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LANCASTER KY JULY 3 1903 MVMMMM14 t i i OUJtTEENTll I 2 THE CENTRAL RECORDYEIII FRIDAY w Refrigerators Ice Boxes Ice Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice and Ice Picks A complete line of screen doors and windows We can please you i h prices and quality of goods Tongs HASELDENJR 0f Local Interest City Council meets Monday night Many farmers are threshing wheat The crop is not up to the average There are some forty Lancaster ne groes working for the L Cov Ington Baldheaded men say the flies bite harder this year than ever before They ought to know A big crowd took in the Cincinnati excursion Sunday These 150 trips are given every other Sunday The protracted meeting at the Bap tist church is drawing large crowds The sermons are excellent Go Help Noble Cause The Capt Ewen fund is growing The amount will be sent in soon See Ed Bishop or call at this office and show that you appreciate CaptEwens bravery by helping cover his loss Mr R M Campbell has been ap pointed to solicit subscriptions Gar rard county to the Endowment Fund of the J W McGarvey Bible Chair of the College of the Bible of Lexing ton I y All persons interested in the work and desirous of having a part in it are requested to see Mr Campbell The Weather Not until within the last few days have we had any hot weather The nights are still remarkably cool and a blanket has felt good most every night The corn crop is suffering as a consequence as there have been no dews Old Sol is getting on his sum mer suit however and some roasters will soon be here Fine Stable The new Arnold stable has been completed and is one of the most con venient and best in the state the ar rangement being perfect It is all of brick and metal What hay and in Namable stuff kept is stored near the front door there being no loft in rear for crap shooters whisky drinkers and others who cause most all the fires Good Move The Street Committee of the City Council has had the old plank cover ing removed from the well on Public Square a substantial platform made about eight feet therein and an equip mcnt for drawing water put in It is a good arrangement and had it been so arranged at the time of the Garrard Hotel fire that handsome structure could have been saved This is a very deep well and shouldhave always been kept ready for use Nat Clearance Sale in Ladies Shoes njuII and Slippers We have put a number of pairs in Shoes a n d Slippers that must be sold out x at about Half Price These are broken v rv We only have a few f y in each lot so first choice Dry Oood6o r r z Jots jJ and get Fi r on sale 3a sizes come early iaLgan f r a w c ti Next Sunday will be Home Mission Day at the It is desired that every member make an offering Local option carried at Crab last week but the saloon keepers having recently taken out license for another year it will be about that length of time before the town goes dry Danville Robert K Slavin son of MrB F Slavin of this county died at the home thcr on the Lancaster pike early Fri day morning HI s death resulting from tuberculosis Mr Slavin was 35 years of age and unmarried Funeral services were held this morning at the home by Dr E M Green and in Lancaster Cvmetery A rleaiant livening Notwithstanding the fapt that rain was falling in torrents many people attended the reception given at the Christian church Friday evening in honor of Rev and Mrs F M Tinder Mr Tinder has just assumed charge as pastor of the church and our people desired to extend a most cordial wel come The evening was very pleas antly spent Refreshments were serv ed by the ladies of the congregation Mr Tinder has made a most favorable impression on our people and the offi cers of his church think they made a wise move in securing him He is a most pleasant gentlemen and has made many friends A Hot Game Danrille News The Lancaster base ball team came over yesterday and crossed bats with the Danville team at the Catholic picnic at the Fair GroundsThe was exciting from start to finish and resulted in a tie at the end of the eleventh inning both ma king ten scores Both teams fought hard and it looked as though they were both eager for the fray to stop Coffey and Mclioberts composed the battery for the visitors while John filled the place for the home team Wm Mullins for the home team knocked a home run while Louis Gill did the same for the visitors T Grin stead did the umpiring Compliment For Mr Warren This following handsome compli ment in Saturdays Lexington Obser ver Hon Warren of Stanford is an announced candidate for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district and the party could not choose an abler standard bearer than this distinguished son of old Lincoln who would soon make himself felt as a leader of men in the halls of Congress and reflect credit alike upon his constituency and his State Mr Warren is a brilliant law yer a flne orator a popular gentleman and a democrat who has ever been found in the front of the firing line battling for the success of the princi ples of democracy If he is nomina ted we predict an oldtime democret ic majority in that district which for several years past has been censidered in the doubtful column A luodel County Winchester Ben ton returned Thursday from Nicholas ville where he has been holding court report of conditions in Jessamine county ought to be convincing proof that there is no lawlessness existing in the Blue Grass section of the State The grand jury was in session three days and returned five indictments one for house breaking two for carry ing consealed weapons and two for using abusive language The petit Ju ry was in session four days and tried five cases Witness claims to the a mount of only seven dollars were al lowed against the commonwealth Only two cases were continued and they were unimportant ones Only one prisoner was found in jail and he was given a one year term in the Bob Hunter the Jailer con ducts a hardware and implement store for a living and LetcherSaunders the circuit clerk Isbookkeeyer in one of the banks There is some talk of re questing the next legislature to abol the oircuitcourt in Jessamine county The Help Question We have frequently referred to the scarcity of help in Lancaster This trouble does not exist solely here Up North the matter is more serious and managers of the hotels and restaur ants there are sending here for help At Winchester last week we saw an Ohio man looking for women cooks offering as high as 5 per week to good ones There is a great demand for men and any laborer can get his own price provided he is a good hand and reliable The negroes claim they get better pay in Ohio and Indiana but if they would work as hard and as faithfully here at home as they do when away they would be worth money and certainly get more Every employer knows that it is to get men here to work at all and when they do accept nearly every fellow will go about his work In a careless dont care that makes him high at most any price All help would get more right here at home if they would as they they shirk duty and are really not worth their pay There te no need of North Tahiti te ofe elbow V i AdvocateMr of Interment Mullins and Rinearson R C DemocratJudge Ills Aft Is fat 4i v Christian church Orchard Slavin his fath penitentiary mole impossible employment manner come money work should halt their going grease Fire The Town of Paint fcicl Visited by Fire Fiend Causing Great boss The most disastrous fire in the his tory of Paint Lick visited that little city Tuesday morning almost completely wiping it off the map About 230 a m some one fire in the rear of A B Est ridges store and an alarm was quick ly raised Before sufficient assistance arrived the fire had gained so great headway that it was impossible to do anything with it In almost less time than it takes to tell it the entire building was ablaze and had set fire to the building occupied by Fish Co on the side next to railroad This was quickly enveloped in flames as was the ware house of Burnam Rucker further on In the meantime the flames had spread to the Peoples Bank building and this too was soon gutted by the fire A desperate fight was made to save the next building occupied by Moore Champ and this together with the splendid brick wall of the bank kept the flames from spreading further So rapidly did the fire spread that it was impossible to get out contents of any building and the only thing left to do was to save adjoining property The Record man visited the scene Tues day and on a rough estimate the losses are about as follows A B Est ridge general merchandise and loss 16000 insurance 9000 Fish Co drugs and merchandise on stock and building 7000 insurance 1600 Burnam Rucker stock In ware house loss 1660 fully insured Mr Burnam ware house loss 2000 no insurance Peoples Bank loss 2500 fully insured W B Thompson jewel ry shop etc loss about 200 no insu rance John Duncan the colored bar ber loss 50 to 75 no insurance The Masonic Knights of Pythias Macca bees A O U W and Odd Fellows lodges lost all their belongings only the K Ps being insured Moore Champs damage was slight as was the loss on other surrounding prop ertyThe Peoples Bank will begin at once to erect a commodious and strictly up to date building At present they are located near Veranda Hotel business as usual The magnifi cent new vault amply protected the books