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L RECORD TIlIllTEESTll YEAR LANCASTER KY THURSDAY OCT 30 1902 C 1 N1ELiii arlTYSas as 0 0 Superior o 0 o Wheat 0 o 0 i Drills o 0o0oAll sold by 0 J R Haselden I o s ocooooo000000000000 Q 0 0 0 IABESZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line JWllNITUliE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON g- Q Attorney At Law 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums V of 500 and upward ti o f 2 0 0 0 O b t O 000 O OOOOOOOOOv0 oca ooooo The city council meets Monday night Dont forget to vote for the water works Tuesday A big crowd was here court day but the shows occupied all the time of the visitors If there is any interest in Tuesdays election we have failed to hear of it A few of the professional election talkers are gassing but thats all The Christian church is closed on account of repairs and services will Sunday in the Court House Sun day School at 1 0 and preaching at Water works bonds must be Tuesday Dont let some moss back the greatest nuisance Lancaster has to contend with talk you out of voting The editor was in Louisville most all of last week attending the Masonic Grand Lodge Little of interest to Masons and nothing of concern to the public was transacted the meeting being exceedingly dull It takes 5G 0 ballots for the elec tion next week each requiring two impressions that is they have to go through the press twice Tins office is up totheminute on such orders and the job was delivered promptly and satisfactorily Dr Affoii JfetiifJiK Doing unable to rent a dwelling at Bryantsville and upon the urgent re quest of his many Lancaster friends Dr 1 M Acton has decided to return to this city and resume his practice of medicine He had established a nice practice in the UryaiRsville neighbor hood but it was too inconvenient to live there and have his family residing here he owning nice property in Lan caster lie will be as his ollice here vovomber 1st Mipyru AM Iti Iil The Crab Orchard band played here luring the carnival and we desire to say a word on their splendid deport ment anti good playing As a rule a uniform makes a foul out of the boy but in this case there is noth of that kind The young men are they attend strictly to their business du not indulge in bois trious conduct and conduct as gentlemen should We take great pleasure in commending them to parties needing music and will say come up fully with all they I promise items of IJocallntele I lOJ I t t t I ling beheld remembered average themselves they DRY LANCASTER OUR FALL AND WINTER LINES ARE COMPLETE And never have we uttered the word Complete with a deeper meaning You will find in our store the largest and most complete 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 MillineryH- ats ot all grades and kinds made to order on short noticeFull Line of Gentlemens Wear Clothing Hats Boots Shoes and Furnishing Gcods for men and boys Our prices are so Low they Need JV0 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 LOGAN DRY GOODS CO LANCASTER tif LOGAN GOODS CO r rr iiI a I t t Remember the water works question Tuesday Jutl u Saniilcy at Ialut JLSrlf Judge M C Saufley will speak at Paint Lick depot Saturday afternoon Nov 1st at 2 oclock K Jams Danville Advocate Lancaster does quite right in devoting her time to a water system Its use as a beverage may eradicate that bad case of railroad delirium tremcns Yum Master Kobt Fox our esteemed young friend of the Marksbury neigh borhood sent us a pumpkin almost as large as a washingtub a nd we lIe going to have a pie as lar e as the famous lack Homers Theres noth ing better than a pumpkin pie except two pumpkin pies Coming Attraction The next attraction in the lyceum course is Mr Edwin L Barker in monologue plays He will appear at the Court House Monday 17th Mr Baker is one of the bestknown entertainers in America General children 15cts Re served scats oOcts on sale at Me Roberts drug store An UpToDatc ISiiilstur A minister in nearby town on a re cent Sunday surprised his audience says the Atchison KanGlobe by reading the following notice from the pulpit The regular session of the Donkey club will be held as usual after the services Members will line up just oueside the door make remarks and stare at the ladies who pass as is their custom But they that Sunday roloril Teachers The colord teachers association which met with Miss Walkers school in Flat Woods Friday Oct 17 was quite a success Each teacher took an active part that with the good dinner served made all have an enjoyable time After dinner Mrs Walker the County Supertendant addressed the teachers which was highly appreciat ed by all The association adjoined to meet in Lancaster Nov 14 Miss Amanda Walker Pres Mrs Mary Leaven Sccty A German who had lost his horse published the following Run away are stolen or vas strayed M ine large flak horse about eighteen hands hie he has four pal legs two behint and two before he is plak all over his body put he has gut some vile spots pon his pack were de skin wus rub oil But 1 greased em and de vite spots is all play again He trodes and canters and sometimes he vanes all of his lees and feet goes on vim after anuder He has two ears on his head Itiany Ifrieml in Jarrard Many Garrard county people will Mr Joseph T Davidson who married a Miss Davis near Bryants ville many years ago We met him at the Masonic Grand Lodge last week and he inquired about many people yet living in that vicinity Mr has held the otlice of Grand Ty her for thirtyfour years and this tion starts him on his thirtylifth term He knows more Kentucky Ma sons than any other living man He will probably be kept in the ollice death removes him Chanced The Committee of the National Fox Hunters Association met in Lexing ton Friday and decided to change the place fo holding the meeting of that organization from Bedford Ya to Bowling Green Ivy The rea son of the change was the fact that the building in which the hunters were to be housed will not be ted until December Time meeting at Bowling Green will begin November 10 and will last through that week The members of the committee were Joseph Deatheridge of Richmond Woods Walker of Point Leaven and J Z Fink of Louisville An Answer That Dont Aimwcr Democrat Will some of the Danville papers please tell us if there is a time limit upon their deliv ery free of the right of way from lIar rodsburg to Danville to the Southern railway company or if they have the balance of the century in which to raise the necessary subscription to make their generous tender We have been asked and have ourselves asked the question scores of no one seems to know at what date the Spencer proposition expires In the meantime the Burgin reople are still sanguine of getting the extension via Lancaster and dont believe Danville has the ghost of a chance of obtaining the right of way through Mercer or of ever getting the extension Danville Advocate The question is one of the soft propositions one reads or in TJIK LANCASTKU RKCOIIU Dan ville has already subscribed the funds necessary to secure the right of way and is now waiting on the railroad company as in chess parlance it is their move Meanwhile via Lancaster there is nothing doing except that work is being pushed on the artesian wells Artesian water is supposed to be particularly efjleacious in case of severe fainting spells Be sure you do not forget to Vote for Water Works Tuesday the 4th ant admission Sets U Soltu Hal eec until com pie Harrods urg times ut J I lion Nov did A 1ore remember Davidson i Z l nliir Keillor Marries Tins RKCOUD extends heartiest to its good friend Mr William Owen McIntyre of the Dan ville Advocate upon his marriage last week to Miss Sadie Elizabeth Minor The bride who is the daughter of ex a Representative J II Minor of Perry ville is a young lady of beauty and many accomplishments While Noel has been wearing that faraway look so characteristic of a fellow in love yet his friends did not know he was to 02 so soon married and the wedding was a surprise to all We wish our good friend all success and happiness TcaclKTM meet III Cartcrwvllle The teachers of Cartersville district held their annual Association in the M E church of this place Saturday October IS The Association which was conducted by Mrs Xoehler was attended by a large crowd and pro nounced a g eat success by ail The opening prayer by Prof Secrest of Kirksville was followed by the wel coming address by Mr Coldiron which was responded to by Mrs Arnold Two excellent papers were read The Re lation Socially of Teacher andPupil by Miss Jennie Wallace which was discussed by Prof Secrest and The Common Schools from the standpoint Religion and Patriotism by Mr Spratt Maggie Clark Brunette Gertrude Merriman Minnie Rogers and Bruce Arnold gave recitations Mrs Walker a late hour and only talked a few minutes The singing of the Chris tian church was yery highly complimented The exercises were closed by an address by Prof Secrest A splendid dinner was spread on the grounds which all seemed to enjoy In the afternoon an impromptu pro gram was arranged Every one themselves as greatly pleased with the day Some Nice Illi Local lishermen received a large lot of the linny tribe from the Govern mcnt authorities last week and they were placed in Dix river at different points They were the largemouth bass variety and by far the best ever placed in local streams Dix river would in the state were it nut continually seined and dynamited There has been talk of employing souse person to detect these lawuerakers but we do not bcleive this would result in much good Our idea would be to have each lover of fishing donate a sum of money take the aggregate and place in the bank this to be advertised as to belong to any person securing the arrest and con viction and any party guilty of seining or dynamiting Say have a certain sum for each conviction and when any culprit is found guilty by the court then pay the reward Let this reward be large enough to justify responsible men in detecting the culprits and to leave in the bank as a standing reward for future offenses There are many men who while not regular lishermen would like to spend a day or so on the f river each spring and fall and who would willingly contribute to this fund Being one of the latter we will agree to run an advertisement of the reward in these columns and print same on large billsfor posting as our part of the reward What say ye Nimrods rf JTlore Itccr Arrested A few months since considerable attention was attracted by the ar resting of a barrel of beer in this city The party to whom it was ship ped refused to claim it Under the Farris law the express driver was ar rested when he attempted to deliver it and as the refused to ownership the barrel was tiled with the clerk of the police court The beer remained in the city court room until the day of the opera house tire when some of the thirsty lire lighters slipped in captured the barrel and the contents thereof disap peared like snow before a noonday sun As some difficult questions of law had arisen no one objected to the disappearance of the hops One night last week Policeman Si er spotted