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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vrv I JLj LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1903 f I ES FOUBTEENXH 4 was CENTRAL RECORD 1 trn xTTBdl = Refrigerators Ice Boxes Ice Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Tongs and Ice Picks A complete line of screen doors and windows We can please you i n prices and quality of goods t t r JiPhHASELDE I Of local Interest Give us vour JOB WORK The raspberry crop is fine Spring chickens are very scarce and high Cherries are plentiful so we are told good circus would draw like a po rus plaster Dont forget the contest at Stanford tonight Friday The colored people will celebrate July 5th with a big barbecue parade The Somerset Journal says nobody but a woman can carry an empty pocket book for days and look happy over it Along with fly time comes the coat with no pockets and man poor man suffereth for some place to carry nis papers pencils etc The monthly pay roll of the railroad company and manufactories at Som erset is 72500 while monthly for staves and spokes amount to 40000 Jreign capitalists have their eye on Somerset Journal The Record wishes some would have their eye on Lancaster that isif they are the kind who will let out a little of their dough toward building up Lancaster One of the colored churches is a district meeting this week many delegates being on hand and wise chickens are roosting high Rastus likes his chicken at all times but when de comes Mr T J Hatcher will be on thestreets Monday to receive for The Record If you are in arrears please settle with him We dislike to speak of personal matters through these columns but illness has put us to big expense recently and as the middle of the year is at hand we must have all owing for subscriptions and job work Please dont forget us Will Preach Sunday Rev F M Tinder wjll be here this week and The Record is requested to announce that he preach Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours We understand matters have about been completed purchasing the pipe organ for the Christian church It is the intention to get the best make a high priced instrument A entertaining preacher lookout subscrIp- tions will rile Organ for etc disbursements s I N FOR THE NEXT Two Weeks We have just received another shipment of CARPETS and MATTING Elegant patterns and low prices SpecialValues I 0 WASH fABRICS t ltJGANURYGDIIDSCU J ilc I i LAWNS AND p e I The W C T U visited the Alms House Sunday afternoon religious services There are only four inmates which speaks well for the county The union goes there every year leaving literature and words of cheer for the poor people Preaching at Leavell Green Rev G S Lawrence of Lexington will preach at Leavell Green church next Sunday The postal card writ ten Tire Record did not state at what time of day the service would be held We are always glad to publish church notices and hope they will be sent We make no charge for publishing them Mr Cone Improving The Record is glad to note an im provement in the condition of its good old friend Mr Tram Conn While riding over his farm the horse jump ed from under him and Mr Conn had a hard fall which broke three ribs As he is well advanced in years the suffering has gone pretty hard with him but his many friends trust he will soon be out again Lancaster Man Complimented Louisville Dan Collier is looking like a spring fashion plate Ills handsome appearance has aroused the jealousy of one of his old friends who saw him walking out Fourth the other day and said You wouldnt think Dan Collier served in the Mexican War would you Ger Collier is a full fledged citizen of Lou isville and says that be never felt younger Speaking Monday Col T B Demaree Prohibition for will speak at the court house Monday court day at one oclock Mr Demaree is a good speak er and a fine man and our citizens should turn out to hear him He and Mr 0 T Wallace of this county candidate for lieutenant governor on same ticket will begin an active can aSS of the state Mondays speaking opening the ball A Good Idea Within the next few days county the scene of Kentucky feudal murder and strife will be invaded by a band of 25 voung preachers who will spend the summer months in an earn est effort to evangelize the people and terminate the feudal feeling This religious army will be in charge of Rev Barclay Meador assisted by Revs VanWinkle and Douthitt of University and the entire body will be composed of the preacher of the institution Taters Will Be High The flooding out of potato producing sections of the West has caused a sharp curtailment of receipts of potatoes in and prices have advanced for both the old and new crops Sec Lions in Texas Arkansas the Kaw Valley and American Bottomsaround St report considerable losses to the new crop The scarcity of new potatoes has caused an extremely demand for the old crop and prices jumped from 55 cents a bushel on track last week to 85 cents a bushel Tuesday The Farris Law Another section of the Farris tiger law has come up in the local courts It is the one prohibiting bringing into a local option district for the purpose of selling A few nights ago some of the law and order league coppered Cary Mullins bringing in three gallons of whisky He was placed in jail and on trial giv en a 50 fine and 10 daysin jail He took an appeal to the circuit court where Judge Saufley will pass on the question Mullins claims the stuff was for his own private use IB JHcniorian On the 3rd of June this beautiful month of roses our darling infant bud Lucille age three months was broken from its parentstem winged its flight to that enduring home beyond the skies where she can forever dwell with our Savior who gave her to bloom in the family garden of Mr and Mrs Underwood but a brief season But He who gave her took her again to shine in His coronet for He said Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven A Friend Miller Mrs Susan Miller died at her home ton the new Danville pike Tuesday after a brief illness She was In the 78th year of her age and had been a woman of good health until recently when she began to fail She was the mother of Mr John W Miller of this city and Samuel Miller of Boyle county and Edward Miller of non She has resided in Garrard her life and was the widow of Miller a prominent citizen of this sec tion of the state She was a member of the Baptist church a tious Christian woman beloved by all a who knew her Funeral services were held at the grave Wednesday conducted by Rev Mr the Interment taking place lu the Lancaster Cemetery Dont Read Elmores atf on page 2 Go to Haseldens for Screen doors Haselden is the man for Harness and Saddles Cut prices to reduce stock of Har ness at Haseldens Champion Binders and Mowers Haselden- HueldenT binder twine best 7 g t U i TImesGen avenue candidate governor Kentucky students heavy liquor arrested Robert Samuel morning quo 0 conduct t Breaths Cincinnati Louis MtV and consci CUumb jam Romans lithe 12cab 5 lye See a Council Appoint The Court of Appeals has reversed the Franklin Circuit Court in the case of Traynor vs Beckham The suit was filed by John Traynor for a man damus to compel Gov Beckham to to him a commission as Police Judge of Nicholasville Traynor was elected by the Council and prior to his election Gov Beckham had appointed G W Stanley to the office The cqurt holds that the Council has the right to fill the vacancy Opening Ball Manager J B Willis writes us to an the opening ball at Crab Or chard Springs tonight Friday The Mexican Musical Monarchs who have been secured for the entire season will furnish music and a big time is in store for all who attend No cards art being sent out a cordial invitation being extended through the to all friends and former patrons Some new epsom and salt sulphur wells have just been opened which have proven even better than the others so famous There is no better spot on the map to spend your vacation The Right Move Ed Bishop who is always doing the right thing at the right time is cir culating a paper and receiving to be sent to B J Ewen Jackson As our readers are