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RECORDLANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEPT I THE CENTRALHIRTEEXH YEAR 181902 r f T JUTMIYB Z I I Superior I o I Wheat I o 0 Drills o 2 o 00oo All sold by 0oo Oca00000 c000000000 A u 0- t 0o ao s 0 o JR HaoMon FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line o f FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums fof 500 and upward J A t t R BEAZLEYC J v i r r F OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOdPc- t v t 0 I 0000 00000 of Local Interest i The colored boys who went north last Spring are coming in to spend the winter lounging around and eating off their parents To Teachers Mrs Lewis Walker asks the trustee to come in and get notices for election The law requires them to be put up so attend to this at once Dont forget that the ladles of the Baptist church will serve ices and cakes in room below RECORD ollice door Saturday from 2 to G oclock Proceeds for church Admission locts TIio Fur To Fly Judge Saufly and Congressman Gil bert are billed for speeches at court house Monday Come in and hear them They invite their opponents so a big woolpulling will doubtless be had Come in hear then pick your man A luulo Suicide The large bay nude which has been pulling the delivery wagon for 31 r Adams the upto slate meat man en ded his life yesterday by falling and breaking his neck Mr Adams says the mule has been somewhat desdond ent for several days and had little to say to any one Hauling Vutcr The mill electric light plant and Sweeneys livery stable have been hauling water for some time all the cisterns being dry or too low to spare water for stock The light plant had to close down at ten oclock for sever al nights Hack From Sc v York Danville Advocate Miss Minnie Eastham has returned from NewYork where she purchased a complete line of the fall fashions in millinery goods She has secured Miss Nannie Warren an expert trimmer of Cincinnati to assist her The date of the openinir will be announced a few days later Glee Club TIarrodsburg cor to Danville News The llarrodsburu Lyceum Course will begin September 17lh with the ap pearance of the Chciago Glee Club This club was on the program for last winter and was usually well received and will be welcomed again most heartily At Lancaster courthouse Saturday night Sept 20 The court room will be comfortable Victor Lear sold to Lawson Fox 209 hogs which averaged 210 pounds at seven cents Mr Lear fed all the lions and they were about the pretti est lot delivered in this section items here SaleBig of Ilogs LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER LANCASTER Walking Skirts We have just received a new line of unlined Walking Skirts prices from to 500 Also new line of 54 inch Cloths for making Walking Skirts in all theNew Shades We are showing some Special Values in 3 6 inch Taffeta Silks I i M 1 f Q 150 f CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME It ISelioove Carrara County to Put Forth Every Ellorl Now The Railroad in Our i As Danville people had asked a hear ing of the Louisville Commercial Club in which they were to set out the whys and wherefores in their favor a lot of progressive Lancaster citizens conclu ded to also lay their claim before the Louisville people and show them that we are still in the light for the South ern extension and why Louisville should stay out of the scramble a large delegation of our prominent business men made arange ments to go to Louisville yesterday where they met the Louisville busi ness men last night and showed them some of the many reasons why the Southern should be built through Gar rard instead of paralleling its own road into Danville As we go to press we have not heard what the Louisville people did but what we want them to do is to keep hands oil in this tight to stay out of the game We have Dan ville beiten and their appeal to Lou sville for aid is like the drowning man grasping at a straw That road is coming this way and as we have the thing cinched what we want to do now is finish up the few remain ing miles of right of way which is through territory easily secured but which should be put in black and white as is the twothirds now signed for The securing of this road means everything to Garrard county as we have been preaching for several and now it is right in our grasp ville has made a hard light but she couldnt deliver the goods that is she has not done so up to the hour of our going to press and we will wager our hat she never does Danville is ex pected to see to it that the company has no obstacles in Mercer county if she is to be given the road Mercer knows which side of her bread is buttered so have no fears on that pointSome one started the report in Lou isville that Lancaster was out of the tight This led the Louisville peo ple to throw a crumb of comfort to Danville hustlers in calling an open meeting of the Commercial Club Mr John Farra to whom all the credit in this matter belongs learned of the move anal went to Louisville the re sult being that Lancaster was asked to be present and say her say The delegation which went down last night is composed of men who are the leaders in Lancasters business affairs and its a safe bet they told our Louis ville friends a thing or two can not aliord to take sides in this fight and it stands to reason that no partiality will be shown but they are business men of enough ability to see that the Lancaster route is the best for all concerned As much ado is being made over Louisvilles attitude in the matter we will give our readers the following let ters which were sent to Prest at time they were written 11OAUD OF TJIADE Louisville Ky Sept 23 1899 Mr Samuel Spencer Esq President Southern Railway New York Us Y Dear learn that a prelimi nary survey for the extension of the Southern Ry has been made from Burgin to Jellico Tenn via Lancas ter and Brodhead Ky Upon investigation we are lead to believe that the survey made via Lan caster and Brodhead on to Level Green and Jellico is a most desirable route for freight and general business for the road This section is practi cally undeveloped so far as railroad advantages are concerned and it is a very rich agricultural section pro ducing wheat corn hemp tobacco and live stock A road penetrating this section of Garrard county could practically have no competition and would open up a vast amount of business for the road and the city of Louisville which we are very desirous to have trust after your investigation of this line via Lancaster you will ac cept it We heartily endorse every thing that has been done by the of Garrard county and Lancaster for the promotion of this enterprise Very truly yours Signed C C Mengel President COMMERCIAL CLUB Louisville Ky Jan 1st 1901 IIonSamulSpencerPresidentSouth ern Railway 80 Broadway New York Dear view of the fact that the Southern Railway has just placed an engineering corps in the field on the Burgin Jellico extension we feel justified in calling attention to a mat ter which we think is of equal import ante to the road and to the business interest of Louisville From our knowledge of the situation we are conlident that the route from Burgin through Garrard Co via Lancater on the Southern connections at or Jellico will be an ideal route as far as business both to your read and to the merchants of Louisville It opens up a portion of Kentucky now undeveloped which would yield a vast revenue of traffic to the road and would bring the people of that section in closer business relation to the mer chants of Louisville We are reliably informed that in the county of Gar rard onthis route a saving of a mile or more can be made over the former preliminary survey as made by the Southern and a better grade secured We feel a great interest in this mat Grasp I yearst andwell Louisville SirWe We people SIrIn neal practically I Consequently Spencer ter and heartily endorse the people of Lancaster and Garrard county in what they have done they being the first to propose this connection If built this road would place us in more communication with the business interest of the whole town and we respectfully request that you give this route your very careful Yours truly Sam P Jones Prest Next Monday is county court and our collector will be on the streets We trust those in arrears will pay him as we need the money Scales Heady Mr Adams tells us the scales at the stock yards have been repaired and are in perfect condition lie is well equipped now for stockmen Two House Burned The house of Frank Gastineau at II iattsville was burned Saturday night about half the contents being saved Sunday afternoon the house of Will Coins on Buckeye pike was destroyed only a portion of contents being saved Linen Shower The W CTU will give a Linen Shower at Mrs Sam ITaseldens Thursday afternoon for benelit of mountain schools Come and bring any article of clothing you can spare old or nevr IMittiiig III Heaters The Citizens National Bank is put in a large furnace which will heat both rooms and take the place of two stoves Time work being done by Mr Wm King of Danville an expert workman in that business Mr King will be here for a few days and if you want any work in that line will be glad to talk with you The Colored School Prof Louis A Leaven principal tells us the school will open next Mon day and a large attendance is lIe is thoroughly equipped for the place and is one of the best post ed colored men in the state The as sistants are Isabelle Overstreet and Florence Adams Former Garrurd County Man We had a most pleasant call from Mr Wm L Collier brother of Mr Moses Collier