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TIlE CENTRAL RECORDrOURTEESTJI YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER t V 111903 NUJIUUIMU h 1 0f local Interest The colored drew large crowds Cleveland Bourne sold a combined filly to Jim Hamilton for 75 In the absence of Brother Tinder teeoffering for church extension was not taken last Sunday but will be tak en Sunday Sept 13 Mr I Hamilton has rented the An derson property on Danville street for another year and will continue to run a firstclass boarding house and hotel The Masonic Lodge conferred the Fellow Craft degree Tuesday evening and will work in the same at next meeting The attendance has been very large Joe Joe Rig Fat Jolly Joe who was here with the street fair died in Cincinnati last week He was the largest man in this section of the country J E Stormes is having the rooms on Danville street converted into modern flats with bath and all necessary equipments Jas Hill one of the best mechanics and builders in the state is doing the carpenters work while faithful Geo Moran is looking after the brick work Capt Better Capt Franklin J White of this office continues quite feeble but there is an improvement in his general condition lie asks us to thank the many inquir ing friends and says lie appreciates deeply their interest in him Although he will be eightyfive his next birth day he is now the best hand typeset ter in the state Enjoyable Occasion A large number of people attended the formal opening and dedication of the W C T U rooms Friday after noon Ferns and flowers were tastily arranged about the building and the scene was indeed an inviting one The different committees worked faithful ly for the pleasure of the guests and certainly succeeded in their Delicious refreshments were ed Each visitor took a present for the Union something to be of use and almost enough dishes spoons knives forks etc were received to equip the place to serve most any kind of meal The W C T U has done more for the moral betterment of Lancaster than any other organization as its members work together have no petty differ ences among themselves and go at their work with a faithfulness that at once enlists the support and common dation of the public The liberal sup port given them by the people speaks well community PLANT THE FOR TILE WIDE WIDE WORLD SEE THE IMPROVED Plain and Ferteuzer J hUe undertaking generally fort e WE SEED DRILLS I ld n e camrJ- C tom c i ser T J i v a- Lt Tiey v to Al to j of Rev A A Williamson of Louisville will preach at toe Baptist church the 3rd Sunday in this month All friends of this church are to be present 2t MlMloBarjr Convention On September 9 and 10 the Tenth Annual District Convention of the Christian church will convene in The district comprises tin COlD Garrard Rockcastle and Madison counties Year A fine hogshead of cigarette leaf of Shelby scanty Burley realized 83050 per hundred pounds at the auction sale at the Planters Warehouse in Louis vine Thursday The tobacco belonged Grant Pangburn and was bought by the Continental Tobacco Company The hogshead weighed 1080 pounds The price is the highest that has been received on the Louisville breaks this year Alter More The Richmond Register says T C State Revenue Agent and his aatornty D R Shawhan were in that city last week for the last time comprimise or settle the suits filed against a number of prominent citizen some weeks ago for property alleged to have been omitted from the assessors Prompt action will be taken in the term of Circuit Court against those who have failed to liquidate Kentucky Burgoo It is indigenous to the soil of where it only is found in its pristine purity Weak imitations are sometimes found in other places but they never deceive the elect It the spot as nothing else does Itfills comforts and satisfies alike the pauper and the millionaire In its preparation of that used at Winches ter last Saturday the Democrat there was used 400 pounds of beef 5 dozen hens 60 dozen ears of corn 15 bushels tomatoes 10 bushels of 2 bushels onions bushel salt and 25 pounds of pepper With the soup was served 2500 loaves of bread Will Remain With Us It is with the greatest pleasure The Record announces that our townsman Joseph has determined to remain in Lancaster and continue in business He last week closed up business with Plaut Co who had been the owners the stock and The Joseph Mercban tile Co was organized Plant Co retirIng altogether from the firm This puts clever Jake on his own footing and he is backed by sufficient capital to carry one ot the largest and best stocks of goods in Central We Bout believe there is a more popular man in town and everybody is glad to see him remain amongst us He is now in the city buying an entire new stock of goods Good Opening The Graded School opened Monday morning with the largest attendance in Its history Prof Und his are about ready to begin work The discipline during the last term was highly complimented by and as the youngsters know they must walk in the straight and narrow way a most prosperous and profitable year is looked forward to There were 236 pupils enrolled as follows High School 44 52 2nd and 3rd grade 23 4th and 5th grade 36 6th and 7th grade 38 8th and 9th grade 43 Captured B er Thursday night Policeman Billy West caught a couple of negro women returning from Stanford with a lot of beer which was taken to the Chute He at once arrested the parties and captured the beer Under the Farris it is unlawful to bring liquors into a local option town so the stuff was taken to police court room As stated in a recent issue of The Record there is a case now pending to test this law ago Cary Mullins was arrested on the same count tried convicted and prayed an appeal to the circuit court The case came up last week and Judge Saufley sent it back to the police court on some technicality The Council and police are doing all in their power to break up the tigers notwithstanding the herculean efforts of some of our socalled citizens to thwart all their plans Gratitude ofa Battlemwfc That snake story of The Records about Engineer Johnnie Clarke re minds me of a thing which happened down near my home in Covington last week remarked clever Will Ferguson to the editor of paper Saturday Why Ill tell you rattlers are grate ful if you win their affection Down in Covington a fellow neighbor of mine found a big rattlesnake caught under a bowlder Instead of killing it be released the reptile which thereupon became a pet Itfol lowed him about and guarded him as watchfully as a dog One night be was and musing the snake in usual place foot of bed knew something wrong He got lighted a match to investigate and found a burglar in the next room in the coils of the snake which its tan out of the window rattling for the police Why that snake By time the Record roan who partially recovered reached his gun but Ferg was gouts 02 members and requested Richmond Tae ton Richmond taxes on lIst Kentucky touches says potatoes i Kentucky Manna gettingIn earnest patrons now divided Primary antlbllnd Sometime atthe upand t h Highest of tLe coming do tiger law the law abd this sympathetically awakened thee was this bad had lied for Judge M D Hughes was reapointed city assessor by the Council Monday night The W C T U desire to extend a vote of thanks to the Masons for the use of their room The ladles of the Library committee certainly appreciated and enjoyed the reading given by Professor Cassady Eld Tinder and a number of the lad ies of the Christian church are the District Convention at Rich mond which will be in session 9th and 10th Dr Pearce Returned The Methodist Conference at Cyn tbiana last week decided tu return Dr E H Pearce to the Lancaster church for another year As stated in a re cent issue of The Record this is what our people want James I Hamilton purchased this week the Dr Herring property and farm on Richmond street There are 260 acres in the boundary price 70 per acre The dwelling is one of the ic the city and the place a very desirable one Kentuckians IB TOexico Harrodsburg Herald Col E H Gai ther who has been in Mexico for the past thirty days reached home His son Edgar accompanied him but remained and will enter the employ of the Mexican Central Rail road his brother Morton who went there two years ago being a division engineer on this railway The Colonel says there are over 10000 Americans in the City of Mexico and that the country is rapidly becoming The land produces any thing that grows anywhere else on the globe and two or three crops can be harvested each year and grow the year round Mr Isaac Hutchison the leading business man of the City of Mexico is a native of Harrodsburg and is a cousin of Colon Serious Problem The scarcity of white oak timber has occasioned considerable alarm to railroads and active efforts are being made to provide a durable substitute forcrossties At Grenada Miss the Illinois Central railroad has in course of construction ah immense plant for an experimental station to treat other timbers with chemicals in order to increase their durabilty and supply tie to take the place of the almost extinct growth of white oak An in the forestry bureau of the of agriculture at has been assigned to the South to conduct the experiments that will be made