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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 14 1903 c eOB7B HrEAB NUJJUJJ JO 4 0f local Interest A big crowd went to Cincinnati on the L50 rate Sunday Dont forget the K P lodge Friday night Work at every meeting Take a few days off and go over to Crab Orchard Springs It will bene fit you The L and N is making a very low rate to the great Lexington Fair this week Go over and enjoy it UpToDate Thief A thief burglarized the Campbell county pest house for small pox pa tients and carried off twelve blankets Lancaster Lodge 104 F A 11 will confer the Entered Apprentice degree this Thursday evening at 730 oclock flush Property Sold The Dr Bush residence on Rich mond street was sold this week to U D Simpson Price 1800 There are about 150 guests at Crab Oi chard Springs now a most crowd and one can spend a most pleasant vacation there Will Speak Monday Hon Fontaine writes The Record that he may probably speak in Lancaster half an hour at one oclock Monday the 17th not as a candidate for congress but upon an other important matter of much im portance to the people Let a good crowd hear him Great Convenience Messrs Ross Bastin are filling many orders for electric door and call bells They are experts in doing this class of work One of their novelties is a dining table bell which by pressing a button the servants hell in kitchen rings and that with no noise in the dining room These conveniences do not cost much and the Bastin boys are getting many or ders for them Concert at Crab Orchard The Musical recital to be given at Crab Orchard Springs this Thursday evening will be one of the most ever given in this section of the State and a large crowd will at tend Miss Edith Ruble a noted vio liniste of the Cincinnati College of Music Miss Laura McChord vocalist of the Chicago Conservatory of Music and Miss Catharine Cain on the program The concert will be given in the large dining hall Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf congenial Fox Bobbitt Henly and pianists are ese enjoyable Attention Special prices on bro lots in jVl ns and ojjs Shoes We have small line of Summer Clothing Dus ter aud Serge Coats and Crash Suits we will close out at about half price See our line of 15cts and 20cts clos iing price lOcts ken owns r some r x- t Logan Dry Goods Go I RIW PJMJ 1r r U A S The W C TU will serve in the park Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock and Thursday night Pretty Songs Mr Charley Storm who plays cornet with Saxtons Military Band of Lex ington has written some beautiful songs lately which are attracting much favorable comment in the music world They are exceedingly pretty and are meeting witha ready sale If you want something pretty to sing something that will catch your secure some of this music We will gladly order any one of them you may wish Will Hold Primary The Democratic County Committee met Saturday Chairman Woods pre siding to consider claims from can didates for nomination for the legis lature There were three applicants Chas J Walker of this city J O Bogie of Buckeye and S D Cochran of Paint Lick After some it was decided to hold a pri mary election on September 26th to decide the matter Secretary Hughes tells us two out of the three were will ing to leave the question to the com mittee but after due consideration it was deemed best to hold the primary the foregoing item was put in type Mr Walker has from the race his card in this issue of The Record A Beautiful Spot An agent for a large monument works told us the other day that he had never seen as many costly and handsome monuments in any town in Kentucky as were in the Lancaster Cemeterynor had he ever seen a Cem etery so well kept He said the uments were all exceedingly tastyand passed many other compliments on the pretty City of the Dead And he is correct in his criticism for no town has a prettier or better kept There are some lot owners how ever who pay no attention to the graves thoreon but they are so few that their lots attract attention and much unfavorable criticism Reunion 01 Inorgans Men There are definite plans now for the reunion of Morgans men at Parks Hill Nicholas county August 18 19 and 20 Arrangements have been made for board at 125 per day for the veterans The Committe requests that each comrade who intends to be present send his name and address and one dollar to Horace Taylor Carlisle Ky manager of Park Hill Company so that he will know how many to pro vide for It is certain that satisfac tory rates can be secured on all There are quite a number of Morgans men residentsof this section and it is presumed that all of them will be glad to attend and talk over old times once again Some days ago some of my friends suggested to me that I allow my name to go before the for the nomination for repre sentative of Garrard county in the next General Assembly saying to me at the time that they believed that it would be agreeable to the party and that a number of democratic leaders had so expressed themselves With this understanding I consented to go before the Committee and leave the matter in their hands In the mean time however two other gentlemen became candidates for the office one of whom demanded a primary elec tion and one has been called As this is a close county I do not feel justified to leave my work and enter into a scramble for the and then make the final race therefore my name need not be consid ered further but I desire to express my most sincere gratitude to my ma ny kind friends who stood so nobly by me and 1 trust that I may be ably to repay them I believe that had I the nomination I would have carried your banner to victory and had I been elected I would have sup ported the policies of the Democratic party and will vote for its nominees in November C J WALKER Mexican Veteran Dead Mason Logan who resided In Gar rard for many years died at the home of his daughter in Crab OrohardSun dayandwas buried at Freedom church this county Monday The deceased was a member of Capt JohnsonPrices company in the Mexican war and was wellknown among the Veterans of conflict Mr Logan moved to Lincoln county several years ago only one Mexican Veteran in this county Capt F J White of The office No soldiers entitled to more praise and gratitude from tte people of the United States than are the Mexican Veterans What they did was purely for love of if any going in to win applause from the people and puffs from the newspa pers They came home went to and made no parade or fuss over what they accomplished One very praiseworthy feature was that no pol itics mixed in with the organiza Lion it was stand up shoulder to show der and fight for the Old Flag with no attempts at grand stand plays or stunts for the galleries All honor to Mexican soldiers 1 May the little handful left spend their days in peace and happiness After the concert at Crab Orchard tonight a big ball will be given string band furnishing tt ice cream hearers LATERSince mon Cemetery A Card received that leaving Record are countryfew work r t l a B discussion withdrawn appearing railroads democratic Democracy nomination had was 1 the remaining splendid mu x- t You cannot find a more delightful place to rest up and recuperate than Orchard Springs The fare is splendidJas Slaughter of Boyle coun tys most prominent citizens died suddenly yesterday The funeral will take place in Danville thisThurs day afternoon Mrs Lewis Walker who was taken suddenly ill at the funeral of Mr Ward Is somewhat improved after several days serious illness Mrs Marshall Eason remains quite ill September 7th Prof Mannix of the Graded School tells us the fall term will open on Sep tember 7th Indications point to a larger attendance than in former years Teachers Institute The Garrard county Institute for white teachers will be held at the pub lie school building Aug 31st to 4th 1903 All teachers are required to attend unless excused from by the County Supertendant their certificate will be Mrs L L Walker Co Supt Quick Settlement M D HughesDistrict Agent for the Aetna Life Insurance Co went to Stanford and gave Mrs T L a draft for for a policy which her husband had carried only two years in said company This is one of the oldest and best companies- in existence and pays large dividends We have a few copies of Charles W Storms beautiful song My Home stead on the Hillside Far Away which will be sold for the low price of 25 cents song is meeting with a great sale and as Mr Storm has a number of friends in Lancaster he sent us copies A Ills Reward The business men of Paint Lick have united with the National Board of Fire Underwriters and swelled the reward for the apprehension of the fiend who caused the recent fire the sum of 1000 Mr