papers money etc so their business will proceed as usual Fish Co will rebuild at once putting up a handsome brick business house Mr Estridge has not fully decided but we suppose he will rebuild The general opinion is that the store of Estridge was robbed and the fire started to cover up tracks and as the house was burning on outside when discovered this looks reasona ble There had been no fire in that portion of the building not even a light on night before This leaves only two stores remaining in Paint Lick and the gap left presents a appearance but the people of that town believe in getting up and and will not drop back into a sleepy rut and walt for something to turn up They are made of the right kind off stuff and in a short time handsome buildings will take the place of those burned That shows what a town can do when it contains hustlers The unfortunate business menasked The Record to extend their heartiest thanks to the citizens who fought so hard to the property and that they will never forget the kindness- A very unfortunate accident befell Mrs Ike Arnold wife of the clever proprietor While carrying out some furniture she slipped and fell breaking her right leg in two places below the knee The pain has been intense but the doctors say she will soon recover The people extend much sympathy to Mrs Arnold in her afflic tionMr Rucker has been trying to a plan to put in water works at Paint Lick for the past few yearsbut like another city not a thousand miles from Lick it always ended in talk One stream of water would have saved the property if yes If but its too late now Wanted Water All Indications for finding water on Mr Carreys lot were good but the proof of the pudding is chewing the bag and the drillers failed to find any The first well struck a small flow of natural gas but subsequent drilling has amounted to nothing The last well was shot last week but did no good While the efforts of the City Council were praiseworthy it has been proven that it waste of time to drill and success ful plan Is to go to the river As in a recent issue of The Record a test case is now in the Court of to see if the town can adopt a plan to raise the needed money to put in the river system The cost ofgoing to the river Is more than can be by the limit of taxation BO disputing the taste that Lancaster is as dead as a mackerel until secured the people water point which the present Council elected was water nd they shopld leave no gtooe unturned which will se curiBg it The j tor water saw Hiftlllj e UM i9 dis- Covered loss transactI- ng dismal hustling save hotel C getup clearly a the only stated raised are t Connell progressive handsome building I Paint is Appeals waterworks Wan theprincipal upon was aid nr but get ii iittia and net as grace i rew asifleet Kr ra F t Y- 7t4 hr f i L Come in and let us dress you up so you KEEP COOL See our We can show you a great line of hot weather Shirts nice line of Cool Underwear a beautiful line of thin socks for hotweath- er See our straw hats H T Logan TkeOiePrice dtthier j I3 2 I i i Crash Suits for Roteatlier Wear f i o hill- Y H Se Will ran Again Hon G G Gilbert present from the Eight District has announced his inten tion of again making the race for Con gress W U The Loyal Legion under the man agement of Misses Olivia Sweeney and Mary Gill will celebrate the Fourth A Life time membership in theLan caster W C T U was granted to Kate A letter from Mrs Moor says that she is restored to health and will home soon She heartily the new enterprise and insists that we do not forget the small boy Interesting Meetlwt The protracted meeting at the church is drawing large congrega tions The sermons by RevMrHuey of Stanford splendid and are much enjoyed by our people The Record trusts that the Christian peo ple regardless of denomination unite in this meeting and bring about the awakening of religious matters so sad ly needed in Lancaster Interest in church matters in Lancaster are not at a fever heat we regret to and this is a splendid time for all to put their shoulder to the wheel and bring about an awakening to relig ious duty by those in the church When this is done outsiders will be attracted and led from the error of their way Services are held every night most cordial invitation is extended to all to come Laacuter am Promote The many friends of Mr A H Rice will to know that he has Just a splendid position with the American Seeding Machine Co with headquarters in Springfield Ohio He has been traveling the Hoosier Drill Co for about eight years and as all the machine companies In the country recently went into a combine It became neceawwy to reorganize the whole seeding machine business Mr Rice was asked to come to beadquarr ten and was offered the position of manager of of the four divisions of the U nited States He will have powlWy 100 traveling under him and can readily Me responsi bility of the position wl wholly well for Mr Dices ability especially so when wa about lOf other tp horn He and wife will hce ke plBg In SpriDgteHat a early date Howard will tbf road Heaay bn w ad yeti IMS JIM had representative Congressional C T return endorses Baptist now anda beglad one i e Ji ii 4D Miss Walker are say for men one the Coning does unsolicited Wen select begin and the l many tb WWSan t1Mtmars Ian tile eodI- N ItbdAt inaen ywR rIenQIIIMLr v Engineers Exciting Experience Few people realize the nerve the clearheadedness the quick thought a man must possess to become a compe tent railroad engineer and still few er persons realize the responsibility which rests upon the man in the cab the hand which pilots the monster iron horse over high trestles deep cuts and through long tunnels These en gineers meet with many exciting ad ventures and one of the most trying was experienced Monday night by clever Johnnie Clark of the L and N The englnemen on the Kay See are chalnganged at Paris By that we dont mean they are put upon the rock pile but the men are changed there daily so a new man brings No 11 to Rowland each night At the time mentioned Clark was bringing No 11 down Branch Those familiar with the road know there are two tunnels between Lan caster and Paint Lick The second one from this city is the longest and is located in a remote spot the high cuts on either side furnishing fine shelter for snakes Monday night No 11 was running at a lively clip to make up time Just as the engine emerged from the tunnel a large fell from the rocks and land ed in the cab The frightened reptile ran up the reverse lever and before Clark saw It ran on his left armqulck ly coiling about it As do all good en gineers Clark first thought of the lives of the passengers He knew a battle was on and to quit his post meant the wrecking of the train and sure death to many people so the snake just back of its head with his right hand he used his left to close the throttle reverse the en gine and turn on the emergency air The train quickly came to a stand still The fireman took to bis heels and Clark was left standing In the cab with the Immense rattler twined about bis left arm He heW feat to its head however with his right baad Being trained to thinkand act quickly he opened a guage cock with his left hand and br holding the snakes head thereunder soon scalded It to death Our Judge the strength of the reptile by its size having measured three test and six inches and having eight tattles Mr Clark took it b ek to Cincinnati where it wilt be skinned mounted aad hung in Superintendent Hoods oftce He the rattles made into a watch charw Not one Satin waaHl tateinti consider ed tbe welts of the passengers wig lM d ia so perilous a position but dark above being one of the beet eeglnem fetlM country aMiheartai wholljr te U Vale to a i M ptof Wore mOrmg r the Rowland rattlesnake crabbing readers can mba p JII ItI llci J eras ala stated sad ra rded aaiknight s e Y Yg FUNERAL DIRECTORS Anal art Cavity Brtaliiig We have the most complete line of FURNITURE aid To be found in the town Prices low The ladies of the Christian church At Hubble will give an ice cream on Saturday night July 7th Union Service Continuing during July and August of present summer the first united worship of Lancaster Congregations will be held next Sunday night July 5th 745 p M at the Memorial Metho dlst Services will be led by Rev F M Tinder assisted by other ministers Sunday night July 12th at church conducted by Dr E H Pearce Sunday night July 19th at Christian church services led by Bev C M Chumblev Announcement of future services later Heartily earnest faaternal bow can these services fail to do good Kindly insist your non churhc going friend to go with you Prepratioo of mind and heart before you BO is needful Did yon ever think of that Therein ia the secret of your Merest and eternal profit Car rThank The Peoples Bank of Paint Lick desire to thank the many kind friends who so nobly fought the ire and tried to save our property We deeply appre elate the kindness and will never for get it We are also deeply grateful to the Basks of Lancaster and Rich for thekindly offers ofassistance We are located adjoining Jeralngg Lackeys ready to yea fiieadsaad customers All toeta Mi papers are easy of accent aM fiveyovprMiBt attention t t CupM supper JSABEAZLEYCO Presbyterian devotional m now lemons 1 gore s visit oar W5 eta yKJ twsH p Cx L aS IP4jkW 1P x r Y R AND cheap for the next 3Q days ROMANS II HARNESS