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V RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 1903 I rJ 4 J tr j c 411 IOURXBBNXH rEAR 2 NUIOJlJJ17 9 t Y r THE CENTRAL 4 Of Local Interest July In A hot day in July A shady seat by A running brook Cold as the snow That caps the Alps A bunch of mint That grows hard by A little jug of old Kentucky lies buried Cooling in the brook A pinch of sugar And a good cigar And life is one Complete delight on That hot summer day Ex See ad of Danville Fair Every body who can secure a convey ance is at the Crab Orchard fair Its the biggest show on wheels and if you want to have the time of your life go If you have friends coming on any train ring up Alex Miller No 122 and he will meet them with a nice carriageattend to the bagage and save you no end of trouble Rates very reasonable Phone 122 Completed The Deep Cut school house was last week and turned over to the trustees Mr C S Rcop the con tractor was highly complimented on the job which is up to date in every respect Mr Boop is a fine mechanic and builder His post office is Carters villc Court Day The ladies will serve ice cream court day instead of Saturday They will have charge of the Park now and will furnish ice water free on court days so that the eontry people will be without any inconvenience Having rented the Sweeney build ing they propose to open a reading and rest room whereby all may be benefitted Col Welsh Explains Stanford Journal As illustrative of the state of mind of the Stanford delegation immediately after the de cision at Frankfort in the SaufleyBell contest the following story is being told A party of about a dozen of our leading citizens were waiting in gloo my silence at the station for their train At the time there was being held in Frankfort a convention of the undertakers of the State A news boy sat down by Col Welsh and Areyou all going home The colonel responded that they were Af ter critically surveying the crowd a moment the newsboy again enquired You all are the undertakers aint you No my boy responded Col Welsh we are not the undertakers we are the undertook I Kentucky I I I I n completed refreshed asked Attention Special pricsvoiT bro J l en lots in fll ns and ojjs Shoes We have small line of Summer Clothing and Serge Coats and som Crash Suits we will close out at about half price See our line of 15cts and 20cts bownsCclos ing price lOcts buster Logan Dry Goods Go r JJ r Definite The City Council has advertised for bids on the construction of the dam mentioned in a recent issue of Record and also for laying the pipes over town Thus it will be seen the Council business and Lencaster is to have a system of waterworks They expect to award the contract immediately and those who ought to know how to figure say the entire plant will be in operation by the last of September at the farthest The plan is we believe a good one we will publish the full details in issue Those who ought to know peo pie who have had experience and posted on such matters say the lake will hold enough water to supply a town of three times the size of Lan caster and with rain during an entire summer would not give out The Council sent a committee to in spect similar lakes and flattering are brought back which seems to us should settle the question of the advisability of the scheme This pa per does not propose to howl It down as some are doing for the simple that it knows nothing of the de tails of construction etc but we are willing to risk the judgment of the City Council men who were chosen for this matter Ninetenths of the people are with the Council and we glory in their spunk in pushing the work Lancaster will never amount to a hill of beans until we have water Its true some people would be satisfi ed but the town should progresskeep abreast of the times and this she will never do if she stops to listen to the knocking some people are bent on keeping up Alex Miller has a splendid closed carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrive into the country or make calls His rates are very reasonable horses flrst class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Same Here Discriminating readers know what the editor meant when he said in a issue of the Minneapolis Messen ger There i a little matter to which the Meenger to call the attention of Some of its Subscribers We really hate to of it but Some haAe Seemingly allowed It to Slip their mindS To uS thiS IS a very important iSSueJn fact its neceSSa ry in our buSineSS We wont Speak further on the Subject Perhaps you have already gueSSed the drift of our remarks Plenty of Nerve That there are plenty of people who never hesitate to ask you to wait on them we are painfully aware but here 5 one who capped the climax The Richmond Register says There is no limit to the use that the telephone can be put to It is said that a cer tain Richmond lady wishing to visit a neighbor the other day pulled the babys crib up in front of the phone opened the receiver and calmly told Central that she was going out to a neighbors and if the baby waked and began to cry to ring her up at the neighbors UaRlus Is DUconragcd The Winchester Democrat says Until recently suicides among the negroes were almost unknown but re gently an epidemic of suicides has pre vailed among the Winchester negroes About ten days ago one suicided Wednesday the Coroners jury sat on another while that night no less than three tried to end their miserable ex istence by the morphine route all of them were dope fiends and the use of drugs is increasing among the negroes to an alarming extent If its ketching we would like to send over a delegation of Lancaster Preparing to Rebuild Messrs W G Kemper Will FIsh and A B Estridge prominent citizens of Paint Lick were here several days since looking after the fire losses they sustained recently M rKemper cash ier of the Peoples Bank said they would begin work rebuilding at once Mr Fish is also making esti mates while Mr Estridge is laying his plans to put up another store These gentlemen are hustlers in of the word and the grass will not grow under their feet Paint Lick is one of the best business points in central Kentucky and it is all due to the fact that she has for citizens just such enterprising pushing people as the above named gentlemen Commit This to Memory When a business man receives a statement from a wholesale house and he receives many be sometimes finds on the statement that unless paid by a certain date a sight draft will be drawn for the dueand no excuses are made for the sending of the statement The business has to move about and pay the bill But when the business man sends out statements to owing him in aa effort to raise money to his bills what place many times The person receiving the statement takes it as an insult and grows exceedingly hot The person who doe this Should t IfeolktoieaB Bending out of sUie0 the col lecting of Is one of the most important parts of coslnees and those will SOOMT or laUr b cofifw at HWBey Er The pest are no reports recent begs I coons every nec14ic J l Steps means and reason i Nearly sense man those pap takes engage is aihorttune over his The stud accounts who short s to Cincinnati Sunday A big crowd is going A party of Lancaster people is being formed to spend next week at Crab Orchard Springs Unless you taxpayer in keep your head closed as to what should be done by the City Council By taxpayer we dont mean a poll fide resident of the town one who helps bear the bur dens of the town in other words dont butt in where you have no say Property Sold A B Bastin the telephone mansold his house and lot on Stanford to Mr George W Evans price 12500 Possession will be given immediately Mr Bastin and family have rented Joy Bradleys property on Lexington street and will move into same at A Delightful Place No more delightful resort than Crab Orchard Springs can be fonnd to spend the heated term The waters cannot be surpassed while tie table is all that can be desired Mr Willis buys the best the markets afford and if you are hunting health and pleasure spend a few days t the delightful place Rates very reasonable Dripping Springs Open This delightfully cool and pleasant resort is now open to the public having been put in firstclass condition for the season Mr Both 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 Both well Lancaster or Crab Orchard jy10tf A Suggestion Now that we are to have water a hen is on to build a hotel the matter having taken a flattering turn for suc cess The Record would respectfully suggest to the hustling citizens in the enterprise that they build their house on a side street if possible buy the old Mason property back of the Court House This would give ample room fora hotel and Opera House too entrances on three sides There are two other locations