on various timbers The in the United States annually lay 110000000 new white oak cross ties and the supply is failing to meet the demand Steel ties paper ties and other substitutes have been and tried with very results The railroads have that timber makes the only satis factory crosstie Hat Off to Her An exchange says God bless the girl who works She is brave and noble She is not too proud to earn her own living or ashamed to be caught at her daily task She smiles at you from behind the counter or desk or a case There is a memory of her sewed on each silent gown She is like mountaineer already far up the precipice clmbing struggling The sight should be an to us all It is an honor to know this girl and be worthy of her esteem Lift your hat to her young man as she passes by Her hand may be stained by dish washing sweeping factory grease or printers ink but it is an honest hand and a helping hand It stars misfortunes from home it supports an invalid loved one may be it is the loving potent shield that protects many a family from the The writer knows several such noble working girls All honor to the brave toiler God bless and protect the girl who works How to Step Fend Thomas M Morrow of county editor of the Jackson Hustler says that no one more deeply deplores the unfortunate condition of affairs existing in his home county than he After a careful study of tion and with the experienc gained by a number of years residence there I am prepared to state that there is but one for the feuds existing in Southeastern Kentucky said Mr Morrow and that is this When a murder is committed let troops be hurried to the scene martial law declared and officials from an outside county be appointed to try the and punish his crime Then most important of all let the entire costs of trial Judges witness fees the transportation and other expenseof the militia be borne by county instead of the State in which the crime is committed When the debt is saddled on one of these mountain communities and they pave to pay the freight ifi will bring to a swift real jatfoo of state of things and they will be as eager to prevent crime as they have hitherto encouraged it If it bank rupts the county let it do so for that system will drive from its borders Get after them right teach them with the bayonet the pocket book and a cessation of crime speedily result it ill attend- Ing Herring Farm Sold handsomest Saturday Americanized strawber- rIes el Galthers anew officer department Washington railroads manufactured unsatisfactory decided prInt- ers rejoic- Ing Inspiration almshouse 14 the ques murderer tbem shrove Breaths the the feudist and j the A Of is a a a The Citizens Bank is being greatly improved and beautified and the outside has received a fresh coat of paint The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Emma Gregory in the coun try Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock full attendance is requested Amanda Anderson Tinder returned Monday night from Indian Creek Harrison Co where he conducted a very successful meeting He will fill his pulpit at Christian church next Sunday at us ual hours Colored Teachers Institute The colored teachers institute will in the court house beginning Monday Oct 5 Prof A G Murrell principol of the Lancaster School will be the conductor Dr J B Kinnaird showed the Record man some corn raised in his garden which measured 12 feet 9 inches in height The ears grew 8 ft 9 inches from the ground He has several acres corn all fully as large The doctor at present figuring with an to bring his balloon to gather the crop The State Convention of the Chris tian church meets in Paris Sept 21st and continues five days The 25th will be spent at old Cain Ridge the one hundreth annerver slit of its organization A rate of one fare plus 25cents is granted in all the state Persons desiring to attend should send their names to C E Mor gan Paris Ky Newspaper Mea Meet The editor of this paper attended a meeting of the executive committee and officers of the Ky Press at Louisville Saturday There were many important matters to con sider the business taking up the en tire day A delightful lunch at the Galt House was given the scribes by President Paul M Moore which the boys enjoyed very much Interest in the Association is constantly on the increase the bona fide editors coming to the front and taking active part Growing Tobacco Under Canvas A press dispatch trom Maysville Ky says The American Tobacco which has been experimenting Burley tobacco under in this now pronounces the a succes but costly Last spring two acres were planted and then covered with canvas the canvas being just high enough to permit a horse to pass under it while plowing the The sides are inclosed with resembling a circus tent The field was kept watered by a sprinkling cart The finest crop of cigarette ever grown in this county was produced and is now about ready to cut The plants stand varying from four to six feet high The leaves upward and each stock produces from twentytwo to twentysix leaves Death of Ed Arnold News of the death of Ed W Arnold which occurred Friday afternoon was great surprise and shock to the com munlty He had been suffering from typhoid fever for a few weeks but was considered out of danger and rapidly recovering until Thursday night when change for the worse came He until after dinner Friday He was the oldest son of W A Arnold and was in his thirtieth year He was married a few years ago to Miss Della Hughes who survives him He was young man of industrious habits and was an exceedingly kindhearted boy ever ready and willing to do a good turn for those about him He read law under Hon R H Tomlinson and was licensed to practice butin recent years had been engaged in the life insurance business representing the New York Life The deepest sympathy of the community goes out to rick en families Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery by Rev Wm Walden More Mosey Needed The statistic of our country schools given elsewhere are worthy of careful perusal says the Winchester The State requires a knowledge of technical things greater than is of a Congressman or even a To acquire the education necessary to secure a teachers requires a large expenditure of both time and money and what is the reward A school that destroys brain tissue health and vigor faster than almost any other work and for all this they are paid the magnificent stipend of thirty dollars per month Is it any wonder that the personnel of our teachers change so rapidly sun so often Men that capable of making successful teachers have us ually the elements of success that will command more money in other pur suits sari who can blame them if the a profession noble in but so poorly appreciated Besides this a teacher is usually worn out or behind the times when he reaches the age of fifty and is cast aside without compunction The few brilliant ex to this only go to prove the general rule rt dy tot this The en- tIre The annual commons school will be held October 23rd at the courthouse All those who wish to enter pupils will please send In the name ot speaker and subject ot selection Eld F M Tall Cora aero- naut celebrating Association Company iu growing canvas experiment tobacco canvas tobacco extend lingered Democrat required certIfi- cate Itself Contest contest beheld the President are forsake What Is the Ti laborer is worthy of his hire and more of it Many of our thinkers are to the conclusion that the State is doing either too much in this matter or not enough Just how the State per capita is enough to induce some one to keep school for the required time even though the pay is not much greater than that of the washerwo man If the State should pay more better talent would enter the profess ion and more would make it a life work If the State should pay less the people should pay for their schools out of their own pockets and more at tendon would be paid to the teaching tor which they were It will be hard to secure local even for better schools so long as the State pays enough to secure some kind of teacher for the public money Property For Sale I will sell the Dr Herring property residence just purchased by me on very easy terms to suit purchaser you want these too on terms to suit buyer Jas I Hamilton 9 11tf Couldnt be Helped We had a most excellent writeup of the teachers association from the able pen of Mr Walker Baker but press of job work and absence of Capt White compelled its omission QHarry Giovannoli he of big brain and big heart has been made president of the Republican Club in Washington com- Ing quality- of SUPPOI t buildinglots paying I FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law A S Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 I CO t t C Q JAUBEAZLEY 00 0000000dE 0 0 The Logan Dry Goods Co STORE NEWS United States Building In Soap A of the Great United States Building at the Worlds Fair St Louis 1904 is now on exhibition at the LOGAN DRY GOODS COS show window It is an arcitectural wonder built like a Fairy Palace from Royal Cuticle Soap the Pride of the World Toilet Soap As an artistic display it is a marvelous demonstration and well worth coming miles to see and will be the most remarkable soap bargain ever offered in America The ever leading in