Mr Collier left Gar rard during the war and located in Il linois where he has been very success ful in farming and other business pur suits Like Uncle he is a big hearted noble gentleman and makes friends of all with whom he meets lIe will return to his home in a few days Uro Robinson Transfcred Rev Leonidas Robinson whose transfer to Newport was mentioned in last issue left for that place Satur day his family going at the same time We regret to part with Bro Robinson as he was a good worker for all that was good lie was especially fine in temperance work and will be missed sadly by those who are whisky and blind tigers THE REO OUD wishes Bro Robinson well in his new field Chief UotliAvell Improving The many friends of Chief Samuel Rothwell will be glad to hear that he is improving and his suffering is not so severe as last week His leg is weighted and Dr Kinnaird thinks he will fully recover from the fall There is not a bigger hearted or cleverer man in Garrard county than Big In jun nor one in whom the general public feels more interest He could have escaped from the fire without a scratch but after reaching the stair way he thought of our foreman Trib ble and another young man sleeping in the building and went through names to reach and save them This noble act required his escaping thro the window and making the jump which crippled him and almost cost his life We read of such acts of bravery but seldom have them brought to our door Stand Ye Idle We never look on the dark side of anything if there is a spark of en cauragement for the better but we must confess that the prospects for the rebuilding of the hotel and opera house this fall are slim quite slim The company has never had a meet ing and we have been unable to learn anything of its intentions As stated in last issue the editor of this paper made up 1600 in donationsand could have made it 2500 if work had been commenced this fall but the company held no meeting and we concluded to rest on our oars If all members of the company do not wish to rebuildit seems that another company could be organized as the investment could be made to pay and pay well provided the contracts for building were prop erly made and bonds for faithful per formance of same be taken Every one Is painfully aware of the need of the buildings and we are firmly con vinced that a company could be or ganized in a very short time for that purpose There is certainly enough interest felt in Lancasters welfare to bring this about Haremscarem in vestments 441144 skingames Heres your chance to get rich schemes and glibtongued strangers ought to be given a wide berth until Lancaster gets an uptodate hotel and opera house and we believe we have enough public spirited citizens to bring this about direct arrange- to promised opposed- to consideration ing lose Why Y Meeting Mexican War Veteran The National Association of Mexi can War Veterans will hold their an nurl meeting at Paris Ky Sept 25 All survivors of the Mexican War their widows and children are invited to be present Address Col J C Craddock Paris Ky W S McChesney Lexington Ky A Mistake The Harrodsburg Herald says that J M Rothwell of this citg may have some trouble in his race by reason of having sent a challenge to Col Ed Gaither It is true Mr Rothwell and Col Gaither did tave a little misun derstanding at one time but no chal lenge is in existence and we know whereof we speak WellKnown Young Man Frank C Tevis aged twentyseven years merchant at Lawrenceburg died at the Holman House Tues day afternoon at five oclock of peri tonitis He was born in Madison county and was a member of a well known family of that county He had been engaged in business about four years Mr Tevis was a prominent Mason and was buried at Richmond Thursday with Masonic honors He was a member of the Presbyterian church His father mother and a brother survive him He was a nep of Mesdames T B Walker W 0 Rig ney and B F Hudson of this city Hurt In Runaway Danville Advocate Mrs Lizzie Rice who resides about six miles from Danville on the Lancaster pike had a very narrow escape from instant death Wednesday evening while driving near the home of Mr Churchill Yeag er The horse being frightened and started to run for an open gateway and succeeded in getting through him self but the buggy caught and over turned by striking the side of the gate and Mrs Rice was dragged a consider able distance under the overturned buggy before she succeeded in extric ating herself She sustained a very severe fracture of the right hip and was otherwise considerably Druised a bout the head and shoulders Dr Elliott of Bryantsville attended her Shelby Tribble of this office who was injured in the Franklin Institute tire is still at his mothers in Rich mond but hopes to go to work in a few days We have been having a hard row to hoe but here is this is sue lacking in news but we hope due allowance will be made We could get another man but those who are lying around idle are not the kind we will permit in our office All the good men are at work and its hard to find a temporary printer Blacksmiths are plentiful but they are too expen sive a luxury to have around the otlice or 1st VicePres Star Attraction From Somerset Journal On the 22nd the first number of the Lyceum engagement the Chicago Glee Club will appear in one performance This will be their second appearance of the Gem and no more elegant and pleas ing musical entertainment will visit us during this season At Lancaster Courthouse Sept 20 Admission 50 35 and 25 cents Low Round Trip Rate to Waiblag ton Account G A R- On account of the Grand Army at Washington D C the Ches apeake Ohio Ry will sell round trip tickets from Lexington at 1155 and at correspondingly low rates from all other points Tickets will be sold on October 3rd 4th 5th and 6th and will be good to return until November 3rd if desired Extensive preparations are being made by the Government authorities in Washington to decorate and the Capitol in the most gorge ous manner Low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during the re union to all battlefields and eastern cities between Norfolk and The C O will have two fast trains each way with finest sleeping car coach and dining car service more historic country than any other line For full information or sleeper see any ticket agent or G V Barney Div Fass Agt Bradley Words Louisville Commercial In his ad dress to the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Firemen at Chattanooga on Mon day President Roosevelt said Yesterday in passing over theChick amauga battle field I was immensely ate soldiers from Kentucky who fell on that battle field The inscription reads as follows As are united in life and they united in death let one monument in grateful ce all the of that tailbH conflict which made all men frt a retained every star on the nation flag That is a good so itiment That is a sentiment by which we can all stand And oh my friends what does that sentimem have as its underlying spir it The spirit of brotherhoodCheers and applause I firmly believe in my countrymen and therefore believe that the chief thing necessary in order that they shall work together is that they shall know one another that the northen er shall know the southerner and the man of one occupation shall know the man of another occupation the man who works in one walk of life know the man who works in another walkof life so that we may realize that the things that divide us are superficial Reunion illuminate NewYork byKentucky we peopleforgetful I glories traversing reservation 8 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge- I am a candidate for the Democratic nation for the Judgeship of the 13th Judicial district of Kentucky composed of the of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer MCSABFLEY For Commonweallfa Attorney We are authorized to announce Chas A Hardin as a candidate before the Democratic party Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District For Circuit Judge Weare authorized to announce Hon W C Bell as a candidate before the Democratic par ty for Circuit Judge of this the Thlrteeth Ju dicialal District are unimportant and that we are and must ever be knit together into one indissoluble mass by our American manhoodThis selected by theKen tucky commission that had charge of the erection of the monument was taken from Gov Bradleys message to the Lagislature in 1898 in which he recommended the appropriation of money for the erection of the monu ment And it is a sentiment that has appealed to the best feeling of the best people in the country Governor Bradley has been singularly Lappy in all his utterances on the subject that ever has been nearest his heart the old Kentucky home Born in this State a youth at the time of the great war he was yet old eneugh to become inspired with a deep reverence for the loyalty of their convictions of the on both sides and with pride in the splendid bravery of his fellowKen tuckians whether they wore the blue or the gray And it was Gov Bradley who first found the way to the actual reconcil ation of the old antagonists by claiming the political gospel that as the gallant men who fought so well are united in death so should the liv ing Kentuckians be united in the per petuation of the glory of their deeds and in the devotion to the grand old State that gave them to the one or the other side in that stupendous struggleThe that greeted the read ing of these historic words from the heart of Kentuckys Republican Gov ernor showed that the brave men who ride upon the locomotives were struck as was the President with the noble