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THE CENTRAL RECORD rOURTEESXII LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1903 NUJJlBBB23 y TEa P L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law A Life Insurance policies bought X 4 for cash or loaned on for sums s of 500 and upward 0 0f Local Interest The City Council meets Monday night Sheriff Lawson took several loads of stock to Cincinnati Saturday There will be work In the Fellow Craft degree at Masonic Lodge Tues day night Potts Bros have bought the butcher business of Moss Co and will run the establishment The Kid baseball team went to Stan ford Saturday and walloped that team by a score of 1 to 3 Cincinnati Fall Festival commen ces Sept 7th to 19th Somthing do ing each day and night Mr Jas Sanders and Mrs Robt Aus tin were married at the home of the bride near Judson Tuesday The L and N will give special rates to the Cincinnati Fall Festival and many of our citizens will attend See ad of sale of the Patterson prop erty on Richmond street It is a splendid location and a No 1 house We have several excellent pieces ot property advertised in this issue Read about them and secure a bargain The grand jury returned fourteen indictments its work being compli mented by many people who have watched the work at each term of Bob McSpaden the faithful old col ored man who went to Missouri with Mr T B Long has returned and hired to Judge Ilcmphill for a term of live years w t2 Opp court OOOOOOOOOp0000000000 400 000000 C WMIIERNDONF Capt White of this office contin ues quite feeble and has not been at his case for two weeks We trust he will be back in a few days sticking em faster than ever Having Lots Of Fun A party composed of S H Yeager J A Wood and Robt Route left last week for Petsoky and they write back that they are catching big fish and having more fun than so many pet pigs For R H Co The suit of Jas Parks against the L and N railroad which case has had three trials was decided in favor of the railroad company Monday The suit was for damages by loss of a horse whice ran on the tressel near Lowell If you want firstclass fare at reas onable rates stop at the Palace Hotel when in Cincinnati It has decidedly the best location best fare and best accommodations and you are not made to pay unreasonable prices either Its at Sixth and VIne sts one block above Fountain Square A Wonderful Treatment We call attention to the card of Dr Sid Isbell in this issue of The Record Dr Isbell is a graduate of a leading school of osteopathy and has located in Lancaster As one who has found relief by this treatment we take pleas ure a word in its behalf His card will give particulars and we will take pleasure in giving our experience to any one interested Reunion cfMexican Veterans Richmond State re union of Mexicans veterans will take place here on September 15th Of all the gallant warriors from Kentucky who fought for Mexican Independ ence scarcely one hundred remain and at each annul gathering there are gaps in the ranks to close and the thin gray line is feebler Capt Frank J White of The Record office is the only veteran left in Gar rard and it is his intention to go to Richmond his old home Mes In saying RegisterThe It rs J S ROBINSON Ii We Appreciate Thl Winchester has begun on the Lancaster Water Works and the city will soon have complete protection from fire To Louis Lan dram the indefatigable editor of The Record is this due more than to else He is always urging that will benefit the town and is worth a regiment of moss backs who say things would be nice but cannot be had Now The Time There is no more delightful time to take a vacation Crab Orchard Springs The fare is splendid and just now the waters will be of more bene fit to you as the weather is not and the nights pleasant Willis has a good crowd of excel lent people there now and a most pleasant vacation one that will be of untold benefit to you can be had memorial MethoaUt Church Owing to absence of the pastor this week at the Annual Conference of pastors and laymen at Cynthiana at Cynthiana the congregation will wor ship with sister churches at the 11 a m and 730 p m services next Sunday Sunday School 930 as usual Annual Summary and Report of the Memorial Methodist church of Lancaster for 10023 for church year ending Sept be made at the annual convocation of the Central Kentucky churches at Cynthiana this week for all depart ments of exhibit will be encouraging to a marked degree JIuckler After a illness Mr Rich ard Hackley died at his home in low er Garrard Sunday night The de ceased was in his 68th year and leaves a widow and two children Mrs Jas I Hamilton and Mrs Geo Lane Mr Hackley was one of the in Garrard having been sheriff at one time and deputy at another He was a warmhearted good citizen and enjoyed the confidence and respect of all who knew him Funeral services were conducted at Mt Olivet Monday the remains being interred at same place I Sure DemocratWork anyone a t Ito bestknown- men something Is swarm Manager o LANCASTER CITY COUNCILMEN 0000000000000000 2 0000000400000pO00GOciOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOE 8 The Record has from time to time Vhad much to say in commendation of present board of City Councilmen 8 WIn For the plain and simple reason Othat they are men ofsplendid business judgment they lay aside important matters to attend to the busi Oness and guard the towns interests as carefully as it were their own private business They have accomplished a of good for the town and in bringing about some of the improve ments have doubtless incurred Q of some people who were com to comply with the town ordi It is the only council that Abas ever taken personal pains to break blind tigers the only council who v thC I world tile J nances I sup 0 private displeasure pelted i i the backbone to make property build sidewalks front of their Opremises and greatest of all the only council who has succeeded in getting works an improvement that town needs worse any other when It Is remembered that these gentlemen do this work for practically pay and set themselves up for cen sure from the usual gang who oppose every move for improvement people should and we believe do nreciate their services It is not ant position to be a city council man for many reasons Every law is enacted is fought by some peo who want to live in the town but Spay nothing toward its betterment v I io J C pmLL had owners water the than the a that pIe HEM i1TwI l MAYOR ROUT KINNAIRD E MORROWi9 0 and frequently lawyers are employed to fight measures that every right0 thinking citizen knows is for the best to the greatest number Some come up it is true that are openQ for discussion but when so small matter as the prohibiting of stock run at large causes the members to annoyed and harassed by men who are too short to keep their stock then It is indeed time to stop and t consider The present board has had to contend with no more of this thanO any former board but the continual nagging backbiting and criticism if not stopped make It so good will not serve a burrtail set will get in and first thing the people know will have a lot of yaps elected who be up will men we Q measures Jtog JACOB JOSEPH J A BEAZLEY will not only grant saloon licenses but play havoc with the town generally We have a good council and men ofA ound judgement people who have In vested in the town and who pay taxes not the dollarahead class and if the people will consider the publics welfare they will show their of the services of good men lend them every assistance few days you can hear some goodsboxO orator or little burrtall criticising A the council but this of course amounts to nothing What the people should do Is let the counollmen knowo they appreciate the work that is being done 0 town and appreciation 000QO00000000ie Jno Oakes sold to W S Fergerson fine work horse for 125 The town is filled with pretty teacl ers this week The Record has alwa made the boast that Garrard out shine any sister county in this Fine Tomatoes The best crop of tomatoes raised b gardeners In town is that o f M Walker at the jail They are the ever seen in this section and in taste Circuit court is grinding along th week a number of civil cases occupy tug the courts attention Nothing importance to the public has bee done The case against Metcali charged with the killing his brothe near Paint Lick was continued unt next court The defendant allowed bail for the sum of Supper at Antlock The ladies of New Antiock churc will serve ice cream and cake at residense of Mrs Dr Amon next Satu day night 15cts for cream and cake A cordial invitation is extended all t come and enjoy the evening to be used in buying new song for the church Ganm Wardens An effort being made through various fishing and hunting club