furthering the interest of the people has won for our store much welldeserved popularity Through our prominence w e have been selected and appoint ed as sole Distributing Agents for Lancaster Stanford and all Towns within 10 miles by the Royal Soap Company of Cincinnati Ohio whose soaps have been the standard of excellence for nearly a quarter of a century it is wonder fully fine dainty medicated soap soothing to the skin and beautifying to the complexion and is sold upon its merits exclusively More than five million lamlies throughout the breadth and length of the land are today using Royal Cuticle Soap and will use no other so much for the excellence of this soap The regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desire to introduce the Royal Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell Three Cakes par 10 Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross This gives us pow er to save money for all It is so cheap it can be no cheap er and so good it can be no better It is within the reach of all Logan Dry Goods Co Shopping Centre Lancaster and Stanford JtIfJJlJJl N w1LiI N l1l fac simile IOcents ItAIliJ J1L1 AIMi t r 1 3 Xt wi s t No matter what a boy does he does it with a struggle That is keep talking about Strength and 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 knoes Neat effects in broken plaids and mixtures Prices to suit all See the suits theyll tell the story better than we can SOHIOOILi SIHZOES Cast 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 pair guaranteed all sizes We have these shoes for Boys and Girls and It other dealers say what they have a mind to we certainly think without any ql ception that the Red School House Shoe is a little the best shoe it ijtf ever been our privilege to buy or sell Try a pair of the best school on market I T Logan f Clothier and Fiirnistefc School Boys Sit Down Hard and Often whywe inhan Sunciallinn DfSnit Ma n for SChDDIBDY eve TheOePrice 8 l r r 3y i J t shoes IL a j gljl AND Isl HARNESScheap for the next SO days RIMiNS ELMOIE J J 1i 11 w N8 BUGGIES I 6 to tw3 l i r Li4t D i r 1 4- k I I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClatt Mail Matter Lancaster Ky September n 7903 The following from the pen of Mr Paul M Moore editor of the Earling ton Bee is characteristic of the true noble gentleman that he is The world loves a man with a cheery smile the man with roses on his tongue the man who although he sees your boys dirty face makes mention of his bright eyes Who notices you own shabby clothes but praises your studious the man who sees faults but whose tongue is quick to praise and slow to blame We all like to meet the man whose bright smile lights up our drear iness like a ray of sunshine on a gloomy day whose very hand shake is an in spiration and whose God bless you is sweeter than the music of the brown throated nightingale There an abundance of trouble in the world but we need not increase it There are numbers of people who die ahead of time and there are living men who have crossed the river of Styx on different occasions and they are unfortunately the ones who are least prepared to cross it in reality If you know anything that will make the world better tell it if on the other hand what you know would tend to lower the moral standard keep this knowledge to yourself If you have faith preach it if you have doubts bury them and do not mar the joy and brightness of some other soul by these doubts in their lives Editor Williams of the Falmouth Pendletonian talks out in meetin when he says The average country editor gets but little here below for his trials and tribulations are many and his rewards are few his delinquent list is large and his bank account is small his path is not stiewn with ros es and his bed is not one of downy ease If he is fortunate in saving to attend the annual meeting of the K P A and talk shop join heart and hands with his fellow editors and make the annual outing he feels that after all the life of the country editor has some pleasures which the ordinary class of citizens cannot enjoy A certain preacher was called up before the Methodist Conference on the charge of being implicated in an investment company a nowyousee itnowyoudont scheme A man who li a true Christian should no more monkey with such institutions than he should take a seat around a card table If anything the pokerplayer is the bist man for it requires a man of nerve to handle a pat hand while any old fool can give his money into a skin game If the minister is guilty he should be taken by the seat of the breeches and cast out the back door The thirteenth husband of a Koko mo woman is suing for divorce It would be a good thing if the courts would decline to grant the decree good for the sake of society in general A woman who would marry thirteen different times and a man vyho would consent to become the thirteenth hug band of a woman should be handcuffed together and banished to remote Island there to spend their remaining The national association of dancing teachers have waged war on the mod ern mode of dancing or more properly on the roughandtumble citchascatchcan the balls of hab- Its i s several injecting some ys 1 as i enough Y j speaking frolics today have been turned into This is a good idea To dance the popular way of today one must be an expert contortionist and to come out with a whole hide you must dress in a players costume General F D Grant son of General U S Grant commanding the de paatment of Texas in his annual re port pleads for of the canteen He calls it the enlisted mans club room and says it is a bul wark against the temptations that surrounds every army post especially border and remote posts The U S Battleship Kearsarge last week made a run across the Atlantic m nine days time thus breaking the record for a trip of that distance Since she has proven such a good run ner there will doubtless be a scramble forpositions on her especially by those officers who believe a good run is bet ter than a bad stand Editor Vernon Richardson of the DanvilleNews has been elected cap tain of the military company in that city With a company of soldiers at his command he should be perfectly able to stand off amateur writers and poets Nat Goodwin the actor is now a story of a tramp who insisted that while his trousers might be rag ged they covered a warm heart Nat might get that off on the dude of today whose baggy breeches would cover his whole body Mr Owen Mclntyre has severed his connection with the Danville and is now general solicitor for the Richmond Register Mack is a hustler and will put many dollars in the Registers till Gen Miles reccomends the use of the automobile in modern warfare If an army could kill as many of the enemy as the machines kill on the streets of the cities it would indeed prove a winnerThe season is about over but thank the stars pumpkin pie and cider will soon be ripe Theres a whole lot to be thankful for if you will only look Anew law compels New York bar bers to wash their hands after each shave Down here if they will wash their hands once a day a suffering pub lic will rejoice War on Turkey should be held up un til Thanksgiving at least BuckleH8 Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions in fallible for Piles Care guaranteed Only 2Qc at McRoberts druggist 1m Hardness of heart is not a sign of strength of character What Is Life In the last analaysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m football thereestablishment Advocate lotion II telling tort trouble and Marble I We are at all times prepared to 1 uying public the best in the market in the of Monuments Headstones Markers ICoping etc etc Our line designs are latest and we fcan also prepare special ideas Presented our customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities Iwork any where Souijty Marble Works I STANFORD ira te offerthe e W A t i rj a Poets b erect array w Z- ry STREETs PAINT LICK Miss Annie Wallace of with relatives here Misses Ramsey of Lexington are the charming guests of Dr B Ramsey Rev Reed of Lousville is holding a protracted meeting at New Hope Mr and Mrs Ben Slavin and daugh ter Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville vis ited Mrs Ike Arnold Misses Kate Denton of Lexington and Jennie Paris of Dayton Ohio are guests of Mrs Sue Wallace Miss Martha Zell Makely of Wash ington D C arrived Wed icsday to be the guest of her college mates Misses Alma and Mary Lear Miss Violet Preston of Louisville after a visit to Misses Lear returned home on Monday Many regret her departure and no doubt there are many that will want to visit Louisville now that had no desire before The most enjoyable event of season was the reception given by the Misses Lear last Friday evening in honor of their visitors Miss Martha Zell Mate ly of Washington D C and Miss Vio let DeRosa Prestonof Louisville The beautiful country home Iris lighted with gold silver and cutglass candela bras which was indeed lovely and the moonlight night made everything Toward the wee sma hours all passed into the dining hall decorated in clematis and roses the table and draperies were of battenburg embroidered pieces Elegant refresh ments were served Everyone had a delightful time and are congratulating themselves they were one of the many