near the Square which could be used to advan tage We make suggsestion so the old hotel lot could be used for more store rooms which are badly needed rent now being as high as a cats back for what few rooms there are to be had That a hotel will be built there is not a shadow of doubt the only obstacle lack of fire being removed Lancaster has a number of public spirited citizens who will stand by her they are not all of the take itandburyittype and now that the moss is slipping off Lancas ters back you may look for a general of business in every line The building of water works and the side tracking of a few old fogies is all that has been necessary to her progress for some yearsPress Association The editor Record attended the annual meeting ofKentucky men held in Lexington Wednes day and yesterday About 125 editors were present together with half the number of ladles The people of who are known far and wide for their ability as entertainers sustained the reputation this week So much entertainment had been provided that only a few hours could be had for the transaction of the business of the association A trolley ride to Georgetown a reception and banquet by Judge Mulligan visits to the Asylum State College the brewe ry the newspaper offices and many other delightful events kept the on the time and the boys will the handsome treatment they received The three daily papers Herald Leader and Dem ocrat did the honors by their entire forces putting forth every effort to entertain the visitors Lexington is one of the prettiest cities in the South and the horse center of the world That it is the proper location for the State capital no one will dispute and there is where the seat of govern ment would were it not for the work ofa few red nosed politicians The editors left last night on a special train for delightful trip to states Niagara Falls and Canada the trip consuming ten days The representative didnt have any thing to wear so had to miss the trip Paul M Moore of the Earllng Bee was elected president and BE Mornlngstar Green reflected Secretarytreasurer Wltfcoat Honor tUTef Etc New Haven ibo Louis Landn hoe at lut opened of the clti and for that place are now a certainty LoIs bMrnade along and hard fight In ate paper and glad to succeed for hte success te UM stews of all Loate Landram te iaraluibi wan to Mte IKHM place that be has oajr cord woe fo ran Mm UHroagh tin I 150 area taxpayer but a bona once everything giv- Ing this ofThe newspaper Lex- Ington nev forget belocated Northern Records ofBowling ware 7 T r Lancaster street protection revival certainly editors the ton Nat the eyes seea ofLaw aeter water works The Record hie is and the people of that piss eboald lee r w rw err mr Corn is doing fairly well Wheat is panning out better than was expected Cow Wanted I want a firstclass Alderney cow Right price for right animal A H Bastin Mr John Bourne has sold his store in the county to Mr J M Vanderpoel Mr Bourne wrll buy a farm and locate elsewhere in the county The coon excursion took a good crowd to Louisville Sunday The rate was very low A n excursion catches Rastus every time The Ladles Aid Society will meet with Mrs Jennie West Saturday at 230 p m and The Record is request ed to say every member is wanted to be present promptly Buys Farm Mr Joe A Arnold purchased of Harber his farm of 120 acres situa ted on the Lexington pike and known as the Burdett Knob place for 13 000 Mr Arnold will move to the place at once Push It Along City Attorney Swinebroad has had a lot of blank warrants for nuisances printed and says he is going to see that the sanitary laws are enforced Judge Shugars agreeing with him that it shall be done Now its up to them to see that the law is rigidly enforced It is disgusting to hear people talking about what they will and will not do in regard to certain laws The laws are made for the benefit of the entire community and it is folly to stand idle and see some people disregard them No man isbetter than another In the sight of the law and if the Prince of Wales should erect a pig sty in Lancaster he should be made to keep it clean Vocal Contest July 28th The second annual Vocal contest given by the Ladies Aid Society bids fair to be a great success Never be fore has Lancaster had such an oppor tunity of hearing so many splendid voicesThe following is a list ofcontestants Misses Cora Ward Lancaster Mary N Oliver Mt Sterling Ky Sara Dan iels Paris Ky Carrie Fitzwater Cyn thiana Ky Mattie Mae Leavell Bry antsville Susan Mithchell Midway Ky Mirtie Price Flemingsburg Ky Ethel Barnett Richmond Ky Mil dred Bradford Falmouth Clara Hay den Keene Ky Mae Bonta Lexing ton Ky Anna Bell Tompkins Dan ville Ky A handsome diamond ring first prize gold medal given to second popular prize will also be given cou pons attached to each tickdt entitles the holder to vote for his choice Store Sold Les- lIe County Court day Monday As our business must come to a close by August 10 we take this method of informing those indebted to the firm to call and settle before that time as Nathan Plaut Co will at that time assume all outstanding debts J july242t A Few Hot Weather Hints Bed room floors may be kept cool and very fresh in summer if wiped dally with a cloth wrung out in salt water microbes moths and all pests are thus destroyed Green vegetables can be kept a day or two by sprinkling them with cold water and laying them on the cellar floorIn order to keep the house more cool and comfortable during the day open the windows and blinds very ear ly in the morning to let the cool fresh air sweep through all the rooms close the blinds about eight oclock Avoid drinking iced water during the heated season Do not eat green or unripe fruits nor that which shows signs of decay Take time for at least a half hours rest each day Be Kind to the Brutes This hot weather is hard on human beings It is harder still on brutes When a man is overheated or tired he can stop and rest the horse can not unless his owner or driver is willing When a cow or workani mal Is thirsty they can not get a drink unless it is furnished to them a man will hunt for it until he finds it No kind of stock will do well in ex tremely hot weather unless it has plenty of water and shade These are even more necessary than grass and a scarcity of the last is better than a lack of the first A merciful man is merciful to his beasts The man who causes dumb animals to suffer is either wickedly careless or is lacking in that broad and Christian humanity that embra ces the whole world Great Bargains in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers Lo gan jul24tf If you cantsing there are other who can if you dont believe it go to the Vocal Contest I The popular prize is an interesting feature of the contest Go to the contest July 28th and vote for your favorite It will count Reserve seats now for sale at Mc Roberts Drug Store Price 50cts The Ladies of the Aid Society have erected a splendid stage and are dec orating the Court House for the Vocal Contest July 28th Final Notice Joseph I H T coq FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 o L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law A X- A Life insurance policies bought Q j for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 THE GREAT Danville Augt 4th to 7th Big Premiums Splendid Music Write for catalogue H C BRIGHT Secty DANVILLE KY J A BEAZLEY GO t t o f r fair Fine Stock Show C K 000000O0000000 0 a Dont Forget Our Well Well What A Slaughter Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing goods galore Tons ofthem But money is onething and goods anoth er We want the one but have plenty of the other So we are going to make an exchange in order to make room for the immense full stock we have already pur chasedWe will out slash slaughter our stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and furnishings with a ferociety that will appall competition and make it an object for buyers to infect can spare with us This sale welllast until Sept 1st Remember the is always the best Not a sale of old goods but a sale of New Style garments Brerrthing goes Nothing T Logan w I I I SpecialSale I I I I 1m I I Ie I 0TOry dOllarthey y Ifirst pIcking i ic Iy ty2 ftryt t 7 1 I 4 2 1 SJ i mm nrmmmnrnrinnrtnmmnmmmmnr mmnrmmmmmmmmm reserved r I 8 vil t AND HARNESScheap for the next 30 days 4 L a IJililL4i1Mllil Only a Short Time Now To secure the HUT BARGAINS which we are giving the public We must close out By Aug 10thand to do this we are selling goods FAR BE LOW COST The stock has been greatly reduced but we have many nice uptodate articles which must be disposed of and which you can have at less than cost Come see for yourself We have 250 pairs of Ladies Misses Childrens Shoes at 50c a Pair all standard brands in odd sizes Heres a chance you will