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AL RECORDTniRTEEXTIl LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCT 9 1902 THETEAR NUMII1l28 f Superior o I Wheat I 0or1 o e All sold by o J R Haselden j OOOGA30 P00000000 3 a o a 0 Drills o o o o 0 O e- o 40404040404040404090 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY GO We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law 0s Life insurance policies bought 0 J for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward o f R 2 04040904090409090409 Q 0 Q X040 04040 Items of Local Interest Glf APIS VIMS TKIUG11AMS Several Smooth Coon Would Work a Rabbits Foot Rut Scheme Full Some of our weakkneed citizens were consderably crestfallen Satur day after reading a windy article pub lished in the stating the Lancaster loses and giving an alleged statement from Supt Spencer in which that gentleman was made to say that our town had no proposi tion before him Before reading a dozen lines of the article the of our beloved sister city of Danville could be seen In the first place Mr Spencer was in New York City all of last week and in thesecond place Lancasters proposition was the first to be tiled in the case Of course we dont knowbut we wonder if there is such a thing as subscribers to the Danville fund being loth to tie up their money for six months or a year until they know the road is going to be built to that city Wonder if the Danville hustlers are meeting with any delay in payment of suuscriptions But thats our business What we are here to do is loot after the in terests of Garrard county and we think we have kept our readers pretty well posted on events in this case Such a thing as laying a trap for a newspaper reporter has frequently been done but we will not say it was in the Courier Journal case Saturday Our sister city has had a pretty strong pull and for this reason she has received more encouragement than she would receive under ordinary cir cumstances But its no use talking on this line further We are going to get that road and it is not going to be long before the question will be settled Rev C M Chumbley is conducting a meeting at Scotts Fork this week but will lill his pulpit here Sunday An excursion will be run from to Louisville Sunday morning by colored people A coach for white people will be attached Fare 150 DanvIIlet Idea of Lancaster Danville the building of the hotel recently destroyed by tire at Lancaster is a specimen of its push and enterprise we fail to see how it will exert any influence toward secur ing the Southern Railway extension from Danville Tux RECOKD Unite will soon get out a new telephone card So many new phones have been put in that the card will have to be made much larger earmarks none of Lancaster CourierIf Couricr Journal LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER Fall and Winter OPENING OF Cloaks and Furs Saturday and Monday Oct 1 1 and 1 3 LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER l ti t x r 4 5 A Hot Race The colored people had an exciting race for school trustee Saturday Dan Bogie was declared the winner over John Harris Wagons and buggies were kept busy hauling voters to the polls Before finding fault with the lights suppose you put in some news lamps The lamps are not ex pected to burn always so put in new ones at least every ten years and you will hind the fault is all your own If the Southern should be built to Danville we know of a party who would at once take steps to construct an electric road from here to that city Then where would Lancaster merchants be Answer says in the soup soup soup The Fourth annual meeting of the Kentucky Independent Telephone As sociation will be held in Louisville on October 28th and 29 Mi 1902 The In dependents have made wonderful pro gross in the State during the past year Their Louisville meeting will be largely attended C E Topics The topics for discussion by the Christian Endeavor this month are as follows Oct 12 Fruitful or Fruit less Leader Mr Ross Bastin Oct 19 Self Mastery leader Miss Lizzie Brown Oct 25 Treating a Gracious Invitation lightly leader Miss Allie Arnold Services begin promptly at i30and a cordial invitation is extend ed to all to be present Lost 30055 Mr II M Ballou our popular mer chant made an order for 30055 worth of queensware from Ilollorey and Reese of Indianoplis and now the news comes that the goods are lost We hope they will turn up all right as Mr Ballou expected to serve his many patrons with one of the most beauti ful and artistic Xn as displays of queensware ever made in Lancaster Easy to Answer Whats the use asks Editor Val ton of the Lexington Democrat of people straining themselves to get rich get no pleasure out of life and then die and go to the devil The answer to that is easy The being who makes the toil and struggle for money and property the sole purpose of life is not lit to live in this world and there will be a fearful reckoning for him in the life to come devil or no no devil Cynthiana Times Straight Tips In front of II T Logans clothing store hangs a long piece of Over this is a placard The Latest Railroad News On the grape vine are the various articles recently published by some newspapcrsstating that Lancaster Loses etc Other messages from President Spencer- go to show that Lancaster is really not on the map This is a correct sizingup of the situation from some folks point of view Against Depot Loafers lounge around depots to know that in reversing a damage suit against the Illinois Central Railroad Company for an assault upon a man and his wife while waiting for a train at Central City the Appellate Court says At such stations the railroad is only re quired to have its waiting room open thirty minutes before train time and is not required to furnish an inn for persons to go there hours before the train is due to arrive Killed by Tralu Bob Hopkins a colored hempbreak er who has worked around Lancaster for several years was killed by No 4 train at Silver Creek Sunday morning The train was carrying the 150 Sunnay excursionists and as they had many extra coaches it was necessary to double the Morons Summit hill When the train pulled out of the siding Hopkins was caught between the high platform and coach Passengers should always remember that it is the proper thing to ride on the steps Dont stay in the coach but jump on and off the steps In this way you are certain to get hurt and can then sue the company An Honest Confession Last week the editor and his better ninetenths went down to see the pro duction of Ben Hur at the elegant new Grand theatre Cincinnati The play was certainly magnificent at least thats what every body said and the three hours we sat squeezed like a in a box will always be re membered with much pleasure Yes we appreciated the opportunity of seeing this great play But they say an honest confession is good for the soul so here goes We attended the Ben Hur matinee That night some friends called upon our wife and we stole away and hied unto the Wal nut Street theatre where the play Puddin Head Wilson was being given Did we enjoy it Well sure quite sure We didnt know what Ben Hur was trying to do but our friend Puddin talked United States and we could understand he said Now there are some people who will say we had bad taste but if they will make an honest confession they will say just like we do that a good laugh is worth all the highfalutin highpriced tomfoolery this side of kingdom come electric manytrifling II passenger sardine grapevine what w Mrs Mary Fox has bought the resi dence of Dr Evans on Richmond Street and will run a boarding house A very important meeting of the Masonic lodge will be held Tuesday night and member is urged to j be present 1O54 Feet Above The party of Geological Surveyors which have been working in Garrard for some time were in town for sev oral days and signs and markers stuck on every telephone pole and fence post within the limits Friday they placed a curious con traption in the stone steps at the courthouse A hole was drilled into the stone and the marker tamped and cemented therein Among the in scriptions is one stating that is exactly 1054 feet above sea level Another is that your Uncle Sam will line any one disturbing the affair the small sum of 250 One of the surveyors said Lancaster is about 250 feet higher than Lexington Not too Drunk to Tell the Truth A drunken man staggered into a church one Sunday and sat down in pew of one of the deacons The preacher was discoursing about preva lent popular vices Soon he exclaim ed Where is the drunkard The drunken man was just f r enough gone to think tne call personal so ris ing heavily replied Here I am and remained standing while the character and fate was eloquent ly portrayed A few minutes later the preacher reached another head of his discourse and asked Where is the hypocrite Gently nudging his neighbor the drunkard said in an audible tone Stand up deacon he means you this time Stand up and take it like a man just as I did It will do you good Handsome Ruildlux The Presbyterian parsonage will soon be ready for occupancy and is one of the best houses in town Every convenience is at hand the rooms large and well ventilated and the building made in the best possible manner There is a tablet in the trout giving date and bearing the The McKee latter showing that the house is in memory of the lamented Dr J L McKee Dr McKee secured the superintended the drawings of the plans and when suggested a few changes Squire Kinnaird quickly replied No sir Dr McKee wanted ft made like the plans and