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RECORD THIRTEENTH TEAJl LANCASTER KY THURSDAY SEPT 25 1902 CENTRALe NUMJaJ6 76 Lei a a All sold Try JlH i Superior I o 0 o Wheat 1- o o Drills o 0 0 0 0o0 o o o 0 ooAOOOOEoooooco on 0 0Q o 0 o O seg n J A BEAZLEY GO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE old CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 t Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums 1 of 500 and upward j t o f 2 o L 0000000000A0000000-v 0 0000000000 0000000 Items of Local Interest A COLD IOTATO Thats What Jlunvllle Got at the As stated in last issue of THK RKC oun Lancaster was invited to the open meeting of the Louisville Club which had been asked for by Danville has not been able to hand over the right of way for the Southern Railway from and through Ilarrodsburg and Mercer county to Danville and she wanted to go down and make googoo eyes at dearly beloved Louisville and ask a handout from the Falls City mer chants Louisville business men are up to snuff so desiring to tote fair with all concerned they asked Lancas ter Ilarrodsburgand Burgin to attend the meeting Lancaster people some how have a way of holding their own even if they are up against people whose wings are just sprouting and when the meeting opened they were there and there in full force Dan ville wanted Lancaster to lead oil so we are told but John Farra called attention of the Club to the fact that it was Danvilles show they had the meeting called and Lancaster had last lag Well the tight opened and several speakers killed much time telling Louisville how Danville loved her The way they rattled iff loves old song surpass the woo ings of summerresort tencent dude Then John Farra got up and told the Club about how the building ot this road originated in Lancaster gave facts anti figures and read the letters from the Louisville Board of Trade and the Commercial Club in which they pledged their support to Lancas ter and said all Lancaster wanted was for Louisville to keep hands off in this fight We have the right of way rea dy for delivery when ever the South ern wants it and theres no reason why Louisville should jump in and help one town get an improvement which would work destruction to three other towns Lancaster was al so represented Bradley lIon R II Tomlinson and Hon J M Roth well Jlarrodsburgs representatives chimed in and the way Danville was held up and spanked was a caution The ring leaders got mad because a little insignificant town like Lan caster should buck against her and the way they champed the bit was amusing in the extreme Few of them referred to Lancaster We are told one speaker referred to Brodhead Bryantsville Iledg r l1 Lolllvllle Lat hot in the Collar Iuu Commercial would by I Meeting ect- rTheyre Dan i11eCitilenS Cov LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER AND We are now receiving our Fall and Winter GoodsDry Goods Notions Fancy Goods Under wear Hosiery MILLIN ERY Carpets Floor Oil ClothsBoots Shoes Furnish ing Goods Hats Cloth ing Etc LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER r I NEW FALL WINTER GOODS I 1 t yule Marccllus Camp Dick Robinson and every little post oilicc in this sec lion but never once did lie stoop to mention Lancaster Well Lancaster is not losing much sleep over this and if she never has anything to worry her any more than this great snub she will go through the world with colors Hying Hut seriously speaking the meet ing was a great benefit to Garrard county as it showed the interest felt here and also brought out the fact H that we are thought of as pretty com mon cattle by the holierthanthou of Danvilles population There are some of the best people on Gods green earth right in Danville and some for whom we would go our length anywhere but that longfaced jack assinagravcyard set who think they are better than the rest of mankind has stirred up Garrards dander and Garrard is going to get that railroad if it takes every cent in the county We wont go begging Louisville for money nor take it out in copper stock nor take in washing nor sell our dog either as we have the right of way secured now and if there are any trimmings to be added we are there too You people have gotten rich very suddenly remarked a Danville banker to Bob Kinnaird Yes Mr Blank replied Bob there are sev oral dollars in Garrard that you dont Inow anything about The way the matter stands today is Lancaster Burgin Ilarrodsburg in fact all of and Garrard coun ties are on one side and Danville is on the other Danville must give the road a free right of way FROM IIAR RODSBURG to Danville Ilarrods burg and Mercer county see that if the road is built to Danville it means the taking away from Burgin and Mercer many thousands of dollars worth of property and are they going to allow this Well not on your life Burgin bless her soul is right side by with Ilarrodsburg in the tight for the Garrard county line and when gets a right of way through that county snow will be falling in Au gust jlarrard has the tight as we have said all along we are going to get that road A corps of are making a locating survey in Boyle it is true but this does not amount to a hill of beans When they finish it they will make one to Bur gin too A locating line has to be made before estimate on right of way can be made as every one knows The question is coming to a head and in the language of the illustrious Col Tout Hill Mark my prediction work on the road will be commenced in a few mouths and you can is bottom dollar it will come through Garrard county too Danville with all her longtail coats and beegum hats may make a big parade but for once in her life she is coming out the little end of the horn She is not mon keying with Richmond now Ring up Alex Miller he will call for you to meet any train desired Fine rigs and cheap prices A cqrps of geological surveyors have been working in lower Garrard Uncle is having the work done The sale of the A T Rice farm in TIlE RKCOHD has been postponed and will not take place un til after December court Many Lancaster people have been taking in the Louisville State Fair and Cincinnati Fall Festival Both shows are good and worth going to see Ills I iijmi Hotter We are are glad to note the contin ued improvement in the condition of Chief of Police S D While 1 he suffers much at times yet there is a steady improvement House Sold Richmond Climax Mr J Wade Walker of Garrard county sold his house on High street at public auction Saturday afternoon Mr W A Lang ford was the purchaser the price be ing 2185 Sold for S39O0O One of the largest real estate deals made in this section for some time was the sale of the wellknown Geo W Robinson farm a few miles from Ilarrodsburg to Russell Bros of Washington county for the sum of 29000 More Money for Jurors United States marshals throughout the country were notified a few days ago that jurors in the Federal Courts are to receive eight dollars a day for such service instead of two dollars This order was in accordance with an act passed at the recent session of Congress and it applies to grand and petit juries Much Oratory The candidates for circuit judge Hons M C Saufley Robt and W C Bell spoke at the Monday afternoon The large room was packed almost to and many men stood during tile whole time drinking in every word by each speaker To give like a fair deal to each man would take more space than our columns will permit and as the friends of each candidate say their man et em up we will have to pass the matter up without further Three more competent law yers or more perfect gentlemen could not be found and it is going to be a hard matter to pick your man id on in in r sideou wonand ar your as- Sam Stile lo8tponetl Rothwell Farm courthouse suffocation uttered anything limited comment in element Mere Danville surveyors bet advertised Hard f 1 While Chief Rothwell is disabled oillcer Slier is doing duty and he is do ing it well too Matt is all right Seven Hundred Feet The drill has reached a depth of seven hundred feet and is still in sol rock Nothing but this solid rock has been touched and this seems grow harder Shelby Tribble foreman on TIm was able to resume work Monday morning A large piece of glass taken from one of the cuts his foot and he has since mended rapidly this office lately They go south in the Fall and come back in the Spring We always give them a feed but its a bad idea to let them work They would not hesitate to carry off an im posing stone Handsome York Dr and Mrs Walter Beazley have received a lifesize portrait of their little son Eugene who was taken from them in February 1001 a general thing these large portraits are anything but a true likeness but this case the artist has every detail perfect Eugene was one of the brightest and handsomest children in Lancaster and was beloved by Buys a Pruji Store Major E W Lillard the editor of the Danville sews has with Lieut Ware bought the of John Stout in Danville and will continue the business under the firm name of the LillardWare Dug Co Mr Lillard is one of the best drug fcists in the state and the new linn will do a large business We are glad that he will not give up his newspa work but will continue to send one of the best papers published is the state JudiLfH Itrovvn Hurt While sitting in a spring good old friend Judge E Brown lost his balance and fell to the badly bruising his shoulder re ceiving a shock that caused alarm awhile He is improving rapidly glad to say and no serious results will be experienced The judge in his eightyfourth year has been in remarkably good health and able to ride and drive about most A Splendid Speech Congressman Geo G Gilbert who the democratic candidate for addressed a large crowd at the court house Monday at 1 oclock Mr Gilberts talk was chiefly about national affairs and he dwelt at length upon matters that are now the people and which will come up again in the next session Mr is a gentleman in every sense of the word and his speech was clean and to the point We are very fond of Mr Gilbert personally and it us great pleasure to say a word on his clean record and faithful work a public ollicial Court Day Politics was the main topic for among the big crowd here Monday and while all passed off yet there is a deep feeling devel oping in the circuit judges race and everyone is confident his man will win There were a few drunks of