never have again CNO OvCN vcvcyc VOOO CycyO ycyCycy COO y CyQOSy OC J JOSEPH y r i t app 4Oqp400444440400440J0 44cW 40000 0404Gpp4Jpp4qp4440 0440 OO4 Jp4Jp4O4440404040J044pp 004404400 I OO4 O THE BUILDINGS For LIVe Stock At Kentucky State Fair OWENSBORO MAKING GREAT PltKr ARATIONS FOR THE BIG FALL ATTRCTION and Owensboro indicate that the State Fair which begins at Owenboro on September 21st will be the biggest now been added the famous Dr Car ver and his show and also races with out pool selling the Fair will be an education to all persons interested in Live Stock AgricultureHorticulture Mining and Household work Contracts have just been let for nine cattle barns with a capacity of 800 five stables with a capacity of 500 horses two buildings with a capacity of 300 sheep two buildings with a ca pacity of 400 swine one poultry house with a capacity of 1500 birds one mineral exhibit hall which is a new feature and one office building The amphitheatre has a capacity of 10000 and is one of the largest in the United States Graham Vreeland Press Manager progressboth attemptedSouth splendidlist cattle J This is not a gentle when you tiiink 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 U Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severe Coughs Brohchitis 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 Stormes Drug 29 About the people in the world are the perfect fools 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 building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by McRoberts 1 m Caution wordbut how treatment StoreAug perfect nULl MONUMENTS To figure as LOW and sell as HIGH a grade of work as any one else in the business today We know we are we know we are doing it as our steady increase of proves Our customers is our motto we are supplied with the v latest designs and prepared to furnish you ANY THING in this line you may want We are at your ser vice call or drop a card Tlje Sarrard Goiuity Marble Works STANFORD STREET r GRANITE TO PLEASE are A fJ Ylrr t WJ AIM business F A r CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM I I Entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster Ky atI SecondClan Mail Matter Lancaster Ky July 24 7003 Mrs Josephine Adkinson is very sick at her home near here Miss Ida Hurt commenced teaching the public school here last Monday Several from here attended the fair at Kirksville and report a nice time Mary Wheeler who has been sick for some time has almost fully recov eredW T Watson and family visited the family of Dr Joe Watson last week Little Richard Kelley has been very sick with appendicitis but is very much better Mrs Nancy Adkinson fell last Mon day and dislocated her ankle which gives her much pain Several went from here last week to Kentucky river and spent the day All enjoyed the day Our best friend C J Moberley takes advantage of the situation and goes to Cincinnati whenever it suits him The Sunday School is moving along nice and quietly everybody seems to be crowds attend The many friends and ces of Jerome McMillin who left six years ago and went to were glad to hear from and know that he is still living Most people have been out in the world enough to know that to get an item in a newspaper you must send it least two seconds before the press is started yet some hillbillies who have never been out of sight of the court house cupalo think a printing ottice can tear its forms to pieces to put in some little item which inter ests probably persons OVER 94000 FOR HORSES AT TilE STATE Largest Prize List Ever Offered At Any STATE Lovers of horse flesh will be afforded the opportunity at Owensboro the week of September 21st to see the est horse show ever given under the direction of a State Pair The premium list for the Kentucky State Fair shows that 4006 wIll be hung up in prizes for horses this year The classification is made up from the lists of upto date horse shows and premiums for light harness horses for breeding purposesroadsters carriage horses family horses horses gaitod saddle horses walk trot and center classes high steppers and ponies Also for French Draft Percheron French and Ger man Coach Cleveland Bay Hackney and American Coach in the heavy di vision Handsome cups will be offer ed for the best lady rider best lady driver gentlemens driving class and for team of hign actors kept for pri vate use and driven by ownerand is offered for the best roadster stallion any age 100 for aged roadster mare 200 for roadster stallion mare or gelding 200 for combined stallion mare or gelding 100 for saddle stal lion mare gelding Catalogue can be secured by address Board of trade Louisville Ky Grant Vreeland I Press Manager Republican Ticket The following ticket was nominated by the Republicans the State con vention at Louisville For Governor Morris B Belknap of Louisville For Lieut Governor J B Wilhoit John A Black of Barbourville For George W Welch of For Attorney General W M Beck ner of Wincheter For Secretary of State C Speight of Mayfield For Superintendent of Public In For Cmmlssioner of George Baker of county the Co rt of Appeals JH Newman of Monroe county v ld n I NINA at now fish- Ing interestedlarge hereabout California mat haIr dozeD FAIR AIR Includes combined 100 or log Sec L B Shropshire Room 25 AshlandFor u ltor bHenderson of r Brodhe acquaint SC fin Danville Agriculture FerClerk Y PUKACHERSVILLK W II Brown bought 9 hogs from Mr Chandler for 5c J B Hutchins bought a horse from J P Rogers for 00 B D Holtzclaw bought a 800 Ib heif er from Rigsby for 3c J H Thompson bougnt 30 hogs in Rockcastle last week for 4 to 5c J H Rigsby and wife were visiting W P White and family last week Rev H B Cockrill of St Louis was here last week seeing after his farm Anderson preparing to do some extensive improvement to his Lizzie Pettus is attending the Teachers Institute at Somerset this week Hutchins Elmore bought 30 acres of timothy meadow from J L for 220 James Hutchins has returned from Indian Territory and has moved into the Payne house J L Hutchins bought a combiner horse from Walter Warren for J R Bailey of Knox county for 150 Mr Ben Bennett and Miss Corum went last Sunday night and were quietly married W H Cummins and family have from Louisville where they have been visiting Mr D B and family J W Cummins who has been With his sister Mrs Fraley in Virginia for some time has returned home reports his sister some better As our mail service is so very poor at this time I move we petition the department to extend the route from Lancaster to Crab Orchard when the present contracts expire An automobile passed here Sunday which caused quite a sensation Dogs barking children running and crying men and women ran to the fence but the thing passed on and all are quiet this morning Garrard Candidate O T Wallace Prohibition candidate for Lieut Governor whose picture ap pears in this column a wellknown citizen of this county was boas in MadIson county Kentucky on the 28th of Feb 1845 a son of Salem Wal lace who was one of the most men of his day and represented Madison county in the legislature in about 1813 to 45 and was a man respected wherever known both Christian and a citizen His father Wm Wallace was a revolutionary and prevent at the surrender of Cornwallis when a youth about 19 years old His line runs back to Wallace Sr and Michael Woods whose descendants intermarried and from whom are descended many of the first and most noted families of Kentucky such as the Woods Mc Afees McDowels Lapsleys Camp bells Dedmans Gooches Magoffins Forsythes Adams Bohons Blan tons and many others Attar attending some of the high schools of the neighborhood where he was born and raised Mr Wallace college at Monmouth Ill ta king a two year of scientific course His occupation is that of farmer and surveyor and civil engineer He has wide practice as a land surveyor done the greater part of all the surveying done In Garrard wanly for the last 25 or 30 years besides much in the adjoining counties of Madison Lincoln and Boyle In October 1870 e I D M houseMiss to Jelllco returned substantial highly as- a soldier Peter J Sol Anderson Saul Edmis attended having 1 ton he was married to Miss Nannie E Shearer of Kirksville Madison won ty Kentucky Of this union three and three daughters were born all grovn to maturity except son 11 years old He began voting the Prohibition ticket at the presidential election in 1884 when St John made the race and polled 150000 votes and he has continuously voted with that party in all elections where they have had can didates He has attended nearly all the State and national conventions since 1892 and has done as much or than any other prohibitionist in the county in the active support of the cause of State and National Prohibi peals and in 1899 for Governor receiv lag about 2500 in of thee exciting