every detail is to be just as he wanted it That house is built as a monument to him and shows in an humble way the high and love we all bore for him Millinery Opening There were lively times in the local millinery stores Saturday afternoon each being crowded with ladies who had come in to attend the openings of fall and winter headgear Each the local stores strive to out do former openings and this year they have certainly succeeded When you get the dear women to agree on any thing you know good ground for that thing to be and each and every one said they had never seen the equal of the dis plays Each store was prettily and to attempt a description of each and do justice would take more space than we can spare this issue Before making your purchases we would advise you to take a look and if you cant find what you want here you are certainly hard to please Dr Burtons Lecture Oct 15th Dr Bartons lecture promises to be come of unusual and instructive inter est Having recently returned from an extended trip abroad including Palestine the lecture will also have the additionally attractive feature of illustration with the magic lantern also participation by some of the young ladies and gentlemen of Lan caster in costume tableau to repre sent events and ceremonies as exist ing at present among present inhabit ants of the Holy Land As student and observer in foreign travel few men rank higher than Dr Barton on the lecture platform of the nation A special and superior occasion is given our people in the combination of entertainment with valuable in struction The lecture will be given at court house Tickets will be on sale with reserved seats at Admission 25 and 15 cents Fbyalclclana Take Steps The physicians of Lancaster have been annoyed and harrassed many years by persons asking for for whisky and have without compensation and subject to indict ment written them contrary to law Said physicians have grown tired of subjecting themselves to indictment and punishment for doing lawless acts free of charge they therefore at a meeting held at Dr Burnett s office resolved 1 Not to write prescriptions for any kind of liquors unless paid fifty cents 50 to one dollar 100 2 That no such prescription be written until the patient has been ex amined and found to need stimulants Sept 20th 1902 H C Herring H M Grant William Burnett- J B Kinnaird every the drunkards modern entire Parsonage- the and someone esteem season there correct Saturday decorated happy drugstores prescriptions H G have little Lancaster inscription subscriptions followed i Thats What It Will Do Advocate It is believed that the survey to straighten the line of the Louisville Southern through Harrods burg preparatory to the extension to Danville will also lead ultimately to the straightening of Lancesters vis ion regarding projected railroad lines McKee Withdraws Mr Robert G McKee of Danville has withdraws from the race for nomination for attorney He has many friends and a number of relatives in Garrard His card is as follows 1 had intended to make the race fur the nomination for the office of Commonwealths Attorney in this but private matters are now such that it will be an meat this time to make an active Therefore J feel to withdraw from the race In this connection I will say that all my late opponents are both worthy and capable and anyone of them should carry the Democratic victory and acceptably fulfill the duties of the office I wish to thank my friends for their kind offers of support in the race and ask them to support the nominee of the party whomsoever he may be RespectfullyROBERT MCKEE A New Departure We are all painfully aware of the annoyance occasioned by hotel bl inging you what you didnt and vice versa At the Palace Hotel Cincinnatis leading and most popular hostlery Manager Maxwell has devised a way to avoid this and the plan is attracting attention the country When you enter the dining room you are given the printed bill of fare You take this select what you want and make a check mark by each dish wanted there being room for remarks as to how you want your steak eggs etc cooked The waiter reads it over carefully and you give him all the de tails When he brings your order he also brings back your bill of fare and there you have everything just as you ordered it This saves no end of con fusion and takes off the poor waiter the responsibility of fifty or sixty dishes which a full of people think he should Mr is the best and most accommodating landlord in and is ever on the alert for that which will add to the comfort of his guests The bill of fare checking plan is certainly a winner and is much favorable comment by the guests of the Palace democratic Commonwealths impossibility- for constrained banner- to waiters order pencil remembering- some table remember Maxwell Cincinnati receiving district canvass allover Mr J S Crutcher has bought the interest of his partner Cy Douglass in the large furnishing house In Rich mond and will run a strictly upto theminute establishment Mr Csmany Lancaster friends wish him un bounded success Meeting at Baelteye Revs J E Bruce and J E Wool ford are conducting a revival at Buck eye and we understand are meeting with much success Mr Woolford will fill his pulpit in Lancaster as usual Sunday On Saturday afternoon Oct llth there will be a meeting of the county officers and executive committee at the Presbyterian church All Sunday School workers both in the town and county are invited to be present Please be on hand at 2 p m sharp Pleasant Entertainment The entertainment given at the Presbyterian church Friday was indeed The exercises were entertaining throughout and showed careful preparation and work The refreshments were delightful and the large assemblage dispersed feeling that it was good to have been there The music was especially fine A K Lackey Sale Richmond Register The sale of the property of A K Lackey deceased was held Wednes day October 1st on the farm about four miles from Paint Lick A large crowd was on hand and the bidding was lively Mule colts sold at 40 and young mules at 126 per head cows 18 to 50 and calves 15 up 2year old feeders 53 per head yearling heifers 20 to 35 one hull calf 28 shoats 580 stock hogs 1950 and some extra fat hogs 23 Corn 170 in the field Farming implements all brought good prices as well as the household goods Nearly all of the old furniture which was old time ma hogany was bought in by members of the family A piece of furniture which attracted special attention was an old grandpas click which has been in the family for 120 years during which it has kept excellent time and is in perfect condition today The clock was brought to this county by Capt John Miller who was the of Richmond The clock tells the year the month and the moon as well as the time of day and is one of the handsomest of its kind ever seen in these parts Mr Tom Lackey bought it at 60 The land consisting of 220 acres will be sold in December The Lexington trots are on this week The railroads are giving low rates enjoyable administrators founder ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge I am a candidate for the Democratic norm nation for the Judgeship of theJ3tb Judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLET For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chas A Hardin as a candidate before the Democratic party aa Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hcn W C Bell as a candidate before the Democratic par ty for Circuit Judge of this the Thirteeth Ju dlciaial District The Masonic Lodge meets Tuesday night Lay in your coal Its climbing higher every day Many of the oldest inhabitants say we will have a severe winter Several old soldiers from this locali ty are attending the meeting of the G A R in Washington If Danville wants a railroad she had better go on up to Richmond and get one for she is barking up the wrong tree when she tackles Lancaster Eh Eph They are Hustlers The Danville gentlemen who are pulling for the railroad are truly hustlers and we admire their pluck but dear sirs improve that quality of grape vine if you want your tele grams to count a poor article New Idea Woman Magazine The forthcoming November number of the New Idea Womans Magazine will afford entertaining and profitable reading for women in all classes and conditions of life It will be tinged naturallywith the Thanksgiving idea but will cover the ground of womans needs A novel feature will be the first of a series of bright letters from an English womans pen under the caption of The Journal of a London Woman Dressing the Bride will set forth a new occupation for women and there will be half a dazen good stories by the cleverest writers Au tumn Novelties will illustrate the newest departure in fancy work and in Good Housekeeping excellent menus for Thanksgiving dinners will prove helpful and suggestive Hyacinths Narcissus Crocus and other flowering plants at Thompsons New stock school Speakers and at Thompsons ItS Dialogues wiffwmmwwwnrttwwitnffwiffiffnf mmmmmim Buell Bootees S S S S E Honest Mike Boots and Shoes Ladies Fine Footwear In all tile New Styles anti Shapes E IE I t I jIlTT rr I I I I EIE E E E E e I ilrnT E t a e r i r l The moWer er 0 a one price Clotll 3 k ft T Logan aE I IWi I- UUM1IW y On Account of SATURDAY OCTO For this reason we postpone our opening of CLOAKS and FURS until SATURDAY the 18th at which time An EXPERT From One of The Largest Houses in The East Will be Hereto try them on you and if you desire will take your measure for a MADETOMEASURE cloak without EXTRA COST WE