practiced Lancaster Armstrong who f present Association- S expired determined graduated printing something 4 You Cant Keep Old Lancaster Down Those working on the hotel and opera house matter have been decidedly successful and now are within only a few hun dred dollars of having enough to make up the difference nec essary to rebuild the structures destroyed Its a plain open and shut business proposition What was your property worth before the fire How much can you get for it now with the hotel and opera house gone TilE RECORD is confident the amount will be secured and that within a week or ten days work will b2 commenced Those working on the matter have to do so at tiuus wlnn they can leave their business or the whole matter would have been closed up before this If you have any publicspirit and are free from miserly mossbackism lend a helping hand and pull your old town out of the ashes We cant get along without that hotel and WE KXOW IT WILL NEVER HE BUILT WITHOUT SOME OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE A j 5 iOi i i 00i 0 8 0 I O rS i o Q o 4o i o o o Q Q o 0o 000000000000000 o 42 0 O 0404000000000 000JO00 00 0O OOOOOOOOOC 0 O 0 0 O a Will Make a Canvass Editor W P Walton who is a can didate for raiiroad commissioner in this district has secured an assistant on his Lexington Democrat and will make an active canvass of the district If ever a man deserved at the hands of his party Col Walton surely does As stated in this paper he has done more good hard work for the party than any man in it and has never asked for reward of any kind We believe he will win in a walk as ho should be allowed to no A Silly Report About the time of the Crab Orchard fair an epidemic similar to cholora morbus swept over this section of the state It hit the guests at Crab Springs and for a little time it was believed to be caused from some local trouble there It turned out however that people all over this sec tion were prostrated by the trouble which goes to prove that nothing at the Springs was the cause We know several people who had not been near To Vote on Whisky Petitions are being circulated in the two precincts in Lancaster asking the county court to order a vote on Option We understand enough names have been secured and that the is a go TilE RECOU to announce right here that its are open to its patrons for a of the question but ALL COMMUNICATIONS MUST BE SIGNED BY T II E WRITER no nom de plume goes and the same will be charged for at the rate of ten cents per line CASH Type is a bad to tight with and when such are commenced there is no end to the quarrel Nothing abusive or personal will be permitted as we recognition thanthose thing wishes columns dIS- cussion weapon discussions paperand Orchard Lo- ral No More Fairs At a meeting of the supreme lodge it was decided to have no more street or other fairs or carnivalsso the Elks shows are a thing of the past after this year The Elks have furnished much pleasure and while some about the character of the shows the boys only gave what the people wanted and what they would patron ize Funny isnt it Mack Unity Our good friend Owen McIntyre of the Danville Advocate goes up in a balloon and says THE RECOKD Ilasnt a very high opinion of the en terprise and business ability of Boyle county citizens Now wouldnt that jar your mothers preserves We said nothing about the enterprise and business ability of anyone but did say and stick to it that it will be a cold day in August before enough Boyle county citizens are found who will go into their jeans and give enough money to buy that rightof way from Ilarrodsburg to Danville The assertion was not based on their ability but on the fact that Mercer county and Ilarrodsburg are onto Danvilles little scheme and land is going to come mighty high in that a county sure Brer Mack Another ground for our remark was the fact that some of the best farms in Boyle will be cut to pieces and its going to take money and lots of It to pay for them Our good brothers are to see this and thats doubtless the reason for Mack getting off his feed and accusing us of saying mean things about Danville Dont do this old boy dont do it We have some very substantial friends over there in fact we love some of them and knew them years before you went there to fill a longfelt want Talk railroad and if you must get huffy and tear your trous eis keep in the seam Mack keep in the seam Gets Elks talked beginning ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge I am a candidate for the Democratic worn nation for the of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the coumUtt of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAOFLbY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chaa A Ilurdin a a candidate before the Democratic party Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District Every time a fog trots across the street or some loafer gives a hearty laugh some one goes immediately and rings the court house bell The bell is as large as a balloon and when in motion makes a noise which can be heard from one end of Kentucky to the other Last week it was kept in motion most all every day and this week is as bad Capt White of this otlice says there is no sense in it lie says a teachers institute they all know its to their interest to be there If its for court why the law yers and officials are being pretty well paid to be there so why the Old Nick shall we be worried by it If some poor devil should get drunk and give one little yell on the street he would be made to break rock for six months and here we are to be annoyed by that darned bell If I had my way ifc would be shipped to Asia tomorrow And we see where captain is right Judge Snalley Talks Interior Journal When asked by a reporter for his views of the action of the Democratic Committee of this district Judge SauHey that he had been strongly and in favor of a primary election that method according to his judgment was the only one which affords to the people a fair and easy method of their choice of a nominee there was in it less machinery fewer opportunities for jugglery rascalities frauds and combinations to defeat the will of the people Besides this it is simple way He could perceive no reason why a Democrathowever hum ble when he came to vote for a should be required to select an agent which agent in turn should another agent and this last agent should cast the vote of that would be simpler and easier to let the Democrat do his own voting and do away with the middle men said the Judge I have never in my life bolted the my party nor refused to abide the action of its constituted authorities and I never will If I do not get my own man or my own plan I take what is offered I believe in party and intend to maintain it al ways as best I can hlp Sound remarked openly expressing candidate select Democra- tIt nomination- of organization jndge ieayoniag lifts judicial Nevertheless The Opportunity and The Man An experienced cutter from CINCINNATI The acknowledged leaders in their line will be with H T LOGAN Thursday Friday Saturday AUG 21 22 23 Every good dresser should advantage of this opportuni ty and see the Exclusive Novelties in Fall and Winter Fabrics SHOWN ONLY BY THIS CONCERN High Grade Tailoring AT PRICES TO PLEASE ALL U U U Are Here i GlD8 TAilORING CD I a E I i a 5 g 3 I I M ii Uu UG n r r1 I 1 r r r r rr i r take- rta 1I tL 1 rT r w DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE r c 1 r I ffi SUltRIESr BUGGIES lJ1 PII TONS j t1 L v If so ire can furnish you with the very best that money can buy and at prices that defy and knock out competition Any kind or pattern you desire and we cordially invite you to call and see the immense stock we are showing We also handle and keep constantly in stock a complete line of The Celebrated Old Hickory Wagons all sizes every one fully warranted absolutely fa F3 Ei b tt- I I WAGON GEAR COLLARS c N S illfQJfBf iJrnrWIiJ8Ii11fiHiJj JJ B1tEEC1INUrflj ROM MORE c o 0 of p CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Past Office in Lancaster Ky as SccondClast Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Any 2i IQ02 THE EECOUD is not a lamityhowl er our readers well know neither does it go into caniption fits over matter of that comes up before the people of the country but we do insist on having the floor long enough to protest against one of the most unjust and outrageous in fringements upon the rights of the people that has been sprung in re cent years We refer to a law which is to be introduced in the Wisconsin legislature this fall W T Woodward a Lacrosse attorney has drafted a bill which he will present to the Lagisla ture this winter the purpose of which is to prevent the telling of fish sto ries The bill provides that every fisherman must under penalty of tine register the weight of every fish taken exceeding one pound in weight It provides for a staff officer with county deputies with whom registry shall be