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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a Ji ltEI J0 TRA L 1LJno RDdJ IrIRTEEtTIl rE Ul LlNClsrrER KYrrIIURSDl YliUG 28 1902 1 NL4 Arrrn1 R THEliE IS MONEY HAY BALING LIGHTNING HayPresses Arc sold by us on easy terms fourpay nieut contract know of parties who are clearing from two s to three hundred dol 0 lars in one season 0 3 5 v Q 6 ovo O o o U o o o o 6J7o o g U 0 1 o e o o 0 o ono o oooc r 0G IN 0 O 0 0 0O 1 0 G itO G JAB1AZLEY00 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE antI CARPETS To bc found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 6- Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of and upward j i i i I t f u f S00 0 g R OU p 0 4 H oc o wcooo oc t V 000000000000 0000 O 0 000 0 Items of Local Interest v AIHOST XwNornifi 3 Since last report a number of pub Q we can say that if a few more dollars arc subscribed work the Hotel smd Opera louse will be commenced within a week or ten days The Company can not do anything unless some help is received and it dues seem that there is enough public spiritedness in Lancaster to raise little pittance needed If onetenth the money sent out of Lancaster each year on some haremscarem nowyou seeitnow youdont scheme a house could be built forty stories high Think about this like business men and we will soon have the best hotel and ope ra house in the state as before the other burned The paper is in the hands of Louis and only a little time can be given the matter so please make up your mind so the thing can be closed up and work com menced at once Its not a gift but merely an addition to the value of your property J C Siler took some of his horses to the Brodhead fair and won blue and three red ties Danvilles latest oiler to the railroad is all the water the company wants throw in a weeks washing boys andyoull have it A coon excursion passed up from Louisville to Richmond Sunday Sev oral of Lancasters swell cullud folks joined the crowd A protracted meeting will begin at Fairview the first Sunday in Septem ber Rev Win Robinson will con duct the services and all are invited to attend W O Dunlap the painter has just linished up the large signs on The Record other a big improvement lie is a fine painter and if you need anything in his line give him a call Rev J L Bruce has just closed a protracted meeting at JCirksville Rev B A Daws came up frpin Louis yule and took part in the meeting There were 31 additions to the church The Danville Advocate the death of Miss Anna in last week Miss Gould atone tune lived in Lancaster and was a icier of the Messrs Ilaselden She recently returned from Porto Rico where the was employed by the eminent as Kindergarten teacher e o lo theoon- o Q the- o I Lan ram I Now s Indianapolis go v Jo O 0 redid tweet Gould A Grab Sale have one hundred packages of Merchandise that we will sell for i each Every one of these packages contain good desirable that cost more than one dollar at wholesale and some of them cost more than 1000 desire to clean up our stock to make room for Fall Goods We have to offer extra inducements to do this are willing to lose some money on this sale in order to advertise our great clearance sale We want our customers aud 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 400 and so on down 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 Vist for Sioo each We guarantee to you that no package contain Jess than one dollars worth of Merchandise No package will be laid aside for anyone unless paid 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 contains the Silk Dress Pattern Wool Dress Pattern or the Silk Waist They are put up by an outside committee Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Kentucky it o A t 1 t t4t 1 f t t Ve chandise Ve Ve andanother to I It M k7KT f mjtt JT ffJT 4 4- 44 1 4 a t t f t t t r i i f s L i fort r Ir wh package r- r for the one ers in Common School Contest The teachers ask that the contest be postponed until further notice Theyll iniiully Get Danville is again discussing the tric light problem It is strange that a pushing uptodate town like Dan doesnt have this great IVlilioiiK Nut Filed For some reason the petitions for a vote of local option were not filed in the county court Monday We understand they are ready and will be filed with the court probably next county court day Electing ut Hubble Rev Allan II Moore closed his meeting at Hubble Sunday night New interest was awakened in matters aid there were 32 We underhand much hood was accom by his able sermons The closing services for the Confer ence year will be held at the Metho dist church next Sunday The convenes atLondon next week Bishop Morrison presiding This may be Bro Robinsons last Sunday and he requests that all the members and friends of the church be present Hindi IoIItii Nearly all the candidates were here Monday and such handshaking was never before witnessod It looks like Garrard is going to be the battle ground in the judges race as both Judge Saufley and Mr Harding have some personal friends here who will leave no stone unturned in behalf of their respective candidate TuUen Charge the First Mr T C Slier tells us he will take charge of the Veranda Hotel atPaint Lick Sept 1st Mr Slier is a hustler and will run a firstclass hotel will devote special attention to his livery department and keep the best of rigs for hire lIe has resided here for some time and made many friends among the Lancaster people JUg Time tier Colored People The LincolnGarrard Fair will be held at Stanford commencing today and running through Saturday big premiums have been offered and many attractions will be there As many prominent Lancaster colored men are interested a big crowd will go over from here a Ccpli Will Itlatte Honey Instead of talcing in washing keep his paper going as most of we rural editors have to do Bro Ceph Campbell of the Somerset Journal is dabbling in the ginseng business and we hope is making dead oodlins of money He claims theres millions in it and we hope he will see his brightest hopes come to pass Compliment For ToinHiison Danville Uews Hon Robert Tom linson of Garrard county who is a candidate for Lieutenant Governor was in Danville Monday mingling with the voters of this and adjoining counties He is an able lawyeran ex cellent gentleman and a simonpure Democrat and the Democratic party will make no mistake in electing him to the position he seeks Water AVork a Paint Lick Mr I C Rucker of Paint Lick was here Monday and told us the prospects putting in water works at that thriving city were good They have water close at hand and as the distance to cover is shortand an engine on the ground theres no reason why should not be done That is the busiest town in this section and what they want they generally get Sue cess to them More KctildeiicrH IVaiited Notwithstanding the fact that most hundred dwelling houses were erected in Lancaster the past demand for residences from new is so brisk that there is not a cant dwelling in the city Hardly a day passes that TIlE RECOIID is not asked for information concerning property and this demand has been exceptionally heavy within the past ten days IK More Than Expected Gov Beckham has received a com munication from the War Depart ment stating that the money due the State for services during the Spanish American war has been forwarded and will arrive in a few days The gore the amount allowed the claim as SGSOGO which is consid erably more than the State officials had looked for They had not expect ed more than 30000 Court Day There was an unusually large crowd town Monday and business the merchants was quite good an August court There were about 300 cattle at Estes pens all sold Two yearolds brought S4 and 445 log steers 3 to 4c Some cows on mar ket but none sold B G Fox bought for Jo Kendig GO mule colts and yearl ings at from 20 to 60 R T Hubble bought 14 cotton mules at G5 to 100 few horses sold at from 75 to 145 ir W B Burton bought a few horses mules at from 100 to 110 Mule were here in large numbers but many went home to await more money The day was very quiet only few drunks and they were of the friendly kind cc Cli s r1Cln improvement asking a Conference I lIes tog comb vac vacant communication within earl andof pu el flee charm shed LIAt Stlllllaf 5 e the in is tre iv of the of has and line 00 as to lie for inn be of if all Tno Paul Miller of this city stood his second examination and has been ordered to report at the Naval Accad emy at once Brakeman William Purdam who resided in the Hubble neighborhood was killed in a freight wreck on the Southern near Busey Ky Tuesday The remains were brought here for burial yesterday Serious Accident While climbing a plum tree at his mothers home on Lexington street Master Joseph Rogers fell his left arm just above the elbow Physicians immediately set and the break but the handsome little follow is suffering1 much pain New Executive Comnittco Mr Thomas Cr Watkins of the Kentucky Press Association has selected the following Executive Committee for the organization Landram Lancaster chairman Da B Wallace Warsaw E A Guilion New Castle Thomas Underwood Hopkinsvillc and Charles F Hart Morganlield 1Mitor Danville Courier Editor Landram the last issue of the Central Record urging the citizens of Lancaster to replace the beautiful hotel and that was recently wiped out by fire If every citizen of Lancaster was imbued with the same spirit of push and enterprise as Editor Lan dram he would not be compelled to la bor over double column articles urg ing his people to fall back to her de wah times rail at Mcaoliisvlllo THE RKCOIID acknowledges with many thanks courtesies for the big Knights of Pythias Fair that will be held at Xicholasvillo Sept 4 The Knights are working hard to the most successful fair of the and as always gets what she goes after its a safe prediction the fair will prove all they hope for Root II Webb is ry and J X Traynor president Dr J M Acton at the solicitation many of his friends in that end of county has decided to locate at Bryantsville and moved there this week Dr Acton who is a graduate the best medical schools in the land been in Lancaster for six years during that time has built up a practice He is a good doctor and line citizen and we dislike to see him