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THE CENTBAJL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 21 1903 I i t I C OUBXBENXH YEAR NUJlUlIIB2L r I Of Local Interest I Doves are scarce and wild I Breakfast melons are plentiful The chicken crop has been very short all summer Homegrown watermelons are plen tiful and of unusually fine variety Monday Is County Court day please remember us when you come in if you tne poor printer anything See While Judge Saufley is attending the Confederate Reunion at Parks Hill Capt Wm Herndon is warming the woolsack in Circuit Court Ed Arnold is very ill of typhoid Mrs Marshall Eason remains quite ill but is improving Mrs Lew is L Walker is very much improved and able to sit up Judge Eph Brown is still confined to his room Candidates Arbitrate We received a note this morning from Hon Harve Helm saying he and Mr Warren had arbitrated theirclaims on the congressional race so far asLin county is concerned and he Mr Helm was awarded the track as themselves Dairy Cream The W C T U requests The Record to say that in the future nothing but dairy cream made by the Lancaster Dairy will be served by the Union This Is the best cream to be bad and the name alone is a guarantee of pu rity Attention FenI will be at Lancaster Monday Aug 24 to buy and ship mule and horse colts and yearling mules Also buy a few good broke mules from 4 to 8 years old W C Terhune The Craft at Labor The Masonic Lodge will work again in the Entered Apprentice degree Tuesday night There are a great many petitions in and there will be enough work to last all through the summer The lodge room is very pleasant and the meetings are enjoyed great many of the brethren Handsome Prevent The Record office is indebted to Mr Harwood the gentlemanly manager of the Garrard County Marble Works for a handsome handmade match safe six Inches high and is carved into the trunk of a tree The work is splendid and the handsome and useful article has been highly complimented bvthose who have seen it Mr Harwood is one of the best marblecutters in t h e South and has done a great amount of beautiful work owe The Sidi fever between bra It sa coin Is of Lake Superlorsandston s e 11f1If 11W 1Al JiJJIAAt J Jrtj DJ- C 0 THIN G We have some Suits and odd we are dosing out at less than COST W CWI IJ S IR T5 of we are closing at fj 8bOganDrgOood o t r I uaAAuMnfflLLsffvII Pants iS- pgclal line MqS Shirts 38cts- t A11LmMk1AflNflE 1- i M glv I Keep watermelon rinds off L50 round trip to Cincinnati Sun day Good order and a big time As Rev Mr Chumbley will be away Sunday there will be no services at j the Presbyterian church Union services will be held at the Methodist church Sunday night It Is Bro Tinders turn to preach Attendant for an aged lady Ad dress box 402 Danville It Wiggle Gets FHghtjr Jim Wiggle one of the patients got hold of too much mean whisky and went daffy last week A few days in jail fixed him up He tried to drown himself in the Old Ark spring SuccesftU Meeting Rev F M Tinder closed his meeting at Hubble Sunday night A member of the church tells us Mr Tinders ser mons were greatly enjoyed and great interest in the church Contract to Build Richmond Climax The contract to rebuild the Paint Lick Bank has been awarded to John Rymel of this city and the work will begin at once Ru fus Stone will do the brick work Business change Herbert Gulley and Arch Lawson have bought the stock of groceries etc of Floyd Curtis on Richmond street and will run the business right up to the minute They are deserv ing young men and should receive a liberal share of patronage or For Kansas George Smith Jr left Saturday for Kansas in charge of Speaks Holtz claws thresher Several bands will tallow and the firm expects to get all the work the machine can do as the wheat is rotting on the ground for want of hands and machinery Fine Cattle It took fourteen cars to haul the Beazley and Robinson cattle Monday These sales were reported in a recent issue of The Record The animals went to Winchester thence O to Newport News thence to be shipped abroad They were a fine lot A Big Last Thursday as Mrs J B Hutchins of Preachersville was coming to town she lost her pocket book oetween the Cemetery and Sweeneys stable It contained 855 in cash and about 20 in checks Mr Hutchins offered a reward but nothing has been heard of the money Had it fallen into the hands of an honest person it would have been returned but of course a thief will hold it Sale of Good Ones Capt Ike M Dunn last week sold his fine premium threeyearold Chester Dare stallion Rockefeller to W A Massie of Texas The price was 91000 This colt has attracted wide attention as he is a full brother to Capt Dunns famous show mare Gypsie Queen and is a splendid animal He also sold to same party a yearlibg by ChesterDare dam Ella C for 500 These animals have attracted wide attention and Mr Dunn has had many flattering of fers for them Prunes Dick Burnside the devil in this office is very fond of prunes He went home recently after a hard days work quite hongry as he expresses it The regular supper being over Dick went on a foraging trip through the kitchen and dining room a large dish of prunes being his principal re ward He ate probably three pints of them and during the night a doc tor had to help Dick out of trouble He now goes by no other name save Prunes A large crowd heard the above nam ed gentleman at the court house Mon day afternoon As stated in a recent issue of The Record Mr Bobbitt is a candidate for democratic nomination for congress in this district We dont know of a man better posted on men and matters and if any man says he is a fool that man simply dont know what he is talking about Fontaine Fox Bobbitt has more genuine old fashioned boss sense in his head than Is allotted halfadozen ordinary Graded Seneol Opening Lancaster Graded School will open Sept 81903 with a full of excel lent teachers It is very important that patrons send their children on the first day in order that prompt classification of scholars can be made It is due the children that they start right The loss of a single day may child to drag fora whole session Pay patrons must make arrangements to pay in the following tui 1st 3rd grades fOo 4th 5th and 6th grades 1200 7th to 12th grades r 1500 must present their receipts after being graded We want a opening and It is earnest of the trustee that this the best in the history of the school Pay patrons moat call upon 15 W Harris after Children have been graded and pay in W HeradoB Chaa JBKfaMlriSee at I the Wanted smallpox awakened vIa C on to Fuatalao s advance eo Children t I streets Lon Fox Bobbltt en corps cause Lion gad and the desire maybe year their tuition advance x- r wt t 1 Y j I u Cut the weeds The grand jury is in session The tigers are keeping unusually quiet The g j is in session Since the ministers and City Coun cil made their raids on the Chute the and other devilmentraisers are keeping quiet We heard one of the boys Its so a decent fellow can scarcely afford to go there now Circuit Court The August term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday with His Honor Judge M C Sauf ley on the bench In his charge to the grand jury Judge Saufley explain ed the duties clearly calling violation of criminal laws the fail ure of juries to inflict proper punish ment etc He dwelt at length on the frequent custom of juries in a big batch of indictments which amount to nothing and only put the courts to extra work and the state to expense He said it was not the of work done but the quality thereof which spoke well of a grand jury and compared it to the little 2x4 lawyer who is continually jumping and making motions in court the sole purpose of making the spectators think lie has a big lot of work on the docket In speaking of the testimony on the character of witnesses he said that a witness will answer most any question definitely yes or no but when asked in regard to a mans character from what the people say of it not once in a thousand times will a definite answer be given So do not return indictments on any testimony that you would not be to convict on were you on the tri al jury said he He took a shot at the juror who gets in his spite at an enemy paid his respects to the hearted jurors called attention the investigation of every county of lice and admonished the jury to look well into every matter brought before it That Judge Saufley is one of the ablest jurists in Kentuckyno one will dispute and his retirement from the bench is sincerely regretted by the people of Garrard irrespective of party He is an able lawyerabsolute ly fearless in discharge of his duties will not tolerate the delay or efforts to thwart justice and his absolute impartiality has won for him the highest esteem and confidence of the people The loss of the services of such a man is indeed a great misfor tune to any community The call of the Commonwealths docket was taken up Hon John Sam Owsley Commonwealths Attorney being on hand to look after the states interest and he is certainly doing so with a vigor and faithfulness that that commands the admiration of the public The following compose the GttAND JURY tigers say morn- Ing attention- to upI generally willing t returning quantity chicken o James R Ramsey W A Berkele Geo J Hatcher Alex Walker Bratton- T Broaddus- T PETIT