Ii R 8 m BUGGIS J CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poet Office in Lancaster Kya SeeondClatt Mail Matter Lancaster Ky July 3 1903 We cannot see why the automobile Is classed as a deathtrap because of so many accidents The trouble is not caused by the machines its the who try to run themwho make the trouble An automobile is a very complicated machine and it is the greatest of folly for some rich dude or numbskull to attempt to run them Some papers headline the accidents Deadly Automobiles when itshould be headed Work of a Fool or some thing to show that were trying to operate a complicated ma chine when they didnt have enough common sense to turn sausage mill The people irrespective of party af filiations are well pleased with Presi dent Roosevelts efforts to clean out the gang of rascals in the Post Office Department He is pushing the in vestigation vigorously and the heads of many prominent officials have been chopped off A dirty state of affairs has been unearthed in this and if Mi Roosevelt will not weary in welldoing he will gain praise from every lover of good government and honesty Reports come from all sections of the country telling of the burning shooting or hanging of negro rapists If those people who say this is wrong will only immagme a case in their own town bring it right down to having one of their own sisters or daughters assaulted by a negro they will change their opinion on the question The only way to fairly judge matters is by bringing them home to ones self Laboring men all over the country continue to demand more money So it goes The more a in the world the more he wants The wages of every man in the country might be doubled today and in less than six he would be kicking for more That old saying that man wants but little here a thing of the past dead sure Gov Beckham says he will put a stop to lawlessness in the State no matter what the cost may be Now Your Excellency that you have put your hand to the plow dont look back Louisville is having her electric wires put under ground If she will put a few gamblers and footpads un der ground it will prove more to the hustling citv This is not a gentle when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 the cure and treat went 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 Bronchitis Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and tugs there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been Introduced this year Regular size 75 At Stormes Drugstore Aug 29 j j numb- skulls the oecnpants Department man gets below Is I beneficial 1r I CaUoal wordbut gbs to morn r months known and for especially cents Land Stock Crops A county farmer sheared 27 sheep and got 220 pounds wool or 8 19 pounds to the sheep He sold at 18c thus realizing 150 from each sheep The tobacco crop is about set some complaint about and cut worms The usual was put out The last census gave the value of poultry the United States during the year 1899 as 136801 877 of eggs produced in the same year144 280153 Already the farmers are comparing this years weather to that of 1880 when it did not rain from April till June when some farmers planted corn three times and all three came up together It was a year when it came to corn thin ningMules are still holding their own in high prices Small mules at 90 100 medium mules 100 to 125 15 mules selling at 140 to 150 The Memphis Trotting have hung up 12000 on six trotting and pacing races to be held at their fall meeting October 2028 Wheat harvest is in full blast there will be a fair crop of that cereal New wheat will probably start Oats look well There was a fair crop of peas sown The Kansas City Star contains a long article on the Seeds Your Sends You They will bear in spection with a microscope and you will be lucky if you do not find a worm In every such congressional gift Inasmuch as everyone loves good ham and bacon and will rise up to bless a farmer of South Dakota who has discovered a method of improving on the best heretofore made Simply by sprinkling hops in the brine when bacon and hams are rut to this new benefactor the flavor of both will be greatly improved and they can be kept longer A big crop of sweet potatoes is being planted The value of shelter and comfort for cattle is demonstrated in an made by the Arizona station A herd of milk cows were exposed for three days to a cold rain at the end of which time the flow of milk had de creased just onehalf tog that the cattle properly ted It was a month before the cows gave as much milk as before the exposure Gardens are goed and peas and beans are ready for use The farmer who refuses to join the tobacco association puts himself in the attitude of a helper of the trusts have tied him and a stumbling block in the path of his brother who is working unselfishly for the oppressed tobacco growers as a whole Jlne in brother jine In A balky horse spoils a mighty good team DoverNews Mules and horses sell for a good round price cattle and hogs are in demand Kind treatment regularity of milk ing and feeding exercise a marked ef feet on the yield and quality of the dairy cow Harsh treatment irritates and disturbs the nervous system irreg afar feeding retards the natural ac tions of the digestive and assimilative organs and irregularity in milking frequently considerable of the animal and detracts more or less from its Permanent success cannot be had without neatness so the poultry must pay particular attention to this fact Unless the poultry fete are free filth and dampness J Simpson in plantI- ngs backward harvested at GSc Congressman experI- ment were sometimes active causes suffering usefulness raiser oar i d This grasshop acre raises So Bssociat pickles t g from ecsP a i aye Cemetery WorkThorn desiring to memorial iiirth Spring nould place their order now and thus ureof delivery We ftirnigli you any thing Marker io A Handsome GraniteMoriuinent Work and material guaranteed first claw Patrpnize nd wore genty and exp u er 7r tr t lr 1fh u t ilr I i 11 1 i fC 1i n j f L can a 6 r your home p L attar Q Works 1 I F 3 oY q the fowls are apt to become un healthy The injury by frosts and freezes the spring are always exaggerated and the one during the latter part ofApril was no exception to the rule Fruit was undoubtedly injured in various but not so much as at Co of Bardstown recent a representative of the Abe toire at Indianapolis 204 1200 pound distillery cattle at 8465 The cattle had been slopped at the Tom Moore distillery and were an unusually fine bunch We have the promise this year the greatest crop of wheat on record A new record was made last year in winter wheat the aggregate 411000000 bushels But the prospect i s wholly unprecedented There are two millions more acres in wheat this year than there were last and the condition of the crop is re high On the first of April condition 973 as against a year ago when a great crop was prc duced The average condition of the crop on the first of April for the last ten years has been 21 On the present acreage and condition a crop of590000000 bushels is confident ly counted on In the next two weeks the immensely valuable crop will be out of danger With a winter wheat crop amounting to 590000000 bushels an avejage yield of spring wheat will carry a grand total of produc Lion to 800000000 bushels or more The largest crop ever grown was that of last year when the aggregate reached 756629573 bushels The crop of the last ten years has barely exceeded 500000000 bushels We expected last year no less than 155000000 bushels of wheat receiving therefor about 13000000 It seems practically certain that we will have quite as much wheat to sell this year Only A Printer He is only a printer Such was the sneering remark of a leader in a circle of aristocracy codfish quality CenturyWhowas only a printer What were Prince Edward William and Nepoleon Proud to call themselves printers The Czar of Russia the crown prince of Prussia and the duke of Battenberg ters and the Emperor of China work ed in private printing office almost every day of his life William Caxton the father of English literature was a practical printer What were J P Morris N P Willis James Parker Horace Greeley Charles Dickens Jas Buckhanan Simon Cameron Schuy Printers all and practical Mark Twain Amos J Brete Hart William Dean Howells Joel Chandler Harris and Opie Reade were plain practical prin ters as were Artemii Ward VNasbv and Sut Lovingood Sen scot ot Kansas and James J Hogg exgovernor of Texas were all printers and the leader of science and philosophy In his day made it his boast that he was a tour printer In fact thousands of the most brilliant minds in this country are to be found In large cities and towns It is not every one that can be a printer brains are ab solutely necessary Catarrh the Stomach When the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that falls to digest it decays and Inflames the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and causes the glands to secret mucin instead of the natural juices of diges icon This is called Catarrh of the Stomach For I suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused by in digestion Doctors and medicine tailed to me until I used Kodol Dys pepsla Cure JHBhea im Many a man leads an honest li fe be cause doesnt relish the idea of wearing with stripes running the wrong way Tlte FoBBdatloa ofHealtlt Is the