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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rOURTEEXTB YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1903 1 I CC J cENTRAT uJU i 3 b R THE RECORD 0f Local Interest Chickens are still high and scarce I Homegrown tomatoes are plentiful I The waterworks bonds sold like hot j cakes Everybody is at the Danville Fair today Several nice showers have fallen re centlyOnly to Cincinnati and return I Sunday Dont forget the Library meeting tonightAn plant will be erected as soon as the water works are completed The 150 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday leaves about 5 oclock Are you going Hats off to the City Council They are for progress Dont forget this is the last day of the Danville Fair Lancaster will no be known as the mossback The present City Council deserves the highest praise from our citizens Go to the Danville Fair today Its bigger and better than ever Today Friday is the last day A Lancaster gentleman is figuring on putting in a steam laundry and tells us he means business Many people are taking Sunday sup per at Zimmers restaurant during the the hot weather The fare is fine The Record prints pictures of sev eral of the City Councilmen in this issue Others had n o photographs but we hope to print them soon Mat Siler who was kicked by a horse court day has about recovered from the injuries The place on his head is well but where he was struck on the slats remains quite sore Judging from the many waterworks men in town Saturday the job of in the Lancaster plant is a nice job to do There were ten or twelve gentlemen here from up East Alex Miller has taken charge of the Danville stage line but this will not interfere with his meeting you at the trains Ring up 122 and a closed car riage will call for you The Fair to be given by the colored people of Garrard and Lincoln coun ties August 27 28 29 1903 will be the biggest event the colored people will have in Kentucky this season Good men are at the head of it big premi ums are offered and a tremendous crowd will attend I 150 townss putting Attention lots in Vlns and IJojJs Shoes We have small lineoftf Summer Clothing aud Serge Coats and Crash Suits we will close out at about half price See our line of 15cts ing price lOcts J p jtJttc ken z OW SIclosi Y sal ric son bro y t Luster some 2octs i Logan Dry Goods Go j if Jjt 1i I it 1 ti NArY t n A new turnpike is to be constructed from Point Leavell through the woods to Hammack the pike will be 31 miles long operations will begin August 10th Eugnso Your Sleeper The diagrams for the C O to Atlantic City on August 13th are now open and all persons sleeping car reservations will please notify Mr GW Barney D P A Lexington Ky at an early date a7tf John Conn Hurt John Conn a brother of the dealer James Conn and expert machinist fell Sunday and broke his right ankle Dr Kinnaird attended the injured man the break while not a severe one will confine him to li is room for some time Fine lUaU Service Our copy of the Cynthiana due Saturday night in Friday of last week The Cincinnati Enquirer sometimes gets day of publication while the Lexington papers come in any old time This is certainly annoying and of the plow hands in the mail should be turned out to graze The hove Season Last Friday the closed season on the doves expired and under the of the game law it will be to shoot them until next spring Reports from the wheat fields are to the effect that the birds are unusually plump this year and some good sport is expected in the stubble patches later on Big In Hay Danville Advocate On account of the shortage of the hay crop in Cen tral Kentucky the Kentucky Supply Company is negotiating for the of 100 car loads of hay in The cost there is S per tonand negotiations are now being made with the railroad for the shipment It is thought that the hay can be laid down in Danville for less than 11 per ton Youngest Merchant Lancaster probably has the merchant in the state We refer to Master Joseph Ballon of the firm of H M Ballou Son The young man is about three years of age yet his name appears in the firm and he is a fullfledged partner lie is an exceedingly handsome little fellow and being the pet of the household Mr Ballou decided to start him in business early in life It is quite a novelty and Mr Ballou is frequently asked who is Finliliic Privllcdgc A number of leading fishermen are organizing a club for the purpose of leasing the fishing and boating priv sledge at the waterwork lake The ad mission fee will be placed large enough to enable the club to pay a stiff price for the lake keep out objectionable characters and have enough funds to stock it with the most desirable fish This is a good idea as it will not only furnish good sport but will keep peo ple away from the lake and off the premises In some towns the fishing priviledge brings the lakeowners a handsome sum and it should not be given away here Killing Near Oryantsvlllo Near Bryantsville Saturday night Jesse Alford a firmer shot Tom Cole man colored inflicting wounds which resulted in Colemans death Sundav night the weapon used was a double barrel shot The men it seems had had previous trouble over some hogs Colman went to Alfords house on Saturday night called him out and cursed and shot at him Alford return ed the fire with the above result Al ford was arrested and is under guard at Bryantsville his examining trial will be held here before Judge Ford Tuesday Important Meeting After considerable delaythose work ing on the proposed library have matters in such shape that a meeting will be held at the tonight Thursday for the purpose of effecting a permanent or ganization There is no doubt that it will be a go if the people will the meeting and show some en thusiasm The leaders in the under taking say they are certain of several very liberal subscriptions which will be forthcoming if enough interest is manifested It is the intention to lo library in the second story of the Sweeney building which has been rented by the W C T U as elsewhere in this issue If you are interested in the Library attend the meeting at the Court House Good Selections President Paul M Moore of the Kentucky Press Association has his committees to the ensuing year and the selections could not have been better made The Executive Committee consists of E AGullion New Castle Local Desha Breckinridge Lexington Herald Lew B Harrodsburg Democrat T C Underwood New Era and Heber Mathews Hartford Her aid The to look the advertising laws of Lew B Brown coati man B C Smlth and Wm Henry Jones Glasgow Re President Moore is to be congratulated upoa the excellent se lections a more capable bird work Ing newspaper ea could sot be f rit New road de- sirIng himself- an afternoon provisions permissible neat purchase grocery son gotten public Court- House attend catethe mentioned tonight announced BopklnsvU j jHarrodsbt ait flat Excursion carriage Democrat came lumbering hereon Illinois youngest the y gun serve Brown after consists Democrat Democrat t Contract feet Wof 1 on Waterworks to 1t Once Plant to Cost 24441 After lagging at the tail end of the procession for many years to now catch step to the music and take her place where she properly be longs right at the head on the front seat of the band wagon Saturday the City Council opened bids and awarded a contract fora splended sys tem of water works The brought quite a number con tractors here and there many bids The contract was awarded to Bradford Co of Louisville This bid was to put the system in complete with the pipes engines 40 fire build the lake and as house Builders say turn over the keys The engines are to be of standard make and all the machihery of the improved pattern The lake is to six acres the dam twentylive high water to stand twenty three feet deep the overflow to be 25 feet wide in a recent issue of The Record the Council purchased ten acres of land on the Geo Evans farm a short distance from town for 1500 The land so lies that by con structing this 25 foot dam the above mentioned lake can be forced the drainage from other lands being ample so experts say to keep the lake full at all times The land lies in a beautiful wood there is absolutely no stream running there to bring in filth or matter of any kind While on this subject we wish to say that we recently heard an expert sent out by the Government to inspect systems of water works discuss the running and surface water question You people at Lancaster are to be congrat ulated upon your plan he said What is surface water if river is not surface water You travel half a mile on any river the smaller ones without the carcass of some dead animal to say nothing of the many little creeks which run from towns into the livers Your lake gets its supply from bluegrass covered lands absolutely clean Now which is the purest the water coming from town branches dead animals and a thousand other equally as dirty sources or that which runs off blue grass pastures We give his words which seem to us as convincing of the purity of the There are to be forty lire plugs sta tioned around the town Now what is that for Lancaster That itself is worth what the whole system will cost The main pipes along the streets are to be eight inches which are used in towns of ten thous and inhabitants The pipes on the side streets will be six inches Thus you see the Council has taken ample care for any growth of the town Two standard engines will furnish the pressure Both will run during the day while only one will be kept in motion during the