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LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCT 23 1902 t THR CENTRAL RECORD rein lIUB30 y tt n r r t j IIIIL Earn 1 Superior I o I Wheat o 0 o Drills 0o 0o0eo0o o 0o All sold by 0oI Haselaen j Oc 060V00000004 OOOr 0 0 L R1 LUUEAZLEYGQj FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming t== We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law 08 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward o f 004 2 R 0 0 OC 0040404040-U V 0 OOJ00404040400 Items of Local Interest I utiil Shooting 8niiit Lick At 730 oclock Monday evening Dr C Edwin Poyntx and Mr John Silcr engaged in a pistol duel in front of Moore Champs store in Paint Licl as a result of which Dr Poyntx died at 4 oclock Tuesday morning and Mr Siler lies at his home in Paint Lick in a dangerous condition with one bullet wound through the right hip joint ranging upward and penetrating the cavity another through the left hand and yet another bullet grazed his left cheek clipping the ear An operation was performed noon him at 2 oclock Tuesday morning and his physicians report him in a dangerous condition Dr Poyntx received three wounds one in the left wrist one in the right arm between the wrist and elbow and the other in the left side at the lower border of the ribs penetrating the region the latter wound being the fatal one Both men used S calibre revolvers at short range opinions dif fer as to the number of shots ex changed but there were from eight to a dozen It seems from what THE RECORD man could gather that Siler had but recently taken charge of the hotel in Paint Lick and before he came Dr loyntz had boarded there but had changed boarding places when Mr Siler took charge Mr Slier ac cused Dr Poyntz of talking about his house and table and the men had had trouble before the immediate trouble arose over Dr Poyntx inviting friend a Mr Snyder who had stopped with Mr Siler to stop with him which Snyder did the men nice and were discussing their differences for a few minutes when they drew the revolvers and began tiring with the above serious results Dr PoyntK was years old unmar ried and a member the Masonic and several other orders and was also a member of the Garrard County Medi cal Society the majority of whom were at his bedside together with his father the Drs Gibson of Richmond and Carpenter of Stanford lIe was a son of Dr J M Poyntx of who is Major General Com mantling Kentucky Division Confed erate Veterans Mr Siler is a son of Mr Green Siler of this place and a brother of Marshal Mat Shier and married a daughter of County Assessor las McCailey Mr Siler is well known in Central Ken tucky as a handler of line horses The affair is deeply deplored by both par ticipants and it is thought the matter could have been amicably adjusted but for the interference of meddlesome outsiders who did too munch gossiping about things which did not concern them F r lit Ir drummer 3 I I C kidney Richmond I LOGAN DRY GOODS LANCASTER OUR TALL 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 assortment 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 ot 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 giving Everybody invited to inspect our large stock T T LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER l fti CO r x 1 t s M See the Midway here day and night 24 25 and 27 Clean up the town Theres enough old paper and other trash scattered ovei the streets to till ten acre lot VrniiKtl runic and HEoukrfN Every child in the country should see Tanners trained animal show in Lancaster October 24 25 and 27 A Lexington paper reports as the Lancaster delegate to the Ky Synod Elder Doctor J L Moore We havent any Elder Doctors here That is a Danville name please Bro Ed Walton advertises a corn show the premiums to be given by himself As he advertised a corn doc tor pretty extensively last week it looks as though the crop would be a little scare over there just now limn RKCOKU has been given the job of printing the ballots for the election next month Capt Doty be lieves in standing by home enterprises which shows he is made of the right kind of stuff 1 f every body looked at tilings this way Lancaster institu lions would all be successful Dr J M Acton of Bryantsvillc was called to Paint Lick to perform one of the most serious and delicate operations known to surgery on the infant son of E child being a freak in its anatomy The operation was a successful one and the young man has a chance for his life Next Monday will be County Court day We hope those owing for will not bother us by paying same We dont Heed it in fact it dont require any money to run a pa per Now please remember this dont worry us by continually nagging after us to accept subcriptions AVoni Till Danville ISews Brother Landram of fun LANCASTER RKCOUD refers Danville as the Center of the Uni verse and he is not far wrong either That being the case and the laws of gravitation still work out we will nat urally swallow up the surrounding sublunaries in the course of time Rev C M Chumbley left the city Monday morning for Barbourville where he will assist the pastor of the Presbyterian church key Thomas B Terhune in an evangelistic service of ten days Mr Chumbleys absence will not interfere with any service at the Presbyterian church Mr A 11 Denny will conduct the Teachers Normal Class Monday evening at oclock Prof Mannix the prayer service at 730 p m Wednesday and Rev Ilervey McDowell of Silver Creek Presbyterian church ate at bush services on Sabbath City Style Lancaster will present a metropoli tan appearance tomorrow Saturday and Monday 25 and 27 on account of the street Fair and Carnival which will exhibit several of the most novel and wonderful attractions known at 10 to L cents each together with bal loon asscnsions and other free each clay Come and bring your families Every thing will be con ducted decently and properly a season of pleasure and enjoy ment for all old and young rich and poor A Splendid LiCfturc The court house was tilled Wednes day evening with people to hear the gifted speaker Dr Barton in his lect ure which was advertised in last issue of this paper Dr Barton has travel ed all over the Holy Land and many other countries of interest and this lecture is indeed a gem It is seldom that a lecturer can please an entire audience especially in a small town but every one was pleased with Dr Barton and if he should lecture here again the house will not hold the crowd who would want to hear him The proceeds were given to the ladies society of the Methodist church and they greatly appreciate Dr Bartons kindness lIe was visiting his sister Mrs George M Patterson on Lexing ton street Coming Our Way There have been no new develop ments in the railroad situation save that the engineers have been doing much work at Burgin and this is a mighty good sign of success If the company is going to spend any money at Burgin it is a foregone conclusion that we will get the extension because they would do nothing at Burgin if they were going to run the line from Ilarrodsbug to Danville They are not allowed to build a parallel road and to run the line from Burgin to Danville would do this Some wise guys thats the right name say that as the Southern controls the Q C the building alongside the track will not be in violation of law but we think this will be a snag for Danville At any rate we have deck edly the best chances and for the steenth time THE RECORD will readers that Garrard is going to get the road The company will decide in a few days to straighten its line through IIarrodsburg and make in connections at Burgin then the matter will probably be dropped until next Spring when the company will tell Garrard she is ready for the right of way and will we have it ready Yea verily a Coal Milford Leethe Jar You tog willolllci l improvements subscription seven attractions furnishing C latter to- ILs 11 The Grand Ledge The editor is attending the Masonic Grand Lodge in Louisville this week lie has been Master of the local lodge for four years and there is no honor which he would appreciate more Lancaster always has open arms for hustlers but if you are the kind who find fault with everything and every body dont come We want no more who are down on everything not origi nated by themselves If you can root come to Lancaster That Little 1aradice Danville Advocate THE LAXCAS TEH RKCOKD speaks of citizens within that little paradice who have three or four layers of moss on their backs The luxuriant fungus thrives to some extent in this locality also but weve the not in the neck Luxuriant fungus guns Wonder if thats ketchin Your Only riiaiice This will be the first opportunity that many of our people will have to attend a street Fair They are being held in the leading cities and towns of our country and we are not regard ed as uptodate until we have seen them Come in next Friday and Monday 24 25 27 and sights Six attractions at 10 to 15 cents each splendid music and al free attractions Help Scarce We heard a gentleman say that it was almost impossible to get help for the farm Those hands who are account are always employed and good ones are in the minority it is next to impossible to get men to work There arc several hundred lounging about the town and county and they are the fellows who will come begging when winter sets in Keep tab and those you see lounging around now nothing this winter Still IM iilU Bad luck continues to play a big hand at the artesian well and break down occuared last week After the drill was repaired it was sent to some town away down in the mountains and this caused additional delay The indications for water grow brighter and we believe the project will prove a success If water is found in sullicient quantity it means the saving of many dollars to Lancaster taxpayers and the Council deserves great praise for making this trial If no water is found the town is nut out one cent Ztliiite Your Hollar Count There are more advertising fakes today than any other classof swindles We cant see why a merchant will be pulled into these frauds when he can get the benefit of a newspaper which goes right in to the fireside of every family in the county The Elizabeth town Pews says Longfellows line Things are not always what they seem applies as well to advertising as to other things If the newspaper offering you space established reada ble and read Is the circulation bo nilide with people who are buyers and are able to pay for what they want Has the paper the confidence of its readers that it will impose upon them no humbugs and fake enterprises Such a newspaper is necessarily the best advertising medium and its space will pay the advertiser if judic iously used The Noxvutpapcr Hoodoo There is a hoodoo in every pewspa per ollice It hides behind the cob webs and comes out at critical times and gets in its dastardly work says the Lawrenceburg News The story of how the newspaper hoodoo wasborn is told with hushed breath in every printing establishment Those who know say that when Ilerr Guttenben started the first newspaper in Germa ny a maiden lady of advanced years persuaded some irresponsible youth to marry her She left word at the news paper office that the thing be properly written up The paper told the facts including astatement about the