HAVE A Beautiful Line of Cloaks and Fiirs you will do well to wait for usx iJ fl 7rJ 7 w i g 10r S10 01 JX l JJ i0YtillllJijJiJfJjfjjJJlilli1 GCP fiJ Ef8 i e iE ib r r m Cv b q J r e J d I oil FE liJ 1b II L 9 0 s 2 8 any J 8 Jn ftj Jt13 8 wm 01 tJ fF1 1t ii Xfj i v J t N liOLt our 1core w uI zIIIL 6v pe f jt1 ds rreA DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE m SURRIES jJti BUGGIES 11 mPIIMfONS 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 i rn fjj WAGON GEAR BREECHING TRACES COLLARS c fjj IDELMORE t Iii m fii m mf ii ROMANS Ire CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at SccondClats Vail Matter Lancaster Ky Oct 9 1902 BETTIS Most every child and some old per sons in this vicinity are victums of whooping cough The men are all busy sowing wheat and making sorgum The Pleasant Hill school house is being painted which was badly needed Mr West Sutton sold a bunch of 900 hundred lbs steers to Mr Will Cook 4centsMiss Bourne visited her Cousin Aggie Bourne Saturday night and Sun day Mr and Mrs Taylor House of Sweeny visited her mother Sunday Mr John Uuderwood and wife of were visitors here Sunday Mr Frank Bourne went to Richmond court Monday Mr Bertran Sprat will have his sale on Saturday Oct 18 instead of Friday Oct 17 Mr James Thompson of this place and Miss Susie Anderson of Hubble were quitely at the home of Rev Woolford on Sept 30 They were then driven to the grooms mother where a bountiful supper was spread The attendants were Mr West Bourne and Miss Annie Yeakey Mr Frank Ross and Miss Kate Blank The Sunday school here clos ed Sunday afternoon by a few farewell addresses by Bro Marksbury W M Pope Ruth Uuderwood and Birdie Bourne The Sunday school was en joyed by both old and young and es pecially the music which was rendered by the Organist Miss Ella May Ball LANDRAM Hubble married BUCKEYE Mr Wm Carter sold his farm near this place to Allen Dean for 2500 Virgil Weaver bought a house and 16 acres of land near Gunns Chapel from Irvin Simpson for 8800 Wm Carter bought Wm Walls farm P M Weaver will deal in bees Jim Nave sold his farm to Rev Broaddus for 4040 118 acres Jim Roop has rented Alex Miles property known as the homestead Harmon to Alex Walker a butch of cattle at 3 and 3 c per lb Mrs Nellie Harden who has under gone an operation at Norton at Louisville is improving rapidly Mrs Allen Ray of Bryantsville her grand children Ethel and Clarence McCullough this week Jim Miller sold 7 yearlidg cattle to J C Fox for 4 cts W H Furr bought 4 sheep from Rice Fox for 700 Mose Lawson sold yearling steers to J C Fox for 4 cts W H Furr sold a milkcow to Faystle Chadwell for 3000 swapped a spanof mules to J 3 Fox for two young mules and 6500- I Faulkner Barnes started to Illinois last Tuesday to seek a location Jim Navlor and family started to Oklahoma last Tuesday Rev Ira Partm and wife are visiting in Bell County Mrs Jas Underwood of Parksville is visiting her daughter Mrs M A Archer I Teater sold Infirmary vis- Ited W H Furr FLAT WOODS 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 Ircill 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 to Mason Hotel Stanford street Kentucky JNO N C IJ 0 Ec goodwill Lancaster p MANSE The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet Friday the 10thRev T T Roberts of Lexington will fill Fairview next Sun will henceforth preach on the first and third Sundays Mrs J D Chorn of Fayette Mo who has been with her sister Mrs Ollie Terriil for several weeks has returned to her home accompanied by her nephew Henry Terrill who will make an extended visit there Mr Clell Terrill returned home from Montana Thursday where he has been for several months The Teachers Association will meet at Cartersville Saturday Oct 19th The exercises will be held in the fore noon at Carters Chapel and lunch will be served The afternoon will be spent chestnuts and viewing the beautiful mountain scenery one is cordially invited to come and bring a basket of dinner Mr Dave Dunn and wife and prett baby have been the guests of Mr Dunn and family Miss Sue Ills gins attended the teachers association at Pleasant Grove last week STONY POINT Delayed Letter Mr John Tatums family are still critically ill of malarial fever Nearly all of the schools about here have been suspended on account of scarlet fever bat the one at this place continues although there is a slight decrease in attendance sicknessThere a dinner at Mr Charles Lees Sunday to celebrate the 83rd birthday of Mrs Gastineau mother of Mrs Lee Messrs John and Chrisley Gastineau There was an abundance of good things to eat and an time is reported Miss Ilalline Arnold has returned to Paris after spending her summers vacation with her parents Madam Rumor says there will be a wedding la this neighborhood soon but as the contracting parties are both former pupils of Stony Point I will not tell tales out of school Miss Jennie Hill who has been visiting relatives near here returned to her home at Berea Saturday accompanied by Miss Nannie Rogers and brother Sullivan and Redman of Danville and who have been visiting Miss Agnes Donahue have returned to their homes MT HEBRON Dennie Scott sold some hogs to Curt Robinson at C cents per pound The smalll pox case in this locality is about over and the result was that the victims only had a light case of chicken pox N T Grow bought one sow of Will Paris price 15 Sorghum making is the latest thing in this section- A series of meetings will begin at this place the fourth Sunday in this month conducted by Rev Moore of Ripley ville and the pastor Rev J I WillsThe trustees election at Sunnyside was a very quiet affair John Van derpool was elected withoutopposition Miss A E Scott began school Monday after a suspension of five weeks on ac count of sickness Mr Hiram Bruce and family of Elkhorn Fayette county are visiting relatives in this locality Mr Philip day A number of Masons of this community attended the Masonic lodge in Jessamine Saturday Several from here were at the teachers association at Pleasant Grove Saturday Miss Eva Allen was the guest of Miss Hattie Duncan Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Grow spent a part of last week with relatives near Judson Mesdames Alice Scott and Mary Hutchinson of Buena Vista spent Thursday with the formers sister Mrs Steven Vanderpool It is odd but true that most cane isin cities Some people are never more serious they try to act funny J I I his pulpit at dayhe hunting Every Jesse owing enjoyable Cincinnati visitedafter- noon I Peach ie LOWELL Mr J M Meadows has just returned home from the city and has a complete line of dry goods and general mer chandise which he is selling at rock bottom prices Mr Fado Parks moved to this place last week and will live here until the first of the year then he will build near here The infant babe of Richard Brown died Sunday morning and was buried at Lancaster Cemetery Monday Mr W M Hurt returned home from Bourbon county last week where he and his wife have been visiting friends and relatives Thomas McRoberts of Anderson Indiana is visiting Ins sister Mrs Belle Henderson Mike Hurt has accepted a position as clerk with J M Meadows Mike is a good boy and wo wish him success Mr James Parks is very sick at this wri ting with fever Ponder Single ton of Lincoln moved their saw mill here last week where they have sego tract to saw three hundred thousand feet of lumber for S II Blount The saw mill will be some improvement to Lowell PJIEACHEUSYILLE J L Kennedy will soon have his new house completed G W Kings sale will be the 13th B Ragan bought a horse from Milt Estis for 70 and one from J F Cook for 845 J C Fox bought some lambs from G W Spangler for 4i cents J M Cress sold some nice hogs to the Buckeye Mill Go at Ci cents Mr Gose bought lJ hogs from Wit Sprinkles 11 from W II Brown and G from Walter Pettus at i gents M F Boler bought 90 acres of land at Teatersville at per acre A J Thompson bought 50 barrels of perbarrelW P Grimes sold about 40 yearling steers to Curt Robinson for 4c Jno W Cummins bought a heifer from Fort Cook for 812 Mrs Payne continues in poor health Dave Thompson and wife have been friends in Rcckcastle county for a few days Samp Cummins has been visiting relatives in Garrard county Mr and Mrs G W King gave an entertainment to the young people last week which was highly enjoyed by all present Miss Maldie Smith is on the sick list this week Miss Sallie Cade who for sometime has been sick with fever is Mr Cassius Van Winkle our has moved into the house vacated by Bill Lucas Your compositor the devil or else made me say last week that J S Rutherford sold his home for 45 50 when it should have read S450 Lick him for us please Mrs Sarah MoNew who has been sick for some time is improving butvery slowly diet however that he will eat Christ mas turkey in Kentucky again next year Educational enthusiasm is running so high in our town that no trustee election was held here Saturday What sort of oath did you take Mr Rev J L Sturgell is expected to preach at the M E church here next Friday night Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night and probably ex C C McWhorter weighed up a nice bunch of hogs a few days ago at Gic and also agreed to feed them a month longer for cents per pound for the increase of the one month Mothers Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Itis the chilarens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their fgod does them good and they grow up healthy and strong 25c at R E Mc Roberts druggist im I I I V 5 visitin Ir convalesc- Ing blacksmith