night The tire in the other will be banked at night so in case of fire the highest pressure may be put on at a moments notice The Record has advocated the in of water works ever since the present editor has been at the helm and we have been so enthusiastic that possibly our readers may think we are overly elated now but we are only giv ing the opinion of men who have ex perience in such matters and who know more about the necessaries than we backwoods sages Experts say the lake with no rain for six months will supply a town twice this size With the usual rains the overflow will be necessary nearly every time it rains Most everybody in town has a good cistern and as the have been made as though wti had no water at all you easily see the supply is all right The contractor has given good bond for faithful fulfillment of contract The work is to be completed thekeys turned over by Dec 1st this year Tne bonds to be isucd by the town are now in our hands being printed and will be ready in a few days They are to bear five per cent and there are forty eight of five hundred dollars each They have all been sold every one was bought by home people which shows Ja good spirit upon the part of local capitalists The entire debt will be wiped out in thirty years To have gone to the river would cost much more money than was at hand and as stated above the question of purity was as important a as that of expense If you are inclined to believe that the river would afford better water we ask you to make the investigation that the City Council did before you condemn the lake idea They consulted people who know about such matters they didnt go to streetcorner sages and goodsbox orators for advice But if you are a doubting Thomas the Council will gladly explain to you the knowledge they received They dldh t go blindly into the matter but gave time and study so our advice is to close adverse now that the matter is settled satisfactorily Lancaster is now lathe fight and up with herjiust llng neighbors so catch step to the music and pull altogether for your home town the best one aiv the map Begin Lancaster- is of were plugs cover feet Asstated landand objectionable cannot especially seeing in putting do AI k advertisement all latest water water principal abundantly the estimates consideration same upon comment Being ever permitted to be placed i r i To Stock tho The Washington City officials have sent a thousand black bass minnows to Bourbon county to be placed in the streams Most of these found their way into private ponds where they wont do the public any good They should have been placed in the creeks where everybody could have a show at them An attempt will be made to get some for the streams next time Paris Gazette Good Neiva ion Ilunte Quail hunters expect this fall to be one of the best seasons they have had for many years Quail do not migrate and hunterscan tell in the how the hunting will be during the winter The past winter and spring in this section have been favora ble for the breeding of the quail Snow did not stay on the ground long enough at one time to keep them from feeding or to starve any of the birds Spring was almost satisfactory for nesting In some sections of the country thousands of young birds were drowned by floods or excessive rains but in Kentucky there has been no trouble of this kind A few young birds may haviMaeejtr drowned the heavy rains early springbut there are still an number of live birds Quail hatch out twobroods each year so the second one is just large enough to shoot when the sea son opens Culls Km to Taw Danville Advocate Members of the Boyle County Fiscal Court have criticised the Advocate for calling at tention to the neglect of that body in causing to have published a statement of the financial condition of Boyle county including the claims allowed during the past year This informa tion should have been considered in a different should have been affectionately appreciated The en tire Fiscal Court is in danger of in dictment and liable to be removed from ollice Bearing directly on the subject is section 3748 of the Statutes County ollicers guil ty of malfeasance or neglect penalty Judges of the county court justices of the peace sheriffs coroners surveyors jailers assessorscounty attorneys and constables shall be subject to in the county in which they re side for malfeasance in ollice or will ful neglect in the discharge of official duties and upon conviction shall be lined in any sum not less than one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars and upon such con viction the office held by such person shall become vacant and the judgment of conviction shall so recite but such officer shall have the right to appeal to the Court of Appeals CjTlicre will be work in the Entered Apprentice degree at the Masonic Lodge Tuesday evening summer during lightit indictment Streams vAry of the unusual Kentucky Havingsecured the building the next step is to furnish it We need chairs couches dishes and in fact any thing that a housekeeper can use We ask the hearty cooperation of all of our friends If they do not wish to donate they can lend these articles No Excuse Now Bradford Co who are putting in the water works wants all the able bodied hands tney can get and are offering good prices Any man can get work who wantfi it Now keep tab on those who win work and when they come begging next winter turn them A NobIe Undertaking The local Womans Christian Tem perance Union has rented the Sweeney building both stories and will at once open reading rooms rest rooms and toilet rooms for the public As stated in a recent issue of The Record the ladies have been at work on the for some time and a few days ago closed a contract for the building The entire house is being painted and pa pered and when the ladies get it fur nished it will be one of the prettiest in the state As stated before large rooms are equipped with all the latest magazines books daily papers all The Records exchanges and in the reading line except etc These rooms will be nicely carpeted with nice desks pens ink stationery and every convenience one may wish Other rooms will be fur nished for ladies with wash basins mirrors towels combs brushes etc This will be a great convenience to those coming in from the country Tables will be provided for eating lunches and a colored woman will be present at all times to attend to the wants of those ladies who desire her services The down stairs rooms are foi gentlemen and plenty of chairs will be placed for any gen tlemen who wish to spend a time reading talking or writing A jani tor will be present all the time and the entire building will be kept invi ting and comfortable during the en tire year The business men contrib uted liberally to the undertaking and in less than six months the people will wonder how we ever got along with out it Ice water in summer and good fires in winter will be a godsend to all especially to those coming in from the country It is understood of course that all these accommodations are absolutely free to the public A member of the Union tells The Rec ord that the rooms will be ready for the public in a short time The are now work This idea is one of the best we have ever known of and it will help the W C T U as it will bring before the public more plainly the noble object for which the Union is organized y C T u matter comfortable painters at net down everything novels wonderfully The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs T S Elkin Saturday The wholesale grocery of Curry Co of Junction City was burned Wed nesday morning Good for Mr Dan Elkin took some of his folks to the Danville Fair Tuesday and three blue ties first on his Pe kin ducks first on White Minorca rooster and first on hen Dan is a mighty clever young man and has many friends who delight in his good luck Lancaster Boy Goes West Stanford Interior Journal George B Harris who has been Mr J S Rices assistant for about a year left yester day for Eldorado Ark to accept a position as telegrapher in a cotton He made many friends while here We give him up with much and wish him success in his new home Mu t Do Something A member of the local committee to raise funds in Garrard for the Ken tucky exhibit at the Worlds Fair asks The Record to call a meeting of citi zens at City Court room Tuedday night at 730 It is very important the Gar rard county take part in this move and now is the time to act the meeting and be there afternoon Dan Secured exchange regret Remember k JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 O L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law A AS Life insurance policies bought As for cash or loaned on for sums 4 of 8500 and upward 0 t t OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCp A G Straw Hats at Half Price Odds and Ends in VLisses and At flianufacturers Cost A big lot of VLens Sho s At Half Price nishing Goods at Cost for next 6O da s j v o yc ycycy ycv MM ycyQ Logan I I II dies Slippers i 0 h H Fr i 4t titw fb L tI T ti1cll t 11 21flY7o St y J Od04440400404000bd04040400044 ji1drns r x 1- fothiiig Yr i k OQOCYO e 1- f PUT ALL AROUND 4 H j IT 0rEN IEE PE wC E Y y7 i 1r and Acomin Never Too Never High for a Disc Plow We prefer to give Field Trials Will prove light est draft and running i I Agoin I I I I I I Tool I I I I Wagner Reversible Hillside 1 1 Dirt is Hard Weeds y I 1 1 I steadiest Postle PERSONALS Mrs T J Hatcher has been quite sick Burnett is visiting friends Charlie West a week Hill is in Danville visit relatives Henry Tribble of Richmond is