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THE CENTRAL RECORDfOUKTEESin YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1903 NUJIIIU 3 0f Local Interest T S Tinsley will preach at Hubble on Monday night the 21st The Stanford Christian church will begin a revival Sept 28th Eld F M Tinder will preach at Christian church next Sunday morn ing at regular hours for worship If you cant root for your town and every enterprise in it move out You are a drawback and a nuisince of the worst type Two candidates will be passed toth degree of Fellow Craft at the Masonic Lodge next Tuesday night Lodge opens at 7 oclock Enough money has been let out of Lancaster within the last six months to build a hotel forty stories high Its none of our business Oh yes it is Its Lancaster money and ovary citi zen is interested See The champion gardener Mr Charley Grimes has The Records thanks for a basket of the largest and finest of the season He is acknowl edged to be the boss gardener as no one can touch him in quality and quantity of vegetables raised Pretty Millinery Danville Advocate Miss Minnie Eastham returned from New York yesterday She was accompanied by Miss Nancy Warren who will have charge of the trimming department of her establishment this season Miss Warren is well remembered in the city and this is her third season with Miss Eastham Capt 1 11111 Sells Farm Capt Ike M Dunn has sold his splen did farm in lower Garrard to Ilauan The place contains 280 acres and the pirce was C5 per acre Capt Dunn tells The Record he will locate in Kansas City There is no better citizen or blugcrheartcd man in Gar rard than Ike Dunn and everybody regrets his decision to leave us The Meaucftt Of Hie II There are many mean people In the world but we believe the meanest is the fellow who will borrow his neigh bors paper to stingy too buy one and then comment on the contents there of If you are a subscriber to any pa per you have a right to criticise its merits or demerits but if you are one that was paid for by another persons money dont be so narrow as to comment on it It dont worry the editor in the least what such cattle say but if this copy is being paid for by another dont let anyone hear you say anything about it as you will be immediately spotted as too short too stingy and too contemptible to take up space in the world 1 potatoes Perry Prize 1otatoe reading rl pk 1 WE y THE I FOR THE WIDE WORLD PLANT WIDE SEED SEE THE IMPROVED Plain and Fertenzer HaseWen SUPERIOR l JR r t A 7 DRILLS a t w L Congressman Vincent Boreing died at London Wednesday after a brief illness of pneumonia Sol Spratt a wellknown citizen of Garrard committed suicide yesterday near Preachersville by j himself We were not able to get full patlculars Mr Ed Thurmond and Miss Georgia Petty of this city drove to Stanford and were married Wednesday They will make their home in Anderson Ind Both are popular young people whose host of friends wish them a happy voyage through life The Water Work The iron pipes have arrived and are scattered all over town Work on the dam is progressing nicely A large steam engine arrived last week and is hitched to the immense plows which the dirt rapidly If you have not been there drive out some after noon and see the beautiful location They are OK The democratic county committee met on last Friday selected election officers gave the Record a job to print the ballots for the primary election Sept 20 tapped the drum and two started in the race for the nomination for representative of Garrard county The entries are S D Cochran and J O Bogie Is Superstitious Now Editor Walton of the Stanford Journal started on a trip South com mencing the journey on Friday He ought to have known better and his interesting account of his misfortunes lead one to believe he will never do such a thing again Start any other day Fd and when the jorney is taken up dont underany consideration turn back as that will bring worse luck Doctors Form Partnership Dr J S Gilbert of Shelby county a practicing physician of seven years standing has formed a partnership with Dr Burnett for the practice of medicine and is now to be found over II T Logans store Dr Gilbert could come with no better recommendation than that he is cousin of Hon George G Gilbert our present Congressman Accommodating Gentleman If all the people connected with railroads and in other walks of life too were as polite and accommodating as Capt Grove of the K C the world would move along much easier and everybody be happier He is never so happy as when doing a good turn for his passengers and by this has made his trains among the most popular on the system When it is just as easy to be polite and accommodating we cannot see why more people are not that way unless it is because so many are naturally as mean as the devil Tip Bruce Dead A P Bruce one of the most and widelyknown horsemen in the State died at his home in Danville Sunday morning after a short illness of apoplexy He was sixtythree years of age Deceased was a member of Morgans famous command during the Civil War