Estridge heads the list with 500 The above mentioned organization will give 250 Peoples Bank 100 Moore Champ 50 Guy Rice 50 R L Jennings 50 With this large sum the probabilities are that the guilty party will be The Record sincerely trusts this effort will result in good The large show a splendid spirit on the part of the hustling city A grand ball will be given at Crab Orchard Springs tomorrow Friday evening Many visitors will be and a big time is expected A Cure for Smallpox A recipe is herewith appended which has been used to my knowledge in hundreds of cases It will prevent or cure the smallpox through the dit tings or fillings When Jenner cowpox in England the world of science hurled an avalanche of fame upon his head but when the most scientic school of medicine in the of this as a panacea for small pox it passed unheeded It is as unfailing as fate and cures in every instance it is harm less when taken by a well person It will also cure scarlet fever Here is the recipe as 1 have used it to cure my children of the scarlet fever and also to cure small pox When learned physicians said the patient must die it cured Sulphate of zinc one grain fox glove digitalis one grain half teaspoon of sugar Mix with two tablespoons full of water Either dis ease will disappear in twelve hours For a child smaller doses according to Lovely Resort According to the press boys the Royal Muskoga Hotel is a mighty good place to stay away from All the papers in the state are giving the joint a round roast Editor Harry Sommers of the Elizabethtown News says After enjoying a delightful ride across Lake Muskoga the only cold reception the editors received was at the Royal Muskoga Hotel The band was sent away the very night that we arrived and the party was cheated out of the dance The proprietor or mana ger of the hotel by cold breeze of the lake that he gave the party a cold reception and demonstrated his entire unfitness for the place he holds Some foolish whiskey drummer told the people of the hotel to close the bar before the Kentuckians got there for if he did not they would all get drunk and shoot the windows out of the hotel So when we got there the bar was closed gnd of the guests were so frightened that they went to bed In face of the fact that the party was composed of ladies and gentleman and not a single man was under the influence of liquor throughout the entire two weeks The lights of hotel were turned out at midnight and the editorial party was forced to bed whether they wanted to go or not After our no Kentuckian will go to Muskoga America Revised A friend of the Record sends us the following lines God save our noble Ted Arid cure him of swelledhead God cure him soon Now he is colorblind may he find Soon have sufficient mind I W m Septa Shelton 1000 This thereto located sums lven worldthat Parispublished ageEx wasso affedted the most JI 11 Crab one attending otherwise revoked some C present discovered the treatment Clear vision Tokeow coon L 91 id Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Straw Hats at half price j24tf H T Logan Coal Coal Coal Austin Bartons old stock of coal I times They handle what they will do for ju10tf 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 iip 122 Stable for Sale I will sell my livery stock of horses buggies harness etc rent the fine large barn to the parties Possession given Guy W Rice Paint Lick 731tf This is positively the last notice to those owing last years town taxes The list is ready for publication and if your taxes are not pall your name will appear in list of delinquents whose property will be advertised for sale in this paper Dont say you have not been fully notified S D Roth well Collector 8142t rl at stand cyan lmense on hand nothing bu th stand their prices are Ring No5 and see u consist- Ing Immediately Notice C Bean corr t Livery nd Final Hemp Reaper sold by Gaines Bros has no guards and has no Great Bargains in Ladies Misses and Childrens Slippers Lo gan jul24tf Ideal Hemp Reaper pulls light double motion handles hemp nicely Has no equal Try one Sold by Gaines Bros 872t Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Sales of Deering Hemp Machines are spreading like wild fire See our new machines before purchasing Gaines Bros 87 2t Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky Every thing new and in splendid repair For information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I ready to receive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson b G C I equals872t H T am No one has worked harder to secure water works for Lancaster than Mayor Robt Kinnaird Now that the plant is being put in why shouldnt he re joice and be exceedingly glad I You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work is splendid New silk umbrella straight handle witn pearl and silver finisn Lost be tween Paint Lick and Lancaster Finder please return to Miss Eliza Rucker Paint Lick or to the Record office and receive reward 2t Shoe Shop Moved- I have moved my shop to room over Moss meat market corner Public Square and Lexington streets am prepared to do the very best work at moderate prices T J Hatcher FOR SALE Flour mil Elevator Planing 91111 and Electric Light Plant To settle the estate of Wm Ward deceased I otTer for sale his combined Flour Mill Elevator Planing Mill and Electric Light Plant at Lancaster Ky Flour mill has 75 barrels capacity just refitted with the most modern machinery Electric light plant very latest pattern and includes the exclusive franchise in the city planing mill In thorough repair All operated by one power This is one of the finest in Kentucky and will pay in terest on twice the amount asked for it Address Lancaster Ky 81441 a21 tf Lot Sunday where- I t f splendid throughout- the investments R G Yard Administrator FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY I GO I We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law QA Life insurance policies bought Q for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward 0 0 i 00000000000000000000 e o Straw Hats at Half Price Odds and Ends in Vlisses and hildr tis Slippers At Manufacturers Cost A big lot of jVlens At Half Price III g4060040q400000060000000000O4 Ladies Shoos II TothingIII II FUr v y at Cost for next 60 T Logan nlshlngG ods Ijdays j i J Af4NI j 0 pggb0004 V yhV J w yt- V AND HARNESSp I cheap for the next 30 days e p IJ Id JilJit r rI BUGGIES 1 ROMANS II II iii iii y I ELMORE CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Port Office in Laneatttr Ky at Matt Hatter Lancaster Ky August i4 1903 After a most honorable service of fortytwo years Lleut Gen Nelson A Miles was placed on the retired list of the Army last week he having reach ed the age provided by law His mili tary service began in 1861 and he saw more lighting during the civil war than most other officers After the civil war General Miles distinguished himself as an Indian fighter One af ter another Sitting Bull Chief Jos eph and Geronimo were subdued and all danger of Indian wars forever During the Spanish war he with the rest of trained soldiers were shoved aside for political pets or rath er an attempt was made to shove him aside in the publics eye but the knew where the real merit came from and to whom honor was due so the feather bed politician tin sol diem grew very jealous and the Washington politicians to use a slang expression had it in for the gallant Miles They knew he justly received the great praise given for him and school boy like harrassed him at eve ry opportumty Gen Miles is a great man a gallant soldier and the public appreciates his worth end will always honor his name The editor of the Democrat can not refrain from expressing his high ap preciation of the testimonials of regard extended to him by the members of the Kentucky Press An elegant traveling case is the latest arrival from some unknown quarter and now if he can only find something to put into it he will wear out his railroad passes running around showing it Demo cratWe congratulate you Bro Brown on your good luck We would gladly send over some apparel to fit in that grip but the trouble is we would have to remain indoors or wear a headless barrel by reason thereof Dora Clay Brock the child wife of Gen Cassius M Clay is probably the only woman who ever made any profit on husbands She claims a big sum from Gen Clays estate and now is to sue a railroad company for 825000 for killing husband No 2 As about ninetynine per cent of the women find marriage a complete we hope Dora will get all she goes after If Curt Jett the assassin ever mounts the scaffold he would doubt less tell a lot on those who hired him to kill Marcum and doubtless other men He will never be hung In the language of the illustrious CoL