foundation bfhealth life strength Kbaol Dyg pepsia Cure is the great that enables the stomach tlyeibrgans to digest aasiHailate and transform all foods into the kind of lood nourishes thener vea aad feeds the tissues Kodol the u foundation for health Nature dots JDjfpepsi and all stomach ndorgans are cared by the we Kodol SoW by P P Frtobie IJB 5 resections geArnold tothat 78 7 onwheat average her CollCax atones Cummings Petroleum PoppelI Tex Jnire tb of rJ f S h react pr wheat were inn Plumb years benefit old byFP Frisbie hen clothes Nourishment one medic and d that save the refit sdigestive ryi YMt pvy tJ fi s lam a of H Tiila liia long been reyardod as PI e of most diinyorous and fatal dl ceases to which Infants are subject It can be cured however when properly treated All that isnecessrry istogive Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure is certain For sale by all druggists 1m Never do anything gratis today that one if likely to pay you to do For a lazy liver try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They in vigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowelsand prevent bilious attacks For by all druggistS1m An ambassador is a truthful abroad to acquire the art of dip lomatic lying Bra tally Tortured A case came to that for and unmerciful torture has per been equaled Joe Gdlobick of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheu matism and nothing relievd me though I tried everythiug known I came Electric Bitters and its ths great est medicine on earth for that A few bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Just as good Liv er and Kidney troubles and general debility Only Soc Satisfaction guar anteed bv McRoberts druggist 1m Women grow old only for want of somebody to tell them they are as young as ever 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 fermentation of food habitual costive ness nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings sleeplessness fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civi Hzed countries and we wish to cor respond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing Ifsp 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 J Aug 29 What doth it profit a man It he ma keth a three bagger and dieth at third base 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 to anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat any thing 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 lean not 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 M D Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie Words of wisdom seldom fall from the lips of the person who smokes cigarettes Night Wa Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long says Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexan dria Ind and could hardly get any sleep Ihad consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicine failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Itsabsolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bron chills and Throat and Lung Troubles Price 100 Trial bottles tree at McRoberts drug store 1 m Before marriage a man yearns for a after marriage he earns for her Bronchitis For Twenty Year Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville Ill writes I bronchitis for 20 years and never got relief until lusedFo leys Honey and Tar which is a sure cure Sold by C C 1m When your health runs down you should wind up some of your bad For years fate was after me tinously writes F A Gulledge Ver bena Ala I had a terrible of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Equally good Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at McRot erts drug store 1m Idle talk is the work of a bus tongue Sound kidneys are guards of life Make the kidneys healthy Foleys Kidney For sale by CO JE Stormes im r After marriage as careless about their looks some shoat their actions troubled with kidney com for a n I teg A Davis of lit iSferlft Iit twp of JesXidneT Care f1JtOIU JUatn 11 tomorrow tut persistent hapsnever across troubles for basted curedand Woodbury N been able find 1 Aug 50c and J I hab- Its Shown me 1 qUoreo r I women are I tIi 6 u twO CI bOt la i Jt G ii I lie some 4S sale mans light 4 tee woman had 3i EStorm e No Pity con case for I safe with some all men are TwaHsteleelilredHrr I wits plaint F but effected rs 1 9 rnLS r n es i m Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the fA Jov I material S MROBERTS DRUG STORE S oc c x OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION OOC VBIIICLBS YOUR display this season anything we have ever to show Over Two Hundred Now In Stock experience ol over 20 years knowing what to buy and how to buy will be worth soothing to you Remember we buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit j KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky We want to sell you your PA T MT OURS IS THE tar VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line FrisTDies Drug Store Fox OUR AIMWe 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 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 Sludio lOur surpasses The Very Latest NOVElties the Vehicle Line J XOur 1 i COOOOOC OOOOOO OOOOOO 1 o C o i o 4 I j The Studio I 4 attempted ill 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0 0Q 0Q 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 aOc 000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000 O v i v a HUUBY Dentists I Office ons store Danville st of Wall Paper We arc some of the handsomest Wall Pa pets 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 the of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting work done 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 306 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY Tenth Exhibition of The Kirlmille Stock Fair Association To be held in Arbuckles woods near Fall Ground on Friday and Saturday July 17 and IS 1903 First Day 1 Best Homemade Cheese i 5 CO 2 Best 2lb Batter 3 Kaked Ham r 0 4 cst Loaf Salt rising Bread I 00 Lest Plate Jleaten iMseiiit 500 6 Best Two Bottles Home made Wine 10 00 Best Gallon Ice Cream 500 8 Best Gallon of Shcrbert 9 Best White Cake r 00 10 IlcSt Sponge Cake f do 11 fleet Chocolate Cake r 0 12 Best White Fruit Cuke jv o 13 Best Black Cake 10 DO HARNESS HORSES II Best Stallion one year anil under two It 00 15 Best Stallion two years and under three 10 00 10 Best Harness Stallion three years and under lour a oo 17 Best Stallion four years and over 00 IS Best Colt regardless of sex under one year 50to first SOto second JO to third SADDLE HORSES under two 10 00 20 Best Mare or Gelding two years and under o CO 21 Best Mare or Gelding three years and under four 20 00 22 Best Walking Mare or Gelding any age if 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 J5 Fastest mare or gelding to be driven live or more times aronnd the ring 15 to firt 10 to second i5 00 ROADSTER RING 2C Best Mare or Gelding any age 35 to first l to second 50 00 27 Best Boy Ulder under twelve years saddle value 10 00 28 Worst Turnout 10 29 Best Combined Mare or Gelding any age 25 00 SO Best Lady painted Choco late Set value 25 W Second Day31 Colt 1000 32 Bejt Mule one year and under two 1000 33 Best Mule two years and under three 10 00 34 Best Pair of Mules three years and 10 00 35 any age 1000 3C Best Marc and Colt 1000 SADDLE HORSES 37 Best Marc or Gelding fours years and over 2500 S3 Best Walking Stallion Mare or Geld leg any age 25 0 HARNESS HORSES S9 Best Talr matched Mares or Geldings 25 00 40 Best Harness Mare four years and over 25 00 41 Best Harness Gelding four years and over 25 00 42 Mule Race 1500 43 Best Double team regardless sex col or or ownership 25 00 44 Best Mare or Gelding one year 10 00 Best Mare or GeldIng two years and under three 4G Best Mare or Gelding three years and under four 20 00 47 Best Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 100 oo 50 to first 30 to second 20 to third 43 Stallion Mare or Gelding Shown to Halter JQ 00 49 Fancy Turnout Tea Set Value 2500 50 Best Stallion Mare or Gelding Walk Trot and Canter 25 00 51 Best Mare or Gelding any ago 5000 PRICES OE ADMISSION Each person twelve years old and over 50 cents Children between six and twelve years old Children six years old no charge No charge for vehicles jPVTickets must be procured received at the gato Ji All correspondence directed toivnv TEVIS Secretary KIrk ville promptly attended c fTEVIS Secty v WALKER l t G C IBeazley Paris r lSpringOpening I reccllD Jffi EGibbons I 00 5 O 2 Pest or one and Rider hU1I1 or two 4 1000 y W lUbe e J W w J B See 1 1ft1U5fa over Thomp 1 1 lest 7 Ito 19 Mare Gchitng year threw Bost Male ender four Best Mnle under Best Model 25 cents under a w to- T Asst 1 F t 7 c c W I C i i 2u c cO c ypn2 fit YW k I Poison Bugs and Paris Greens g01 lf t for 1i Worms N Paint House Kurfee Paint 1w J l Xfl i tiJ c r for g and Roof h Y I r P 0 S r 1 IirqjL JlN1DJt tt l J5 Ii g l gI rooooooooo poaooOOaCoooo oa oa ooe o e o m Wheat Cutters Buy your machine mo Your machine will run so much lighter Why Because it is the best BALLOU PERSONALS Senator George Farris was at home SundayProf Holley of Lexington spent a few days with friends in this city Miss Martha Kavanaugh has been visiting friends near Point Leavell Mr and MrsT E Stormes leave next week for a short stay at Lake Chatau quaDr Chris Faris was called to Kirks ville Friday to attend