Mr Ewen a citizen of the feud section had the manhood to go before the grand jury and tell what he saw of the assassination of J B Marcum All his earnings of a life time about 000 had been put into a new hotel and Saturday night this was burned by an incendiary For being an honest fearless man he is now penniless with wife and nine children It there was time when the people of Kentucky should contribute money that time is right now If you dont- e see Mr Bishop leave any amount with The Central Record and it will be placed in the proper hands to be sent to Mr Ewen A DlBtlnsufolied Gentleman the guest this week of his brotherin law Dr E U Pearce at Danville and here Dr Pearce while residing inDan ville giving part of his time In supply ing ministerial service to the Memori al Methodist church in this place this year and therefore counted as one of us To all who know him there is probably not a more popular and citizen of Kentucky than Maj John H Leathers A Virginia boy of four years service in the Stonewall Brigade with gallantry and renown his big heart and benevolent service In Kentucky and Louisville for the past thirtyfive years his high busi ness record his kindness to all in need with fidelity to every trust served rightfully gives a clean high place among Kentuckys adopted sons none more so On his first visit to our county and people he has express ed highest opinion of our Garrard cit i7enshin Im pressions of hospitality enjoyed In driving through Garrard Maj gives our county first place of all that be has seen in Bluegrass or In the Union for beautiful effect in views given from the pla teau commanding the famous cliff forest and stream formations of Dix and Kentucky rivers with the beauti ful and productive grass country com blued Major Leathers will be gladly welcomed to our midst again At Head ofUU Clasi Courier Kentucky boy John Paul Miller of Lancaster Gar rard at the head of the at the Naval Academy Annapolis Md Louisville relatives of the young man have just been made aware of the gratifying fact through the Baltimore papers containing a re port of the commencement exercises of the institution To remain for a year month in and month out at the head of any class at Annapolis and continue to hold that enviable position through the final annual examinations is a great honor but when it is considered that the class of 1903 is the largest by far in the history of the Naval Academy the honor is still greater Young Miller is a son of John W Miller the Master Commissioner of the Garrard Cirouit Court He went Annapolis last September on the appointment Senator J CS Black burn one of the two representatives from the He did not however receive the appointment through political social or profession al influence but because of the fact that he won his spurs in a competa tive examination held at Versailles at Mr Blackburns request to determine the most worthy for the distinction There were thirteen contestants the examination lasted three days Miller stood a Civil Service ex in Louisville successfully and then went to Annapolis for the final round on physical examl nation Again he passed and was ready for a years hard work He has in aheadon the semiannual and the an nual examinations No L The showing is a remarkable and friends are begin ning to Kentucky is to furnish to the navy of Uncle Sam a second John Paul the true of Jones Miller leaves next month OB a two months cruise He will gpKMd the month of September with hto Teats in I r pfefsj Mast issue newspapers subscriptions 10 evera oftde- serving with most pleasurable Leathers Kentucky JournalA countystands fourthclass and I fi tE i r pounce him State at large Later passing both one young Millers believe name Pain r X M c F n ate l 1t q i 2 Come and let us dress you up so you will o V KHHP See Snit for 2 HotWoathor Woar We can show you a great line of hot Shirts nice line of Cool I Underwear a beautiful line I of thin socks for hot weath er See our straw hats i T Logan 2 TkeOeePriceCletluer i i I t 0000000O 0 in 0 COOLUQ aH Our Crash weather 0 0 LGo4GooLci a a Sadden Death The many friends of the family were greatly shocked Thursday afternoon to learn of the sudden death of Miss Katharine Stone which occurred at the residence of her brother Mr John Stone She had been in good health forsome time and was dressed to come up street when she suddenly of feeling badly and sank to a bed She never regained consciousness and died in a few minutes Miss Stone had severe case of typhoid fever ago and this is the only cause that can be assigned for her death She was a member of the Christian church and a true Christian in every sense of the word She was in the 46th year of her age and was wellknown and held in the highest estimation of the people of Garrard Funeral wear conducted by Rev E H Pearce at the Christian church morning at ten oclock the taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery A Splendid Undertaking The local W C T U have about completed arrangements for establish lishing a free reading room for both young and old something that is sad ly needed They are receiving for necessary funds and will probably rent the rooms over J W Sweeneys store All these will up in the best manner and with all the best books and They will be kept neat and comfortable in both winter and One of the rooms will be fitted up for ladies who come in from the country and desire some place to rest colored woman being kept on hand tq look after their wants and to take care of their children if they desire to leave them for a short time This room will be supplied with mirrors towels wash basins Those buss ness men approached on the subject have subscribed liberally and the seems certain of success Theie is absolutely no place for the young to go after business hours or on Sunday where they can spend a time reading smoking or in social chatand the very natural consequence is they drift into the usual crap game or to worse practices These rooms would be a great blessing The Record has agreed to place all its exchanges there each morning in addition to ordering any magazine or other paper at This will put every leading in the state and all the dallies there something few people can afford to pay for By the end of the we believe the necessary funds will be raised to maintain it for a year and we willpublteh plan In full with nawes aad aBftoqqt d Dated rB egPi all klBdt ffolac bafgftlB prioMatl r I complained sometime ser- vIces Saturday Interment sub- scrIptions befitted pe- rIodIcals summer project together J Ji r supplied eta men act cost week the e K r p PAINT LICK Miss Lutie Rothwell is visiting rel atives in Lancaster Mrs Martha Schooner is the guest daughter Mrs Jack Adams Rev Huson preached at Mt Tabor Sunday morning and evening Miss Martha Rucker of Waco is visiting her brother I C Rucker The correspondent would be glad to have news items left at Fishs W G Kemper and wife are in Owen county this week visiting friends and relatives Rev Chumbley of your city will fill the pulpit at Old Paint Lick next SabbathMisses Mary and Alma Lear are in Louisville the guests of Misses Brooks and Preston Mr and Mrs G W Kemper had as their guests last week Mr and Mrs Richards of Mt Vernon Miss Jennie Totten has returned to her home in Lancaster accompanied by her little neice Marguerite Pul line Mr Charlie Jennings of Danville and Miss Ella Burton of Kirksvllle were married by Rev Young at this place last Tuesday W S Fish accompanied his wife to Cincinnati Sunday where she will re main a week with her sisters Mrs Sam Rout and Mrs Phil Pettus Mrs Hudson and pretty baby Porter Scott have returned from Proto I E Mannix of the Graded Schools will attend the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Associa tion at Lexington next week He is program for the opening address The Use of Outside Influences Interior Journal Miss Tevis Car pester home from the Lexington Conservatory of Music Mrs Cleo Brown visited relatives in Lancaster Mrs Ellen Poor of Lancaster was here Friday returning from Martins Ind Lexington Leader Mr Jolty Dun lap who has been spending a day or two with aunts