honored friends Somebody was relating the other day about a farmer whose son was a Latin student says an exchange When the boy came home for his sum mer vacation he was too lazy to work on the farm One day the old man showed him a pitchfork a pile of hay and a cart What do you call them in Latin he asked Forkibus hay ibus et cartibus was the reply Well now said the farmer if you dont take that forkibus and pitch that hayibus into that cartibus Ill break your lazy backibus The boy went to workibus at onceibus as one would easily jjuessibuss MANSE Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond was here last week Mrs Tom Palmer of Lancaster visit ed her parents this week Boyle Doty visited his mother in Glendale Ohio this week Miss Alice Henderson of Lancaster have been the guest of Miss Annie ReidMiss Mary Lung of Harrodsburp spending a few days with Mrs Lizzie DunnMrs Toles Walker and Miss Jennie Kavanaugh were in Richmond severa days ago Miss Emma Moffett of Lebanon has been visiting her sister Mrs Toles WalkerMisses Panthea Royston and Sue Higgins made a flying trip to Marks bury last week A great many from here have been attending the protracted meeting at New Hope church Misses Margaret and Bessie Ramsey of Lexington have been spending a week with Miss Mayme Ramsey The Ladies Aid Society of Fairview finished their silk quilt last week and it is now ready for sale It is beauti fulMiss Mattie Ramsey of Danvilleand Mrs Jno Bright and little son of Stan ford have been with their parents Dr and Mrs Ramsey FOR SALE Flour Mill Elevator Planing Mill and Electric Light Plant To settle the estate of Wm Ward Planing Mill and Electric Light Plant at Lancaster Ky Flour mill has 75 barrels capacity just refitted with the mostmodern machinery throughout the Electric light plant latest pattern and includes exclusive franchise in the city planing mill in thorough repair All operated one power This3s of tne finest in Kentucky and will pay in terest on the amount asked for I Frenchburg- Is perfect lit Good I splendid one AdministratOr A r coverings N very the investments twice N ior Kale pp fluuao and lot on Richmond street A PPiy S I Ulaselciea a2S 3t At the rejular meeting of the Young Peoplos Society of Christian of Lancaster on Sept G a tee was appointed to draw up resolu tions pertaining to the death of Bro Ed Arnold and instructed to send a copy to the family and to publish them in the Lancaster Record Whereas God in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to remove Bro Ed Arnold from our midst be it Resolved that In the death of our brother the Suciety has lost a valuable member one who not only professed the Christian life but lived it in its truest sense Resolved that we e x t e n d to his family and friends our deepest sympa thy in this their hour of bereavement and bid them to despair not but to look ever to Jesus through whose death we shall be finally united in that life that shall never end Nell Johnston Lizzie Brown Henley Bas tin Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Foleys Kid ney Cure CO J E Stormes 1m Remarkable Record Chamberlains Cough Remedy has a 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 croup 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 the croup cough appears it will prevent the attack It is pleasant to take and many children like it Itcpn tains no opium or other harmful sub stance and given confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by all druggists 1m An upright walk is the best kind of talk Fearful Odds Again 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 Liver and Kidney troubles and all form of and Bowel Complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist1m Women easily see a chance to mis construe mens best meant intentions The Pleasure orEatlii 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 pepsia 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 The man who does all things well is one of the raritiee of life WILBUR SMITHS BUSINESS COLLEGE LEXINGTON KY Making Our Boys Successful Busl Men Many of our men mer chants and officials are graduates of Prof W R Smith Others from this College have secured fine positions cities as Bookkeepers Ste nographers Telegraphers etc Prot Smiths College is responsible and besides being thorough and 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 FLATWOODS Tom Collet bought a mare of Frank Gross 25 W H Furr bought a horse from Len ard Nave for 100 J C Clouse and family are in Clay county vlsting Miss Myrtle Corminey is attending school at Midway Bill Lawson and wife visited at Ed Cooks Sunday Hugh Ball n 3 wife visited here SundayLenard Nave has moved to Rich mondWH Furr sold a buggy and harness to Isaiah Kelly 815 McCREARY Robinson Bros bougnt of Sam Sut ton 15 head of for 370 per hun dred Mss AlleenPeelof Illinois Js visit ing Miss Cieo Royce Miss Mayme Kellp is visiting atNina and attending the meeting Mrs Will DIckerson and baby visi at Beuna Vista John LHHI ane Bob wives attended the Nicholosyille fair Mr his Kinnaird Warner r hut too It laUeu commit as doctors Stomach by F P leadingbank indifferent Influential a for yis IrS 2 Endeavor maybe N 4 ness for cattle ted Burtod and Bourne Saturday M Knowing to stop and are very different timings Ai man in n runaway motor car know very clearly that it is time to stop but that doesnt stop him Many a man or woman has carelessly or wil fully gotten into a bad habity Oh I am one wlio knows when to stop That is probably true The day will come when they will know very clearly that it is time to stop but will not be able to do so It is like taking hold of the of a strong electrical gen erator very easy to tape hold but very hard to let go The lingers of habit are bent and barbed like once in they are hard to get out The really wise man considers not only alien to stop but also when it is possible to stop and he often finds in so considering that the best time of all to stop is before one has begun to S Times An Oliatncle After the the womans mini was made up I cannot go 4o the hospital she saidBut urged her husband it is the only tIling to do Modern surgery will then hare as full swing and your life savedNevertheless she was firm It cannot be said faintly Why in my whole wardrobe there isnt a night gown worth over 10 Town Topics So the man down In old Santa FeV Is often ge There are people who think f He Is given to drink But the fact Is ifaonly his we Chicago Tribune WORSE T1IAX NIGHTMARE falltl I goS she i 12nusciu SShcn to amen stopping saying handles fishhooks accident Se- A c You look so haggard today Did have a bad night Yes dreadful Only think I dreamed that the dressmaker had mode my new dress with those old fashioned puff sleeves Unsere Ges A AVIMi Let otherS wish for and bonds Kind fate Id greatly thank If I could have a check book on solid hard coal bank Cincinnati Commercial Tribune AVomuiiM Queer Ways A Chicago woman who is figuring divorce case complains that her would go days at a time without speaking to her Thats just like a woman Youll never hear of a man going into court for such a thing as that Chicago Keeordlierald ItedLctter Uny Lawyer to witness Why are you so positive itr Suburban that the eveut occurred on the date men tion You might be mistaken Sir Suburban Impossible sir It was the day I didnt have to do any shopping in town for my wife Phila delphia Inquirer Personal Privilege Gertrude the big sister Maud 1 do wish youd stop your chattering to that dog Cant you see Im talking to Mr Lovedale Maud aggrieved Well Ive dot a right to talk to my puppy too Chi cairO Journal BEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp ons store Danville st ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M LAUNDRY 51 53 Art 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 Price Bros Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lncien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens TV M Mahan Mrs N BAndersbn B A Beazley ClaySutton T L Brbaddus Alex West JW Sutton V A Lear B Kelly Rbbt Gulley West W R Cook FJL Davidson J S Daniels Jai E Mrs PD W A Burton Waiden- J p Hemphlll w Leslie Harber you t coIn inn husband you J G C FAIIIS I Beazley Paris SF Embry Ed N B WIll Lear MrsJH M dear Some Sv MrsF Farra White Gill r t er Kc r 3 See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE FERTILIZER Old and New Books Supplies EOTO STORE A Great Clearance Sale OF ICLBS 20 PER GENT REDUCTION We are detirmined to reduce w stock and to hurry the matter will make a reduction of TWENTY per all vehicles Remember 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 Vaoine Virus All kin l Disinfectants Store ARE YOU SORE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded I Muscular RheumatismSore Muscles Sore Joints and Neuralgia The only External which will Sweat Out the Fever and Inflammation Sold cafr In 2Sci Me U Bottles At all rood Drag rit Farmers l t GUANO I T BeWRblER 50N 1IDVli t c f SCHOOl AT OCOCOCOOOOOOC I I g g 3 9 2 c ton 1 this 0- t X 8 IX 8 8 A 1OOC CCCOOOOC OCOOOO f o i 0 I i 0 2v fRI BIE DrUg i 0000 000000 O 0 ar mph I 44444040440444444044444404404444 2 44444444444004444444444044444444i t r K rr a JCO s C aCe ss I XvGC J000SGGC GCCJ i oc c J C OOG7 s5 s rsfE r5r ORUG Cr M cf issrfa r a j- e 4 I 