brides looks and disposition and she being mad with iagesold herself to the dev il and was transformed into an evil spirit To this day this evil spirit prowls around newspaper otlices Dont laugh when you see ludicrous things in the paper They are the devils work Tiger Raided Of course Mat Silver knows theres tigers on the Chute he also knows it is about as easy to catch one as to catch the proverbial weasel asleep and those who grumble because he does not break up whiskey selling on the chute are unacquainted with the hardships an otlicer encountered in his efforts to break up the liquor traffic but the tiger as the sleeps occasionally and then Mat gets in his work Wm Wallace colored was caught bringing in beer and under the Farris law was tined 50 and given 10 days in Jail Chas Dickerson and Billy Farris are in jail in default of bail with three warrants each against them charged with selling liquor as is also Frank Lytle with one warrant It is safe to say that when these are through with Judge Shugars they will not dispense of the joyful soon and when they have served theirsentences which are inevitable will be willing to go and sin no more got railroadand ei there Saturday seethe severn a ash ive mother weasels offenders anymore I highly t Dont forget the Street Fair and night Oct 21 25 and 27 A boiler inspector was here over TirE RECORDS engine recently and he said the best kept engines hi ever saw were those at the electric light plant and flour mill which an under the careful charge of Wes Za none Wes is the best engineer in Kentucky and his machinery is al ways as neat as a new pin A Splendid Arrangement Arrangements have been made at the telephone exchange which will prove a great convenience to parties wishing to take the night train The central office will for a small fee as certain if the north bound train is on time and ring you up in time to dress and go to the depot The north bound trains are late very frequently and the splendid system of telephones will the operator to know when the train passes a certain station and will ring you in time to make the train in in this way you can frequently get several hours sleep The fees for the the service are very small Lancaster Still Enterprising Keeping apace with the times we will hare Merchants Street Fair and Carnival here on FridaySaturday and Monday 24 25 and 27 beginning There are seven different attractions at 10 to 15 cts each such as will be appreciated by the young and old As Monday will be court day the ladies and children should come and see the sights on Friday and Saturday avoiding the large crowd on Monday Breing the street Fair held in our city of course everybody will attend It would be a sin to keep the children away Balloon ascension and other free attractions each day together with splendid music The Carnival comes from Paris to this city and is highly recommended Jolly Joe One of the chief attractions at the street Fair in this city Oct 24 25 and 27 will be Jolly Joe the fat boy in his wonderful feats Who to Deal With When wanting anything in the line buyers are often puzzled to where to send their order every one in this section orders of old reliable firm of Hillenmeyer whose card appears in this issue of THE RECOUD but for may not have heard of him we want to say you will never regret sending him your order TIe is the leading nurse ryman of this section and is strictly reliable in every particular Read his and send him your orders day looking tomorrow it nursery know the fear some card Nearly Grand Carnival here day and night October 21 25 and 27 Good Order Insured The City Council has licensed Street Fair and its attractions police force will see that good prevails on Friday Saturday Monday No violations of law will permitted The Truth Hurt An old newspaper man says when a man gets his just dues through a news paper and is held up in his true light before the people then is the time he gets mad and gives a deep basso snort We share the experience of running up against such a light weighted fool occasionally and so does every Truth is what hurts and when a true light is thrown on mans shady actions then is the time you can hear him bellow An Inventive Genius Richmond Register Mr JnoRuck er the clever engineer at the water works has made an invention that promises to revolutionize the work of all households if patented and put into use He has invented a water motor that can be attached to the family sewing machine and to the family churn and in this way the work of two persons can be done at one time All his wife has to do is to place the milk in the a gar ment on the sewing machine then have the motor attached and while the butter is being made she can be making a garment Mr Rucker is of an inventive turn of mind and will if not watched invent something some day that will make him rich Beautiful Tribute Col W C P Breckinridge in his speech atSt Louis accepting theKen tucky Building site paid the State the following beautiful tribute may be said of Kentucky what ever may be said of her internal af fairs she has always been a liberty loving people she I is sacrificed all for freedom sho I a seen brave for her sons to die whenever freedom needed a soldier she has come to the front when a Clay was needed to bring a State like Missouri into the Union and today Mr President Kentuckys sons who are here represented in with Missouris sons to crown this great achievement which we are to commemorate with success you hand in hand and in conclu sion I would say can we not this af ternoon put everything into one grand song We are brothers in all our am bitions and enterprises we are co workers in all the hopes of the fu ture the and and be churnput independently cooperation join order newspaperman Whatever PREACHER8VILLE Mrs Payne continues quite ill J H Thompson has moved to the farm he bought of Mr King John Anderson has gone to Corbin where he will stay a while The sale of G W King was well at tended and everything sold well cows from 320 to 843 the jack brought 8250 horses sold high Col B F Robinson bought 108 hogs here Monday paying 6ic Walter Pettus bought 50 barrels ot corn from Cook for 8160 in the fieldJ L Hutchins bought 50 barrels ot corn from Tom Shaw at delivered Sol Rigsby bought a horse from J P Rogers for 65 Born to the wife of Logan Thomp son a tine is stepping high Also the same night the 18th a fine boy to the wife of Rev J E Terrill Rev Dean of Lexington has been here for a few days in the in terest of the Christian Alliance Mrs E Barker of Crab Orchard has been visiting friends here for a few days J B Hutchins attended the Teachers Association at Cartersville Saturday John Payne of Lebanon is visiting his mother Wick Hutch ins has moved to his fathers where they will have a sale next Friday when all of them will leave for Okla homa Meniiee Elmore and wife were visiting Logue Thompson and wife Sunday No Place Like Host We know a farmer who got the into his head that he wanted to his farm Some time ago he con cluded he wanted to sell so he told agent to sell if possible A dollars isnt to be picked up day so the agent let himself out a little used some printers ink per consequently the other day he brought a man to the farm sold it to for the price asked and a forfeit payment made In two hours after purchaser left the seller began to a queer feeling in his head The thought struck him that he was now living on another mans farmor would in a few days In four hours he to wonder what he would do or where he would go He doesnt say whether he slept any that night or not but he was astir so bright and early next morning that he was on the to town by sunrise where he the agent his 100 and the man thought he had bought the farm another 100 to release him from tho Bargain It cost this man 3200 to find out there is no place like the old homestead Local on 2 Page J F 2 boyLogue notion sell his haps him the have be began road paid who More hundred every SOME BECAUSES Why you should buy your Fall Suits and Overcoats of us We are able to fit any size or shape man BECAUSE we have all sizes and shapes in stock We fit you as well as the Tailor BECAUSE Tailors make our SUITS and OVERCOATS We are entitled to your trade BECAUSE were a firstclass ONE PRICE HOUSE You should trade here BECAUSE on as well made SUITS and OVERCOATS You take no riskBECAUSE we will refund your MONEY if you are not satisfied 11UI 01 I I S m r I I m II t e p priceDp D t y The Clothier Clothier oneprice I e 0D II D T Logan I i f r n r OJ BO YOU NEED A VEHICLE fiJ rn mJ i IHji0f IID t l Q f3 I I BUGGIES gJ 8P TONS SUIUtIESl rJI If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can buy and at prices that 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 absolutely 0 1 I WAGON GEAR BREECHING TRACES COLLARS illELM 0 R E fr 8frlJ8rn i 8 o xc ROMANS F1 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in ancaster Ky SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Oct 23 rgO2 MANSE The Teachers Association at Car tersville was a very profitable and en Joyable affair There were some very interesting recitations and essays on the program and an abundant dinner was served Richard Ballard the 17 year old son of Mr and Mrs George Ballard died at his home Friday and was enterred in the Lancaster Cem etery Saturday Funeral services were held at the residence by Rev Roberts of Lexington Mrs John Doty and children visited in Lancaster last week Miss Catharine Wells of Junc tion City is visiting Miss Lizzie Best Mrs John Reid who has been very sick with fever is improving Mr Ollie Wallace has returned to Indiana where he is engaged in business and his many friends regret to give him up Miss Jennie Wallace visited ia Kirksville last week Misses Sal lie Secrest and Lula Wheeler together with Covington Jett and W M Hen dren of Kirksville and others were with Misses Doty Saturday Evening MT HEBRON Every body remember the series of meetings will begin at this place next Sunday All are cordially invited to Raymond Preston who has been ill with scarlet fever is improving Miss Eva Allen will entertain her friends at a candy pulling Thursday eveningMr Duncan and wife spent Saturday night with her mother Mrs M A Sanders Mr G A Bruce and wife were the guests of their laugh ters Mesdames Ella and Georgia Gam mQns near Burgin Saturday and Sun day Misses Beatrice and Peachie Mae Sanders were the guests of Mrs M Duncan Saturday Messrs H L Thompson and Willie Onstott were calling Sunday evening when both their horses became frightened broke loose and both buggies were much damaged W D Scott is corrvalesc ing WALLACETON Born to the wife of Chas Gentry on the 17th a girl Miss Sallie Cade who for a month has had typhoid fever is now able to sit up some ten days meeting at the M E church here conducted by Rev A P Smith closed Sunday night James W and J B Wallace sold a bunch of sheep and lambs to E L Woods at 2c per lb for the sheep and 2c for the lambs Bro Sturgill was called from here to Bybeetown to preach the funeral of Mrs Cornelius Sunday and sent D Smith to fill his appointment at Paint LickQuite a number from our vicinity attended the laying of the corner stone of the great Industrial Building at Berea Saturday The exercises were both interesting and impressive- J A Baker has just received from his son