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THE CENTRAL RECORDFRIDAY AUGUST 28 1903 0 OUBXEENXH YEdlt lUlUmJJ6 b i- r f i Ff LANCASTER KY 0f Local Interest Grapes re abundant I The dust has been awful I Watermelons are so plentiful that a i dime will buy one of the finest I The soft stone used on the streets has turned into the meanest of dust I The urchins troubles will soon begin See announcment of opening of Grad ed School A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church in this city October 25th A big crowd on Sundays Cincinnati excursion Only a few more will oe run Next one Sundayweek A district convention of the Sunday Schools and C W B M will be con ducted at Richmond Sept the 9th and 10th Some fellow put highlife on Am Bournes horse Monday causing both the horse and clever auctioneer to do some high kicking The editor has been in Cincinnati on business this week As we now have help which can be depended upon we are footloose to get away a few hours each year or so The court house loafer is on hand though not many of them The loaf er is a scarce article in Lancaster at present and its seldom you see one lounging about the streets The remains of Mrs Martha Luckey of Rowland were interred at the Lan caster Cemetery Monday She was a sister of Eld Fowie at one time min ister of the Christian church Capt White of this office has been slightly ill during the present heated spell but thinks he will soon be back at the case His absence causes much interesting matter to be omitted The local office sold seventyseven tickets for the 150 excursion to Cin cinnati Sunday and nine on the one to Louisville The great difference in number is a pretty good argument that Cincinnati beer is the coolest Charley Walker who has been run ning baggage on 10 and 11 has been given a run on the main line He is now with another Lancaster boy Capt Joe Arnold known to railroad men as Brimstone the Bentaxle Conductor We have a few copies of the song My Old Homestead on the Hillside Far Away which is being so highly spokenof and meeting such a ready sale They are 25c a copy Call at this office and get a copy if you want some thing pretty f I I I I I I UJl I We have some Suits and odd we are closing out at less than J tJ1liLJ line of Shirts we closing at 38cts W u IVw 1IJMf W CbOTHING Rants COST SHIRTS Spgclal MQns are l I an Dm OOOds60 N N 11A r The State convention of the Chris church be held at Paris Sept 21 to 25 The last day will celebrate the onehundreth anniversary at old Cane Ridge Bourbon county Tile Colored Fair The colored fair is drawing a large crowd to Stanford this week As in The Record this fair is given by the colored people of Lincoln and Gar rard jointly Did You Ever Try Others Lancaster has the best telephone ser vice in the state If you dont believe it try some of the exchanges in other towns and you will quickly see the dif ference Theres little beefing here No Preaching Sunday Eld F M Tinder left last Sunday for Indian Creek Harrison county where he will a twoweeks meeting There will be no preaching in the Christian church during his absense unless otherwise announced Lookout Hunters Before starting on your hunt had better consult the Posted list in The Record This is considered sufficient warning and land owners can make it hot for you if you tres pass after due notice has been given that the lands are protected Cut a Club Walker Our Wallaceton correspondent Mr Walker Baker was here Saturday to the teachers examination He tells us he will again lay aside his farming and take up the barrel stave having secured a good school in that section He is one of the best teachers in the state at Nlcliolasrlllo The K P Fair to be held at Nicho lasvllle Sept 1 2 and 3 will be one of the best in the state and a tremendous crowd will attend The good people of Jessamine know how to entertain and certainly do all in their power for the comfort of their guests The stock rings are well filled Anonymous Communications For the steenth time we wish to say to the writers of anonymous letters that The Central Record positively will not publish such communications It is true some of them would make it pretty hot for the people written of but we take no stock in gossip and have utmost contempt for those who indulge therein A Good Selection The members of the Graded School board met Saturday and passed suita ble resolutions on the death of Mr WmWard one of their number They then took up the election to fill the vacancy caused by Mr Wards death and Mr J WEI more was chosen unan imously in this selection the board displayed sound wisdom for a better or more honorable man could not be Awakening Interest The Kentucky Exhibit Association has awakened interest among the art ists of the State and two have offered to lend pictures for the Ken tucky Building Miss Annie Chenault Wallace of Point Leavell consents to the use of a Kentucky teech forest 30 by 46 inches she has painted Mrs Edwards of Paducah has painted a picture of Mantle Rock said by U S Geolgists to equal the famous Natural Bridge of Virginia She offers the Building Committee together with some decorated china Have aLittle Judgment A great many Lancaster people have gotten into the habit of keeping their letters until after supper and taking them to the train to mail Now it is all true enough that the mail clerk can accept them but if you will look Into the matter you will see where you act wrongfully in doing this All these letters have to be stamped and tied into a thousand and one packages by the clerk To do this he must either neglect his regular mail or the letters handed into the car as the run to Rowland is so short The placed here for you to mail your let ters the night mail is not made up 730 so why not hold up your end of the log put your mail in the office and thus save all kinds of work on the trains Use a little judg put your letters where they belong Oh The two little letters O K are used on most vouchers bills etc etc by clerks and office men many times each day throughout the country but did you ever ask them the origin of the term O K they always try io evade the direct question by that it means or signifies that is all right This matter coming under the notice of myself a number of times I investigated tle on my own line After askinga number of people whom I thought ought to know I finally struck an old Confederate Soldier who said Yes Iknow what it means and where it originated It originated during the Civil war and was first used by one of best officers and soldiers that ever shouldered a gun All orders directing the movement of Gen Jacksons men came through his hands and after he had approved them were sent to the different officers under Gen Jackson The manner in which fie approved orders were to mark themMOK which according to conception meant Oil Korreot TiuiB th the fern11 stated Pair found It t postoffice- Is annoyance mentand Kay i 0 will conduct you Big until answering anything alit the they his tfrnr for I the for to Court Bay The largest crowd In several months attended county court Monday Bus iness was not brisk and there were many complaints of the lack of rain The candidates were Jon band in full and the voters hand was pulled like a cows teats Will Be The Hon P M McRoberts of Stanford was here Monday and when asked by The Record if he would make the race circuit judge saidi If the people want me as the republican nominee will accept it and the best can vass I can That he will be given nomination is a forgone Everyone who knows Mr Mc Roberts knows he is a gentleman in every sense of the word and that his ability as a lawyer cannot be He has many Garrard who will go their length him Farmer Boy In former times every boy was ex pected to learn a trade unless he to be a farmer Now it is known that there is more to learn at the trade of farming any other occupation owing to many details entering into the of the farm There are now dairy schools where pupils are g f v en scientific knowledge of cattle handling of milk butter and cheese making and feeding and every hundreds of students leave the agricultural after having taken in More discoveries have been made in behalf of agriculture than of mechanics and the systems of are being rapidly revolutionized A Great Invention Engineer Henry Lammerswho runs the day trains has about completed a couple of inventions which will work wonders in the railway world and put many thousand dollars in his pockets Those familiar with railroad engine know it requires the use of the drivers right hand and arm to operate the whistle As he needs the hand for several other purposes this troublesome so Lammers puthis brain work to remedy the trouble The device consists of a set of rods which run from the whistle valve down