000000000000000000000000000000000000 B 0 e 0 0 8 o 0 0 i Q 0 0 xn 000000 00090 om r PUT ALL AROUND l 4 Jb i v bIfi 1 HiltWlillli iiWrWv I T t e Q I fr EI= A goin and Acomin All same to the WAGNER Lightest draft Steadiest run ning R I I I I Wanor II I I Hill idu I I ITS THE i 1- IH I High seeds I I I CarnstllkslI I I TRY I I i Beversible Disc Plow STUFF ard grouad Brier ITi 1- I Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the and Goings Are Interested to Col W S Ferguson returned to Coy ington Sunday Miss Marie Joseph is in Eton Ohio visiting relatives Mr Jesse Arnold and wife have been visiting relatives here Miss Mattie Mae Robinson will school in Richmond Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Miss Mary Gill has returned from a delightful visit to friends in Ohio Mrs L L Walker has returned from a visit to relatives in the country Miss Maggie Bright of Stanford is the guest of Miss Mary Thompson Miss Julia Embry of Shelbyvllle Ill is visiting Mrs Samuel Embry Mrs Theodore Wintersmlth of Louisville is the guest of MrsW R Cook Mrs Hinton and daughter of Paris have been guests of Mrs D M Lackey Mr Dick Kennedy of Lexington has been visiting Mrs Banks Hudson News Misses Hudson and Doty of Lancaster were in Danville WednesdayMr Joe Davis of ville attended the funeral of Mr Saturday Lieut Robt Kennedy of Louisville spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mr William Lackey wife and baby of McCrearv visited the family of Mr R A Burnside Sunday Ware McRoberts has returned from a pleasant visit to his aunt Miss Mae Ware of Hopkinsville Miss Peyton of Lexington one of the teachers in the Graded School is stopping with Mrs Geiger Miss Margaret Tomlinson has re turned from a delightful visit to Miss Christine Bradley of Louisville Miss Washburn of Louisville has returned to Lancaster to take charge of her duties in the Graded school Lenny Miller of this office his mother and brother Master Willie Ferguson Miller to Cincinnati SundayMt Wm Stan ley of Lancaster is visiting the ly of her brother D S Purdom at this place Mrs Margaret Folger and son of Nicholasville were here Saturday to attend the funeral of her nephew Mr Edwin Arnold Mrs Jno M Logan returned Sunday night from the East where she has been purchasing the fall milinery for the Logan Dry Goods Co Miss Mary Goodloe Lackey of Kan sas City accompanied her father Mr Goodloe Lackey for a visit to her grand parents Mr D M Lackey and wife Mrs Mollie Young and grandson Charles Fox Witwer returned Friday to their home in Dallas Texas after several weeks visit to Capt White and wifeDanville and Mrs T Y Hudson of Marksbury Garrard county have moved to Danville and will their residence on East Lexington street recently purchased from Mr Julian McGoodwin Mrs C 0 Curry of Lancaster is the guest I I I byThose Ws I I I attend I I I I I I Danville I I Edwin Arnold I I I I I accompanied I SignalMrs I I I I I I AdvocateMr I I S Jam occupy f of her daughter Mrs Fisher Gaines this week on East Main street Miss Cordie Hamilton is at home from Cincinnati Miss Lora Minor left this week for Lexington to attend school Mrs J W Pumhrey is visiting her daughter in Hamilton Ohio Jerry Donahue has returned to Geth semani College Nelson County Mrs Harrington of Cincinnati is visiting Mrs James Dillon Miss Theo Hemphill is in Lexington attending Hamilton College Mrs Thomas Johnston of Lexington is visiting Miss Nell Johnston Miss Margaret Hackley of George town was with relatives the past week Miss Mary Arnold and Lillie V West are attending school in Nicholasville Dan and John Donahue are at home after an extended visit to Indianapolis and Chicago Misses Alma and Mary Lear their friends very charmingly Friday evening Miss Williiams have returned from a very pleasant visit A B Willis and T E Arnold and wife of Richmond have been the guests of Squire Sam Johnson and wife Danville i s s Mattie Mae Robinson of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Cyrena Dunn on Broad way Mrs and daughter Miss Gussie who have been spending the summer with Mrs Banks Hudson re turned Monday to their home in Leslie Herndon has been appointed a sub in the Railway Mail Service and went on duty this week His have been far above the averageLexington news Mt Vernon Signal Miss Mae Magee will leave Saturday for Lancaster so as to be ready for the fall term of school The family will October 1st Master Robert R West left for his home in Washington D C Tuesday morning He was accompanied by his aunt Miss Bayne West who will visit relatives there and in Rockville Mary land Mr Robert Walters gave a party Fri day evening to his many friends The lawn was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns chairs and benches seating the guests comfortably of ices and cakes were and the evening spent pleasantly Miss Frankie gave a party Friday evening The floral decorations of the Handsome rooms were profuse and beautiful Miss Frankie is one of our most debutantes A very delicious was served and a very enjoyable evening spent George Smith returned Sunday from a trip through the West He stopped a few days at Clinton Mo where he saw Mr and Mrs T B Long and says they are doing a tremendous business with the Hotel Cozart They asked to be remembered to their Lancaster friends and sent kindest regards to all Miss Alberta Hiltons friends and customers will regret to learn that she is sick with typhoid fever at her fathers home in Brodhead Just as soon as Miss Hiltons health will she will be on duty again at Bat Store where she asks all her old customers and friends to continue their patronage Mr John Paul Miller came home from Annapolis Naval School last Nellie entertained Jennie and MasterEd to arbourville AdvocateM Lexington examinations more Refreshments served Kauffman delightful popular repast permit sons k Kennedy CUT SALE QUEENSWARE I IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS FALL H A I Prices Very GiveIIseCau MBallou Son 7 week and is spending his vacation with his parents in city Mr Mil ler was appointed to Annapolis a year ago and his career has been watched with the greatest interest by his many Lancaster friends His marks have been unusually high and he has made a record of which he should be justly proud We are especially fond of this young man one of the reasons being that he has made his mark in he has undertaken and is abso lutely free from that detestable big head which some boys attain after winning position Paul is a boy of which the Lancaster people are very proud Miss Lilly Noel has returned from Cincinnati where she has been at tending the milinery openings Mrs Binckley of Ohio will arrive Monday to take charge of the trim ming department Stanford Democrat Mr R Zimmer is making money in Lancaster be cause he likes the people and the peo pie like him Mrs Zimmer like her husband knows their line of business from a to z and she like her husband is popular They lived here in Stan ford a long time and the Lincoln peo pie think a great deal of them Nine years have elapsed since they left here Their two children then quite small are now grown folks Charley is pre pairing 4o hang out his shingle in some good town as a dentist and it will soon be Dr Zimmer Miss Elsie will soon be a graduate in book learning and as a 15yearold is popular with her schoolmates and all who know her Mr Zimmer and family have a tender place in the hearts of all who used to know them here and Lincoln county people will be glad to know that they are getting on well in the world a good thing when they see it the Garrard people are pushing Mr Zim met along An unuasually pretty church was celebrated Wednesday morn ing at the Presbyterian chuck when Miss Kittle Mason daughter of Mr and Mrs W B Mason was united in marriage to Roy Asa Haynes of Hills boro Ohio Rev Henrv Falconer offici ating The altar was i n churchly simplicity of decorations only great ferns were placed in a circle and this formed a beautiful background to the bridal party The bride was gowned in white net over chif ion trimmed with embroidered appli ques with long tulle veil and she a shower bouquet with white roses and foliage pendants The maids Misses Katie Lee Denny and Edith Morrow were a pair of fascinating young women Their gowns bore a similarity of style p organdie trimmed with Valenciennes lace and exquisite sashes and wore white hats The ushers were Messrs Letcherof Henderson Wm Haynesof Hlllsborough Dr Chris Paris Anderson Louis Herndon Sam Denny Lancaster Evans of Germantown Ed Walker The fair young bride is a woman with innumerable fine traits of character and with a which is noted for its hovel ness The happy young couple will have a lovely new home in Hillsboro Ohio The presents were very and beautiful Preceeding the arrival of the party Rogers sang several lovely selections Mrs Rogers who is a graduate of the Conservatory Music posesses a remarkably fine voice and her soft notes linger in the ear of the listener a sweet intimation of an angels harp practice The accompaniments and wedding marches were played by Miss Grace Kinnaird Mr and Mrs D M Lackey celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wed ding Thursday evening at their home on Danville avenue in handsome style The bride and groom stood beneath a bell of