a wagon coming in from Stanford and upon investigation found two kegs of beer therein He at once arrested beer driver and all The driver claimed it was for Nig Spencer while the latter says it is not for him Now as the driver denies ownership and Spencer is likewise as innocent j the police court has an other job lot of the beverage on hand awl what to do with it is causing City Attorney Swinebroad iro end of worry All this laving is under Senator George Farris antiblindtiger act passed at last session Under the act it is unlawful to deliver intoxicants within local option districts The ob jest of the law is to put a stop to the wagons running between towns for the purpose of delivering liquor and it has worked well in Lancaster Near ly all the stuff is brought hero from Stanford or Junction City We once heard a Stanford man say he had seen as many as three Lancaster wagons in that city at one time There is a wholesale house there This new law may work to advantage and if it may not it depends altogether on the work of the local police and recent arrests go to show that the otllcers are doing their best to put a stop to selling li quor in Lancaster Vote for Water Works Tuesday a is it is is congratulations arrived- at huir expressed it be the tilshing then make up purse consi nee Arnold excellent tiuest another acknowledge Burled In Richmond The remains of Dr C Edwin Poyntz whose sad death was mentioned in last issue were interred at the Richmond cemetery Wednesday afternoon The Masonic fraternity of whom he was devoted member took charge and conducted the last sad rites It had been our pleasure to know Dr Poyntz intimately for several years and we must say we never had dealings with more honorable or upright young man He had been practicing his for several yearsand had built up a tine practice in the Paint Lick neighborhood The trouble of last week is deeply deplored by the many friends of both young meu As to who was at fault we are not prepared to say but the deepest sympathy of one goes out to the families of both Mr Siler while somewhat still suffering greatly from his wounds though it is believed he will recover That he will be fully to health and strength is our prayer Improvement OH Koud The K C has been spending much money on its Livingston branch lately and some on the Rowland branch too but in order to be in shape to handle the vast business the building of into Knoxville will bring it is now going in with both feet In line with the policy of improving the division the Cincinnati division to be extended to Livingston In addition to spending three million dollars in straightening the track im proving bridges and buying new mo tive power the company will operate the entire road as one division from Cincinnati to Livingston At present is composed of two divisions ex tending from Cincinnati to Paris and from Paris to Livingston Because of there being these two divisions there is created a delay of 12 hours on an average in the handling of freight This delay is that which results at division because of the of cars destined for new territory Under the present system trains which are made up of through freight toPar may constitute locul freight on the next division in many cases Under the new system all through freight from the North to the South or the opposite will compose through trains running the entire length of the without the delay at the Paris terminal The new division will be 105 miles in length Mr Hood gives hard study to shippers interests and untiring in his efforts to give the public strictly firstclass The more fun you get out of the more fun there is in it every improved- is connection entire division accommodations anything profession restored earnest ever transferring Dont forget to vote for water The Carnival people pulled up stakes yesterday and left for Corbin Mr W J Homer the piano man is in town today Telephone your wants to TIlE RECORD office and have him call If you want that hotel and Opera House rebuilt vote for water Its foolishness to expect a company to re build unless fire protection is given Dont under any circumstances fail to vote for water Tuesday will not invest money in town unless theres some protection from tire To Cultivate Same Mr J C Thompson the local has decided to cultivate a ginseng patch and has put in several acres This is a pretty crop to handle and although it takes many years and hard work to reap the reward yet there is all kinds of money for the successful raiser Mr Thompson nev er stands back on hard work and we believe he will reap a big reward on the venture at any rate we hope he will The Carnival The Public Square covered with cir cus tents was quite a novel sight in deed but this was the case from Fri day morning until Tuesday night The Star and Crescent Carnival Co applied to the City Council for license to give their shows on the streets and it was suggested that a certain per cent of the proceeds be given the town instead of license fees ten per cent we understand This was agreed to and Judge M D Hughes took charge of it There were six different shows besides numerous candy stands baby racks etc and the entire lot took up nearly all the street room While the shows are not up to the Sells circus yet they are above the average streetfair concerns and are well worth the admission fees They brought an immense crowd to town Saturday and matt were here Tues day The corn t Miy crowd was also large The shuvs furnished to many while they also fur nished ample food for tne chronic grumblers The order was perfect only a few regular drunks being on hand The police deserve great praise for the splendid order maintained J M Rothwell looked after the men for his father the chief Mat Siler as usual did great work The balloon ascensions were the finest ever seen in this section It is not procrastination to put off your clothes till tomorrow Businessmen jeweler amusement Safest Route Some men take the poison route While some jump in the lake And others get a gun and shoot And some gas treatment tare By cigarettes some get them hence Some on the thin ice slide While others go to more expense And take an auto ride Remember the Bate Read the sale ad of J J Walker in another column It will be held the 5th November Some good property will be sold We dont see how any man can be against water works but there are a few old mossbacks here who will block the plan if they can They are against anything and every body A man is in a bad fix when he comes to this point Popular People to Wed The engagement of Miss Annie Bro naugh Engleman and Mr Rowan Saufley of the Stanford Interior is announced The wedding will take place in the Stanford Methodist church Wednesday Nov 12th Enjoyable Entertainment The delsarte entertainment given by the young ladies and gentlemen under the direction of Mrs Reid was very enjoyable and those who attend ed were delighted Mrs Reid under stands the business thoroughly and we heartily recommend her as an in structor in such entertainments Misses Mary Noel and Mary Tumie of Danville Mr and Mrs Joseph Boggs of Richmond Miss Hattie Doty and Mr Dave Walker Miss Bettie West Mr Will Denny and Miss Ger trude Noel were guests of Mr and Mrs J M Hiatt Sunday Mrs Mary Layton is with her daugh ter Mrs J M Hiatt this week Richmond Register Mr Cal East and family left yesterday for Oakland Cal where they will make their future home His address will be 153 E 19th street Oakland Cal Extravagance is the antifat that reduces a fat pocket book Even the Prohibitionists would like to see the coal bins get full Dont Vote For WaterworksTuesday Forget- to Wednesday Journal t SOME BECAUSES Why you should buy your Fall Suits Overcoats of us We are able to fit any size or shape manBECAUSE 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 you save onehalf of Custom Tailors price on as well made SUITS and OVERCOATS You take no risk BECAUSE we will refund your MONEY if you are not satisfied 0 m xlL ILIa I- tI Io and- o J 0 Io a i I I I I 0c 1 1- X01 l rl Q 0 BECAUSE Q 0 i e D X4 e I Tke oneprice Clothier Clothier 4 L B T Logan OO II i at t i ii DO YOU NEED A VEHICLE IJ N 1Ji11ffi r o t I SURRIES BUGGIES tOOil PUTONS m m If so we can furnish you with the very best that money can buy and at prices that absolutely defy and knock out competition ny 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 0L3 I InGEAR BREECHING TRACES COLLARS c illELM 0 R E JIm WAGON ROMANS CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Vail Matter Lancaster Ky Oct 30 1902 WE cannot understand why such a howl is sent up when an effort is made to pull off a prize light and the same people who are opposed to such will turn right around and encourage the more brutal and dangerous sport of foot ball In one game last week three bojs were painfully and serious Iv injured in the brutal sport Those indulging in the game are just at that age where know more than they will ever know at any other period of their lives and when some giggling girls stand by and cheer will not hesi tate to kill and cripple to win the game and be enabled to pose as a he ro The players dont know any bet ter and that is why a law should it TilE Court of Appeals holds that stock speculation is gambling and that money thus lost can be recover ed Well who said it was anything else but gambling and that in its worst form The only possible between stock speculation and handling the cards is that the former gambler has more money than the In other words the former is a hightoned gambler Both are try ing to get something for nothing so wherein lies the difference TilE Lexington Elks have ground and will erect a handsome home Lexington was as dead as a last years bird nest until the Elks put their shoulder to the wheel and push ed her to the front In fact every thing that has been done for the citys advancement in recent years has come from the Elks If it were in the boys power to drum out some of the pro fessional politicians who have Lexing tons machinery in hand they would soon make the best town in the A CINCINNATI judge has granted a divorce to a husband because his wife prefers sleeping with a dog This lets down the bars to many hundreds of longsuffering women if they will only have courage to take advantage of it Sam Jones says if he were a woman he would rather get in bed with a wet dog than with a drunken husband A JUDGE of the Court of Appeals has decided that Gov Beckham is eli gible reelection and this will set at rest the talk that he could not again till the executive chair Gov Beck ham has made a splendid executive doing what he Delieved to be right in all matters before him TilE other day a Lexington police man accidentally we presume got in to a church and being unfamiliar with such structures tumbled into the baptistry and almost drowned This is singular indeed but the find Ing of that much water in Lexington sounds a little fishy sure WE notice some of the newspaper boys are running the commissioners sale ads in leaded brevier The law I I I they difference latter purchased state prevent says this must be solid and some fellow is going to get into trouble if he dont mind out 31T IIEBKON Mrs