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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 LANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEPT 4 1902 lI CENTRAL RECORDTlCI1TBRSTII llUR NUMBBBtl A 0000000 0Q00 0 SI o 0 0 I Wheat 0 Drills 00oo rH1o 0 All sold by JI 0 0s 0g Rohan OOOt Q 0 0 0 Q Q 4 P 0 0 Q E 0O 0O 0 JABEAZUEYGO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNTIWE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON f Q Attorney At Law 0 t Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of SSOO and upward j i j I r t t f 0000000 w Q 0 i JO 004000- Q Q OOOrJO00vO0C000 ITS ii TO YOU We have never seen a more spirit shown than has come out in the hotel and opera house matter Out of about persons approach ed the subject only three or declined to contribute and as stated last issue only a few more dollars are necessary Every one feels and knows the town is a back number now and is painfully aware of the light in which we stand to strangers and vis itors As soon as definite steps are taken we are going to publish the pa per taken around as we believe the outside world should be shown what liberal hearted public spirited citizens Lancaster has Thirteen men gave one hundred dollars each and several of them have no property on the Square or even in town Such a gen erous spirit is indeed commendable and those who contributed any sum should be held up to the world as an example Coal promises to be high this winter Lay it in now School takes up Monday and the urchin is in misery Nearly every negro who could raise the funds went to the Stanford fair The street committee is having some much needed work done Keep it up A gang of boys arc rapidly cleaning the brick on the hotel lot and ricking them The watermelon season is about over Some line ones were raised in this locality Engineer Henry Lammers is back on his run and looks much improved by his vacation Some think the localoption election is a dead cock in the pit as nothing more has been heard of it Dove shooters say it is almost im possible to get within shooting dis tance of the birds The drill broke again yesterday and caused some delay The well is now near six hundred feet deep IfiiM ISvery liny Mr Fox the photographer is with great success in his gallery here and is busy every trip Telephone him and male a date and you will not be disapointed During the month of September he will only come on Friday LtenlS of IJocal Interest I meeting I 1 tw ent five ill foe A Grab Sale We have one hundred packages of Merchandise that will sell each Every one of these packages contain good desirable Merchandise that cost more than one dollar at wholesale and some oi them cost more than 1000 We desire to clean tip 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 and another a Silk Waist Pattern worth 400 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 Waist for each We guarantee to you that no package contain 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 CO K Lancaster Kentucky 9 t we for I 100 J f 1 Jf ii1 1it ii iitsi iiits1 iili e 9 43 Twelve negroes were indicted for vagrancy The whole lot at auction would not bring seventylive cents The Teachers Institute is in session at the court house We are forced to postpone further mention til next issue Miss Dove R Harris and M Logan are in the city this week intr fall millinery for Logan Dry Goods Co ScrnHhe urchins to school Monday as it causes much inconvenience to the faculty to have them strolling in after classes are made up There were several scraps in Sunday but as we always feel for a poor devil who gets too much iiquor aboard no names will be given If you want to go to Danville or Stanford in a closed neat and upto date easy riding carriage call Alex Miller and he will take you very reas onably Please remember all lengthy are charged for at live cents per line As long as you avoid personalities and pay the bill our columns are open to the public The Ladies Cemetery Society will meet in the Masonic lodge rooms next Monday afternoon at 530 oclock and all are earnestly requested to be Bryan at II lull Bridge lion W 1 Bryan will deliver a nonpolitical address at the Palisades High Bridge September 14th rates will be made on all railroads Make Tlicm Vork A number of negroes were indicted for vagrancy This is a good idea as cold weather will set in soon and the action of the jury may induce some of the trilling clement to work and not depend upon charity during the winter Fine Prospect T J Hatcher is selling a great copies of his famous picture Lees cabinet the Confederate Capitol etc Mr Hatcher has had it copy righted and has line prospects for making money The picture is nicely gutter up and is very attractive Flue Kcport Bro Robinson left Tuesday don the seat of the annual Confer rence It is said he carries up one of the finest reports the church has ever made As it is conference Sunday there will be no preaching at the Methodist church on next Sabbath Bishop Morrison will be presiding Bishop this year I r IIobKoii Improving Richmond Register Dr V II Hobson who has been at St Josephs Hospital Louisville has successfully passed through the operation for and is now rapidly improv ing lIe writes that he will spend a few days with his brother Judge J P Hobson at Frankfort but will return about the end of the week ready to resume his practice RallardIIcst At the residence of Mr I C Rucker on depot street Mr R D Ballard and Mrs Mary Best were united in Monday evening They went at once to the residence of the groom near Bryantsville The groom of Garrards most prominent farmers and the bride a widely known and popular lady She is the widow of the late Ebenezer Best Card ol Thanks I wish to say to my many friends that have so kindly rendered me their services during the Drs recent and since his death may heartfelt thanks 1 have no language to my appreciation of same but I pray Gods richest blessings upon them all Mrs Dr Armstrong Bryants villo Ky Bro Barnes In Itlchmoud The Register says Rev George O Barnes the wellknown evangelist who has been friends in Danville and Stanford for several weeks is in the city the guest of Mrs R E Little Mr Barnes was made an elder in theChristianCath olic church under Dr Dowieof lie will hold services at the during his stay in this city On to the Hone Yard Kentucky at least some parts of it may boast of her fine horses but we will venture the assertion that there are more old sicklylooking stacks of bones around Lancaster than any town in the state We heard some strangers commenting on the matter the other des and one of them asked the writer what was raised principal ly in this locality We told him Hell and tanbark but he said he was in the matter as he heard we raised corn hay oats etc We told him he was correct Well said he What do you do with it Judging from the horses I see beaten and thrashed across the Square you must ship much provender from here Now what could we say E ery minute in the day some old bony animal is almost the death to make him drag an old rattletrap vehicle across the Square People who will work ani mals without giving them proper food are as mean as the devil and would skin a flea for its hide and tallow e buy- r communications present Special go to for Lon illness express appendicitis marriage visiting Iris recently Chicago court- House serious beaten I Mrs J many icon driven a it At the Presbyterian church Mr Alex R Denny was made an Elder and Messrs Arch Kavanaugh Solon Henry and S C Denny elected Deacons These are in addition to the officers already serving IVIaiiy Should be Thankful The Winchester Democrat deals out this paragraph that sounds very like warning Suppose a every time he hears a man criti cise him or his paper in public should retaliate by holding up to public gaze the faults and shortcoming of said faultfinder what would be the result The editor may not know it all but he does not live in a community without knowing a deuced sight more than he publishes JIIrIii1 otliiim Sale At J M Iligginbothams sale Tues day everything sold well Corn at 1 55 in the shock 55 sheep sold at 225 per head 25 yearling steers brought 070 work horses 10 to 7o 2yearold mules 50 to 100 J C Fox bought a pair of 4yearold mules for 2iO Bob Brown pair aged mules for 104 The sale was cried by W P Prewitt and a good crowd was in at tendance Danville Advocate Col J R Dodds was in Lancaster and says the people over there have lost all hope of the extension of the Southern rail way The enterprise and enthusiasm shown by the Danville people was a deadly blow to Lancaster However is only just to say that Editor Lan dram and a number of the other en terprising Lancaster citizens made a good tight but they were not sulk ciently backed The benefit which will be general and there is hardly a citizen in the city who will not to some extent realize the good results Heres A Pointer Unless the new hotel is built it will not be long before the night trains will be taken oil One of the told us travel to Lancaster had fallen off over onehalf Mr Hood the superintendent told us these trains were run to Rowland principally for the accommodation of Lancaster tray el as none to amount to anything came from other points on the Row land branch This being the case of course the trains will go back to the compitiy saving much money by doing so This is a straight tip Wouldnt we