and served with distinction while with that famous General He is survived by a wife and five brothers R D Bruce the Hon J Len Bruce and the Rev J M Bruce all of Boyle coun ty He was a clever man and had many friends in Garrard Thank from W C T IT The ladies of the W C T U at their recent reception to Mr Louis Landram for kindly notices in The Record and for the uther use of and other literature which he daily contributes and to Mr A H Bas tin for placing in their rooms free of expense a long distance telephone They also wish to call the attention of the public to this latter fact and to remind them that while being com pelled to wait on telephone messages they can have a pleasant resting place and plenty of reading matter at the W C T U Rest Rooms Marrled la Jelllco The following from the Danville Advocate tells of the marriage of one of Lancasters most beautiful and young ladies Mr Joseph El der of this city and Miss Elsie of Lancaster surprised their friends Wednesday by eloping to Jellico where they were married last evening Mi Elder is the son of Mr L C Elder who lives about a mile from Danville on the Hustonville pike He is at Ares ent bookkeeper for Thurmond Helm the coal merchants of this city His bride is the daughter of Thomas of Lancaster and is wellknown and popular The young conple will return to Danville tomorrow to reside McKinley Memorial Services The second annual observance of the Memorial of death of President Mc Kinley was observed by union service at the Memorial Methodist church of pastors and congregations uniting in the service Brelf given by Dr Pearce and Rev F H Tipsier on lessons from the life and death of the President were received with most thoughtful interest by the large audience The hymns used were the favorite of the lamented Prey Lead Kindly Light and Nearer To Thee The services were impressive and helpful in the spirit in which the large audience joined In them I I An prom- Inent desireE attractive addresses tt shooting remove appreciation newspapers Palmer Palmer Lancaster dent 1 5 I J Mr Barnes Dead Information was received at Stan ford Wednesday of the death of Mrs George 0 Barnes at her home on the island below Florida The death was very sudden and no particulars were receives Excursion Sunday Another of the 150 excursions will be run to Cincinnati next Sunday All the decoartions used by the Fall Fes tival celebrations will be up and pre sent an unusually attractive appear ance These excursions are very a better class of people now them and very seldom a aboard to annoy passengers The conductors now fire all such cattle or give them such a hot reception that they dont travel on the trains Take in the trip Sunday only for the round trip Tram leaves Lancaster at a m returning leave Cincinnati at 730 p m e la A Hurry OSInce Mr Fox the photographer has been making his regular Friday trips to Lancaster his gallery is filled every time he comes and he is getting most all he can do Did you ever think that in case you should die your peo pIe would want a photograph of you They want it while you are alive too If you have no one who would like to have a picture of you you had better lie right down and die now for you are nothing to the world or anyone in it So have a photo made and that too while you can get the services of a firstclass workman Cold weather will soon be here and it will not be so con venient to come Remember the say Friday All the pictures we have been putting in The Record were made by Mr Fox and they go to show what good work Many Thanks Sam Editor Sam Menefee of the Dan vllle Advocates does the writer the highlyappreciated honor of print ing our photograph in his excellent and speaking of The Record as one of the best country papers in the state and adding Mr Landram is now First Vice President of the Press Association an chiefly to his excellent management and untir energy may be justly attributed much of the pleasure enjoyed by who made the recent trip with that body and he will undoubtedly succeed to the honor of President at its next meeting To his tireless ef forts through his paper and otherwise may be given much of the credit of the establishment of a waterworks plant at his native town of Lancaster for which he has worked unceasingly his only remuneration being the bene fit to be derived by the community at large Record Wing Prize A few weeks ago the Cincinnati Post offered several prizes for the best editorial on the subject Why should the reader visit the Fall Festival Notices were sent to every newspaper in seven states viz Ohio Indiana Kentucky West Virginia Virginia Tennessee and Alabama The officers secured the services of Hon Murat Halstead the widelyknown author and journalist to award the prizes and he gave first 50 to the Daily Tribune Alexandria Ind the second 25 to Marion Dally Star Marion Ind the third 15 to Hop kinsville Messenger and the fourth 10 to the Central Record Lancaster Ky He also made favorable mention of many papers in of the other states eligible in the contest saying he considered many more entitled