throughout the State to secure th passage of a bill by the Legislatur creating the office of Fish and Gam Commissioner and providing for Wardens in each county are satisfied with the existin laws for protecting gamy and fish bu want to see them properly enforced Bunch Of Railroad Boys Last Friday five of our old railroai friends were in our office and tosay I reminded us of old times does not ex press our pleasure There were En gineer Johnnie Clark and Firemai Charley Claire of Covington Sectioi Foreman Billy Brown of Lowell Soliciting Freight Agent Will Wher rittt of New Orleans and Mall Clerl Geo Harden of the K C all here ai nearly the same time There is no vo cation more fascinating that rail road ing and few of the boys ever leave it We had rather watch the movement of a railroad engine with an expert ai her throttle than witness the finest opera ever put on the stage Ono Thousand Dollar The case of Mrs B F Walter against the town of Lancaster for damages b reason of her falling over some and into a ditch was tried Fri day the jury awarding the plantif damages The Council had placed the stone there and dug ditch to construct a sidewalk in front of the Walters property and during the night Mrs Walter was compelled to cross to a neighbors to get some one to go for a doctor for her husband who had been taken suddenly ill The attorneys prayed an appeal which was granted and the case will now go through the court of appeals Mrs Walter was represnted by Messrs Tomlinson Williams and Hamilton while City Attorney Swinebroad was assisted by Capt Wm Herndon and Mr J M Rothwell All Honor to Him When the American Farmer rises early in the morning It is to look over broad fertile acres that are his own When he goes forth it is to fields that no human being caa lawfully step up on with out his consent When he gathers and garners the harvest he stores up what in a vast majority of no greedy and rapacious land lord can take from him It is all his The proceeds of it are to clothe and eed him and his family and educate Ifs children to be his support of his age and the heritage of hIs Looked at from every point of view it is doubtful if there is another luman being under the heavens who more cause for carrying a light team and a contented mind for re tarding the past with satisfaction and he future with hope than the farmer Teachers Institute The County Teachers Institute onvened at the Graded School here Monday with Prof M A Cat idy of Lexington as Instructor A eeling of gloom and sadness nt with the teachers when it was that Mrs L L Walker the County Supterintendent was unable present and preside at the Prof Mannix Principal of the School presiding in her stead lowever and in a way that makes yeryone feel very much at home Mrs Gulley was chosen Secretary nd after the usual committees the egular Institute work began The attendance is good nearly all of the eachers having enrolled the first day from the firs up to the present the Interest has been increasing each teacher responding to his name when sailed upon to take part In the discus sion of any subject At present point to a very successful weeks work of which we hope to be able to give a fuller report next week WANTED 25 TEAMSTo work on Waterworks at 2SO Day Apply at JT A Beazleys Furniture and Undertaking Establishment t I a could line largest delightful was 1500 the Proceeds books the Deputy Sportsmen curbstone 1000 the cases old posterity has American Building wasappar known to be Institute Graded and Indications interesting and Per I J I e WE PLANT THE FOR THE WIDE WIDE WORLD SEED SEE THE IMPROVED Plain and Ferteuzer JR1Oaseldeu SUPERIOR 1 DRILLS NEW Fall and Winter Goods Arriving Daily TheLogan Dry Goods Company u W r llA Vw hlJ 1IJtt I tAiJi1LWtilVLtJw w JfJ II J I w Jf ftwr ftMWJ School Boys Sit Down Hard and Often No matter what a boy does he does it with a struggle That is keep talking about Quality whenever we mention Boys Cloth ing There must be good reliable stuff under the boy if his suit is to last long Perfection Brand cloth tested for toughness all seams doublestitched double thick at the seat and knees Neat effects in broken plaids and mixtures Prices to suit all See the suits theyll tell the story better than we can s o ZEE o OIL SHOESCast Iron would be just the thing for school shoes if it were more pliable and not quite so heavy The next best thing is our Red School House Shoe made from box calf vici kid and enameled leather single and double soles every pair guaranteed all sizes We have these shoes for Boys and Girls and let other dealers say what they have a mind to we certainly think without any that the Red School House Shoe is a little the best shoe it has ever been our privilege to buy or sell Try a pair of the best school shoes on the market The One Price and Furnisher H T Logan T f 7 JI whywe Strengthand We han Suecialline for SchoolBoy l I IClothier t Vb ofSllitade exception ti AND HARNESScheap for the next 30 days lit L iiIJ ba Jrjr rrillroml rrirI S TIR J rFill I 8 I ROM A NS l MO R II II 8 8 8 8 R BUGGIES r t F1I F3 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster SecondClast Mail Matter Lancaster Kg September 4 7903 The Cincinnati Post asks its exchang es foi an answer to the question Why should the reader attend the Fall in Cincinnati Sept 7 to 19 The answer is an easy one for those with the hustling uptothe minute Queen City If the reader is a merchant he should take advantage of the low railroad rates to see the big show and be enabled to visit in person the great wholesale houses conceded to be equal to any in the UnitedStates and there select his stock getting goods and better bargains than his sleepy stayathome competitors can possibly get by ordering through the mail Merchants of experience say they get as good bargains have as large displays to select from and receive as liberal terms in Cincinnati as they New York and the fact that all the wellposted buyers go to proves the assertion The low rail road rates will also furnish splendid opportunity for the people to visit the great Queen City retail stores a chance they seldom have and they will be given the advantage of selecting the very best goods at lowest possible fig ures and from an assortment not sur passed even in New York If the read er is looking for pleasure a good time he will certainly will get his moneys worth in Cincinnati are always firstclass but this year thE Festival Association has secured the very best that good judgement expe rience and money can bring together and these in themselves are enough tojustify the reader in attending tin great celebration There are more reasons both as to profit ant pleasure and The Record is so dent the visit will be of unmeasured benefit that we insist upon the read er taking a few days off spending then in the Queen City during the great Fall Celebration Some of the gourdheaded dudes just back from college should read the fol lowing from the Winchester Demo crat To the young man just out ot college with a head so wide and high that he can barely enter the door 01 the fathers humble cottage we would say Dont value dads brain at than fifty per cent the par value 01 your own He may have some ideas inside his shaggy old pate that would at least come waist high to yourseven if he did have to live nearly half his days in that slow and poke age before you thought it worth while to be born They All Spoke Well of You fc the title of a new song now going tin roundS The lines do not say so but its a safe bet the one the song is of is dead as universal praise it only heard of the dead in this day of slander and backbiting Carrie Nation the saloonsmasher is to gc on the stage and star in Ten Nights in a Barroom From Mrs Nations past history it seems that ten minutes instead of ten nights is all the time she wants in a barroom One politician licked six others in a Louisville saloon Friday evening He evidently got his drink of Louisville Up in a neighboring county a Mr Miracles married Miss Moore and some newspapers headline the item Moore Miracles EI L iIJJ Ell II Celebration better Cincinna- tI many con II written getto as familiar din The amusement less o PAINT LICK Will Gafnev has malarial fever Born to the wife of Mr Bob Smith a fine boy Mr Henry Moore has gone out West on a vacation Born to the wife of Mr Sam Jen nings a fine girl Mrs Bob Hendron visited her par ents at Rowland this week Mr and Mrs R L Jennings have gone to Cincinnati to buy new goods Mr A B Slaughter and wife of Pop lar Grove are the guests of W G Kem perMiss Mary Clarke Engleman and brother Smith are visiting relatives in StanfordThe have begun cutting their tobacco which is very good in this section Mr Will Fish will remove his stock of drugs to the old Nichols store house for the present Mr and Mrs