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RECORDTHIRTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEPT 11 1902 JfUMMXM Z3 THE CENTRALi i r o Wheat o I 0 a All sold by o Haselaen Superior I Drills 0 0a 0JR JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low P L DAVIDSON g 0 Attorney At Law 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 T for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward t t o f 2 o Q 0 O OOOOOOOOOOA000 J X0000000000000 000 0 Q Items of Local Interest Drilling for water continues and at the present rate we think China will be reached in a few days The Public Square is very dirty Loose paper dead rats and other trash very good ornaments F P ITrisbie has placed a grapho phone in his drug store and is enter taining customers with the latest A big crowd took in the Cincinnati excursion Sunday The train was long that a freight engine was used to haul it Rev J E Wolford has been con ducting a revival meeting at Crab Orchard and we understand has ac complished much good colored Baptists held their an nual association meeting at Lowell Sunday and all who could get were on hand A basket lunch was served JTIeetiMg ut MeCrearj Rev Allen R Moore is an interesting revival at Anti och church at McCreary The attend ante is large and the members are be ing awakened in their church duties Once In KiiKliiCKN Here The daily papers of Monday had a notice of the assignment of M Braun a dry goods merchant of Cynthiana for the benefit of his creditors Mr Braun was formerly engaged in bust ness here from whence he went to Cynthiana VIiy Not Enforce the Law The City Council has determined to enforce the sidewalk ordinance and in doing so a hearty amen goes up from the community There is no reason why sidewalks should be made in front of some property and others allowed to ignore the law This mat ter should be pushed vigorously and no property owner allowed to escape A Card Editor Record As the time is near to appoint precinct delegates to nomi nate a Railroad Commissioner in this district I beg leave to remind the vo ters of the fact that W P Walton is a candidate and that many democrats favor his nomination For twenty the years he was our neighbor and helped tile party through the columns of the Interior Jouanal He is fear less capable and incorruptible always acting for the promotion of the public welfare It is believed by many that Garrard county owes her vote to Mr Walton DEMOCRAT dunt maim music conveyance I I s The New LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER We have just received a new line of unlined Walking Skirts prices from 1 50 to 500 Also new line of 54 inch Cloths for making Walking Skirts in all the New Shades We are showing some Special Values in 3 6 inch Taffeta Silks LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER Walking Skirts t a Ir ANOTHER BIG FIRE Narrow Escape Of All Occupants Another fire in Lancaster is the usual cry but this time we cant blame it on lack of water All the water in Dix river could not have sav ed the old Franklin Institute when it was discovered to be in liames Tues day morning about two oclock The wellknown old property was occupied by Mrs Robt Fox as a boarding house and a number of people were asleep when the alarm was given A board er was awakened by the smoke and his cries quickly aroused all the A rush was made and all on the ground floor escaped easily but those on the second floor were met by flames on all sides Will Hamilton was bad ly blistered in passing through the liames Chief of Police Sam Rothwell and Shelby Tribble foreman of this paper had to climb out on the burn ing kitchen and leap to the ground Mr Rothwell sustained the most seri ous injuries by the fall the butte in his left thigh being driven up into the hip joint lie was carried to the resi dence of Squire Kinnaird and later to the home of Dr Kinnuird where he now is and has suffered great pain foot was badly mashed by the full four long deep cuts being made He was taken to the resident of Mr II A B Marksbury where Dr Ivinnaird dressed the wounds He lost every stitch of his clothing save a suit of underwear and his loss is pretty heavy He has gone to his brothers in Hiatsville and it will be some days before he can return to work All of the furniture belonging to Mrs Fox together with clothingetc was destroyed sirs Letcher Owsley lost all her effects as did Will Todd Scott lost his clothing and 110 in money and a gold watch Young Jim Hamilton lost his clothing and S10 in money Other boarders fared almost as badly The origin of the fire is unknown When discovered the entire roof was burning together with the kitchen When and Tribble climbed over the kitchen the roof was hot enough to burn their feet The building was known as the ok Franklin Institute and for years was one of the most popular schools in Kentucky It had recently been re paired and put in good condition Itwas owned by sirs Fox Mrs Fox had 1000 insuranceon the building The origin is a mistery and no one can account for it Mr D S his heroic efforts several people owe their lives Several ladies fainted and many men received cuts bruises Taken in all it was one of the most disastrous tires the town has ever suffered Lyceum Course Attractions have been booked for this city at the begin ning September 20 and running up to March The CourierJournal honored THE RECORDS editor by placing his mug in Saturdays issue The write up by Miss Ida Grant of this city is highly appreciated although she was forced to draw on her immagination to find the nice things said Ilculy Knows How to hull Ei Mt Vernon V Bastin began stringing an extra wire to Brod head from Mt Vernon Monday subscribers will soon have the benefit of use of line to that place without extra charge Mesdames E n Smith and J II with their little sons returned to El Dorado last week Miss Henry accom pained them Misses Susie and Maud Smith visiting relatives in Williamsburg Barbourville for a few days Mr Robert L Barker of the Mt Heb ron neighborhood and Miss Mary Onstott were married Wednesday Sept 3rd at the brides father Isaac Onstott of Daviess county You must come in and pay your ac count I need the money and must have it R A Stone Dr Hobson has recovered from his illness and will be at the Mason hotel second week in October slltf The ladies of the Baptist church will serve ices and cakes in room below RECORD office doorSaturday the Another Again we ask pardon for short com ings in this issue Our foreman is laid up with a game leg result of the fire and we are doing the best we keep the wheels turning Its a long lane that has no turn however and we hope soon to be able to put our en tire time where It belongs getting up the news Large Boarding House ioes Up In Flames Two Persons Bad Iy Injured- sleepers TrilJbles Hamilton burned SpartaTenn and court house considerably SignalII Telephone Garrison and Ellen canto r I sir Roth vell Bet 20 Apology tie arc mini Irivato picnic There seems to be an impression that the Maccabee picnic to be given in Dunns woods on Wednesday Sept 17th 1902 is for the public and the lodge asks us to announce that this is a private picnic to be given only to members of the order and their and the announcement is made in order that the public may not be mis informed For Circuit Judge lIon W C Bell of Mercer county announces in this issue his candidacy for the circuit judgeship Mr Bell is well known in Garrard and is one of the most prominent democrats in the state lIe is a graduate of Georgetown college and also of the law the University of Virginia lie is a man of high character and has a large following in the contest now on Mrs Mattie Busby age about forty died at her home in Williams burg and the remains were brought here and buried last Saturday She leaves two daughters and a son all of whom are married and settled De ceased was a daughter of Gabriel and Barbara Salter was born and reared here and had a host of relatives and friends being an estimable lady and- a member of the Christian church A Smash Up Friday evening after the teachers entertainment at the court house Misses Leaks and Mitchell accompa nied by Mr Frank Ross started to re turn to their home near Bettis when the horse became frightened and ran away lIe turned in the street by the Methodist church and ran some dis tance when the vehicle was and the occupants thrown to the ground Miss Mitchell was badly bruised but the others escaped inju ry It was very dark and the wonder is they were not all killed Traded School Opens Monday morning the doors of the Graved School wera thrown open and the usual large crowd of youngsters reported for another years work in the different departments Prof Mannix made a talk to them in which he his rules and laid plans for the years work He made a splendid impression upon the pupils and the prospects for a profitable year are very flattering TIlE RECORD hoped to give a lengthy report but our crip pled otllce force prevents We hope to keep the people advised as to the workings and progress of the school from time to time Teachers Institute TIm RECORD thought it had all completed for a full re port of the Teachers Institute but we were disappointed this time in ex actly the same as last year Next time we will depend on no one but go after the report in person Prof of Lexington was the instructor and judging from the many compli ments passed on his work it must have been far ahead of former years Mrs Lewis Walker the accommodating and efficient county superintendent was present throughout the time and rendered valuable assistance Mrs Ctoley Gulley made a splendid secreta ry and her work was highly compli mented Miss Grace Kinnaird presi ded at the organ for which service the teachers were very grateful A Place This is the season when many of our people visit Cincinnati and TIlE RECORD wishes to call their especial attention to the many comforts and luxuries to be found at the Palace Ho tel in that city The Palace is head quarters for Kentuckians The fare is prepared in Kentucky style that is it consists of good substantial food prepared in the very best manner and served promptly aud in splendid man ner The rooms are neat and large