recently someone preparatory Chairman following 4 I I ins I IlALL ICL ION f BUENA VISTA Delayed Letter G IT Ruble took 200 lambs to last week John Duncan sold a cow and calf to James Ellis for 30 Chas Robinson sold to V P Ruble 2 sows and 12 shoats for S100 Wm Glass sold three steers to Jas Walters of Mercer for 3c Rev C Ovcrstrect who will proba bly take charge of the Presbyterian church here preached his first sermon here Sunday afternoon J B Ruble sold six hogs to James Walters at Gic II Smith to Curd butcher of Burgin two heifers at 3Jc Will Scott 40 hogs at 8640 to James Vols Hollis Ransdell has rented his farm to Frank Stewart and gone to Rich mond to work in the cooper shop Ile will move his family to that city in a few weeks The Death Angel has again been in our midst and taken from us our friend and neighbor Mrs John Dun can She was Henrietta Harris born March 10 1830 In early life she uni ted with the Christian church She had lived happily with her husband for nearly tifty years She was a de voted mother and faithful wife She leaves an aged husband and six chil drch to mourn These have the sym pathy of a host of friends Interment at Presbyterian church Jeorge Perkins of Middlesboro ac companied by Miss Maud Moore of near Danville visited relatives here last week Herman Barnett and boy have had scarlet fever but not severely Mrs Wm Cook of Lexing ton is visiting relatives here Mis Sarah Spoonamore returned Sunday from a visit to her daughter in Rich mond Eb Dickerson of Buckeye visited his grandmother Sunday Win Baker and wife from near Ver sailles visited Mrs Bakers parents Mr and Mrs J B Robinson Saturday and Sunday II J Tomlinson visited relatives in Lexington Sunday The Lancaster Record says it is still ready to put up its stack of blue chips on Lancasters getting the railroad Now if that stack amounts to 25000 and if it wasnt for the blue nose and cold feet Presbyterianism of Dan ville in other words if there be awakened enough sporting blood among the roundheads of this city to take the bluff there is a rood oppor tunity to take the bet get the road and make Lancaster pay for it How about giving up the elevated road proposition long enough to close a deal and cash in the As all your other efforts to get out side help have failed want to ask us for a handout eh We are Pres byterian too and in addition to the chips will also put up blue stockins on this matter BY Or Kings New rob Consumption Cosgfes and Gold Than By All Throat And This wonderful medicine positive ures Consumption Cold Sronchitfs Asthma Pneumonia Ha LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Pries bOc 21 Trial Ecttle Fvs Cure j Digests what you eat r It digests the food and aids j Nature in strengthening and recon u struct digestive or r It is the latest discovereddigest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in and permanently cures S Dyspepsia Heartburn rSour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiaCrampaand all other results of Large size contains 254 times smallsize Book about dyspepslamailedlrea g Prepared by E C DeWITT CO CfclcaflO f Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I what you eat i I lIt- tle I chipsAdvocate MOR E LVES tt S JED 11 UJ UuVH Other Lang Corobiucd r r o CURE i Y Kudol E ill Prlce5OC d Cincinnati USING e a everlletri 1v ems Id and 1 ss u o v J r fS S Painting and Papering Iw fore Purest brands of PAINTS and Varnishes Brushes Etc I I OILS S I I I we have ever shown I l Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store We are now located 0 On Danville Street Si Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store 1 BY THE FIRE BY OS We will continue as before to handle only the best at the lowest prices Make our store your headquarters We will appreciate your coming Telephone us your order and we will deliver it promptly and appreciate your favor H rlEB 521 H H f t M HHf Supply Your Every Want i S u S 0 O OvOGO 2o g w 0 0 0 8 All GOODS OAr AGE o o 0 WERE DESTROYED o 0 o p 2 o 0p o Q o o o g 0oo 0 Storeo 0 II We Can OCO Ov O OC OvOv 0o 0 0 0 o 0 r0 U Q O 0 O Q o 0 0 0 JO OeO OcOOsOcOO O d O OrOCO O i t t4t tttttttttttt f 1 Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B Successors to J M Higginbotham Of Course You Want The Best the Latest Creations and Swellest styles in MILLINERYCall on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the cor rect and prices No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETTV E I i i Cutlery I WALKER SON i i OOIilJ iIJ ralilJ iJmJ lilJ li1J m m IJ ill m ill m t i- To 1 y i ra a e STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES Hardwire store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES to8000Trv tov IZ Zi1Z m 00 0Z v e CONTESTI Io o I f 1 t HC Arnold 327 5 Frank Pierce 109 W B Denny 92- gl Ruble 72 W 11 Cook 72 Wm Rovston 05 Walker 02 J A Sanders 54 White 47 J B Woner 31 J M Sag 29 J II Dunn 22 f 21 l 19 J B E II J F J C Fox II Dunn k J Jas A R Denny Counting Comtec Robt Kinnard WINTER PATTERN HATS SATURDAY OCTOBER 4th Everybody Cordially Invited Noel Sisters I I J S Robinson J WfJllffgJJlliJrfljfjJfflfiJjfJifJll YtfflftJJlli1 ni fur I 1IftmlIDlI mmmnmrn IDl nil n ri1lmlmmlffi1f I MILLINERYoPENlNG I I II II I I I WJMlYU JlJl1Ii JlJl1Ii llilJillW Y J1JlUt1llJJJIIDlmIDImmIMIDIDDfJlIillm 1 3 Ill Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In J R Hill was in Danville Thursday Little John Burnside Williams is improvingMrs Stormes is visiting relatives in LexingtonMiss Hill is visiting relatives in DanvilleMrs Lackey is visiting relatives in Richmond John T Hays made a business trip to Stanford Monday Mrs John T Hays and children have been on thesick list Mrs Ilardin of Monticello is Mrs Belle Burnside Misses Sandifer of Danville are guests of Miss Rate Henry Mrs Oldham of Mt Sterling is her sister Mrs Singleton Messrs II A B Marksbury and Banks Hudson were in Cincinnati Friday Kirk Kirby of Lawrenceburg is visiting his mother Mrs Maria Kirby Mr Wiley Greer the photographer has moved his gallery to Crab Orchard Misses Lizzie Hudson and Alice are visiting friends in Richmond QMiss Sallie Elkin left Monday for Cincinnati to attend the Art Studio Mr Paul Scott of Danville was the guest of his Aunt Mrs McKinney Mrs Charles Frisbie and little daugh ter Gladys have returned to Louis villeMiss Ruble of Beuna Vista is here under the treatment B Kin nairdMrs Wm Cook and Miss Louise BUY NOW I am compelled to sell to reduce stock for a larger line bought for the Fall trade visiting of Dr J V 1 f i visiting Walker Sunday H Look and Price Buy lAM Sure Youll Produce Taken in Exchange I pay you more for produce than anyone in town H M e 8 e t I t a j Ballou1- Y I Tevis Thompson John Bourne J B Robinson B Parks A K Walker Robt Burton Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold Robinson Frank Iloltzclaw L F Warner Walter Casey I18 Ii 17 Jno IirT C Gulley 13 fiJ13 12 J Y 11 11 10 o T Layton S 17 9 Kauffman were in Danville the past weekMrs Dolph Rice of Danville visited Mrs Elbert Smith at Mrs Geo Farris FridayMiss Jane Lusk of Paint Lick has been visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Walker Mesdames Margaret Robinson and Kenneth Postle have been visiting in DanvilleMesdames Pattie Gill and Juliett Rogers visited Danville relatives ThursdayMrs Burnside has been visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Lackey of McCrearyMrs McFarland of New York is the guest of her sister Mrs R A BurnsideDanville Advocate Mrs Will Baughman of Garrard is visiting Mrs Dave Dunn Miss Florence Harris leaves in a week for a visit to Maysville and El dorado Ark Mrs Nellie Harrington of is visiting Miss Nellie Dillon Rich mond avenue Mr Jake Joseph is at home from Cincinnati with a beautiful line of winter goods Mr Arnold and wife of Lexington have been visiting the family jf Mr W A Arnold Misses Isabella and Maggie Hurt of Iliattsville were pleasant visitors in town Saturday Miss Sacray of Stanford has accept ed a position as clerk in R II Batsons dry goods store Mr John Logan has returned from Cincinnati with an elegant line of fall and winter goods Mr Hugh Tillett of Danville has been with his aunts Misses Martha Mr James Ilefley and bride nee Miss Mandy Estes of Bardstown are visiting relatives here County Attorney J I Hamilton has returned from an extended business trip to Knoxville Tenn Mr Tom Burnett and family leave this week for Louisville where they will reside in the future Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson and little daughter Porter Scott are in Lex ington visiting relatives Master Charles Spears a handsome and cute little fellow of Paris was the guest of Mrs D M Lackey Mrs George Patterson and little daughter Grace Helen have been vis iting friends in Madisonville Mr Tom Eason and family of the railway mail service are visiting Mrs Eliza Eason Richmond avenue Miss Mary Gill left Monday visit to her sisters at Glendale Miss Drew at Portsmouth Ohio Mr Herbert Rommel has gone to Louisville to accept a position as tray ling man for the Bray Clothing Co Misses Lizzie Liza and Mrs John Tatum of Point Leavell who have been sick with fever are improving Miss Gena Dunlap is expected this week to be the guest of Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Danville avenue Nicholesville Journal Mr and Mrs Alex West of Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman the first of weekMrs L Doty and Miss Mary Bruce of Stanford are expected this week to visit Mrs H M Ballou and Mrs A A McKinney Cincinnati and Sallie Tillett for a