relatives here Mb s Carrie Lewis of is visiting friends here Maria Griffin of Lexington is visiting Miss Eliza Smith Miss Early of Texas is the guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside Miss Kate Denton has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Miss Eliza Smith has returned a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Jane Jennings of Paint Lick is visiting her sister Mrs Joe Petty Miss Grace Kinnaird is in Middles boro the guest of Mrs A M Kinnaird Miss Hattie Robertson of Cynthi is the guest of Mrs Jennie West Kate and Forest Denton were of Mrs Victor Lear the cast weekMisses Sandifer of Danville are guests of Misses Georgia and Bate HenryMrs George and daughter Miss are visiting relatives in Lincoln countyMiss Stella Huston has returned from several weeks visit to relatives in IllnoisMiss Hayden of Pineville was Friday evening by Miss Fan nie Doty Miss Jane Doty has returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Lewis Doty of StanfordMiss Doty is at home again from a visit to Miss Kate Hood of Junction City Misses Hendren of Cincinnati have been the guests of Mrs James Collier Danville avenue A very handsome picture of Miss Ethel West appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Mrs Sam this week fir Nicholasville to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Duncan Dr W W Kemper of Muncie Ind is expected to be the guest of Miss Altie Marksbury Miss Margaret Tomlinson left Mon day for a visit to bliss Christine Brad ley of Louisville Miss Susie Zanone whohas been the 6ash Talks Bargains in DISHES Bargains in GROCERIES Bargains in SIDE MEAT Cash is what I work for Pay what you get and if you owe me ray or do not ask favors you and H M BALLOU I I Mrs Dr in Illlnois Is In Middlesborospend ling Pearl I visiting I I Miss I I from- a I I lana I I I I I I I I Haselden left I I J I I I I not the I ere I Lebanon Louise entertained i for oth guest of Mrs J M Rains of Lebanon has returned home Judge Hughes has been Maccabee ing at Bryantsville Miss Theo is visiting Miss Mamie Lillard in Danville Miss Ethel West has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Lucy Kerr of North Middletown Mr Jack McRoberts wife and chil dren of Covington have been guests of Mr B E McRoberts Miss Georgia Barnes Doty of Lex ington is with her aunt Miss Lena Bright Paulding avenue Shelby Tribble formerly of this has taken a position in a wholesale grocery Danville Advocate Mr Henry Bar low of Lancaster is with his sister Mrs Wm Woods Alum Springs Mrs Susan Anderson and daughter Miss Amanda are spending the week with Mrs Cyrus Daly of Marksbury Mrs B F Hudson Misses Lizzie Hud son and Lena Rigney have returned from a months stay at Lake Chatau quaMiss Annie Miller returned home with Miss Stella Comley who has been visiting Misses Annie Clara and Miller Misses May and Emma Bodine of Nelson Co accompanied by T J Set tIes have been the guests of Miss Ad die Arnold and sisters Mr R H Batson and Owen Shugars leave this week for Petosky Mich to spend a month Mr Homer Batson of Louisville will accompany them Misses Pauline and Josephine Hock er who have been the guests of their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan have re turned to their home in Stanford Master Lewis Burnett and sister Emarine have returned to their home in Louisville after spending several weeks with Mr T M Arnold and Mr J A Jones returned Friday from a trip through the West He is much improved in health and will move with his family to that country in a short timeMrs Maurice J Harris and Miss Pax ton Edmiston of Louisville and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard are visiting Misses Mattie and Lizzie BeazleyMr T Woolfolk and family of Lexington Mrs Margaret Harris and Miss Effie Finnell of Kansas City Misses Lena Palmer and Lee Prewitt of Kirksville were guests of Mrs Wm Lear the past week Prof John K West who has been the guest of Mr J K West and family left last Saturday for Bagdad to visit his cousin Mrs Bayne before returning to Harrisonville Mo He made many friends in Lancaster and vicinity who will be glad to welcome him again in the near urture Danville News Miss Jaynie Shu mate who has been visiting relatives in Lancaster has home Mr Josh Mock has returned to after an absence of several months in the West He is looking well He states that he has been all over the West since he departed Merchant J W Perrin weighs 215 pounds is over 6 feet tall and I am as active as a 2yearold he remark ed to a reporter of the Democrat He also intimated that as hes feeling good he would like to play Jim Cor bett a few minutes and go up against some man his size con test How would it do to arrange a meeting between Mr Ferrin and one of the candidates for Congress Hon Harve Helm It could be pulled off in the Deep Well woods near town and 1000 seats sold at 5 each It is being freely discussed but no date has baen agreed Shoe Shop Moved- I have moved my shop to room over Mess meat market corner Public Square and Lexington streets where prepared to do the best work at moderate prices T J Hatcher Gardens are looking up since the rain QAny man who wants work can get it right here at home now Shuck your coats ye loafers No homegrown water melons yet but the melonchollc days are close at band office Richmond Carrie returned in a loround upon StantordDemocrat I am very t family Danville f Business and Bargains to Taxpayer State and county taxes are now due and ready to receive same Call and settle now as there Is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson S G C I will give Five Hundred Dollars for information that will secure arrest and conviction of the party or parties who burned my store on June 30th 1903 Paint Lick Ky Some nice pigs for sale PottsBros Straw Hats at half price j24tf H T Logan Great Bargains in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers H T jul24tf Hemp Reaper sold by Gaines Bros has no guards and has no equals872t Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so gd to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work U splendid Sales of Deering Hemp Machines are spreading like wild fire See our new machines before purchasing Gaines Bros 87 2t 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 Brosm58tf When you want to get your mon eys worth go to J T Williams and buy genuine Jellico Coal the EastTen nessee that runs i cannel and the best that comes to Lancaster J T Williams Ideal Hemp Reaper pulls light double motion handles hemp nicely Has no equal Try one Sold by Gaines Bros 872t A Bargain For sale my residence on Richmond street a large G room house with one acre of ground beautiful shade and fruit trees stable buggyhouse and all convenience Apply to Mrs Osee Bush or R E McRoberts 2t Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley at Bartons old stock of coal They handle are correct Ring up Wq 5 and see what do for you ju10tf Alex has a splendid closed carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrive into the country or make calls His are reasonable horses first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 FAINT LICK Mr Will Cotrell got his foot badly mashed while lifting a rock A large crowd of young people from here spent Sunday at Flat Lick springs Miss Annie Adams of the Veranda Hotel who has been very sick is im provingMiss Galloway of Lexington spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Louella Arnold The Presbyterian parsonage has been painted which adds very much to the appearance Mrs Bettie Hudson who has been visiting Miss HoilleCampbell to Lexington Wednesday Mrs Pattie Engleman and little daughters Christine and Margaret are visiting relatives in Stanford Miss Jennie Chalmers sister of Mrs C S Young left last week to spend the summer in South Carolina her brotherMr Goodloe Lancaste was here Friday negotiating with the of putting up a ware housin Paint Lick The merchants who lost their and goods by fire will soon erect the latest modern brick building and be in position to serve their patrons as usual Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Notice 8500 Reward A B Estridge Logan a24 tf hanging Coal oct 1 Miller returned o f parties view o lain reward stand ca an i ease n hand at times nothing but a be ad their prices the will rates very with with buildings Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered will interest many A rundown system or despondency Invarlbly pre cede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kid ney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 1 m Religion is a business that some men play at DeWltt the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DC WITT on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by F P Frisbie 1 m Doubt cannot exist where faith is well cultivated Save the Children Ninetynine out of every one hundred diseases that children have are due to disorders of the stomach and these disorders are all caused by indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Chil dren thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages their growth and development Mrs Henry Carter of Nashville Tenn says My little boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion ever since he was born I have had the best doctors in Nashville but failed todo him any good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby I recommend it to all sufferers Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie 1m You cant tell the tombstone where the soul is located Dysentery Cured Wlthou