be in a tine fix without the night trains Print Shop Troubles Monday morning job work began to roll in and by noon the job hook was as big as a bale of hay As usual every fellow wanted his work right away Our foreman Shelby Tribble showed up quite side and we were left almost helpless The editor Capt White and Lenny Miller waded inand by the hardest this issue is sent out We have telephoned for another man and things will soon be back in Mr Tribble was forced to to his mothers in Richmond and his many friends trust that he will soon be well and back at work Ulaccabee Ficilic Lancaster Tent K O T M will give a picnic to the members of the Order and their families of this and adjoining counties in Mr Erasmus Dunns woodland near Bettis store on the new Danville turnpike road on Wednesday September 17th 1002 A bountiful dinner will be spread and the State Commander and other of the order will deliver addresses All members of this Tent are urged to be present on the next regular night on Wednesday Sept 10th to make final arrangements s42t Lewis L Walker Comder Sortie Flue Grapes Capt S D VanPelt of Danville was here Saturday and gave us some of the finest grapes we ever saw grow in this section They are the Niagara variety very sweet and large As soon as the bunches are well he places a paper bag over them and this keeps off bees birds and in sects It also improves the flavorand the grape matures perfectly It is a tedious job to cover every bunch but it pays in the long run to do so Capt VanPelts daughter Mrs George C Linney of St Louis was with him Saturday Former Garrard Man The St Louis Republic publishes the following from Columbia Mo James L Stephens Sr father of S W Stephens proprietor of bia Herald and one of the pioneer citizens of Boone county died at his home here this morning at the age of 87 years No citizen of the county has been more largely identified with its history and interests than has Mr Stephens He was born in Garrard county Kentucky November 17 1815 and re moved with his father Elijah Ste phens in the fall of 1819 te Boone county Missouri Few if any of Co lumbias business men have done more to extend the business of Colum bia None has been more generous toward public improvements Mr Stephens was married February G 1844 to Miss Amelia Hockaday of Fulton They had two children E W Stephens and Mrs Anna Smith In 1880 Mr Stephens was elected State Senator upon the Democratic ticket from the district composed of Audrain Boone and Galloway counties He was a member of the Baptist church newspaperman long- rhlults lip securing conductors Livingston shipshape return members meeting developed the Colum Sunday tete Chen r s Are you for Lancaster enterprises or some outoftown 41144 nowyou speculation Was Already Among the Best The Kentucky Colonel which was recently launched at Mt Vernon has been sold to the Signal which has been established there for years the fact that it takes experience to run a paper the same as other business people will rush in and start them in the face of certain defeat It takes grit and money to run a paper and lots of both Mr AI bright is making extensive in his plant and will enlarge the Signal He is a mighty clever boy and is giving his people mighty good service efforts should be appreciated AVas a Popular Employee In describing the railroad wreck in which William Purdom of this was killed the Shelbyville says Purdom the dead whose home was in Lancaster was riding on a gondola car when the crash came While he was instantly killed his companion Oldham who was seated beside him at the time unhurt although it is a miracle how he saved himself Purdoms was crushed into a pulp and it considerable effort to extricate it from the wreck His remains were prepared for burial and were sent Tuesday to his relatives in Garrard county Purdom was unmarried and was very popular with his aasociates They Will Happen A scholar came into our ollice the other day spread a Herald out before us and placed his finger on the word bury spelled with two rs If this gentlemanjvas familiar with the working of newspaper and could see the prootreader with ten or twelve columns waiting to be read and three or four printers hurrying him so that they may correct and arrange it into pages and the office devil yelling Well have to work all night to get liner out on time he woud not be so critical says the Ilarrodsburg Herald Every type in a newspaper is picked up and arranged one at a time and the wonder is that papers appear week after week without an error Every line in the Youths Companion one of the model papers of America is read by fourteen different proofreaders each a walking encyclopedia and still an occasional turned letter or er ror occurs Printers like others will make mistakes Only last week the editor of the Hancock Ky Clarion wrote that Mrs Porch who died near that place left 109 descendants and the printer set it up 109 children The proofreader overlooked it and the editor went fishing until the irate relatives cooled off dont Notwithstanding improvements Ills county escaped required I Sentinel brakeman body inside The town is full of pretty this week Till RECORD has Messrs D O Jackson and J II Still well of Larue county have been here this week in the interest of the Na tional Souvenir Art Co Stlodoc Kasoii In Vrtck Danville Advocate A small wreck occurred on the Cincinnati Southern just across the Kentucky line near Dayton Tenn yesterday morning caused by a rear end collision between a freight and passenger No 4 The mail car was badly damaged Mr J T Eason mail clerk who resides here with the other clerks had a narrow escape but was only slightly bruised The story of the wreck had grown to enormous proportions by the time it reached here It was currently re ported that ten persons were killed and 20 wounded The pipe dream caused the waste of a large amount of sympathy which should have been held in cold storage for the real thing Wonder What This An agent visited a number of prop erty owners Friday to secure options on their places says the Ilarrodsbarg Herald Mrs Priest was offered 5500 for her property on East street and Randell Litsey was offered a fair price for his pasture adjoining her and Mr A Ringold was asked to fix a price on his home on Cane Run street The agent was asked whom he represented and in answer to the inquiry said If I tell you you will know as much as I do It was stated later that he was acting for Lancaster people who will put up for the right of way from this place to the Garrard capital This may be the case for all the property on which efforts were made to secure options lies on the east side of the town the route it would necessarily prefer if it goes to Lancaster This looks like the Salt river route which is west of town and which would if the road is extended to is not being considered On the other hand a number claim that whether the extension is made or not the road through town is to be straightened and as the propert mentioned lies close to the long curve this surmise may be the correct one The agent informed us that if the road is straightened it will run thro the Payne farm and cross the pike just below the Polk placehit the Ringold and Wiseman property on Cane Run street and on through the ball park In this event the pas senger depot will be located on Dallas Chinn property or on the old Chambers place just opposite Look at the label on this paper schoolteachers prettyteachers Means bused Danville Lexington e e ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge I am a candidate for the Democratic nation jud eshlp of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky com j ose l of thecountf of IJoyle Garnml Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLEY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chad A Hardin us a candidate before the Democratic party as Commouwoalth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District Spend Your Money at Home In a financial way the community prospers most that has most to sell A family with a fixed income which buys more than the amount of that income must fall in debt and learn from their extravagance the bitter meaning of the word poverty This everybody knows and tries generally to provide against But it does not seem that everybody realizes so well that it is the same with any commu tyas well as a family that the town that spends more than it produces or sells cannot thrive that the county that imports more than it sends from its limits must soon come to be in a bad way that the State will be back ward which buys heavily abroad and sells nut little beyond its own that the nation will grow poor against which the balance of trade continually weighs Here of course we are not immediately concerned with the whole countrynor even with the whole State but we are directly concerned with this economic princi pie in our own neighborhood We should as a community try not to buy from abroad more than we can sell abroad This does not mean we must stop buying but we must buy at home when we can The man in Our own community into whose hand we put the price of a homepurchased commodity is better disposed and better exactly to the amount of that price to purchase in turn some commodity of ouisor of a neigh bor who will buy a commodity of ours Money spent at home always comes back in part money spent abroad apt to stay abroad for