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CENTRAL RECORDfOUJtTEEXTJr YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 10 1903 THEf MUMau lsa- L v 7 i ar I 1G r t Refrigerators Boxes Ice Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Ice Tongs and Ice Picks A complete line of screen doors and windows We can please you n quality of goods tee I i prices I and JI1HAELDE Of Local Interests 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun day See statement of Peoples Bank in this issue The weather has been hotern blue blazes Lancaster was as quiet as a country trove yard on the Fourth The hoodlums have learned to be have on the Cincinnati excursions Water is in sight So is an improve ment in Lancaster business affairs As waterworks grow nearer a reali ty the moss can be seen slipping off old Lancasters back fc Even in this late day you occasion ally run upon a fool who asks Is it hot enough for you Remember its a firstclass traingood order and lots of attractions in the city which you get the benefit of Sun day for only A young lady asked a certain boy if he was fond of sweet peas No I never cats em nor beans either was the reply The little boys baseball team of Danville came over and played game with the home urchins Lancas ter winning by three scores Water is again in sight and the prospects are brighter than ever When the system is put in old Lan caster will awaken and come to the front The colored people were out in large numbers Saturday to attend the pic nic The Reentown band furnished the music and there was a big dance at night Mr A W Bright was here Tuesday advertising the big Danville Fair which will be one of the leaders in the state this year Mr Bright is aplcas ant gentleman and a hustler This office has just printed a cart load of tickets for the Crab Orchard Fair We also made the ribbon badges for officers The fair lasts four days this year and good money is being hung up in premiums Around the World The first message to Gov in the Philippines over the Pacific cable was sent by President Roosevelt from Oyster Bay at 1050 oclock Saturday night and Gov Tafts reply was re ceived at 1119 oclock The Presi dent started a message around the world to Clarence Mackay at 1123 oclock Twelve minutes elapsed time was required in the transmission of the latter message Mr Mackays answer was sent in nine and a hall minutes 150 Lancaster agood Taft r Wi IIW iJUII 1W1Itf11A JiJlLIIN JJ- LI I GloaranGo Sale Our Summer Clearance Sale is now on Reduction in every line Come and see how cheap you can buy i Logan Dry Goods Go SSS 1 C a On account of the conditions now existing in Lancaster the County In stitute which was to convene on Mon day July 13 is postponed subject to call Mrs Walker Rev left Tuesday for Denver He will not be here next Sunday but will fill his pulpit Sunday the 19th He goes to Denver to the meeting of the Christian Eadeavor Refreshment During July and August the W C T U will serve refreshments in the Park every Thursday evening from G to 10 oclock Cream and cake or sherbert and cake 15c Come help a noble cause C O Fair Catalogues The Crab Orchard Fair catalogues are out the work of the Interior job rooms The Journal office which is one of the best equipped in the state has a well merited reputa tion for splendid work ittarried In Mlddlesboro A letter was received by Mr Clay Hamilton announcing the marriage of his sister IIallieto Mr Wm 0 Dun lap in Middlesboro Satuiday Mr and Mrs Dunlap left immediately for Virginia where he is engaged In Died at Nineva lud The death of a bright youth occurred at Nineva age 22 years a moral and upright young man was almost through school and was preparing him self for the practice of law He was the son of 0 A Land and grandson of Nineva Ind Suucluy Night The union meeting will be held in the Presbyterian church Sunday night Dr E H Pearce will preach the ser mon As stated elsewhere these meetings meet the approval of a great majority of our people and much good will be accomplished To Investigate Councilman J A Beazley and City Attorney Swinebroad left Wednesday a m for Bloomington Ind and oth er points where the company now ne gotiating has done similar work They will report back to the Council as soon as they return This is a wise move Phones Advocate Mr W R Bastin an of the Bastin Telephone Com pany of Lancaster is in Danville making several improvements in the system here A number of new phones will be put in and the service will be materially strengthened He will be in the city four or five days Nothing Doing Danville Advocate Judge Mike Saufley of Stanford was in town this morning and on being interviewed by an ADVOCATE reporter as to when the Judicial muddle would be settled by the State Committee he replied I do not know in fact I know no more news concerning the matter than is common to everybody No Water at Nlcholagvllle A special fromNicholasville says the Roy Lumber Company and the Wheel Company have suspended operations because the water supply has been cut off Sixty men are thrown out of employment No rain has fallen since April Hemp and to bacco are ruined and stock is suffer ing for water Lancaster Lady Harrodsburg Herald Miss Mattie Tuesday evening of flux at the home of her mother on addition She was in the 46th year of her age and was a conscien tious member of the Baptist church Funeral services conducted by Rev W M Wood were held at the home last night at 9 oclock and the remains were taken to Lancaster this morning for interment Bob Jennings Buys Mr R L Jennings has purchased the interest of his partner Mr T M Lack ey at Paint Lick Mr Lackey returned from Texas but soon found his health would not permit his remaining in Kentucky and is forced to return to the West He is a fine businessman and it is regretted that lie is unable to remain in this section but health must be considered before everything else Mr Jennings is a hustler and will keep his store right up at the head of the procession Kind Word For Record The Lexington Democrat and Stan ford Interior Journal have printed pictures of the editor of this paper and his better ninetenths adding the following deeply appreciated words Mr Landram is Chairman of the Ex ecutive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association which meets inLex ington this month He Is editor of the Central Record of Lancaster the only truly independent paper In the United States Mr Landram plays no favorites politically and is for the man and the ticket which be thinks will bring the greatest good to the greatest number He is fine writer a most companionable gentleman and a friend that sticketh closer than a brother His accomplished wife who was Marksbury both as bookkeeper and society editor and is to him Mr Lan dram is a son of that distinguished Federal soldier the late GenW J Landram NOTICE I L F TInder attend business Standard Former Jackman died recently a t L tji r c i L Bi Journal New electrician Highland aMiss assis shim invaluable Several Addition The protracted meeting at Bap tist church has been and interest awakened among the members Several have united with the church Mr Huevs sermons have been highly complimented He isone of the best preachers in the state and I an earnest worker No Small Pox in Town The Record is authorized by those in authority to say positively that there is no small pox in Lancaster Three cases were found on the Chute some days ago but they were quickly sent five miles in the country to a pest house As stated above we are au thorized to state positively that no small pox exists in Lancaster As there was apparently no danger The Record didnt intend to eyen mention it but some smart Alex having spread a false report one of the officials re quested us to give the true state of Another One OB Jo Blackburn Senators Blackburn and Lindsay of Keutucky were once traveling through the Allegheny moun tains Blackburn went into the car and returned in a few min utes looking so much depressed that Lindsay asked Whats the matter Jo Why Ive lost the better part of my baggage said Blackburn in heartbroken tones Was it stol en or did you leave it behind Worse than cork came out Bight Track The Record trusts that the City Council will not weary by the talk of the usual knockers who knock every thing and everybody They might put In pipes and run peach brandy and honey into every house in town free of charge and some would kick for gold goblets to drink from You are on the right track gentlemen youare doing exactly what ninetynine one hundredths of the people want you to do so keep your shoulder to the wheel and pay no attention to gab of knock ers The taxpayers want water and your plac is the only one that will get it Dripping Springs Open This delightfully cool and pleasant resort is now open to the public eve rything having been put in firstclass condition for the season Mr Roth well has secured his former cooks the best ones in Kentucky and has filled the larder to overflowing with every thing that is good in the eating line The tables will be kept up to the for mer standard and you can find no more pleasant or profitable place to recuperate during the hot summer days The rates are moderate the rooms neat the beds fine and the wa ter cannot be equaled anywhere For futher particulars address J M Roth well Lancaster or Crab Orchard jy10tf Unusal Divided Notwithstanding