leave but his rifts health is nut and ho thinks the change will benefit her The Record hopes Dr Acton will do well in his new location he is a deserving man and splendid physician The Asyiititis Full The fact that the insane asylums of Kentucky are full and unable to vide accommodations for more female patients was developed by a request admit Columbia Reeves a Frank county patient who is being cared by the county authorities and the Governors ollice authorizes the state g ment that county ollicials should not start to the asylums for a while with female patients without first inquir whether they can be received A failure to observe this precaution may cause expense that the State will not authorized to refund Mrs Patterson assisted by the musi cal talent of the town will give an en tertainment Thursday evening Sept 4th at the court house Proceeds for the benefit of the mountain school This school is located at Ilinman Knott county fortylive miles from the railroad The school is under the supervision of Miss Katherine Pettit Lexington and Miss Stone of Louisville They Dropose by the of the women of the State to run an Industrial school Anything that can be used in a home will be ac cepted bedding furniture clothing and provisions All donations be left with Miss Amanda Ander A Short Sermon Some Lancaster Sunday only Christians would like for this to be tried in Lancaster The shortest ser mon on record was preached at Mich on a recent Sunday The pastor had been requested to make his discourse brief on account of the hot weather so he announced as his text Luke xvi 24 And he cried and said Father Abraham have mercy on me and send Lazarus that he may dip the end of his finger in water and cool my tongue for I am tormented in this flame The sermon was as follows Three persons Abraham Dives and Lazarus It was hot where Dives was He wanted to get out So do we Let us pray Avoid an Epidemic Typhoid fever is becoming epidemic several towns of the State and much of this is due to decaying vege tation at this time of the year which contaminates the water supply This can be avoided especially in the city persons will cut all weeds in their yards pile them upsaturate with coal oil and burn them Drain all pools of water liable to hold filth and remove rubbish from the premises that is to cause sickness A liberal use coperas and lime is recommended and as we believe an ounce of preven Peon will save our citizens many dol lars THE RECORD suggests that a proclamation from Mayor Kinnaird will bring about the desired result J i 1 1 bIe ling bandaged presidents id nor IIi ye s cret Uocs ro Musical son t Lois s the foe Sand 1ichultss flee ItrraitsvIllo pro assistance Atlantic e 1 is a and in with and and ten Into Mr A II Bastin has closed a deal whereby he gets possession of the Van Winkle lines in the city of Danville and now has charge of same Exten improvements will be made in Danville exchange the newest and best instruments put in and given excellent service Mr Bastin is an energetic citizen one of our best promoters and if given any encour agement will go his length to give the people the best to be had A Lancaster Snrcntor Ernest Brown of this place has in vented a coffee grinder which by a simple device can be attached to any telephone Whenever the phone crank turned a flywheel on the grinder rapidly revolves thereby putting machine in motion By keeping a little coffee in the hopper and using your phone occasionally you can always have on hand plenty of ground coffee ready for use Brown has applied for patent The invention appeals to every family that uses a hello ma chine and drinks coffee for this will no doubt eventually come into general use Danville Advocate In the railway situation just now is much for cncour agement and nothing at all for overconfidence There can be no doubt that the people want the road and there can be no doubt that they are willing to pay for it Neither can there be any doubt that they must come forward and pay for it and do this at an early date if the road is to be brought here In all the discussions that have ranged in these columns dHring the past thirty days the has been taken that Danville must have the road or back down from all pretensions of being an enter prising uptodate community sur render whatever preeminence she may have attained divest herself of pride bid farewell to future growth prosperity and school herself to perpetual adversity henceforth with such equanimity as she nay But these and the thousand other uncata logued evils which would follow the permanent loss of the road will never come There is too much enterprise business sense and public spiritedness the community for that It is on account of this condition the success which reason has so far when the matter is fully discussed brought to the attention of the citizens that those who have the so licitation and collection of funds in hand feel encouraged All that is ne cessary is for each one to do his duty if this is done the next week or days will bring forth wonders in reaching a completion of the task he He I i reason hIs Laneattr Too position prevailed j Dunn itlo ire Oanvi t Irs laying Well The Somerset Journal says of Sun nybrook producers in which some stock is owned in Lancaster The two best oil wells in the niter States are at Sunnybrook teary CompanvsXo 4 and Somerset Oil Companys No 10 are each producing ir0 barrels of oil every lay and the product is turned into the Standards storage tanks fur credit checks which are issued daily If any rooster doubts the accuracy of this statement the cash on our insidepocket will back up the assertion Death of Mrs Klam The lette containing notice ofdeath of Mrs Geo Elam was mislaid or mis sent and we failed to make note of the sad occurence She died at home in Flatwood and the burial took place at the old Patterson graze yard in that localityShe wasa devout her of the Baptist church and a good Christian woman She was a Miss Bourne and a granddaughter of the late Ceph Conn She left her husband and several children to mourn her loss and they have deep sympathy Mr Elam extends his thanks for the many The Town Kicker The Kickers on the farm are not as hard to get stung with as the kickers in the town On the farm there are the kicking cow and our longeared friends the mule while in town there is the old mossback who is opposed to letting his business be known through the local press and who wants all the privileges of municipal living without paying for them and block so far as he can every municipal improvement says the Richmond Climax Whereas we have no one who wishes to profit by starting an enterprise to encourage the people who are coming here daily and investing their money to develop the country and town We must insist on these goodeasygoing kind of people who are satisfied with just what happen to not kick because our bakeryman stays in his place of business on Sunday to accommodate you You must remember it is an that you would not undertake and if our livery man furnishes you a rig on Sunday dont say that such should not be allowed in this good and saintly place where you can find hun dreds of timings happening that is of no profit to our town or our country Men of capital are not going to in vest their money when they cannot even buy accommodations because they are prohibited by a town law The cow may be sold for beef and and the mule traded for a shotgun but nothing but a funeral will get rid of a town kicker It is not always the man who is full of hot air that rises highest i a of in I here neighbors enterprise t met ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge a candidate for the Democratic n nation for the jniJgeship of the 13th jiultri of Kentucky composed of the count t of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SADFLET For omiuoiMVfallh Attorney We are anthorfzvd to announce Chas A Iluriihi euu li iiite before the Democratic ports as Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District Petitions are being circulated in Garrard asking the powerstnatbe to undo its call for conventions and hold primary elections When the grand jury inspects the public buildings it should order iron shutters placed on back of the court house Look into it gentlemen Its dangerous Chairman D R Collier has issued a call for a convention of the RepubH cans of the county to meet Saturday the JOth at 2 oclock in this city select delegates to the district conveu tion to be held in Nicholasville Sept 2 Circuit Court JnoCIouse for breaking wan house was given two years The school book case which has attracted much attention was given a change of venue and will be tried in Lincoln The court is disposing of a number of little Commonwealths cases today IedeMtriim 1C I lit The right of a pedestrian on an os tablished street crossing over any ve hide whatever except those of time fire and police departments is lute yet every day we see this estab lished principle of American law by the drivers and by those win are not driving fast Perhaps you do not know it but you have no right if you are driving to force any to stop and wait until you go over street crossing You are the one who is supposed to stop If injury to a pedestrian on account of your failure to stop you are personally lia ble for damages Telephone Exchange Leaned If we had a town full of hustlers like our good old friend A II Bastin we would soon have every improve ment uptodate citizens desire Xot satisfied with having the best in the state here at home ho continues to branch out The Dan ville Advocate says The Bastin Telephone Company of Lancasterhas leased the Van Winkle lines and will take possession tomorrow A number new metallic circuits will be put and other improvements made Within thirty days arrangements will be made for connection with Louis ville and several other points r I ate t di itS It intoa abs violated pedestrian occurs strict y exchange Opportunity and The Man experienced cutter from CINCINNATI The acknowledged leaders in their line will be with LOGAN Thursday Friday Saturday AUG 21 22 23 Every good dresser should take advantage of this opportuni ty and see the Exclusive Novelties in Fall and Winter Fabrics SHOWN ONLY BY THIS CONCERN High Grade Tailoring1 AT PRICES TO PLEASE ALL ffYfii7frirfirr1r f1il1jfir tf itr1 Tile Are