the funeral of a relativeMrs E ITenry and Miss Annie Austin returned from El Dorado Ark Saturday Mrs N Miller has been spending sev eral days with friends in Covington and Cincinnati Richmond Pantagraph 11 o n J Mort Roth well of Lancaster was in this city Tuesday Master Dan Elkin has returned from a visit to his grand father Col Collier in Louisville Mrs Leslie Bradshaw a n d little daughter have gone to Decatur for a visit to relatives This oflice is having a nice run on orders for engraved calling cards We can save you money on them Mrs Dave Ross has recovered from several weeks illness much to ilication of her many friends Dr T J Acton and wife of Eubanks Ky are visiting Dr Acton and wife Lexington avenue this week Mr W H Harris of Carlisle was here Sunday Mr Harris is the popular and efficient agent for the Ellen N in that cityMt Vernon Signal Miss Cell a Smith of Garrard nas been visiting family of G C Fish near Buckeye churchMr M Logan has just returned from Cincinnati where he has been replenishing the stock of the Logan Dry Goods Co Mrs Joe Robinson beautifully enter tamed Misses Roberta a n d Helena Bright of Lexington and Elizabeth Grimes Thursday evening Miss Agnes Donohue closed her bat Thursday by award ing the to Mrs JackBiatt Proceeds amounting to forty dollars Danville Advocate Mrs Baughman and Branham leazleytof Lancaster have returned f a short visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Cpomes and daughter Miss Belle andMr Potter of BowlIngGreen r I Slr1SlS oilof I I E I I o IRM Ills the Brat tenburgcontest J otln i J 5 I I t j l RQQQ QStQ AJt Rt RJt- k p p p the needlework brother m c1k e Mrs Faulconer and daughter Mis Pearl of Danville were guests of Mi Jos Faulconer Sr Miss Kote Walker who has been the guest of her niece Mrs R A Burnside will leave today for a visit to her niece Mrs McGugin at Howard O Miss Bertha Burnside will accompany her Misses Carrie Currey and Altie Marksbury and Messrs Ed Faris Saulley Hughes Branan Beaz ley Will and Sam Denny attended Miss Woods party in Stanford Thurs day evening Miss Edna Ramsey of Monticello who has been the beautiful and guest of Miss Nell Johnston returned to the Cincinnati Conserva tory of Music Sunday She is quite a favorite in Lancaster society Crab Orchard cor to Interior Jour nal Mrs E G Dick and Mr Donald Dick have returned from an extended trip at Rockford Ill Mr Alex Beaz ley and daughter Miss Mattie ofLan caster are visiting relative in this city Miss Willie Belle Burnside who has been a student at the Cincinnati Con senator of Music returned home Monday to spend her vacation She has been making marked progress in her studies and is highly complimented by her teacher Miss Christine Bradley of Louis ville has been spending several days with her cousin Mrs Juliet Rogers She is well pleased in her new home but loves Lancaster as do all natives of the dear old town Miss Bradley is dear to the hearts of our people who still look upon her and love her as a Lancaster girl Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman of Nicholasville were visitors to her pa rents in this city last week Mr D is a leading merchant of his city and an allround clever fellow In every way He showed his good taste by winning for his bride one of Garrard countys prettiest and most attractive daugh ters Miss Carrie Lee West One of the most enjoyable functions of the season was the card party given by Miss Bettie Anderson Tuesday in honor of Miss Christine of Louisville Eight or ten couples took part in the game which was most interesting from start to finish The house was tastily decorated for the and delicious refreshment were servedMr J Homer came over from Dan ville lead the local orchestra which was to play at the Christian church reception but a good piano could not be obtained and this feature was off Mr Homer is always glad to come over and play as he knows our people appreciate his offer and that they appreciate his ability as a musician Messrs Win Ward and J M Logan trustees of the Graded Schools atten ded the Teachers Association at This shows the interest they are taking in the schools sparing neither time nor expense to assist the enterprise It is seldom holders of such positions go out of their way to assist in an enterprise from which they receive no The meeting of the B B Club with Mrs Walter Beazley Thursday after noon was one of the most enjoyable in the history of this orgasization Mrs Beazley who is her ability to entertain certainly succeeded in her undertaking The house presented a most inviting ap pearance and the several guessing games were of unusual interest and pleasure to the guests Delightful were served Mrs Beazley is one of Lancasters most popular and attractive young matrons and very deservedly so The next meeting will Mrs Lewis Walker Several Lancaster people attended the party given by Miss Susan Fisher Woods at her lovely country home near Stanford Thursday evening The house was beautifully decorated and presented a most lovely appearance The pretty hostess who is one of the most lovely young women in the Blue Grass State soon convinced her guests that she was gifted in the art of enter taining and compliments have been heard from who attended Delicious served and an orchestra added to the enjoy ment of the evening Miss Woods lies been a frequent visitor city and has friends and admirers hereMiss Royston returned home extended trip through 1 DotyChris attractive evening Bradley I I occasion to declared known refreshments beheldwith Ur furthermore Lexington the remuneration for many those refreshments were tie many Annie has after the 5outh- j OF a Guttering arid Barns Pumps Filters iS iz Yf rrn SfiS Jlt i for c r 0 J 3 i i Houses For Worthy Cause The following taken from the Lex ington Heraldshould not only be read with interest by local people but should put our good citizens to work to assist in the matter The boy men tioned applied to the Lexington char ity organization for assistance The Herald says The agent of the Associated Chari ties returned yesterday morning from Louisville where she had been to take an applicant requiring constant super vision to one of the institutions there She got to the office in time to make arrangements for sending Charles Gas tineau the lame boy from Garrard county to Louisville on the 2 oclock L N train The boy will go with a letter of introduction direct to the Louisville Charity Organization Socie ty where arrangements have been made for him to stay while His limb is being fitted He will earn his board and lodging there as he has done while in Lexington by working in the woodyard When the Garrard county boy arrived Miss Taylor wrote at once to his parents and to Dr J M Acton of Lancaster to whom he referred her to substantiate his story and to see if any aid could be obtained for him in Lancaster In reply she had a very dignified and touching letter from his mother enclosing to the boy ii which she admonished him to be I good boy and as obedient to Miss as he had always been to her and a letter containing the following sen tences from Dr Acton Charles is unable to feed and clothe his family as he is totally unable to work I have known the family for years No better woman lives than Charles mother Will say this for Charlie that he Is a deserving boy Anything you might do for Charlie would be money spent in a righteous way The mother states that she has ten children living five girls and live boys On accountof the fathers health they have not been able to do anything more for Charlie but they have tried to raise him up to be truthful and honest Miss Taylors experience with the boys faithfulness since he has been here is that they have suc ceeded admirably in that As a fur ther answer to her letters MrJH Mannix of Lancaster who is here the State Educational Associ ation came into the office yesterday bringing her 25 raised at Dr Actons request by Lancaster friends and again thoroughly endorsing the boy and his family Contributions to date ars as follows Previously acknowledged 35 75 Contributions from Lancaster 25 00 Mrs Avery Winston 150 Mrs Kelly 25 Mrs John Pew Mrs George W Ranck Miss Helen C Ranck 100 Mrs George T Ross Mrs Prewitt Payne 390 Total This can not all be used for the Gar rard county boy as the appeal has been made for the two boys and the one from Lexington would have first claim on contributions from this locality At the board meeting Monday it was decided to send one of the boys at once and the other as soon as it seemed likely that the whole sum could be raised The Garrard county boy was sent first as the Association was at expense for his board Any one desiring to help in this no ble cause can leave contributions with Dr Acton and they will be properly credited aid list published in The Record Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea Abou six years ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and severe attack of diarrhoea says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas I got relief but it came back again and again and for six long years T have suffered more misery and agony than lean tell It was worse than death My hundreds of dollars for physicians prescriptions and treatment without avail Finally we moved to Bosque county our home and one day I happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrbaea Remedy with a testimonial man who had been