made and whose duty it will be to see that the law is enforced Now could anyone invent a meaner infringement upon the workingman than this Its not right Again how would it be possible to enforce the law The standing army on con stant duty could not do it thus the cost of the military would amount up and put double taxation on the peo pie Another trouble which might is that all the liars in the country might arise in a body and resist the law Then where would be the end Just think of it the tens of thousands of fish liars all arrayed in line of bat tie I Theres no telling where it would end We are for the liars first last and all the time and if necessary we will shoulder a sidestick and go the front to light for what we believe is a godgiven right IT is a matter of regret to the many friends and admirers of that grand old gentleman Henri Watterson that he has refused to allow his name used in connection with the democratic gu bernatorial nomination lie says satisfied where he is and hints at there being a political machine up against Our idea is for the people to nominate him anyway have no politics in the matter just make him governor and let him do the rest There would be no shenanigan with him in charge of the States and the people of all parties would be treated with due consideration All honor to Marse Henri The people all respect him and we rural editors love him Tins L N Railroad will spend over two million dollars on its shops in South Louisville and will build a handsome oflice on Broadway between Ninth and Tenth The L and U has more valuable propertyand pays more taxes into the State till than any oth er one institution and the company is always trying te do the right thing by all with whom it has dealings Yet most juries and some courts are con stantly howling it down and throwing every obstacle in the way of its prog ress and welfare Pools old Russell Sage after reach ing the age of 86 finds to rest and when asked the other day if he Intended retiring from business soon said How can I when I have such extensive interests at stake I am director in 27 railroad campanles and jf I retire from these it means a great loss to me So it goes Most rich people grow so wrapped up in their money that they care little for them selves and a blanked sight less for the happiness or welfare of others IT takes newspaper men to push matters to a successful end Theres clever Fred Ballard the Lexington newspaper man who boosted the Elks Fair to a successful end Ballard I i as e the result 0 to- go affairs notime every his C e s the Booster as he was dubbed by the boys is all right and certainly knew how to get the gang all there THEIUJ are 850 saloons in Louisville Some fellow figured out that there were 07 drinks in a gallon of and we started in to figure out how many drinks a day were taken in Lou isville but before going very far the task grew so big we wanted one so gave up the job FLATWOOm J C Clouse sold two steers to Jim Coldiron for 52 Jim Coldiron bought from Ilarley 2 streers for 28 Joe Lawson sold his gray saddle mare to Sam Anderson for 75- W II Furr sold a hog to J C Clouse lor 8 cents a pound During the last Fri day afternoon lightning struck Mrs Graysons house and shocked her and her brotherxWm Davis pretty severe lyEdward Gooch one of Lincoln coun tys teachers visited WII Purr and Sunday Joseph Gooding has moved back to Bell county Walter Spangler visited W II Sunday Miss Lixxie JJudderar was visiting Miss Myrtle Cormney last Thursday night Mrs M A Archer and little daughter Edna Vivian and Misses Eoilla and Carrie Archer have returned from a visit to relatives in Parkville accompanied by Miss Eliza Underwood BOURNE Quite a number of our farmers county court at Dimvillle Mon dayIn the base ball game between Marksbury and Bourne Saturday the score was three to one in favor of MarksburyMr Turner sold a nice work mule last week 98 Noah Marsee bought of J P Ham some nice hogs for 45 Mrs Mollie Ray and son Loton vis ited Mrs Will Broaddus at Marksbury Sunday Miss Beulah Huffman en tertained a number of friends at a social Monday evening Mrs John Jackson and daughters Lila and Flora spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Doc Jackson and family of Bryants ville Messrs Ike Dunn Ernest Bourne and Fox Turner attended the fair at Lexington last week Mr Jas Turner wife and Miss Lissie Raines of near Lancaster visited here Saturday and Sunday Misses Fannie and Jane Jackson spent from Friday until Monday with Lives in Lexington Miss Mayme Daily of Danville visited Mr Sim Parks and family Sunday MANSE Joe McCormick is on the sick list The meeting is still is grogress at Walnutta church Miss Bowman of College and Miss Elsie Palmer of Lancaster are the guests of Miss Annie Burke Robert Tudor is at home from Miss Catharine Arnold of Louisville and Dr II D Douglas of Lexington have been guests at Capt Dotys Miss Mary King of Junc tion City is the attractive visitor Jessie Dunn Miss Jennie Higgins who is teaching at Pleasant Grove is with the home folk this week Misses Franky and Bessie Doty at Bryantsville last week 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 50c and 100 bottle at R E McRoberts druggist 1m e r f i whisk ourselves thunder storm Saturday attended relatives rela n Hill London vIsit- ed bur o fs CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT O OFF TOO LONG R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky I fff1f YffljXCQjjfii1f1fAJlfJfJ rtXqJf 1l fJJliI iJ7Il1i3Y 0ti1iJrfFdj 1rtii I t 1 I ftfilil JlIfI07ffi 01 TlEjrlJiji0 IGGQ ifliJJiIiilJJ a 1 s r 5 Q rQ BllYANTSVILLE Those indebted to Mr and Mrs J S Haselden will please call and settle A protracted meeting is in progress at Beauna Vista and is largely attendedA was cast over this com munity last week by the death of our well known physician Dr J C Arm strong We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Mr and Mrs Stevens of Danville are visiting Mrs Burk Misses Ilattie Jennings of Danville and Ella of Kirksville spent last week with Mr and Mrs J S Ilaselden A numbej from here attended the fair last week Mrs Eliza Ballard has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Jennie Taylor of Morningglory attended the funeral of her father Dr Armstrong last week Miss Browning of Lex ington is visiting Mrs Armstrong Miss Mittie Dunn has returned from a few days visit to relatives in Mr and little children are visiting relatives in Har rodsburg B F Jennings visited rein tires here Sunday Rev S P Jones and little children of Burgin called on friends here Saturday STONE Mead Teatcr bought of F N Folger one cow and calf for 35 S M Thompson sold to Walker and Sanders eight nice heifers at 3J cts C M Moberley and C S Sanders bought W Sanders some butcher stun at Jets Mrs A D Ford of Lancaster spent Saturday with friends here Mrs C M Moberley visited her brother Win Wall Ilutson of Lexington is visiting her cousin C M Moberley Mr Sam Moford and spent Saturday and Sunday night with Mrs M A Sanders and family Miss Jewell Sanders spent a pleasant week with her cousin Miss Carrie of Jlyattsville MessrsiSewton Will and Edd Grow John Sanders and John Lane and wife and Mesdames Grow Naylor Sanders Lane Misses Mary Grow Pearl and Jewell Sanders spent last Wednesday with J M and J W Sanders Mrs Mattie Robert of Jessamine visited her sister Mrs Peabody Grow last week Mrs Geo McQuerry and Mrs Tilitha Scrivener of Jessamine spent Friday with Mrs Nary Sanders Miss Cordie Walker of JIanly is visiting her sister Mrs Maggie Sanders PllEACHEKSVILLE Mrs Payne who has been sick for some time is some better at this IT Cummins went over to Saturday with a load of cattle for J L Anderson George W King has sold his farm to J II Thompson for 2500 and will move to Texas this fall W A Beazley has sold his farm of 313 acres for 25 per acre cash to Rev Owens of Whitley county G W Evans sold 26 cattle last week for 425 per hundred W II Cummins sold six yearling steers to J M Roberts for 4c J S Pet tus sold 11 to same for 2250 per head A K Walker and W G Gooch bought some nice hogs from J M Cress for seven cents J M Cress sold a saddle horse to Mr Hudson of Louisville for JO Miss Maggie Uoltzclaw and J M were quietly married at the home of the brides mother on the 12th inst by Rev J C Carmichael Eugene Duvall who went to Illinois last spring has returned home J F Cummins and wife of Stanford was visiting home folk Sunday J F Holtzclaw and wife was visiting at Hubble Sunday Mrs James H Tucker was visiting friends here Sun day J S Grimes of Texas who has been visiting his W P Grimes will return home soon Misses and Ella Thompson and Miss Hal lie Brown are visiting relatives at Mt Vernon for a days Mr E Foley is in Williamsburg on business Mr and Mrs George Brown were their mother Mrs Anderson last week Henry Newland and family were visiting George King and family Sunday Lancaster Graded School The eighth session of this institu Mon 