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TAJL LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1903 TIIE ENmR R ORJ 0 D JBT NTH 1 1 e c j YEdB zvaaiai3 Ice Coolers Ice Cream Ice Tongs and Ice Picks A complete line of screen doors and windows We can please you prices and quality of goods t Boxes ifl tii Freezers i n Refrigerators ice i JR Il SE DEN Of local Interest QKo stock sales were made Monday Cherries are here So are many pains under the apron Lets shoot the wag who said the Ice man should be brought to see the er ror of his weighs Ron R C Warren of Stanford says he will be a candidate for Congress He says hG is going in to win this time The Gerlorilous Fourth will pass unnoticed in Lancaster save by the post office and banks who will close in memory of the his country Why not have a Fourth of July cele bration in Lancaster Lets have bur goo skyscraping oratory a big pa rade and paint the town as red as Bob Kinnairds neck tie i Hats off to Judge Sauflejr Judge Saufley has determined to wake up the city and county officials in his district in regard to keeping streets clean buildings and turnpikes in repair Dont weary in your Honor Theyre The Stuff If you think all of Lancasters mer chants are asleep take a peep at our advertising columns and you will change There are many live wires amongour business men who believe ih letting their shine instead of hiding it under a bushel KcUglouB DlMCiiHfiioil One o f our Stanford subscribers wishes to get papers containing the discussion between Jno Woodcock and Rev Humphries which was published in 1888 possibly That was before The Record was established Judge M D Hughes printing the Central News in which the articles appeared A Novel Horse Trade Sheriff Bannon got stuck on a fine horse and offered the owner enough of 5 and 10 bills to encircle him for the animal The offer was accepted the bills pinned together and the horse brought 65 The owner walked off cussing while the Sheriff rode away smiling Hawesville Plaindeal Era Tinder Preaches Rev F M Tinder who was called to the local Christian church preached his first sermon Sundayhav ing been delayed a few weeks by of the severe burns received at the big tire in his old home Carlisle Ills face is about well but his hands are still sore and must be kept bandaged Mr Tinder has made a tine impression upon our people and many compli ments have been passed upon his I I Paof our opinion er recently well deing reason sermons tau WI IU U I 6IoaranGo in Ladies shoes Sale and Slippers QVG put on sale a numbcr of pairs m Shoes and Slippers that must be sold out at about Half Price These are broken lots We only have a few in each lot so come early an d get u first choice Logan Dry Goods Go c Lr 1- Ni t sizes b i See premium list of Kirksvllle Fair j In this Monday about the dullest court day of the year A small wowfd was here but didnt tarryjong hear Judge Saufley made the Stanford City Council clean upthe town from eend to eend He will be here soon The Records special premium at the Kirksville Fair is for the best gal lon of ice cream Remember the dates July 1718 Most all those to whom we sent statements have responded A few have ignored the request and their names will be sent to the Chicago Collecting Agency Many Colored People For the past two weeks the town has been crowded with colored men and women Last week they attend ed the Baptist Association and this week the Methodists are in session They are all wellbehaved people to their own business and seem to be having a big time The opening ball at famous old Crab Orchard Springs attracted a large crowd of people from all over the state and was a most pleasant event Manager Willis has the property in good shape this season and Indica tions point toward a most prosperous summer There is no more place to spend your vacation and better waters cannot be found Hard On The laterUrban Cars will be running on the Inter Urban by September first The track is about completed hut the electrical part is causing delay The big Davis syndicate which was going to girdle the bluegrass region is no more When t came time to show down it was found the Davis people didnt have enough money to start a peanut roast Gazette Doing Great Good This office turned out a big job of printing for the Keeley Institute at Crab Orchard this week There is no institution in the state which ac complishes more good for mankind than does the Keelev treatment If it only saved one drunkard in every ten that would be remarkable but when every man taken there comes away free from alcohol settles down and makes a good citizen we believe the good work of the institution should be heralded by those people who want to help suffering humanity Wants Ten Thousand Dollars Mrs M C Walter who was injured by falling in a ditch near her home last winter has brought suit against the town for 10000 damages by rea son of injuries sustained The city had dug a ditch alongside the street and during the night Mrs Walter was compelled to go to a neighbors to tel ephone for a doctor to come to see her husband who was ill In her hurry she ran into the excavation receiving a sprain and internal injuries The case will come up at the next term of circuit court R H Tomlinson and W I Williams brought the suit Handsome Improvement The contract for erecting the new entrance to the Graded School grounds has been let to the Garrard County Marble Works whose ad appears in this paper The design Is an exceed ingly beautiful one the gates being of iron the pillars of handsome stone On either side are pretty single gates for pedestrians being made on the selfclosing plan Mr Harwood is to be congratulated on the nandsome design which has been complimented by all who have seen it The trus tees are due a vote of thanks for re moving the old farm gate with fencerail attachment for open ing Thanks for your uptodateness gentlemen Meeting Great Success The free reading room and library spoken of in last issue of The Record is meeting with the hearty and support of nearly every man in town It is the desire of the W C T U to rent the entire Sweeney building thus getting the use of both floors Almost enough money has been secured and there is no doubt of the securing of the bal ance The first floor will be devoted to reading rooms writing rooms and alarge rest room for the public in gen eral The rest room toilet and wri ting rooms for ladies will be the second floor The tables will be kept supplied with all the best magazines and newspapers The Rec ord putting its entire exchange list there every morning something no other reading room can afford This is unquestionably the best move in Lancaster its many advan takes being readily There is abso lutely no place in town where men can go to read write or converse unless it is on the goods boxes in front of the stores The men must remain at home after lounge in the park go to the Chute or join in the crap or poker game Of course there are some men who say the move Is not a good You might a free excursion Into heavenand some would kick and say it was no go but we these kicking wiJl soon be that they are wrong One man has already offered to place his entire library consisting of hundred volumes in the library Oth ers are equally aa r was We 5 attend Grand Ball delightful erParis backwoods arranged- on seen supper H t issue encouragement business undertaken one getup believe mossbacks convinced fire n yJfsQ F Waat Him to Ran Many of the friends of John M Duncan are urging him to make the race for Circuit on repub lican ticket at the approaching Mr Duncan was county clerk for some years and is a splendid offi cial J W Hamilton the present in cumbent has been oininated by the democrats No P Wanted N The Elkton wl the past seven years hasten publYshed as a gone back to its original weekly form Editor Gaines has doubtless discovered that the pea pIe had rather have all the local news once a weekthan to get it in doses diluted with boiler plate stale reprint or any old thing to Jill up Good Congressional Timber Hon liarve Helm of Stanford was in town Monday and received much encouragement from our