Robert Preston remains very illThe protracted meeting is in prog ress at this place Earl Grow bought a work mule from Sam Morford Price 650 W D Scott sold to John Roberts of Jessamine one calf for 66 Born to the wife of John Jackson a tine baby boy christened Carl Woods Thomas Montgomery sold 4 large hogs to Wm Ruble at Gc he also sold a heifer to same party for Messrs Arch and Jim Taylor of Lincoln were the guests of Messrs Russell and Wm Yanderpool last week Mrs Oliver Merideth and daughter Bessie and Mrs Gibson of Stanford spent a part of last week with relatives in this vicinty Cha Oxford who has been at this place several weeks returned to his home in Virginia Tuesday much to the sor row of one young lady of this commu nity Misses Hattie Bogie and Gulley accompanied by LouisRay were the guests of Miss Edna Scott Saturday night and Sunday Misses Addie and Ella Carter and Mary Dean of Hanley are the guests of their aunt Mrs Alex Dean Mess Ben King and Wilson Moore spent Sunday with G W Thompson MARKSBURY House Aldridge bought of J W Simpson a nice beef at 3c Rev W M Stallings is holding a two weeks protracted meeting in Lewis county Mr and Mrs M F Rout and Mrs W M Stallings attended services at the Danville Baptist church Sunday eve ning Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson visited relatives in Lancaster Thurs day and attended Mrs Reids enter tainment The Ladies Working will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs W M Stallings Mr and Mrs VanArsdall o f Harrodsburg spent Sunday with N II Bogie and wife Mrs Tom Barker and children went to Cartersville chestnut hunting last Friday Mr V M Rice and wife and little daughter Stella spent Sun day with their parents T I Herring and wife Mrs 11 D Aldridge enter tained a few friends at a dining last Wednesday J R Haselden and wife Mrs Catharine Aldridge and Miss Aldridge of Lancaster spent Sun day with H D Aldridge and wife Frank Parks bought of Mr Russell his farm known as the old Floyd place for 1300 A Dozen Time 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 1 tried Foleys Kidney Cure After using two bottles I am cured C C J E Stormes 1m 18 Agnes Kitty Minnie Society Nr Handsome Enlarged Picture FREE Begining Oct 31 for 3O days Sincerely believing that there is a distinct appropriateness about it we will give an elegant enlarged picture 16 x 20 framed and ready to hang with every tombstone to the of 16 or more This is the same work you would pay This offer will be open 30 days Oct 31 buying work less than stated price can get pictures at actual cost Garrard County Marble Works Shop next to Mason Hotel i an agent from 4 to 6 for Satisfaction guaranteed Parties i value LOWELL I Dick Campbell is visiting W II Hal stem at this place S M Davis is in from Hamilton 0 to see his wife who is sick Jit title writing Thesaw mill is in trim at this place now and it is a great improvement to the place There are two cases of scarlet fever in Lowell and it is feared it will scat ter over the town There was a crowd from this place went chestnut hunting Saturday and reported a line time The infant babe of Milford Lee died Friday and was buried Saturday at Paint Lick cemetery All persons knowing themselves in debted to me will please call and set tie as I am making arrangements to leave Lowell soon L D Ilardwick When a person is a good liverthe result ofttimes is a bad liver PAINT LICK Our stock men ship from one to cars of stock every week Our bank deposits are now climbing up close to one hundred thousand dol lars Our mill puffs away every day as regular as an automatic hydraulic ram Our market is booming on every thing from hen eggs to 1800 pound cattle Mike Xoe has sold his farm near here for 10000 cash and is now on the fur another one First One of our farmers here says he has ears of turn that measure 11 inches in circumference 7 inches long and has M rows JILJennSugsCuhavemovcd into their new quarters and are selling goods right and left They have two clerks besides little Hob the beauty who floes the crowing A H Estridge is now building on his last spot of ground a barber shop a butcher shop and shoe shop The man that gets in our town in any branch of business is called a lucky number Your little doodlebug towns that write items for THE RECORD proba bly think that our town has quit busi ness The whole truth of the matter is we cant take time to write items for any paper only by snapshots James Lusk a small boy has in his possession a bank note on time Bank of Kentucky Lexington Xo 1S77 date 1S39 signed M TTood cashier J N Tilford Pros also one 500 note on the Singapore Bank Michigan No signature or date State jokes condemned come under the head of roasted chestnuts Arrived at time home of I C Rucker on Sunday night about i oclock a tine 12lb cat fish a present from his son John caught with hook and line at tached to a floating bottle Rucker is very fond of children and fish but says he is now glad the last arrival was a cat lish R C I Nature has provided an excellent place for a pool on J B Parks farm just on the hill above us which Parks agrees to give to the town for water for tire protection An estimate on pipe from pool hydrants hose c would not cost us over 8800 yet we take the chances from day to day New HUH Line Rice Benge formerly of Lancaster but who is now in the livery business at Danvillv has with Chas Coulter established a new bus line to the depot in that city and invites all his old friends for a share of patronage B in charge and prompt and polite service is insured 2t Seeing is believing When you have seen our large and well assorted stock of sideboards tables chairs Bedroom suits and etc You will believe our prices are right Come and see With ers Furniture Co Stanford Low Rates For lloiucseekerci On the first and third Tuesdays of each and Round Trip to the Great Southwest Write for illustrated literature and particulars BAKKEU GenIPass Tkt Agt MKTRy St Louis This is to give fair warning to tax payers that the penalty will be added to town taxes in a few days so dont complain when the additional money is demanded This notice is to save you extra expense and during my ill ness Mr J W Hamilton will receive the taxes at the circuit court clerks office in court house Pay now and save several dollars S D Rothwell collector Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat It digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon strncting or is the latest discovereddigest ant and tonic No approach it in and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Ell other results ofimperfect digestion Price50candl Largesize contains 2H times email size Book spepsiamallodfrea PrtMrtd by E C DeWITT a CO CblCQflO Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rt what you at a lookout Farris is monthOneway J eras Fair Kodol preparatIon- can N Northern Nf Rarning Dig Look with Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples Th y dont havu then nor will any one who ti es Piiickliirs Ariiira Sav II glorifies face or Salt Rheum xan ish before it it cures sore lips hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 2fe at II E McRoDerts and Fish drug store Paint Lick 1m Sometimes the card sharper isntso sharp but what there is a sharper Out Fur Fever Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented by clean sing the system with Te Witts Little Early Risers These famous little pills do not gripe They move the bowels gently but copiously and by reason of the tonic properties give tone and strength to the glands Cereal food for breakfast is to be continued in our next Mothers Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It is the chilnrens best tonic It gets digestion at work so that their food does them good and they grow up healthy and strong 25c at 11 E Mc Roberts druggist 1m The Printers union cannot very well exclude gentlemen ot color Natural Anxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children take cold so easily Uo disease costs more little lives than croup Its attack is so sudden that the sufferer is often be yond human aid before the doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to One Minute Cough Cure Liquifies the mucus allays inllammation re moves danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat and lung trouble F S McMahon Hampton Ga A bad cold rendered me just before an oratorical contest I intended to withdraw but One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal In the Lazy Mans club meeting the members never make any unnecessary motions Xo danger of consumption if you use Foleys Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn cough C C J E Stormes The prisoner doesnt think to criti cise time way the judge punctuates his sentence Out or Deaths laws When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver trouble j that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durham X C Dr Kings Sew Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect heath Lest pills on earth and only Hoc at R E McRob erts Lancaster and Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m As the leader of the orchestra said to the trombone player Let her slideFoleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m There are times when even the wise photographer cannot throw light on the subject It Goe Eight to the Spot When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment will give prompt relief It rues right to the spot said an old man who was it in to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House 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 pains and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest fiOc and at R E McRobertsdruggist 1m Silence in the court applies to the lovemaking of a deaf and dumb coupleWe dont all have our own way out though it is a fact that every person has a way of his own lieautifiil Complexions Are spoiled by using any kind of pre paration that fills the pores of the skin The best way to secure a clear com plexion free sallowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional doses of Herbine will cleanse the bowels the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion f0c at R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Money makes the mate go and also takes money to make a horse trot His Life In Peril I just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to 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 Even when a tune is in sharps or Hats it sound perfectly natural Season Ticket The Lancaster Lyceum Company has guaranteed payment to six stan dard attractions to appear at the court house on Nov 17th Dec 12th Jan 7 Feb 4th and 25th and March 18th They will serf season tickets good for all the attractions reserved seats at 2 tickets not transferable This will be 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 IIH iIa I i hOlTor on Skin the Cos Look took I I n i Ten 5c 100 from t worl when may I t i on ltrnatin E z Irma chapped Lancaster voiceless rubbing alma regulate P o J JIF 11ryIJJJJc the dressiest and one of the t overcoats worn this season An accepted standard of not made merely good enough but partiaiariy S well