through the cab to the engineers Here is made neat device which by pressing either foot the whistlevalve is opened thereby thus doing away with the hand and leaving that free to use on his air throttle or for any other pur pose But his best scheme this Railroad men know how stock ana people too remain en the track until the engine is almost on them Mr Lammers has invented a plan which will work wonders in this line A pipe running from the boiler to the front of the engine is so arranged that by opening a valve a stream of steam is thrown fully fifty feet straight in front of the locomotive Should a man 01 stock stand on the track this valve can be quickly opened and the hot steam thrown in such a great that he will move off and move quickly too This arrangement will save many lives and work wonders on the old bony horses and cattle which are placed on the rightofway to be killed the owner securing the much opportunity of sueing the company a pastime much in by some people who seem to think railroad companies owe them a living Needed Here Next Sunday the term of Dr E H Pearces pastorate of the local church expires and he will preach his farewell sermon While it is not definitely settled yet the are that Dr Pearce will be sent to another field Right here The Record wishes to call the attention of our to the great mistake they will make if they allow him to be Everybody knows and will readily admit that Lancaster is today in better shape as to law and order she has been The people also know that while religious affairs far from what they should be interest in church matters is better than for many years Now we do not mean to detract one iota from the work of the other ministers but we must say that these changes for the better are largely due to the quiet faithful earnest Christlike of Dr Pearce We can speak of many instances from personal knowl edge where he has done work that we never saw any other minister Then again the Godly up rightlife of such a man is an incen tive to any people to turn from the of their way to become good and upbuild instead of destroy society above it will be a very grave mistake to let Dr Pearce leave as there is an abundance it work which just such a man as he can and will accomplish We understand that if a united effort made the conference will send him back for year and leading citizens those interested In the moral building of the community should take steps in this direction not posted as to what Dr Pearce has accomplished church but the good results we see in the community at large We need good men true men tice what they preach and the morals of the community never unless put ap for ex of what true Christianity ard Godliness will acconipUrt sad we of no better example thaa the Nominee questioned acquaintances- In The than the colleges courses farming often proves footrest a I s s o Indulged I people removed ever efforts attempt isis speak from who prat are ck force dearly beloved make conclusion intended the cultivation year agriculture arrangement volume sought Methodist probabilities than are also error citizens Asstated another immediate Wears in his own men advance men know sabjectot bits a k tiYLy T to it The W C T U expects to open their Library next week and on Thursday night will give a reception and serve ice cream and cake Everybody is and requested to bring that will help furnish the rooms To Build Up Praise it Talk about it Write about It Help to improve it Speak well about It Support its newspaper Patronize home industries Assist to promote enterprises for the good of the whole community Dont herd with Calamity but keep in the front rank of progress and advancement When you ask a newspaper to your interest be sure you are supporting it with your patronage and influence Kind Every Bay Cultivate kindness of heart think well of your fellowmen look with charity upon the shortcomings i n their lives do a good turn for them as opportunity offers and finally do not forget the kind wore at the right time How much a word of kindness encouragement or appreciation means others some times and how little costs us to give itl We need not wait for some special occasion When calamity overtakes a friend words of sympathy and encour agement are offered sincerely enough yet in certain respects as a matter oi course Such an occasion calls for on our part and we respond But wily wait for an occasions Why not speak the kind word when there is no special occasion In the course of our lives there must be many times when thoughtless worth are spoken by us which wound thl hearts of others And there are also many little occasions when the word of cheer is needed from us and we are silentThere are lives of wearisome which a word of kindness can There is suffering which words of sympathy can make endurable And often even in the midst of wealth and luxury there are those who listen and long in vain for some expression of disinterested kindness Some beautiful pieces in cut glass china etc Suitable for bridal gifts Thompsons For the year 1904 a two story ten room house suitable for hotel Half block from the Square Danville street Lancaster Ky Jno M Orand 9283t New stock of paper napkins lambrequins papers at Thompsons Invited something Howlers support Be expression naturally monotony relieve For Beat Japanese lancers and Lancaster nevi Additional Personals Louisville this weekMiss Louise Farris is visiting friends at Silver Creek Mrs Georgia Lusk entertained a few friends Thursday evening R L Payne of Benoit Miss is the guest of Mr J I Hamilton Mrs Hiatt of Lexington is visiting Mrs Emma Higginbotham Miss Lena Rigney left yesterday for a visit to friends in Winchester Mrs John Baughman of Danville was a visitor here Wednesday Messrs Jas Collier and J C Robinson are in Fayette county this week Dr Chris Farris returned Tuesday from a visit to his mother of Kirks ville To makeold furniture look new use Japalac varnish all colors at Thomp sonsMrs Alleen Jackson Boggs and little son of Richmond are guest of Mrs J E Stormes Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond attended Miss Herndons party Tues day evening Miss Allie Arnold has returned from a delightful visit to relatives in Lexington and Nicholasville The many friends of Mr Henry Lam mers the faithful engineer on the day rains regret to learn of his illness md trust he will soon be fully restor d to health Engineer Johnnie Clark and Fire nan Chas Claire of the K C were lere yesterday attending court as wit tesses in a stock case They are two if the cleverest and best men on the road One Worth At 39 Alfred H Smith is General Manager of the New York Central and his salary is about 825000 a year with a private car thrown in It is a fine job and a fine salary Twentyfive years ago he was an of fice boy and he did not reach his position across lots He worked his way up He held all the places between 4 a week and 825000 a year There are some things he didnt do As an office boy he didnt kill time or try to avoid work The head clerk didnt have to hunt for him and hear Cant somebody else go or Its Franks turn I went last time He didnt get so interested in sport ing matters as to forget that he was paid to work he didnt keep a cheap novel in his desk to read when nobody was looking As a young man he was as full of en ergy on Monday as he was on He had no Saturday night toots Fred FrISble Ran present was in Wednesday Dr Sid Isbell OsteopathLoc- ated atMason Hotel or Sunday orgies He realized that he bad to be in fit condition to fill his po sitionIt sounds simple He didnt cut anything out of his life that is worth having Most of the amusement that undermines health is pretty poor fun after all Smith was simply sane in all things He did his best and at 39 he is on top and still workfng All this talk about successful men makes you tired eh Good if you are a drone It ought to drive spurs into you and make you dissatisfied with mediocrity If you want to stick to the bottom where your labor is in competition with the millions dont try keep right on viewing your employer as a slave If you are drunk Saturday night you will be almost till boss thinks about you If you want to get into the field where the big salaries grow and an occasional private car shunts along the track stop loafing stop kicking use your hands some and your brains more and remember that your future de pends on just one It will be what you make It Cincinnati Post 1 yourjob manyou FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY I GO We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 p L DAVIDSON S o Attorney At Law A X- A Life insurance policies bought 0for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 o f 00000CO e I Straw Hats at Half Price Odds and Ends in and Slippers 1t