Tom Hill mark my prediction he will never go to the gallows He might peach on prominent men In his examination Curt Jett the Breathitt outlaw said his trigger finger was not injured As Carts trigger finger is all that was needed of him no serious deficiencies were That finger was all he knew how to use and that is all those behind the trouble wanted with him Prof Anton Siegafritzor some such dutch name has discovered that is caused from eating oysters The surprise at finding one in church supper soup is enough to drive a fel low distracted removed people personal Association offHarrodsburg failure present insanity Second Ciase iIA11llL The Covington company of State malitia on return from service in Breathitt county got howling drunk in Lexington It seems to us that those who are compelled to remain in Breathitt for any length of time have at least one good drunk coming to them Gen Cassius M Clay the Old Li on who was known in life as a in every sense of the word seems to have determined to keep the ball rolling after death as he left six wills for the courts to grind on Sock Socials are quite a popular fad now Thats one class of enter tainments to which country editors can work off the ladies stereotyped excuse Havent anything to wear Some wag who has the happy of seeing a bright side to says think how trifling is your own discomfort this hot weather to that of the coal dealer St Louis policemen who are bigger around their waists than they are arond their chests are to be dropped from the force In other words the beerguzzler must go It is reported that Eastern college students are doing work In the harvest fields Thats one of the many things we will have to see to The State authorities should send a lot of toy pistols to Breathitt county They are dangerous than gatling guns A million gallons of fine whisky burned at Glasgow recently Verily this is a day for horrors Htaea DlBCUiM Nero Representative John S Rhea of Bussellville Ky in an interview at Washington says that in his opinion the negro question is purely a State problem and a matter with which Congress should not attempt to by legislation This may seem to be an odd view of the case said Mr Rhea but in my opinion it is the proper one Let the Federal Congress keeps its hands off the question and attempt no such action as was anticipated by theCrum packer resolution which died recently of its own ridiculousness in theHouse The people of each State are capable of handling the problem Let the white people of Kentucky deal with the negroes of that Commonwealth and the people of New York State deal with the question there Down in our section we are ever ready to do the right thing by gro We know what he wants and what he requires The man who lives in New York and who may represent a district of New York in the House knows nothing of the Kentucky negro and what is best for him Let that man keep hands aloof I think that in this way the whole problem can be dealt with satisfactorily to all If the people of a Southern State desire to adopt a Constitution dis franchising negroes let the North that action to stand without I think the negroes of theSouth generally understand that the white people of that section having had the negroes in their midst for two know what is required When you want to get your mon eys go to J T Williams and buy genuine Coal the EastTen nessee that runs f cannel and he best that comes to Lancaster Williams I fighter everything compared Kansas believe more interfere then concerned allow protest centuries 1 elllco oct 1 J T rrfa- ulty Coal t e MONUMENTS GRAM To figure as LOW and sell as HIGH a grade of work AS else in the business today We know we are we know we are doing it as our steady increase of bust ness proves TO pLJBASE Our customers is our motto we supplied with the v latest designs and are prepared to furnish you ANY vice call or drop a card ted eounty Marble Ifiiks anyone 4 line you may jrt 1 t r 15 1 W1EAIM r are Tanta in this want We are atyonra r R ter The TLNFO1i D 8TBT 1 y YV K YU The Corn Crop It is natural that there should be a of solicitude throughout the coun try as to the possible corn crop of 1903 In 1902 the crop was large and valued at 740000000 or nearly 200000000 larger than the high priced cotton crop of the and 200000000 more valuable than the wheat crop At the present time the corncrop is considered uncertain all over the union The weather during June was unseasonably cold and the floods and freshets in the southwest did much to damage the crop inthe fertile bottom lands of Illi nois and Missouri In all sections the corn is very late The growing corn was considerably smitten by frost in some of the north ern states but the farmers hope by replanting to secure a good deal of what is termed forage crop The corn crop must be perilous for the reason that the price of corn now rules in the Chicago market much higher than it was six weeks ago But the strangest of commercial conditions is the fact that the price of live hogs receded with the advance in corn We do not think there is as yet cause for serious alarm August will make corn and the warm weather may into the latter portion of It so we shall have a great corn crop The overflowed lands in the nois and Missouri bottoms will be re planted with corn and if the soil is still warm by the 20th of September the corn crop will mature All admit that wheat will prove large crop The estimate is 782 000000 bushels or the lar est crop raised in the United States Mother Earth is always the bounteous parent of general prosperity and the hope is now not unwisely indulged that that parent will show her usual good sense in feeding her children with that pabu lum which supplies the mill which sustains the cattle which moves the machinery and which insures that abundance of provisions to make the workers in every craft and every in dustry sturdy independent and The Railroad Fireman Decatur IllsAugl1903 Editor looking over a recent issue of our old home paper the Record I came across a paragraph extoling the virtues of the brave neer the competent brakeman the gallant conductor in his jaunty and polished buttons and all railroad employes to the exclusion of the locomotive fireman I do not wish to disparage others but would like to show on behalf of the fireman that there is at least one place where they share equal responsibility with the engineer We have no negro fireman on the Wabash lines The young who reads the orders over to the engineer and takes the left side of the cab must be of good moral character have a fair education mus have good judgement attend time card schools and pass a strict examination on New York and Westinghouse air brakes before he is considered competent to fire the limited trains which are run between Chicago and St Louis If our friend who fails to see the of the fireman would make one trip with one of our boys on our No 9 run commonly called the Buafllo Mail and watched things closely he would be that there was more than the brave engineer in the cab The fireman besides handling on an of 6 tons of coal in 2 hours and 20 minutes must call 26 orders clear or red as he sees them the engineer clear after him He has eight railroad crossings with interlocker plants to cross and three station stops atone which he takes a full tank of water He must use 26 minutes over the Terminal going into St Louis which is a network of electric signals and where one little mistake means a big loss of life and property This run is made with engine 604 weighing 78 tons 113 miles three stops in two hours and 20 minutes When engineer backs his long train cars in Union Station on time he has had fireman who could responsibility and a stiff upper lip It is a well known fact among railroad men that a good fireman a good air pump have made many brave engineersHoping this may interest you I ask Q remain aFrieud of the Will H formerly of Member of j M Raymond Lodge No 49 Brotherhood of Fire Subscribe for the Central r d deal sameyear extend September a- very fore- handed RecordIn en uniform fireman responsI- bility average repeating electric tracks of a and Record ward Bec 0 Ill eve satisfied oared that Pullman Layton Locomotive atee t 7 U Y l gi eke tfLATWOODS I J bought a calf Salem GUIIsple for 10 x Torn Collett bought live dogs of Web Faulkner for 5 hundred Ed Portwood bought a spring wag on of Web Faulkner for 10 Miss Roxie Spangler and brother visited home folk Sunday evening Vaughan Norman of Paint Lick called on Miss Myrtle Cormeny last McQuerry and Tom Parsons visited at Mr Paynes again Sunday Nave traded a mare and mule colt to Harve Payne for a work mule and 10 Mr George Spangler and wife of Dallas Texts are visiting at his fath ers G W Spangler There will be preaching