people in to his candidacy tor the demo cratic nomination for congress Mr Helm is one of the bestposted men In the district a good speaker and an honest honorable gentleman in every respect He has done noble service for his party and has a wide circle of friends in the district who will make a hot fight for him Remember This When The Records collector comes around and you are the kind of fellow that gets mad when asked for what you owe please be kind enough to tell him that you dont like it We make this request so your name can be scratched off our list We need its true but we dont want to have dealings with any man who is so big a fool as to get mad when asked to pay what he should have brought to this office himself There are many differ ent kind of men but the blankdest one is the fool who gets mad when asked to pay an account If a fellow hasnt the money he should say so in a gentlemanly manner and make a pretense at having some sense he has any or not Called The Wrong Man A short time ago a Topeka young lady was troubled with a boil on her knee which grew so bad that she thought it necessary to call a physi cian She badformed a dislike for the family physician so her father several others and finally said he would call physician with the homeopathic case who passed the house every day They kept a sharp lookout for him and when he came he was called in The young lady modestly showed him the disabled member The littlejnan looked at it and said Why that is pretty bad Well she said what must I do If I were you he answered I would send for a physician I am a piano most Praiseworthy It is advised that our Lancaster pastors and church Boards are favora ble to union or all the church services on Sunday night for months of July and August of present summer the first Union service being suggested for first Sunday night in July It has al so been favorably suggested that this union service be represented in one or more Open Air service held in the Town Square with a full part of occasion given to devotional song ser vice and good features of new songs by selected choir from different possibly orchestral accompani ment Both these features are herein heartily endorsed by The Record for the more Christian fellowship may ev dence unity of worship spirit and work against united forces of vice and crime the more its mission to help humanity will be owned and honored The Record will gladly give notice ef these services when matter is fully agreed upon Sunday Killings At Harmons Lick meetinghouse near Dripping Springs in this county Sunday afternoon James Rodgers shot and instantly killed Bud Ledford Ledford was shot through the head and never spoke after receiving the wound Rodgers came to town after the shooting and surren dered to the authorities The men were brothersinlaw and from the best information obtainable had had previous trouble over land matters Sunday Ledford came to the church and finding Rodgers there went to Crab Orchard returning shortly un der the Influence of liquor and on Rodgers at the same time an attempt as if to draw a weap on when Rodgers shot Ledford was 31 years old and leaves a wife and four small children Rodgers is 37 years old and has a wife and several childrenNear mill across the line in Madison county Sunday Fountain Land shot and inflicted what will no doubt prove fatal wounds on his B Land It appears that B Land come home Sunday morning under the influence of and raised a guar eel with his stepfather interfered When Land made threats against him and securing an axe started backto the house armed with the and a knife his mother closed door placing her husband her of the way B Land then came to a and FountalnLand thinking he was trying to get in the window shot him with the above re sults Bv Land age and was a of Land who here tny years a by CourtClerk i i J Progr semiweekly hS allopath- ic money whether suggested inthe along tunerEx churches immediately advanced making stepson f 4 J c I election Holier tell regard tie him mothers axe tale behind out window was about 35 years o eon Bob was killed go Farr f K f Come let us dress you up will 2 2 I See our Crash Snits for We can show you a great line of hot weather Shirts nice live of Cool Underwear beautiful live of thin socks for hot weath ere See our straw hats T Logan DeOle Price Clltmer io moa wyyou KEEP COOL H H Roteatlier Wcar a R The little boys base ball team the Danville kids in that city Special meeting The Rev 0 M Huey of Stanford will assist the Rev J E Wolford in a series of meetings at the Baptist church beginning Sunday Mr Huey is remembered here with the kindliest feelings for his works sake And the confidence Inspired during his last visit should give him the sympathy and cooperation of the entire community Especially are all the members of the Baptist church earnestly requested to rally to these meetings and help to make them profitable to souls and honorable to God James E Wolford pastor Confederate Veterate At a stated meeting of Camp M D Logan Confederate Veterans the lol lowing proceedings were had Present J H Arnold Commander Resolved that on motion of Com mander Arnold it is ordered that a Camp of Daughters ofthe Confederacy established in this Garrard County Ky Appointed to charge ot the Camp were Mrs Dr Burnett Miss Sal lie Lou Myers Miss Fannie Doty Miss Doty daughter of J A Doty It Is further ordered on motion that Duncan Goodloe deliver to the above the books and all the paraphranalia of any kind that he belonging to said order It is further ordered on motion J W Hamilton be now appointed to this Camp Said Hamilton appeared and accepted said trust Ordered that Camp adjourn until next County Court day 4th Monday in July1903J Arnold Commander LICK Pies Henry had a nice heifer to die with blackleg Rev Chumbley preached at Paint Lick Sunday OL Terrill has gone to Frenchtrorg for a few days Miss Bertha Buraslde is the guest of Miss Mayine Ramsey Mrs Jennie Searcy has returned to her home much improved Mrs Fannie Kaehlerhas returned from a to Fast Burnstadt A pretty little stranger a daughter Margaret Blount arrived recently at Mr and Mrs S H Btounti Lick is still on a a d Mr Ike Arnold twelve Titular and would have If ke to toMtJoM1 ft Ifcery I defeated take secretary PAINT boarders aCcl No hie i Fannie appointees has that visit Paint boor hex more had room the otter ii8gler Ma eEsr lywtsa Ass wide IM- cuttaM liNi4MIMix di- Ff f 4 A big crowd will go on the 8L50 to Cincinnati Sunday IL50 to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Lancaster at 5 a m Many in the city Show Postponed Miss Dove Harrisrequests The Bee ord to say the entertainment District School has been postponed the date decided upon to be duly given The Ladies Aid Society most cordi ally invite friends and members of the several churches to meet their pastor Mr Tinder and his family Friday evening eight oclock at Christian church Prof Mannix of the Graded Schools delivered an address before the Educational Association at Lexington Tuesday subject The Use of Outside Educational The Lexington papers speak highly of the address County Lost The of Garrard county against a Boston school book publishing house tried in Stanford was knocked out on a technicality and will to the court of appeals again The is for al leged violation of a recent law the price of school books A Hustler Among Hastier Mr E C Walton of Stanford was here Monday in the interest of his most excellent paper the Interior Journal We believe Ed Walton knows i more people and has more true friends than young man in central Ken tucky He certainly merits all tile good things said about him PERSONALS Mrs Mary Anderson left Monday to visit Mrs Baldwin of Louisville Mrs Hamilton and children of I Louisville are guests of Mrs Eliza Eaton Mrs Colllngs of Lexington to visiting the families of T L Broaddna and Robert Quite this week Mrs Margaret Shelton of Danville and her friend Miss Florence Fallow of Opelika AUk the guests of Mrs Mary Swope and mother Little Misses Georgia Beckett of Frankfort and Gladys Ceilings of Lexington spending the summer with Misses Bessie MM u4 