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CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCT 2 1902 it THEzirinTiETir NUJUfBn a iEu f 0- I Superior I o 0o 0 I Wheat i 0 I Drills fo All sold by I ov eo I oo o 0oo g O 3R sj J A BEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming Ve have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of and upward o f R 0 00 0 Os00000000004000v Q t 00000000000000 Items of Local Interest If the weather continues coolspare ribewill soon be ripe Lay in your coal Its climbing high er every day Mr and Mrs S D llothwcll have rented Mr Wards house on Lexing ton street The millinery openings will be held Saturday and the ladies will turn out in full force Mr Ward is still hauling water for the mills and light plant This costs like blueblazes THK RECORD is still willing to put up its stack of blue chips on Garrard getting the railroad The Graded School has gotten down to hard work and everything is in shipshape for a successful year Prof Mannix is surrounded by able assist ants and good work may be expected Danville continues to send out win dy reports about the railroad the Ad vocates last say being that surveyors were laying off grounds for the depot Well if you want to stretch the blan ket stretch it tight Probably the last 150 Cincinnati excursion will be run next Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at 244 a in and gets back at 1211 midnight This gives you all day in the city The theatres are all open and many other attractions are to be enjoyed Sale of Vine Farm Geo Broaddus has purchased of Jas Nave the latters farm of 120 acres price 3100 The farm lies near II iatts ville and has a line house thercor We understand possession will be given Jan 1st meeting at Grove Lurch Elder TTC Garrison will begin a ser ies of meeting at Peasant Grove Church the first Sunday in October Every body is invited to come and share in the feasts of good things that will be given by this gifted and conse crated minister Silver Ten 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 congre gation of the Presbyterian church and all others who regularly attend that church are cordially invited to at tend Ices will be served free of Come and bring a freewill silver for the benefit of the Mission ary society I charge I offering r LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER FALL and WINTER OPENING OF Saturday and Monday Oct 4 and 6 Fall and Winter Cloaks and Furs Saturday and Monday Oct 1 1 and LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER h MILLINERY 13 w Dont knock Put away your hammer Dont knock Big Injun Rothwell is reported This is good ne vs Tlie Injun has plenty of grit and will soon be en foot Capt Phil Price the clever on the local train is the proud fa a pretty girl baby The little Miss arrived Friday Xow listen at the Smart Alecks say I told you so I knew they wouldnt build that hotel We have some brilliant people in Lancaster who we would like to trade for a dog and then kill the dog Milton Sliced has just painted the interior of Tin HECOID ollice We have the best printing otlicc in the state and if you want to see one well arranged come up Our latch string is always on the outside A Otliccr U S Marshal W T Short was here Friday and stirred up the blind tigers with a long pole At least they all went hole while he was around Capt Short is a splendid ollicer and is doing good work for Uncle Sam Will Kiitorlaiii The young peoples society of the Presbyterian church will give an en tertainment in the church Friday evening to which all members and those interested in the church are cor dially invited Refreshments will be served We presume that petition to take a vote on local option has been The whisky men know they are gnawing a tile and we believe nothing further will be heard of the matter At least we hope it will end in talk The drill is now passing through a layer of white sand and this has greatly encouraged those working on the artesian well A depth of GT5 feet was made through a solid rock and not until then was any sign of water At this writing the sand is becoming softer and there seems no doubt as to success This means much to Lancaster IntertMiiiK to Uiul Kentucky The Controller of the Treasury has sustained the contention of Capt C C Calhoun relative to Kentuckys Span ish War claim and today a warrant for SI 20800 53 an excess of 5290003 over the original allowance will be drawn on the United States Treasury The money will be disbursed to otli cers and men of the first three regiments about Christmas each private receiving approximately Goes to ISiiriifeitlu Prof E K Tood leaves this week for Burnside Ky where he takes charge as principal of the Burnside Graded School Prof Todd held an important position in the Lancaster Graded School and was one of the most painstaking a n d competent teachers in that nourishing lie is a gentleman in every sense of the word and we take great pleasure in commending him to the good people of Burnside Bro lEoblnsoii Warmly Welcomed In ordering his copy of TIlE RECHUD changed to Newport Rev L Robin son adds We are settled in our new home 121 E 3rd street and the people gave us a big ovation last night Our church is centrally located and is one or the largest and most influential in the city I feel deeply my to till the place Can never the kind friends of Lancaster If I have not paid my subscription dun me Thanking you for past I remain truly yours Lancaster Ulan in Fire Mr J A Beazley the hustling fur niture man wits a guest at the Fifth Avenue hotel in Louisville last week when that building caught tire He and his brother Lige had retired for the night when smoke awakened the Lancaster man and such hustling was never seen as he did to get out Hold on Jim take your time pleadedLige Not on your life Lige I came from a town where we have sure enough tires and Im going to leave this place So he made tall tracks for the street dressing as he went Lan caster people know what it meansand the cry will stampede them The gable end of Jims night shirt was slightly singed but Lige says he ran so fast that it ignited Those Who Appreciate The impression prevails that THE RECOHD is printed Thursdays It is sent to the post office every Wednes day afternoon late This is done to reach our county subscribers In many localities in Garrard theres on ly three mails a week and as it is our county friends to whom we always ca ter we take no chances on their miss ing the paper We wouldnt give one subscriber out inthe county for town The former pay promptly speak encouraginly of our humble and assist in getting new names In town as a rule people think they know more than the New York World could print aud instead of encourag ing a paper they find fault This is true and all newspaper men that is those who have pad experience know it is so ther of intoa Good t1IeitIOiiK Kentucky 50 kindnesses ofFire efforts better conductor Coo mislaid institution unworthiness forget twin o NO HOTEL YET Company Has Heeling and Declares to Let Matters TlilM Means Delay but IVIiIIe Life Hope The Lancaster Hotel Co had a meeting Friday and decided to fence in the lot and let matters stand for a while It is too late to commence a building as large as would be put up as cold weather is at hand now It is not certain that the present company will build but it can be safely said that Lancaster will not remain in the suds longer than through this winter as we have enough men here who are able to put up the stuff and who are public spirited enough to take stock the enterprise We have men who see that a hotel and opera house could be made to pay and while Lancaster will not be supplied with enough ho tel accommodations for a few months yet she will not lag at the rear of the procession always One of the great est losses is that Mr and Mrs Long will leave thus taking away the best hotel manager in Keutuoky and find ing others who could come any way near running a house like they did is a matter that will never be a successful end The Garrard was pronounced by the traveling men and they know to be the best hotel in Central Kentucky no exceptions any where It was pointed to with pride and was an enterprise of which will never have the equal Of course Mr Long cannot remain here in idleness until another house is built and as we have seen at least twenty offers made him at other points we know he villsoon select a location as any business man would do When the Garrard was built there were people who proceeded to run down the enterprise and if we were to print some of the slurring remarks made as to the business ability of the stockholders you would not be sur prised at the in now Several men in went so far that we heard one stockholder talking of instituting suit for damages That gab by a lot of mossbacks who never help the town and dont want anybody else to help it did many dollars worth of damage to the house and a suit for damages should have been instituted The men who built that house did so as a public improvement and not one thought of it as a moneymaking scheme But the many mean things said about the house and the silly idle gab done then is having its effect now The people who said the house would fall down are among the ones now who say it ought to be rebuilt How on earth can a town prosper when public enterprises are to be run down and every improvement sneer ed at V What we want to do is to pull together in every thing that is for the betterment of the town let petty jealousies cease and when a man or set of men undertake an improve ment stand by them and do not sit idly by and say Oh its no good 1 cant see where any money can be made there Lancaster is the best town on the map and the few knockers she is coming to the front That hotel will be built next Spring and several other made in Lancaster but to those who knock we say bout Hold your tongue unless you can speak favorably of a matter Cut out all adverse criticism stand by the men off of make your mon ey and give them another chance at it A house divided cannot stand so lets all pull together for the upbuild ing of Lancaster and Garrard county Dont sour on the world and if you are grum and dont want to speak a kind word for any one take a dose of salts and you will come all right The on ly trouble with most knockers is that their livers are not acting This sounds a little out of place in print but the truth should be told By the way we want to show you who those parties were who do nated toward rebuilding when we took the paper There were a few who we did not get to see but shows you the material of which some of our citizens are made They go down into their jeans when neces sary and are far from the skin flint element