J M Baker at PlattsburgMo a box of nice things Among the rest was a substantial cane The Squire said that was a little premature but it was real amusing to see him making his first appearance in the crowd at Berea Saturday Look Out For Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by the system with DeWitts 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 1 I as I comeLittle W cleansing L The Delayed Letter Menefee McQuerry is ill of rheuma II Furr sold Sweeney Morgan heifers at S3 per hundred There was preaching at Good Sunday by the pastor Rev A J Mur rell G W Spangler visited W H Furr Saturday night Letcher Crow and wife of icholasville James Under wood and Mrs Wm McCarleyof Parks ville spent last week with Mrs Archer Mose Lawson and wife visited Mrs Wm Lawson Sunday Milton Mahan and sister of Willumis burg visited at S Archers last week Mesdames Martha Schooler and Mattie Rout visited Mrs M A Archer Sunday Snake Eater Among the marvelous features the street fair tomorrow and Monday will be Carno the snake eater Dont miss it BUCKEYE Oscar Ray sold a horse to Will for S100 Wm Davis bought of Joe Simpson one cow for 2250 Hiram Ray will move to Oscar Rays farm on lovers lane Wm Jones Jr bought of Chas Mob erley one horse for 850 Robt Long bought of Thomas Hill two mules at 75 each Wm Jones sold to Chas Moberly one hog 345 lbs at 6 cts per lb Oscar Ray bought a horse Sunday of Morris Murphey for 11500 Felix Jones bought of Aron Ray a bunch of shoats for 350 a head Will Burton bought of Thomas Hill a bunch of mules for 771 a piece Mr Willie Ramsey sold to Mr Mal Carter a bunch of calves for ten dol Mr Robert Long sold to Thomas Hill one horse for 100 one to Edd Wearren for 50 Mr James Hardwick and Mike will erect a nice wood work and black smith shop on the latters property Mrs Harbe Dean and daughter are visiting the formers brother Mr Alex Miles Miss Rebecca Sparks was married to Mr Tom Gay last Thursday at the brides home The ceremony was said by Rev John Bruce Mesdames Harve Wheeler and Mary Teater and Oscar Teater of near Harrodsburg are the guests of Mrs Herod Ray Mr J ENeviews of Stanford visited his friend Miss B Ray Sunday Mr Mike who has been in business at Winches ter for several months has returned home Miss Pauline Foster having visited her cousin Mrs Calvin East near Richmond for several months will return home the 28th Mr John Ramsey who is visiting friends here remains seriously ill Wonderful One of the greatest mysteries at the Carnival October 24 25 and 27 will a statue manifesting life or turning to life as it is usually expressed Dont be a Crank Somerset would common place and dull if there were no cranks to enliven it They are the bitter herbs which palates surfeited with sweetness greatly relish The crank when he does not degenerate into a bore in which case his earthly death is to be deplored sets some people to thinking Other people he amuses That is not his intention but the man who amuses the whether he does it intentionally or unintentionally is a useful member of the body politic Sure Sutufactlo The diversity of attractions free under night and day October 24 25 and 27 satisfy the diverse tastes of everybody In the country e ljr lienS tismW Burton tars each Nicholasville JournalLife community canvass will FLAT WOODS fly Hop Frances Saturd Fort not ADDITONAL LOCAL Old lMuiitutlril SIlO IV See the old lime negro show with songs dancing and splendid music at the street Fair tomorrow Saturday and Monday Admission 15 cents The Cumberland Baptist Associa tion in session at Springfield Penn has adopted the following resolution Resolved That we will support no man for the lower house or State Sun ate in the pending election who is in any way opposed to temperance legis lation or who will not commit himself beforehand on the question JUudlue Drill The young gentleman of Lancaster have decided to give the Dudine it Drill at Mrs Reids entertainment at the Court House tonight to get even with the young ladies who will give the Dude Drill They say they will make beautiful young ladies Dont fail to see them Admission 25cts Children 15cts Reserved Scats 35cts For Sale at McRoberts Drug Store This is to give fair warning to that the penalty will be added to town taxes in a few days so complain when the additional money is demanded This notice is to save you extra expense and during my Mr J W Hamilton will receive the taxes at the circuit court clerks ollice in court house Pay now and save several dollars S D Rothwell collector To Plano Owners Did you know that your piano will decrease in value very materially I you keep it in tune and have it looked over by an expert occasionally Well it surely will become almost useless if allowed to stand idle and out of tune The strings must be kept just right or you will soon lose all you paid for the instrument Mr W J Homer an expert piano man will be here Tuesday the 28th and any orders- e left at TUB RECORD office will bring him to your house that day THE RECORD can cheerfully recommend Mr Homer as all right in every Electric Theater Everybody will be amazed at the Electric Theater one of the shows at the Street Fair here next Friday Sat urday and Monday 21 25 and 27 ny wonders and curiosities will be presented Can You Tell is the boast of Kentucky that her wealthiest class of citizens live in the that many of graduates and that in their homes can be found libraries that would do credit to professionals Can it be that in the pursuit for book larnin we have neglected that but just knowledge that can be picked up around us Could you answer these questions You can any day see a white horse but did you ever see a white colt How many different kinds of trees grow in your neighborhood and what are they good for Why does a horse eat grass and a cow forward Why does a hop vine wind one way and a bean vine the other Where should a chimney be the at the top or bottom Can you tell why a horse when with a rope always unravels it while a cow always twists it into a kinky not A Beautiful Kntcrtaiiuueiit Mrs A D Reid a very successful teacher of Physical Culture is drilling a class of sixteen of Lancasters most graceful young ladies for a Delsarte Entertainment at the Court House Thursday eveningthe 23d which prom ises to be exceeding line The Dude Drill will be a very interesting and catching feature and the Working given this same program at and Richmond in the past three weeks the large audiences which attend ed were greatly pleased Tine Daily Call says Mrs Reids en tertainment is new and novel her drills the most beautiful we have ever seen Dont miss it here tonight Thursday Admission 25 cts Children locts Seats 35cts for sale at McRob erts Drug Store What Attending Church Does A Kansas editor recently gave advice to the young men of his town It cannot be denied that church services develop the best there is in a man Church attendance suggests mind and body a away from ones self and where the conditions have a tendency to the machine to make ones self out of ones self and to a degree di rect channels of brotherly and charity and we have often wondered why bright young men well dressed and selfrespecting young loaf about the shops and street corners all Sunday morning- be while there are so many empty seats in the churches The greatest today in the world is the church and the young man who loafs on the streets Sunday sneers at Christianity the churches while neglecting or attend church services shows a lack of something in his makeup Church influenceschurch teachings are uplifting church ser vices when not tedious appeal to a mans better nature while they often entertaining and instructive No young man in the town can otTer a good reason for not attending church services at least once a Sunday and when a young man bristles up at mention of it he should be reminded that he Is not half as brave as he thinks he is Ex i e o rce I I I Fair taxpayers particular her farmers atcollege homelier asessential backwards larger bRayStanford ofand Frankfort II Reserved cleanlinessin getting reverse in the beness mencan refusing t o moral Vurnlnu don illness unless It It ti ki rev t t Notice Lancaster Prohibition Al Hance No 21 will meet at the usual place Odd Fellows Hall on Friday October 2lth at 7 p m Pleahe come Every body invited O T ted Wallace pnsidtnt SeeUIn A Now ll uiie Why not try the Great Southwest Interesting information condit ions and business chances in Kansas Indian Territory and Texas will be cheerfully furnished by 1A3IES liAUKEIt GenIPass Tkt Ajtf M K THy 518 Wainwright Bldg St large crowd is expected at Mrs Reids entertainment at the is tonight Thursday night Much interest is being manifested in and fifty of our nicest young ladies children and gentlemen are preparing an excellent program and they will you there you cannot afford to miss it Admission 25cts Children 15 of cts Reserved Seats 35 cts For Sale at S McRoberts Drug Store Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children take cold easily No disease costs more little than croup Its attack is so T sudden that the sufferer is often J human aid before the doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to One Minute Cough Cure the mucus allays inflammation re moves danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat and lung trouble F S McMahon Hampton Ga A bad cold rendered me voice less just before an oratorical contest intended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal Something is sure to be up when a gossip says Theres no use of No danger of consumption if you Foleys Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough C C J E The undertaker doesnt make much out of people who are buried in Out or Death When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver trouble that I had sutTered 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 R E McRob erts Lancaster and Fish drug store Paint Lick lm The marks of a tatooed man are often more interesting than his re marks Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E Stormes lm The living skeleton who fails eirn a living may appropriately be S2iit to the poor house It Goes Fight to the Spot When pain or irritation exists on any part of the the application- of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It goes right to the spot said an old man who was rub bing 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 tine remedy for all aches and and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 2 c 50c and 100 at R E McRobertsdruggist lm Silence in the court applies to the lovemaking of a deaf and couple 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 received any permanent bene fit from any medecine until I tried Foleys Kidney Cure After using two bottles lam cured C C J E Stormes 1m Should a temperance man avoid matrimony It is certainly an eye opener Beautiful Complexions Are spoiled by using any kind of that tills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear com plexion free from sallowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional doses IIerbine will cleanse the bowels regu the so establish a clear complexion 50c at R E Mc Roberts druggist Money makes the mare go and also takes money to make a horse trot 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 