Gobel find Taylor In that race for Governor be made no active canvass but in the present race he and ree another wellknown veteran in cause who has the first place on the ticket to canvas the States tbejfirst of August Mr Wallace is a member of the Prea vyterian church honorable man in every enjoys respect and esteem of all those who know him 4 Dema dan y tI sons now one ponce partyvotes the midst campaign Cal T B the about sense who the we 7 LOWELL I It D Campbell of Richmond was the guest of W H Ualston Sunday Alfred Owens of Drakes Creek wax the guest of J B Parker Saturday and Sunday Wm Hurt Jr Ansil Parker and wives spent Sunday with Wm Hurt Sen Hays Metcalf has returned from Virginia where he has been on a visit Peter Howe while breaking a large rock let part of itfall on his footmash ing it badly J C Criscillis spent Sunday with his sister Mrs J M Meadows Fairview Aid Society will serve re freshments in the beautiful yard of Dr N Mays on Friday July 24th from to 11 oclock p m Ice cream and sherbert and cake will be served Price adults 25c children 15c J M Meadows is selling at cost for the next ten days and have some rare bargains No False Claims The proprietors of Foleys Honey and Tar 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 festively that it will cure in the earlier stages and sever 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 by C C J E Stormes 1 m Secure your seat for the Vocal Con test they are going rapidly Dont forget the Vocal Contest July 28th When a man acquires the title of grand father he sighs to think how old his wife is I will assert Refuse tLp bar Oliuer liifiuiiuu This has lung been regarded is one if the most dangerous and fatal dl senses to which Infants are subject It can be cured however when properly treated All that Chamberlains Colic Cholera a n d Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure is certain For sale by all druggists im When a wise man buries animosity he forgets where he planted it 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 When a man acts like a latter Is justified in giving him a kick 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 men 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 countries and we wish to 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 Ifso something more 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 i Is necessrry Is to give try b y mule the M curedand civi- lIzed correspond serious SS Wanted i Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material r r M ROBERTS i STORE oeuc III OUR STOCK OF VEHICLES IS NOW READY FOR YOURINSPECTION tI 1 Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Over NOl The JQ tie Vehicle Line Our experience ot over 20 years knowing what to buy and how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky Tlo Hundred lu Stock VeryLatest 3 Virus All kild ifDilifettlts 3JJJIIrIJJIJIlIIIrr r e lei0 r IFresh h116u1b0 i FRIBIE- in e s 1 Shore Drug tthon fort imp Biuilrs cm 11 wise man he duesu l examine her teeth Foundation uflloallb Nourishment is the foundation of health life strength Kodol pepsla Cure is the one great medicine that enables the stomach and diges tive organs to digest assimilate and transform all foods into the kind of blood that the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does the rest Indigestion Dyspepsia and all disorders o f the stomach and digestive organs are cured by the use of Kodol Sold by F P Frisbie 1 Silence is the principal ingredient in the eloquence of discretion No Pity Shown For years fate was after tinously writes F A Gulledge 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 Only25cat McRob erts drug store 1 m Wealth adds to the wisdom of the wise and to the folly of the fool Bronchitis For Twenty Years Mrs Minerva Smith of Danville Ill writes I had bronchitis for 20 years and never got relief until I used Fo leys Honey and Tar which is a sure cure Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m A woman always keeps a large warm spot in her heart for the first man who discovered she was good looking Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long says Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexan dria Ind and could hardly get any sleep I bad 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 chitis and Throat and Lung Troubles Price 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts drug store 1 m A weak man may be his own fool but a vain man is everybodys fool I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have nev er been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since 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 it taken as directed M D Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie 1 Aug Throw a man down and he invaria bly falls against his inclination ratalljr Tortured A case came to light that for persist 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 a cross Electric Bitters and its the great est medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of completely relieved and cured me Just as good for and Kidney troubles and general debility Satisfaction guar anteed bv McRoberts druggist 1 m W S BEAZLBY Dentists Once over Thomp onB store Danville at Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are some of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown In Danville many of which were imported prices range from the papers to the most expen and are on display at our store and of to them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting promptly com petent men Pints and Window Glass We havetbe best paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the market prices AEGibbons 30fl MAIN ST DANVILLE KY The D y s nourisheS m me con 50e and 01 perhaps Only Soc t G C FARIS I Beazley Faris i i i e 8 i e t I cheapest papers 4f Verbena y 4w Liver adjoining F I 7 We ought to raise betterwheat We believe that good Fertilizer properly used will grow better wheat We are willing to back our be lieft WE OFFER 5000 for the best 1 0 acres of wheat raised in 1903 and using Ox Fertilizer boughtof K F TLE 1500 for the next best 10 acres 1000 for the 3rd best 1 0 acres Fuller explanation will be pub dished later Inquire of W O Goodloe or at store a L by f 1 904 POSh 6J riB I l F E j l- t 1 s I i 1 f PQSTL t Dr Price Grant of Danville here Sunday Misses Cotton of Danville are guest of their aunt Mrs Geiger Miss Fannie Doty has returned visit to Stanford friends Miss Hallle Farmer of Stanford I the guest of Miss Mamie Ball Mrs Mollie Martin Richmond i visiting relatives in Lancaster Mr and Mrs J 1 Hamilton ware Frankfort and Lexington several Miss Alberta Hilton has returned from a visit to relatives in Brodhead Miss Ethel West left Friday for visit to friends in North Middletown Miss Mary Arnold is in Lexingtontbr guest of brother MrJesee Arnold Center of Danville have been visiting Mrs Fleece Mrs Lewis Walker has returned from a pleasant trip to Lake Chautau qau Mrs J P Sandifer of Covington been the guest of her sister Mrs J Logan Mrs Osee Bush and son Wade are are expected from St Louis to visit relativesMiss Dooley has returned home from a visit of several weeks in DanvilleMrs Marrs of Knoxvllle is vis icing her parents Mr John Anderson end wife The BB Club will be entertained this Thursday afternoon by Mrs L Walker Miss Edith Morrow is in Lexington the guest of her aunt Mrs JnoT Baughman Mrs Richard Ware of Williams town is visiting her sister Miss Sallie Lou Myers Van Milton Logan has been quite sick for the past few days but is now convalescingOllie one of Paint Licks cleverest yonng gentlemen was in town Sunday Mrs Wllllamsnee Miss Barbara Bus of Williamsburg is the guest of Mrs B F Walter Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford was the pretty visitor of Lancaster friends Sunday Lewis Doty wife and James of Stanford spent several days with Lancaster relatives MrJ B Carter and wife and little Miss Katharine Conn are spending a few days in Louisville Mr Johnson wife and children attended Kirksville fait and visited her sister Mrs Duerson Mr Foley and son Barracks of have been guests of Misses Sallie and Martha Tlllett GeoHarden the most popular mall clerks on the Kay See road was Saturday and Sunday Everybody old young white ored who can get a conveyance is attending the Crab Orchard fair Mrs A H Rice returned to from Nashville en route to her new home in Springfield Ohio Mr John T Baughman and wife and Miss Dove Embry of Lexington have been guests of Miss Dove Harris The pretty baby of Mr Wm Cook and wife was given the premium as the prettiest baby at Kirksville Fair Mrs Wm Greenleaf of St Louis is the guests of her sister Mrs Emma Kauffman her visit being much by many friends in her old home 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 