who kick on every offered Cut this list out and paste it in your scrap book- J S A II Rice 100 A II Bastin 100 J W Elmore 100 G M Patterson 100 J M Logan 100 Denny 100 S C Denny 100 J I Hamilton 100 William Ward 100 R G Ward 100 Miller 100 100 Burton 50 J RHaselden 50 R E McRoberts 50 TB Walker Son 50 S Ferguson 50 Cash 25 Cash 25 This could have been run up to 2500 and say Lancaster hasnt enough hustle to getanother building Well we say she has The above was a gift and if it comes to putting it in as stock enough could be raised to build a house fortystories high and in the Spring you will see one almost that high built either where the old one stood or elsewhere withinthe cor porate limits of Lancaster Best There ere a- in brought- to Lancaster lul warmness rebuilding Lancaster notwithstanding WhOl YOU improvement Robinson100 Alex R Jno J Robinson Y B V h now improvements around this W P C Mr J W Sweeney whose foot was mashed by a horse falling last week is mending rapidly and will soon be able to lay aside his crutches N B Northcott one of Lancasters husclinest hustlers has purchased another large wagon to handle his poultry ice and coal business Some scoundrel has been lifting Capt Whites chickens and as he bought a sack of powder and buckshot yesterday theres going to be trouble in that end of town The railroad question is being discussed If we could get the to take as much interest in this matter as thev are in the circuit judges race we would have trains running here before snowfall Sales of Town Property Dr W S Beazley sold to Mrs Rogers the property adjoining J F Robinson on Lexington street for Mrs Rogers bought the an investment and will rent it Dr Beazley then bought of Mr Cal Ne vieu the latter property on the side of the above hcuse for 2500 He will move to same in a short time Mr W A Berkele and family have rented the Methodist parsonage An Uncommon Deed Jessamine day not long since the various ministers of Bardstown each received a letter a 200 bill wrapped in a blank sheet of paper There was no clew to the giver The letters were directed by the same person and mailed in Bardstown Who gave the money or what prompted the gift is unknown Nicholasville ministers will probably view this with some degree of They have never experienced like it here Notable Lecture Thoughtful people of Lancaster and Garrard county have a most desirable entertainment presented in the by Rev Dr E Barton of Wednesday night 730 p m October 15 on The Old World in the New Century The large and audience of Garrards best that were so profited by Dr Bartons last address here will most cordially welcome him again with a generous hearing The lecture will he given under care of Ladies Aid Society at the Methodist church in Lancaster Let everybody attend The other day we heard one of them say there is not much chance now for a blind tiger operator Mat Siler has made it so hot that sales are few and far between freely people 1400 places other JournalOne containing incredulity anything A Lecture V Chicago If intelligent people displaying Juliet Policeman Siler gathered in two blind tiger coons Friday and they were given a big fine and sent to the workhouse Cheap Cattle The Cincinnati Enquirer says Jerry Caldwell of Danville one of the largest export cattle dealers i his State was at the Grand yesterday en route to Washington The corn crop in Kentucky is so immense this sea son said Mr Caldwell that as soon as it is put into the winter fed cattle and they are ready for market the price of cattle will in my opinion de crease from the present value of GJ to 7c per pound to the old price of 5i to 6 cents for the best Instead of feeding 70 cents a bushel corn as we have been doing we will get our corn for this winter and springs feeding at 35 and 40 c nts a bushel which is a big difference Stilt Doubt Editor H A Stitt makes the fol lowing reference in the Paris Gazette to Brother Barnes Rev Geo 0 Barnes has been heart talks at Odd Fellows Hall for several nights past He sits while speaking but doesnt put his feet on the table Brother Barnes asserts that an Englishman by the name of Dowie is the Prophet Elijah and that the recent volcanic eruptions are the beginning of the destruction of the world by fire If Dowie is Elijah he ought to be able to prove that when on earth the other time he pre dicted he would some day be in and be known as John Alexander Dowie Also don t you think he ought to tell what became of the twelve tribes of Israel that Louis Saloshin and Twin Brothers are still mourning over It would be very easy for Bro Barnes to get Bourbon county people to believe that J G Craddock is really Methuselah and these gold bugs are scraps of Judas Iscariot but they kinder hang back on Dowie and Elijah Raised la Richmond Richmond Climax Mr Shelby Tribble has returned to his post on TIlE RECOUD at Lancaster having about recovered frum the injuries sus tained at the recent fire in that city Shelby is one of the most industrious young men of our city but he has been playing in hard luck for some months having twice lost all his earthly pos sessions by fire besides being mashed up several times in the printing office We hope that his evil genius has now done its worst and that fortune may smile on our young friends efforts See our one horse wagon Its an Old Hickory and the handiest wagon on the market Romans Elmore M r Bro giving Chicago Was ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge 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 8AU71KT For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chas A Hardin as a candidate before the Democratic party Commonwealth Attorney of thl 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 Thlrteeth Ju dlclalal District Dig Year Well Deeper Christian Witnesg A dry time has always been Improved more or less to dig wells deeper There is no better time to do this than in the time of drougth We know of many old wells that have been made better than new by being dug deeper in the time of drought When the next time of drought comes they can be relied on as never before It is a very dry time just now in the religious world and it is a good time for us all to dig our wells deeper Do not be satisfied no matter what your experience has been but dig deeper The love of many is waxing cold There never perhaps was a time when it required more alertness to keep from spiritual drow siness and famine than nowand there is no better way to keep awake and re freshed with that living water that Jesus promised than to dig your well deeper and then with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of salva tion Let us all resolve to go deep er The drier it gets around you the deeper you need to dig Do you need an Old Hickory wagon We can sell you any size you want with low or high wheels with wide or narrow tire Romans Elroore STRAYED From my place on Sep tember22nd a black boar with white face weight about 200 lbs Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tf Get our prices on vehicles Rugs Harness c Dont forget we have any size wagon with any kind of wheel and another car load coming Romans Elmore Floe Millinery Miss Minnie Eastham the Dlnville milliner calls attention of her friends to the beautiful stock she now has on display and invites the ladies to call and see the many pretty hats she has Prices right and styles correct Re member the place Main street nom 1lam party S Danville Fall Suits and Overcoats m m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm n i fir I t Jsssi ass ir ww- e w r1- E I 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 I J Fine ShoesI i l I We call especial attention to our Suits and Overcoats for Men in all the latest styles and fabrics Our display of Hats Shirts Underwear etc cannot be equaled and on prices we defy competitor and pys a I i E IIiE SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF SHOES f 5 I The Clothier Clothier E E iUi one price I 1 T Logan i I I aiR all t c c 1 DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE filJI lImm ij m ti1 rn ij 0 J ISURRIES BUGGIES PII TONS If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can buy and at prices that absolutely defy and knock out competition Any kind or pattern you desire and we cordially invite you to call and see the immense stock we are showing We also handle and keep constantly in stock a complete line of The Celebrated Old Hickory Wagons all sizes every one fully warranted J E3 I I GEAR BREECHING TRACES COLLARS 01m illELM 0 R E J I I WAGON ROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster Ky a SccondClast Vail Matter Lancaster Ky Oct 3 ig02 THE SOUTHERN EXTENSION Harroditburct Rurgln and Lancaster Hold the Key to the Situation Ilarrodsburg the report of recent duration it seems that the much talked of pro posed extension from a point between Harrodsburg and Burgin to Danville will not materialize and that the pipe dream of the permanent con nection of the Southern railroad at Burgin and that when the road was extended it would be by the way of Lancaster as published in a certain newspaper will become a reality in the near future instead of a dream Our Danville friends see that it will be only a matter of very short time until their puffed up hopes will be buried into depths of oblivion and their claims of propositions as talked of will take tight to the winds It is real amusing to see how indig nant our neighbors get when they are informed of the many obstacles that will have to be overcome before they secure the much talked of coveted prize It has even been said Shame on you Mercer county people when we were trying to protect our own property which we bought and dearly paid for with the sum of 125000 Mercer county has no ill will for her neighbor and friend Boyle county Harrodsburg and Burgin have no harsh words to say against their neighbor ing town of Danville but they stand ready to protect their own interests from any intruder that may come try ing to take from them that which is rightfully theirs Harrodsburg and Mercer county people know just where their interest lies and they are ready to stand up for their rights They do not fear the threats of any town but will look out for their financial interests let come what SUit Jollies Vs Paris Gazette Editor Louis Lan dram of the Central Record Lancas ter was in Paris last week It is said that he is on a tour of inspection looking after the best appointed ho tels with the idea of building a new one in his town He would also like to take home several barrels of enter prise to be distributed among the citi zens of Lancaster hoping thereby to get them to help build a railroad from Harrodsburg to the capital of Garrard county Jf Brother Landram