cured by it The case was so aim ilar to my own that I conjuded to try The I could hardly realize that 1 was or believe it could bo so af ter having suffered so long but that one ibpttle of costing but a few cents For sale by all druggists vijm Some faccslbave aj app rance clock faces forexample Taylor 150 10 00 200 80 00 temporary theremedy cured 1Ile father attending husband spent present ota result was wonderful well again medicine ve striking ta wa Swings Two and Four Swing Swing lif XYflJIIJ l for c Timely Sunday morning June 14th sev eral gentlemen met on the street says the Mt Sterling Gazette The conversation was concerning the made by Nim Byrd to murder policeman Smith The general id mission was that the case was a bad one whether a conviction could be had in case Smith died was the ques tion The declaration was made man that if Byrds family would put up 10000 there would be no con viction Two men seemed to think the price was too high and expressed the opinion that with 5000 the could be accomplished One man said that cases just as bad had occurred in the town and that no ad equate punishment had followed Now the thoughtful person will ask what does this mean Can it be that any man guilty of murder can be in Montgomery county VIDED he can command 5000 Does it mean that justice right selfres pect and the life of men are commodities Does itmean that there can be found at the Mt Ster ling bar a lawyer or lawyers so as to pervert justice provided he gets enough pay Does it mean that the average jury can be swayed about by hirelings Does it mean hat perjured testimony is to out weight facts Does it mean that there lawyers here skilled and in fixing juries before testimony is heard Does it mean that our citizens who compose the ju ries are men without regard for hon jr unmindful of their duty as citi tens and in sympathy with murder We have heard of and know of the criminal record of this county in the past few years and months and hearing the are moved to ask the above ques tions for the serious consideration peopleand if possible so to change the public sentiment that there will be no suspicion that murderers will have an easy time in Montgomerybut will get what they deserve a verdict of by a jury not a hung by the neck till they are dead If laws had been executed in Breath itt county and the verdicts of had not been set aside by Governors our State would not be humiliated and disgraced as it is Shall our county become like Breathitt The people make the answer Who Remembers Vou The home paper never loses in you It chronicles your suc cSSes and your sorrows wherever you may be Those who would forget you but for the home paper are ever and anon reminded of your existence by some item in the village paper where you spent your boyhood days Others may deceive and defraud but the little home paper never forgets What do you give the editor in return for his constancysT3x Working Night And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in the health Only 25c per box Sold by McRoberts 1 m Jail About Badtl take a Little Early will cure constipation biliousness a n d liver troubles Little Early Ris different from other pills They do not gripe and break down the membranes of the stomach liver and bowels but cure by gently the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by F P 1 m We wish to call your to the fact that we are prepared to give th- eM Cairiate Faiitiu we have ever done Yon not kept out of the use of your long Call and see our Q C is 1 C frN v i o fm JftS1 Word On attempt acquittal acquitted unscrupulous are something conversation- we four guiltypronounced moband Interest you buildIng- up Riserit DeWitts a iRINO I W Rom DI I I I I I bone nil purchasable experienced era are mucous arousing Frisbee attention 2 you and R are vehicle work ry- nA AsS y nws- h w- r y a Coolness Heat and Sickness Freezers Ice i rJCdlf for Boxes I Prominent Drag Mans Guarantee The names that appear at the of this advertisement are the gen tlemen that sell and guarantee Mar sees Cholera Remedy These gentle men need no endorsement in their own locality as all of them are repre sentative 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 reside But before investing in any stock medicine one should look carefully into the personal of the min agement and this I particularly invite in the most searching manner F P Frisbie of LancBSter Ky is now selling Marsees Cholera Remedy and is a drug man of practical and successful experience in the drug bus iness 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 ronagef or they showtheir progressive ness in always striving to give you the best medicine for your animals F P Frisbie Lancaster Ky Shug ars Dlnwiddie Bradfordsville Ky and W B McRoberts Stanford Ky June 263t JONAH MARSEB I OMany a young man who leaves col ege with the intention of reforming 1 he world changes his mind and hunts up a paying job Character is bounded on the north by industry on the east by integrity nn the south by morality and on the west by sobriety Many a deluge of trouble has come of a pint flask A perfectly well man may possess an invalid better half Some people even get excited when talking about another- A wise man is so slow about giving advice as a fool is about taking it A retired bunko man says that love is not the only thing that needs the services of an expert oculist All Druggist Will Bay It Hack Diarrhoea Remedy All druggists will refund your money if you are not after using it It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails It is pleasant safe and reliable 1 m Nothing makes a bride so angry as to be told that she might have done betterIt usually tomorrow that all things are expected to hap penA man seldom exhibits his temper until after he loses it The tongue is a pump used to induce a flow of conversation Set your mind on the eggs of and you will hatch No Pain Claire The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar do not advertise this cure for consumption They do claim it will this dread complaint in advanced cases but do postively as Bert that it will cure in the earlier fails to give comfort and relief in the worst Honey and Tar Is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy Be fuse substitutes by CO JBStormes i m I i bottom advocates lout buyChamberlains satisfied n remarkable pleasure remorse 4 asa sn cure stages and never cases Foley Sold ret 8 TralBa Leave I Laataeter 544x INo2i J t8 NoR Nei1Smartt in tf Tine la elect lilt For Richmond Winchester Lulltea Frankfort cymttU Ingtoa Cincinnati etc r IIcoT Louisville a Pens Cu e ForBUniord JancUon City M Ixwl TlU Mt Labs 1 l Lenda 1 VeraaLlringeoa Cur etc l 11 Ferltfe asread sad ia I Itc pie For Btmferd sd jr y t au 11Nile lhlMnuaWl IIran t U t fy AMai ar7 pie 1kr 4y Ir C C Tinpan You and You Reeds Antirust Tin iii cii r a r for I Business Ingersoll watches 81 Thompson the Jeweler 12 Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf 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 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 Nerson Ky 6193t 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 care ful attention to all business Leave orders at Elkins meat store I P Thompson m5tf Cedar Put For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price to 5Octs They are strictly A L W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf Board 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 Ls splendid Notice to Bondholder The following bonds of the Lancas ter Graded School will be redeemed July After that time interest will cease 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 Kmnaird Secty WHerndon Prs Examination Examination for colored teachers will be and Saturday June Examinatio n for students who de sire 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 between 14 and 20 years of age The Garrard County Institute for White Teachers will be held 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 Walker Co Supt Beautify your yard with an iron fence or gate Lowest estimate on all work J C Thompson agent for best and picket fence mane 12 and Bar ains in enamal Brosm58tf from 2octs a24 U 11903 J B 4t held Friday 2627 atCounty revoked- tf LL before until holding applicants a Mrs lowest Yes You You You You Come and See i Si t for Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For eNAUMPTION OUGUS and oLD5 Price SIc 1111 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fail Trial BoWn free KIDNEY DISEASESI are the most fatalof aU diseases fOLEYS KIDNEY CURE 1st GuinittMl Rutty or refunded Contains remedies recognized as Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc a 100 R Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Connetient German American Fhenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile J KINNAIRDINSURANCE RepresentiJl Follolin CI Il Il Aema Life W Co gf Hartfol Cou eminent d aide TWINE Sisal Binder Twine 12 c IIlllKif SUN a TL yryyngyyyyyryfYiifftvm I W v JlIJJ 1 PROSFEELT STORE and a EXCHANGE I Manufacturers 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 ave PHONE 100 I e e a ti 00 0 0 Jl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 JlLULJUUUlllJUllJtltJUlJLJ t Danville fi Attorney At Life insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward PERSONALS Ed Gaines is visiting relatives in Terre Haute Ind Joe Burnside is in Louisville