owe me ray or do not ask favow you and not the PERSONALS was from In days a Mrs andson Robinson has M Son J S Lex- Ington oneof orcol Lancaster enjoyed other H M 8 IJ L 0 UL t 3 jr I I per V Y i- Miss Eliza Smith Is the guest of ref Qtivesln Lexington Miss Susie Zanone is visiting in Louisville and Lebanon Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Helen are visiting friends in Berea Prof John K West and Miss Knapp West are visiting relatives In Marks bury Miss Sallie Noel of Danville is vis sting her sister Noel at the Mason hotel Mrs E L Dudderar of Birmingham Ala was the guest of her sister Mrs W M Zanone last week Dr Gilbert a prominent physician and Mason of Van Buren Ky has been the guest of Dr W Burnett Mr and Mrs J E Stormes are expect ed home this week from a delightful trip to several popular summer resorts in New York CourierJournal Miss Violet will leave in a few days to visit Miss Alma and Miss Mary Lear of Garrard eounty Miss Mamie Lillard who has been the beautiful and popular guest ol Miss Theo Hemphill has returned to her home inDanville Mr D W Dunn wife and two of have been visit ing relatives near Paint Lick He is a former Garrardite and a splendid manDanville News Mesdames S C Denny Walter Beazley Fred FrisbIe and Miss Mattie Elkin of Lancaster spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs S Baughman Stanford Henry Tray lor Is spending a few days at Crab Or chard Springs Miss Bessie Yantis- Is visiting relatives in Garrard Rev J E Wolford of Lancaster spent days with Rev 0 M Huey Miss Carrie and Susie Hatcher have returned from a most plesant visit to relatives in Pulaski county The for mer is one of The Records most val ued employees and the latter is book keeper for the Logan Dry Goods Co both most excelent young ladies Our good friend Mr Theodore Cur rey was up on the street Monday look ing after some business matters look ing none the worse from his long ill ness He is one ef the best citizens the town ever had one who was for enterprise and advancement Many warm friends trust he will be spared many more yeas of health and useful nessA most delightful entertainment was the party given by Miss Virginia Goodloe at her beautiful home near Hyattsvllle Monday evening in of her charming visitors The house was beautifully arranged and the night was so lovely that the beautifully lighted yard was the favorite rallying place Miss Goodloe received in a handsome gown of white trimmed in lace The guests of honor looked charming in gowns of white very much decorated with bands of lace Splendid refreshments were served A pleasant affair was given Tuesday afternoon by Miss Bessie Mae Lear at her beautiful country home One of the interesting features of the after noon was the cake contest The first prize was a delightful cake of pink and white the booby a cake of pink and white soap The color scheme of pink and white was carried out in decora tions and refreshments Miss Lear is one of our debutantes with varied and pleasing manners The occasion was the most enjoyable given this season friends will be greatly surprised to hear of the marriage of Capt W J Kinnalrd which took place at Middlesboro about eighteen months ago and which has been kept a secret until this week when he wrote his partnts in this city of the wedding The bride was Miss Lilly McLeod Doom of Middlesboro who is said to be an exceedingly pretty and attractive young woman At present she is in New York city and Captain Kinnaird will go there this week to return to Kentucky with her He is one of the most popular young men in tha state and very deservedly so state agent for a leading life company and holds a lucrative and Responsible position His legion of friends in Lancaster extend heart felt congratulations to Pigeon and bride Business and Bargains Straw Hats at half price J24tf H T Logan Coal Coal We can sell you best grade coal cheap cash Jelllco Birds Eye Cannel SeiniCannel Brilliant Straight Creek and Creek for Let us sell you your win July and August It will be higher than a cats back this winter 7472t H B Nothcott Some nice pigs for sale Potts Bro Oaf C a We can sell you best grades of coal cheap crib Jelllco Cannel Serai Caaael BrlHiaat Straight a saperior article for smithing 7172t HB Nothcott Cai Goal Deal Austin Beazley atJtartoas old stand 1 of coal oil hand at all tlBik They handle oUUiff but the tbeir prfcM ai comet see what they will dyor vjulitf- bw JW tM photographer FrWar Htf is is j j I Miss Lillie Preston sisters Atoka Ky Jno JournalMr an d attractions n ami thing Ifj I l several honor pleasant Lancaster profound His insurance coal for Fair ten coal in for Fire carry all tuck Ring p you s Ii Yore vey r 1 if e r ti r MAHKSBUKY Mr R II Batson of Lancaster was with friends here Sunday Mrs T D Chesnnt and Miss Mary Chesnut are spending scveral days LebanonMr Bogie and wife were guests last Sunday of Mr Mrs Grit Eu banks at Hubble Rev W M Stallings left Monday for Cornlshville where he will assist in a two weeks protracted meeting Miss Mary Mille an attractive young lady of Lexington is expected to be the guest of her aunt Mrs Cyrus Misses Philips Evans and Cook of Stanford were guests Sunday and Monday of Miss Lula Simpson Leslie Harbor sold his farm contain ing 120 acres known as the old Bur dett place to Joe Arnold for 83000 Misses Bane and Knapp West of Lancaster Prof John K West of fouri and Master Robert West Washington D C were quests Sun day of MrsSallie Fox Dr J J Rucker of Georgetown will speak at the Fork church Sunday morning July 26 Subject TemperanceMr Will Mitchell and ty little daughter Lucile of Danville attended services at the Fork Sunday Last Thursday Mr T I Herring one of the largest snakes that has been seen in this community for years It measured six feet Several from here attended a fish dinner at Floyds Mill Wednesday given in honor of Miss Knapp West of Lancaster and Prof Jno K West of Missouri All enjoyed the day Voqfll Contest July 28th McCUEARV Mr John Jackson and family visited relatives in this community recently Mr Zach Simpson sold a horse to Mr Charles White of Richmond for 70Miss Ollie Pherigo of Nicholasville a visitor of Miss Della Ray this Will Dickerson wife and baby gone to Buena Vista to visit their parents Miss Minnie Pherigo and little Annie are visiting the family of Mr Ben Ham B F Broaddus and family are a few days with Mr John Lackey and attending preaching at New Bro T D Broaddus of Kansas is father Mr Morton Broad and also holding a series of at New Antioch church Contest July 28th PAINT LICK Orlanda little son of Mr 1 C Rucker quite sick Miss Sallie Adams is at Cumberland Falls this week Miss Agnes Henderson is clerking for R L Jennings Miss Georgie Henry is visiting Mrs Jurdett Ramsey Alvah Adams sold a nice mare toke Arnold for 100 Mr James Rucker of Middlesboro is the guest of his parents Mrs Pattie Engleman sold to A B Estridge a nice cow lor 4000 Mr Richard Ballard of Bryantsville is visiting his son George Ballard Dr M G Casenburg will leave abort while to locate in your city Misses Bessie a Annie Bell Ballard are visiting Mrs Allie Powell in your city Misses Mattie and Mary visiting their sister Mrs R Jen Mrs Omer McKenney and children of Lebanon are the guest of Mrs Argo Alvah Adams bought a nice cow and calf from Mrs Eliza Tudor for which he paid 13800 Mrs Ben Slavin wife and daughter Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville are the guests of Mrs Ike Arnold Mrs Sallie Leavell and daughter Joe Hellen Marret visited relatives here and attended the Kirksvill fair Mr James Butner who has been clerking for M D Oldham at Rich mond has moved his family back to this place and will cler for R L Jen nings Vocal Contest July 28th All seats same price Does not cost to have seats reserved We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us be tore placing your order Fine of samples on hand McMillln Bros 58tf For sale Salt Lime and Cement received a ear each of lime barrel and bulk Kanawha salt and Portland cement which we sell cheap for 7172t HBNorthcott Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf Vocal Contest 28th July 28th Contest July Sgth Vocal July 28th Vocal 28th- Tooal Comtest July 28th I Vocal Contest July 28th I I at MisS weekMr have spend- Ing Antioch wi visiting his due meet- Ings Vocal II Ina Thompson- are J Vocal i C a C and Day College Wood killed 4 sister ings Margaret line cash Contest t Contest Writ forprices and Drill AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE KentucKy OPENERSMakeeven in seasons The bearing are nar row Give Rood clearance cant and are GRIT PROOF They are as simple as ascythe Last as as the Have detachable heels to shoo made of forged and tool be detached in a second as important as a InterchanQeoble Disk olShoe KY SHOE FURROW ocrausut Wo