the friendly kind but they didnt mean any harm Bowen Fox bought two mules at 200 D Gentry bought 13 mules at S125 to S140 Judge Hemp hill sold a heifer to Jim Parks for 3c Terhune bought 42 mule colts at about 30 AtEstes pens there were about 198 cattle nearly all sold 2yearold steers brought 4cts yearling steers 2 to 3c A few sheep on hand but didnt sell Handsome Monument The Robinson monument just erect ed in the Lancaster Cemetery has a great deal of attention It was erected by Messrs Adams Son of Lexington It is ol fine grain light Barre granite richly decorated with carving executed in the best style The columns are highly polished by a statue of Hope larger than life size finished in the most ar tistic and effective manner It is the largest and most massive here and was selected as the most attractive plan among wide competition with the leading monument firms As a whole it is one of the most beautiful and best executed memorials in the state Messrs Adams Son executed and erected the Confederate monument at Harrodsburg which was unveiled last week Death of Alex Ely By an oversight the notice of the death of Alex Ely was left out of last issue of THE RECOUD Mr Ely died suddenly at his home in Paint Lick Monday the 15th He had been in bad health for some time and dropped dead while in his barn Mr Ely was in his fiftyfifth yearand leaves a wid ow and several children most of them grown lIe was a resident of Lancas ter for many years and was known all over central Kentucky We never known a more kind hearted man than he nor one more ready to do a favor for his friends He was a leading spirit in everything for the good the community and will be sadly missed We extend deepest sympathy to the bereaved family to totan Back nt was Several tramp printers have hit As everybody wagonour roundly form day before Gilbert discussion pleasantly attracted surmounted o Rork CORD bighearted drugstore t wee although every reelection affords S Ito l a ave The W C T U holds an organ meeting Saturday afternoon Theres not enough water in town make a good toddy Keep your eye peeled for tire Mr J B Conn has movad into the property recently purchased Mrs Mary Fox has moved to Mr Cs former home The Presbyterian Sunday School will celebrate Rally Day next morning and all pupils and age urged to be present The surveyors which have been so widely advertised as at work in Boyle have been ordered to work in and between Harrodsburg and Bur gin Now what say ye Preaches First Sermon Dr Pierce of Danville who was sent to the local Methodist church for this year preached his first sermon Sunday He will preach every Sunday morning and evening but will to reside in Danville The Chicago Glee Club gave a good entertainment to a small audience at the court house Saturday night The promoters of these entertainments have gone to big expense to secure firstclass entertainment and the peo pIe should patronize them Still Going Down It seems that bad luck rides the drillers as many expensive accidents have befallen them since work Last week the drill broke again and necesitated sendidg to Cincinnati The company is success however and say they are tioing to keep going til water in sum dent quantity is found Little Bert Recovers The many friends of Mr and Mrs Robt T Embry are delighted to know that their handsome little son Bert rapidly recovering from his recent serious illness For some time the little fellows life hung in the balance but the prayers of his chistian parents and friends were answered and the little life spared He is an exceeding bright child and is known and by most everyone in the com Heres A Good One Stanford sent no representative to the Louisville railroad meeting but an official of one of the Louisville or ganizations showed a friend of THE RKCOUD a letter written by a man signed A Voice Crying in the Wilderness The Voice went on to tell how a road could be built from Danville to Rowland and trains branch out from there to Lancaster and Stanford The Voice is a of no small calibre Sunday parents con- tInue commenced sanguine- of beloved promoter Stanford Policeman Siler has placed a number of gasoline lamps around town and when the electric lights are turned off at midnight he lights these Good idea Saxton Has Accident Lexington a x band had a close call at the Millers burg Street Fair the past week An ill provised platform was erected in Court House square The cake walk was in full blast about 10 oclock at night when all of a sudden platform band and particpants m the cake walk went down about five feet Mike Hogarty the handsomest member of the band went first Prof Eckart the youngest member of the gang followed Fitch and the others followed in rapid succession and Mit chell brought up the rear while ry Saxton the leader yelled for a doc tor Pap has a broken nose and Hogarty is sporting a stick and crutch The cake walk adjourned sine died without notice Itfaccaoee Picnic The local Tent of Maccabees gave a picnic Wednesday which outdid anything in the way of a picnic that has been seen in this vicinity for ma ny years The scene of the festivities was in Mr E Dunns woods near town and the wives and sisters of the Knights assisted by the good ladies of the Herring school house neighbor hood were on hand with everything enjoyable to tempt the appetite Mr Sam Bourne barbecued the meat in his own inimitable style and many a poor hungry Lancastrian will long cherish in memory the feast spread on that day Sir Knight M D Hughes acted as master of ceremonies first introducing Sir Knight Lewis L Wal ker Commander of the local tent who talked interestingly for thirty minutes he was followed by State Commander M F Elkin who gave a very interesting talk setting forth the many advantages of the Order and the good it has done his remarks are borne out by the widows and or phans in the who have been benefitted by thr c M T and also the ever increasing r iiibership of the Lancaster Tent Mr J C McClary of Stanford was present and made a few appropriate remarks The most interesting exercises of the day however were the recitation by Misses Susan and Birdie Bourne and Shirley Estes a song by Miss Ab bie Bourne and dialogue by Miss Su san Bourne and Master John Yeakey These young people acquitted them selves exceedingly well and added much to the pleasure of the occasion Australia supplies 95000000 worth of wool a year DemocratS tons Har- I county 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 counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAU tY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Cbaa A Ilardin as a candidate before the Democratic party as Commonwealth Attorney of tbli the thirteenth Judicial District For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon W C Bell as a candidate before the Democratic for Circuit Judge Of this the Thirteeth Ju diciaial District Forty races aggregating 100000 will be contested during the meeting of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Bree ders Association at Lexington Oct 7th to 17th So Sudden The Tattler in the Louisville Times last evening had the following to say in verse of the Railroad exten sion controversy Miss Louisville smiles on two lovers Whose petitions for favor come fast er Now Danville persistently hovers And is Yorkish In hating Lancaster Which shali it be which shall it be The divil itsilf is this old Danville is strong upon morals His nose and his doctrines are blue He explains theological quarrels And throws in a sermon or two Which shall it be which shall it be or Lancaster riddlemaree Dear Lancaster comes with a mascot He puts on a lot of fine airs A card with the password he has got Louis Landrams his friend he de clares When each would embrace her this damsel She cries hands off gentlemen this is so sudden Gilbert to Take the Stump The Hon George G Gilbert Demo cratic nominee for Congress In the Eighth district has made the follow ing speaking appointments Bryantsyille Saturday Sept 27 Richmond Monday October 6 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 W J Romans went to Louisville yesterday to purchase a car load of farm wagons nom 1 riddlema- ree buddin a party Danville so Fall Suits and Overcoats nmn mm mmmmmmmmmmm u 6 i I m r S- rate r ar We take great pleasure in announcing to our friends that our immense stocks of Fall and Winter goods are now in and we are anxious for you to see them 3 Fine Shoes I I We call especial attention toour Suits and Overcoats for Men and Boys in all the latest styles and fabrics Our display of Hats Shirts Underwear etc cannot be equaled and on prices we defy competiton SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF SHOES E The Clothier Clothier SIMUttJUMUiUJ JiUJ V M W W M oneprice E I H T Logan i J i q F JI1 H H n r + DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE fmaU iifiJIJEri1 iiljig mIfj PJ Hi EI I E SURRIES IiJttm BUGGIES EW TOYS mi PIL If so we can furnish you with fjl the very best that money can buy t I El I and at prices that absolutely defy 3 and knock out competition 1 Any kind or pattern you desire ill cordially invite you to call E03 and see the immense stock we are r3J showing HI We also handle and keep constantly in stock a complete line of The Celebrated Old Hickory Wagons- all sizes every one fully warranted andwe I i WAGON GEAR BREECHING TRACES COLLARS illELM ft E Co J xc yI Its ROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClan Nail Matter Lancaster Ky Sept 25 7902 What Kentucky Need Washington D C Sep 12 1902 My Dear Landram Your editorial column is constantly hammering away at the mossbacks of the Bluegrass Kentucky is rich in resources rich in manhood rich in intellect but behind in the great march of progress and development to be found in her sister States 1 want to live in Kentucky again some day and I expect to old State in the forefront from every standpoint but she must get on a hustle The following extracts from the Norfolk Virginian might be read with interest by Kentuckians Virginia needs an im pulse She needs a readjustment of the point of view She needs an abi ding sense of the necessity of hustle and a clearer conception of the revo lutionary forces that have come to move the business and industrial world forces that the Commonwealth can no more afford to ignore than can the citizenTraditions are fine in their way but alone they do not make mighty