white lilies and ferns The bride was attired in an elegant gown of white silk and carried a bouquet of brideroses Mr Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City and Miss Jennie Lackey received the guests The house was lavishly decorated with yellow flowers and exquisite palms The appointed table was graced with gold candelabras and yellow flowers tied with yellow satin ribbon Each guest received a dainty and souvenir They were the recipi ents of many handsome presents and graciously extended most generous hospitality A very delicious was served and compliments it were quite in order Sincere congratulations and wellwishes were tendered and the occasion proved a most enjoyable one About seventy five guests were present The guests from out of the city were Miss thIS everything Kenton Know- Ing handsomely carried Ink picture Pt Leavel disposition numerous MrsJuliet Cincinnati J handsomely appropriate menu Concerning wedding Hari Beta y I Craig John J Craig Miss Bertha Hin ton of Paris Mrs Elizabeth Cecil Mrs W S Price Mr R G Price and wife of Danville Miss Julia Embry of Shelbyvilie Ills Mrs L R Henderson Mrs Sallie McCormack of Paint Lick Miller Miss Mary James Caper ton Marra Smith Clyde Todd Mrs Katharine Phelps Caperton of W MXSoodloe Miss Lucy Miller Mrs Charles Stephens of Paris Mrs Eugenia Burnam Mrs Harvey Che nault and T S Burnam of Richmond Richmond Pantagraph Miss Alice Walker stoppers with friends in this city Saturday while returning from Nicholasvllle to her home in Lancaster Somerset Journal Miss Sallie Elk in of Lancaster is visiting Miss Ora Enoch and other friends here She is an artist of high reputation Some work is on at Porters Drug Store and is greatly admired Danville i s s Julia Mae Gaines has returned from London where she has had a deligetf ul visit B Robinson and daughter Miss Mattie Mae of Lancaster were in Dan ville yesterday Mrs Hemphill and daughter Miss Lancaster were in Danville Saturday with rela lives Mrs Fred Frisbieselegant new home was the scene of a delightful affair on Tuesday afternoon when she the B B club Every apart ment is furnished beautifully and was tastily decorated for the occasion The color scheme of heliotrope and white was also carried out in the delightful refreshments Much fun was had in guessing in the literary romance con test Mrs W S Beazley captured the prize a handsome book Mrs Frisbies unusual gifts as ahostess draws around her ever a charmed circle The affair was very gay and a delightful after noon enjoyed Beautiful Selection We have just returned from tbecit ies with the loveliest and bestselected stock of Fall and Winter milinery ever opened in Lancaster They right and bought right and we can please you in both style and price Noel Sisters Osteopathy In Lancaster One word in explanation of 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 de sire 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 tt Special Opening As New York City is the maker and leader in style I will ask you to call place on Sept 17th at which time KahnFeinberg Co of New York City will have on display an elegant line of Woolens suitable for uptodate Mer chant Tailoring Rememter the date andbe sure to come and post yourself on the style whether you buy or not 911tf Hemphill See the new oxfoias cloths for waist at The Logan Drjr Goods Co 2t Residence For Sale I offer for sale my residence in Lancaster on south side of street lot running back 490 feet to the If and N R 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 a bargin on terms to suit See R G Ward or address 407 Fatherland St Nashville Tenn 94tf J H Patterson For Sale Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barley H A B Marksbury Son You should see bur cheap counter for pencils and writing The Logall Dry Goods Co 2t House and 26 acres grass Possession given at once For information phone 5 J T Palmer 9ll4t BUplayej Woolen From Sept 7th to 12th inclusive I will have on display at once one of the largest assortments of Suit and Pant patterns ever s h aw n at this place and I ask you to be sure to call and see this selection and have your measure taken for a PERFECT fit 911tf JCHempbill f M Richmond exhibition NewsM Mrs T Theo of entertained were selected Osteopathy J C situated Richmond purchaser meat tabl materials For Best my M other a- my t w is I For Representative We are authorised to announce John O Bogle candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Representative of Garrard county S D COCIIRAN a candidate for Reprcsenative of Garrard county in the next General Assembly subject to the action of the Democratic party at primary to Sept 26tn Your support is re spectfully solicited The Logan Dry Goods Co are handsome and Winter Dress Goods 2t Seed Bye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Remember Fox the 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 S 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 are upto date and prices reasonable The Logan Dry Goods 2t Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky Every thing new and in splendid repair For see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf Alex Miller has splendid closed carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrive into the country or make calls rates are very reasonable horses first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley at Bartons old stand carry an of coal on hand They handle nothing but the their prices are correct up Nb and set what they do for you iu10tf You owe it to your family have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work ii splendid a24 tt 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 Hatcher t f We are prepared to do paper and painting in the best style and at most reasonable prices See us be fore placing your order Fine line of samples on hand McMillin Bros m58tf 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 Liberal reward for return to Jas I Hamilton Lancaster Ky 2t coal 3 When you want to get your eys worth go to J T Williams and buy genuine Jellico Coal the nessee that runs J cannel and best that comes to Lancaster I octl JT Williams Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson Eor Sale or Rent A valuable planing mill and coal plant Gallon VSLeavel a28tf MEDICAL DISCOVERY 1 FOR THE 5f BLOODLIVERLUNGS IT asa line I photographer- is I shoes Co III Immens tock I d g 5 wll t Danville mon EastTen a 28tf j DRPIERUS GOLDEN beheld receiving all boo tore S eta hanging tn best wheat raised in 19O3 1 9O4 using Fer tilizer bought of I prizes for C iT H INK IT i 5 It i Morse 75i inC J- L K P POSTLI OF Are your Horses Tired Has yourWheat been Poor Buy a Wheat Mil and aJLittle Fertilizer of P Q5 T L EAND SEE THE K F K F f Fc m0t Postle n CHANGE Jt J i Post1c Ve sliiidder at the word starvation It calls up in our minds a picture of some gaunt famished man who a land of plenty perishes for lack of a crust Such cases are rare The case of starvation is that of man or woman who eats but is not whose flesh wastes in spite of plenty of wholesome food Loss of flesh is one of the sur indications of serious disease It means a gradual starvation not from lack of food but because the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition being diseased cannot di gest and assimilate the food received Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enables the perfect digestion and of food so that lost flesh is restored and lost strength is regained I was weak nervous and dizzy with a faint sensation when walking Mr Jesse Childress of Samuel Co Tenn Could not walk any distance always felt bad after eating always uneasiness stomach Was taken 1898 Doctored with two or three physicians they did not relieve me any I worse every thing I could think of was nearly ready to and then some one me that medicine was so I began taking his Golden Medical Discovery I have taken seven bottles of that now and am as stout as ever and enjoying health as much as ever before case was nervous dyspepsia and liver disease of which your me In September was about now it is one hundred and ninetyfiveDr Pellets should be used with Golden Medical Discovery when ever the need of a laxative is indicated 1JiiRVA 7retJJM nourished assimilation It It ood II IYItfif M UI rel4mM commoner Pierces iy I And is he married yet No a mighty good thing it is for his wife Ally Sloper Throughout the world as on the stager We hind It Is the case The biggest kickers are the ones Who get the highest place Y Herald The Income Paradox Beryl Do the Srnythes live within their income Sibyl They dont live within it yet they couldnt live without it Balti more Herald A Fair Avern Visitor Lady Evelyn tells me Danl that you have had four wives Daniel proudly Ess zur I ave an whats more two of em was good uns London Punch Rubbing It In you ever notice that a loud talker is usually an ignorant person Husband Well you neednt loud Im not Daily News anything 1 kin do ter win yer You might try de absent treatment once Willie Chicago American bedadand Iatd ItT lIeJJbt N WifeDid talksdeafChicago IUnchrlatlan Science 1 Aint love r If your Druggist have not got DK Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing thisN Exonerated When the urgent call was received at the doctors oflice he was out