the fi r e under which the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick went last week the hustling in stitution declared its usual dividend of six per cent carried 1500 to the surplus fund and set aside 750 to add to the insurance to be used in rebuild ing Experienced banking people pro nounce this a splendid showing and it certainly speaks well for the able management of the Bank As soon as the insurance adjusters finish their work rebuilding will commence and be pushed with all rapidity The new house will be much larger the increas ing business demanding it The in stitution is no longer an experiment but an established necessity which the people are not going to do Vocal Conies The second annual Vocal Contest given under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society will be held in Lancaster the latter part of July There will be a large list of contestants from various towns in Central Kentucky and this contest promises to be the biggest of the year in Lancaster Next weeks issue of The Record will give more detailed account and an nounce exact date The efforts of the adiesof this society know no limit in a success of anything which they undertake and more than ordl nary interest is already being mani fested by them to make it even more successful and entertaining than was that of last year Remember this is strictly a VOCAL contest and not an elocutionary entertainment Wilt Result In Good The first of the Union Services were held in the Methodist church Sunday when Rev F M Tinder preached Not withstanding the disagreeable weath er a large congregation assembledand enjoyed the services It certainly shows a Christian spirit for of different denominations to meet together send up their songs and prayers with one accord When church people lay aside the silly idea that there is no church but ours the world will be more easy to bring injbo the fold Nothing is more in spiring than to see a church full of people of all denominations joining in the service with the spirit which true Christians should and nothing is abominable than the person who will attend only his church never listen to any preacher but his own nor join hand in hand with any one save a member 61 his sock Such narrow minded people not take up much space on pearly streets nor willIt take very many harps to go rooadwlUi them the largelyattended case together smoking eitherthe On without waking 2t more attraction congregations own will the x 6- J items P Z I II I in and let us dress you 2 you will 2 0 KEEP See our Snit for Hot eather ear i 10 We can show you a great line of hot weather Shirts nice line of Cool Underwear a beautiful line I of thin socks for hotweath er See hats I D T Logan J 2 I o Q 0 t t JV9f9 9f VJf 8 r i 000000 Come up so COOL j- t 1 1Crash i our straw s Tie Ore Price Clethler 1H 9 f 00000 p0p 30A000 Property Owners lookout We have it by grapevine telegraph that a list of all property owners who are permitting filth dirt and other objectionable things to remain on their premises will be given to the grand jury and indictments returned against the owners Several are quietly obtaining all needed information and something is going to drap ascertain as you are a foot high People who permit filthy prem ises should be made to pay heavy fines NOW A CERTAINTY City Council Takes Definite Steps To ward Putting In Water Works It is now a forgone conclusion that Lancaster is to have a system of wa terworks what she needs worse than any other one thing The Council careful consideration of several found a site on the Geo farm which by building a 25 foot dam for a natural lake which will hold 17000000 gallons of water and which will be easily kept filled by water from surrounding hills This is a very short distance from town and the whole plant pipes and all will more than 22500 The dam will cost about 2000 The Council ordered the sur vey made and this is now being done It is estimated that the whole plant will be in operation by within three months barring accidents of course The dam willbe 55 feet high the standing 33 feet deep The lake will cover five acres of ground The work is being done by MrFrank Shefford of the firm of Beaman Sbeflord Louisville and New Albany Ind who has had much experience in this line He repaired the dam at Bloomington Ind which holds about the same quantity of water as this will and as that is a city of 10000 people it will be readily seen that an abundance of water will always DO at hand here Now that it has been ful ly determined to put in the plant ev man woman and child in should arise and sing the longme ter doxology for we have been at a standstill property was not safe and to put it in plain words Lancaster has been Just about as dead as any town on the map but with fire pro tection and an abundant supply of water The Record looks lor business generally to and the old town to Ret a move on which will be glori to behold AH honor to her uptodate hustling Council The Springs will be able care for all who eoae to the Crab Or chard Fair tweti will be thoro sprUkled at Cr Orchard Fair itetier ll raaciiiraid Bight gentlemen after Evans notcost water LanCas- ter pickup J i 1 locations cry otis lics cited City Hotel Tip kepi bl sew b Ladies will be admitted free on First Day Crab Orchard Fair Organized Garrard county has at last organized to do her part in the effort tohaveKen tucky creditably represented at the Worlds fair in St Louis next year The Kentucky Exhibit Association has appointed the following finance Committee for the county Prof J E Mannix chairman John M Farra Sec retary Revs E L Pearce C M Chum bley F M Tinder J E Wolford Mr J E Homer S C Denny B F Hudson KInnaird Lewis Walker W Burnett Louis Landram Judge A D FordJno M Logan R G Ward J W Elmore Lancaster Richard Pettus and Squire Jack Dunn Bryantsville Wm Jones and John Brown Buckeye I Kemper Paint Lick Wm Bogle Marksbury Chas C Glass Camp Nelson Jas Spillman Buena Vista The county members of the com mittee will be furnished at once with subscription blanks and asked to help raise Garrards part of the fund A meeting of the Lancaster members of the committee will be held next Mon day night July 13th at the City chambers to divide the work subcommittees to be formed An canvass will follow Garrard led the world last year in hemp and was fourth oa wheat in Kentucky She is anxious to exploit her wares For Tobacco Growers An experienced tobacco grower of Gallatin gives the following hints to growers in a communication to the Warsaw Independent One thing should be done to make money out of the crop and that is to carefully cultivate it from now until it is cut Do not let a worm or get on the crop and keep the hoe in it and you will have high priced tobacco that the buyer will run after at a fancy price in place of a lot of nondescript stuff that nobody wants and when sold brings the lowest price and unprofitable one at that By cultivation get double the amount of money and every penny you get additional means that much clear profit Another feature we wish to call attention to is most of the top their tobacco too high and while they nave more leaves they have too grades and too much short tobacco It may be well enough to top early tobacco or that on extra good ground a trifle high but late bacco or that on weak ground had ter be low There is going to be an enormous crop of tobacco raised year lad under such ki alwayia good ketlor fine tobacco while common and tobacco can hardly led a at aay price I It allot C Ruckerand E i amon active production sucker proper You farmers to bet Jllber i1 Council many topped this there sear trash buyer JY a Graded School Notes The Board o Trustees of Lancaster Graded School after mature delibera tion selected by a unanimous vote Miss Nellie Peyton of Lexington and Miss Adele Crawford of Henderson Ky to fill the vacancies caused by the resignation of Prof Howard Sullivan and Miss Knapp West Both come highly recommended and it is believed they will give entire satisfaction Both are well educated and have had experience in teaching advanced stud entsAt a recent meeting of the trustees it was decided to adopt a uniform for daily use in the High School which shall consist of navy blue mortarboard hats and dress to cor respond This however is snbject to decision of a committee of ladies to be appointed at a future meeting This action was taken in order to prevent expensive dressidg while in school Children in the primary and interme diate grades may use the same uni form if desired If the authorities would have the deep grass in the College Campus mowed and town cows taken up for loitering upon the grounds the patrons would be very much delighted Such beautiful grounds should be kept in perfect order department FUNERAL DIRECTORS Cavity EiialiiiE BOZtEY CO Arterial IH JaA We have the most complete line of FURNITURE CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 00400 000 00 Attorney At Life insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward I R L DAVIDSON Caw 0 j and F r it r a r3i AND HARNESS J3- Jn cheap for the next 3O days r n cfdlf 1 f I BUGGIES LM 0 H r- yci 4 ylW P p- iv x f r- li a I thOMINS r rrf trlr1t IIIII CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at Man Matter Lancaster Ky July 10 1903 A Louisville distillery has adopted a new system by which whisky is made from ten to twenty