t tbe Aid ofa Doctor- I am just up from a hard spell of dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a wellknown merchant of Drummond Tenn I used one small bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured without a doctor I consider it the best cholera medicine in the world There is no need of employing a doctor when this remedy is used for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint in any form either or adults It never fails and is pleas ant to take For sale by all druggists 1 m- All the world loves a also loves to laugh at him Physician Healed Dr Geo a practicing physician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty years write his personal experience with Foleys Kidney Cure I had been greatly bothered with kid ney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate gland I u s e d everything known to the profession without re lief until I commenced to use Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three bot tIes I was entirely relieved and cured I prescribe it now daily in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all physicians for such troubles I have prescribed it in hundreds of cases with perfect success C C J E Stormes 1m The most that any prosperous rascal can wish is to be let alone Boy Cured of Colic after physicians Treatment had Palled My boy when four old was with colic and cramps in his I sent for the doctor and he morphine but the child kept getting worse I then gave him half a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy and in halt an hour he was sleeping and soon recovered F L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilkins Is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by all druggists 1m A fat man must become very sick before he can any sympathy Quick relief for A hm Sufferer Foleys Honey and Tar affords relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure C C J E Stormes 1m condition I I In n Y III flux for chU loverand u Ewing For years yearS taken stomach build U haying 4 w injected secure immediate R KINNAIRD INSURANCERepr- esenliDEFollflwiniCofflianles Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile W S BEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp sons store Danville st ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 53 M Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky New Stage Line Lancaster and Danville New Vehicles Fresh HorsesL- v Lancaster 8 A x Ar Danville 1030 A M Lv Danville 2 p M Ar Lancaster 430 P M We wish to call your attention to the fact that prepared give you the Best Cairiap Rritihi jj and 4 we have ever done Yon are not kept O out of the use of 4 your vehicle long V 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 Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N Anderson B A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear BL Kelly Bobt Galley Mrs J H West W B Cook Mrs F M Farm F J White L Davidson J S Daniels JUB Henry Mrs Gill W A Burton Walde J C Hemphill Leslie Harber It lema Life Ins HartfordCom t a G C FARIS I Beazley Paris M N Alex MillerProprietor i w e to 1 f o WJ Romans P D I I I I II I j s I I I I I I I I I I I og 00000000 Cl 8 C Care L E PAIRINGs 0 i your Tired Has yqurWheat w v Buy a Wheat Drill and a Little Fertilizer of AND SEE THE CHANGE Are Horses It r IF po 0 T kc Ei 1 2 1 c L I been Poor F S K1 V Yy3 p- sa a t LF b Do you Then Use ry for that 7500 liketo Raise Good I Crops I i ox iFERTILtIER11 K rF- Postie AND HARNESS I cheap for the next SO days f 4 1 t ROMANS M e- w t BUGGIES ELMORE CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JT o SecondClou Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 7 7903 Now that the mountain has been climbed the task of securing water works Record wish es to express hearty congratulation the City Council They have working on this proposition ever since they were elected and many plans have been discussed They are among our leading business men and few would have given the time and worry to the matter that they have They have been criticised as are all men who ry to build up Lancaster but they kept their council sawed wood and said nothing when criticised by people who ought to know better They realized that the people elected them on the water works ticket and that they have oeen faithful to the trust all will readily agree The building of the system was viewed from every possible standpoint and with Lancasters taxable property we venture to say that no men could have adopted a better plan Of course there was adverse criticism to the plan but they might have adopted any other and some men would have thought otherwise You cant get ev ery body to see the same thing the same waytheres bound to be a of opinion so now that Lancas ter is to have water the question is settled as the town has a chance to prosper and build up lets forget all old scores every body put a shoulder to the wheel and make our pretty tle town what she should be We are all one large family so lets have no more backbiting no more of tbe ef forts to pull down a struggling but stand by one another in all that is right dwell together in unity and the God of love and peace will de light to dwell in and with us When Paul said that the love of money was the root of all evilhe lash ioned a key which unlocks most of the situations presented today says the Winchester Democrat It is that love which sells votes and law which fal sifies action that should be pure which purchases or sells favors in charters and decisions which softens sermons to the sins common or preferred which debauches legis latures judges and juries which sac rifices armies by treachery and de stroys soldiers with bad provender and with adulterated drugs which sends sailors to sea in rotten timbers which defrauds banks by forgeries which ruins credit with lies which cheats insurance companies with pro duced fires and which makes the of labor the prey of the own venal officials Those who love work study culture charity justice fair play honesty thrift selfrespect education and doing good to others more than they love money Those who regard wealth as a religion have no reason to be envious of those in whom the love of money is the master passion The Lexington papers have been fu ming and fussing among themselves over the recent hanging over there Tut tut boys that wont do What you want to do is get together and hustle for more hangings Boost em up clamor for hangings and plenty of them There is no danger of an overproduction of executions over there as well as in the state at large Frisco doctors claim to have a cure for lockjaw What is needed in these days of slanderous gossip is more lock accomplIshed The lIt v difference j fellowman organization ton jaw something that will cause it If those jaws who wag to grind out vil lianous slander could be eternally locked it would be a Godsend to the country 1 Experiments made in New Jersey show that mosquitoes are greatly af fected by music The class of dealt out these days would no only affect mosquitoes but ted to put most any living thing in its grave It would be interesting if the young women who go bare headed in summer would start the fashion of go ing bare footed remarks an exchange Yes it would set the people to won dering how the dear girls get No 8 feet into No 3 shoes A New Jersey womans reason was restored by her falling from a third story window to a brick pavement We know some people who need off the Washington monument The man who talks about the hot weather is an angel of mercy to the fellow who talks politics and tells you of his physical disabilities End or Ether Fight Two physicians had a long and fight with an abcess on my right lung writes Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New for Consumption The benefit I received was striking and I on my feet In a few days Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by McBoberts Drug Store Price 50c and 9100 Trial bottles free 1 m Davy Crockett la Politic As an example of Crocketts early electioneering methods one might mention his first canvass for the Regarding this he says I didnt know what the Government was I didnt know but General was the Government Meeting Colonel Polk later to be President Polk the latter remarked I think possible we may have some changes in the judiciary Very likely Davy very likely and discreetly withdrew Well he if ever I knowed what he meant by I wish I may be shot I never heard there was such a thing in all Again Crockett in what is called his autobiography a work which he no doubt in part dictated or at least authorized gives the following of one of his speeches to astran ger at Raleigh while Crockett was en route to Washington to take his first seat in Congress Said he Hurrah for Adams t and said I Hurrah for hell and praise your own country And he said Who are you Said I Im that same Davy Crockett fresh from the backwoods half man half alligator a little touched with turtle can wade the Mississippi leap the Ohio ride a streak of slide down honey locust and not get scratched I can whip my weight in wild cats hug a bear too close for comfort and eat any man posed to Jackson Potent Pill FJeararn The pills that are potent in their and pleasant in effectare DeWitts Little Early Risers WS Philpot of Albany Ga says During a billions attack I took one Small as it was it did more good than calomel bluemass or any other pills I ever took and at the same time it effected me pleasant ly Little Early Risers certainly an ideal pilL Sold by F P Friable 1m t f 1 harmony is calcnia total