words that have been written in the granite of Kentuckys monument on the Chickamauga bat tle field as well as in the State papers of Gov Bradleys administration in the archives Kentucky They were good words and no brave manly American will ever pause before the monument to the brave dead of Ken tuckys soldiers without feeling as President Roosevelt did the thrill of their poetry and their patriotism counties SO- ldiers pro immensely loyal nom nrTWiwnifwwwnrnrwiw imnnwr rw Ding Dong Ding Dong The school bell will be ringing again in a few days and we want to fix your boy good style for school and are going to of Our Entire Line 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 We also have a nice line of School Shoes for Girls and Boys at rockbottom prices H T LOGAN The OnePrice Clothier and mmmmmmmmmnmmmm v I i J E E fur E I Suits from 5Octs up to 35O 1 i 2 j5 UWWWWWUWWWWWWWW jiG P rPr r 1- rr 1-ur E up- in F = 11 r off r E r P i j 4ly It Furnishers i Y DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE r J tftii1ii rJfij Jg gr J I ISURRIESt BUGGIES OO m il 1FIIiETO1S If so can furnish you with the very best that money can buy and at prices that absolutely defy and knock out competition 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 We Any 6 6 161 I GEAR BREECHING TRACES COLLARS c I illELM 0 R 8i 8raJ8ilf iJ WAGON E1 ROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClan Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Sept is Col AValtoii Withdrawn his many friends regret that Col Walton has withrawn from the rail road commissioner race He had a strong following and they are sorry they will not have a chance to show their high esteem by working and for him Here is his card A year or more ago when I was footloose having either sold or leas ed the several papers that 1 had the thought occurred to me that in view of party service and former connec tions with railroads of whose conduct I had some knowledge as well as their needs and of the necessity of proper restraints that I might ask and obtain the office of railroad com missioner in this district No one so licited me to run and 1 announced my candidacy entirely on my own volition My reasons for quitting the race are that I have a daily newspaper on my hands which requires my constant making it impossible for me to make a canvass in the short time that the committee named for the nomination The action of the com mittee I believe was illadvised and in the interest of a favorite else the nomination would have been deferred until the usual time next spring I made the attempt to buck against the machine but it was like the perform ance told of in Acts 95 It was bound to its idols and no amount of coaxing or threatening would move io More worthy men than I have felt the force of the machine and know the utter futility of going against it The re fusal of the committee to rescind the snap action killed my aspirations un der the circumstances as the instan ces of the office seeking the man are few and far between lie has to go after one if he wants to get it and I do not want one that bad Therefore I quit I do so however without malice and withoutdesire I am aDemocrat by birth and by prin ciple and always submit to the con stituted authorities no matter how wrong I may think their action I have never held office nor have I ever asked for one before There is abso lutely none of the make up of a can didate in my composition J have nev er asked a single man to support me nor have I ever felt that I could do so without to some extent sacrificing my independence Hundreds o f good friends have however proffered their aid and support and to them I return my sincerce thanks and assurance that they will always occupy a warm place in my heart The newspapers almost without exception received my can cidacy with favor and thecomplimen tary things they have said about me would take away any sting my decis ion might have occasioned if such were the case Pledging my support to nee whoever he may be and thank Ing those who have stood by me from the bottom of a grateful heart I the pursuit of office to others to whom 1902 attention for revenge the nom1 leaver voting oft it is more compatable and resume my place in the ranks never again to ask for political preferment for myself W P WALTON The Danville People Have Tough Proposition Harrodsburg Herald The various press reports sent out from Danville are to the effect that the necessary amount had been subscribed and a quarter of a million could have been readily secured for the extension of the Southern railroad We would like to call attention to a few obstacles that they will probably encounter on their road to pro perity First The matter of forcit s i ri ht of way thro S100 an acre blue gio pass ing within to farm houses and out buildings would re quire endless litigation cost upon cost and carryiug it through all of our low er courts up through all of the vari ous Federal courts would require thousands of dollars that does not ap pear at the right of some nomde plume In 1886 Mercer county voted the Louisville Southern railway 000 in bonds and there yet remains including expenses and accrued inter est about 40000 of this sum unpaid Are Mercer county people going to fold up their arms and continue to pay a tax until this 140000 has been liquidated We are informed that the railroad made a contract with Burgin people in order to get their support that if the vote carried that they would continue to run the trains to Burgin and connect with the Cincin nati Southern at that point They guaranceed to run as many as one pas senger train daily to and from Burgin Are the Burgin people going to let the railroad annul its contract without objection Third Under section 201 of Kentucky Statutes it appears that should the road build the proposed line to Danville that it would be the Kentucky Statutes in run ning a parallel line with another road which is being operated by a lesse company whose stock is largelv own ed by the road proposing to build the paralleling line The Danville people must remember that they must put up the money with which to pay all the court cost besides paying for the riGht of way which will cost them anywhere from 35000 to 50000 Strong Attraction The Chicago Glee Club has five strong characters which stand at the top in standard secular and sacred music together with plantation and humorous songs The press endorses them all over the country The Journal says Each one became on appearance at once a favorite and every number on the program was the occasion for a repeated and ous encore to which they gracefully and graciously responded- At Courthouse Lancaster Sept 20 Reserved seats 50c at McKoberts General admission 35c s112t raoonahlne The moon will light you home from the Glee Club Saturday night 20 Re served seats 50 cents general admis sion 35 cents children 25 cents Two front rows reserved for children I larms and close pximity 150 Atlanta violating To Be Sold 2 Disc Plows 2 Disc Harrows 1 Disc Wheat Drill K FPOSTLEi i to i t uib AT COST CYLCONES are the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS DONT PUT ITWe give a splendid policy at a small cost OFF TOO LONG Lancaster iJ YfJft0 rijl0f Eil f Gf00I 01I re tZi i0 0 li QiCir r J Qez r0larr 1 e1F2 7 0 1 Gi0 1 flitl of o il SvVEEPING I 10 very Ky Irjll lWtl Jffll JN gJ lff 010JJ1lfliiflflJifjWffflf0rit lfffJ fl rii JiJft1 11eJlfJfJJ f 7jf rJJli 7W5fffi j t r lV FLit r NIA1i a PIlEACHEllSVILLE Roy R II Hobbs who lias served the Methodist church at this place so faithfully for two years has left us for Mackville circuit W D bought 18 shoats from Jas Anderson for 10 J P Rogers is selling out to move to OklahomaII is repainting and im proving his house which is adding greatly to its appearance Rev Owens who bought the Beaz ley farm is here saving fodder John Anderson sold a sow and pigs to Dave Collitt for 24 Rev G G Ragan who has been sick for some time is some better at this timeMiss Lena Hobbs formerly of this place but now of Lancaster was here this week bidding adieu to her many friends before leaving for New to join her mother Mrs F F and daughter Allie May of Cor bin is here for a few days visiting their many friends John Carpen ter of Madison has been visiting W II Cummins and family for a few days Misses Fannie and Ella has gone to Georgetown to enter school this winter Rev J C Carmi chael has been called bv the Baptist church to preach for them another year Mr G Brown and wife was visiting their mother Mrs Victoria Anderson Sunday John Cress and wife are visiting friends in Rockcastle this week Mr Fred Payne of Illi nois and Mrs James Bell were quiet ly married last week They will go to Illinois and make it their future home Ewhero Mr Payne owns a fine farm MAUKS1SUKY Speed Boner purchased at Danville court a horse for 25 We are glad to learn that little Christine Owen received the blue rib bon at the Barbourville fair for be ing the prettiest girl baby in an entry af six She is a neice of Dr J II Dur ham and a name sake of Miss Chris tine Bradley Saturday afternoon as Mrs Lizzie Rice was driving down Routs lane her horse became frightened and began to run Mrs Rice had presence of mind to pull him into Fred gate Mrs R was thrown from the buggy receiving several bruises and a frac tured hip Miss Lula Simpson returned Satur day from a several weeks visit to rel atives in Lincoln and Boyle counties Miss Ruth Aldridge is spending several weeks with Mrs Charles Bur dett at Hiattsville Mrs Joe drickson visited relatives in Lexing ton last week Miss Georgie Dunn has returned from a pleasant visit to