Cost A big lot of I I At Half Price I- Ladies Misses iildr4ns jHaeufactarers j1ens Shogs I lothing ors fishing Goods at Cost for next 60 v o I H T Logan da s 1 I i CrCY04b0 44 l I y r- lsri4 clef k- 4t 1 t1 i Ji tj J B B j 8 E 8 BUGGIESAND HARNESScheap for the next SO days Nj I HOMANS lMOHlt 5 iffi5i i ffiiE rifiiFi ffiiiri nIDSJ miriJ riiF riifiJfiifiJ ffiiriJ rifFi ffiiifi fffiriJ rrniU i- S 3 I o EL1 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Office in Lancaster Kya Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 28 1903 One of the many foolish moves made by organized labor is that to prevent any company or firm from keeping a black list In other words it an employee is no good acts the rascal an employer must not keep a record of it The courts promptly knocked the labor organizations move into a cocked hat and very properly so It is all right for laboring men to band themselves together to help aid and assist one another but when em ployees set themselves up to dictate to employers then the latter become disgusting to all right thinking peo pIe The labor organizations should be more careful to admit only gentle men into their ranks so when a con tract is made they can live up to it Organized labor is beginning to see that she must act on the square or lose out and as a natural result the unions are being more respected than when they wanted the earth and full ness thereof There is always two sides to every question and unless both sides tote fair the one inclined to act rascal will soon become a stench in the public nostrils Editor Tim Needham of the Will iamstown Courier is responsible for this one Another editor is suffer ing embarrassment through a careless compositor Up in another county the other day a fat girl was married to a well known young man and the edi tor wishing to say something to please all concerned spoke of the groom and his elegant bride Then the printer got in his work He made it elephant A Bristol Pa man weighing 5GO pounds died last week and it was necessary to use a derrick in lowering the casket into the grave If Fatty went to heaven a special set of wings doubtless had to be made for him thus causing extra work but if he went to the devil his Satanic majesty could accommodate him by firing him into one of the extra large furnaces kept ready for money sharks and Our old chum Sam Menefee editor of the Danville Advocate is proving a hand and a half in the newspaper business as recent issues of that splendid paper go to show Ad vocate has been published since the memory of man runneth not to the contrary and we have never seen it better or brighter than under the present management Heres to you Sam May your fondest expectations be fully realized Cincinnati police captains have been instructed to smell the breath off pa trolmen as they are relieved from du ty This is said to be a move to de tect drinking patrolmen but is more likely done to test the physical ability of the captains anyone who can successfully withstand the smell of Cincinnati whisky coupled with sweitzer cheese is a good man sure The dull seasons come in every line of business At this time of year the printing offices are on short If cash dont begin to roll In soon we are going to buy up a lot of old pincushions and sell the stuffin for a new brand of breakfast food will then have more than had oats C Port I misers The for grazing W Carter LJU a1 JlJ Second Ctass money c His newspaper friends congratu lating editor Harry McCarty on the arrival of a son at his house If the little fellow grows into as clever a man as is his daddy he will be a very useful citizen The biggest coward under the sun is the man who deserts his wire be cause he is too lazy to support her Barbourville News Yes and the contemptible cuss on earth is the man who lounges around and lives off the sweat of wifes brow A paper has teen invented for mak ing bank notes that is as soft as silk It was gotten up to save the wear on newspaper mens pockets which the new crisp bills cause A certain Chicago undertaker backs his hearse up to a door and leaves it stand there until his bill is paid The scene is so grave that the money is soon forthcoming McCREAEY Miss Mamie Arnold is visiting her sister Mrs J B Saunders Miss Maud Perrin of Stanford is visiting Miss Bessie Gulley Misses Myrtle and Lelia Hendren of Madison county are visitors of Mrs Roy Beazley Mrs Rosa Peel and children of Illin ois are visiting her mother Mrs Al mira Wearen B Bourne and wife visited their Mrs Kinnaird Worner and Sunday Mrs Davis Sutton and daughter Lil lie May and Miss Emma Jones are in Winchester Misses Jennie and Pearl have been visiting their sisters to their home in Illinois Sunday Mrs Margaret Stone of Madison Mrs Jas Jackson and baby of Mr and Mrs M Folger and of Stone were visitors of Mr J F Hardin last week Bro Gillam is holding seriesof at New Antioch and those who do not make an effort to hear his sermons are missing a great deal BOURNE Miss Lucy Marsee spent Sunday with Miss Bertna Ham James Turner sold two mule colts to Jeff Dunn for 100 J T Turner sold a nice buggy horse to Jeff Dunn for 105 Job Marsee sold 3 head of cattle to Danville parties at 2c Mr John Lane of Stone spent Sun day with Allan Ray and wife Mr and B Bourne visited at McCreary Saturday and Sunday Mrs Manda Gildon of near spent the latter part of last week with Job Marsee and wife Mr Joe Hendrickson and wife meeting at Hebron Sunday and dined with Mr and Mrs Job Marsee Misses Alice Alice Vanderpool Mollie Crawford Vallie and Joe visited Miss Loa Duncan Sunday 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 L II tIr J Saturday visiting Hardin who returned Buckeye children meet- Ings excellent n Mrs J attended Duncan I are most his daughter N- and Danville and s rranite and Haiti We are at all times prepared to offer the buying public the best in the inthe line of Monuments Headstones Markers Posts Coping etc etc Our line of designs are latest can also prepare special ideas Presented by our customers We quptelthe lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any where Sarrardiouijty Marble Works I andwe IIfsrnQJORDf Ji8 tUer 7 t Q e I ST8T v rm x i 5 PAINT LICK Miss Laura Murry continues quite ill Dr J G Bosley was in our town Sun dayWm Cottrell and wife are visiting at Mrs Alvah Adams is visiting in Patch Mr Henry Moore has moved to the Spilman place Mrs Joe Arnald of Richmond is the guest of Mrs A Broadus Smith Engleman has recovered suf ficiently to be out again S H Blount and wife have gone to Missouri to visit her parents Jas Leavell and wife of Bryantsville visited relatives here recently It is reported that we are to have another doctor to locate in our city Mr Chas Higgins and wife of Rich mond were guests of Mrs Sue Wallace Saturday and Sunday Harry Francis has gone to StLnuis where he will till a position as secreta in the Worlds Fair buildings Mrs Minnie Summa who has been visiting her sister Mrs Geo Pullins has returned to her home in Richmond The Fox Studio One of Danvilles finest and oldest established photographers is Edward H Fox who for the past thirty years has been connected with the same line of art Mr Fox is not an ordinary photographer but is a designer of portraits a famous water color and stands preeminent in the art world He is an artist by gift and talent while he conducts his studio for a commercial living Mr Fox has received words of praise and eulogy from the U S Government for his highclass work He makes all kinds of plain or fancy portraits of the finest quality at the most reasonable prices Mr Fox has been a resident of Dan yule for the past thirty years and stands A No I in his profession The colleges for the past twenty years have been grouped at the end of each term He devotes his time and attention to hiKh3lass work only Any picture taken by Mr Fox is warranted to be perfect in pose and finish Frames mouldings engravings and easels are sold Mr Fox has served for twelve years under John Proctor as the offi cial t geological photographer of the survey of Kentucky He is also the official photographer of the Q C Railroad and during the Worlds Fair at New Orleans photographed the en tire route Danville Advocate Mr Fox is in Lancaster every Fri day As frequently stated in The Record his work is giving universal satisfaction and he is kept very busy every His Lancaster gallery is the beSt equipped in the state and is handsomely furnished The Lancas ter people appreciate his good work and words of praise are heard on all hands BRYANTSVILLE Miss Mittie Dunn is sick Mrs Sallie Welsh has been sick Dr Elliott and family are visiting his parents at North Middleton Mrs AS Jennings are visiting in Paint Lick Dr Traylor is spending several days with relatives and