states or masterful men In any event there is a necessity te sacrifice tradi tions There is a necessity to turn attention in a practical businesslike manner to the things that will put the State abreast with the younger and more progressive Commonwealths A fight for attracts more attention in Virginia than a movement for good schools good roads and proper advertisement of the States resources among investors and homeseekers The field of the State may grow up in weeds but the politi cians will not on that account forego an hour of gossip in the hotel lobbies of Richmond And when the home seeker asks the commissioner what the State is doing in the way of that official can give nothing more than the illuminating answer that it grows this that or the other crop Has not the material been sac rificed for the immaterial about long enoughIs true of Kentucky as well as of Virginia that a contest over a forty dollar county office will cause more excitement and make many people spend more money than in many in stances will follow a movement to get a railroad or build a graded school SunSCRIKEK miserable nail Service We are at a loss to know why our correspondence from postoffices almost within a stones throw of this office cannot reach us under several days being mailed It sometimes takes VVallaceton three days to get here Stone comes lumbering in after along the road a couple of days and last week Bryantsville reached us after the papers had been printed and mailed There is either a lack of knowledge in Uncle Sams service or a lot of pure which is going to be weeded out if we can do so through our congressman If you want to see tall stepping in the gov ernment service just get your con gressman to say a word and things do move Lexington Trot The Lexington Trots commence Tuesday October 7th and run ten days Every day there is a great stake trotted and all the sensational horses of the East North and West are en tered and meet there for the first time this year Special trains from Boston New York Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburg and Cleveland laden with prominent horsemen from all over the United States will start for Lexington on October 5th and from all quarters come the prediction that Lexington will wind up the season with racing that has nev er been seen before Half rates on all railroads have been secured will be run from Kentucky points The finest horses the best music and the best crowd ever gath ered together in Kentucky will be the attractions Remember the dates Oct 7th to 17th 9254t seethe the Senatorship after sleeping cussedness trotting agriculture excursions j PAINT LICK Delayed Letter Little Nellie Rice is quite sick with scarlet fever R L Jennings is improving our town by building a new store room An effort is being made to raise money enough to build a Christian church at this place We deeply sympathize with Mr and Mrs Harve Ralston over the death of their little daughter Bettie with scarlet fever Mrs Nannie Jennings has moved in to her new store room and is now rea dy to to wait on her customers with a nice line of the latest hats caps and every thing that can be found in a firstclass millinery store Our people were greatly shocked Monday evening to hear of the death of A B Ely He had been absent from the house probably a couple of hours when he was found in Guy Recess barn dead having died of heart failure He had been in bad health for a longtime and his death was not unexpected He was one of our best citizens and the community will greatly feel his loss We extend to his bereaved family our deepest sympathy Miss Hattie McCarley is the guest of her sister Mrs John Siler at the Veranda Hotel Miss Mary gleman has returned from a most pleasant visit to relatives in Stanford The ladies of the Christian church of this place have organized a Ladies Aid Society and will meet with Mrs Will Fish on Thursday evening at two Will Champ has moved to his home on Lancaster street and Henry Moore and wife have taken rooms at the hotel Mrs Pattie Engleman has moved to the house va cated by Moore Champ and will take boarders Miss Callie Adams spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams MABKSBORY James Aldridge bought some butch er stuff from Joe Hendrickson at 2c per pound The protracted meeting at the Fork church will continue throughout the week Rev Wood is an able minister We hope that much good will be doneMrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster spent Sunday with and family Mrs Bogie spent Fri day and Saturday in Lexington Little Margaret Humphreys has been quite sick the past week Mr Chesnut and wife of Danville spent several days last week with their pa rents J C Boner and wife Mrs Brown and son of Paint Lick were visitors at Bud Dunns last week Raleigh Baker and Miss Carrie Pres ton were united in marriage at the parsonage last Thursday evening by Rev W M H Batson and daughter Miss Bessie of Lancas ter attended services at the Fork Sunday and dined with and wife Bogie returned Sat urday from Cincinnati where he pur chased his fall and winter goods Allen Saddler wife and son of Dan ville were with relatives here Sun day The relatives and neighbors were sad to hear of death of Miss Ruth Aldridge Wednesday Sept 18 A few days before she left home in usu al health to visit her nephew Charles Burdett at Hiattsville She was in her 71st year a member of the Chris tian church She had been a sufferer most all her life but always bore it patiently She was a good neighbor and always kind to the orphan and friendless She will be missed by those who lived with and cared for her But they should grieve not for she has made a happy exchange She is now united with loved ones above Her remains were interred in the Lan caster Cemetery Thursday afternoon after song and prayer by Rev J E Wolford C En o T I Herming N H J T Stallings R M F Rout N II th i cloak CYLCONES are SWEEPING the COUNTRY INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS We give a splendid policy at a very small cost DONT PUT IT 1jjL Jl X01GiJfiYfijff l ii JlYtilJlj1 1if10Ifii iJiJ X Jjfl tijJr f i01 Jri tJt 00 1 f- jI f0 LIDfl JJfjflPfJJfjfWffjWJfMflJqftlJfffr1fff 0 ry000cY8 tF0 tftjj r IifIj TtiJiJr f Z I tYJ 9I c0JJ v Y STONE Delayed Letter Gabe Preston sold C M Moberly one hog at Gc Boyd Osborn sold one cow to James Parks for 25 Win Carter bought of Moberly i bunch of sheep for 20 Frank Folger sold to Wm Wall four waives for S40 C M Moberly bought of Wm Carter three heifers for 15 also one from Wm Wall and two of James Parks at 20The infant child of Irvin Clouse died the 13th fever It has only been a few days since they lost their little girl of same disease The community extend their sympathy to the parents in their great trouble Rutherford Preston is very sick at this writing John Payne is with home S Sanders is in the city this week buying his fall and winter goods Milton Scrivner and Miss Lena Covington are visiting Mrs Talitha Scrivner of Adams gave a delightful dinner on the 12th in honor of Newton Brooks of Kansas being his 55th birthday Many friends and relatives gathered to mingle with their old friend again Mr Brooks left his old home IT years ago to seek his fortune he settled in Kansas and has been successful Mr Brooks was feasting on pawpaw s Fri day first he had tasted in 17 years There were about 50 guests present BUCKEYE Mr Raymond Simpson bought of a Mr Harden a buggy horse for 05 Oscar Ray bought the place known as the Allen Ray place for 100050 Irwin Simpson has rented Mrs Mat Teaters farm for the ensuing year Wm Fayne Esq bought of Allen Dean a well improved farm 105 acres near the Kentucky river for 3100 Mr Jim Easly sold to Hiram Ray a dwelling house and blacksmith shop at Teatersville for 50050- J W Brown and nephew J A Asians of New Albany Ind have bought out Mr J B Warners entire stock of goods at McCreary The new firm will begin business the first of next month Mr and Mrs J W Brown accompan ied by Master Wesley Dickerson will attend the State Fair at Louisville and the State Annual Conference of theM E church Miss Sallie B Ray entertained several days last week Miss Maggie Sandidge of Danville Mrs Eliza Sinclair of Louisiana Miss Annie Gover and mother of Stanford Mr Lewis Ray has entered school at Centre College for ten months Miss Nora Simpson of Central Ill is visiting her brother Ive Simpson Esq Mrs Jim Harden nee Nellie Ray will attend the Norton Infirmary Louisville BUENA YISTA P S Terrill sold some cattle for 5 75 Henry Smith sold to A T Scott one calf for 15 At T Scott who succeeded Wilson Bros has enlarged his store house which adds much to its attractiAcness J B Robinson has purchased the property of Berryman near Versailles for 4500 Will Scott has rented the property where he lives to A Naylor Posses sion to be given Jan 1st J W Dismukes has sold his residence and blacksmith shop to A T Scott for 700 Mr Scott will probably convert the shop into a warehouse Virginia King has matriculated at Jessamine Institute for another term Ray King at Prof Threlkelds private school Nicholasville and Alfred Skinner has entered upon his senior year at North Middletown Rev A P Jones has been returned for his third year at Mt Olivet R T Wilds and wife are rejoicing over the birth of twin boys Miss Bessie Bol ton will be an attractive senior at Caldwell College Danville this year Mr Steven Ison and daughter Orpah Willie Evans and others have been suffering with chills and fever Mr and Mrs S T Ransdell of Horrods burg spent Sunday with Mrs Wm Christopher G H Sechrest has moved to his farm east of here A Parsons Noble Act I want all the world to know writes Rev C J Budlong of Ashaway what a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused great suf fering 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 f C M ofscarlet Stanford Jas 1 R I pie folks 0 Miss q4r WALLACETON Delayed Letter Frank Taylor bought a young horse from W L Todd for S4750 also a from C C McWhortcr for about the same price Cassius VanWinkle our blacksmith is sick with typhoid fever II is daugh ter who has been sick for some time is now able to sit The foundation of our new church here is about completed and the ier mal laying of the corner stone will tape place on next Saturday the 20th inst at 3 oclock conducted by the pastor according to the customs and discipline of the M E church Rev J L Sturgell preached