at Lawsons Chapel the 5th Sunday of this month by the pastor Mrs Fannie Archer and little daugh ter Edna of Williamsburg have been visiting relatives and friends in this neighborhoodThe church at Good Hope will hold a protracted meeting the 5th Sunday in this month The pastor will be assisted by Rev Owens LOWELL Ansil Parker and mother went to Jellico to visit relatives Wm Scott went to Hamilton and will stay some time Mrs Bertrand Spratt and daughter are visiting R M Spratt in Hamilton Mrs Annie Brown visited her sister Mrs Tutt of Danville who has been real sick A protracted meeting is being held at Mt Tabor and very large crowds are attendingEdgar and Archie Cook of Danville were at Mrs Belle Hender son Sunday Mrs Ellen Wilson and Mrs Marion Waites are guests of their mother Mrs Dr Mays Every one here was shocked and very sorry to hear of the death of your esteemed citizen Wm Ward Mesdames Bertie Brown and Late Brown went to Richmond last week to visit Mr and Mrs A McKinney Mrs Annie Montgall of Kansas City Mrs Shaw of Jett and Mrs Monie Dunn are guests of Mrs Belle Hender I MAKKSJiUKY Quite a number from here attended Lexington Fair Wednesday Miss Lyna Noe of Louisville is the guest of her cousin Mrs W M Stal lings Rev W M Stallings made a flying trip to Springfield the first of the week Miss Mary Chesnut spent last week with relatives in Danville and the Fair Mr and Mrs N H Bogie are spending the week in Lexington and the Fair Mrs Richard Ware returned to her home at Williamstown Saturday a pleasant visit to relatives here Madams James Herring of Dan ville Lelia Bettis and George Mann of Bardstown attended services the Fork Sunday Mr John Woods entertained several gentlemen at dinner Sunday Those from a distance were Messrs John Bradford Jennings and J S Johnson and son of Lancaster PAINT LICK Ed little son of William Cottrell is sick Lewis Gwynn is in Lexington this week Mrs C Shumate is on the sick list this week Mr W G Kemper is in Cincinnati this week Will is suffering with a fel Ion on his finger Miss Callie Adams spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mrs Fannie Garrett is in Lexington attending the Fair this week Will Tevis sold his farm of 160 acres near this place for 80 per acre his farm of 155 acres to Wm Wind for 87000 A B Estridge begun work on his new store house Monday morning Miss Mamie Furgerson is the guest of Mrs Will Champ Miss Jennie Evans of Brassfield is teaching the public school at this place Miss Lillie Murry who has been dangerously ill is much better at this writing Little Willie Jennings has been quite sick but is some better at this writing Mrs B L Jennings and Mrs W G Kemper spent Monday with Mrs J C Thompson John Ryan of Richmond took the contract for the Bank and will berin work at once B L Jennings will build a nice cot on his recently purchased of Dr Nichols Mrs E W Norris and children of Richmond is the guest sister Mrs The protracted meeting at Mt Ta bor is drawing large crowds and much Interest is being manifested bourville is visiting ents Ada 8 Tte house beko Iiw ftoiCr Jno I r l J tJe CCluu from SundayNewell usualLeonard Rev Terrlll beginning Sunday son attended attending after at Logan I Gafney Abram Metcalfe sold of Mt Vernon tag l the Engleman Lltte issN l k tf 45 Mr other Pattie EnBlazedoi her Raedf r and Mrs Jack Bobs I erts and occupied by Mr Thomas sought fire Monday morning fortUr nately there was but little done BEDNA VISTA W P Ruble shipped about 73 hogs to Cincinnati last week Mr Albert Spinner left last Tuesday visit to friends in Missouri Miss Virgie Worrell of Hammack has opened her school at Lindendale Misses Ora and Lillian Poor visited friends at Burgin Saturday and Mr Mills and family of Kansas City spent the day with the family of Mr Askins last week Miss Ethel Lane has returned to her home in Danville after a weeks visit to Miss Irene Ruble Rev Stratton will preach his last sermon for the conference year at Browns Chapel Sunday Rev F L Creech and daughter Miss Naomi from near Cyntbina visited the family of Wm Creech last week Mr Will Overstreet of Missouri and his neice Mrs Cecil attended church here Sunday and dined with the fam ily of Wm Lanes Jr Mrs Turner DeBaun and Nave of Cornishville called upon friends here last Tuesday enroute to their home from Jessamine Mrs James Hawkins of Danville Mrs I Hamilton of Lancaster and Mrs Cecil from near Lexington were at the bedside of their brother Will Lane Jr last week MT HEBRON I Crops are looking some better in this section since the nice rain Miss Una Montgomery has gone to Lexington to spend several weeks Luther Montgomery of Lexington is with his grand father W A Bruce Born to the wife of Mr Tommie Preston a nine pound boy on the 8th InstAll the young people from here have been attending the meeting at Scotts Fork Miss Dee Witt is with her sister Mrs Philip McWilliams on Back Creek Lock No 8 is now under repair which furnishes plenty of work for the men of this neighborhood Middleton of Beuna Vista spent several days with her daughter Mrs Eva Preston last week Miss Lou Montgomery and Briney Dean attended preaching at Scotts Fork and were the guests of Miss Lennie Preston The good sisters of Mt Hebron church will meet Saturday and com plete a quilt which has been made for the benefit of the church Misses Edna and Leola Scott ac companied by H L Thompson and Willie Onstott were the guests of Misses Hattie Bogie and Minnie Gul ley Saturday and Sunday and attend ed preaching at Gunns Chapel Many persons in this community are suffering from kidney complaint who could avoid fatal results by using Fo leys Kidney Cure J E Stormes 1 m Even well water has been known to make people sick End of Bitter 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 Discov ery for Consumption The benefit I received was striking and I was 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 Drug Store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1 m is preferable to selfneg lect The Death Penalty 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 Bucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten McRoberts Drug Store 1 m Some girls are as full of airs as a music box Quick relief for Atfhma Safferer Foleys Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure C C J E Stormes A wayward son says it is a case of loves labor lost when he fails to work the old man A grievious wail of times as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings Life Pills an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Guaranteed by McBoberte Drug Store 1m The we do not want to re are the things that are edt to forget When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and cer to act always Chamberlains and Liver Tablets Forsale lar damage I fora Sunday Harry 11 MrsJas C C a n d 1 1 stubborn J F McRoberts 1 Only 25c at 1 1m 01 oUAn comes member Stomach bY clrU lAt t8 Z Selt love lateFail New thereat hard tam use all 7 s WSBEAZIEY Dentiata f Office over Thomp sons store Danville st Notary Public Pension and Court work a specialty Type at reasonable rates at L Walkers office I G C FAnmJ I Faris I Geo smith Jr jBeaztey New Stage Line Lancaster and Danville New Vehicles Fresh HorsesL- v Lancaster 8 1030 AM Lv Danville 2 P x Ar Lancaster M Alex Miller Proprietor YL A Ar Danville oJ30 P i x 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 DRUG STORE I aaaaoaaaaoaaaaaaaaa a a 1 aOaaaaO Oa00aOaOasOaOaaaasa0O A C t OUR STOCK OF VEHICLES IS NOW READY FOR YOURINSPECTION l004Q9i X I Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Over Two Hundred Now In Stock The Very Latest Nonlties in the Vebicle Line Our experience ot over so years knowing what to buy and to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit KENTUCKY SUPPLY I Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky Ifresh I 3- Va6ine Virus jlttindirDlsinrettant itla how i CO1 FRISBIES Drug r ftoro t 3 say r ajv PUT ALL AROUND i i 1 U IF Ii ir a d L t f IT v IOVENtiiT RFNCE Again and Acomin Dirt is Never Too Never Too High a We prefer to give Field Trials Will prove light est draft and stead iest running I eedsI i for IWIgner Reversible Hillside Disc Plow Postle t i E Hard i C r w KIFI PERSONALS West is visiting relatives in Bagdad Miss Pearl Ashley visited in Cincin nati Sunday Mrs McGee is visiting her sister Mrs Richard Ward Mr R H Batson has been in Louis vile for a few days Miss Lillie Dale Grant is in attending the fair Mrs Ellie Bettis visiting daughters in Lexington Miss Rella Arnold has been visiting relatives in the country Mr George Bruce and wife of Dan ville were here Thursday Miss Nellie Dillon left Monday Versailles to visit Mrs Stone Mr J M Grand of Waco Texas a few days on business Mrs J S Robinson is