MislJenuy awl Mrs Potts left eveaiBg for Lan caster Ky where he will begin the practice of law Sixty years ago his grandfather the Hon Qeorg WDan lap a at the same Uttle Ula way through the following yeais to ballsof Leegtelatsyre to g diwted from Lexington colleges sad the frlewte of this young M he e tit ia hi career htetory other drugstore Lex- Ington onthe his S W ii I J Banks feat file his last settled thud woo the and oa reea Both were a y FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming d A BEAZLEY I CO We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON X Attorney At Law Life Insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward Q BBTANTSILLE Miss Wade Lee Merritt will return today from Oxford College Miss Martha Boner was the guest of her sister Mrs C C Becker last week Misses Bastin of your city visited Mrs Dr Elliott Sunday Misses Leavel have returned from Mr Sam Baker and Miss Pear Combs visited Mr and Mrs Glass SundayMessrs Yanaradall and Early of Lexington were guests of Miss Mavrae SsBfer a pleasant a theft to his mother Little Misses Allie and Thelma Hughes of will soend weeks with their aunt The given by Miss Jennie ei pupils showed progrwg and great credit mpo 0 i r maretoMcClure and LexingtonIs withfriends W L Ballad last returnedalter Mrs A S e Suitea crowd The Kill 8 t teacher Q 0 t Danville several aaelaile musical was being oft most sat te icets N i I I I I I I I I I I AND HARNESScheap for the next SO days i c r IHOMANS lMOH i rod BUGGIES a CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyat SecondClan Nail Lancaster Ky June 19 1903 The people of Louisville have about induced Uncle Sam to hold one of the big encampments of regulars and state troops near that city If Uncle Sam and the Louisville peonle want to do a good turn for the state of Ken tucky they will hold this encamp ment in the county of Breathitt and instead of drilling the troops in maneuvers have them put in the whole time at target practice the targets being anything found wearing breeches in the county Offer prize money to the soldier bringing down the most men counting only those shots that kill There are troubles enough in this world without borrowing any yet some people invariably climb hills fore they get to them consequently are continually in a stew The best case of this kind we have heard of in many a day is that of the woman at Somerset who is worrying herself for fear there wont be enough harps in heaven to go around She should pack a jewsharp away in her grip when she starts on the journey or an old fiddle Much is being written of a preacher who goes about barefoot ed Thats nothing so much out of the ordinary If many of the were to make an honest confession it would be shown that they are com pelled to go almost barefooted Many of them not only earn twice what is promised them have to almost beg their to pay what little pittance is due them Its a shame but the truth in many localities Ninetyfour lieutenants have just been graduated from West Point Mil itary Institute These young men have undergone several years hard study to quality themselves as soldiers but should war come they will be quickly shoved to the rear and the prominent places given to rednosed politicians who dont know a rifle from crosscut saw At least thats the way it was done in the Spanish war and there are strong probabilities of history repeating itself Some idea of the way of doing busi ness in Breathitt county can be from the telegram from there ing Capt J B Ewen has told State Hines be was offered 5000 to say he was excited after the shooting of Marcum and did not know whether he saw Jett in the court house In case of refusal to testify to that effect he was threatened with death Now hows that for a civilized country Suits have been filed by two May field men to recover money they claim to have lost in buying and selling stocks The judge should pitch them out of court and add a fine against them Nothing is more disgusting to see people go up againsfan other mans skin gamegetsomething lose out and then do the baby act If you want to gamble grin and bear your loss The trial of Marcums assassins at Jackson Is dragging along the most complete farce that was upon the people Its as plain as the nose on the face tbat enough of the I Matter march- Ing bet everyday buts I Inspector d wandering preachers congregations gleaned than ever force is fixed to hang it If no verdict made thee people ought to go up and hang the whole A seat on the New York exchange sold last week for 70000 Out here a seat around a crap game costs ten cents The only the amount of money played for the principal is identically the same Ones rich the other poor but both are trying to get something for We understand Gov Beckham led a newspaper correspondent out by the ear a few days ago Newspapers like too gayand need a calling down While it is a paper does any one an injustice in fact they dont publish enough but as stated above some of them grow too big for their and have to be called to taw The Chicago hotel proprietors who sat by and waited several days for striking dining room employes to had a little of the same feeling guests have in waiting for their meals only the hotel people were not kept waiting as long The lawyers should not get disheart ened over the dull times A verdict of 45 cents was awarded a Jackson county man who sued for 1 the price of a pint of turnip seed Legal is picking up If T Roosevelt wants to have some fun let him and spend a few weeks in Breathitt county He would find it far more interesting than killing Spaniards or hunting bear There are 1320 millionaires in New York Reports dont say but its a bet they are all retired country newspaper men New Kentucky Home An uptodate version of My Old Kentucky Home with Brethitt Coun ty Variations appeared in the Leader as follows Oh the moonshines bright In my Old Ken tucky horn And the feudists boozy and gay And the man with a goes upon a quiet the shotgun makes music all the day The longbladed bowie has been put in busi trim And the sixshooters loaded bear While the corn Juice is flowing from the little mountain still And theres danger abroad everywhere Weep no more my lady Ob weep no more I pray I For the mans out and theres trouble all about In my old Kentucky home There are sounds of strife in my old Kentucky home Where the feudman crouched by the fence With his shotgun poked between the rails in business style To transfer his foe akiting hence The Colonels and Majahs are all out for blood and gore And their weapons they freely display the gravediggers business in the Dark and Bloody Ground In my Kentucky home away Weep more my lady Oh no more I pray For the gore now flows where the bourbon grows In my Kentucky far away Oh the crack of the rifle breaks upon the peace As the feudman pops at his foe And theres hurry and sknrry while his is in sight To get a second shot or so The bark of pistol echoes freely down street And the coroner comes with a dray And carts off nilvictim while the merry war goes on In my old Kentucky home for away Weep no my lady Oh pray For well sing one while the scrapping along In my old Kentucky far away I layout possibly difference- is Individuals sometimes get seldom occasionally breeches return business come down Lexington for feud far away far no weep I essence fu 1 the weep I I I nothing are hunt while ness And old old morn the more more song goes home Cemetery Work Those desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders and thus be sure of prompt delivery We can famish you any thing from a 6lCarker tb A Handsome jraniteMonument Work and material Patronize your horns people and save agents and expeuwwr 1 ftllM tilr MarMfc Works STANFORD 8TXMMT tA- d J now guaranteed first class travelers e P k i r x- rira MANSE Mr Hense Burke was in Lexington last week Mr Boyle Doty made a flying visit to Hamilton Ohio this week Miss Dorcas of Richmond has been here Several from here attended the Kirksville commencement last week Mr Marshall Denny left last week for Kansas City where he Is studying dentistryMiss and Forrest Denton has been the guests of their