friends at Columbia Mrs C F Ison is spending several days with her sister Mrs C J Arm strong and her mother Mrs Johnson Mrs Harris add Miss Jessie Shearer of Nicholasville have returned home after a weeks visit to Mrs B G Mullins- Mr and Mrs Chas Jennings Miss Hattie Jennings of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Miss Mayme Ballard is expected home this week from Lexington where she has been the guest of her aunt J Woolfork Our last quarterly meeting year will beheld at this place Saturday and Sunday 29th and 30th of Aug Our presiding elder Rev S Peering will be with us and preach All are to attend Q lick relief fr Atfbma Saffereri Foley s Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma sufferers in stages and if taken in time a cure 00 J JLJtt Conway Haze I I painter 1f1 Ilaselden and Miss Ha1tle J S HiIselden Mrs tI v parties and with W forth conference cordially invited the will av 4- x r s nice Y Hon Harve Helm of Lincoln County Interior Jonrnal Stanford has only one candidate for Congress Harvey Helm and in him we believe there is a sure winner An agreement was reached between friends of Mr Helm and those of Hon R C War ren Wednesday morning whereby the latter gentleman retired from the race To make a long story short this is the way the matter was settled Mr War ren selected Judge James P Bailey Messrs George B Cooper Wm S Burch and Epb Pennington to repre sent him and Mr Helm chose Messrs S T Harris R R Gentry J C Reid and Joe T Embry They t the courthouse and several votes were taken on the question as to which of the gentlemen should continue in the race The vote stood four to four for a number of ballots and then the change came Mr Helm received five votes to Mr Warrens three and all was over Mr Warren cordially accepted the and as usual will be found battling for democracy in season and out While congratulating Mr Helm we feel a decided sympathy for Mr Warren who deserves somethinggood from his par Woan Under the caption of Two Interp retations the Cincinnati TrmeStar says A young farmer who had been converted at one of the revivals went before the next conference and asked for a license to be a preacher I know I am bound to preach the word said the applicant for I had three visions all the same and it has made a impression upon me What was your vision asked the bishop Well I saw a big flue ring in the sky and inside in big gold letters were P C It meant Preach Christ and I want to join the conference The argument was about to carry when an old pas tor stood up in the back part of the hall and said Young man we dont doubt your intentions nor do we doubt that you saw the visions with the P C but I am of the opinion that P C meant Plow Corn The convert is still a farmer Dysentery Cured Without the Aid of Doctor I am just up from a hard spell of flux dysentery says 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 for chit or adults It never tails and is to take For sale by alldruggists 1 m Stay In the South Men who leave the South today in the hope of bettering themselves are acting directly contrary to senseand are reversing the rule which is becoming more and more effective the rule of seeking the best in farming In the troublous time of twentyfive or thirty years ago it is not surprising that thousands of men left their native States in the South At that time the door of opportunity might have appeared to be closed forever But conditions have radically changed Now not on ly are there hundreds of opportunities where there was but one twenty five years ago but the chance to make has been wonderfully in creased Let the young men of the South seek that chance at home they give heed to fairy tales about other sections Southern Farm Mag azine End of Better Fight Two physicians had a longand fight with an abcess on my right lung writes 3F Hughes of DuPont Ga and me up Everybody thoughtmy time As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption The received was striking and I was on my feet In a days Now Ive entirely my health It conquers all Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by Store Price 50c and LOO Trial free When you want to get your mon eys worth goto JT William and buy genuine Jelllco Coal the nessee that runs t csoHel and the best that comee octi j TWUH BM nowHon meta verdict What P C lasting olden I MrT Pinner- a pleasant I young before stubborn gaVe 1 m Ten tot r I ii1jL o ctt it r a opportunities opportunities had come benefits few Coughs bottles Coal ty For years he has done yeoman and there has not been a cam paign in which he did not take front rank in the battle against the No better democrat lives than this grand old war horse who is as active for democratic supremacy in his own defeat as he is in his victory Mr Helm will now begin an active campaign and It he does not land the nomination it will be a surprise and disappointment to many young democrat and his class and good work for the party he loves entitle him to he wants He represented Lincoln county in the Legislature with credit one term and is now rounding out his second term as county attorney which office he has filled most acceptably He is a of commanding appearance is well educated can meet his opponents on the stump or in the bushes and in every way he is equipped to make the race for the high office he seeks We believe he has an excellent showing to the nomination and shall do all in our power in assisting him to do so Three cheers for the sterlingyoung democrat and abundant success to him W 8 BEAZIEY Cfflce a store Danville st 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 LAUNDRY 51 53 TA Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law service republicans IIe is a splendid anything gentleman G C PARIS 1 Beazley Paris rDentistsover Thomp I record eL S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lnclen Perkins David Stephens Mrs N BAnderson Clay L Sutton B L Kelly Mrs West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Sutton- T Broaddus- J W HJ Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson J M Grand W L Lawson W M Mahan R A Beazley WmLear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill Hempbill Walden Leslie Harber 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 cow 1 buggy 1 set of harness 1 hog the household and kitchen furniture of beds and bedding cook stove cooking vessels dishes etc Her late residence will be rented privately Possession given immediately after sale Terms For all sums of 30 or over a creditof 3 months will be given tie cured by a good note payable to the administrator bearing 6 per cent from date Under that sum cash in hand John W Miller Adm of Susan Miller deceased We are prepared to do paper and painting in the best style and at west reasonable prices See us placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillln Bros aa t t i l a rotor s hanging before 5tf Farmers See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER o oo o o yc y oo oOOO io T B WALKER SON Old and New jA IE I r 4444440444444044bd44444444444 044 toGOrC O44OC OOOOOCd00a GGGO SCHOOl Books e4 Supplies 0 Li MHOBERTS DRUGSTORE I C A Great Clearance Sale 0 F VEHICLES 20 PER CENT I OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO i REDUCTION We are detirmined to reduce stock and to hurry the matter will make a reduction of TWENTY per cent on all vehicles Remember I this is for CASH or good negotiable paper No old vehicles taken in on this sale Come early and get a Genuine Bargain KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky Fresh Vacine Virus All kind of Disinfectants I o o o o o o o o o 5 I I STI g g 0 FRISBIEDrugstore aracamphRelieves Instantly or Money Refunded SUN BURN CHAFING Prickly Heat Insect Bites and It It Soothes It Curesto 25c 4100 n tt WVCwvvrw cnvvtvvcnc awvvv Scidcaly In see Bottler At aneeel Dru V LS i i r PUT ALL AROUNDI orEDIQ I E pi 8 C E rs r f i j IT f A goin 3 and Acomin All same to the WAGNER Lightest draft Steadiest I iWaner j I I I Hillside e Disc Plow I lITS THE Hard ground High weeds Cornstalks I I Brier I I I 1 running H Reversible r STUFF Tyr 1T PERSONALS Miss Bate Henry Is visiting relatives DanvilleShelby of Richmond was here Sunday Mrs L L Walker is visiting relatives in the country Miss Jennie Arnold of Kansas City is visiting relatives here Miss Bettie McFall of Louisville is visiting Mrs W R Gaines Mr Clifton Rhodes of Danville is the guest of Waller Hudson Mrs Marv Bryant of Chattanooga is the guest of Mrs John Lear Mi and Mrs Mike Kennedy of Crab Orchard are the guests of Mrs Lucy SuttonMr Kemper has returned to Danville after a pleasant visit to relatives here Misses Josephine and Mary Hudson of Danville have been visiting Miss Lizzie Hudson Mr George Harden and wife of Cov ington