to notice but hadnt the space to give them justice The fact that our humble scribbling was even noticed by so great a writer and prom man as Mr Halstead makes us ability and learning it gives us hope that by hard work we may possibly in course of a few years get up stuff to suit the far more birlllant able and learned Lancaster streetloafer and oth er local criticising Slomons A Wonderful A certain speckled hen of medium size and nondescript stock whose is Mr Jack Hiatt of Hyattsville is certainly a wonder when it comes to laying eggs She is not a freak in any sense Although of ordinary her manner is decided ly aggressive and it is probably for this reason that Mr Hyatt nearly al ways speaks of her as the feathered amazon Her chief claim to unusual distinction however lies in the fact that every egg she lays Is ble size and weight and invariably contains three yelks An egg she the other day weighed exactly 4J Unfortunately such eggs cannot be hatched If this were pos sibly or if they could be sold by weight In the local market this hen would be as valuable to her owner as any other three hens i n his possession As it la Mr Hyatt very wisely uses on his table these huge meaty eggs and sends to market the ordinary sort pro duced by the plebeians of his flock With the exception of one or two brief periods during she showed an Inclination to brood oviparous marvel has been laying for more than a year but in no has she yeti produced an that has not shown well developed yelks Mr Hyatt whose reputation for truth admits of no this item and is corroberated in tbe statment by a number of his neighbors who are familiar wltb popular patronize 150 Is encouraging owner sometimes of remarka for lrcUtaDCeL I f J i r- I i drunks paper Kentucky lg everyone Festival the Hen appearance released ounces which this instance egg three the a Mr TVolford Will Leave Rev J E Wolford a meeting at Allensvllle Clark county in which he had twenty additions to the church He left yesterday to begin a meeting at Brodhead There will be no at the local church Sunday as the gentleman named to preah will not be here and Mr Wolford will be at Brod head Mr Wolfords pastorate of the church will first of next month He has been here for three years dur ing which time he has done most work is the Lords vineyard The Record cordially invites its to call and look at our books We have not only a large number but the very best in the county Our subscribers are the class of people who pay for what they get and thats the kind the want Why dont you increase your was asked us the other day Simply because we have the cream of the county for readers and we dont a gang on our lists to whom we are compelled to send a collector three or four times a year The paper is cheap at a dollar a year and we cannot afford to hire a man to go after that which the subscriber is honorbound to bring to us As stated above we have with six or eight exceptions a list of subscribers that cannot be equaled anywhere in quality that is they are people who have money to pay for what they get and do so Our books are open to any one interested We can show a clean list of fifteenhundred bona fide and as the average is three readers to every paper sent out you see that is pretty good audience so when it is all local We send papers to every state in the Union but they are not included in the list we have for the advertiser Come up and let us prove this assertion Death of a Good Nan The many friends of John B Brewer were distressed to hear of his death which occurred at his home in Ky Thursday Mr Brewer has been in failing health for some time and when here on his last trip as a traveling man showed plainly the disease was making on him For number of years he was engaged merchant in Lancaster being of the firm of Logan Brewer When this firm dissolved partnership he to his former vocation that of for a clothing house and to make Lancaster on his regular trips Lancaster never had a more popular business man or a more citizen He was always for improvements and gave liberally of his means toward every movement for betterment of the town He leaves a widow and several children who have the deepest sympathy of their Lan caster friends Police Court Mr R L Davidson acted as special judge and fined a sable dame 50 and 10 days in jail for having beer in her possession for the purpose of selling Sunday School Picnic The Sunday Schools of the Christian churches of Lancaster and Hubble will have a picnic at the woodland of Mr Will R Cook on the old Danville pike next Saturday Those concerned will notice the change from the river Mrs Nation Coming We were told yesterday that Mrs Carrie Nation who now has a reputation for smashing saloons and doing other work for the cause would visit her brother Mr Tom Moore in this county in The Record was requested to say she would deliver a lecture at the Court House while here As there are no saloons in Lancaster we trust she will take a fire at the blind tigers Plenty to Eat Imagine a procession of ten cattle marching two by two in a line fifteen