sister MissEstelle Walker who has been teaching in Mississippi figs returned home to spend vacation Will Crow Doty left for Hamilton Ohio last week after spending sever al weeks with the home folk Miss Margaret Walker entertained the Manse Glee Club Tuesday evening in her usual hospitable manner Rev Young filled the pulpit this at place Sunday Rev Chumbley of your city will preach here next Sunday Mrs J L McCarley of Mrs of Springfield were the guests of Mrs John Doty Jr Sat urdayMiss Margaret Walker left Monday for a six weeks stay at Point Burn side with her sister Mrs Bolin She will be missed by the young people as she is very popular in the social circle I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have nev er been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since Kodol I can eat and feel that my health is than it ever was In my life I can not say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia it taken as directed M D Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie lAug Damsons originally came from Dam asons Driven o Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay in a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at McRoberts im The pea is a native of the south of Europe ThatTbrobblne Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their snatch less merit for Sick and Nervous Head aches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c money back if not cured Sold by McRoberts druggist lm Ceriander seed came originally from the East Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets what you need when you have no appetite feel dull after eating and wake up with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give relish for your food For sale by all druggists lm The is indigenous to Great Britlan A Se rlousjkf litake E C DeWitt Co is the name of the firm who make the genuine Witch Hazel Salve is the Witch Havel Salve that heals without a scar It is a serious mistake to use any other De Witts Witch Haz el cures blind bleeding itching andoprotruding burus bruises eczema and all skin diseases Sold by F P Frisbie druggist lm Ginger is a native of the East and West ladies Kodol Gives Strength by enabling the digestive organs to di gent assimilate and transform all of the wholesome food that be eater into the kind of blood that the feeds hardens thee muscles and recuperates the or the entire body pepeia Cure cures Indigestion I js pepeia Catarrh of the nd all stomach disorders Sold by jfc P Friable Mrs SD Cochran Lancasterand Joe Pettus anything better drugstore t a gooseberry DeWitts es of I ty fl f R Francis sue Fused sea e are just you leaving Salve piles g nourish nerves the tissues gads Kodol Da Stomach druggist lr y 9- i e Chamberlain Dlarrliora Itemed Is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that always be dcpcndc upon and that is pleasant to take I is especially valuable forSTunmer dire rhoea in children and is undoubted the means of the lives of a great many children each year For sale by all druggists 1 m Melons were found originally in Asia Ladles and Children Invited All ladies and children who cannot stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups cathartics etc are invited the famous Little Earley Risers They are different from all otherpills They do not purge the system Even a double dose will mt gripe weaken or sicken many people call them the Easy Pill W II Howell Houston Tex better can be used for sick etc Bob Moore Lafayette Ind says all others gripe and sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers do their work well and easy Sold by F P Frisbie druggist 1m Sage is a native of the south of We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who has used Greens August Flower for the cure or Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that has not been we also mean their results such as sour stomach of food habitual nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civi lized countries and we wish to with you and send you of our books free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never knownof its failing If so something more ser ious is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store G G Green Woodbury J Aug 29 Sweet mBjoram is a native of This Is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure and treat ment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that arc cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severe Coughs Brohchitis especially for Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and morn lugs there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug StoreAug 29 Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are receiving daily some of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which were imported The prices range from the cheap est papers to the most expen sive specialties These pa pers are being opened daily and are on display at our store and all the of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to Inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting work done by men Paints and Window Glass We havethe best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices AEGibbons 306 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to give the Best Paintini REPAIRING we have done Yon are not kept out of the use of your long Call work Colts Cholera nod saving headache Panted curedand costiveness sleeplessnessIn correspond one N Caution Croupand i and 0 seeour 1 orW JBoman 0 t s r can sue to- ry constipation Europe sue fermentation S Portugal competent 0 you frig e r ever vehicle and w 1yC u yyk c w m Your house needs i Fainting Outside i Papering Inside P Let us furnish the material b f y MCROBERTSc DRUG STORE S f OUR STOCK Of 0 INSPECTION OOOOOO VEHICLES I IS NOW READY FOR YOUR I 0 a Our display this season surpasses anything ive have ever tempted to show OA Over Tfo MM Now In Stock 0 The Very Latest Novelties in the Vehicle Line Our experience ot over 20 years knowing what to buy and J V how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we V buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit 1 KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO iK T Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky We want to sell you your iPAI OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE 11 Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call ani Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line FrisTies Drug1 Store The Fox Sfaidio OUR AIM- We aim for your satisfaction We hit the mark by making satisfactory pictures Be cause we put into them the accuracy of our aim the certainty of our knowledge wf are sure you will be satisfied Not cheap pi tares at a cheap price but pictures youll be pleased to own at a price youll be glad to pay Let us convince you Frames Mouldings En gravings Easels Etc We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY The Fox Siadio It I I Ix X C y- OOCOCOOOOOO OOCOCOO 0 0 o IJo lJ6Y v- o 2 I i See 2 o 0 I 2 i a I- Fa 1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOO OGOGOOOOOOOOOOO a 0 0 i 100 0 0 0o0 90- A 0 o 2 0 0A 0 0- e 0400000000000000000 00000000000000000G0- r e h X tr I JI I I I t YffftjilliJl ltf1 KnRfEES PAINTS Y 5WZI klff fl fjJl ifiJ I I m s r HA A woo- o oo o o ooao- oooKFPOSTL Zrs nrznnr inmnra smnnnr i TIny your machine oil of me Your machine will run so much lighter Why Because it is the best H PERSONALS Miss Ann Hill is in Danville visiting relativesMiss Hemphill is in Harrods burg visiting relatives lrChris Farris spent Sunday 1th his mother in Kirksville Mrs Capitola Posey of London is r I Wheat I I I e II I oJI I I I J Cutters lA1tJtJt2lLStitltAStWtSL MBA 110 U Theo tt visiting Mrs Dollie Brown Elmore is in Lexington visiting friends and relatives Major Leathers of Louisville visi ted Dr Pearce the past week Mr James Collier and son Charles were in Lexington the past week Mr R E Hughes of Louisville spent Sunday with Lancaster relatives Dr W S Beazley who is in Middles boro for his health is improving rap idly Rev C MRdd of Middlesboro has been visiting his mother Mrs Nary Reid Miss Lizzie Hudson is