nearly all fronting on the streets The Palace is located on Sixth and Vine just one square above Fountain Square and is within one block of four of the best theatres and in the heart of the shopping district Ladies find this an ideal place to stop as the very best of attention is given them and special care taken to supply their every want We advise that you stop at the Palace if you want the best to be had and at very reasonable prices A Sad Death The death of Will Hill at the res idejice of his father on Danville street Wednesday afternoon was a shock to many friends of the family and the young man He left Lancaster a short time ago and went to Chicago where he got work He remained a short time when he was siezed by a violent attach of rheumatism He grew worse and went to a Chicago hospital where he remained until able to come home lIe arrived here a few days a go and was taken ill of fever He grew rapidly worse and suffered great pai n until his death Funeral services were conducted at the house Friday morn ing and the remains interred at the Lancaster Cemetery Will was the eldest son of Mr James Hill and wife He was a young man of fine intellect and industry He was always at work when able and was respected and well liked by all who knew him He learned the carpenters trade under his father and was a splendid workman He was just entering manhood and his death is indeed a sad one The family have the deepest sympathy in their great bereavement families department- of Jlnflby years explained arrangements Cas- sidy Deli l1tJul 4 overturned Fine Farm for Sale We call attention to the advertis ment elsewhere in this issue of J S White administrator of Elby Hill This is a fine farm to be sold a lot of crops cattle hogs etc Read it as some valuable property is to 2t A Strong Candidate Danville R II Tomlinson of Lancaster is in town today shaking hands with friends Mr Tomlinson is a strong candidate fur the Democratic nomination for lieutenan governor Are You Going We call attention to advertisement of time popular Henderson Route which is naming very low rates to points in the West Northwest and California Address Geo L Garrett T P A or L J Irwin G P A Louisville for particulars SIde orifice Farm Geo T Higginbotham and Jesse C Fox as administrators of the late An drew J Rice have advertised for sale the fine farm of the deceased which lies eight miles from Lancaster and six miles from Danville and contains about 350 acres They will also sell a lot of stock implements etc The sale will be held Thursday Sept 25th Sumrall Nominated The Eighth district Republican con vention at Nicholasville nominated William Lawson Sumrall of Mercer county for Congress on the 6th ballot T A Chenault of Madison withdrew after five ballots and Sumrall was nominated over George Nicholas of Shelby by 99 to 60 Two Dollar Corn Richmond Climax Corn is selling in the Kingston neighborhood at 2 per barrel in the field This is consid ered a very good price for the season and possibly better than was expect ed as it was reported some time ago that the price would fall much lower This years crop is one of the largest ever made in the county Ob Mercy Me Now wouldnt this rattle your slats heered it but it sounds mighty good Listen Danville citizens have requested the Commercial Club to hold an open meeting so they may appear before it and insist on Louisvilles help in get ting the Southern railway extended from Harrodsburg to Danville The open meeting will be held September 16 It is said that the Commercial Club is already pledged to a Southern extension from Burgin through Gar rard county to Jellico besold AdvocateRepresentative Thursdaylets Wet g 1 i 7 I Dr Goldstein will be at the Gilche House Danville Monday and Tues day Sep 15 and 16th two days only Mr W J Homer the piano tuner will be here Monday and if you work in his line leave word ot Tin RECORD onice and he will call on you We take great pleasure in him as an expert workman About The Hotel As this issue is put to press the Hotel Co has not held a meeting to decide upon what steps will be taden and the matter is at a standstill We understand a meeting will be held in a day or so niaar Miles of Road They had a railroad meeting in Monday and a fellow tells us one of the speakers warming up said Gentlemen we must have her Thats the biggest system of roads in the country Why she has sevenhundred and fifty thousand miles of track Thats lots of railroad sure but we guess hes correct Compliment For Prof Mannlx The Warsaw Independent the following resolution passed by the teachers in that city recently Resolved That we desire to express our gratitude and appreciation of the splendid work of the instructor Prof J E Mannix and feel that we owe much to him for the valuable he has his pains taking and untiring efforts to profit every teacher in attendance We feel that he is one of the best conductors our county institute has ever had and that his practical work will leave a most profitable impression and that has not been a teacher attending the institute but has been profited by Manuix excellent instructions Railroad CoramUsloaers Race Nicholasville W Cochran of Spencer county has with from the race for the nomination for Railroad Com missioner leaving the following in the field W P Walton of Lexington of Wash idnton county and T Hirer Franklin Mr Walton is editor of the Lexington Democrat Previous to his removal to Lexington about a year agnhe resided at Stanford where he successfully published for many years the Interior Journal the most widely known country newspaper in Kentucky No man in the Eighth district has done more effective work for the Democratic party than Mr Walton and never before has he for office He is entitled to the vote in every county in this district and will most likely receive it need recommending Stanford publishes Information impartedand Professor JournalOwen Democratic candidates C C McChord Crockett- of asked ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge- I am a candidate for the Democratic for the judgeship of the 13th Judicial district of Kentucky composed of the countie of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SACWKY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chad A Hardin us a candidate before the Democratic party as Attorney of tbla the thirteenth Judicial District For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon W C Bell us a candidate before the Democratic par ty for Circuit Judge of thIs the Thlrteeth Ju diciaial District Now You See It Now You Best If Lancaster had a few more bust lers who believe in spending what they make here amongst those from whom they make it who prefer to in vest their cash in Lancaster and get six per cent instead of running after skingames and receiving twenty per cent we would soon have the most up todate prettiest town in Kentucky We have the natural advantages and resources and Garrard is the best county in the state but we regret to say there is an ungovernable desire and inclination to jump at every scheme brought here by some glib tongued fakir and most of the money made here is sent away to sink in some or investment where it will never be seen again Ev erybody knows that more money hrs been fleeced from Lancaster people than from those of any other town in the state If you continually send away and bring nothing back how long will it take to run down to noth ing There are many ways in which money could be profitably invested in Lancaster but some slicktongued fakir comes along and shows our where there is a chance to make millions of dollars in a few days time As we have repeatedly said if one third the money sunk in boom towns investment companies and other such tomfoolery was invested here among our people we would have the best town in the state Lancaster has the best people on the earth but there are some we regret to say who dent stop to think about taking what they make off their neighbor and sending it where his neighbor will not have another chance at it THE REC ORD Is in favor of taring and feather ing every who comes here with such glorious opportunities to lay down one and pick up ten Theres not a man and very few women in town but who knows every word of this item to be the gospel truth Dont forget the Chicago Glee Club at Courthouse Saturday night Sep tember 20 people nomination skin game soa oia gun Ding Dong Ding DOug 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 Cost until Sep 20th We want to make room for our Fall Stock Bring your boy in and we will give you Suits from SOcts up to 350 We also have a nice line of School Shoes for Girls and Boys at rockbottom prices H T LOGAN The OnePrice Clothier and Furnisher i t y DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE ISURRIESt BUGGIES I PIIITONS If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can buy 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 GEAR EREECILING TRACES COLLARS c R N S ill J WAGON iMA EL MORE CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a SccondClasi Malt Matter Lancaster Ky Sept n 1902 THE president got his nose skinned while galavantin over the country Another case of nosing around where you have no business C P Cunningham has revived the Middlesbon Record and is printing a good paper The Cunningham boys are all hustlers and know every crook and turn of the newspaper business TIlE Elizabethtown News complains that this is the worst fruit year in its existence and says theres not a peach in the county Wrong Mr News wrong Theres Harry Sommers in your midst and if he isnt a peach we are badly mistaken THE Shelby Sentinel edited by the cleverest of clever boys Charley Lew is has added a new feature that of printing a piece of music in each issue This is all right and will take well but there is no danger of Charley ever giving his readers a song and dance about anything LOUISVILLE has an honest Mayor He says he wants to see the prize tIght to be pulled off in that city short ly And so does nearly every man in the Falls City but most of them are afraid to say so An honest confes sion is good for the soul Mayor Grain ger and we glory in your spunk A PROMINENT political speakerover in Ohio is traveling