have been visiting the family of Dr J W Grant Miss Marietta Crow of Louisville was the attractive guest of Misses Rella and Mary Arnold Mr Frank Robinson of the Ky Co Danville was here Monday and paid us a pleasant call Mrs Robert Rice and daughter Miss Mary of PIttsburg Penn have been guests of Miss Rella Arnold Messrs Shirley and Robert Elkin who spent a short vacation with parents Col and Mrs Elkin in this city have returned to their posts of duty after a pleasant visit to their old home It would be difficult to find two more deserving young men Mr W G Kemper cashier of the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick was in town Monday and gave us a nice or der for printing Mr Kemper is one of the most efficient and bank men in the state and his courteous treatment to all has made a host of friends to the thriving Paint Lick institution The party of Miss Annie Herndon Tuesday evening was a brilliant affair and brought out a crowd of young peo ple and admiring friends The veranda rooms and yard were beautifully and seats placed teteatete or grouped conveniently for conversation for the guests Miss Herndon is a very pretty and charming debutante and a great socially The table deco rations were exceedingly pretty The menu was elaborate and served in beautiful style About fifty guests enjoyed the evening 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 H M BALLOU I Supply their I I I decorated I I I p I I favorsyou i accommodating favorite r other ss ssss asss I Mrs Fox of Danville is the visiting her son Mr Jesse Fox Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden of Dan ville were here Sunday I Miss Sallie Tillett has been visiting relatives in the country Hackley is visiting her aunt Mrs J I Hamilton Dr Chris Faris is spending a few days with his parents at Kirksville Miss Chloe Bauehman of Stanford isvisiting Miss Mattie Mae Robinson J R Harris and family of Turners vile visited his parents here Monday Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus is the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Robin The little Misses Tinder have re turned from a visit to relatives in Car lisle Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Mr John Dunlap has returned from a months visit to his parents in Col orado Miss Lillian Bright who has been the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Robin son has returned to Danville Miss Norma Elmore has returned home after a pleasant visit to Miss India Tucker of Harrodsburg Misses Leila and Ethel Grant of Danville been visiting their grandmother Mrs Harriet Price Miss Katie Hemphill after a pleas ant visit to Miss Mary Arnold returned Tuesday to her home in Nicholasville Frank Marksbury and Lewis are in London attending the fair and visiting their friend Mr Coleman LeeMrs Donald McDonald after a short visit to her parents Squire W H Kin naird and wife has returned to Dan villeMr and Mrs A M Kinnaird of Mid dlesboro are expected this week for a visit to the family of Squire W H Kin nairdMisses Mary Lewis and Elizabeth Grimes after a pleasant visit of two weeks at Lexington have returned homeMr W M Bogle has returned to his home in Owensboro after a pleasant weeks visit with Mr and wife Misses Kate Walker and Bertha Burnside have returned from a pleas ant visit to Mrs C K McGugin of Howard Ohio Danville Advocate M i s s Mary Noel has returned from months in Garrard county Miss Sal lie Noel is in Louisville Mrs J E Stormes gave an elegant dinner Friday evening in honor of Mr W M Bogle and wife of Owensboro Mr William Wherritt and wife of New Orleans Middlesboro Herald Shirley Elkin the genial and obliging clerk at the Middlesboro Hotel returned Monday evening from a few days visit to his home in Lancaster We had a most pleasant visit from Ed Walton the versatile editor of the Interior Journal Monday Eds visits always bring sunshine into our gloomy and monotinous den as he has some thing pleasant to say and dont tell troubles We wish there were more like him A nong the visiting candidates Mon day were Hon Harve Helm candidate for congress Hon P M McBoberts who will be the republican candidate for circuit Judge Hon Con Bell the dem ocratic nominee for judge Hardin democratic candidate for Commonwealths attorney We had a most pleasant visit from our good friend Mr John Lackey of McCreary Monday Although he is now in the afternoon of life yet he is a remarkably wellpreserved man He is one of Garrards most useful and many friends trust he will be spared many more years of health and happiness Mrs William Cook pleasantly enter tamed her club members and lady friends Thursday afternoon The rooms were beautifully decorated with rare flowers and magnificient palms Progressive anagrams were played Mrs S C Denny winning the prize a beautiful little fan Refreshments of ices and cakes were served and a most enjoyable afternoon spent Harrodsburg Cor Louisville Times A B Denny and Mrs Mattie Duncan Miss Ollie son h a v e Hern- don W H Wherrltt I citizens t sojourn and Chas of Lancaster and Misses Pauline and Margaret Hocker of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs Isaac Pearson the first of the week Mrs Fox of is the guest of her daughter Mrs Jacob Joseph Mr Burton Faris of Richmond spent a few days with his brother Dr Faris in this city and his visit was greatly enjoyed of our people Mr F Is secretaryof Richmond Lodge 581 Elks and is an A No 1 officer Stanford Clara very delightully entertained a num ber of her friends Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Angle Kinnaird of Lancaster Games indulged in and a toothsome lunch was enjoyed Miss Mary Arnold gave a pleasant little informal party Thursday eve ning in honor of her guest Miss Katie Hemphill Nicholasville The guests were received in the parlors and later in the evening ices and cakes were served The Record has had a great deal to say in regard to those wolvesinsheeps clothing who occupy the front seats at churches on Sunday and then be as mean as the devil during the week days In fact we have said so much along this line that the other day a fellow asked us what type of a man we did believe was a true Christian Just at that time a friend of ours came into sight and he was pointed out There is a in the daily walks of life treats everybody politely who in his business dealings watches the other fellows Interests as carefully as he doeshis own who is as jovial and jolly as the day is long and will take a joke and enjoy it as much as when he fires one at the other fellow His purse strings are always loose to his friends and he would walk ten miles to help aid and assist a needy brother He is a devout member of the Presbyterian church but keeps no longtail coat in which to hang up his religion on Sun day night there to remain until the next Sunday morning We referred to our friend Mr W M Bogle of Owensboro and the person ad dressed knowing him readily agreed that our idea of a Christian was the correct one and that Mr B filled every claim we had made for him If the world was full of such men we would have no need of court houses and jails Foleys Kidney Cure will cure all diseases arising from disordered kid neys or bladder C C J E Stormes 1m All Should Join Hands No town will become a good busi ness center so long as the majority business men rely upon a few mer chants to make the efforts to bring trade to town says the Paris Demo crat Too often the men in a few linesof the trade are about the only ones to reach after custom Other merchants wait until these business men induce the people to town and content themselves with the trade that natually drifts to their places A publicspirited man should ask him self if he is doing his part to attract the people to come to town He may be holding his trade well and even by fair dealings and popular way getting his full share of the trade but he is not doing his part as a member of the busi ness community if he not helping to extend the business of the town Any merchant who induces the people to come to town to trade is helping the entire business community and no town is a success unless all lines are working to extend the trade as fast as possible and trying to bring a larger terltory into the circle of the business center 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 in 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 Flower try a 25 cent bottle first We have known of its failing If so something more ser ious is the matter with The 25 Gent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug Store G G Green Wpodburyj NsJ Aug 29 EtonrOhio bymany JournalMiss Cooper were o refreshments- of maD who f- Its curedand you 4wanted civilized never Ed C Gaines was called to Richmond Tuesday to sell and start two Hemp