in Richmond visiting Misses Nary and Margaret Miller Miss Nannie Goodloe from Alabama where she has been teachingMiss Ballou of Stanford has been the guest of Mr and Mrs H M BallouMrs II Pearce of Danville spent several days with her husband Dr E II PearceMrs McRoberts and daughter Miss LetUc are in Covington visiting relatives Miss Helen Thurmond of Stanford is the guest of Miss Katie Simpson at the Mason Hotel Miss Allie Anderson has from a visit to her sister Mrs Browning of Lexington Miss Maude Pope has returned home from Lexington where she has been attending Johnsons school Mr William Lackey wife and little son John of McCreary have been visiting Mrs R A Burnside Mrs U D Simpson went to Sunday to see Mrs A R Moore who has been very ill infirmary Mrs It E Henry of Eldorado Ark is expected this week for a visit to her parents Mr Jacob Robinson and wife Mrs J I Hamilton and Miss Sue have been visiting the formers sister Mrs G II Lane of Buena Vista Miss Susie J Conn of Vernon Tex Norma Mate returned 1 W Cincinnati atan I Miss has returned Sutton arrived to spend the summei with her grandfather Mr J T Conn Lawyer of Lexington here this week Mr James Pierce has returned from a visit to Cincinnati- Mr J T Williams was in Richmond on business Saturday Mr Branham Beazley is in Lexing ton attending the Elks reunion Margaret Walker is visiting her sister Mrs Boland of Point Burn side Miss Laverne Bruce of Louisville is the guest of her father Rev J M Bruce Miss Nary Thompson is in Paint Lick the guest of her sister Mrs R L JenningsMiss Jones of Clark coun ty is visiting her grandfather Mr J G Sweeney Miss Pearl Bettis of Lexington is her mother Mrs Ellie Bettis avenue Miss Jennie Totten has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Clyde Pullins of Paint Lick Miss Ada Dickerson of Nicholas villc is the guest of Miss Cordie Ham ilton Danville avenue Mr Littleton Rice and of Cynthiana are visiting Mrs J W Sweeney Lexington avenue A H Rice after several weeks trav cling through Kentucky has returned to his home in Nashville Tenn Courier Journal Miss Viola Pres ton has as her guests Misses Mary and Alma Lear of Garrard county Prof TOdd of Paint Lick was here Friday He recently returned from Burnside Ky where he had charge of the school Misses Marguerite Pullins of Paint Lick and Vera Totten of Stanford are guests of their cousin Miss Mar jorie Hughes Mrs Joe Falconer Jr of Middles boro is expected today to visit her mother Mrs Harris and sister Mrs Jennie West Messrs Wheeler Early and Turner Vanarsdal two Lexington swells were the guests of Misses May me Ballard and Nellie Bourne Sunday Edmond Lee Conn is at home after several months stay in Ilinois to see his father J T Conn who was thrown from his horse last week and severely injuredMrs Lunsford and daughter Miss Elixa are visiting Mrs Wm Barnes of Livingston They were ac companied by her granddaughter Miss Jennie Cox Rev F M Tinder and family will arrive this week from Carlisle and take possession of the Arnold property on Danville avenue This family is welcomed to our little city Miss Cora Ward of this city will sing at the contest in Stanfods this Friday evening She is a gifted sing er whose charming manners and sweet disposition have made her a great fav orite among our people Interior Journal Mr J H Dunn and wife of Garrard were here They are thinking of locating in Stan ford and we hope they will do so Mr S D Turner has moved to this place from Lancaster and is engaged in the insurance business Danville News Mr Willie Fox of Lancaster who spent the commencement season here has home Miss Elizabeth Hud son of Lancaster has been the guest ot Miss Alleen Hudson Messrs Waller Hudson and Louis Gill have returned for vacation Miss Mattie May Robinson of Lancas ter was a charming visitor here this lap Miss yesterdayE Logan returned to week Saturday was t Danville mother gladly Lancaster Although our ClosingOut Sale has brought large crowds to our store we still have many fine goods and to close them out quickly have made another deep cut in prices THEY MUST GO so come quickly and get the bargains We have made Further Reductions On All Goods We have S9me elegant Heavy Winter Goods which are going REGARDLESS OF COST and you can save many dollars by buying now and keeping them over Remember we going to quit business and the goods MUST go r J M BIG BIRG1INS 2 J JO B C p Ico r I are arCi F4tbi r FLAT WOODS W B Furr sold J U 46 fat hogs atSlc W H Furr visited at Elder A J Sprlnkels Sunday Eld H J Murrel Is attending the General Association at Irvine Misses Bessie Spangler and Ella Smith visited at Walter Spanglers SundaySam was so unfortunate as to Icb5e a valuable mare last week by IIC Lewis after spending sometime here has returned to his atRay Tennessee Business and Bargains Ingersoll watches 1 Thompson the Jeweler 12 Tomato plants for sale Mrs J W Grant Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices J R Haseldens 424 tf W E Moss has a yoke of 1200 Ib ox en for sale 2t New stuck of brooches in enamal white stone pearls and diamonds Thompson the Jeweler 12 China plates etc at reduced prices to make room for new importations Thompson the Jeweler 12 We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillin Brosm58tf Potato Plants Brazilian Bermuda SouthernQueen and Venelen will be ready May 10th ma8 1m Geo Smith Wanted 100000 bushels of wheat C C Glass Bro Camp Nerson Ky G193t Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer wiil be here today Friday 24tf I have taken charge lasville stage line and will give care ful attention to all business Leave orders at Elkins meat store I P Thompson m15tf Cedar Polls Nor Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price from 20cts to 50cts They are strictly A 1 W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rincklcs which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work splendid Hog 45 stock hogs all been through the cholera want to engage to go off from 5th to lath They will then av about IGO Ibs Can see me at June court at Lancaster C H B Bugle Beuna Vista 191t Notice to Lot Owners The Trustees has had barrels placed at convenient points in the Cemetery in which to throw withered flowers waste paper and other trash It is especially requested that these will be so used and thus assist in keeping the place as neatly as possible j122t Kentucky Cliantanqua The Seventeenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington June 30 to July 10 inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will given The detailed program will mailed to any address upon tion to Charles Scott Business ger Lexington Ky Notice to Bondholder The following bonds of the ter Graded School will be July 1 1903 After that time interest will cease until paid Anyone one or more of Nos 5 13 47 48 49 61 71 and 74 will please present such bond or bonds to E W Harris for redemption J B Kinnaird Secty Jt WHerndonPrs Notice All persons especially and Fishermen are warned to keep off the premises upon which the Cave is situated or they will be cuted for trespass This course imperative in order to pro tect my other who is now very old against drunkenness riotous conduct including pistol shooting c May 21st 1903 29tf JNO W MILLER Examinations Examination colored will be held Friday and Saturday June 2627 Examinatio n for students who de sire to try for the scholarship at State College Lexington Ky will beheld June 25tb 1903 This examination is competitive and is open to all appli cants between 14 and 20 of age All three examinations will at County Supts The Garrard County Institute for Teachers will beheld at the July 1317 1903 All Teachers are required to un less excused from attending by the County Superintendent otherwise their will Mrat E L Walker p ISapk a be- Ing before of the Nicho i a24 tf m29 redeem hash in teachers CourtHouse C Y wr Fox kicked home 4 Boards rage holding Post pry a alts for pears beheld office attend be revoked ti T i f rl Y 5 i bed rat MAHKSBURY Little Simeon Parks is sick at this writingThe Sunday School will have picnic on July 4th Miss Lizzie Simpson has been quite sick for several