Here I GlOO CO I H T i g I a ij U m ljlm J m lj U j jlll jUjU R I 11 l 1Ili i1 1 i111Its 1 1 11P11i Il r a r- An TALORIN6 r r I ri t lliiF1jilli1i gjili1 f g8JgJiFg I 1 E7 J f VELa rl I BUGGIES j1 PII TONS i1SUIHUES If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can buy prices that absolutely 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 andat lr3 F3 D El n 0 WAGON GEAR REECIUNG TRACES COLLAliS iR 0 MAN S illELM 0 IE s 8 liHiJIiilliJiJ Ei Sc I o 0 0l o oto o CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondCleat Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Aug 2 AVOUDS OF ENCOUUAGEMEXT Sent Vn by a Former Lancaster Man Now In the West Happy and Doing Well Peabody Kansas 15 02 Louis Landram Lancaster Kentucky Dear Louis Seeing and the valuable improvements you have recently made in THE RECORD and realizing that these things come not by faith alone I herewith enclose a couple of slugs hoping they may help to fill a longfelt want and that other delinquents may follow suitand that ere many moons shall wax and wane your depleted and shriveled mole skin may assume the proportions of a mighty ox hide stuffed and so that it shall of itself most eloquently proclaim your honest views expansionWith sorrow and genuine sympathy I read the account of Lan casters recent terrible holocaust She certainly has her share of such scourg cs But knowing the metal of her people I predict a speedy rebuilding of the ruins and that the good old town will soon be herself again and will shine the brighter for the she has endured By the way the issuing of that splendid extra so promptly by TIlE RECORD was a mark of enterprise rarely exhibited by a country newspaper The city dailies could not have discounted that with all their facilities at hand Youll win yet my boy v Kansas is on top this year with her pocket full of rocks Fine crops of wheat oats corn alfalfa sorghum hay etc etc and it are reasonably plentiful except peach es Apples are abundant in some In fact were fixed Come and see us and help us to dig our some of which are most as big cowsHoping that you will get the new railroad and that good things will be coming your way from with kind regards to you and yours and to all my friends in reach of your cabletow I am as ever your sincere friend R L COCIIKAN Want to Serve the State iA special to the Cincinnati from Frankfortof recent datesays Governor Beckham has made no offi dial announcement of his candidacy but he and his friends have been very active in securing him The other announced candidates John K Ilendrick of Smithland Jas D Black of Barbourville and Robert J Breckinridge of Danville Other candidates are for Lieutenant W P Thomas of Henry R H Tomlinson of Garrard For Auditor J B Chenault of Madison Hagar of Boyd June Gayle of Owen For Treasurer Josh T Griffith of Owens boro Gus W Richardson of Mcade and J T Gosnell of Grayson For Sec retary of State H V McChesney of1 Livingston county Harry of McCracken and J D McIntyre of Bath For Attorney General Willard Mitchell of Jessamine and N B Hays Bell For Clerk of Court of Appeals Robert L Green of Bracken and W B OConnell of Montgomery For of Public Instruction Ben Watt of Warren Rev T N of Franklin Rev Lew G of Union For Commissioner of M Frazee nf Tncnn and Tobias Gibson of Fayette with 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 and skin eruptions It does the 50c and 100 bottle at R E McRoberts druggist 1m f l t LANDRAM 1902 Aug distended chastening lotsof all ruits localities potatoes generally t Enquirer supportfor Governor W F W GTandy Su- perIntendent Arnold Wallace Agriculture J candidate frostbites work 200 appreciating noon w re Out in theCounty c c A Budget of News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters MT HEBRON Mesdames Luther Raney W D Scott and S G Vanderpool are on the sick list The series of meetings that were to begin at this place was posponed for as help could not be obtained Mr and Mrs James Bratton are very happy over the arrival of a line baby boy Mrs Grow sold some nice calves to Lem Teater at 3J and 4 cts per pound Earl Grow sold a calf to Lem Teater for 1775 John Vanderpool got his foot by the thresher last week and has suffered a great deal Whooping cough is raging in this localityThe school at this place is nourishing The grim monster Death hasagain found its way to this community and claimed for its victim Mr Walter Ea son son of Mr and Mrs John Eason He had been a patient sufferer for over a year of the fatal disease and departed this life Aug 3rd lie had been a member of the Baptist church at this place several years and his life had been such that he was not afraid to die He leaves a father mother sisters and brothers to mourn the loss We extend sympathy to tile bereaved ones WALLACETON Frank Taylor bought of John a work horse for about 3 acres ot corn and 17 Miss Mahala VanWinkle about 20 years old is very sick with typhoid fe ver and her recovery is doubtful Wm J Hiatt and wife were visiting friends in Rockcrstle county the part of last week and the first part of this week The series of meetings at the church near here have already re suited in several accessions to the church and will continue throughout the present week Our people generally and farmers especially are rejoicing greatly on of the good rain which came Monday It was the first good rain in our immediate neighborhood for six weeks About all the necessary material has been provided and a new home will soon be built for Green Byrd who had his house and contents destroyed by fire on the night of the 9th inst The Tar Spring only two miles from here is becoming quite popular this season both as a summer resort and also on account of the wonderful properties of its water which thirst heals the sickrestores youth to the aged and even serves in some cases as a substitute for liquor STONY POINT I Miss Maude Perrin and brother se of Stanford have returned home after a pleasant visit of a week to their cousin Miss Bettie L Thurman Miss Maggie Traylor of Gilberts Creek is visiting her cousin Miss Katherine Arnold Master John Ta turn is improving from an attack of malarial fever Miss Mary E Lung the pleasant guest of Mrs Jesse Dunn returned to her home near Danville on Saturday last accompanied by Mrs Dunn who will remain several days Three very valuable steers belong ing to Mr H D Lee were killed by the train last week on the L and N between this place and Lowell The farmers are busy cutting hemp I i I awhile Peachie mashed consumption heartfelt Million latter Christian account quenches Jes railroad CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small costOFF TOO LONG DONT PUT IT R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky e It1Z JaHClI1C1y r0X fJ rjJfJ YJ0Y WirXif1llffff Y0Yf0fPjffJ i0fJJ00107 ftrtl1f TfFti 000 0 rr G Z 0G1V 9 v It I 1 J o j WtJlfff WiltWfl WiI l JffJt JjfJlffjjfjfgl lff rg Dlf fr1 TiJifiY0 7riJZjJf2 r0t0Zfft riJeZ l 0 1 4 v s S BOURNE Jeff Dunn sold a nice heifer to Tay lor Burdett at 3c Gilbert Turner sold a bull to Jeff Dunn for 0 Noah Marsee sold ten shoats to Jas M Turner for 15 James Turner sold a nice colt last week for 30 Mr J F Upton and wife or Faulkner visited Job Marsee and wife last week Mrs Jennie Turner and two little sons Victor and Virgil of Knox coun ty are visiting Tom Turner and Miss Lucile Marsee of Marks bury was the guest of Misses Lucile and Roverta Turner Saturday and Sunday Miss Marie Dunn of Nich olasville is the charming guest of Miss Bertna Turner Lish Forbes and wife of McCreary spent Sunday with J E Sherrow and wife STONE Kirby Teator bought of Lem Teater one yearling heifer for 20 L Teatcr bought Grow 3 yearlings at 2J 3 and 4ic The children of Mr Irvin Clouse are very sick of scarlet fever The school at this place has closed for a few weeks on account of and scarlet fever The infant of Lee Austin is very low of Brights disease The infant child of Mr and Mrs Wm Carter Jr died on the 23d of brain fever We extend our sympathy to the boreaved family- L L and J N Sanders attended the fair at Lexington last week Mr W Scott of Frankfort visited his Mrs Mary A Sanders and Mrs Peachie Grow last week Mr Web zel and two little daughters of Will more visited L N Crutchfield last Sunday Mrs Mary Sanders visits Mrs and Mrs John Sanders last week Mat daughter visited at High Bridge last week Misses Pearl and Jewell Sanders were in your city Friday BUENA VISTA Received too lute for lust Issue J Dismukes bought of A T Scott one sow and pigs for 1350 J B Ruble bought the stock and crop of T D Hudson for 100 Mr Hudson is thinking of moving to Indiana W P Ruble bought 70 lambs at 5 G II Sechrest and Alphias Scott have exchanged property Mr Sechrest paying 500 difference Isaac Hamilton will probably move to Lancaster and run the Hamilton House renting his farm to Arthur ChristopherThe boers having made three attempts to get water on the farm of J B Ruble Mr Barnett of Mercer a water wizzard was sent for who difficulty located a stream A protracted meeting is in progress at Browns Chapel conducted by the pastor Rev T B Stratton Miss Flenner of Wilmore is assisting with the music Miss Bulah Green of Lexington is the guest of her aunts the Misses Lane Miss Mittie Dunn of Bryants ville is teaching her third term of school here she is very much liked Born to the wife of Ray Ball on the HenryRublebridal tour Friday evening August 15 and were given a brilliant reception at the home of the grooms father Mr J B Ruble The beautiful country home was tastefully decorated with cnt flowers and was the scene of a merry crowd of the friends and of the bride and groom At 1030 the guests were invited to the lighted dining room and of the bountiful repast At 1130 they assembled in the parlors and were regaled with music by Mr Bryce Sechrest and sister Miss Annie and Mr John Dismukes The Way It Goes The following is told of a Stanford girl but there are several in to so forcibly applies that we believe it happened here The pretty little Miss in question visited a cookin school recently and her was divided between a dress worn by a friend and directions for making cake So when she undertook to write the receipt for her mother the old was paralyzed to read the ing Take two pounds of flour three rows of plaiting down the front the whites of