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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m a RECORDLANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCT 16 1902 2TUMMXX A 4 IIrzEET YEAR di tr li Y 4 W r CENTRALj 9 o Wheat I I Drills I 0o0o0o0o All sold by 0o 0qqq000000400000000000- I p O o Superior of o 0 0 0 i JIRIHa1 n FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming JA BEAZLEY co t We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0s Q Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of S500 and upward o f o o t OG00000000000000v t 0 0000 p ti Items of Local Interest NO WHISTLE UK A III Danville Up AgnliiM a lard Proposi lion She Thiiikti She Has Hut She Hamit There has been no whistle of the Scutherns locomotives in Danville as yet and there is no probability of such a thing occurring within the next cen tury grapevine telegrams and the whines of a few wise guys to the con trary notwithstanding The Danville people were told that they would have to secure the entire rightofway or they would not get the road We fully realize that Little Brittian has plenty of push and enterprise but all this will never convince the people of county that it is to the latters in terest to allow this road to be to Danville As we have always asserted the key to the situation as regards this physical connection with the Queen and Crescent loute which the Southern is now contemplating is held by Mercer county How any busi ness man who understands the situa tion as it exists today can say this road will be built to Danville is be yond our comprehension It is true that Little Brittian has hornswog gled other communities out of im provements in the past but that does not hold that they will convince the good people of Mercer that it is to the tatters interest to allow Burgin to be destroyed just to extend this road to the Centre of the Universe Its very kind of Bro Lillard to offer to lend a helping hand to Burgin and Lancaster but we think the Majors offer of a handout is somewhat pre mature We have always heard that the Lord helps those who help them selves and we would suggest to Brer Lillard and his forces that before to help the little towns of Bur gin and Lancaster he had better cease asking assistance of Louisville This physical connection will be according to our belief and informa tion This will be done at once Next year will see work commenced on the connection to Jellico and the road will be built VIA LANCASTER Flue Farm Sold llr Joel J Walker has sold his farm on old Danville pike to a Mr Rankin of Wayne county The price was 50 per acre and the place cou laincs somthing over four hundred acres The farm is the old Bruce place and has some of the best land in the county Mr Walker has not de cided upon a location but we trust he and his excellent family will move to town as he will make a good and use ful citizen 1 I made at IlarrodsburgJunctionBurgin f I Mercer extended offering LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER OUR FALL AND WINTER LINES ARE COMPLETE And never have we uttered the word Complete with a deeper meaning You will find in our store the largest and most complete of merchandise we have ever shown New things in plain and fancy Wool Dress Fabrics both in colors and blacks Black and colored Silks plain and corded Velvets Fancy Waistings Handsome line of Dress Trimmings and large assortment of Domestic Dry Goods Blankets and Comforts Underwear Hosiery large line of Ladies Cloaks and Readytowear Skirts Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of all grades Handsome Line of Millinery Hats of all grades and kinds made to order on short noticeFull Line of Gentlemens Wear Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Furnishing Goods for men and boys Our prices are so Low they Need No Calling Down The crowds of people always in our store afford the best proof of our leadership in value Everybody invited to inspect our large LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER assortment giving t r i t i i c 3 ri z ff r z t I stock t L 4- r fir r i New line of school tablets and pen cils at Thompsons If you want a nice carriage call Alex Miller He will not disappoint you Mr Rankin of Wayne county has purchased the old Miller place on the new Danville pike Mr James Nave has purchased the Ike Arnold place near Paint Lick There are 100 acres and the price was 2fOO The streets arc very dirty and THE RECORD begs to suggest to the city dads that the chain gang be called in to service The big furnace at the Citizens bank is completed and customers of that nourishing institution will have a good place to toast their shins this winter Isaac Baughman one of the best known colored men in tile county died at his home on Boones Creek and was buried here Monday lie was an hon orable citizen and respected by all Mr Millard Route is helping take the assessors list lie rode as de puty sheriff for several years and knows every nook and corner of the county Millard is a mighty clever fellow Rev A It Moore has gone to Denver Colorado to attend the National Christian Association and there will be no preaching at the Christian church Sunday The Sunday School Communion and Et deavor services will be held as usual At Mansfield Ohio Rev Mr Massee formerly pastor of the local Baptist church refused to marry a couple the bride having been divorced He said According to the Bible adultery is the only grounds for divorce after which women may marry again This is the second couple Mr llassee has turned down on this ground Lawyer L A Leavell who is princi pal of the colored school states that the school has an enrollment of 120 pupils which is as large a percentage of the census enrollment as rolled up by any of the most largely attended schools either city or rural districts as are to be found in the state The sys tem and order prevailing in the school at present is such as marks the managing head to be thoroughly abreast with the foremost ideas a de ciplinarian a master in this sphere Lectures ToNlKlit Wednesday As we go to press indications are good large crowd to hear Rev Win Barton at the court house this Wednesday evening Mr Barton who is one of the most prominent ministers in the country is a brother of Mrs G M Patterson of this city and a gentleman of exceedingly fine intellect and address If you see this in time get ready and go as the lect ure is one of the finest to be heard in this section and you should not miss it Advance On Land We heard a gentleman say that land in Garrard had advanced in price from ten to twenty dollars on the acre with in the last year or so Garrard has some of the best land in the state the most productive Last year she was second in hemp raising and we believe she will come out first this year and the indications point that way Very few farms are for sale and those that can be bought will bring good money We save the best county in the state and some of the best people on the earth The editor accompanied his sister Mrs W C McFarland to Lexington today She has been spending several days in Lancaster and returns to her home in City next week Her many friends were delighted to see her and did all in their power to make her visit pleasant Capt Mc Farland is now in Now York and his many friends were disappointed that he did not come out too He will likely be here next month Especial Attention We call especial attention to the ad vertisement in this issue of Mess A B Robertson and Bro the Danville dry Roods men They buy all their goods in New York City and direct from the factories so they are enabl ed to give you the very best bargains and furnish the most stylish and up todate goods If you go to them you are sure to be given rare bargaing and get full value for every cent of money They need no introduction to our people as they have been in business many years and have built up one of the largest and best retail trades in Kentucky The Perryville Monument A large crowd gathered on the field of Perryville where forty years ago the armies of Buel andBrag contended for supremacy of Kentucky in what is generally considered the most sanguinary battle of the Civil War The monument to the dead buried in the graveyard on the field where they fell unveiled with appropriate ceremonies Miss Ella Hay of Perryville unveiled the The orator of the day was Hon M C baufley of Stanford The monument was erected by the State A great many here attended for a New York battle Confederate monument of you Kentucky fro r We are glad to note continued im provement incur good friend Big Injun Rothwell chief of police He will soon be on foot we sincerely trust Common School Contest We have decided not to hold the contest this year because so many schools have been closed on account of sickness Amanda Anderson To Yank Teeth Our young friend Charley Zimmer has entered a dental school In and will take a complete course in dentistry We know no more or worthy young man than Charley and TILL RECOUD wishes him unbounded success Croak Seller Policeman Siler has been the cocaine sellers and last week took one a young colored girl to the Lexington Reform School Mr Siler is determined to break up the sale of croak as the fiends call it and is making good headway The use of cocaine and morphine amoug the ne groes is alarming and it is almost im possible to secure help not addicted to the terrible drugs Entertainment at Klrkavllle Mrs A D Reid a very successful teacher of physical culture is drilling a class of sixteen of Richmonds most beautiful young ladies and ten of their nicest young gentlemen for a Delsarte entertainment at that place and they will give it at Kirksville on Saturday night October 25 It is said to be very fine and