they are rg HOC Otuu can toa plow Cant work JDIJoILov u j qut aV IlL 1 Otnn Or O1sROwra o OPENERS steel loose LeO KY Catarrh the Stomach When the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that to digest it decays and inflames mucous membrane exposing the and causes the glands to secret mucln Instead of the natural juices of diges This is called Catarrh of For years I suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach caused by Doctors and medicine failed to benefit me until I used Kodol Dys pepsia H Rhea Coppell Tex Sold by F P Frisbie A woman is seldom in a position command until she has given promise to obey Sound kidneys are safe guards life Make the kidneys healthy with Foleys Kidney Cure For sale by C C J E Stormes 1 m This is a hard world Its final gift to a man is a marble shaft Very Remarkable Cure or 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 tem porary relief but it came back again and again and for six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can tell It was worse than death My husband spent hundreds of dollars for physicians 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 Diarrhaea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been cured by it The case was so to my own that I conluded to try the remedy The result was I could hardly realize that 1 was well again or believe it could be so having suffered so long but that one bottle of medicine costing but a few cents cured me For sale by all druggists 1 m A hobby is an idea that goes around a crank Bottle Cured Him I was troubled with kidney for about two years writes A Davis of Mt Sterling la bu bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure fleeted a permanent cure Sold by C J E Stormes 1 m There are fortyeight different spe lies of the house fly and each one ol uses the polished pate of the baldheaded man for a skating rink All Druggist Will Buy JI Back You assume no risk when you Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Remedy All druggists will 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 pleasant safe and reliable 1 m It is safe to say that from two to million dollars worth of wool and potash are run down the streams and wasted annually by sheep raisers of the United States Just About take a Little Early will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles DeWitts Little Early are different from other pills They do not gripe and the membranes of the stomach liver and bowels but cure by gently the secretions and giving these organs Sold by F P Frisbie 1 rn You owe itto your family to have good picture taken so RO to the Fo Studio Friday and have one made The work 13 splendid falls the nerves the CureJ 1 m It to her of I prescriptions- and present similar wonderful U th u Two complaint two u them u bu Diarrhoea refund satisfied three fat II Bedtime RiserIt Risers break down mucous strength- to a a24 tf on indigestion a after Its a arousing We wish to call your attentlcn to the fact that are prepared give you the Best have ever done are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work 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 Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAnderson R A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs JHansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton HemphillWalde J C Hemphill Leslie Harber Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it I e t o o 0 Paintin o and 0 o 0 REPAIRINGo 0 owe Q i WJ RomanS KingsNew 4o000CK 000000C 00000 1 w 0 0 0 6 0 0 sills e 0 0 9 o e e 0 e OmO oAOtaC 6 OmOiO For A Perfect Cure UU61IS and OLDS NSUMPTION Price SIc SUIa For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free Aetna QueenPalatine National Hartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile KINNAIRDINSURANCE RODresentin Followin If If letna Life Ins HartfoItCon R1 of aides oo TWINE Sisal Binder Twine c12 WAlK8SUN innrjnnrjnrznnrv innnnnrTnmnnfinnnnnfTa SB a o o o Tnnnnr I 1 POTTS BROS tTT fcOTtlfc J FEED STORE and EXCHANGE Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 p uUUULOJULgJL UL0 oooooppgflno g PPQOQQ gppoaa QggQBOo J j I 0 GOO nd e l e S E 3 t I I I Old Point Comfort1 I WW III Cheap Excursion RATES JULY On July 29th round trip tick ets will be sold from Ky and all stations from Lexington to Ashland at 13 00 Ticket good 15 days from date of sale For full informa tion inquire of your agent or write JnoDPotts Geo W Barney AGPACinti DPA Lexington Land Stock Crops Never buy a horse of a warm person al friend You will make a poor bar gain and lose your friend Among the best investments a sheep breeder can make is the buying of a dipping tank and a few gallons or ca ses of dip Play shy of a sheep that wobbles as he walks he has been overfed and is nothing less than a foundered and useless animal Poultry should have access to green food if possible and when they can not should be furnished with cabbage leaves or a vegetable of some kind To keep the sheep in good condi tion they should be fed some kind of juicy food Chopped potatoes are ex cellent The oat crop of Oklahoma will be the largest ever yet harvested Sev entyfive to one hundred bushels to the acre is the yield indicated in some of the newer portions of the territory A dealer in wild animals in collected and sold last year 76 lions tigers and panthers52 elephants 64 camels and dromedaries 730 monk eys and a large number of smaller and birds The large breeders of Jersey cattle have started a movement to put an entry fee of 825 to the A J C C on imported Jerseys and Mr L S Hardin of Kentuckpsays their motive is that they are loaded with Jerseys Is it overproduction or underproduction of the breed Dirt roads are worse than for many years and good roads are being talked roads but the only way to have good winter roads here is to pike Much interest is being taken In the breeding of fine stock by many of our leading farmers and we hope In a few years to be up with the foremost coun ties of the State in this respect The Indications are that the crop o bluegrass seed will be very short this year Pastures that have not been grazed will produce only about half a crop while those that have been graz ed will produce much less The seed has headed out low but there Is not much undergrowth to interfere with gathering t f VIA QD 291903 11 I Hamburg animals attempts Lexington L Mrs Emma Sympson near Hodgen ville has on hand over 400 chickens fattening for the market She has sold 65 worth this spring and at sold thirty triers at 30c a piece or nine dollars for the lot son depends on incubators for the chickens and next year expects to go into the chicken business on a large scale saying that it has proved a good investment La Rue County Herald Some claim that a horse can be as cheaply as a steer A calf needs some good grain the first winter The same is true of the colt or filly After the first winter the young of the horse kind will get along on good hay just as well as will the young of the cow kind and then the 4yearold is worth more than is the 4 year old steer thus raised The reference is to stock well bred and not scrubs W M Robb bought Monday of Jas A Hulett of Jessamine county 26 1400lb export eattle at 8465 delivery Messrs Cbarlton Alexander and W O Butler have disposed of their crop of hemp to H C Morgan of Lexington for 560 per 112 pounds Paris A herd of 150 bulls in one lot were sold at Harrodsburg to James Co of Baltimore at 450 per cwt They were fattened at the Jno B Thompson distillery A strawberry farm comprising more than 400 varieties growing on a plot of ground an acre in extent is a exhibit for the Horticulture De partment at the Worlds Fair One hundred and twentyfive square yards of sod have been laid in the preparation of Worlds fair Lawns In addition 72 acres have been seeded to ulue grass by the Department The unfavorable season has greatly injured the growing hemp crop and prices are going skyward Will of Avon sold his crop of hemp recently to Hamilton Scott of Lexing ton for 575 per 112 pounds Boyle is one of the biggest hemp growing counties in the State and owing to the continued drouth the hemp crop will be very light this fall Boyle county farmers have already during the season delivered to the hemp merchants more than five million pounds of hemp or something oyer 250000 worth Unless it is ex ceptionally seasonable from now on the crop for the coming year will nut be worth half that amount I TROUBLE GETTING COAL Strategy Employed by Philadelphia Man to Obtain Xece sarr FaeL This is a true story of how a West Philadelphia man got a load of coal reports the Philadelphia Record He wasnt known personally to the and when he learned that several of the drivers were ill he dressed up in his oldest clothes and went to apply for a job several days but I cant promise you