it is surely made to feel welcome there Nelson Record Will lie Take the Stump Governor said a Louisville Eve ning Post reporter carefully sidestep ping up to Guy Bradley it is rumor ed that you are going to take the stump this campaign no t O t i But is there any truth in it Goy And the interview was over Lancaster without the hotel and op era house is likeunto a pair of breeches with the gable end gone for tilt boundaries is ernor nom i abler Ding Dong Ding Dong The school bell will be ringing again in a few days and we want to fix your boy up in good style for school and are going to of fer Our Entire Line of Knee Suits At until Sep 20th We want to make room for our Fall Stock Bring your boy in and we will give Suits from SOcts up to 390 We also have a nice line of School Shoes for Girls and Boys at rockbottom prices H T LOGAN The OnePrice Clothier and Furnisher mmmmmmr I I E you 5 tc b I i c c UiUiUiUIUiUi iU aU jiUiUW iUiUi iU iUiU iUWU rr rr r 1 rI r r L 1 F r Cost- aa r r r r- T 1 1l- i 1 IiUI- r DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE 1 grI1JrnliJi filJl- li l- c I jjj i ISURRIEStij1 BUGGIES 1 PWEfONS If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can and at 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 buy a p WAGON GEAR BREECIIING TRACES COLLARS c ROMANS ELMORED LLCENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClas Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Sept 4 IQOZ WHENEVER some of our brother ed itors run out of copy they begin to throw slurs at theKentucky Press As sociation The fact of the matter is there are a few editors in the state who have probably been noticed by some high mogul probably rode on the same train with the govornor of the state or perhaps put up at the ho tel where Buffalo Bill once stopped or perchance Carrie Nation once made a bustle of a copy of their paper and now theyhave a severe case of the big head and dont want to associate with us poor white trash The Press As sociation accomplished more good for the craft in three months last winter than did all the old timers during the years they paraded around dead head making flowery speeches and drinking fine wines furnished by the towns visited Theres one thing we want to say and that is while the new comers may not be as brainy or their blood as blue as the oldtimers yet we will blanked if the boys dont stay sober while running all over the coun try Whether this has always been the case we are not prepared to say but we heard some of Hendersons oldest inhabitants hint at the mat ter MIL EMMETT LOGAN the brilliant editor of the Louisville Times has purchased a farm down near Bowling Green and after a while will lay down the pen to take up the grubbin hoe We understand tater digging will not require his absence from the Times editorial columns and with thousands of other readers of that up totheminute paper are mighty glad of it When he locates out in the hills and wants the best family and fire side journal on earth he can get THE RECORD one year for two bushels of taters and a mess of beans payable in advance A NEW YORK society woman gave a farmyard dinner Wednesday Green sod covered the table which was twenty feet square Live ducks swam in a pond in the middle and chickens and two little pigs foraged in thegrass The room was set as a country scene City sawsciety likes to poke fun at we Rubes out here in the country It must have been great to see that stuffed dyspeptic bonton crowd One of our corn dodgers and a streak of fat bacon would discount their teas all hollow and we wouldnt give one good roastin earfor all their with the people thrown in THERE is a good story going the rounds to the effect that on the recent jaunt of the Kentucky Press Associa tion to the north a Northern editor asked one of the Kentuckians if he was married He answered that he was and that he had three children and that next July he is going to cele brate the Fourth f rill fralls THE fatal automobile continues to get the line under its tail run off and kill people Heres where we poor folks find consolation however as its only the rich who can afford the ma chines If the vehicles will wipe away some of the rich guys they will prove a godsend to the country but the class we refer to are too stingy to buy them ABRAHAM LINCOLN says do not wor ry eat three square meals a day say your prayers be courteous to your creditors keep your digestion good steer clear of billiousness exercise go slow and go easy If Abe will only come back and furnish the three square meals a day we can skirmish around and follow the rest of his ad SAM SMALL one of the many preach erfakes now roaming the country got on a big drunk up in Vermont and to gain a little notoriety stood up like a man and said I was drunk thats all It takes lots of study for crank preachers and barnstormer actors to get into print but they must do it or lose trade THE next time our county has a fair are going to send some six or eight pages of closely written typewriter copy to the city dailies with the that they are at liberty to use same in your valuable paper and en close one free ticket in payment for same Turnabout is fair play PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has just re turned from a trip through New Eng land In theatrical parlance he play ed to good business large crowds coming to hearevery speech Wonder if these big roosters knock off any of their salaries while off on such jaunts THERE was a big fight on the streets of Cynthiana last week and as we didnt receive our copy of the last is sue of the Democrat the supposition is that Jim Allen took to the woods We hope he will soon return as his is our favorite exchange T ROOSEVELT give Thos B Reed a big jolly the other day What She big man from Maine will do for T at the next republican convention will make the rough rider wish he hadnt MONDAY was Labor Day and the hardest task the horneyhanded men have had in some oime was having to listen to some of the speeches made to them A Bowling Green undertaker buried 36 people in 31 days when he of the sad smile went raving crazy Some people cant stana prosperity ONLY fiftytwo out of 12000 Chica go men attend church according to an evangelists statistics Chicago is evidently wideawake place Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m It gets I vice statement pinchedsnuff To Be Sold 2 Disc Plows 2 Disc Harrows 1 Disc Wheat Drill K F POSTLE AT COST i CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost OFF TOO LONG DONT PUT IT R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky XilfiiriJffJlWJ fiffj1L JgJfiiffifffllilflJtflillfjfjYiJ WffflffYllY T0Y T llJrj XeJJ ll JIfl1jrifi 01lffri Jr 0 0 M0 a o 4 r1 E 9 ifjWFifrtfff rJ 0 000 oo 0 oooY o ooooooo o o o oooo oo ooo ozo o e+ Out in theCounty N N A Budget o News from Various Points in Garrard Gathered by Energetic Reporters PBEACHEBSYILLB J M Cress sold some hogs to Tom Elkin for GJc Menifee Elmore sold a calf to Walt er Pettus for 6 J M Cress bought a fat cow from J L Kennedy at 31c Jones Bros sold a span of mules to Tuck Hubble for 200 J P and Sam Ballard bought a bunch of nice togs in Rockcastle county last week at J B Hutchins and Mrs Maggie Sut tou is attending the Institute at Lan caster this week M F Boler has sold his farm about 39 acres to Cary Ander son for 35 per acre TV P Grimes who was born and raised here will move to Stanford educate his children The protracted meeting at Harmo ny conducted by Rev Ira Parton as sisted by Rev Pickard is still going on and much good is being done twenty hav joined the church to date John Anderson has returned from Corbin and is clerking for J L Hutch in Miss Lena Hobbs was a very welcome visitor in our town Sunday J W Cummins has returned from Virginia where he has been visiting his sister W T Pherigo and family have been visiting relatives here for a few days F F Cummins who is clerking at Corbin was here Sunday Rev J S Ragan of North Carolina Conference is visiting his father G G Ragan who is real sick at this time Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson will leave for Georgetown in a few days to enter school Sam Ramsey and Miss Jennie Naylor who mar ried week have gone to house keeping in Mrs Duvalls house Rev H Cockerill of Louisville was here last week seeing after his farm STONY POINT Mr Jesse Dunn superintendent of the Sunday School was unable to be present last Sunday Mr J A Arnold of this place had to dismiss his school at White Hall for two weeks on account of sickness among the pupils Mr Sam Hurt has recovered from an attack of malarial fever Misses Eliza and Ettie Calico returned home a few days ago from a pleasant visit to relatives in Edenton Mrs Clair Traylor and Mrs U D Simpson visited Mrs J A Arnold Saturday Miss Katherine Arnold is visiting relatives- at Gilberts Creek Mr Joe Arnold took dinner wills relatives Friday MT HEBRON Delayed Letter Mr Philip McMillion bought a farm of Mr Cheatham price 650 Mr Luther Montgomery is sick with fever F TV Montgomery is also very much from a cut on his limb The little son of Mr and Mrs Andy Adams died Sunday night from scarlet fever The remains were in terred in the Mt Hebron cemetery Monday afternoon Born to the wife of F W Montgomery on the 22nd a Hi pound number of the good Baptists attended the Association at Shawne Bend church in Mercer county last week All report a pleasant