no one in that neighbor hood can afford to miss it Mrs Reid is coming to Lancaster to organize a class of young ladies todrill for an entertainment in the next two weeks Captured Prizes Richmond Climax Mr Mat S Co hen captured the blue ribbon with his fine mare Jane Reese in the ring for 4 year old stallions mare or gelding at the Louisville horse show last This mare is a four year old sired by Cromwell and is conceded to be one of the finest show animals in the State Mr Cohen also captured first money with his line gelding Jack ODili monds in the ring for American fine gaits four year old stallion mare or gelding Would be Popular IIere The Winchester Democrat says in a number of towns and cities of Ken tucky has been organized an associa tion known as a RentPurchase Its purpose is to purchase houses and land for cash and allow members to make payments for in small amounts on the building as sociation plan An association of this character was recently started at and we are of the opinion that a similar organization in Lancaster would attract a large membershipand the enterprise would prove a profita ble investment for our surplus capital Hello Richmond Lancaster telephone users will be delighted to learn that Richmond is to have an independent telephone sys tem and within a few weeks you can talk from your own phone into any business house in our sociable sister city The Richmond city council last week sold a franchise for this purpose and bighearted Tutt Burn am became the purchaser thereof Mr Burnam will put in an uptothemin ute service and the Bastin lines will connect with it The fact that Tutt Burnam it at the head of the enter prise is a guarantee that it will be the best Ail Independant Life Stick to your farm A faam is a far better safer surer healthier than any town store with an equ al investment of capital says an ex change The man behind the plow is more independent than the man be hind the counter It is just as honor able just asdignified to plow and to mow as it is to tie up sugar or meas kerosene to hand down a spool of thread or put up a package of crackers The farmer who can envy the merch ant the manufacturer or the town worker in general has certainly the wrong view of his own occupaaion as well as theirs Stand by Home Enterprise Mt Vernon people of Ohio county should be commended for their loyalty to the Home Telephone Company Four years ago some of our enterprising citizens recognizing the need for a telephone system in Ohio county risked their money and efforts in supplying the need and put in an exchange in Hartford with lines reaching out to every important sec tion of the county Soon after the organization of the Home Company the Cumberland Telephone and Tele graph Company a foreign corporation entered the field and offered various inducements to our people to give their patronage to that company but Ohio county people very sensibly re served their patronage for the Home company It is fortunate for Ohio county people that they took this view of the situation If tile Home company were out of the way this foreign corporation would raise their toll rate to prices exacted in oth er towns where it has no competition The Home company is owned and rated by home people and should have the patronage of the people industrious working- on Thursday them Lexington investment SignalThe sensible open Cincinnati Society n Money Will Not Buy It All Money can buy many things we ad mit It can buy place and power says the Elizabethtown News it can the weak and uphold the strong it can be the means of enabling the rich to hold certain places but its purchasing power has a limit It can not buy an honest man be he judge juror or hod carrier It cannot buy a place that will make an unworthy man honorable It may oppress the weak but it cannot buy the wealth of virtue It may purchase a pew in a wealthy church but it cannot pur chase a guilty conscience It cannot secure for broken hearts and sinful souls the only balm that will soothe It cannot win the hearts affection of a woman or child it cannot buy a happy home the dearest thing that life holds nor can it bribe death or buy a mansion in heaven for the souls eternal dwelling No No Money cannot buy everything Be not deceived Do not make its pursuit the chief end of life That course leads to worry and sorrow and disap pointment here and untold misery in the life to come Will Take Another Vote As will be seen in our advertising columns the City Council has jrdered another vote on the question of bonds for a system of water works It will be remembered a vote was tak en some time ago and the objectors were buried under an avalanche of votes that mashed them into obscuri ty for some time but for fear that some question may come the Council thinks it will be best to take the vote again They are going ahead and put in the system any way and this step is taken only as a safe guard Even those with three or four layers of moss on their backs see that the town must have waterand we dont believe there will be a dozen votes against it this time Of course some will be opposed as there are a few in every town so contrary that they would float up stream but this dont matter The driller is still at work and all signs are favorable now for a water In case he dont strike it in sufficient quantity we believe that enough citizens would take stock to the river The town is only per mitted to go in debta certain percent on its taxable property and at present we havent enough property to permit going to the river but if water is not found in town enough public spirited citizens could be found to make up the balance At any rate we must have water as improvements are to stand still until fire protection is provided The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs Ballou Friday afternoon oppress itcannot buy issuing bountifulsupply- of likely to- go Great Attention Bruce Norman By John T Brown Size 5ix8 inches Bound in cloth Gold embossed Price Louisville Ky John T Brown Publishing Company The above is a Kentucky story by a Kentuckian It is not a society novel nor one from the overworked histori cal field It is a novel with a purpose and yet with a loftier purpose than the average purpose novel Its pur pose is to teach lessons of industry perseverance unswerving integrity loftiness and purity of thought life and aim The one lesson which the book inculcates is that true success is to be sought and found in unselfish ness in the utter sacrifice of self for the good of others The plot is a faci nating oneand many interesting char acters play parts in the story but Bruce Norman the hero is the cen tral figure who amid all the ups and downs of fortune maintains his course with unfaltering step and keeps his eye fixed upon the star of right It is a safe book to put into the hands of the young because of the loftiness of its religious teaching and its lessons moral heroism Turkey Will be High Turkeys for Thanksgiving dinner are going to be a luxury both on ac count of scarcity and price clusion is reached by buyers who have made a canvass of the country dis tricts says the Chicago Tribune It is estimated the turkey crop will be onehalf smaller than last year and that prices on the Chicago market around Thanksgiving time when the fowl is most in demand will be about two cents a pound higher than a year ago At the present time 13 cents a pound is being bid for car lots and there are rumored sales as high as 14c This is an unheard of price at this time of year The turkeys which mostly come into the Chicago market are grown mostly in Tennessee Ken tucky Indiana Southern and West ern Ohio Central Illinois Missouri and Kansas Northern Indiana also contributes Indian Territory Oklahoma and Tix s are coming to the front as turkey producers follow ing the increase of agricultural In the Southern States the crop has been ruined by drouth and shortage of grain crops last summer and fall These conditions compelled farmers to sell In the more North ern States where the supply of food was better heavy spring rains killed off the young turkeys as fast as they were hatched Geo Brown has sold his farm of 100 acres to Jack Turner Price 43 per acre Z1 pp 1 Thiscon arid thp pursuits Attracting Mine Moss The prettiest bunch of hogs we have seen this fall passed through town Tuesday They were raised by Master Robt B Fox of this county who sold them to Deputy Sheriff Clate Arnold There were sixteen and they brought Gi Mr Fox is an energetic young man and will make one of Gar rards best farmers We will run our grist mill on Tues days of each week so if you want the old process meal bring in your corn on that day Please dont forget the day S T Leavel Co 16tf Mr J J Walker has advertised a sale of his large lot of stock and crop which will take place at ten oclock Wednesday Nov 5th Ho has some fine stock implements crops etc Lunch will be served The new Rail Road and Electric Road is soon to be built But while this is coming on come to the Buffalo Roller Mills at Paint Lick Ky with your wheat and corn and get the best flour your ever ate Especial atten tion given to both custom and mer chant work Burnam Rucker oc16tf Fashion Hints for Early Winter A chief characteristic of the new waists and bodices is the deep effect achieved either by the sha ping of the garment or the disposition of the trimming The skirts will remain close fitting about the hips and have the decided flare at the lower edge is indicated by the newest designs Quite the smartest coat to be worn with walking skirts Is the loose Nor folk with stitched straps and belt of the material The Empire designs are being well received for indoor purposes Velvet costumes are certain to en joy the popularity