Site AM Lear Mlles XMffi tadJty w t to Winchester Tansy te west Mas ter BoM West WaflUagtoa who cam to fcfe fra tpMreU Mr I T e fri mi fcmlM t l fii t fA Influences case caSe any were are excursion attractions Kentucky regulating Dove West fat viplt WMiii t la aL FUNERAL DIRECTORS ArtHial art itj EifcalnMg A BEAZLEY Icol r IJ We have the most complete line ot FURNITURE ui CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0000000000O L DAVIDSON V Attorney At Law 6 Life Insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums of 1500 and upward 0 oc oooooooa contest in the Courier Journal was Miss Elsie Zimmer of this city Lucian McKee Grant of this city also sent a correct answer Richmond Register Mr B D of Lancaster passed through here yesterday enroute to Estill Springs Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned to Lancaster from a visit to Misses Mary and Margaret Miller Speaking ofthe Contest at Stanford the Interior Journal compliments Garrards entry Miss Lillian S Poor and says MISS Cora Ward of Loa caster sang and was so liberally ap plauded that she was forced to appear again The coatest was won by Mtac Carr ofSoaenet The reeeptloa of Mrs A H Bice of Nashvttte i eo plt ent t o Mte Katharine Boose was highly ea Jojed l t Mass wsfttoMtifBly decorated IB peas and MIss BOBMT a charmingly pretty aa attractive youif debtf lank wore toilet of white swlss very wack decorted with buds gfttlarlbbOB light refresW Mto weteaerod Aboat ftftj gnetto 2 o 0 aid S 5 Master s Hern- don s r s s Sweet pal ya Ices wf pcertaRS r AND s cheap for the next 30 days ROMANS i m y p J a e HARNESS i R 1iii fiiiSfiiiSfiiFiJ nj i ti it i BUGGIES CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster Kya SecondClan Nail Matter Lancaster Ky JunesG The Kentucky Baptist Association in session at Winchester last week adopted resolutions urging the to call an extra session of the to enact such laws as will the deplorable state of affairs in Breathitt county The people may grin and bear the Breathitt troubles but if there is danger of an extra of the Kentucky Legislature they will take up arms sure Breathitt troubles are not a patching to a of the Kentucky law makers As predicted in last issue of this pa per the jury trying the Jackson hung one man holding out for acquittal The prisoners were sent to Lexington for safe keeping and the next trial will be held at Cynthiana As this will be In a civilized commu nity as a matter of course the cul prits will be hanged The case ought not to have been tried in Jackson in the first place A New York man is said to have returned after twentyfive years to demolish the tombstone above his supposed dead body We dont be lieve it The men up in that country are too stingy to waste a tombstone A New York man would have the date and saved it for future use Those married men who think they are up against it good and strong should think of the hubby in Wichita whose wife makes him wear tucks in the sleeves of his night gown trimmed with pink ribbon so that the baby wont know the difference when he walks the floor with it at night The people of the state are nobly to the fund to reimburse CapL Ewen for the loss of his hotel at Jackson Wonder if there are any people in those states doing so much talking about Kentucky who would help in this manner Nay nay Pau line The soldiers Breathitt county consists of one cow killed As a consequence Editor Jinn Allen is doubtless fortifying his barn to Old Brindle when the troops come to Cynthiana A Denver preacher is charging an admission fee to attend the services Put a price of ten cents admission here in Kentucky and there wouldnt be enough men at church to sing bass to the music At birth the weight of the average babys brain is threefourths of a pound Yet we know some men whose thinkshop does not tip the beam at half that notch now The one fellow who hung the Jack jury doubtless thought those elev en jurors the contrariest men he ever Theres at least one man in Breath itt county who is many dollars better off than he was two weeks ago Cats and Barns Quickly Healed Chamberlains Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment and when applied to cuts bruises and causes them to heal without maturation and much more quickly than by the usual For sale by all diuggists 1m eJ a 1903 Governor Leg- Islature relieve session session murderers cutout protect burns treatment contributing record near son saw Braises i Civilization We just hate to come across a mar or worse yet a community which is on the hog to that extent that it will take no interest in any matter of public improvement unless it brinKs dollars into its pockets Even the Sioux Indian would decorate his tepee nearly all birds will use art and in the building of the nest while thousands of socalled civilized human beings will care as little for their home surroudings as a fox in his den We have altogether too much civilization which does not civilize Ex Midsummer Cookery The Delineator for July offers a of features of interest to the department of the household Miles Bradfords entertaining paper in the Charlotta and I series An Emergency Luncheon includes some admirable suggestions for the utiliz ing of leftovers A feature of espe clal timeliness is the two pages hot weather beverages arranged on trays for serving and with the recipes for the same Fruit salads is the subject of a paper ways of serving tomatoes are in another and the preparation of toasts both plain and sweet is also explained Local Newspaper Speaking of what a newspaper does for a community United States Davia Davis of Illinois made an address that remains evergreen in the memories of newspaper men He said Every year every local newspaper gives from 500 to 5000 free lines for the benefit of the community in which it is located No other agency can or will do this The editor in proportion to his means does more for his town than any man and in all fairnessman to man he ought to besupported not because you happen to like him or his writings but because a local paper is the best investment that a community can make It may not crowded with great thought but financially it is of more benefit than preacher or teacher Today editors do more for less money than any men on earth Patronize your home pa per not as a charity but as as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are just 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 you a relish for your food For sale by all druggists 1m Dont believe all you hear you are fortunate if you can believe all you say A Serious Mistake E C DeWitt Co is the name of the firm who make the genuine Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the Witch Havel Salve that heals without a scar It is a serious mistake to use any other De Witts Witch Salve cures blind bleeding itching piles burns bruises eczema and all skin diseases Sold by F P Frisbie druggist 1m Nothing rounds out the pleasure of life like a circle of friends Kodol Give Strength by enabling the digestive organs to di gest assimilate and transform all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves feeds the tissues hardens the muscles and recuperates the or gars of the entire body Kodol Dys pepsla Cure cures Indigestion Dys pepsia Catarrh of the Stomach and all stomach disorders Sold by F P Frisbie druggist 1m i 3 I refinement number culinary portraying daintily temptI- ng given The Senator admire an Investment leav- Ing Hazel b and protruding Cemetery Workdesiring to erect memorials in the Spring their now and thus be of prompt delivery We can you any thing from a 6 Marker to A Handsome GraniteMonmnent Work and material first class Pat tTareler expense Ihe pw STANFORD STREET Th sure 1 Works cr 7 J orders furnish andrEMarblefarar N KY Kentucky Collie collie or shepherds dog an improved strain of the Scotch shepherd is set forth by a cor respondent in the Louisville Courier Journal as being a superior and dis tinct breed of collies The oldtime shepherds or collies by a careful system of breeding which has been pursued by the Kentuckians have developed into the most and useful animals in their