years old in less than twelve hours time This is things down pretty fine truly It is about as hard to find a drink of gen uine good whisky as it is to find an honest man these days Back in the good old days they made whisky to drink now they make it to sell or properly speaking kill Only ten or twelve years ago a fellow could get a fair n i p occasionally which would make him think he owned the earth and the fullness thereof but today well a will make a man throw rocks at his greatgrand mother In other words it used to be a loving drunktoday its a drunk An idea was suggested to President Roosevelt that a law be enacted to their occupation or character This will not work for the rea son that to call some people by then real and trulyknown character what they really are would require Ian guage which could not be used in po Ute society and would knock the newspapers out of printing them as Uncle Sam would not allow the pa pers to go through the mails The easy which some people engaged in religious work ac quire with the Lord the Saviour and the Holy Ghost is a bit surprising to the average layman raised in awe of the Trinity says an ex change Yes seems as if their intangible spiritual nature prevents them from being slapped on the back by an occasional camp meet ing enthusiast Women have come to the rescue and are helping their husbands in the fields in Kansas This sounds un just but that work is not a particle more than what many of Kentucky s fait women have to do to earn a themselves and trifling hus bands The most detestable creature on earth is the man who loafs about and lives off the sweat of his wifes brow The new King of Servia sent in a rush order for a crown but the jewel ers were unable to supply it There are many people in the world who ex pect to put off until the last moment tiling an order with St Peter for a caution sure Thats what the Good Book says According to testimony brought out in some New York bankruprcy the firm of which man Littaur is a member profited to the extent of about 890000 as suit of some government contracts With that much money in his jeans however the congressman will not be punished He can and have quite a sum of pocket change left while the editors are in the city and invite the pencil pushers to witness the job The latter seeing how nice IF the work is done may then return home and advocate a hanging in their own towns an enterprise which Is sadly needed in Kentucky getting t teaspoonful fighting familiarity respectful Italmost harvest support orders proceedings Congress there buyout hangIng fJ1J iJLL1JUl Second Clar1 more soYi well knowc only for s strongly i As the result of religious excitement rowing out of a debate at Sedalia Graves county four preachers have been arrested charged with the use of abusive and improper language Its a good religion thats worth fighting for but the brand which must be cussed for is a little shy we sus pect Although only one voung woman could catch the brides bouquet yes terday says the El Dorado in speaking of a swell wedding there were nine garters worn by the bride during the ceremony and they are bound to bring about nine some of which will be The report that Bob Brown of the Louisville Times will not be able to attend the meeting of the Press Asso elation has caused the deepest regret to the newspaper boys A meeting of the Association without bighearted bigbrained Bob will be like unto a toddy minus the spirituous frumenti A fouryearold girl fell from the fourth story of a tenement house but saved by falling on a womans head This ought to knock out the old bachelors an d some married mens notion that women are The funeral directors in Louisville have increased the cost of carriages from S3 to 4 If they make their prices much the people will have to quit dying in order to penses Prince Adelbert the third son of Emperor William of Germany will visit the St Louis Worlds Fair Its a safe bet that limberger and beer have doubled in price since the report went out An Indiana man has been sued for alleged breach of promise in refusing to marry a rich girl He can be easily acquitted on the plea of insanity Land Stock Crops Apples continue promising and ber ries are abundant The clover crop in the county Is quite good and is now being v New potatoes are plentiful and gar are in good condition Hemp is doing fairly well Tobacco in most localities has made a good start and looks well The wheat is about all in the shock in the western section and the cutting is well advanced in the central and eastern sections With the exception of a few localities it will be a very light yield probably averaging about half a crop Corn has not made rapid growth owing to the cool nights but it is in goodconditlon and free from weeds This has been the best season for the production qf good lambs that dealers have experienced in ten years nearly all of them are fat fine and of good weight Most of them were bought too high for the buyers to make very much while in some the good quality of the alone saved the dealers from lossKansas is short on harvest bands to the enormous extent of 28100 Ken lucky could give employment on her farms to every idle healthful man in the State No man need in any of the country go without work if wants to work The who does not want to work should be put to work IEj1EJ1El1EJ IEJ EJI j Republican proposals foreclosed II was hardheaded higher saveex harvested ens Instances animals portion I r tie man d MONUMENTS GBAIiCIB we AIM To figure as LOW and sell as neon a grade of work as else in the business today We know we we know we are doing it as our steady increase of busl proves TO Our is our motto we supplied with latest and are prepared to you ANY loiuilty Marble Works STAXFOXD f PLEAsE cus T trg I i JtJfgfi i anyone are ness are the designs furnish servicear r STET rt J t- Jr The annual wool import record for last year shows total receipts amount ing to 166576966 pounds valued at 817711788 this price being somewhat lOTer than in the preceding year Mr Gano Stone of Miranda Ky sold a good pair of mules to Ben Myers of Mt Sterling Ky for 8400 One advantage in feeding bad little corn to the growing pigs during the summer is that they will do much on a corn diet when the time comes tofatten them in the fall as the bulky f o o d as developed large stomach capacity and they have made bone and muscle rather than fat Change the feed of your horses suffi clently often to make them relish it The harvest hands on the farm of Col Charles L Daugherty near Bow ling Green struck Mrs Daugherty a club and society woman was at home at the time but refused to the wages of the laborers When they left ails mounted the bind er and cut 20 acres of wheat before other hands were secured Col Daugh erty is one of the trustees of the Confederate Home and is assist ant adjutant general on Gen Bennett H Youngs staff The work of the State Boa d of Equalization for the year has been completed and shows that the account of taxes to be collected for the year for State and county purposes is 10969982 The taxes to be collected are due on an equalized valuation by the State board of 621939964 The total assessed valuation is 8616082582 showing a raise by the board of 857381 The State Board found it necessary to raise the local assessment in only thirtynine of the 119 counties in the State Hay making has progressed well There will be a fair crop In the section but in the central and eastern sections it will be light is generally reported to be a good cropRecord prices were paid at the China swine sale which was held at Mocy Ind The aggregate sales of the days were over 860000 for the ninetysix head that were offered The highest price paid for any one hog was that paid for Ideal Sunrise which approximated 817857 A half in Majestic Perfection was sold fir 84403 to Wilkinson Brothers of Cyn tbiana Les McCrocklinof Bardstown Ky purchased of Rapier Hayden a few days ago a 4yearold horse mule 15i hands high for 813750 Oats have headed low and will be a crop S G Williams and S T Copenhaver of Carroll county Ky purchased of Hornsby Bros of Shelby county Ky a span of mare mules 161 hands for 8380 of Ardy Crabb of Eminence three for 8500 and of Chas Ellis also of Eminence a pair of sixteen hand mules for 8350 and one for This Is not a gentle when you think bow 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 Coughs Bronchitis Croup and 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 Stormes1 Drug Store Aug 29 It is better to be slandered by some than to be praised by others Catarrh 01 the Sip When the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that tans 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 tion This is Golfed Catarrh of the years I witli the by in digestion Doctors and medicine tailed to beHefit aw until I used Kodol pepsia Cure J HRbea Coppell Tex IEEJ recently better Increase Kentucky 3 western Clover Poland two interest 120 Calloal wordbut treatment Severe iael Catarrh ot Stomach D 1 FP j r I JLJ LJLJi 6 alight seven yearo dig Stomach For suffered caused Friable i ks 6 d This has long been regarded as ono of must dangerous and fatal di teases to which infants arc subject It can be cured however when pruperly treated All that isuecessrry to give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure is certain For sale by all Ignorance may be bliss but knowl edge