made and I MAZE 1 TO MEAJURE i ONLY 3 the Royal Tailors of Chicago See the latest Royal designs in swagger overcoats business and semidress suits Royal tailoring is square tailoring 5 it makes friends Give us your patronage and well win your friendship J American fashion If fi by I I popular We have the exclusive local sale of Royal tailoring It is a money saving proposition to all dont worry about the satisfaction part of it we insure that see over five hundred of the newest widest we have ever shcn I I Calland fabricsthe range J C HEMPH1LL Agent Lancaster Ky The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon i our lands fur hunting fishing or purpuse whatever as we will all offenders to time fullest extent of the law S F Embry Price Bro Ed X B Price George Lea veil Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Cox J M Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Malian Mrs N B Anderson it A Benzieyj Clay Suttoii Win Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear Do You to Yawn Feel cold shiverintrs aching in the bones lack of energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent headache high fever extreme nervousness a condition known as malaria Heroine cures it Take it before the disease gets a fair hold though it will work a cure in any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I loire used your great medicine Heroine for several years There is nothing bet ter for malaria chills and fever head aches biliousness and for a bloodpur j ifying tunic theta is nothing as good SOc at R E McHoberts druggist 1m The addresses on dead letters are often perfectly killing Go s Iil Hot CnU The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smith o Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung dis eases who could get no help from doc tors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it and 11 E McRobcrts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satis faction or refund price Trial bottles free Regular sizes oOc and 1 1m The billaird table is a ball bearing contrivance Forty Years Torture To be relieved from a torturing dis ease after 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone That is what De Witts Witch Hazel Salve did for C O He i says DeWitts Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years Cures cuts burns wounds skin diseases Beware counterfeits They dont look natural crossed eyes Spent More Than 910OO W W Baker of Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen years She tried a number of doctors and without relief She became very low and lost all hope A friend recom mended Foleys Honey and Tar and to this great remedy it saved She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse substitutes C C J EStormes Foreign parts European divorces The Worst Forte Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they eat by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good Mrs Crantill of Troy I T writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspep sia which grew into the worst form Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am i cured I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It digests what you eat 1m n POSTia I any prosecute j I H Ilanc Witch tt Plainview spent over 4 i ant 1000 thank transforming allover entirely i t 1 The season has arrived for S Painting and Papering Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc I I Handsomest line of we have ever shown I S I S I 1 PAPERS J j Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store On Danville Street s Opposite Thompsons Jewelry Store Headquarters For EtCa I New line of T 1 O IS IS Just Received can save you money on Physicians Prescriptions Bring them to us HH M H M H M M M M t We Can Supply Your Every Want 0 0 0 Frisbies Store i 2 1 Paints Glass Varnishes S Lt r 0 0 e 0 0 0 0 0 it t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t OO OsOvO OsOvOeOcOrOvO sOvOvOvO OCOvP Q 0 Drug V 3 O 4 0 O 0 0 oooe o1o0o ocooo 0000 o ao a 000 Rakes Harrows Binders Mowers Plows Corn Planters We keep constantly in stock a complete line of Table and Pocket Cutlery Scissors Locks and all kinds of light and heavy Hardware Prices the Lowest T B WALKER ft SON Successors to J M Higginbotham J 1 f i i It Cultivators t CONTSTUDEBAKER WAGON WILL BE GIVEN Xmas day to the most popular Farmer of County Each dollar paid for goods at K F POSTLES Hardwire store gives one a vote Get your friends to help you or help some friend LIST OF LEADING VOTES q 4 I r01 0m rYw QaoQC S- Z 1 D FOIl fX i H C Arnold W B Denny Frank Pierce Win Royston JB Ruble W It Cook Walker J A Sanders JF White J B Wooer J M Sag J II Dunn JCFox Jas II Dunn Jj2 1- 0iI SS 72 T3 E II eo 47 to n21 22 21 HI 3ii2 i r l t i2 Tevis Thompson IS John Bourne 17 3 J B Robinson 17 J no B Parks 17 x A K Walker 15 Robt Burton 14 TCGullcy 13 fc Andrew Thompson 12 Jij Ike Arnold VI J Y Robinson 31 Frank Ilolfclaw 11 L F Warner 10 Walter Casey 8 J flo T I Q S Layton S S A R Denny Counting Robt Kinnard 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 I 1 J S Roblllson Com tee J 7U1 v rrJLW1WVJIZ1 IVJMCI JI J 9 JVIJ 31- n fiftffffrftfflrTh1h nfiffi1ITtfii tffi I I I I IfJ Ii- I I E IwJJYij mmmummw rwmlIDlI llRIlWmW1WJII 1l1I ll Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Are In Miss Ollie Hackley is with friends this week Dr Ashley has been visiting parentsMrs Hill was over from Dan ville Saturday Gov W O Bradley spent Sunday with his family Hon John T Hays has returned from Burborsville Miss Nellie Martin left Monday for Wier home in Louisville Mrs Clara Bettis moved Wednesday to her farm in Lowell Richard Anderson is visiting his mother Mrs Sue Anderson Miss Wood of Stanford visited Miss Mary Burnside Friday Mrs Emma Kay of Owensboro is visiting her neice Mrs W T West Mrs S P Grant of Danville is her mother Mrs Harriet Price Charlie Walker of the L and N railroad visited his mother Saturday Mrs Ike Philips has been visiting Miss Lizzie Johnson Danville avenue Mr W T fryers of Middlesburg is visiting his daughter Mrs Jas bymp n Mrs W C Price and son Graham of Danville were visitors here Satur dayMiss Hare of Nicholasville is her sister Mrs McClellan John ston Misses Buford and Myers of Nicho lasville attended the street fair FOUND FINE POUND Ladies are de lighted Come and get first choice They will sell trouble to show goods H H Ballon We Benton visiting s visiting Saturday UEENSV ARE N o J 8 ie 1w I Misses Bronaugli and James of Crab Orchard were visitors her Sat urdav Misses Anna and Mary Noel of Danville visited Miss Lillie Noel Mr Herbert Julley and bride visited Mr David Russ and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Donald McDonald after a few days visit to relatives has returned DanvilleMr Ben Gaines has been visiting relatives in Shelbyville and Louisville Mr Robert Sallee of Danville was the guest of Miss Margaret Tomlin son Friday Miss Mary Gill has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Ports mouth Ohio Misses Nellie Bourne and Lizzie Simpson have been visiting Miss Mat ThompsonMr Bryan were the charming guests of Miss Minnie Ar nold Sunday Messers Pig Roger Rucker and Mis ElIza of Paint Lick were III town Saturday Mr James Maret secretary of the Jastin telephone company was in town this week Mrs J I Hamilton has joined her husband in Memphis Tcnn for sev oral mouths visit Miss Jessie Powell of Ilustonvillc is the guest of Miss Katie Simpson at the Mason hotel Misses Lizzie Hudson and Alice Walker have returned from a pleasant visit to Richmond Mrs J F Ruble who has been with daughter here went to Buena Vista for a few days Mrs Smith Hurt of llyattsville and sisterinlaw Miss Margarette were in Danville Wednesday Messrs Lewis Gill Waller Hudson and Victor Stone spent Saturday and Sunday with home folk Mr and Mrs Sam Ilaselden have been guests ot Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan of icholasville Miss Jennie Skinner after a visit to sister Miss Lucrctia has return ed to her home in Buena Vista Miss Tine Johnson has returned from a most pleasant visit to Miss Mollie Harmon of Ilustonvillc Miss Kittie of Hyattsville and her Aunt Mrs Will Wells were visit ing in Madison County last week Charles Anderson has joined IllS wife and children for a visit to his sis ter Mrs Bowman in Lewis county Mrs J B Conn and children Estel la Bristow Katie and Jennie Wil liams spent Saturday at Cartcrsville Mr Banks Hudson wife and pretty little daughter Porter Scott have re turned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs I C Shropshire and little girl Margaret of Cynthiana are guests of R II Batson and family Lexington avenueMrs Goodknight and bright lit tie boy Thomas David Goodnight of Stanford were guests of friends Sat urdayJesse Alverson represented the Journal here Monday When we saw him he wasl consulting Madam Zelka the fortune teller Miss Lizzie Tatem of Point Leavell is still comfined to her room Mr t I I I f lrs I I her I her 11 urt Stanford Saturday Miss Tatem has live cases of fever in his family this Summer Mr Jesse Duty after having under gone a very successful operation MoMurtry Infirmary in Louisville was able to come home Friday Lexington Demociat Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford came over Thursday and will take a course in music this winter at tilt Conservatory Mrs Henry Hurt of Hyattsville was called to the bedside of her sick daugh ter Mrs James Ray of Greensburg Ind Her daughter Miss Isabelle her Lexington Democrat Miss Chris tine Bradley who has been at St Jo sephs Hospital for several weeks is much improved and will leave Satur day for her home in Lancaster where she will remain for a short stay before going to Louisvile to spend the win ter The following couples attended the Delsarte entertainment at Kirksville Saturday evening Duke Margaret Tomlinson Will Doty Miss Mary Landram Burnside Joe Francis Miss Alberta Anderson Dr Chris Faris and Miss Marksbury- Mhldlesboro Record Herbert Kin naird who has been holding a position in the freight ollice left Wednesday for his Ironic in Lancaster he was ac companied by his sister Miss Grace who has completed a course in under Mrs McKay Mr Craig Ralston represented the Danville Advocate here Monday He and Owen Mclntyrc have put a lot of ginger in the Advocate and it is one of the best and liveliest exchanges we get They are deserving young men and have the best wishes of the news paper buys and public generally UICSOLrTIOS Oir KKSPKCT Resolutions of respect on the death of Brother C Edwin Poyntz Paint Lick Lodge No 12 Knights ofPythiasWhereas We are brought to see the conlroling power of our omnipatent God in the death of our friend and brother Dr C Edwin Poyntz Paint Lick Lodge No 12 Knights of Pythis has lost one who from its in ception has been a most active elli cient and untiring worker for the Pythian cause Resolved That through his leach we have lost an inherent factor in the development and furtherance of the furtherance of the great principles for which our order stands and that we have sustained an irreparable loss in a counsellor whose judgement was ac curate and far reaching a friend affec tionate