Charles Jennings and Miss Hattie Jennings of Danville visited Mrs George Ballard recently Mr Guy Rice has rented his dwell ing to some parties to be used as a boarding house for next year The new buildings are going up rap idly Messrs Fish Estridge are hav ing two story brick buildings erected wnile Burnam Rucker have their frame warehouse almost completed Now if some of our land owners would erect some nice cottages we would have a little city The recent fire at this place has not kept the people away although we have but two dry goods stores left each has from three to five clerks and they are kept busy all the time our merchants keep only the best of every thing and the people know where to go to get the worth of their money WALLACETON W J Hiatt sold two mules to Thomas Curtis for 8125 F W Baker Wm Coldiron of this vicinity attending Teachers In stitute at Lancaster this week Mr James Lunsford who has been selling goods here for the past six months is preparing to remove his stock to Berea again Miss Mary Coldwell who has for weeks been very poorly is weakening awaya partof the time not being able to recognize her near friends Corn in this section continues to look promising but the cool mornings ause farmers to think of Jack Frosts annual September visit Men who want to buy hogs to feed report them exceedingly scarce in the surrounding country and also higher than the city price would warrant Misses Ethel Mabel and Master Ar thur daughters and son of Rev W H Baker left on Monday for their home in Springfield Ohio after a months visit with friends here BucklenB Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo tion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 26c at McRoberts druggist 1m Few of us manage to keep pace with our good intentions Avoid serious results of kidney pi bladder disorderly taking Foleys Cure C C J E Stormes 1m I 1 are our 1 S a 1 t M B1 Kidney 4s infallible jraqite and Marble We are at all times prepared to offer the buying public the best in the marketInthe line of Markers Posts Coping etc etc Our line of designs are latest and we can also prepare special ideas Presented by customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any where fiarrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET 1 I i I Monuments Headstones our 000 A fb f en MAKKSBURY Tom Chesnut sold to Wm Ruble a nice horse for 150 John Woods sold to Wm Kauffman a 3 yr old mule for 811- 5TD Chesnut sold to Robert Under wood of Hubble a mule for 100 Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster spent last week with relatives here Mr Ben Hughes wife and little daughter of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs Margaret Sutton Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bry antsville were entertained Sunday by Mr and Mrs Chas Burdett Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis is spending the week with her brother Mr Kinnaird Bourne Mr Frank Parks wife and son of Danville was the guest of her father Mr Cyrus Daly and wife Sunday Mrs Asa Daly and Misses Bessie and Mabel Parks of Danville visited rela tives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Ballard of White Station Madison Co was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Georgia Dunn Mrs T D Chestnut and daughter Miss Mary returned Thursday from a pleasant visit to relatives in Lebanon Mr S D Coleman and wife of near Danville attended services a t the Fork church Sunday and dined with Mrs V M Stalling Miss Sallie Swope sister of Mr Swope who has been an invalid for many years received a severe tallbreaking her ankle Good crowds are attending the meet ings being conducted at the f k church by Rev B B Bailey of Winches ter If you have not attended do not miss these last services Mr William West of Lancaster sold 50 acres of his farm at 40 per A to John W Simpson He also sold fo Mr Kelly of Hubble 2 acres at 125 per A Mr Kelly will erect a residence and blacksmith shop thereon BUCKEYE Misses Lela and Myrtle Hendren of Madison have been guests of Miss Hattie Jones Mrs J E Dickerson and Miss Pauline Foster visited Mrs J T Hardin on Sug ar Creek last week Miss Cora Long of Madison is spend ing a week with the family of her Mr Robt Long The sick are better Mrs Robt Long and Mrs Mae Carter are up and Mrs John Dickerson was able to drive out SaturdayMisses Fannie Miles of Sycamore Valley and Helen Miles of Hyattsville are with their parents this week and attending the Institute- A number of young people from this place attended a camp meeting in Jes samine county Sunday held by Miss Lucy Mahan She has recently held a series of meetings at Gunns Chapel here and much good was accomplished having had fortyfive It is with sadness we chronicle the sad death of Mrs Willie Ray who died Saturday evening and was interr ed in the Lancaster Cemetery Sunday afternoon She leaves a husband one little babe 8 months old father and and Mrs J D Nave three sisters and two brothers to mourn her untimely death Myrtle was hardly twenty years of age but had been a member of New Antioch church for several years having given her heart to God while quite young A bright and lovely life has gone As we stood and looked upon her pure sweet face in death we could but ask question Why has God chosen her one so bright with a young husband and sweet little child to leave a home by so loving ties And this thought The flowers are first plucked She had been sick just four weeks with that dread disease typhoid fever was very the first but repeatedly was heard to say lam not afraid to die She has gone to join the little one who preceded her to the heavenly home eleven months ago What I Life In the analaysis nobody knows but we do know that it is strict law Abuse law even slightly pain results Irregular living derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache Liver Dr Now Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at McRoberts Drugstore I and wife David Fo county brother motherMr surrounded came brightest BI or 1m P I us converts the devoted many ill from last under that means trouble 4wa e d s r M1NSE J P Frank of Danville Is visiting at Dr Ramseys Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksbury has been visiting relatives here Miss is spending several weeks at French Lick Springs Boyle Doty has cleared over 60 on one acre of watermelons and has sold only about half Miss Frankye Doty has returned home after a visit to friends in Rich mond and Nicholasville Services will be announced at the Presbyterian church next Sunday conducted by Rev Friason Mrs Belle Henderson will leave soon for Anderson Ind where she will visit her brother Ben McRoberts STONE Miss Pearl Sanders visited Mrs Dr Amon last week L L Sanders bought of Clayton Pres ton five shoats for 12 Mrs Lem Evens and Mrs Nelson are quite sick this week Mr Tevis Preston and family visited relatives in Washington county Mr J II Raney has returned from a weeks visit with his son Mr Wolford Raney of Falks Henry county Mrs Woodnard and daughter have returned to their home in Harrison Co accompained by their sister Mrs C W Mitchel and son Robert A Remarkable Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy has remarkable record It has been in use for over thirty years during which time many million bottles have been sold and used It has long been the standard and main reliance in the treatment of in thousands of homes yet during all this time no case has ever been reported to the manu facturers in which it failed to effect a cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even as soon as the croup cough appears it will prevent the attack It is pleasant to take and many children like it Itcon tains no opium or other harmful and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale druggists 1m Even the blind beggar may have an eye for business An actor isnt much good unless he can take his part Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens Ver sailes O For years he was troubled with Kidney disease and neither nor medicines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to recovery Best on earth for Kidney troubles and all form of Stom ach and Bowel Complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 1m A woman who knows she is beauti ful has a sweent air of easy complac encyTake a man at his word in love at fairs and yyu flater his vanity The Pleasure of Eating Persons suffering from indigestion dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet The remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion and Dys and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues Sold Fris bie 1m WILBUR SMITHS BUSINESS COLLEGE LEXINGTON KT Slaking Our BOB Successful Busi ness Men Many of our leading bank men and officials are graduates of W R Smith Others from