and Mr D C Chance the clever clerk who was will J T Williams last win tor was recently to a Miss Terrell of Knox county Miss Hattie Duty of Texas is visit ing her mother Mrs Jesse Doty TIer father who is in the hospital at Lou isville is improving rapidly A very handsome picture of little Joseph Ballou appeared in the Courier He is the son of Mr II M Ballou and wife of this city Mr and Mrs N Miller little son Master William Ferguson and Miss L Eason spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs John Williams at Stanford John T Williams and wife Ed and Lilly John Brislow and J B Conn J R Hill and 1lrs Nannie Marett at tended the State Fair at Louisville Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson are in Lexington visiting their sister Mrs Tom Browning They were ac companied by little Miss Barnes Browning who has been visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs John An derson The following invitation has been received by friends in this city Miss Jennie Arnold requests your presence at marriage of her sister Lucie Arnold of Lancaster Ky to Mr S A McDearmon of Chicago on Tuesday October the fourteenth nineteen hundred and two at Four P residence of Mrs Lizzie Rothwell 3S5S Windsor Place St Louis Mo Mrs George D Denny of Lincoln couaty is visiting her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker on Richmond avenue A Dozen A Night Mr Owen Dunn of Benton Ferry W Va writes I 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 night I never received any permanent from any mcdecine until 1 tried Foleys Kidney Cure After using two bottles I am cured C C J E Stormes 1m The blunt citizen is the one who is most cutting Uesiutiful Complexions Are spoiled by using any kind of that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear free sallowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional doses of Ilerbine will cleanse the bowels the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Cats may not be expert but it doesnt take one long to foot up a columnHis III Peril I just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt cat or sleep and felt almost too wom out to work when I began to use Bitters but they worked wonders Now I 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 A train of thought is one of the kind that is personally conducted I o You Want to Yawn Feel cold shiverings 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 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 The best antidote for sorrow isstea Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest article I have in my store druggist C T Smith o 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 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 50c and 1 1m Childhoods ties mothers apron stringsMen inherit their own past and de vise their own futuro The Worst Form Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol the new discovery vhich is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they cat by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good 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 As a rule old age applauds the past and condemns the present married JournaL unday May Ill Till benefit complexion from mathematicians anything dyemployment writes doctors allover entirely Mat preparation regulate Electric C better fJ The Omaha sehoolniarm who with a little aid from the janitor and conscientiously whipped one of her 150 pupils deserves a monument and a public testimonial It is a refreshing indication that the obsolescent but supremely true Solo monic maxim respecting the rod and the child is entirely fallen into disuse in this country Lexington Democrat Teachers Kiitcrlniniiient The Bryantsville Teachers Magister District Association met at Pleasant schoolhouse Saturday October 4 under the supervision of its Vice President Miss Iliggins There were several teachers and quite a num ber of outsiders who kindly consented to take part in the exercises Miss Mary King Miss Jackson and Miss Wills each read interesting papers bearing upon Educational work Sub Enviable Profession The Influence of Teachers on the Commun ity Duty of Teachers There were a number of guests from our city and among the number our County whom we all know and glad ly welcome also Miss Amanda Ander son who seems so interested in and who showed that interest by a paper entitledcharacter Building After a bountiful dinner which was served on the ground and enjoyed by all we at the and were well entertained by a number of and recitations by Misse Joe Helen Mare Mae Rob inson Pauline Arnold Mable Bur dette Lillian Poore and others Solo Anchored Misses Katie Moore Jell Dunn residing at organ Duet by Misses Moore and Marksbury after which we were entertained by a short interesting talk from our and were then dismissed with the old familar hymn God be with you Ten nice two year old Stears weight 1000 pounds all red J W Teater Buckeye Ky The Corn Crop Reports from correspondents to R G Dunn Co throughout the corn belt show that while there has been some damage by early frosts except in isolated districts the damage has not exceeded normal years and has been confined almost wholly to the crop on low lands Much of the corn is safe and owing to the large acreage this year in nearly cornproducing state larger than in any preceding year the yield will be considerably above normal In the big corn states of the Middle West the crop has made satisfactory prog ress and much of it is now in shock In northwestern Iowa damage by se vere frosts is estimated at onethird but increased acreage will yield an in creased crop In central Iowa little damage is reported The same is true in Illinoisand the only injury by frost reported is to some late planted corn which is usual every year In Nebras ka Missouri Indiana and Ohio reports indicate a larger yield than ever be fore and in the six states above enu meratcd more than onehalf the corn crop of the country is raised Ken tucky and Tennessee conditions have been exceptionally favorableand very large increase in acreage the yield will be exceptionally heavy but in some parts of the southwest espec ially in Texas the yield will be light owing to failure of early crop Much of the corn in the middle west is fed to cattle and the quantity reserved for this purpose will probably be this year than usual owing to the shortage last year An old score years and ten Spent More Than 1000 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 thanks to thus great remedy it saved her life She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse substitutes C C J EStormes True patriotism does not depend on the size of ones country Forty Years Torture To be relieved from a torturing dis after 40 years torture might cause the gratitude of anyone That is what DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve did for C Haney Geneva O He says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years Cures cuts burns wounds skin diseases Beware of counterfeit- sIt spoils some peoples appetite for endeavor when they taste of defeat Americas Famous Iteautles Look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Bucklens Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum van ish before it It cures sore lips chap ped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25c at R E McRoberts Lancas ter and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m Nothing regular as the happen ing of the unexpectedSeason The Lancaster Lyceum Company has guaranteed payment to six stan dard attractions to appear at the court house on Nov 17th Dec 12th Jan 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 i Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office nMountuent painstakingly every G rove Jennie jectsThe Superintendent assembled schoolhouse SOIlS For Sale 2t upland every with- a larger sayingthree YoW isso separately Ilcserres schoolwork again Superintendent S t Business and Bargains New line of Ladies and Gents go watches and rings J C Thompson A For cotton sacks for seed n 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 You must come in and pay your ac count I need the money and must have it R A Stone Dr Hobson has recovered from his illness and will be at the Mason hotel second week in October slltf I have for sale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed 925tf J F Robinson Land for Sale Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf A fine lot of BarredPlymoth Rock hens and pullets for sale Must take at once J C Thompson Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price il A B Marksbury Son School The school tax book for this year is now ready Please call and settle as we need the money J4tf E W Harris Treas Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky II D Ald ridge 928tf See our one horse wagon Its an Old Hickory and the handiest wagon on the market Romans Elmore We have for sale a lot of brick on the Parsonage lot which we are to get off the premises and we would like those who want any to call and buy them at once Subscriptions to the Parsonage are now due and we hope the subscribers will call and pay them promptly the money is needing W II Kinnaird treas UladeToItleawure Cloaks Have a cloak made to measure We will have a man frem the city here on Saturday the 11th and it will cost nothing extra to have a perfect fitting garment made so why let others palm off cheapgrade garments when you can get the best from us Remember the date Oct 11th J Joseph Josephs cloak and fur opening Oct 11th V Mount Mclllck