two eggs cut bias a pint of milk ruffled round the neck half lb currants with seven yards of bead trimminggrated lemon peel with lace fichu stir well and add a semifitting paletot with visitic sleeves garnish with icing and passementerie Bake in a moderately hot oven until the skirt is tucked from the waist down on either side and finish with large satin rosettes ir L family of NT smallpox sisters Folger and without relatives brilliantly partook t Lancaster whomit attention lady JJ I Nf agars folio I I Additional Personal Mention Miss Maud Miller of Lexington is the guest of Miss Lizzie Brown Lieut W 0 Dunlap entertained at a pound party Thursday evening Mrs Mary Cunningham has from a visit to friends in Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville is the pretty guest of Miss Theo Hemp hill Lexington avenue Mrs Edward Badger of Florida and Mrs Jesse Walden of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs James B this week Messrs Jack Rout and Walter of Stanford attended the party Tuesday evening given by Mr and Mrs Lackey Mrs Wolford Rev Hendrickson and wife who have been guests of Rev J E Wolford and wife have returned to their home in Louisville Mrs David Chenault daughter and son and Mrs McCrohon and little grand daughter who have been Mrs W J Elmores guests have returned to their home in Richmond Misses Leavelle and Maret of Leav elle Lodge entertained the following at a house party last week MessrsGuy Fish of California Penny and Adams of Missouri Misses Pearl Hackney of London and Allie Arnold Danville News Louis Landram will be the chairman of the new committee Louis is very popu lar with the Pess Association We were sorry his duties on his paper the Lancaster RECORD and the ill health of his wife prevented him going on the press trip MARKSBUBY Mr M G Aldridge and son Jean the Brodhead Fair Friday Miss Georgie Henry of Lancaster spent Monday with Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Mr Joe Pollard and Miss Vestena Dorton eloped to Friday evening and were united in marriage by Rev J E Wolford John C Boner will attend the fair at London Little Miss Irene Aldridge has been sick with fever Mr Will II Dychcassistant editor of theMoun tain Echo of London and attorney Joe C Saylor of Pineville were with friends here Sunday Several from this community attended the Association at Gilead church Thaddie N Aldridge bought of John W Simpson a good horse for 45 There were three additions to the Fork church Sunday by letter Rev Stallings had the pleasure of immersjng his eldest daughter Sunday afternoon in Dix river Mrs Dave Dunn and daughter Mrs Center of Danville have sold their farm to Wm Clark for 13000 For Sale or Trade One of the most uptodate Rigs in the country practically as good as new consisting of 10 Russell Traction Engine and Separator with selffeeder Wind stacker tank and pump hose etc Everything complete Will sell cheap or trade to real estate Reason for selling ill on or address O W Potts Teatersville Ky U28tf I A NOVEL SIGHT State Fair to Have a Sensational At traction and One That En tlrcly Unique Louisville Aug headoncol lision on a railroad has always had its horrors for the public when each was pulling a train of wellfilled passenger coaches or sleepers and the loss of life was appalling but such a catastrophe when attended by no of such a sickening character locomotive alone coming together holds a certain fascination for the on lookerWith a full realization of this fact the Kentucky State Fair Association has closed a contract headon collision of the engines during the exhibition and two steam monsters will come together with a 40 mile an hour crash When a promoter of amusements offered to put on a collision of two steel kings of the rail at the Texas State Fair and give it all the realism that surrounds a railroad wreck there were those who were ready to the scheme a fake and the schemer an adventurer But the came off on schedule time and the echo of the crash met a welling chorus of yells from the thousands of people who witnessed the unique Since then other State and Iowa among them have had such an attraction but this first Kentuckians will have been given an opportunity to see A oil gusher has come in near Morehead in the Ragland oil field e Leave D lI executive attended Lancaster Baptist Threshing horsepower healthcall I 17A engine details for a approaching pronounce collision performance fairsIndiana returned Lexington Walker 2000 barrel l I I Consumption Threatened I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had says C Unger 211 Maple St Champaign Ill 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 1 have not been troubled since C C J E Stormes The hardest thing to sweeten is a sour disposition Just Look At Her 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 organs active digestion good no no chance for blues Try them yourself Only 25c at R E McRoberts drugstore 1m Do not fret about the the yesterday they may come to a more acceptable shape tomorrow Shutters All Records Twice in hospital F A Gulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to to cure as severe case of piles cans 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 McRoberts 1m The stingy man usually makes a close friend 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 the mucous membrance Cures coughs croup throat and lung trou bles Absolutely safe Acts Children like it One may stir up a hornets nest and find plenty of excitement but there will be neither pleasure nor in it 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 to relieve them which failed 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 shay ed of four worms It is a most excell ent medicine Whites Cream Ver mifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to perfect growth wards oft sickness 25c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m A poor man who is a genius is a jack of all trades while a rich one is noted for his versatility 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 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 them Small and easy to take Purely vegetable They never gripe and pens are all right in their way but the pretty typewriter is more killing Look Pleasant Please Photographer C C Harlan of Eaton O can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold a gony 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 and Kidneys they build up and give new life to the whole system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed by R E McRob erts druggist 1m Kissing is said to be responsible for a good deal of heart trouble To My Friend It is with joy I tell you what Kokol did for me I was troubled with my stomach for several months 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 the digestive or gans Kodol the great reconstructive tonic cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dyspepsia Kodol digests any good food you eat Take a dose after meals 1m consumption Resultall headaches n failures- of doctors drug store t strengthens immediately enjoyment everything until dubbed II tdistressSwords StomachLiver Upon be itGeo C without lThe season has arrived for Painting and Papering Purest brands of OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc PAINTSand i I Handsomest line of we have ever shown i te I WALL PAPERS Full stock of Hammccks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store S We are now located S On Danville Street7 0 Opposite Jewelry Store I FIRE WERE y 0 We will continue as before to handle t only the best at the lowest pricesv S Make our store your headquarters We will appreciate your coming s A 4 X Telephone us your order and we will deliver it v promptly and appreciate your favor A O OtOSO2 OSO c POPULAR OLD POINT 0 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 Gars Electric Lights Pullman Sleepers Stopover allowed in the mountains Full information at C O Ticket Ollice Phoenix Hotel SiaQQ RnimE TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A K I o o 2 0 2 0 Ttlom sons ALL GOODS ilUf AGD 8Y lHE DESifUVEO BY US 0 o 2 Store 0 0 0 0 4t J c t t 0 ROUTE EXCURSiONS TO AND G I OOOOOOOOOGOvO00GOr a Os O i a aa00 0 0 0 0 0 O 4 O0 0 0 0 0 N J O Frisbicz Drug o o o oc oc oco o o o o a o i I i S M encie rsonJLLOUisville Louis Pailwayand lt Homeseekers9 ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO THE WESTTickets Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points N x X For Further Information GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agent Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY on First and Thud Address Gen Sale d 0 g 1 fJ t J E lCo F ffJr 2 Att a Ci c STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at Ie p IIIrdljrre store one a Get your friends to hell you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES r Ii J lei ir- i P031LES gives vote t r IT C Arnold 30 II Dunn 22 E II Walker 21 1 C Fox 20 7 15 Ri ibinsoii 17 1 F White 17 John Bourne 77 Frank Pierce 17 It Cook If A K Walker Robt Burton 14 TCGulloy 33 Andrew Thompson 12 Ike Arnold 12 li V 1 J B Parks 12 7 Ruble 12 T Y Robinson 11 Lewis Thompson 10 W 15 Denny 10 J B Warner 10 7 A Sanders 9 A D Ford 3 Wm Royston 3 1 David Ross 1 11 M West 1 R Gulley 1 Win Ray 1 j B J j I R E B Sutton a J S Robinson A R Denny Counting Robt Kinnard Com tee I ir S n Gossip About A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In Mi J M Logan is in the city on busi ness Mrs J T Williams visited Curbiu Sunday Ed Walton of the Interior Journal was here Monday Mrs Frank Moss is visiting relatives in WilliamsburgMr of Nashville was a visitor here Friday Miss Nellie Dillon is visiting her aunt in Cincinnati Miss Bruce Pumphrey is visiting rel atives in Cincinnati Joe Waters of Stanford was among the court day visitors Miss Hattie Robertson has returned to her home in Cynthiana Miss Anna Noel of Diuivillci is the guest of Miss Lillie Noel Miss Frankie KaufTman entertain ed at a pound party Friday evening Lexington Herald Mr John Em bry is the guest of Lancaster friends Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville is again with her aunt Mrs Sam John sonMiss Mary Tillett of Lexington is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Til lettLittle Miss Ella Mav Rail is in Cin cinnati visiting her brother