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 any thing 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 when a tune is in sharps flats it may sound perfectly natural Season Tickets The Lancaster Lyceum Company has guaranteed payment to six stan dard attractions to appear at the court on Nov 17th Dec 12th Jan 7 Feb 4th and 25th and March 18th They will sen season tickets good for all the attractions reserved seats 2 tickets not transferable This will a saving of 1 as tickets sold sep arately will cost 50 cents each tf The man who has been eating cloves doesnt always make spicy remarks 2 s is of 11 J T ba out Ion Natural soM lives L f lqm leg talking oblivion Jaw Cu body preparation hislate liver and ndeat ilesEven arehouse thebe in cicluck Louis- A Courthouse aspect Anxiety beyond us C Storm Scat pained dui C ii S 1 es in lfu 111 or or ThirtyTwo NimltterM An Evansville Ind special says The champion of the world in the matter of a father of girls was loca in this dry today lit is John W Street of Me Yernon 111 Street is working on the street improvements and was arrested charred with beat a board bill of 125 When put the witness stand he swore that was 18 years old and the father of girls All of my daughters died but 20 said the old man 1 have a hard time making a living for those that are left Justice Thompson the case and sent the old man back to work on the street where he receiving 8150 a day The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent the law F Embry Price Bros Ed N IS Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson Stephens W M Mahan N B Anderson 11 A Beazley Clay Sutton Win Lear L Broaddus Alex West to W Sutton V A Lear John W Gates the Chicago million aire has found out that it takes some thing besides money to make a gen tleman Upon his arrival in London last week Mr Gates found that he could not engage his former apartments at the Calridge Hotel one of the most exclusive in the world and was compelled to put up at an in ferior hostlery Tine manager of the Oalridge gave Mr Gates to understand that profane language tnd reckless were not to be tolerated an English hotel frequented by well bred people even in a man able to write checks in eight figures and for his whole fortune could he get a nights lodging there 125320 000 has at last been adjusted much to the gratification of all classes C of people The interest of the poor as jwell as the rich were involycd in this strike and had the matter not been 3 settled coal would have been so high 0 this winter as to cause great suffering The Jessamine Journal say it has al ways been and will always be the friend 0 of the working man and the depressed but we have never been able to under stand if a man is not willing to work at a certain scale why he has the right to say no one else shall take his place This seems in direct conflict with the constitution of the United States 6 IJo You AVaut to Yawn cold shiver ings aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent headache fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Ilerbine 0 cures it Take it before the disease S gets a fair hold though it will work a v cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Ilerbine for 0 several years There is nothing bet ter for malaria chills and fever head aches biliousness and for a bloodpur 0 ifying tonic there is nothing as good 50c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m The mermaid ought not to resent 0 being told to go and soak her head Goes Iike Hot Cakes The fastest selling article 1 have 0 my store writes druggist C T Smith o Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption 0 Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save 0 sufferers from Thrust and Lung die eases who could get no help from doc tors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it 4 and R E McRoberts Lancaster and Co Paint Lick guarantee satis faction or refund price Trial bottles free Regular sizes SOc and 1m The roof garden entertainments are not often exponents of high art Forty Tears Torture To be relieved from a torturing dis ease after 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone That is what Witch Hazel Salve did for C Ilaney Geneva O He says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had 40 years Cures cuts burns wounds skin diseases Beware of Dog days are better than cat with mosquitoes thrown in More Than 1OOO 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 this great remedy it saved her life She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse substitutes C C J EStormes Highly The Worst Form Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol the new discovery thick is malting so many sick people well and 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 Crantill of Troy I writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspep sia which grew into the worst Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am en tirely cured I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It digests what you eat 1m the ish ter 3 6 I dismissed POSTED warning prosecute rs note The great coal strike that has been in protress for live months past in which 117000 miners refused to work at the same scale and which has cost 3 0 0 toFeel 0 0 high 0 0 It 0 0 nbin 0 Fish 1 DeWitts tSpentYoV Baker of PlaiuYiew Neb coloredrainbows orweak T format t I o 0 o I g C sumptuous expectoration suffer nia h E 0G 0 0 0 0 t Has a pay job the cashier Some cole lean toward fatness Look with horroronSIvin Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Bucklens Arnica Salve It glorifies face Eczema or Salt Rheum van before it It cures sure lips hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 2fe at R E Jlrllolierts Lancas and Fish Co h drug store Paint Lick lm lriltnatl 11111i ttterica chapped The hound boy is often bound to be anything but l np r- Motuers Who would keep their children in health should watch for the first with Whites Cream Vermifuge Itr is the chilurens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their does them good and they grow up healthy and hrnrg 2 at R E Mu Roberts druggist lm Family supposed to hate an aristocratic bearing rood symptoms of worms and remove thEtl rood jc tnfS are IfcT O T1 1 C IE No Commission or other Unnecessary Profits To Pay For if You Buy From Me Having Bought the stock and good will of the Garrarcl County Marble Works I will for the next 30 days sell the MONUMENTS and MARKERS now on hand at greatly reduced prices This work is firstclass in every particular I should especially like to quote you prices on ANY MONTMENTAL WORK you may need I can make not only the price but the work entirely satisfactory to you Now is your chance get your work at a moderate price Write or call Shop next to Mason Hotel Stanford street Lancaster Kentucky JNO HARWOOD The season has arrived for Painting and Papering t e V1S Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I l n I Handsomest line of I PAPERSWALL we have ever shown Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store On Danville Street Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store Headquarters For Paints Glass Varnishes Eo New line of o iv Just Received We can save you on Physicians Prescriptions X Bring them to us MMM M LMf tMMM MM M ft I We Can Supply Your Every Want f u n 2 Frisbies Store 0o0 2 0 0 i O 0 2 2 srt rL 1 1 Y 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 t t t t t t t OOOGOC OGOvOC O OvOvOGOGOsOcP Ot OEOe Ov0 0v 0p p 0 9 E 0F money 0O o ococ o o o o o o o o a ococao oo 1 1 I Rakes Harrows i t- d Binders Mowers Plows Planters Cultivators I Ve keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices tine Lowest T B WALKER ft SON Successors to J M Higginbotham you Want The Best get the Latest Creations and Sj Swellest styles in MILLINERY Call on us Our stock was carefully fel selected is very pretty the w and prices right No old goods m on hand 1 SALLIE D T1LLETT i t i i rn mJrI1 fB nJm rt I r iJ styles correct sCorn 1 44444444 4444434444e444 444444444444444444444444 iTo STUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN on Xmas day to the most popular Garrard County Each dollar paid for at K P POSTLES Hardwrre store vote Get your friends to help you friend t LIST OF LEADING VOTES SfYwfI I tSi 0 0GHv ID0Gg00thIi v CONTESTI I Farmer of 0 goods 0 gives 0 or help some o I one a gsS II G Arnold 332 W B Denny 142 Frank Pierce 10 i Win Royston 88 J B Ruble 5 W It Cook 2 3 EII Walker 2 J A Sanders 54 JF White 47 M J B Woner 31 2 J M Sag 2- f 7 II Dunn 22 21 S3 19 72 J C Fox Jas n Dunn Wi I a J S Robinson A R Denny Robt Kinnard Counting Comtce 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 money Noel Sisters 0 t IJo S Ji0 o oJ fl cZlWlZjlI WlZj1ZjltjLGilPA fiIOAI iil i n n 11Ml nnmmImtmmmJ rl1nflf11fMfmtmmIM mmll tm1filliitm1filliiff JllID1 I I I I 1 8 I II WJmJ1IU WW lWmllU l gIyg- F I i1JInllu u Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Are Interested In Broaddus is visiting Miss Sal RossCol R Collier was at home for a few days R A Burnside was in Louisville the past week R Ilackley and wife were visitors of Mrs Mittie Fox Miss Fannie Austin left Monday for Marlinsville Ind iliss Girgley and Mr Goodloe spent oinKlay in Danville Mrs Ellie Bettis of Lexington is visiting relatives here The popular drummer Ira G Taylor and wife were here Friday Miss AlbertaHilton spent Sunday with home folk at Brodhead Miss Tine Johnson is visiting Miss Mollie Harmon of Ilustonville II sympson has returned from a visit to relatives in Ilustonville Miss Grace Kinnaird is expected Home this week from Middlesboro Louis Gill of Central University spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs N Miller and little Willie Fer guson were in Cincinnati last Sunday in Stanford the past week Mrs J E Stormes gave a very enjoy able Ping Pong party Tuesday even ing Mr Lewis Doty wife and son James of Stanford were visitors here Sun day Mrs Dickerman and Mis Jennie FOUND PINE FOUND are de lighted Come and get first choice They sell No trouble to show goods H M Ballou We li Mrs J 1mes J E Stormes and R L ere I QUEENS ARE Ladies t J 1fIJLLr ri I a- Miss Elkin twill 4 Tevis Thompson John Bourne J B Robinson J no B Parks A K Walker Robt Burton TCGulley Andrew Thompson Ike Arnold J Y Robinson Frank Holtclaw L F Warner O T Layton Walter Casey 18 S17 17 017 r15 14 3ID 11 11 10 Jr 12 Gulley were with friends here Satur dayMr WHIard Mitchell of Xicholas ville visited MrsJ the past weekMessrs R II and II M Ballon were in Lexington a few days last weekMiss Lizzie Beazley of Crab is with her brothers family this weekMiss Carrie Hatcher is clerking for Mr Guiger in the Lancaster Grocery StoreMrs Z T Rice of Richmond is the guest of her mother Mrs Leunder Da vidson Mrs Ed Perkins and little son Kemper was with relatives Wed nesday A splendid picture of Mr appeared in Saturdays Courier JournalMr Smith of Pawnee Rock Kansas is visiting his brother Mi George Smith Uncle Dave Best has returned from Richmond and will reside with Clay Hamilton Mrs Herbert Guile of Paint Lick visited her parents Mr David Ross and wife Monday Mrs Eugene Berkele and Miss Tevis Dunn of Bryantsville were guests of Mrs Ophelia Dunn We are glad to see Charlie West smiling behind the counter again af ter a weeks