compared stubborn JF Discovery Legislature Jackson replied comments judiciary nature account I snapping lightning a p action was i o ae are MONUMENTS GBAHIK To figure as LOW and sell as men a grade of work as any one else in the business today We we we know we are doing our steady of boil neas proves Our customers is par motto we are supplied with the latest designs and are prepared to you ANY in this line you want We are at your ser vice call drop a toward Jouiity Marbla forkSTANFORD wa AIM tEA8E or calf lci i 17 JIAiBL know are Ito increase TO PL furnish THING may r q STILT 7- L I I1 Only A And Yawcob observing his dog Schnitzel spake unto him as follows You vas only a tog but I vish I vas you Yen you go bed in you shust darn round dree dimes und lay down Ven I go met my bed in I hat to lock up de blace und vind up the clock und pud de cat out und undress myselluf and my vrowvakes und scolds den der baby vakes und cries und I hat mit der house aroundden maybe ven I gets mysellut in bed it is dime to get up vonce more again Yen you gets up mit you bed stretch yourselluf dig your neck a lit tie und you vas up I hat to light der fire und put on der kittle scrap some mit my vice alretty und git myselluf breakfast You blay mit der day all round und hat plenties of fun I baf to vork all der day round und hat plenties of drubble Ven you die you vas dead Ven I die I hat to go to hell Blatter NINA Mr Robert Conn of Manse visited his daughter Mrs E G Creech last Sunday Mr Richard Clark and family of Cov ington visited W A Wheeler and ily last week Mr and Mrs Preaches vllle visited their daughter Mrs J B Curtis last week We are glad to report our and hope they will soon enjoy the blessings of health Rev J M Bruce pastor of Freedom church is conducting a series of meet ings at the schoolhouse Preaching only at night Mr Joe Prathers horse became frightened while driving along the road ran away and tore the buggy up but Joe was not account of the postofflce getting burned with all the fixtures our mall services was delayed for a Week but is now in running order to tion of everybody On the night of July 22nd the store house of E G Creech burned with postofflce When discovered the flames were beyond control There was saved It is hoped that Mr Creech will rebuild and resume business for he is a clever gentleman and likes him as a business man A New Kind of Potato BBC Richmond Register We were shown specimens this morning of a new potato bug culled from the crop of Umbrella Jack Buckner which are fiendish enough in shape to haunt one for a week In size and they are somewhat similar to crawfish with the additional of wiry horns and cloven hoofs They are said into the heart of potato completely boweling same Should they prove numerous they will become a serious menace to the crop this year So far we have heard of their presence in this one instance and hope there will be no others Mr Buckner will be grateful to any naturalist who will classify and name the genus of his Tobacco Outlook The 1903 burley tobacco crop will probably be a light one says the Tobacco Journal The high pri ces now being paid on the breaks and in the country are largely due to this fact Shippers to the Cincinnati mar ket estimate the acreage to be from 10 to 26 per cent short year and last years crop was considerably below the average It would seem that a large crop not contempla ted by the originally owing to the scarcity of labor and the low pri ces prevailing and the acreage was later reduced by unfavorable wealher to prepare the ground and set the plants In localities plowing was done when was either too too dry una voidable on of the leng dry spells which took turns about in keeping the growers from catching up their spring work Eat ill jre Waat Persons troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia eat all they if they will take Cure This remedy the etofeach for the retention and assimilation of all of the wholesome food may Veieaten sad the dlgMtire Ito transform the 8treB tku Sold by F p r c a 3t Hog mil your to walk him you yetBoompernickel fan Lunstord of sick Improving burt- On the nothing everybody appearance accou- trements todig invaders western wetor This eau d l IIiP8J18Ja enables shun satisfa was the disc onset was owners most was account wand with want reception digestion that sere faiths kladbt blood that gin health alai Irli ea About tbe II Mn- pA prominent hemp grower was by the Lexington Herald and said 25 per cent of the hemp now growing in Fayette and hemp growing counties of Ken tUQjcjr will be broken Throughout Blue where the drouth has been most severe on the best lands he continued hemp shows the need of rain very badly Most of it is not over three feet tall and is blooming Whenever hemp blooms and the stem gets hard and dry no amount of rain will do it any good The yield this year will be very small and as a matter of course the price will be higher Mr W J Lough ridge tells me that he has bought 8100000 worth of hemp and in many instances he is buying it in the field The market price of hemp is now 550 a long hundred Dynamiting A wellknown citizen of the McCoun Ferry vicinity while in Harrodsbqrg day said to a Democrat rep resentative that the continuous work of men dynamiting for fish in theKen tucky river had done an immense amount of damage and thousands of fish had been killed and could be seen floating on top of the water At times the stench arising from the river is so bad that the people in the vicinity can hardly stand it and are forced at times to keep their doors and windows closed The terrific explosions have caused the banks of the river in many places to give way and large trees slue off Into the water and can be seen standing with the water up to the break loose and slide off into the the people are considerably wrought up over the matter This unlawful practice of fishermen has been going on a long while and the good citizens will use every effort to have it stopped VUltiDK Kentucky Elks Fair You cant lose the Lexington Elks They are visiting all the central Elks Fairs this year again as usual and have made a hit wherever they have gone At Georgetown last week they chartered a special train of electric cars over the new interurban road Not only did they go themselves but they took several thousand people with them The railway could hardly handle the crowd and had to lease special cars from Lexington The Lexington August 1015 inclusive and there will be all kinds of features to be seen there this year DeBaughs Band of Chicago with thirtyfive musicians will play there will be running and trotting races daily the stock rings will be fine and there will be plenty of amusement for the ladies and chil dren The biggest crowd on record is expected this year The railroads have granted a rate of one fare tbe round trip from all points in Land Stock Crops The average yield of the wheat of South Australia is six bushels per acre and the surplus available for export 130539 tons The United States for the year June 30 this year exported 200 947637 bushels of wheatincludincr the According to the census statistics the combined poultry and egg product of the United States exceeds the of the entire output of precious metals and is six times greater than the wool produced Foleys Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disordered or bladder 1m California wants 2000 laborers to help harvest its fruit crop and has an agent Murphy at Washington City hunting for them Hesays the pay will be 8150 to 8250 per day to ability It is announced that important ports in Manchuria China are opened for American flour meat and our trade generally and it is very probable that our exports to China will increase In the next few years A correspondent of the Drovers Journal jot Chicago writing from Dundee Illinois says that three acres well set two years in alfalfa be sold 9110 worth of hay last year and had the fourth cutting leftfor his own use It Is equally promising this year be says Many persons in this community are suffering from kidney complaint who could fatal results by using Fd leys Kidney Cure C 0 J E Stormes lm The Dally Trade Bulletin estimates winter wheat yield of the United States at470 000000 bushelsand wheat at 265000000 total Bulletin states that the place the worlds wheat crop at 60000000 bushels short of last years yield Farmers Bulletin No 135 by the Department of that a hay contains 44 pounds of altrogen 827 younds of phosphoric acid 5095 pounds of potash and 40 log of lime leguminous plant al falfa draws the larger part of its nit rogea from the air and so In the soil What is difference between poultry pop C- Mlfkkbn pwritry ir soaethlsg g 0 t r interviewed t Gr the other branches Great strips ot land will river- a n Kentucky Lexington Fairs Kentucky harvest ending quantity in the flour expected The corn exports from the United States for the year ending with June was 74300370 bushels For the same tIme last year we exported 26924268 bushels value kidneys C C J E W aC- cording rapidly estimates heal end thugs that beto a cr rt J e t4 Not other he 4S bylaw interurban Storm H from avoid and the 735000 bushels The Agriculture says ton etalfalfa Beluga increases I the Rbyr Blvd are esi 00 lens cal to 40 at owns himself The yield and cost of growing an of tomataes is put by thePract Fruit Grower as follows The I o cost of an acre of tomatoes is frcm 40 to 60 the range of yield from 75 200 crates prices vary from to 60 cents per crate These replies are based on experiences In 1002 Small plantations carefully