trip and from all accounts the land must have been flowing with milk and honey Mrs Telitha Scrivener and two sons Jesse and Henry of Stanford spent part of last week with Mrs Jas Stone Messrs Caldwells of Maynes burg and Cleveland Spratt of Boones Creek were the guests of Mr Willie Onstott a part of last week Mr Alex Dean and family attended the Dean reunion at Sulphur Springs Miss Eva Allen who has been quite sick is improving slowly Take Care of the Stomach The man or woman whose digestion is perfect and whose stomach performs its every function is never sick Kodol cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach and cures positively and per manently all stomach troubles indi gestion and dyspepsia It is the won derful reconstructive tonic that is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment the food they eat Rev J H Holla day of Holladay Miss writes Kodol has cured me I consider it the best remedy I ever used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles I was given up by physicians my life Take it meals 1m lIlt lie containing suffering boyA 1 Kodolsayed aft t last i i We have just received new line fa 1 Ginghams and Percales The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet at the regular time the 3rd Friday night Sept 19th at Odd Fellows Hall Every member please come and try to bring some one with you Meetings free anti open to the public O T Wallace Pres You can secure some great bargains at our Grab Sale The Logan Dry Goods Co I wish to inform the people that are indebted to Dr T C Armstrong to call and settle at once Mrs Dr Armstrong Admx Bryantsville Ky s4lt A man can take a day off but his rent goes on just the sane Tax payers do not have to settle foi the pavements made of good inten tions 21 Years A Dyppcptic R H Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without re lief recently I got a bottle of Ilerbine bottle cured me I am now off on the second I have recom mended it to my friends it curing them too 50c at R E drug store im The steamboat pilot doesnt get mad when you tell him he has wheels Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of common cold there is chilliness sneezing throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded respira tion Give frequent small doses of Bal lards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and at the first sign of a croupy cough apply frequently Bal lards Snow Liniment externally to the throat 50c at R E McRoberts im The picture of a dead gossip ought to be in the form of a past tell Fortune Javors A Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without appetite I began to use Dr Kings New Life Pills writes TV P White head of Kennedale Tex and soon felt like a new man Infallible in stomach and liver troubles Only 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m People with sore feet are generally obliged to acknowledge the corn Not Doomed For Life I was treated for threeyears by good doctors writes W A Greer McCon nellsvilleO for Piles and Fistula but when all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores E tuptions Salt Rheum Piles or no pay 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Could the barber get a job in a mil linery shop as head trimmer A Piirsona Noble Act I want all the world to know writes Rev C J Budlong of Ashavvay R I what a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great for many years For a genuine allaround cure they excel anything I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidney and Stomach trou les Dont fail to try them Only 25 cts Satisfaction is guaranteed by R E McRoberts drug store Ini A large salary is never a small with anybody A Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds W H Brown of Leesvill Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave and soon curedhim He writes I sleep soundly every night Like mar velous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Cough Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts brug store 1m The march of progress cannot be purchased at a music store- A Certain Cure For Dyemery and Diar rhoea Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip says FL Taylor of New Albany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and on the route I made the trip suc cessfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost com pletely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me Sold by R E McRoberts druggist 1m s Notice deceased occasionally lOne tapering is sore drugstore suffering consideration Boy Instant relief the LaceyviUe lone It no y Beware of The Knife No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery but it should not be used except where necessary In cases of piles fur example it is seldom needed De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures quick ly and permanently Unequalled for cuts burns bruises wounds skin Accept no counterfeits I was so troubled with bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strength says J Phillips Paris Ill DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a short time Soothes and heals 1m The marriage did she marry him Lingering Summer Colila Dont let a cold run at this season Summer colds are the hardest kind to cure and if neglected may linger along for months A long siege like this will pull down the strongest constitution One Minute Cough Cure will break up the attack at once Safe sure acts at once Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis all throat and lung The children like it 1m Sometimes a woman thinks she is dressed for the occasion when she does not look it A Sad Disappointment Ineffective liver medicine is a disap pointment but you dont want to purge strain and break the glands of the stomach and bowels DeWitts Little Early Risers never disappoint They cleanse the system of all poison and putrid matter and do it so gently that one enjoys the pleasant effects They are a tonic to the liver Cure biliousness torpid liver and prevent fever 1m The shopkeepers definition of a per feet who never asks the price of anything but buys it Devoured 1 y Worms Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abun dantly The entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not but devoured by worms A few dos es of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease and begin to thrive at once very much to the sur prise and joy of the mother 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m What the Irishman thought was the Spirit of TO whisky twenty six years old lUiscd From the Dead C W Landis Porter for the Or iental Hotel Chanute Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neu ralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I had deposed of my bottle I was cured entirely I am tellnde truth too 25c 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts druggist 1m The dentist declares that his work is often interfered with by a womans tongueFeet Swollen to Immense Size I had kidney trouble so bad says J J Cox of Valley View Ky That 1 couldnot work my feet were swollen to immense size and I was confined bed and physicians were unable to give me any relief My doctor finally prescribed Foleys Kidney Cure which made a well man of me Sold by C C J E Stornies 1m The newspaper may not have a spine but it usually has a personal column Doctor Could Not Help lies I had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Shel ton Wash and the doctors could not help me I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and the very first dose gave me relief and I am now cured I cannot say too much for Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m The elevator man has many a call down although his position is A Communication- v Mr Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medecine which has completely relieved S Brock man Bagnell Mo This remedy is for sale by R E McRoberts druggist The smart lawyer thinks hes some when it comes to the summing up The standard of beauty is oue which we are all willing to march under Water Cure for Chronic Constipation Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two alter each meal Take lots of outdoor walk ride or drive Make a regular habit of thisand in many cases chronic may be cured without the use of any medicine When a is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by B E McRoberts druggist absolutely questionWhy ladyone assimilated crying tom elevating meW exercise constipation purgative diseases troubles C hours flue a za r 1 The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS an Varnishes Brushes Etc i Handsomest line of I s WALL PAPERS we have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store 0 We are now located On Danville Street0 Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store ALL GOODS FIRE WERE DESTROYED BY US We will continue as before to handle only the best at the lowest prices Make our store your headquarters We will appreciate your coming Telephone us your order and we will deliver it promptly and appreciate your favor FrisTDies Drug4 Store 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 Office Phoenix Hotel 13 DD ROUND TRIP JOHN D POTTS A G P A GEO W BARNEY D P A THE LEADING DAILY OF THE BLUE GRASS REGION IS 1 THE MORNIN6 HERALD 1 Of Lexington Kentucky It has the full Associated PressDespatches Special Correspondents cover log the Blue