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 following rates of tuition which MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE I2aud3 Grades 9 per term of 4 months 4 5 and 6 12 7 to 12 15 JB KINNAIRD WM HERNDON Secretary President Burton Lexington Lancaster lI rs Sehenroth and off SundayBettie family Sanders writing V Cincinnati Sebastian Fannie visiting to- E to h brother few a u n u u r Money For Soldiers Capt C C Calhoun of Lexington was notified by wire that the claims of the Kentucky soldiers who fought in the SpanishAmerican War had been allowed and that it is only now for the reviewing officer to canvass the figures of the Auditors Department Capt Calhoun will go to Washington in a few days and pos sibly will make an appeal to the of the Currency for an increase although the information at hand does not state what amount has been allowed Capt Calhoun is satisfied that the claim is subject to increase and will make a strong effort to secure the full amount due PAINT LICK Mrs C B Engleman has for sale 51 good family mare also a good mill cow will sell cheap Dave Pullins and little daughter of Conway spent a couple ol days last week with relatives here Mrs Guy Rice and children have re turned from a most pleasant visit to Mrs Mary Rice of Winchester Dr C E Poyntz visited friends in Win chester the latter part of the week Mr Caldwell assisted by Miss Lucy Franciscommenced teaching the Hope school last Monday Smith A Engleman is visiting his uncle E W Norris in Richmond this week Charlie Lusk is very sick with fever Miss Ella Smith returned from Lexington Monday having finished her course of studies at Smiths Rev Stergill is holding a meeting at Walnutta this week Miss Jennie Parks gave quite an enjoyable entertainment day night in her guests Misses Pew and Embry A B Ely is in this week Mrs J W Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Mt Vernon Misses Katie and For rest Denton have returned from and are the guests of their Mrs Will Fish STONY POINT Mrs Brunett Kennedy and little son John of Richmond are visiting near here Miss Bettie LThur man visited little MissMillusof Eich mond St Lancaster Miss M Arnold arrived Saturday to spend her vacation at home after a years stay at the Gray St Infirmary Louisville where she has been study ing to lit herself for a trained nurse Willis Kennedy of Richmond came down on his wheel Sunday and spent the day with relatives here Little Master Henry Bascom Bogie the month old son of Mr and Mrs Bogie is thriving and the proud father thinks there was never such a baby Miss Jennie Sullivan of Dan ville is visiting Miss Agnes Donahue The Sunday school and prayer at this place conducted by Mr Jesse Dunn are progressing nicely and have good attendance The school at this place taught by Mrs Amanda Arnold has an of 44 pupils all eager and inter ested There is a great deal of sickness in this neighborhood something like cholera morbus LOWELL J M Metcalfe is building his larger and rebuildingand moving his scales We are mad to see this Death has again visited our place and claimed the little daughter Mary of John and Mattie Ilardwick She died Thursday morning and was buried Friday in Old Paint Lick cemetery Mary was a bright and loveable child and it was hard to give her up but we know she has gone home where there will be no more pain sickness or death The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away blessed be the name of the Lord Mr L H Davis and wife of Grays are visiting friends and relatives in Lowell Mrs Kinnie Holsten of Vii ginia is visiting her and Mr Peter and Will Howe It has been sixteen years since Will saw his sister Mrs J M Meadows returned home a few days ago from Williams burg where she has been visiting her sister who has been quite sick Mrs Rawlston who has been quite sick with rheumatism is some better at this writing John Hardwick and wife extend their heartfelt thanks to theirfriends and neighbors for their services during the sickness in their family May the Lord remember them and bless them Seed Wheat For Sale we have several varieties of seed wheat for sale the that could be obtained we also have a limited quantity of the Syrian Red the most marvelous ever in the United States Also Northern Rye for sale II A B Marksbnry Son necessary Controller spendingGer- trude New J College protracted honorof Conway Lexington sister relatives Katherine Jasper meeting enrollment storeroom improvement father brother bestselectlons grown last Mon S t s t Consumption Threatened I was troubled with a for a year and I thought I had says C Unger 211 Maple St Champaign 111 1 tried a great many remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Honey and Tar me and I have not been troubled since C C J E Stormes The wisest men often make when it comes to matrimonial Look At Her Whence came that sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complexion smiling face She looks good feels kood Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings Xew Life Pills organs active digestion good Caches no chance for blues Try them Only 25e at R E McEoberts Jrug store 1m Borrow little beg less and steal nothing Shatters AH Kecords Twice in hospital F A Gulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doc jrs to cure as severe case of piles coos ing24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflammation conquers Aches kills Pains Best salve in the world 25c at RE McEoberts 1m The most painful climbing of for tunes ladder is done by people who have been at the top and are compell ed to clinch down again 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 A woman either adjusts herself to her surroundings adjusts her to suit herself or gets a A Worm Killer J A J Montgomery Puxico Wayne Co Mo writes I have little twin girls who have been bothered with worms all their lives I tried every thing to relieve them which failed un til I used Whites Cream Vermifuge the 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 reliev ed of four worms It is a most medicine Whites Cream Very mifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards off sickness 25c at R E McEoberts druggist 1m It is easier for a girl to believe she is pretty than it is for her to make other girls believe it It Needs a Tonic There are times when your liver needs a tonic Dont give purgatives that grip and weaken DeWitts Lit tle Early Risers expel all poison from tIle system and act as tonic to the liver W Scott 531 Highland ave Milton Pa says I have carried De Witts Little Early Risers with me for several years and would not be with out them Small and easy to take Purely vegetable They never gripe or distress It is wise to avoid obligations to others and prudent not to hold obli gations against our friends Look Pleasant Please Photographer C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he couldnt because he sullered untold a gong from the worst form of indigest ion All physicians and medicines fail ed 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 Stomach Liver and Kidneys they build up and give new life to the whole system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed by R E McEob erts druggist 1m Money sometimes makes the mare go in the alsoran class Fruit is considered wholesome but a banana peel will upset almost any mans stomach To 1y Friends It is with joy I tell you what Kokol did for me I was troubled with my stomach for several months Upon 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 the digestive or gans Kodol the great reconstructive tonic cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Kodol digests good food ydu eat Take a dose otter meals 1m cough consumption Foleys Itcured mistakes transactionsJust Resultall no head I u drug store excellent n itGeo any macking C surroundings divorce being The season has arrived for Painting and Papering rr 1 S Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I J s A g C j Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store We are now located On Danville Street Opposite Thompson Jewelry Store ALL GOODS BY THE FIRE WERE I We will continue as before to handle only the best at the lowest I Make our store your headquarters We will appreciate your comingA X Telephone us your order and we will deliver It x promptly and appreciate your favor Erisbies Drug1 Store O Oi O Or O O OS on aice bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions jg Unnat ural agitation caused compels continual and increasing doses to 0S 1 attain results I constipation 0 by agitating the the liver acts r liver cures t lulls and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE C O ROUTE POPULAR EXCURSIONS OLD POINT COMFORT 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 Oflice Phoenix Hotel 13DQ ROUND TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A S u 1 E S n U pn tJ DESTROYED BY US 9 o o Q prices 0 0 0 0 1 o 1 tT lure e 0fl AND S OGOOOOO OGOOOGO O O O O O O O iOG000 4H A 0 0 7 a9rr t I 0 