this College have secured fine positions in different cities as Bookkeepers Ste nographers Telegraphers etc Prof Smiths College is responsible and in fluential besides being thorough cheap it pays to attend the best It is the only business college in Amer ica a part of a famous Uuniversity Write now for a large illustrated cir cular free Address Wilbur R Smith Lexing ton Ky tf FOR SALE Flour Mill Elevator Planing Mill and Electric Light To settle the estate of Wm Ward deceased I offer sale his splen did combined Flour Mill Elevator Planing Mill and Electric Light Plant at Lancaster Ky mill has 75 barrels capacity just refitted with the most modern machinery throughout the Electric light plant latest pattern and includes exclusive franchise in the city planing mill In thorough repair All operated one power This is one of the finest merits in Kentucky and will pay on twice the amount asked for it Address R G Ward Administra tor Lancaster Ky 8rl44t and Fonle- Wewill sell 100 head of horses at the fair grounds Richmond Ky and load of Indian Ponies These horses are breaking out nicely and are giving Sale commencing promptly at 10 oclock Tuesday Sept 8 821tf JTCootCo i Mattie McCormack a substance 1 B doctors Liverand BI all pepsi a by F P I merchants Proto and B invest B 1 i I ti ft ti Stf jf a gsa croup ball 4 Plant for Flour very the interest Horses one car satisfaction y BUYANTSVILLE Mr Tom Dunn Jr sold a nice horse to Paris parties for 123 MS Bedford Mucklin of Frankfort is the guest of Mrs Jenkins Miss Mary Grimes of Marksbury J Armstrong Monday Mrs Allen and Miss Trimble of Frankfort are guests of Mrs S N Stead manQMiss Marrletta Crow of Louisville is the guest of her cousin W L Glass and wifeMrs Stucky and children of Indian apolis are guests of C M Jenkins and familyMrs Hannah Sweeney of Jefferson ville Ind is visiting relatives and friendsMiss Helen Merit has returned home after a weeks visit with friends in London Messers Milton and Nathan Elliott of Lexington are visiting their broth er Dr Elliott Mr and Mrs J S IIaselden are in the city buying their stock of fall and win millineryMiss Mae Ison has returned home after a weeks visit to her Aunt Mrs C J Armstrong- Mr and Mrs S D Cochran of Paint Lick spent several days last week with their sister Mrs Dr Elliott Mrs Susan Johnson of Burgin is spending the week with her sister Mrs Sadler and other relatives Mrs W J Hogan left this morning for Lexington where she will visit her daughter Mrs W J Woolfolk Misses Emily Humpreys of Shelby vine Lula Simpson Hannah Aldridge Sallie and Lee Herring of Marksbury spent last Wednesday with Mrs Dr Durham Have just received two loads of the Ash Mares from South Dakota these are Percheron breed and will weigh from 1200 to 1600 Ibs Every one is bred to an Imported Percheron stal lion 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 Men get satisfaction out of many things which to women seem foolish The inclination of the average man is to refer to wamans ability with a question mark C T visited Mrs C a282t 5and FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low W S BEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp ona Danville at ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Vt Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law J A BEAZLEY Go t t GCFAIUS I Beazley Paris a Main St warn- Ing prosecute store SIP Embry Ed NB Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lncien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N Anderson Clay Sutton Tti Broaddus J W Sutton BL Kelly Mrs JH West L Jas B Henry W A Burton J 0 Hemphlll Mrs F JFarra Price Davidson Price Bros George W S Ferguson J MOrand WL Lawson W M Mahan Wm Lear Alex West y A Lear FJ White JT S Daniels Mrs D Gill Walden Leslie Harber BA Beazley RobtGulleyW I Leaven p See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER T B WftLKER SON Old and New r i f 1 f4ii ll I Farmers II a S 400Oa40d444404444044444444444444 4044444044444444f0444444444444444 JOC JGGr Gi SCHOOl ooo AT Books Supplies MCROBERTS WXri We are detirmined to reduce stock and to hurry the matter will make a reduction of TWENTY per cent on all vehicles Remember FRISBIES DRUGSTORE if4v17 CoocooocooooooooOOC A Great Clearance Sale 0 F VEHICLES 20 PER CENT REDUCTION I this is for CASH or negotiable paper No old vehicles taken in on this sale Come early ia PPLy I Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky I- OiI Fresh0 0 I 8 0 I VIrus I All kinJ ofDisinfectonts I i 0 3- i i good and get Genuine Bargain CO1 000 e A 6 0 0 0- VaGino e B Drug Store aracamphRelieves Mosquito Bites Stings Sunburn Swellings and all Inflammations Kills Chiggers Soothes It Cures Sold only In At all DruggistsSOc 4 LOO Bottles load i e arc i fA PUT ALL AROUND r 0 I IT r0VIE rIEW E H v rr 4y Y EicE Agoin and Acomin All same to the WAGNER Lightest draft Steadiest I I I I I Wan r j I I I PloWI I THE ground I High weeds Cornstalks l THY IT running KF Posto I 1- I I Reversible s I Hillside Disc 1 1 ITS STUFF Hard Briars I Gossip About People Nev Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings M Goings by Those We Arc In W B Burton attended the London fairBranham Beazley is in Nicholasville attending the fair Miss Lavinia Pope has gone to to spend several months The B B club will be entertained by Mrs Fred Frisbie this afternoon Mrs Charles Norris of Jeffersonville is visiting her sister Mrs George Far ris Mr Jesse Walden wife and son of Danville visited Dr Herring and wife SundayMr Mrs R E Hughes of Louis ville are guests of Mr John W Miller and wife Mrs Rosa Brown Crow of Louiiville is visiting her parents MrBreathitt Brown and wife Mrs Nannie Evans Bowlin of June tion City has been visiting heruncle Mr George Evans Misses Bessie Mae Lear and Lillie V West are guestS of Mrs Charles Den man of Nicholasville Mrs J M Logan is attending the Milinery openings in the City and buy fall mllinery for the Logan Dry Co Record office was the recipient of a watermelon as large as a washtub a present from our friend John Clarke of the L and N last week Dr Sam Burnside wife and two childrenof Texas who were spending the summer at Barbourville were visi ting relatives here for a few days Handsome invitations have been to the celebration of the golden anniversary of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey at their residence on Danville street this Thursday evening Mr Paris Mahan of Williamsburg was a visitor to relatives in this vicin ity Saturday Mr Mahan went to WHUamsburg some two years ago and is now a member of the large general merchandise firm of Mahan Co in that city He is a deserving young Miss Earl Chenault of Richmond who has been abroad for the summer months will return home the early part of this month Her many Lan caster friends will be delighted toknow she is much improved in health Mr and Mrs W C Wherritt have to their home In New Orleans Mr W who has been with the L N for some years is nowsolicitingf reight agent in that city a position of import ance and good pay His Lancaster friends glad to see Will climbing in promotionsIn us the ad to sell his house Mr J H Patterson writes from Nash ville that he is getting along nicely sends his kindest regards to old friends and adds I rejoice with you in your successful pull for waterworks The property offered by Prof is a very desirable place and would pay as envestmentDanville Louisville Minnie and Annie Cotton are the guests of a house party given by Miss Lena Rigney Lancaster Miss Rose Yeiser visiting friends atPaint Lick Garrard county P Frank and children are spending the week with Mrs Franks father Dr Ramsey at Paint Lick Garrard county I I I I I I I I ling I Issued man returned are Patterson PostMiss- es MrsJ Lexington Miss Dove Harris is visiting relatives LexingtonMr has been visiting rela tives in Danville Master Van Logan is spending a few days in Cincinnati Miss Joan Mount of Covington is visiting Mrs R E McRoberts Capt Herndon and J Mort Rothwell were in Crab Orchard Monday Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford has been tne guest of Mrs Arch Lawson Mis Emma N G Bricken visited Miss Addle Arnold last week of Versailes has been the guest of Misses and Martha Til lettMrs Bettie Landram is visiting her sister Mrs John Baughman of Lex ington A B Estridge of Paint Lick was here yesterday and made us a pleas ant call Mr Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City is visiting his parents Mr D and wife Mr R L Jennings and wife are in the city buying fall goods for Ills big store at Paint Lick K K Kirby has gone to Anderson Co where he has been assigned to duty as D S storekeeper Stanford Mamie and Ellen Ball of Lancaster are guests of Miss Hattie Farmer Miss May Bodine returned to her home in Nelson Co Tuesday after many weeks