would start after the moon he would get it and you can expect to see a new hotel in Lancaster pretty soon and coming in over a line from Mer We have no fake sales or try to palm off old style goods on our custom ers By fair dealing we have won a reputation for honesty of which we are justly proud Come to us and you will get value receivedJ Joseph I DemocratJudgingf- rom nmayBro 4 j strangers ccr- A WALLACETON Born to the wife of Walker Baker on the 22nd ult a tiny boy Since the nice rains of last week our farmers are very busy cutting corn sowing wheat c Frank Taylor has again rented the Soper place from B R Robinson and will remain on it for another year The daily attendance at the Baler schoolhouse is smaller this year than at any time for the last tweity years Trustees should investigate J S Rutherford has sold his home one mile east from here to David Williams for 4550 Mr Rutherford plans going to Illinois in the spring Wm Lucas and family last week for Indiana where he expects to remain for an indefinite time and then go to Oklahoma to make his home there Robert Gentry has repaired his house that was wrecked by the storm three months ago has built a new barn made him a dugout and back home Uncle Ned Blythe colored is 80 years old and still able to do a days work He says he works every day if he feels like it and if he does not he doesnt have to as he has something laid up for a rainy day We have heard of a wheel within a wheel but last Saturday at Tom Ralstons we were shown an egg with in an egg The outer shell was just the size and shape of a goose egg and within it was an egg just like an or Binary egg The extra space in the large shell being tilled with substance exactly similar to the white of an ordinary egg I MANSE The Ladies Aid Society of the byterian church will meet Friday Walter Palmer of color died of fever and was interred in Paint Lick cemetery There Mill be an ice cream supper at Paint Lick Wednesday night Oct 2d Proceeds for the benefit of tho view church The interesting meeting conducted by Rev W D Heddleston has closed The many feel greatly strengthened by his deep and excellent sermons Miss Ethel Walter of Lincoln been visiting Misses Doty Lewis Francis of Richmond is relatives here Misses Mary and Willie Burnside and Fannie Doty of your city has been the guests of Miss Florence Burnside Miss of Lancaster has been spending days with Miss Denny Mr Walter Owsley of Hubble has been a visitor at Mr A K Walkers Mrs Terrill Ramsey who has been the sick list for several days is able to be out again Rev McDowell of Whites Station has been visiting in this vicinity Rev Chumbley and A R Denny of your cityattended church here Saturday There will be ing Fairview Sunday Mr McRoberts Mrs Slater and Miss Eliza Yeakey of Anderson Ind are Mrs Belle Henderson Mrs Jeff Robinson and son Howard together with Mrs J II Jones and Mrs Y A McAfeehave been the of Mrs Belle Henderson G T Mc Roberts of Brodhead is visiting here ie moved typhoid visit- Ing Janie several Katy Lee a visiting Robinson iy Pre t- Old Pal h M Dot o preac To h 2T O T1 1 C IE No Commission or other Unnecessary Profits To Pay For if You Buy From Me Having bought the stock and of the Garrard County Marble Works I will for the next 30 days sell the MONUMENTS and MARKERS now on hand at greatly reduced prices This work is firstclass in every particular I should especially like to quote you prices on ANY MONTMENTAL WORK you may need I can make not only the price but the work entirely satisfactory to you Now is your to get your work at a moderate price Write or call Shop next Mason Hotel Stanford street Lancaster Kentucky JNO HARWOOD goodwill r t JHHJRXK I Tom Turner sold one mule cult to I M Dunn for 40 Joel Marsee bnuylit a cow and calf from R L Stinnett Mr Allen Ray sold one cow and calf to Mrs Boner of Camp for 3750 Mr and Mrs A D Upton of Boyle Job Mursee and wife Saturday and Sunday Mr Elberl Bourne and son of Jessamine visited Mr and Mrs B Bourne Sunday Mrs Allen Ray entertained a number of friends at a titling Thursday Mr and Mrs J M Turner of Hyattsvillc visit ed here Saturday and Sunday Mr Toinmie Turner of the D and In stitute Danville visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Jackson and Fox Turner visited in Lexington last week Mr and Mrs J B Bourne returned home from Louisville Miss Mat tie Thompson of Lancaster visited Miss Nellie Bourne last week BUCKEYE Nels Davis has rented the farm of Hiram Ray vacated by Joe Ray Raymond McCullough has rented near Gunns Chapel Pete Warner brought Mote Broad dus farm at the junction of the Poor Ridge and Buckeye pike Price S2GOO Rev Job Bruce will begin a series of gospel meetings at this place Mon day evening the Gth We wish a good interest by all denominations Wm Anderson has rented the farm of Bea Ray at this place vacated by Frank Pierce Mr Pierce will move to the poor house farm We regret to part with such a splendid family Rumor says there is soon to be a wedding at McCreary and this place Young men having bought farms sticking up in big red white and blue letters to let doesnt keep hart facts suppressed every time J E Dickerson and Master Wesley will go to Cincinnati next week where he will purchase a large stock of goods Mrs John Asians of Jef fersonville will be the guest of her cousin Mrs J E Dickerson a part of this week Birdie Jones visited friends at Danville Sunday Mr John McCullough surprised his friends Sunday by driving to the of Miss Minnie Noel to whom he paid attentions several months thither to Richmond where they were mar ried by Rev Horace Turner They were accomganied by son and Mr Tomsie Davis who were making an impromptu visit to Miss Noel After the ceremony they pro ceeded to the Glyndon Hotel where dinner was ordered for the party Then came to the brides home where a nice supper was prepared for the near relatives of the family Miss Noel was attired in blue silk Miss Simpson wore a castor tailormade suit The following evening by a small party they drove to the grooms home where a supper was prepared for near relatives Miss Noel possesses many beautiful traits of character and is well liked by all who know her and especially is she a favor ite in her own home LOWELL Arthur Hurt had a spell of sickness oneday last week in which we thought he would dies The infant child of Buford Ely died last Tuesday and was buried at Paint Lick cemetery We had a base ball game at Lowell Saturday evening Lowell against Car tersyille the score was something like 10 to 1 in favor of Cartersville- r J M Meadows has gone to the city to buy new goods Mr Jesse Parks has returned home from the mountains after a long visit to friends W P Kincaid who has been sick with fever is some better at this time Born to Mrs Ellen Wilson one night Epherslast week BRYANTSVILLE A grown daughter of of color died Saturday morning of consumption and was buried Sunday at 11 oclock in White Oak burying ground- n The auction sales at J X Dunns that have been continued every Saturday evening for a month are drawing large crowds and nearly everything that is offered is readily taken Mrs Celia Armstrong returned ilagan who has been in Lexington for fortnight with her daughter Mrs W T WoolfolkMr Levy NorrIs and family moved into a tenant house of a our little village Mr and Mrs J S Haselden have just returned from Cincinnati where they have been for several days buying their fall and winterstocks the former line of saddlery and the latter a select stock of Millinery and I am requested to say to her patrons and the public that she will have the lar gest and best assorted stock that has ever been brought to this market and will make prices to sui t her customers Her show cases and racks are now ready for public inspection Please allow me through your paper to thank the officers and members of the life of my late husband Yours very truly Celia J Armstrong Bryantsville J P for D Fannie Sunday ForestStappsfarm and hiss SuhlrSimp accompanied Pump Mullins tonands q A prompto S 3000 Nelson visited Miss hem ha DIr p card I e PitiSACilitiltSVJLLLK J P Rogers has rented his farm to V Cummins fur the 1UU3 fur SJOO M F Holer has gone to reatersvillc to buy a farm Rev Wm C Hutchins sold a cow to Rev Terrill for 20 W II Brown shipped a load of hugs to Cincinnati Saturday J L Hutchins sold 12 steers P Fox for 40 W M Sprinkles has rented a farm nt Crab Orchard paying f0 rent John Cress bought some nice hogs in RocUcastie last week G C Kennedy sold four 2ycarold steers to Jasper Robinson for 150 per hundred W B Bennett sold 5 calves for 60 00 Arthur Lunceford bought n horse from J Anderson for SCO Mrs F F Cummins and daughter Miss Allie May of Corbin who has been visiting friends here has return ed home B C Anderson and wife of Brodhead were visiting here last week G W Evans has returned from Louisville where he has been at tending the fair Rev II IJ of Louisville is here looking after his farm MrEFolcy and wife are friends at Hiattsville J F and wife of Stanford were vis iting home folk Sunday The social given by Mr and Mrs W II Cummin last Friday night was highly enjoyed by about thirty eight oclock they retired to the dining room where a sumptuous feast of ice cream and cake was heartily partaken of by all present I MAKKSIUJHY M G Aldridge lugs rented his farm to John House for 00 Aldridge and House bought of Tl Herring a nice beef at c The beautiful ordinance of baptist was administered to MissHettic Saturday afternoon by Rev pastor of the Grove church Mr Chas Burdett of rented of Fred Sutton his farm for S300 Mr B and family will move this week We extend tj them cordial welcome coldis finished in stone and cement and is one of the nicest pieces of work in this community Rev W M Wood who assisted in the meeting at the Fork church re turned to his home in Harrodsburg Saturday His good sermons will long be remembered by many in this com inunity The protracted meeting at the Fork church closed Sunday twelve additions to the church Elev en were baptized Sunday afternoon There was one addition Sunday night he will be baptized at the river next Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock The sale of Mr Fred Sutton was well attended Cows and calves brought from 89 to 0 horses and mules from S40 to 72 hues from to 822 corn 8147 per barrel hay 3 to 7 a stack farming implements and household furniture sold well Mr Sutton and family leave this week for Lexington where they will reside His neighbors regret to give him up but hope he will find many friends in his new home Misses Mattie Thompson and Annie Philios of Lancaster have been the guests of Misses Lizzie and Lula Miss Sallie Herring returned Saturday from a pleasant visit to Miss Elza Logan at