around in wagons carrying a large circus tent which is pitched at each stand With all due respect to brothers Saufley and Harding we suggest that they try this plan and by charging ten cents to witness the battle they can not only clear expenses but make enough money to not need the judgeship A Little Railroad Talk This paper has had so much to say about the building of the Southern Railway from Burgin to Jellico and so many unkind remarks have been made about our judgement of the matter that we concluded to remain quiet for a spell and let our good friends of Danville have the floor Having been one of those who first figured out the scheme we have always been of the firm belief that the road would be built and of the opinion that it would be constructed through Gar rard county and Lancaster Asstated some two years ago the road can be built either this county or through Boyle We however have the best grade and new territory Any railroad company is going to build to the town where they receive the most encour agement and for that reason we preached week after week to our peo ple to go to work and secure the right of way through the county and have it ready to hand over to the Southern This work was pushed almost to com pletion when some persons because f the road was not built then and there began to doubt and interest ceased A few of the faithful however have kept a weather eye and are have Garrards intersts in good shape The matter stands this way today Danville realizing the magnitude of the matter sent some ot her best bust ness representatives to the Southern officials time and again and with tears in their eyes urged that that they be given a fighting chance Then the company asked them to show their hand and since that time they have been moving heaven and earth to get the right of way from the Mercer line to Danville This runs over some of the best land in Boyle and our friends have been scratching like old hens to raise the money We understand Danville has almost enough money to buy the right of way but here comes the rub Harrodsburg and Burgin see their goose will be cooked if the road is built to Danville and they are up in arms fighting for the Garrard route Say Danville gets the right of way how is she to get through Mercer The company will not buy it when Mercer stands there and says Gentlemen here is the right of way on the Garrard county line take it and anything else you want from us The company is not coing to institute condemnation proceed ings in Mercer just to gratify Nay nay Pauline Condem nation proceedings have to be brought by the company Now another thing When the company would get to Dan ville and wanted to build on to Jellico which is sure to be done how would it get through Lincoln county An other stumbling block Lincoln has three railroads as good as are in the land and do you believe her citizens will delve down into their jeans and pay for this right of way which runs many miles through her borders We think nit To sum the matter up THE RECORD thinks many moons will not wax and wane ere the Southern Railway will knock at Garrards door and we know we will be prepared to give her the best we have in the shop There will be no lawsuits or condemnation pro ceedings here and as our citizens have shown how they appreciate the value of the road we believe the right of way will be ready to hand over on a moments notice This is the situa tion in a nut shell and you can watch and pray See if THE RECORDS pre dictions will pan out 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 and dyspepsia It is the derful reconstructive tonic that is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment in 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 my life Take it after meals lm op n county Danville indigestion won Kodolsayedphysicians To Be Sold 2 Disc Plows 2 Disc Harrows 1 Disc Wheat Drill l i tK fPOSTLEo J AT COST V pyN 3 T 7 f4ETS CYLCONES are SWEEPING RY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We a splendid policy at very small cost DONT PUT IT OFF TOO LONG R KINNAIRD Lancaster Ky the give a Brother names Richmond our note about liro Barnes sermon in last is sue we made a mistake We had it that the only man baptized in seven centuries by single immcrson was a heretic Instead the man who bap tized him was kicked out of thechurch as a heretic because he wouldnt give the customary three immersions In his sermon Friday night he said that thousands had been cured of physical ailments by Dowie merely laying his hands upon them thousands were cured thousands of crutches and other appliances that had been used by the lame had been thrown away and were in the Taber nacle It Will Not Work Not long since a Missouri editor that for just one issue he was going to tell the truth unvarnished and naked Here is one item from the issue Married Miss Sylvia Rhodes to James Carnaham last Sat urday evening at the Baptist parson age The bride is an ordinary town girl who does not know any more than a rabbit about cooking and ne vet helped her poor old mother three days in her life She is not a beauty by any means and has a gait like a fat duck The groom is well known here as an uptodate loafer has been off the old folks all his life and dont amount to shucks no how They will have a hard life while they live together and the Sews hastens to ex tend absolutely no congratulations for we dont believe any good can come from such a union The next day there was a funeral AlxvujK Rrliii A Fight The Somerset Journal says members of the Christian Sunday school were given a picnic at Parkers Mill last Tuesday An episode oc curred on the way that was not on the original program In passing a scllool house on the bank of Sinking creek some one of the good boys gave the dangerous challenge School Butter It was immediately accepted by the pupils and in a jiffy the S S offender were caught and well ducked in a hole The country school lad will not brook this challenge from a town boy Twelve Bloodhound Pups Mr V G Mullikin of Wilmore is the owner of twelve of the bloodhound pups in the country says the Jessamine News They are by Nick owned by the and the dog that has done so well running down criminals in this and surround ing counties and out of the registered bitch Iva Belle Both sire and dam have made a history for Jessamine county A WellSpent Life The person who wrote the followin has in a short paragraph written the biography of many editors We look into the cradle and behold a male child At the age of ten he is a noisy kid with half the buttons off his pants and holes in his pockets and at 15 he is a devil in a print shop with an eye to meanness At 25 he is an editor of a country newspaper engaged in publishing the resource of the coun try at 32 emaciated and worn out at 50 a corpse in a cheap coflin and his only resources are a Washington hand press a few cases of type and a book with the names of 500 delinquent subscribers who line up and march past his coffin saying was a publicspirited fellow but he just couldn anything Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J Stormes 1m Chicago Glee Club This famous attraction IllS played in many cities in adjoining Statesand was voted the best attrac tion in the Knoxville Lyceum last season and has a return engagement there this year It was here by Mr M C T u r n e r representing the Southern un Bureau At the Courthouse 20 Reserved seats 50 cents at McRoberts Drug btore General admission 35 cents sll2t BUENA VISTA Delayed Letter Miss Bulah Green has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to relatives Much plowing has been done for wheatA Scott succeeds Wilson Bros as merchants here Mr Scott retired from the mercantile business nearly two years ago Jamas Spoonamore has secured the position as salesman at A T storeCharles Robinson sold a gray mare to Shelby Harberson for 100 Henry Williams sold Spill man a steer calf for 15 t g 5 PantagraphIn instantaneously announced living convenient county subscription save E r tlufs and placed September pleasant to Jas th line t 11 C Lye Scott f We have just received new line fal Ginghams and Percales The Logan Dry Goods Co Notice Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet at the regular time the 3rd Friday night Sept Itth at Odd Fellows Hall Every member please come and try to bring some one with you Meetings free ann 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 arc indebted to Dr T C Armstrong de ceased to call and settle at once Jin Dr Armstrong Admx Bryantsville Ky s4lt A man can take a day oil 1 but his rent goes on just the same Tax payers do not have to settle for the pavements made of good 21 Years A R n Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Lake City writes I have bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors re lief recently I got a bottle of llerbine One bottle cured me I am now taper ing off on the second I have recom mended it to my friends it is curing them too 50c at 11 E McRoberts drugstore 1m You dont catch a snake being rat tleheaded Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat hot skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded respira tion Give frequent small doses of lards Horehound Syrup the child will cry for it and at the lirst a croupy cough apply frequently lardsSnow Liniment externally to throat 50c at 11 E McRoberts drug store 1m Will the filtered water be all clear attain Fortune Favors A Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without appetite I began to use Dr Kings Life Pills writes W 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 True patriotism does not depend on the size of ones country Not Doomed For Life I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McCon nellsvilleOM for Piles and Fistula but when all failed Bucklcns 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 Nothing is so regular as the happen ing of the unexpected A Iarsons Noble Act I want all the world to know writes Rev C J Budlong of Ashaway R L what a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitter They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great for many years For a genuine allaround cure they excel