said the coal man This arrangement was perfectly satisfac tory to the applicant and pretty soon he was out to deliver a coal Instead of taking it to destination he drove to his own home and dumped it into his cellar Then he took the wagon back to tie yards handed over the price of coal to the astonished dealer and made a clean breast of the whole affair Well that beat anything I ever heard of said the coal man and so great was his admiration for the new drivers nerve that he let him get away with the trick h onetime Mrs hatching raised immediate Kentuckian Wheeler proposed thousand Landscape Marshall local dealer I guesI can steadywork sent loadof its proper the Sym for ARTISTIC f SME1ORIAb ri If you are considering the purchase of any kind of a monument we conscienwe can serve to entire satisfaction With an Integrity of half a century advanced Ideas in design and construction and aedge of the materials in use enables us to please the most exactingstock is the in Central and onfcbllectlon of original artistic designs Is unsurpassed None better none WM ADAMS S0N 2 KY ur f i1i t0 t b ti kno wi and LEXINGTON i I c List ofClaims Garrard County Biscal Court April term April 7 19 3 The foliwing claims iiKninst the allowed and same ordered paid out of the County Levy for 1903 Arnold Ike day 3 00 Anderson Jab 4 days hauling Austin Lee Esquire sect Anderson Jesse 2 3 75 Arnold II C 8 days banlg 12 00 Arnold KW Sheriff ay election r 200 Ballard GeoTcomrl day 300 Bro wn A B Jr viewer day 1 50 Berkele Eugene viewer 1 day 2 50 BarnsldeJ O 2 days haulg i 3 00 same 6 days hauls 9 00 Bryant 1 days hanlg i 23 Ballard Thos 2 days hanlg 300 Baker Jas M 6days haulg 900 Baker Preston 4 days haulK 600 Brown A B Jr 1 day hanlg 150 Bryant haulg 3 00 BnrnsideBNl day haulg 150 Baughman Isaac 2 days hanlg SOU Bratton Dick 1 150 Ballard RH3J4 days haulg 523 Broaddns Cecil 1 days Burdett H A acct smallpox 1750 Barton It L Judge election 200 Bogie Jno sheriff election and mileage Bourne J B clerk elecclon 200 A Judge election 2 00 Bradshaw T W Judge election 2 00 Bourne S P sitting in court ten days 30 00 same committee ten days Carter J B damages on land Comiey Jas viewer I day 150 Curtis Floyd damages on road 75 00 Casey Bud Cdays hauling 900 Christopher Wm 3 days haulg 450 Cotton Sam 2 days hanlg 3 Conner Geo 6 days haulg 9 CollettDD 6 days hauls 900 haulg Jno D 4 days haulg GOO Creech Jas 1 days haul3 1 50 Creech Enoch 1 days haulg 300 Cook W R Cook Judge election 1902 2 00 Carter Moses holding tuques 7 00 ChristopberAJJndge electn and mileage Denny J N viewer 1 1 50 Doty Will 4 days haulg 6 00 Denny Will 4 days haulg COO DismukesJ W3 days haulg 4 50 Dunn I MSdavs haulg 7 50 Davis Sam 5 days hauls 750 Dunn I M 6 days baulg 900 Dunn English 3 days haulg 450 Duncan Sam 4 daps hauling COO Dunn I putting up booth 300 Dunn I M sitting in court 9 days same 4 days committee 1200 Donohne Jno 6 days haulg 9 00 Durham Charley 2 days haulg 3 00 Davidson Leauder 4 days haulg COO Davss S II sheriff electn and mileage 1 44 Doliins Jas 2 days haulg 3 00 Esttidge A B Judge electn and mileg 3 44 Easley J II clerk election 200 Fain Walter days hauling 300 Folger Mat 2 days hauling 300 Folger Frank 2 days hauVg 3 00 Frisbie F P acct 1720 Fain W II judge electn and miler Ford Timothy shff election 3 44 GIbbs Alex viewer 1 50 Gooch Wm viewer 150 same 6 00 Gsy Jas I day haulg 1 50 Gully D 3 days haulg 450 same burying pauper 5 00 Green Jas 4 days haulg C 75 Garrett Reuben days haulg 3 00 Green Geo 1 days haulg 1 50 Gafney Gib 2 days hanlg Green Jno clerk election 1902 2 00 Gooch WG shff electn and mileage 3 12 Halcomb Steve corar 1 day 3 00 Henderson Robt damages on road 19 So Ham Ben viewer 3 oo Hurt Smith 6 days haulg i 9 oo Hurt Wilson C days haulg 9 oo Hayden Jack 2 days haulg 3 00 Hurt Wm 2 days hanlg 3 00 Hoskins W C 6 days haulg v 9 00 Hcndron Robt 1 days haulg 1 5o Higgins Jerry acct 15 oo Henderson Rl day haulg 1 5o 18 25 Hamilton JasI salary Coo oo Hardin Andrew 5 days haulg 7 5o Hurt Joshua 5J days hanlg 825 Henry C 4 days haulg Coo Hamilton ex officio 5o 00 Hendrickson J G judge election 1902 2 00 Hamiaack A J judge electn and mileg 3 12 Ruble acct for coffin 7 oo PC days haulg 9 00 Johnson las 6 days hanlg 9 oo Johnson Sam 4 days haulg Goo Johnston Jno Tclek electn 1902 2 00 3 Q0 Kavanaugh cliff electn 3 oo Leavell Wm chalnman 1 oo Lear Victor 2 days haulg 3 oo Lawson E D day haulg 75 4 5o Land Frank 1 day hanlg 1 50 LnskElisa salary C5o 00 192 go Leaveil Geo A haulg on road 2 00 Leavell judge electn 2 oo Logan Dry Goods Co acct Mahau Milton viewer 1 60 Marsee Noah viewer 1 So Morahead Wint 6 days haulg 9 oo Murray Jas Tl day hanlg on road 1 So Montgomery Ernest 4 days hanlg 6 oo Mnllius B T mllg as electn officer I9ol 1 44 Marsee Noah judge electn and mlleg Moss judge eleetn 2 oo McGrath B A J 3 days banlg 525 McQnerry Goo McCurdv Joel days haulg 1 5o McQuerry J H elk electn 9 00 clk electn 2 00 Owens days haulg 4 5o Ohearn Thos 1 day hanlg 1 So damages on roan 77 25 Parks JB damages on road Parks Wm damages on road 22 00 Pointer days hanlg 1 5o PrewittN 2 hanlg 3 60 Prather Sam 3 hanlg 4 5o Preston 3days baulg 5 25 Preston Tevls 3 days haulg Preston Hugh 2 days hanlng 3 oo Pollard Tl days haulg t 1 5o elk electn 1902 9 oo Parks JnoB judge electn 1902 2 oo Poindexter K shff electn and mileg 3 44 Patterson G M elk electn 2 oo- PoseyJH elk electn a po Bay LIge 2 days haulg 300 9 oo Ramsey Jas 6 days hanlg 9 oo Robinson GB 6 days haulg 9 days hanlg I So Ross Joe 2 days hauls 3 00 Ruble Jno hanlg Hiram 1 day haulg 1 Ross David Jailer acct 423 80 Robinson GB judge electn 2 oo Robinson A judge electn 2 06 Ray Raymond constable 3 88 Sparks chalnman Xoo Scott Wm 3 45o Skinner Alfred 3 days hanlg 4 So Saddler days hanlg Sanders L 525 Sharp Linard 1 day haulgi l 5o Speaks Jas 1H days haulg Sparks 6 StapsoH Jas 1 day hanlg 1 So Smith K LI day road JB olectn and mlleg Forest sitting to court 9 days 27 same committee s same meet Voo lt 6oo j Q 14 50 00 00 50 43 iH 00 44 00 I 44 I 25 oo 1J 25 So oq B t cunt 1 6 5 days Walker 2 days haulg haalg I 50 3 J 30 225 Carrier W S 5 7 B acct Collier 3 day Sr 27 3 Ford A D salary SOC 00 f M Hogan J acct Ison JS end JB Ison R Joseph J acct 22 93 King Wm haulg W Lane D S 3 days haulg Lawson V A D W B Sam 4 days haulg Naylor J P Ed3 Lige 1 day day 450 Pherigo WT Rout Jun I Ross Joe A 6 days liauIg Rout MaCtie I Ray day hatlg a L3 hulg 225 day haulg JA4od haulg on s rI 3 GO Jr Be l 8 S I were C C tee day azley days 1 139 31 4 days hautg i 2 das L sect ISo3 lrewitt win DuoIS daysbanig 2 day sect Was day 0000 Marshall 3 a hautg bond b lapp 1 day errill Given 4 days ankeruley Thou 2 days baulg I oo cr Fi K 8 Tuggle W i ij daya hanlgon rond 9 21 Tester Alien t 1 So- Thonipeoii Smith 1 days lumlR 1 5o Hnrvey haulg i oo Teirlll Ohio putting bioth 3 oo raudcrpobl Jno damages for pnsswny lo no Vanderi ool J W 4 diyn hanlg C 00 3 oo same 4 lays hauling Goo same Jud3o alecln 2 oo viewer 3 oo WalkerWS2dayshaulg 3oo same Goo Walker Jno 2 days hanlg 3 oo Walker Kemp 1 days haulg 1 So WA 2 days hautg 3 oo Wheeler Jno M 4 days hanlg Goo Warren Joel pay haulg l 5o 2 days hanlg 3 oo Wallace Smiley 1 day hau2ng 1 5o Wheeler Jno 2 days haulg 3 oo Ward Milton 4 days haulg 6 oo Woolwine Chris 3 days hanlg 4 60 Walker Woods 10 days haulg Woo Walker E H 12 days haulg 18 oo Woods days hanlg l 5o same slut electn and mileg Walker LL judge electn 2 oo Welle Wm sitting in court Cdays 18 oo same acct 2 oo West Bob 1 days haulg 1 5o The following clams allowed against the county Oct 1902 vig Amou DrJ A afc Lumber 1812 medical attendance Anderson hauling on road 3 00 Anderson 8 II 5 dayS on road Adams C M 3 days hauling on road 450 Anderson Teen 2 days hauling on road Arnold hauling on road 900 Arnold Ralph 2 days hauling on road 300 Broadus Boy 1 day hauling on road 1 50 Bourne A M E S 5 days hanlg ou road 7 to Bland Jeremiah 15 post 2 23 Bourne J P 2J4 days hanlg on road 3 75 Ballard John 6 days haulg on road 9 00 Burton Robt 2 days hanlg on road 3 75 Brotdns Wm 2 days hanlg on road 300 Bogie Wm 5 days hanlg on road 750 ilonrne J Justice 4 days Com Work 12 00 Same Sitting in Court 4 days 1200 Christopher Othur 6 days road 9 00 Conner Geo acct Lumber 2 CO Conn John 6 days hauling on road 9 00 Coon Geo 4 on road 600 Cultcr C W 3 days haulg on road 450 Cornet Bud acct Lumber 2 GO L 11 haulg on road 2 25 Dally Powell 1 day haulg on road Dartin Mose 5 days haulg on road 7 50 Dorton Jim 2 hanlg on road 300 Justice Peace2 days Coo Same 3 days sitting In court 900 Eason Ed 3K days hanlg ou road 525 Evans Vaid 4 haulson road r oo Elam Coo 4H days road G 75 Fox Mrs S R 5 days haulg on road hanlg on road 225 Fain Wm Judge local option Election 2 oo Gullcy J D sect burying paupers lo oo Graham Den 4 day haulg on road Goo