visiting his father Judge R A Burnside Judge Hughes is at Campbellsburg Henry county Rev Holton 0 Frank of Lexington was a visitor in Lancaster this week Hemphill left yesterday for a visit to relatives in New York City Maj B Kinnaird was in Paint Lick Tuesday looking after his insurance businessMisses Katie Simpson and Mattie Thompson left Wednesday to visit rel atives in Hustonville Wallace Withers of Stanford Sunday with a mighty pretty girl accompanying him Misses Altie and Bessie Marksbury entertained Miss Christine Bradley and Mrs Jos Faulconer Monday eve ningMrs Tinder and children left to visit her father shaw who lives in the western part of Bourbon County Eld F M Tind and son Louis leave next Tuesday for Denver to the International Christian En deavor Convention Mrs B F Hudson Misses Lizzie Hud son and Lena yesterday morning for a visit toChatauqua New York and several cities Mr John Kirkpatrick of Chicago while enroute to Knoxville spent Sunday with his cousins Mr and Mrs G M Patterson and J J Barton Miss Alice Marksbury secured the first prize a handsome cutglass per fume bottle at Andersons enter tainment Tuesday evening Dr Chris Faris won the gentlemans prize a burntwood pipe rack Mrs R 0 McLean of Nashville who has been visiting Mrs Belle Burnside will return tq her home this week She has been the recipient of many kind attentions from her many friends in the town and county Mrs J B Skinner of Nicholasville is expected this week to visit Miss Lu cretia Skinner She is the wife of Mr J B Skinner who taught school here several years ago She is now rincipal of the Jessamine Institute Mrs W B Moss of Lancaster arrived Monday evening to spend several weeks with her mother Mrs Catherine Col son W J Homer who has been en gaged as violinist at the Middlesboro Hotel will arrive tomorrow evening from Danville Middlesboro Record The phaeton belonging to Mrs Juliet Rogers became uncoupled on Danville street near The Record office Monday afternoon throwing she and Miss Maggie Tomlinson the occupants to the ground Fortunately both ladles escaped injury and the horse was caught before any damage done Miss Annie Royston who has been visiting the schools of the south this winter has just returned home She speaks in glowing terms of the of the south and how she was received in the southern clime The south is now awakening in the school 2 Re L 2 Law 0 S y Mrs M D Mac Miss Theo yesterday J N Cren attend Rigney left hospitality DAVIDSON i where Miss g interest and Miss Boystons broad educational views were gladly received She has been a teacher in the Graded School fof this place for six years and gave perfect satisfaction She resigned last year on account of her health and we glad now to have her return so improvedDanville News Messrs Curry and Burton of Lancaster spent Sunday in Danville Miss Nannie Gaines last night from a two weeks outing on the Kentucky river with a party of Shelbyvllle friends The party chartered a boat at Louisville and went up the Kentucky river to Rick man Drs Cheek and Gose elegantly entertained a few visiting physicians on last Friday evening at Gilcbers Those present were Drs Mayes Walker and Cassenburg Paint Lick Kinnaird Herring Grant and Acton Lancaster and Carpenter and Bailey of Stanford The evening was very pleasantly and profitably enjoyed The Kentucky Christian Endeavo Union has made splendid for transportation to the Convention at Denver July 9th to 13th They have exceedingly low rates and any party desiring make the trip can get advantage of the cheap fare For particulars see Rev F M Tinder pastor of the church who is stated presides Get painted at W J Romans in the fairs 615 tf McCREABV T L Yantis sold 30 fat hogs to Saunders at Sic per Ib Miss Pearl Hardin was a visitor of Mr J T Hardly and wife last week Mr S Sebastin wife and baby visited relatives in Preachersville recently Mr Earnest Bourne of Bourne is with his sister Mrs Kinnard Warner Mr Bob Smith wife and little visited Saturday and Sunday Mrs Leslie Bradshaw and daughter Irene left Sunday morning to join her husband in Ills Have Rubber Tires put on 615 tf MANSE Bogie of Point Leayell is very ill at this writing Miss Estelle Walker is in Lexington attending the Chatauqua Miss Jennie Wallace began a school on BackCreek Monday Miss Alice Henderson of your city is the attractive guest of Miss Mattie McCormackMrs Arnold nee Miss Burnside of Middlesboro has been spending several days with her parentsPapering and painting has been done on the pareonageand it is now ready for the pastor and family who are expected soon Mr Robert Slavin died at his home near Danville last Wednesday of He was reared near this place and is a brother of TB Slavin He has many friends here who greatly sympathize with his bereaved parents and relatives For the we will give bargains stock bom Elmore 616 tf ir returned arrangements International Christian John daughter Mrs Sutton buggy in timefor the fairs J Romans MrsJasper subscription Florence Consumption e t eat on our ein Order red oe our are our our d 1 s esa gear ARTISTIC MEMORIALS V If you the perch kind af monument wecoMcIem believe we you satisfaction With an tateg ritrof kill a century ld n are knowedge otUIe use li l to tl reol vit j c 5jg t of tti serve your entire construction and a OurIn stockMthe largeetinCentral of original L Mosebeitec none cheaper WM J k lE1NGTOTV A i 1 aadar e lire hiylng ilno ruins j B Hutchlns 7 hogs 47 J P Ballard sold 30 hogs to Embry Bros fur 5i5 John Rigsby bought a cow from Wm Aunt JudaMcCaw is visiting Mrs H C Cummins this week B L Lunceford sold a horse to Mr Gentry of Irvine for 65 J H Thompson bought a yearling horse from Gid for 840 Mr J F Holtzclaw visiting Mr Wm Lawrence who is very sick Mrs Bryant Ballard was visiting her daughter at Stanford last week Rev E J Terrill baptized eleven in Ceder Creek last Sunday evening John Cress bought 80 nice hogs in Bockcastle county last week for 5c Miss Lillie Gaines of Ceder Creek has been visiting her sister for a few daysMrs J F Pettus has been with Mrs Dr Pettus at Crab Orchard for some timeDuvall and Bartells sold 150 bales clover hay to B D Holtzclaw for 45c per hundred Wm Richardson and wife was visit ing their parents James Willis and family Sunday Brown Thompson bought some hogs sheep and cattle in Bockcastle first of the week Mr DM Anderson and family was visiting their mother Mrs Holtzclaw at White Oak Sunday Misses Susan Thompson and sister two of Mt Vernons most beautiful young ladies are visiting their cousins Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Mr Henry Cummins is visiting his daughter Mrs Fraly in Virginia will stop at Corbin tosee his son Mr F F Cummins and family on his re turn home WAILACETON The infant child of Leonard and wile was buried here Sun dayWm McNew and wife went to Saturday for a stay of several days Grace the little daughter of Robert Gentry and wife is real sick at this writing G A Maupin and wife visited th latters home folks near M a 1 1 o r y Springs Sunday Several parties here sold hogs to E L Woods and delivered them on the 17th ult at 5c per pound A F Caldwell a teacher of experience and ability will teach the school in town here this summer Mrs E H Yocum and son Maunce of Berea and Miss Smith of City were visiting at J A Bakers Thursday of last week Bev C M Baker and family whd have been visiting friends here four weeks returned to their home at Literty Center Ohio on the 27th ult The two Sunday schools here are to hold a union meeting at the Baptist church next Sunday at 3 oclock for the purpose of appointing committees and completing all necessary plans for the District Sunday School which is to meet at the M E church here on the following Saturday July 11th Everybody invited to the Convention In a letter received a few days ago from J M Baker of Plattsburg Mo who has been a constant reader of the Record years he said I wish some man with as much good horse sense as Landram was in Plattsburg with a paper and be would learn some one something I think We know that Mr Baker meant just what he said as he is a plain spoken farmer and we send the compliment of The Record because we too think it Is only giving honor to whom honor is PAINT LICK Miss Laura Estridge is very sick with fever The blackberry crop in this section is very promising We understand we are to have doctor to locate with us pretty soon E N Todd attended the Kentucky Educational Association in Lexington last week Mrs John Smith and daughter Eliz abeth vleited hel sister Mrs Sallie Leavell this week Misses Ella Smith and Mary Clark Engleman are visiting their aunt Mrs E W Norris in RIchmond this Miss Sallie Adams has returned home after a very pleasant visit to relatives in Barbourville and Mt Ver nonMisses Siren Anderson Fannie and Jennie Todd have returned from a to relatives in Winchester and Cyn tbiana FLATWOODS Johnson called on Miss Sallie Dudderar Sunday afternoon Charley Napier called on Miss Lizzie Dudderar Sunday afternoon Miag B ttle Thurman of Hlattsvilie is visiting Miss Gertrude Merrimah Miss Susie Merrimanof Point Lear ell k visiting Miss Myrtle Corminy this Ticinity attended the Childrens Day at Green Brier ad Sunday j 1 1 tRIUlIE YVHIR to 111 Sprinkles for 2250 Rothwell and- o Watkins Orlando considerable Washington Convention due another week vis- It a1 l ittwt yTerUl f r 32i7r i sonic sold Cress for was for