visit to relatives Mrs S D Rothwell whose illness was mentioned in these columns recently remains quite feeble much to the of her many friends Prof E N Todd left this week for Carrolton Ky where heis engaged with the High School for the approach ing term Prof Todd is one rards most prominent and popular young men and one of the best the local school ever had Louisville Post Miss Sallie Lou Myers of Lancaster left for homethis morning after several weeks confine ment at St Josephs Infirmary suffer ing the result of an operation for ap pendicitis Mr Homer Batson will return Monday from Lexington- A supper was tendered Mr William C Wherritt of New Orleans In honor of his birthday on Friday evening by his parents Mr W H Wherritt and wife The evening was enjoyed by a host of the most intimate friends and relativesInvitations to the marriage of Miss Katharine Mason of this city and Mr Roy Asa Haynes of Hlllsboro Ohio have been sent to friends living at a distance There will be no special in vitations sent in Lancaster or Garrard county a general invitation being ex tended to the friends and of the family The will be said by the brides brotherin law Rev Henry Faulconer at the Presbyterian church Wednesday Sept 9tb at 10 oclock a m The church will be decorated and there will be many attendants and ushers Miss Willie Belle Burnside left Fri day evening for Dexter Mo where she has been appointed principal of the music department of Dexter Christian College Miss Burnside has been a pupil of the famous Cincinnati Con servatory of Music one of the leading institutions of this country and her wonderful progress has attracted much favorable comment from musicians She is faithful and efficient tutor and Dexter College is to be congratulated upon securing her services She is one of Lancasters most popular young ladies and a host Bodine and Mr Boone MLackey JournalMisses of Gar teachers acquaintances experienced Sallie regret ceremony CUT SALE QUEENSWARE IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS FALL Prices Very Lowi GiveTTsA Call lI M Ballow Son of friends wish her all success and hap piness in her new duties Miss Louise Kauffman is visiting relatives in Richmond Miss Mattie Thompson is in Dan ville visiting Mrs Jesse Walden Mr Fisher Gaines and wife of were visitors here Sunday Mr Harry of Eton Ohio is the guest of his sister Mrs Jacob Joseph Mrs John Anderson gave a very en joyable oldfashioned quilting Tues day Hattie and Jessie Dotv enter tained a number of friends Wednesday eveningClinton Bastin has returned home after a weeks visit to his aunt in Paris Ky Mr Millard F West of the Treasury Department Washington is here for a short vacation The Ladies Aid Society meets with Mrs Waits next Saturday at the home of Mr R H Batson Miss Jennie Williams and brother Ed are visiting relatives in Barbour ville aud attending the fair this week Miss Bettie Lou Thurman of lly attsville is spending a week with Misses Annie Clara and Carrie Miller Misses Bettie McGraw of Loasville Georgia Lewis of Stanford and Flor ence Skinner of Beuna Vista are guests of Mrs A H Bastin Lexington avenueDanville A B Robertson has returned from New York He re ports that Mrs Archie Robertson is Wm Cook of Lan caster was in Danville shopping Mon day Mrs Mary Noel who has been quite ill is reported some better Attorney Nathan S Elliott of Lexing ton was in Danville yesterday He is visiting his brother Elliott Bryaritsville For Sale or Beat House and lot on Richmond street Apply to SUHaselden a283t See the new oxfords cloths for waist at The Logan Dry Goods Co 2t BOURNE Mr Thomas Turner is very ill at this writingJ sold his farm to Ham for 750 Miss Minnie Ball visited relatives in Nicholasville last week- J H Turner sold a cow and calf to Sanders Walker for 35 Wm Duncan bought a sow and seven shoats from Job Marsee price 31 Mrs MeWilliams is spending several weeks with relatives in Wilmore Miss Lucy Marsee visited the Misses Marsee of Marksbury Saturday and SundayMiss Aleen Bourne spent last week with her sister Mrs Warner at McCrearyMr Sherrow and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Doc Jackson of BryantsvilleMiss Adams has retured from Cincinnati after several weeks visit to relatives Mr Allan Ray and wife attended the funeral of Mrs Myrtle Ray in Lancaster Tuesday The twin babies of James Pollard and wife died and were buried at Mt Hebron Saturday You should see for pencils table ials The Logan writing 4ry Goods Co heap counter mater 2t The personal property of the late W E Lawrence will be sold publicly at his late residence on the Stanford pike about four miles from Lancaster on Thursday September 10th 1903 It Mrs Nannie J Lawrence Admx Residence for Sale I offer for sale my residence situat ed in Lancaster on south side of Rich mond street running back 490 feet to the L and N B R This is one of the best built houses in Lancasternew and finished In oak bathroom and all modern conveniences Good outhouses such as stable buggy house hen house etc Splendid cistern Thirtyfive young fruit trees on premises I will sell at on terms to pur chaser See RG Ward or address 407 Fatherland Nashville Tenn 9 4tf J H Patterson Per Male Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barley H A Marksbury Son I Misses NewsMr improvingMrs r Dr J P ur a abargin Danville Fox Wm s 8s lot snit meat Osteopathy Lancaster One word in explanation of Oste opathy It is the Daughless Science It treats successfully all curable di seases Relieves many other things that all other modes of treatment have failed to benefit We do not to commence treatment of any case unless we believe we can give material benefit Examination and consultation with out charge Sid Isbell D O Office at Mason Hotel tf 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 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 L a21tf PARTNERSHIP WITH GOD There tm an Incentive to Patience la the Thought of Gods For bearance with Men The example of Gods forbearance and the incentive of Hi trust help to prepare us for that selfcontrol and patient waiting which are perhaps the most difficult arts of living Preach ers of the strenuous life often forget that for one who dares to act there must be many who are compelled to to endure It is not the charge which commanders dread for their commands it is the waiting before the word to charge is given Action re lieves the tension cf the nerves and oc cupies the thought The example of patience is not in itself a suffi cient incentive in our time of need God waits because He knows He sees the end from the beginning and is never tempted to gather unripe fruit as we so often are He asks us to be sharers of His patience and by the exercise of faith We can wait be cause we believe He tursts us in the partnership of work and waiting and we renounce and have patience we trust Him for the end He promisesSo patience becomes more than a becomes an opportunity of faith If God is patient in what seems the halting progress of His kingdom if He endures the slights and insults of His children we His fellow workers cannot be impa tient without refusing Him the trust He gives It is a trial the hardest trial for all active souls but to be called to hard and special trial is a proof of spe cial confidence God honors every man to whom He gives this oppor tunity of patient faith This incentive of our partnership with God lightens the burden of our waiting and arms us to endure It is easier to be patient for anothers sake than for our own Where we might yield the thought of one who loves and trusts us and will suffer for our yielding makes us strong It is well to keep before our minds the thought that God is with us and de fends us but never to the exclusion of the other thought that God depends upon us for His work and patience in toe earth To the world God is the invisible and we are the visible partners of theholy and interesting life God ispatientbe cause He desires repentance and It is for us to lok on men as lIe looks with recognition of their infinite worth their infinite possibilities If and so far as we can gain His point of view it will be possible for us to love our enemies because He loves them and to pray for those who despitefully use us because we see in them an ele ment of possible and Christlike broth erhood in the enduring life Boston Congregationalist GEMS OF THOUGHT You cannot worship the Father while you are wounding the child Rams Horn If you would be loved as a compan ion avoid unnecessary criticism upon those with whom you HelpsI charge my soul to believe and wait for Him and will follow His providence and not go before it nor stay behind Rutherford Sometimes melancholy is greater than it would otherwise be through selfishness through not rejoicing with them that do rejoice William Mount