attend ing another patient and consequently did not reach the house until two hovrs rd As he entered he met the undertaker coining out Ah he with a look of deep chagrn This is bad I am then too late Dont blame yourself said the composedly it is not your favilt You were not here X Y ncr ald Only One of the Kind Those European kings seem to have a lot of trouble with their ministers SureTheyre constantly making changes in their cabinets NaturallyWhy Because if all the ministers should be in harmony some day theyd disco er that they didnt need a king at all Brooklyn Eagle Expensive the matter old chap You look all cut up lieginald My sister is going to a duke Clarence Thats nothing to feel downhearted over you ought to be proud Iteginald Yes but I cant afford to be proud Its going to cost the such a lot of money that Ill have to go to work Judge Ilia Only Excuse Your honor testily cried counsel for the plaintiff I protest this case should go on the defense has secured marry postponements and its learned counsel is never ready because he is afraid Ive got a good excuse interrupted the learned counsel for the defense- I deny it Ignorance of the law no one Philadelphia Press The Popular Thing to Say The sermon was exceptionally long and the minister had just reached the subjectAnd he what shall I say more Amen suggested the thoughtless man who had just waked up Chicago Post OntlmUt Do you think that the world is very wickedI do not answered Miss Cayenne No on is surprised at any ones It is the normal state of affairs It is only when people do wrong that any astonishment is pro fessed Washington Star lie Had Have you ever written anything said his cynical friend to make the world happier or better Rather quoth the insurance agent who sometimes dabbled in verse Ihave written 400000 worth of life within the last year Chi cago Tribune Where the Trouble Come In He I hope you didnt believe what they said about me He But the trouble is you women generally believe the wrong half Brooklyn Life I kin sot down man advice by de hour an feel as as an old hen about it but de minit my feller man begins to advise me I get all upsot ober it an wonder what de idiot am talkin Free Press He ate of all the patent Nor asked a single question And drank the patent medicine i I To cure his Indigestion L Washington Star JRf Ij exclaimed undertaker rally ClarenceWhats excuses exclaimed An being good insurance believe Uuele Reuben all gib my complacent boutDetroit Convenient l after ma- ry o- man Says foods r POTTS BRaSFEED STORE and EXCHANGE 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 ave PHONE 100 L- LfUUUUL JCftB t4 Q t t a 1 1 o 00 jUJUUU JtJUJUUtJUUUUUUi iX 3 I I I I I I I I I I I llS I I I I I I I I I IS I I I I I CI I I I I CI I I I I I I I I I I I CI g l JI J lt 1 t tlJr D tr i i FLOUR ENy r I ei i r i- ti d AN TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY f Issued by State Committee on CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Con tention of the State of Kentucky held in the city of Louisville on the 2d 3d and 4th days of June 1903 the were appointed a committee for the purpose of bringing the amend ment to the constitution of the state which Is to be voted upon at the No Tember election this year to the at tention of voters of all parties In the state and obtain for it the necessary number of votes to secure Its adoption The amendment Is purelya measure vitally affecting the In terests of all citizens of the state no matter what their party affiliations or occupations may be or where their places of residence are situated The beneficial effects which will the adoption of the amendment are so vast that they can hardly be estimated The evil that will result If by any chance the amendment should fail of adoption will be in the extreme to the best of the state The adoption of the amendment will not change in the least the present of taxation in Kentucky for state and county purposes as It applies only to taxes levied by cities and towns for their own local purposes The manfacturers merchants and financial institutions in the cities and towns of our state are now tremen dously handicapped in competing with those in other states by the provision of our state constitution which the same ad valorem taxes to be levied on all personal property by cities and towns for their local purposes as Is levied by them on real estate within their boundaries This provision does not exist In states In which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial institutions are located so that our people in these lines of busl ness are at a great disadvantage in competing with those of other states and the result Is that our existing do not grow as they ghoul new industries are not established in our state In as large number and as in other states which do not possess anything like our natural advantages but In which taxation is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as in Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after its will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher interest rates when we money than we would have to pay if money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the adoption of this amend ment of the constitution will not affect you If you want existing factories in our towns and cities to grow BO as to give employment to more men if you want new industries to be established still more men if you want more consumers for your farm and more buyers at your if you want lower interest rates when you borrow money if you want to lessen your state and county taxes in a word if you want as much throughout the length and breadth of our grand old common wealth as prevails In other states then vote for the amendment and get yoiu neighbors to vote for it Every existing factory enlarged every new factory brought into through this amendment to out constitution means Lower State and County Taxes for all the property thus brought in will go to swell the assessments for state and county purposes which will enable the rate to be reduced Let the amendment be adopted by tn overwhelming vote in its favor STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITU T1ONAL AMENDMENT B S SAVAOE Chairman Ashland SKO 0 THOMPSON Paducah W 0 NONa Louisville v B N LKONABD Eddrville- I Jo L IUNDIS Hopldnsvllla WILBUR F BBOWDKB Russolvllle Wic A ROBINSON Louisville 1 M KJJOTT Lebanon ALTAH L T r Louisville v BICH P EBNST Covington HKNBY T DUNCAN Lsxlngtom O L SEABCT Waoo 1 HENKT L STONE Loulavllla OAKUTT 8 WALL Mar vffle JL It PKJUMT Winchester IT L BBOW London V N OtAsiE SaontarrLonlsvfll Fine Farm for Sale is authorized to adver tise of the best farms in Buckeye for sale The place contains 100 acres of the best producing land in the log barn outhouses and Rood fence Lies about half mile from Poor pike Here bargain for those wanting to invest in land that is strictly A No 1 a21tt Best milk In county VT JHatcher V it4 I j SiI vr IIfo ADD 1ESS lW 1 I under- sIgned nonpartisan follow disastrous interests system requires other Industries Importance adoption borrow beneficially em- ployIng products counters prosperity I and Kentucky I i I county abundance of water good Ridge isa Far Sate I r The Record one dwe sow the 4 i S I P ltu liurly welt known throughout Mercer and Suiriner W Va most lilkey owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor lIe was utmost hopelessly afflicted with dial rlioea was attended by two physicians who gave him little if any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious con dition him a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured him in less than twentyfour hours For sale by all druggists 1m We are only good when we are good for something Stomach Trouble I have been troubled with mystom 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 your stomach try a box or these Tablets You are certain to be pleased with the result Price 25 cants For sale by all druggists 1m You cant be crooked with men and square with God A Ncv Jersey EilltortiM Testimonial M T Lynch Editor of the Philips burg N J Daily Post writes I have used many kinds of medicines for coughs and colds in my family but anything so good as Foleys Honey and Tar I cannot say too much in 1m The religion that is laid on the shelf soon gets mouldy A Wild Ride for Life With famly around expecting hiJi to die and ason riding 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W II Brown of Leesvilie Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but tins and soon cured him lie writes I now every night Like mar veious cures of Consumption Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles bottles 50c and 1 00 Trial hot ties free at McRoberts drug store 1m A man rarely feels that he has been given all to which he is entitled A Purgative Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts 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 ofTects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved W II Howell of Houston Tex says No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by 1m Women are inclined to share fortune with a man more cherfully then with a woman Used For Pneumonia Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mich says I hayed used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of