anything 1 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 1m Poker keeps more men awake at nights than insomnia- A Boys Wild 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 II Brown of Leesvill Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him lie writes I now 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 It is odd but true that most cane is raised in cities- A Certain Cure For I yentery and Diar rhoea Sonic years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip says F L Taylor oCNew Albany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Laceyville Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route I made the tripsuc cessfuliy 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 occasionally intentions wit bout Bale BalI I I I suffering Chamberlains iy peptic been New tide r it J vare of The Knife No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery but it should not be used except where abso lutely necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom neeued De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures quick ly and permanently Unequalled for cuts burns bruises wounds slain dis eases Accept no counterfeits I was so troubled with bleeding piles that 1 lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a short time Soothes and heals 1m All in the mind obedience IJiiflfriiij Summer Dont let a cold run at this season Summer colds are the hardest kind to tango and if neglected may linger along or months A lung 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 troub les Tire children like it 1m The blunt citizen is the one who is most cutting A Sail Disappointment Ineffective liver medicine is a disap pointment but you dont want to purge strain and break the 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 hardest lesson we have to learn is how to remember what we do learn Devoured l y AVorms Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed abun The entire trouble arises from their food is not assimilat ed but devoured by worms A few dos es of Whites Cream Vermifuge will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive at once very much to the sur prise and joy of the mother 2oc at R E McRoberts drug store 1m There are a lot of doctor bills that are about as old as the doctor bill joke KaNoiI Prow the Dead C W Landis Porter for the Or iental Hotel Chanuto Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neu ralgia deed 1 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 L had deposed of my bottle I was cured entirely I am tellnde truth too 2 c SOc and 810Q at R E McRoberts druggist 1m The social scale also ets out of ance occasionally Most excuses are not worth the Feet Swollen to Immense Size 1 had kidney trouble so bad says J J Cox of Valley View Ky That L could not work my feet were swollen to immense size and I was confined to my 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 Stormes 1m When some men tall they dont be lieve a word they hear Doctors Could Not Help tier I had kidney trouble for years writes M rs Raymond Conner of She ton Wash and the doctors could not help me 1 tried Fo leys Kidney Cure and the very lirst dose gave me relief and now cured 1 cannot say too much for Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m A model husband is one who isnt patterned after a model More things come to those who dont wait than to those who do A Communication 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 A boy defines a headache as a stomachache in the brain An opportunity of a lifetime is of ten merely a chance to say no 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 hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exercise walk ride or drive Make a regular habit of in many cases chronic constioation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purga Lives is required take something mild and gentle and Liver Tablets For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m Ill Cold j I lands I I inanition I ball trouble I I am I meW this and liIC Cham berlain s Stomach f C C small r 1 The season has for S Painting arid Papering arrived Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I I 1 I Handsomest line of SiI SI WALL PAPR- we have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store O SO O O S O 2 O 3K C O jO O 0s We are now located 0 On Danville Street Opposite I hompsons Jewelry Store ALL GOODS DAMAGED BY THE 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 en c ns THE Henderson Route is NAMING 1 TO WEST AND NORTHWEST I ALSO TO ALL CALIEORNIA POINTS Ifyou are interested and want further information address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUIS VI LLLE ELY 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 SmdioPu- blic Square Lancaster Ky 0 2 0 0 0 fiRE VI ERE DESTROYED BY US 0 0 2 5 o 0 o 0 0 0 Store 0 2 OC tr rol tIItb Y l I ARE YOU GOlt G WEST EXTREME lOW RATES iR pi o PHS I iE1 r 1 1 f M n r O OGO O s 0000 r 0O 0 0a 0 0 0 0 Q a n c A 0 i t pnpsp pp Gs O OO Os00 O OGOc O at a a a iw H S a A 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 Hardwire store gives one a Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES CONTEST Voter 1 II Walker J B Robinson White John Bourne Frank Pierce W II Cook A K Walker Root Burton TCGulley Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold Arnold 2 22 II 21 J C Fox 20 J F 15 1t 13 12 12 ITC 7 Dunn- E 17 17 17 17 31 Parks J B Ruble J Y Robinson Lewis Thompson W B Denny J B Warner J A Sanders A Win Royston E Robt Burnside T L Yantis Win Ray J B 12 13 11 10 i7 10 D Ford 3 B Sutton 1 4 It Gulley 1 1 J J S Robinson A R Denny Robt Kinnard Counting Comtee Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Mrs J Roe Young and children have returned to their home in Chicago Misses Bessie Batson and Cora Ward spent Saturday in Danville Col W S Ferguson has returned to his home in Covington Senator George Farris spent Sunday with his family Judge A D Ford attended the fu neral of Mrs Ford in Lexington Mrs James B Collier is in Somerset visiting her sister Mrs Charles Rich ardson Miss Nell Bourne of Bryantsville has been the guest of Miss Ethel WestMiss Bettie Anderson is the guest of her sister Mrs W T Browning of LexingtonNicholaiville JournalA letter from Charles F Denman dated Cal reports a most delightful trip for himself and wife He says the peach orchards there are the finest in the world the fruit weighing from one to two pounds They left Gilroy Aug 27 going to San Francisco from there to Portland Oregon by boat and to Yellowstone Park reach ing Nicholasville by Sept 10 or 12 Charley has promised to write a of his trip for the Journal when he returns Miss Helen Brodhead is visiting Mrs U D Simpson of the Mason hotel Messrs Yernon Richardson and Embry of Danville attended the dance here Thursday evening Rev Charles Reid accompanied his Sister Miss Julia Reid to the McMur try Infirmary Louisville Mr W B Moss and his daughter Miss Mary have gone to Louisville Miss Mary will enter the McMurtry In lirmary Mrs Mary Reid has been in Lexing ton for a few days She attended the John Walker and Frank Marksbury attended the Nicholasville fair Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts enter taiend her friends Thursday afternoon in a very enjoyable manner Misses Ethel West and Lena Rig ney will leave this week for Lexing ton to enter Hamilton College I am making a Great Cut on in order to make room for 1 Fall Goods I am now selling regardless j of cost H Ballon at Gilroy ence des- criptIOn Thurmondof fUll of her sisterinlaw Mrs Ford OUNSWAR tr Saturday g g f I I f Jesse I l i l t l r II- i l Messrs Waller Hudson and Lewis Gill left Wednesday for Danville to enter school Miss Cora Ward will enter school at Bristol Tenn for this term Miss Willie Belle Burnside leaves in a few days to take a course in music at the Conservatory in Cincin nati Tercy Burnside who has been quite sick is very much better at this wri ting He has had tonsilitis and re ports that it was scarlet fever are false Miss Salmon the guest of Rev A R Moore and wife left Monday for her home in Winchester Mrs II M and sons haye re turned from Lewis county Mr and Mrs Bell who were guests of Mr Ed Price have returned to their home in Washington Courthouse OhioMiss Bessie Houk who was Miss Lee Stones guest has returned to Mt Yernon Mr R II Batson has gone to the cit ies for a new line of fall and winter goodsMr Charles Frisbie has accepted a position as clerk in the clothing de partment of the Logan Dry Goods Cos Store Miss Marie Joseph gave a very en joyable party Friday evening The house was beautitully decorated with flowers The yard had palms Chinese lanterns and seats for the guests The refreshments consisted of ices and cakes Miss Joseph leaves shortly to enter school at Bristol Tenn Mrs Charles Singleton and little son of Crab Orchard are visiting Mrs Geo Farris Danville avenue Miss Eliza Ison of Bryantsville was with Mrs W R Cook the past week Danville News Mr and Mrs A S Robertson and Mrs A B Robertson have returned from their trip to New York During their stay there Mrs Robertson studied elocution under one of the most eminent instructors in New York Jim Anderson who is with a South ern Railway engineering corps visit ed his mother Sunday He returned to Jellico Monday night The dance given Thursday evening at the Mason hotel was greatly en joyed Greens orchestra furnished the music Those present were Misses Carpenter of Stanford Joan Mount of LaGrange Maud Miller of Lexing ton Polly Traylor of Stanford Carrie Currey Altie llarksbury Christine Bradley Marie Joseph Jeorgia Sallie Ross Mattie Mae Robinson Messrs Jesse Embry Vernon Richard son of Danville Ware McRoberts Green Clay Walker Chris Faris W O Dunlap Willie Louis and Charlie West Fox Logan Harry Francis Will Sam and Marshall Denny Mr and Mrs Fleece Robinson Mr and Mrs John E Stormes and Mr and Mrs Louis Lan dramMrs Theodor Wintersmith Louisville is the guest Mrs W R CookMrs Angie Bosley and son of have been guests of Dr J B Kinnaird and wife Lillie V West entertained a few her schoolmates last Saturday before leaving for school at Nicholasville the following were guests Misses Bastin