his last sermon for the present Conference year here last Sunday There is lit tie doubt however of his being re turned as he is well pleased with his work and the membership as well as the people in general are highly pleased with him It is also expected that he will conduct a series of meet ings here next month Mr Alex Smith of Virginia isvisit ing friends here Miss MurthaRuth erford and Mrs Tack Perkey with her son and two daughters are here from a visit Mrs John Warna cutt who has been visiting here for two weeks will return to her home at Blue Ridge 111 Thursday Miss Etta Rutherford entered school at Berea last week Miss Etta is show ing her superior grit by doing work to help pay her way in college MT nEURON Mr N A Duncan is erecting a barn on his farm near here and contem plates building a dwelling if a certain Maid near us gives her consent- J I Crawford bought 25 acres of laud from Russell Vanderpool price SijOO Isaac Duncan bought a nice saddle horse from J W Dunn 75 also sold a horse to George Duncan for 375 Samuel Duncan bought the farm of Caleb Johnson price W D Scott sold a colt to B A for Never was this neighborhood so shocked as on last Tuesday morning on hearing of the death of Mrs A B Clark who died at her home in Madi son county Monday night Sept 15th She was in good health until Satur day morning when she was taken with scarlet fever She was formerly of this county and a daughter of Mrs Margaret Stone She leaves a loving husband and live children to mourn her loss Mrs Clark was a member of the Baptist church at this place and has lived a true Christian life she has just paid the debt ve must all pay sooner or later so while we know it is sad for the loved ones to give her up you must content yourselves by think ing of the home she has gained and the crown she is now wearing in the beau tiful beyond May you say as Job of old The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away blessed be the name of the Lord Born to the wife of David Montgom ery a fine girl christened Mattie Lou Mrs Robert Preston remains very ill H L Thompson entertained his friends at a croquet party last Satur day afternoon Mrs Strawder is quite sick at this writing Steven Vanderpool wife and son spent the latter part of last week with Hiram Bruce at Elkhorn Mrs Bertram Spratt of Lancaster visited relatives near her here last week Miss Flossie Lou Bruce of Elkhorn is the guest of relatives in Miss Ella Wills accompanied by Harry Nelson spent from Friday until Sunday with her home folks near IIar rodsburg W Thompson and son Tevis returned Saturday from a visit with friends m Va Misses A E and Leola Scott accompanied by Messrs H L Thompson and Willie Onstott visited Misses Lena and Jen nie Rogers near Danville Saturday and Sunday Mr Dillard Brumfield wife and little daughter Mattie Ethel are spending the week in Jessamine Feet Swollen to Immense Size I had kidney trouble so bad says J J 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 The unmarried baker is a bachelor Doctors Could Not Help Her 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 saytoo much for Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m workhorse upI RevJ L Sturgell Illinois on t I for i GOO 30 Graham this locality lIrs G often crusty Shelton Duncan 31ANSE The protracted meeting closed at Fairview Sunday night with thirty live additions Rev Roberts is an minister and has had one of the best revivals that the church has had for many years A series of meeting began at the Presbyterian church last week con by Rev W Rev Hcddleston will be remembered as proficient pastor of this church several years ago Mrs Nannie Jones and daughter to gether with Mr and Mrs Benj Slavin of Danville visited Mrs Ike Arnold last week Mrs Burdett Ramsey and little laughter are spending the vyek with her father Mr Tales Wi er and bride were at the Presbyterian j church Sunday receiving tions Mr L L Walker and wife were in our vicinity this week The school j at this place has been suspended for several weeks on account of scarlet fever We are now receiving a handsome line of fall and winter millinery The Logan Dry Goods Co It to 1lcatc While Ilarrodsburg Winchester Owensboro and a dozen other towns are tearing their hair out in their ef forts to secure the Confederate Home the citizens of Pewee Valley raise a terrible howl because they have it Twas ever thus Richmond Climax Beware of The Knife No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery but it should not be used except where necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom needed De Witch Hazel Salve cures quick ly and permanently Unequalled for cuts burns bruises wounds skin dis eases Accept no counterfeits 1 was so troubled with bleeding piles that 1 lost much blood and J C Phillips Paris DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve cured me in a short time Soothes and heals 1m T A man can take a day off but his rent goes on just the same IiiiKvrin Suiimi r Cold Dont let a cold run at this season Summer colds are the hardest kind to cure and if neglected may linger along for mouths 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 children like it 1m That did time poet IIOfrg did not need to assume a pen name A Std Disappointment Ineffective liver medicine is a disap pointment but you dont want to purge strain and break the glands of the stomach and bowels 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 If you need something bracing try a brace of partridges Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fed The entire trouble arises from inanition 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 and joy of the mother 25c at R E McRoberts drug store 1m The expert judge of gems isnt al ways the best authority on base ball diamonds liaised From the Dead C W Landis Porter for the Or iental Hotel Chanute Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neu ralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead I tried to get some more but before I had deposed- of my bottle I was cured entirely I am tellnde truth too 2fc and 100 at R E McRoberts druggist 1m All the calendar holidays as a rule are looked upon as red letter days Take Care of the Stomach The man or woman whose digestion is perfect and whose stomach performs its every function is never sick Kodol cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach and cures positively and per manently all stomach troubles indi gestion and dyspepsia It is the 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 II Holla day of Holladay Miss writes Kodol has cured me I consider it the best remedy I ever used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles I was given up by physicians Kodol sayed my life Take it after meals 1m n excellent D I i con ratuIa I Hard tVs strengths s IlL occasionally I I lcourCll hy 0 rIll 11 surprise SOc wonderful a- very 49F gotten absolutely l Del itts abundantly r r The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering c 1 4 it Purest brands of I PAINTSand OILS I Varnishes EtcBrunhies Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS have ever shown a I S we I Full stock of Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store O i O 2 O i We are now located On Danville Street 0 Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store S FIRE WERE DESTROYED BY US I t 4 iI We will continue as before to handle 0 Y- f only the best at the lowest prices Make our store your headquarters We 0 9 appreciate your coming f Telephone us your order and we will deliver A Q promptly and appreciate your favor r O O 1 0JO O O O O O O f O H M M U H M H H HH H I We Can Supply Your Every Want Hammocks 0 0 0 0 0 ALL GOODS OA lAGED BY THE 0 o i o 0 o 0 o o I Frisbie sDrug Store I b S t t t t rJal I s OGOOOGOOO OGOvOt O sO O OiO a 0S 0 o will P a itoe o 0ora o o a t tt f 1 Rakes Harrows t Binders Mowers Plows iI Corn Planters Cultivators t 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 SOS Successors to J IVL Higginbotham U M 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 1 he Jj ox to radio Public Square Lancaster Ky E t I t- t t l t tt i of Zai MODERN PHOTOGRAPHS J 7 i SW I i S 7 STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F Hardwrro store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES 01 8078 w ft JJ07fJ SifllJJ ti 10WiJ0 j t CONTEST I I P05 LBS I Q 0 1id p Dl II C Arnold Frank Pierce W B J B Ruble W It Cook AY in Royston Ell Walker 1 A Sanders J F White J P Woner J M Sag J II Dunn J Jas II Dunn 2 5 lU5 Den ny 8- 7I 72 72 ti5 tit 54 47 n 22 C Fox E1 l r l 29 wr 21 J S Robinson A H Denny Counting Comtce- R 5bt I WINTER MLLINERY0 I- J PATTERN HATS j- I SATURDAY OCTOBER 4th 1 g Everybody Cordially Invited j- I Noel Sisters i UJMUMLUUM EUHSB iTOmnuM I Il lI11mrd JJJllfj jljlflilfffjlffjjYm fimmmlIDffiIDlfIfimffiltmm1 1ffi1ffmJ1mff1ffl1 fffim11 mmmnl1lll mmITfil IDi1II VJUlliULUruWJllummlnIJJIllW WlumY I i Gossip About People NeN N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Fox the photographer will be here Friday Mr and Mrs Fred Frisbie arc in Cin cinnati for a few days Mr J C Robinson has returned from a trip to the west Master Joseph Rogers has been quite sick with malaria fever Mrs Corra Clay of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Dorcas Walker E C Walton was here Monday and made us a most pleasant call Mrs Wm Benton of Louisville is the guest of Mrs George Farris Mr and Mrs John Baughman of Boyle were visitors here Sunday Misses Martha and Helen Gill left Tuesday to attend school at Glendale Misses Julia Mac and Gaines of Danville were visitors here Satur dayMiss Tine Johnson is taking in the big meeting at the Fork church this week Miss Allecn Hudson of Danville is the guest of her cousin Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr J C Thompson and daughter iliss Mary have returned from Cin IsabelleWal ker has gone to Lancaster on a visit to relativesMiss Wherritt and Mrs J E Stormes were visitors in Danville the past week Mr Charles Burdctt has returned from the West where he has been prospecting I am making a real Cut on in order to make room for Fall Goods I am now selling regardless of cost II ffl Ballon lati CourierJournalMiss t i t t Nan nie A I I 4 1 i r 1QUEENSAREI e IW1 I I John Bourne J IJ Robinson leis Thompson A Iv Walker Robt Burton TCGullcy Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold 1 B Parks J Y Robinson L F Warner O T Walter Casey Yantls 1 17 15 11I 11 10 Layton S T L 9 15 S 9 Ql Mrs Gaines and son of Lexington are guests of Mrs Ben Gaines Rich mond avonue Mr R II Batson has returned from Chicago with a nice line of fall and winter goods Mrs Owen Rigney and little Alice have returned from a visit to Mrs Tev is of Kirksvillc Misses Fannie Shugars and Eliza Rucker are in Cincinnati attending the fall celebration Mr and Mrs Hawkins and Miss Liz zie Marksbury of Marcellus spent Monday in Lancaster Mrs Haines and little daughter Frances of Terra Haute Ind are guests of Mrs G M Patterson Mrs Powers who has been the guest of her sister Mrs T B Long left Tues day for her home in Cincinnati Miss Wagner of Columbus Ohio is being entertained by Misses Mary Helen Gill this week Mr Tom Browning and little daugh ter of Lexington have been visiting the family of Mr John Anderson Misses Scott and Hughes and Mr Fisher of Nicholasville are guests of B Walker Danville avenue Mr and llrs S C Denny have return ed from a delightful trip to Newport R I and other points of interest Miss Lizzie Wherritt who has been Mrs J guest returned to her home in New Orleans Monday Mr Joe Burnside and wife and Mrs Ballew have returned rom a visit to Mrs George McRoberts of Covington Mrs J M Farra is at home after spending a week with her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside in the country Mrs W O Bradley left Tuesday for Lexington to see her daughter Miss Christine who is somewhat improved Miss Lizzie Beazley after spending a few days with her brother Dr W S Beazley has returned to Crab Orch ardMisses Alberta Anderson Mary Landram Burnside and Master J Ter cy Burnside visited Lexington this weekMrs St Clair who has been visiting Mrs Ophelia Dunn and other relatives Has returned to her home in New Or leans Smith and two pretty children of Jellico Tenn are expect ed this week for a visit to Mrs George FarrisMessrs Geo Edd Lee and M Owsley Conn have returned from Bar bousville where they visited friends a few days Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith have returned rrom the cities with a beautiful line of fall and win ter millinery Miss Blanche Tuggle who has been visiting friends and her sister Mrs J A Conn returned to her home in Bar bousville last week Mesdames Leander Davidson and W R Romans and little daughter Car tie Belle have returned from a visit to Mrs T Z Rice of Richmond Richmond Climax Rev Wm Wher ritt of Lancaster the guest sev eral days this week of his sisters Mrs Martha Haley and Miss Lizzie Wher rittMiss Alice Ross of Cincinnati a Milliner of superior talent has arrived to take charge of the trimming in the millinery department of the Logan Dry Goods Co llartha and tins T E Stormes Mrs Elbert Y was Allen Beasley who is one of the foremen ii machineshops atChat tanooga was here Sunday visiting atives Al is a splendid machinist and has a good job Col Jack Chi nn was here Monday and amused the boys with many new stories Col Chinn is a cleverheart ed man and will do a favor for any one he thinks he can benefit Danville News Mrs Jno Stormes of Lancaster spent Wednesday in Danville shopping Mrs Theo Cur rey Mrs J C Heniphill and Mrs Rol inson of Lancaster were in Danville yesterday shopping Dr E G Dick of the Crab Orchard Keeley institute was here a few hours Monday His family are all away now and the clever giverofthc pill is hatching The Keeley boys call Doc the jagtamer Owen McIntyre of the Danville Advocate was here Monday mingling with the court crowd and raking in the sheklcs for his good paper Mack is a hustler and he and Craig Ralston arc sending out a splendid paper Mr Henley Bastin the popular yjung telephone man is completii g the course in electrical engineering at State College He is certainly young man He attends to his own business works hard has no bad habits and is a perfect gentleman ev ery way Such boys are few and far betweenOur friend W M Bogle of Ow cnsboro whose arrival was mentioned last issue was seized by a severe case of asthma and had to make tall tracks back to the Pennyrile district lie never suffers at home but is attacked when he comes to Lan caster This is a great disappoint ment to his many Lancaster friends and especially to the editor of this pa per Mrs Bogle remained and will spend some time with her parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt A special from Lebanon says One of the prettiest weddings this city for months was that today of Mr Towles T Walker of Lancaster and Miss Margaret Maude MofTett The ceremony was said by the brides father the Rev A S MoiTett at the Second Presbyterian church which was decorated for the occasion Miss Caroline Motfett attended her sister as the maid of honor and Mr O U Terrill of Lancaster was the grooms best man Miss Mamie Mourning of Campbellsville and Mr Harry Molfett were the other attendants while Messrs Walter Walker of Lancaster Cleaver Crawford Oliver Kelly Jr ana Proctor K McElroy acted as The Penally oe On The penalty will be added to town taxes Oct 1st so call at J M Roth wens ollice and pay thus you the additional money 925tf S D Rothwell collector New Livery Stablc I have opened a lirstclass livery stable back of Garrard Hotel New horses new buggies prompt and polite attention Telephone us your order and rigs will be sent to you promptly 9ll4t W II Ward A Card of Thanks I take this method of expressing my deep gratitude to the friends who were so kind to me in my recent mis fortune Being almost a total stranger among you the kindhearted manner in which my welfare was looked after goes deep into my heart and my ear nest prayer is that you will be blessed tenfold for your help in my hour of trouble Shelby I Tribble RECOUD ofllce Lund for Sale Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf Sliver Tea The young peoples missionary society will give a social in the Presbyterian church on the evening of October rd from 730 to 10 oclock The of the Presbyterian church and all others who regularly attend that church are cordially invited to attend Ices will he served free of charge Come and bring a freewill silver of fering for the benefit of the Mission ary society Season Tickets The Lancaster Lyceum Company has guaranteed payment to six stan dard attractions to appear at the on Nov 17th Dec 12th Jan 7 Feb 4th and 25th and Mardi 18th They will sel season tickets good for all the attractions reserved seats at 2 tickets not transferable This will be a saving of 1 as tickets sold will cost 50 cents each tf The BIg Event No event that takes place upon Ken tucky soil so deserves the patronage of Kentuckians as this trotting It has made the State world wide fame it has widened the mark et for the States greatest industry it brings more capital within its borders in ten days than any other industry The meeting this fall will surpass all its predecessors and the high order of sport demands the most liberal ever accorded The annual meeting will be held at Lexington Oct 7th to 17th inclusive I have for sale some nice baled from pure Southern German seed 925tf J F Robinson Church Notices THE RECORD is always glad to pub lish notices for churches and church societies and will cheerfully run them if brought or sent in before hour We make no charge against such societies for notices of reasonable length Ring up 43 and let us have them early in the week fog celebrated- in sayIng 2t courthouse separately meeting patronage Millet the ref deserving immediately ushers congregation Ares Lou Jtoiuid 4rlp ICate to Washing ton Accoitiit G A II On account of the Grand Army at Washington D C the 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 fill and 6th and will be good to return until November 3rd if desired Extensive preparations are being made by the Government Washington to decorate and the Capitol in the most gorge ous manner Low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during the to all battlefields and eastern cities between Norfolk and The C O will have two fast trains each way with finest sleeping coach and dining car service more historic country than any other line For full information or sleeper res ervation see any ticket agent or G V Barney Div Fass Agt Business and Bargains MMH oysters at Zimmers The Logan Dry Goods Co have ic ceived a nice line of Ladies and Misses fall and winter hats they are selling them at very reasonable prices It You must come in and pay your ac count 1 need the money and must have it R A Stone For Sale New cotton sacks for clo ver seed II A B Marksbury Son Lost Overcoat Wednesday between Lancaster and Stanford Black coat Return to W B Jarvis Lancaster and receive 2t Ladies if you need a hat for early fall wear you should call on the Lo gan Dry Goods Co It A pair of Gold Rimmed Spectacles the finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving them at this oilice It Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD otllce Black gilt 110 pounds split cut on left car also on right ear two white feet Apply to J T Rainey Judsons18 Dont think because I only owe him 2 or S75 that he can make out with out that small amount remember 200 or 300 such accounts amount to quite a little sum So come in and settle at once R A Stone Dr IIobson has recovered from his illness and will be at the Mason hotel second week in October slltf ICccoimnemlatlou Hubble Sept 13 1902 We the undersigned have seen an Weal Deering 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 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 Cover Robert Rankin Fred Yokey and J M Rankin s18tf Xo TaxPayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my office ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully 814tf W L Lawson Sheriff Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge 928tf Some may blow about low prices but we always give what we repre sent and you never find a fake sale at our store J Joseph Well well well We are still sup plying the people with the best and uptodate dry goods dress goods etc at prices that make competition shud der Come in and we will show you J Joseph EGGS Fresh eggs dozen Cash II B Northcott My friends will find me at the coal office of H 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 Manager slltf For Lexington street 1 mile from town the toll house Contains 5 rooms If acres of land and all necessary