illness Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from an extended visit to Harrods burg and Lexington Mrs Wm Anderson and Mrs McKen zie of Paint Lick were guests of Mrs J C Robinson Saturday Miss Elsie Palmer accompanied her aunt Mrs limes to her home in to spend the winter Misses Stella Brown of Danville and Ruby Hackney of L jndon were guests of Mrs Richard Ward Mrs Holdam Miss Bertie James Misses Bronaugh of Crab Orchard visited Mrs J E Wolford Friday Mrs W G Anderson and Mrs Chas Anderson and children are visiting Mrs Bowman near FJemingsburg Mrs Maggie Stevens and little daugh ter Annie have returned home after several months visit in Dallas Texas Misses Julia Mae and NannieGaines and their guest Miss VanArsdale were guests of Mrs Ben Gaines Fri dayMrs C M Reid and children return ed to their home in Middlesboro after ter visiting Mrs Mary Reid several weeksMrs Elbert Smith and children left Friday for their home after a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs George II Farris Miss Fannie Doty entertained Thursday evening in honor of the bridal couple Mr and Mrs Towles Walker Danville Mattie P Frisbie and W A Price of Lancas ter have been with Danville relatives this week Mrs George Patterson entertained at tea Wednesday evening in honor her brother Rev Dr Wm E Barton of ChicagoSaturdays Louisville Times con tained a beautiful picture of Thelma little daughter of Mr and Mrs Millard Herring 2110 Portland I E Stormes I BaL on i Orchard Horace J C Thompson Arizona I NewsMesdames r Richmond Register Mrs George Ballow is visiting relatives near Lan caster Miss Frankiu Kaullman of Lancaster is visiting relatives in this cityWe are under obligations to Mr Geo Smith for much of tho matter in this issue George is a good newspaper man and always ready to lend a help ing hand to ativ one in need Mrs Mary Reid left Monday for a few days visit to Mrs Pilcher of Lou isville She will be accompanied home by her daughter Miss Julia who has been at the McMurtry Infirmary George R Harden was here last week looking after his property on Richmond street His family reside in Covington and he is mall clerk on the Livingston run of the K C Capt W J Kinnaird returned to Middlesboro Saturday lie is a gen eral agent for one of the best life in surance companies in the country and is on the road most of the time Her many friends will be delighted to learn of the great improvement in the condition of Mrs Jacob Joseph She recently underwent an operation at a Cincinnati hospital which was quite painful and has since recovered very rapidly Tames C has been agent at the Paint Lick depot for sevoral years has resigned and orders his copy of THE RKCOUD sent to Stonega Va I where telegraph operator Ruck is a clever fellow and one of the best of railroad men Lexington Democrat Mr Louis Lundram editor of one of best in Kentucky and himself one of the best fellows in this or any other State was here last night having come over from Lancaster with his sister Mrs McFarland and Miss Euge nia Dunlap who have been on a visit to him Danville Xews Mrs Hubble and Mrs Dr ONeal of Lancaster have taken rooms at Mrs Doyles on Fouth street They will probably be here all winter They are both line ladies and will be warmly welcomed into the social of Danville MisIInbbles bus band is busily engaged in railroad and he desires to come to Danville so that he can get home more fre quently He is one of the promoters of the proposed road from Corbin to Business and Bargains For Sale New cotton sacks for seed II A B Marksbury Son Save labor and expense by buying a Deering Corn Harvester from Gaines Bros s18tf Buy Blankes celebrated coffees Sold by Currey Davidson Blue grass seed for sale II A B Marksbury Son You must conic in and pay your ac count 1 need the money and must have it R A Stone I have for sale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed U2utf J F Robinson Land for Sale Fiftylive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s25tf Wanted Clover timothy Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price II A B Marksbury Son Buy International Poultry Food the greatest egg producer known Sold only by Currey Davidson For Kent A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson at National Bank School Tax The school tax book for this year is now ready Please call and settle as we need the money 94tf E W Harris Treas A fresh line Skelley Co evaporated fruit best on the market at Currey Davidson Gurnard Hotel Xotico 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 II D Aid ridge U28tf Full line of Lippencott Cree Cos pure Preserves Come in and taste our samples and give us your order Currey Davidson We have 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 II WherritU Wm II Kinnaird Bld Com 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 ITIadeToltleaiiure CIoaKs- t Rave 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 perfect fitting garment made so why let others palm off cheapgrade1 garments when you can get the best from us Remember the date Joseph rI HudCr who ii e i s I newspapers L exceptionally circle circles H i German of Grillin Brick f Oct 18t T Ti 1 iLl rnsile dover IS tfor Sale For cash or I will trade for other property a u acre lot well improved having a good store house a dwelling of 5 rooms and good shop for black smith and wood work and all neces sary outbuildings on a turnpike and at a railroad station in 13 miles of Lexington Ky and has a good trade established Call on or address me at Lancaster Kentucky o23tf W B Jarvis 1 can do your type writing New Hammond machine Charges reason able L A Att at law tf Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RKCOUD otlice Josephs cloak and fur opening Oct 11th ITIouiit jvielllclc ICmhroIiIery I am now prepared to give lessons in lount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Emma Hood tt Danville avenue The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my otlice ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it oiT Respectfully S14tf W L Lawson Sheriff For Sale or Trade One of the most uptodate Rigs in the country practically as good as new consisting of 10 horse power Russell Traction Engine and Separator with selffeeder Wind stacker tank and pump hose etc Everything complete Will sell cheap or trade to real estate Reason fo selling ill health call on or address O W Potts Teatersville Ky 028tf My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 94tf Notice TJilN 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 528tf If you have not paid your taxes you will iind Sanders and Yard in E W store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say you had no warning you can save cost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward AIVKKTISII LKTTEKS Letters remaining in Lancaster Post ollice unclaimed weekending Oct 23d 1102 Mary Burnsido James Cook S ten E M Durming Hilratic Leather Co Miss Gurgle McTerning Ethel Meadows Miss Stella McClery Ben Wilmot If called for say advertised Wm West P M 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 Hour your ever ate Especial given to both custom and work Burnam Rucker oc10tf Fancy bred Belgian Hares Lord Britain Fashoda and other strains Joseph II Dunn Bryantsville Ky oc 243t WY Erwin the corn doctor of Hopkinsville is registered for one week only at the Mason Hotel See him His process is Bloodless Painless 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 ST Lcavel Co IGtf Entertainment at KlrUsvIlIe 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 tine and in that neighbor hood can afford to miss it I have some old accounts if notpaid 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 D28tf DMrs Reids class of young ladies and gentleman from Richmond will meet her at Kirksville next Saturday night the 25th to give their entertainment in Shepherds Hall No one should miss it there Admission 25cts lfcts Reserved Seats For Sale at McRoberts Drug Store STKAYED From my place on Sep tember22ncl a black boar with white face weight about 200 lbs Informa tion leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tfDont 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 Flue 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 Re member the place Main street Leavell To Threshing For Sale or Rent R Cot attention merchant For Sale noone Children TaxPayers I harris anti- S reiess- No tic c Danville ALWAYS PUZZLING TO MEN to Interest and Jlyatify the Other Sex When men are very young they think they know all about women when they reach middle age they confess they understand only few members of the sox when attain the full matur ity of their mental power and have had a wide experience they give the prob lem up and confess that women are past finding out An experienced man is amused if not angered to hear cal low youths boasting of their knowl edge of womens ways One youth in a cafe the other night delivered the that no wise man ever had a proposal of marriage rejected by a woman because a wise man could find out what the answer would be before he put the question There are a little ways of finding out a wom ans mind said he and any man of experience can tell whether his suit is favored The pressure of the hand the tones of the voice little attentions scarcely perceptible hut offering glimpses of the heart offenses speedily forgiven all arc signs by which man may foretell infallibly whether the an swer to his proposal will be yes or no The error of this young solon lay in the fact that he took reason to guide him through the labyrinth of the fem inine mind He was not aware that women are inclined to he cold toward the favored hut yet unaccepted lover and that no matter how infatuated the girl may he she will rebuke any syrup torn of assurance or confidence with instant and condign punishment But she does this not because she dislikes audacity in a suitor but because she deems it unbecoming to surrender without a contest and it humiliates her to have him think that she is an easy conquest says the Chicago Chronicle A girl may fancy a man and even en courage him hut when she faces the question and is compelled to decide whether she will have him or not many considerations may affect her choice and make her wish she had not the affair to go so far Men do not and never will know women Women do not know them selves The sex is full of contradic tions When a woman is fondest of a man she most delights to tease or torture him When she dislikes his like dreams they go by ever get really acquaint ed with a woman until they have married her and lived her awhile She will hold her true self in the background and recede as he advances That is why many girls who arc popular with men are dis liked by women who know them bet ter and why the favorite of all the women is sometimes neglected bv the men and permitted to become an old maid That too is why many men soon after marriage discover that they have made a grievous mistake A man ought not marry a girl in a hurry nor should he marry one whom he does not know very well A man ought to consider how his inamorata will look ten years after the wedding He should compare her with her mother and should ask him self Wcre she to become fat shapeless and middleaged would 1 love her still Beauty lots not last except in rare cases and the