JURY Tom A Elkin Ike Hamilton J T Palmer Robt Long Joe H Arnold Cy M Lear S B Henry Wm Hughes Anderson- T DUddera- rJ W Moberly- B W P Tuggle W G Anderson R H Batson George Mitchell Kinnaird Bourne Victor Lear Millard Route Fm Jno M Sanders WT Davis Lafe Brown Gilbert Turner J M Palmer C C Becker Geo T Ballard John Davis Henry Cox J D Gulley Geo Saddler Wm Royston Most of the time has been taken up by the whisky sellers pistol carriers a hog thief or two and similar stuff The civil docket was called yesterday There is a good sprinkle of the latter and court will be in session possibly the greater part of the three weeks Everybody Knows TIge A Cincinnati paper recently a lengthy article about Tige the large cat that loafs about the Hotel in that city Everybody who stops at the Palace knows Tige and he is quite a pet Tige used to watch his opportunity and steal into the dining but orders have been issued to turn him down to fire him bodily when he attempts to enter Kentucky people go to the Palace as naturally as water runs and the reason is clear There you get what you know to be absolutely pure and fresh You get good well cooked cornbread hot biscuits good and such vituals as we have here in the Bluegrass The meals are served nicely and you are not made to pay for a lot of style and stuff that Kentuckians do not like The rates are reasonable the rooms ale gant and those in charge are in every sense of the word It is a favorite stopping place for and they can go there alone and be in as safe as at home Mr Maxwell the clever proprietor permits no ob jectionable characters shoat the bouse d a masher is out as quickly be a sneak theif 1s located at Sixth and one block above Fountain Square the very heart of the retail is a few steps from Grand Theatre the Walnut Columbia and in fact only a minutes walk from all points of interest When you go to Cincinaati The Record advises that yoa stop at the Palace Hotel and if yoa orsset with yoa evid H t havent been or set sw e of Uk would published II room Hotel buttermilk gentlemen ladles ould lID the anywhere I n Palace downhill hands fired The Pa Vine stores few satiated everything ly I r- k 1 1L I I The Work Commenced Dirt Broker 01 Waterworks MM lay Maiy laborers are aid Stag leigMetre the WIrk Lets lise f Risks Halals Monday afternoon at 130 oclock the large force of bands lined upMay Kinnaird dug out the first shovel of dirt and work on the water works in earnest The company has all the hands that can be obtained and wants more so theres plenty of work for all able bodied men who want to turn an honest penny The site is a beautiful one the hills making a per tact lake so that the 25 foot dam will throw a body of water averaging 23 feet over eight acres of land The surrounding land from which the lake will be fed is of fine bluegrass and there is absolutely no source for matter to getinto the wa ter When the dam is completed all sod will be peeled off and the bottom which will be clay will be prepared for the water As stated in a recent issue people who know about these matters say this plan is the most and satisfactory that flas been tried and officers of cities adopting it recommend it as the best and most desirable to have The pipes are on the road and in a few days work will begin in the town limits Eight lOch mains will be laid on principal streets while six inch will run through the side streets There will be forty fire plugs A bond has been taken for the completion of the plant by December 1 so the work will be pushed as rapid ly as possible That Lancaster needs water works worse than else no public spirited man will deny and now that has commenced there should be and doubtless is great re jolting in the hearts of those who want to see the good old town pros per The Brodhead fair is on and many from this section are attending began objectionable successful anything I work The Ladles will serve ice cream in the Park Thursday afternoen All the members of the W C T U are requested to meet Saturday at three oclock sharp Bores and Posies We will sell 100 head of horses at the fairgrounds Richmond Ky and one car load of Indian Ponies These horses are breaking out nicely and are giving satisfaction Sale commencing promptly at 10 oclock Tuesday Sept 8 821tf J T Cook Co About September 1 The W rooms will be ready for occupancy about Sept 1 The will open the building by a at which refreshments will be served free of cost Old and young married and single lad and lassie all are invited and requested to bring a gift Plates knives cups saucers pictures etc are needed Come one and all and give the new enterprise a hearty sendoff Exact date given later on Fine Farm for Sale The Record is authorized to adver tise one of the best farms in Buckeye for sale The place contains 100 acres of the best producing land in the coun ty abundance of water good dwell ing barn outhouses and good fence Lies about half mile from Poor Ridge pike Here is a bargain for those wanting to invest in land that is strictly A No 1 a21tf A Splendid Idea It is the wish of the trustees of the Graded School that parents will dress their children In the uniform adopted or suggested By doing this it will make it much cheaper on patrons who have to buy so many clothes as the uniform is not expensive and all will be on an equal footing The uniform is of navy blue wool or cloth the quality to suit purchaser The hats are to be the mortarboard style and can be purchased at the milliners or dry goods houses The object of this uniform Is to cut down expenses of those parents who have to clothe so many children and the idea is a good one A similar plan has been for boys and the parents should join in with the trustees and make the scheme a success Republican Convention A Republican Convention is hereby called to meet at the Court House in Lancaster at 2 oclock p m on Aug 29 to select delegates to the District Convention to be held at Danville on Tuesday Sept 1st at 2 p m for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices of Cir cult Judge and Commonwealths in this Judicial District This Aug 18 1903 D R Collier Cum 2t I eT U recep- tIon suggested Saturday republican ladies Attorney rndleys Portraf Harrodsburg hand portrait of former Governor Bradley will soon hang in the Executive office of the State house at Frankfort The portrait is now completed and as soon as the frame which is being made by Mr Clel Fowler is ready it will be hung and presented to the State with propriate ceremonies This will be in about six weeks Mrs Jessie D Rue of Harrodsburg a Kentucky woman of rare artistic talent painted the por trait which is a bust in oil It is an excellent likeness of the former Governor The presentation of the portrait is a personal tribute to Gov Bradley from his friends While he was Chief Executive he started the custom of collecting the portraits of former Governors for the State house with the result that most of them now adorn the building Friends thought it would be a deserved recognition to place Gov Bradleys portrait among them and at the first request raised the S4UO necessary Mrs Rue has met with remarkable success Among the portraits she has painted is one of Grand Commander Anderson of the G A R The youngest Sunday school scholar in the United States Miss Elizabeth Davis 18 months old daughter of D E Davis attends the Methodist School in Lancaster DemocratA apP Sunday k lie slzed rJ A BEAZLEY GO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 p L DAVIDSON 0s 0 Attorney At Law S Life insurance policies bought 0for cash or loaned on for sums s of 500 and upward I t o f 0 0 2 000 00000000000-y e 000000004 114 1 Straw Hats at I I I III Odds and Ends in and Slippers At Manufacturers Cost R big lot Slio s At Half Price otbing FUr fishing Goods jo at Cost for next 60 iif11 Logan JIi I d if f ri Halt 160 0oooooaaooaooaaa4 Iddies 1isses Ii1drns off S days C OAC 4 0Q HTw L i Pin AND HARNESScheap for the next 30 days ROMANS ELHI1E t ff r 8ritJ nw JGrNmgI BUGGIES 8 8 iIII iii iii iii 8 IiI IiI 1iI iii 1iiI iI IiiI 8 Ii J a D I D n CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 21 1903 The negro who assaulted a white woman near Danville Ill which deed was the cause of the recent lynching and rioting in that community has been indicted convicted and to a long term in prison Should the people in every locality know to a certainty that brutes charged with crimes that throw men into fury and lawlessness would receive such prompt attention from the authorities it is safe to say this knowledge would cause a very material decrease in the number of lynchings and mobs no matter what the locality To a con siderable extentblame for a weakness on the part of the people to take law in their own hands and lynch rapists and criminals of this worst type is due to the fact that there has been a great laxity in the conviction and punish ment of the wretches whose offenses demanded that they be speedily sen tenced and placed where they could not molest and mutilate defenseless women We dare say that these men who stand willing to join a mob and lynch a human brute would consent to waive this apparently newly acquiredprivilege and let the law take its course if they knew be yond the slightest doubt that the man for whose blood they thirst would be duly punished without procrastina tion To terminate mob rule