Grass full Market Reports accurate and reliable news fromall the oil fields Base Ball and sporting news a Society and Womans Page of great interest special articles on every question of general interest Its Editorial Paste is recognized as the best in the State y I every subscriber who pays six months in advance C I It is now giving with its Sunday paper the beautiful series of STAGE S- mZZ I FAVORITES issued by the Burr McIntosh Studio every one of them worth I SCT I a dollar p II Now Is the time to Subscribe 3OO for Six Months II IS f THE LEXINGTON PUBLISHING CO HP- ostolfico Box 356 Lexi to Ky JIT W C P H TMUDQE President DIBHA BaiacuiRiDai Manager 2 o 0 0S S Ot 0 g 2 0 0 0 0 DAMAGED BY THE 2 i I o 0o 0 o i 2 0 2 0 4 I 0 3 S I JAND TtYtttyyytTtttttttttt1 Yttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt It now offers a MAP OF KENTUCKY the latest and best published to E jU1WW1Uil1U1U WWWWW 1UWWW1U1UWW 000 Oe OHO as OC 000c o c i Q 0 p 0p 0 0 0 O 0o 0 0 o 0 0 00 000 0oooc o1oco coca a a ao a o C w ww w ear w b STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN- on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES J fu zf 1 1m t 1S CONTEST I Hardwrre fMM1-k 1 I t IT 1 II Dunn 22- E II Walker J O Fox 1 Robinson 17 1 F White 17 Tohn Bourne 17 Frank Tierce W It Gook 31 A K Walker 15 Root lliirton 11 33 Andrew Thompson 12 the Arnold 12 C A rnold 21 B 17 1 C 72 20 r f Gulls JB Parks 12 J IS Ruble 12 J Y Robinson 11 Lewis Thompson 10 W B Denny 37 J 15 Warner 10 J A Sanders 9 A 1 Ford 3 Win Royston 3 E BSutton 1 Robt Burnside 3 Yantis 4 1 Wm Hay 1 T L n Gulley J S Robinson H Counting Kinnard i A Denny Conttee- Robt Gossip About People v v x A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc In Miss Stella Ballou of Stanford is the guest Of Mrs II M Ballou Rich mond aveil no Miss Jennie Shumate of Danville is the guest of her friend Miss Olivia S veeney Mr Goodloe Lackey and charming daughter Miss Vesta left Monday for their home in Kansas City Mrs Sam Ilasclden left Monday for Nicholasville to visit her parents and attend the fair Mrs Erasmus Dunn who has been visiting her sister Mrs Ellis Bettis of Lexington has returned home Misses Cotton of Danville have boon visiting Miss Lena Eigney Miss Carrie Curry has been visiting relatives in Danville Ashby Warren of Stanford has been with his aunt W 0 Bradley Mrs W R Cook and son Robertson have returned from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs II C Payne of Lexington is the guest ol Miss Jane Hopper Miss Alma Carson who has been principal of the school for fourteen years at Guthrie Oklahoma has been visiting Mrs Belle Burnside Miss Margaret Noel is visiting rela tives in Cincinnati Mr Charles Doty of Lexington has been here with relatives Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs D M Lack ey for a few days Miss Theo Hemphill was a charm Ing hostess Thursday evening at a lawn party in honor of her pretty guest Miss Vague Lillard of Danville The house was decorated with vases of flowers ferns and palms The yard looked pretty with Japanese lanterns where seats were arranged for the guests At 10 oclock refreshments were served of ices and cakes Mr Will Goodloe of Paris visited s Jennie Lackey Sunday Messrs Cobb aud Sallee of Danville were visitors here Sunday Mr and L Jennings of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Miss Jessie Powell of IIustonvilleis the guest of Miss Katie Simpson at the Mason Hotel Misses Delph of Louisvillearc with relatives here A delightful little dance was given I am making a Great Cut on in order to make room for Fall Goons I am now selling regardless of cost H 91 Ballon V Irs her sister Mrs R f OUHNSWAR t t t 4 t I l p 1 r I Friday evening at the Mason hotel in honor of the visiting young ladies Miss Mattie Mae Robinson enter tained 1riday evening with a lawn party The house was decorated beau tifully Mid the young girls looked in their prettiest cyening dresses Miss Katie Hood of Junction City is with her aunt Miss Emma Hood Miss Vesta Lackey was entertained Thursday and Friday by Miss Katie Lee Denny Mr and Mrs J E Stormes will return this week from a delightful trip to CanadaLexington Leader Gov Bradley and Miss Christine Bradley are in the city spending today at the Phoenix Hotel They are en route to Lancas ter from Louisville and Governor Bradley will return here Monday for Labor Day Miss Jennie Dunn of McKinney is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Til lettMiss Maret of Bryantsville is the guest of Misses Allie and Ilella Ar nold Mrs Hugh Hemphill of Nicholas ville was with her brother Mr W A Arnold for a few days Misses Lula and Ethel Grant of Danville have been visiting relatives friends here Mr W 0 Dunlap gave a very poundtacky party Thursday eve ningMrs Margaret Caley of Richmond is the guest of relatives here Mr John Moss has gone to Oklaho ma for several weeks visit Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lucy Francis Miss Hicks a popular nurse of Lex ington is the guest of Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Danville avenue Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisvillewho has been visiting her aunt Mrs Sam Johnson is visiting relatives in Kirks villeA special from Lebanon says An announcement of unusual interest which has just been made is that of the marriage of Mr Towles TWalker of Lancaster and Miss MargaretMaud Moffett of this city The wedding is to take place on the morning of Wed nesday September 17 at 10 oclock at the Second Presbyterian church Dr A S Moffett father of the bride as sisted by the Rev Lacy I Motfett the brides brother will be the olliciating clergymen Courier Journal Colonel Thomas Landrum entertained at dinner on Wednesday evening at the Country Club in honor of Miss Christine Brad ley daughter of former Governor Bradley The other guests were Mr and Mrs James Escott Miss Jennie Wymond Messrs Cliff Rodes and San ders Jones Mrs Fred Frisbie and bright little son Hudson arc visiting Mrs George Robinson of Hustonville Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford is the guest of Miss Katie Simpson Mrs Harriett Nichols of Danville has been visiting Miss Sallie Lou My ersLittle Leillie Williams is improving slowly from a spell of malarial fever Lexington Democrat Miss Lida Frank who has been ill at St Josephs hospital for eleven weeks with typhoid fever is improving daily and was yes terday strong enough to be taken to her home Miss Franks friends will be delighted with this news as they have watched her recovery with much anxiety Fridays Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs G S Gaines have gone to Shelbyville to visit friends Miss Maggie Hurt of Hiattsville was visiting Mrs J T Williams and Dr Actons family Friday and Saturday Mrs Lillie T Powell who has been visiting her sisters Mrs J T Hays and Mrs Williams left for her home in Atlanta Saturday Miss Rella Arnold is visiting rela tives in Nicholasville Rev J M Bruce will fill the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday Tile pastor Rev J E Wolford is holding a meeting at Crab Orchard anti enjoyable J S lovely Jolla T Hays was in Danville Mon day Mr and Mrs J S Hays and children are visiting relatives and attending the Barbourville fair this week Miss Jennie Williams is attending the Barbourville fair Miss Marie Joseph will be at home Friday evening to her friends The ladies of the W will give an ice cream social Thursday eve ning in the veranda of the The proceeds are for the school missions loc admission Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins are receiv ing congratulations over the arrival of a son Tuesday It will be pleasant news to Mr Sam Duncans many friends to learn that he is recovering from his recent ill Lexington Leader Miss Mary Sparks of Nicholasville has arrived home and was here Saturday from Denver Colorado where she has boon staying since last May for the benefit of her health All are rejoiced to hear she is greatly improved with prospect of being entirely restored Messrs R L Davidson and Theo Cur rey entertained Wednesday evening at the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs J C Ilemphill Lexington avenue The house was decorated in the seasons choicest flowers The refreshments of ices and cakes were delicious and a delightful time was enjoyed by the numerous guests Mr T L Broaddus and Robert Gulley are at Slate Lick Springs this week Mr Charles Frisbie has accepted a position with the Logan Dry Goods CompanyMiss Houk of Mt Vernon has been visiting Miss Lee Stone Miss Susie Zanone has returned home from a pleasant visit to Stan ford Miss Mary Traylor of Stanford is visiting Mrs W M Zanone Miss Sallie Purcell Mrs Lou Pur cell and son Freddy of Brodhead are visiting Mrs F P Stone Mr Ben II Wilson of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr S B Henry and familyMrs E J rock and daughterinlaw Mrs T R Mock of Lexington were the guests of her daughter Mrs T W Soper last week Mrs James Dunn who has been very sick of fever is some better Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford is the pretty guest of Miss Christine BradleyMr Mrs S C Denney left yes terday for several weeks visit to New port News and other places of interest Mrs Mary Hunter Crab Orchard is visiting Dr and Mrs J W Grant A nice comportable room for rent also board for school children Mis Lena Bright