Manse Miss Lyda Arnold has been spending several days with Mrs Vic tor Rice in Lower Garrard Miss Lizzie Simpson visited friends in Lex ington Saturday Several from attended court at Danville Monday Miss Sallie Herring left Tuesday to visit her friend Miss Eliza Logan of Mitchellsburg Mrs Will Broad dus gave a dining to a number of friends last Tuesday to meet her mother Mrs Layton of Nina Miss Ilattie Kauffman of Nicholasville is spending several weeks with her sis ter Mrs Fred Sutton MANSE The meeting is still in progress at Fairview and many souls are being savedVirgil Gastineaus residence was burned Saturday night while he and his wife was at church The neigh bors saw the fire in time to save the contents This house was known as the old Doty homestead it was the birth place of Capt Doty and it was over one hundred years old Mr and Mrs Joshua D u n n of Brodhead are visiting Mrs Belle Hen derson Miss Pantha Royston has returned to Bowling Green where she will resume her studies in shorthand and type writing Miss EstelleWal ker left Monday for Holly Springs Miss where she will teach Miss Jane Lusk left Monday for Lebanon to attend the WalkerMoffett wedding Miss May Hayden has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Woods Walker Miss Georgia Dunn has been visiting relatives here Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis of Lancaster visited Miss Mattie Mc Cormack last week Misses Ella Burton and Lula Wheeler two attrac tive young ladies of Kirksville has been visiting Miss Bessie Ballard and attending the meeting at Fairview Mrs John Bright and sonof Standford are visiting Dr Ramsey and family Miss Lula McClure of Crab Orchard is the guest of Mrs Robt Arnold The sick folk at John Tatums still remain in a critical condition Elmore Cum- mins I eagers lIen here Mexico Thompson i BOURNE Mr Allen Ray sold one calf to James Parks for 15 C R Anderson sold one fat cow to Jas Parks for 5c also to same party one cow at 2jc Joel Marsee sold one calf to James Parks for S15 Miss Janie Jackson returned to her home in Lexington Sunday after a visit to her father John Jackson Clay Ray of Buckeye visited his cousins Luther and Lilburn Ray Sun day Mrs Lida Murphy and children of Ilammack visited Mr Win Duncan and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Value Duncan visited lien cous in Loa Duncan Sunday MrJ B Bourne and wife returned home after a pleasant visit to Win Brouddus Sunday Huston Finlcj spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Burgin LOWELL There was preaching at the Baptist church Sunday by Rev Houston Jack Frost visited our town night but did not do much dam age Jesse Parks has gone to menu tains this week on business John D Hardwick and family visit ed the formers parents Siuwlay Millard Meadows and wife visited the hitters parents Sunday Will Howe and wife visited the hitters mother Mrs Belle Henderson Egbert Lewis and family are preparing to move to Richmond We not like to see them go but wish them success in their new home R II Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tiled many doctors without re lief recently I got a bottle of Ilerbine One bottle cured me I am now off on the second I have recom mended it to my friends it is curin them too 50c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m j The new woman seems to have giv en up trying to be an old girl Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore 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 1m Some people are consistent only in running from one inconsistency to an other Fortune Favors A Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without appetite I began to use Dr Kings New 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 and Fish and Co 1m Counter Xot Doomed For Life I was treated for years by good doctors writes W A Greer McCon nellsvilleO 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 25c at R E McRoberts and Fish and Co drug stores 1m The hardest lesson we have to learn is how to remember what we do learn- A Noble Act I want all the world to know writes Rev C J Budlong of Ashaway 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 and Fish and Co brug stores 1m All in the Boys wild Ilido For Life With 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 He writes I now sleep soundlyevery night Like mar velous cures of Consumption 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 and Fish and Co drug stores Paint Lick Ky 1m Saturday th 48 21 Years A YIIcltiC I H attractionsbargains pay Jar lOu suffering mindobedIence- A family Pneumonia anti- family tapering drugstore drugstores three s Ilwxvarn of The Kcife No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery but it should not be used except where necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom neeocd De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve cures and permanently Unequalled for cuts burns bruises wounds skin dis eases Accept no counterfeits I was so troubled with bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris Ill J Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a short time Soothes and heals lin Any woman can keep a secret per taining to the fact that her new dress is but an old one made over Linsorlufr Summon Colds 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 troub les The cliidren like it 1m A man must put his best foot up ward as well as forward if he would reach t he top of the ladder A Sad Disappointment Ineffective liver medicine is a 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 girl who boasts of being a good fellow either marries a fool or single all her days Devoured l y Worms Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed The entire trouble arises from inanition their food is not assimiJat but devoured by worms A 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 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m Its not an easy thing to consider one banquetcracker a good square meal liaised From the pearl C W Porter for the Or iental Hotel Chanute Kan says I know what it was to suffer with lIen ralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Mallards 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 2oc 50c and 100 at R E McRoberts druggist 1m The waiter is a failure if he loses his Bead Swollen to Immense Size I had kidney trouble so bad says T T Cox of Valley View Ky That I 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 See a pin pick it up means good luck especially if it is a diamond pin Doctors Could Xot Help TIer I had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Conner of 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 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 won derful reconstructive tonic that is slaking 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 II Holla day of Ilolladay 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 Kodol saved my life Take it after meals lug Tax payers do not have to settle for the pavements made of good inten tions Chicago Glee Club This famous attraction has played in many cities in this arid adjoining States and was voted the best attrac tion in the Knoxville Lyceum last season and has a return engagement there this year It was plac ed here by lIr M C Turner representing the Southern Lyce un Bureau At the Courthouse Sep tember 20 Reserved seats 50 cents at McRoberts Drug Store General admission 35 cents sll2t I absolutely disappointment remains t led few dos Landis I I l Feet I quickly abundantly and C Shelton indigestion rs The season has arrived for Painting and Papering n tr 1 S Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc J I t I Handsomest line of s I WALL PAPERS I we have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store We are now located On Danville Street Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store THE We will continue as before to handle 0 only the best at the lowest prices Make our store your headquarters We o will appreciate your coming A Telephone us your order and we will deliver it promptly and appreciate your favor r O OSO O O O IS NAMING 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 YI LLLE KY IW 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 j The Fox Studio Public Square Lancaster Ky t 8 0 i 0 o 0 o f d flJRe i ira e ioo FIRE YERE DESTROYEr B US oA 0 o g 0 i 2- o 0 o 1f9I hitl D4 rug 2- o hJ Q o O 2 a A f1U Ail I db1b r t THE 6 I u u 1W J1 Y LnWil ilTrSto Ht Ii I Zi J rt 1T o 4 L r TIlrJ Hi rJ f h II OGO OGOGOOOOt O s O OIO Os OOvOv0 G d 0 0 0 0 0 0 p n s0 0 0G ALL 0- GOS Y 0 0 G Di 0 4 0 o a 0 4 Store nOvOGO O O OsOOsOO i y- rrF vac 5x rs r- WST L oJr r wow l 4 tffflBBR1i 6 r If l I L I STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES Hardwire store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES u t0Y0Y J rJjiJrfl ij rZ ifY lV L CONTEST Io o o f 0 iii f Q IC a Arnold J II Dunn Walker Fox J H Robinson White John Bourne Frank Pierce W It Cook A K Walker Robt Burton TCGulley Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold II C 2 2- 2o E II fi2 10 J C 2l jJ 17 17 lr14 13 I 12 12 F 67 7I- I e A R Denny Counting Comtce i 7m ifilnltini mliif MHi ffliiffffflRffifflffl Fall Millinery I IJ S Robinson Robt Kinnard f YG 01 1 tffiTII nfl 1mmM1lffifrffm fiM I J Parks 12 J B Ruble 72 t- tJY Robinson 11 jt Lewis Thompson 10 Denny 87 10 ft 7 A Sanders 54 A 3 Wm Royston 05 Dunn 1 fc Robt Burnside 3 4 g O T Layton J x Win Ray 1 S J B W B J Warner 0D Ford Jas II T L B I antis Our stock of Millinery is now com plete We are just back from the Cities with the most stylish lines we have ever handled