Embroidery- I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville To 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 Coal Coal 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 B Kemper Manager slltf 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 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 trade to real estate Reason fo selling ill on or address O W Potts Teatersville Ky 928tf For Sale or Rent My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 94tf Seed Wheat For Sale we have several varieties of seed wheat for sale the best selections that could be obtained we also have a limited quantity of the Syrian Red the most marvelous ever grown in the United States Also Northern Rye for sale H A B Marksbnry Son Notice This 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 Ward in E W Harris store to advertise your stuff Do you bad no warning you cost by paying before we reach name Sanders Ward Beautiful I have a complete line of sample tailormade suits from the widely known house ofChas 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 o2 Miss Same Tillett tt i i SaleNew clover Tax BrIck anxious ComWm avenueS cheap- or healthcall preparing C no say can save tf + ELECTION NOTICE To Issne Bonds For Water Works On motion duly seconded It is ordered and notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the city of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky at the general election which is to be held upon Tuesday after the first Monday iu November 19ft at all the voting precincts in said city by the officers of the election upon the question whether the city council of said city shall incur an in debtedness of2loOO Twenty four thousand dollars to be raised by the issue and sale of bonds to the amount of said sum in such denomination as the said city council may hereafter determine and whether the said council shall levy and cause to be col lected taxes on the taxable property of said city at a rate sufficient to raise annually in addition to the yearly expenses of the city a sum each year sufficient for a period of thirty years to pay interest on said bonds and to cre ate a sinking fund for the payment and re demption of said bonds to wit FIRST To pay annually the interest on said bonds SECOND to create said sinking fund in the sum of eight hundred dollarsf SCO annua lly said indebtedness is to be incurred for the purpose of erect ing and maintaining a system of water works for and at the expense of the said cityof Lancaster said indebtedness is to be paid in six installments or payments of four thousand dollars 4000eachthat the end of each five years from the date of tho bonds Said bonds shall bear interest payable annually at a rate not exceeding 5 percent per annum from date until paid with proper interest bearing coupons attached The ballots to be used at said election shall be printed and arranged as follows to wit Are you in favor ot the city of Lancaster In curring an indebtedness by the issuance and sale of bonds in the total sum of twenty four thousand dollarsf2 JuOOJfor the purposeof and maintaining a system of waterworks for said city and levying a tax each year at a rate sufficient to pay the interest not cent per annum upon said indebted ness andSOOeight hundred dollars each year for the creation of a sinking fund for the pay ment and final redemption of the said bonds 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 Elirore 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 Dont think because I only owe him 2 or 75 that he can make out that small amount remember 200 or 300 such accounts amount to quite a little sum So come in and settle at once R A Stone Fine Millinery Miss Minnie Eastham the DInville 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 the place Main street Dan vjlle is 400000at erect- Ing exceeding 5 per NO D YES without Remember FOR SALE THE BEST Country Store In The State Cause for selling illhealth Stock About 4000 Amount of business done annu ally 20000 Good store room 26 x 102 feet Also Two Quod Dwelling Houses All in Bryantsville Ky AddressJ 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 PROMPTNESS GOOD WORK 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 PUBLIC SALE OF A FINE FARM Stock Crop c On account of intended change of residence I will offer at pulic sale Saturday Oct 11th 1902 at 10 oclock sharp my Blue Grass Farm of 160 acres situated in Lincoln county on Lincoln nd Boyle turnpike road two and a half miles from Shelby and five miles from Danville Schools churches and postoftice convenient The farm is well improved and has on it residence modern conveniences all necessary outbuildings On the place are enough locust trees to fence a 500 acre Splendid orchard and water in field amount of land adopted to the growing of At same place stock consisting of cut tie hogs also Three extra milk cows will be other things are 1 brood mules geldings good work horses fat hogs stock 40 acre corn in shock mitlet num ber yearling cattle 500 locust posts farming implements and household this fnrm are 96 acres which can be purchased and the two combined would a desirable farm Terms liberal and made known of day of sale G R EXGLEMAX T D English Auct Shelby City Ky i ours 653m a 3000 mares3 I I x t We have a general line of Merchandise which we will give a bargain as a whole to gether with uptodate Fixtures Until a buyer is found we will sell at retail anything you want at actual COST as we have to GO OUT OF BUSINESS in order to close a partnership The business will bear investigation Good Clean New Stock Well Bought I determined SALE Dry Goods and Notions All Calicoes Flannelettes Persian Styles Sell everywhere at IOc go at 8 cents Plaid Dress Goods worth 12c and 15c for 8 and lOc CLOTHING FURNISH ING GOODS Mens Jeans pants 65c up Mens Corduroy pants 125 and up Everything else in 4c proportion r f HATS CAPS BOOTS and SHOES Womens everyday Shoes for 85c worth 125 We havy anything you want at corresponding reduction Childrens Boys Youths and Mens Boots Shoes GROCERIES TINWARE QTJEENSWAE and HARDWARE The items under this head are too numerous to mention Come in look and ask the prices and we know you will buy Womens This sale begins at once and continues until all is sold for STRICTLY SPOT CASH We positively will not make any tickets so please DO NOT ASK IT All who know themselves INDEBTED TO US will please come in at ONCE and PAY UP and thereby save trouble and annoyance WARD SYMPSON LANCASTER KY o c T TAKE WiNE I For thy stomachs sake was the prescription of apostolic times g for stomach trouble Wine for eight een hundred years past has been a J favorite for poor digestion among general practitioners You need o a little wine to warm up the stomach or to stimulate the stomach as the case may be was the common form of the prescription But nobody has yet said you need a little wine to cure stomach trouble Wine wont do that And yet thats the one need of the diseased stimulation but cure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the other organs of digestion and nutrition and thus restores lost flesh and lost strength through the assimilation of perfectly digested food ij O G 9 0eioIi g 8 stomachnot stomachand I doubtless t S Nineteen years ago I was taken sick with stomach trouble writes Mr q James H Melligan of 822 E Washington St Syracuse N Y Commenced to treat with different length of time fifteen different S physicians have treated me off and on up to a year Some of the phy I had liver complaint others said Brights disease others J said intestinal dyspepsia I have tell me they could do no more for me Have m mentioned tried any number of other medicines must acknowledge that I have not in all of this time received from any doctor or other the benefit that I received from Dr R V Pierces 0 Golden Medical Discovery It has done wonders for me and I cannot speak too highly in its JThe sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make He gains you lose therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery S FREE Or Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser S mailing ONLY Send 21 onecent stamps for the book In paper covers or 31 stamps for the clothbound J8 volume Address Or R V Pierce Buffalo H Y ft tt I I the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines U Is sent FREE on of stamps to pay expense of 0 0 3 g ocelpf For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tfE- STUAYED One dehorned brindle steer weight 800 lbs mark of green paint on back between hips Will S Embry Lancaster Ky s25tf Glover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918 tf Leavell o2tf The bloom of annuals advances with the season Apples are very poor and peaches practically a failure You never see a highstepping horse with a low head Defective ventilation is a great ene my to small green houses A healthy toad would take care of the insects in one hot bed No danger of consumption if you use Foleys Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough C C J E Stormes Do not aHow dogs cats or loafers to be around at milking time Breeding inferior horses is infinitely more unprofitable than cropping poor landThe sowing ot winter wheat is in progress and farm work is fairly well upGood strong mares can raise a colt every year and still do about as much work as geldings Late corn shows a decided improve ment and the late crop as a whole will not be far below the average Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E Stormes im Under the best of garden culture a plot of