Marguerite Kinnard Irene Romans Maude and Grace Miller Elizabeth and Carrie Anderson Mae McRoberts Bettie West Morrow Anell Tomlinson Ethel Dun Mary Doty Angie Kinnard Edna Ma son Bessie Mae and Sue Anna Lear Lizzie Grimes Burnie Lear and Bessie D Yantis of Stanford and Mrs Marksbury The dinning wasdecorated in ferms and marshalni and the day was enjoyed much by all those present Victor Stone left Teusday for Lexington where he will Kentucky University Mrs Vesta Jordan and son J W Hamilton Ohio are visiting her J W Pumphrey and wife Danville avenue Mrs J M Logan and Miss Dove Harris have returned from the with nice line of fall Millinery I Grant Henry o f f Danville el roses I I I parents Cit absolutely Elsi tab mornin o o I Messrs Charley Uimlelt of IIiatts villc and T n Chestnut of Boyle are in Oklahoma on a prospecting trip Herbert Kinnaird is in Middlesbor ough John S Marrs of the Glyndon Richmond visited his mother this week Miss Bruce Pumphrey has returned home after a visit to her sisters in Hamilton Ohio If you visit Cincinnati stop at the Palace Hotel Its in the heart of the shopping and theatre districts a- Miss Maude Spainhower who is teaching at Paint Lick Fork spent Saturday and Sunday with her at Point Leavell and entertained Miss Mae Stevens of Lancaster and Mr and Mrs White of Indiana Stanford Journal M F Elkin and family leave the first of next week for Lexington where they will reside in the future having taken apartments at the LeLand As State Commander of the Maccabees Mr Elkin finds that constantly increasing business makes it imperative that his office be estab lished in some more central location and has selected the capital of the Bluegrass as the place While rejoic ing in the success achieved all unite in deploring the loss to our social and commercial life of this estimable who have so long been prominent factors in Stanfords social fabric 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 Uluccubcc IIfiiiv 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 1102 A bountiful dinner will be spread and the State Commander and other mem the order will deliver addresses All members of this Tent are urged to be present on the next regular meet ing night on Wednesday Sept 10th to make final arrangements s42t Lewis L Walker Comder STONE Katie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Irvin Clous was crll to her heav enly home scarlet fever was the cause of this little ones death Weep not dear fatherand mother your little one is safe in her Saviours arms for Jesus has said suffer the little children to come unto me forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven Mrs Robert Preston is very low at this writing Born to the wife of Win Whittaker a girl Mr and Mrs John Dean arc rejoic ing over the arrival of a girl Mr James Sander is spending weeks with J A Sanders family SJMesdames Lane and Preston visited Mrs Ben Kelly last week Messers Johnston and Lower Speaks visited friends at Lexington last week J M Sanders was in our midst Sat urdayMr and Mrs Harvey of Madison visited Misses Nannie and Duskey East Sunday Miss Myrtle Moberly attended the fair at Nicholasvile last week Mr and Mrs Will White returned to their home in Adams Ind Sunday after a to weeks visit with relatives at Lowell and Crab Orchard Fresh oysters at timers Saturday Business and Barains 4 M 4 M Fresh oysters at Zimmers For rent quick good ten room resi dence half block from the Square on Danville street Apply to John M Orand SMtf Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price II A B Marksbury Son A fine lot of BarredPlymoth Rock hens and pullets for sale Must take at once J C Thompson New line of Ladies and Gents gold watches and lings J C Thompson New Livery Stable I have opened a firstclass livery stable back of Garrard Hotel New horses new buggies prompt and polite attention Telephone us your older and rigs will be sent to you promptly 9Hlt W II Ward For tent On Lexington street J mile from Lancaster House 5 rooms H aores of land and all necessary outbuildings warm servants rooms hen house meathouse and good cis tern Pattie D Gill slltf A nice comportable room for ren also board school children Mis Lena Bright eggs dozen Cash II B Northcott Coal Coal My friends will find me at the coal ollice of II B Northcott my old stand where I will be prepared to supply them with the best grades of coal East Tennesse and Red Ash and Jellco semicannel and Laurel Co coal also Lime and Salt F Manager slltf I Hotel I bersof i i containing or EGosFresh 15c per I I r B Kemper parents family C several 4sff v For Sale New cotton sacks for clo seed II A B Marksbury Son io lax1ayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my office ready to receive taxes This is a matter must be attended to so why put it oil Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Nice I am now fixed up over ITaseldens store next to police court room and will give you a clean shave or stylish haircut The lire only put us out for day or so Come to see us Henry Duncan tf J Joseph is making sweeping on all Spring and Summer goods We have a big stock and they must go have a nice Alderncy heifer to sell live months old Will sell cheap 104tf T Currey Sen Best and cheapest coal at W P Co at Leavens 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 bar jams J Joseph Notice Thin 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 U28tf Special prices for cash on coal in the bulk at the old reliable coal ollice Leavel and W P Walden We will fill your coal house with the best coal cheaper than any other dealer in town Try us and we will please you W P Walden Co at Leavells coal yard H you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing your stuff Do not say ym had no warning you can save cast by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Farm lor Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Ald e 928tf Some may blow about low prices but we always give what we and you never find a fake at our store J Joseph Get your wall 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 call and I can be found at J M Rothwells office S D Rothwell M C L S14tf R M West is agent for the Osborn Hemp Reaper the only one on the market July 24tf Well well well We are still sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dress goods etc at prices that make competition Come in and we will show Joseph Lull Tulips Lillies Fresias Oxalis and plants for winter blooming Fannie 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 hand as well as all kinds of vehicles and Romans Elmore Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf For Sale or Tnulo One of the most uptodate Rigs the country practically as 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 or address O W Potts Teatersville Ky 928tf School Tax The school tax book for this year is ready Please call and settle as we need the money 94tf E W Harris Treas School CIiIlOcu When you start to chool come see my line pencilspen points pencil boxes lunch boxes satchels Call at the Racket s4tf Have you seen the Wallpaper dis play at the Stc e visit them and get their line of paper to select Rooms papered call or address Racket Store For Sale or Kent My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 94tf Remember J Joseph is hutting right and so hurry and get some of the great bargains he is offer ing 1 money to Loan Or firstclass real estate first mort gage If you cant give this security dont come Apply at RECOUD oilice We have a new lot of harness and vehicles and a assortment of old Hickory wagons Romans El more 1 1 that Slop reductions For Cnh 1 Walden ST Fol Cash to advertise rid represent settle celebrated dry goods shudder your harness For Sal Threshing good horsepower Reason IC nov f t lets penhole CIS ink an s mood ore Racke p cos a large fr m by a first p r hanger Either t J prices good ol C C sale paper i C ill band Class lefty I will fill your coal house cheap for cash with semicannel or banner Jel lico which is guaranteed to me to be as good asany coal in Jellico district 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 028tf 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 For cow fresh third calf Good milker R E McRoberts Quick sales small profits and prompt delivery from W P Walden Cos coal yard STONY POINT Mr Henry Arnold and wifeof Paris with their two bright little children are visiting their parents this week Miss Katherine Arnold has returned to Louisville to resume her duties as nurse in the Grey St Infirmary Harrison Thurman and son Lewis of Anderson Indiana who have been visiting relatives near here have re turned home Mr Jasper Bogie and wife took their little son for his first call Sunday afternoon Mr John Y Leavell accompanied his daughter Mrs Armstrong taller fort Wm Dollins and family moved to Illinois last week Miss Nancy Cooney of Louisville is visiting Miss Agnes Donahue Mr McDonald a former citizen of this county is visit ing friends and relatives near here Elder Roberts began a protracted meeting at Fairview Sunday Fire Will Not Interfere The proverbial luck that has attend ed the Cincinnati Fall Festival at tended it through the terrible fire which early Thursday morning wreck ed the College of Music and the Odeon buildings adjoining the famous Music Hall where already booths for the Fall Festival were built and The glass roof of the South Wing was broken and floods of water poured on the floors of the Music Hall Build ing The efforts of the Directors of the Fall Festival Association to save to save the effects of the Exposition have met with warmest enconiums Through their fore sight and the gallantry of Cincinnati suberb Fire Department the Fall Festival will be opened at the date originally named September 15th with every exhibit in perfect order and no trace of the conflagration visible On the commencement of the fire Mr Frank FouldsPres of the Fall Festival drove from his home in Av ondale at record breaking speed to the Music Hall where the directors nearer had preceded them To gether they rushed to the Art Gallery and under the burning roof rescued the famous 100000 picture The Fall Babylon carrying the charred box to a place of