and true Resolved also That we extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to Him above who ducth all things well and a copy of these resolutions be transcribed on the minute book of Paint Lick Lodge a copy sent to the bereaved family also to the Lancaster and Richmond papers for publication W G Keiuper Y S Casenberg V L Howe Coin tee on Resolutions Whereas It has pleased the Supreme ArchilecL ot the Universe to can from our niiUst Dr luhvin Povnl to Uilce Iris place in the Grand Lodge on list and v nereub We deeply mourn the loss of our departed brothei who prac ticed in his daily lire tile principles of Masonry Resolved That in the death of Brother Poyntz Paint Lick Lodge No 140 has lust a true and faithful brother and the community a good and upright citizen Resolved That we extend to his bereaved family our deepest sympathy and commend them Him who has power to heal the broken hearted Resolved That these resolutions be spread at large upon the records of tile lodge also puolished in our local papers and a copy under the seal of the lodge be sent to Brother Poyntz family W tf Fish A B Estrldgc Com tee It A Beasley Paint Lick Ky Oct 23 1102 Resolutions of A O U W Lodge No 137 Whereas It has pleased our Supreme Master to tape from this Lodge below to the Supreme Lodge Above out brother J Edwin Poyntz in the thirty third itt year of his life and on the 211 day 01 Oct 1U02 Therefore be it resolvedThat We feel deeply and sorely the loss sustained by our brothers death butt as a personal one and as one of our beloved brotliren That We recognize in him a true faithful and elllcient worker for our cause That While feeling keenly our loss Vie bow submissively to the inevitable That We express our heartfelt patty to the bereaved parents and family praying that the Above Father will till the wants of their sorrowing hearts with His grace and enable them to be faithful unto death That A copy of these resolutions be sent to the family to the Kentucky Workman our county paper and a page in our record book be set apart sacred to our brothers memory W F Champ S B Jennings W F Parks Committee Where as in the death of our friend and brother Dr U Edwin Poyntz the Young liens Christian Association of Paint Lick has lust one of most ac live and conscientious and energetic workers therefore be it Resolved that we express our appreciation of iris and interest in the work and our sorrow at his decease whilein the strength and vigor of manhood that we recognize in his death the wisdom and love of God and bow in to His will that we make these resolutions a part of the records of the Association present a copy to the be reaved father and have them tn the Lancaster and Richmond Henry F L Woods R M Beaesly Committee Dr W C Cas enburg President had i accompanied Guodloe A I tic I I lit tu Wc care uf ecty llI the helpfulness su mission papers Moore f I a Miss stenography td LANCASTER METHODIST CHURCH A Brief History Written by Judge N Sandifer a Former Citizen of Our Town On the first day of May 1S44 I left Danville and opened shop in Lancas ter Ky On moving to Lancaster 1 took my church letter and united with the church in Lancaster which I found at that time to contain but five members and as I now recollect they had no regular pastor Dr Jeremiah Pearce and Benjamin Gresham were the male members and female mem hers were old sister Gresham Dr Pearcc wife and old sister Wilmot the membership who lived in the country was James Stegar and wife Peter C Lawless and wife Thompson Arnold and wife the fatherand moth er of Joseph and Clay Arnold and old brother Alverson and wife These I think wore all that claimed to be Methodists when I went to Lancas ter I think the Kentucky Annual Conference in 1845 iiiacle provision for them and made Lancaster a part of a circuit and gate us preaching once a month At this time there was only one church building in Lancaster the Old Union Brick church which was deeded by the original donor Mrs Paulding to all Protestant excepting Roman Catholics and Shaking Quakers The preacher sent us by Conference in 1845 was by the name of Richard Dungan quite a large and fleshy man not very much at preaching but like the old woman in the dance when complained of said what she lacked in dancing she made up in turning round This was the case with old brother Dungan he was very able in exhortation and prayer 1 now have a yield recollection of the old brother Preaching on a very hot day he was wiping the perspiration from his brow and laboring hard to interest his audience when old Gresham sitting on the pew next to the pulpit threw his head back and went fast tosleepand slept during the discourse but waked up about the close of the sermon and after thecon was dismissed hesteppcd up to the preacher and said We had a good meetinir to day brother Dungan to which Dungan replied Yes Bro Gresham and one poor soul found rest And who was that brother Dungan It was yourself brother Gresham for while I way trying to preach you were fast asleep The old brother was a good meaning man but of a negative character he was so or ganized that he could not help sleep ing in time of church service The Presbyterians had just built them a church and left the old Union It had been occupied by the four leading denominations Presbyte rian Baptist Christian or Discples and the Methodist The Baptists were the next to build then the Chris tian built them a church So the old Union church was left entirely to the Methodist who made up in money about 6700 and repaired the old church and made it comfortable and in 184 Charles Miller was by the Conference placed in charge of Lancaster and Stanford We then had preaching ev ray other Sunday Wren I first went to Lancaster in 1844 I engaged as teacher in the Pres byterian Sunday school and remained there until the Baptist church was completed they the Baptist then called a young man by the name of Tharp to be their pastor they organ ized a Sunday school and Tharp was made superintendent and there were seven young ladies of that persuasion that formed a class and they elected me as their teacher and notified me of the same I then submitted the matter to W IT Kinnaird who was the superintendent of the Presbyter an Sunday school and his decision was that he would hate forme to leave his school but he could not see how I could decline taking charge of the young ladies so I went and took charge of the class At the end of the Tharp resigned as pastor of the church in order to take a course in Georgetown College and I was elected superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school I remained in the school that year By that time the Methodist had completed the repairs in the old church and called me to take charge of the school in our own church 1 did so reluctantly as 1 had spent two years in the Baptist school to me with pleasure and I think with profit I knew that our school would necessari ly be small as there were but few Methodists to patronize it still I consented and did the best I could Miller our pastor was regarded as a promising young man and usually commanded good congregations At this early life as a minister he quite a spirit of controversy and denominations developed brother year he prepared a sermon on infant bap tism which he read to me and asked my opinion as to whether he should read it or not I decided that it was good anel he preached it several times After Miller left us the Conference sent B M Messick to fill the two ap pointments in Lancaster and Stan ford I recollect him coming to my shop and after inquiring my name he introduced himself as B M Messick sent by Conference to take charge of Lancaster and Stanford churches I then gave him a hearty welcome and went with him down home and him to my wife as our preacher I recollect as soon as she got an op portunity she said to me What could have induced the Conference to send a buy to preach for us I told her I supposed that the Conference knew what it was doing and that she must not decide too soon as to the merits of the young man Ills first sermon was a very fine effort for a young preacher that pleased my wife and she was ever afterwards an un compromising friend of Messick About this time Stanford was made a station and Lancaster was again thrown in a circuit and we had but little preaching A young preacher by the name of Reid for us occasionally and then a young preacher by the name of Godby preached on the church was not built still in a feeble condition I had been made steward and after the death of Dr Pearce the responsibilities of collecting rested upon me and my rule was at that time to collect what I could and then pay the balance of the preachers claimI recollect on one accasion that old father James was the preacher for a while he was popular as a preacher and commanded respect This was about the condition of the church in Lancaster when the late war broke out in 1851 After that there was regular preaching until peace was declared The Federal soldiers took charge of the church and destroyed our book and most of the seats and made a stable for their horses in one curlier of the church After they left it our presiding Elder George W tier rett had an estimate of the repairs necessary which amounted to two thousand dollars He called on me for a subscription and I told him I would not give one dollar for it that if he would give me two thousand dollars I would build him a church that the ti tle would be in the Methodist church South but he was nut satisfied and broHght the matter up before the Quarterly Conference and made a warm speech in behalf of the repairs to the old church and I also made a statement saying that I did nut think we ought to spend so much money on a church that we only had one fourth interest in the Conference voted that I was the Elder notified me that he would bring it up at the District Conference which he did He brought it up and made an argu ment in favor of repairing the old church after he was through I made a statement as to the title making ita union church saying that if we it at 2000 expense we could not control it as our property that other denominations could claim an equal interest with us and we could not reject them Here I first became acquainted with Dr Morris Evans he had lately come from Texas He made a speech favor ing my side of the question the vote was then taken and every member of the Conferenceexcepta young who I think was employed by the Presiding Elder voted that I was right and against repairs We then had no house to worship in but the Presbyterian generously of fered theirs at any time it was not oy them then of course we had no regular pastor but would have a preacher John G Bruce in passing from his home near Danville to his District in Madison county would stop and give us a ser mon At that time the church I think had a little more strength financially than it had in 1844 when 1 went to Lancaster I left Lancaster in January 1870and about this time the Presbyterian brethren determined to buildachurch of more capacity and modern and they sold their old church to the Methodists who worshiped in it for a number of then determined to build the