ford Our object in life should not be so much to get through a great deal of work as to give perfect satisfac tion to Him for whom we are doing the Hay M H Ait kenWhen you feel ill and indisposed and when in this condition your prayer is cold heavy filled with de spondency and even despair do not be disheartened or despairing for the Lord knows your sick and pain ful condition Struggle against your infirmity pray as much as you have strength to and the Lord will not despise the infirmity of your flesh and spirit Father John I dwell- Ing waitand Gods because trialit whom Hehasmade return liveArthur itSamuel workWilliam desire For Representative We areauthorixed to announce John O Bogie as a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Representative of Garrard county s D COCIIKAN 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 2CtQ Your support is solicited The Logan Goods Co are handsome Hneof Fall and Winter Dress Goods 2t Seed Bye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson 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 Call and settle now as there Is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson fa G C Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf Our line of school shoes are upto Dry Goods Co Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room 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 I am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf Alex Miller has a splendid closed carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrive into the country or make calls Hu rates are very reasonable horses first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Seed Bye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley old stand carry an of coal on hand at all They handle nothing but the t are correct up No 5 see what they will do 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 is splendid a24 tf Bring sour old school books to us and excnange them for new ones adopted We have them now in stock tf R E McRoberts 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 We are prepared to do paper hang ing and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us be fore placing your order Fine line ol samples on hand McMillin Strayed Bay saddle horse 15 hands 3 Inches high speck in one eye left Lancaster about Aug 12 Horse came from Har rodsburg and was last seen near Dan ville Liberal reward for return to Jas Hamilton Lancaster Ky 2t When you want to get your worth go to J T Williams and buy genuine Jelllco Coal the EastTen nessee that runs i cannel and the best that comes to Lancaster J T Williams Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson Eor Sale or Heat A valuable planing mill and coal a28tf MEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR I date and The LOgan 2t I at artons i men stock t t a cir Ri g nd ju Otf Hatchert Brosm58tf I Coal moneys oct a 28tf plant Call on VSLeavel DRPIERCES GOLDEN respectfully Diy receiving price reasonable cottage price Are your Horses Tired Has yourWheat been Poor Buy aWheat Drill and a Little Fertilizer of AND SEE e ffi i K F e ti II 0 e CL 15- e J y a POSTLETHE CHANGE best wheat raised in 19O3 1 904 using Fer tilizer bought o 1751i I in I prizes I for I I I I I K I I I I i- H MoneyI i s PIPOSTLEHIN DFiT- 1KPostie S BEDNA VISTA A T Scott bought of Logan Ison one suckling mule 75 W P Ruble sold to McGrath and Adams one horse 175 Logan Ison sold to Mr Mahon one pr of work mules for 100 Miss Bertha Christopher is visiting her cousins near Hustonvllle Misses Jennie and Mary Skinner visiles relatives at Hustonville- Mr Bell of Harrodsburg was in our village last week soliciting voters Misses Osa and Lillian Poor are the guests of Mrs Adrich in Mr Thonias Brosrle and family of Nicholasville visited here last week Irvine Christopher leaves Tuesday to enter Ogden College Bowling Green Mrs Rodgers nee Bertie Mayes has been the guest of her sister Mrs P S Ternli Miss Anna McDowell has returned to her home near Nicholasville after a visit to Miss Virginia King Work on the Pollys Bend turnpike was begun last week Mr Mahon of Lexington is contractor Only Ii miles will be completed this year Miss Ollie Hackley of Upper Gar rard Miss Laura Smith Mr J I Ham ilton and wife and Mrs Fox of attended the funeral of Mr R H Hackley Monday The death angel has again been in our midst and claimed for his own Mr R II Hackley For some months he has been battling with a disease to which he at last succumed He had passed his seventieth mile stone was an excellent citizen and neighbor He leaves a wife and two daughters Mrs G H Lave of this place and Mrs J I Hamilton of Lancaster to whom we extend our sympathy Funeral services were conducted by Revs A P Jones and Bruce at Mt Olivet THE OLJD RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS lEMEDr FOR INTERNAL u EXTERNAL USE RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA BAGOTOQTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHCEA AND ALL BODILY PAINS PRICE 5O CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE CoC- OVINGTON KENTUCKY If your Druggist have not got Di ROdgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing Covin ton Lancaster 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 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 being reduced by unhealthy drains and the labor that seemed so light a few months ago now taxes all her strength Women who feel weak and tired out will find new strength in the use ofDr Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries weak ening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness In my strength and I was obliged to go to bed suffering with also and inflammation writes Mrs Ellen D Rollin of Pierceville Co Ind but got no better weaker another medicine six weeks but got no better was quite discouraged My hus band me a Dr Prescription I began taking it and two I was able to do my housework Took twelve bottles of Favorite Prescription also four of Golden Medical Discovery I regained my strength and weigh twentyfive more than I ever Accept no substitute for Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription- Dr Pierces Common Sense Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Ad dress Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY T f ttJ1IJ tr t1 rffij f3 I out ss tt I tried a physicians remedy for a month Tried Favorite Medical 2 r KEEPING COWS CLEAN A Little Device Which Should Be Carefully Studied Ut cutie Itm Worth Introducing The illustration shows a cow stall in actual use The contrivance over the shoulders of the cow is the unique fea ture Cows when urinating natural ly arch the back and if confined by rope or stanchion will crowd as far ahead as possible thus allowing their waste to fall exactly where they would stand when feeding The little device shown in the illustration in no way COW IN TIlE STALL interferes with the arching of the spine but does force the cow to draw back instead of pushing ahead thus the gutter back of the cow catches the filth and the floor remains clean There is no rule to give for the ex act placing of the structure as dif ferent breeds of cattle differ so in height and length however piece No 2 should be located just back of upper point of shoulders and from one and onehalf to two inches above the back This gives a chance for free movement and in no way interferes with the of the cow My cows are Jerseys and franje is just 0 inches from stanchions No 1 is a block on which to fasten No 2 No 3 is the upright which should extend to the joint above and there be fastened No 4 is a brace for the support of the frame and should be nailed very firm as the cow will break the trap if she can No 5 is the gutter Orange Judd Farmer MAKING GOOD BUTTER All Authorities Are Agreed That SncceMH Ripening of Cream The allimportant question of the day with creamery and dairymen is how to obtain a uniform and fine fla vored butter Nearly all Investiga tors agree that the secret lies in the proper ripening of the cream and all owing to the fact that the negli of this great fault it appears to be a point worthy of consideration- To state the subject of starters plainly and intelligently it is neces sary to take the fundamental princi pie of the ripening of cream into con sideration The ripening of cream in eludes two features upon which the fects of ripening with starters are far more marked upon the flavor of but ter than upon the texture for it is during this process that the character istic flavors are developed Cream ripening is merely a fermentation growthThis comfort Depend on Proper lowgradebutter propertreatment dependsThese a a o o o yymnrd 0 066066 svwvrs v wrmn B0Tnmnra6Tnra- gI POTTS BROS FLOURtJ FEED STORE and EXCHANGE cc Manufacturers of and dealers In