Come early and get a NOBBY HAT 1 Noel Sisters iim tiI I ImmmuWWllJM lMl Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In J T Hays was in Stanford Monday Frank Moss Jr is still quite sick feverLittle Ilowell Edmon Hays sick list this week Mrs Letcher Owsley is in Louisville visitinV relatives Mr W B Burton has gone to Lex ington for a few days Mrs Corn of Missouri has been vis sting Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Lillie T Powell returned home at Atlanta Monday Mrs Margaret Hollins of Danville is with Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mrs George Patterson has gone to Cincinnati for fa ew days visit Miss Emma Goodloe left for Ala bama this week to teach school Miss Van Grecnleaf of Richmond is the guest of Miss Louise Kauffman Miss Mattie Mae Robinson leaves this week for Richmond to enter col legeMisses Maggie and Isabella Hurt of Hiattsville were visitors in town Mrs Robert Davis of Williamsburg is visiting Mrs Dr Walter Lexington Noel Scrivner of Cynthiana is the guest of her neice Mrs Jesse SweeneyMiss Bradley left Monday to enter the St Joseph Hospital LexingtonMiss Kinnaird left Saturday to resume hersiudies in shorthand at Middlesboro I am making a Great Cut on in order to make room for Fall Goods I am now selling regardless of cost H 51 Ballon time toper Saturday avenue s QUEENSiAREI I I iI I i I ison l f i f l i r r t i 1t Ks Miss Sarah Letcher is visiting Mr F J White and wife and other friends in LancasterMr Clay Hamilton are congratulations on the arrival of a little girl Mr Ed Hopper of Covington spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Miss Jane Hopper Mrs Tapp and little Goodwin Elkin of Atlanta are visiting Misses Sallie and Martha Elkin Mrs Badger Miss Lillie Lea veil and Mrs Mary Walden were visitors of and Victor Leavell Miss Xellie Martin of Louisville will assist in trimming in Miss Sallie Tilletts millinery store Mrs Charles Reid and children of Middlesboro are visiting Mrs Mary Reid Richmond avenue Mr Win Kinnaird and Miss Thraw of Columbus Ohio are guests of Mr W II Kinnaird and family Mr and Mrs J T Miller and little Lillie visited Mr Jno T Hays and wife at Hiattville Sunday Miss May hicks after a weeks visit to Misses Bertha and Mary Burnsidc returned to Lexington Friday Misses May Philips and Lizzie Simp son have returned home after a visit to Mrs C S Evans of Xicholasville Mrs Lewis Walker Misses Jane Lusk and Fannie Doty attended the WalkerMoffett wedding at Lebanon Miss Lizzie Wherritt of New Or leans is the guest of her neice Mrs John E Stormes Richmond avenue Mr R E Hughes and and Mrs Charles Frisbie of Louisville are guests of Mr John W Miller and fam ily Miss Margaret Hackley having re turned from Lake Chautauqua has resumed her work at Georgetown Col legeMr Wm Collier and daughter Maud of Decatur Ill are visiting his broth er Mr Moses Collier at the Mason hotelMiss Maud Miller who has been vis iting Miss Lizzie Brown left Monday for a visit to Ohio before returning to LexingtonMiss Brown entertained a few friends Thursday evening in hon or of her guest Miss Maud Miller of Lexington Mrs of Texas and Miss Jennie Parks of Paint Lick have been visiting their aunt Mrs J SRob inson Danville avenue Somerset Journal Rev Raker re turned Friday from a business trip to Lancaster Danville Harrodsburg and other Central Kentucky towns Misses Sallie Tillett and LauraSmith have gone to Cincinnati and Louisville to purchase fall and winter millinery and attend the openings Mr and Mrs Percy Poland and hand some son Robert Hughes of Lind Washington are expected this week to visit her parents Mr M D Hughes and wife Mersrs John T Williams Jake Jo seph II M Jarvis Mr and Mrs John T Hays and children and Miss Jennie Williams have returned from Bar boursvill fair Mrs Simpson Elkin left Monday for her home in Atlanta Ga She was accompanied by her brother Mr Sam Duncan who is improving rapidly from his recent illness Mr Millard West left Monday for his home in Washington D C He receiving S- oT wife Kil ore I j time s accompanied by Master Robert j West who has been spending tle summer with his grandparents MrJ K West and wife Dr J W Grant has been quite sick for a few days Mrs Powers of Cincinnati is the guest of her sister Mrs T B Long Jacob Joseph has gone to Cincinnati to purchase fall and winter goods Miss Hare of lSTicholasville is the guest of her sister Mrs McClelland Johnston A few friends were entertained Monday evening by Misses Allis and Bettie Anderson Mr and Mrs W M Bogle of Owens boro arrived Monday for a visit to Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt Miss Lilly Noel returned Saturday from the cities where she has been attending the fall millinery opening Miss Katie Bishop and Mr Manse Miller were quietly married today at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Alex Bishop Mr R L Jennings and wife Mr J C Thompson and wife and daughter Miss Mary are in Cincinnati the fall celebration Mr Walton Romans wife and chil dren of Decatur Ill and Miss Williams Stanford are visiting his sister Mrs Pendleton Cox Leslie Anderson came back from a two months stay in Indianapolis and spent Monday night with his mother Tie entered Central University Miss Inez Teale arrived Saturday and has again taken charge of the trimming department at the Noel Sisters to the delight of her ma ny friends Miss Lizzie Brown has received quite an honor in being appointed on the executive committee of the State Hoard of the Christian Endeavors The board will meet in Lexington Friday Danville Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs John Baughman entertained a few friends at six oclock dinner last eve ning at their home in the county in honor of Miss Mary Kell of York Pa and Miss Nannie Mahan of D C Covers were laid for twelve Danville Advocate Miss Lyda M Anderson is in Lancaster visiting Mrs William R Robinson and Mrs Ken neth Postle Miss Nannie Gaines returned home today from a months visit to relatives in and around Flemingsburg Mrs S A Price of Lancaster who has been visiting her son Mr W C Price on West Mann street for the past two weeks returned to her home yesterdayMrs A Price of Lancaster is visiting her laughter Mrs Dr Grant on Fourth street A Iieiniit Surprise When our genial and popular friend John K West came in Monday morn ing from his garden where he had for several hours in the health ful as well as useful exercise of dig ging potatoes his thoughtful and family suggested that he exchange his fatigue suit for one more suitable for the entertainment of company as it was probable that some of his friends might call during the afternoon Being somewhat fatigued by the labor of the morning he acted upon their suggestion and about four oclock in the afternoon one and an other of the older citizens of the city began to drop in until he found him self surrounded by half a dozen of the friends of his youthful days who had upon the nvitation of the family call ed to join in the celebration of his Tilth birth day Tlie company was composed of II C Jennings aged 7S W II Wherritt 77 T M Johnson 75 Dr E Evans 71 T S Stone 72 and J S Johnson G4 who after an hour or two of pleasant reminisences were in vited to the dining room where all partook very heartily of a very bonn tiful delightful and elegantly served dinner After the company returned to the parlor our host suggested a comparison of our ages be had and it appeared that including our host the average age of the company was a lit tle over 74 years and that all were members of Gods host marching on to that reunion in Heaven to enjoy the marriage supper of the Lamb All present regretted Capt F J White and Squire W II Kinnaird were com pelled on account of indisposition to send regrets A FUIEXD Tile Confederate Home The Villa Inn at Pewee Valley re cently purchased for the Confederate Home is considered a bargain Eight thousand dollars in cash and property in Louisville worth 4500 was given for it The building contains ninety two rooms of which seventyone are furnished and with the exception of linen the house is ready for occupan cy Eevry room is carpeted has a double bed with spring mattrasses a china and four chairs It has steam heat and gas throughout six large cisterns and one deep Inex haustible well all connected by steam pumps in good order There is a around the building in which length The furnishing is not only comfortable but substantially luxuri ous The home will accommodate now at least 125 veterans and give them Board of which Capt Hathaway is at once which if done will enable theHome to be opened Nov 1st was attending Personal Notes Washington I washstand rainydays original lettert i Re- becca Tuesday indulged affectionate veranda H f H H H HHHH M M M Business and Bargains MUHHMMHHHHMH Fresh oysters at Ziminers We have just received new line fal Ginghams and Percales The Logan Dry Goods Co Lancaster Prohibition Alliance TTo 21 will meet at the regular time the 3rd Friday night Sept 1Jth at Odd Fellows Hall Every member please come and try to bring some one with you Meetings free and open to the public O T Wallace Pres You can secure some great our Grab Sale The Logan Dry Goods Co I wish to inform the people that are indebted to Dr T C Armstrong de ceased to call and settle at once Mrs Dr Armstrong Adnix Bryantsville Ky s4lt Dont think because I only owe him 2 or S75 that he can make out with out that small amount remember 200 or 500 such accounts amount to quite a little sum So come in and settle at once R A Stone 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 slat Flue Furin for Sale We call attention to the