in Winchester visiting her sister Mrs Jones Mr Roy Haynes of Hillsboro 0 is the guest of Miss Kittle Mason Miss ChastineRucker of Paint Lick is visiting Miss Helone Patterson Frank Pumperey of the Somerset Republican was at home Monday Charlie West has retured from a weeks stay In Middlesboro Miss Sallie Burnam Woods of Paint Lick is the guest of Helen Patterson Mrs Ed Minor and daughter Miss Lora are visiting relatives in Louis vide Miss Grace Helone Patterson has from a visit to friends In Paint LickMiss Annie Francis of Junction City is the guest of her aunt Mrs J S Miss Pauline Arnold of Jellico the guest of her sister Mrs George FarrisMrs Sam Johnston gave a very dinner Friday to her many friendsDr Elkin and wife of At lanta Ga are visiting Miss Jennie DuncanMiss Nell Warren of Stanford is the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie DuncanMr Thompson has returned from Rockcastle springs very much in health Miss May Bodine of Nelson Co has been the guest of Misses Rella and Allie Arnold Dr Will of Muncie Ind home Wednesday morning a visit to Miss Altie Marksbury Gash 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 and not the oth BALLOU r I I I I i s I I I I I delightful RobI- nson TennI- S delightful W Kemper r I I I t 1 favorsyou era H MiI Miss Knapp Lexington he fo where returned improved as Mrs Lelia Bettis Mrs George Maun and son of Bardstown are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Terrill Layton are re joicing over the arrival of a little girl at their home Mr James Rice Brown of Chicago is visiting his parents Judge Eph Brown and wife Mr Sam Ward and wife of Living ston attended the funeral of Mr Wm Ward Thursday Mr Fred Frisbie has returned from a delightful fishing trip in He caught Mr Henry Elliott of North Middle town is visiting his brother Dr Elli ott of this county A very handsome picture of Miss Margaret Tomlinson appeared in urdays Louisville Post Messrs John Gus Charlie and little Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn are in the country visiting relatives Miss Honey wood Huffman Fay and Deedie Maud Robson of Louisville are guests of Mrs M D Hughes Miss Nannie Arnold of Richmond is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Johnston Richmond avenue Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise have returned from a visit to relatives in Lincoln Co Miss Alice Miller who has been the guest of Mrs Banks Hudson returned tc her home in Knoxville Tenn Miss Georgia Henry accompanied Mr George Harris to Eldorado Ark where she has accepted a position Miss Mary Landram Burnside is spending a week with her cousin Mrs James Burnside of Point Leavell Lexington Democrat Miss Edith Morrow of Lancaster Is the guest of Mrs John Baughman on North Broad way Stanford Jake Jos eph was here Friday shaking hands like he might be a candidate for some thingMisses Mary Martha Helen and Louis Gill have returned from a de lightful months visit to Colorado and Calforuia Miss Margaret Jones who has been the attractive guest of Miss Ethel Dunn has returned to her home in PaducahMr E Stormes was in Frankfort Friday attending a meeting of the State Board Pharmacy of which he is a member Mr J T Conn and daughter Miss Virginia and granddaughter Miss Scott visited last week Mrs J W Brown of Mt Vernon Misses Mary Lewis and Elizabeth Grimes left Monday for Lexington to be the guest of Mrs Moore and MissBright during the fair Miss Susie J Scott after several weeks visit to her grand father Mr J T Conn and other relatives left Sun day for in Vernon Texas Miss Hattie Robertson who has been the attractive guest of Miss Jen nie West has gone to Nicholasville to visit her sister Mrs Dan Hemphill Miss Mary Gill left Wednesday for Portsmouth Ohio to be present at the wedding of her friend Miss Mabel Drew who has been her guest MrF N Lutes of Van Alstyne Tex has been spending a few days with relatives and friends in Lancaster and Garrard He was called here by the death of his Wm Ward For several years he was engaged in business at Paint Lick but moved West where he has been very success ful A very delightful affair which oc curred Saturday afternoon was the reception tendered Mrs Susan Ander son in honor of her birthday anniver sary A large party of friends attend ed Elegant refreshments were served Sincere congratulations and well wish es were tendered and the occasion proved a most enjoyable one Eld D T Broaddus of Belle Plaine Kansas who has been spending a few weeks with relatives and friends in this county left Tuesday for Bates Co Mo where he will hold two protract meetings before returning home Eld Broadus has done some good work while in the county having succeeded in reorganizing a congregation at Beth el and raising nearly 1000 for a new church house One of the most pleasing receptions of the season was held Thursday after homer Sat- r DemocratMr W R often Michigan her home law noon by Miss Bettie Anderson in hon or of the B B club With the addi tion of many plants and ferns the cozy home was made to look still more in viting Among the interesting feat ures of the afternoon was the sketch ing The pretty souvenir cards done in water color the designs being bees sixteen in number the artistic work of the hostess Mrs Fred Fris bie awarded the first prize and the second was given to Mrs Denny Ices cakes almonds and grapes were served It was a very charming party and one af the most enjoyable in the history of the club Miss Ethyl West will leave Friday to visit friends in Mt Vernon John Conn who was injured last week by a fall is very much imp roved Misses Lucy and Annie Francis were guests of their aunt Mrs J S Robin son Saturday Charley ZImmer who is in a Dental college spent a few days with his parents Mr John Arnold and wife of Rich mond have been guests of Squire Sam Johnson and family Mrs G M Patterson and daughter leave this week to visit her father Mr Barton near Chicago Two coach loads of Lancaster people many ladies being in the crowd the Lexington Fair Wednesday Mesdames Jordon and Tankersley and children of Hamilton Ohio are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs PumphreyRichmond apt Wm Herndon and Miss Herndon of Lan caster passed through here Saturday enroute to Estill Springs Miss Cora Ward wishes through the columns of The Record to thank her friends for their kindness and sympa thy during her great sorrow Mesdames Annie Mongall of Kan sas City Mattie Shard of Frankfort Belle Henderson of Paint Lick and Josh Dunn of Brodhead were visitors here Monday Little Miss Katharine Conn enter tained her young friends Wednesday evening it being her twelfth The house was tastily decorated and delicious refreshments served A very delightful reception was giv en by the young ladies of the Presby terian church to members of the oth er churches Tuesday evening A very large crowd was present nice were served and all seemed to enjoy the evening very much Stanford W S Beasley wife and son and Mrs Mildred Beazley of Lancaster spent Sunday with rela tives here wife Alanta and Mr Sam Duncan of spent Sunday at Hon R C War rens The remains of Joseph Gaines who died In the Philippines Dec 13 1901 arrived in San Francisco last week and were buried there He was the son of the late B W Gaines of LancasterDanville News Last evening and Mrs E W Lillard gave a most delightful reception and dance com plimentary to Miss Mamie Lillards visitors the Misses Theo Hemphill of Lancaster Irene Lillard of Lawrence burg Virginia Barriger of Shelbyville Emily Humphreys and Mattie Nooe of Burgin all of whom received with Miss Mamie Lillard The Newsboys Band which was stationed in the hall furnished sweet music for the dancers their popular pieces being frequently encored by the young peo ple The evening was one of much pleasure and will long be remembered by those fortunate enough to have been present Delicious frappe flowed freely throughout the evening and refreshments brick and cake were served in profusion to the guests Ma jor ann Mrs Lillard and Mr and Mrs John B Stout assisted by several of the young people entertained Danville i s s Mattie Mae Robinson of Garrard county has returned home after spending a few days with the Misses Dunn on Broad way Mrs Puss Arnold of is spending a few days with Mr and Mrs M T Long Misses Mary Doty of Lancaster and Louella Arn old of Paint Lick are the guests of Miss Eliza Jones the Lancaster pike Miss Alberta Anderson of Lancaster is the attractive guest of the Misses Gaines this week on Fourth street Mr and Mrs Jake Joseph of Lancaster spent Sunday with Charles wife Mr G N Jean left Saturday for California in response to contest S C attended RegisterC JournalDr WS Elkin and Major upper AdvocateM Lancaster on Indorf and I Cincinnati