class in the world In appearance in and in the various characteristics which make up the good dog the Scotch and Kentucky are absolutely identical In good dog sense in adapt ability in capacity to learn and other phases the Kentucky dog is far ahead of his Scottish His pedigree is not a matter of in professional kennels he appears for exhibition in bench but be takes care of his masters cat tie and masters house and family He keeps the children from fighting keeps peace among smaller dogs and among human rarely permits a blow to be in his presence The KentucKy collie is large and im mensely powerful While not of a fighting disposition and disposed to a void canine conflictsmore so probably than any other class of is a furious and fearless opponent when crowded into His punishing power is tremendous and his courage equals that of a bull These dogs makes admirable pets As watchdogs they are perfect They are easily taught not to eat away from home thus avoiding the danger of They readily learn to go to the grocers or to the butchers and bring home parcels or to take and bring and notes to or from those friends of the master or mistress whom he knows Taking him as a whole there is no dog in existence so far as acces sible information demonstrates that adds so many especial qualities to regular ones which we are accustomed to attribute to the entire canine race as does the Kentucky collie The collie has its highest state of development around High Bridge 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 but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can eat any thing and feel that my health is bet ter than it ever was in my life I say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia ii taken as directed MD Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie Nearly you meet has the latchstring out for unexpected hon Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place remote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation incase of accident resulting in Burns Cuts Wounds Ulcers etc Lay In a supply of Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the best on earth 25c at McBoberts 1m Blessed is the wife who is not too strenuous in managing her silent Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you If you used Dr Kings New Life Fills of suflerers have proved their merit for Sick and Nervous They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25c money back if not cured Sold by McEoberts druggist lm Armours Animal Fertilizers receiv ed Gold at Charleston f The Journal says that the explanation of the current high for big choice mutton sheep is in figures on exports of muttonissued by the Treasury Department which f shows a total exportation of 6075068 pounds of in last 8 against only 253481 pounds for the n same period last year Total exports of dressed mutton for the month of February were 215701 pounds against 43491 pounds the month The increase America te due to the shortage is tralik England is the OBly buyer of American tauttoa j I a r IThe Kentucky IntellI- gent mark- Ings In- numerous relative record slows struck dogshe action parcels thee m cannot 1 Aug everyman ors partner That 1 mutton ear frO iI f old tim S poison eat drugstore Thousands matchless Headaches 5 Medal Exposition Drovers found the mantle ease last Ana i t s t Colic Cholera and niarrhoea Remedy Is everywhere recognized as one reuiudy can always 6V depended and that is pleasant to take It is especially valuable for summer diet rhoea in children andis undoubtedly the of saving the lives of a great many children each year For sale druggists 1 m People who worry are entitled to a lot of credit they get Ladles Children Invited All ladies and children who cannot stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups cathartics etc are invited to try the famous Little Earley Risers They are different from all other pills They do not purge the system Even a double dose will nitgripe weaken or sicken many people call them the Easy W H Howell Houston Tex says nothing better can be used for constipation sick headache 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 lm No man admires a doctors generosi ty In prescribing large doses We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who liar used Greens August Flower for the cure or Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that has not been cured and we also mean their results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costly ness nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings sleeplessness in 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 cor respond with you and send you one books free of cost If you tried August Flower try a 25 bottle first We have never known of its failing If so something more is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Drug Store G G Green Woodbury N J Aug 29 Some men are born lucky and some are lucky to have been born at all This is not a gentle 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 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 are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severe Coughs Bronchitis especially for Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and morn ings there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store Aug 29 Resolutions or Respect Whereas an Allwise Providence has seen fit to remove from our midst our dear sister Mrs Elizabeth Simpson Therefore be it Resolved That we humbly bow to the will of Him things w ll knowing that whatever He sends is beat else He would not send it That we thank our Heavenly Father fOr the Christian life she lived among us and for the love and zeal she both for the church and the Ladles Aid Society and that we may strive with the help of God to imitate her virtues and emulate her earnestness and her gentleness Resolved That we extend to the grief stricken family our tenderest sympathy in their deep affliction may the loving memory she has left them in their loss and they feel the gentle influence of lion life until they shall meet her the river We commend them to and the Word of His Grace Resolved That a copy of these res olutions be sent to the family of the bereaved and the same be published in The Central Record Mrs Fleece Robinson J C Hemphill H C Kauffman Committee Resolutions of Respect Whereas It has pleased God in His divine providence to from our midst our sis ter Miss Sallie B Ray be it Resolved 1st That this church and Sunday School has sustained an loss the church has lost a faithful earnest and Godly member and the Sunday school a bright of Christian Womanhood and a devoted worker and we believe that her consecrated example will nut soon be forgotten Resolved That this church and Sunday school their heartfelt sympathy to the family praying that the comfort of Him whose smile can impart joy and happiness rest the hearts of those who have sustained this unspeakable loss and at the same time them that what is their loss is heavens eter nal Resolved 3rd That a copy of resolutions be sent to The Central Record and also a copy be to the of our Respectfully Submitted Minnie Gnlley Irene Simpson Frances Miles esolatloa ofKespeet Since God in ills infinite wisdom has en fit to call home our beloved r Ifrs Elizabeth Simpson be it resolved we humbly submit to His divine will recog the fact that the Union has lost faithful and earnest member That we extend our sincere sympathy to the family and bereaved relatives In this of their affliction slid commend to the love of theFa tberwho no mistakes who do eth all things well order of June 13 1903 Committee Mra May Patterson Lad Mtag Aaaad VIta never 4 serious Stormes CautlOD wordbut treatment Croupand who doeth all console way beyond I remove Irreparable example III p Therefore iCmakeS tb 1JMlIIOL r the that upon means ball never and Pill t anted our sho- ed I may these sent sis true Done Union oft w s r Your house Painting Outside t Papering Inside Let us furnish the material needs s 9ERTS DRUG I STORE I Our display this season surpasses anything we have over at tempted to show The in tie VeMcle Line Our