0 A 0 0 Q 0 Q 0 o oco o oco 0a o o Po t 1 IeI Inter- mitting TO- t G LOCAL TIMETABLES I Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 A M Xorthbnd Mixed 3sSp Northbud Pnswgr 211 A M Southbnd 12511 A to to South bnd x M Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS we have ever shown I 5 S Queen Crescent Time Card Q C PASSES DAXVI LLE NORTH BOUND nmNumberNumber 4 Dally Does Not Number atop when Hugged 4l4j m Number dosent stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City nt 4 l nm SOUTH BOUND ANumber 1 when tinged lluNumbers Daily ltliam pmNumber nm am STUDEBAKER WAGON H WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer 6 Garrard County Each dollar paid for K F POSTLES Harchvrrc store gives one a vote Get friends to help yon or help some HI friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES u d P 1 iU 4 Ji I J yC r7t t iitiil tittn 1 4 CON EST t I ffi of I good- sI I E I ti u ota 25 1 11 Dunn 22 E II Walker 21 Fox 20 J B Uobinsuii 1 1 F White John Ijourne 1 Frank Tierce 1 W It Cook 1 A K Walker 1 Kobt Kurton TCGulloy 13 Andrew Thompson Ikc Arnold J2 I II C Il H C Arnold J 17 Parks 1 1 Ruble 12 1 Y Robi nson 11 Lewis Thompson 10 W II Denny 10 J A Sanders Brcclc Wooer A 1 Ford 3 1 David Ross 1 R M West 1 JIGullcy 1 Wm Ray 1 J I Hamilton 1 J n 2 B n E B Sutton T S Rohinson A R Denny Counting t Uobt Kinnard J Com tee 4-M About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Miss Alberta Hilton is the Brodhead fair W 0 Bradley of Louisville was here Sunday and Monday Miss Buelah Grimes has been Miss Sallie Lou Myers Kirk Kirby who is at work at Law renceburg was here Sunday Mr Hiker of Harrodsburg is with his friend Mr Lewis Gill Bessie and Mary Kate Singleton are visiting relatives in Stanford Miss Hattie Robertson of Cynthi nna is visiting relatives here Miss Dove Harris has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Susie Hatcher has accepted a position with the Logan Dry Goods Co Mr and Mrs James Y Currey left Monday for their home in Xcw York Miss Fannie Doty has returned from it delightful visit to friends in Millers burgCharlie Collier of Cincinnati is his parents Mr and Mrs James Collier Mr Homer Ralson of the Louisville bar is with his father Mr H 11 Batson Capt Herndon and Mr George Pat terson have been to Corbin on a busi ness trip Charlie Walker of the Ellen Xwas with his mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Sunday Miss Lena Gordon Tillett of COy ington is expected this week to visit friends Mrs Rosa Drown Crow of Louisville is the guest of her mothcrMrsBreath itt Brown Mr and Mrs Williams of Campbclls ville are guests of their son Mr W I Williams Little Miss Gladys Mae Frisbic is with her grand parents Mr and Mrs J W Miller V Mrs W 1C Sliugars has gone to Mc Kinney to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Tanner Miss Louise Farris left Monday to visit her sister Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico Tenn Rev Hendrickson and wife of Lou isville are guests of Rev J E Wolford and family of Stanford is with her I am making a Great Cut on ill order to maIm room Fall Goods I am now selling regardless of cost U ffl Ballon j I Gossip I PeoDle eee 1 r Miss Sacray t I fort J l l l L t F attending visiting I visiting 7 r L tH 1 sisterMrs Douglas Mcrritt who con tinues very ill Miss Bristow of Covington is this week to visit her cousin Miss Sallie Tillett Miss Theo Ilemphill has returned from a pleasant visit to Estill Springs and Nicholasville- Mr Guy Fish of California has been the guest of Misses Rella AI and Mary Arnold Mr and Mrs Fisher Gaincs of Dan ville were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Theodore Currey Miss Bertha Burnsidc has returned from a pleasant visit to Dunlap of Lexington- Mr and Mrs James Beazley are re ceiving congratulations over the arri val of a little daughter The many friends of Mr Sam arc rejoiced to hear of the im provement in his illness Mrs J Roe Young and children of Chicago are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Misses Margaret Tomlinson and Christine Bradley are spending sever al days at Dripping Springs Misses Pauline and Margaret Hock er of Stanford are guests of their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Mr Millard West arrived fromWash ington Saturday and is the guest of his mother Mrs Jennie West Messrs Robert Davidson and Frank Marksbury spent Saturday and at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs J W Miller has returned from several days visit to her daughter Mrs R E IlHghes of Louisville Master J C Ilemphill has been ill for several days but the handsome little gentleman is much better Mr Randolph Harris of Lincoln was here Saturday and Sunday with his parents Mr and W Harris Mrs Belle Burnside and daughter Miss Willie Belle have returned from a months visit to relatives in Monti celloMrs Walter Greening of Iluston ville has been here for a few days with her husband who is in business hereMisses Hackney of London and Stella Brown of Danville helve been visiting the family of Mr Richard G Ward Misses Mahoney Cooney and Cow ley of Louisville and Jane Sullivan of Danville are visiting Miss Agnes Donahue Mrs Wm Marrs who has been the guest of her parents Mr John Ander son and wife left Tuesday Tenn Mrs A II Rice after spending the summer with her parents Mr II A B lIarksbury and wife left Tuesday for her home in Nashville Tenn Mrs George D Robinson and chil dren of Lincoln county who have been visiting her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker have returned to their home Mr and Mrs Arch McKinney of Stanford have taken rooms with Mrs Dr Walters Lexington avenue Mr McKinney is gauger at the Pilgrimage distillery Mesdames Wm Lear W T West of Lancaster and Eliza Ballard o Bryantsville were guests of honor at an elegantdining given by Mrs Tucker of Lexington during the fair now many ladies will give five dol lars each toward buying the chairs and scenery for the new Opera House The new building will be much finer than the burned one and its going to take dough to build it Invitations have been received by friends here to a lawn fete to be given by Miss Paulyne Arnold of Jellico Tenn in honor of Miss Louise Farris of this place and Mrs Dolph Rice of Danville onThursday evening Aug21 Dripping Springs has proved a most popular resort this season and Mrs Rothwell has had all she could well take care of most of the time Every body knows bow well she feeds and its worth driving up there to get one her bountiful meals She certainly knows how to take care of guests and if you go there you will enjoy the visit lie Miss Gera E for Knoxville r expected Duncan Sunday Mrs Mr 1 C Robinsont siu the west on businessErnest G Brown went to Louisville Wednesday on a business trip Rev Charles and little Julia of Middlesboro are with Mrs Mary Reid Mr Jno T Johnston who has been in the revenue service in Michigan has returned home Judge George Denny and handsome daughter Miss Massie of Lexington are spending a few days with friends in Lancaster and the county ADDITIONAL LOCAL A Sensible Judge Judge Sidener of St Louis defends the rights of a do in the following opinionAny dog has a legal and undenia ble right to bite a man woman or child who purposely and with malic ious intent to disturb said dogs peace and trarfliuility of mind does attach or cause to be attached to said dogs tail a tin can or other weight which will impede the progress of said ani mals A dog which bites its persecu tor in such a case is acting purely and honestly in selfdefense and is justly immune from punishment as the man who strikes a burglar in defense of his own life and welfare Xews AIIICII antI AIIICII People kiss their dead who never stop to kiss their living They hover over caskets with hysterical sobs but fail to throw the wealth of affection about those loved ones who are the stern battles of life says the Jessamine Journal How we permit the opportunities for car rying sunshine into the lives of those we love to pass by A word of cheer to a struggling soul in life is worth than all the roses in Christen dom piled high on casket covers The dead cannot smell the fragrance of the flowers but the living can them broadcast in their pathway therefore and pluck out the thorns A welcomesmilea cherry well done an affectionate look will cause a rift to break in the lowering clouds and permit the sunshine of life to gladden the passing days of those we love Will Address the Typos ExrGovernor William O Bradley was invited by the Blue Grass Typo grayhical Union of this city to deliv er an address on the occasion of the Labor Day celebration here Septem her 1 has accepted the invitation and will be one of the speakers of the day Governor Beckham being the other Governor Bradley is one of the most entertaining and pleasing speakers in the State and being a close and observer of the signs of the times is an ideal speaker for such an occa sion The local