Mitchelsbunr Miss es Myrtle Sanders and Nellie Arnold of Hiattsville were guests of Mr T Arnolds family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lisa Wood little daughters Annie Green and sister Kitty Kynn of Stanford visited relatives here last week and attended the meeting at the Fork Miss Lynn Moss of is spending several days with Miss Mary Durham Miss Manic Daly of Danville has been visiting relatives here and attending the meeting Misses Minnie and Sue Bourne of Bettis have beenvisiting their sister Mrs Mason Pollard FLATWOODS Lenard Nave sold a mule colt for 40 W II Furr sold to J C Fox five for 21750 Geo Elam sold a mule colt at town Monday for 60 W II Furr bought a mule colt of G W Gooch for 20 Jim Grayson is building a new house on his mothers farm J C Clouse bought a saddle horse of Ben Conner for 45 Jim Naylor sold a mule colt in Monday for 38 Tuck Miller sold a mule colt in Monday for 35 Joe Lawson has lost a redroan heifer strayed or stolen Geo Rogers sold twelve hogs to R C Bolan for 650 a hundred Ben Cormney bought twoyearold mare from Lige Worrel for 40 W H Furr bought a wagon and a calf from Faulconer Barnes for 3375 Geo Archer sold 14 yearling steers to J C Fox for lets and three yearling heifers to Sam Anderson for Sets Mrs Mittie Pence of Misoouri is visiting her sister Mrs Lucy Worrell of this neighborhood Mr and Mrs Foley of Preachersville and Mrs Elijah Smith of Williamsburg are visiting at Mr S Archers p to J C Co elu ill Cum- mins friendsabout Roys- ton Garrison Simpson Lancaster Lancaster Lancaster yearling I re 1 vein visiting IIiattst ill Thee 4 stee w i fjr Toctura Taint relieved a torturing dis ease after 40 torture might Ten cause tht gratitude of anyone what IK Witts Witch Ja Salve did for C ilamy Genera O He says Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 Cures cuts burns wounds skin diseases Beware ofcounterfeits The average woman would rather have a little flattery than a lot ofsym nr m is Who keep their children in o td health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It is the chilurens tonic It gets digestion at work so that their fund does them good and they grow up healthy and strong 2x at R E Me Roberts druggist lua The man who boasts of tying as he goes is usually slow about making a start Spout More Than W Baker of Plain view Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen years She tried a number of doctors and spent over 1000 without relief She became very low and lost all hope A friend recom mended Foleys Honey and Tar and j thanks to this great remedy it saved her life She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse substitutes CCJ EStonnes The man who never looks up is a rant failure when it names to lifting Americas ruinous IS iiuties Look with horroronSkin Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses liucklens Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Ilhcnni van ish before it It cures sore lips j hands chilblains Infallible for PlIes 2H at R E Me Roberts Lancas ter and Fish drug store Paint Lick 1m lingers and permits to get there ahead of it A Doxeii Times A Mr Owen Dunn of Ferry W Va writes 1 have had kidney and bladder trouble for years and it became so bad that I was obliged to get up at least a dozen times a I never received any permanent bene- a tit from any medecine until 1 tried Kidney Cure After using two bottles I am cured C C J E Stormes 1m It pays some men to be honest bc cause they have less com petition Keaiitirul ComplexIon A re spoiled by using any kind of pre paration that fills the the skin The best way to secure a clear corn plexion free from sallowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional doses of- Herbine will cleanse the regu late the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion SOc at B E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Some people are never mOle serious than when they try to act funny JAFu In Peril i just stalled to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Gee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Elec trio Bitters but they worked wonders Nuts 1 sleep like a top can eat have gained in strength and en joy hard work They give vigorous health and new life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only 50c at R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick No man should attempt to rule oth ers who is unable to rule himself 1O You Want to Yawn Feel cold shivering aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Ilerbine cures it Take it before the disease gets a fair hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Ilerbine for several years There is nothing bet ter for malaria chills and fever head aches biliousness and for a bloodpur ifying tonic there is nothing as good 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m There isnt a single moment in life that you can afford to lose iThe fastest selling article I have my store writes druggist C T Smith Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung dis eases who could get no help from doc tors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it and 11 E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satis faction or refund price Trial bottles free Regular sizes DOC and SI 1m Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon the digestive or It is the latest discovered ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in stantly and permanently cures Dyspepsla Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache all other results imperfect digestion FrlceSOc and St Large size contains ZYt times Prepared by E COtWITT ACO Cbleago Year I r years Mutt I t t would I I best I J I oJ 1 lOCI V 9 i i up I I I Cos often altBenton I night Foleys t pores of H H Goes LikO Hot Ctle rsin of I ad01 d s I I I I g from J is l Years tthy i c i chapped i curiosity bowels lei anything strlt ctiag smallsizeBook tfV r The has arrived for e PaintIng and t seasori Papering Purest brands of I PAINTS and OILS i Varnishes Etc I i Brtu s hey 5 Handsomest line WALL PAPERS vc hive ever shown u 1S oft Full stock of Mammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts5 Drug Store X We are now located On Danville Street Opposite hompsons Jewelry Store ALL bOuOS DARfiAGtO BY THE FIRE DESTROYED BY US We will continue as before to handle s only the best at the lowest prices Make our store your headquarters We o will appreciate your coming 2 fTelephone us your order and we will deliver it promptly and appreciate your favor t a sk Supply Your Every Want r 4 O9 0 0 1 0 u 0 2 WERE 0 2 0 0 PIhi esflr 0 Storeo 2- 1a1 bIJ 2 6 1tt tijR CanU OVOGO000OfvOCrOJOC90 oyO s sOvOs00 OGOO s 3 e 0 or 0ti 0 F 2 7 t arooooo o oloa 4 arooao aoa a o ttttt 4 4 t I a + Rakes Harrows t Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock n complete line of Table and Pocket Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the LcVSt Successors to J M Hiirginbotham Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and 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 Public Square Lancaster Ky FALL and WKTHL MiLlERY OPEHW I WILL ON Saturday Oct 4th 1 902 open the Finest stock of FALL and WINTER MILLINERY ever shown in Lancaster Everybody cordially to attend SALLIE D TILLETT e t f t E T R KfDliu t t I H E ti r MOBEIt1T PHOTOGRAPHS i1i t v em- I I wi2C Ja Iii invited a a Cutlery P 1S01 r f TZw Fox Szdio j I 0 f 0 0 tt fa ti i I STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES Hardwrre store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES u m flJJJJl f flJt to 0fc jl e IJ B0 00 CONTEST I Ion S i Ql I I a ZS HC Arnold Frank Pierce Denny T B Ruble W 11 Cook Win Royston Walker J A Sanders J F White J K Woner 7 M Sag J II Dunn Jas II Dunn 235 IOl B l- 2I 72 72 U5 E II U2 54 I7 n 29 C Fox 21 19 w I 2- J Look and Price I AM BuySure Youll 1 Jo e Taken in Exchange I pay you more for produce than anyone in town B M Ballou to John Bourne 37 J B Robinson 17 J no B Parks 37 Tcvis Thompson 35 A K Walker 35- Kobt Burton 3- 4TCGullcy 13 Andrew Thompson 32 Ike Arnold 32 J Y Robinson 31 Frank lloltxclaw 31 L F Warner 30 U Walter Casey 8 fi m 001 l l Layton J S Robinson jfetf Counting Coin tec Robt Kinnard fig PATTERN HATS SATURDAY OCTOBER 4th Everybody Cordially Invited Noel Sisters m A n Imy J 0 0 J0iffJifJI 0TllJlllJlfjffJiffitJi tlfllJltfff filJM mft1IDi1iID1muIDmnmf ITI mmmm m mmmmfimTf1fti ffiJ I WINTER I I I I II I I IW- ijtYl WlIWID UWlUimgYm J w lUlJIDIIUmrn WM WJ lID I ILLINERY PEN G f Gossip About People V V NS A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Mr Will Collier has gone to Peoria 111 to reside Mr K IT Batson was in Cincinnati the past week Mr and Mrs T B Long have been in Lexington a few days Miss was a visitor in Louisville the past week Miss Ilallic Xevius of Stanford is visiting Dillon Mr Goodloe of Paris was the guest of Mrs I M Lackey Sunday Miss Alice Walker entertained a few friends evening Mrs Lusk of Huston ville has been the guest of Mrs Emma Kauffman Mesdames J E Stormes and Lewis Walker were in Danville Thursday Mr J M Logan is in the cities pur chasing new Fall and Winter goods Mrs John Farra and Miss Maggie Tomlinson were in Danville Monday Mrs Letcher Owsley returned Fri day from a visit to Louisville friends Mr Charles Walker who works on the L anti N was a visitor here Sun day A fair likeness of Miss Marie Joseph appeared in Saturdays CourierJour sal Miss Coffman of Isicholasville is the guest of her sister Mrs Fred Sut ton Mrs Ware of ITopkinsvillc is visit ing her daughter Mrs R E McHob erts Mrs Alex Bcazlcy and daughter Miss Mattie of Crab Orchard have BUY NOW I am compelled to sell to reduce stock for a larger line bought for the Pall trade Rella Arnold Fri lY f Miss Xellie 4 1 r j i 1 i I been guests of Mrs W S Beazley Mrs Jackson Kemper of Danville is visiting her daughter Mrs E Miss Elizabeth Crimcsafler a pleas ant visit to Nicholusvillc has returned homeMr Wharton of icholasville was the guest of Miss Mattie Thompson SundayMr Mrs Jerry Respess are re joicing over the of a little girl FridayMrs Jake Joseph left Monday for Cincinnati to enter an Infirmary for a few weeks Messrs Jim Pierce and FrankMarks bury attended the circus in Danville Wednesday Mesdames Fleece Robinson and T Robinson were in Danville Fri day shopping Miss Carrie Woods of Berea has been the guest of Mrs J W Miller Danville ayenue Mr Banks Hudson wife and pretty baby Porter Scott have gone to Lex ington for a visit Mr Louis Landram wife and Miss Altie Marksbury are spending several days in Cincinnati Misses A Hie and Bettie Anderson are in Lexington visiting their sister Mrs Tom Browning Mrs Fox and pretty little Mary Owsley are visiting Mrs Richard Hackler