aclvertis 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 be sold 2t For Sale Xew cotton sacks for clo ver seed II A B Marksbury Son To Tuxlayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my otlice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it oil Respectfully S14tf 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 go 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 gains J Joseph 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 llama for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Ald ridge 928tf Some may blow about low prices but we always give what we repre sent and you never find a at our store J Joseph To Town Tux Payers City taxes forlJ02 are now due We need the mOl so please call and set tie I cantie found at J M Rothwells ollice S D Rothwell M C L 814tf Well well well We are still the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shud der Come in and we will show you J Joseph If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward EGOS Fresh eggs 15c per dozen Cash II B Northcott Coal Coal My friends will find me at the coal office 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 Jelli co semicannel and Laurel Co coal also Lime and Salt F B Keuiper Manager slltf For Kent- On Lexington street J mile from town the toll house Contains 5 rooms If acres of land and all necessary outbuildings barn servants room hen house meathouse and good cis tern Pattie D Gill 11tf For rent quick good ten room resi dence half block from the Square on Danville street Apply to John M Orand 94tf Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price II A B Marksbury Son A tine lot of BarredPlymoth Rock hens and pullets for sale at once Thompson New line of Ladies and Gerrisgold watches and rings 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 order W H Ward i Notice bargains- at Notice farm J J C and rigs will be sent to you promptly C This sale supplying D mot S M fake 911It THE BEST Country Store In The State Cause for selling illhealth Stock About 14000T Amount of business done annu ally 20000 Good store room 20 x 102 fet Also Two Good Dwelling Houses All in Bryantsville Ky Address J X Dunn Co 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 I Dont forget that we old Hickory wagon always on bflnd as well as all kinds of and har ness Elmore Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf For Sale or Trade One of the most uptodate Thresh ing Rigs in the country practically as good as new consisting of 10 horse power Russell Traction Engine and Separator with selffeeder Wind stacker tank and pump hose etc Everything complete Will sell cheap or trade to real estate Reason fo selling ill health call on or address O W Potts Teatersville Ky 928tf School Tax 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 Children When you start to school come by and see my line of tablets pencilspen points penholders pencil boxes lunch boxes and school satchels Call at the Racket Store s4tf Have you seen the Wallpaper dis play at the Racket Store visit them and get their large line of paper to select papered call or address this Racket Store For Sale or Kent My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 91tf Remember J Joseph is cutting pri ces right and left so hurry and get some of the great bargains he is offer t Money to Loan Or firstclass real estate first mort gage If you cant give this security dont come Apply at RECOUD office We have a new lot of and vehicles and a good of Old Hickory wagons Rothmans El more 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 1 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 AVC 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 For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and LiverTab lets For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m PUBLIC SALE As administrator of Elby Hill deceased will otter at Public Sale on the premises on the Ridge road running from Jacks Creek pike to the mouth of Tates Creek at 10 oclock WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 the following property About 400 acres of land tobe sold In different tracts and then as a whole the largest Amount realized to be 2s head of cattle con sisting of yearlings twoyeaiolds 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 plements household and kitchen furniture articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale J S WHITE Admr fOR SALE Bulbs lave veht s Roma s For Sale n pr eSja hr n Rooms by a first class pa hanger Either assQr rent Notice SaleJersey a m on I y the lug barns S it i Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirer 97OOOTo be distributed to such of its readers care to in an Intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of soc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati O We Can Supply Your Every Want sets 1 a subscriber I t tl melds who 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 ft SON Successors to J M Higgimbotham I 1 i i ii It r1ont7ake Pillsbowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics Wm 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 Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON STAKES OOOOO PURSES Jflr October7th to 17th cure constipation by agitating the They I Grand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 35 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Program Em Half Fare Rates on all Railroads R P STOLL President E W SHANKUN Secretary Off Kodol Dyspepsia Cur lUdol Dysp ptla Cw- DifMte what y at J Bigtrts what ywi aat The treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil True these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubes soon fill up again with mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and the poisonous acids and vapors which should pass off through the skin are thrown back upon the mucous membrane or inner skin producing inflammation and excessive flow of mucus CATARRH 1 I circulation all offensive matter and when rich pure blood is again coursing through the body the mucous membranes become healthy and the skin active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap pear and a permanent thorough cure is S S S being a strictly vegetable blood does not derange the Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly improve under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC co Atlanta Ga MADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR will warm her through and through alleviate hot stop that headache a mothers her and comfortably through be no obstructed periods The everrecurrent and the monthly moon will follow regularlyupon each other times a Buy of druggists for 100 per bottle Ou are welcome to our Illustrated XRXKhook Perfect Health for BRADIFELD REGULATOR k ATLANTA GA that and bar troublesThere ear THE L her nerves drive that sinking dull fautnis safely GO- t j reaches every part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the eyes red hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears No remedy that does not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the I much of which is absorbed into the blood and through the circulation 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 Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf It is stated that Minnesota has 450 cooperative creameries and that Wis consin 1000 out of the 7000 in that State while onethird of the creame ries in Iowa are on the cooperative planIn spite of hard times the value of farm animals in Germany is at the rate of four millions a year Plowing for winter wheat is and farm work is well up The late census bulletin shows that the value of the milk sold and and the butter and cheese made on farms in the United States for the census year was 472309225 and that the value of eggs and the same year was The Wisconsin dairy industry em ploys 1700 hands at an annual cost for wages of nearly Showers visited nearly all sections of the State during the first of the week this was followed by dry and very cool weather Local wind and hail storms did some damage but the area affected was small The rainfall was very beneficial especialiy in the drouthstricken counties of the south central and western districts W P Hatchett of Mackville Ky bought four mules ages ranging from two to three years from different par ties at 75 to 110 per head Georgia is the peach State of the TJnion having 700000 peach bearing trees Next is Maayland with 4015 000 then New Sersey with 2700000 and Delaware with 2400000 Corn shows considerable improve ment The drouth had nearly ruined some of the early fields in the dry counties but the later planting is qnite promising Warm weather is needed to mature and ripen it The crop for the whole State will probably be above the C Curren of Danville sold a few days ago a good work mule to Jake Brown for S125 Mr Brown also nine head of broke mules in the Gravel Switch neighborhood last week at from 70 to 117 per head Of the six hundred weeds and grass es growing in the Northwest it is by those that have made a study of it sheep will eat 576 of them while horses consume but 82 and only 50 Irish potatoes are very good and sweet potatoes fair There is a fair hemp crop and cutting has begun is doing well Tobacco has improved considerably but is not in a satisfactory condition It is very irregular some fields being fairly good and others very poor The Burley districts report more conditions than the dark tobacco counties of the western section but the crop as a whole will be far below the average in yield and quality has begun in the early fields Special reports on apples