days Msssrs Afford and Geo Boner of Danvillei were visitors here Sunday Mrs Mary E Harlan is confined to her room with neuralgia of the heart Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis is the guest of her brother Mr Kinnaifd Bourne and wife Miss Fannie Floyd of Danville is spending several days with Mr John Royston and family The Pleasant Grove is cordially invited to attend Place of entertainment will be announced in next issue VanArsdall and daughter Emily Anderson of Harrodsburg were entertained last week by Mrs N H Bogle Rev W M Stallings and Misses Sal lie Herring and Jennie Swope are the General Association of Kentucky Baptists at Winchester Rev W P Harvey of Louisville was the guest Sunday of Rev W M Stal lings Rev Harvey conducted the ser vices at the Fork church Sunday mor ningMiss Jennie Swope closed her term of music last Friday On Friday a musicale was given by the pupils at Mr Dickersons at Bryants ville Those who attended report an enjoyable time McCREARV Mrs Will Dickerson is quite sick at this writing Mrs Gulley is visiting her sisterMrs Almyra Wearen Miss Pattie Naylor visited her sis ter Miss Nell last week Mr George Grow and family visited at Mr John Lackeys recently Miss Ethel West ol your city visit ed friends at this place recently Miss Pearl Harden was a visitor of Miss Irene Simpson for a few days Mr Guy Davidson and bride were visitors at our Sunday school lst Sun dayMiss Eva Jones visited Miss Mamie Kelley and attended preaching at Buckeye last Sunday Mrs Mary Kelley has returned to her home after several days visit to her daughter Mrs Will Henry of Manse Beautify your yard with an iron fence or gate Lowest estimate on all work J C Thompson agent for best and picket fence maae 12 Apricots are indigenous to the plains of America Mrs Lee Riker little attending afternoon l lowest Sundays 4 Born to the Ansil Parks on the 8th fin ne boy Mrs Nelson of Williamsburg is iting her mother Mrs J W Meadows The evening train killed i fine hog belonging to Joe Scott last Wednes dayJ M Metcalfe is having a lot of cow peas sown here they are the first that has been sown here Mrs Bettie Brown is very sick Mrs Geneve Tribble her daughter spent the day there Sunday The early morning passenger train stopped just about this place to put a man off the pilot who was beating a rideThe Misses Spurlock entertained a large party of friend in honor of Miss Hensley of Berea last Wsdnesday all report a splendid time Lightning struck Henry Millers coal house and set it on fire knocked old uncle Green Burnside down who was some distance off Mrs Martha Prather who has been living with Sirs Belle Henderson for several years was married at Silver Creek last Saturday to Win Wilcox MadisonTheives broke into J JI Meadows store last week they got into the cel ler but was unable to get up stairs to the main part of the house They on ly got a quantity of fruit belonging to Mr Meadows New Idea XVomanx Magazine Everything of interest and import ance to the life and comfort of a home maker in the Summertime from golf to bathing suits and the various ways of serving cherries is touched upon in the midsummer Number of the NEW IDEA WOMANS MAGAZINE Para sols and Sun Umbrellas are reviewed by Kate Wallace Clements Frances Dana sets forth the vogue in Summer Gloves and Mitts and Waldon Faw cett tells How to Make Porticoes The Fourth of July in Luzon is charmingly described by L McLaughlin and a page of humor delightfully illustrated is an excellent feature for the hot weather The pat terns set forth the latest vagaries of fashion and the stories are interesting Many persons arc asking the mean ing of the term ilisor as found in the reported proceedings of thcBrcath itt circuit court It is one who is ap pointed by order of the court to pc r form the functions and duties of a sheriff who is himself for any reason disqualified or incapacitated to per form those duties For sale sow and seven polandchina pigs J C Hemphill 515tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday lie is doing some splendid work 21tf LOWELL wife ofc vis and extraordinarily Lllsor Attractive POTTS BROS ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooo FLOURManufacturers of and dealers In High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 TWINE Sisal Ender Twine 12 c e e 0 0 JlO 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 juuuuuuuuUUUUt JUUUJLJ TBWAtKlHSUN W 8 BEAZkEY Dentists overThomp ons store Danville at Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of decd wilt present proven to or my attorney J E Robinson on or before August let 1903 Davis Button Admrot Morgan Sattou dec Small MMNurf of I ee ct FRI Beazley Paris Office S 8 88 S 8 spr 8ee4l f t t t O Morgan Sutton same tie good cultivated heap seed fur sale r r- Y FEED STORE and EXCHANGE y Geo Smith JrNOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a specialty Type writing at reasonable rates Office at L L Walkers office For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce J W Hamil ton as a candidate for nomination for theoffice ot Clerk of Garrard Circuit Court subject totheaction of the Democratic party the FAVORITE t i IERCES I RESCRIPTIONF1R raY r- r r a v Crop The blackberry crop promises tlio liiiicst In years la Woodford Mr John R McCarthy has sold his old wheat 1750 bushels to Mr Isham Bailey at 74c At a recent sale in Adair county Ky Uriah Dunn sold a pair of mules to J T Goudy for 260 Robertson also sold a mule W Pedigo for 75 t In Clark L C Pigg sold 300 lambs to Green Lynam of Mt Sterling for June and July delivery at 5c President Hawkins of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association states that the Burley crop is now under the control of the growers Have Rubber Tires put on your buggy in time tor J Romans 616 tf Blue grass seed was selling at 45c from the stripper Tuesday Returns from the strippers indicate a much larger crop than expected Paris Kentuckian Persons bothered with fleas can of them by using salt If they are about the stables sprinkle salt on the floor also around the dog kennels and bathe in salt water Where salt is used they will emigrate The annual official publication of the department of Agriculture known as the Year Book will be printed about June 15 Those who wish should apply to the Congressman from their own district One of the best tobacco sales this year is that made by Messrs J H Waits and Baker They this week deliv ered to Garnet Rollins 10000 Ibs at 12c all round The crop was raised on six acres thus averaging 200 per acre Cynthiana Log Cabin Get your buggy painted at W J the fairs 615 tf It is alleged by those who should know that 95 per cent of the fertiliz ing matter of the food consumed by sheep is returned to the soil If this is so and we have no reason to doubt It it pays to feed farm products to sheep Every forkfull of manure spread on the farm has a value It is a surprise that so many farmers will let so much cash lie around the feed lots and waste places when it can be turned to account Barn yard fertility will do no good unless applied to fields of use fulnessG Fallis of near Salvisa got 150 pounds of wool off thirteen sheep one of which yielded 19 pounds He sold most of the wool at 20c per pound and the sheep at 8 per head and has the lambs left Robt Clemmons another Mercer county farmer got 752 pounds of wool from lOG sheep The cholera among hogs seems to have taken a hold in Fayette county and many who have a large number of hogs are discouraged over the Several farmers have already lost a number of their hogs Mr W J fc r B J 1Ij k BrWJ toA vas J J outlook e Laud i Coffey grid co pies in e ly j J tlawjdns hoe pt cbbaU pf 160 1 pounds s ws and pigs snfTjriiiK frprn tho j a very consider1 extent tie object nf the genem farmer should bi tu produce as far as possible eve ry thing that his family and his live stock will and have a surplus of these products that can be most read marketed and yet will take the least quantity of fertilizing elements from his soil In this way he reduces his outlay to a minimum and gives himself an opportunity to realize on a variety of products We