man that marries should bear in mind that his bride friends and then marry if he dares If the sentiment that inspires him is the real thing if he is ready to take the bitter with the sweet let him marry by all means and be liappy forever afterward But if his ove is an emotion of sudden origin and transient nature lot him waiA OLDEST EGYPT AND FRANCE One finds on examination that the very oldest inscription in the world whose age is fixed generally at 6000 years represents the Egyptian king Snefura who reigned about 4000 B C before the building of the pyramids conquering an Arabian or Asiatic en emy The face of the kneeling enemy and the surrounding hieroglyphics put this interpretation beyond doubt says the Monthly Keview And where va this ancient record found In the cop per mines of Wady Mnegrah which are not in Egypt ot all but in the peninsula of Sinat Here then as early as 4000 B C over all the storm times of the invasion of the kings etc we find an obvious in tercourse between nations already and the influence of Egypt always persisting The great wars ol the eighteenth Egyptian dynasty wars provoked by envy of Egypts wealth and power fights therefore like all great fights fundamentally for trade led to campaigns in Asia on a great scale in which Egypt came into col lision with powerful nations and for a long time she was the dominant pow er of western Asia extending her from the Persian gulf to the Black sea and Mediterranean and re ceiving tribute from Babylon to Sine veh Nor were the westlying coun tries forgotten Prof Flinders Petrie and others in the course of their re searches have brought the clearest evidence of an extremely ancient between Egypt and the very western Mediterranean even from the earliest times In a lecture delivered recently at Cambridge the former be gain by showing a series of figures marked stratopygia from the early prehistoric Egyptian grave from Malta and from the neolithic remains of Brassenpouy in France Here then was a clear and undoubted intercourse before the rise of history between Egypt and Malta and France for all the remains are of the same approximate date And that inter like all real intercourse was carried on by sea otherwise how could it have reached Malta or France Caused by Hot Weather One of the odd results of the hot weather of the past summer was the spouting of bricks into the air in seT eral western towns In Kansas City where the thermometer registered 1033 degrees the pavements in many parts of the city expanded in places bulged out and shot bricks upward into the air to the height of nino o ten feet The oldest inhabitant never before heard of this phenomenon Golden Days I I i Women and Their WnysNever Cease they declaration hundred graciousdreamsand contrariesFew graceful shepherd movement exhibiting further r lf suffered with beginning conquests course You Are Going North if You Are Going Soutt If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHAse TICKETS VIA TNt ii R 4LOUISVILC NASHVILLE AND SO SKiw The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other Information wir be cheerfully furnished by ATM ORE a p LOUISVILLE KI P L 100 4 LOCAL TIME TABLEE No 21 Southbnd ilixciUv Lancaster Xo 22 Northbnd Mixer 3tt PM No 1 Northbml lassgr 2 AM No 5 Southbud 1211 AM Queen Crescent Time Card TrauMa AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND amNumberNumber 5 Dally 1107 aim Number 9 Daily except Sunday 755 pm NORTH BOBND Numbers stops when 415 pmNumber 4 Daily Does Not Stop Number Daily Stop 130 pm Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 am Number does not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 5l am 11 n O AM ti 1 l jIDl CHESAPEAKE ft OHIO Railway Timein efct July15 12C2 j j i si Winchester 11 57 am t 18pm MtSterling rjinui 94pm 520am iatpm Philadelphia 850 am 1115 am OSj m STATIONS LvNewiork 75i loT pm Philadelphia 1020uiu 731pm 2 00pm 11 10pm MtSterling 740am 430pm 550am 212pm Winchester 7 Ooam 4 iiSpm 6 22nm ArLexiugton 5 3 pm 700am 830pm ArLonisville R25pin I Through Trains run to and from New York Other trains run except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone GEOWBARNEYnrA LEXINGTON KT PUBLIC SALE As we have determined to West we will sell at public outcry at our residence about S miles from the Kirksville and Hiuttsville turnpike ou Saturday November 1st 1902 sell publicly all of our personal con of one family horse about 5 and calf farming implements household and kitchen furniture our FARM WILL BE SOLD OR RENTED if not sold before that time Terms will be miasmic known on day of sale All persons desiring to Buy or Rent can go look at same before of side Smile begins promptly at 10 oclock THOS STEVENS and SISTER W P Trewitt Auctioneer 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 following order was made 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 in November 1902 at all the voting precincts In said city by the otlicers of the election upon the question whether the city council of said city shall Incur an In debtedness ofMoOO Twenty four thousand dollars to be raised by the issue and smile 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 ft sinking fund for the payment and of said bonds to wit FIRST To pay annually the interest on said bonds SECOND to create suM sinking fund In the sum of eight hundred dolIursJSOO said indebtedness Is 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 orpayments of four thousand dollars 4000cach that is l00000at the end of each live years from the date of the 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 dollars2i000for 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 ing 5 per cent per annum upon said indebted ness and800eight hundred dollars each year for the creation of a sinking fund for the and final redemption of the said bonds YES 1 ATTMT W B MASON Clerk of the City Council of the City of Lancaster Ky AS o STATIONS a 011 OOpm 1I In SI5l1m S 15nm550pm 85Sam630pm h Arahill ton 7 071m W 5 I ton 2 I5pm 7 4am Oil Wam on Olll cow dR redemption annually payment in Lexiiti t 92am705pm 9 4t go good Iii 11S NOD ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge I Am a candidate for the Democratic noml nation for the judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the counties of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer 31 C SACFLEY Fur Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Chas A Hurdiii as a candidate before the Democratic party as Attorney of this the thirteenth Judicial District We are authorized to announce lIon C n candidate before the Democratic par ty for Circuit Judge of this the Thirteeth Jn diclaial District IT WILL BE RIGHT IF YOU SEND YOUR LAUNDRY TO US We defy any competitor s to turn out more work than ours PROMPTNESS GOOD WORK GENERAL SATISFACTION I- We make a specialty of j Family Washing this de partment being under the 4 sole charge of ladies y Danville Steam Laundry I SMITH CURREY Agents 4 Lancaster Ky t Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the rood and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing digestive or gans is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache all other results of imperfect digestion Price 50c and SI Large size contains ZHtlmes size aboutdyspepslmaUedfre- Prepared by E C OiWITT CO Cfelcaio MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery FOK Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positive cures Consumption Cough Colds and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c SI Trial Free Notice to Hear Proof Mary C Cox and others Plffs vs Jno M Hipginbothams Admr August Term 190 in the above styled case I will on TUESDAY OCTOBER 28th 1902 begin to hear proof on the claim of Mary C Cox against the estate of M V Johnson by deposition and con JNO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court TREES TREES BY THE MILLION Fruit and Ornamental Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN and GAR DEN We employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on Bpplication BOTH PHONES H F HILLENMEYER SON Lexington Kentucky PUBLIC SALE Of a Good Business Stand On Thursday Nov 13th 1902 at 2 oclock p m we will offer at public sale in the town of Bryants yule Ky property as follows Stock of General Merchandise consisting of about 4000 worth of good clan goods store house and lot of one acre of land store room 26x102 feet 14 foot ceiling with plenty of light ware house stable good cistern and other build ings on lot This is the best equipped store room in central Kentucky and as good a country stand as there is in the State Amount of business done annually 20000One in good repair six rooms on half acre lot stable on lot One dwelling of 9 rooms new very convenient one acre lot good outbuildingsTerms saleWrite for fuji particulars- J X DUNN CO Bryantsville Garrard county Ky For Circuit Judge W Bellas 0 satisfactory r Lm Kodol small HayFeverPleurisy ottle Dft theGarrard throughThis Grape- Vines l I WORKS 4 i 3 I and o23St P s f lid BlOOd IS Tbe GOd ueilu1 1 EflCIllJof It is no more reasonable to expect to get good health from bad blood than it is to expect to get a gocd crop out of bad soil Bad blood is and always must be the enemy of good health The h several organs of the body are nourished by blood If the blood is bad that is to say im pure or if it is deficient in red corpuscles popu larly known as poor blood the vital organs of the body must be weakened- In general the impurity of the blood is marked by surface eruptions such as boils pimples JJ eczema tetter scrofulous sores or erysipelas- Dr Golden Medical Discovery cures disfiguring eruptions heals scrofulous sores and cures other results of impure blood because it cleanses the blood of the impurities which cause disease It acts directly on the bloodmaking glands increasing the quantity and improving the quality of the blood tt I write this note for the benefit of any who may be suffering says Mr John T Walk of Texas w I have received a perfect cure Had chronic sore leg and you told me to take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and use his Salve I did so and I after using five bottles of Golden Medical Discovery j and six boxes of the 4 Salve I was cured I will your medicines to all my friends and will advise any who are suffering from any chronic disease to write to Dr Pierce as he kindly give advice freely as he did to me If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical f Discovery because you have confidence in its p cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medicine claimed to be just as good but 8j which you did not ask for and do not want Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser fjjj is sent free on receipt of stamps to cover expense of mailing only Send twentyone onecent stamps for the book in paper covers or thirty one stamps for the clothbound volume Ad dress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y a 11 r uU J J c I i U Pierces Muldoon theyfailed recommend tt For the Farmer Trader and Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918tf Clover Seed Wanted Highest mar ket price Banks Hudson 918 tf Twenty to forty bushels Bluegrass Seed for sale W B Denny Point Leave o2tf Keep the sprouts down around the quincesThe is propagated by cuttings and grafting