strawberries in which all run ners are clipped will bear less fruit than one in which free running is al lowedWheat contains a larger per cent of albumen than any other grain and for this reason is is one of the best grains to feed for egg production It should not be made an exclusive ration how everEarly tobacco his been housed and is curing well Late tobacco has im proved rapidly during the past week it will need from ten days to two weeks of favorable weather to proper ly mature the late tobacco in the wes tern section If ducks are well fed and managed they will lay as many as 30 eggs each between August and October and all of these eggs should be incubated In BluegrassSeed putfew r ripjLs u I this case the young ducks will come in splendidly for Christmas The frosts which occurred last week caused but very little damage in lowlands was injured to some extent but the damage was not seri ousCrossbreeding is mixing two well established breeds and is rarely ever successful and especially so after the first cross Grading up is breeding a scrub to a thoroughbred and the operation for successive Look Out For Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by the system with Early Risers These famous 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 Loafers seem to have a grudge against all men who are busy It Goes Right to the Spot When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief Itgoes right to the spot said an old man who was it in to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Ten aba Texas writes I have used Bal lards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to be a fine remedy for all aches and pains and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 25c 50c and 100 at E E McEobertsdruggist 1m A man seldom does his best unless he is working for himself 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 just before an oratorical contest I intended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal The world deals good naturedly with the good natured person Out Or Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from a 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 E E McEob erts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m ations and rightly carried on is one of the cheapest and best ways of the stock on the farm It is rather poor economy to attempt to winter a sheep that will not under lc es Tobacco repeating cleansing DeWitts rubbing beyond voiceless improving geneI Litt- leiitt Liquifi Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Tetterand AerieBelong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions thatcause more genuine discomfort and worry than all other known diseases The impurities or sediments which collect in the system because of poor inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids that ooze out through glands and pores of the skin producing an indee the yellow watery discharge forms into crusts and sores or little brown and white scabs that drop off leaving the skin tender and raw effect of the poison may cause the skin to and andcnnaD1e I can cheerfully endorse your 8 S 8 ai a cure for Eczema I was troubled with it for 25 years and tried many remedies with no good effects but after 313 W Central St WichitaXanentirely1 and or it a scaly appearance the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads pimples or hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is only remedy for these vicious skindiseases Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring bleed againcrack blemishes S S S eradicates all poisonous accumu lations antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores the blood to its wonted purity and stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish organs and the ties pass off the natural channels and sicin e js a is only guaranteed purifier It contains no Arsenic Potash or other harmful mineral us about case and our physicians will advise without charge We have a handsomely illustrated on skin diseases which will be sent ree to all it TBC SWIFT SPECIF CO Atlanta Ga relieve the the purely vegetable blood average coiuiitions grow i MiHlcionl amount of wool to pay for liis keep The bettor plan in nearly all eases with this class of sheep is to fatten and market while there is IJHSL ura e tad Invest the money cilluM in better sheep or in some other class of thrifty growing animals Bees are the only farm stock that give a valuable product and yet cost nothing for their keep beyond provi ding shelter What they eat comes from the field and would be of no use unless they gathered it and therefore costs nothing Sometimes beekeepers purchase food for their stock but it is only to replace the honey taken from them with something lets extenssve Very cool weather prevailed during the first of the week but it ended with the temperature above the nor mal Fairly abundant rainfall occur red but it was rather irregularly dh tributed While many places have received a bountiful supply of moist ure there are some localities suffering severely from drouth this is especial ly true of the extreme eastern coun ties In pruning the grapes it should be remembered that the vine bears wood of the past seasons growth and the general rule is to leave the strongest canes longest and cut the weakest canes shortest It should also be that the third and fourth bud counting from the base of the cane are more perfectly matured than the first and second ones Fully onehalf of the previous years growth should be removed and usually it is best to remove a portion of the two and three years old wood Usually there are more chances of leaving too much bearing wood than of cutting ofT too much General News Notes Host Important Events of the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere Oregon farmers are turning to sugar beets as a more profitable crop than wheat A son was born to the Duchess of Manchester who was Helena dimmer man of Cincinnati Indiana State officials arc said to have formed plans for a vigorous sup pression of white capping John W Thomas a wealthy citizen Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAKD CIUCUIT CounT Sarah Burdetts Admr Pill vs Sarah Burdetts Hrs Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its Term 1902 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster sell to the highest best bidder the following property in Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a leaning Sycamore on Fork of Sugar Creek thence up the same S 30i W 20 50100 poles to a beech s 121 w 33 poles to a stake s 38 v 41 poles to a stone on a hill side lins branch excluding the stone fence and with same s 18J w 7 poles to a stake near a gate post on a branch another corner to Brown thence s 1SJ w 17 poles to a stake on a branch thence up said branch s 86J w 3GJ poles n 77J w 23 poles to a stake in the south side of said branch thence n e 61 poles to a locust tree thence s 71 e H poles to another locust thence n 37i e 2 poles to a stone thence n 28J e 61 poles to a stone in a branch corner to Burdett thence s GO e 109 poles to the beginning containing 71 acres and 12 This tract of land is sold for the nurpose of satisfying the claim of Francis as Admr of NancyAnn Clark deceased the amount of the claim being 36177 with interest thereon at 6 per annum from August 31st 1897 to date of sale Oct 27 1902 amounting to the sum of 47367 and costs of action 5477 making a total to be realized the stun of TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good will be required of the for the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court oc93t of Spring Grove Union county was drowned in four feet of water Rev P E Eversole pastor of the Methodist church at Perryville Ky was stricken with smallpox on return ing from the Annual Conference at London Ky The Confederate Home at Pewee Valley will be dedicated on October 23 and will be opened on November The property will be paid for today and then Fayette Hewitt will deliver the deed to Gov Beckham The Board of Lady Managers of the St Louis Worlds Fair yesterday adopted a resolution offered by Miss Hejen Gould urging that no indecent dances or other improper exhibits be allowed along the Midway Helen of Pa restrained from marrying by an secured by her father defied the court and eloped to Brooklyn where the matrimonial knot was tied Thomas P Ryan has authorized a statement as to the agreement the American and British companies which he says means the seeking of trade handinhand throughot the world b f goad remembered August and descri ed toEIt per cent 52844 security purchaser judgment Alien De Long Scranton injunction between tobacco n ir IJfZVRJ tow I 0 2 s s is Hale uf Land GAKUAUD Cm irrCouujp S Williams PlVtt V vs Dora L Mforc o DTts By v rtue of a juugmeut of the Gar rard Ciicuit Court reside ivci its August term 1902 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY OCT 27th 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property in county Ky on Dix River and containing 135 acres roods and 37 poles more or less and is bounded as follows Beginning at a spring on the South side of a large pond thence n 124 poles to fallen oaks in the cliff of Smiths branch thencus 65 w 30 poles toaslake thence s 02 w 5S poles to a stake thence s poles to a stake thence s 30 w 32 pcles in Held thence 55 w 35 poles to a stake on the branch a short bend in same s 58 poles to an oak and lynn in said branch corner to Floyds thence 59 E 60 poles s 70 K 72 poles to a stake three oaks not found x 114 poles to the beginning containing 