have too gigs phaetons and harness for the next thirty days Romans 615 tf Having seen an inquiry for remedy scratches on horses I will send a sure cure for scratches or greasy heel Take Black Ash bark and boll until the strength is extracted Be move the bark and continue to boll the liquid until it gets thick like tar Wash the heels well with good soap suds and apply this tar Three cations will usually cure the worst ca Indiana Farmer For the next days we will bargains on our buggies and harness in our stock Romans Elmore 615 tf Mr J A Cohen bought last week 50 200 lb hogs from Ball Bros and 45 from Messrs R B and J B Boston at 565 also 16 from Mr James C Turner weighing 178 and 4 from Mr W B 255 at 550 He bought 21 70lb lambs from Mr Sanders Hunter at 6 cents and 32 73lb lambs from Mr W H Cleveland at 4 each also from the latter a lot of fat sheep at 3c a pound Versailles Sun You had better get our prices on harness o u to save money and Elmore 615 tf Some folks imagine the farmer does not need to read or think His is just to plod through the mud keep his nose down to the earth and never look up to see what is going on in the world That was the old idea of farming It is passing away and ought to go with a lot of other things that once were looked upon as being all right but which we of today to be as wicked as Salem witchcralt Farm Journal Save buggy by hav ing rubber put on J Romans Only the best tires used tf Mrs King of Corpus Texas owns more land than any other woman in the country perhaps in the world Her holdings are no less than 1300 000 acres located in the counties of Nueces Hidalgo Starr and Cameron Her late basband Capt King was one of the old time cattle barons while Mrs King has about 5000 cattle on her broad acres Under the terms of her husbands will the estate must not be divided until his eldest grand child comes of age Mrs King one Pq 9ri h o sable use for it sesCor Romans business known graz- Ing C each disease lit l app hilton our Christi G 1 e b ha fca is Farmers Hume Mat 6 Co pep of Klulinionil a p iilPK horse man of Kentucky and who sold the great gelding Jack ODia uionds toMrThos Dunn of St Lou Mo has recently purchased Chief No1813 a brother of MrDunns gelding It is not probable that Mr Cohen will enter Chief in the show circuit this year but will him for 1904 with the purpose of capturing the grand prize at the Worlds Fair at St Louis that year Perhaps this is the ace up the sleeve with which Kentucky will take the Jack What do you say Mat Tea In Bed R J P Oakvill Ind writes For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys It so severe that I could not move part of the time I consulted the very best medicrl skill available but could get no relief until Foleys Kidney Cure was reccommended to me It has been a Godsend to me C C J E Stormes 1m The cucumber was originally a vegetable Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quanity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery for Coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFar land Bentorville Va serves as exam pIe He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then I taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Consumption Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist Trial bottles free regular sizes 50c and 1m Pears were brought from the East by the Romans Wont of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S H Newson Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured insuf ferablepain from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death seemed in evitable when doctors and all reme dies failed At length I was induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For Liver Kidney Stomach and Bow el troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine Its guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m The walnut is a native of Daucasus and China yarning If you have kidney or bladder troub le and do not use Foleys Kidney Cure you will have only yourself to blame for results as it postively cures all forms of kidney and bladder diseases C C J E Stormes im Garlic came from Sicily and the shores of the Mediterranean sea I h mFrled prepare AGray tropical Consumption began 100 Only 50c Persia the 18 I j qia cos tlud llirajl tlaugti R Joliet saddle Gold told Tears was MALARIAAn Invisible Enemy to Health they systemMalariaseen and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is completely at the this hidden foe This invisible may be us night and day but often the first intimation we have of its presence is a chilly creepy sensation running over the body and weakened by the millions of microbes and germs and an irregular slow circulation is the result This condition of the enlargement of the spleen loss of and feeble digestion aor yellow carbuncles abscesses ulcers infectedvegetable anddepressedrise to innumerable and serious troubles liver LOUISVILLE KY March 26th 1902 For several years I suffered with Chills and Fever caused by Malaria la my system and each summer for entirely cured me and I have never been troubled since I am sure no other medicine could have given me so S S S for an eruption of the akin and general down condition of his system and though he has taken but one bottle already commences to feel 931 West Market St L SHAPOFF prescribed toohighlybetter run and pustular and eruptions are common symptoms Frequently the so impaired such a lifeless condition ensues that the person loses interest in his surroundings and faith in all human Malaria if allowed to remain in the system lays the foun dation for other diseases that often fatal or permanently wreck the health kinds ofmalaria rove can only be worked out of the1 e poison offers the of a and the only medicine a vigorous condition poisonous matters of no kind S a to ht this invisible enemysummer cause the germs to multiply and still furthererish the weaken the constitution and now more the Malari ZL I Malaria system through the blood and a remedy that can destroy germs and microbes and that can accomplish this iSS S S whichnot purges the blood ofall morbidmatter it pure searches out and destroys trace of MalarialpoiSon and keeps are accumulate but expelled from time the stsultry ever pe cure unhealthand health It blood m such allowed to re the systemDuring the is opportune hot needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic A of S S particular season wit its evils reinforce recuperate the invigorating tonic influence course relieve you of Malaria and sluggishdigestion improve and all the rapidly Sat vital great tits trom all the Ideal in allMalarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions If you have any Malarial write us bur Physicians wiliyour case advise you without charge Book on Blooded free e Y freed0m m es 1 cym rlrtlRllYAa r minerals remedy t ms poison take uP Stun r 1 J 3 4 Only Machines ot mad by fhe wrfps RVIeTrust 4 tow I BINDERS HEMP REAPERSAsk any of the following what they think of the Osbourne machines M F Arbuckle Jas Clarke Milt Mahan T B Walker Tom Moore- J M Saunders Jno Donnohue J A Hayden J A Burk G T Hig ginbotham V F Parks Jno M Parks Sold by R M WEST Lancaster Kys r Cuts and Qulcltty Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and burns causes them to heal without maturation and more quickly than by the usual treat ment by all druggists 1m Capers originally grew wild in Greece and Northern Africa Our large brick stable will be for business Monday Stop with us All modern conveniences W A It REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business June 9 1903 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 63 Overdrafts secured and unsecured tl 00Stocksfurniture and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 8793 GOChecks00Fractionaland cents 0 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 8970 00 Legaltender notes 2872 00 00Redemptionurer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL 55380 u3 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in fund Undivided profits less expenses and 772556 National Bank notes outstanding 49500 00 Due to other 21R1 M Due to State