Fresh oysters at timers Saturday The Old Ilyiuua Theres lots of music in em the hymns of long ago An when some grayhaired brother sings the ones I used to know I sorter want to take a think of days gone by On Jordans stormy banks I stand and cast a wistful eye Theres lots of music in dear sweet hymns of old With visions bright of lands of light and shin lug streets of gold And J hear cm where mem ory dreaming stands From Greenlands icy mountains to Indias coral strands They seem to sing forever of holler sweeter days When the lilies of the love of God bloomed white in all the ways And I want to hear their music from the old time meetins rise Till I can read my title clear to mansions in the skies We hardly needed singin books in them old days we knew The words the tunes of every one the dear old hymn book through We had no blaring trumpets then no organs built for show We only sang to praise the Lord from Whom all blessings How An so I love the dear old hymns an when my time shall come Before the light has left me and my singing lips are dumd If I only hear em then Ill pass without a sigh To Canaans fair and happy land where my possessions lie Atlanta Constitution Jfffffffffff Business and Bargains Fresh oysters at Zimmers For rent quick good ten room resi dence half block from the Square on Danville street Apply to John M Grand 94tf Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son A fine lot of BarredPlymoth Rock hens and pullets for sale Musktaker at once Thompson New line of Ladies and watches and lings J C Thompson Remember J Joseph is cuttingpri ces right and left so nunyawl get some of the great bargains he i offer ing l Oc firstclass real estate gage If you cant give this security dont come Apply at RECORD office We have a new lotof harness and vehicles and a assortment of Old Hickory El C T U ness hindI emthose ringingsinging t t t t t t I j t J ld or Money to Loan first mort w ins Roman more Court- House t S Gin For Sale New cotton sacks for seed II A B Marksburv Son To Tax1ayors The tax books are now ready and you can tind me at my office ready to receive taxes a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Nice Shop I am now fixed up over Haseldens store next to police court room and will give you a clean shave or stylish haircut The fire only put us out for a day or so Come to see us Henry Duncan tf J Joseph is making sweeping reduc tions on all Spring and Summer goods We have a big stock and they must For Cash 1 have a nice Alderney heifer to sell five months old Will sell cheap 104tf T Currey Sen Best and cheapest coal at W P Co at coal yard We are now clearing out all Spring and Summer goods regardless of cost Our big lines of Fall goods will have to take their place so come get J Joseph Notice If you owe me you must call at the 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 Leavel and W P Walden For Cash 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 coal yard If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do had no warning you can slave by paying before we reach Sanders Ward Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Ald ridge a28tf Some may blow about low prices but we always give what we repre sent and you never find a fake at our store Joseph Get your wall pinr at the wall pa per sale at the Store To Town Tax Payers City taxes for 1902 now due We need the money so please call and I can be found at J M Rothwells office S D Rothwell M C L 814tf R M West is agent for the celebra ted Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market Well well well We are still the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make shud der Come in and we will show you J Tulips Lillies Fresias Oxalis and plants for winter bloomingFannie Bishop I have some old accounts if not paid soon I will list them and sell them So if you do not want yours sold you had best call and pay it T Currey 928tf Dont forget that we have the old Hickory wagon always on as well as all kinds of vehicles and har ness Romans Elmore Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf Lancaster Graded School The eighth session of this institu tion will open Monday Sep 8th All pupils livjng in the district are urged to be on hand the first day Nonresi dent pupils may enter by paying to E W Harris collector the following rates of tuition which 3iusx BE PAID ix ADVANCE 12 aud 3 Grades 9 per term of months 4 5 and C 12 7 to 12 15 J KINNAIRD WM Secretary President For Sal 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 selling ill health call on oraddress 0 W Potts Teatersville Ky 928tf SchooiTax The school tax book for this year is now ready Please call and settle as we need the money 94tf E W Harris Treas School When you come by and see my line pencilspen points ink pencil boxes lunch boxes satchels Call at the Backet Store s4tf Have you seen the dis play at the Racket I rtoreAvisit them and get their line of paper to select from glooms papered by a first class Either call or address the Racket Store For Sale or Rent My new on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr CWtf This is go Walden Leavens Leavens not c t nat e T R et settle july 2ltf competition J epli Bulbs Pon Sale lIElt DON Threshing horsepower Reason ho C dren st rt 0 school t aDlets penhold and Wal paper pric anger residence JM Acton clover C 1- I Sr bargains Tills say you your sale are supplying hand 4 chdol papa The Fall F tliTiil A judicious combination of work and play is said to be a sure receipt the best of this life of sorrow In planning for their Fall Festival the directors at Cincinnati have suc ceeded in uniting the useful and the beautiful the serious and the frivil ous much after the same philosophy All the shows and exhibits at the Fes tival arc worth seeing some of unique and special interest The visit of President Roosevelt on Sept 20th will afford visitors to the Festival an op portunity seldom occuring to meet the Chief Magistrate of this great na tionIn Exposition proper beside hand some exhibits of machinery furniture carpets dry goods musical instru ments pictures food preparations and the thousand and one object in cidental to the scheme of modern ex istance there will be found new in vention along older lines The art Galleries are specially fine containing a collection of pictures ill ustrating Border Life The Fall of Babylon the largest picture in this countryA Automation cal man smokes the cigarettes of his owners plays cards and checkers rides horseback and altogether fearful and wonderfulThe will have the only group of savage polar bears that have ever sub mitted to training There will be in the Festival the Swiss Chalof the Palm Garden the Gipsy Camp the Military Camp of the O X G the lively Parisian nevelty of the Moulin Rouge and the charming Theater in the Mystic Maze The Procession will be the Georgeous Night Pageant of theMystic Order of ItanNicNic the Civic Domonstra tion the parade of the Ancient Order of Foresters of Pioneers of Esscnic Knights and the military and civil escort of President Roosevelt to Music HallTwo beautiful Flower Shows and a Sunday Night Concert of Sacred Music combining a chorus of 1000 voices a quartet of noted soloists an orchestra and the big Organ These attractions are but a few selected at random from the great mass of those to be seen at the Fall Festival the enumerating of which would be almost impossible The dades are Sep 15 to 27 Low rates on all railroads I ormechani I I I forgetting Juvenile During the month September The FOX open FRIDAYS NLY of STUDIOwill be J on rHtH f M I We Can Supply Your Every Want 1 1 H1 Ht t tit t i Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows ct Corn Planters Cultivators I 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 M Successors to T M t 1 t i t t- t t i H a ft o 2 Guaranteed Linen Collars 25 Cents The Double Triangle Brand Collars are stylish and comfortable The only collar made with a heavy 5 ply seam Sold by merchants everywhere or 2 samples sent prepaid for 25 cents They equal any quarter collar made Merchants should for our I9O2 offer upJto date write f ICodoS Dyspepsia Digests what you eat C rae Theytemporanly cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines natural results acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form off e Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter r mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable improve ment None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday The Fox StudioPu- blic Square Lancaster Ky k- rpa liS execute Unnat nural agitation caused cathartics Ji compels continual and increasing doses to attain J I MODERN f6 IDTit the Ever functions by LI W i PHOTOgRAPHS You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are 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All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful f medicine positive ures Consumption Colds 3ronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay everPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness SoreThroat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price SOc 1 TrialBottlt FIN8 t onsuln lionp OLD PEOPLEDo not always receive the sympathy and attention which they deserve Their ailments are regarded as purely imaginary or natural and unavoidable at their life Disease and infirmity should not always be associ ated with