of Beuna Vista Miss Pearl Bettis of Lexington has accepted a position as stenographer for Mr McClellan Johnston Judge It A BurdsSde and wife have returned from a visit to their daugh ter Mrs Win Lackey of McCreary Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained Thursday evening in honor of Misses Scott and IIughes of Richolasville Mrs J C Ilemphill Mrs Curt Robin son and Miss Carrie Currey were in Cincinnati Friday and Saturday shop ping Mesdames Redmond of Cincinnati and Sullivan of Danville have been spending a week with Mrs John Don ahueMiss Skinner one of the polite and accomodating operators at the ex change is quite sick of fever at the home of Mr Bastin Mrs W S Beazley Misses Katie Simpson Lizzie Beazley Bessie Bat son and Mr A R Moore were visitors in Louisville this week Mr Charles Burdett and family have moved to the Fred Sutton farm on Danville pike Mr Sutton and family will reside in Lexington Misses Bertha and Blanche Askins two pretty and stylish young ladies o Richolasville have returned home a pleasant visit to Miss Elizabeth Grimes on Lexington street Mrs J S Johnson left Tuesday morn lug for Richmond where she will join the family en route to Mt attend the marriage of her brother John Willis Arnold to Miss Margaret Hay Jones She will also attend the marriage of her nephew G D Sim mons to Miss Frost at Lexington on Thursday Oct 2nd Paint Lick Personals Mrs Gilbert H Wilson of Champaign lias been visiting at the home of her parents Dr and Mrs Mays for some weeks past Mr Gilbert H Wilson of Cham paign Ill arrived on instto visit his wife Born to the wife Mr Gilbert H Wilson a fine boy Nel son Mays f arrival B after Sterling to the 16th f I Perkins r o f Squire n Kimiaird has gone to the mountains on a business trip Mrs W K Shugars is in McKinney visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Gamier Mr and Mrs R E Hughes after a visit to their parents returned to Louisville Saturday Mesdames L F Hubble and Mattie Oneal Lave returned from Rockcastle where they have been spending the summerCol F Hubble returned with his family from Rockcasile Springs last week He is interested in railroad building and well posted on such matters Like all others who have studied the matter he says the new road will come through Lancaster Danville Harry Robinson left Saturday for Western Kentucky where he goes in the inter est of the State School for the Deaf He will chaperone several pupils back to the Institution Mr C X Smith left Saturday for Detroit Mich where he will attend the sessions of the Carriage Builders National Associ ation Mr Arch Robertson left yesterday for New York to purchase winture goods for the lInn of A B Robertson Bro He will be gone about two weeks A wedding which will be a surprise to their many friends is that of Miss Pearl Ross and Mr Herbert Gulley which will take place next week The couple will be married in Xicholasville next Wednesday about noon after which they will return to the home of the grooms parents near Lancaster and a reception and supper will be given them Tle bride is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs David G Ross and is a most lovely and noble young lady She is exceedly popu lar among the young people and is beloved by all who know her She is chceedingly handsome and attractive and Mr Gulley is indeed fortunate in winning her heart and hand Her fa ther is known all over the county as of the biggesthearted gentlemen in Garrard county and she is of that noble trait so characteristic of him Mr Gulley is a son of D Gulley and is a man of fine and industry He is a farmer by occupation and has secured a lot of land on Buckeye which he is now THE HKCOUD extends in advance its hearty congratulations and wishes them every joy and The attendants will be Miss Jennie Gulley sister of the groomand Mr Ike Dunn Farm Hides In Style The L 2s ollicials always ready to please the public sent a special train to run from Lancaster to the State Fair in Louisville one day last week The fact was not sufficiently advertised and about eighteen people went in on the regular train That morning when the special of three coaches pulled out only one man Jno 31 Farra was aboard and no ore else got on this side of Lebanon That night on the return trip everybody but Farra got at Lebanon Farra told the conductor he would wait and come home on the regular train but the latter continued his journey making no stop until Rowland was reached Farra had the whole train to himself and he again told the con ductor to put him off as there was no need of running the whole train to Lancaster just for him Still no heed was paid and John was brouglt on into town The train consisted of three handsome coaches baggage car and engine and this is the first time in history where a train that was placed at the disposal of one man John enjoyed the ride as he was not W I oca te Seere 1a ry j I lone possessed J I ofT young habits cultivating happiness lung TIlE BEST HUSTLER IN TOWN crowded in the least and had a con ductor and two brakemen to look after his every wish We regret very much that no more went on the excursion as Mr Stone has done much work and the company spent much money to give Lancaster people good accommo dations and if the special last week had been properly advertised we be lieve our people would have taken advantage of the opportunity to visit the fair The Lancaster people those who understand the situation are deeply grateful to Mr Stone and Mr Hood for the many favors shown them and if the people at large knew how the different lines were situated andthe difficulty the company has in running trains on so short a piece of road as is the Rowland branch they would sing the roads praises instead of knocking about better service We have the best mail and express service in the state and passenger are far ahead of a ma jority of the towns in the state The L N is all right and if you didnt have it wouldnt you be In a sweet fix Well we say yea verily l tha- is accommodations C t Ijow K MUM Trl State to VaIilili ton Account K A K On account of the Grand Army Re union 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 Gth 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 illu minate 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 NewYork The C O will have two fast trains each way with finest sleeping car coach and dining car service travers tug more historic country any other line For full information or sleeper see any ticket agent or G V Barney Div Pass Agt To The Children of Lancaster Dear children I know you will love to help in a work I am going to tell you of How many of you know about our W C T U school at Ilindman Knott county Get your geography and look for Knott county and you will lied it right in the heart of the mountains and Ilindman is fortyfive miles from the railroad Xow suppose you lived fortylive miles from the railroad and everything had to be hauled over that awful rough road do you think you would get much Xmas Isnt it too soon to talk of Xmas ISo not for these children for if we no not send a box now it cannot be hauled to them in Nov or Dec These children are very poor and this Xmas will be the first time they ever saw a large Xmas tree with candles dolls balls and candy Do you know Miss Peters teaches in this school and do you how she loved to make you happy at this time and now we ask you to make her happy this Xmas by helping these children We will pack a box Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock at the Christian church Remember thus isnt my work or your work my church or your church but a work for all of us Come and bring a dull ball can dles or candy anything that will make these children happy The box will be sent to Miss Clandid Peters We have to pay the freight to Jackson and then it costs one cent a pound to haul it the miles so if any of the mothers and fathers want to help in this work please bring your mite In as much as ye did it unto one of the least of these ye did me M HMH H HM MMMtM- I Business and Bargains Fresh oysters at Zi miners The latest styles in dress goods at J Josephs Day boarders wanted It Joseph Faulconer Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office New line of Ladies and Gents gold watches and lings J Thompson For Sale Kcw cotton sacks for clo ver seed 11 A B Marksbury Son Cloak and Fur Opening Saturday and Monday Oct 11th and 13th The Logan Dry Goods Co Save labor and expense by buying a Deering Corn Harvester from Gaines Bros s18tf Our new goods are rolling in Dont purchase until you look over our larae stock of handsome goods J JosepliT You must come in and pay your ac count I need the money and must have it R A Stone The Logan Dry Goods Co will have the opening of fine Millinery Satur day and Monday Oct 4th and 6th Dr Hobson has recovered from his illness and will be at the Mason hotel second week in October slltf I have for sale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed 25tf J F Robinson fur Siilo Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf You are cordially invited to attend our Millinery opening Saturday and Monday Oct 4th and 6th The Logan Dry Goods Co A fine lot of BarredPlymoth Rock hens and pullets for sale Must take at once J Thompson Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price II A B Marksbury Son 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 Our fall cloaks are beauties and we defy any one to show a more complete stock or at better prices Look them over J Joseph Faun for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge We have the largest line and styles in dress goods evbr to Lancaster We selected with great care and know you can find nothing nicer in central Kentucky J Joseph t remember forty ti e send or itunto f t t t I Lund 9 8tf brought I C reunion C than reservation 1 C Dont think because 1 only owe him 2 or 675 that lie 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 The tax books arc 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 Ladies we can show the handsomest fall goods ever brought to Lancaster and make you prices that are bound to suit See us JJ Joseph Coul 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 Kemper Manager slltf For Kent- On Lexington street 3 mile from town the toll house Contains 5 rooms H acres of land and all necessary outbuildings barn servants room hen house meathouse and good cis tern Pattie D Gill 11tf We are not much on the blow but we do claim that we have the best lines of dry goods dress goods shoes underwear and notions ever brought to Lancaster a call will convince you ot this fact J Joseph 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 Foundation rock Blue Limestone the very best quality