organization is proud of Gov Bradleys acceptance of the in vitation and openly boast that with both Governor and former Governor of the State both representing the divergent political wings of the two great parties of the State that the oratorical program will be one of suffi cient diversity to please Leader AVliy Country Get Elclt The man who penned this current piece of history knows what he is talking about The Monoa Index says truthfully After a great deal of study and worry we have at last llgured out why so many country rich Here is the secret of their success A child is born in the neighborhood the attending gets HO the editor gives the loudlung youngster and the happy parents a send off and gets 0 It is christened and the minister gets 5 and the editor gets 00 It grows up and marries the editor publishes an other longwinded flowery article and tells a dozen lies about the beautiful and accomplished bride The gets 10 and a piece of cake and the editor gets 000 In the course of time it dies ana the doctor gets from 8f to 100 the minister perhaps gets another live the undertaker gets from 50 to 100 the editor publishes notice of the death and obituary two columns long lodge and society a lot of poetry and a free card of thanks and gets 0000 No wonder so many editors get rich MA11KSBDRY Mrs John Simpson and daughter Miss Lula are visiting relatives at Stanford Misses Sue Sutton and Jennie Pollard visited Mrs J T Cecil at Danville Wednesday Mrs M F Rout has been quite sick for several days The following persons the Lexington Fair Mr N II Bogie and wife Messrs M F Rout Robert Fox A D Hughes and M G Aldridge and son Mr and Mrs James I Ben Hughes wife and babyand Joshua Sutton and family of Lancas ter spent Sunday with Mrs Margaret Sutton The All Stars bass ball team of Marksbury played the wild Cats of Bourne Saturday evening beating them badly The scorewas three to one in favor of the All Stars A little son and daughter came to the home of Mr and Mrs Geo on the 17th Mrs Margaret Sutton has about recovered from her recent illness Mrs Harry Aldridge and daughter Pearl were in Danville shopping last Tuesday Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you Kodol Dyspepsia Curd what Reid Democrat store careful allLexingt- on editorsget physician resolutions attended Hamilton Huffman oats 1 Di r daughter fighting unheeding- ly Scatter Editors minister tb you iSIS Court In Socloii The August term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday with His Honor Judge M C Saufley on the bench The instructions to the grand jury touched upon the different offen ses so common now days and the of the jury was called to its duties Commonwealths Attorney John Sam Owsley was on hand and as usual was putting forth his best efforts to bring evildoers to justice The court is a three weeks term is the GUAXI JURY Jim Jones Win Baughm R G Ward J L McCarley B Brown Jr T J Hatcher C Hendrickson G II Lane John J W Wallace Phil Terrill T JHenry IKTTIT JURY John D Hardin J W Sweeney T Y Hudson J S Robinson- A Balling Woods Walker- J W Elmore Wm Royston- M D Hughes John Davis P Cox J S Cox Jesse Doty John E Anderson- C W FrIsbie Frank Holtzclaw- W C Anderson Bobt Bettis T L Broaddus T A Elkin John Woods John Onstott Wm Simpson Lige Ray A big batch of 2x4 cases have been disposed of and if we were to name them you wouldnt know who they were Pistol carriers whisky sellers and other such trash have caught it in the neck and the juries are doing no ble work by sticking a good stiff tine whenever the law and facts justify As we go to press no civil cases have been disposed of OIIITlAKY Paul Wilson Hughes the infant son of Mr and Mrs R E Hughes died in Louisville August 13th aged live days Mr and Mrs J W Miller pa rents of Mrs Hughes and Mr Paul Miller her brother attended his bed side and brought the remains to this city interment taking place in Cemetery after appropriate reading amid prayer at the grave by Rev C M Chumbley pastor of the Presbyterian church The song ser vice pure in sentiment and very impressive while the prcfuse floral offerings by relatives and friends of the family were emblematic of the spirits entrance into that better land The birth had brought joy bright hope and fond anticipation into households and before life had fairly begun the pure and sinless spirit was called to the abode of saints While we bow in humble submission at the result knowing that his lot is better than ours we are constrained to this disolution so long before the three score and ten years allotted to man Before the flower blooms it is destroyed by the icy touch of frost and life ceases before it is a a fixture in the flesh The assertion that such a death is directly decreed by a wise and just God is not univer sally accepted By sin death entered into the world and it is wicked to say that God brought sin into the world It is enough for us to look through our tears at the uncertainty of life and learn to forsake the worship of earthly objects preparing the soul for a blessed eternal existence with those who have gone before All that is good comes of God all that is evil comes of mans destroyer Many hearts are deeply touched by this untimely death and they extend sincere condolence to the bereaved fa timer ancTmother Let his bright face serve as a beacon to lure us to good and noble deeds A bright ray of celestial light In their home was momentarily shed Born liven awhile and tool its flight To Heaven on snowy wings it tied TTTTT Business and Bargains Tulips Lillies Fresias Oxalis and plants for winter bloomingFannie Bishop See the fancy hose at Josephs VI For cow fresh third calf Good milker R E McRoberts and gloves at Josephs Silk Mull for dresses at Josephs Newstock of late books at Thomp New line of summer dimmities at Josephs v All 3 X See the dotted swiss curtains and lace curtains at Josephs fHouse cleaners can needed at Frisbies drug We pay the highest price for produce either in cash or groce ries Currey Davidson Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts Buy International Stock and Poul try food to keep your stock in good condition Sold only by Currey Da vidson Lawns Swiss Organdies in white for graduation dresses at Josephs We sell the best and freshest groce ries at the lowest prices Try us and see if we dont Currey Davidson For the convenience of the I will keep a supply of postage on hand and will be glad to favor you at the Racket Store See R M West and get the only Hemp Reaper It does the work well and at small cost July 24tf I attention Layton Formn Lancaster was askwhy t t t t t i i Bulbs SaleJersey Lace mits son the tFrisbies drug store eY country Following several store public- S g Well well well We still sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shud del Come in and we will shoWyou J Joseph FOR SALE ou RENT My farm in Pollys Mend in lower Garrard county Terms of sale to suit purchaser terms of rent viz cash or its equivalent 21 2t Jas L McMurtry Notice 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 flourish 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 Special prices for cash on coal in the bulk at the old reliable Leavel and W P Walden We will fill your coal house with the best coal cheaper than any otherdealer in town Try us and we will please you W P Walden Co at Leavells coal yard For rent house with ten rooms for H05onDan ville street near thesquare suitable for boarding house Also three hundred and sixtysix acres of land near the town of Lancaster 212t Apply to Jno M Orand AVauted Situation As housekeeper by a middleaged widow a good cook and neat house keeper for a widower or a small fami ly Address Mrs B Long General Delivery Columbus Ohio It 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 Quick sales small profits and prompt delivery from W P Walden Cos coal yard For Cash Best and cheapest coal at W P Wal den Co at Leavells coal yard Have your house papered by an ex perienced paper hanger Best class work guaranteed prices Call or address The Racket Store On September 3rd and 4th I will have an experienced cutter at my place full line of samples of time latest and most approved designs in Woolens for fall and winter wear at very low prices ranging from to Hold your ordersJ C Hemphill To Taxpayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my ollice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it oil Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Nice Shop- I am now fixed up over Ilaseldens 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 House for Kent We desire to rent the house and lot on Lexington street belowDr Actons and will give possession at once R Zimmer a17tf Get The Racket Stores prices on wall paper When you wish to buy Furniture Carpets and Rugs Wallpaper Shades etc go to Withers Furniture Co Stanford Ky Their large assort stock is continually changing af fording you a better selection reliable prices reasonable Moleskin pants 50c at