birthday refreshments Dr Lancaster a telegram received from his wife an nouncing the serious illness of their son Dr George Jean who has been confined in the hospital at San Fran cisco for several weeks Dr Jeans many friends in Danville and vicinity hope for his speedy recovery SGOO Reward- I will give Five Hundred Dollars re ward for information that will secure arrest and conviction of the party or parties who burned my store on June 30th 1903 A B Estridge Paint Lick Ky a t I I Was a Useful Citizen I The funeral of Mr William Ward whose death was mentioned in last is sue of The Record took place at the Lancaster Cemetery last Friday morn ing conducted by Dr E H Pearce pastor of the Methodist church One of the largest assemblies of people seen in the Cemetery in many years was present to pay respect to the memory of the deceased Mr Ward was a zealous member of the Odd Fel lows but in deference to his aversion to show and parade the lodge did not attend in a body or conduct the usual ritualistic services Dr Pearce read several passages of scripture made a few appropriate remarks and offered an earnest prayer a choir singing sev eral hymns Mr Ward was a consis tent member of the Methodist church handsome building like that erected in Lancaster How many men like that have we In Lancaster What does it mean to a town to lose a man of that spirit He was the same way in all undertakings for the betterment and upbilding of the town always ready to donate his time and means and that liberally No man ever heard him speak an evil word of any one on the other hand he was ever ready to resent any unfavorable comment and had a contempt for idle gossip or back biting Mr Wards good deeds not paraded from the housetops many a favor has he done of which the public and few individuals Many times have we heard the son If I wanted a favor I would I rather go to Will Ward for it were and knew expres than i contributing largely of his means and time to its support He was a man of judgment admirably modest in but of firm determination to bring to a successful end that which he undertook He was never known to refuse to contribute liberally any act of charity or to any public enterprise and we know of a number of instances where he headed the list in making donations for of that kind A striking instance of the character of man he was is shown in one act when the writer prepared a paper to solicit donation to assist in rebuilding the Garrard Hotel and Opera House He heard such a move foot and the editor of this paper to bring it to his mill Let mesignthat paperfor a donation of 100 Nowif yon need more I will double it I dont want anything in return but to see another toward matters wason telephoned manner Boy Cured of Cone after Physician Treatment had Failed My boy when four years old was ta ken with colic and cramps in his stom ach I sent for the doctor and he morphine but the child kept getting worse I then gave him halt a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half 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 i The sweet confection abroad a bitter pill at home Dyaentery Cured Without the Aid of Docto- rI am just up from a hard spell of flux 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 hay Ing 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 Injected maybe for chU a A any man in town That one is worth more to a mans memory than all the marble monuments that human hands can erect William Ward was born in Laurel county Ky on the 8th day of Febru ary 1848 He moved to Garrard coun ty in 1871 and was married to Miss Lizzie Soper December 6 1882 His wife and one daughter preceded him to the grave several years one daugh ter Miss Cora surviving He was en gaged in the mercantile business at Paint Lick for a number of years and was deputy sheriff one term At the time of his death he was proprietor of the Electric Light Plant the Lan caster Flouring Mills owned a large store at Livingston and was trustee of the Graded Schools Two brothers Richard of this city Samuel of and one sister Mrs F M of Van Alstyne Texas are the living members of his family expression Livingston For Representative We are authorixed to announce John O Bogie as a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Representative of Garrard county Fine feathers may not make fina birds but they show up on the bill all right We wish to call your attention to the fact that w e are prepared give you the Best Cairiaie we have ever done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and our work t o I and REPAIRING I 8 I see ig g WJ Romans OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Q Q Gill iDQ 0 0 I p your Horses Tired Has yourWheat been Poor Buy a Wheat Drill and a Little Fertilizer of POSTLEAND SEE THE CHANGE IAre K Fdl l r= Do you like to II Then Use Try for that 7500 I GOOn I I I I Raise ioiFERTIL I iKRFRl r rinrvvTrrnryfVY f POTTS BROS r I I 1 lfif tl1 bYlf7 6lfififo lflflf ifZtifil 8i6li1fS 1 FLOURI FEED STORE and EXCHANGE ot Manufacturers and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells 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 e e 0l OOOOGOOGGGGOOOOOOoooooooooooooo eeeee0 000000 00000001 Cotton- Seed v Land Stock Crops Sweet potatoes are looking quite well and prospects are good for a large yieldA county woman has a jar of gooseberry preserves in perfect con dition put up fortyone years ago Theres no old corn to be had in some parts of Mason county and mighty poor prospects for any of the new ar Ledger All my happiness I owe to the cen tral effort that my father and mother made to make home the happiest place on earth Hale The average yield of wheat to the acre in Europe is 38 bushels Much more labor and fertilizer is given grain fields in the old country than in oursThe 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 The farm of the late Dr E R Roe in Shelby county containing 400 acres was sold last week to wind up the es tate and brought 40000 Dr Roe formerly lived at Sharpsburg Linville Bros near Pinckard had 100 acres of wheat that made 211 bushels to the acre which they sold to J W Newman at 75c delivered on car at Sun Corn will produce more cow food per acre than any ether plant grown In the Middle West So corn should constitute a large portion of the crops raised A part of it should be put in a silo to preserve its succulence Live cattle exported from the States during the fiscal year end ed June 30 1903 amounted to 326952 head exports for the previous fiscal year were 318994 head showing an in crease for the present fiscal year of about 25 per cent Several car loads of walnut stumps have been delivered at the depot for shipment to a New York firm most of which fIave been collected from the Station Camp neighborhood Some of these stumps particularly of the cur ly or birds eye variety are very valu Herald The sunflower crop is one of the best paying in Russia A good crop is worth as it stands in the field 25 an acre The seeds are sold by the far mer for from 1 to 150 a pound then the merchants salt them and retail them for 3 a pound The Bath county Messenger says that in that county there has not been enough rain to prevent plowing since the first of April the oats and wheat crops were very short grass is badly burned and those who ought to know say that early corn is almost a com plete failure while the prospect for late planted corn is poor indeed A special from Barbourville says The corn crop through this part of the State was never known to be than it will be this year There is a great deal of corn out in Knox county and it all looks remarkably well There is not as much hay this year as usual but the quality is very goodW B Kennedy a Paducah tobacco broker has just shipped 2250 of tobacco he bought for a for eign Government at Mayfield and Pa ducah within the past two weeks The value of the tobacco was 250000 and the freight alone was 20000 This was the largest shipment ever made out of Paducab requiring ten trains Dan Peed bought the crop of tobac of Howerton McDowell Wednes day 15000 pounds for 9 cents and ticleMaysvllle PinckardWoodford ableIrvine better II hogsheads p Edward United the crop of Howerton Watson 9000 pounds for G and 2 cents Hibler Bros bought of J L Soper of Little Rock 40 cattle at 420 of R P Hopkins 52 1200 Ib cattle at 415 of James Fergusou of Paris 35 1150 Ib cattle at 435 Jonas Weil shipped a train load of fat cattle from this city and shipped a train load They were all export cattle and bound for the East Quite a number of them were purchased in this county at from 435 to 8460 per hundred Paris NewsThe best heifer calves are none too good and the dairy farmer can as a rule raise better cows than he can buy in the markets If cows are in milk from