leaves no room for doubt For a lazy liver Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They in vigorate the liver aid the digestion regulate the bowelsand prevent bilious attacks For sale all druggists 1m A sailor isnt necessarily a pugilist because he boxes the compass Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for and unmerciful torture has per haps never been equaled Joe Goiobick of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from and nothing relievd me though I tried everythiug known I came Electric Bitters and its ths great est medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of itcompletely relieved and cured me Just as good for and Kidney troubles and general debility Only Soc Satisfaction guar anteed bv McRoberts druggist 1m A properly adjusted tongue runs slower than the mind 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 feelings sleeplessness 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 cot 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 tailing If so something more ser ious is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store G G Green Woodbury N J Aug 29 A smart fool is dangerous and an ignorant one is still more so I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have nev er been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat 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 can 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 1 Aug Truth may be eclipsed but can not be extinguished Night Wa Her Terror I would cough nearly all nightlong says Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexan dria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicine failed three 8100 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 50c and 8LOO Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store 1 m There is a period in every girls Ute when she dislikes her surname BronchitlB For Twenty Year Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville Ill writes I had bronchitis for 20 years and never got relief until Iused Fo leys Honey and Tar which is a sure cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m Your foliate is as sweet to your riv al as it is bitter to yourself No Pity Slows For years fate was after me con tlnously writes F A Gulledge Ver bena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at McRob erts drug store 1 m Woman never allows her opinions to spoil for want of being aired Sound kidneys are safe guards of life Make the kidneys healthy with Foleys Kidney Cure For sale by C C JE Stormes i m A weak man may be shamed out of anything except his The Foundation ofHealtb Nourishment is the foundation of health life strength Koapl pepsia Cure is the great medicine that enables the stomach and diges five organs to assimilate and transform all into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves and the Kodol Papa for Nature does the rest Indigestion Dyspepsia and ill disorders o f the stomach digestive organs are cured by the yKodol Sold by F P FrteWe 1 m 0 r I I druggists1m b y persistent Rheumatism a- croSS Liver curedand despondent 1 1 Dy s one and r F ClioreraIntit iim lire try i Slanted anything re weakness foods feeds tissues the foundation health nee ip- Y c fYYJt 4 n Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material if 4 rr MROBERTS ORU G STORE OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION OOOooeo I I YOUR I VEllICLESf Our display this season surpasses anything we hoes over at tempted to show Over Two HiW Now In StocK Very Latest tlie Yeliicle Lice X V Our experience ol over 20 years knowing what to buy and V V how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we V V buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit j KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO I Danville Successors to Bruce Bright Kentucky OSK S OS 8 0S 0S 0S 0S 8 Fresh Vacine Virus All kind of Disinfectants Store The 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 Easels Etc We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY The Fox Studio i e X I X C ooooooo oooo o o i 0o 0 e oi I 0 g I I f z fRI 81E DrUg I o Studio Engravings I ovE loS ill 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r p i 0 0 0400000000000000000 000000000000000 r i x A X nrb X MTR6 rDrtH Showing PoihiDiak rind Shoe Disk Drill ALL SIZES FROM 8 TO 22 DISKS OR SHOES With or SeedAttachments Grit Proof Bear r THE 1inlnferchanehle Disk orS 2000 XentwkyBe USCciJUt eason with Clearance cant Clog makes did Seed lied Stands and insures PerfeCt len good Crops Prompt Low FreiihL Cam AMEEICAN l 7 SLEDINO MACJUNE COuws ate 3gtl V S BKAZrHY Dentists lOflice overThomp oas store Danville st of Wall Paper We are receiving dally some of the handsomest Wall that have over 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 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 Kirisville Stock Fair Association To be held in A rbuckles woods near Fair Ground on Friday and Saturday July 17 and IS 1903 First Day 1 Rest Homemade Cheese 6 00 2 Best 2lb Hutter 500 3 Best Baked Hum S 0 4 est Loaf Salt rising Brand 00 5 Best Plate Beaten Biscuit 600 Rest Two Bottles Home made Wine 10 00 7 Best Gallon Ice Cream R 00 8 nest Gallon of Sherbert T CO 9 Best White Cake 500 10 Best Sponge Cake 00 11 Best Chocolate Cake 5 00 12 Best White Fruit Cake I l 13 Best Black Cuke 1000 HARNESS HORSES II Best Stnllion one year and under two It 00 15 Best Stallion two years and under three 10 00 1C Best Harness Stallion three years sad under four 2A ft 17 Best Stallion four years and over 25 00 IS Best Colt regardless of sex under one year 10000 f 50 to first W to second 20 to third SADDLE HORSES 19 Best Mare or Gelding one year nun under two 10 00 20 nest Mare or Gelding two years and under three 1000 21 Best Mure or Gelding three years and under four 20 00 22 Best Walking Mare or Gelding any age 150 23 Best Mare or Gelding shown to Ilockaway 10 00 24 Best Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age SPEED RING 25 Fastest mare or gelding to be driven five or more times around the ring 15 to first 10 to second ROADSTER RING 20 Best Mare or Gelding any age 35 to first 15 to second 50 00 27 Best Boy hider nnder twelve year saddle value 10 00 Worst Turnout 9 Best Combined Mare or Gelding any 25 00 Best Lady painted Choco late Set value 25 00 Second Day31 Best Mule Colt c 1000 ft Best Mule one year and under two 10 00- X Best Mule two years and under three 10 00 1 Best Pair of Mutes three years and four 10 00 35 age 36 Best 1000 SADDLE HORSES 37 Best Mare or Gelding fours years and over 2500- CS Best Walking Stallion Mare or Geld lung any age 25 00 HARNESS HORSES 9 Best Pair matched Mares or Geldings 25 00 40 Best Harness Mare four years 25 00 41 Best Harness Gelding four years and over 25 00 42 Mule Mace 1500 43 Best Double team regardless sex col or or ownership 25 00 44 Best Mare or Gelding one year or un der two 10 00 45 Best Mare or Gelding two years and under three 10 00 40 Best Mare or Gelding three years and under four 20 00 47 Best Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 100 00 50 to first 30 to second 20 to third 43 BestModel Stallion Mure or Gelding Shown to Halter 1000 49 Fancy Turnout Tea Set Value 50 Best Stallion Mare or Gelding Walk Trot and Canter 25 00 51 Best Mare or Gelding any age CO 00 PRICES OE ADMISSION Each person twelvejrears old and over a cents Children between six and twelve years old 25 cents Children under six years old n charge No charge for vehicles Tickets must be procured no received at the gate correspondence directed to W W TEVIS Secretary Klrkgville will be promptly attended CURTIS Preildenk f WWTKVISSecty WALKER ttit0 C PARIS T Beazley SpringOpening peupe ti L Rock 1UY 100 00 25 00 10 00 Beat any l0 00 Mareand Colt ea 00 moue xz All B Asst laris 0 Papers adjoining 1 age- D Rider hand under Mule S and- over t J f g to- T g 7 Sect IBY 00 T il Poison i for Bugs and Worms 5i Paris Green Paint House and Roof Kurfees Paint j JJffffjlll WlifJfAflll t f E P3c for l Guttering H6uses V and Barns Pumps s Filters 1 h 1J1 lfJ JffilqJJji iiJ for s Swings and Four Swing Swing iI1 j J tx 1 f Two rvL- a V for Coolness Heat and Sickness Freezers Ice Boxes l 4J c 4 for II r l Nolt s I 1ws2s For Richmond Winchester TAxing ton Erankfort Louliville Cynthia na COT Ington Cincinnati etc II Na1 For Stanford Junction City Leba on Louisville Crab Mt Livingston London Cor dhis etc For and intermediate leaD a I UOH For taI rd war stations Tram rma daily exeept B adajrt Above ia B YlMiH Ma 9atrail sta ft Il c tight rf r Rlenky ed Pu4 Tinpan Reeds Antirust Tin t AIi g gljYfiiIfijf for You and You Mr Tom Lane is having some repairs made on his home Henry of Lancaster spent Saturday with friends here Mr John Wheeler and wife and Mrs W A Wheeler have gone to Wallaceton to visit friends and relatives Mrs Ann Ross who was reported as being in a dangerous condition from stickinganail in her hand is able tobe out again Little Mary Wheeler is sick with fever but it is hoped that under the treatment of Dr Oldham she will be restored to health E G Creech rejoiced with exceeding great joy when his wife presented him with a ten pound boy last Saturday Mother and babe are doing well Business and Bargains Chicken feed all kinds cheap Potts Bros 22tf Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Farmers