outbuildings barn servants room henhouse nieathouse and good cis tern Pattie D Gill 11tf Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son A fine lot of BarredPlymoth hens and pullets for sale Tli t talrr at once JC Thompson Ladles gold watches and rings J C Thompson J T Chesapeake authorities- in NewYork ear i i Fresh reward Found cut 15c per CoalCoal B Kemper Rocks New line of andG Reunion illuminate reunion traversing tttttttttttttttttttttttt Lost ing Rent- On nts c r FOR SALE THE BEST Country Store In The State Cause for selling illhealth Stock About StOOD Amount of business done 20000 Good store room 26 x 102 f et Also Two Wood Dwelling Houses All in Bryantsville Ky Address J X Dunn Co 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 028tf Dont forget that we have the old Hickory wagon as well as all kinds and Elmore Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any thickness R L Elkin tf For Sale or Trudo One of the most uptodate Rigs in the country practically as good as new consisting of 10 Russell Traction Engine and Separator with selffeeder Wind stacker tank and pump hose etc Everything complete Will sell cheap or trade to real estate Reason fo selling ill on of address O W Potts Teatersyille 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 ink pencil boxes lunch boxes and school satchels Call at the Racket Store s4tf Have you seen the Wallpaper at the Racket Store visit them and get their prices a line of paper to select from Rooms papered by a first class paper hanger Either call or address the Racket Store For Sale or Rent My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 94tf Remember J Joseph is cutting pri ces right and left so hurry and get some of the great bargains he is offer ing llloucy to Loan On firstclass real estate first If you cant give this security dont come Apply at REcouD We have a new lot of and vehicles and a good of Old Hickory wagons El more Notice I will fill your coal house cheap for cash with semicannel or banner Jel lico which is guaranteed to me to be as good as any coal in Jellico district I will make special price on car load lots J T Williams juiy 243m Town Property for Sale My house and lot on Richmond street Building in good repair and will give possession at once Terms reasonable Mrs Jas Dillon 928tf Seed Wheat For Sale we have several varieties of seed wheat for sale the that could be obtained we also have a limited quantity of the Syrian Red the most marvelous ever grown in the United States Also Northern Rye for sale H A B Marksbnry Son Quick sales small profits and prompt delivery from W P Walden Cos coal yard 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 J Joseph is making sweeping reduc tions on all Spring and Summer goods We have a big stock and they must go i 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 gates J Joseph Notice If you owe me you must call at the old stand and settle your account In order to save cost it must be done at once Theo Currey 928tf If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and in E W store preparing to advertise stuff Do not say you had no warning you can by paying we reach your name Sanders Ward 1 annually ays land o idles harness omans Nor Sale Threshing horsepower healthcall display large ot e ess asS tment omans bestselections tf W d before al mortgage ha This arris your cost I 1 p- IHI Thursday Friday The Hat Event of Contra Kentucky We are sole agents for Phipps Atchisons world renowned Walking Hats and show a large line at all prices from 350 to 18 We will also have a line of Gage Bros and Bendels Hats as wellas other noted makes Dressy Trimmed Hats from 3 to 20 We hope to have you come to the opening This department is full ofnew and attractive mer chandise Over 200 new tailored suits at every price from 10 to 35 Every one is mantailored and correct style More than 150 separate skirts both long and walking lengths from 3 to 20 All the best ofthe new shapes will be found here at about the price the mater ials will cost you Ladies and childrens Cloaks in all the prevailing Carlos 19inch Coats 27inch Coats Blouses c Styles to suit all tastes Fine Furs We are now showing the most varied line ofmedium and fine furs we have ever handled More than 300 pieces to select from Prices from 1 to 60 We advise early purchases offurs for two reasons viz the prices are rapidly advancing and first lots are always the choicest skins Waistings Seventyfive pieces entirely new patterns of silk and wool waistings at Another line ofwool waiat ings at 50c Corduroys and Metallic Velveteens at 75c Forty styles Mercerized corded waistings at 25c Send for samples if you cant come to see these Dress Goods Elegant lines of black goods comprising all the popular rough and smooth weaves In colors we have the Zebellines Coronation Mixtures Tweeds Venetians Cloths c Our 1 Venetian is the finest goods ever produced at the price X air7ille IaniYll y Saturday- S Dt l r 1iJHJ ReadytoWear modesMonte 75c Millinery and 27th25th 26th t wr III CANCEROUS ULCERSII Are in many respects like other ulcers or sores and this resemblance often proves fatal Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal I the sore with washes and salves because germs 01 i in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly keep up the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous sore begins its the Cancer are multiplying sickening cancerous developing destructive work No ulcer or sore can exist with out some predisposing internal cause that has blood and the open discharging ulcer sore on the lip cheek or otherI or the festering In February 1899 I noticed a small lump on my lower lip The doctor cau terized it but another came and broke out into an open sore I began to take S S S and after I had taken sevon the place healed entirely and no signs of the disease have been seen since W P Drown Hollands S C bottles part of the body will vo spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood purified and the Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation- S S S cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter It has great antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy tIle germs and poisons the blood to its natural condition And when pure blood continue is and restore is I carried to the ulcer or sore the Healing process begins the discharge ceases and the place heals over and new skin forms S S S is a strictly blood purifier containing no mercury or minerals descriptionofany vegetable If you have an ulcer or chronic sore ol any write us it advice will cost you nothing Books on Cancer and other diseases of the blood will be sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta kind about medical GL I 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 Wai laceton Ky a7tf Clover Seed Wanted Highest price Banks Hudson 918tf Pastures and meadows have in the localities visited by rain but in many places more rain is needed Dick Smith of Dry Fork sold his line Kentucky Squirrel suckling colt which won so many premiums at the Glasgow Fair to Lee Jewell of Page yule for 8200 Tobacco has improved to quite an extent but will be a light crop and housing is progressing well under quite favorable conditions Late corn has improved and early field are being cut The yield will not be quite as good as was expected but the crop as a whole will be nearly up to the average At Danville a few days ago John A Drake bought ofJohn Welcnof Wood ford county the fouryearold brown lilly Trinity Bell by Imp Eosington Famine for 2500 Apples continue to fall off and will give very poor results There are no peaches of any account Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Foleys Kidney Cure Sold by C C J E 1m There is no excuse for an animal carrying a pair of horns upon the farm Many a cow goes into winter in poor condition because she has been by the horn lly which deposits its eggs about the base of the horn later followed by maggots which destroy the horn growth If the horns were not there this would not occur Who will maintain that the growing of horns is not cruel Mr Robert Merrick of Wallonia sold a couple of line steers recently for 815345 The weight of both was 2 710 pounds and the price received was 5ic per pound If you want to buy or sell stock a small advertisement in this column will accomplish the result Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys sound so they will the poisons from the blood Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m The cool weather the farmers think lias the effact of thickening the grow crop has come out wonderfully since the rains and though it cannot be made good in many cases its will be so marked that it will afford a good quantity of fairly article Ilopkinsville Farmers are too much inclined to delay castration This is an essential of the market production of hogs that cannot be neglected or at any rate it ought not to be The farmer with a few pigs is the one who it the most apt to delay while the farmers with of his business with the result that the castration is done in time and when it least influences the mark et value of hogs The question of saving the corn fod der will soon be up The value of this ladder has been demonstrated the past winter as never before and while flay the country over will be more plentiful and much cheaper than a year ago the corn fodder will still be saved for when wen cured it is the best fodder produced on the farm At Glasgow recently Mr Will H Depp sold a pair of sugar mules 16 bands high 7 years old to Jim Skinner of Waterview Ky for 275 Mr Depp bought a 4yearold mule 16 hands high from W H Glover for 130 Judge Jno W Hughes sold to Wath A Wild JUde For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds W H Brown of Leesvill Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like mar velous cures of Consumption Bronchitis Cough Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed 50c and 100 Trial bottles tree at R R McRoberts and Fish and Co tlrug stores Paint Lick Ky lm ra I Sale50 market improved Cutting Stormes pestered diseased eliminate qualityimprove- ment marketable New apart Boy 5 instant relief Pneumonia bottles Ie ri LJJi 1 4 4 c s a 1 en Bros of Lebanon 22 head of two yearold sugar mules for each 3 cotton mules for 130 each and 4 for 115 each Clover Seed mar let price Banks Hudson U18tf If you