new church with a nice parsonage and are in good condition This to me is gratifying knowing as 1 do the many embarrassments that beset from the first but to God be all the praise for what they now are and what they may yet become N introduced preached the circuit but upwas little rightthen repaired preacher occupied occasionally improvements regularfinanci- ally t Business and Bargains For cotton sacks for clo ver seed Marksbury Son Save labor and expense by buying a Deering Corn Harvester from Gaines Bros s18tf Buy Blankes celebrated coffees Sold byCurrey Davidson Blue grass seed for sale H A B Marksbury Son You must come in and pay your ac count I need the money and must have it R A Stone I have for sale some nice baled Mil let from pure Southern German seed J2otf J F Robinson Land for Sale Fiftyfive acres of good land at Marksbury Ky E Harlan s2tf Wanted Clover timothy Millet and hemp seed for which we will pay the highest market price H A B Marksbury Son Buy International Poultry Food the greatest egg producer known Sold only by Currey Davidson For Rent A five room cottage on Lexington street Apply to J F Robinson- at National Bank School Tax The school tax book for this year is now ready Please call and settle need the money PMM E W Harris Treas line of Grinin Skelley Co evaporated fruit best on the market at Currey Davidson Gurnard Hotel Notice All those indebted to the Garrard Hotel for meals and etc please call at the National Bank of Lancaster and settle their accounts with Mr S C Denny who will receipt for same tf Respt T B Long Farm for Sale Good land well improved Address me at Marksbury Ky H D Ald ridge 923tf Full line of Lippencott Cree Gos pure Preserves Come in and taste our samples and piv s yourorder v Davidson Dont think because I only owe him 2 or S75 that he can make out that small amount remember 200 or 300 such accounts amount to quite a little sum So come in and settle at once Stone Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office Josephs cloak and fur opening Oct 11th lUoiim Itlellick Embroidery I am now prepared to give lessons in Mount Mellick Embroidery Price very reasonable Miss Hood Danville avenue To TaxPayers The tax books are now ready and you can find me at my ofllce ready to receive taxes This is a matter that must be attended to so why put it off Respectfully W L Lawson Sheriff For Sale or Trade One of the most uptodate Thresh ing Rigs in the country practically as good as new consisting of 10 horse power Russell Traction Engine and Separator with selffeeder Wind stacker tank and pump hose etc Everything complete Will sell cheap or trade to real estate Reason fo selling ill health call on or address O W Potts Teatersville Ky 928tf For Sale or Rent My new residence on Lexington street Possession given at once Dr J M Acton 91tf Notice Tills If you owe me you must call at the old stand and settle your account In order to save cost it must be done at once Theo Currey 928tf Notice We will run our grist mill on of each week so if you want the old process meal bring in your corn on that day Please dont forget the day ST Leavel Co 16tf I have some pld accounts if not paid soon I will list them and sell them So if you do not want yours sold you had best call and pay it T Currey 928tf STRAYED From my place on Sep tember22nd a black boar with weight about 200 Ibs leading to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded R A Stone o2tf The new Rail Road and Electric Road is soon to be built But while this is coming on come to the Buffalo Roller Mills at Paint Lick Ky with your wheat and corn and get the best flour your ever ate Especial given to both custom and work Burnam Rucker oc16tf For Sale For cash or I will trade for other property a 5 acre lot well improved having a good store bouse a dwelling of 5 rooms and good shop for black smith and wood work and all 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 i SaleNew nAB German without R A Emma tt 814tf Tuesdays whiteface Information attention merchant necessary W R Jarvis t t tttttttttt tt S awe Afresh C V S S t If you have not paid your taxes you will timid Sanders and Ward in E W Harris 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 ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining in office unclaimed weekending Oct 23d 1902 Mary Burnside James Cook ten E M Durming Ililratic Leather Co Miss Gurgie McTerning Ethel Meadows Miss Stella McClery Ben Wilmot If called for say advertised Win West P M For Sale Fancy bred Belgian Hares Lord Britain Fashoda and other strains Joseph n Dunn Bryantsville Ky oc 243t Taken Lp as JEstrnj Bay horse three white feet about 14 hands high Came to my house October 2G Owner can get same by paying charges Willis Roach Lan caster For Sale or Rent A good store room 30x40 also good dwelling and barn best stand in coun oct302t Stone Ky Public Sale Stock Crop Implements c Having sold my farm I will offer for sale on Wednesday NOT 5 1902 the following described property at public auction on the premises three miles west of Lancaster on the Dan ville pike 57 good feeding cattle 15 or 20 hogs 4 cows 2 heifers 8 calves 5 good work mules 1 Buggy horse 2 yearling colt 500 or 500 bbls of corn 6 hundred shocks of fodder a lot of timothy hay 14 acres of hemp in shock lot of cedar of binders wheatdrill cornplanters plows harrows two wagons harness hayframes and many other things to numerous to mention Also some and kitchen furniture 10 new hemp brakes TEIUIS All sums 310 and under over that a good note payable in Gmonths from day of sale with 5 Del cent negotiable and payable BankSale at 10 oclock sharp Lunch on ground T D English Auct J J WALKER Notice to Hear Proof Mary C Cox and others Prffs vs Jno M Higginbothams Admr Dft In pursuance of an order of the Garrard Circuit Court made at the August Term 1902 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 Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN and GAR DEN We employ NO Agents but sell DIRECT Catalogue on implication BOTH PHONES H F HILLENMEYER SON Lexington Kentucky ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge a candidate for the Democratic nation for the judgeship of the 13th judicial district of Kentucky composed of the coan tied of Boyle Garrard Lincoln and Mercer M C SAUFLET For Commonwealth Attorney We are authorized to announce Char A Hardin as a candidate before the Democratic party Commonwealth Attorney of this thIS thirteenth Judicial District For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon W C Bell as a candidate before the Democratic par tr for Circuit Judge of this the Thirteeth Ja diciaial District PUBLIC SALE Of a Good Business Stand 13ft 1902 at 2 oclock p m we will offer at public sale in the town of vine 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 on lot This is the best room in central Kentucky and as good a country stand as there is in the State Amount of business done annually 20000 One dwelling in good repair six rooms on halfacre lot stable on lot One dwelling of 9 rooms new very convenient one acre lot good outbuildingsTerms sale Write for full particulars J X DUNN CO Bryantsville Garrard county Ky Lancaster Post S RCot It goodsis Farmingimplements household interest- at throughThis lam nom buildings equippedstore cash Nova 1 f Bryants oxtit 1 P I c Restored so ileaisiiI 1 y T JI d If11f tilI 11111rTtj rr iff 1i nf4A it I w Goo A woman born blind never appreciates the real loss of sight A woman who has been an invalid all her life does not fully realize the loss she sus tains But a young woman in the very springtime of life who loses her health knows to the full her own deprivation Dreams of home and husband all vanish when the shadow womanly illhealth falls across them It is no wonder then that a woman is glad to praise Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion when it has been the means of restoring her to good health of ivnmpti offer tribute of praise to Favorite Prescription which has cured them of headache backache nervousness sleeplessness etc by curing the womanly diseases t oft t Thousands u T t x t this t which cause these ailments debilitating drains jjt inflammation ulceration and female weakness I have taken six bottles of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes 5 Miss JM Fyfe of Orilla Simcoe Co Ontario and two bottles of the 1 Pleasant Pellets as you advised for congestion of uterus ovaries and I weakness and can safely say that your has been the means of restoring me to health which I had not had for over three f years taking your medicine I thank you very much for prompt attention to my letter j Sick women especially those suffering from diseases of are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly coufiden tial Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y i Th Peoples Common Sanso Medical Advisor paper carers I sattt free on recctpt of 21 onocsnt stamp to pay expense of mailing ONLY Add Of R V Piece Buffalo It Y 4 t 4kindand r askingadvice or 4 t T l f u t longstanding 4 444 4r4 1414 44444 44444444444 For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Clover Seed mar ket price Banks Hudson UlStf- ClovcrSeed price Banks Hudson 918 tf Twenty to forty bushels Bluegrass Seed for sale W B Denny Point Leavell o2tf Harry Mantle of Hardin county Ky has sold his farm of 205 acres near Lexington for 835000 He made a profit of about 10000 on the sale He also sold his farm of Jifty acres near Sharpsburg in lIardin county for 3200 Kicking a cow that is lying down may make her get up more quickly but it will not induce her to give any more milk 10000 for the apple crop on a 130 acre orchard in Ilichland county Ill is reported by a Vincennes fruit grow er Our informant a member of the linn of Simpson Bros of that city said that the crop from their 100 acre orchard would bring 0000 Tnelarg er part of the trees are sixteen years old some are only ten years The same lirm ships Keiffer pears by the car load at good prices If rock salt is kept in the yard where the cows can lick it every day there is no danger that they will get too much at once For the breeding ewes some should be made in regard to food They need now and then a changebut not to an extent with some kinds of food Thus some food can be fed plentifully to breeding ewes with good results while another kind must be given moderately There is no excuse for an animal carrying a pair of horns upon the farm Many a cow goes into winter V II1II WantedHighest WantedHighest market i distinction t AN OLD SOREII in poor condition because she has been pestered by the horn fly which its eggs about the base of the horn later followed by maggots which de stroy the horn growth If the horns were not there this would not occur Who will maintain that the growth of horns is not cruel Where milk is handled in considera ble quantities it will pay to use a reg ular aerator of which there are sever al styles on the market though near ly all of them work on the same prin ciple and accomplish both aeration and cooling at the same time The milk is made to How slowly in a thin layer over a large cool surface Some of there aerators are made with a