miles long let twenty thousand sheep follow them bleating along twelve miles of road after them drive sixteen miles of hogs twenty seven thousand strong then let thirty thousand bring up the rear cluck ing and quacking and gobbling over a a space of six miles and in this whole caravan stretching for nearly fifty miles and requiring two days to pass a given point you will see the animals devoted to death in the packing house of one company at Chicago in a single day Attend Ctmrch Admitting there is no God no no hell no fire and brimstone con ceding there is no devil and that is a dependent of the flower onceblown dies it cannot be denied church services develop best that there is in man says an ex change Church attendance suggest cleanliness In mind and body getting away from ones self and to a degree of directing the mind into channels of brotherly kindness and charity We have wondered why brightyoung men can loaf about shops and street all day Sunday while there are so many empty seats in the churches Admitting that church worship tea species of idolatry that the services is a mummery it cannot be denied that church Influence is on the side of mor ality and correct living Were it not for the women there would few church es Were the social standard recog niaed by men alone allowed to prevail world would be Ja pit of tell in a week closed ceaSe Come See advertisers subscription people list possible subscribers especially Lebanon inroads traveling continued 4 same 4 4 4 j j fowls man apethe often preaching excellent merchants want I as- a returned enterprising worldwide temperance October thousand heaven never that corners the burled a t c Aa Open Door to Ruin We would be very glad to Impress our brothers of the country press with very great dangers that lie in walt for the multitude of young girls that are flocking to our cities especially St Louis and notably at this time The country press is a tremenduous power for good and if they would keep this matterbefore their readers constantly warning all as to the open door to ruin many might be saved who else were lost The gateway to St Louis our great Union Depot is beset by a thous and snares for unwary feet Any young girl who comes through the gates into the midway is at once spot ted and if it be possible the snare will be so spread in her path that she escape No girl should come here unless absolutely certain as to her course The many tempting adver tisements are often more baits for and innocence And if she comes to the city ready to enter the first carriage whose driver proposes to take her to a good boarding house or to accept the first situation offered where no experience is required she may as well bid adieu to innocence and hope when she leaves home And matter of course the young man is almost equally exposed so far as moral or even physical safety Is concerned f the country papers will keep these things before their readers they will serve God and humanity St Louis Christian Advocate cannot ignorance as- a J FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming A BEAZLEY I COJR We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law y 0 Life insurance policies bought X T for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 0 0 E The Logan Dry Goods Co STORE NEWS United States Building In Soap A fac simile 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 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 10 cents 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 For 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 f h1lf1IfjJ U W W r 9 r 9 l I ofexcellence f I lIiu u A rw rww School Boys Sit Down Hard andHften 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 SCHOOL 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 been our privilege to buy or sell Try a pair of the best school shoes on the market the Onefriee dottier To Logan whywe Wn han for SchoolBoys exception ft I uc c ofsuitsMaaeSpecial ever v I aid Fvrniher x s FY i t- yr AND HARNESScheap ROMANS 9111151 111 rn OI lJrIIraJfiII ffiJrrt1 Ifj iJ 11 6 if IDJ Ej I BUGGIES l19 J Ie o ELMORfi CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kya Mall Waiter Lancaster Ky September 18 1903 It may be all right for the city pa pers to make light of vie Reubes for publishing the fact that Farmer hen laid twenty eggs or Hiram Oatcake bought a hog but well be goshderned if we can enjoy the whole pages the city boys are printing show 1 n g certain citizens in everyday walks of life For instance a quar terpage showing Bakemaster Poster strolls along another showing how Col Smengle ties his horse Hon Theodore Smarris goes to his bank Gen Cass Johnelman takes a chew of tobacco etc Our little items such as Polviny Jones is lingering in our midst are not so bad after all Mr R W Miller owner of the Rich mond Register has been nominated by the democrats of Madison county as a candidate for Representative If each county would select as well equipped gentlemen as is Mr Miller the next general assembly would prove of some benefit to the state instead of