tended usually the largest crop and net the profits per acre Fifty acres least are necessary that carload shipments may oe made The kicking milk cow is a vexation and a regularly recurring tribulation Unless she is of surpassing valne as a breeder better give her her The time spent in applying straps and ropes and anti kicking devices to prevent her from is wasted for she will never be broken of the habit Sell her and a cow without vicious habits Or better yet raise one A cow you rats yourself will never be a kicker unless she is expressly trained to be one When you want a physic that fs mild and gentle easy to take and cer tain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists 1 m Ohio and Kentucky tobacco growers expect to get high prices this season because of the indicated shortage in the Southern crop Official has been made that the high prices for cotton have resulted in a in the tobacco acreage and a corresponding increase in the cotton area Southern advices are to the ef fect that the profit in cotton is so large under prevailing conditions that tobacco growing will be abandoned in many sections this year Under the circumstances many of the leaders in the trade look for high prices this year especially since the weather in some important areas of the tobacco belt has been bad thus far To go among the produce houses of the town and about the stock scales of the depot would give sufficient that Larue county farmers are not attempting by any means to live on the unreliable crop of wheat At the produce houses chickens and eggs are rolling In by the wagon loads and are selling at one price At the stock scales hogs and sheep are being and exchanged for bank checksand in a lively manner The wheat crop has long been the dignified crop of our country but farmers are rapidly los ing confidence in it and have not the respect for it they once possessed for the reason that in late years It has made them but little money while the corn erop and bogs together with the chicken and egg crops of the small farmers has been the salvation of the farmers of this Herald The largest poplar log ever taken out of Letcber county has just been taken from the farm of Isaac Potter Boones Fork farmer and floated down the Kentucky River The tree in question contained three 15 toot cuts and the tip cut contained 3500 feet of lumber and was nearly seven feet in diameter It required four yoke of oxen to pull the logs from the mountain side The tree netted the owner nearly 200 There are several other mammoth trees further up In the mountains of Boenes Fork which are soon to be taken out The American farmer does not hoar his cash He does not like the of southern Germany know the system of banking Prosperity for him means a rise in the standard of living or an improvement in the equipment of productioneitber of which constitutes effective for the labor of the non agricul tarsi classes And finally it should be observed in this connection that the American farmer Is a rule his own landlord This makes an im mense difference in the extent to which agricultural prosperity Is dif fused throughout the community his own landlord he receives as a portion of his income the rent that accrues on his land This not only puts at his disposal a larger sum of money to be expended but it places the expenditure of this amount in the hands of a class whose demands a large quantity of common ordinary goods This of Itself is a significant fact for a moments consideration makes it evident that an increase in tbe available wealth of a small aristo class must be followed atively slight industrial consequences as compared with the results of a dif fusion of an equal amount among a large body of intelligent consumers Thus from every point of view Ameri can agriculture is in a to control in large measure the activity of the American people The prosperity ot the farmer if not synonymous with the prosperity of the nation is an essential for Industrial activity The Heath Faulty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insigni ficant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bocklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best salve on and will prevent fatality when Bums Sores Ulcers had threaten Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store lm Luck may and lock may real merle hangs on forever BsHi A grievipus wail oftimes comes a result of unbearable pain Iron over taxed organs Liver complaint an thanks to Dr Bugs New Life Pjlk they put aa end toitalL They are gentle thorough then by McRoberte Drag Stow l tat produce dispensation kicking buy announcement decrease evidence sectionLarue County peasant blue stocking an demand by rela industrial widespread Piles d Oo But i lo b man acre while greatest fastenings weighed Being ardor erotic condition earth Come gout Para t teen Dizziness Backache bits u of tam L 1 r KentucKy KY DISK FURROW OPENERSMake perfect seed Insure good stands eyes seasons The bearings are nar row Give clearance cant and ORIT PROOF They simple as Last as as the Have detachable heels to shoes they are made of and tool in a second as important as a clip share to a plow Cantwork loose y t niiiaiiit MPUUBSCT Farmers See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER T B WftLKER SON Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside Let us furnish the material i t J iL beds KY SHOE FURROW OPENERStxrawruwa Men caD be detached E tO I Jr dur t w ii t rare areas OnsOAmo ptmom steel wrimbr aid AME CAM DIK0 MACSEE ufsvrc re for 1 dO0a00a04040oaaaa 0 aoooooooaoaoaooaaaaooaooo M ROBERTS s DRUGSTORE OUR STOCK OF NOW READY FOR YOURINSPECTION iObO0A00oQ9 YEHI C L E SIS Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Over KOI ID Stool Tie io 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 OOOOOOOOO O OOO O O O O O O O Fresh Vacine Virus Allkiidiflisiifcttiite Store v w Jb Two Hundred Very Latest Rovelties I 3 JIIIIIIIIII DiUu f s 1 FRI8IE8 T y it fi 1 ay POTTS BROS 1 a 4- t 1 FLOUR FEED and EXCHANGE STORE 3 Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed 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 0 QIRJMLQ J P PJ MJUULt SAPJL Jl flAQAQA JLtAPJL0iO l 3 I corn ATLANTIC CITY Without change the Scenic c o Through Washington and Philadel phia with stopover Privilege Re turning Special train will leave Lex ington 1140 JL M Thursday iipfl 13 1903 Bound trip rates 81400 Tickets good 12daysThe best Route and the best time to see Atlantic City at its height Through Pullman sleepers from to Atlantic City For further information and circulars address Jao D Potts Geo W Barney AGPA Cinti0 DPA Lex Ky McCREARV Miss Irene Simpson has gone to Wil more to stay a few days Mrs Kirby Grimes of Winchester has been visiting her sister Mrs Davis Sutton Bro T Broadus is holding a few days meeting at the old Bethel ChurchMiss Hill of Buckeye made a flying visit to her aunt Mrs Roy Beazley last week Mr Z T Smily and wife from visited Mrs P G Warner relatives last week Misses Maggie and Susie Hendren of Cincinnati were visitors of Mrs Tom Royce a part of last week Miss Jennie Harden of Decatur Ill arrived last Monday night to visit her many friends in and around this place Miss Ollie Wilds of Nicholasvllle who has been the pleasant visitor of Mrs Will Dickerson returned to her home a few days ago BUCKEYE I Miss Lena Palmer of Kirksville friends here last week Miss Fannie Mae Miles opened her school at Sycamore Valley last Mon dayMr Robert Brown and daughter Miss Bertha of Kirksville were here Sun dayJennie Hardin of Decatur Ill is spending a few weeks with relatives hereMr Sam Cotton and Mrs J M Walker are spending two weeks in Lovington IllinoisMr Bay ef Farksville is spending a few days with his brother Dr Bay Grimes of Wihchester made a short visit with relatives here last week Miss Irene Simpson was the guest of friends in Wilmore the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs Z T Smiley of spent a portion of last week with here Mr and Mrs Jas Easley and children are spending several weeks with rela Lives in Illinois Mrs Fred Sutton and two daughters Misses Flossie May and Lucy of Lex ington visitors of Mrs J E Dicker What a monotonous old world this would be were It not for the delusions therein Young man if you cant marry a girl dollars you are lucky to ry one with sense Time is the capital of the intellect tual man I J To t vIa j 1 visited Lexington relatives with mar t t a Lexington Lexington another Mrs Kirby are son r r We would like to ask through the columns of your paper if there is any person who has used Greens August Flower for the cure or Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that has not been we also mean their results such as sour stomach fermentation of food habitual costive ness nervous dyspepsia headaches despondent feelings sleeplessness fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver This medicine has been sold for many years in all civi lized countries and we wish to cor respond with you and send you one of our books free of cost It you never tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing If so something more is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store G G Green Woodbury N J Aug 29 WALIACETON I E W Baker had a good work horse to die Sunday- J B Wallace and wife both of whom have been sick for several weeks were out at church Sumdav The excellent rain last week was very much appreciated by our although it was rather hard on some of the hay already cut but not stackedThe church has just been enclosed by a new wire fence