Grapes are propagated by layering and cuttings Grow few varieties of fruit but grow them well Victor Lear sold a fine harness horse to a Lexington party for 200 Pruning the roots has reference on ly to the broken and bruised portions- W B Burton sold to Henry Cullen of Lexington three road horses for 775 A good surface harrow to keep the orchard mellow and clean is of great benefit No more fruit should be allowed to remain than the plants can mature properlyThorough surface cultivation will prevent the growth of red raspberries between the rows Mrs R II Fox has purchased of Dr II G Sandlin his property on Lex ington street known as the Dr 0 Neal place for 31500 J S Wiggins of Wilson N C bought of W B Burton and others 10 mules at 8140 and 17 horses at from to 200 per head The Louisville Jockey Club has re organized with an entire new manage ment and policy There will be tine race meetings in the springand amuse ments in the summer seasons W B Burton bought of Tom Bruner of Boyle six 4yearold mules at of Cynic Jones of Lincoln seven 4 vearold mules at SK50 and of a Huston ville party a road horse for Seine farmers have the mistaken Idea that sheep can get along with ve ry little water The fact is that they require it as regularly as other stock and ten head will use fully as much as a 1200 pound horse The Woodford Sun says there is a disposition among the farmers of that county to sow less wheat and more barley this fall In this county up to and after the close of the war there was a great deal of barley raised but our farmers seem to have quit it alto in latter years The Missouri railroad commission decided the other day that all railroads in the State must give shippers of 100 100 135 ether stock round trip tickets with one car of stock The Frisco officials refused to comply with the order and the fined them In twenty two cases and a return of the car fares to the shippers The railroad has ap pealed the case to the Supreme Court The reason why in so many cases hens fail to lay well in winter and warm weather is that they need plen ty of green feed It cannot take the place of grain as it is of low value but as an adjunct to the grain ration and to keep the fowls healthy a plen tiful supply both in summer and win ter is necessary Beet leaves turnip and carrot tops are also good in sum mer but nothing seems to be relished as much as lettuce It is authoritatively stated that the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co has absorbed all the other warehouses in Louisville except the Pickett We have been unable to get any particu lars of the deal or information as to the future policy of the company All that is thus far known is that all the warehouses in Louisville except the Pickett are to be under one manage ment under the name of the Louis ville Tobacco Warehouse Company Farmers Home Journal Never feed flogs with the idea that they are ahle to convert any and all kinds of food into good wholesome pork To obtain good meat it is nec essary to feed those foods that will make it and in such a manner that it will be clean and wholesome Do not change the diet too suddenly and es pecially from green to dry food Have a clean feeding place a tight floor is best and no matter what kinds of slops are fed give daily plenty of pure fresh water Danville D English reports one of the most successful sales of the year for Mr Foster Ray near Lebanon yesternay Twentyfive head of horse stock consisting of brood mares colts etc brought from to 10 per head a pair of mules sold at 250 one yearling mule brought 805 milk cows sold at from 35 to 855 per head four steer calves sold at 2250 per head another lot of steer calves at per head twenty yearling steers weighing 600 pounds sold at 2850 per head A big lot of trotting horses paraphernalia and farming sold well Because of the high pricesof beefan attempt has been made in many places to persuade people to eat horse meat Owing to the change from to electricity on all street railway lines there are still in many farming districts more horses than can be used with profit yet those who bought them at a low profit hesitate to kill them Should any number of people acquire a liking for horse meat these surplus animals could be disposed of at lemunerative prices and it would be a blow or a kick at the beef trust But horse meat will never become popular in this country There is too strong a prejudice against it It will soon be time for the huck commission 1000 AdvocateT 50 20 implements horses MALARIA Invisible Means bad air and whether it comes from the low lands and Enemy to Healthmarshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities sameThese and taken upby the blood and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver troubles jaundice and are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria Noxious and matter collect in the system because the liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and eruptions of an itselfTheget rid of Malaria and its effects Iand mustbeI S S S does this and produces an entire change in the blood reaching every organ stimu lating them to vigorous healthy action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the general health the appetite d id almost from the first dose There no Mercury Arsenic or other mineral in S S It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly you by their advice to regainyour health Book on blood and skin diseases sent TIH SWIVT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta G increases is PotS tom F sters LO ifo arouisil chickens and other pun 1 try your fowls so good that he will be ishinicd to otter you the goiKK price or proud lo give you an jvaice Even if 3011 do not got an ndvaiici tiui xiru vht will pay for putting on Shut the birdsyou are going to sell in a rather small few days from ten days to three weeks before you sell and give them all they will eat of corn and meal and wheat middlings mixed into a dough giving them as much as they will eat of it This makes thick flesh and sweet tender and juicy meat General News Notes Most Important Events the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere President Roosevelt hopes to visit Memphis on November 10 to partici pate in the welcome to Vice Governor Luke Wright ot the Philippines- A Isorth Dakota school teacher kill ed three trustees fatally shot three pupils and killed himself- A Shelby county Union veteran has just had extracted from leis head a musket ball put there by a Confeder ate soldier forty years ago at the of Perry rule All barbers who refuse to take out license after due notice will be pro ceeded against under the new sanita ry barbers act They are liable to a tine and a jail sentence The dedication of the new Masonic Temple in Louisville which will prob ably take place duringChristmas week will be made a great spectacular event among the Kentucky Masons Strikes and the delay in the delive ry of material have seriously retarded the construction of new ships for the navy The battleship Ohio was twen tynine months behind her contract on July 1 The Navy Department has notified Senators and Representatives that a special examination for midshipmen will bo held in WashingtonXovcmber 12 and that each member of Congress is authorized to nominate principal and five alternates Th Grand Army of the Republic Ciuiils5iouirs Sale of Laud GAKUAUD CIKCUIT CounT Sarah Burdetts AcFmr Pill vs Sarah Burdetts Hrs Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rani Circuit Court rendered at its Term 102 in the above styled case 1 will on MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1502 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 Mi W 20 50100 poles to a beech s 121 w poles to a stake s 38 v 4J poles to a stone on a hill side thence w lt i pules to stone corner to E Brown Hall farm thence up Doo lins branch excluding the stone fence and with same s ISi 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 branch s SOr w 3ir poles n 77J w 23 poles to a stake in the south side of said branch thence n 1 e 51 poles to a locust tree thence s 71 e H poles to another locust thence n 37J e 2 poles to a stone thence n 28 e poles to a stone in a branch corner to Burdett thence s 06 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 Clark deceased the amount of the claim being S36177 with interest thereon at 6 per annum from August 31st 1897todateof Oct 27 1902 amounting to the suns of 8473i7 and the costs of action 5477 making a total to be realized the wham of 852844 TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good se curity wilt 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 adopted resolutions calling upon the members of the order to lend assist ance to the Confederate Home at Bat tle Mountain Ala San Francisco was selected as the next place for the encampmentThe Council of Louisville has passed an ordinance providing for a bond issue of 3250000 the proceeds to be used for sewer and street con struction The city growing so rap idly that additional sewers and many new streets are necessary The average amount of beef sent from America to England is 29000000 pounds year In addition to this enormous quantity of cattle meat 39 000000 pounds of bacon are imported from America 68000000 pounds of cheese 50000000 bushels of wheat and over 100000000 bushels of barley eve ry twelve months Government officials are deeply con cerned over the tendency of Cuba to grow daily more indifferent to the cultivation of friendly commercial re lations with the United States The best efforts of the State Department have failed to secure the Cuban adhesion to the treaty pro vided for under the JPlatt amendment Paper teeth would appear to many people at first sight quite impractica itig pen- a of 33 s 2 tit NancyAnn per cent sale towit a Governments gilt lake i battle August aR hie and useless yet actual use has proved them to be in every respect equal those made of porcelain T otLtr similar corn IXntisis in fns oiimiry atvl in trinauy an mutt making them prominent in their work and in every case they are said to give satisfaction Naturally too they are much less expensive than the false teeth used hitherto while they cannot break so easily and are not in the least susceptible to conditions of temperature Commissioners Salt of Lund GAUUAKD Ciufurr COUUT O S Williams PitiL- vs Dora L Moore c DTts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its August term 1U02 in the above styled case 1 will on OCT 27th 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property in Gurrurd county Ky on Dix River and containing 135 acres 2 roods and 37 poles more or less and is bounded as loliows Beginning at a spring on the South side of a large pond thence n 124 voles to two fallen oaks in the clip of Smiths branch thence s 05 3ti poles tot stake thence s 02 w 5S pules to a stake thence s 35 poles to a stake thence s 30 w pcles in lloskins Held thence s 55 w 35 poles to a stake on the West side of Scotts breech a short bend in same s 58 poles to an oak and Lynn in said branch corner to Floyds thence s 59 K GU poles s 75 is 72 poles to a stake three oaks not found x 11 poles to the beginning containing 137 acres roods and 37 poles more or less in the whole boundry but from said boundry is deducted shout 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 