men guilty of the crimes which form the incentive to lynchings must be pun ished to the degrees that their crimes call for and promptly at that The Four Hundred upper crust of society is now asking the government for a mourning postage stamp There would be about as much sense in it as there is in the other tomfoolery now gone through with when a relative dies Attend a funeral and here comes- a long procession of black dresses Well that may do to wear to theser vices but for a few days after the rel atives go about clad in black clothes from head to foot and in cities they go so far as to have the harness of the horses draped in black goods of some kind We once saw a poodle dog in New York with his collar draped in black as he sat in a fine carriage by a rich woman who was mourning the loss of some rich old codger who had possibly left her a large fortune with which to marry again Our reason for disliking the custom is that there is enough gloom in the loss of a dear one without having one continual after it is over If you loved the deceased you will not have to wear certain kind of clothes to show it and for the people to dress in the godfor saken doleful garb cuts no figure with the public and only adds gloom to gloom How often have you heard the expression She looks well in black or I dont think black is at all to her Away with such tomfoolery Three thousand dollars is what a New York jury assessed a young fel low for kissing a girl 1233 times or a little over 240 per kiss If the kiss ee was a pretty Kentucky girl and she did her part in the operationthey were worth 82400 each but if she stood like a knot on a log and made the fellow do all the work one cent each was a high price A kiss so we have heard that is not responded to and entered into with the same spirit in which it is given is as objectiona sentenced beforehand funeral becoming ble as eating cold soup or listening to a temperance lecture For the second time one man on the jury has prevented the hanging of Jett and White the mountain assas sins Eleven good men and true were found in Harrison county but those back of the assassination with their mint of money succeeded in getting one man on the jury to stand pat against the will of the other eleven It seems that justice is a thing of the past in Kentucky Money can bring about anything even in the courts Rev Dr Hillis is of the opinion go to the devil on 50000 a year reverend gentleman is about right but there are many men who will risk their souls salvation for a much less sum We have known men pretty decent sort of people too who would see their best friend beg bread rather than lend him a helping hand This is a great old world any way you take it An upEast lunatic immagined he was the standing army If the poor fellow wants recognition and a boost from Uncle Sam he must pose as a red nosed politician and join the vol unteers as the Army has been thrown down at every opportunity and it has been clearly demonstrated that a reg ular stands about as much show as a clawless cat in perdition Those college students who went West to help in the harvest fields have returned home Mommerwas not thereto makeup the cook pies for them or comb their au burn locks The average college stu dent turns out a veritable hothouse plant It takes the farmer boy the Rube lad to keep the world amovin We have never seen a weekly handle a big and important matter as well as the Cynthiana Democrat re ported the JettWhite trial The sum and substance was given completely and didnt take all day to tell it It Jim Allen could court as well as he can run a newspaper he would have long since shaken off single cussedness Those eleven Harrison county must not think the people them in the least for the failure to hang Jett and White The public knows they were honest men and true men and would have hanged the assassins had not a black sheep been found to thwart their will There was a big old time footwash ing Indian Creek ville last Sunday the ministers of the land want to do a good turn for the people they will preach this old time custom and insist that it be out especially in warm weather Gen Miles is hearing the presiden tial bee buzzing in his bonnet and the Louisville Times says if he will listen he may hear Cousin George Deweys warning cry Watch out Nelse the pesky things got a A Louisville preacher says the must work out his own he can only be lifted up through his own efforts Let Rastus dastardly deed and he will receive all necessary help in being lifted up if a person is to judge from the many hangings A Kansas woman lost 87300 which she bad hidden in her bustle This Is a case where hindsight was the most important v I featherbeds paper jurors censure up on near Plne If carried stinger commitany recent I g wall Nero salvation e jraiiite and Marble I I X- We are at all tunes prepared to offer the Ibuying public the best in the marketin the fline of Monuments Markers Posts Coping etc etc IIOur line of designs are we can also prepare special ideas Pres nted by our customers We quote the prices f Iconsistent with the finest qualities erect work any where I Karrard Bounty Marble Work f I STANFORD STREET f j and We I j Headstones fat t lowest k- f G Y- y Ceneral Lee on Lynching Gen Fitzhugh Lee while in Kansas City a few days sence thus preached the gospel of lynching I dont believe in lynching believes in lynching Be careful that you get that right However continued the general there is one of the objects attained by lynching seldom considered If a man say a negro shall assault a woman perhaps some very dear relative of yours he has got to be killed or arrested If this uegro is arrested after his crime and is brought into the court room with its jury its lawyers the woman the one who has suffered it already is the witness She must appear and perhaps under the cross exam ination of lawyers relate even details of the assault thus subjecting her to humiliation to an extreme degree Forty Acre and a Cabin If Robert G Ingersoll had been less analytical a little more considerate of the clergy and more sparing in rid icule some of the things he said and which are really worth remembering would have given place in hearts now estranged Ecw men have with greater pathos or expressed in language more sublime the ideal happiness which may come from right living here and his home life was such aSmany of his critics and tradu cers would do well to imitate His heart was near to nature and his hand was not withheld from those in need A young man who once sought a clerk ship in Washington and who had for an endorsement from Mr In gersoll received the following reply Young man I would rather have forty acres of land with a log cabin on it and the woman I love in the a little grassy winding path leading down to the spring where the water gurgles from the lips of the earth whistling day and night to the white pebbles a per petual at the corner of the house and morn ing glories blooming over the low latched lattice work over the window so that the sunlight would fall checked on the dimpled babe in the cradle and birds like songs with wings hovering in the sum mer be the clerk of any gov ernment on earth Origin of the J ulep Senator Jce Blackburn of Ken tucky is responsible for this mint julep story It is a popular idea but a mistaken one said he that the mint julep originated in my State As a matter of fact it came from the North and was first introduced in our section when old Col Cranberry of Lexington entertained a visitor from the State of New York The visitor picked a handful of mint one day and manufactured julep for the Colonel who straightway became exceedingly fond of it So enamored did he become of the seductive beverage that after the departure of his guest the Colonel kept his old body servant constantly chasing around in the search of mint Two years later the gentleman from New York found himself in the same locality and borrowing a horse he rode around the place to call upon the Colonel The place appeared deserted and neglected when he arrived There was nobody in sight save the old black servant who was seated dejectedly upon the doorstep He raised his eyes to the caller but there was no recog his glance Dont you know me Sam in quired the visitor 11 No Bah I doesnt know you replied the negro Oh well Where is the Colonel I doesnt rightly know Sah jes whar de Kunnel is at de present the darky slowly De fac is Sah dere was a gmlen yere de Norf las yeah or de yeah befo an he done lamed de Kuouel to put in his whisky Well what of that Sam De Funnel died las week Sah Shoe OB These shoes doctor said Ih cot bIer after a brief aint worth mending Then of said the doctor turning away Idont want anything done to them But T charge you fifty the What Well sir you metiye dol lars the other telling me there wasnt matterwth me1- EX Nobody prosecuting pima written written cabinwith poemwith hollyhocksgrowing doorwith airthan nitionin Sah Never mind Ii Sahsaid from II just J day hyth tha- is characteristic moment comedown garbs Oilier Foot examination course cents same for charged for the t HAltKSlUlllY Mrs J C Boner of Boyle was here Saturday mingling with old friends Miss Emily Humphreys of Shelby ville is spending several weeks with friends Miss Catharine Aldridge of is visiting Miss Rose Aldridge and other relatives Mr and Mrs Charles Burdett