Mr Lee BallMrs Tohn K West and daughter are visiting in Crab Or chardJolly Jim Cincinnati was In town Monday returning home that Right Mrs Bettie Miller of Lexington is visiting her mother Mrs Susan Mr Stark Fish of Louisville has been the guest of the family of Mr W A Arnold Miss Stella Huston has returned rom a delightful visit to Cynthiana relatives Mrs Steele of Nicholasville has been visiting her daughter Mrs Tom WalkerSec Ladies Aid Society will give A Trip The World in the near future Miss Mount of is the guest or Mrs Pi E McRoberts avenue I am maILIng a Great Cut on in order to make room for Fall Goons I am now selling regardless of cost II M Ballon t People ra 4rEJ Miss Knapp Layton Anderson Around LaGrange OUNSWARL t t I Irr- J I r 1 c I n f i r f I Danville f 3 4 ri i Mr G S Gaines wife and daughter Miss Julia Mae of Danville were here Friday Mrs Dorcas Walker and daughter Miss Nancy were at Crab Orchard Springs last week Miss Maggie Burnside of Barbour ville is the guest of Missos Kate and Lillian Kinnaird Mr Richard of Lexington is visiting his sister Mrs Banks Hud son Danville avenue Richmond Pnntagraph Miss Irene Romans of Lancaster is visiting Mrs Z T Rice on Broadway Rev C Chumbley and wife are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little son Miss Christine Bradley has gone to Louisville for a few days visit to her father W 0 Bradley A splendid likeness of Mr Thomas Burnett of this city appeared in Sat urdays Courier Journal Mr Harry the D D Institute of Danville was here Sun day with his home folks Misses Lilly May and Lou Rend Williams are recovering spell of Malarial fever Miss Marie Joseph has returned from a pleasant visit to her aunt Miss Ada Fox of Eton Ohio Misses Ryan of Paris and Miss Sal mon of Winchester are visiting the family of Rev A R Moore Mr Homer Batson has returned to his work in Louisville after a visit to his father Mr R II Batson Mr Ed Gaines and wife are in Shel byville on a visit Mr Gaines has im proved very much in health Miss Jennie Lackey and neice Miss Vesta Lackey have returned from a delightful visit to relatives in Paris Mr Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City came Monday for a weeks visit to his parents Mr and Drs D M Lackey Miss Allie Dunn of Bryantsville gave a very enjoyable party in honor of her nciceMiss Ethel Dunn of this city Mrs Lillie Tye Powell of Atlanta is visiting her sisters J T Hays of llvnttsvillc and Mrs J T Williams of this city Mrs J M Logan is in the cities pur chasing fall goods for the millinery department at the Logan Dry Goods Company Miss Sue Whitley Murphy of Tins tonville and Mr Andrews of Texas visited Dr and Mrs W S Beazley and Sunday Miss Margaret Tomlinson enter tained a few friends Wednesday eve ning in honor of Miss Lena Gordon Tillett of Covington Mrs Fannie Farra Mrs J M Farra and Mr Earl Farra delightful trip to Atlantic City and other points of interest Mrs Cox Mrs Emma Tillett of Flemingsburg and Miss Lena Gordon Tillett of Covington are guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Ilaselden Richmond avenue Richmond Climax Miss Elizabeth Embry is visiting relatives in Garrard county Miss Jane Lusk is visiting Mr and Mrs George White on Lancas ter avenue Miss Bessie Mae Lear entertained a few friends Saturday and Sunday in honor of Miss Allene Bourne and her visitois Misses Ethel Wheeler and Sarah Early of Lexington Hon and Mrs Richard Warren of Stanford was here Monday to see Sam Duncan whose condition is about the same as last week Sams many friends are delighted with his improvement Mr W J Homer the piano tuner of Danville was in town Monday He will return the 15th of next month and if you want lirstclass work done on your piano leave word at TIlE RECORD ollice Lexington Leader Mrs E D Potts who returned from Torrent in order to assist at the Country Store for the joint benefit of the Elks and the Guild will go back to the brac ing air of the mountains on The following party chaperoned by Mrs Jennie West was in Crab Orch u I visitors Kennedy 1 Robinsonof from asevere have returnedfrom- a C Saturday Episcopal Wednesday i lard Friday evening They were Misses Robertson Grace Mary Martha and Helen Gill V B Burton Chris Faris Louis West lIt Vernon II Bastin the Central Kentucky Telephone mag rate of Lancaster was here first tha week to see James Maret in regard to improvements in Rockcastle Mrs R E Thompson of Lancaster is visiting her mother Mrs W M Poyn tor Mrs EB Miller visited relatives in Luncjistor Danville News Messrs Hudson and Gill of Lancaster were in this yesterday engaging board for the com session of Central University j Mr Owen Shugars of Lancaster was in this city Wednesday Misses Ward of Lancaster and Pearl Hackney of London are the guests of Miss Stella Brown At their home on Danville avenue Tuesday evening from eight to twelve jtMr and Mrs D Lackey entertained a number of friends in honor of Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas City who has been spending the summer with them In the receiving line wereMiss j Vesta Lackey who looked beautiful in white silk mull over white silk Miss Jennie Lackey and Mr Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City The house was beautifully decorated in palms and ferns Near the lire place was a vine covered fern dell with an iced lemonade well In a cozy corner was a Jack Homer pie with Master John Gill Kinnaird as Merry Jack his slices of pie to the eager ex pectant guests Ices and cakes were served during the evening The Orchestra kindly tendered its services and under the able direction of MrT B Long made delightful mu sic during the evening Miss Lackey will return home with her father in a days She is a very attractive and sweet little lady and has made a host of in our city More Personals on Page 2 Lancaster Ky Aug 25 1902 Editor RECOKD Believing that a majority of the voters of the l5th judicial district are still in favor of a primary election to settle the claims of candidates and knowing that many democrats are d is satisfied with the action of the district committee on Aug 9th I beg leave to oiler a few criticisms on said action The acts of public servants are public property and subject at all times to be reviewed and weighed by public This method is therefore not in any sense In the first place a of the district asked through their committees for a primary and we know too well the danger oftrilling with the will of the majority The success of the democratic social and commercial welfare and even the happiness of the people have been in danger by such methods The lark night of political intrigue by which the will of the majority is is far spent and the people are asserting their sovereign rights They claim that the man who opposes a primary election is afraid of the The seven candidates were called before the committee Two did not express a choice as to the method of settling their claims which left the matter with the remaining live four of whom favored a primary election one favored precinct conventions The adoption of the latter method manifestly ignored the will of four in favoring the wishes of one If this is respecting the majority I fail to the meaning of terms and if their desires were not to be considered why the necessity of making them known to the committee The time of holding the conventions is so far advanced into the winterseason that intentional or not it is a game of freeze out with the people as many of the older class could not attend if the weather were inclement Again the committee alone has the power to de termine the number of delegate votes each precinct shall send to the county convention on the basis agreed upon This they failed to do and confusion may follow in precincts which are some distance from the county scat where the popular vote in the election referred to can be seen and even if the vote were at hand the officers of the convention would hare no to declare the number of votes It seems further that no hour is named for the meeting of the county on Dec 8th or the district on Dec 10th This omission will certainly cause confusion and may work a hardship on some candi dateThe resolution declares that it will require a majority of all the votes in the district to make a nomination This appears to mean that each candi date is to have such a part of the county delegation in the district as the precinct delegates in structed lor him are part of all the precinct delegates This should be the proper construction of the quoted else why say a of all the votes in the district It certainly cannot mean that the minority precinct delegation shall be merged by the majority in the county convention and the whole instructed to vote for the one the majority for the minority vote would not be counted for the intended at the precinct when the district vote is taken and less than a majority of all the votes of the district will nominate If each not entitled to his strength then the county convention is but a hoodwink to blind the while their will is being thwarted This seems to be the better view of a question which is left open and by the committee If the com did not intend to let each can rs y i j K lII1 l d and SignalA of I cit lug Cora I dispensing Lancaster CAltD opinion and publicsentimenr objectionable election party defeated understand authority convention convention convention language majority delegation- be haying candidate is nothing people t atilt Hess lard friends A majority people and candidate undecided t didate have his strength according to his showing in the precinct conven tions why did the committee call for precinct conventions Why bring the question that near to the peoples door and then turn around and snatch it away from them as would be the case if the strength of each candidate as manifested in the several precincts is not accorded him Why not call at once for mass court house conventions where the majority is not given But we admit that there is some room for dispute over this proposition and because of the fact there is at least a likelihood of this dispute occurring We should never adopt or continue any system which affords in elections of any sort much room for altercation and The committee attempts to explain that with three or more candidates different portions of the district for