Bolted or unbolted meal exchanged for corn in the ear Potts Bros ju5tf 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 Farmers bring us your grain and get a good turnout of the best flour and meal on the market Potts Bros 22tf We are prepared to do paper and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us be fore placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillin Bros m58tf Wanted 100000 bushels of wheat C C Glass Bro Camp Nerson Ky ClJ3t 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 mlotf Cedar Posts For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price from 20cts to 50cts They are strictly A L W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf 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 ij splendid a24 tf 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 revoked tf Mrs L L 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 made 12 Patters m in enamal I NINA hanging S careful lowest Yes You You You You Come and See u fIr1 i5 6jt i for JP E E Ii71JjffJJffjltJJffifJtjfJlJJJfJK0X i g iff003o oi 3 33o00 oho cux0 0o t oooo t 33E6 e m oo ooooo o o PERSONALS Mrs C L of Burgan is visiting Miss Lena Bright Miss Edna Kavanaugh is visiting relatives in Richmond K K Kirby of the Revenue service is at home for a few days Miss Amanda Anderson attended the Lexington Chatauqua Miss Alberta Hilton has been visit lug relatives in Brodhead MissVatiMetcr of Lexington is the guest ot Miss Katie Lee Denny Mr Will Noel of Danville spent a day or so with Lancaster relatives Mrs Geo Ballew and son of Rich mond are visiting Mrs Joe Francis Mr Geo Ballon and son Joe have to their home in Richmond Miss Maggie Sacray of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs Douglas Mer rittMrs Harris and nieces Misses Miller of Circleville O are visiting Mrs Jno Lear Messrs Sanflcy Hughes and Lewis West are enjoying a trip through Col orado Little Miss Gladys Merritt has re turned from a visit to relatives in Indiana Mrs Joe Faulconer and Mrs George Lusk visited friends and relatives in DanvilleMiss Harris has returned from a protracted visit to relatives in Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville is the attractive guest of Miss Theo Hemphill Wm Moberly and wife of Knoxville Tenn attended the family reunion at Mr Billy Balls Mr and Mrs S C Denny spent several days in Cincinnati returning Monday evening Mrs Kennedy and daughter Miss Gussic of Lexington are guests of Mrs Bunks Hudson Misses Sallie Ross and Allie Arnold went on the picnic party to the Ken tucky river Saturday Mr Miller of the TJ S Geological Surveying Corps was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday Misses Susie Sanders and Stella McClary of Stanford spent Friday with the Misses Arnold Mrs Elbert Smith and handsome children of Jellico are visiting her mother Mrs Geo Farris Joe Waters came over from Stanford Sunday nidi t and played cornet in the Baptist church choir 6ash Talks Bargains in DISHES Bargains in GROCERIES Bargains in SIDE MEAT Cash is what I work for Pay for what you get and if you me or do not ask favors you and M L L 0 II Doty returned Arkansas r I I other ir 1 1 dI 1 1 f 4 I homer owe ray not the H M ta ry Mt Shelby Tribble of Richmond was here Sunday Mrs Dr J W Grant is spending a few days with friends in Crab Orchard Miss Cora Ward will represent Lan caster in the vocal contest to be held in this dity Mrs J C Robinson entertained a number of friends at in honor of Mrs Skinner Friday evening Miss Mary Hayden of Louisville is the attractive guest of Mrs Horace Herndon at Hyattsville Misses Mary Helen and Martha Gill and MrLouisGill joined the Christian Endeavor party to Colorado Miss Christine Bradley returned to her in Louisville Monday after a visit to Lancaster friends A delightful moonlight picnic was given on Dix river Friday evening in honor of Miss Christine Bradley Mr Charley West entertained num ber of friends at supper in honor of Miss Ethel West and her visitors Mrs J M Frazee and daughter Miss Fannie of Maysville are expected to day to visit Mr and Mrs II CJennings Miss Browning of Winchester Miss Williams of Mt Vernon and Miss Carr are charming visitors of Miss Ethel WestLexington Democrat Mrs William Greenleaf of St Louis Mo arrived yesterday and is the guest of Mrs Geo DennySquire W II Kinnaird has returned from a business trip to the mountains lie has large land and coal interests out there Mrs Eliza Rothwell has recovered sullicicntly from recent to go to Dripping Springs where she will spend the summer Miss Cora Ward entertained a large party of friends in honor of Misses Stella Brown of Danville and Rubie Hackney of London Miss Ethel Dunn gave a most de lightful party in honor of her visitor Friday evening Dainty refreshments added to the evenings enjoyment Richmond Register Mrs George Denny of Garrard is visiting Mr and Mrs George D White W B Burton of Lancaster was here today Interior Journal Mr J C Thomp son and wife of Lancaster passed through Wednesday to Hustonville to visit the family of Mr E Many Lancaster friends extend deepest sympathy to Mr and Mr Geo D White whose little daughter Kath arine Stone Walker died last week at their home in Madison Several Stanford people came over to hear Bro Huey at the Baptist church We understand he is quite a favorite over therewhich shows the Stanford peoples good taste Mrs J B Skinner has been visiting relatives and friends in Lancaster and her visit was much enjoyed by many former acquaintances Her husband was at one time principal of the Col legeDanville News Mr Lewis Gill of Lancaster was in town yesterday with friends Capt Thomas Richards the genial proprietor of t h e Clemens House has been quite ill for a few daysLittle Miss Burnie Guiten Lear a few friends Thursday at a picnic Those from a distance Emrine of Louisville Georgia Bicket of Frankfort Gladys Mary Barnes Browning of Lexinuton The party given by Mrs Horace Herndon at Hyattsville in honor of her pretty guest Miss Hayden of Louisville Wednesday evening was one of the most enjoyable entertain ments of the Mrs Herndon is gifted in the art of entertaining and the guests will long remember the event with great pleasure About for ty couples were present A delicious supper was served This office is always glad to print the social and intentionally omits the name of anyone It is however for us to know the names of strangers where they are from etc It Is custom for people to send these names or telephone them to the home paper but people in Lancaster seem to think of it and get their backs up because we dont employ a detective to ferret out such mat If you want to do thing you should telephone such items or tell some one connected with the n S Powell Bur et t Collings and never j home illness entertained were n season news never impossible the everywhere some Pinkerton tees the proper r SSwf a 4 yR jL office Some people are really so con ceited as to think themselves of sum dent Importance every body to watch and know their movements The following handsomely engraved invitations have been issued Miss Hemphill Wednesday evening July fifteenth hundred three at eight oclock Miss Pearl Aldridge The Records handsome and attaactive Marksbury correspondent and sister Miss Hanna are spending the week with relatives townMore Personals on page 4 PAINT LICK Mr Ollie Terrill hes returned from FrcnchburgMis Estridge is some better at this writing John Smith and H N Beazley went to Rockcastle fishing Mrs Sallie Leavell of Bryantsville visited relatives here this week Mrs R J Rice of Texas is expected here this week to visit relatives Allie Russell little daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Fish has been quite sickMr John Wallace of Louisville is visiting his parentsWill Wallace and wifeMiss Callie Adams was at home to see her father who has been quite sickMiss Jennie Arnold of St Louis is expected to visit Mrs Ike Arnold this weekMr and Norris of Richmond visited relatives here Saturday and SundayMrs Champ was called to Mt Vernon to see her mother Mrs Ellen M McClure who is not expected to liveMr Will Fish will open up his drug store in a part of Mrs Minnie Jen nings millinery store PREACHERSYILLE Thos Lunceford was with home folks Sunday- S Morgan bought 40 hogs from B D Holtzclaw for 5 to 6c Dave Thompson bought 15 hogs from his father for 70 J S Pettus was visiting his brother Willie at Brodhead Saturday- J K Kennedy continues poorly tho we hope he will soon be out again Joe Pettus and wife of Springfield were visiting home folks first of last weekMiss Kate Payne was visiting her brother J F Payne and family Sun SundayW Brown bought 30 sheep and lambs from J M Cress Monday for 3 to 4c Prof E E Bishop of this place will teach the public school at Bowland this fall J B Hutchins will teach at Har mons Lick and Miss Lissie Pettus at the Hobbs school There were several from here at tended the burial of Mr Wm Lawrence at Lancaster last week W H Cummins and J L Anderson shipped a mixed load of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati last Saturday Mr John Cummins and mother has gone to Virginia to see who is in a very critical condition Mrs Jocey McClellan Miss Lucy of Missouri are Ben Holtzclaw and family for a few weeks 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 relief but it came back again and again and for six long