gave an elegant dining to a number of friends Tuesday Mr John Bennett and wife of Preachersville were guests Saturday and Sunday of Miss Callie Durham All having friends or relatives in terred in the Fork cemetery are to come or send a hand Satur day August 22 to help clean out the cemetery Misses Cook and Philips of Stan ford have been the guests of Miss Lula Simpson who is giving a house party week in honor of Miss Emi ly Lynch Carpenter Humphreys of ShelbyvilleThe meeting will begin at the Fork church Sunday August 23 The pastor will be assisted by Dr B P Bailey an eminent divine of Win Chester All are cordially invited to attendA from here attended the South District Association which met at DanvilleAug 1819 The following delegates was sent from the Fork church Rev W M Stallings W D Marksburv T D Chesnut J K Massee Robt Clark and David Swope PREACHERSYILLE C P Miller of Danville was here last Monday Leslie Harbor of was visiting here Sunday Rev Thos Owens is in Williamsburg this week on business Sol C Rigsby bought a sadde horse a few days ago for 70 John W and Sam Cummins has re turned home from Virginia Menifee Elmore will leave this week looking for a place to locate John Cress bought 40 sheep in Rock castle last vreek for per head Misses Osa and Kate Dudderar were visiting MrsJ H Thompson Sunday J P Rogers has rented his farm to J P Ballard for the year 1904 for 200 Mr Dave Thompson and wife has been visiting at McKinney for a few daysB Holtzclaw has bought of J J Thompson his hay crop for 50 cents par hundred in the stack A J Thompson sold J C Fox 100 bar rels of corn for 300 also 100 barrels to Edmiston Bros for same Rev Andrew Johnson commenced a meeting at the Methodist church last Tuesday night which promises to be a line meeting Ollie Naylor Thomas and Ben Lunceford James Shaw and Philip Thompson has gone to Kansas to help thresh wheat- J L Hutchins wife and J B Hutch i is went to Bailey Switch last week to attend the burial of their sister Miss America Hutchins DMr and Mrs H C Cummins have re turned from Virginia where they have been for a month with their daughter who died last week BEUNA VISTA Master Wi lbur Scott has been quite sickJames Scott leaves Tuesday for Pe tosky Michigan Born to the wife of R P Ison the 11th inst a daughter Mrs Cotton will return to her home In Bell county Wednesday Mrs Frank Bogie of Jessamine at Mrs Elizabeth Ison An unnsually large number from here attended the Lexington fair Wm Christopher bought of Gus Scott 31 barrels corn at 3 50 per barrel W P Ruble sold one butcher cow to Smith and Dunn for 260 per Messrs Will Sechrest and nephew have returned to their home in Grant countyFrank Grimes of Lexington is the Mrs Margaret Robinson his great grand mother Miss Cotton from near Danville was the guest of Miss Bessie few days last week A basket meeting conducted by Bev Urton held at Pollys Bend Sunday Mrs Ison Hamilton of your city the funeral of her brother Will Lane last Thursday Mrs John Daugherty of Lexington is the guest parents Mr and Mrs Thos Christopher The Misses of been the pleasant guests of Misses Mary and Askins Miss Virginia King and cousin Mr Colton visited near Nicholas yille and attended the Lexington fairRev A P Jones will his last sermon for this Conference year at Mt Olivet next Sunday turn XikSU Rev Mr Stratton of Nfcholasvillej preached his last sermon before at Browns Chapel Saturday eveningMrs Linney and daughter Miss Dora of Kansas City were tbe of Miss Florence Christopher from Monday Chas Spilman from Shaker town Geo and of the of their i JW I 1lar bury 250 Mrs Fraly vis- Ited cwt guestof Bolton a was other Askins Ambrosebave notre guests Saturday until Uman I 0 here Lancaster requested this o schoolhouse attended Elizabeth friends preach He may Conference and wife near Wife Danville were guests M V Sx iy mother Saturday night md Sunday Will Lane Jr died at his home near here last Wednesday after a lin gering illness He was a good citizen and neighbor an affectionate husband and father All during his sickness he gave testimony to his readiness to die He leaves a mother wife and two children beside a number of oth er relatives to whom we extend heart felt sympathy Funeral at Mt Olivet conducted by Rev II Tomlinson in terment same place MANSE Joe McCormack made a living trip ta Stanford last week Miss Isabelle Walker of visiting her parents Mrs Lizzie Dunn and Hallie Arnold visited Miss Annie Kennedy of Rich mono last week W G McKinney of has been spending several with his nieces Miss Roystons Miss Panthea Royston who is a stenographer in Louisville is several weeks with homefolks B Woods gave a lawn fete in honor of her bouse party Friday It was one of the loveliest events of the season Misses Nellie Peyton of Lexington and Lurine Walker of Louisville who have been guests of Miss Estelle have returned home The Fairview church is rapidly going up and the contractors have to have it ready by the next preaching day i e the third Sunday in Sept Mrs Jim Engleman and son Timothy of Middlesboro have been visiting rel atives in this vicinity Mrs Engleman tells us they leave for Colorado next month for the benefit of her husbands healthMesdames Annie Montgall of Kan sas City Mattie Shard of Midway Monie Dunn and Bettie Faith of Brodhead who have been spending a week with Mrs Belle Henderson have returned to their home Mrs J B Woods house party com posed of Misses Mary Noel and Ruth Smith of Danville Bettie West and Gertrude Noel of Hyattsville Doty of Lancaster and Allecn Hyatt of Winchester have each returned to their respective homes after having spent an enjoyable week A young Oklahoma man went to church with his best girl Both were quite handsome and modest When the collection was being taken up the young man explored his pockets and whispered to the young lady- I havent got a cent I changed my pants In the meantime the young lady had been searching in her pockets and finding nothing blushed a rosy red as stammered1m predicament That SmoothFinish So 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 M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn 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 f r Louisville- is Montgomery- Ala day S spending Mrs J Hattie 1 ling evening Walker promised she a S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lncien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N BAnderson Clay Sutton T L Broaddus J W Sutton B L Kelly MrsJ H West L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Mrs F M Farra Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson J H Grand W L Lawson B A Beazley Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W B Cook F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill Hemphill Walden Leslie Harber W MMahan Administrarors Sale As administrator of Susan Miller deceased I will on Thursday Sept 3 1903 beginning at 10 oclock a m at her late residence near the iron bridge on the Dix River and Lancaster turnpike in Garrard County Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the personal property of said decedent consisting of I 1 buggy 1 set of harness 1 hog the household kitchen consisting of beds and bedding cook stove cooking vessels dishes etc Terms For all sums of 30 or a creditors months will be given de cured by a good note payable to the administrator bearing 6 per cent from date Under that sum cash m hand John W Miller Adm of Susan Miller deceased We prepared to do paper hang tog and painting in the best style and at most See us be fore placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMlllin m58tf cOw Bros and furniture over are reasonable prices 4Tp- y 1 jVSBEAIEV Dentists Office store Danville at office t G CrAms J BeaZley Paris f over Thomp sons Gen Smith Jr Notary Public W 1 Typewriting New Stage Line Lancaster and Danville New Vehicles Fresh HorsesL- v Inuunster S A M AT Dnmllle 1030 A ir Lv Danville 2 r M Ar Lancaster 420 r M- AlexMillerProprietor I Farmers See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER T B WALKER SON Your house needs Painting Outside Papering Inside us furnish the material MCROBERTS STORE I 1 Let OOCOOC OOC O 400404444444444444444444444444 444444444444444444444444440444 sMI rJ J RUG OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION I I I VEHICLES Our display this season surpasses anything have to show Over Two MM Now In Stock The Very Latest Novelties in 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 Fresh Vacine Virus I AlPkinJ ofDisinfectants x Store G fr i I I I I X OOcx if I tQ g- I I J 1r i t BIE DrUg JIt1 r the ever attempted 1 c 00000 OOOOOC O 000 OOOOQ0000000000000000 000 00 0 r F Kw a w I t i ALL AROUND I I 0rE I E pE E j i IIIPUT s r wc AgroiiY I and Acomin j Reversible Hillside Disc Plow All same to the WAGNER Lightest draft Steadiest run ning I I j Li I I J 1L 1 I r 1- R 1 i Wagner 1 d J j BITS THE STUFF Ha d ground High weeds Cornstalks Briersi c TRY IT- i s Pos le PERSONALS Edwin Gaines was in Danville Mon dayMiss Julia Reid is in Louisville with relativesMiss Morrow is in Lexington visiting relatives Miss Alberta Hilton is in Brodhead attending the fair Mrs Osee Bush left Thursday for her home in St Louis Miss Cordie Hamilton is in Cincin nati visiting relatives Mrs William Marrs left Friday for her home in Knoxville Miss Eliza Jones of Danville is the guest of