Banks and Bankers C6 84 Individual deposits subject to check 13592C 89 TOTAL yfi538o 93 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF sa I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and CashierSubscribedday of Jane 1903 S C Denny Notary Public COMLICT Attest L Y LEAVE i J 8 ROBINSON Director J J WALKER J REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL DANK OF LANCASTER SLAT Tie Close of Business June 9 1903 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 149 939 11 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 628 35 U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 50000 Stocks securities etc furniture and fixture 11000 Due from National Banks lot reserve agents 1912 74 Due from State Banks and Bankers 320 47 Due from 74311 91 Checks other cash items 10 17 Notes of other National Banks 1570 00 Fractional 108 08 LAWFUL MONEY RKSEBVE IN BANK viz Specie tfi43TPO Legaltender notes 3500 00 993500 Redemption Fund with U B Treas urer circulation 2500 00 Total 3I523C43 LIABILITIES paid In 50000 00 Surplus fund profits less expenses and 1122041 NatlonalBank Notes Outstanding 49700 00 10DueIndividual deposits subject to check 180580 10 Cei lifted checks Total 31523643 STATKOFKXNTUCKYCOUNTY OF6ABRABO88 18 C DENNY Cashier of the abort named bank do solemnly wear that the above statement Is to best of my knowledge aid belief 8 Cashier Subscribed and to before this 3th of Jane 1908 X KIMNAIRD Notary Public Autx B DENNT A C ROBINSON 0 B 1 I I rule Forsale u Arnold 147 331 258 50000 10000 GAR 13000 f h I 10000 00 sworD Hth19 IJNO x Director t c i J Burns mud read OF TttE I taxes OF Tat 1 approved reserve agents as 5fc stock taxes paid ti5 tae day Commisetoa expires owerAttest Brooms a t a ama 0 Ito PKEACHERSTILLE We had some frost here last week Born to the wife of John L dy a 11J lb boy John is rejoicing with exceedingly great joy Lewis Spoonamore is able to be up some though he has had a very se rious spell of fever S C Rigsby sold a horse to a man from Irvine for 150 J W Cummins to same for 120 Hiatt Stigall one to same for 100 D M Anderson sold three mule colts to Col Underwood for 70 per head A J Thompson sold a horse to B D Holtzclaw for 110 Fin Ballard sold two yearling steers to George Miller for 33 S P Curtis of Kirksville bought 70 hogs here last week for Sic J L Hutchins sold six 180 lb hogs to J H Cress for 520 per hundred Rev Andrew Johnson will speak here the 22nd inst at 3 p m on the subject of temperance Mr Lamp Cummins has been sick for a few days though he is better now Several from this place has been at the meeting at Hebron The has been a great blessing to that community Miss Nellie Hobbs of Mackville has been visiting friends here for a few daysMrs Wm Walls of Lancaster was visiting her sister Mrs Chas Spoona more recently Mrs Bettie Archer and family of Burgin is visiting her mother Mrs Foley this week Miss Fannie Thompson ed home from Georgetown where she has been in school The Childrens Day at Harmons Lick the 21st inst promises to be interesting Ills Last Hope Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first opening of Oklahoma to in 1889 the editor of this paper was among the many seekers after for tune who made the big race one tine day In April During his traveling a bout and afterwards his camping upon his claims he encountered much bad water which together with the severe heat gave him a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost impossible to check and along in June the case be came so bad he expected to die One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Djanhoea Remedy as a last hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on the in great agony and in a few minutes the dose was repeated The good effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within an hour the patient was taking his first sound sleep for a fortnight That one little bottle worked a complete cure and he can not help but feel grateful for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this item For sale by all druggists im The bean native of Egypt TVas Va8SlBC The following letter from Robert R Watts of Salem Mo is instructive I have been troubled with kidney for the last years I lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and than two bottles completely cared me and am now sound and OC JEStormes 1m I I Kennel lone tendin 7revival has return very settlers aground The Is saldto be a Away disease flue I f it f I season relief less Well a r pjrdsulneitt ttrua Sfeiis iior tica J Tfoa na theta apt1 B W Jpsirf tb i lvpii ei Jho gtttttlariieii glut 8 II mid guifiiiitiu Jlarcen Bcui ed Thesj yeiitkinuu sped no endorsement in their own locality as all of then rep reBtiitnilvo Lusntsd men aid drug ci 11 who IIBVC IKUK successful In their own affairs uuti who merit the respect und esteem of the com inanities iu which theyreside But before Investing in any stock medicine one should look the Personnel of Its and this I particularly invite In the most starching manner P P Prlsblc of Lancaster Ky is now JIarsees Cholera Remedy and is a drug mnnof pratical and successful experience in thi drug business and him largely in due the reputation that the community enjoys as being the owner of the neatest most com pletely equipped and economically managed drug store of any in this town Mnrseea Cholera Remedy is not sowed broadcast up and down in the land neither Peddled but advocate the above plan through drug men alone Remember that you certainly can lose noth lug by trying Miirsees Choera Remedy- I am so confident that my remedy will do all I claim for it that I am willing in every instance to sell it under a guarantee to cure or refund mouev all I ask is that you fol low the directions closely and give the remedy a fair trial These gentlemen deserve patronage for show their s riving to give jou the best medicine for your F P Frisbie Lancaster Ky Shugars and DinwiddIe Itradfordsvillc Ky W 15 Me JONAH MARSKE r pre carefully Ino selling to 01lr KyJune the ire l ultra managements progressiveness For OUQUS and OLDS Price ISIc 1 i A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It Trial Bottle freefail l We have just returned from the East with THEHANDSOMEST Ever Shown in this Section of Kentucky Great care was given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to see them SALLIE D TILLUT LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBIXSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS fioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SUltPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird n LmE OF MillEi S o o o o o o o Z493 g 0 1L 2 ice Prest 2 2 0 2 2 30000 s C OOC C C Cv6OC r 00030 0000 0000000 0 000 0 Q O 0 e 0 9 Q 0Q 0 0 0- Q O g Op0404040 Oc O OnO 000 0e100000nOC On0600040 Good Sheep G C Fallis of the Salvisa vicinity certainly has some wool producing sheep IIo got 152 pounds oil of thir teen sheep one of which yielded 10 pound IIo sold most of the wool at 1Gc per pound and the sheep at S3 per head and has the lambs left Ilar rodsburg Democrat Chronic bronchial troubles and sum mer coughs can be quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar 1m J H GULLEY Undertaking Embalming Full line of Fine Bugles McCreary Ky DISEASES the most all KIDNEY CURE It I lULCI 0 Guarantnd Renedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr New Discovery fatalof diseases eminent K clans f rKODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troublesallstomach accelerates the action of the gas trlc and gives tone to tho digestive organs KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain J KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tained in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding VA times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared only iy E C DeWITT 4 CO CHICAGO To the School Children and friends of Garrard have entceetl the contest for the Free Trip to thr Worlds Fair and earnestly solicit the votes of my friends The ballots will be placed at Judge Ilciiiphills oflice under of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson CountyI the dlrcctiOt