any 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 EGGS Fresh eggs 15c per dozen Cash II B Northcott For Sale or ICeut My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton U4tf 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 Seed Wheat For Sale 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 Notice Tills 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 Wart in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do you had no warning you cost by paying before we reach name Sanders Ward Ucautllul I have a complete line of sample tailormade suits from the widely known house of Chas A Stevens Bro Chicago and call especial attention of the ladies to them Call and see the latest styles and handsomest line ever exhibited in Central Kentucky o2tf Miss Sallie Tillett Lexington Trots 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 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 trot ting season with racing that has been seen before Half rates on all railroads have been secured excur sions will be run from Kentucky points The finest horses the best music and the best crowd ever together in Kentucky will be the attractions Remember the dates Oct 7th to 17th 9254t New Livery Stable- I have opened a firstclass livery stable back of Garrard Hotel New horses new buggies prompt and polite attention Telephone us your Older and rigs will be sent to you promptly 9ll4t W H Ward Season Tickets The Lancaster Lyceum Company has guaranteed payment to six stan dard attractions to appear at the on Nov 17th Dec 12th JaIl 7 Feb 4th and 25th and March 18th They will sell 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 To TaxPapers Fur Sale thickness- R Noslce we nut say can e never gathered courthouse separately your entered TIio Sat ofNf l Corn The best plan for saving corn for seed is to go through the field before the crop is harvested and gather the best cars from the best stalks The largest yields of grain are usually made from varieties producing two ears on each stalk and if such variety is desired then seed should be saved only from stalks bearing two cars It is sometime claimed that the upper one of the two ears will produce the earlier maturing crop but unless ear ly maturity is of considerable import ance if a stalk has two good cars both should be taken if one ear is good and the other only fair the bettor one may be taken while if either ear is very poor in size shape or fullness both should be rejected If a variety bearing only one ear to each stalk is preferred the ears selected for seed should be the largest which can be found of nearly equal diameter throughout and well filled at each end It is important to take seed from the best stalks as from the best cars and whatever variety may be preferred every ear which is selected for seed should be taken from a stalk which in size habit of growth and number of ears approaches slosely to what is the desired form for that va rietyIf careful hands are employed in gathering the crop a very good selec tion of seed may be made by having a box in the wagon into which the most desirable ears may be thrown as are found About Job Printing Of course we want to do your job printing we know we can do it as well and as cheap as you can get it Lancasters business men as a rule stand by TILE RECORD pretty well but there are a few who say they want better work than can be got ten out here We dont want the pat ronage of the latter class of cattle for such people always jaw you down on prices want something for nothing and dont know good printing from bad work You sometimes in a big profit by not getting the patron age of some paople Steel Ties A special from New York says managers and steel manufactur ers are freshly interested in with steel ties This is not a new subject but it is steadily increas ing in importance ml as time elapses without any sat e ory substitute being found for od tics it is likely to become really of moment More than 100000000 ties are annually re quired by the railroads for their 200 000 miles of roadbed and to supply this enormous quantity there is yearly sacrificed the equivalent of a forest one mile wide reaching from time to the Pacific As the necessity for finding a because more urgent inventive genius may be expected to rise accord ingly Close observers of this situa tion are persuaded that it is but a question of a short time only until some manner of satisfactory steel rail road tie shall be produced Experi ments have been going on for several years until recently they were con ducted in a more or less indifferent manner Railroad managers assisted by steel manufacturing interests have now taken tho subject up in a most serious spirit- A great fortune awaits the man who will produce an available railroad tie of steel The Pennsylvania and other large systems at one time or another have tried steel ties but without success The invariable dim culty is that the steel tie is too and rigid thus causing wear of rolling gear New in steel are now at a premium and as this becomes more widely known the versatile American brain it is believed will prove equal to the occasion The introduction of steel ties will prove a great thing for the steel industry hence the active of steel manufacturers Experi ments are now being undertaken view to the increasing necessity of the situation The question has the earnest attention of some of the most skillful men in the rail road world as well as in the big steel hops Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DigMts what you elsewhere experiments substitute interest wIth- a sat railroad Atlantic several unyielding excessive designs engaged n TI B v THE BEST Country Store In The State Cause for selling illhealth Slock About 4000 Amount of business done annu ally 20000 Good store room 26 x 102 Also Two Good Dwelling Houses All in Bryantsville Ky Address J X Dunn Co IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR LAUNDRY WORK TO US We defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than ours PROMPTNESSGOOD GENERAL SATISFACTION- We make a specialty of Family Washing this de partment being under the sole charge of ladies Danville Steam Laundry SMITH CURREY Agents Lancaster Ky A M BOURNE ALt fet r ss G 5 3m AUCTIONEEROffers ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CENTRAL RECOUD otlice or address me at Lancaster You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHASE TICKETS VIA IF bat rWLeuletnuc NaSHVILLE R R The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rate Time and all other Iifiir win be cheerfully furnished by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DigMts what yti L 001CI P ATMOItt e t LuCttttLL oat ANe ee sc1 atlsa A IEL Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON STAKES IOOOOO PURSES October 7th 17th to Grand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 35 OTHER GRAND RACES Til friitist PragruM Ew Oftni Half Fare Rates on all Railroads ft P STOLL E W SHANKUN StCKtMftrn ret+ I I toDlagioos Blood PoisonI Is the name sometimes given to what EASE It is not confined to dens 01 vice or the lower classes The purest is generally known as the BAD DIS e and best people are sometimes infected with this awful malady through handling the clothing drinking from the same vessels using the same toilet a little blister or sore then swelling in the articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons have contracted it It usually withI vho t the sores and ulcers appear in the mouth the throat becomes ulcerated the hair eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated copper colored splotches and pustular eruptions and nr s aooear upon different parts of breaks out ongroinS a ed eruption Tan years ago I contracted a bad case ofBlood Poison Iwas under treatment ofa physician untilIfoundthat he could do me no good Then began S S I commenced to improve at onco and in a very short time all evidence of the disease disappeared I took six and today am sound and well B M Wall Morriatown Tenn taking- S bottles the body and the poison even destroys loathsome disease and cures it even the if antidote for the powerful that pollutes the bones S S S is a Specific for this in worst forms is aI virus I Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will your children for it can be transmitted from parent to riiild S S S contains no mercury or potash the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon learn all about Contagious Poison If you want medical advice us a history of your case but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound Write for our free home treatment book and Blood give and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any charge whatever THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA V 4 For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk I Crop Gossip Etc J Clover Seed Wanted Highest price Banks Hudson 918tf ESTUAYED One dehorned brindle steer weight 800 Ibs mark of green paint on back between hips Will S Embry Lancaster Ky s25tf Clover Seed price Banks Hudson 918tf Twenty to forty bushels Bluegrass Seed for sale W B Denny Point Leavell o2tf The noted Hereford bull Crusader has been sold by Clem Graves of In liana to Edward F Hawkins of Earl Park Ind for 10000 The sheep and wool industry have promising future than in many months past It now looks like sheep were to become very profitable again Perhaps the tremendous losses of sheep in countries abroad has much to do with this The census of 1890 showed 4564641 farms in the United States of these 28 per cent were operated by tenants In 1900 the census shows that there were 5730657 farms and 353 per cent were operated by tenants showing that landlordism is on the increase While America can lay claim to developed the most remarkable breed of wool sheep that the world has ever known we must yield the palm to England for having produced the most remarkable type of mutton sheep Joe Hodges of Hiseville bought a weanling horse mule colt from Jerry Doles of Echo Metcalfe county Ky for 860 A bill is proposed to be introduced In the Now York legislature to tax every man who drinks intoxicants year for the privilege Such a law if it could be passed would fill the New York treasury to overflowing But the bill will not pass of course No danger of consumption if you use Foleys Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough C C J E Stormes of Harrodsburg sold Glave Goddard a team of 3yearold mules last week at 25750 Also a pair of same kind to Charlie Wortham at Mr Terhuue bought last week ten broke mules from Morris Farris for 675 Jeff ODaniel of Lebanon recently sold to Wakefleld Durrettof Bloom field Ky nine good mules for 60 a piece Reports of heavy