Sam Several from y There sill be preaching at La right a P P J d q rveoni l JgHACK Ljtt10 JBosi Miirpliy 1m Uie malarial fever Mrs Grayson Ins gone to Rockcastle to visit other Miss Grubbs of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs Reeves Mr Davidljudderar was here making arrangements to thrash wheat Miss Margaret from Mid dletown 0 is here visiting her father Eph and Lytha Hammack took in Childrens Day at Greenbrier Sunday Miss Ada Cook visited her sister Mrs Will Lawson at Flatwood last Hammack Jr was at home this week to see his family but has return ed to Hamilton where be is at work LOWELL Jim Henderson who has been sick is able to be out Hays Metcalf is visiting friends and relatives in Virginia Mrs Sudie Smith of Jellico was at her mothers last week Miss Stewart has returned home after a pleasant visit here DJ M Metcalf has finished his founda lion for the addition to his store Mr and Mrs William Brown are in Richmond visiting their daughter Mrs McKinney Bertrand Spratt had a fine mare to get fastened in a cattle guard hurting her very badly Francis Spratt was fooling with a pistol when it exploded the ball strik ing in the thigh came out and entered the calf of his leg lodging below the knee Doctor Ramsey extracted the ball He is doing nicely at present MT HEBRON The Sunday School at this place is improving rapidly Mr Ike Duncan bought a nice buggy mare from Sam Duncan for 125 Mrs E F Scott entertained a few of her friends at her home last Thursday Miss Mayme Jennings of Jessamine is the charming guest of Mrs Alex Dean Raymond Simpson of Saturday night with Arthur Mis Alice Vanderpool was with relatives In Jessamine Sunday and Monday Mrs Lucy Montgomery sold a nice bunch of lambs to Curt Robinion at 5c per pound At the church meeting Saturday Rev J I was called as pastor for another year Mr George Rogers of Danvillespent Saturday night with his Ike Joe and Jesse Duncan Miss Leola Scott is spending several days with her friends Misses Lena and Jennie Boers near Danville Mrs S C Vanderpool and children Hattie Watts of Hanly were the guests of Mi John Vanderpool and family Saturday night Miss Edna Scott has been employed to teach the public school at Sunny side ana Miss May Scott has accepted the Locust Grove school Mrs Peggie Burdett nee Miss Peg gie Duncan and two little daughters Elma and Dllla returned to their home in Peru Ind Tuesday after several weeks stay with relatives here MARKSBURY Mrs John Simpson has been quite sick fur several days T D Chesnut bought a 4yearold horse at Danville for 13250 Arnold Is buying corn from Moore Bros at 3 per barrel Miss Mary Durham has returned from a pleasant visit to Danville Mrs Katharine Aldridge of is visiting her son H D and family Miss Mima Swope of Middleburg has been the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie Swope Henly Burnside of DanvLle has been spending several weeks with Mr A D Hughes family Miss Georgie Dunn has returned from a visit to Paint Lick relatives She was accompanied by Miss Higgins and brother Little Miss Annie Lee Durham of Bryahtsville is spending the week with her grand parents Mr and Mrs Aldridge Miss Alice returned to her home in Danville after a two week visit to her grand Mr and Mrs Cyrus Daly The Fork Sunday school will have a picnic Saturday July 4 at HIckman The Pleasant Grove Sunday school is cordially invited to attend i The doctors mistakes are buried the lawyers mistakes are hangedbut remarks an exchange an editor has to correct his Fora cool quiet vacation with de lii h i Crab Orchard Springs The colored Fellows hall has been completed and is one of best In the state The lodee is one of the strongest in the state and compos ed of the best colored men in the town and county we hare toomany bur i Iir Rothwell weekA 1 e BuckeYespent Montgomery Wills and Mlss C A Lancaster g D Dalyhas parents and the beat Is na rir cousinsM e Atari tare water try Odd the for the next afix 6ilS tfw Ni T rigs 1ZEI1 VISTA Miss Virginia King Iu visiting rela flees in Cincinnati Miss Scott visited tljo MIsse Norman iu Mercer recently Miss Lena Duncan of Wilmore i expected this week to visit relatives Miss Holtzclaw and brother of Dan ville called upon their cousin Mrs Chas Scott Sunday- J E Scott visited his brotherinlaw John Christopher near Lexington Sunday and Monday Mrs Ed Aldrich and family ot Cov ington are guests of J J Poors and other relatives Miss Margaret Hackley will leave this week for Chautauqua Scvt York where she will act as tutor Saturday and Sunday was meeting at Mt Olivet the Elder Rev Deering was present Wm Christopher and daughter the family of J B Robinson of Versailles Saturday night and Sun day Mrs Sarah Spillman is visiting rela tives In Boyle county and Sunday a birth day dinner at Mr John SpoonamoresMiss Worrel of Hammack will teach the public school at Linden dale and Miss Mary Skinner at Pol lys Bend school house RevStratton is arranging fora joint picnic of all his Sunday schools at Chalebeate Springs July 4th Sever al from here may attend The Pohibition Alliance at this place is planning picnic soon to which all prohibitionists and every one else Is invited The Alliance at Lancaster is especially urged to be present BRYANTS VILLE Dr Elliott has purchased the farm of Terry Ilagan for 814000 Mrs Winnie Holloway and little son of Wilmore are quests of her mother Mrs Mary Johnson Miss Alice Dunn left for London last Thursday to be the guest of her cousin Mrs Ramsey Mr Ed Hamilton and family of Louisville are visitors at Mr and Mrs Silas Eason this week Mrs Thomas Barr and Miss Pearl Combs of Hanly spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W D Glass Miss Mary Grimes of Marksbury was the guest J several days recently Messrs Vanarsdall and Early of Lexington visited Misses Nell Bourne and Mayme Ballard Sunday Little Misses Neura and Bertie Jen nings of Tyrone will spend sometime with their aunt Mrs Ilaselden W J Woofolk and wife of spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents W J Hogan and wife Mr and Mrs Ebb Sagerser and Miss Annie V Jennings of Danville visit ed their aunt Mrs A S Haselden Sun day Misses Annie Lee and Margaret Woolfolk and Leila Tucker of Lex ington arrived Friday to spend sever al weeks with their grand parents Mr W J Hogan and wife You had better get our prices on harness you want to save money mans and Elmore 615 tf A GREAT OVFKR Louisville Time and Weekly Courier Journal Six Months and the Record For only ssoo The LOUISVILLE TIMES and WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL are making an unprecedented subscription papers to separate If desired As the regular price of THE TIMES for six months is 3 and that of the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 50c this offer gives 350 worth of newspapers for a dollar bill which ought to put the two papers every home in Kentucky And to show that the Central Rec ord can be just as liberal prising we have joined the combina tion and will send the Central Record for a year along with the other two for six months for 200 thus giving 400 for 200 All three to different addresses as desired Now is the time to subscribe Subscription at this office NOTICE All persons having claims against John W King lately deceased are hereby notified to prove them according Jo law and file them on or before August 151903 with me or with Jas of Lancaster Ky AH persons Indebted to said King are requested to settle with me at once Lancaster Lodge 104 family Presiding attended for a u of Mrs Cella Armstrong Lexington e I campaign offerboth six months for 1 addresses Into andenter received I Hamilton I Yilliame my Alice visited 0 Central and w attoroeis Ben King Admrof John R King F A NI i Stated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen E KlNNAIBD Secretary Louis LANDRAM Maste Spring 1903 Frtut and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape IfeF HILLiENMEYER BmB XYf r T l invited Vines a t ARE you USE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded SUN CURE CHAFING Prickly Heat Insect Bites and Stings It Cools It Soothes It Sold only in 2c SOc 100 Kettles At all good Druggists My accounts are now due and City bills must be set tied Dont wait to settle but corns at once they I must be paid r TTT1OAJLiJLiJLX1 U 1 JLLiJLi I LEWIS Y LEAVELI President ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER ICY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS ftoooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaveil J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 r 0 A DENNY President JOHN E STOKMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier Y J F Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS f Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson X Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird OSBORN MACHINERYOnly Machines not made by the Trust BINDERS w t os t aA SORE aracampn 1 f i J S ROBINSON IVice Pre 8 I493 2 o 2 0 R Asst Caslir 0 2 2O o o o o o a l d j t OOCC000 G CC G COG r 00000 0000000000000000000 000000000 Oo 0 0x a 0t0- 6j 0 00 0 ooooo o io cu ooooo ooooo ooo HEMP REAPERSA- sk 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 W F Parks Jno M Parks Sold by R M WEST LancasterKy 0 i That Smooth FinishS- o much desired by all Tor their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for your 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