have suffered more misery and agony than I tell It was than death My spent hundreds of dollars for physicians prescriptions and treatment without avail Finally we moved to Bosque county our pres ent home and one day happened to see an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrbaea Remedy with a of a man who had cureS by it The case was so aim ilar to my own that I conluded to the remedy The result was Icould hardly realize that X again or It could be so having suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but a cents cured me For sale by druggists laa u MrsEd Fraley andstepdaugh- ter n Igot yearsI can worse i few for Mrs visiting Texas temporary husband testimonial been Wonderful was well believe after alt R MAHKSBURY Mr James Arnold has returned from a visit to Kansas City Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster visited relatives here last week Miss Forest Denton of Paint Lick is the guest of Miss Mary Chesnut Miss Effle Burnside of Danville is spending several weeks with relatives hereLittle Miss Burnett of Louisville has been the guest of little Miss Mar garet Arnold Rev W D Moore of Lawrenceburg will preach at the Fork church Sun day July 11th Miss Carrie Sanders of Hiattsville is the handsome and attractive guest of Miss Nellie Arnold Rev W M Stallings left Monday for Lawrenceburg where he will assist in a two weeks protracted meeting Mrs Alex Durham of Danville has been spending the week with her par ents Mr and Mrs Calloway Hendrick sonMisses Jennie Pollard Sallie and Lee Herring and Messrs T Pollard and Fleece Herring attended the funeral of Miss Ella A Cecil at Danville Fri day afternoon Saturday morning the members of Fork and Grove Sunday schools met at Hickman A steam boat was hired and the party consisting of 100 men women and children enjoyed a ride to High Bridge where a nice dinner was served by the ladies The day was enjoyed by all The party returned home quite late hearts at rest if limbs were stiff and weary HYATTSVILLE Miss Mary Hayden is the visitor of Mrs Horace Herndon Mr Milt Mahan went to Richmond Saturday on business Miss Virginia Conn and several friends are visiting in Lexington Mr Ellison and brother of Williams burg are visitors of their cousin Chas C Mahan Mrs J H Hurt has gone to Martins ville Ind for a treatment for rheu matism Mrs Margaret Woods of Manse was with her aunt Hiatt one day last week The Ladies Aid Society of the Fair View church met with Mrs John Hurt last Thursday Harrison Thurman who has been residing in Anderson Ind for the last year has returned to visit kinfolks Mrs Belle Bassett and Theo of Louisville are pleasant visitors of her mother Mrs Ann Doty They came to spend the summer and enjoy country life Working Nlsnt And 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 building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by McRoberts l m Measure a man by his every day con duct rather than by his exettions Just About Bedtime take a Little Early will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles DeWitts Little Early Ris ers are different from other pills They do not gripe and breakdown the muc ous membranes of the stomach liver and but cure by gently arous ing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by F P Frisbie Im call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to give you the Cairiaie Faiitiii RI ISO we have done You not kept out of use of your Jong calf and see par I MrsJack prettydaugh- ter Jay extraordinary Riserit I We to Best ever I tb WFJ I f F 4 bowels wish an- dRE PAI are vehicle work z PAN k LOWELL A good rain fell here Sunday John Henderson was at home night and Sunday Oscar Boyle and wife spent Sunday with Miss L Brown John Davis has bought the Dwight Woods place near here Miss Ida Hurt is at home after a pleasant visit to her sister at Flat woodsThe mixed train killed belonging to Hays Metcalf Friday eveningWill of Fairmount W Va spent several days here last week with motherMrs of Winchesteris vis iting her daughter Mrs Ed BrownDQ Wm Sadler Jr has a curiosity in the chicken has four well legs three wings and a double head it has but two eyes one in each head and is two weeks old and seems to be healthy It will be on exhibi tion at Kirksville lair The sick folks are all on the mend here and as a certain doctor said distressingly healthy James Kinnard and family are going to Hamilton Ohio to live Prominent Drug Mans Guarantee The names that appear at the ofthis 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 commuuities in which they reside But before investing in any stock medicine one should look carefully into the personal of the and this I particularly 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 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 fair trial These gentlemen deserve your pat ronagefor they showtheir progressive ness in always striving to give you the best medicine for your animals- F P Frisbie Lancaster Ky Shug ars Dinwiddie Bradfordsville Ky and W B McRoberts Stanford Ky June 263t JONAH MAUSEE Occasionally a womans face is her fortuneand her husbands misfortune Two Bottle Cured Him I was troubled with kidney com plaint for about two years writes A H Davis of ML Sterling Ia but two bottles of Foleys Kidney lure effected a permanent cure Sold by C C J E Stormes If a man owned the earth he would try to dodge the taxcollector just the same All DrnggUt win BarIt Back You assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Coil c Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy All druggists will refund your money if you are not after using it It is everywhere admitted to be the most successful in use for bowel and the only one that never fails It is pleasant reliable I j I Saturday a fine shoat lineit bottom remedy- a l 1 m satI- sfied complaintS sateand 1 m f developed management advocates m do remedy Leave Trains NOI0- 6tl4 AX 1B i- ui Neal Time liovi6 is effect POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lucien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N BAnderson Clay Sutton T L Broaddus J W Sutton B L Kelly Mrs JHansbury West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr New Discovery For c Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson J M Orand W L Lawson W M Mahan R A Beazley Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley UOUl and OLDS FOLEYS F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill HemphillWalde Leslie Ilarber Price Sic INa A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back tf it fails Trial Bottles free KIDNEY DISEASES are the most allfatalof diseases I KIDNEY CURE III SuiraitiiJ Unity or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICES and 100 R RepresentiniFollofiflsCofflpaDies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile AetnaLlfeLisCo9HarrlCoDi est KINNAIRDINSURANCE eminent wine 12c TWINES LWALLERi ryyyyinnrsTtnnnryinrgTg POTTS BROS 1SnT00 II 00 II 000 II OO 100 000 I FLOURI FEED STORE and EXCHANGE 3 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 Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal FieldSeeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 i E 0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooaDooa J E Scott one of our village black smiths is on the sick list Wm Christopher bought of Gate wood Pryor one cow for 28 Howard King and wife spent Sun day with Mrs Kings mothernear Am prose James Munday and family of Har rodsburg were with relatives here SundaySome of the wheat is yielding a fair crop Jas Spilman barley averaged 42 bushels per acre Mrs Ed Aldrish and children will leave Wednesday for Covington after a visit to relatives Quite a number from here attended the Sunday school picnic Saturday at Cbalebiate Springs Protracted meeting will begin Olivet on Monday night Rev Jeff Redd is to assist Mrs Julia Skinner and two daugh ters of Jessamine Institute visited at Albert Skinners recently Miss Mamie Hawkins of Danville and Frank Parks visited friends and attended church here Sunday Miss Daisy Ball daughter of Doc Ball died last Tuesday after an illness of several Friday Miss Lillian B Leavell was in our village last week soliciting music pupils We are glad to know she some News was received here last week of the death of Miss Mattie Jackman ol Harrodsburg Miss Jackman was well known here having visited here some years ago STONE Mr Litrell was in Louisville last weekJ Sanders is at Tatham Springs for his health Sam Duncan sold to C Arnold 100 hogs for 5c per lb Sam Duncan and wife visited in Kicholasville last week Mr Ward was the guest of his Ms Wm Clark Sunday Mrs Ellen Litrell visited her daugh ter near Frankfort last week J W Sanders sold to Sanders and Walker a bunch of hogs for 5ic The protracted meeting at ScoWs Fork will begin Monday night July 29thL L Sanders shipped a bunch of hogs to Louisville which brought 5J cents Mr Wilson wife and baby have re turned from a visit to his fathers at Pink QMIss Jewell Sanders has returned from a delightful visit to relatives at Cream Ridge Misses Lena Covington and Beulah Roberts of Jessamine visited the Misses Sanders last week Little Miss Peachie May Sanders visited her cousin Mary Roberts at Little Hickman last week Curt Fathergill sold a bunch of shoats to J W Sanders for 5c also a sow and pigs to Ed Naylor for 14 For the next thirty days we will give