so that under the church floor is no longer a favorite rendezvous for the hot and weary log Quite an improvement C H Baker wife and daughter J A Baker wife and daughter Frank and family Henry Wylie and ram ily and E W Baker and son Lewis the county Sunday school at Kirksville on Wednesday 29th ult and report an excellent time A hungry mountain boomer like ourself offers no apology for that those good Kirksville women not only can but did for the occasion prepare a dinner altogether fit for the gods and their hospitality in general seemed to compare quite favorably with the dinner On Saturday and Sunday the 8th will be held at the M E church here the last Quarterly of the College Hill charge for the present Conference year The new church will not be ready for at that time as it was hoped it would be but will probably be three weeks later August 30th A most excellent job of plastering has been completed by Messrs Arnold and Leake of Lancaster but the doors and windows have not arrived and hence the completion of the will be unavoidably delayed This is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure and of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles without losing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but severe Coughs Bronchitis Croup and especially for Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and morn fogs there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Begular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug StoreAug 29 I e curedand ser- Ious s I z e farmers Taylor attended convention say- Ing and 9th Inst meet- Ing dedication dedicated II cuoar treatment Ynted hour n I Our Stock of Monuments Nand superior facilities forproducing them at low prices give unusual Cages to ill buyers Consult Our experience of halfa century in the bos wortk omethiBgk None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SONy n r mess fj y J l yLEXINaTONi II 4 rjt0r 1 r v adv its lei f r Y t 1 4rtS I MAUKSIURY Miss Aminda Anderson liaR return ed to her homein Lancaster after a pleasant visit lo her sister M rs Cyrus Daly Mrs Miram Peters of Lancaster is spending several weeks with her broth er Mr T I Herring Mr John Dennis and family of Lan caster were guests Sunday of Tom Barker Miss Mae Robinson visited Miss Annie Perkins Saturday SundayMisses of Washington county are guests of Misses Carrie and Arnold Miss Willie Mae Stallings was the guest Sundays of Miss Wadie MarcellusDr Herring of Lancaster was the guest Sunday of his brother T I Herring Mr Jessie Thomas wife and baby of near Lancaster visited their parents here Sunday Henry Parks of Danville bought of J W Simpson some corn at 5 per Barrel also some hay at 50c per hun dredA D Hughes sold a bunch of sheep to B F Robinson at 250 per head T Herring sold a bunch of fat sheep to same at2c per pound Misses Layton and Adkins of Mc Creary have been spending several days with Mrs Will Broaddus Miss Lucie Marsee opened her school at Mason school house July 27 Miss Catharine Moore began at Rice Acad emy Monday August The County Superinteudent Mason school house the Trustees have had it repaired and painted A new fence was also It is now one of the nicest houses in the county MrThaddie N Aldridgespent night and Sunday in with his uncle Mr J R Ilaselden Saturday night after 10 oclock Mr Harry D Aldridges home was invaded by what he at first supposed to be a burglar or lunatic Mr A was asleep his wife told him there was some one at the door The man asked to be let in all the time talking about his com rades and sheriff Arnold The man was minus coat and hat his hair stand ing on his head like Giant Despair He went to one of the back doors and tried to get in Mr A was now close enough to find be was alone and full of whisky Mr A told him to leave and supposed he had gone he was back in a few minutes with a hand full of flowers throwing them on the porch using bad language and trying to get in Mr A opened the door and told him he had better go home in a hurry His limbs seemed to strengthen and he was soon off the place Prohibition would remove intoxica ting drink out of the reach of sneak beasts We agree with Shakspeare who said 0 Thou invisible spirit of wineif thou hast no name to be known by let us call thee devil I We are glad to report Will Lane slightly better Mr Sechrest of Grant county is the guest of relatives Albert Skinner bought of W T King one milk cow and calf for 835 Charles Barnett of Lexington is the guest of his grand father Dudley BarnettMrs of Straight Creek Bell county is the guest of her aunt Mrs King Miss Bessie Bolton has returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives at London and Middlesboro The meeting at Mt Olivet closed last Friday morning Rev Redd himself to the people some of whom would not be sorry to have as pastor at the expiration of Rev Jones term Mr P S Terrill James SmitbDrum mond McMurtry and Archie Barnett leave this week for Indian Territory Mr Barnett will likely remain while some of the party are on a prospect tog tour Not Over Wl e There is an old allegorical picture of a girl scared at a grasshopper but in the act of heedlessly treading on a snake This is paralleled by the map who a large sum of money a cyclone cellar but neglects to provide family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a safeguard against bowel complaints whose outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred to one This remedy is everywhere recognized as the most prompt and reliable medicine in use for these diseases For sale by all druggists Sensible girls are seldom prize beauty class Some men make the mistake of thinking they are as young as they act I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians jn this country in regard to remedy for Dyspepsia but have ney er been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for Could not eatanything but toast for months since I Kodol I can eat any thing and that my health is terthan it ever in my life leannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any of Dyspepsia it taken as directed 11 D Steel M Df Big Ky SoW by Frteble fcAu I of Marcellus Lyda Parks at 2 erected Saturday II- HEUNA VISTA W T endeared his a s victims 1 m lathe III a ill Y condemning building mills used feel was case t 7 A 4n7 I 1rl 31 irA bet l i ty i i Old Point Comfort Cheap Excursion RATES AUG 18 1903 On Aug 18th round trip tick ets will be sold from and all stations from Lexington to Ashland at 813 00 Ticket good 15 days from date of sale For full informa tion inquire of your or Geo W Barney AGPACinti DPA Lexington PKEACHERSYILLE J M Cress is in llockcastle this week buying stock Mrs Geo Miller was visiting relatives here Saturday Rev W B Bagan of Irvine is at this week Leslie Harber was visiting here Sunday McCarley Brown bought 16 steers from J P Rogers for 22 per head Geo Durham and son of Bell coun is here looking for a farm to buy Born to the wife of Prof E E Dish op a 10lb bov All are doing nicely Hutchins Bros were in Knox last week to see their sister who is sickMiss Kate Payne was visiting her brother J F Payne and family last week Meadows of Stanford was vis iting Mrs J F Pettus and family last week B D Holtzclaw bought of J JThomp son his hay crop at 50c per hundred in the stack J H Thompson sold 16 hogs to D 51 Anderson for 5c also one cow to W II Brown for 3c W B Bennett is talking of going back to Whitley county to make the race for Sheriff J L Anderson sold J J Thompson some corn to Crab Orchard parties for 325 pei barrel Mr Cummins and family who have been living at Corbin for a year has returned home The Baptist church at its last calledRev J C Carmichal to preach for them another year Quite a number from this section attended Camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday The rain of last Thursday and is improving vegetation Corn will be greatly benefited Things have taken a new lease on life and bus iness is lookingupvvard Every woman knows shes a coquett out she doesnt think others suspect Husbands are not made to order but some wives seem to think they are Some men would rather preach than listen to an angels practice No doubt poverty would be less of a misfortune were it not for the fact that so many people treat it as a crime WEEKLY HENRY WATTERSON Editor Ten or twelve pages issued Wednesday 100 Year Revenue Reform Social Reform Moral Reform Best Edit onals Best Political Articles Best Stories Best Miscellany Best Pictures Best Book Reviews BestPoetry Childrens Page Rest Home News Condensed News Best Market Reviews Best Of Everything Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky By a Special Arrangement you can get the CENTRAL RECORD WEEKLY JOURNAL both one year for only 150 This la for obteriptl AH mart I I b 1 U JIJo j J agent writeJnoDPotts home of county a- Miss F F Friday harp every sodas oBlbl iai Ur r- ij f If f r o a 1 00 04440444004 vIA 04d404404d0f04 Lexington C meeting N CourierJourna a Beat Best and the cask only seziptloas tBie nisibe sent through the Btlceaaof9ce y 7a V w e Mrs Uaselclen returned from Springs Mrs Josephine Boner bought a pm horse from Torn Bruner Price Miss Maret is expected home from London the last of the week Miss Lizzie Grimes spent Saturday with Mrs Celia Mrs Sallie Woolfork of Lexington is visiting her daughter Mrs J B Bourne Miss Sallie Pettus of Somerset is spending several days with Wm Pet tus and family Mrs Mary Bryant of Chattanooga Tenn is the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Fannie Bryant A good crowd from this community