accorded them last seasonSlot seams are retained in many of the latest skirts and appear also in coatsFollowing the revival of hand em broidery stars tackings etc are used to embellish gowns of all kinds The use of longhaired plain and mixed goods is one of the features of the season Among heavy textured materials there is perhaps nothing more popular than the zibelines In trimmings the tendency is simple effects The demand for braid decorations is unprecedented From the Delineator for November For the month of September Arthur Joseph ranked first In the seventh and Shelby Mason first in the sixth grade at the Graded School Notice shoulder toward grade Buell Bootees o eo S memo o e 0 1 0 0 0o 0 0o Honest Mike Boots and Shoes I I s1OlIllJ e- J m Ladies Fine Footwear In all the New Styles and Shapes 1 o m o D D The oneprice Clothier Clothier 4p e cD T Logan J t t tc J i f w t ill PO JVttJ OUR SECOND STOCK OF CLOAKS and SUITS Our buyer has just returned from a special Cloak and Suit trip to New York While there he secured a great many entirely new ideas and shapes in Cloaks Most of these had just made their appearance in New York and will be found different from any you will see Monte Carlo Coats In cloth we ihow in a great variety of styles and colors at all prices from 6 to 25 Different from what you see at homeSilk and Velvet Coats At 15 1750 19 and on up to 45 Not just one or two but at least 25 to select from Both medium and long lengths and everyone made within the last 10 days in New York City If you are going to buy a nice wrap you look at our new line We will please you and save you money Misses and Childrens Cloaks Both Reefers and long Monte Carlos in all colors and qualities from 4 to 18 New Tailored Suits Many excellent new styles and shapes in Dress and Walking suits right fresh from the best makers in New York Prices range from 10 to 35 We call special attention to the tailoring of our suits and invite the critical inspection Fall and Winter Hats We still have on sale over 300 Ladies and Childrens Hats at every price from 75c to 25 We are the only house in Central Kentucky that carries a line of hats from PHIPPS ATCHISON- B HENRI BENDEL These are leaders of styles for not only theTJSbut eqally so for Europe These are not much more in price than ordi nary country made hats while there is a distinction and style about them that makes their wearers very comfortable and they are made so well that they present the same appear ance at the end of the season as at the first SPECIALS Long Chains of Real Coral soc Long Chains of Roman Pearls Italian Silk Blankets with Fancy Roman Stripes New Silk Bodice and Postillion Belts at 750 100 and 150 Fleeced Piques for Waists 300 to 75C per yd White and Colored Mercerized Oxfords airville5 o c DaI1ville Ky f g N w York OITic i shouldcertainly most LICHE STEIN c t GtiOt ooofi1 i i JBJ r o Broaay1 r 3 ro zo 75 h- v t 2ci f JtiiJrlUBir J 1Jrn rmD 0 PD A V1R i1 1I1F d i a 0trr YOU- r LEar I9 SURRIES BUGGIES PILETONS m It t m3 If so 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 we 0 FJ 0 0 D i IGEAR REECHING COLLAUS illELM 0 R E f 1iI jiJfjf jJ WAGON TRACES Sc ROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Matt Matter Lancaster Ky Oct 16 7902 ONE of the most horrible crimes in Kentucky was the killing of Mr Chinn and the wounding of his son in Lexington Friday night The elder Chinn was awakened by two burglars in his room and while they were do manding his money young Chinn came to the rescue The burglars then killed Mr Chinn and in the fight with the son the latter was wounded in three places This is horrible to think of but when it is lemembered how murderers are allowed to cheat the gallows in that city its really no wonder such crimes continue Only last week a man who had killed a poor cripple was paroled from his ex tremely light penitentiary sentence and every few weeks some murderer turned scot free ia the beautiful little Blue Grass Capital Not long since a merchant one of Lexingtons most prominent citizens was found on the street with a bullet in his brain While almost every town in our belov ed state needs a good firstclass hang ing yet Lexington would have to have several to clear the foul atmosphere caused by numerous homicides some rope ye authorities and then see that it is used T G president of the Kentucky Press Association has the editor of this paper to call a meeting of the executive com mittee for the purpose of carrying out the proposition to hold a business meeting of the association during the winter At last meeting Mr R W Brown of the Louisville Times a resolution to this effect and it was referred to the executive commit tee Mr Browns suggestion was that the Association that is the active bonafide editors no correspondents dudes or interlopers meet in some convenient city have a little spread and discuss newspaper work matters pertaining to the welfare of the craft Have no junketing all over the known world but talk shop strictly In this way some substantial benefits will be derived from the Association Mr B suggested that the social part of the meeting be held during the summer and then those desiring to go to the moon would be given the opportunity to do so The meeting of the committee will be held in next week when plans will be formulated MR WM JENNINGS idea of settling the coal strike is A law establishing a National Board of consisting of three to members to consider and report on all controversies between corporations engaged in interstate commerce and their employes a law abolishing gov ernment by injunction a law that will discriminate between the natural made man created by the Almighty and the corporate giant created by legislation a law taking the tariff off coal a law which will prevent engaged in interstate commerce from operating coal mines except for the purpose of supplying fuel for own engines IF they call out all the troops in the United States says United Worker President Mitchell it wont make the men go to work Nor should it But the Courier Journal says it remains to be seen whether it will protect the right of the men to work who wish to work All the troops in the United States have not the right to make one man go to work who does not choose to go to work and all the people of the United States have not the right to prevent one man from working who wishes to work When strikers realize and observe this they will win more strikes THE trouble in the coal strike is the politicians and strike leaders are r e o LANDRAM i WATKINS instructed offered execu- tIve Louisville Arbitration railroads Lain BIIY INs fiv thai Min Y r y t to make political capital out the matter The poor miner to the devil just so the leaders get a little boodle Professional and labor agitators are on par and between the two the will always be kept in an uproar TIlE selection of Mr A Y Ford managing editor of the nal as president of the Kentucky Association is a compliment richly merited Aside from being one of the cleverest of gentlemen he is among the best business men in and that the Kentucky exhibit WE were for Lexington with both feet when she wanted the Capital and urged that the seat of be moved there leaving the penitentiary at Frankfort But from recent events we will have to change and are now in favor of taking the Capital to Louisville ahd moving the penitentiary to Lexington JACK FUOST will soon force into ser vice the last winters clothing Theres one great consolation in this however a fellow will have the buttons on the outside of his trousers waistband and the usual swearing over the summer arrangement be avoided Theres a bright side to all propositions if youll only hunt for it THE Lexington police rounded up about thirty suspicious characters the day after the Chinn murder The people should have hung the whole layout This is not meant for jest as it will require such a move to bring our fair sister city out of the miserable rut she is in The success of the Lexington Trots goes to prove that the Blue Grass is the home of the horse Races are held in other parts of the country but it takes Kentucky soil to give to the little hoofs of the thor oughbred TROUBLES never come singly Now that coal is scarce and high the goosebone chimes in to say we are ing to have an extremely cold winter Verily man born of woman is of rainy days and full of hard luck OUT in Denvera man named Lute who has wooden leg married a woman who is in the same fix Lutes is a woodenleg manufacturer so we presume the offsprings will well taken care of BUENA VISTA The farm of the late Asa Brown has been sold to R Chestham of for 2100 cow for 78 J bought at Harrodsburg 22 yearling mules average 37 per head Mr E J Thistler of Mercer has pur chased the farm of Stepher Lucos for 9640 Miss Pearl Ruble is in your city der treatment of Dr Kinnaird Mrs Geo Smith of Lexington Is at the bed side of her sisternlaw Mrs topher who is very ill Mrs Mary Shilmon is visiting her daughter Mrs D B Jones in Lexington Mr J B Robinson and family have moved to Versailles Mr Robinson has been a resident of this community more forty years and it is with much regret we lose such valuable citizens as Robinson and family We the people of Versailles Mrs Joe Nic Carty of Kansas City has been visiting relatives here Mrs Ison is visiting her daughter Mrs Bogie near Spears in Jessamine Co Miss Francis Tomlinson has returned from a four weeks visit to Lexington near Versailles Rev Cooper of Nic holasville is visiting friends here week Rev T B Stiattor has returned to the M E Church here Mrs James Munday and two pretty children of Harrodsburg spent a part of last week with her Mrs W PBuble i i Ir politicians country CourierJour Exhibit Kentucky saying