safety with but faint hope that the great picture would ever a gain belight the eyes of thousands The heavy timbers were prized apart and in all its Glory Pochegrosses mas ter piece was spread out the colors fresh and glowing as when he first laid them on canvass The conventions including that of Editors Day will be held on Music Hall Stage instead of the Odeon The vandeville will be transfered to the Plaza An army of 1300 men are clear ing away the debris and the decora tors are putting up fresh bunting The Fall Festival came through the tire triumphantSeptember 15 will see a Exposition greater and more complete than any ever held in Cincinnati A Fall Fes tival Directorate justly elated at hav ing averted a threatened calamity and a city united to a man in celebrating the Fall Festival LOWELL The colored people had their associ ation at this place this yearlast week and a large crowd attended Mrs Robt Brown has been quite sick but is some better at this writing Mr Archie and Miss Eliza Barnett of Beuna Vista visited friends and relatives in and around Lowell Mrs Maud Coyle and children of are visiting her father Peter Howe Mrs Etta Belle Whitaker of Kansas is visiting her parentsMr Billie Brown and wife Jesse Parks is improving his dwell ing house and when it is finished will be the best house in town For a bad taste in the mouth take and LiverTab lets For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m PUBLIC SALE As administrator of Elby Hill deceased will offer at Public Sale on the premises on the Ridge road running from Jacks Creek to the mouth of Tates Creek at 10 oclock WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 the following property About 400 acres of land sold In different tracts and then as a whole the largest amount ealized to be of cattle con of yearlings and cows 7 feeding two sows with pigs the crop of cornto be sold in field and about 40 barrels of old corn A full line of farming im household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale J S MINOR Admr SaleJersey home inFrank decorated heroic recent Association Chamberlains Stomach pike n m ou tobe ahead Nodes f living Missouri t twopeax olds of Popular young CouplejIarriag4 = A wedding which will be a great surprise to the many friends of both parties took place at the residence of Mr and Mrs W II Jarvis in this city yesterday at 10 oclock when Miss Mae their youngest daughter became the wife of Mr James M Raines The groom who resides in Lebanon has been making frequent visits to Lan caster but no one knew his inten tions not even the near relatives un til a few days ago when he asked her parents for he hand in marriage The ceremony which was a beautiful one was said by Rev J E Wolford pastor of the Baptist church Time attend ants were Miss Lucy Raines sister of the groom of Lebanon and Mr W II Purdy also of Lebanon After con gratulations the happy couple was driven to Stanford where they took the L and N road for Niagara Falls I We Can Supply Your Every Want It t Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock- a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SON Successors to J M Higginbotham I i i I t Take Pillsontbowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics IB compels continual and increasing doses to attain results the liver I acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE If You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUKCHASC TICKET TIlEVIA Louisvtue NASHVIUC H MII a The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates xinn Rates Time and all other be cheerfully famished by P ATMOHC a rrZ P a1 All aCl g IaforaatioR will I sa LcmVTflss4 and other points of interest in the North They will be away for about two weeks and will return to their home in Lebanon The bride is the popular daughter of Mr W B Jarvis and is a young woman of noble traits quite pretty and was very popular among the young people especially was she liked by her school mates She would have graduated this year from the Graded Schools The groom is a son of Capt William Raines of Lebanon and is engaged in the real estate business He is also superintendent of the water works plant in that city He is a man of splendid habits welltodo in business circles a prominent Knight Templar and Mason The many Lancaster friends extend their heartiest congrat ulations and wish them a happy through life A FKIEXD voyage cure agitating the constipation- by x 4 44+ + ++++ DR R fiOlDSTEIS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY OF f VERANDA HOTEL Stanford Ky Wednesday and Thursday Sep 10 and 11 GILCHER HOTEL Danville Ky Monday and Tuesday Sep 14th 15th Dont neglect your eyes your best friend If your eyes trouble you or you suffer from periodical or sick head aches consult Dr Goldstein and get reliefEYES examined and glasses scien tifically adjusted Kodol Dyspepsia Cur Digests what y w at Kodol Dyspepsia Cuss eatbast what yw V t Rheumatism The liniment bottle and flannel strip are familiar objects in nearly every household They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are about as effective in the battle with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare A f I and almost pain passed Bright sweet healthy are born under the conditions strength soon rallies Women who dread the iuue are Ignorant of the tneanc that art and science do aature in this Tent where the mothers Sic is of equal Importance to that of the child who is born i AU reliable druggists have Mother Friend nd the price per I A book Motherhood will be sent gn application to i ni IUMIIU umif iiura a IIJ f Labor Is k b paramount I 3 1 wrought by Mothers Friend azd the mother fri iTi Ti Rheumatism is caused by an acid sour condition of the blood It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settles in the joints muscles and nerves and liniments and oils nor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return with every change of the weather the real disease lies deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream of rich strong blood to the affected parts which washes outall foreign materials and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains S S S contains no potash or other mineral but is a perfect vegetable blood purifier t and most exhilarating tonic Our physicians will advise charge all write about their case we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga I dissolvesand without who and Delayed Letter George Rogers bought two sows and 11 pigs for SoO J C Clouse bought two sows and ten pigs for 27 Some one stole Win Campbell mare out last Thursday night and rode her to death The meeting is still in progress at Harmons Lick with 20 additions to the church The meeting is still in progress at Good Hope with three additions to the church five were baptized last Sunday Wm Campbells father and mother and brother of Clay county are visit ing relatives in this neighborhood Mr and Mrs Dudderar spent the day at Mrs LuayWorells Sunday Mr John Tudor and Mr Vaughn Norman visited Miss Myrtle Corminy Sunday Mrs Joe Lawson is visiting Mrs Icy Lawson MANSE Delayed Letter Protracted meeting will begin at Pairview the first Sunday in Tle Ladies Missionary Society will meet at the Presbyterian church Sep tember 5th Horn to the wife of Burdett Ram sey Jr a girl Miss Flora Anthony a pretty at tractive young lady of Richmond A7a who has been the guest of Misses and Mary Lear returned to her home this week much to the regret of her many friends and admirers Miss Fanny Doty of Lancaster is vis iting Miss Florence Burnside Mrs Morse of Illinois is the guest of her sister Mrs Ernest Woods MissJen nie White of Kirksville is with her cousin Miss Margaret Walker Mr and Mrs Ben Slavm and Miss Eliza Jones of Danville have been visiting relatives here Mr James Doores of your city has been spending several weeks with his neice Mrs John Doty Jr Mr A A McKinney and wife of Lancaster and Mr Will McKinney of Montgomery Ala have been at Mr Wm Mrs Adelia Woods and daughter of Stan jord and Miss Katie Denton of have been the guests of Mrs John Reid Miss Estelle Walker is visiting Miss Belie Denney at Stan lord Protracted meeting began at Fair view Sunday conducted by Rev T T Roberts All the good people should attend and help to make this a meeting James Burrows has returned from Colorado where he has been for sever al months Miss Hattie Jennings of Bryantsville and liss Burke of this place visited Miss Ella Burton of Kirksville last week Mr and Mrs T J Ramsey wish to thank their many frends for saving their house which caught fire during their absence from home It took hard fighting and good management to extingush the flames Mr Alex JJenny and daughter Mrs Duncan of yeur city visited Mrs Sallie last week The 11pound girl of Burdett Ramsey Jr has been christened Arnolla Preston Mrs John Tatum and daughter Eliza are both suffering from an attack of fever No Cordelia a writer isnt necessa a hog because he lives by his pen Mothers Friend A Promoter of Health amed womans back and limbs She applies It no dosing and swallowing of nastydrugs no This strengthens Invigorates and fresh dons supple and stimulates It is tar expectant morning escaped It Is and uiets the nerves a September Alma visiting Lexington successful Annie McCor- mack ill Mothers rriend puts comfort and ease In h givesthemIntendedsolely ape regularly throughout theo I FLAT WOODS 1 S hO pregnancy a JUDSON Mr J R Long and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son August 31st Dont think because I only owe him 2 or 75 that he can make out that small amount remember 200 or 300 such accounts amount to quite little sum So come in and settle at once R A Stone Josh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind is a poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Balm if it cost live 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 Royal Time Spend a few hours in Chicago urday night Sept 20th by hearing the Chicago Glee Club at the court house Jt is a high grade attraction Reserv ed seats 50 cents at McRoberts sll2t PAINT LICK Mr John C Siler has taken of the Veranda Hotel and Mrs J B Elys child is very sickRichard Ballard who has been sick for a while