experience ol over 20 years knowing what to buy and V how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO jO Successors to Bruce Bright O Danville Kentucky v We want to sell you your INTJL Over Two Hnndrd Now lu I I Very Latest Novelties X i0 0 0 2 took 1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 00000000000000000000004 Q 6 0 OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION I VERI C LH S I II YOUR OCy00tl00 40CX OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE o A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line PrlslDies Drug1 Store The Fox Studio OUR AIM We aim for your satisfaction We hit the mark by making satisfactory pictures we put into them the accuracy of our aim the certainty of our knowledge we are sure you will be satisfied Not cheap pictures 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 Studio Q I I i I OQOpppppppOdOpO0O0Op00000000000 Because Dentists Office oils store Danville at Spring Opening of Wall Paper We arc receiving daily some of the handsomest that have ever been shown in Danville many of which were imported The prices ran e 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 the of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting promptly by com petent 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 300 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY Tenth Exhibition of The KirlsTille Stock Fair Association To be held in Arbuckles woods near Fair Ground on Friday and Saturday July 17 and IS 1903 First Day 1 Best Homemade 5 00 2 Host 211 Butter 500 3 Best linked Ham f to 4 vest Loaf Salt rising Bread 5 Best Plate Beaten Biscuit 500- C Best Two Bottles Home made Wine 10 00 7 Best Gallon Ice Cream S Best Gallon of 5 CO 9 Best White Cake 500 10 Best Sponge Coke 11 Best Chocolate Cake 500 12 Best White Fruit Cake 13 Best Black Cake 1000 HARNESS HORSES 14 Best Stallion one year and under two 00 15 Ilest Stallion two years and under three 10 00 1C Best Harness Stallion three years and under four 25 0 17 Best Stallion four years and over IS Best Colt regardless of sex under ono year to second i0 to third SADDLE HORSES 19 Best Mare or Gelding one year and under two 10 00 20 Best Mare or Gelding two years and under three 1000 21 Best Mare or Gelding three years and nnderfour 20 00 22 Best Walking Mare or Gelding any age 15 CO 23 Best Rockaway Mare or Gelding shown to Rockaway 10 00 24 Best Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 100 00 SPEED RING 25 Fastest mare or gelding to be driven five or more times around the ring 15 to first 10 to econd 25 00 ROADSTER RING 20 Best Mare or Gelding any age 35 to first li to second 27 Best Boy Rider uudertwelveyears saddle value 10 00 28 Worst Turnout 1003 29 Best Combined Mare or Gelding any ago 2VOO- SO Best Lady Rldurhin painted Choco late Set value 25 00 Second Day31 Colt 1000 32 Best Mule one year and under two 10 Best Mule two years and under three 10 00 31 Best Pair of Mules three yearsliud under tour 10 00 35 Best Mule any age 10 00- 3fi Best Mareand Colt 10 0 SADDLE HORSES 37 Best Mare or Geldlu fours years and over 33 Best Walking Mare hgany age HARNESS HORSES Pair matched Marcs or Geldings 25 40 Best Harness Mare four years and over 25 41 Best Harness Gelding four years and over 25 f 42 MnleRace 15 43 Best Double team regardless sex col or or ownership 25 41 Best Mare or Gelding one year or un der two 10 45 Best Mare or Gelding two years and under three 10 45 Best Mare or Gelding three years and under four 20 47 Best Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 100 50 to first 30 to second 20 to third 4S BestModel Stallion Mare or Shown to Halter 10 49 Fancy Turnout Ten Set Value 25 50 Best Stallion Mare or Gelding Walk Trot and Canter 25 51 Best Mare or Gelding any age 50 PRICES OE ADMISSION Each person twelve years and over cents Children between six and twelve yea old 25 cents Children nnder six old i charge No charge for vehicles must be procured no mon received at the correspondence directed to W TEVIS Secretary Klrksvlllo will beprompt attended to TJ CURTIS President J B Assl Secty yt W S EZIE FAU1S r jBeaz1y ocr Thomp I I I I Papers 00 5 OIJ crt 00 1i 25 00 100 00 to first ro 00 2 Oi or Geld 25 Best Gelding Tickets gate- AU W T VISSecty WALKER G C Faris sIL Cheese 5 5 fro 50 tin Best Mule now Stallion 0 t9 old years g s v e- Nr 4- R mif I want to sing a Song O I want to sing it Long O I know it cant be Wrong O To sing a snappy Sorig O Chorus j I wish Id bought a Piano I want to buy a Plano Im goin to buy a Piano A slick lightrunning Piano A Piano A Piano O hohohohoho Its all about a Piano For facts they are so Plain O It cuts just like a Plane O The slick lightrunning Piano It cuts the farmers Wheat O Its rivals are dead Beat O It cuts them off their Feet O Twas made to cut the Wheat O Oho it whacked the Grass O Grinned the farmer I should Sasso You others neednt Sass O The Piano cuts my Grass O You agents are so tough O Weve called your little Bluff O You have to yell enough O The Piano is the Stuff O for the best most catchy for the J y t6Central befre rij ffyth KE Pottle Lgo cili ml f 07 o 2 00 0 c OJ ii y1z i k- o o o coo xaonoof f music above Send Record a DD p 00 0 t Wheat Cutters Buy your machine oil of me Your machine will run so much lighter Why Because it is the best SJULPJULPJUie H NL BALLOU PERSONALS Mrs T S Elkin attended the contest in Stanford Shelby Tribble of Richmond was here Friday Ernest G Brown of Louisville was at home Sunday Bruce Lawson of Lancaster was in Stanford Sunday Jerry Donahue is at home from Gcthsemani College Miss Bertha Burnside visited Paint Lick Saturday and Sunday Miss Louise is the guest of relatives in Hustonville J Herbert Kmnaird who has been working insurance is at home Charlie Walker spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs Lewis Walker has been visiting her sister Mrs McDowell of Irvine Miss Helen Ballou of Stanford is the guest of Mr and Mrs H M Ballou Mr Joe Wortham and little daughter Jesse were visiting relatives in Miss Christine Bradley of Louisville is the charming guest of Mrs Juliette Rogers Dr WS Beazley has returned from a trip to the mountains about restored to health Mrs R E McRoberts has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Covington Miss Sallie Elkin has returned from a protracted visit to relatives in At lanta Ga Miss Nell Anderson of Indianoplis has been visiting her mother Mrs Susan Anderson MrsJ W Sweeney and baby Mrs Rice and son Littleton to Cynthiana Saturday Mrs William Burnside of Barbour ville is visiting her parents Squire W HKinnaird and wife rO I I 1r1flS1l1S1Slr 3 g e e l 1 I 0 I 0 0 0 Kauffman Richmond accompanied I Miss Nell Dillon pas returned home after spending a few weeks with in Versailles Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington is expected this week to visit Mrs Banks Hudson avenue Miss Margaret Jones of Paducah is expected to visit Miss Ethel Dunn avenue Miss Ada Dickerson who has been the guest of Miss Cordie Hamilton has returned to Nicbolasville Advocate Mr W 0 Rigney a prominent banker of Lancaster was in Danville yesterday on business Mrs Jesse Arnold who has been vis itingher mother Mrs Ell ie Bettis has returned to her home in Lexington Mr and Mrs John Donahue and little daughter Miss Annie are at home a two weeks visit to friends in Mr George H Bruce of Danville and Mr W Gray Chicago were visiting their parents Judge and Mrs Eph Brown Somerset Journal Prof E N Todd was in Somerset on a short visit last week having recovered from his illness Miss Lena Palmer of Kirks ville Miss Lillian Anderson and Mrs Ander son of Danville have beed visiting Mrs Emma Higginbotham Harrodsburg Democrat M i s s e s Carrie Curry Hemphill of Lancaster were the pleasant guests of Mrs Lee Curry this week Mrs W S Beazley Miss Cora Ward Dr Chris Farris Messrs Louis Hern don and Ware McRoberts attended the contest at Stanford Friday eve ningLexington Leader Mrs Franklin Bacon and children of Kansas City are guests of Mrs Edmund Bacon and will go to Lancaster to visit Mrs Bac ons parents Miss M A Stephens is at home spend ing