becoming the laughing stock of the entire community as have recent Mr Miller is a hightoned gen tleman with a heart as big as a feed basket and our hope is that he will come under the wire a safe winner President T Roosevelt gets off some pretty good things In his Labor day speech he scored the selfish richman and the unreasonable poor man all men to be liberal mind ed and to act with the thought of the common good ever in mind It was in deed asaneand timely talk coming as it does at a time when industrial con troversies threaten to injure prospects for a continuation of a prosperity the like of which no country has ever seen beforeAn woman climtu 10 the top of Sorato mountain 20000 feet high THat was adventure An American engineer completed a railroad to an American mine 17000 feet up in the Peruvian Andes in twelve months That was business Another expedition to discover the North Pole is being arranged for Thats er name it yourself An interesting discussion has again arisen on the subject of womens hats in church A longsuffering public will welcome the day when this is abated Its hard enough to keep awake through a windy sermon especially so when you can only see straight up every other view being shut out by a washingtub hat Fourteen candy factories at Chicago have closed down indefinitely The health of Young America is in improving but a scarcity will cause the urchins more pains than the usual overdoses of the stuff A Chicago woman who was wrong fully accused of theft is dying from the effects of the shock If only those die who are wrongfully accused of theft Used For Pneumonia Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mich says 1m Hayricks sessions admonishing has nuisance consequence seldom TIncaseRefusesubstltutes I Second Class I ever s PAINT LICK Miss Ella Smith is visiting in Mt Vernon Mrs Annie Adams has returned from CincinnatiMiss Arnold has returned from Richmond Mrs Belle Henderson is visiting in Indiana Mrs Mary Rice is quite sick at her daughters Mrs Guy Rice Mr Finley Davis of Livingston is with his many friends here Mr Will Dishwin of Barbourville has been the guest of Misses Callie and Salle Adams We have the best 750 10 and 12 50 suits in the county We can prove it Jennings Paint Lick Mr and Mrs Paten Adams and sister Miss Lucy of Richmond visited Miss Eliza Rucker Hume Rucker of Virginia was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs 1 C Rucker recently Our Cloaks Skirts and Furs are grand Not an old one in our house R L Jennings Paint Lick J W Hendricks has bought William Wards livery stable in your town and will move about Jan 1st Mrs Minnie Jennings has returned from the City and will have as her trimmer this season Miss Elizabeth Delaney of Cincinnati New fall dress goods arriving such asZebelines Serges Cheviots also Ox fords Madras and Mohairs for waists R L Jennings Paint Lick MARKSBDBY Mr Bud Dunn is quite sick Little Mary Clyde Hughes is quite sick at this writing James Sutton sold his farm of 51 acres to Edd Perkins for 3300 Little Richard McGrath has about recovered from hiss recent illness oIlS Speaks of Nicholasvile has been the guest of her sister Mrs Isaac Kern per Miss Mary Chesnut left last week for Georgetown where she entered schoolMessrs Bowen Fox and Clay Mock of Danville were in this community Friday Tbaddus Aldridge left Monday for Lexington where he matriculated at State College Miss Lizzie Marksbury of Marcellus spent a few days last week with Miss Jennie Swope Mr Joshua Sutton and family of Lancaster spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Rev W B Mahoney of Stanford preached at the Fork church Sunday in the absence of the pastor Rev W M Stallings who is holding a two weeks meeting at Mt Freedom Wash ington county Monday morning Bennie Dunn went out to catch his horse Near Burdett Knob he saw what at first supposed to be a buzzard but on looking again he knew from its size it must be an eagle He went home got his gun and returning shot it It was a large bald eagle and measured 7 ft from tip to tip It quite a curiosity to all itthis community For Bent Large sample room in the W C T U with elevator tab els and telephone You can always get satisfaction by going to law if you are a lawyer relatives R I waS a jraqite and Marble I We are at all prepared to offer the buying public the bent in the market inthe f line of Monuments Headstones Markers Posts Coping etc etc f- Our line of designs are latest and we consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any Earrard bounty Marble Works j STANFORD STREET I I1 e j iI I OvOOQ times yourwhere k rpyr a rG1y Ihth 3r i d f fz r r 1 BRYANTS VILLE i Dr Traylor is sick at this writing Miss Alice Dunn is in London relatives Misses Bessie and Katie Patton are in Lexington this week Miss Anna Kay Jenkins left today to enter Caldwell College Mrs Mary Bryant of Chatanooga is visiting Mrs Fannie Bryant Miss Jennie Burnside left last week to attend school at Millersburg Mrs Allie Powell of Lancaster has been visiting Mrs Houston Ballard Mrs Clay Dunn of Lancaster