Miss Mary Doty Mr Henry Simpson has been visiting in Louisville and St Louis Miss Alleen Hudson of Danville is the guestof Miss Lizzie Hudson Miss Marrie Shilling of Richmond is the guest of Miss Elsie Zimmer Mrs Baumstark is visiting herdaughter Mrs Annie Singleton The B B club will be entertained this week by Mrs William Cook Misses Emma Soper and Cora Ward have been Cincinnati for a few days Miss Katie Hemphill of Nicholas ville is the guest of Miss Mary Arnold Shirley Elkin of MIddlesboro is his parents Mr T S Elkin and wifeMiss Nell Hopper of Virginia spent several days with Mrs Ellen Owsley PoorMiss Tennie Warren of Stanford is the guest of her aunt Miss Jennie DuncanMr Hardin of Decatur 111 has been spending a few days with Garrard relatives Mr Robert Elkin of Atlanta has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Elkin McDowell of Irvine is with her Walker who continues to improve Mr W M Bogle and wife of Owens boro are guests of Mr W II Wher ritt and wife Judge J C Hemphill and family have returned from a visit to Nicholasville and Lexington Miss Tine Johnston has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Robert Arnold Miss Minerva Beddow who hasbeen visiting Mrs Ophelia Dunn has to Danville Mr Sam Sutton wife and little son of Dewitt Ill are visiting his mother Mrs Mary A Sutton Gash Talks Bargains in DISHES Bargains in GROCERIES Bargains MEAT Cash is what I work for Pay for what you get and if owe me ray or do not ask favors you and not the oth H M BALLOU i I I I I I I I I I I I I ITS Mrs L L I returned r I I in- SIDE ere 2i visiting f you Mr and Mrs Sam Ilaselden have re turned from a pleasant visit to rela tives in Nicholasville Miss Mary Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexing ton and Nicholasville Miss Pauline Arnold has returned to her home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs George Farris Mrs H A B Marksbury visited Mrs G S Gaines of Danville and attend ed the Baptist convention Misses Nell and Josephine Warren have been charming guests of their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Richmond Climax Miss Irene of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs Z T Rice on Broadway Capt Wm Herndon and daughter Miss Annie have returned from a weeks stay at Estill Springs Misses Mary Noel of Danville and Alleen Hyatt o f Winchester are guests of Miss Gertrude Noel Mrs Nannie Wearen of Lexington and Mrs James Stephens of Crab Or chard were with Mrs James Hill Mr William Wherritt and bride Orleans La arc visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs W II Wherritt Mr and Mrs W B Mason have re turned from a visit to relatives and friends in Chicago and Louisville Mrs William Hughes and Mrs Edwin Arnold have returned from a visit to relatives in Perry villeandHarrodsburg Mr Kilgore and baby of Texas and Miss Jennie Parks of Paint Lick were guests Saturday of Mrs J S Robinson Lexington Leader Miss Lily Dale Grant of Lancaster is visiting Mr and Mrs Luther Foley on the Clays Mill roadMr John Arnold and wife of who have been visiting the fam ily of Squire Johnson returned home MondayMr Doty wife and handsome son James of Stanford have been spending a week with relatives in this county Boyd and children of and Mrs Clara Bettis of are guests of Mrs U D Simpson at Mason Hotel Miss Lizzie Brown Mesdames Pol lard and Edwin Gaines are in Lexing ton attending the Union State Sunday convention clever young friend Harry of the D D Danville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Tommy Robinson Mrs Dorcas Walker and daughter Nancy have returned from Lincoln Co where they have been visiting Mrs George Robinson Mrs Sarah Barnett and daughter Mrs Percy S Ewing of Decatur Ills are visiting friends in Lancaster after an absence of twelve years Mr Joe Miller accompanied his sis ter Mrs Joe A Elsener and baby to Charleston W Va after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs N Miller Misses Mary Haggard of Winches ter Annie and Minnie Cotton of Dan ville and Jennie Burnside of Bryants vine are guests of Miss Lena Rigney PauldIng avenue Danville New telegram re ceived this morning from Mr Noel Jean who is at the bedside of his son Dr George Jean in California states that he is better Mrs Mollie Young and handsome lit tIe grandson Chas Fox have returned from Owen county and will spend a few days with her parents Capt and Mrs White before returning to Texas Mrs J A Beazley gave an elegant dinner Wednesday in honor of Mrs Mildred Beazley The guests were Mesdames John Stone Pauline Rigney Harriet A Price Elizabeth Mason Becky West L Waits and Susan An dersonDr Mrs Simpson Elkin who have been spending a few days with Lancas ter relatives returned to their home in Atlanta Monday The visits of this lovely couple are always greatly by a wide circle of friends in their old home George T Mason who is a Lancaster ooy from the ground up is here visa ting his mother Mr Mason is engaged in the business at Chicago and is meeting the greatest sue He is a wholesoued fellow and has friends by the score Col Billy Burton from I I i 1IIILtIIIIr Romans Mrs Thos Oklahoma lour sA t a- New Richmond Lowell Robinson enjoyed insurance with cess returned f the mountains with a large drove of mules which he bought there He also brought back a beautiful pony which is attracting much attention Mr Burton is one of the best known horsemen in Kentucky and handles many good Little Miss Edna Gulley spent Sun day with her cousins Misses Bessie and May Brown Mr and Mrs A B Brown Sr Miss Martha Stevens and Mrs Coley Gulley and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs A B Brown Jr The attractive home of Miss Lena Rigney was the scene last Tuesday evening of a charming Roses palms and Southern smilax the artistic decorations Miss Rigney her guests wearing a toilet of white mull trimmed in lace Miss Rigney offered a stylish and delicious menu is an admirable hostess and understands the art of giving pleasure to her guests Danville Advocate Miss Em Smith of this city daughter of Mr and Mrs C N Smith is making quite a reputa tion as a musician at Chautauqua N Y Last week she played in oratorio audience of seven thousand people This week she will play a solo at II1g gins Hall in the Marcosson and Slier wood Students Recital It has looked for some time like Miss Smith was a very promising young musician and her Danville friends will be glad to hear that she is making a reputation away from home Danville Advocate United States Mail Clerk Eason who has teen confined in the Jewish Hospital near Avondale Cincinnati for the past five weeks has returned home very much improved in health It will be remembered that Mr Eason had his left limb fractured in a rail road collision on the Q C some time ago He has carried it in a plas ter cast for several months but the injured member refused to heal and he was compelled to submit to an ope ration for what the doctors termed an ununited fracture The operation proved very successful it is hoped that he will be all right in a few weeks Good Resort A subscriber writes as follows I made a Hying visit to Dripping Springs which is one of the most resorts in the country The water and the pure mountain air together with the wholesome food furnished by Mr J M Rothwell will restore health and vigor to any one I know of several remarkable cures that have been effected where the parties had dispaired of recovery Need No Pity r Dont pity the country editor He is as contented as a cow puffed up by eating too many rose geraniums Pray for the spindle shanked gazabo that is living the strenuous life in the me tropolis He needs it Dont lose any sleep over the Rube who edits your home paper He may not know a pan egyric from a misfit formula for apple butter but he knows a hyp ocrite when he sees one He probably eats with a knife and wears under shirts with slivers in em but no city or town sage can make him cat dirt To be poked fun at by the city brother when his paper announces to the world in a flourish of long primer that Si Greens choicest bull calf choked it self to death on a baga doesnt ruffle him a particle for he rests in the consciousness that it will please Si and doesnt hurt the city chap who wouldnt know a rutabaga from a Greek god Ex Some Truthful Words Winchester It were not for the town paper you would b forgotten Your success your would be drowned III a horse pond of oblivion Your next door neighbor would not know you had made a sale of property and that had swelled you up like a poisioned pup If it were not for the town paper people would not know that you existed and When you walk up town feeling that earth could not get along without you that the stars would cease to shine just remember that if no one else recognizes your importance the reporter is awed by tread your sublime presence Others may deceive you tell you that they like to buy you for what you are worth and sell you for you think you are worth butthe town paper will stand by you notice your coming and going and make you feel as though you amounted to someteing when do not Always remember the paper I I c n received Thomas popular famous assured DemocratIf sorrow It careless you I ones formed and making that your would what tow RESOLUTIONS At a meeting of Franklin Lodge No 7 I O O F Lancaster Kyf the fol lowing resolutions pertaining to the