September on during the four succeeding months it offers good opportunity to raise fall and winter calves that will be able to care for themselves nicely by the time the pas tures are ready for them in the spring The Owingsville Messenger says that two young ladies near that town each raise every year a good crop of tobacco and other saleable farm pro ducts The crops are the average size that men raise and these young wom en do all the work from planting the seed to loading the crops on the wagon for market These young women not have to do this work as they could live comfortably at home without it They do the work for the pleasure of having a bank account and the glori ous privilege of being independent 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 cured and 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 countries and we wish to cor respond with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried August try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing If so something more ser ious 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 The vast amount of money which the farmers and planters of Georgia used in the purchase of commercial fertilizers the past season nine and onehalf million dollars is an indica tion of how much dependence is placed upon this class of fertilizers manly for the production of cotton which is the moneyproducing crop in that State This is not a gentle when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known and a remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine 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 Brobchitis 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 Store Aug 29 l33 pound o civilized Flowers s i z e CauUonl wordbut In treatment d hunted t Our Stock of Monuments and superior facilities for producing them at low prices give unusual adyan alf buyers us Oar experience of halt a century in the laws is worth something toyon None better None cheaper f SON bus All4 ADAMS J r lr LEXINGTON KY JJJi S h tage to Consult 1 y i 3 s i r k- Wc iii Ft FLAVOR OP OCR FOIL Ideal Ltfo In Old K uliMl jrrrThe These are the diys when the ind who dosstib enjoy country life in Kentucky ought to go off and die Promptly at three oclock in the ing a mocking bird swinging on the topmost branch of a big pear tree in my garden opens the concert with a beautiful of thanks that it is well with and that worms are plentiful writes J M Richardson in the Glasgow Times Then a robin red breast warbles a sweet refrain a dove coos a catbird screams a jaybird gets up a fight the trees are alive with the voices and music of wild nature and last of all humanity rubs its eyes crawls out of bed for breakfast And such a breakfast as you can get in the country in Breakfast bacon soft boiled eggs ripe tomatoes yellow butter cream as thick as Republicans head milk as rich as Rockefeller coffee more grateful than old Bourbon that for preceded by a dish of raspberries just as the raspbenies the strawberries that have gone a month before Lord if your mouth doesnt water its because you are not a watering man If you not in favor of breakfast bacon in the above bill of fare wring off a chicken head and call it fried spring chicken instead of breakfast bacon If you are not a chicken lover then a visit to the smoke house brings out a ham smoked with hickory and cured in red pepper and ashes and if a slice of that doesnt reach your you are a dead man As to din ners they are simply dreams of epicureanism Snap beans and streakoflean and streak of fat bacon old fashioned corn bread with prints of cooks fingers where she has patted the pones onions sliced toma toes new potatoes green peas crisp radishes tender young cabbage early sweet corn a couple of chickens split up the back and baked smother ed I believe the good housewife calls the good cold butter milk aud sweet milk you can stand up or sit down to topped off at last by a apple pie or a great big cobbler cooked in a big tin pan and side crust and bottom crust with juice As for supper well now to tell the honest truth when take a crack at the above named twice a day by the time the third meal arrives I can only eat a few rasp berries with cream on em and some cooked apples and a small piece of boiled or oroiled cold ham and a pone or two of corn bread and a glass or two of milk just a little snack as it were to stay my stomach until the next morning And then I lie down to pleasant dreams This is the sort of fare you get in almost any well country home in Kentucky just now and the beauty of it is that it is all raised on the place costs nothing and is the best living on earth I sat down the other day to a table graced with nine different veg etables and the hostess insisted on my taking ice cream and cake As a matter of fact I had eaten so much it made me to carry it This is why I say that no people on earth live better and none can live more cheaply than Kentuck fans and why I make the undaunted assertion that the man who cannot now enjoy life in Kentucky ought to go off some where and die Sqally Times They had a tornado out in Kansas recently and the usual stories begin ning to put in their appearance in the Kansas papers That State has a new settler since the last whirlwind how ever for three new stories have come to light One tells of a farmer who was ploughing when the big wind struck him What became of the is omitted but the tornado caught the plough in its vortex and whirled it round and round until the entire field had been nicely ploughed Another farmer had a lot of corn stored in a bin In the side of the bin was a The tornado caught the corn and drove the cobs through the shelling the corn and leaving it in a nice little pile on the floor The third story is about a wagon which was standing in another farm yard when the breeze came along and upset it and started the wheels spinning The wind was hard that one of the wheels is still revolving and it is im possible to Had Nothing to Will Brutus Clay son of the late Gen Clay told the Richmond Climax or more wills of his father will probably be filed for probate but none will be of any effect as his had only a life interest in the real estate and had nothing to will He owed 313000 to the contingent fund of the Green Clay estate which will absorb all the personal property and still leave a deficit of 8000 or 9000 As for the will leaving White Hall and 360 acres of land to the for a National Park Mr Clay said that as his father did not own the property this too was worthless According to Mr Clays statement about the will Dora General Clays divorced wife will get a SEPTFJHBBR NUMBER New Idea Magazine The women who clamor for advice how to turn their time and talents to account will receive many valuable hints from the series of articles tied Profitable Industries for Wom en which is begun in the September number of the NEw IDEA WQJLVBB MAGAZINE under theheading raising from the pen of Sarah R StotMt The otC j V r 1 1 j Liwlsg Globe dual morn him yawnsand Kentucky Is breakfastall follow at e country appetite delightful themall luscious blackberry saturated I victuals regulated compara- tIvely afterwards already rustic knothole knothole so C M adozen father Government new c Chrateri oar the i pot stop it Brock not penny woman cut Po nil try wer a a t 1 r Old PointComfort JtLi r i I Cheap Excursion RATES AUG 18 1QO3 On Aug 18th round trip tick ets will be sold from Lexing ton and all stations from Lexington to Ashland at 13 00 Ticket good 15 days from date of sale For full informa tion of your agent or writeJnoDPotts Geo W Barney AGPACintI DPA Lexington rect Dress for Men also begun in the September issue and contributed by Hawthorne a wellknown authority in haberdashery bids fair to be of para mount importance in this periodical because many women do much of the shopping for the men of their families and are glad to have suggestions Every item in the September number either technical or fictional is of more than passing interest It Say This Itapldljr In reply t o Woods question How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck would chuck wood I would sav If a woodchuck would chuck all the wood that a wood chuck could chuck If a woodchucks could chuck wood a woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood I wonder if Wood knows that Betty Better baked a bit of batter but the batter was so bitter that to make her batter better Bettie Botter bought a bit of better batter and with this bit of better batter Betty Botter made tier bitter batter better The secret of dress is the location of the pocket DeAVItt the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DEWITT on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De 