Racket Store We are the people if you want the best goods for the least monev Our long stay in Lancaster is proof suffi cient that we deal on the square and treat all alike J Joseph A box of writing paper and envel only 5c at Racket Store To Tax Payer City taxes for 1902 are now due We need the money so please call andset tie I can be found at J M Rothwells otllce S D Rothwell M C L 814 tf Our stock of slippers and shoes can not be surpassed We can give you the best the market affords for less money than competitors blow about J Joseph Dr Hobson will not be in Lancaster until the second Monday in September on account of press of business at home We do not shove x 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 J Joseph R M West is agent for the celebra ted Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market July 24tf Dont forget that we have the old Hickory wagon always on hand as well as all kinds of and har ness Romans Elmore You should see our line of parasols They are the prettiest most ever shown in Lancaster test shades For Sale Foundation rock plue Limestone the very best quality any thickness B L Elkin tf are coal oUice ST For Cash Watt witha 10 35 tf th Gods lopes Town I f All the la J reasonable v vehicles S fiJose t CLEARING OUT PRICES ON LOW SHOES Colonials Sandals Blucher Ties Oxfords Theos and Fedoras Theyre all going at prices cut in half PETERS make every one of them Theyre just as good shoes to lay as they month ago just as swell just as snappy just as dainty just as desirable The only difference is that if we duns 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 I We Can Supply Your Every Want were a tt tt ttttttt S Rakes Harrows t Binders Mowers Plows t 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 SON Successors to J M Ilieginbothani t l t i t 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy ply seam Sold by up to date merchants everywhere any quarter collar made Merchants should our 1902 offer t or 2 samples sent prepaid for 2S cents They for Cents 5 equal t 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 Public Square Lancaster Ky MODERN PHOTOGRAPHS The Fox Shdic If You Are Going North If You Are Going South if You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS TNK J VIA LeUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R r AN The Maximum of Safety AtKCl The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information will be cheerfully furnished by P ATMORC rTT1 XACXBVHXK Strayed or Stoles Black Poland China Boar weight about 200 lbs with four white feet white on end of tail white July 7 was not marked Any one delivering same to me will receive a reward of 500 B Ramsey Lick t G facelost- on JrPaint july 31Gt s au 6 DR ft 01 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OF r1 VERANDA HOTEL Stanford Ivy Wednesday and Thursday Sep 10 and 11 GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Monday and Tuesday Sep 14th 15th 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 MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Or Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By Other Throat And Lung Combined This wonderful medicine positive Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippc Hoarseness Sore Croup and Whooping Cough v no NO PAY Pxica 50c 1 Trial Bottle FOR cures Consumption Coughs Colds CURE 8 Freer AN OLD SORE Friend Is the only liniment thatWill make the usually issueand leave the health and the motherWith all her and symmetry unmarredf druggists 100 book Motherhood walled tree bTHE IRADFELD REGULATOR CO 5i Mothers P GA- r 1l Will sour the sweetest disposition and transform the most even tempered lov able nature into n crossgrained and irritable individual If impatience or faultfinding arc ever excusable it is when the hOtly is tortured by an eating and painful sore It is truly discouraging to find after months of diligent use remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever Every chronic sore no matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of some previous constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases remain in the system or itntay be that some long hidden Cancer has come to the surface and begun its destructive work The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with flesh and the skin regains its color It is through the circulation that the acrid corroding fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed S S S will purify and invigorate the stagnant blood when all Sediment or other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood carried to the diseased parts stew tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a natural look the discharge ceases and the sore heals purifierSeveralvero soro leg and was treated ujr tiie physicians but received 110 benefit table It builds up the blood and Our druggist advised her to try s s s tones up the general system as no which sho did Fourteen bottles cured other medicine does If you liar a sore of any kind write us and get Cohoes N Y the advice of experienced and skilled physicians for which no charge is made Book on Blood and Skin Diseases e THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Gm and faithful of external remedies that the place poisonperhaps 11 at11 ra I is Lest and she leas boon woll over since have J R MAROLD 22 Canal St Ir healthy j r For the Farmer I HousewiFe I Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc I I ra er and For extra nice stock hogs weight about 150 G A Ballard Wal laccton Ky a7tf EP W Ray of Lexington recently sold the road mare Indian Queen to George II Whitney for 1000 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 lie is about years old and weighs about 1000 pounds cponiuck Miller Richmond street one mile from town Do not be tempted by a price a lit tle more than the usual figure and sell the best cockerels and pulletsfor they are the ones that should be retained to perpetuate the practical or utility points of the Hock By following this plan one can build up and improve a Hock I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion Lee of Dunfeeth Ind I tried eight physicians without re lief Only three bottles of Kidney Cure made me a well man C C J E Stormes 1m Texas leads the states in the num her of farms But only a little over 15 per cent of the farm land in Texas is improved and the value of the in Texas is less than in Pennsyl vania Ohio New York Missouri Iowa or being 10247027 Kentucky is credited with 231G 7 farms valued at 471045850 Foleys Kidney Cure is a medicine free from poisons and will cure any case of kidney disease that is not tile reach of medicine C C J E atomics 1m The live stock tarm lands of the country are put down at a value 87505284 273 or more than 3G per ct of the whole The hay and grain lands fi37J548543 or 31 per cent of the whole dairy produce over 8 cotton over 5 per cent There is 512 coffee farms in the country at 1932915 The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The raising of poultry is a business that has not yet received from the public the attention that it deserves every branch of trade is over stocked with workmen clerking and the other higher are paying small salaries and even if there was room for all to these occupations how many to save anything over actual ex penses The business of poultry raising opens a promising field for all who possess industry ambition and a little capital to commence with The cost of raising chickens and ducks is very small compared with the high prices they always command Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for its cures It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The peach crop in Southern Missou ri this year breaks all records On one peach farm that of St Elmthere will be employed 3600 pickers and has 137000 trees which will yield WOMANI HER CARE AND HAPPINESS thosethousandsobject in a for mothers is and virtue qualifications impos sible ID find in internal doses made nastyinjurious and stimulating drugs MOTHERS FRIEND a liniment rubbed in with the hands and refreshing a balm for the nerves a the cords holding the heavy making them elastic thereby permittingease expansion as grows to2 e a live j e Sale50 Foley s farmland percent Nearly industries sever did women accept the truth of lI Is tissuesandan Invigorator the f ti Illinois beyond i o valued Bookkeeping follow arable H pcctantt Lurden about five bushels to the tree this year 25000 worth of box material has been purchased to pack the crop The picking season began the 20th of July and it is said that 800 cars of peaches will be shipped from this one farm alone and the crop is already sold before shipment Joel parsec has bought the old Me Carley farm on Crab Orchard pike 121 acres at 2tSOO He will move there soonFor Sale IS good stock ewes and two Southdown bucks These are good sheep and paid me 225 this year will sell at a bargain if taken at once J W Elmore Lancaster