House Hunter 5 days hanlg on road 7 50 Herring Bright days hanlg on road Hendrcn 0 J Zi days haulg on road Ham John 5 days haulg on road 8 25 3 oo Higgins Frank 2 days haulg on road a oo Hardin Andy 3 days on road 4 So Jones James 1 day hauling I 50 Jones G W 6 lays haulg on road 9 oo Johnston W Me Election Commision 2 oo Henry days hanlg on road 4 So Lcdford Jesse 3 days hanlg on road 4 So Same Post for Bridge 3 75 Lackey day hauling on road 1 5o Lane G H 4 days hanlg on road Goo Long Sam 2 days haulgon road 3 00 Lane Wm 5 days hanlg on road 7 5o Lane Tom 6 days hanlg on road 9 oo Lane Howard days haulg on road Goo Lee Milford4 days haulg on road 675 Lane Ben 3 days hanlg on road 5 25 Lawson John todays haulg onroad 225 Lawson days Election time 4 oo Same Sheriff acct 129 10 Same Extra Officers 75 oo Moberly 0 J 5 days haulg on road 7 5o Myers W A 2oft Lumber 691 Moutgnmery Davil day haulgon road 1 5o Marshbank Wml day haulg on road 1 60 Montgomery Isac 1 day haulg on road 2 25 Poor Mit4 days haulg on road 6 oo Prathns Sam 2 days haulg on road 3 oo Prather Sam 1 day haulg on road 1 5o Arch 5 days haulg on road 7 So Pointer Tany 5 days haulg on road 7 So Pointer William 4 days haulg on road 6 00 Preston W P S days haulg on road 5 25 Pollard Geo 4 days haulg on road 6 00 Parks hanlg on road 4 So Parks J B 3days hanlg on road 450 Parks W F 3 days haulg on road 4 50 Parks Fado 3 days hanlg on road 4 So Prather Wm 1 day haulg on road 1 So Preston V G 1 day haulg on road 1 5o C K acct Lumber 4 oo Pierce Frank Judge local Option Election 2 oo Raney Wm 2 daYb haulg on road 3 oo Rout M days hanlg on road 9 oo Same 6 days for haulg on road 9 oo Same acct for nails So Ray Jim D 4 days haulg onroad 6 oo Ross Joe 2 days baulg on road T 3 oo Ray Herod House to hold Election 2 oo Ray John 1J days haulg on road Ray Rather 1J days haulg on road 2 25 Rice J A 3 days banlg on road 4 So Ray Local option Election 2 oo Simpson rAge 1J days haulg on road 2 23 Scott Dennis 6 days haulg on road 9oo Scott Marshall 6 days haulg on road 9 oo Shearer road 3 00 Scott John 2 days hanlg on road 300 Sutton David 3H days hanlg on road 5 25 t days Election com 4 oo Stapp Forest Justice peace Sdays in court 9 oo Same 1 days County work 3 oo Terrlll 4 So Tomilson Henry 1 days haulgon road 1 So Tester tern Sheriff local option Electn 2 oo Vanderpool Steven 5 dayshanlg on road 7 So Wood John W 5 day haulg on road9ol 7 So Same 4 days hanlg on road 1901 Goo Williams Henry 3 days banlg on road 4 So Wearren Thos 6 days hanlg on road 9 oo Walden Mary L sect Lumber o5 55 Wain Elisha days haulg on road 3 oo Wells Justice Piece sitting in court 3 oo Yeakey Fred 2 days 1 hanlg Soo Yeager A F 2 days 1 h ulg 3 oo A COPYiATTEST DOTY Clk Optlomalf of Course Sir exclaimed the offended bridegroom it is customary for the clergyman to kiss the bride Welt er I reckon youre right about that replied the ecclesiastical accomplice with another glance at the brides face but I believe that is attached as a privilege and notrer not asa News Appetiser I cant imagine anything more than a meal at our bearding house said the chronic grumbler No replied the impressionable young man Evidently you never got a kiss your best girl over the telephone Louisville Post Eutlrelr Toe Maria So youve left your place you Nora Oh yes I could never M t the Matter Ob they are sack awfully hard people to get 0 0 upelectn talker A K vIewer days ELI 3 40j 10 00 C W 2 days hauling 7 50 3 00 II C 6 days haul gon dayshaulg 1 days Dunn I cumr wk days haulgon 7 days 1 2 25 I 75 Hill John 2 days haulg on road haul on road Wm 1 W L2 Pointer F 6 2 23 Llge elk John 2 days haulg on G B 3 days haulIng on road W I day eA penaltyBaltimore unsatisfactory Feral I J Test Woo Wee Woo P k t Y h I lay er 2 lays er PG htulg der St rr Wyatt 134 ubluan L D S day winebroni PS P Just aa ave stay here acqaaiatd with oskers State s i 7c Re lei He he w b RALEIGHS BURIAL PLACE of Tlirrc Cliurclteit The question of Sir Walter Ifcilcighs burial place has lately liucn revived in Three churches claim both head and body of the gallant cour tier says the New York Tribune im mediately after execution which took place in Tothill street Westminster on April 29 1018 his wife placed tin head in a red hag and rode olT with it in a mourning coach This treasure she kept for Uri years The buried in SI Mnragarets church hut shortly after the execution laily Ka wrote In her brother Sir Carew asking permission lo bury her husbands body in his church at where she desired also to buried history is silent from that time on It is known however h r the head as lila mother had and according lit the London Daily Chronicle tradition says It was finally burled with him at West Horslcy Surrey Dr l who made a study of history is of the belief that when in vestigation is made tin three bodies father mother son will be found buried together lie has suggested to the liritisli Archaeological society to inscribe the stone under which his body is supposed to be buried in St Margarets London with his name and coatofarms No Knglish memorial tliis universal genius exists The west windows of St Margarets dedi cated to his memory through the en terprise of Dr Farrar were the gift of this country GET THINGS FOR NOTHING rhinit Provide for Tliri is no city in the world where a woman during a days shopping can get so many thinK for nothing as she cnn in New York says the Times of that city M n and women are employed especially to make her comfortable In any One of a large department stores I here is a parlor where she can write ill the letters she wishes to make appoint nuiils with her friends liy tcleihone find a maid to wait upon her a corn partment to put away any purchases she may tuttLe and have them nil tied up until slue is ready to take the train for home She need not leave any one store all day if the weather happens to lie bad She can get an excellent meal there at a reasonable price As she wanders orotund demonstrators art constantly tempting her to try a cup of chocolate or some kind of breakfast food served with cream on dainty little dishes She may no end of artistically illustrated and samples of special foods to take homo with her In at least two stores she may hear a really good concert by wellpaid musicians either in the morning or afternoon If she is accustomed to buying one particular brand of coffee or tea she gets a premium card with every pound that in 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U 1 3xS SSxS8xS Se S LEWIS Y LEAVELL J S ROHINSON President Vice Pre I ORGANIZED 1883 I The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS fiooot 1 B F HUDSON Cashier I W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper i Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embryj Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinuaird SIc TILLET I O o o o o o o o o o o o I493 2 02 2 2 I 2 Oi Ii J3 I j 1 fan I I k0- i r 0 DlBAUGHS OICENTURYBANDAM- OSEMEHTftATURESlUHSORPASSED 11 CI REDUCED i E MAI u EVERYBODY RATES COMlfGPAUL MJUSTIC II That Finish men lor their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Aft Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Kenucky Geo Smith JrNOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a specialty Type writing at reasonable rates at L L Walkers office L ncaster Olee I I I I ISo TrainsLeave Lancaster No10 514 AJI No21 1040AM No22 250 PM No1- 18501s Time in effectNov i r For Richmond Winchester ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia no Paris Carlisle COy ington Cincinnati etc I For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etc i For Richmond and intermediate sta tioas For Stanford and way stations Trains run daily except Sunday Above is SlAVING 10 11 stop at all ala tions when flagged Spring Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Vines t Rhubarb H F o 1903 DLUBGBlSSIUBtBBIBS u HI fIXINGTCN Kra L KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL rKODOL digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the gaa trin glands and gives tone to tho organsdigestive KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain Is the wonderful remedy that Is wellmaklog so many sick people and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that Is con lathed in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding times tho trW size which sells for SOc FnrW salt ky B C CO CUCAM Sold by F P Frisbie Lancaster Lodge 104 2 4BaTH PAMStated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally vited to sit with us R KINNAIRD Secretary Louis LANDKAM Maste 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 me or with Jisf Hamilton and W I Williams my ofLancaster Ky All persons Indebted to salit King are requested settle with me at once ly Ben King Adsai of John W King i I I 1903 with to r h S