her vacation at her mothers Mrs A B Brown She has peen a teacher in the D D Institute for thirty eight Jessamine George Beal er returned from Lancaster Monday where he has been holding a meeting Father Bealer is well pleased with the Garrard capital Middlesboro Herald W J Kinnaird arrived this week from northern points in the state where he has been writ ing a nice business for the Equitable Life Insurance Co He will be in this vicinity for the next ten days looking after the companys Interest Mrs A H Rice and the attractive Miss Bonner who have been guests of the family of Mr H A B Marksbury leave today for their home in Nash villa They were accompanied by Mrs Louis Landram who will make several weeks visit Miss Ruth Bourne and Mr Frank Bourne attended the wedding of Mr Thomas Underwood and Miss Emma Culton which occurred in Parksville Wednesday at the home of the bride The groom will be remembered many friends as he was once a resi dent Stanford Carrie Currey and Theo Hemphill two of Lancasters handsome young women here Wednesday returning from Danville Mr L L Walker and wife of Lancaster were here yesterday Hon W I Williams of Lancaster on legal business Middleaboro Herald Henry Sandi fer of Covington came down from Altamont Friday evening to attend the dance and visit his old friends for several days Henry holds a very responsible position with The Union Savings Bank and Trust Co atCin cinnati His Lancaster friends are glad to hear from DaYa today Brown of and Theo sears NewsRev hereby JournalMisses friends Danville Richmond Danville after Louisville recent C were where a Have to Hnatle A farmers life is nota happy one these days said a broad shouldered tiller of the soil who a nice broad acres to the Harrodsburg Dem ocrat You like this he replied to the assertion of pencil ite that it seemed to be a pleasant oc cupation to own a large farm we cant get help and as a result It is a of up at 3 oclock In the morning in order to get through all our work by 9 oclock In the evening Many farmers are paying as high as 830 a month and keep for help while others are unable to secure a hired man at any price Wages were never so high in this part of the country and never so scarce as at the present tine Even if we are able to pay the price the chances of securing help are small The cows have to be milked and so it is up to the owners to make slaves of themselves in order to keep up with the demands of the farm It is work work work from early morning until late at night Prominent Drag Maaa Guarantee The names that appear at the of this advertisement are the that sell and guarantee Mar sees Cholera Remedy These gentle men need no endorsement in their own locality as all of them are business men and drug men who have been successful In their own affairs and who merit the respect and esteem of the communities in which they But before in any stock medicine one should look carefully into the personal of agement and this Iparticularly invite in the most searching manner F P Frisbie of Lancaster Ky is now selling Marsees Cholera Remedy and is a drug man of practical and successful experience in the drug and to him largely is due the reputation that the community enjoys as being the owner of the neatest most complete equipped and econom ically managed drug store of any in the town Marsees Cholera Remedy is not sowed broadcast up and down In the land neither peddled but the above plan through drug men alone Remember that you certainly can lose nothing by trying Marsees Chole RemedyI that my remedy will do all I claim for it that I am will ing in every instance to sell it under a guarantee to cure or refund your money all I ask is that you follow the directions closely and give the remedy a fair trial These gentlemen deserve your pat ronagefor they show theirprogressive ness in always striving to give you the best medicine for your animals- F P Frisbie Lancaster Ky Shug arsDinwiddie Bradfordsville Ky and W B McRoberts Stanford Ky June 263t JONAH MARSEB For Circuit Clerk are authorized to announce J W as a candidate for nomination for the office t Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to give you the Best Carnage REPAIRING we have ever done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work Romans I I owns see men bottom representative reside investing the mry business advocates We Hamilton 2 I o 2 W J lot of ills the case gentlemen 000000 9 0 alb 1D and Q m A 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 some elegant Heavy Winter Goods which going REGARDLESS OF COST and you can save many dollars by buying now and keeping them over Remember we are going to quit business thee goods MUST go iHl m BIG BARGAIN 1 rje w i are and F AC t i Business Chicken feed all kinds cheap Potts Bros 22tf Ingersoll watches 1 Thompson the Jeweler 12 Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf W E Moss has a yoke of 1200 Ib ox en for sale 2t New stock of brooches 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 Farmer Bolted or unbolted meal exchanged for corn in the ear Potts Bros ju5tf 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 Wanted 100000 bushels of wheat C C Glass Bro Camp Nelson Ky 6193t Farmers bring us your grain and get a good turnout of the best flour and meal on the market Potts Bros 22tf Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf I have taken charge of the Nicho lasville stage line and will give attention to all business Leave orders at Elkins meat store I P Thompson m5 tf Cedar For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price 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 Rinckles 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 is splendid a24tf Notice to Uoudholder The following bonds of the Lancas ter Graded School will be redeemed July After that time interest will cease until paid Anyone hold lug 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 Kmnaird Secty 4t WHerndon Prs Examination Examination forcolcred teachers will be held Friday and Saturday June 2627 Examinatio n for students who to try for the scholarship at State College Lexington Ky will be held June 25th 1903 This examination is competitive and is open to all appli cants between 14 and 20 years of age All three examinations will be held at County Supts office The Garrard County Institute for White Teachers will at the Court House July 1317 1903 All Teachers are required to attend un less excused from attending by the County Superintendent otherwise their certificates will be revoked tt Walker Co Supt Beautify your yard with an iron fence or gate Lowest estimate on all work J C Thompson agent for best and low est picket fence 12 We put our Flour Meal and Graham in 6 12 24 and 48 Ib packages paper cotton or twill goods Best Goods in best package Potts Bros 22tf I and Bargains In enamal before Brosm58tf careful from 20cts Hoards 1 1903 desire be held Mrs L L Ports mane Last Hope Realized From the Sentinel Gebo Mont In the first opening of Oklahoma to tiers in 1889 the editor of this paper was among the many seekers after who made the big race one fine day in April During his traveling 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 Diarjhoea Remedy last hope A big dose was given him while he was rolling about on the ground 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 The for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this item For sale by all druggists 1m Abuse the public all you like no one considers it a personal affront WM Wasting Away The following letter from Robert R Watts of Salem Mo is instructive I have been troubled with kidney for the last five years I lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound and well C C J E Jbtormes 1m Chronic bronchial troubles and sum mer coughs can be quickly cured by Foleys Honey and Tar 1m Idle talk is always getting its work in Wine is an enemy to the buyer and- a friend to the seller Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last Such was the experience of Mrs S II Newson Decatur Ala For three years she writes I endured pain 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 