has been visiting her sister Mrs Ike Dunn Mrs Haselden has returned from the city with a beautiful line of Fall mil Carrie Boulden was in shopping the latter part of last Miss Emily Humphreys ville is the guest of Miss Mattie Mae Jenkins Mrs Will Pettus returned home after a delightful visit to friends in Somerset Mr Earnest Brown has gone to to accept aposition with Woolfolk There will be preaching at the church Sunday by the new Rev W D Wilburn John Boner one of our most and enterprising young men will leave this week to accept a position at Mt Sterling MissMayme Ballard will go to this week to attend the also to visit friends in on her return Mr and Mrs W J Hogan entertained a number of their friends Monday Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Silas Robinson of Missouri Mrs Mary Bryant of Chatanooga and Mrs Fannie Bryant who has been confined to her room since January from a fall which she received The other guests were from this community BOURNE i Jas Turner bought 5 hogs of W C Turner for 15 W P Nelson sold a mule colt to B F Robinson for 150 Mrs Fannie Raines sold to Jeff Dunn 4 mule colts for 200 H G Edginton bought a mule from R L Sonnet for 125 J B Bourne bought 2 bogs of G W Sherrow for 4 75 per hundred Noah Marsee bought a nice colt from John Sherrow price 29 Miss Frances Baker of Danville is with her sister Mrs Wm MeWilliams Lenard Nave and family of Rich Allan Ray and wife last week Noah Marsee and little son Willie of Lancaster spent Sunday with Thos Turner and family Fox Turner and Harrison Duncan left Sunday for Cincinnati to attend the Fall Festival Misses Lucy Marsee of Marksbury Loa Duncan and Rovesta Turner ted friends and relatives at Hyatt vllle and Sweeney last week STONE R Preston is suffering of chills Mrs Dr Ray visited Mrs J H last week Mrs Silas Mathews is very III of con sumption Mr Linn Cobb and wife were in Jes samine last week Mrs Emma Poser of McCreary visi ted relatives at this place Mr Mrs Leslie Green visit ing relatives in Lexington Mr Gabe Preston made a business trip to Lexington week Mrs flicks has been very sick but is better at this writing IMrHarry Wise was the guest of L M Crutchfield and family Monday Miss Pearl Sanders has returned at ter two weeks visit to friends and rel in Jessamine 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 jeeultlng in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Pr Life Pilis readjusts its gentle Only 25c at McRobertg Drugstore im I I visit- Ing neryMiss Lexington of Snelby Saturday Lex- Ington Martin Methodist pastor popular Cincinnati Festival Lexington mondvisited are atlyes I 9 vii Raw and last Joe last s What Is Life New quickly this yet thorough ei r v BUCKEYE Miss Saraldls Teater of Illinois is Visiting Miss Annie Miss Tall ha Cotton of Leroy 111 Is visiting relatives here Edward Walker of your city spent last week with his son J M Walker Misses Brown of Kirksville were the guests of Misses Carrie and Mattie Brown Sunday Mr and Mrs W N Grow of Pleasant Bill were guests of Mr and MrsAlex Walker Sunday Mr Byron Myers and bride of Jessa mine spent last week with his sister Mrs Was Simpson Mr and Mrs Jasper Bogie and SOD of Stony Point visited thier father Mr Andy Bogie last week Mr and Mrs Robt Embry of Lancas ter were guest of Mr and Mrs Kemp Walker Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jas Whitt of Madison who recently purchased the farm of Alex Walker were visitors here Sun Bruce failed to fill his pointmentSunday morning on account of the sudden death of his brother in DanvilleA of meetings will begin at this place on Tuesday night of the 22 inst Rev J M Bruce will be assisted by Rev Huey of Stanford The Ladies Working Society will give a box supper Friday night the 18 at the residence of A C Miles Ice cream and cake will also be served All are invited McCREARY Mr Charles Peel of Illinois is at Tcatersville Mr John Hill wife and mother Mr L Forbes Mrs Roy Beazley and and Mrs Nell Naylor are at Crab Orchard Springs Stock sold very well H Gulleys sale Corn brought 226 a bbl in the fieldMrs Wm Simpson and aunt Mrs Beaumont visited Mrs John Lackey last week Bucklens 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 Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions in fallible for Piles Clue guaranteed Only 26c at McRoberts druggist 1m The clove is a native of the Malacca Islands as is also the nutmeg The Genuine 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 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 to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by F P Fris bie lin Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Foleys Cure C C J E Stormes 1m Cherries were known in Asia as tar back as the seventeenth century The Pleasure 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 falling cure for Indigestion and 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 bie 1m WILBUR SMITHS BUSINESS COLLEGE LEXINGTON KT Making Our Days Successful Bail Men Many of our leading bank men and officials are graduates of Prof W R Smith Others