High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville aye PHONK 100 B BPC mL4jl JLifc I e tt1UIJUI1t It It U tc wt jmwi perature by which a rise from 60 depress Fahrenheit and not to ex ceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit induces growth and develops immense num bers of bacteria while lowering the temperature retards growth The ac tion of these perms in cream results in the conversion of a part of the milk sugar into lactic acid and a slight of carbonic acid gas and a few other volatile constituents not defi nitely known Midland Farmer Electricity and Milk The unusual number of thunder storms last summer should have bqpn accompanied by a large amount of sour milk if the old belief that thunder storms sour milk is true but there has been no complaint on that score so far as reports show says Hoards It is certainly true that milk is frequently found sour after a severe thunderstorm and it is natural that there should be a popular belief of a relation between the two facts but as soon as we endeavor to verify the claim by the actual trial of sweet milk by electrical discharges we find that the electricity fails to work and the milk remains sweet for electricity in the form of sparks discharged over the surface of milk fails to show any effect in producing acid or souring the milk The Mixed MJIk Roughage is nearly the same every where corn silage cornstalks and hay TIle question is what to use for a grain ration to be fed with the above kinds of roughage to produce the most milk Most farmers have corn and oats which they grind and feed mixed with a little bran this does not furnish the most desirable nor the cheapest ration when production is considered Leave out the corn entirely as worse than useless and substitute cottonseed meal even at 30 per ton By feeding four pounds bran four pounds oats anti two pounds cottonseed meal with silage cornstalks and hay or even without the hay you will get results that will be N Y Times JOY IN TROUBLE Faith and Trust In God IN the Only Thing That a Sorrow After having been cruelly beaten with rods the apostle Paul and his helper Silas were cast into prison and their feet made fast in stocks About midnight their fellow prisoners were surprised to hear them praying and singing in spite of their bleeding and aching backs How men could be hap pyundersuch circumstances was some thing which they could not compre hend From that inner prison into which the missionaries had been put they were accustomed to hear groans and curses but never prayer or sing ing Their amazement perhaps ac counts for the fact that they did not try to escape when they weraset free by the earthquake They wished to see the men who though greatly were impelled to lift up their voices in praise and if possible learn their secret The joy of Christians in trouble says Wellspring has ever been a surprise to the world Thi5 followers o Jesus are not stoics whose theory is that one should not be moved by either pleasure or pain On the contrary tluir religion makes them the more keenly alive to both because it en larges the heart Why is it then that with keener sensibilities they are sus tained in affliction when others break down Why is it that in circumstances where others worry they have peace of mind Surely it is because they have such trust in the love of God Paul and Silas could sing when others would groan because God was so near to them in their suffering The balm that the jailer applied to their bruised backs was as nothing to the balm that Gods presence brought to their hearts It is that sense of His presence and love and sympathy that sustains one during the darkest hours giving him a peace even in sorrow that passeth understanding This life is a training school and no one can escape its discipline and ought not if he could But discipline ought not to break down but to strengthen and it never will break one down if he but rests all the while in the love of God God wants us to live lives of joy not of mourning If those who are young will but let Christ fill their hearts with Ills love they will rejoice in the morning of their life in its noon and at its close Special Days at the Fall Festival in order to meet the particular in terests and sympathies of the thous ands of people who will visit the Fall Festival at Cincinnati during the next two weeks the following days are named as specially dedicated to celebrating the subjects mentioned in connection with the dates Monday Sept 7th Labor Day Tuesday Sept 8th ItanNicNic DayWednesday Sept 9th Home Com ers Day Thursday Sept 10th Fraternal Day Friday Sept llth Outside School DaySaturday 12th Commercial DaySunday concerts on the Marco Polo by Sousas Band Monday 14th City School DayTuesday 15th German Day Wednesday Sept 16th Irish Day Thursday Sept 17th Flower Day Friday Sept 18th All Nations Day Saturday Sept 19th Cincinnati DayCincinnati is particularly accessible from all of the country owing owing to a central location and a very comp etc system of railroad and elec tric car lines the sur rounding district and center in the city One fare takes the visitor from any of the depots to the Fall Festival by means of a There are ample hotel and lodging house accommodations to suit all purses Good restaurants furnishing a from 15cts abound It is tha boast of Cincinnati that she can entertain lOOOTO people daily a brve her own the pHentest Inconvenience Just now the city is putting on her attire and the elaborateness and variety of the recorationp surpass anything seen I at previous Festivals formation Ration surprisingTroy Lift Above suffering faithand cover I populr ton I t Dairyman indefinitely Man Order Owes HI Lire to a NeIghbors KluducDH Mr D P Daujiherty wen known throughout Mercer and Sumner coun ties W Va most lilkey owes his life to the kindness of u neighbor lie was almost hopelessly alluded with diar rhoea was attended by two physicians who gave him little If any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious brought him a bottle of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured him in less than twentyfour hours For sale by all druggists 1m Success only knocks once at the door but adversity will pound all Stomach Trouble I have been troubled with ach for the past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Green field Mass A few days ago I was induced to buy a box of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal better If you have any trouble with your stomach try a box of these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cants For sale by all druggists 1m When woman discovers the first wrinkle in her face she wants to sit down and cry A New Jersey Editors Testimonial M T Lynch Editor of the Philips burg N J Dally Post writes I have used many kinds of medicines for coughs and colds in my family but nev er anything so good as Foleys Honey and Tar I cannot say too much in praise of it 1m Men are inclined to regard them selves with favor after they have had a good dinner A Wild Ride for Life With famly around expecting hiJi to die and ason riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesvilie Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like mar veious cures of Consumption Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles 50c and 100 Trial free at McRoberts drug store 1m It takes a woman a long time to learn how to sit gracefully at a desk Philadelphia Bulletin A Purgative Pleasure If you ever took Little Early Risers for billiousness or con stipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved W H Howell of Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by F P Frisbie1m The first step toward being a happy old man is to be a useful young one Used For Pneumonia Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mich says I haved used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe easer of pneumo nia with good results in every case Stormes 1m Only what we have wrought into our characters during life can we take away with A Womans Complexio- nIt is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the beau ty doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enrich ing the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping the 1 i y e r healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood polution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also cures constipation hllliousness ner vousness and lndues refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been know to cure the most and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists Feb04 The man who has too little confi dence in himself generally has too much in others Distress After Eating Cared Judge Holland Greenburg La who Is well and favorably known says Two years ago Isuffered greatly from Indigestion After eating