great bargains on our buggies and harness in order to reduce our large stock komans 615 tf Have Rubber Tires put on 615 tf BEUNA VISTA I weeksInterment secured t sister Elmore- t r in time for the falls W J Romans a- Mt our t BUCKEYE L B Ray has returned from a visit to the West Miss Marion Ray has been quite sick but Is better- J T Jackson has fever but is getting along nicely now Mr Sam Cotton and wife visited in Madison Sunday We had a good rain here Sunday first for sometime Brown Dickerson shipped a load of fat hogs Monday Nathan Bogie had a valuable cow to break her leg this week Miss Hattie Jones is spending sever al weeks with friends in Kirksville Joseph Simpson sold a tract of land containing 45 acres well improved to Leslie Teater for 2900 Mr Jasper Bogie wife and son of Stony Point and Miss Beulah Raney from near Lancaster have been at Mr Andy Bogie Mr Herod Ray and wife went down to on the Fall City Wednesday to spend a week with You had better get our prices on harness you to save money and Elmore 615 tf Crab Orchard Fair Crab Orchard Fair July 22 23 24 25 1903 Remember the big Fair at Crab Or chard July 22 i days Liberal premiums good music cem fortable stands and a jolly good time is assured all who attend the big Fall at Crab Orchard July 22 4 days Best halt mile track in the State Four races every afternoon two two trotting good purses of tlOO and upwards Crab Orchard Fair July days Dont forget the big FreeForAll trotting and pacing race purse 15000 July days Remember that the Crab Orchard Fair and RacingAssociation gives 50 purses for roadster rings July days Come to the Crab Orchard Fair Big lot of free attractions at Crab Orchard Fair such as balloon Parachute leaps Highwire walking Trapeze performance High diving dogs etc each day Meet us at the great Orab Orchard Fair July 22 23 24 and 25 1903 tf No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey do not advertise this as a sure cure for consumption They do not claim it will cure this dread complaint in advanced cases but do postively as sert that it will cure in the earlier stages and never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases Foleys Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy substitutes Sold Stormes 1 m 615 tf Tobacco Yield In Kentucky Kentuckys tobacco crop cording to statistics prepared by Ag ricultural Commissioner Nallamount ed to 190716386 pounds The acreage vies coming next with 11730750 The smallest crop was in Bell 549 Ibs Get your buggy painted at W time for the fairs 615 tf visit- Ing Swallow field Mr T L Mantord Romans t running and 224 224 several 224 ascensions Refuse by C C J E t buggiesfor the next thirty Romans for 1902ac production n at- Tar Sc days in d ARTISTIC MEMORIALSI ti f If are the purchase of any of monument we coD cien believe rt tlre tilt With fan city of half a century advanced Ideas IB design aad and k edge of the materials to use enaWea us to most exacting Our to In Ceetral eatocky and collection of original and ar None better none cheaper x WM ADAMS SON W rf tloo can to In tett knoWl u kind we serve T construction e largest oarstock th- tlstic LEXINGTON KY Y 4 t Tr Y PERSONALS Mrs T is in Lexington visi ting her mother Mrs Muck Dr J T Evans and wife of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B F Moss Misses Jennie Higgins and Fannie Royston are in Lexington this week attending the Chautauqua Eld D T Broad d us of Belle Plalne Kan will begin a series of meetings at New Antioch church the third Sunday in July A beading Negro Dead Granville Lackey age 75 years passed away at his home in Lowell this coun ty of paralysis on June 20th He was a perfect type of an antibellum slave a paternal inheritance of Mr D M He was a farmer as a means of sus tenance was moral industrious and successful had accumulated a snug sum to be divided among his relatives He was a consistent member of the churchat Paint Lick and respected by all who knew him His Owner QUARTERLY REPORT IF THE PooDles Paint AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS Tuesday June 30th 1903 70422 25 265 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Banks 9276 33 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due fromTruatCompanles Banking House and Lot loss se cured Insurance Other Real Estate Mortgages Other Stocks and Bonds Specie 41599 Currency 3291 OC cash Furniture and Fixtures loss by Insurance Fund to pay Taxes Current expenses last quarter LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in 1COOOOO 2500 00 Undivided profits 170870- DueDepositorsas follows viz Deposits subject to check on Interest is 70WC01 Deposits subject to check on Interest Is Demand certificates of deposits on which Is Time certificates of de posits on which in terest Is paid Savings on paidCertified 701G01 Due National Banks Du State Banks and Due Trust Cashiers oat Bills Unpaid dividends and unpaid Capital Stock not SUPPLEMENTARY amount of indebtedness of stockholder person company or firm Including the or firm the liability of the individual members or indirectly if such Indebtedness ex 20 per cent of capital stock ac foully in and amount of surplus in the bank No Highest amount of indebtedness of or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of No Does amount of indebtedness of person company or firm including In or the liability of the individual members exceed 30 cent of paidup v capital and actual surplus Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses and taxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring dlvi was not less than 10 cent of net profits of the bank for the covered by the dividend car vied to the surplus fund before dend was declared 9385171 State of Kentucky County of Garrard as W G Peoples Bank of Paint Lick Ky a Bank and doing business in town of Paint Lick county being duly sworn says that the all respects a true statement of the condition of Bank at the close of business on the 30th of June 1903 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says that of said Bank hasbeen transacted at the location named and not from the State designating the 30th of June as on which such report shall be made W G Kemper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G 1903Henrycounty expires May 24 1905 H Green B L Arnold Directors BGGuyn J Jefferson Vegetables Like Washington Jefferson delight ed in farming The hope of lion he wrote in his youth lies in the tillers of the soil In his final retirement at Monticello a guest ad Farmer Jefferson theguished statesman interposed Iwould rather be Jefferson than to have all the titles of His garden book covering a period of halt a century the precision with he farmed at Monticello Here for is an excerpt from his memoranda for of yearJuly 15 Cucumbers came to table out celery Sowed of for fall Planted beans I July the last dish or spring potatoes from the garden Leslies Monthly f W I4 Work Here Too Within a few days Maine is likely to beln fact what it is supposed to prohibition State Never until now has constitutional prohibition ited sale of liquor in Maine It saloon keeper willing to submit to arrest and fine about twice a year Now however Judges of the Supreme Court given notice that the possession of United States revenue 11 quor stamp will subject thee possessor to a Jail sentence instead of the usual fine and all over State and restaurants last night closed their bars wholesalers went out of and within a week every h W E J Lackey Presbyterian Bank 01 Lick KYJ 156 92iG 38 2250 00 1143900 009 ClearingsOther secured 1335 0o i1 v not v 8000 Oo b o mintiff ana President Planted 22Had 31Had Irish bea a was r f J Soper 1 TILE S 198854 Companies rediscounted a tore in dist prop the anywhere the hotels nat retails quit selling T iR 43 n one oar the have ease gill 1 a FOnaZCR GAKRAItD HIAlf Tells if Illii New Newborn Tenn June 30 03 Editor Record lu your issue of June 26 Central Record have read with much interest the article Kentucky Collie an improved strain of the old time Scotch Dog For some time I have been wishing for a pair of these dogs a male and female for my home on the farm It has just been twenty years since I left old Garrard county to seek my fortune in the South country and then the or Collies of that section were the best I have ever known and the breed has been improved on some since that time I want you or some Brood friend to select me two good puppies from families that are not too close a kin and send them by express crated I want them to raise from and want them from the very best families of Collies near the High Bridge if they can be had at reasonable price See George THig ginbotham James N Denny Steve Ed or Archie Walker any of the Do tys or my old friends there that will take the trouble to assist you in them for me Ed Bishop if still alive and at Lancaster will be to get them for me So would George Farris John Marrs Clell John H Batson being in the store and comingevery day in contact with people from that section can and will I know get them for see him first I have mentioned names as into my mind It has been time since I was in old Garrard and long to see my old home and home folk so much beloved by us all This is a fine farming country here m West Tennessee Dyer county and we raise to perfection every thing you can in Kentucky except bluegrass We can beat you on corn wheat heavy tobacco