death of our deceased brother Wm adoptedResolved of our brother Wm Ward this lodge has lost a devoted member and an worker and one who had the cause of OddFellowship at heart and one who nut only professed but acted Odd Fellowship in its truest sense and are the widows orphans throughout this jurisdiction whose hearts have been made glad by his timely assistance and we are glad to say with his kindly disposition and love for his order no Odd Fellow or Odd Fellows widow or children was ever turned from his door without timely and substantial assistance and now that he has gone out upon that dark and turbulent river We are now we knowthat his hands were filled with deeds of charity the golden keys which unlock the pearly gates to a new Jerusalem Resolved that to his family and friends we extend our deepest sympa thy in this their hour of bereavment Resolved a copy of these be sent published in the Lancaster Record and at large upon the records of the Lodge Book B D Herndon Jas A Beazley R II Tomlinson Committee The better class of colored people at Evansville Indianapolis and at other towns are appealing to the others to enforce the law against the worthless element of their race which has been bringing the negroes into Thejrask that the idlers the thieves and the toughs of that race be made to either go to work or else move on There are good negroes many of them who make good citizens those who are in favor of law and order and the worser element of their own race It might be well enough for the white people to take a similar stand and ask that the worser element of that race be compelled to go to work or get out The time is coming when honest men of all classes shall have to band them selves together against the lawless that so threatens our institutions Men of all classes and colors who are not willing to do right should be called to account for their inisdccdsGIenns Graphic Everybody Coma to the State Fair at Owenaboro Next lUonlli and wee the Great Exhibit for which 20000 Cash Prizes will Be Away The great Kentucky State Fair easily the biggest in the South is only five weeks off and as September 21st approaches the interest increases The enterprising city of Owens boro is on the hustle as it has not been before and there is going to be a show that no citizen of Kentucky can afford to miss Many of the States exhibits for Louis Exposition will first be seen at the State Fair at Owensboro next month and the fact that many of the prize winning will be sent to the Worlds Fair next year will prove an additional to everyone Cash more than 20000 will be distributed in prizes for all kinds of stock farm and mineral products household work and other exhibits Send to L B Shropshire Secretary Board of Trade Building Louisville for catologue or information It How some people who are so widely different from us can be satisfied with themselves is past all human End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption The benefit 1 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 McRoberts Drug Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m When you want to get your eys worth go to JT Williams and buy genuine Jellico Goaf the EastTen nessee that runs and the best that comes to octl JT Williams i many a n d satisfiedyes resolutions to his family Said otlicers and disrepute these now asking clement Given in years the St exhibits incentive amounting- to understanding stubborn come Coal fcannel sit untiring that Toil are rapidly Store more Lancaster For Representative We to announce John O Bogie us a candidate for the Dem1 ocratlc nomination for Representative of Garrard county S I COCIIItAN is a candidate for Represenative of Garrard county in the next General Assembly subject to the action of the Democratic party at primary to be held Sept 2 tn Your support is re spectfully solicited j Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks itudson Final Notice This is positively the last notice those owing last years town taxes THe list is ready for publication and if your taxes aVe not paiJ 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 Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I am ready to receive same and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter a Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf j Having bought other property now offer for sale my o room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky new and in splendid repair For information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Important Notice Town taxes for 1003 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cleve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S Rothwell Collector a14tf U Alex Miller has splendid carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrive7 into the country or make calls His rates are very reasonable horses first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson l Coal Coal Coal Austin ae Bartons old stand carry an Wnen j stock of coal on hand at all uh They handle nothing but the prices are correct g up No 3and what they for you 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 ii splendid a24 tf New silk umbrella straight handle witn pearl and silver linisu Lost be tween Paint Lick and Lancaster Sun day Finder please return to Miss Eliza Rucker Paint Lick or to the Record ollice and receive reward 2t Shoe Shop Moved I have moved my shop to room over Moss meat market corner Public Square and Lexington streets where I am prepared to do the very best work at moderate prices T J Hatcher Teachers Institute The Garrard county Institute foi white teachers will be held at tho school building Aug 31st to Sept 4th 1903 All teachers are required to attend unless excused from by the County Supertendant oth erwise their certificate will be revok ed Mrs L L Walker Co Supt FOR SALE Flour Mill Elevator rianlii Mill Electric Light Plant To settle the estate of Win Ward deceased I offer for sale his splen did 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 throughout the Electric light plant yeiy 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 invest meats in Kentucky and will pay in terest on twice the amount asked for it Address Ward Lancaster Ky 8144t to I Call tf W L Lawson G C D B b t at neir R seeM j Lost t f public and R G are antimorixerl 87 S Everything closed C i will o ju10 attending Administrator i i Are your Horses Tired Has yourWheat been Poor fti Buy aWheatlDrifi and a Little Fertilizer of-i a f PfOSTLEI AND SEE CHANGES I tf Iti I 1 c W IiKI J I 0 F TLIE I- K s vp i prizes best wheat raised in 19O3 19O4 Fer tilizer bought of DPOfflE t 1 Moncyia 75l Ir for r using a THIN r r 1i OFnIK- 111 F11 I PostloLalLIIIAwaMuI r FLOUR BROS FEED STORE and Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and 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 SPECIALTYW- heat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 0 flJULO 9 o PP POOPWH 9ogg JmgJLgg JLOJUUlg gJUULPQ p r lfm1nf 1ml 4cfd POTTSg rAN E e 0 0 T 1Tu stt Oti6 itZi rvrrr r i q Cotton- Seed 10 J Land Stock Crops Hemp has been kept back by the drouth It is now improving but will probably make a rather short crop Butter of medium firmness loses about 3 per cent of moisture for every revolution it is worked in excess Tobacco has improved slightly but it is generally small for the season and a full crop is not expected It was badly damaged by drouth in of the Burley district In the Western section most ofit hasbeen topped There is considerable com plaint of trenching but few are doing well in the section elsewhere they continue to fall from the trees and are scarce The corn crop will be too valuable this year to allow any part of it to go to waste therefore save all of the We are told by all agricultural authorities that every part of the corn plant is useful if strictly preserv ed and made use of Gardens and melons suffered from the drouth more probably than the staple crops but they have improved since the rains Sweet potatoes are doing very well Fresh air is as necessary to the prop er development of the body as is food If fowls breathe impure air they do not get the supply of oxygen needed by the system Steers will gain more rapidly on grass than on any other kind of food during this month they are allowed grain at night Prices have fallen as is usually the case at this season and it may be found more to hold them over than to sell if pastur age is plentiful but if they are to be fed in stalls entirely the sooner they are disposed of the better Corn is excellent and well advanced in the western and west central coun ties where good yields seem to be as sured It is improving in the eastern half of the State but jt has been seri ously damaged by drouth in many The greatest i damage is in the Bluegrass region and adjacent countiesFarm work has progressed well threshing of wheat is about completed hay all saved corn laid by and plow ing for wheat is being rapidly pushed When high prices for farm products prevail it is natural that we should feel that the producer is getting a good thing by reason of such prices Not always The high prices prevail ing just now for some kinds of farm products find them in the hands of the speculator High prices prevail now for cotton bnt the crop has pass ed from the hands of the producer It is usually the same with porkgrain