is we are glad to say im proving C Shumate has some corn that is so large that the stalk is breaking down and he has raised twenty crops in successioh on the land We have one ear of this corn that has 22 rows of grain and measures 3 inches in di ameter and 16 inches long weighs 21 pounds If any one doubts this state ment we will produce the corn Woods shipped one car of cat tie to Cincinnati Saturday The new crop of corn is being offer ed at 150 in the field The hemp and tobacce crops is re reported good in this section Mrs M Jennings is having her mil linery store treated to a neat coat of paint which adds much to the outside appearance She will open her stock of millinery goods in a few days MARKSBURY Miss Georgie Dunn is visiting rela tives at Manse Mr Cecil and daughter Miss Annie T of Danville have been visiting relatives here Miss Mary Durham is spending sever al days with Miss Verdie Moss at Lan caster Mr Fred Yeager and little daughter Katie Miller visited her parents at Danville Thursday Mrs Chas Burdett and daughters of Hiattsville spent Thursday with her sister Mrs John Woods Rout has accepted a position in Mr Geigers grocory atLancaster Mas ter Willie Robinson of Lancaster spent last week with his cousin Mas ters Bennie and Currey Robinson Miss Lina Noe returned to her home in Louisville this week much to the regret of a certain bachelor Mr and Mrs James Heriing and son Johnnie of Danville and Mrs Susan Johnson Miss Sallie and H P Johnson of Bur gin attended services at the Pork Sunday and dined with relatives We are glad to know Mr Wilson Rice is able to be out again after his re cent illness- A protracted meeting will begin at the Fork church Sunday The pastor will be assisted by Rev Wood of Har rodsburg Every one earnestly re quested to attend The Ladies Working Society was entertained last Thursday afternoon by Mrs Fred Yeager Delightful re freshments were served All present an enjoyable evening M G Aldridge is feeding 100 hogs for C A Arnold and C A Robinson He gets 4c per lb New Bank at Crab Orchard A new bank with a capital of 15000 was organized at Crab Orchard by M D Randell of Junction City with J H Collier president W E Perkins vice president and a board of nine di rectors will direct the affairs of the institution W M Morris a promi nent young man of Woodford county was elected cashier The way of the transgressor is often hard yet he seldom complains of ten der feet thumbnail a Saturday without Pains Sats Drug- Store possession rr E L J T Mr Robt lad painful A ttallroittl itluiiH Pmyor Not long since an old railroad man who drifted into a church where a rc rival service was going on was asked to lead in prjiyer Oh Lord now that 1 have llaygcd Thee lift up my feet off the rough road and put them safely on the plat form of the train of salvation Let me use the safety lamp known as make all the couplings on train with the strong link of Thy love and let my lamp be the Bible and heavenly Father keep all the switches closed that lead off on sidings es pecially those with a blind end Oh Lord if it be Thy pleasure have eve ry semaphore light along the line show the white light of hope that I may make the run of life without stopping And Lord give us theTen Commandments for a schedule and have finished the run on sched ule time and pulled into the great dark station of Death may Thou the Superintendent of tIe Universe say Well done thou good and faithful servant come and sign the pay roll and receive a check for Eternal Hap Ex lie aid prudence theI when I pin Call For Democratic Convention 2nd Railroad Commission District It Is by the Democratic Executive Committee in and for the 2ml Uuilroud Com missioners District of Kentucky That n Democratic candidate for Kailroad Commissioner be nominated in said district as hereinafter provided when so nominated said candidate slotH be entitled to lie voted for as the nominecof the Democratic party ollice at the regular November election VMV For the purpose of making said nomination delegate convention of the Democrats from the counties comprising said district be held in the city of Frankfort at 1 oclock pin standard time on Wednesday the 1st dry of October 1902 The delegates to said convention shall be chosen a follows viz In counties having but one Legislative district and not containing a city with one or more Legislative conventions shall tit the usuuL voting places in the several products In counties containing citicssjyithoneor more Legislative districts in said cities said muss conventions be held in precincts not embraced in city Legislative districts but in said cities mass conventions shall be lieu in the Ldgislative districts or district therein at some convenient place to be selected by the of said Legislative district Said selecting to be published in some Democratic newspaper In said city at least 5 days before said Conven tion Said precinct and Legislative district convention shall be held at 2 oclock p in standard time Saturday Sept 27th 1902 At salt precinct and Legislative district con ventions delegates shall be chosen to attend aud cast the vote of their respective precinct or Legislative districts at a county Legislative district convention respectively which shall be held at the Court House in their respective counties at 2 oclock p m standard time on 1902 at which County Legislative dist Convens delegates slmllbt selected to represent and cast the vote of said Counties and Legislative districts at said Commissioners district convention at Frankfort and nominate said candidate Pro vided however that should there be but one candidate for said nomination on or after 12 oclock noon standard time on the rd day of July 1902 the Chairman of this committee shall for and on behalf of this committee and the Democrats of said district declare said candi date and h shall be the Democratic nominee for said olliee to be voted for nt said election in said district and members of thiscommittee shall select the delegates in the counties of their respective congressional districts in said Railroad Commissioners district and in that event so much of this order cal ling said precinct Legislative and county con entions shall be null and void and the dele gates so selected by said Committeemen shall constitute said Railroad Commissioners conventionat Frankfort Ky on said 1st lay of October 1002 and cast tIne vote of their respectine counties for the candidate so to be the nominee by said chairman and said candidate shall be the nominee said office and said convention by its proper ollicer shall certify said nomination to the proper authorities It shall be the duty of the precinct commit teemau and Legislative Dist Chmn to respect ively call to order and preside over their precinct and Legislative District until a permanent Chairman shall be chosenIt be the duty of the Chairman of the County Executive Committees and City Legislative District Committees to call their respective County and District Conven tions to order and preside until a permanent Chairman shall have been elected Xo person shall be eligible for said unless he declares himself a candidate on or before the 3rd day of July 1902 by a written communication delivered to the Chairman of this Committee The basis of representation in precinct County and District Conventions shall be one vote for each two hundred and fraction over one hundred votes cast for W J Bryan for resident at the regular November Election 1000 but each precinct shall be entitled to at least one vote Wilkes II Morgan Chmu Clem W Iluggins Secretary It is ordered that the members of the committee of Garrard county hold meet ings in their precincts as provided in the call T B Robinson Chmn M D Hughes Secretary PUBLIC SALE SPLENDID BLUE GRASS FARM Stock of All Kills Fanning Btents GroiIDI Crops Thursday Sep 25 1002 As Administrators of A J Rice decd we will offer at public sale on the premises of the late A J Rice decd In Garrard Co the follow ing lot of personal property Seven work mules 2 two year old mules 7 cows and calves 10 yearling heifers ISO good grade ewes a lot of hogs sows and pigs 1 good hay baler two horse wagon 1 corn planter 1 disk harrow 1 mower plows gear 2 buggies 2 and nil kinds of farming implcm ents 30 acres of hemp in shock about 50 acres of corn also one of the best bluegrass farms in Central Kentucky containing 350 acres of land the greater part In bluegrass situate about C miles from Danville and about 8 miles from Lancaster on a good road This farm is well improved well watered and under good fence The farm will be offered first in three different tracts First tract of about 100 acres second tract the borne place of about 125 acres third tract of about 135 acres and then as a whole Terms easy made to suit the purchaser For Information call on or address Wilson Rice Marksbury Ky or Geo T Hlgginbotham Mar cellus Ky GEO T HIGGINBOTHAM K JFSSE C FOX ADMINISTRATORS J E ROBINSON Lancaster Ky district be held chairman the cIa September Railroad situated district of respective conventions Executive nomination aid Democratic foregoing Et buckboards c d ordered tutu for 1 shall ah l 9tit dared Ill Good Business Stand FOR SALE Having deseided to retire from the mereliaii ilc business on account of failing health we will offer nt private sale our stock of General in the town of JSryantsville Ky Said stock is in good condition and consists about Five thousand dollars worth of good inerchantlle goods store house and lot of a out one acre of land smut stoore room is 26 x 102 feet with 11 feet ceiling and plenty of light riiis is the lest equipped and most convenient tore room in Central Kentucky On the lot is i warehouse 50 x 00 feet a good stable and Huggy house a large deep Cistern coal house house and Pens toni etc If any one wishes to engage in the Merehan h will unit this to be the lest stand in the state situated in one of best counties in the Itlne Gras and J to li miles from any town of any im Will also sell two good dwelling houses in town 1st with one half acre lot with a six room in good repar and stable on lot 2nd with one acre lot New Dwelling rooms good dry cellar a good cistern with pumpon at kitchen door The most conveiiieu