government region interest many divorced BRuble Wm Chris I congratulate Elizabeth P1ot er yes cargo t Jessam useu th b tHen J C Boner has bought u farm nenr Danville known as the Coroner place Kinnaird Bourne has rented of Will West of Lancaster the farm he re cently purchased of J C Boner Rev W M Stallings spent part of last week with relatives at Spring field Miss Hallie Herring of Dan ville is the guest of her cousins Miss cs Sallie and Lee Herring Misses Tucker and Crow of Springfield are guests of Mrs W M Stall ings Mad ams Fannie Pollard and T 1 Herring have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at ustonville FrankCar ney and wife and son Willie and daughter Julia Mae of Valley lull were visitors here last week Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancastef spent last week with tilts Jennie Pollard Mrs J II Durham of Coalport is her parents II D Aldridge and wife Mrs Robert Humphreys little daughter Margaret left last week to join her husband at Atlanta Misses Georgia Dunn and Bettie Royston will attend the Teachers at Cartersville Saturday James Sutton of Hubble bought of Mr Jackson Kemper his farm for 2 Frank Taylor traded a good work horse to three calves a sow and six have not heard any complaint on account of the lack of lain since last Friday Mrs Wm Asher has been suffering greatly with her eyes for several days but is now some better J A Baker had a valuable work horso to die rather suddenly a few days ago He was also a good saddle horse The foundation of the new church here has been completed and the pesters are at work with Wm Asher as foreman Rev A P Smith of Berea is doing the preaching in his earnest and force ful way and a good meeting through out is expected The meeting which began at the M E church here Friday night is nicely except as interfered with by the rain PKEACHEllSYILLE J F Cook sold a steer to W B Ben net at 3c per Ib J A L Ledford sold a horse to Wm Sprinkles for 850 J W Cummins bought a horse from John Anderson for S35 Hugh Seargeant sold G hogs to W H Brown for Gi cts Tom Stringar bought a horse and saddle from Perry King for 8200 W P Grimes sold 12 steer calves to Woods Walker for 81750 per head W B Bennett has bought of J C Fox about 50 acres of land at per acre On account of the rain G postponed his sale until Thursday the 16th inst John C Pepples has rented the Shanks farm from J II Baughman Co for the year 1003 The protracted meeting at the church conducted by the pastor Rev J C Carmacle promises to do much good Miss Payne has not improved any since last week Mrs Bowen of Hubble has been visiting her Mrs J F HoltzclawWm Spooua more was visiting his sister Mrs Hyatt Sunday J L Anderson enter tained his mother Mrs Anderson and Mrs W H Cummins and several others Sunday Mr and Mrs Alex Denny were visiting W P Grimes and family last week STONE- r Wm Teater sold one sow for 822 Norman Grow sold to James Parks a bull for 3 cts L L Sanders bought of Elias Leaven two calves for 17 Jim Clouse sold a bunch of shoats to A C Miles at G cents Sanders bought of Burton Sanders one horse for 00 Sanders and Walker bought of Mrs Mary A Sanders six cows at 3 cts School and Sunday School have opened at this place all are invited to come meL L Sanders sold to Sanders and Walker a bunch of heifers at 3ic and one cow for 3 cts Joe Hicks sold to Curt Robinson one dry cow for 21 cts also two heifers at 2 cts per pound The protracted meeting will begin at Scotts Fork Sunday November dud Let everyone be ready to The death angel has visited our community and cast a sorrow over it by claiming Maggie the wife of C S Sanders Her death was unexpected by everyone Theyhad been married only two short years before the Lord called herhome The funeral was con ducted at Scotts Fork Friday Oct 3rd by Rev A R Moore of Lancaster the funeral the remains were laid to rest in the Lancastercemetery Miss Nannie East and Mr Linn Cobb were married at the home of the bride on Thursday Oct 2nd by Rev George Thompson Quite a number of peo pie from this place visited Boons Cave last Wednesday All reported a fine time James Sanders is visiting relatives in Nicholasville and Burgin Hansford Land and wife are visit ing in Washington county Rev Meldrum spent last week with Mrs Mary A Sanders and family Mrs Totten of Rockcastle is visiting Mrs Nettie Preston A number of young at Buckeye Sunday and Sunday usfor tOO visiting and 500 a lVALL ACErON pigsWe call progressing 20 YoKing Baptist daughter au beJohn come- n anAfter people ot this attended I ILUt1iSBUSvl Association preaching P1gb1r r HI STONY POINT Our Sunday school it this t fare been discontinued until next piii the house is too open for occupa lion Mrs Clara Tray lor spent the day with relatives near this place last Momday Rev Roberts held his regular service at Fairview Sunday Paul Arnold made a lying visit to Richmond Monday Mrs Dunn of near Bryan tsville is visiting her son Jesse Dunn The relatives and friends of Miss I hats 1 to No Commission To Pay For if You Buy From Me Having bought the stock of the Garranl 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 it every particular I should especially like to quote you prices on A MONTMENTAL WORK you may need I can make not only tS price but the work entirely satisfactory to you Now is your chanc get your work at a moderate price Write or call Shop next t Mason Hotel Stanford street Lancaster Kentucky JNO HARWOOD The season has arrived for Painting and Papering OTJCEorotherUnnecessary Profits and goodwill S ti 1 Purest brands of Varnishes Brushes Etc 1 PAINTS and OILS Lucy Arnold near ihK Jare her home all join in best wishes for htr The work an the new Louse whir is being erected for Gastip by Perrin and Thiimtn iisiressin nicely and will suou be ready for occupancy The Teachers Association will meet itor you come too we will gite y i xl dinner and d our tx st t e r you arid ysu ron drink sulpjp water and have a delitihtfui tr the w ls in f clustuuls d hHpillCi5 man her ilt Virgil EverybodyI a t t ain h o witty the tr rh k M sirs rain gs art IS we have ever shown Handsomest line of PAPERS Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store O OS Frisbies Drug Store On Danville Street Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store Headquarters For Paints Glass Varnishes EG New line of T 3E Ifc Just Received Ve can save you money on Physicians Prescriptions Bring them to us HMMMMM MMMMM MM MMMtMHMMMMMM- fWe Can Supply Your Every Want 4 oS 0 I i Q o 2 0oo Q o o o o o 0- o 2 o 0 i s 1 ION Y 2- o o 2- o 0- iQ Q 0- o 0 0 0 0 fji y OOOCyOC OGOCOGOGOGO t Qo o p 0 pd 0 0 1 Ii0 Q 0 O 0 Q- Q Q- O Q 0 v 0 Q ooo ooo o o o o oaao oa o a a o ov Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters Cultivators We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and 0Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER SOS Successors to J lYL Higginbotham 4 1 U Course Want Tie Desk 1 To the Latest Creations and g Swellest styles in I MILLINERY 3 Call on us Our stock was carefully selected is very pretty the i and prices right No old goods i on hand I SALLIE D TILLETT i i You 9 correct s 3 4 444444444- A a a 0 D 0 0 0 y STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of Garrard County Each dollar paid for goods at K F P03TLES Hardwrre store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some LIST OF LEADING VOTES JfJJfJJJ 1Gf r07 10qvi CONTEST I Io I g 10 f Q r friends 327 V Frank Pierce 109 jg WB Denny D- 2S J B Ruble 2 3 W II Cook 72 Ktt Wm Royston 05 S3 Ell Walker 2 1 A Sanders 51 KS White 47 S3 J B 3L l J M Sag 2 l J II Dunn 22 21 1 J II CArnold j J I J C Fox Jas II Dunn r Toner Look aM Price I AM SnreYonll Buy Produce Taken in Exchange I pay you more for produce than anyone in town B M Ballou J Tevis Thompson John Bourne Robinson Parks A K Walker Robt Burton Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold Robinson Frank Iloltzclaw L 1 Warner Walter Casey 18 117 J B 17 Jno B 17 15 14 0T C Gulley 13 12 Q Y 11 1l 10 o T Layton 1 S 7 12 J J S Robinson A R Denny Counting Robt Kinnard aiiiMfaiiiMiAiI IIZ SIiuSSsid 5 5 HANDSOME MILLINERY We are showing the handsomest line of Fall and Winter Millinery ever shown in Lancaster Call and inspect our line of Hats We will save you 1 money ii Noel Sisters I j mmrn mrtmmfmmmnmfff1Mt hlllIlrrm1mfi I I I I I i I I I WJllliill lUlWij wummlIDIDIDWImmI wmmYWDID1 lIDID I Cum tee f Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In Ernest G Brown left Tuesday for Cincinnati Mrs J E Stormes returned from Lex ington Monday Mr J Stanley Webster of Cynthiana was here this week Little John Burnside Williams is able to be out again Mr J E Stormes has been to Somer set in a business trip Miss Frankie Kauffman is visiting relatives in Richmond Mr Victor Stone of Lexingtonspent Sunday with his parents Mr Guiger went to Ashland to the funeral of his father Mr Fisher Gaines and wife of Dan vile were visitors here Sunday Mr Brewer of Harrodsburg is visit ing his sister Mrs Wm Walden Messrs Frank Marksbury and James Pierce spent Sunday in Louisville Mesdames Emma Kauffman and Wm Cook visited Louisville this week Johnny Smith who has been quite sick for the past six weeks is improv ingMrs George Ballew of Richmond is visiting relatives in Lancaster vicin rMiss Louise Kauffman is at home again after a visit to relatives in Rich mond Mrs Lewis Francis of Richmond has been visiting Mrs Arch Kava naughMesdames Fannie Farra and S C Denny are visiting relatives in Lex ington BUY NOW I am compelled to sell to reduce stock for a larger line bought for the Fall trade attend Misses Maggie and Isabelle Hurt of Hiattsville were in town shopping MondayMiss Simpson has been visit ing Miss Mattie Thompson