old age The eye of the gray haired grandsire may be as bright and the as fair as any of his younger and more vigorous companions tt 1 1 t atydrugs You w mart ous to have th as IB limb and yourself and remember that on condition cf mind body depends Its future happiness elllng breasts f tissues so that they with the pressure from lt It costs 1 per bottle Write us for our freetreatise RADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA A When a man becomes intoxicated with a womans beauty marriage is about the only thing that will sober him up as By Its use ou may escape of the usual dscomfortI pregnancy lothe Friend eases the es reluea mu softens the Ike expanding THE l feturS an neT give organ Good Bloodhi the secret of for it regulates and controls every part of the body strengthens the nerves makes the muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health elements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resulting shows in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesome growth the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost constant accompanied with poor digestion and cold extremities S S S being purely vegetable is the safest and best blood purifier for old people It does not shock or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily ailments disappear S S S is just such a tonic as old people need to improve a weak and tone up the Stomach If there is any heredi tary taint or the remains of some disease contracted in early life S S S will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will mail free our book on blood and skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlaata Ga old sustaining in premature old age and disease Any derangement of the blood quickly For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc For extra nice stock hogs weight about 150 G A Ballard Wal laceton Ky a7tf For Sale 18 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 Southdown bucks W L Lawson Lancaster Potatoes form the worlds greatest single crop 4000000 bushels being produced annually equal in bulk to the entire wheat and corn crops Good stock look better do better and pay better than scrubs and it is the farmer that puts his money into this class of stock that receive thebest returnsDistribution of flower and vegetable seeds by the Government was September 1 three months earlier than usual Cucumbers for pickles are a profita ble crop in Iowa where the flood does not drown them out The average yield is 400 bushels an acre and the price is 50c a bushel Reports from every quarter of the United States indicate that the of this country will this year 2000000000 worth of bread stuffs Two billion dollars worth is a great deal The output of the mines are 80000000 in gold and 877000000 in silver but these both fall far below what the farmers have done in the production of wealth Frost has damaged corn and other crops somewhat in the Dakotas and in northwestern Iowa Josh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind is a poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle for it saved him from being a cripple No external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprains rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It is for sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m A poultice made of rotten apples is used very common in Lincolnshire England for the cure of weak and rheumatic eyes Likewise in the Ho tel des Invalides at Paris an apple poultice is used commonly for eyes the apple being roasted and its pulp applied over the eyes without any intervening For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and LiverTab lets For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Tobacco is very irregular and in the dark tobacco districts in the western portion of the State the crop will be very short In the Burley lands of the bluegrass and northcentral coun ties it looks much better but there it is also irregular some fields being ex cellent while others are poor The acreage is consiberably less than usu al but with favorable conditions a fair yield of Burley may be expected There is very little complaint of to Conjugal Union r Married Women who are desirous of keeping their perfec that glow and perfect figure and sweetly rounded breast well to remember of a remedy like I MOTHERS FRIEND pregnancyIt application and oi Quick penetrating powers Stay your hud from Sale50 SaleSix started produce AmerI- can inflamed substanceEx ions vantage rU r rr LJ farmers undulating bacco worms Many farmers do question whether they are keeping profitable cows because they only milk three or four to supply the family On many farms half the cows do not pay their board Foleys Kidney Cure makes the dis eased kidneys sound so they will elimi nate the poisons from the blood Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m The largest price ever paid at Lex ington for walk trot and canter was a deal consummated by John Stewart of that city he selling three geldings one of five years and the oth er two six years old all by Harrison Chief and two of them out of the road mare Cynthiana Belle to Charley Myric of New York city for 5000 Corn is in excellent condition in the drouth stricken localities where it has been injured to quite an extent With favorable conditions in the future the crop for the whole State will be considerably above the averageMode of Lexington has sold to W A McGibbon of New York the fiveyearold chestnut gelding Timebreaker by Imp Kantaka dam Nellie Stanley by Springbok for WOOO E A Potter of Chicago recently bought of Mode Nichols of Lexing ton a show saddle gelding by Den mark Chief J dam by a son of Har rison Chief for 1500 Of Harriott Co of Georgetown Ky he chased the premium saddle gelding King Denmark dam by Scott 3hief a son of Harrison Chief for 1250 It will pay to stick to the cow and not get excited over the price of beef It doesnt cost much more to produce a pound of butter than a pound of beef and one sells for three times as much as the other It costs money to change about Dairy cows are not adapted to the production of beef and the beef cow has no business in a prof itable dairy Dont dai ry cows Though beef is high it should be remembered that feed is al so high and further that it is only the very best class of beef cattle that command high prices An officer of a city police detail said recently When I was a mounted po liceman I learned of a most humane and kind way of curing a balky horse It not only never fails but it does not give the slightest pain to the animal When the horse refuses to go take the front foot at the fetlock and bend the leg at the knee joint Hold it thus for 3 minutes and let it down and the horse will go The only way in which I can account for the effective maste ry of the horse is that he can think of only one thing at a time and having made up his mind not to go my theo ry is that bending the leg takes his mind from the original thought The price of meat is advancing in Germany and a good steak costs 44 cents a pound in Berlin The advance Is attributed to the scarcity of home animals and the exclusion of foreign meats and live stock Two negroes got into a fight at Cyn thiana and one of them fired five shots at his adversary on a crowded street Four people were slightly wounded The negro was arrested and was rough ly handled by enraged citizens The excitement subsided when it was learned that no one had been killed Coed Way to Remember It Whistling his text was a new meth od Vaughn S Collins in the service in the Asbury Methodist Episcopal church Smyrna N J on Sunday Dr Collins new method was rather startling to his congregation for he is considered one the most dignified members of the Wilmington Conference and for years was president of the Confer ence Academy at Dover When it came to preach the sermon Dr Col lins arose m the pulpit and whistled four times each note being an imita tion of the song of the meadow lark The preacher said that on a recent visit to the country he heard a mead ow lark and it suggested a very sermon as he likened the song of the bird to the text Thou God Seest me as found in the thirteenth verse of the sixteenth chapter of Gen esis Following the whistling of the text Dr Collins preached an eloquent sermon and pointed out his hearers how God saw and heard repentant sin Many a philosopher would tracked if asked to define philosophy Even girls may be concerned in a boycott not geldings noted except ichols sacrifice good that Rev employed appropriate to ners purr b rapidly several beside WALLACETON J A Baker sold a load of corn at home for H2 per barrel James It Henry bought of Hubert Eidson 9 acres of land for 60 cash An excellent meeting being con ducted at the Baptist church here by Rev Wm Stallings of Marksbury is being well attended and is increasing in interestThe committee met Satur day and staked off the place for the new M E church here The stone is being quarried this week to build the foundation While returning from church night E W Baker was considera bly bunged up by his horse falling with him on tile pike and he is still getting around very much like an old manC Baker wife and daughter have returned from a three weeks visit to friends in Indiana Iliinois and Mis souri Charley Gaffney Oscar Gab bard and Charlie Rogers left here last Saturday to find a job in Illinois