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 placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by F P Frisbie 1 m A man never begins to rise in the world until after he settles down 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 thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages their growth and development Mrs Henry Carter of Nashville Tenn says My ittle 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 to do 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 Frisbie1m All things come to those who walt except now and then the waiter A Physician Healed Dr GeoEwing a practicing physician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty years write his personal experience with Foleys Kidney Cure For years I had been greatly bothered with kid hey and bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate gland I us e d everything known to the profession without until I commenced to use Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three bot tles I was entirely relieved and cured I prescribe it now dally in my practice and heartily recommend its use to all physicians for such troubles I have prescribed itin hundreds of cases with perfect success C C J E Stormes1m FARM Tools etc for Sale I have decided to qnit business and go South and will for sale my farm of 17 situ sled 2 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike and known as Joe Turner farm Place has two houses 1 good six room house and 10 acres of the best orchard In state Good fences One half of land in timothy balance In hemp and Crops will show quality ot land Sugar Creek runs through the place on one side and affords plenty of stock water Is as handy a little place as one could in good neighborhood and be placed In Graded school district if desired Desire to sell prlv ately I also have a good lot of farming tools wagons plows drills cultivators harness etc fact anything needed on a farm Will also give some one a bargalnJaagood paying liv business Does about 300 business per month and only about 12000 invested I to sell and some mart caa by seeing me at once give possession of Llvery nd farm y Jan 1st 19M Terms m de to suit purchaser or H Ward J n sim Ky f 818tt 11 18 Children relief the the IIi mean JUke money dreW 400 d0O00 fob C offer acres earn want can cry Dot Can Callow k tat Y k- Ki L- L4 tF Colontflll Pieasur The pills that are potent In their tiun and pleasant in effeotare Little Early Risers W S Philpot 01 Albanv Ga says During a billion attack I took Small as it was i did more good than calomel or any other pills I ever took and at the same time it effected me Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold by F P Frisbie 1 m Many a man fails because he would rather make money quickly than all you Want Persons troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat all they want if they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and assimilation of all of the wholesome food that may be eaten and enables the digestive organs to transform the same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by F P Frisbie im As long as some men are able to contract new debts they dont let their old ones worry them Foleys Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disordered or bladder C C J E Stormes 1m In severe cold weather always dip the bit in cold water not hot water Defore bridling Many sore mouths can thus be avoided I have practiced medicine for 36 years 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 say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia il taken as D Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie 1 Aug About the worst thing a person can take for a cold is advice Not Over Wise 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 who spends a large sum of money building a cyclone cellar bu neglects to provide his family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a s a safeguard against bowel complaints tims 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 1 m Tears are the spectacles through which a woman sees her wishes granted Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been will interest many A run down system or despondency invaribly pre cede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condi tion 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 build up the system Itsalso a great Stomach Liver and Kid ney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 1 m Garrard Circuit Court Richard Leasure Annie Leasure Plaintiffs against Longstreet David 1 street Geo McLearBettie MC Peti Lear Alice Leasure Franklin Leasure Bird tion vis Della Parks Jas Parks An i nle Whitt Wm Whitt Wm f in Coraley Comley Maggie Comley Jas Equl Comley Jennie Comley Geo McLear Admr Elizabeth ty Comely Defendants Persuant to an order of reference made by the clerk in vacation in the above styled case the undersigned Mas ter Commissioner will hold daily at his office in Lancaster Gar raid county Ky from August 20 to to the 22nd inclusive to hear on claims against the estate Elizabeth Comley deceased All persons having valid claims said estate will present them properly proven within the time set out or they will be come barred Given under my hand this August John W Miller Master Com missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court R QueeH Palatine National German AkericaiC Pheaix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants 61eb North Briti ft Merduurtlte J J WI pleasantly honestly Eat kidneys cannot directedM whosevic 1 o f sittings 6 1903 It KINNAIRDINSURANCE FalloliDColpaliea Ae llartIigd JiI Couetlett 1 V ten fehlCirHartfllCII io J J 7 P ana cue blue mni N1 S and 4 man discovered e re rill a i New York Lire 1 k Lon o r k r e aracamph Mosquito Bites Stings Sunburn Swellings and all Inflammations kills Chiggers It Soothes It Cures Sold only In 2Sc SOc 100 Bottles At aU good Druggists My accounts are now due I and City bills must be set I tied Dont wait to settle I but come at once they T must be paid t THE WORLD ALL KNOWS The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway the always popular Henderson Route is The Worlds Fair Line If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis or to any point in the Vest or Southwest Ask us for Rates and ask us first If there are reduced rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions We Have M WOMACK City Passenger Agent G L GARRETT IRWiN General Pnsjson er A ei LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY xS8S x8S4 3 x 3 LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ftoooo SURPLUS 10009 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 g A B DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird t SALLIE D TILLET TravcllnJ J LEAVELL i Walker T 11 Arnold 1 I493 2 02 2 o 0 2 J F Robinson Sam O x j r do Them- E PusscngurAgcnt- l 40mC 0 i 00000000000000000000000000000000 00 0e- o 0 ae 0 e 0 0 0 6 6 0 An A 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOd ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 l Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky Trains Leave Lancaster NotO- S14 AX No21 1040 220 PX- Noll 826 rx a x- Ne22 0 f na Paris Carlisle Maysville Cow Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor I bin etc For Richmond and intermediate tioas For Stanford and way stations LexingtonIngton i stat Trains run dally except to J LJAV1BG NOIIO ll stop at aU m- Uons when SlICKed fueJtllrc Itfof tIdfs Above ti ae kIDNEY DISEASES sasla tAKi Time In effect Nov i6 1ID1EY R or refunded Contains remedies recognized by eml neat as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles rticiifcMtfsui iT I e t Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New For XftlTVFTIOX OUOI1S and OLDS I A Perfect Cure Price For All Throat and Luntr Troubles I Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free II IOBOL KOBOL KOBOL KOBOL organsdigestive digests what you eat cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles accelerates the action of the trie glands and gives tone to gas relieves an overworked of all nervous strain gives t stomach heart a full and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain the free IOBOL Is the wonderful remedy that 14 making so sick well bodies all of the nourishment that Is con tained in the food they eat Bottles nab Size holding 254 the trW size which sells for SOc hwtni Mir to C Edit Ct CUUMt Sold by F P Frisbie Lancaster Lodge 10 and weak people strong by giving to 100 L these times 1 cleanses purifies strength and sweetens the stomach RUMStated meetings second and fourth nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally in vited to sit with us S B KINNAIRD i t Secretary s cl ELa 49A Louis LAXDRAM rr 1 iI l 1 d blaster f y y