Machines For Sale Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barleyH B Marksbury Son Bring sour old school books to us and excnange them for new ones adopted We have them now in stock tf R E McBoberts Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson BIG POULTRY PRIZES Thousand Dollars in Cash Will Re Distributed at the State Fair Also Flee Prizes For Belgian Hare and the Greatest Pigeon Show Ever Held In tile South The Poultry and Belgian Hares and Pigeon shows at the Kentucky State Fair in Owensboro the week of 21st will be the largest ever held South of the Ohio river Mr John H Good is Superintendent of the Poultry Department and Mr C Stan ley Sale of the Pigeon Department The services of Mr Theodore Hewes of Indianapolis Ind have been as judge of the Poultry Depart ment He is an expert judge of stand ardbred poultry The total amount of Premiums for the Department is 21000 as follows Breeding pen First 300 Second Single birds First 200 Second 100Breeding pens must be made in sep arate entry There will be a special building for Poultry Pigeons and Bel gian Hares All breeders should make an effort to show their birds and hares as it wllLbe both an honor and an ad Mr Sale has arranged for a Pigeon show that is attracting national in terestRemember that a dozen of the very finest amusement attractions have been secured for the State Fair and that they are free to all who enter the gates of the Fair Grounds For all information and for catalogs entry blanks etc address Secretary L B Shropshire Room 25 Board of Trade Building Louisville Ky Kentucky State Fair Associatio- nIt Graham Vreeland 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 for the purpose of nominating repub ican candidates for the offices of Cir cuit Judge and Commonwealths At torney in this Judicial District This Aug18 1903 D B Collier Chin 2t 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 and Pole We willselllOO head of horses at the fair grounds Richmond Ky and one car load 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 Graded School Opening Lancaster Graded School will open Sept 71903 with a full corps 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 cause child to drag for a whole session Pay patrons must make arrangements to pay in advance the following tui tion1st 2nd and 3rd grades 8 900 4th 5th and 6th grades 1200 7th to 12th grades 1500 Children must present their receipts after being graded We want a full opening and it is the earnest desire of the trustees that this maybe the best year In the history of the school Pay patrons must call upon E W Harris after their children have been graded and pay tuition in advance Wm Herndon Chm J B Kinnaird Secy a 28tf September secured competition Saturday 2 p m Horses o f 2t 7 For Representative- We areauthorixed to announce John O Bogie as a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Representative of Garrard county S D COCHRAN is a candidate for Represenative of Garrard county in the next General Assembly subject to the action of Democratic party at primary to be held Sept 2Gtn Your support is re spectfully solicited Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Final Notice 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 paid your name will appear in list of delinquents 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 Cull and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson b G C Dont put oft having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer wiil be here today Friday 24tf Property For Sale Having bought other property 1 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 Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due 1 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 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 first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Seed Rye and Barley T Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley old stand carr an stock of coal on hand They handle nothing but their prices are correctRing up Nox 5 and see what do for you ju10tf You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one inade The work is splendid a24tf Lost New silk umbrella straight handle witn pearl and silver finisn Lost be tween Paint Lick and Lancaster Sun day 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 Moss meat market corner Publi Square and Lexington streets where I am prepared to do the very best work at moderate prices T J Hatchert Teachers Institute The Garrard county Institute for white teachers will be held at the He 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 Planing Mill and Electric Light To settle the estate of Wm 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 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 investi ments in Kentucky and will pay on twice the amount asked for it Address R G Ward Lancaster Ky 8144t the whose property will be advertised I I a Bartons imm e at es tjMbe nd the will ove pu tor attending Plant interest Administrator prizes best wheat in 19O3 using Fer tilizer bought of J I- Moneyl 751I in I for raised I 11904 I IK F Of ITI C I I r POSTLE THIN your Horses Tired been Poor Buy a Wheat Brill ancl a Little Fertilizer of rr POST LitAND SEE THE CHANGE K FAre Hay rWh at F P 1 tfX fo4Kipr f 0St e Postej r Land Stock Crops Farmers should not forget that there is a law on the statute book prescrib ing a tine of 50 for allowing thistles to grow Besides a slovenly farmer has no moral right to allow these pests to seed on his place when the seeds will be carried over the neighborhood by the wind Steers will gain more rapidly on grass than on any other kind of food during this month provided they are allowed grain at night Prices have fallen as is usually the case at this season and it may be found better to hold them over than to sell if pasturage is plen but if they are to be fed in stalls entirely the sooner they are disposed of the better Ten hogsheads of tobacco from liar rison county sold in Cincinnati at pri ces ranging from 030 to 21 an aver age of 1155 Thousands of tons of grassand even weeds go to waste annually along the road side which might be easily util ized A farmer in a neighboring coun ty lately made a few movable hurdles in which he placed sheep and pastur ed them along the road the farm fences forming one side of the hurdle The hurdles were moved forward and the result was that the road side was cleaned off wherever the sheep were while quite an amount of mutton was secured at a cost It is worth practicing by othersA county farmer sold 150 of corn last week at 375 per Shade and protection from heat and sun are essential for all fowls old and youngSam K Hodgkin sold this week to 0 D Bush 114 extra stock ewes at 460 each Mr Bush shortly after sold 20 of them at 525 each Thad Hamp ton shipped Wednesday 80 hogs of his THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTOR RHEUMATIC FOR INTERNAL NO EXTERNAL USE RHEUMATISM N EUR ALG I A LUM B AGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHCEAr AND ALL BODILY PAINS PRICE 50 CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE CoC- OVINGTON KENTUCKY it your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for sLOG Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to Mention this paper when writing plentiful daily hur led barrel tilling barrels LJULA4lJJLL cure- S For the husbands homecoming does not usually outlast the early months of marriage And this not because of any lessening of affection but be cause the wife finds the time for the evening meal come before she is ready for it She blames herself for her lack of energy but the truth is that her vitality is by unhealthy drains find the labor seemed so light a few months ago now taxes all her strength Women who feel weak and tired out will find new in the use ofDr Pierces Favorite Prescription It establishes dries wcak ening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness nnd I was obliged to go to with female also had ulcers and inflammation writes Mrs Ellen D Rollin of Pierceville Co Ind I tried a physicians remedy for a month but got no weaker Tried another medicine six weeks but got no better was quite discouraged My me a of Dr Fa vorite Prescription I began taking it and in two I was able to do Favorite Prescription Golden Medical I regained more ever did Accept no substitute for Doctor Pierces Prescription- Dr Pierces Common Sense Med ical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Ad dress Dr Pierce Buffalo r tr r FJKjrrfJtY3lt beingreduced nln out suffering husband housework Took twelve bottles of also four of mystrength and weigh RV NY lw1 1 strength a own raising 239 pounds which he had sold to of Lexington at 51 cts with off the Qem ocrat Ohio and Kentucky tobacco