and other products improving They were about dried up in many localities and stock had to be fed Some late fields of hay were saved during the week The early and intermediate forage crops averaged good and were saved in an excellent condition Millet and sorghum are only fair A fairly large acreage of stock peas and other late forage props has been planted HrCatesby Woodford of Lexington sold in New York last week 19 head of yearling thoroughbreds for 37000 He sold two head a few days ago for 5000 It is rumored that a large packing plant Is to be established in Kansas City for the exclusive business of slaughtering Angora goats Packers already know a trick that would be worth a whole lot of this nature They v e r y wormsApples provided localities Pastnresare portions Western becoming fodder can now turn out a very good grade of mutton at their present packing plants and should sheep become short goats will answer just as well To have a packing plant that is to be giv en to the exclusive use of goats would mean that it would be idle as soon as the would run shortsomething that would soon happen The high price of cotton Is causing many of the large cotton mills to operations Speculators have forced prices up to a figure that will greatly curtail the production and consumption of cotton goods With land worth 75 per acre corn worth 35 cents hay G and hired help worth 25 per month and will cost about 856 to produce a 30 month old steer weighing 1300 pounds and the breed of the animal will determine whether there will be any profit in his production If he is a scrub and brings 4 per hundred weight he will be raised at a loss if a high grade Shorthorn Doddie or Whiteface and brings 6 there will be a profit About all the losses and profits associated with beef production are connected with this proposition and the worst of it is that there arc so many men who will not believe it until they have tried it Not 25 per cent of the hemp now grown inFayette and other hemp counties of Kentucky will be bro ken said Col Jerry Delph the well known auctioneer and land agent of Lexington Col Delph is an authori ty on agricultural topics and during his trips through Central Kentucky has had many opportunities to the effects of the present drouth on growing crops throughout the blue grass region where the drouth has been must severe on the best lands said Col Delph hemp shows the need of rain very badly Most ol it is not over three fett tall and it is blooming Whenever hemp blooms and the stem gets hard and dry no amount of rain will do it any good The yield this will be very small and as a matter of course the price will be higher Many persons in this community arc suffering from kidney complaint who could avoid fatal results by using Fo leys Kidney Cure C J E Stormes 1 m It is easier to be forgotten than to forget 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 Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1 m Church membership is not an eleva tion in heaven Quick relief for Asthma 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 The fruits of love do not grow from the roots of lust PUg an End to It Alt- A grievious wail of times comes as a result of unbearable pain from organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills put an end to it all They are but thorough Try them Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store 1 m supply boardit raising observe Can d overtaxed th suspend year N immediate 4 gentle Our Stock of Monuments and superior facilities for producing at low prices give tages to all buyers Consult us Our experience of half a century in bus hers is worth something you None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON v LEXINGTON KY c Ot unusualadvan i 0 them the k Several varieties seOd wheat nl o rye and barley HAD Marksbury Son BKYANTSV11LE Born to the Mullins a tine boy Mrs Mary Swope of your city is the guest of Miss Martha Boner is the guest of her sister Mrs C C Becker DMr James Middleton died at hishome near Mt of consutnptioq Mrs C J Armstrong was in Wilmore several days last week on business Mr Walker Burnside and sister Miss Jennie attended a party given by Miss Lena Rlgneyj of Lancaster Mrs Fletcher Ison is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Johnson who has been very sick but is better Mrs E H Ballard and sons Hogan and Bryan have returned from where they attended the fair Mr William Lane Jr died at his home in the Beuna Vista neighbor hood of Brights disease Aug 12th A two little girls survive him They have the sympathy of the entire community LOWELL J M Metcalfs new building is about completeIt as dry here now as it has been this year Sam Henderson has sold his timber to S H Blount for 70 J JVI Meadows Son went to Rock castle on business Tuesday Mrs Belle Henderson and Mrs Howe went to Brodhcad to attend the fair J R Henderson is having quite a lot of lumber sawed is going to buildMrs Jessie Parker has not returned to Jellico yet but will be at home in a few days Misses Ida Stone and Margaret Za none were guests of Mrs J H Meier of Danville last week Protracted meeting closed Friday with four converts three of whom were baptized Friday at 3 oclock After an illness of seven weeks J W Adams died here Saturday evening and was buried Sunday at old Paint Lick He leaves a wife and three children When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists 1m OCCUPATION AND CHARACTER I A GrowIng Life as Well as a llunIiiCMH Should lie the Aim ol Bvciry Man is not your occupation that de termines character it is more likely that your character will determine your occupation Occupation grant ed that it is honenst is not essential to character a noble life can be lived under the most adverse conditions White hands and a white pair of cuffs do not guarantee a white life nor do black hands determine the color of the heart within The tailor does not make character he makes clothes and his best clothes some times cover the blackest of hearts It is a mistake for a lad to feel that dirty hands indicate lack of charac ter not his occupation nor his call his moral purposes There is one thing only that may be called wrong in any occupation no matter how high or how low it is when manhood is not possible in The end of occupation ought to be not money but charac ter not only a prosperous business but a growing life He who cannot see manhood emerge out of the suc cess of his occupation or business is in n bad business and the sooner he is out of it the better lie who makes his living by his wits may wear fine clothes but he is not thereby made a better man he who lives by his hands hard and rough though they may be may be one of Gods gentle men if he wishes to be Baptist Union GEMS OF THOUGHT Lifes reals depend on religions Horn sonThe road to ruin is a down grade not a leap over a Pres byterianThe of looking on the best side of every event is worth more than a thousand pounds a year Dr Samuel JohnsonThe music isnot in orations but in the human voice when it speaks from its instant life tones of tender ness truth and courage Hiram Car sonBeauty is Gods handwriting wel come it in every fair face every fair sky every fairflower and thank for it Him the fountain of all loveliness Charles Kingsley- To be everywhere and everything in sympathy and yet content to where and what you are is not this to both wisdom and virtue and to dwell with I Steven son Nothing can lessen the dignity of hu manity so long as the religion of love of unselfishness and of devotion and none destroy the altars of this faith for us so long as we feel capable of love AmiePs JournalThe man is hewho chooses the right who the sorest temptations from within and who bears the burdens cheerfully is calmest in storms arid most fearless under and rfrowhs whose re liance on truth on virtue on God Ifr I B G Eason wife and n herehe certain Prosperous it ingbut followin- git idealsRams precipiceUnited happinessR endures ut C ar Pov elP wife of Mrs Hebron Lexington every everyday remain know can ourselves with invincible resolution resists heaviest who menace aotostusialtering 4s Of Ration at Will jitj JVuvoi Erasure Novelty in the arrapgement of ejslil bitiun features iu eagerly tought by promoters of industrial Expositions The Fall Festival Association of Cin cinnati claims to have solved the of combining usefulness and beauty for display purposes in a Hall of all Nations for the September The floor of the great Music Hall will be arranged in a series of booths each representing some nation of the France Spain Germany Russia Ireland America etc with decorations architecture costumes and so far as may be showing the typical products and Industries of the country represented The merchants and business of Cincinnati have not been slow to the decorative advantages of the Hall of all Nations for their goods and importations the most favorable conditions One importing house will display silks laces and feminine trifles under the French tricolor another ducks prints and drillings under the Stars and Stripes The Brazilian flag will wave a booth wherein the entire process of gathering drying roasting and making coffee from the berry will be carried on The Russian booth will exhibit costly furs the cup that cheers yet not inebriates will be brewed under the claws of the yellow dragon guardian of