Danville Mrs Hugh Grant Misses Lou and Lillie Grant were visitors in Danville FridayMrs Kemper of Danville is the guest of her daughter Mrs Ophe lia Dunn Messrs Fisher Herring and Jerry Respess left for North Carolina Sun day night Mr and Mrs Edwin Arnold has re turned from a visit to relatives in PerryvilleA friends were entertained Thursday evening by Miss Margaret TomlinsonMr Davidson left Tuesday for a visit to Indianapolis and Spen cer Indiana John T Hays and wife of Hiatts ville were visitors at John T Will iams Friday Dr W M Hays of North Carolina is expected to visit his brother John T Hays this week Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr J C Thompson and wife Mr A R Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan have gone to Lexing ton for a few days visit Mrs W M Bogle has returned to Ow ensboro after a visit to her parents Mr W II Wherritt and wife Miss Willie Belle Burnside leaves this week for a music course at the Conservatory of Music Cincinnati Mrs T Terhune Mrs E Settles and Kyle Terhune of Danville spent Fri day with Mr Joe Faulconer and wife Messrs Henry and John Simpson Will and Charlie West John Doty and Dr visited Louisville Sunday Mr James Cunningham who is in the City National Bank of Columbus 0 has been visiting his mother Mrs Mary Cunningham Mrs W C McFarland and Miss Gena Dunlap who have been pleasant of Mrs R A Burnside returned Monday to Lexington Mrs Dr Carpenter and daughter Miss Tevis Misses and Nettie Ray of Stanford were here shopping tLe past week Herbert Kinnaird who has a posi tion with the L and N at Middles boro spent Sunday with his grandpa rents Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Dont Forget Josephs Opening of handsome Cloaks Furs to be held next Saturday 18th- We will have an expert from the city to fit gar ments Dont miss this rare opportunity I avenue Burnett visitors MaryBruce 0 g 2 2 i 0000000000000000 o 0 d 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000000- a 0000 0Q O 0 o Lexington Leader Mr Stephen Walker of Garrard county is in Lex ington and will remain during the winter student at the State Col lege QDr and Mrs J B Kinnaird entertain ed the teachers of the Graded School and Mrs Walker the County Superin tendent Friday in a very en joyable manner Mrs Louis Landram entertained Friday afternoon at live oclock tea at her home on Danville avenue in hon or of Mrs W C McFarland of New York and Miss Gena Dunlap of Lex ington News has been received of the of Miss Gena Bush of St Louis to Mr Lee Cox of St Louis which oc curred Wednesday Oct the eighth Miss Bush was quite popular in socie ty when she resided here and her ma ny friends wish her much happiness in her new life THE RECORD extends congratulationsDanville Mr Ben D don of Lancaster paid Judge Denton a visit yesterday Miss Lou J Grant of Lancaster the able correspondent of the News paid us a call this morn ing Mr Sam Lyons will leave this afternoon for Washington City to the National Laundrymens He expects to spend sever al days at the capital The following announcement has been received by friends Rev and Mrs T CKirkwoodannounce the marriage of their daughter Margaretto Mr William Ilardin West Wednesday October the Eighth nineteen hundred and two Colorado Springs Colorado At Home after November first 118 North Corona Street Richmond Climax Dr C C Faris of Lancaster was the guest of friends here Friday Mr William Denny of Garrard county brotherA- R Denny Sunday Miss Alice and Mary Hudson of Lancaster are the guests of Mrs E E McCann Messrs J N Denny and Joe of Garrard county were here Court day Miss Louise Kauffman Lancaster is the guest of Miss Van Greenleaf Mr W K Dennyof West Virginia who has been visiting in Garrard county spent several days in town last week A Dozen Times 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 receiyed any permanent bene tit from any medecine until 1 tried Foleys Kidney Cure After using two bottles lam cured C C J E Stormes 1m You cant reason a man out of he hasnt been reasoned into Beautiful Complexions Are spoiled by using any kind of that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear com plexion free sallowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional doses of IlerbS ne will cleanse the bowels the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 50c at R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m A Chinese philosopher says there is an ounce of wisdom at the root of eve ry gray hair ills Life In 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 eat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Elec tric Bitters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat have gained 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 What a mother lacks in skill she makes up in enthusiasm when she to cut her boys hair Do 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 Herbine 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 Herbine for several years There is nothing bet ter for malaria chills and fever head aches biliousness and for a ifying tonic there is nothing as good 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m It is far more heroic to suffer great misfortunes in silence than is to ac complish great things to a bass drum accompaniment Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smith of 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 strings For Sale Ten nice two year old Stears weight 1000 pounds all red J W heater Buckeye Ky asa marriage yisited his Walker from instrength t doctors 2t evening hem attend Association McCorm- ack relatives anything preparation regulate anything attempts Sv It Right to the Spot When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to the spot said an old man who was it in to cure his rheumatism C R 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 a fine remedy for all aches and pains and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 25c 50c and 100 atR E McRobertsdruggist 1m MANSE Remember the Teachers at Cartersville next Saturday Oct 18 also a chestnut hunt in the after noon Everybody is invited to come and bring lunch Miss Alice Henderson of your city has been with Miss Mattie McCor mack Mrs L L Walker of was the Presbyterian Church Sunday Miss Mayne Ramse for a visit to Lexington Capt John Doty and daughter Franky attended the Unveiling of the at Perryville last week The Capt says he roamed over a that he saw just 40 years ago with 700 dead and dying Mr Walter Walker of Stanford was with the home folks Sunday Mr John sick with fever the rest of the family are convalescing We do not know of any other sort of live stock on the farm where the of pure blood will make the good results known sooner than when used on the swine The hog is comparatively prolific and breeds The demand is for the well bred hog in good condition Such hogs are not only capable of carrying the most flesh but have the faculty of on at the least cost of time and feed Look Out For Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by the system with De Witts 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 The most difficult for some people to remember is the poor The Worst Form Multitudes are singing the Kodol the new discovery which is malting 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 all over Mrs Cranfill of Troy I T writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and which grew into the worst form Filially I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am cured I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It digests what you eat 1m The prettiest thing in feminine headgear is a good humored face Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It is the chilarens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does them good and they grow up healthy and strong 25c at R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Its better to bow your head than break your fool neck Spent Than 1000 W W Baker of 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 Foleys Honey and Tar and thanks to this great remedy it saved her life She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse substitutes C C J EStormes The circulation of the blood is revolutionForty Torture To be relieved from a torturing after 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone is what 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 counterfeits It spoils some peoples appetite for endeavor when they taste of defeat Wise men make mistakes but only fools repeat them Americas Famous Beauties 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 Shortsighted people are naturajly close observers Season Tickets The Lancaster Lyceum Company has guaranteed payment to six 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 application- of Association Lancaster a t left Saturday Tatum is very putting- it cleansing thing praises- of entirely Plainview recommended sanguinary DeWitts standard separately does rubbing Monument battlefield covered introduction early dyspepsia indigestion Mot hers tore disease Business and Bargains J For cotton sacks for clo ver seed II A B Marksbury Son Save labor and expense oy buying a Deering Corn Harvester from Gaines Bros s18tf Buy Blankes celebrated coffees Sold Davidson Blue grass seed for sale II A B Marksbury Son You must come in and pay your ac count I need the money and must have it R A Stone 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 Wanted Clover timothy Ger man Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son Buy International Poultry Food the greatest egg producer known Sold only by Currey Davidson For Rent A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson- at National Bank