137 acres 2 roods and 37 poles more or loss in the whole but from said deducted about two acres sold by said O S Williams to said Moores prior to Feb 1st 1101 thus leaving the amount now to be sold herein 135 acres 2 rods and 37 poles more or less This sale is made to satisfy the liens First to O S Williams lien debt of 1872 with interest at the rate of 0 percent per annum from Feb 2nd 1901 until paid to the sum of 2007 Oct 27th 1902 the of sale and the costs of this action expended 9823 making the total to be realized on O S Williams debt the sum of 216523 Second tile lieu debts of Richard Foley as follows 432 with six vcr cent interest thereon from April 18th 1S99 to Oct 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to sum of 52237 83100 with 0 percent interest thereon per annum from Feb 28th 1900 to Oct 27th 1902 amounting to the sum of 3070 65 with 0 per cent interest thereon per annum from Feb 1st IiOl to October 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to the sum of 8552 1780 with interest thereon at 0 per cent per annum from Feb 1st 1901 to Oct 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to the sum of S19 05 The total amount of the several debts with interest to the date of sale being 584 24 and the costs expended 81582 making the total to be realized on Foleys debts the sum of 60000 The total of both debts interest and costs to date of sale being 276529 TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of months bond with good se curity will be required of the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sole until purchase moncv is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Lund GAKKAKD CIUCUIT CounT Wm Wrenn PrfclT 1 vs i J S Minor Dfts Consoli and dated Harriett E Stone Pltff j Cases J S Minor Son Dfts By virtue of Judgments of the Gar rard Circuit Court in these cases rendered at its August Term 1902 I will on MONDAY OCT 27th 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property in Ky in the City of Lancaster Ky between Richmond Street and the Louisville and Nashville RailRoad and known as part of the C C Stormes homestead being bounded as follows at a stone corner at the East edge of an Alley and 30 feel south of Stormes corner thence along the East edge of said alley s 5 w loufeet to the intersection of Buford street thence with the North edge of Said street s 83 e 220 feet to a stone corner at the end of said street thence along and with the west edge of the barn reserving said barn to move w 125 feet to the RailRoad right of wav thence along and with the same n 701 e 100 feet thence n 811 e 90J feet to H G Wards corner in rail road right of way thence vith Wards line fence n 5 e 240J feet to a stone thence west on a straight line 329 feet to a stone corner thence s 5 w 11 feet to a stone corner thence west on a straight line 79 feet to the place of beginningThis is sold to satisfy the following lien debts interests and costs towit Win Wrens debt of 20 with 6 per cent interest thereon per annum from August 27th 1902 to Oct 27th 1902 the of sale amounting to the sum of 2020 and Harriett E Stones debtof 50000 with interest thereon at 0 per cent per annum from May 7 1900 to Oct 27 1902 the elate of sale amounting to the sum of 574 1C and the costs of action of 7819 making the total to be realized the sum of 65235 TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 0 months bond with good will be required of the for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Recommendation Hubble Sept 13 1902 We the undersigned have seen an Weal Peering Corn Binder at work on Mr McKechnics farm today and can say while it was tried in corn dead ripe and on ground that was very steep it did splendid work in fact we could not ask for a corn binder to do better work than it does as it does the work as well as a wheat binder does in a wheat field It knocks off no more corn than a man will cutting it by hand and we take pleasure in recommending it to be all they claim for it Signed R L McKetchnie A P Sloan S P Weaver T C Rankin C C Gover Robert Rankin Fred Yokey and J M Rankin s18tf 4j r tjUlIui lul ors at two JJosl Its West- side of Scotts boundr following thereon amounting per annum S Son I J Consolidated Bc inning S security purchaser judgment oc93t U m to a stake ont vs Cumin Ja M in e s Jonuiiis iun i s Sale of Land G AUKAKO CIBCVR Coirey m iUidiji ilift liaiUiu c iJTls V Hi virtue ff H iiuiaieut ut ibe Gar rum Uiieuk dm rtudeied at u August term 1UU2 in the above styietl case i will on MONDAY OCT 27tu 1W2 publicly before the Court House door Lancaster Ky sell to The highest and best bidaer the property in Uarntid county Ky o the waters ol Sugar Creek and bouu ded as follows Beginning at a point in the middle of Sugar Creek at the mouth ol a branch corner to T L Vaults thence down said Creek N iH E 255 chains to a point the Kiibt batik ot same at the end of a stony fence about 140 chains up the Creek from the mouth of a small branch or drain the Creek N K striking said drain and up the same 790 chains to a beech on the North side of and near the same drain about 12 or 14 feet from said beech a cornet to Mrs Nutiliruwn thence with same N 5 E chums to another beech Curlier to saute N 4t E 1092 chains to a staLe in a hollow corner to hol low or drain with Tinsley b W i W 547 chains to a point in drain 5 feet E of marked hackuerry tree thence N 74i W 2 50 chains to a beech tree corner to Tinsley and Win Adams thence still down the dram and with said Adams N 07 W 439 chains N 75 th n S5I w 4 chains to the middle of bugar Creek thence down and with the middle of same n 10 w 21 chains to a point in the middle of said creek corner to thence leaving and with said up a branch s 5S w 320 chains n 72 w 2 20 chains n S3 w 3 20 chums s 02A w 5i chains s 70 iv 0 chains to a stake in said branch corner to said llarciin and the Easton tract thence the line of same s li w 5 40 chains to a beech to same s 27 e 177 chains to a stone division corner of the Easton tract divided between the undersigned James Hardin and A T thence division 81 w 1487 chains to a stake a division corner in line to J R Payne thence with said Payne s lt 1095 chains to a stake im a hillside cot tier to same n 73j e 700 chains to a point in a branch corner to same and in line thence down said branch Yanlisn chains n 70 e 4 chains n 71 5 e 3 chains 84 chains s OSSL e oiiO chains to the beginning containing 00 acres This sale is to enforce a lien the amount of the lien debt being thesum of 500 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per smnum from Jan loot the date sued on until paid subject to the following credits 1125 paid Oct lHh1901 and the further sum of 25025 paid March 12th 1902 leaving due on said debt on Oct 27th 1902 date of sale S27S Of and the costs of this auction fi013 making the total sum to be realized the sum of 830818 TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months bonds with good will be required of the purchas er for the purchase payable to the undersigned bearing per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JNO W MILLER Master Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Lund CIUCUIT COUUT Leon Austin c PUPs vs J M Duncan Admr c Dfts Bv virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its Term 1902 in time above styled cse I will on MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property in the waters of Scotts Fork Creek and on the East side of Poor Ridge turnpike road and bounded as follows Tract No 3 Beginning at a point in the middle of the aforesaid tunpike road corner to S L Walker and J FRay thence with the line of said Ray N 75 E passing the south side hackberry tree atonc pole and 1030 poles in all to a stake at the lower end of a stone fence thence n 73 e 1890 poles to a stake in the middle of a branch 40 poles from a mulberry thence down said branch with the middle and meanders of same s 75J e 13 110 poles to an ash on the north side of same thence s 84i e 27 poles passing a scruboy sycamore at a stone and at the mouth of said branch in all29 70 poles to a stake in the middle of Scotts Fork corner to stud and Prather thence with the line ther and with the middle and of said creek s w 2350 poles to a stake s 30V e 9 poles to a stake s 14 e 20 poles s 33 w 7 poles to a stake in the middle of said creek corner to same and to R E Austins other tract of land thence leaving the creek n 75 J w 88 poles to a point in the middle of the aforesaid corner to Stephen L Walker Mid Miley Walker thence with the middle and meanders of said pike n 23 J e 9 poles to the east edge or same thence n 9 w 2320 poles to the beginning containing 24 acres and 3 Tract No is known as the Toll Gate house and lot on the Poor Ridge and Sugar Creek turnpike road and bounded by the lands of Tinsley and others and being the same con ord Deed Book 15 page 258 and Deed Book 17 page 515 Garrard County deed of record Deed Book 17 page 518 Garrard County Clerk office Neither of these tracts of land can be divided without materially impairing their value they will be each sold as a whole but the tracts will be sold separately TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 0 months bond with good se curity will be required ot the for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until Raid having the force and effect of a judg went upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court oc93t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what you eat t hence leaving 41 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