the Empire Memories of the Ger man fatherland and of Erin will be revived by handsomely decorated booths maintained by patriotic of those countries whose citizens have found a new home under the gra shadow of the American eagle The attendants of all the displays in the Hall of the Nations will wear the costume of the country to whose booth they are attached thus picturesque ensemble Duty Is the name we give to what God calls opportunity Dysentery Cored Without the Aid ofa Doctor- I am just up from a hard spell of flux dysentery says Mr T A Pinner a Wellknown merchant of Drummonc 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 complaint in any form either for or adults It never fails and Is pleas ant to take For sale by all druggists 1 m Grave stones do not represent seats in glory Boy Cured or Colic after Physician Treatment had Failed My boy when four years 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 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 There is more force in an iceberg than in a fire cracker 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 with you and send you one of our books free of cost If you never tried August Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have never known of its failing If so something more is the matter with you The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store G G Green Woodbury N J Aug 29 A man has no more religion in him than comes out of him Salvation is not by culture but culture comes by salvation 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 Witts Witch Salve which is the best salve In the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of 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 Men would have more faith in God if the saw more works in men Some men seek a clear track by the signals of conscience nil you Persons troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat all they want if will take Kodol Dispepsia Cure This prepares the reception retention digestion and assimilation of all of the wholesome food that jmay be eaten and enables tne organs to transform the Into the kind of Wood health strength F P JTtable i 1m 1 n y e t o J Fall r problem Festival worldEngland exhib- Its men appreciate present- Ing under over Celestial societies maintaining- a reserved taken stomach Injected curedand wish to correspond serious DeWitt I DeWitts Sam that i i I I I I lIALTi fturlanili 111ya1 dons chi 4 W anted 4 4 4 destroying Eat Want remedy stomach forth give and f 1 Caution This Is not ft gentle word but who you think how liable you are nut l purchase theonly remedy universal known and a remedy that has had U largest sale of any medicine in ll world since 1868 for the cure and treat went of Consumption and Throat anc 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 Brohchitis 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 Culture has never been much of a success as a of consecration Potent Pill Pleaaur are Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says During a billious 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 are certainly an ideal pill Sold by F P Frisbie1m The more we are burdened with substance the greater shadows we cast Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered 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 x m It will not do U promise God the faded flower when Ho asks for the bud Foleys Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disordered kid neys or bladder E Stormes 1m It is always easier to draw money out of a lean purse than out of a fat one I have practiced medicine for 36 years and have consulted the leading physicians in this country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can eat any thing and feel that my health is bet ter than it ever was in my life I can not say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and J know that it will cure any case of Dyspepsia it taken as directed M D Steel M D Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie 1 Aug The hungry heart is the only pay ment God will take for the bread of life Not Over Vl 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 man who spends a large sum of money building a cyclone cellar but neglects to provide his family with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a safeguard against bowel complaints whose vlc dims 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 The grumbling Christian is more greedy of Gods goods than of his grace Dr Geo Ewing a practicing physician of Smiths Grove Ky for over thirty write his personal experience with Foleys Kidney Cure For years 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 Good will preserves the way of the church that observes His will 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 ittltt boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion ever since born have had the best doctors in but failed to do him any good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby 1 recommend it to all sufferers Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stoBMCfc sweet Frisbie r l Croupand means act C C J a s 1 m 11 A Physician Healed 1m I 0 1 I N never N N pears was Nashville Bald byFP aw- ems i 1 ARE YOU SORE USE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded Muscular RheumatismSore Muscles Sore Joints and Neuralgia The only External Remedy which will Sweat Out the Fever and only in 2Sc 100 Bottles At all good 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 THE WORLD ALL KNOWS The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Eailway 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 West 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 Them VVOMACIC G GARRETT TraveHrij J General F n sen erAgent LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 3 GS 3 S f LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 TIThe CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL BOOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOIN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird ar InflammationS- old Soc Den ptB Elf L City Alcnt L VIN d I W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr T 11 Arnold 1 0I493 2 o o 0 o 2 0 2 g 2 04O j- I r i usscngeretgcnt IR tt o t OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOd J w- o 0 9 9 0 0 9 0 0 0 B 0 0000 0 0 0 0000000 00000000000oooood KODOL digests what you eat KODOL cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles KODOL accelerates the action of the glands and gives tone to the digestive organs KODOL 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 Is the remedy that Is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is In the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2K times the trW size which sells for SOc rntwil wry ly E C BtVITT CO CBIUMl Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr New Discovery I OOCIUS and SBC A J108 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It Trial Bottles free are the most fatal of all LrniCVO KIDNEY CURE Is I or refunded Contains remedies recognized neat as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles I relieves wonderful contained 4 For race fails KIDNEY DISEASES urlltlN R b PItJ gastric OLDS diseases ems 9k ad19i- x YR FARM Tools etc for Sale I have decided to quit business and go South and will offer forsale my farm of 47 acres situ rated 2 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike and known as the Joe Turner farm Place has two houses 1 good six room house and 10 acres of the best orchard in the state Good fences One half of land iu timothy balance in hemp and corn Crops will show quality ot land Sagas Creek runs through the place on one side and affords plenty of stock water Is as handy a little place as one could want In good neighborhood mid cia be placed in Graded school district if desired Desire to sell I also have a good lot of farming tools wagons plowsdrills cultivators harness etc in fact anything needed on a farm Will also give some one a bargain in a good paying liv ery business Does auiut 00 business per month and only has about 1200 invested I mean to sell and some man can make money by seeing me at once Cnn give possession of stable at once and farm by Jau 1st 1904 Terms to suit porch er or address W II Ward Lancaster Ky S104t The Markets LOUISVILLE Kv Ang204 p M CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers kO 4 75 Medium to good shipping steers 4 3o 4 50 Choice butcher steers 4 2s Medium to good butchers 3 10 3 85 Common butchers 285 Good to choice feeders 3 85 4 00 Common to medium feeders 3 50 3 75 Good to extra stock steers 3 50 3 85 Common to medium stock steers 3 00 3 40 Good to choice stock heifers 340 Common to medium stock heifers 2 75 3 00 Plain light mixed stockers 2 00 2 75 Medium to good bulls 2 0 2 50 Choice veal calves 5 60 5 75 Common to medium calves 3 50 460 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO lbs 5 Medium packers 160 to 2UO Ibs Choice lightship 120 to ICO Ibd L Choice ibs 57 Good pigs 50 to 90 Ibs 4 r Roughs 150 to 500 Ibs 4 SO 6 I SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 2 75 3 00 Fair 325 350 Common to medium 2 00 325 3009200 Extra shipping lambs 5 00 5 5Q Bcstbutcherlambs 4 2 Common 3 tiM 3 74 Call on 4 3 to medium 340 3 I i 9o ll0 ON togood j privately S5 00 i te 1 Sucks