School The school tax book for this year is now ready Please call and settle as we need the money 94tf E W Harris Treas A fresh line of Griffin Skelley Co evaporated fruit best on the market at Currey Davidson Garaard Hotel Notice All those indebted to the Garrard Hotel for meals and etc please call at the National Bank of Lancaster and settle their accounts with Mr S C Denny who will receipt for same tf Respt T B Long Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge 923tf Full line of Lippencott Cree Cos pure Preserves Come in and taste our samples and give us your order Currey Davidson Wehave for sale a lot of brick on the Parsonage lot which we are anx ious to get off the premises and we would like those who want any to call and buy them at once Wm H Wherritt Wm H Kinnaird f BId Com Subscriptions to the Parsonage are now due and we hope the subscribers will call and pay them promptly the money is needing W H Kinnaird treas MadeToMeasure Cloaks Have a cloak made to measure We will have a man from the city here on Saturday the 18th and it will cost nothing extra to have a garment made so why let others palm off cheapgrade garments when you can get the best from us Remember the date Oct 18th Josephs cloak and fur opening Oct 11th mount ITIcIIIck Embroidery- I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue 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 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 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 preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can sate cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post office unclaimed weekending Oct 16th 1902 Offer Bollen W V Tichener Lucre HardenIf for say advertised Wm West P M i t SaleNew by Currey Tax Brick l t j healthcall I C S C S R oseph S ELECTION NOTICE To Issue Bonds For Water Works At the regular stated meeting of the City council of the City of Lancaster Ky held on the first Monday in September Sept 1st 1902 the or r was made On motion duly seconded It Is ordered and notice is hereby given thut an election will be held In the city of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky at the general which Is to e held upon Tuesday after the first Monday In November 1902 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 rite 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 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 dolIarsSOO annua lly said indebtedness I to be incurred for the purpose of erecting 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 4000each that is lOOOOOat the end of each five years from the date of the bonds Said bonds shall bear interest payable annually at a rate not exceeding 5 percent per anuum 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 oi the city of Lancaster an Indebtedness by the Issuance and sale of bonds in the total sum of twenty four thousand the purposeof erect Ing and maintaining a system of waterworks for said city and levying a tax each year at a rate sufficient to pay the interest not exceed 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 YES 1 NO fjATTEST W B MASON Clerk of the City Council of the Cityof Lancaster Ky 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 STUAYED From my place on Sep tember22nd a black boar with white face weight about 200 Ibs Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tf Dont think because I only owe him 2 or 75 that he can make out with out that small amount remember 200 or 300 such accounts amount to quite a little sum So come in and settle at once R A Stone Fine 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 Dan ville election ing5per I following create incurring ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge- I am a candidate for the Democratic nation for the judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLSY For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chas A Hardin as a candidate before the Democratic party Commonwealth Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon W C Bell as a candidate before the Democratic par ty for Circuit Judge of this the Thirteeth Ja diciaial District Kodol Dyspepsia Cure what ysw sat IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR TO US We defy any competitor to turn out more satisfac tory work than PROMPTNESSGOOD GENERAL SATISFACTION- We make a specialty of Family Washing this being under the sole charge of ladies Danville Stem Laundry SMITH CURREY Agents Lancaster Ky Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the digestive la the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulence Sour Nausea Sick Headache allotherresults of imperfect digestion Large site smallgize Prepared by E C CO Cfclcaao MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c 1 Trial Bottle bee nom ts IlUNDRY fORK ours 1 tde- partment 3m Kodol organs Prlcesoc contains 2 t1mee Book abou dyspeps1ama1ledfzee DeWITT FOR HayFeverPleurisy 3 C G5 and 1 4 1 1 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 de termined to GO OUT OF BUSINESS in order to close a partnership The business will bear investigation Good Clean New Stock Well Bought SALE1 Dry Goods and Notions All Calicoes 4c Flannelettes Persian Styles at lOc go at 8 cents Plaid Dress Goods worth 12c and 15c for 8 and lOc CLOTHING GOODS Mens Jeans pants 65c up Dens Corduroy pants 125 and up Everything else in Selleverywhere FURNISHING proportion HATS CAPS BOOTS and SHOES Womens everyday Shoes for 85c worth 125 We have anything you want at corresponding reduction Womens Childrens Boys Youths and Mens Boots and Shoes GROCERIES TINWARE QUEENSWAE 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 This sale begins at once and continues please DO NOT ASK IT All who know themselves INDEBTED TO US will please come in at ONCE and PAY UP and therebysave trouble and annoyance WARD SYMPSON LANCASTER KY CASHWe I J s 4Ciya For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Clover Seed mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Clover Seed mar ket price Banks Hudson 918 tf Twenty to forty bushels Bluegrass Seed for sale W B Denny Point Leavell o2tf Usually the chickens that eat the most grit are in the best condition Pastures show wonderful and good grazing is assured Late garden vegetables are in good condition and Irish potatoes are very fineA clean and healthy ration can be much lessened in value by feeding in a Jllthy trough or pen Wheat sowing has progressed well except in localities where there has been too much rain No danger of consumption if you use Foleys Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough C C J E Stormes Apples have continued to fall and are a very poor yield There are no peaches of any consequence- To fatten a chicken to the best ad vantage it must not be allowed its or much of its food will run awayCorn cutting is well advanced and late fields have continued to improve The crop will be nearly up to the as a whole No one should expect an animal to be profitable and make a living from 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 U E McRob erts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m the refuse of the farm and yet this is what many farmers expect the hogs to doFoleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m Forty ducks well cared for will weigh 200 pounds at ten weeks old and this will than the same weight of pork which it will to 30 weeks feeding to produce on a single pig If a horse steps on a nail or a wound is made by any blunt pointed the horn should be thinned down and a free opening made for the escape of the pus and the foot put in a poultice of ground flaxseed Squire Royalton of Mercer sold a LI WantedHighest WantedHighest improvement liberty cost less take25 p average S Instrument The traditional washday tests a womans strength to the full Her back is bent continually over the washboard She lifts and carries all day long Frequently she leaves the steaming laundry to rush into a draught of air and incur the danger ofasevere cold What must a wom an endure who does these things when she is suffering from wom anly diseases Every movement must be painful to her and aggra vate her condition Fortynine women out of fifty who suffer from womanly diseases can be perfectly and permanently cured by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ul ceration and cures female weakness In the I was taken sick writes Mrs Edna Crowder of Ripley Lauderdale CoTenn My limbs ached had severe pains in back and lower of bowels I kinds of medicine and four of the best doctors in the country until I gave up all hope of recovery In January 1901 I wrote to Dr R V of N Y and received from him a letter telling me to try his medicines I took eleven six of Favorite Pre scription five of Golden Medical Discov ery one vial of Pellets and used one box of Lotion Tablets and one of Healing Suppositories and am now able to work at I want to Thanks to you for your valuable medicines and kind advice Keep the bowels healthy by the timely use of Dr Pierces Pellets They cure constipation and its many consequences I tt tt h MONI7A Y establishes bunch of hogs everyone his own rais ing for 6000 probably the largesthog sale by one producer ever made in the StateGood fences make good neighbors After harvest you can catch a day when you can with a hammer tight ener staples go over your fences and find the holes or where they are weak and put them in order It may save much loss of corn and possibly death of cattle later For making plum pudding duck eggs are more economical than those of fowls they are larger in size and richer In the household duck eggs 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 be yond human aid before the doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to One Minute Cough Cure Liquifies 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 I intended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal are used in making all kinds of cakes omelettes cooking generally and they are also relished fried It is rather poor economy to keep many matured horses on the farm for young ones will do the work nearly or quite as well and be constantly increa sing in value while the matured ani mals will to some extent at least be gradually decreasing in value M J Farris of Danville made a big cattle sale of 438 head of export to B F Sanders of Harrodsburg The cattle averaged aboutl300pounds and brought 565 They were for October delivery Our most progressive farmers have printed stationery It gives the air of business to their correspondence The value of the advertising it gives them is worth several times its cost and will also give their return address on the envelope Some farmers have the mistake idea that sheep can get along with very little water in winter The fact is that they require it as regularly as regularly as other stock and ten head will use fully as much as a 1200 pound horseGood clean seed is only one of the many important conditions upon which a crop of wheat will depend there must be good wheat land thor oughly well prepared and the supply of plant food must be sufficient for the needs of the crop at all stages of its growth A light coat of stable manure spread evenly upon the sur face and harrowed in will go far insuring success A large proportion of the tobacco is housed but in the western portion of II cattle toward SCROFULAI bequeath to my children Scrofula with allots attendant horrors humiliation and suffering a strange legacy to leave to posterity a heavy burden to place upon the shoulders of the young treacherous disease dwarfs the body and hinders the growth and development of the faculties and the Scrofula is a disease with numerous and varied symptoms enlarged glands or tumqrs about the neck and armpits catarrh of the head weak eyes and dreadful skin different of the show the parentageis presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood This dangerous and stealthy disease entrenches itself securely in the system and attacks the bones and tissues destroys the red corpuscles of the blood resulting in white swelling a pallid waxy appearance of the skin loss of strength and a gradual wasting away of the body- S S S combines both purifying and tonic properties and is guaran all scrofulous affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and strong and a complete and permanent cure is soon effected S S S improves the digestion and assimilation of food restores the teed entirely vegetable making ittheideal remedy in color to the skin and vigor to the weak and emaciated body Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise and help you in every possible way to regain your health Book on blood and Skin diseases free SWIFT SPECinc CO AU mta lost properties to h blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthy THe f Gal the State many late fields were stand Ing these show improveimiit and if favorable weather continues will Increase the product of dark to bacco considerably In some locali ties there is complaint of huubc burning but tobacco is generally curing well BUCKEYE W F Fayne sold a big bunch of shoats to Jessie Simpson at Glc per lb J W Brown is having his dwelling has several carpenters remodelling his dwelling Much interest is being manifested in the series of gospel meetings in at this place CMiss Cora Long of Kirksville is the guest of her brother Robt Long Born to the wife of J T Jackson last Wednesday an 8 Ib boy Thos Brown the aged grandfather of Jim Harden with whom he resided died last Thursday of cancer of the stomach Little Mahala the 18 months old daughter Mr and Mrs Win Ray Jr died last Thursday night of brain trouble A B Cbinn aged sixtyeight years a prominent merchant of Lexington was shot and killed in his bedroom at his home in that city at 320 oclock Saturday morning by two masked burglars His son Asa Ohinn woonded in a fight with the two burglars They made from the window by which they had entered the house The Lexington po lice are at work on a clew which may result in the arrest of the robbers The Lexington police have discovered some raluabla circumstantial evidense con necting the young tramp suspects Earl Whitney and Claude OErien with the murder The boys are rest less and nervous under confinement and the police believe that OBrien will soon break down Whitney is from Nashville where he has been in trouble frequently lie has a fresh woond in his leg and when the bullet was extracted at the jAil it was found to be of the same caliber as that fired from Asa Chinns pistol Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAUD CIRCUIT COURT Sarah Burdetts Admr PUT vs Sarah Burdetts Hrs Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its Au gust Term 1902 in the above styled case 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 Garrard county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a leaning Sycamore on Doolins Fork of Sugar Creek thence up the same S 30 W 20 50100 poles to a beech s 12f w 33 poles to a stake s 38 iv 4f poles to a stone on a hill side thence s 2 w 16 poles to stone corner to E Brown Hall farm thence up Doo lins branch excluding the stone fence and with same s 1S w 7 poles to a stake near a gate post on a branch another corner to Brown thence s 18 w 17 poles to a stake on a branch thence up said branch s 85t w 3Gi poles n 77J w 23 poles to a stake in the south side of said branch thence n U e 61 poles to a locust tree thence s 71 e 14 poles to another locust thence n 371 e 2 poles to a stone thence n e 61 poles to a stone in a branch corner to Burdett thence s GG e 109 poles to the beginning containing 71 acres and 12 polesThis tract of land is sold for the nurpose of satisfying the claim of Francis Clark as Admr of NancyAnn Clark deceased the amount of the claim being 36177 with interest thereon at G per cent per annum from August 31st 1897todateof saletowit Oct 27 1902 amounting to the sum of 47367 and the costs of action 5477 making a total to be realized the sum of 52844 TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing G per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment 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 MT HEBRON The farmers are very busy sowing wheat A good rain was gladly welcomed by the people of this vicinity Saturday Mrs Wm Humphrey is very ill at this writing Mrs Luther Raney who has been very sick for some time is improving slowly Uncle Sam is giving a number of the men of this locality employment by repairing Lock No 8 Drs Dunlap and Elliott performed an operation on W D Scott last and the patient seems to be a long nicely Miss Dessa Ham of Jessamine spent a part of last week with Miss Eva Al Barker and bride Rice Onstott and wifeand ie Onstott all of Daviess county are the guests of Isaac Barker and family Harve Nelson of Harrodsburg spent from Friday until Monday with his best girl here Miss Mua of Bryantsville snent night with home folk Misses Lula Scat and Belle Brumfield ac companied by Messrs Alfred Dean and Irvine Hycle of Pink of Jessamine were the guests of Miss OlaScott Sat urday and Sunday Jesse Duncan Hanley Is with his brothers at this place Tom Norris and family of Bryantsville spent Sunday with Da vid Montgomery and wife i1 improvedWillie was 2S Monday getting lenMr Robert Mrs Peach Montgomery Saturday t great progress seriously their escape f Commissioners Sale of Lund GAKUAUD CIRCUIT COUUT O S WHliams TIM Tf vs More ce DTls By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at 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 2 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 two fallen oaks in the cliff of Smiths branch thence s G5 w 3G poles thence s 2 58 poles to a stake 3G poles to a stake thence s 30 w 32 poles toastake in Iloskins field thence s 55 w 36 poles to a stake on the West side of Scotts branch a short bend in same s 58 poles to an oak and lynn in said branch corner to Floyds 59 E GO poles s 7G 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 less in the whole but from said boundry is deducted about two acres sold by said O S Williams to said Moores prior to Feb 1st 1901 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 follow ing liens First to O S Williams lien debt of 1872 with interest at the rate of G per annum from Feb 2nd 1901 until paid to the sum of 2057 Oct 27ih 1902 the day of sale and the costs of this action expended 9823 making the total to be realized on O S Williams debt the sum of 21G5 23 Second the lien debts of RichaRd Foley as follows 8432 with six per cent interest thereon per annum from April 18th 1S99 to Oct 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to sum of 52237 31GG with G percent interest thereon per annum from Feb 28th 1900 to Oct 27th 1902 amounting to the sum of 3070 5 with G per cent interest thereon per annum from Feb 1st 1901 to October 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to the sum of 552 1780 with interest thereon at i per cent per annum from Feb 1st 1901 to Oct 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to the sum of 1905 The total amount of the several debts with interest to the date of sale being 58424 and the costs expended 81582 making the total to be realized on debts the sum of SGOOOG The total of both debts interest and costs to date of sale being 270529 TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of G months bond with good se curity will be required of