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Jset fortune about as- a season disease Only 5Oc KingsNew Ill insufferable For c A Perfect Cure NBVIiPTION OUOUOLDS and Price iN For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back It fails Trial free KIDNEY DISEASES fire the most fatal of aU diseases I if Bottles i fOLEYS KIDNEY CURE fill BurutiMl s or refunded Contains remedies recognized as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and Joe I b eminent TWINE Sisal Binder Twine 12c TRWAtKHSDN III KentucKy tncky riuSatmake ltturpas aHotben H Salves the U 1IIere t D Icily iwI-t freely deatdolr has DIOGI tiwrp wet a Drill Interchange ibinDWtor- s x wot the YeetrectI grit bear fzto 4s- uu bare aiyosrcatalee ce iS er ire It teead- a it knndsmeia iaoefsa AMlMCm MIMMt MACMlHE CO t 1 r a 4 tai FLOUR FEED STORE and EXCHANGE Manufacturers 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 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 J rO 9 9 I 1f i Tr iiJROS E Cotton- Seed e 0 I I I I I I I I I I I I bjdtt Land Stock Crops The Paris News notes the sale of 20000 pounds of tobacco at 9c Silas Clover of Millersburg sold 69 lambs averaging 94 pounds at 6ic ma king 8340 and has fourteen lambs out of his 60 ewes Owing to inability to procure most of the corn raised in the eastern part of Kansas last is still standing in the fields 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 615 tf The cattle market is much lower and dragging from 3 to 3ic for good butcher stuff but the butchers dont seem to make any difference in the price of meat They sell for same price as when they gave 4J to 5 cents a poundThere is a shortage of hands and horses for the wheat harvest in Kan sasThe corn crop is very backward it places and if nIl had been planted there would have been more than an average That which was put out early looks well Get your buggy painted at W the fairs 615 tf T C Robinson E K Thomas and A Renick sold a draft from their Short Horn herds at the Chicago sale this week Renick sent some of his Rose of Sharon Thomas Marys of his own breeding and Robinson some of his Orange Blossoms The lot consisted of 51 head and brought an average price of 200 Mr Robinson sold a cow for 615 which was the highest price obtained at the sale nez thirty days Romans 615 tf Buyers are beginning to catch lambs and they claim them for better than heretofore they are averaging from 75 to 90 pounds already I farmhands summer in buggies r t The hemp crop Is very uneven and very thin in placessome thick enough to make a good crop and some very thin and will grow too coarse but will make good seed some knee high and just coming up Parts of few fields had to be sown over For the next days we will bargains on our buggies in our stock komans Elmore 615 tf A well informed buyer states that eastern Pennsylvania will send out obout 200000 steers this year The high price of cattle last year the tobacco growers of that to put in feeders and as they the manure and feed much stuff that has little cash value they let the cattle go cheap much below Chicago pricesThe wheat crop looks exceedingly well in places where not pastured short and thin where pastured Some expect to commence harvesting next weekOn the thirtyseven acres of ground devoted to live stock in the Live Stock Department at the Worlds Fair at St Louis are being built 2 800 stalls Two thousand four of these are open stalls five by ten feet The remaining four are box stalls ten by ten feet In addition four octagonal dairy barns will provide 140 open stalls and 28 box stallsCol T P Embry of Danville has just returned from Albany Ga where he disposed of 150 mules averaging 160 a piece The entire sale amount ed to about 25000 Some of the ani mals were purchased in this county and some in Madison county ton Leader You had better get our prices on harness you to save money Ro mans and Elmore 615 tf Letton Bros of Paris sold their wool to Spears Sons at 21 cents They also sold to McIntyre McClin tock 150 lambs at 5ic for June ry Peel Dodson bought the fol lowing crops of tobacco Vol W Fer guson 12000 pounds atefc William Walsh 10000 pounds at Sic Grant Galloway 7000 pounds at 5c Leach I g e II tat encouraged section value but hundred hundred i Lexi 3t 3c deliY T000 at Tq ParlB News Leading tobaccq nliuilyrs In VifyM the nruspfctnf a cropJi that are unuer lain Save buggy by rubber put on J Romans best tires used Only the tf The hay meadows will be very com mon in most places and very high an other year Some meadows not worth cutting and others very thin a few good ones of timothy but the clover meadows as a general thing are very good but scarce Judge J C Hemphill sold to Jesse Fox 7 shoats for 25 Tea Years IB Bed R A Gray J P Oakvill Ind writes For ten years I was confined to my bed with disease of my kidneys It was 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 If things fail to come your way go around an I head them off The bean native of Egypt Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quanity is constantly coming in declaring Dr Kings New Discovery ti n Coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFar land Bentorville Va serves as 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 100 1m After a mighty truth has prevailed men call it fate LOWELL Miss Lucy Henderson is very sick Wm Hurt sold a calf to John Smith for 600 Mrs Bettie Brown who has been vei y sick is improving Miss Mattie Stewart of Artemus is visiting Miss Ida Hurt Mr G B Swinebroad was here week writing insurance Mrs Jennie Brown was called to the bedsl le of her sister Mrs Lewis of Richmond Mrs Nannie Crook and Mrs Taylor were guests of Mr Wm Ralston and wife last week A beautiful home wedding took place here Wednesday at the homeof Mr and Mrs Jesse Parks their daugh lerMissSudie Parks and Mr Walter Smith a merchant of Jellico Tenn Huson officiating They will make their home in Jellico r f I la tat Slal are is said to be a for Consump example began It Rev s y Moore thin rain very our haying R I MALARIAAn Invisible Enemy to Health Malaria is an invisible atmospheric poison The air becomes infec ted with the gases and arising from the marshes and low lands they are taken the blood and circulated throughout the system Malaria gives no warning of its coming no effects are seen and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer iscompletely at the of this hidden foe This invisible us night and day but often the first intimation we have of its presence is a chilly creepy sensation over the body QttH nraa1no 1 t Jt 4 i Ml f 1 t blood rise to innumerable and serious troubles torpid liver enlargement of the spleen loss of and feeble digestion aor yellow carbuncles abscesses ulcers vegetableby running anddepressedanirregular LomsvnS KY March 26th 1902 For several yearn I suffered with andTever catued by Malaria fa ajatem and each summer for several year I would relapse Finallymyphysician pre acribedS S In all I took three bottles and they entirely cured me and I have been troubled since X am sure no other medicine could have given me so and immediate relief and I cannot speak too condition of his system and though he lies taken but already commences to better 93 West Market St L SHAPOIfK S complete takingSbottle f RVct t1 IY 1 1 Chills fly never one and pustular an eruptions anas are common symptoms of malaria Frequently the so impaired a lifeless condition ensues that the all human Malaria if allowed to remain in the system lays the foun other diseases that very often rpve fatalor permanently wreck health y can only be of the person loses interest in his surroundings and dationfor J workedout thatcan this is S purgesthe blood matter itpure and healthy searches out trace invisible enemy ianda that can destroy germs and microbesneutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the the medicineaccomplish S of allmorbid unhealthy poison and keepS vigorous condition that poisonous matters of kindare but are promptly expelled from the system the spring is thisfor will cause germs to multiply and Jrishthe blood andd weaken thee constitution the rer1 em