great distress would Invaribly result for an hour or so and my nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by Fris bie lm An honest man is the noblest work of God if he has been put to the Life Savedt y Chamberlains Caollc Cholera and Blarrhoea Remedy B L Byer a well known cooper of town says he believes Chamberlains Colic Cboleraand Diarrhoea Remedy saved summer He had been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious aysentry and could get nothing to do him any good until he tried this remedy It gave him relief says B T Little mer chant Hancock Md by all druggists lm condition Chamberlains t clay- S mystom CCJEStormes Pneumonia bottles DeWitts Refusesubstitutes CCJ uSHumboldt pronounced u W T lasting P HI blslite last u Forsale 4 S 4 4 Boys 4 4 4 S entirely F SP test- S immediate a Syrup We want to on our readers that Boschees German Syrup is pus lively the only preparation on th market today that dues relieve acid cure consumption It contains tin specifics such as pure tar extracts of gum etc which have been so highly endorsed for the cure of coughs colds and consumption by the great medical congresses The consumpti whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and be free from the spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning The diseased parts want rest healing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all druggists Feb 04 There is a world of difference be tween a person and a personage The Genuine V Counterfeits The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless sub stitutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shreaveport La says After using numerous other remedies without benefit one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding itching and remedy is equal to De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by F P Fris bie lm The shirtwaist man is an advocate of womaus rights for men Feet Swollen to immense Size I had kidney trouble so bad that I could not work says J J Cox of Val ley View Ky my feet were swollen to an immense size and I was confined to my bed and physicians were unable to give me any relief My doctor finally prescribed Foleys Kidney Cure which made a well man out of me C C J E Stormes lID PUBLIC SALE As administrator of Kuth Aldrldge and agent of her heirs I will on SATURDAY SEt TEMBER 12 1901 on the premises at 2 oclock P M sell to the highest and best bidder iJAGUES OF LAND on the Lexington and Lan caster turnpike road and adjoining the of William West and near Marksbury post once property Said property is well watered good improvements and fine orchard on said place Anyone desiring to look at said prop erty can call on II D Aldridge or Jas Al dridge Jr ou the premises Terms made known ondayof sale II DALDRIDGE Admr of Ruth Aldridge and same as agent of her heirs This Ang 2 1903 Am Bourn Auct PUBLIC SALE Having determined to move to California I ou Thursday October i 1903 on the about 3 miles north of Lancas ter near the Lexington sell to the high est and best bidder household and furniture and farming implements U head of horses 2 milk cows 3 2year old2 calves 2o sheep lot of shouts 1 new bug gyand harness 1 spring wagon about 15 stands 120 Acres of Land Well Watered and in a high state of cut I vat Ion good improve ments on same consisting of dwelling house 6 rooms histories high new cistern also of water ou farm Good barn and all ne outbuildings TERMS Said farm will be sold for cash balance in one and two years equal payments C cent interest with a lien retained on the land to secure payment On property Ml sums under over 10 on mouth bearing six per cent Interest with approved security LT PHILLIPS Agt Am Bourne Auctioneer Sale and Rental I will sell at public auction on tho premises at Camp Dick Robinson Garrard county on Thursday Sept 24 1903 AT 10 OCLOCK A M the following personal property mare mules 2 work horses 3 2 yearlings 2 cows Glows with pigs 1 English Berkshire boar Icorn shredder 1 large ning Baler new one cutting harrow one McCormick binder one hay rake one mower one hemp machine one disc one steel corn crusher corn shelter plows bar ness corn cultivators sets wagon har ness 2 twohorse wagons good as new 1 rubber tire carriage with poll shafts double and sin gle harness 1 buggy harness C sets plow disc drills I fertilizer one ten hole drill I set blacksmiths tools one set car tools one and entire household and kitchen furniture also five or six dozen thoroughbred white Plymouthrock chickens and a hemp brakes At same place unless previously rented I will Rent Farm of 216 Acres Of as fertile land in Garrard county in an ele gant state of cultivation and containing some of the best hemp and tobacco land in the state This fenced and well Improved and has on it a No 1 of 9 rooms with all necessary outbuildings firstclass stables abundance of good fresh water Mrs Nannie W Owens- T D ENGLISH Auctioneer The Markets LOUISVILLE KY Sept 2 4 p x CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 4 60 4 85 Medium to good shipping steers 4 23 4 40 Choice butcher steers 3 75 4 25 Medium to good butchers 3 50 3 65 Common to medium butchers 2 75 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 75 4 00 Common to medium feeders 3 50 3 75 Good to extra stock steers 3 50 3 85 medium stock steers 3 00 3 40 Good to choice stock heifers 3 00 3 50 Common to medium stock heifers 2 75 3 00 Plain light mixed stockers 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 to300 Ibs 5 90 Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs 6 90 Choice light ship 120 to 160 Ibs 6 05 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 5 05 6 05 4 50 b 25 Roughs 150 to 500 Iba 4 50V5 25 BHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 2 75 3 00 Fair to good 825 350 Common to medium 2 00 2 35 Bucks i 1 50 it 09 lambs 5 36 Best butcher lambs 4 35 Coon tallendlaatw S 00to 3 50 Gorman imp res I protrud- Ing pliesno myfarm abundance Y o Onepalr7yearold I e no j Common to Good pIgs50to 9OIbs Extra shippIng t o J I I I I I I 4 real- Ized 4Sp property kitchen cash milk Our Stock of Monuments and superior facilities for producing them at low prices give unusual to all buyers Consult us Our experience of half a century in the is worth something to you None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON LEXINGTON KV My accounts are now due and City bills must be tIed Dont wait to settle but come at once they must be paid D TILLET bus- Iness SALLIE ad vantages setS LEWIS Y LKAVELL President ek ORGANIZED 1883 I The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS Jiooot I B F HUDSON Cashier I W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention i DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson Hudson 3 34 xS 3 s xSKSx Mg s 8S 3 S S SKmxSgxg The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird B F J J Walker T M Arnold o o o o o o o o o o o o o o z493 2 o 0 o o 2 0o 2 2o o o o o o o o o o o r C 2 05 t 2 KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL For cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles digestive organs KODOL relieves an overworked all nervous strain I stomach- of elves to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL digests what you eat I cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach accelerates the action of the gas trlc and tone to the Is the wonderful remedy that la making so many sick people well r and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is In the food they eat Bottle only 100 Size holding VA times the fetal lie which sells for SOc trmnt oly T E C DTOT CBICAMl Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it contained ceo KingsNew c A Perfect Cure ned IIPrice SIO For All Throat and Lung Troubles I Money back It fall Trial Bottle free I KIDNEY DISEASES Ire the uat fatal of aU diseases I If IFOtEYS KIDNEY CURE Is I SurutiiJ Ruwty or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 5fcMioa r 7 i na w= J S ROBINSON Vice Pre wvvcwy ooooo FARM Tools etc for Sale I havedeclded to quit business and go South and will offer for sale my farm of 47 acres situaCed 2 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye 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 in timothy balance In hemp and earn Crops will show quality ot land Sngai Creek runs through the place on one neighborhood and can be placed In Graded school district if desired Desire to sell priv ately I also have a good lot of farming tools wagons plows drills cultivators harness ecin fact anything needed on a farm Will also give some one a bargain in a good paying lieery business Does 500 business per month and only has lout 1200 invested I stable at once and farm by Jan 1st 1 XM Terms to suit purchaser Call on 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