surface something like a washboard and are so arranged that a stream of cold water is forced upward through the inside to keep the surface cool A great many men when judging of a cows dairy ability are guided al most entirely by the udder If that is large and tine they think she must be a good cow no matter what her form otherwise is Of course a good udder usually goes with a good dairy form but not always and when it does not the cow is a partial or total failure as a dairy cow Those who own farms all things con sidered had better let the renters and the homeless do the buying now and not sell and themselves be thrown among the army of homeseekers that travel with every excursion Better stick to the old home two years long er no matter how bad you want to get away You see the good points of other farms and countries now and all the bad ones of your own but after you sell the reverse will be the case An Adair county farmer according to the Columbia Spectator desiring to keep abreat of the times concluded to make a corn harvester He procuied a sled and attached a blade on the right side of the front of the runner to cut the corn Next he erected an upright piece near the center of the sled for him to lean upon He hitch ed a horse to the harvester and all deposits corrugated Vill sour the sweetest disposition and transform the most even tempered lov able nature into a crossgrained and 3Ifare ever excusable it is when the body is tortured by an eating and painful sore It is discouraging to find after months of diligent and faithful use of remedies the place remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever Every chronic sore no matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of some previous constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh poisonperhapsCancerhas and the skin its natural color It is through the circulation that the fluids are carried to the sore or ulcer and keep it irritated and inflamed S S S will purify and invigorate the stagnant blood when all sediment or regains acridcorroding other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood is carried to the diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a healthy and natural look the discharge ceases and the sore heals Several years ago my wife had a sore log and was treated by the best physicians but received nobenefit Our druggist advised her to try S S S which she did Fourteen bottles cured her and she has been well ever since Ji B DCABOLB 22 Canal St Cohoes N 7 t severe S S S is the only blood purifier tones up the general system as no other medicine does If you have a sore of any kind write us and get the advice of experienced and vegetable no made Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta G II killed Of Course You Want The Best To the Latest Creations and Swellest styles in MILLINERYC- all on us Our stock was carefully selected is pretty the cor rect and prices No old goods on hand SALLIE D TILLETT ffiJl f Ii 11 L1 II JI wuiti d nicely until Uutitinmal Vtsi eluded to balk whereupon the gen tic man remonstrated with the whip and the horse ran backward striking his legs just above the pastern joints near ly syverintr thin The richest ana most fertile body of in the United States is said to be that on Flat Creek in Bath county where the limestone is not found at a less depth than If feet Mays villc Bulletin A steam harvester weighing 100 tons that cuts threshes and has the grain from 100 acres of land in a day is reported at work in California on a 1000 acre barley Held Dried potatoes is a new idea and industry and like many other experiments promises to be a big thing It is the product of the South Carolina AgriculturalExperiment Sta Lion During the process the potatoes are boiled pealed and evaporated in a cannery and will remain it is in condition for years The potato becomes lit for eating after being soaked in warm water for an hour There are very few farmers who act ually know the exact prolit that their cows either individually or as a whole pay Hoards Dairyman has for sever al years been making careful among creamery patrons and lind that Dairy herds in the hands of men who give them good business care produce from SI HO to S K worth of mill for every dollars worth of feed consumed They also find that many who neglect their cows get much less than this in a few cases 1 worth of feed producing only cents worth of milk An Arizona station bulletin reports ei ht herds that averaged less than J wurth of milk per year while in other herds were cows that ed 800 to 70 worth per year and in two herds each numbering over forty cows the average was per cow per yearThere has never been a year when the demand for thoroughbred rams ought to be greater throughout the west than at present says the Shep herds Bulletin A large Montana sheep man informs us that Ins sheep are paying him better this year at lUc a pound for his wool than three or four years ago at UOc They have sheared eight and onequarter pounds or SI 52 per Ileece Three or four years ago they sheared six pounds at 2flc or 120 pet fleece Time cost of productiou is cents per sheep a n t profit of Tc per Ileece for the wool The improvement has been wholly due to the use of improved rams and if other sections of the west would follow Montana in the generous purchase of eastern rams they would get equally as good prices for their wool General News Notes Most Important Events of the Day Boiled Down to Readable Shape Items from Everywhere I An injunction has been asked on behalf of a Catholic priest in Bracken county restraining the school trustees from allowing the Bible to be read in the schools A daughter of Horace Williamson was shot twice through the head from ambush and instantly killed near Ma rion last night It is supposed the shots were intended for her escort Coal mining was generally resumed in the anthracite region iast Thursday In some places there was delay occa sioned by the necessity forgetting the mines ready In other localities 7ij per cent of the men returned to work Some of the men refused to go to work at the independent mines because no tices were posted requiring them to agiee to abide by the decision of the anthracite commission The report of Judson W Lyons Reg ister of the United States Treasury shows that out of a total of 782934 330 of bonds only 15022850 ard held by foreigners and of this latter amount 12578000 are owned by insu rance companies and are on deposit with the Superintendent of Insurance in various States of the Union The special grand jury impaneled by Circuit Judge Watts Parker at Lexington to investigate the Chinn murder returned eight indictments four each against Claude OBrien and Earl Whitney The indictments are for the murder of A B Chinn shooting and wounding Asa Chiun and the bur glary of the houses L Slade and M C Alfred All are alleged to have been cimmitted on the same night Judge Parker delivered a vig orous charge to the jury He com mented at length upon the indiffer ences of public opinion and the laxity of respect for the laws In the course of his remarks he said If every spot where a man has fallen by the hands of violence were marked by a cross Lexington would resemble a city of the dead as much as a city of the liv WORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Or Kings New DiscovertF- OK Consumption Coughs andCoid Than By All Throat And Lung Remedies Combined wonderful medicine positive ures Consumption Cold Asthma Pneumonia Ho LGrippo Hoarserest Sore Throat Croup and Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price BOo 1 Trial Eottls Free Kodol Dyspepsia Cure you w r U hud successful claimed preserved I prod tie at llie Iii lea ill of 0 inK rhis eat w investigation 93 Oig A BORNEO WILD MAN IIY PKKCV tOX HlllST Borneo cop aivLy ic known AV though c it i in te Lai Is of the Ihitrb part under Jcninir of the fame us rajah of Sarawak mot of this vast iand is in the hands of untire rulers who more or less indejrendent con trol of their country AH have heard of the terrible ourangoutaugs that are found in this and the neighboring islands but in the interior and the more remote parts of Iornco there exists an miimal which ins been seen but by few Europeans To the natives by whom it is looked upon with terror it is known as the mains or manmonkey Marvelous arc the stories told by the natives of the intelligence strength and cruelty of the manmonkey and these stories extraordinary as they un doubtedly are can 110 more be dismissed with contemptuous disbelief than can be the nowproved stories respecting the African gorillaCapt By water had been captain of one of the transAtlantic lines sonic years ago and leaving the shipping company had in 1S84 been engaged to take command of a small steam yacht owned by an English who with a number of friends intend ed taking a cruise of several months in and about Malaysia One of the party had heard of ilaias and it had been arranged to try and secure a live specimen for tation to the London Zoo An uneventful cruise of some weeks brought the yacht to Borneo and steaming up to Sarawak the Englishmen landed and waited upon the rajah Sir Charles Brooke to obtain his permission before setting out on the maias hunt Permission to hunt was readily given but when the rajah heard of the object of their projected expedition lie became so in j terested that he determined to accompany them himself and so vith 50 stalwart lays as guards and an equal number of Dyaks as beaters the party set out on their dangerous journey I As they cared the locality wherein it WAS the home of the Maias the Dyaks and Malays spread themselves out in advance of the party of Englishmen the forest and all the while keeping a sharp lookout for the dreaded moved with the greatest caution and the keen anxious faces natives showed that they considered the business in hand to be no childs play Presently a loud shout from one of the Dyaks brought the party up all standing and with their lingers on thin triggers of their rifles for there was no telling how the maias might resent their intrusion the Englishmen advanced to where the native had perceived the hideous animal standing at the foot of a tree Slowly j the maias began to climb the tree in the lower boughs of which could be seen hia house constructed of thick branches con j ningly interlaced Then began the trouble to induce him to descend and if possible to j drive him to the open country for in the dense forest there was but small chance of surrounding him and taking him alive as the Englishmen wished Stones cods of earth and sticks were hurled at him and then he leisurely descended As his assailants hur riedly retired he reached the ground and very soon disappeared along one of the for est paths For hours the party followed at a distance until at last the maias emerged from the forest into an open and made straight for a small pond with the evident intention of quenching his thirst Silently and quickly the hunters spread themselves out between the pond and the forest and when the maias having drunk his fill turned to go bock home he saw his way barred I Then turning he made oil at great speed across