and indicate that peaches are practical ly a failure not averaging more than NATUREWomans Beginning mt the time when girlhood continues everlastingly to grow and Sale50 increasing consumed poultry 281178035 1000 average- V purchased estimated cattle Sorghum favorable Cutting peaches blossomsw manhood all her life untilthe first few silver streaks proclaim agewoman days of cold and come againas the moon IVane and her chillsdiscomfort and depression yet be bears burpatiently and with rare Tile animay g1n through alleviation lac qUiet nerves and rest ns IJ U 1 progressing I advancina y five percent of a full crop Apples are very poor probably falling below twentyfive per cent of an average crop Breckinridge and Meade reporting good apple crops Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m Mat Cohen of Richmond Ky sale of highly bred 4vearold gelding Jack ODiamonds by Dorsey Golddust out of a mare by King Kur tice The sale was made to Jack Spratly of New York The price was 2250 Mr Cohen thinks this the highest price gaited gelding ever sold in Kentucky He has quite a record as winner in the show rings 1oleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys sound so they will the poisons from the blood Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m A combination that has never been fruitful of good results is that of to grow an exposed garden and poultry at one and the same time No hen on earth can refrain from in the very inviting beds nor she resist the nice green morsels they appear in the garden A garden is all rightand so are hens each in their separate places put tile combi nation cannot be made without fencing Either the hens must be fenced in or the pens or out of the garden It is better to fence the garden than the hens ADVERTISED LETTEHS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed weekending Sept 18th 1902 Bessie A Anderson James M M E Adams T L Black W S Tardip Esq If called for say advertised Wm West P M Five Cup races for amateur reins men are features offered only by the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association at Lexington Oct 7th to 17th The best amateur drivers of America have agreed to contest in these events Lost Overcoat Wednesday between Lancaster and Stanford Black coat Return to W B Jarvis Lancaster and receive 2t Black gilt 110 pounds split cut on left ear also on right ear two white feet Apply to J T Rainey Judson s182t Recommendation Hubble Sept 13 1902 We the undersigned have seen an Ideal Deeming Corn Binder at work on Mr McKechnies farm today and can say while it was tried in corn dead ripe and on ground that was very steep it did splendid work in fact we could not ask for a corn binder to do better work than it does as it does the work as well as a wheat binder does in a wheat field It knocks off no more corn than a man will cutting it by hand and we take pleasure in recommending it to be all they claim for it Signed R L McKetchnie A P Sloan S P Weaver T C Rankin C C Gover Robert Rankin Fred and J M Rankin s18tf Lost In a Wilderness A Kansas editor who contracted the habit of going to church has this to say Ladies should take off their hats in church No preacher can a man who is looking into a lop sided aggregation of dead birds weasels chameleon skins ribbons beads sticks straws corn tassels and thistle down It makes a sinner feel lost in the wilderness Ills Turn Now The man who rustles with the learns the calf to suck who casts the corn before the swine is now in pork is climbing up the scale and beef is out of sight The eggs he gathers every day from his Poland China coop are almost worth their weight in gold and we are in the soup His corn ey for a half a ton of hay The is In the saddle and when he comes to town the rest of us by right should go away back and sit down Interior Journal The Chicago Glee Club which gave such entire sacisfac tion here will appear at Lancaster on Saturday night Sept 20 OurGar rard friends should not miss this rare musical treat It is so popular as to play return dates in many cities and towns Tickets at B E McRoberts counties reports diseased eliminate trying scratching ample outin Armstrong reward Found inspire stuffed upper everydayfarm- er II catS Yoke v cow- and Will Try N w IMaii The electric light committee of the city council will recommend meters for both residences and business hous es The cost of mtUers will be Sl but at the end if the year the will refund the money It is said that a fiat rate will be made as fol lows Residences under ten lights 35c per light over that number 25c Bus iness houses under ten lights 50c over that number 35c Richolasvillc Journal Gilbert to Take the Stump The lIon George G Gilbert Demo cratic nominee for Congress in the Eighth district has made the follow trig speaking appointments Lancaster Monday September 22 Paint Lick Friday September 20 Bryantsyille Saturday Sept 27 Richmond Monday October G Berea Saturday Oct 11 Kirksville Saturday Oct 11 Danville Monday Oct 20 Crab Orchard Tuesday Oct 21 Stanford Thursday Oct 23 The appointments are for 130 p m The Republican nominee is invited to be present and will be given an equal division of the time Notice As successors to Austin Kemper Co we deem it proper to say to the public that the above firm no longer exists Mr Kemper having withdrawn and accepted a position as salesman and solicitor for II B Northcott now ever we shall be pleased to receive your orders for coal and will endeavc to please you both in price and Give us a trial W P Walden S T Leavel Telephone 41 To get a good and sure stand of grass use by Gaines Bro Gaines Bro handle the lightest strongest and best farm wagon made See the people that has prospered by the use of fertelizers 100 lbs to the acre all that is required to convince farmers that it is the only way to raise wheat successfully Sold in any amount by Gaines Bro Save labor and expense by buying a Deering Corn Harvester from Gaines Bros s18tf MORE LIVES ARE SAWED BY USING WtnVtltiWtl sUHR b hSW rou Consumption Coughs find Goldi Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positive urcs Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Ha reverPleurisy LaGrippo Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough KG PAY Price bOc Trial Bottle Pee Public Sale As administrator of A K Lackey deceased I will offer at public sale on the premises miles from Paint Lick and 5 miles from Berea on Walnut Meadow pike in Madison county Ky on about the hour of 9 0 a in the following per tonally SHEEP 4 Lambs 14 Ewes 1 Southdown Buck MULES Mare Mule 1 2yearold Horse Mule HORSES 1 Rockaway cud Draft Horse I Harness Stare I Horse Colt CATTLE 5 2yearold Feeding Cattle 2 Yearling 7 Much Cows Shorthorn 2 Heifer Calves 1 Bull Calf 1 Yearling Bull HOGS II Hogs average weight 200 pounds 32 average about 100 pounds 5 Stands FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 2horse 1 Buckboard 1 Surrey 2 Corn Planters 1 Wheat Drill 1 Mower 1 Disc Harrow 1 Hog Scalding Box 1 1 Cider Mill 2 Farming Plows 2 Cutting Boxes 1 1 Corn Sheller and various other farm HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE 1 Grandfathers Clock 1 Davenport mahogony ft long 1 3corner Cupboard 1 Desk Antique Walnut I Top Centre Table Various other articles of furniture Corn to be judged in field TERMS All sums of 20 and under cash all sums over 20 on a credit until January 1 1901 with note and approved securely without interest No removed until terms of sale are T M LACKEY Admr T D Chenault Auctioneer PUBLIC SALE SPLENDID BLUE GRASS FARM Stock of All KM Famine Im plements GUIDE Crops Etc Thursday Sep 25 1902 As Administrators of A J Rice decd we will offer at public sale on the premises of thelate A J Rice decd in Garrard Co the follow ing lot of personal property Seven work mules 2 two year old mules and calves 10 yearling heifers 130 good grade ewes a lot of hogs sows and pigs j good hay baler two horse wagon 1 corn planter 1 disk ents 30 acres of hemp in shock about 50 acres of corn also one of the best bluegrass farms inCentral 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 wellimproved well watsred and under good fence The farm will be offered first In three different tracts First about iso acres second tract the home place of about 125 acres thirdtract of about 135 acres and then as a whole Terms easy made to suit the purchaser For information call on or address Wilson Rice Marksbnry Ky or Geo T Higginbotham Mar cellos Ky GEO T HIGGINBOTHAM E JFS8E C FOX ADMIMISTBATOBS J E ROBINSON Lancaster Ky company quality fertelizerssold firI e OIH3l NO CUR 1 Wednesday October 1 1902 I implements antiqueS 7 cows buckboards tract of 8 style property EXECUTORS SHORTHORN CATTLE TJU1WDAY OCT 9 1JI02 On the above lute at Tuttersalld sale burn Lexington at 1 p 111 the undersigned us exe cutor of the late C J Fitch sell to the highest bidder the entire Clifflaiid Herd of Short horns Young Mary Young Phylrss and Rose of Sharftu For catalogues address J NORTON KlTCir Exr llniiiy Jessamine County Ky Auctioneer J 15 Clnuuhorrf Vilmorje Ky On Wednesday Oct 8 II F i Isaac Yaiimet er will sell their entire herd of Shorthorns near Winchester Ky Commissioners Public Sale BO LK CI R CUJT CO IUT Klizebeth A Tomlinsous Adinr Ac 11JTs Vr- fKlizabath A ToniHusons Heirs Defts By virtue of judgment of the Boyle Circuit Court In abovestyled case rendered at the September Term 1002 I will On Saturday Oct 4 1102 at 11 oclock A M or thereabouts sell to the highest and best bidder at public outcryat the dwelling house on the premises the following real estate That certain TRACT OP LAND in Garrard