attended the Holiness Camp Wilmore Sunday Mr and Mrs Wool folk of Lexington have been the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs W J Hogan Mr T E Adams has returned home from Montana where he has been prospecting for several months Miss Maymie Ballard and Bacon of Maysvilleleft Wednes day Moi eland to be the guest of Josephine Sandlin Mr and Mrs W L Glass visited in Nicholasville Saturday and attended camp meeting at Wilmore Sunday Mr Leslie Jenkins and sister Miss Annice K left for Louisville to spend some time with their aunt Mrs Burban Dawes Mr Chas Frasa of Richmond is the guest of the Misses Leavell and Maret The Misses Leavell will give a house party this week in honor of their guests Misses Orienta Sliishmanianof Constantinople Turkey E 1 II Money of Lexington Tevis Carper ter of Stanford Frances Lee Tremere of Frankfort Livery Stable ror Sale I will sell my livery stock consist ing of horses buggies harness etc rent the fine large barn to the right parties Possession given im mediately Guy W Rice Paint Lick 731tf Strayed or Stolen Red muley cow weight about 900 pounds bush of tail gone Left about July 15 Information as to where abouts rewarded Mrs Elizabeth Gas tineau Hiattsville Ky jy3l2fc The Markets LOUISVILLE KY Aug 5 4 PM CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 160475 Medium to good shipping steers Choice butcher steers 3 8o 4i Medium to good butchers 3 ao to medium butchers J 8o 3 10 Good to choice feeders t 82 4 00 Common to medium feeders S 4 00 Good to extra stock steers 50 3 ST Common to medium stock steers S 00 3 4U Good to choice stock heifers 3 00 3 50 Common to medium stock heifers 2 75 3 00 Ilaiu light mixed stockers 2 OC 2 75 Medium to good hulls 2 00 2 50 Choice veal calves o 00 5 25 Common to medium calves 4 00 4 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 540 Medium packers ICO to 200 Ibs 540 Choice 120 to leO Ibs b 00 Choice pigs 90 to liO Ibs 5 CO Good pigs 50 to UO lbs 450 Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 4 2o 5 00 SHEEP AND LVMBS X Good to extra shipping sheep 2 73 3 00 2 25 2 50 Common to medium 2 00 2 25 Bucks 2 00 2 25 Extra shipping lambs 5 00 5 50 Best butcher lambs Common tailend lambs 3 00 3 50 8100000 GIVEN AWAY The toulsvlll CoarleoJournal toITIake a Cast Distribution to Subscriber In 18912 the CourierJournal of Louisville Inaugurated and carried to a successful issue the first great estimating contest stet conduct ed by a newspaper This contest was based on the Presidential election of 1892 and 14400 was distributed to CourierJournal readers In response to numerous requests the Cour ierJournal has decided to inaugurate another similar contest based on the total vote cast for all candidates for Governor of Ken tucky In the election November 3 1903 Tent thousand dollars In gold silver or green have will be given away to successful There will be single gifts of 30 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is 3 and of the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 50c this offer gives 350 worth of newspapers for a dollar bill ought to put the two papers every home in Kentucky And to show that the Central Rec be just as liberal and we have joined the combine and will send the Record fora along with the other two for six months for 200 thus giving 8400 for200 All three to different addrewes as is the to subscribe Subscription ro eelved at this office La mtJNlSVr r I A S yesterday Crab Qrcl1ud d bug y Wade lee of Marl sbury Armstrong Meeting- at for relatives the I 50 8 Com llon to mo Ibs light ship FaIr to good 25 estimators 1 subscriptions only eaoo hat Into Ordcan 1I f 7 Mis Y 675 visitors bliss Saturday 4 3d 4 Sid y 4 Courter Journal ti campaign which enterprising ion Central year Now time j 1 C 5 A AMUSEMENT FEATURES UNSURPASSED v f I IIDE BAU611S lOIDCENIUR BAND l REDUCED RATES I CATALOGUE APPLICATION IT liON MJusnCEsecy r AILE i T X T T y 4 4 x 1 x L j J V j j aracamphRelieves Instantly or Money Refunded SUN BURN CHAFING Prickly Heat Insect Bites and Stings It Cools It Soothes It Sold only in 2c SOc i 100 Bottles At all rood DrnKffUU My accounts are now due and City bills must be set tIed Dont wait to settle but come at once they must be paid SALLIE D TILLET LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Coshr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOIN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnalrd 4 LEAYELL I I 2 to 3 2 F Robinson o 0 o I O 4 o oo omomomomomomooooo0ooooomomooooomomooooom 7493 a 0 a 0 fnA A ATA A AnAnA A l n n ninnn nnni Geo Smith JrNOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work n specialty at reasonable rates Office at L L Walkers office f For Richmond Winchester Lexlug No10 J ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia 514 AM na Paris Carlisle COy Ungtou Cincinnati etc f For Stanford Junction Leba Ko21 non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt 1040 AM1 Vernon Livingston London Cor bin Middlesboro etc No22 For Richmond and intermediate sta 1220 PM tious INoll For Stanford and way stations i Trains run daily except Sunday Above is LEAVING 11 stop at all when flagged Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Vines Rhubarb H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY KIDNEY DISEASES lire the moct fatal of all dis KIDNEY CURE Is I or money refunded Contains recognized emi Dent as best for Kidney and Bladder troublesr Type- writIng Trains Time Lancaster I6 I stations BLUE GBA Hun tnIB es FOIfYS la 0Ltare in effect Nov l asassssaae tGf7t y 4 1e 1 EVERYBODY ICOMING Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It fails Trial Bottles free KODOL digests what you et KODOL cleanses purifies sweetens the stomach KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles KODOL accelerates the action of the gu tric glands and glues tone to the digestive organs KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL b the wonderful remedy that sick people well and weak people strong by to their bodies all of the nourishment that Is COB lathed in the food they eat Bottles cab 100 Size holding VA tlmw tte trk which sells for SOc tnnot Mir ly E C BeWRT CHC4M Sold by F P Frisbie Lancaster Lodge 104 MUIStated Stated meetings secondhand fourth nights Craftsmen visiting in city are fraternally iri vlted to E KINNAIBD Louis LANDRAM Secretary i Master For Price aad SIc SI l Ie making so many size ce 9YAIIMPTION DUiUOLDS strengths land i I l our e 1 4 CENTRAL RECORD Lancaster Ky Augittt 7 1903 Additional Local The Danville Advocate announces the marriage of Mr Charles Sill man and Miss Mary E Benge In that city Wednesday evening The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Rice has many friends in this her home Fire At Junction City Fire at Junction City Ky morning destroyed the Commer cial Hotel Goods Bottling Works the residence of Mrs S A Moore W C Woolfords confectionery Voxels pro duce house and B W Durhams drug store a total loss of close to 990000 The Union services will he held In the Christian church Sunday evening instead of the Presbyterian church MS announced and Rev Mr Chumbley will preach the sermon Will Wed TIl Mr and Mrs William B Mason have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Katharine Logan to Mr Roy Asa Haynes of Hillsboro O The exact date has not been decided upon but the marriage will take I luce in the early Fall Mr Haynes is now professor in Miami Military Gernuntown Ohio lie is a your g man of brilliant prospects having al ready received handsome promotions The bride is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Mason and is a young lady of rare beauty and accomplish ments She is a prominent member of Lancaster society and one of our most popular belles SUPPLEMENT Ben eland Wednesday UtLlOI1 Institute v I Services Chaulyd t Frill Death of William Ward This community never received a greater shock than was the announce ment yesterday morning of the death of Mr William Ward of the Lancaster Mills Elevator and the Electric Li bt Plant Mr has not been a well man forsome weeksand onlv last week went to Dripping Springs for a rest from the many busi ness matters he looked after In ad dition to the abovementioned busi ness matters be owned a large store at Livingston and bad several other mat ters of importance on his hands He never a strong man physically and his wonderful energy and enter make up caused the which resulted in his death Lancaster never had a more enter citizen than William Ward He has always been in the lead for any impi ovement that was sugiris ed for the town willing to give his time and money for Lancasters welfare as his connection with so many industries goes to prove Isis death is a great loss to the community as such public spirited men are needed in Lancaster He leaves one daughter Miss Cora who has heartfelt sympathy of the community in her sad bereavement Two brothers and one sister survive Richard Ward of this city of Livingston and Mrs Lutes of Indian Territory Funeral services will be conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery tomorrow Friday morning a t 10 oclock by Dr E II Pearce Charles Sauilay of death was caused Sunday from an overdose of medicine had m an y friends among the younger people of Lancaster who deeply deplore his un timely end The Beazley Bros sold the remain der of their big export cattle yester day to Dick Gentryfor Kelson Norris 141 head at 84 85 J Y Eobinson sold to same party 77 head at f4 0 proprIetor Ward was breakdown the San Ward Stanfordwhose 311 Saps rising rising i Cattle