the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAUD CIUCUIT COUUT Wm Wrenn PltlLvs J S Minor Son Dfts Consoli and j dated Harriett E Stone PltiT Cases VS J S Minor Son Dfts By virtue of Judgments of the Gar rard Circuit Court in these Consolida ted cases rendered at its August Term 1902 1 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 Garrard County Ky in the City of Lancaster Ky between Richmond Street and the Louisville and Nashville RailRoad and known as of the C C Stormes homestead being bounded as follows at a stone corner at the East edge of an Alley and 30 feet south of Stormes corner thence along the East edge of said alley s 5 w lG3f feet to the intersection of Buford street thence with the North edge of Said street s 851 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 s 4 w 125 feet to the RailRoad right of wav thence along and with the same n e 100 feet thence n SH e 90J feet to R G Wards corner in rail road right of way thence Nith Wards line fence n 5 e 240 feet to a stone corner 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 date of sale amounting to the sum of 2020 and Harriett E Stones debt of 50000 with interest thereon at 6 per cent per annum from May 7 1900 to Oct 27 1902 the date of sale amounting to the sum of 574 16 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 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Recommendation Sept 13 1902 We the undersigned have seen an Ideal Deering Corn Binder at work on Mr McKechnies farm today and can say while it was tried in corn dead ripe and on ground that was very steep it did splendid work in fact we could not ask for a corn binder to do better work than it does as it does the work as well as a wheat binder does in a wheat field It knocks 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 McKetchnje A P Sloan S P Weaver T C Rankin C C Gover Robert Rankin Fred Yokey and J M Rankin s18tf Dora L toastake w thence- s thence- s boundry thereon percent amounting Foleys 1 I I J part 76 payable- to oc 93t C Beginning Alien Hubble o- no ff Commissioners Sale of Land GAlUlAltD OllttUIT COUKT James limdiu LYtif- vs Jhiry llaruin o Dlis By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rare circuit Court rendered at its August term 1902 in the above styled case 1 will on MONDAY OCT 27th 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bicluer tHe oed property in Gurruui county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek anti boull dell as follows Beginning point in the middle of Sugar Uncle at the luuuih ut a branch corner to T L Yantis thence down said N 63i E 2 55 chains to a point on the East bank of same at the end of a stone fence about 140 chains up the Creek from the mouth ol a small branch or drain thence leav ing the Creek N 8Si K striking said drain and up the same 7SJO chains to a beech on the North side of and near the same drain about 12 or 14 feet from said beech a corner to Mrs Nan Brown thence with same N 5 E 445 chains to another beech corner to same N 40 E 1092 chains to a stake in a hollow corner to or drain with Tinsley S SG W 547 chains to a puint in drain 5 feet E of marked hackberry tree thence N 74 i W 250 chains to a beech tree corner to Tinsley and Win Adams thence still down the drain and with said Adams N 67 W 439 chains N 75i Ch n 85J w 4 chains to the middle of Sugar Creek thence down and with the middle of same n 10 w 2i chains to a point in the middle of said creek corner to A T Hardin thence leaving the creek and with said Ilardin up a branch s 58 w 320 chains n 72 w 2 20 chains n 83 w 3 20 chains s G2i w 51 chains s 76 w 6 chains to a stake in said branch corner to said Ilardin and the Easton tract thence the line of same s H w chains to a beech cor ner to same s 27 e 177 chains to a stone division corner of the Easton tract divided between the undersigned James Ilardin and A T Ilardin thence division 81 w 1487 chains to a stake a division corner in line R Payne thence with said Payne s 19 e 1095 chains to a stake on a hillside corner to same n 73i e 700 chains to a point in a branch corner to same and in line to T L Yantis thence clown said branch with said Yantis n 05 c 824 chains n 70 c 4 chains n 7ll e 3 chains s 84 e 2i chains s 6SJ e 5iO chains to the beginning containing 60 acres This sale is made to enforce a lien the amount of the lien debt being the sum of 500 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from Jan nth 1901 the date sued on until paid subject to the following credits 1125 paid Oct 19th 1901 and jhe further sum of 25025 paid March 12th 1902 leaving tlup on said debt on Oct 27th 1902 date of sale 278 05 and the costs of this action 9013 making the total sum to be realized the sum of 30818 TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JNO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of GAUUAUD CIUCUIT COUUT Leon Austin c Pills vs J M Duncan Admr c Dfts Bv virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit rendered at its Au gust Term in the above styled cse I will on MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1902 publicly before the Court House door Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property in Garrard county Ky on the waters of Scotts Fork Creek and on the East side of Poor Ridge turnpike road and bounded as follows pike road corner to S L Walker and J F Ray thence with the line of said Ray N75i E passing the south side of a hackberry tree at one pole and 1030 poles in all to a stake at the lower end of a stone fence thence n 73J 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 75 e 18 110 poles to an ash on the north side of same thence s 84i e 27 poles passing a scrubby sycamore at a stone and at the mouth of said branch in all poles to a stake in the middle of Scotts Fork corner to said Hay and Prather thence with the line of Pra with the middle and meand ers of said creek s 51 w 2350 poles to a stake s 36 e 9 poles to a stake s 14 e 20 poles s 35iw 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 w 88 poles to a point in the middle of the with the middle and meanders of said pike n 23 e 9 poles to the east edge or same thence n 9 w 2320 to the beginning containing 24 and 3 polesTract No 2 What 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 the same con veyed by the county Fiscal Court to It E Austin by Deed of Rec ord Deed Book 15 page 258 and Deed Book 17 page 515 Garrard County Clerks otlice and the onehalf thereof Garrard County Clerk ollice Neither of these tracts of land can be divided without materially impairing their value therefore 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 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing G per cent interest from day of sale until having the force and effect of a judg ment 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 DifMts what y n at a Creek Tinsley thence dowlI said 540 line s to I purchaser paidhaving lUG pointin I 2170 timer and 75 StephenL Garrard bydeed paid at following des hollow J Laid acres A n n n v 1 U l HdJimn 1 ilU IlHJfUH th3 I I Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable t None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday II cr e II OX S 0hj rePublic Squares Lancaster Ky r o 1 CT Ce a 11i 4 improvement j f t sass v urL r f A M BOURNE AUCTIONEEROffers ces to the people of this terirorv Perfect Satisfaction Uusirantucd Leave word at the CKNTKAL RKCOUD otlice or address me at Lancaster j That SmoothFinish So much desired by all for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 Maui St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kemickv men 53 W P RJ J An 1 JFO R WEAK oi IByspepsSa Cure Digests whet you eat AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Coimeticut German Phenix or Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Under writers Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile Aetna Life Ins Co sfHartforlCoQii f 1t E FAl9R 1E tfi lifjjTlahiilli3fL rtWOMEN 51itSURANCE Fol1ow Americans IJrL 3At1 3 g s lures lit 1IIcIllalll l C 2KS H3HA3 President j s ROBIXSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK o Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O C D WALKEI Bookkeeper o Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 2 S S S SKj 5 3 KS 5xSv5v3 5 xH 0 t LEWIS Y LEAYELL t IRIOXE Asst Cashr t t W G ChK7G C v C Gigr r First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and ORNAMENTAL PAINTING of workPAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store I experience S BEAZLEYWT Take Pills DENTISTOffice KinnttinlV OPTKJover br site PrifobytiTimi fhiirirli PHiiville street J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Notice To Creditors- All verso having claims a eattUo of A J Kice deceased will iresert sumo properly proven to the undersigned or our at torney J E Uol iusonat I incasttir Ky on or before October 15th 1902 Ceo T Hi inbotlnuH Jll5tJ Jesse C Fox AUmrs tint the l The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DENNY President Jolts E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier V j F Robinson Asst Cashr E T Embry Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird I493 o Q 2 0 o 2 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCO0000 00000000000 00 0 0 p o 0p p 0 00 p 02p 0 00 p 2 r C 0 0 0 O Q 000000000000000 OOOOOC OOO OOO JOOCC O Theytemporarily cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute natural functions M ural agitation caused by cathartics ujjA compels continual increasing doses to attain results acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Fevers and by going to the seat of tr trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE Unnat Inter- mitting N 3 IJ