the same ollice it is practically impos sibe to get a majority by a primary election and that with four twelve hundred and sixty might force their choice on an aggre gate of 5000 The fallacy of this statement is apparent to any one A majority vote seldom results at the polls where there are three or more candidates In the final races there might be three candidates and the choice be determined by the greatest vote as is often the case and the peo pie are satisfied because their votes were counted The fallacy is further shown when we consider the fact that a candidate may be elected III this dis trict by a convention with only ten votes instructed for him at the pre cinct conventions To illustrate A gets five votes in Lincoln and live in Mercer from strength in precinct The county convention meets puts the other four votes in each county on the cooling board and goes to the district convention giving hits eighteen votes when the people only gave him ten and there are thirty threcdelegate votes in the district The eight votes are never counted as the people intended The main work is done in the county convention The imaginary county lines should be eliminated The is a unit and if they will have conventions let go direct to the district conventions giving each man the strength which the people gave the delegates One man might then get a majority of the delegate votes I never failed to support the of my party and I submit the foregoing in all kindness for the good of the party believing that danger might follow the present conditions and that every member of the household has a right to talk upon these questions We are too apt to allow personal preferences to rise above party interests which is often productive of disastrous results I verily believe that these tions will bear the most and that if they receive a calm and dispassionate consideration the committee will rescind its action and give us a method more consistent with the views of the majority there by insuring harmony in the ranks and unbroken column when we meet the enemy at the polls Respectfully M D Hughes Business and Bargains For cow fresh third calf Good milker R E McRoberts All the leadingMagazines olTrisbies drug store A tine lot of BarredPlymoth Rock hens and pullets for sale Must take at once Thompson v House cleaners can get everything needed at Frisbies drug store X New line of Ladles and Gents gold watches and Thompson See R M West and get the only Hemp Reaper It does the work well and at small cost July 24tf Seed Wheat For Sale we have several varieties of seed wheat for sale the best selections that could be obtained we also have a limited quantity of the Syrian Red the most marvelous ever grown in the United States Also Northern Rye for sale II A B Marksbnry Son Remember J Joseph is cutting right and left so hurry and get some of the great bargains he is money to Loan Or firstclass real estate first If you cant give this security dont come Apply at RECORD office We have a new lot of harness and vehicles and a good assortment of Old Hickory Romans El more Notice to Creditors All those having claims against the estate of Robt E Austin deed will present same properly proved on or before Sept 1 1902 J M Duncan Admr or J E Robinson Atty Tulips Lillies Fresias Oxalis and plants for winter bloomingFannie Bishop I have some old accounts if foot paid soon I will list them and sell So if you do not want yours had best call and pay it T V My house and lot on Richmond street Building in good repair and reasonable Mrs Jas Dillon 928tf s 1 4 7 representation misunderstanding candidates conventions the nominees suggesg Jan f t t t t t t SaleJersey i J C J rings J C prices offering wagons Bulbs 928tf Town Property for Sale will give possessIon once Terms L district precinct delegates democratic investigation t t ttt Nt t f mortgage t- em sal you Cur y at Well well well We are still sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shud der Come in and we will show you J Joseph For SALE ou RENT My farm in Pollys Bend in lower Garrard county Terms of sale to suit purchaser terms of rent viz cash or its equivalent Jas L McMurtry I will till 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 Notice This If you owe me you must call at then old stand and settle your account In order to save cost it must be done at once Theo Currey 928tf Special prices for cash on coal in the bulk at the old reliable coal office S T and W P Walden For Cash We will fill your coal house with the best coal cheaper than any other dealer in town Try us and we will please you Walden Co at Leavens coal yard For house with ten rooms for 190onDanville street near the square suitable for boanling house Also three hundred and sixtysix acres of land near the town of Lancaster 212t Apply to JnoM Orand 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 I For Catth Best and cheapest coal at W P Co at LeavcIIs coal yard On September 5rd and 4th 1 will have an experienced cutter at my place with a full line of samples of latest and most approved designs in Woolens for fall and winter wear at very low prices ranging from 810 to 35 Hold your orders J C Hemphill Dl have a nice Alderney heifer live months old Will sell cheap 928tf Parties desiring using registered Jersey bull see R E McRoberts We are now clearing Spring and Summer goods regardless of cost Our big lines of Fall goods will have to take their place so come get bar J Joseph To TaxP jcr i The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my office ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Nice Shop- I am now fixed up over ITaseldens 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 J Joseph is making sweeping reduc tions on all Spring and Summer goods We have a big stock and they must Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Aid ridge 9 a8tf House for Rent AVe desire to rent the house and lot on Lexington street belowDr Actons and will glee possession at once R Zimmer a17tf When you wish to buy Furniture Carpets and Rugs Wallpaper Shades etc go to Withers Furniture Co Stanford Ky Their large assorted stock is continually changing thus af fording you a better selection Goods reliable prices reasonable Some may blow about low prices but we always give what we and you neyer find a fake sale at our store J Joseph Get your wall paper at the wall sale at the Racket Store To Town Tax Payers City taxes for 1902 are now due We need the money so please trill and tie I can be found at J M Rothwells office S D Rothwell M C L 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well developed healthy children Cleanse your own blood and your health and you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures of life but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity and made mankind healthier and happier There is no remedy that so surely reaches deepseated stubborn troubles as S S S It searches out even hereditary H poisons and removes every taint from the blood and builds up the general health If weaklings JJ are growing up around you right the wrong by putting them on a course of S S once It is a purely vegetable medicine harmless in its effects and can be taken by both old and young without fear of any bad results 0 Write us about your case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will also send our book on blood and skin diseases THE SWIFT CO Atlanta Ga P n Yt is the ilght of every child t4tijfj f to wdl and to the rrO parents it must look for heal th and r fiespoDDI I r T j jtjmr fflbf elYably great the parenth i o- rG I important that iI rl1i be body nd buildup Sat SPECIFIC I 1 I r9 be born pe 11aPPih1CS how incoIl- I i is bloc For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc W P Tate sold to J W Elraore 28 1209 cattle at 535 Jo JMcAlister sold to J W Ehnore 35 1199 cattle at 53 W P Givens bought of Jno Allen 44 heavy feeders at 5i For extra nice stock hogs weight about 150 G A Ballard laceton Ky a7tf 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 3 years old and weighs about 1000 pounds Nepomuck Miller Richmond street one mile from town For Sale IS good stock ewes and two Southdown bucks These are good sheep and paid me this year uill sell at a bargain if taken at once J W Elmore Lancaster Ky For Southdown bucks W L Lawson Lancaster Another lick at the farmers The International Harvesters Company is a trust in which all principal harvest machine manufacturers are The capital stock is 8120000000 Messrs A L Hall and II A Campbell shipped this week 1 32 choice lambs to the Louisville market They paid an average of six cents per pound for the lot which was undoubtedly the linest shipment that ever left Shelby Shelby Sentinel Foleys Kidney Cure is a medicine free from poisons and will cure an case of kidney disease that is not be yond the reach of medicine C C J E Stormes 1m A press dispatch from Mt Sterling Friday says the highest price ever reached in that county for fat cattle was that when Greene Co sold to Frederick Co of Iowaseventy head of exporters at 7c The cattle aver aged 1525 pounds and brought a total of 10075 They also purchased fifty head of 1450 pound cattle at 580 Cattlemen in this county will make a fortune this year I had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion Lee of Dunreeth Ind I tried eight physicians without re lief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made me a well man C C J E Stormes 1m It is almost useless to caution the country to keep out of the market with half fat immature light native cattle at this or any other season of the year It is the unfortunate features of the trade that the country man notes prices reported in the papers and at once concludes that if any ones cattle bring the prices reported his are sure to get there He sends them in not more than half fat and is sorely disappointed in the re turns Right now there is an shortage of prime fat cattle the call for that kind is strong and prices are high with prospects for them re maining so for an indeiinite time There is so much difference between good fat beeves and these underfed grades and the general run of cattle prtces so high that the buyers will let their orders go unfilled rather than take the green stuff at prices the coun try thinks it ought to be worth This Health and