eggs to lill your incubator and they have been shipped more than 100 miles let them stand unpacked for a day after receiving them This gives them time to recover their normal condition which is often disarranged from the jarring of a railway ride Every farm should have its timber tract and should be carefully preserv ed The reckless use of an ax for a few years will inflict damages thut it will take nature years to repair Much wooded land had better be left for timber and fuel purposes In many instances steep hillsides have been cleared of timber and broken up only to wash and gully and become In the clearing of land all rough uneven tracts should be left in timber ESTIIAYED One dehorned brindle steer weight 800 Ibs mark of green paint on back between hips Will S Emory Lancaster Ky s25tf Mr Simon of Rice county Minneso ta says that he lets cattle go onto his clover or rape with impunity and no longer has any bloating among them His remedy or preventive rather is salt where the cattle can get it He used to notice that cattle would leave the clover Held and go to the barnyard where they knew salt could be found and when they did so they did not bloat He has since placed rock salt near or in clover or rape letting the cattle know where it is and since that he has had no case of bloating though cattle have been turned into such pastures when they were wet He says his neighbors have adopted the same plan and with the same results This is a good tiling to remember and try when the time Dairy and Creamery 21 Years A Dyspeptic R H Foster 318 S 2d St Salt Lake City writes I have been with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years tried many doctors without recently I got a bottle of Ilcrbine One bottle cured me I am now off on the second I have it to my friends it is curing them too 50e at R E McRoberts drug store lm It isnt a knowledge of anatomy that enables a negro minstrel to the bones Croup Usually begins with the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness 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 croupy cough apply frequently Snow Liniment externally to the throat 50c at R E McRoberts lm Theres one great author whose true nearly always looks like the Fortune Favors A Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being appetite I began to use Dr Kings New Life Pills writes W P 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 drugstores lm My eye thought the needle do they expect me to see the point Not Doomed For Life I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McCon nellsvilleO for Piles and Fistula but when all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores E tuptions Salt Rheum Piles or no pay 25c at R E McRoberts and Fish and Co drug stores lm MORE LIVES ARE SAVEDBY USING Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds All Throat AndLung Remedies Combined This wonderful positively everPleurisy Hoarseness ough NO CURE IN Price bOo 1 Trial Bottle Free sfc T LU 155 Also WantedHighest unprofitable at will pastures relief tapering recommended handle drugstore Dickens Whitehead I cures Pneumonia ore Croup and Whooping IG FAVORITE 3 botlie Ila- irds lier withc Ut Consumption Asthma H FOR WEAP WOMEN S I ni An intelligent negro discussing the race problem makes use of the follow 1 have decided that he oniy wy to gob rid the Ij5m crow car is to rid of the jim crow negro If I could use 200000 liars of soap on the unwashed negroes that travel on trains and hang around depots 1 would solve the negro problem about 20 per cent Lazy ragged barefoot fellows long ing for silver slippers and long white robes and counting themselves neglecting to provide a home for their families on earth and yet a house not made with their hands in Gods heaven The white man is trying to make this earth blossom as a rose and the negro is getting ready to die I The white man is organizing enterprises and the negro societies to turn out at their Now I object to a hundred dollar funeral for a lilLy cent negro As successors to Austin Kemper Co we deem it proper to say to the public that the above iirm no longer exists Mr Kemper having withdrawn and accepted a position as salesman and solicitor for H B Xorthcott now ever we shall be pleased to receive your orders for coal and will endeavor to please you both in price and Give us a trial W P Walden T Telephone 41 To Jet a good and sure stand of grass use fertclixers sold by Gaines Bros Gaines Bro handle the lightest strongest and best farm wagon made See the people that has prospered by the use of fertelizers 100 Ibs 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 Public Sale As administrator of A K Lackey deceased will otTer public sale on the premises miles from Taint Lick and 5 miles from Berea on Walnut Meadow pike in Madison county on Weteilay Ocloto 1 1902 the hour of 0 0 a in the followingS per sonalty ShEEt 4 Lambs 11 Ewes 1 SouthdowulUick MULES 1 Mare Mule 1 Jyear old Horse Mule HOUSES 1 Rockawny and Draft Horse 1 Harnoss Mare I Horse Colt CATTLK r 2ycnrold Feeding Cattle 2 Heifers 7 Much Cows Shorthorn 2 Heif r Calves 1 1 Yearling Hull HOGS H average weight pounds Shoats average about IOU pounds 5 Stands of Bees FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 2horse 1 Buckboard 1 Surrey 2 Corn 1Iauters 1 Wheat Drill 1 Mower 1 Disc Harrow 1 1 Cultivator 1 Cider Mill 2 Farming lows2 Boxes 1 Hay Knife 1 Corn Sheller and various other farm im plements HOrSEHOLD and KITCHEN 1 Grandfathers Clock 1 Davenport antiqueS ft Ion1 o corner Cupboard 1 Desk Antique Walnut I Centre Table Various other articles of old at vie furniture Corn to be judged in field TERMS All sums of and under cash nil sums over fJO on a credit until11 05 with good note and approved securely without interest No terms of sale are complied with T M LACKEY Aclmr T D Clienault Auctioneer REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Sept 15 1902 RESOURCES Loans and discounts jioo Overdrafts secured and unsecured l7U S Bonds to secure circulation r 0000 00 Premiums on U S Bonds 1250 00 Stocks securities etc 1400 00 furniture and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Bunks not Re serve Agents 5801 IS Due from State Bunks and Bankers tKB i Due from reserve agents Jr 09 fcy Checksum other cash items HiO 81 Notes of other National Banks 05 00 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 21 10 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 00LegaltenderSG44 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation J500 00 TOTAL z 34Ss IM LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fiOOOO 00 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes Coi S7 National Bank notes outstanding 50000 00 Due to other 4G5S J Due to State Banks and Hankers 7i Individual deposits subject to check 123720 36 TOTAL iMt4s8 y4 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAKRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bunk do solemnly swear that the chore is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of Sept 1902 SC DENNY Notary Public Commission expires January 10th 1901 CORRECT Attest Y J S RORINSON Directors J J WALKER Dyspepsia Cure Digests what digests the food and aids in strengthening and recon digestive or gans It is the latest and tonic No other preparation approach it In in and permanently cures Sour Stomach Nausea of imperfect digestion PWe and 1 Large size contain 2V5 times L Prtp rtd bjr E C OtWITT A CO Cblcago jsj I f A SIlblt rir ill t get worthy claiming business organizing funerals Notice quality LeaveJ K Hull CAlf OO t 1Io Scaldiu hex FUR lIJaho onr JlUllIIU rcmove statement I IE YELl youeat digest Headache ts ml1l11e Book about dyspepsla mlLUedfree hi Vli Ss S art r ont his itS ii I ature t n spepsla ck jut isij tin of in Seventytight wgros v M killed and as many more were seriously ir in a stampede in Hap list church in IHrniingham A Tiitro were 2y6 people iu I he Hooker Washington had jistj speaking when a light took place Tle crowd misunderstood the words light and quiet for lire null the stampede followed Most of those killed were trampled to death or were suffocated Judge James D White of the Court Appeals denied the motion to diss olve the injunction granted by Circuit Judge Field to restrain the Southern Athletic Club and others from concinc ting a glove contest or prize light Louisville The full court with the exception of Jnd e sit with Judge White A majority of the six Judges held that the proposed was to be a prize light The prom oters of the contest announced that they would make no further effort to bring about the proposed meeting be tween Terry McGovern and Young REPORT OF THE CONDITION BM OF LANCASTER KY AT IKSOtItCKS Loans arid discounts lKs 4S Overdrafts etired anil uiiseeinvil U S Uonrls to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks sicurine etc OtH 00 I fixtures 11000 00 Due from National Banks rot reserve agents W 78 nile State Bans siinl Hankers ISO 51 Due front approved reserve agents 59 07 V Cheeks and other casii items J 91 Notes of other National Itanks tV 00 Fractional C GS IUVKIL MosEy KESEUVE Is HANK viz Specie Jiit 73 00 Lciultcndcr notes 00 00 1 J07SO- OKedcmptiou Fund with U S Treas urer iof circulation 250000 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in r0000 00 101000 Undivided profits less expenses anti 970s a Nationalliank Notes Outstanding 50HH CO Duo to Other 5 V H Individual deposits subject to check 11 tHJ til Certified checks s7i 70 STATEOK KENTUCKY COHXTY OF GAUPARDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named hunk do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to of my knowledge and belief S CDKNNY Cashier Subscribed find sworn to before me this day of Sept lyoJ U KINNAIUP Notary Tublic Commission expires January 10th lJ04 CORKECT Attest ALEX R A C KoriNsov J Directors WM H j EXECUTORS SALE OF SHORTHORN CATTLE THURSDAY i On the above date at Tattersalls sale barn Lexington at 1 p m the undersigned as exe cutor of the late C J Fitch sell to the highest bidder the entire ClIlTlnml Herd of Short horns Young Mary Young Ihylrss and Kose of Sharon For catalogues address NOKTON FITCH Exr Iliuily Jessamine County Ky Auctioneer J B Chambers Wilmore Ky On Wednesday Oct S B F fc Isaac er will sell their entire herd of Shorthorns near Winchester Ky Commissioners Public Sale f 15OLE CIRCflTCOtK Elizcbeth A