reined at ofa cure and which notonl It in a noto srcumulate an opportune to the fightgin againstt the hot summer the still further un V and now more ever Malaria s e al 00 L tonicAseason will relieve you of Malaria and its reinforce and the purify and strengthen the slugblood and quicken when the appetite and digestion and all the vital rapidly recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence thiSremedy from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all f Blood and Skin Diseases free AMY ATLAMTA A fgreat vegetable f If youhave any Malarial poison write and our Physicians willf take up your case you without charge BoOk on III Its adapted to theperfectly most delicatcconstituttons symptoms us about lt ln vx t Mrs Mairgic attended yell conmietiuiHicufc Mrs Cash Fields and grand children of Illinois are visiting relatives here Miss Lillian Poor represented the county contest at Stanford last FridayMiss Alma Sneider of Nicholasville been visiting the family of H J omlinsonRev of Lancaster was among the visitors at Browns Chapel evening Miss Bessie Bolton was at home from Caldwell College where she grad uated recently A delightful Childrens Day prog ram was rendered at Browns Chapel Sunday evening Miss Sunbeam Wijds of Nicholas ville is the guest of Miss Lillian Poor and other relatives Miss Margaret Hackley of Academy has been the guest of her brother R H Hackley W H Duncan has returned from a visit to Wilmore accompanied by his cousin Miss Ruby Duncan Mrs Hoi Us Ransdall and children of Richmond who have been with rela Gives here have returned home MissOllie Hackley has returned to her home in Upper Garrard after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs G H Lane The Prohibition Alliance haschang time of its monthly meeting to the first Thursday evening in each month of Middlesboro has re turned to her home after a brief ViE it to her friends Mr and Mrs II J Tomlinson Miss Kate Flenuer of Wilmore and Miss Merrill Stratton of Nicholas ville were with friends here the first of the week Chas Scott and wife A D Sco t and wife Misses Ora Poor and Pearl Mayes attended the contest at Stan ford Friday evening NINA Mr Morris Ross sold to Alex Walker last week 10 fat hogs weighing 125 Ibs Harden bought of Sam Tay lor of Madison one nice saddle colt for 65 John Wheeler sold to Marion Coy five fat hogs last week at S545 hundredFount Land shot and wounded B Land last Sunday near Potts mill E G Creech has painted his dwell ing house which adds very much to appearanceA through our town last week and bit several head of stock and some dogs Curtis Bros bought in Lincoln last week 70 feeding hogs at 5Jc and turn ed them on their wheat Mr F M Thomas was married last week in Rockcastle county to a Miss have located near this placeMr Dave Ross of Lancaster was here last Sunday to see his aunt Ann Ross who is suffering much pain from a nail wound in her hand Aunt Ann Ross living near here is suffering great pain from sticking a nail in her hand She was in a dan gerous condition days but is better now HAMMACK OMrs Ross visited Mrs Sarah Ham mack last week Mrs A J Hammack Jr visited S Hammack Sunday Will Coner and wife Mr P Parks and wife visited Mrs Ross Sunday Miss Litba Hammack sold a sow and pigs to I C Rucker at Paint Lick for 930 Mr and Mrs Fred Payne of Crab Orchard visited Mrs S E Hammack Sunday i Mrs Koehler visited her aunt S E Hammack Saturday and Sunday Mrs C W Graves and daughter at Mr Ropgers near Point Leavell recently Litba Hammack sold a horse to Gillispie for 4000 also bought two bogs from Gillispie for 11 The colored folks had quite a entertainment and was well attended at the colored church in Flatwoods Eph Hammack of Cartersville was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday and attendedchurch at Good Hope Sunday Mr Sampson Archer and wife has been in Wllliamsburg and Jellico vis iting their children and and other relatives last week PLATWOODS Flank Gross sold 19 hogs to J C Fox for 4750 Will Lawson and wife visited atEb Cooks Sunday W H Furr sold 18 lambs and Sold sheep to J L McCarley for 9045 Elder A J Murrell and W K Furr visited at John Merrimans Sunday Charley Napier called on Miss Lizzie Dudderar in his rubber tire buggy last Sunday v Jim Rodgers shot and killed Bud Harmons Lick church Sunday Several from this neighborhood at tended Childrens Day at Lick Sunday wilt be preaching at Lawson Snot Sunday by the paator Rev Terrlil j E i i I s ttJiRA ftp lnsonl atthe has Sunday ed the Mrs Cortez 5cSteve pert Adamsthey for several visited Owen Ledfordat t r13 VISTA l3nlt wand Odd Georgetown dangerou Fannie n Hereto Chapel In July 1ft K lee a WAtLACETOX 5 from bojJ HllCHdcd church Lick Sunday j Mrs J B Wallace his been on the sick list fur several Jays t The blackberry crop promises to be the finest for teveral years unless it is yet injured by lack of rain Miss Mary Baker who was the mat ron at Gilbert Cottage Berea during the past year is with home folk for a much needed rest DRev C M Baker and family who have been visiting here for three weeks will return to their home at Liberty Center Ohio the latter part of this week Farmers have been very busy the past few days harvesting their wheat which they report not so good as it would have been if the rain had come week or ten days sooner The Sunday School Convention for the Glade District will be held at E church here on Saturday July 11th beginning at 930 a m A fine program has been arranged composed of speakers from the various schools in the district These will be basket dinner to which all families compos ing the schools are requested to con tribute and of which every body who is a friend to Sunday school work Is cordially invited to partake A really good time is anticipated and it is hopad that hundreds will attend and enjoy it BUCKEYE Mr Lewis Ray is visiting relatives in Decatur Ill Misses Helen and Agnes Miles are guests of friends in Lawrenceburg Mr and Mrs Dickerson are re Joicing over the arrival of a little girl Miss Ida Ray of Pleasant Hill is with her grandparents Dr and Mrs Will Ray Miss Minnie Hill one of our pret tiest girls visited friends atMcCreary last week Miss Lela Ray visited Miss Mayme Kelly and attended preaching atAn tioch Sunday Miss Nanftie Arnold of Bryantsville spent last week with her sister Mrs Wesley Walker Mrs W N Grow of Pleasant Hill visited Mrs Alex Walker the latter part of last week Sanders and Walker bought of differ hogslyMrs Louisana Gulley of Lancaster and Mrs Almira Wearen of Teaters ville were the guests of Mrs Martha Anderson last week BllYANTS VILLE Mr Welsh Farlee and sister are vis iting relatives in Mercer county Dr Elliott was called to Lexington last Thursday to the bed side of his uncle Dr Philips Miss Mittie Dunn left for London last Wednesday to be the guest of her cousin Mrs Rtmsey H L Philips and Judge J A Philips ofMonticello Dr Wm Mack Elliott this week Misses Alma Schneider and Sunbeam Wilds of Nicholasville are guests of Miss Frances Tomlinson Misses Daisy Collier of Danville and Ann Hill of your city visited Mrs Taylor Burdett last week Misses Pearl Hackney and Stella Brown of London are the attractive guests of Misses Leavell and Merritt Mrs Elizabeth Burgess has returned to her home in Middleboro after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Tom linson Misses Mary and Frances Tomlinson have just returned from Middlesboro after a pleasant visit to their sister Mrs Burgess Miss Katie Moore and brother spent from Thursday until Saturday with Misses Altie and Martha Boner at Camp Nelson Rev Gordon and sister and Miss Turner of Wilmore visited friends from Saturday till Monday Rev Gor don delivered two very fine sermons Sunday It you have kidney or bladder 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 J E Storme 1m Many a man finds it easier to bluff his creditors than his wife A GREAT O tfFKH Louisville uuu Weekly Courier Journal Six Months and the Central Record For only 8800 The LOUISVILLE TIMES and COURIERJOURNAL are making an unprecedented cam palgn subscription papers Six 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