Beauty Universal Good QualityTwin than HerS to he physique One S y health tent if she her menstrual organs in BRMDFIELDS Female Regulator f Sale50 Val 225 SaleSix interested oneof market will unusual lfjC1nt any of notwill but keep jrrr 4 I implies tThere can without mr I I kpopularly known as the best medicine for the re shouting pains nervousness or the blues It persnanently Leucorrhea or Whites and restores the womb to its normal position If woman will her menstrual functions with this medicine perfect perfect bust andpink and white complexion follow as the natural result of a nourished blood and regu tar menstruation Sold in all stores at 1 per bottle A Perfect Health for Women Write for It m BUMUU SMCUm ct 1IUIU U jotwomen pain rpagewill treatise freeP is the condition found prevailing right here at the opening of the range That these rangers are going to come in good beef condition has been demostrated The dressed beef trade will prefer these rangers to the green watby half fat natives as they do almost every year and it is not at all likely that we will see satisfactory market for native cattle below choice in grade than at present when the aangers get to freely Chicago Live Stock World Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for its cures It never and is pleasant and safe to take sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The Burgin Elevator Company bought 10000 bushels of wheat at from 65 to 75c B F Sanders bought fifty 1400 pound cattle from G W Dugan of Boyle at GJc 30 that averaged 1 330 pounds from J W Moss at same price and 20 that averaged 1300 from- J P Williams at file Mr Sanders sold them the same day to a Chicago spec ulator at a fair profit Herald The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m C J Daniel bought of Cas Golf 29 home raised sheep at 315 and of Jas Hopkins 28 head at 325 also 12 sows and GO pigs of different parties for 300 In Fleming Bob Harper sold 50 line feeding cattle to Bourbon par ties for October delivery at some thing over 5c 47 brought 5 and 3 at 4Jc Sullivan for the S S Co has bought and shipped from Bourbon Nicholas and Clark counties about 15 000 lambs prices from 5 to 5Jc Paris Kentuckian SAVKI Ianainn Columbia liy Chamberlains Colic Cholera ami Diarrhoea Kemedy Dr Chats II Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia in a recent letter states Last March 1 had as a patient a young lady sixteen years of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Everything I prescribed for her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her 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 a 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 The Artistic There is more truth than poetry in the from an exchange is an old lady her hair is quite gray the snow of age has drifted thro her onetime raven locks She is in the garden carrying on a war against the plague of weeds Next Monday she will wash and on Tuesday she will iron She has a grown who is beating out the time of Just One Girl on the piano her mother is endeavoring to keep time with her hoe The girl could hoe but she will not she could take a fall out or the wash tub too but will not too refined she has the soul of an but she couldnt sit down at a sewing machine and run up a seam on a calico apron to save her artistic soul from perdition Yes her mother will finish hoeing the onion patch in time to get dinner Dont Worry Dont worry about something that you think may happen tomorrow you may die tonight and may find you beyond the reach of woary truthfully says an exchange Dont worry over a thing that happen ed yesterday because yesterkay is a hundred years away if you dont be lieve it just try to reach after it and bring it back Dont worry about anything that has happened today be things you cant help because worry ing only makes it worse Dont wor at all If you want to be now and then it wont hurt to go into the sackcloth and ashes business a tie it will do you good But worry worry worry fret fret fret why theres neither sorrow hope patience reformation strength nor resolution in it its merely worry season already a- more coming A YOUNG LIFE t I Within following Yonder hoeing daughter artist because tomorrow ortwenty penitents lit rg A I 11 U LJYS sites y enance 00 tiltll The 9 mark for cattle has been reached at last Two lots of prime cattle sold fur that priCe today which UJKCS a record for nn than years and is the highest price uv i paid in the month of August by a mar gin of a dollar The top prices have been gradually creeping up to this for many months B F Harris the wellknown feeder of Champaign Ill obtained this top price for 28 head of prime Angus steers which averaged 1563 Ibs They had been fed nine months and were considered very prime This was not the only lot that hit the bulls eye S R Selectman of Savannah Mo was here with 24 head of fancy Shorthorns of his own feeding which sold for the same price They were Mr Selectmans own feeding and av eraged liV5 lbs He said it was the last of 500 head which he had fed this season and the highest price he re ceived before wasS75 He marketed some at other markets but regrets that he did not send them all to Chi cago The United Dressed Beef Com pany of New York bought both lots Besides these topnotches there were several loads at 810 so it was the high day of the year by a big majori ty Comparing these prices with a year ago we find that the top last August was SG40 paid for a load of 1001 lb Angus on the 14th It was the second highest price of the year The top in Auitust 1S9G which was a low year was 530 Chicago Drovers Journal Aug 13 ADMINISTRATORS S ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd 1902 at the farm of the J M Iligginbotham near Point Leave in Garrard county Ky 1 will as his ad min istratoi offer at public sale to the highest and best bidder all the farm ing implements stock etc left by said decedent at his death The stock will consist of three 3 yearold mules two 4yearold mules four unbroke mules a lot of hogs and shoates three bay mares one mule colt head of sheep twentyfour yearling cattle three yearling heifers one cow and calf two farm wagons a corn crusher binder double and single plows wheat drills harrows corn drill buckboard and harness and a lot of other farming implements land ma chinery too numerous to mention TERMS All sums of 20 or over on ninety clays time with negotiable notes with approved security payable at the zens National Bank of Lancaster and all sums under 20 cash HIGGINBOTITAM As Admr of JMHigginbothamDecd W P Prewitt Auctr PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT 18 1802 One farm containing about fiG acres located 3 12 miles from Lancaster 1 mile Irom Hubble from Danville and 7 miles from Stan ford lying on old Lancaster mid Danville within 1 mile of i ostofliee two churches and school The place is subject of division one place containing about 9u acres with dwelling of 5 rooms hall bathroom and cellar stock barn 50xCO feet servants house of 2 rooms ice house buggy house nud all outbuildings The second place contains about SO acres with dwelling of 4 rooms hall cistern etc stock barn COxCt feet implement barn tenant house of 2 rooms Both places fronting on pike The place is watered by neverfailing springs and two ponds one of which is the largest and bst i1 Central Kentucky and well stocked with fine lish Uoth stock barns and dwelling are with a fine system of waterworks water being forced by a 2horse power gasoline en giue which is also equipped for cutting feed etc The place has about 70 acres now in corn balance in grass and stubble Fine orchard of bout 1 acres All of place under good fence This place sold separately then as a whole best bid will be accepted Terms will be one third cash balance in one and two years six per cent interest with lIeu retains for balance of purchase money Farm Implements and Stock At seine time and place we will sell the fol lowing towit One Deering binder 1 Deering mower steel hay rake 2 cultivators corn plaii ter with check rower disc harrow disc drill harrow corn sheller large power cutting box ouehalf interest in roller one slide one hog box twohorse wagon spring wagon one cid er mill about 10000 hickory tobacco sticks lot plow and wagon gear twothirds interest in 70 acres corn sheath oats and millet hay 1 red cow fresh 1 Jersey cow 1 red heifer 1 work mare 3 good work mules lot steel netting en ough to build two corn cribs Ioxl0x20 1os session for seeding given at once full January 1 1903 Terms on stock and implements sums under 10 case over that amount credit until Jan 1 1903 without interest Negotiable notes Those desiring to look over place will be shown same by A F Purdom on premises For anv further information address B W Givens Hubble Ky T D English Aucr J S E T MINOR I Splendid Blue Grass Farm AT PUBLIC SALE ON Tueslay September 9ti AT 230 P M I will on the 9th day of September 1902 at 2 SOP M on the premises sell atpnblic auction to the highest bidder GLENBUKXIE the home place of the late Samford Erwin 22CK acres and lying in Lincoln County Ky on tbe Danville and Stanford pike six miles from Danville 4 miles from Stanford and 1J miles from Givens Station on the L N Kailroad This farm is beautifully located splendidly watered and consists of the best quality of black walnut soil Sixtyfive acres are in and the remainder is well set in grass is a good residence on this farm with house carriage house ice house cistern three barns also a large orchard The farm is well fenced thus making it a most home within easy reach of Danville the educational center of Kentucky Terms of sale easy and will be made known ou day of sale ELIZABETH LILLARD ERWIN pExecutrix of Saniford Erwin deceased T DENGLISH Auctioneer y I Ire cattle ALE ils or as decedent onesorrel driving horse GEO T Smile turnpike supplied drawing possession embracing cul- tIvation desirable st T Leii livesixty ittC here OuJol KJIf For A l mn ivr Foloys Hooey and Tar affords im mecliale relief to astbnii sufferers in the worst stages and if laki n in timo will sheet a cure C C 1 R Slonu Many of the Catholic sisters expel ed from their schools in France have appealed to the Vatican for permis sion to come to the United SLates Henry L Shattuck of Shellsbur j 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 