in the county and just completed one ego meathouse Poultryhouse and other necessary out buildings For terms mill furthes particulars address J X Aug 12 02 IJryantsville Ky A f Will also our loIlItr tile ltsittes Ie ion Ilwel1in U A Iso Duxx CO sell he rom n THURSDAY SEPT 18 1902 One farm containing about 17ft acres locates 3 12 milts from Lancaster 1 mile trom Hubble Smiles from Danville and 7 miles from Stan ford lying on old Lancaster and Danville turn pike within 1 utile of postoflice two chnrchts and school The place is subject of division ttne place containing about acres with welling of 5 rooms hall bathroom and cellar stock barn oOr 0 feet servants house of 2 rooms house buggy house and nil outbuildings The second place contains about SO mere with dwelling of I routine hall cistern etc tock barn GO feet implement barn tenant house of 2 rooms lioth places fronting on pike The is watered by never fail ing springs and two ponds one of which is the largest and bist in Central Kentucky and well stocked with fine fish Both stock barns and dwelling rj sup plied with a line system of waterworks water being forced by a 2horse power gasoline which is also equipped for cutting feed etc The place lens about 70 acres now in corn Balance in grass and stubble Pinto orchard of about 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 draw ing six percent interest with lien retained for balance of purchase motley Farm Implements and Stock At same time and place we will sell the fol lowing towit Otto Deering binder 1 Deeriiig mower steel Inxy rake 2cultivatorscom plan ter with check rower disc harrow disc drill harrow corn sheller large j lOwer cutting box onehalf interest In roller ono 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 lOW fresh 1 cow 1 red heifer 1 work ware good work mules lot steel nettint en ough to build two corn cribs Ioxl0x20 Pos session for seeding given at once full posses sion January 1 lUO Terms on stock cud Implements sums under 10 case over that amount credit until Jan 1 1U03 without interest Negotiable notes Those desiring to look over place will be shown slime by A F Pnrdom on premises further information address U W Givens Hubble Ky and dinner will be served ou the grounds J S ET MINOR T D English Aucr Splendid Blue Grass Farm AT PUBLIC SALE OX Thursday Sept llth I will offer at public sale finely improved blue grass farm of 250 acres in West Lincoln County Ky about 24 mules east of Hustou yule ansi 1 mile West of McKinney on C S railroad llustouville and McKinney turnpike Hiuniug along side of farm This farm improvements is one of the most beautiful desirable places in Lincoln County is a modern brick and frame metal roof con taining 0 rooms with varanda halls porches etc Outbuildings include two splendid new stock banns with Jl box stalls arid shed room 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 Inns plen ty of apples iu 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 iu stnbble and corn Large part of land is good hemp and tobacco land large sugar tree woodland Every tuing is in good repair has to be seen to be ciated It lies square on pike and could be di vided into 2 farms Convenient shipping point Payments will be libcwlrtinningJ oro years if desired Immediate possession if desired At same time and place will sell HTacres tim her land lying 2 miles south of McKinney al6 2 mare mules grade short horn cows and calves nice bull about 200 high grade ewes with shouthdown bucks 10 nice shoats 200 bar 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 ou premises Sale to A MI T D ENGLISH Auctioneer Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the digestive or gans is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia and all other results ofimperfect Price50c and SI Large size contains ZY times small size Book all about dyspepslamaileairca Prepared C DeWITT AGO CblcaflO SAL 9 ire For iU Sale will begin at 10 Il Ill Ill for cattle 1 rels of begin fit 9 30 S Kodol dIgestion I pi g IUBIC wee ci One i k I bigDwell lot reapp bit 1IERCESFAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN t NEWS NOTES A MM hiirivvnyuiau b Icl uj St e icli iu 1iiforuia j Fliers was another violent eruption i of SoiiTriere vol uo on the Island f St Vincent Muses Potter one of the most prom inent men in Warren county is dead it the aye of M years The Odcan at Cincinnati was de stroyed and the historic Music Hull was damaged by tire Loss Two Illinois Presbyteries of tl Cumberland PresbyterJanCIiKich have taken steps looking toward union with the mother church j The declaration of President Bier that no concessions will be made to the coal strikers hill caused yloom throuirhout the region as there was hope that a settlement might soon be reached rile awards of the laloway scholar ships in Georgetown College were made to the folloxvingyonnjr men V G Adams Stamping Ground G V Johnson antI Sam K HawkinsCeor je town Claude McNeil and Walter Al i sop Kinkead A strange thing has happened in the Tennessee oil Held The two Bob wells which have been pumping 275 barrels oil It lay steadily for two weeks suddenly ceased and instead of oil the wells are pumping salt water j Sensational details have developed in the case of George Conrad head waiter of the Gibson House at Cincin nati who committed suicide Itseems he killed himself upon discovery of his plot to kill his wife and join his inam orita a prominent Cincinnati woman Capt C C has been in Washington in the interest of Ken tuckys Spanish War claims expects the volunteers from the State to re ceive about 150000 in all Claim a gents are reporte to be buying up the claims among the volunteers at reduc tion expecting to realize full value on themFrank A Vanderlip of the National City Bank of New York stated in London that Europe has lost somewhat of its awe of America competition This he attributes to the decline in American exports and the unexampl ed domestic demand for goods but he said that if the crop expectations for 1002 are fulfilled the exports from the United States will likely reach the highest mark hitherto known There is general belief in Europe and espe cialiy in Germany that American pros perity is at the hood German econo mists continue to set dates for can financial disaster and have lost courage for their own situation Notice To Creditors All persons having claims again the estate or A J Itice deceased will prefer sHine properly proreii to undersigned or our at toruey J K Itobinon at Lancaster Ky on or before October irth 1JOi H T Higiinbotaam i Ull I Fox M imin IF VOU SEX TOrn 1 TO US We defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours PK03LPTXESS GOOD WOKK GENERAL SATISFACTION make a specialty of Family Vashing this de partment being under the sole charge of ladies Danville Steal Laundry S3IITII CUHKEY Agents Lancaster Ky 7 I 10C lOC Hal Valhoun who I C 14If J r 1 dYe t 1 I I 4 65 Otni 1 men the Jesse I mrs TiLL 141LDllY YOR1 S j LOCAL TIMETABLES Sontbbnd Mixed Nortlibnd Mixed Nortbbnd Iassgr Sontlibud Queen Crescent Time Card- Q C PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND nmNumberNumber 4 Daily Does Not Stop 3i5tiiini Number 2 stops when Number doscnt stop lit Danville but does stop at Junction City nt i 51 nm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 stops vhenilaged 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Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition and so en ables the baildingjtip of the body in the only possible food perfectly digested and I assimilate- dI more than glad to tell you I have better health now than ever be fore writes Mrs Francis Johnson of Dresden Ptettis Co Mo Box 71 i After using three of Ur Pierces Golden Medical Discovery one of Prescription and one Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets I am strong and hearty I have no more hall spells no more weakness I feel like a new woman altogether I couM not have lived much longer in the I was in if I not seen that advertisement in time to save life The Common Sense Medical paper covers is sent hv on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo X Y I WilSiffi I wayby bottles I Favorite vialof condition just sEt I ray Adviser That Smooth Finish So ranch desired bjr all for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your wot M N LAUNDRY 5 53 W Main St 202 i H T LOOM Agent Lancaster Kenncky men Phones Ky LEWIS Y LKAVKLL President J S K nixox Vice ORGANIZED 1883 1 The NATIONAL BAMK X Of LANCASTER KY t CAPITAL MM StTRItCS i B F HUDSON Cashier 1 W O FvKMTKY Aast Ctelir C D WAUUCB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prfxupt aw Garsfo A tteolioa DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold o j r Pres ITIZEN Z 1 i iMt t t s Having located iu Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and Having had man years exper ience I can guaranteee every job of work PAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON adjoining Thompsons store 619Sm First Class Painting I I I I t I Shop ORNAMENTAL PAINTING IIHJJ Aetna Queen Taiatine National Hartford Conueticut German American IMienix oi Brrtofcljn- Milwaukee 31erehants Xew York Underwriters Liverpool London V Globe North British 3Ierciaittilc iRYSii INSURANCE Rllmentin FollowiD Gaitan Lifelns CO If 1r L Aetna RartferC TO POULTRY RAISER fse KOYAL roriTRY MI XT KB antved cure for Cholera Kif ai a dvrfu producer tHY A i I lr K K 1 i the greatest iturct destroyer kiuithem Tht the twt A eir on oradrtre Sue Smith Ututral Agent c t r X- yr S BEAZU3Y Oilice over Kinn riin chnnh J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER K Money to loan at 5 per cent on rt estate qg a rr DENTISrl Dr it sins and s net mLItr ill itre 3 mortgages The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SUIUVLLS 10000 A R DEXXV President JOHX E STORMES S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Cashr R T Emhry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W 11 Kinnaird 0 0 0 0 i 0 OI t 0 o o 0o 0oPrest 2 2 Ass o 2 t 493f 2 Vice 9 2 o 2 I will go to the city before long to buy goods and you know I NEED THE YOU OWE ME Dont force me to dun you but do the right thing by paying me SALLIE D TILLETT MONEY no