damage to late corn by frosts on the 12th Inst comes from the Northwest Minnesota Iowa the Dakotas and all report a killing frost The frost was more damaging to corn in South Dakota than in any other state Tie thermometer registered as low as Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E Stormes im The following concerning the life of the farmer is true in every particular statement The farmer doesnt have to solicit patronage from any one He doesnt have to enter into competition and strife with any of his neighbors like a merchant he doesnt have to wrangle for a living like a lawyer he doesnt have to depend on his lions reluctantly doled out as credit f ors do in fact he can be the most in dependent man on Gods green earthif he manages his business in a busi ness like manner He has more time and opportunity for cultivating his mind he has fewer allurements for corrupting his morals and his occupa tion is more conducive to the highest development of his physical power than any other We often hear the complaint My Thisisis usually more the case with artifici daIly brooded chick than with those running with the hen Chickens should be kept growing from the day they are placed In the brooder until maturity without even one days set back This is not such a difficult matter but it must be thoroughly un derstood A recent census bulletin on dairy lug gives the number of milk in the United States in the year 19U is JC I market WantedHighest market a- more having 5 I W C Terhune 245 twoyear old Nebraska Colorado considerable 008 If 1 coil t a Mr no it p C of I a of R at 18112707 gallons of milk produced 7728853350 pounds of butter made 299006818 pounds of condensed milk produced 156921787 The aggregate value of the dairy products for the year was 590827154 The report states that concentration is the dairy business which Is leaving the farmers and taking up with the factories The amount in vested in butter and cheese factories and condensing plants is 30508013 And the number of concerns 9355 an average of 4000 capital for each Recommendation Hubble Sept 13 1902 We the undersigned have seen an Ideal Deering Corn Binder at work on 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 more corn than a man will cutting by hand and we take pleasure in recommending it to be all they claim for it Signed R A Sloan S P Weaver T C Rankin C Gover Robert Rankin Fred Yokey and J M Rankin s18tf A onesided quarrel never lasts long Men never get too old to acquire The Form Multitudes are singing the praises Kodol the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they eat by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good allover Mrs Cranfill of Troy I T writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspep sia which grew into the worst form Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am cured I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It digests what you eat 1m Many a man seemingly leads a use less life but he served a purpose as an example to others Natural Anxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children take cold so easily No disease costs more little lives than croup Its attack is so sudden that the sufferer is often human aid before the doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to One Minute Cough Cure the mucus allays inflammation re moves danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat and lung trouble F S McMahon Hampton Ga A bad cold rendered me voice less just before an oratorical contest intended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal If you are in the right keep a stiff upper lip and time and circumstances will prove it Out Or Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from severe stomach and liver trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durham N C Dr Kings New Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect heath Best pills on earth and only 25c at R E McRob erts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m The man who frankly admits that he doesnt knew prevents many use less arguments Look Out For Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by the system with Little Early Risers These famous little pills do not gripe They move the bowels gently but copiously and by reason of the tonic properties give tone and strength to the glands Diplomacy is the art of getting what you want by pretending you dont want it It Goes Bight to the Spot When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to thespot said an old man who was rubbing it in to cure his rheumatism C Smith Propr Smith House Ten aha Texas writes I have used Bal lards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to be throat and chest 25c 50c and 100 it B E McEobertsdruggist im 3 also revolutionizing concern L experience Worst entirely beyond cleansing DeWitts hid liesLiqur 8 of par of a if m in iu tr KT SCIIKO of GnlU Jiost OrHn OHM 1Iitnomviiuii c f titc The significance of a recent article the Atlantic by IJev Charles A insmore pastor of the Phillips church South Boston on Dantes Quest of Liberty is not only that it con firms the impression of Air Dinsmorcs gifts as an interpre ter of literature hut that it also calls upon the Christian public of today hold as clear and distinct in its consciousness as Dante had it in his a doctrine of expiation for sin and the punitive as well as the corrective quality of the penalties which follow sinThe article is significant too in it recognizes the Dantcan rather than the Christian conception of sin and its expiation which is dominant in the greatest works of modern While it may be useless as well as undesirable to expect that the Christian consciousness of today shall swing back to a concept of sin and its effects which will emphasize as exclusively as did the thought of the middle ages the punitive aspects penalty still it is possible that the church in recoiling from one extreme has gone too far to the other and that in dwelling justly on God the Father it has unduly dis God the Creator and The highest ideal of human certainly admits of both of punishment as docs the most scientific system of penal ad ministration Gladstone it will be recalled shortly before he died gave it as his opinion that the waning sense of sin was the most ominous phenomenon the lay and certainly he had much and we even data to furnish a basis for such a diag nosh of peril to society If of the path of letters men of culture and altruistic purpose an whether led by Dante thorne or Hardy be led to see the inevitableness of penalty and the agony of expiation the church should welcome that method of approach to great human eternal problem even though it he conscious that there are depths and weights of the matter which neither poet nor novel ist have touched For as Mr Dins more pithily puts it Mary Magfhi lene with her loving devotion to Christ walked in a better way than Heater Prynne PEARLPLATED BEESWAX SIN AS DANTE SAW IT The Interesting ItoKiilt of mi lxi er iiueut in Assisting the Mollusk The Smithsonian institution has re cently acquired the most remarkable artificial pearl in existence It is about iys inches in length oval and an exquisite pink in color it were not ilawed it would be worth an enormous sum but ever in its present condition it is priceless as a curiosity says the St Louis Ke publicThe pearl was made by introducing a ball of beeswax into the shell of a living fresh water mussel one of those bivalves common in many rivers of the United States which frequent thousands of dollars The nacre secreted by mollusks of this genus is pink often bordering on salmon and the pearls obtained from them are among the most beautiful the world The ball of wax was placed near the hinge of the bivalve which being kept in a tank of fresh water was carefully watched Under of course a mollusk tries to protect itself from irritation by covering the foreign object with a smooth coating of pearl stun the same material as that which it uses for lining its own shell This is exactly wlat the mussel did the case described and the result was an enormous pearl Owing to pressure however the waxen ball lost its spherical shape and the pearl became oval in form At the end of two years the mussel was taken out of the tank and opened for the purpose of removing the pearl which was given together with the bivalve which produced it to the Smithsonian institution Contraction of the waxen core due to dryness caused it to crack This misfortune while destroying Its commercial value made it possible to observe the thickness of the coat which is somewhat greater than that of a sheet of ordinary let ter paper PRIVILEGES OF DIPLOMATS The recent arrest of a dipolmats son for larceny and his subsequent as a matter of international courtesy brings to the front one of the medieval customs that have to this day Outside of the Dis of Columbia such an incident ex cites curiosity and also some adverse commentAt however people are accustomed to recognizing diplomats as above the law Their carriages for instance are entitled to although they do not always take the right of way Few if any of the ministers abuse their privileges Commenting on the subject a lawyer said to a New York Times reporter There is no more reason in this age of rapid transit and instantaneous communication around the earth for making a diplomat exempt from the operation of criminal law than there would be in granting the same sort of indulgence to those of our own who have red hair Two or three hundred age there was some sense in the interna tion law which holds an ambassadoi or plenipotentiary sacred They were far away from their home with which they could communicate only at long intervals They represented their respective governments absolutely and were compelled to act wholly upon their own responsibility Such of course not case now The min ister generallyspeaking now simply out the cabled instructions of government If arrested for crime into prison or even executed is doubtful if the interests of those whom he represents would particular ly suffer e Vftnln the n1 in Congregational to that fiction fatherhood concepts r moresocial therefore byway inform producing suchcircum tances nacreous discharge survived citizens is the Fro M ca y testant aged 1iu1 iTIn any ict years s rown Kenortcrs are often attiv and more gifted with an itivtinet fndetail than the oflicers says Charles K innncll in Atlantic Together they make a formidable combination nut they are often divided in opinion and yet in their sympathies like the average citizen are more apt to pity the prisoner if for nothing else for the very reason that the police are down upon him It is an ambition of reporters to more facts than the