Tomlinsons Admr Pills Vs Elizabath A Tomlinsons Heirs c By virtue of a judgment of the Boyle Circuit Court in case rendered at the September Term 1902 I will On Saturday Oct 4 1102 at 11 oclock A M or thereabouts sell to the highest and best bidder at public outcry at the dwelling house on the premises the following real estate That certain TRACT OF LAND in Garrard county Ky belonging to Elizabeth A Tomlinson decd at her death and lying ubout 2 miles west of Bryantsville Ky on Fishers Ford pike and bounded as follows Beginning at beech stump at turn of road cor ncr to I M Dunn thence with center of said Fishers Ford road N 75 K 2CS 5C100 poles to stake on the South side of said road corner to Swope in line to Yeager thence Scopes line N 112 92100 poles to center of Scotts branch thence down saute S SS V t poles S SV W 30 poles N iS W 2 poles to stake on North side of creek thence S 8 W 1 poles S 55 W M 50 10 Poles X 2S 11 W 2C poles S 57 W 24 poles N W 51 poles X VJi W 38 poles X 25 W 12 poles to a sycamore on north side of creek to Howling thence S 32 W 231 poles to center Fishers Ford pike thence with center of same S 53 E y poles S E 102 poles thence with dirt road N Krf 1572100 poles to begin ning und containing 293 ACHES 2 ROODS 16 POLES Said land will be offered first in three sepa rate parcels curl then as u whole and the bid or bids accepted that shall realize the most and the boundaries of the three separate parcels will be given at the time of sale The first parcel contains 12 acres 14 poles The second parcel contains 131 acres roods and 28 poles The third parcel contains C9 acres 3 roods and 14 poles TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of t and 12 months equal payments and the purchasers will be required to execute bonds with approved surety payabla to Commission er inuring force mId effect of a judgment mud hearing interest from date at G per cent per an num until paid and with lien retained on property as additional security for payment thereof FOX Master Comr Boyle Circuit Court A M BOURNE tIll SIuiloim I Pay II tel contest OFTJlE NATIONAl K ThBCloSB of Business 8B1t15 1902 IS J I BllnkinhouSl furniture J pllercurrel1c niekulscts Total illjO I lll1id Total I I the DES KIN 1D I ocr lO r nil mer Op ne GarrarD LOU nt farm c aIJolst led i 70 corner Iii W mon- a elIAS C Co ctI but slmetl rbett tuNes e7L1 0 best iSit Deft AUCTIONEER Offers his servi to the people of this terirory ices erfect Satisfaction Guaranteed the CENTRAL RECORD office or address me at Lancaster word atave L C t General News TTotes x Host Ifiportnnt Svtnis of the Day Soiled Down a ReadaUa Slices Items fr m Everywhere damage has been done by re violent earthquakes through out Turkestan j Frankfort Morgan Darnell was given two years imprisonment for de i straying an indictment Whiskies have advanced In price and it is impossible to get round lots of 13 fW M 7 and J 8 goods The rion Charles E Pickett Past Grand Exalted Tluler of the Elks an nounced his candidacy to succeed Speaker Henderson in Congress Louisville dealers are making efforts to get the channel of the river deep ened at certain points so that the crop of apples waiting to be shipped to that market can be brought in by the boats A Temperance Committees request I that the Attorney General of Kansas institute impeachment proceedings against Tonekas Mayor for alleged refusal to enforce the prohibition laws was denied The Earl of Dundoiiald the new commander of the Canadian militia has just issued a sweeping order the sword as a cavalry weapon Mounted troops Lord Dundonald de dares must depend for efficiency on and he recommends that old cers and men fit themselves to obtain musketry certificates The carbines now in use will be replaced gradually bv titles A panic that would have doubtless ended in loss of life was narrowly averted Saturday night while Presi dent Roosevelt was speaking at Music Hall in Cincinnati A curtain in a building adjoining Music Hall caught tire and an alarm was sounded arrival of the department the lire men rushed toward the auditorium They were prevented from entering hy J B Foraker a son ol the Ohio Senator There were SOOO persons in the building only a small portion of whom knew ot the tire outside The President had just begun his address when the incident occurred A bend on the outside began to play and its noise drowned out the racket of the frightened crowd without A report from London which is not believed is that British arid American tobacco trusts are to be amalgamated Samuel Decker a Pulaski county farmer accidentally shot and killed his sixteenyearold son Oscar Notice To Creditors All jtersons having claim against the estate ol A J Itlce deceased will preset t same properly proven to the nntKrsigncd or onr t J K Koliinsoti at Lancaster Ky on or before Octulier l th lJO2- Oeo T HigKiiibotham 911 t rrtmrs IT WILL BE RIGHT It1 YOUSEXJ YOlR competitor I to turn out more i work than ours J PH03LUTXESS J- GOOD1VORK GENERAL SATISFACTION jI Ve make a specialty of y Family Washing this de y partment being under the y sole of ladies r Danville Steam Laundry I I SMITH CUKKE Agents f Lancaster Ky T yI oo II o Ekinm I j A t I I I I large abolishing the rifle apt 4 i I f iTOVe defy any t r I charge f I t C pea real Led One Orliey Jesse 1 Fox satisfactory 0S LOCAL TIMETABLES m Soiithbnd Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 A M Vortlibud Mixed 3sai M- Xorthlml 1asgr 2IJ M South1iitl 1211 A i Queen Crescent Time Card Q fc C PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday G0J amNumber 6 Daily Stop 133 pmNumber 4 Not Stop 35f amNumber 2 stops when Hu 111 j m Number stop at Dnnville but doesstop at Junction City at 451 am SOUTH BOCNP Number 1 when fluked 111C amNumber 5 Daily UUUnmNumber 0 Daily except Sunday 755 pmNumber On HrJop m31 A CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Tlmeiu e ct July 15 10C2 I STATIONS LvLouisville SMOam ttUOpni Lexington 11 20 a in S loam S Slain rf0pin Winchester llr7aui ISpm C 0pm MtSterlinp l2V nn U4pin l5aiArWasbiuctoii 50 am 3pmS50amj 707pm NewYork VOSpin STATIONS 75oam 4 5pm i lOOam 731pm Washington i COpm 11 10pm I 7 nm 4SOpm550ai Winchester 4 oSpm 22m ArLexington 746am 5 7 00am 3 S0i ArLoulsvllle 1030amS25pm Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone LEXINGTON KY o 9 S 5Sl1111 705pm VTEO EOt c 7 2 JiiP mrfM J Clam LY I l First Class Painting Haying located in Lancaster Iam prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and Having had many years exper PAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompson store IORXAENlAL PAINTING jobof On the handkerchief a chill to tit g heart of the woman wi had kept on thinking the coupii will get better after a while Now she the g fight kIT life is on and looks eagerly around for medical aid There is one medicine whose 1 ous record for cures commends it at uv 2 to every sufferer from lung troutks at safe and sore Dr Pierces Colder Medical Discovery ernes obstinate deep seated coughs broIl g chitis weak bkedhis mugs emacia tion and diseases generally which if neglected or unskilfnliy treated termi 5 nate fatally in consumption la the Lewiston rI D I I D 1 LJliiJF l knows Q ant o Sth IfIJ printed in Litwistoti iWa11K I an tDlPnt of oar GoIdet1 a tJ Journal Novemicr 0 Ii hiii his a covcry writes Mr C II lirann merchant of Bnuxto1 ne Box 314 1 want to you what the Discovery dill for me years for blood The first three bottles helped me so that I was praot illy one year Then I took three bottles mow nith the sate r v g and lastly I took three bottles more making nine bottles hi all It fcu u been over fifteen and I have not been troubled with spitting any more 0 blood g Accept no substitute for Gofokn Medical Discovery There 9is nothing just as good for diseases of the stomach blood Si and g 5GS8 jsg SSGQ ftcs e jr the asfg You osn got tSto Peoples GmKtast SCMSS SticdtenS Advtsss the best 6 rffcay isoak vr pufosStcsl bysemSfsg steKsps to pay oxsnsB matting ONLY Send ZwrniyGRC o ecos3f stsrs3g3S for ihs hash in os 5 ibii yce sfaifyss fox tAe GlothhaisntS votemG to Dr R V PsGi GQ Buffalo N t J isi Go tt tell W spittingof t 0 years I t t JH lungs 11 FREE o g paper COlD Va o v Ii 0 L 0 That Smooth Finish So much desired bjr all men for their o Il rs is given at this Laundry If you want eridenee send us a trial bundle We will rail for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Maui St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky MI- NSURANCE Aetna Queen Jalntne IlnrtionI- Coiineticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Nen York riultrwriteis Liverpool A London Globe XortU British 3ierehantile Rill N fi I RepmcRtiD Gm9ai es I Xatimml IilwamtIee Jicnhnuts Agilla bug Ins Co gi llarffrCollll FO1Iol1IIt X LEWIS Y LEA VELT President J S R4 mxs4 N y Vice Pres 1 ORGANIZED 18Sj The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Jf Of jkufcMsruj g CAPITAL M SSIirWS ft B F HUDSOV Cashier W O ruoxirr Aisfc gshV C D WALKJOS Bookkeeper and Careful AttentionBusiness Solicited Prompt IKECTOKS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F J J Walker T if Arnold I N W wgo i iw 1 KY fhudson l 22 9 N 0 7 51s 1i00 1 1 TO POULTRY RAISERS rriiEajrniJ aiitetl cnn for Iiolerm n t Rt np suit a wo dtrriu irir producer JtOYAL LiE the greatest destroyer known them Thais She te Amenta wantvl rii Ari caster Ky T S BEAZL121T lWYL POULTRY KILL Insect on oraldre Sit Lalli Fac Try Geurral Agent site r iivttTriii iliurrh I uvillc atrvtt J K Attorney At Law LANCASTKR Kv to loan at 5 cent on real estate iiiortgnjes ron y per ItO 1hINSON The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 A u DEXXY President S C DEXVV Cashier SURPLUS 1OOOO JOHV E STORMES Vice Prest J F Robinson Asst Cushr E T Einbry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saral D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes IL Kinnaird 00000 O 0 000 OO OIO 00 I193 o o 0 2o o 0 2 2v 0 0000000000000000 O 00000 0000 i 0 zQ 2 Take PillsDw IDSISTTIST v rl r Kinnairdllit constipationby bowels but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions r Unnatural agitation caused Ri compels increasing doses 1 attain results d the liver JS lets onr liver cures Chills and Fever and every form off p Malarial Bilious Remitting and mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE too ai iXr r the h JJ Inle I 1 uj ris tii J1