Miss Ethel King daughter cf Prof King of Berea was here the guest of Miss Ella Bowlin from Saturday un til Monday Miss Mary Baker ac companied by Mrs E II Yocum and Miss Brooks of Beara was with home folk here from Saturday until Mon day MARKSBURY Miss Lena Noe of Louisville is spending several days with her cousin Mrs W M Stallings Little Miss Miller Yeager has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Mt Yer non Rev Win M Stailings is assist ing in a protracted meeting at Wal laceton Misses Mary and Evelyn Kemper of Lancafter Lee Herring and Willie Mae Stallings with Miss Hannah Aldridge Miss Miller of Lexington is the guest of her aunt Mrs Cyrus Daly Mr Jno Boner returned Friday from London The Ladies Working Society will meet Thursday with Mrs Fred Yea ger Messrs Robert House and James Al dridge are butchering nice beeves ev ry Saturday 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 Town Property for Sale My house and lot on Richmond street Building in good repair and will give possession at once Terms reasonable Mrs Jas Dillon 928tf 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 H A B Marksbnry Son JUST IN KA1NTUCK In old Kentuck there is a town Whose mayor and city fathers Do on all evils quickly frown With laws that show theyre lawyers They print their laws in printers ink And everybody reads them And then the police sit and blink To see how few obey them The streets are ordered to be kept All free from filth or ashes And not a paper must be swept Onto the pave or washes The weeds are ordered to be cut From lovely sidewalk edges But four feet high for weeks they stand And make such lovely hedges The cows and horses nightly roam On pastures free and open For not a watchman quits his home To put them in the stray stranger passing through the streets Looks round and sees the woe And quickly turns his tired feet To towns that have more go Harrodsburg Herald Damaging the Road People living along our public roads often and we feel sure without inten tion do that which injures the road which costs money to repair and a plain section of the law At this season of the year farmers clean out their fence corners and in some instances the washes and weeds on the inside of the fence along the road are raked together and thrown over the fence The outside corners and road embankments are then and the entire mass is dragged into the road ditch near by This in a short while fills the ditch and besides dam aging the road expenses the county The following section of law Is pro duced that all may know the law and not be caught napping Sec 4335 Any person who shall wilfully obstruct injure or destroy any of the public roads or bridges any index or fingerboard or any culvert or ditch on said roads shall be fined for each offense not less than fifty dol larsIt shall be the duty of the supervis or or overseer and his assistants and of all constables town marshals and sheriffs to report promptly to the County Judge or some Justice of the peace of all violations of this act For cow fresh third calf Good milker R E McRoberts Quick sales small profits and prompt delivery from W P Walden Cos coal yard Friday spent Sunday Notice violates SaleJersey Katie pen- A It 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 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 26 x 103 feet with 14 feet ceiling and plenty of light This is the best equipped and most convenient store room in Central Kentucky On the lot is a warehouse 50 x GO feet a good stable and Buggy house a large deep Cistern coal house Poultry house and Pens and any one wishes to engage in the Mercban 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 lit miles from any town of any im portance Will also sell two good dwelling houses in same town 1st with one half acre lot with a six room dwelling in good repar and stable on lot 2nd with one acre lot New Dwelling 9 rooms a good dry cellar a good cistern with pump on poarch at kitchen door The most conveuieu house in the county and just completed one year ago Also meathouse Ioultryhouse coalhouse and other necessary out buildings For terms and furthes particulars address J X DUNN Co Aug 12 02 Bryantsville Ky PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT 18 1902 One farm containing about 176 acres located 3 12 miles from Lancaster 1 mile trom Hubble 8 miles from Danville and 7 miles from Stan ford lying on old Lancaster and Danville turn pike within 1 mile of two churches and school The place is subject of division one place containing about 96 acres with dwelling of 5 rooms hall bathroom and cellar stock barn 50xf 0 feet servants house of 2 rooms ice house buggy house and all outbuildings The second place contains about 80 acres with dwelling of 4 rooms hall cistern etc stock barn G0xti4 feet implement barn tenant house of 2 rooms Both places fronting on pike The place is watered by springs and two poadss one of which is the largest and best in Central Kentucky and well stocked with fine fish Both stock barns and dwelling are sup plied with a fine system of waterworks water being forced by a 2horse power gasoline en gine which Is also equipped for cutting feed etc The place has about 0 acres now iu corn balance in grass and stubble Fine orchard of about 1 acres 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 draw lug six interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money Farm Implements and Stock At same time and place we will sell the fol lowing towit One Deering binder 1 Deering mower steel hay rake 2 cultivators corn plan ter with check rower disc harrow disc drill harrow corn sheller large power cutting box onehalf interest lu roller one slide one hog box twohorse wagon spring wagon one 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 Jersey cow 1 red heifer 1 work mare 3 good work mules lot steel netting to build two corn cribs Ioxl0x20 los session for seeding given at once full posses sion January 1 1JOJ 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 any further information addres B W Givens Hubble Ky J S E T MINOR T D English Aucr Splendid Blue Grass Farm AT PUBLIC SALE ON Thursday Sept 11th I will offer at public sale my finely improved blue grass furm of 250 acres in West Lincoln County Ky about 2 miles east of Huston ville aud 1 mile West of McKinney on C S railroad Hustonville and McKinney turnpike innnlug 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 con taming 9 rooms with veranda halls porches etc Outbuildings include two splendid new stock barns with 24 box stalls and shed room for 100 cuttle good tenant house of 5 rooms crib ice meat coal and poultry houses cistern at kitchen door Grape arbor and fine never falling orchard of choice apple trees has plen ty of apples in it this year This farm has an abundance of never failing water in rock walled ponds About 150 acres in blue grass 50 in timothy and 50 in stubble and corn Large part of laud is good hemp and tobaccfo land large sugar tree woodland Every tning is in good repair has to be seen to be It lies square on pike and could be dl vided into 2 farms Convenient Payments will be Iiberalrunning4 or 5 years if desired Immediate possession if desired At same time and place will sell 117 acres tim ber land lying 2 miles south of McKinney also 2 mare mules 4 grade short horn cows and calves nice bull about 200 high grade ewes with shoutbdown bucks 40 nice shoats 200 bar rels of core 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 930 A M T D ENGLISH Auctioneer Digests what you eat the food and aid Nature in strengthening and digestive or is the latest tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults of imperfect digestion mallBis UraalMdtn PrtMrc by E C DcWITT AGO CblCM I etc- H h posto ice nee fllillng AllIf ler cent enough appreciated shipping point D s KodolDyspepsia It Dl antand Jar laecoa Book cider JOHNSTONE reconstructing I FAVORITE RESCRIPTIONLFORWEAKWOMEIW General News Notes Host Important Events ol the Day Boiled Down Readable Shape Items from Everywhere James Hall of Hillsboro has sued the C C for 10000 for loss of hand A new oil well has been drilled in on Richland at 820 feet Five persons of a boating party were drowned at Battle Creek Mich The Fair heirs have compromised with Mrs Fairs mother and there will be no contest over the estate A regiment of West Virginia troops has been ordered to the New river coal fields Three prisoners held on serious char ges escaped from the Paoli Ind jail last night There is little prospect of an early resumption of anthracite coal mining Martin the 6yearold son of Albrit ton Potter a Pound Gap Kentucky farmer accidentally shot his 4year old brother through the head with a 22 killing him instantly while the little brother was lying asleep Kentuckys coal output for the year 1901 was 5324712 tons an increase of 304037 tons over the previous year Natural gas has been found in Es till county Gen Nelson A Miles accompanied by Mrs Miles and his two aides Cols Whitney and Maus Washington left for the Philippines Wednesday They will leave San Francisco on the trans port Thomas Septemper 16 General Miles says he regards his trip as merely a visit to the army there The Western Union TelegraphCom pany has definitely decided that it will in Chicago employ no more The boys have struck three times within the last 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