police Newspapers print news from a friends as readily as news from his prosecutors Nevertheless they spread abroad the charge against It suspected person more than he or his friends wish Since the newspapers begin long a trial to work up a popular in all the persons concerned the results cannot be other than an exaggeration of the importance to the public of what stimulates and gratifies curiosity whether or not it affects the question of the prisoners AUVKllTIMKI LKTTIilCN Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed weekending Oct 2nd 1902 Miss Lizzie Bridges Carrie Dulinz Mrs Mitt Fox W T JIujjlis CLas well Mrs Eilie Meadows Miss Minnie Smith R Tinnell If called for say advertised Win West P M PUBLIC SALE OF A FINE FARM Stock Crop c On account of intended change of residence I will olTcr at pulic sale Saturday Oct 11th 1902 at 10 oclock sharp my Blue Grass Farm ot 100 acres Lincoln county on Lincoln nd hone turnpike two taut a half miles from City and five miles from Danville Schools and convenient The farm is well improved and ha on it a OCO residence modern conveniences all necessary outbuildings On the are trees to fence It 300 acre farm Splendid orchard und water in every lirld amount of land adopted to the growing of hemp At same and will sell consisting of cattle horses mules hogs also crop extra milk cons will be sold Among other things are brood mareso mules geldings good work horses fut hogs stock 10 acres corn in shock mitiet hay ber cattle MO locust posts farming implements and household goods Adjoining this farm are M acres which can purchased and the two combined would make a most desirable farm Terms liberal and made known of day of sale O K EXGLKMAX T D English Auct Shelby City Ky EXECUTORS SALEm OF SHORTHORN CATTLE THURSDAY OCT 1 1002 On the above date at Tnttersalls sale burn Lexington at 1 p m the undersigned as of the late C J Fitch sell to the highest bidder the entire CliiTland Herd of Short horns Young Mary Young Phylrss undHosc of Sharon For catalogues address J NORTON FITCH Exr Hanly Jessamine County Ky Auctioneer J B Chambers Wilmore IJ F it Isaac Yanmet er will sell their entire herd of Shorthorns near Winchester Ky Commissioners Public Sale BOYLE CIRCUIT COUli Elizcleth A Toinlinsous Adiur Ac ITffs- vs Eliznbath A Tomliwsons Heirs Ac Dcfts By virtue of a judgment of the Boyle Circuit Court in case rendered at the September Term 1002 1 will On Saturday Oct 1 1902 at 11 oclock AM or thereabouts sell to the highest slut best bidder at public outcry at the welling house on the premises the following real estate That certain TRACT OF LAND In Garrard county Ky belonging to Elizabeth A Tomlinsou decd at her death and lying about 2 miles west of Brynntsville Ky on ishers Ford pike and bounded ns follows Beginning at beech stump at turn of road to I M Dunn thence with center of said ishers Ford road X 75 E 5MOO poles to stake on the South side of said road corner to Swope in line to Yeager thence Swopes lineNT 112 92100 poles to center of Scotts branch thence down same S S C poles SS5J1 W 30 poles N 48 W 2S poles to stake on Xorth side of creek thence S W 14 poles S 55 W 14 50 100 poles N 28 31 V 20 poles S WiM poles N 70 W 51 poles X 35J4 W 38 poles N 25 W 12 poles to a sycamore on north creek to Bowling thence S 3U W 251 poles to center Fishers Ford pike thence with center of same S 58 E S5 poles S ti5 E 102 poles thence with dirt road N 1 V 15 72100 poles to and containing 2i AGUES 2 ROODS 1C 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 mono ey and the boundaries of tbe three separate parcels will be given at the time of sale The first parcel contains 92 acres ll poles The second parcel contains 131 acres 2 roods and 28 poles The third parcel contains C9 acres 3 roods and 11 poles TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of G and 12 mouths 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 from date at C per cent per an num until paid and with lien retained on property as additional security for payment thereof Master Comr Boyle Circuit Court Gilbert to Take the Stump The lIon George G Gilbert nominee for Congress in the Eighth district has made the follow speaking appointments 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 ic e unearth prisoners before interest gui L T l I executor h- On We Oct 8 OF Count farm a oest led corner OS W 82 4 57 f side of corner beginning FOX Democratic In Rep Cil sto a F tore oft ener orters I rout tutu 1 lnesday c11isC g OU1 of is S Notes t3 Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Kssssaa Lee Turner will not be allowed to show in the mountain towns J P Miller charged wIth was dismissed at Hopkins villcMeCluins store at Elk Petit was robbed of i00 worth of goods and SO n cashJohn G Carlisle will attend the Democratic convention uti Saratoga as a Tammany delegate Luther Porter makes a sensational statement concerning his forcible to the pestiliouse in Bowling Ore 311 The tailors strike in Louisville is still on The merchunt tailors say there is no interruption in their A Kansas City elevator carrying twentyfive passengers fell three injuring a dozen girls one Riotous students of the University California took possession of a train and demolished its furnishings One under arrest on a felony charge President Tebeau says Louisville is second in the pennant race and he will make no protest though he says the Colonels were jebbedont of the pennant President Mitchell of the United Mine Workers declares that among the strikers is due to out breaks bvr individuals and not to a concerted move A little child of W S Henderson of Christian county died from the of a blood vessel caused by being accidentally hanged in falling from a swing Frank McKee a guest at a banquet given by the proprietor of the Golden Eagle Hotel Washington quarreled with his host over his attention to the latters wife and early next wrecked the hotel with killed himself The 5JIK Kveiit- jSo event that takes place upon Ken tucky soil so deserves the patronage of Kentuckians as this trotting It has made the State fame it has widened the mark et for the industry it brings more capital within its borders in ten days than any other industry The meeting this fall will surpass predecessors and the high order of sport demands the most liberal pat ronage ever accorded The annual meeting will be held at Lexington Oct Tth to 17th inclusive The City Liable The Court of Appeals decides that a city is liable for personal injuries from its negligent failure to see that a sidewalk is kept in repair though the dangerous condition was created by the abutting he is jointly liable Kodoi Dyspepsia Digests what you eat MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Tln By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined his wonderful medicine posiiiveb ures Consumption Colds 3ronchits Asthma Pneumonia LGrppo HoarsRness sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE Pries 50c 1 Trial Bottle Free FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOfVSEfy r 6 Ne I Nost Importmt Evcnb otIhe Day BoiIid DOW 11 I counterfeiting I I i I removal business stories lawlessness rupture morning meeting worldwide Statesgreatest resulting lotowner and Cure Co Ha v 8 t iERCE S R I an it T General 5rnmar sonly dynamited all- s FOIL g LOCAL TIMETABLES Southbud Mixed leaves Lancaster 11 05 A M Xorthbud Mixed ji Northbnd Passgr Queen Crescent Time Card Q C PASSES DANVILLK NORTH BOtND 0NumberNumber 4 Daily Does Xot 35CuxnNumbers stops when flagged m vNumber 1 stop ut Dauvllle but doesstop at 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St Phones 202 r diigo3 Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kemtcky V thousand may have the oppor to indulge tier taste k r outdoor The uinc thousand nine bun J tr fBI an I i sports G3 Lu tL jtW3t Aetna QueenPalatine National Hartford Conueticut German American riienix JJroolvlji- i3lhvuukee 3IereIuints Xew York Underwriters Liverpool London A Globe North British 3IerclantiIe iiI GE- RepreSntiH win COlllDaifi8 or AetlI Life 11 en gf HartfordJConn iNtwjhDI A Iil I f K 5KiX x S LKWJS Y j ROIIINSOX President Vice Prest ORGANIZED 88- jTfie gmzERi NATIONAL BANK Of ZAlTCASTJiK KY CAPITAL SSOOQO SCUlLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O Asst CashT C D WAUCJK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Lcavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 4 W bi LR YELL S i i RIG m I r A q ox i4i i4 ii Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompson store n First Class Ininting ORNAMENTAL experience PAINTING and nmetymae r remain shut in k a there is no escape It is these shutin women suffer most from diseases and who when they are cnred and made strong by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescriptioa j are eager to point the way of health U some other sufferer j I do not wonder that you call yuan wdicine the Favorite Prescription after Use j help it has been to me Bertha Ebhets Treasurer Young Peoples Society of Christnil Ewlearor teriait at 1600 East oth Vive Kansas City ilo Was so weak an rick I could my had having cor stant backache lieatlachc Two bottles of Dr Pierces maie me a well woman and since then it has Fa vorite Prescription too Have advised a my friends who were suffering to use it and havt bern gratified that it has helped al rcuhont exception Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weakening and cures female weakness It is unequaled as a tonic for rundown wornout women Weak and are invited private and sacredly confidential Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y c I L sort of t1a1 rom which who womanly Iiss J Ins J Church raise ansi nedh nuv I drains heals inflammation and ulceration sickwomen freeAll it othtrs y1x slavery C inc been Address Is BEAZ c ZDE2STTIST virRr Khuiain oi poOII1CC liurriu Dituvillo street E KOlilXSOX Attorney At Law LANCASTER Ky MOtley to loan at 5 per cent on real Notice To Creditors AH baring claims asainst oswfci ot A J Rice deceased will presurt same properly proTeii to the nnl TslK mr rtt toriiey J H Koliinsou at Laiiuuster Ky a or before October lath ISWi Geo T Hiseinliotlmm Jll Jess C Fox j J estate mortgages roll the or Sri Site Prvsitriuu The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird OS S O S O O 3 O O 5 S S O 000000000000000 0000000000000000 0T493 Q 0 2 o o 0co 2 2 O T0Ijon IThey constipationby but regular action cannot be secured until secretes enough bile to make the mtesJines execute natural functions sS ural agitation caused cathartics compels r and increasing doses to Kg f attain results the liver acts on the 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 ea Daunt l Id WI Jt4 liver c voi LI