Ky For Sale Six Southdown bucks W L Lawson Lancaster There arc many who make a of the poultry business the year round having all the modern come niences to expedite the work and where properly conducted get results but it requires skill and experience when conducted on a large scale But by far the most of this work is attended to on the and here it may be made with reasonable effort a useful and profitable adjunct to the other branches of fanning A correspondent asks how to make a good cement floor for stables pens etc In making such a floor dig away the earth live inches in depth and fill in about 4 inches of this with broken stone as in preparing for macadamizing a road Mix the with sand and water so that it will be quite thin and will run easily Let it fill all the openings and coyer all the stones Allow this to set Then give the whole a coating with a trowel the same as in cementing a cis tern using one part of cement to three quarts of good sand A hour built this manner will last indefinitely if the cement used is firstclass Feeding fowls in summer requires careful judgment For this reason fowls and chicks should not be allow ed to run together During hot where fowls have a good range and such generall affords a good sup A YOUXG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia l y Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llemctly Dr Chas IT Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia in recent letter states Last March 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 Her parents were sure she would die had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed What to do at critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected With in eight hours she was feeling much better inside of three days she was upon her feet and at the end 61 one week was entirely well For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m ply of insect and pasture food very little grain food will be needed fed too muck in the morning fowls will become lazy and will not do foraging especially if they are given a noonday feed The total sales of leaf tobacco the Louisville market from Jan 1st to July 31 1902 were 113899 hhds against 115159 hhds sold during period of last year The rejections from Jan 1st to July 31 1902 were 23937 hhds against 2157 buds rejected during corresponding period of last year Of the total sales this year 85715 hhds were Burlev and 20184 hhds were dark tobacco Up to close of July this year we had sold 103823 hhds of the 1901 crop against 125336 hhds of 1900 crop sold up to close of July last year Total receipts at this market from Jan 1st to July 31 1902 were 88926 hhds against 93568 hhds received during corresponding peered of last year stocks held at the Louisville on July 31 1902 were 19298 hhds against 16533 hhds held on date of last year Stocks at this market during July 3 532 hhds Missouri and Kansas never had such bright outlooks for corn There is scarcely a disappointment in the two states The acreage is great the yield indications heavy and the mark ets good The world is short on corn assuring a fair price even if the corn crop all over the United States should turn out to be heavy The growing is three weeks earlier than ever known here Much of it is in and tassel already If there is I specialty excellent form livestock cement weather as- a n corresponding corresponding increased i Sl th I an 0 Total market 5 not another drop of falls crop will conic out all right if the prevail fun rains continue it will eclipse all former years A from now on would not parch the ground for the unprecedented moisture has soaked the ground to a great depth and the well grown with their olive green leaves are sins dingthe MoFire side Guard letter Prepared Alex Miller the hustling bus man has had his large glass front carriage overhauled and painted and it is now ono of the best in the state He will call at your residence day or night and take you to the trains or you wish to go lie has a telephone so call him when you want to go any wish to go His prices are exceedingly reasonable lie has a telephone so call him when you want to go anywhere and you are sure to be there on time and ride in a handsome and comfortable vehicle At Head of LIt Kentucky produces more tobacco than any other State in the Union There are 234067 farms of which 85 made tobacco reports They com prise 384805 acres and produce 314 288050 pounds valued at 18541892 which was per cent of the pro duction of the entire country in 1899 when the census was taken The av erage yield per acre as 817 pounds or 4819 The total production of the United States was 868275 pounds at 50993003003 North Caroli na and Virginia follow Kentucky in rank A Good Answer Tm RKCOKDS good friend Millard Rout who is one of Garrards best and most prominent farmers was bringing a mower along the road near the Fork church last week when the machine broke lie was vainly en deavoring to patch it up when a dude in his automobile came along and stopped to see what the farmer was doing Mr Rout had never seen an automobile and the city dude was equally ignorant about the mower Mr Rout said Whats that darn ed thing An automobile replied the dude who asked in turn Whats that machine Its an oughtto mowhay but it dont replied Mr Rout Teacher ItcolutioiiN 1st Resolved that in these open ing years of the 20th Century it be the institute that we the teachers put forth determined and added effort to make ourselves able to do well the broader work which the deeper scholarship and in telligence of the time will inevetably demand 2nd Resolved That we deplore lack of interest manifested by the majority of the citizens and thank those who have attended for their interest and sympathy for our work lid Resolved That it be rigidly required of all the teachers to attend and make interesting all county asso ciations or else that these associations be abolished 4th Resolved That we thank the choir organist and who have assisted us and invite them to be with us again 5th Resolved That the character of the instructions given oy Prof White merit our hearty approbation Gth Resolved That while the sig nal and persistent sacrifice of time to the success of the institute by the County Superintendent is tangible proof of the interest felt in our work call attention to her unceasing ef forts in every direction to make easier of higher grade the work done for our people through the schools under her supervision We approve the open ing of her second administration as we did the first in its entirety 7th Resolved That these resolu tions be presented to THE CENTUAL RECORD for publication S S Goodloe 1 A V Walker M WLeavell G W Gains j Aug 16 1902 M W Leaven You get true weights and measure at Currey Davidsons All kind of fancy trimmings for spring and summer gowns at Josephs Closing out our stock of Hammocks at cost Thompson The place for bargains is the Racket Store I will be in Lancaster on August 25 to buy mule and horse colts yearling mules and broke mules W C Terhune We have a new lot of harness and vehicles and a good assortment of Old Hickory wagons Romans El more If you want the most stylish dress Weput off no old stock on you Photograph I located at the old Seminary property on depot street prepared to make firstclass photographsW sAllestate of Root E Austin decd will present same properly proved on or before Sept 1 1902 J M Duncan Admr or J E Robinson Atty Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you sat the d rout Ii stalls burdened broadlong groundCentralia anywhere where you 4 25 the senttiment of then withI Iewe isand Com tee Sects heaping- y gotoam SI lain valued eC Wanted Oniuk Koliei lor Asthma SilfT TCr i Foleys Honey and Tar affords relief to asthma sufferers in tlfi worst stages and ir taken in t will elTocL a cure J C J E Stormes Disappointment is an appointment few care to keep Henry L Shattuck of Shellsburg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he alllicted 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 1m When times are dull the sharp man will cut anything rather than his advertising Ills Sight Threatened While picnicking last month my 11 yearold boy was poisoned by some weed or plant says W II Dibble of Sioux City la He rubbed the poison oft his hands into his eyes and for a while we were afraid he would lose his sight Finally neighbor 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 Somehow wild oats always seems to fall on the most fertile soil A Cure for lufuntum Last slay 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 botte of Chamberlains Colic 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 1m Splendid Blue Grass Farm AT PUBLIC SALE Thursday Sept 11th I will otter nt public sale my finely improved blue grins farm of 250 acres in West Lincoln County Ky about 2 miles east of Huston l 1 mile West of McKinney on C S railroad Hustonville and McKinncy turnpike tunning along side of farm This farm and