with good results in every case Kefuse substitutes CCJEStormes 1m Men usually reach out for more than they can manage A Womans Complexion It Is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness pf the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the doctors The only safe and that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping the liver 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 billiousness and Indues 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 Feb 04 Some woman show off best when en gaged in a banter with men Distress After Eating Cured Judge Holland La who is well and favorably known says Two years ago I suffered 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 me entire ly Now my sleep Is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by FPFris bie 1m The man of the times is not always the most worthy the title Life Saved by Chamberlain Cfaollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Byer a well known cooper of town says he believes Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy his life last summer He bad been sick for a month with what the doctors call bilious dysentry and could get nothing todo him any good until he remedy It him 1m mediate relief BT mer chant Md For sale druggists 4 r Jlrton counties t with c never praise C C J E Stormes I Iso for life wonderful medicine gave instant relief sleep soundly Pneumonia Guaranteed U F P Frisbee good pneumonia beauty enriching nervousness pronounced i W T of lasting itcured a tall 5tL t IOtvoS hlx YdtLiborr- I iuducs fir r otIt s sway Greenbu His s Chamberlain saved triedthis saps Little Hancock i f ore rg S gi is s a LOWELL Bertrund fcipratt is very low witli dysentery Drs Acton of your tou and Mays of this place are waiting him Tlie little girl of Mrs Adams is sick of feve Her husband died a few weeks ago Wm Henderson Is improving having been sick for some time Mr John Harilwick and wife arrived here Sunday from Hamilton Ohio and will visit his parents Mrs A McKinncy of Richmond is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W Brown R D Campbell and sister were the Mr and Mrs Ralston and Sunday Catch a woman in a queer and she will proceed to justify her course without a blush It is hard to tell how honest a man may be from his conversation It pays to be fair and square you have a conscience or not There a lot of satisfaction In gazing at the rugged features of an honest man in the looking glass each morning you rise A whole lot of money will not recompense one for the loss of his and consequent self respect The shifty two faced tricky sneaky un reliable man may make some sharp trades in some coin by his dishonest games but in the long run he will get the worst of it lie will some time be estimated at his true worth and passed by as not wanted the same as a bogus or a counterfeit bill Syrup We want to impress on our readers that Boschees German Syrup is pos tively the only preparation on the market today that does relieve and cure consumption It contains the 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 Theconsumptive 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 druggistsFeb 01 Indifference is the devils favorite drug The Genuine Y Counterfeits The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly or more thoroughly appreciated thin 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 numerousother remedies without benefit one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding itching and protrud ing pilesno remedy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by F P Fris bie 1m A life line is better than a speaking trumpet Feet Swollen to Size I had 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 confine 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 J E Stormes 1m PUBLIC SALE Having determined to move to California I will on Thursday October r 1903 on the about 3 miles north of Inncns ter nenr the Lexington sell to the high est and best bidder my household and kltch en furniture and send of horses 2 milk cows head of heifers 2yeur 2o sheen lot of shouts 1 new bug gyand harness 1 sprint wagon about 15 stiuuls of bees etc at sumo time sell nay farm of 120 Acres of Land Well Watered and In a high state of meats on same consisting of dwelling house 6 rooms ajstories high new cistern also abort dance of water on farm Good burn and all ne cessary outbulldlngs TERMS Said farm will be sold for J cash balance in one and two equal payments bearing G per cent interest from a on the land to secure payment On property Ul sums under locash over 10 on of month bearing six per cent Interest with approved security LT IHILLirSAgt Am Bourne Auctioneer Sale and Rental I will sell at public auction on the premises at Camp Dick Uobinsou Garrard county on Thursday Sept 24 1903 AT 10 O CLOCK A M the following personal property One pair maremnles2 work horses 2 driving horses 2 standardbred yearlings 2 milk cows C sows with so 1 Hue English Berkshire boar Icorn shredder 1 large Jiglit ning Hay 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 corn planter cultivators 3 sets wagon har ness 2 wagons as new 1 rubber tire carriage with shafts double and sin gle harness 1 baggy and harness G sets plow gear 2 drills 1 fertilizer one ten drill I set blacksmiths tools one set tools one and entire household and kitchen furniture also five or six dozen thoroughbred white Wymouthrock chickens a brakes At same time and place unless previously rented I will Rent Farm of 216 Acres Of ati fertile land in Garrard in an ele cultivation and containing some of the best and tobacco land in the state This farm 1 finely fenced and well Improved has on It a 1 dwell Ing of 9 rooms Nannie W Owens ID ENGLISH Auctioneer J l r very of Saturday transaction character German UI If realized flu mCOlllle ki luey C C I sc e I tlr tclass stablcs d rf 2 i ii rj g a t nit ests n whether and gather 8 iold2 calves harness car connt lint state of end abundance of fresh water hrs sa e r Our of Monumentsan- dsuperior facilities for producing them at low prices give unusual advan tages to all buyers Consult us Our experience of half a century in the bus iness is worth something to you None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON LEXINGTON KY My accounts are now I and City bills must be set o tied Dont wait to settle X but come at once they I 1 must be paid t D T1LLET I I S SS S S S txe3s Lewis Y President J S ROIIINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED I883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WAIKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavcll J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I The National Bank os 0 OF LANCASTER KY 0 V 0 0S CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 100000 0S 0 A DEXXY President JOIN E STORMES Vice PrestK I S C JENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper 1 DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson I Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 3 S S O O S O S O C to6k SALLIE u W11 M W A LEAVJrL i 0000000000000 IJ93 0 o 0o 2 0 00000 0 000d duet f SrvJCQOC OvraJO y 00OCO OOOOO JO OCOJOs JAOOpOdQ A 9 9 0 KODOL digests what you eat purifies strengthens the stomach KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles the action of the gas and gives tone to the digestive organs KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL Is the wonderful remedy that la making so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2tf times the trW size which sells for SOc tntuti inlj ij E C DeWITT 4 CO CHICAGO Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr New Discovery IOXS1TMPTIOX A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free are the most all KIDNEY CURE Is rULtl or money refunded Contains recognized by as for Kidney and madder troubles PRICE SOc ud 100 r J KODOLcleanses KODOLaccelerates contained Price gf i lend kIDNEY DISEASES fatalof diseases Rsisd t i i r For Sic 5100 i- 6uaraststd ems seat FARM Tools etc for Sale I have decided to unit business and go South mid will offer for sale my form of 17 acres slit ated 2 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike and known na the Joe Turner farm 1lneo has two houses 1 good six room house and 10 acres of the best orchard in the state Good fences Onus half of laud in timothy balance in hemp aud tarn Crops will show quality ot loud Sngai Creek runs through tine place on one stile and affords plenty of stock water Is ns Lardy a little place as one could want in good neighborhood and cin be placed in school district if desired Desire to atcly I oleo have good lot of farming tools wagons plowsdrills cultivators harness etc in filet anything needed on a farm Will also glee some one n bargain in a good paying liv cry business Hoes about JOO business per month out only has n out 1JOO In vested I mean to sell and some i an can money by seeing me at once Can give possession of suMo at once and farm by Jan 1st 1904 Terms to suit purchaser Call on or address V II Ward laiiciust r Ky SNMt Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glqta North British MerchaHtilc Aetna LiMus Bar Graded sell prh u make KINNAIRDINSURANCE GOIDDanies ICu 4 H1 e reset la 0 O ill i Cog or MfrM