lay 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 S1S72 with interest there on at the rate of 5 percent per annum from Feb 2nd 1901 until paid amount big to the sum of 2007 Oct 27th 1W2 the day of sale and the costs of this action expended 89823 making the total to be realized on O S Williams debt the suns of 6210 23 Second time lieu debts of Richard Foley as follows 432 with six per cent interest thereon from April 18th 1899 to Oct 27th 1 U2 date of sale amounting to sum of 52237 831615 with percent interest per annum from Feb 2sth 1 K0 to Oct 27th 1902 amounting to the sum of 83570 65 with 5 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 per cent per annum from Feb 1st 1901 to Oct 27th 1902 date of sale amounting to the sum of 19 65 The total amount of the Several debts with interest to the date of sale being 858424 and the costs expended 1582 making the total to be realized on Folevs debts the sum of 000 i The total of both debts interest and costs to date of sale being 8275529 TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of 15 months bond with good se curity will be required of the purchaser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing fi per cent interest from day of sale until having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if humid i not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase monev is paid 1OON W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAUD CIKCUIT COUKT Wm Wrenn ITtlT 1 vs J S Minor Son DTts I Consoli and J dated Harriett E Stone PFtlV Cases vs I J S Minor Son DTts By virtue of of the Gar rard Circuit Court in these Consolida ted 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 Garrard County Ky in the City of Lancaster Ky between Richmond Street and the Louisville and Nashville RailRoad and known as part of the C C Stonnes homestead being bounded as follows at a stone corner at the East edge of an Alley and 30 feet south of cornier thence along the mast edge of said alley s 5 w l53i feet to the intersection of Buford street thence with the North edge of Said street s S5 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 w 125 feet to the RailRoatl right of wav thence along and with the same n 75 e 100 feet thence n 81 e 90i feet to R G Wards corner in rail road right of way thence vial Wards line fence n 5 e 24I5J feet to a stone corner thence west on a straight line 329 feet to a stone cornier 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 Wm Wrens debt of with G per cent interest thereon per annum from August 27th 1902 to Oct 27th 1902 the date of sale amounting to the sum of 82020 and Harriett E Stones debt of 50000 with interest thereon at G per cent per annum from May 7 1900 to Oct 27 1902 the date of sale amounting to the sum of 8574 15 and the costs of action of 87819 making the total to be realized the sum of 805235 TERMS The will be mule on a credit of six 0 months boiul with good se curity will be required the ser for the purchase money 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 JOIN W MILLER Master Circuit Court oc93t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat o idols I 3 toastake j Ii I J J Be inning tonne move s H 20 s of payable- to ComrGarrard 1 s MONDAY tw 2 following per anuuni t paid judgment j i j i CmiLuiissf t r Bale tact G AKttuti m err JJ virtue of i jucitfttieiii of the Gar rara Uiicuil wart rendered t its August term ISMS iu the above styled case 1 will on OCT nth 1H02 publicly before the Court IJouae door ill Lancaster Ky sell to Uje highest and best bid er follow lug de uroperty in Uarraitt Ky on the water of ded as follows Beginning at a p ant in Uu middle of ftgaiU etiK at the mouth ut a branch corner L Y smite thence down said Creek ii 15 2 jj chains to a point on time bank of saute at the end of a stone fence about 140 chains up time Creek from time moult ot a small branch or drain tlieuce cav ing the Creel i SSi iI striking said drain and up the same 7JO chains to beech on the North side of and near the sumac drain UIXHII 12 or 14 feet home said beech a corner to Mrs thence with same N 5 II J4 chain to another beech corner LO saute 40 1 j 10i2 chains to a staki in a hollow corner to Tiasley thence iJowi said hut low or drain with Tin ley S S W 47 j chains to a point in drain o feet K of market berry tree thence I 74i V 2 i chains to a beech tree corner 10 Tinsley and Win thence still lotus the halo auld said Adams I N i7 V 43y chains X 75i Ch n 3 w 4 chains to the middle of sugar Creek thence down ami tenth the middle of same n 10 w 2i chains to a point in the middle of said creek corner to A Ilardin thence leaving the creek and with said Hardin up a branch s 58 w 3iu chains u 72 w 22U chniiis n K w 3 2v chains s JiOi chains 7u w U chains to a stake in branch corner to said Hardin and the tract thence the line of same K H w 540 chains to beech j s 27 e 177 chains to a j stone division corner of the Kastou tract divided between the undersigned James Hardin and A T Hardin thence division SI w 1487 chains to a stake a division corner in line toF li Pane thence with said Payne s llc lo chains to a stake on a hillside corner to same n 73 i e 7CO chains to a point in a branch corner to same andj in line to T L Yantis thence down said branch with said Yantisn eS24 chains n 70 e 4 chains n 7y e 3 chains s 84 e 2 chains s USi e o 0 chains to the beginning containing 30 acres This sale is made to enforce a lien the amount of the lieu debt being the stun with interest thereon the rate of six per cent per annum from Jan 6th the date sued on until paid subject to the following credits 112 paid Oct 19th 1901 and the further sum of S2jtf2f paid March 12th 111U2 leaving due on said debt on Oct 27th 1902 date of wile S2780 and the costs of this action tuO13 making the total sum to be realized the sum of 3t81S TERMS The sale will be made on a credit5 and 12 months builds with good se curity will be required of the purchas er for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing per cent interest from day tf sale until paid having the force and effect of i ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are nut paid at maturity A lien will le retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JXO W MILLER Master Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Lund GAUICAKD Cnrcurr CGUIIT Leon Austin c Pills vs J M Duncan Admr c Dfts Pv virtue of a judgment of the Gar rant Circuit Court rendered at its Term 19i2 in the above styled cse 1 will on MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1902 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the 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 Tract Xo 3 IJe inniny at a point in middle ol the aforesaid tun pike road cornet to S L Walker and J F Ray thence with the line of said Ray X75i E passing the south side of a hackberry tree at one pole and ld3U poles in all to a stacat the lowerend of a stone fence thence n 73 e 18SiO poles to a stake in the middle of a branch 4u poles from a mulberry thence down said branch with the middle anti meanders of same s 7uil e 18 110 poles to an ash on time north sidle of same thence s 84 e 27 poles passing a scrubuy sycamore at a stone and at the mouth of said branch in nil 29 70 poles to a stake in the middle of Fork cornier to said and Prather thence with the ot Pnt with the middle and meand ers of said creek s 51 w 2355 poles to a stake s 3 i e 9 poles to a stake s 14 e 20 pules s 35 w 7 poles to a stake in the toddle of said crock corner to same ancl to It E Austins other tract of land thence leaving the creek n 75i w fc8 poles to a point in the middleof the aforesaid turnpike corner to Stephen L Mid Miley Walker thenoe with the middle and meanders of pike n 23 e 9 poles to the east same thence n 9 w 2320 poles to the beginning containing 24 acres and 3 poles Tract 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 and being the same con by the Garrard county Fiscal Court to It E Austin by Deed of Deed Book 15 page 258 and Deed by Robt to Leon Austin bv deed of record Deed Book 17 page 518 Garrard County Clerk ollice Neither of these tracts of land can be divided without materially impairing them 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 months bond with good se curity will be required ot the for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale until paid hawing the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue i if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid i JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court 3t Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat fir I onT J1 U iltj Hu1UC I I time and btuli toT a I I 1 j t w- corner to saute line s j I of at I or- t jnd Com th I lay ther amid all ountyClerksBAustin siX I oc I I J bits MONDAY rolled county Sugar Creek N East 1 with S said ton 5UI ice i 6 a August follow ing described eyed Record purchaser judgment 9 1 Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and ploy every valuable improve None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday and Friday ihePublic Square Lancaster Ky L t L j MODERN PHOTOGRAPHS l E t 1 I n InzIev iS to Eit r S l- Out elm r ment dY M BOURNEA AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirorv Perfect Satisfaction Uaarnntefid Leave word at the CKXTRAE Riacoii office or address ine at Lancaster ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry It you wart evidence send us a trIal bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky II T LOGAX Agent Lancaster Kenucky B t First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and of work PAPER HANGING done on short notice elegant samples on hand C H GODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store I I experience h ORNAMENTAL PAINTING rIattr1 F7f tR f t ir lJ5Jt l ijl QJ i1d FAn iG 1fE 1rJIFR WE VOMEN d C re t cat Rcpr Followin Companies Aetna Jahltille National Uartrold- Conneticat HtrUHUl Amllitau- Phenix or UIookIJU Jleldmuts New fork liderw1iter5 Liverpool Globe North British lerchautile Aeina LifE Ins Co g RartfordlConn SsI yipersall- i1cts wtr you FLay WAllllS a s l ill Queen Mu iiattketi Loluion l Linns Y SKJKISS SsN2 S2 5i 2it i r President s ORGANIZED 1883 I The gITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Business Solicited DIRECTORS Lewis Y Lenvell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T 31 Arnold CAPITAL 550000 SURPLUS ioooo fB F HUDSON Cashier W O Asst C D WALKKK 1Bookkeeper Prompt and Careful Attention vY v y oJ w y v I J TIOIII SOX Yice Pre tOf ILl I RIO M Pas r i A A 0 01 I LmuvmxL 3 I1NCASTRR w un wSIEALLZz The National BankOF LANCASTER KY e CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A K DEXXV President JOHX E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier 0 J F Robinson Cashr R T Emory Bookkeeper DIRECTORS L Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird S 0 0 Q 9 2 Asst 2 Q 1 O COOOCOv OCUGO OvO OC O OG OvOCOO jr 300 0 0a 0 0 0 JO O a aO OrO O Ot Oe O OCt000 OC OOOCt0 Tke PillsiVont IDSUSTTISTOf- lioe over Dr KlnttuiniV lrvsl yttriau church Danville street Attorney At Laiv LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real Slate mortgages Notice To Creditors having claims against ot A J 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