growers expect to get high prices this season because of the indicated shortage the Southern crop Official announce ment has been made that the high prices for cotton have resulted in a crease in the tobacco acreage and corresponding increase in the cotton area Southern advices are to the ef fect that the profit in cotton is so large under prevailing conditions that tobacco growing will be abandoned in many sections this year Under the circumstances many of the leaders in the trade Joule for higher prices this year especially since the weather in some important areas of the tobac co belt has been bad thus Old musty bay should be used bedding only During the summer season there is nothing better for horses than to cut a few armfuls o grass in the morning and allow it to wilt during the day If fed at night it will be found much more palatable than the hay from last years crop Many horses are supposed to lose for hay when the dilliculty is only due to their rejection of old The oat crop of Oklahoma will be the largest ever yet harvested Sev entyfive to 100 bushels to the acre is the yield indicated in some of the newer portions of the territory There has been 150000 bushels of wheat delivered to our Paris merch ants The prices for same have rang ed from 70 to 75 cents The average yield for Bourbon is about 12 bushels to the acre Paris News J R Durratt of Marion county put 10 head of cattle on grass April 2 at which time they weighed 503 pounds each lIe weighed them August 2 and they weighed 815 pounds each During this time they ate nothing but grass The gain of 312 pounds each in the 4months is considered extra good and one which pleases Mr Durratt much Harrodsburg Herald John I Van arsdall Bros know how to run a farm as well as a livery business They sold Dan Moore Jr 1000 worth of mixed timothy and clover hay off 75 acres and will have enough left to feed the stock in their stable and on the farm until the next crop is raised Kennedy Paducah tobacco broker has just shipped 2250 of tobacco he bought for a for eign government at Mayfield and within the past two weeks The value of the tobaccowas 250000 and the freight alone was 20000 This was the largest shipment ever made out of Paducah Have just received two loads of the Ash Mares from South Dakota these are Percheron breed and will weigh from 1200 to 1600 lbs Every one is bred to an Imported Percheron arM these are acknowledged to be the best bred draft horses in the west and can show the farmers the best horses for the money than anybody in the state Dont write but come and see what we have E H Beazley Stanford Ky a282t For Sale or HenS House and lot on Richmond street Apply to SUHaselden a283t i rice 5 lotWinchester appetite material very W B hogsheads Pa- ducah stallion I ii de- r far- r POTTS BROS FLOUR FEED STORE and EXCHANGE Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats S Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw g EXCHANGE BpSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 0- LHULtJ B f BMJ f f oo 0 00 0 0 00 o 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 n co t g 0- t r G JJlUt fft dI i S SL 1 J 11 Thompson Bulda nice hoieo to J 0 Siler for 200 WP Dlsluin is building a beautiful house in which to live Mrs of Walnut Flat is visiting Mrs B D Holtzclaw Mr G W Evansis visiting his daugh ter Mrs Hutchins at Danville Lewis spoonamore sold a young horse to Philip Thompson for 875 Several from here is attending the Tates Creek Association in Madison Capt James Johnson sold a mule last week for 9750 also C W Hoskins one for the same Rev II B Cockrill of St Louis has been here several days on business and attending the meeting Miss Whitley of Wilmore is the singing at the cHurch this week and it is well done The meeting at the Methodist church is progressing nicely as Bro Johnson is a good preacher Mr and Mrs Daniels having their beautiful home painted inside and out which adds much to the appearance The bridge river has been pronounced to be in a dangerous so there is no traveling done over the Preachersville and Stanford pikes until new pillars are built PUBLIC SALE As administrator of Ruth Aldridge and agent of her heirs I will on SATURDAY SEP TKMBEK 12 1JftJ on the premises 2 oclock P M sell to the highest and best bidder l7J ACRES OF LAND on the Lexington and turnpike road and adjoining the prop ertr of William West and near JIarkitbury post ollice property Said property is well watered good improvements and line orchard ou said place Anyone desiring to look at said can cull on II P Aldridge or Jas Al dridge Jr on the premises Terms made known on day of sale H ALDRIDGE Adinr of Ruth Aldridge and as agent of her heirs This Aug 2 1103 Am Bourn Auct SONG OF THE MORTAR SHELL Sound Like Mlllinnn of Wild VInglug Their Way bat Overhead The mortars at Fort Hancock look lUte pocket pistols in comparison with Little Animosity The otlicer in com in a nil sits in a small lint on a bridge about the powder magazines giving his directions to the crew In which ever direction the eye may wander there is a gray muss of an angel of death It may be a rifle or a mortar Both Miles and Alerritt pronounce Fort Hancock impregnable says the New York Press There are 16inch rifles 12inch rules teninch rifles two mortar batteries of 10 guns each and a pneumatic dynamite gun The turn of a wheel or the raiK ing of a lever controls the of many tons qf steel so perfectly bal are the angels Springs re sisting the recoil of the mortars look like elephants legs Betty is aimed at an angle of 45 degrees A whistle like a postmans blows three times Are you ready Gridley Fire Some one concealed presses a button The such sounds like 4000000 wild geese making their annual fall pilgrimage from Labrador to Ctjrrituck Wagner has tried to imitate it in the flight of the valkyries in Die Walktie It is said that no man has even seen a ern mortar shell in flight Long after its song has ceased mid ypu have for gotten about it comes the splash out at sea That Make England The recent elevation of a certain English nobleman to the peerage was made the occasion of a presentation of silver plate from his tenantry with an address of congratulation The old est tenant ou the estates got up and said that he had himself attended 70 rent audits and that his house had been lived in by people bearing his name for 200 years It is little things like this that make England so sturdy substantial and permanent in with the nervous volatile life of this country Largest Electric The largest electrical pumping plant in theworld is that at Utah lake It raises 65000000 gallons of water a day for irrigating the Grent Salt Lake Spring of Violet Water A spring of liquid resembling es sence of violet both in perfume and in chemical composition has been discov ered in a valley near Millau France A Speaking Likeness Mr Jones began old Skinflint the boss as he cleared his throat you have been in my employ just 20 years today and have proven a good and fiithful servant I propose to make you a substantial recognition of your fidelity Heres a photo of myself as a present Thanks Its just like you mute tered Jones as he accepted the val liable gift Baltimore American The Markets LOUISVILLE KY Aug 26 4 r w CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 60 4 85 Medium to good shipping steers 4 25 4 40 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 50 3 65 to medium butchers 2 75 3 25 Goodto choice feeders 3 75 4 00 Common to medium feeders 3 50 3 75 Good steers 3 50 3 85 Common to medium stock steers 3 00 3 40 Good to choice stock heifers 3 00 3 50 Common to medium stock heifers 3 75 3 00 Plain light mixed stackers 2 00 2 75 Medium to good bulls 2 CO 2 50 Choice veal calves 5 50 5 75 Common to medium calves 3 50 4 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 Medium packers ICO to 200 Ibs Choice light ship 120 to 160 lbs Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs JoqdpIgg50tO Roughs 150 toSOO Ibs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep FaIrtogood Jo medium r 590 690 6 05 5 65 6 05 Extra ihipping lamb Best butcher lambs i1 i 2 75 3 00 J 2o 260 2 08 2 26 1 50 00 8r25 X 435 Coaimba toilendlamba 3 08to 3 60 J- c Pcnnin ton conducting over Dlx condition a iLan- caster property tame directipg mlle mod Thing comparison ramp alley Common toextra stock 450 b i r Common I S r PItEAJll1HVI ILJ are Gee racial unstable to300lbs 4SO Buck I 5J d5 s 1- y Koy Cftretl or Calif Vlif elcjuuii Treatment Ijail KalUtl My boy when four years tccu with colic and cramps in I sent for the doctor and he in jccted morphine but the child kept getting w rse I then gave him half a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and iarrhoea Remedy and in half an hour he was sleeping and soon L