33 Mclloberts druggist 1m Three men were killed by a prcma ture explosion of dynamite on the East Alabama railroad 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 lie rubbed the poison off his hands into his eyes and for we were afraid he would lose his sight Finally a neighbor recommen ded 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 Witch Hazel Salve is sure cure Relieves piles at once Beware of counterfeits The price of anthracite coal has jumped to a ton at Indianapolis A Cure for Cholera Infuiitum 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 botte of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I feltsure 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 PUBLIC SALE ON rsday Sept 11th I will offer at public sale my finely improved blue grass farm of 250 acres in West Lincoln County Ky about 2J4 milos east of Huston ville and 1 mile West of MeKinney on C S railroad Hustonville and McKiniify turnpike inning along side of farm This farm and improvements is one of the most beautiful and desirable places in Lincoln County Dwelling is a modern brick and frame metal roof 9 rooms with varanda halls porches etc Outbuildings include two splendid ntnv stock barns with il box stalls 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 aunt fine never failing orchard of choice apple trees huts of apples in it this year This farm has an abundance of never failing water in rock walled ponds About 1 0 acres in blue grass 0 in timothy and 50 in stubble nUll corn Large part of land is good hemp and tobacco land large sugar tree woodland Every is in good repair lass to be seen to be appre ciated It lies square on pike and could be di vided into 2 farms Convenient shippingpoint Payments will be libernlninuiug or years if desired Immediate possjssion if desired At same time and place will sell 117 acres tim her land lying 2 miles south of McKinuey ul o 2 mare mules 4 grade horn cows and calves nice bull about 200 high grade ewes with slioutlulown bucks 10 nice shoats 200 of 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 premises Sale to begin at AM- DSJOHNSTOXE T D ENGLISH Auctioneer All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold from Bronchitis writes J II Johnston of Broughton Ga that I was unable to work Then when everything else failed 1 was wholly cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered 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 SOc and 8100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Drugs store 1m PhyMcIan 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 ITerbine 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and is the latest discovereddigest ant tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults imperfect digestion Large size contains 2V5 times smallsize Book Prt r d by E C OtWITT CO CblCQf l a i d i I hit lay II awhile DeWitts DeWitts 9 Ar containing plenty hrt barrel 9 O misery often intensely diseases satisfaction bottle reconstructing organs and St a st Si 4v iuug 4 I rn rlce5Oc k f t f 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 on drives the malarial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system and restores health SOc at R E McRoberts druggist 1m FAVORITE Most Impsrlaal Events cl the Day Bcilcl Down la Readable Shape Items from Everywhere The War Department has notified Governor Beckham that the amount of Kentuckys SpanishAmerican war clam is 7080O- flicial figures prepared by the chief clerks of the Appropriation of the House and Senate show a grand total of appropriations at the lasl session of Congress of 800024 4 In addition contracts were authorized calling for 227114i5 An organizatien of the apple in the Mississippi valley was form ed in St Louis It is claimed tIm the have been able to dictate pri ces and the object of the organization is to combine the commercial apple growers of the United States and Can adaProf C J Norwood the State of Mines in his report states that the output of Kentucky coal fur 1JOl was o524T12 short tons The increase over lOOt was 040J7 tons The output in 1S80 was 014000 tons The average number of persons em ployed was 078 of whom 32i work undergroundA break for liberty was by three desperate murderers con victs at the Frankfurt penitentiary last week Securing some arms from guards Wallace Bishop Thomas Mul ligan and Lafayette Brooks tied to the building where reed rocking chairs are made capturing Foreman Wills and holding him for a shield and a After a four hour siege the pris oners surrendered Wilbur Hanson a Louisville negro murderer who the mutineers was shot in the shoulder during the siege and Mulli gan was also wounded As the con victs marched out to surrender Bishop made a suspicious move and was fa tally shot Brooks being hit by one of the charge of buckshot John Sadler shot and probably wonded Albart Christopher in Logan county this morning He surrenderedAn will be asked in the case of Willam McCartv sentenced to hang for wife murder at Lexington IT WILL BE RIGHT I- IP YOU SEND YOUR I- UDSDRY WORK TO US I We defy any competitor 1 to turn out more satisfac j tory work than ours A PROMPTNESS 4 WOODWORK GENERAL SATISFACTION I make a specialty of 4 Family Washing this de 4 partment being under the 4 sole charge of ladies 4 Danville Steam Laundry I SMITH CURttEY Agents 4 Lancaster Ky J A Good Business Stand FOR SALE Having dcscidcd to retire from the merchan tile business on account of failing health we will offer at private sale our stock of General Merchandise in the town of Bryantsville Ky Said stock is in good condition and consists of about Five thousand dollars worth of good merchantile goods Will also sell our store house and lot of a bout one acre of land said stoore room is 2C x 102 feet with II 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 feet a good stable and Kuggy house n large deep Cistern coal house Poultry house and Tens and any one wishes to engage in the Merchnn tile busines 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 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 good dry cellar a good cistern with pump on poarch at kitchen door The most conveuien house in 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 Ir Gel1eraJt I 4 Committees jo Inspector hostage I joined I fatally prompt thc action the Ii ver FOR WEAK WOMEN I I Ve GO etc- H h importance 1 I News Nctes 1 grows bbere St i Ill kMERcEs I L 1S 65 Sat c L d Sr44fdFpVCfL A friend in need is a friend in deed The final test of friend ship is deeds not words not promises but performance When Mrs RufF refers to Dr Favorite Prescription as a good friend to women she speaks out of a wide experience the merits Pierces of t1u a When her was hanging in I the balance it j brought back to health As Director the German Or p h a n s Home she has time and again to test its power in the result she says Our great rem edy for female trouble i s Dr I Vi UlaL 5 her- I opportunity womanlydiseases nicuicute Favorite v my home writes ilrs L Dirertor of Crrman Orpn resiiTing at v Towena Viv Midi I t it anl friend t f t the battlr 1 ease won my back to ltthen I lae been r We frequently bane our Home who are st ight to Ruff Home Detroit a brie I Press iLr I r e Z nst arM I since frLrJ g t tis Evr ill Ii mutT ssme ti cu with favorite Prescription have found nothing that would so quickly cure the dis ease relieve inflammation and stop pain weakening drains heals inflam women strong sick women well Five years ago when my life was hanging the balance Dr Pierces PIerCeS Ve I I curesfemaleIt Prescription That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 LexingtoI Ky H LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky Ve 1 are held as strictly private and the written confidences are guarded by the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr Fierce and his staff in sonal consultations with weak sick women at the Invalids tel and Surgical Institute Buf falo X Y Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Or Pfers x riemsni Psffefs arcmost dcfirzklG laxative fop I ofwomen f pert 1 i fits delic31 Wotrtel Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Pheirix ot Uroolvlyn Milwaukee 3Ierciiauts New York Liverpool London Go o North liritfek 3Ierdiantile Revrnscntin FU1iijll G01llDani 8 Aetll Life Ins Go gf RatfDrCsi L KNA1Rll snppflrZjith1th QueenS U nil rwri ter 1S LEWIS Y LKAVELL President J S KOBIXSOBC Yiee Pros fe ORGANIZED ISS I The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK f f Of ZA3YASTJJ JCF CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS 10080 S I B F HUDSON Cashier fW O RIOXEY Asst Cashr C D WATKKK IJookkeeper t Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attentionv I DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson j J J Walker T 31 Arnold W io0 00 r 0 i I o j xx0 S t 4 S First Class Painting Haying 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 6 r matt is I r Pierces 1avorre Ilcsrripo and we hav onn l o far which v ild so quickly rre dis ease reTitvc in fiaimaatkta a n 1 It is a good friend to TV onten are invited to consult Doctor Pierce by letter Ct it Ln n n t rcat- rin L al trouT J I Sickwomen fn ts tit tu- niors aiuic a- tic tr nothing All isttpra TO POULTRY RAISERS Ise ROYAL 1OfLTRY MIXTlRKagiur antied cure for Iliolera aiul Kini an 1 i won KrfnU producer K YAL Lit E KJLLEK the insect Kstroyer knwn Try them Thats tilt tot Agent wanted tatou oraddrv Arie smith General Agent Len eater Ky Vim yy S BEAZUEYIDEHSTTTST Office over Dr Kinnairrfsapvo site IrvsbyttTian church DanviHe street J E ROBLXSON Attorney At Law LANCVSTKR KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages greatest t ucrry The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SUIULTJS 10000 A R DEXXY President E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr K T Embry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex U Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes AV II Kinnaird Q I will go to the city before long to buy goods and you know I NEED THE MONEY YOU OWE ME Dont force me to dun you but do the right thing by paying me now SALLIE D TILLETT i 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 001 I493 2 4 g 1JOhN 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 ilJa JJfJijIJ l i i j 1 I