improvements is one of the most beautiful and desirable places in Lincoln County Duelling is a modern brick and frame metal roof con taming 9 rooms with varanda halls porches etc Outbuildings include two splendid now stock barns with 11 box stills and shed room for 100 cattle good tenant house of 5 rooms crib ice meat coal and poultry houses cistern at kitchen door Grape arbor and fine never foiling orchard of choice apple trees of apples in it this year This farm has un abundance of never falling water in rock walled ponds About 150 acres in blue grass f0 in timothy and 50 in stubble and corn Large part of lund is good hemp and tobucco laud large sugar tree woodland Everytniug vided Into 2 farms Convenient Payments will be libcralruniiing 1 or5 years if desired Immediate possession if desired At same tinge and place will sell 117 acres tim her land lying 2 miles south of McKiuueyalo 2 mare mules I grade short horn cows and calves nice hull about 200 high grade ewes with shouthdown bucks 40 nice shoats 200 bur corn to be put in shock general line of farming implements bees etc Any one desiring to look at farm call on me at Danville or my son on promises Sale to hegiirnt 930 T D ENGLISH Auctioneer All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold from Bronchitis writes J II Johnston of Broughton Ga 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 is the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for Threat and Lung Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drugs store 1m The man who invented the calendar clock was up to date and Druggists Ford and Sturgeon a prominent drug firm at Rocky TIm Station Kywrite We were requested by Dr G B Snig ley to send for Ilerbine for the benefit of our customers We ordered three dozen in December and we are glad to say Heroine 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 Ilerbine 50c bot tle at R E McRoberts druggist 1m Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the digestive or It is the latest ant and tonic No other approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache GastralglaCrampsand allotherresults of Large sirecontain mall size Prepared to E C OtWITT 4CO CblCQf a I immediate I had been Cholera Cholera ON seerSshipping rels of A D S JOIISTOE misery that of diseases tel KodolDyspepsia recons preparation- can Prlce5Oc and It time Book t T CIA S business recommended villa pans piety 31 i Phs alcian satisfaction dyspepsia mailedf reS n i jF g General Wews Notes i Most Important Events of the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Mrs Mary Bell died in Casey county at the age of 105 years The Elks convention decided to have no more street fairs after 1903 The International Typographical Union defeated a proposition to bar married women from membership next convention will oe held in WashingtonAlleged of Benjamin franklin have filed claims for money gave away in several Massachusetts for printers and others shortly before his death The State Prison Commissioner awarded a contract for the labor of fifty convicts at the Eddyville to a Louisville company at fifty cents a day for the labor of each prisoner Mr and Mrs Charles Fair Ameri cans related to Mrs W K Vanderbilt were crushed to death near Paris by their automobile swerving and crash ing into a tree Their chaffeur insane as a result of the shock An advance of 20 per cent in the price of farm wagons may result from a meeting of the National Wagonma kers Association held on Lookout Mountain yesterday Manufacturers claim that raw material has advanced that much The Good Roads Convention at fixed upon Cynthiana as the next place of meeting Among the changes desired in legislation was the following That all wagons traveling the county roads should be limited as to the weight of the load according to the size of the tire that a wagon with a two inch tire should not contain over two tons that a wagon with a two and a quarterinch tire should not contain over two and onehalf tons that a wagon with a two and a half inch tire should not contain over 3 tons that a wagon containing four tons or over shall have a three inch tire That a Supervisor of Roads should be elected by the Magistrates of each county that all county pris oners sentenced for one year or less be compelled to work on the city roads Watch for a Chill However slight at this time of year and in this climate it is the forerun ner of malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comes before the chill Ilerbine by its 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 fi 6 January The he towns became Lexington prompt stimulathe r penitentiary FAVORITE 1IERCES RESCRIPTION FOR WEAKIHOMEN 3 IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR TO US We 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 partment being under the sole charge of ladies Danville Steam Laundry SMITH CURREY Agents Lancaster Ky t Good Business Stand FOR SALE Having descided to retire from the merchan tile business on account of failing health we will offer at private sale our stock of General In the town of Bryantsville Ky Said stock is in good condition and consists of about Five thousand dollars worth of good mcrchantile goods Will also sell our store house and lot of a bout one acre of land said stoorc room is 2G x 102 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 i 0 x GO feet a good stable and Buggy house n large deep Cistern coal house Poultry house and Pens and any one wishes to engage in the Mercban tile buslnes hi 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 portanceWill sell two good dwelling houses in town 1st with one half acre lot with a six room dwelling in good repay and stable on lot 2nd with one acre lot New Dwelling 9 rooms good dry cellar a good cistern with pump 011 poarch at kitchen door The most convenieu house in the county and just one ago Also meathouse Poultryhouse and other necessary out buildings For terms and furthes particulars address J X DUNN Co Aug 12 02 Bryantsville Ky IUNBRY fORK 3m Jerchall Use I I I etc- H I I I l fi U de- l G5 completed r It used to be thought that rheumatism was a disease of the bones Now we know that it is a diseaseof the blood If rheu matism is to be cured it must be cured through the blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures rheumatism be cause it purifies the blood from clogging and corrupting sub stances It removes the cause of disease Its effects are the same when the impure blood causes pimply eruptions boils sores etc By its perfect puri fication of the blood Golden Medical Discovery removes the cause of disease and gives the smooth clear skin which belongs with good health I cannot praise your medicine too highly Mr Janice E ton of Sharpsburg Washington Co Mil I was in Balti more and had rheumatism for three months couldnt walk at all I tried the best doctors I could get but they did me no good I took three bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis it cured me sound Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 2 1 one cent stamps for the book in pa per covers or 31 stamps for the volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenucky ft I l ij k IJ I I I n tt tt coveryand U That Smooth 53 V s CdLtJi tit do clothbound 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 t19ttm KiNfi AetnaQueen Palatine i National Hartford Coniieticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool A London Globe North British 31ercliantile R INSURANCE Aetna Lift Ins Go llaEforLCMll alllal S 9f T LEWIS Y LEAVELL President Vice ORGANIZED 1883 I The 6IT1ZENS NATIONAL BANKS f Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS SIBOOO B F HUDSOX Cashier W O RIONEV Asst Cashr C D WATKBIC Bnokkw er g Business Solicited Prompt and GareFul Attention X DIRECTORS X Lewis Y Leaved J S Robinson B F Hudson g J J Walker T M Arnold S S 3 S 4x 2 5 S Si 2 53 3 3ji t1 NX r H r w J s rom Pres t a 0 vKiv iR v ux a TO POULTRY RAISERS Use ROYAL IOULTKY MIXTTRKi gear anteed cure for Cholera and Kunp a won dvrfiil egg producer ROYAL LiE KILLER the greatest iiiaevt destroyer known Try them the test Agents Cull on or address Arie Smith General Agent Lan caster Ky T VIm S BEAZLEY DENTISTt i i r Ollico over Dr Kimmint opo site Irvdbytvrian ohtirih Danville street Jm E ROBINSON Attorney At LITT KT Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages and That W L cSTlm wanted t O S O S S 2 O 2 O O S S The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOIN E STOKUES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier 0 Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 0 tDIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W n Kinnaird OO O O O O 3 x Come To Us FOR Correct Styles Handsome Patterns a n d LOW PRICESO- ur Stock is Complete and of Latest Creations Line of fine CORSETS for SALE at COST SALLIE D TILLETT O 00000 O I493 o 0 o 0 J F 6 2 0 8 ilJ8Ii11 l j 8 m e o o a Op 0 o O a Op w O p 0 8 000 OASO I I 0