county Ky belonging to Elizabeth A at her death and lying about ly miles west of Bryuntavillc Ky on Fishers Ford pike and bounded as follows Beginning at beech stump nt turn of road to I M Dunn thence with center of said Fishers Ford road X E 20S 5 MOO poles to stake on the South side of said road corner to Swope in line to Yeager thence Swopes line 112 2100 poles to center of Scotts branch thence down stone S SsJf W G poles S S W SO poles K IS W 2S poles to stake on North side of creek thence SS W 1 1 poles S o W 11 50 100 poles N JS 31 W 2C poles S t W 1M poles X 70Ji W 51 poles X poles X25 W 12 poles to a sycamore on north creek cor ner to Bowling thence S 32CW 2M poles to center Fishers Ford pike thence with center of same S 58 E S poles S G5 E 102 poles thence with dirt road X 10 W 15 72100 poles to begOt ning and containing 202 ACRES 2 ROODS 10 POLES Said land will be offered first in three sepa rate parcels and then as a whole and the bid or bids accepted that shall realize the most mon ey and the boundaries of the three separate parcels will be given at the time of sale The first parcel contains PL acres It poles The second parcel coutaius131 acres 2 roods and 28 poles The third parcel contains C9 acres 3 roods and 11 poles TEKMS The sale will be made on a credit of ti and 12 months equal payments and the purchasers will be required to execute bonds with approved surety payable to Commission er having force and effect of a judgment and bearing interest front date at C per cent per an num until paid and with lien retained on property as additional security for payment thereof CHASC FOX Master Couir Boyle Circuit Court PUBLIC SALE THURSDAY SEPT 18 1902 One farm containing about 170 acres located 3 12 tithes from Lancaster 1 talk troin Hubble S miles from Danville and 1 miles front Stan ford lying on old Lancaster and Danville within mile of postollice two churches and school The place is subject of division one place containing about M acres with dwelling of 5 rooms hall bathroom and cellar stock barn ilOxCO feet servants house of J rooms Ice house buggy house and all outbuilding The second place contains about so acres with dwelling of rooms hell cistern etc stock barn GOxiil feet implement barn tenant house of 2 rooms Both places fronting on pike The place is watered by neverfailing springs and two ponds one of which is the largest and b st in Central Kentucky and well stocked with flue fish Both stock barns and dwelling are with a tOte system of waterworks water being forced by a power gasoline which is also equipped for cutting fen etc The place has about 70 acres now in curt balance in grass and stubble Fine 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 iu one and two years draw ing six interest with lien retained for balance of purchase money Farm Implements and Stock At same time and place we will sell the fal lowing towit One Deeriug binder 1 Ueeriiijj mower steel hay rake ii cultivators corn plan ter with check rower disc harrow disc drill harrow corn sheller large power cutting box onehalf interest in roller one slide one hog box twohorse wagon spring wagon one cid er mill about 10000 hickory tobacco sticks lot plow and wagon gear twothirds interest iu 70 acres corn sheath oats and millet lucy 1 red cow fresh cow 1 red heifer 1 work mare 3 good work mules lot steel netting to build two corn cribs loxlOx O Pos session for seeding given at once full posse sion January 1 IIHK 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 ou premises For any further information address B W Givens Hubble Ky Sale will begin at 10 a and dinner will be served on the groundsJ S ET MINOR T D English Aucr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and the or is the latest discovereddigest ant and tonic No other can approach It in It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia and all otherresults ofimperfect digestion PrIce50caTMlfl Large size contains 2tf times mallsize Book dyspepsiamailedlre- Praparcd tur E C DeWITT CO CblCdflO SALE OF OF farm c u Toullusou deed corner 7 1 r7 was side of turnpike supplied horse engine per cent 1 enough m KodolDyspepsia reconstructing I neaiiaid C unt n A 11IERCESFAVORITE RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN General1 News Notes Host Important Events cl the Day Boned Down Six Indians were killed in a battle with farmers in Mexico Tobacco crops in the Bluegrass have been badly damaged by frost The Shah of Persias hotel hills in Paris for eighteen days was 25000 The rectors Catholic church at Yonkers N Y denounced women who go hatless to church No negroes will hereafter bo admitt ed to the young womens dormitories of the Northwestern University at Chicago On request of the Department of the Adjutant General of the Tnited States Gen Murray reported the strength of organized militia in The total strength reported is 1127 meu They are divided as fed lows Infantry 152S artillery 182 in unassigned companies infantry 1UO hospital corps 21 The exhibit from the Philippines at the St Louis Exposition of 1 04 will cover forty acres Dr W T Wilson of Philadelphia has been appointed by Gov as special commissioner to represent the Philippine in preparing the exhibit Lieut Ward Winchell naval expert has made a report of the trial of oil as fuel on the Pacific steamship Mart posa The experiment was a success a mean speed of 13 58 knots being maintained on 278 barrels of oil a day while the engine force was reduced sixteen men- The Morganlield Sun prints the account of a remarkable at the funeral of Henry Payne who was shot by his cousin Samuel Houston in Union county last week Mrs Mollie Noses the only surviv ing sister of the deceased sat by and without any emotional demonstration saw the grave tilled as Under taker Walker finished placing the How ers on the grave she raised her head and pointing toward the moundsaid My brother your murder shall be avenged If not by the courts then by my own right hand so help me God There was not a quiver in her voice and those who heard her utter the words were deeply impressed with the linn determination manifested That man who claims to be seekin new fields for his genius usually is looking for a place where he isnt so well known Notice To Creditors All persons having claims against the estate ot A J Rice deceased will presert same properly proven to the undersigned or our at torney J E Kobinson at Lancaster Ky on or before October 15th ItfOi GeoT HiKgiiibothain 1 11 it Jesse C Fox Admrs IT PI 4- It YOU SEND YOUR 1 TO US We defy any competitor 1 to turn out more satisfac 1 tory work than ours A- PX031PTXESS GOOD WORK GENERAL SATISFACTION 1 We make a specialty of 4 Family Washing this de j partuieut being under the sole charge of ladies 4 IDanville Steam LaiJry SMITH CUKKEY Agents 4 Lancaster Ky 1 o Iii G to Reale Sh1pe Items ram Everywhere ofa Kentucky Taft Government a following incident Just 0t WILL RIGHT t I urDu T 11 I J t I 1 I I r iiOliK f i i 65Dni LOCAL TIME 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strvngth t prospective mother is per cily irt ir satisfied by Dr Pienxs Favorite Pre scription It tranqtnith the ILV promotes the appetite givts v ing sleep It makes the vent practically painless and rivr mother strength to giv her clii I have before written vcr rf ieut fit both myself and fsunify Livertcev rom your snout excellent medi in says Mrs S Peterson of Welcome AYis I ha e its wonderful jxjwtr ir the c the coming of my fifth child T Atles of Favorite in rn two of Golden Medical Discovery the lro months and three of the last two months It use so much tem e that I consider it a heavenly tie ing7 Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong women ell Accept no substitute for the nedicine which works wonders for wlak women Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the bowels and stimulate the sluggish liver T rS a feijrs n perhaps I t I t I steadof 1 I J bab the n Itested A tw rtrTe uill suffering andsick I t ali tit saved Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conueiicut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool fc London Globe North British Jlerchantile Y9llUill GomiJill AtBa Llfc Ins CD gf Hart ntGlen IL KNNACRD1- INSIPIANC- ERrcihi LEWIS Y LEA VEIL President J S ROBIXSOX Vice ORGANIZED 1853 mimm NATIONAL BMW Of LANCASTER KY j CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Sieooo S B F HUDSON Cashier tO Cashr C D WAUCKK Bookfcaeper f Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T 31 Arnold a J aho0 n Pres t i The RIGXRY Asst Business J io S W iii4 t- t l 5 W t 5 54415 TO POULTRY RAISERS Use ROYAL POULTRY anUed cure for Cholera sad Koap and a wo d rful ere producer ROYAL LHE KILIH the greatest insect destroyer known Tr them the lt Agent wanted fa on oraldress Arie Smith General Agent Lan easter Xy 7Vlm 7 S BEAZUSY XIXTlRE a 14 ThaI gu over Dr Kinnairdot i DENTIST I Otlice site Prwsliytvriiin church Danville J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages T street- S O3 O S O SOs O S O The National BankOF LANCASTER KY 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A President JOhN E STORMES Vice Prest 2 S C DEXXY Cashier 0- A J F Robinson Asst Cashr E T Embry Bookkeeper 0 0 0DIRECTORS Sanil D Cechran Alex K Denny A C Robinson v Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 0S O3 S O O O O O S O SOe J O 2 O S J I will go to the city before long to S buy goods and you know I NEED THE MONEY YOU OWE ME 1 g Dont force me to dun you but do S the right thing by paying me now E1- j n I SALLIE D TILLETT 00 000000 00 t II93 2 o o 0o CAPiTAL 0oR DEXXY o 2 IDfJmiJm 4 0 o 4 2 1