and many of the small fruits and we are fast coming to the front in stock raising Our county is noted for its fine herds of Shorthorns Herfords Black Poled Angus Jerseys and so on in cattle and some of the best bred light and saddle horses in any country are to be found here bred in your some of them- I enclose you our cards showing the breeding of two of my horses Sheal and Eagle Dare and do no believe better individuals can be any where than they are We have a good country here and yet in its and invite migration and to our midst and feel assured here in the right kind of lands will pay well in the near future They are low yet compared with older countries and no better soil can be found on earth than we have Yours Truly Q SUUMATK Through the carelessness of Monday afternoons mail was not brought from Stanford Such are inexcusable Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley at Bartons old stand carry an immense stock of coal on hand at all times They handle nothing but the best and their prices are correct Ring up No 5 and see what they will do for you ju10tf PLAN BIG SHOW Till Years State Fair to Eclipse All Previous Efforts Premiums AE- KreicatlBB 2OOOO to beAawrd ed Successful Competitors IB the Several Cases Although three months away plans are already well matured for Ken tuckys Second Annual State Fair to this year on the splendid at Owensboro September 21 to 25 A contract has already been signed for Kurkamps Band of forty pieces to play during the solve week Popular concerts are to be given each day the band being of such a charac ter as to make these concerts among the most attractive features of the week During the next week or two the management of the Fair will be enabled to announce the series of high class and novel attractions which will be furnished while the Fair lasts The attractions will be different from those ever offered the patrons of a big State Fair in this section of the UnitedStates So important is the Fair considered by the Railroads that they have announced a half rate fare from all points in Kentucky as well as rates from Tennessee and Indiana The Fair is expected to bigger and better this year than ever before Premiums aggregating 820000 will be awarded and in cases the premiums will be larger than those offered by any other State Frir in the country This is notably so in the Jersey ring where 800 will be award ed the winners The Association has also set aside 32000 for the Shorthorn classes more money than is swans at any other State Fair except Min nesota Of this purse 500 will be awarded to Kentucky cattle alone The 15000 handsome catalogues issued show the important to be as follow Beef Cattle Shorthorns 2000 of which 1000 is given by the Shorthorn Hereford 1200 of which is given by the Hereford Aberdeen Angus 900 of which 300 is by the Aberdeen Angus Polled Angus 650 of which 200 is given by the Polled Dur ham Association Galloways 300Red Polls 150 Dairy Cattle Jerseys 800 Holstein 250 Ayrshires 230 Swine Berkshire 300 Poland ter 300 150 ep ShropshlreBy 158 South Letter I entitled Shepherd Western suppose getting delighted sonR meso along often clover harness section infancy capital investments someone annoyances Fairgrounds already special Southern just premiums 1500 Associa- tIOn Frelan Goer I250t P sN50 White Ta thl She If B dog ca L1rnes intereaiug Deck loiiC home Shepherds tome theme had beheld some Association Association sets chinas Jerieye y downs Sl 50 Oxfurddowns 150 Hamp shire downs lf 0 Cutuwolds SI Dorsets American MerinosSlOO Remboulllets S100 Cheviots S1CO For the following classes of horses premiums of 84500 nearly 25 per teat of the total premium fund are offered Light harness carriage horses gaited saddle horses high steppers and ponies Heavy Horses Frcnch draft Per cheon French and German coach Cleveland Bays Hackney and Coach Premiums of S800 are offered for mules and jacks At the State Fair which was held in Louisville last fall the breeders of mules and jacks a State Association and the Association will look to the success of the exhibit this year Mules and jacks have not been properly recognized at the State Fairs heretofore and it is the Intention to give them proper place in the coming exhibition Unusually handsome premiums are offered for garden and farm products and the work of the women in the kitchen and sewing room be had by addressing L B Shrop shireSec Room 25 Board of Trade Louisville Ky Graham Vreeland Press Manager Notice of Dissolution The firm of Jennings Lackey of Paint Lick Ky is this day dissolved by mutual consent Mn Lackey This July 1 1903 R L Jennings jy102t T M In the District Court of the United States for the Dis trict of Kentucky IN BANKUUITCY In the matter of C M Jenkins a bankrupt On this 3rd day of July A D on considering the petition of the for discharge med on the 3rd day of July A D 1003 itis ordered the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 28th day of A D 1903 before said court atCovington in said district at 10 oclock the forenoon or as near there to as practiable and that notice thereof be published 1 time in theCentral Re other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not Witness the Honorable A M UI 100 HorsesLight American organized Catalogues- can retiring Lackey districtranted J roadsters as S 0Seal vChochran of said Court and the seal thereof at in said district on the 3rd day of July A D 1903 Jos C Finnell Clerk W C Bennett D C c Richmond S10OOOO GIVEN AWAY The LouUvllI CourieoJournal to Make a Cash Distribution to Subscriber In 13912 the CourierJournal of Louisville InniiKurated and carried to a successful Issue the first greet estimating contest ever conduct ed by a newspaper This contest was based on the Presidential election of ISM and 111100 was distributed to CourierJournal readers In response to numerous re ue sts the Cour has decided to inaugurate another similar contest based on the total vote cast for all candidates for Governor of in the election ovember 3 1903 Ten thousand dollars in gold silver or green bacK Will be given away to successful estima tors There will be single gifts of Xfl f ooo 1000 f500 300 200 150 100 50 nod 10 and received before August 1 before September 1 October 1 The object of this liberality on the part of the Is to secure new subscribers for the Dolls and Weekly CourierJournal Every person for the Weekly CourierJournal one person subscribing for the Daily CourierJour nal by mall one month Co cents Is entitled to one guess one year GOO twelve guesses Ue newals count the same as new subscribers Write to the CourierJournal Company today for full particulars and blanks tf A sitting hen constantly broods over the probable outcome of her mission A GREAT OFFER Louisville Times and Weekly Courier Journal Six Mouths and the Central Rocord For only 8200 The LOUISVILLE TIMES and COURIERJOURNAL are making an unprecedented cam paign subscription offer both papers six months for Sl to separate address es If desired As the regular price of THE TIMES for six months is 3 and that of the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 50c this offer Jives 350 worth of newspapers for a dollar bill which ought to put the two papers in KentuckyAnd Rec ord can be just as liberal and 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 re ceived at this office NOTICE All persons having claims against John W King lately deceased are hereby notified to prove them according to law and file them on or before August 15 1903 with me or with Jas I Hamilton and W I Williams my attorneys of Lancaster Ky All persons Indebted to said King are requested to settle with me at once Ben King Admrof THE DEMOCRAT Is the only tlaily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Kentucky willbesub- scribing subscriptions WEE K L enterprising John j tcr Journal profit shartug Courier Jounnq Z Kings kbscriptlsi Pry1 r Tsari1 c 4 J ARE YOU SORE USE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded GATARRH HAY FEWER And all Throat Inflammations It Cools It Soothes It Cures 111 Sold only In SOc 100 Bottles j My accounts are now due and City bills must be set i tied Dont wait to settle o- I but come at once they I must I SALLIE D TILLBT t sm KS Ke s LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROIIINSOX Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RICIXKY Asst Cashr C D WALKKI Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson E F Hudson J J Walker T 31 Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOIN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird OSBORNE MACHINERYOnly Machines not made by the Trust BINDERS 2c good Drulllsts bepaid 3 eV vw It i i i I S M I493 o 2 O 2o8 2 J F Robinson 2 o Q o 8 2 Q O o o o OwOwo 4 At all 1 J s Y OOYrrJ 1 OOG GOG 9 OOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOGOGOGO OOO JO00 00 o o 0 0 O 0 9 0 O ooa ooooooo oooooooa- y 1 HEMP REAPERS Ask any of the following what they think of 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 Lancaster Ky K the Osbourne machincs 1 ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars Is lIven at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Kenucky Geo Smith JrNOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a specialty at reasonable rates L L Walker office 51 53 L J1 aster Office at S I I I I I 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