Wilkins Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilkins is bookkeeper the Shell Lake Lumber Co For sale by all druggists 1m If silence is golden the woman Who is deaf and dumb must be twenty four carats fine DeWItc tbe 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 c u t s burns bruises boils eczema and piles Tbe popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused worthless counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by F P Frisbie We are only good when we are good for something The prayer without the heart can never reach heaven Eat nil you Want Persons troubled with indigestion or Dyspepsia can eat all they want if they will take Kodol Dispepsla 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 1m Adversity Is the trial of principle Without it a man hardly knows wheth r he is honest or not Fielding Many persons in this community are suffering from kidney complaint who could avoid fatal lesults by using Fo leys Kidney Cure J E Stormes 1 m The expert accountant generally speaks figuratively When you want a physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and cer tain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists 1m Health brings wealth but this is another of those rules that wont work both ways Vile an to It All A grlevious wail oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Guaranteed by McBoberts Drug Store 1m STONE Mrs Watts of Jessamine is visiting relatives in this place Mrs G W Anderson is suffering from her eye ball bursting out Mr Lem Teater and family visited Mr W Sanders in Madison A horse threw Mr Todd Simpson last Sunday and broke his hand Miss Linnie Preston visited Miss Hattie Duncan Saturday and Sunday James Parks bought several head of butcher stuff in this neighborhood at Sicts Your correspondent spent last week with her friend Miss Beulah Baney of McCreary Bro Gillian closed a series of meet ings at this place the 19th with 44 ad ditions to the church Mrs Woodord and daughter Miss Edith of Harrison are guests of her sister Mrs C W Mitchell Mr Samuel Mofford bought of Mr Creech of his House and lot for and will build a store room where he and C S Sanders will sell dry goods BEONA VISTA Virgil Wilds I s with friends in Nicholasville Mrs Chas Scott has been the guest of relatives in Danville Miss Walton of Louisville is the guest of Miss IIettie Lane Work on the Polly Bend turnpike will probably begin this week Miss Lucretia Skinner of Lancaster spent Sunday with thehome folks Mrs Ranson of Philadelphia is the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Spil Lee and sister Miss Brewer of Harrodsburg visited relatives here last weekMiss Edna Lane has returned to her home in Danville after a pleasant to Prof Wise and Harold Fox of were m this vicinity Tuesday soliciting pupils for Hogsett Academy which opens in September Clarence Lane had a painful accident last week While shooting at a mark the bullet rerjouhded striking him in the eye It is hdped he will not lose his sight Kor Sale or ReatT A valuable planing mill and coal plant a28tf I old was ta his stomach recoveredF Ia 1 m C Can d End overtaxed N I n a 600 manMrs vis- It Miss lreneRuble Danville it fi l il J r 0 o i L after SSS numerous ass 55 45 45 45 ass 45 45 45 S Call n VSteaveL I S This is not a gciitlcword but when you lliink how liable you ure not to purchase the only remedy uuivcr allv known and a remedy that has had tin largest sale of any medicine in tin world since 18G8 for the cure and pf 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 Brohchitis especially Consumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and morn logs there is nothing like German Syrup The 25 cent size has just been introduced this year Regular size 75 cents At Stormes Drug StoreAug 29 Marriage of a deaf and dumb couple ought to result in unspeakable When in low spirits some fellows take to highballs Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their and pleasant in effect 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 bluc mass 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 Frisbie1m The happiest time in a mans life is when he thinks he knows it all The best time in his life is when he is to learn Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been 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 Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kid ney regulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 1 m People who have to work hardest to make a living usually the ones who complain less about their lot I have practiced medicine for 30 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 cat 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 directed Steel MD Big Hill Ky Sold by Frisbie 1 Aug The average man in summer time would give a great deal to be as cool as the average woman looks 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 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 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 Many a mans bank balance wou d be on the wrong side if his creditors had their due Physician Healed 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 ney and bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate gland I u s e d everything known to the profession without until I commenced to use Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three 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 Im There is nothing so certain as a sure thing the man behind the game 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 MrsHenry Carter of Nashville Tenn says My ittle boy is now three years old and has been suffering from indigestion 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 recommend it tball sufferers digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie treatment Croupand for I happiness action DeWitts pleasantly try- Ing disco never cannot D a s victims DrGeo Ewing relief bottles I gamefor ever L Kod l jl c i1o li I S c I I w a 7 4 asiflotl 45 4 45 45 45 4s5 ass mass 45 45 as l 5 eps 0 Stock of Monuments Incas is worth something to you None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON LEXINGTON KY 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 Our advantages AAAA LEWIS Y LBAVKLL Presidentf ORGANIZED 1883 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited j Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell BF Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier Robinson AsstGashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird The W O RIONEY Asst iaslir J S Robinson o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0I493 o 0 o 4o 0 3 J F 2 o 0 o 2 2O O d oo I z ci KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach cures Indigestion dyspepsia and allstomach and troubles accelerates the action of the glands and rives tone to tho gastric digestive organs KODOL digests what you I eat relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gIves to I ie heart a full free and action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain untr KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many siclrpeople well f and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Settles only 100 Size holding times the trW which sells for SOc Fnwni wly tr E C 4 CO CUCANL Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr contained 2 size ITT I I New Discovery For c A Perfect Cure PTION aDd I Price For All Throat and Lung Troubles II Money back if it falls Trial Bottle free the most fatal of all dis KIDNEY DISEASES are 1f eazL t FOLEYS lUTiltlMl RMMty CURE IstioIB i or refunded Contains remedies by em2 nent physicians as the best for troubles PRUcaa4IW a rs5- S J S BOBINSON Vice Pro I FARM Tools etc for Sale I have decided to quit business and go South and will otTer for sale my farm of 47 acres 2 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike and known as the Joe Turner farm Ilace has two houses 1 good six room house and 10 acres of the best orchard in the state Good fences One half of land In timothy balance in hemp and corn Crops will show quality ot land Sngai Creek runs through the place on one side affords plenty of stock water Is as handy a little place as one could want in good neighborhood and eta be placed in Graded school district if desired Desire to sell prim ately 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 pitying business Does about 300 business per month and only has about 1200 invested I mean to sell and some mutt can make money by seeing me at once Can give possession of stable at once and farm by Jan 1st 1901 Terms to suit purchaser Call on or address W II Ward Lancostzr Ky 810 4t R KINNAIRD Represent FolloiiDi Companies Aetna 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