the open Hard at his heel came the hunters until the maias caught sight of a palm tree not a mile away lleacli j ing it he climbed up in spite of the slippery trunk and the absence of branches About 30 feet above the ground the creature stopped and holding on by his arms and legs watched his pursuers who having treed their game were now engaged in dis cussing how to secure it It was suggested that the tree be down and the maias se it fell hut no tools were at hand and no one moreover felt at all inclined to risk a handtohand encounter with the lingo animal At last it was decided that time maias be induced if possible to descend from the tree and then after breaking its leg with a bullet to disable it to attempt to stun it by a blow on the head and while to bind it with strong ropes It was by no means a satisfactory plan but the Englishmen were anxious to secure the brute if possible alive And no other method of doing so suggested itself This having been settled the next move to get the maias down There was nothing to throw at it and according to the natives its strength was so great that it would be able to remain in the present position for an incalculable period At length tempted by a bribe of 200 a young Malay offered to climb the tree and by irritating time animal induce it to descend Breathlessly the onlookers watched the young man as foot by foot he crept up the tree until when within about eight feet of the maias who so far had showed no to move he raised his weapon and prodded the animal in the leg whereupon time huge creature retreated higher up tho tree The Malay crept after him and re peated his spear thrust and again the mai as retreated while the daring hunter fol lowed him Aaid that time tree bear his ponderous weight if he went any was already beginning to sway dangerously the maias stopped and lean ing down stretched out one hand and with a lightninglike movement grasped the iron spear head Then he commenced to pull and hand over hand hanging on solely by his muscular legs he commenced to haul up the wretched Malay who was powerless the blowpipe being attached to his wrist by a strong leather thong Little by little time powerful brute drew up the man until howling the blowpipe with one hand he reached down with the other and wreathed his huge hand in time thick luxuriant hair of the miserable na tive who paralyzed by fear could do no more than gaze at the savage face of his with terrorstricken eyes Spellbound with horror time Englishmen below saw tho maias with a single twist wrench the Maay from the tree and commence to swing hU victim backward and forward by the hair chuckling all the time with fiendish Too fascinated with horror to use their rifles and slay the monster or else kiI the man and put a merciful end to lois the hunters watched the wild man swinging the Malay faster and faster until with an unearthly yell of devilish malignity be hurled him down The wretched man as he fell and came to the ground with a heavy thud that sent a sickening thrill through the hearts of the watchers They rushed to the spot limit it was too late the man was stone dead Wide World Magazine LancasterLodge No 104 i posse I Ia supposedwas manmonkey- All ofthe respectful I I solitary ut curedas insensible wa J inclination wouldnot higherit sufferings turnedover andover I I r art nuLl the gentleman preen heating captor satisfaction FAM Tuesday nights M embers of sis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Landram Secretary Master meetings iecond and Fourth Louis stated You Are Soi ff You firo Gci t You Are Owna West if PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THC The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Hates Rates Time and all other information wiT Me cheerfully AtmUheii by P AT MORE C P Il 1f Nortn If Yau Are Boing J r1 ot If Tl LoutavImL IT IrtiHVILf ut Sh TflCiVUtz I t 14jjJ tin so LOCAL TIME TABL 1 I T r t7 iiIJUTE rt 1 li 1 Jil JI Xo21 Pomh 1inl Mix 1v Imeater 11 C AM Xo i Xortlil i Mif l V PM XorthliMl l s gr ix Xo South iut 12U1AX Queen Crescent Time Curd TRAIN At DAWT1US sorrn OINI Number 1 ily uo 9tnpk llrt ajn Nunjtxjra l tiv 11 07 ra Numbers Unity except Sunday 7 pjnN- OKTH Borwn- Sijmh r2 ft i s wlicu rtiit4e Jrl m- Nnmher I i Irtily t IHHJS Xit alop XumfKrti Dally StO H n NmiituT IM 1nily except an inlay bc tni- XinnlnT I nof stoji it I does Juufiioii t t l am 211 0 I Nmnherti Uidru It On H nI I I I I but Cit Nol lIMOS I I Pie stop at CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Timtin tsfet July 15 OS I STATJON LvTOufiViU S 111 lexjtonViufhisfer 11 7 m MtStirliff 12i n n XewYork I ll n i tM m vNvv orfc VKXIU i m IhiartelphiH iioamml 7iVahinKtt ii DO Bnll lfMtsteriiii J 1 im Winchester 7 ft mi I V ifnij rhexiupton 7 t aiu Onm 213p SJami ri m Throrjrh Trains run to from York DAILY Other tndits run daily except gnnlst For I ji plug e r or write or telei iouw iHOVJBlRNKY pA- LKVIK6TAK KT PUBLIC SALE As we ItnvecUtfrmhud to eo Yet wa will sell at outfry at onr nsiilftice l nt milts from HiattsvilK on time Kirksvillo and lliutt ville turnpike ou Saturday November rst 1902 tll jnihlfcly all of our i er mml property eon sisting of one fitmilv hor tr aV ou Ktwl cow ami eMU farming im irmenfcs liousrliolil anil kitchen fiirnitnre also our IAItM WIILKE SOLD OK RKXTEFJ if nut sold Infore that time Terms will IK known OH slay of salw All IKTSOHS tasiriiiK to l y or Kent CUB go look at siiinv fore day of sa r Sale begins promptly ui 10 oclock MILS ml SiSTBIt W I Prowitt Auctioneer To Issue Bonds Water Works At time regular stated mcftiiifr of City Ouieil of the City of Lancaster Ky held on thy first Monday in Svptuinlwr 1st 190e the following order was made On motion duly seconded it ordered find notice is hereby that an election will l e hild in time city of Luieasttr Currant County KtMitucky at the general election wuieh is to IK held Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1UOJ at till time voting precinct in said city by the oflirers of the election uon time ijuestion whether the city council of said city shall incur an In dtlitedness ofMoGO Twenty four thousand dollars to be raised by the issue and sale of bonds to the amount of saul sum in such denomination l city council may hereafter determine and whether I the said council shall levy and cause 10 lt taxes on time taxable property of said city at a rate sullicient to in addition to the yearly expenses of the city J sum each year sutlicient for a period of thirty years to pay interest on said bonds and to cre ate a sinking fund for time payment and re demption of said bonds to wit FIRST To pay annually time interest on said bondsSKcoNi to create said sinking fund in time sum of efcht hundred dollarsSOO annua lly said indebtedness is to lie incurred for the purpose of erecting anti maintaining system of water works for and at the expense of the said cityof Iincaster said indebtedness is to be paid in six installments or payments of four thousand dollars ft 000cichtlint isl00000at the end of each live years from time date of time bonds Said bonds shi ll bear interest payable annually at a rate not exceeding 5 percent i er iinnum from date until paid with proper interest hearing coupons attached The ballots to be used at said election shall be printed and arranged as follows to wit curringan indebtedness by the issuance nnd sale of bonds In the total sum of twenty four thousand dolhirsMuOOfor the purposeof erect ing and maintuining a system of waterworks for said city and levying a tux each year at a route sullicient to pay the interest not exceed ing per cent per annum upon soul indebted ness andSOOeight hundred dollars ouch year for the creation of n sinking fund for the pay ment and final redemption of the said bonds ATTEST n MASON Clerk of the City Council of the City of Lancaster Ky A 7J IIII taml S 1m1I f nm s rGpm J i ham tUl I ltiUlodelthh4 soam 7IJI m VV O N STTIO I 7 PJD at Otttm S and New aUur made TIIOf ELECTION NOTICE I I I the Sept i Inn upon time collected raise mummiitmmltv a a i Arc you in favor 01 time city of Lamienster In YESO NODW loot Ii me S 9 rVioim uigtui a NS 4flmimn1 3aUp- ArLoit4 ilk apmt a a omit nttvits Foil as S Our Portraits are Modern in every sense We are right up with the times and em ploy every valuable improve ment None better can be had anywhere Please pay us a visit and let us convince you Open Tuesday aird Friday T3U i Public Square Lancaster Ky k r a i l I 1i1tIIp AiJIr I I1 i it i aar77 1 ftIi I III s r r I 1 7 p 1 I fri a aaL A M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Leave word at the CKXTKAL Ret 0111 oJlee or address me at Lancaster Smooth Finish So mueb desired b all men lot their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call your work 53 W Maia St 202 leriqgtoa Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucfcy PCiLt Satifactkn VUi2fltedl That for H N L Ur DRY 5t Plumes r f Pr SII f 1 d FA RTE fiQTiTilitliIjklJ 1 WIE K C fl8 what you oit Follow J GoDtDaiies Aetna Qtt 1- Ilniatinc NttlcmalJrI1 American llfuix or 1- 1jlilwnuHc JrrrJamts New roik CUdlrTiterJ- Lherpfinl ton Uritish Lng Ius Co gf tbi 4 i Ir Lrf WrrETt Me Thyseps- Dgestt VqMfz IimrJWi- aili f4hItitetitil- terinni l44flIdos Ghihc lercliaiitfle- Agtia llartthrColl lfrSKtKjx s i sKy g LEWIS Y LKAVELL j g ROBIXSON President yke Pre ORGANIZED 4883 I The S1T1EEMS NATIONAL BARK Of LANCASTER KV- f CAPITAL SURPLUS Si s- oJ B F HUDSON Cashier j W O Hiasarr AaKt Cfrshr c D Wvuuot Book I Business Solicited Prompt and Garsfu Atteution I DIRECTORS Z Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson f J J Walker T M Arnold 0 i i t setON J t iJe err i t0 CN E D a 4 44 1 + First Class Painting Having located in Lancaster I am prepared to do firstclass HOUSE SIGN and of work PAPER HANGING clone on short notice elegnnt samples on hand C H GOODSON Shop adjoining Thompsons store ORNAMENTAL experience tiI9hn u PAINTING S BEAZJLEYw r KintmtntX t DIiS1TISTOt- Th over PI J E ISOI5IXSOX Attorney At LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages Notice To Creditors AH persons havinr flilms gjcaiudt tbe eatale ot A J Rice tteo Ml will nm rs duw properly proven to the mxirrsfenedor ritr tcrnvjr J E KoT iU on at Iamu4er Ky ci or before Oct lxrr l th rto T IlS inbottMm 1M14J FUN A M Dsnviie street Law 1ll- t C 9 Joe The NationalOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A A K DEVXY President JOHN E STOKMBS Vice Irest S C DEXXY Cashier K T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormcs W II KJnnaird 0 0 00i 0 OOi 0 O 00o Il93o 0 Eanko 0 o oIJ F Robinson AsstCasbr 2 2 Cochran 2 9 0 0 0 0 o0 0 N 2 0o 0y uu rY t23 UlS Tc llMon0kcJL rure constipation by agitating the IZTheyt fi1P ra ily iI bowels but regular action cannot b secured secretes enough bile to the execute funtions Unnat compels W contInual and to i iJattaIn the results f r l gt acts on theJ51JJIier cures Chills arJ Fever and every form of itfJ J Bileus Remitting and Inter Fevers and Ly going to the seat of tile trouble works permanent cure FiFTY CENTS PER BOTTL until the liver make inteLias natural ural agitationcauseJ bycatharts J increasing doses ct7 Ju1ti iarial i I