from this College have secured fine positions cities as Bookkeepers Ste nographers Telegraphers etc Prof Smiths College is responsible and besides being thorough and cheap it pays to attend the best It is the only business college in a part of a famous Uuniversity Write now for a large illustrated cir cular free Address Wilbur Lexing ton Ky tf PUBLIC SALE- I will on Saturday September 19 1903 sell Lathe highest and best bidder the following described property 1 mule 3 head horses some nice hogs 30 acres of good corn 1 heifer 1 binder 1 cultivator some plows and stacks clover hay Sale begin promptly at 2 P H at theold place li miles from Lan caster on Richmond pike Terms matt known on day of sale CLARENCE McAFEE PUBLIC SALE As I have sold my house and in Lancaster Iwill on SATURD AYy SEPTEMBER 26 1903 sell all of my farming Implements and a big lot of and kitchen furniture One old grand fathers keeping good Sale mencing at one oclockr 2t Ansel George Son c t IT 11 dayRev J M ape 4 visiting children recuperating atJ n lotion S a 1 t n V realized substitutes protruding pliesno is equal Kidney Dyspepsia by F P 1 merchants Indifferent Influential Amer- Ica corn hill sue Csue of Eating Fri peso R Smith coot 8 lot s i Till tear STATIJ IMltt Will DraW JTllotirtiitjtls to Uweiikboro SeptiIIKlorThniilst to iJfitli OCOOO In Cash Premiums mid aiuny ofllin Amnsrments Shows Free Low Iliillroud The biggest STATE FAIR ever held South of the Ohio river will be opened at Owensboro the hustling Western Kentucky City on Mon day September21st lasting the week Cash premiums over 20000 will be distributed for the best exhibits of Agricultural pro ducts Mining products Live Stock Fowls Pigeons Hares and the of the women of Kentucky or of other States There will be the finest free amusement shows that the affords for Fair purposes induci ng many feats of daring never before seen in this State In fact the STATE FAIR will be almost on the proportions of the great exposition and those who win may well feel proud of the hon or besides the financial benefits de rived SOME OK TIlE PIIEMIU3IS 5400for beef cattle 1GOO for dairy cattle 4200 for horses 800 for mules and jack stock 1200 for swine 81300 for sheep 1000 for poultry pigeons and Bel gian hares 8 750 for womens department 4000 for other exhibits SOME OF TIlE FREE ATTRACTIONS The Famous Dr Carver Broncho Johns Wild West Show High Diving Bicycle Rider Harnessed Ostrich Races Horse Racing No Foot Ball for State Exhibition o f Educated Horses Champion Cakewalker of the World Kurkamps Fine Military Band Con certs DARE DEVIL SCHREYER the worlds high diver will ap pear ever afternoon in his wonderful high dive bicycle act the first time ever presented in this state He rides down a steep Incline GO feet above the ground at the lower end jumps from his wheel and dives into a shallow tank 103 ft from the base of the chute This is one of the most thrill ing and dangerous feats ever enacted by any person This attraction alone is worth twice the price of admission to the fair All railroads entering Owensboro have granted a rate of one fare and 25 cents extra for the round trip The LH STL will run excursions from Louisville to Owensboro and return on Tuesday Thursday and Friday leaving Louisville at 700 a m and arriving at Owensboro at 1000 a m Returning trian leaves Owensboro at C00 p m and reaches Louisville at 900 p m The tomato is a native of South America and takes its name from a Portuguese word Fearful Odds Against Ulan 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 doc tors 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 Kidney troubles and all form of Stom ach and Bowel Complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist 1m W S BEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp store Danville st That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenticky POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn fag 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 10 I 0 ClrJ net Irate little amount- to country prem- Iums I 4 j 1 j 1 for Liver and 1 G c 01SeazleY Paris E ons 1 throughout Handiwork 9 Championship renowned C FARIs gy R SF Embry Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lucien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N B Anderson Clay Sutton TLBroaddus Mrs JH West Mrs F M J rra L Davidson Henry W A J C Hemphlll Ed N J B LKelly JasR 0 BPrice W Sutton Barton i I Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson J M Orand WL Lawson WMMahan R A Beazley WmLear Alex West V A Lear W R FJ White JSDaniels Mrs P D Walden Leslie Harber RobtGulley Cook Gill Y See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER T B WftLKER SON Old and New Jl1 7 1ti 4 J I 1h h 4400 0000440400 044444444444d44444 000440444C4044444444444404444444 r v s r ar r y444C 4 G4OGv 4f 4 SCHOOl AT Books MCROBERTS q Supplies 4 x I DRUGSTORE t A Great Clearance Sale o F 20 PER CENT REDUCTION COOoocOOOCOOOOOO I I I I xoex VEHICLES We are detirmined to reduce stock and to hurry the matter will make a reduction of TWENTY per cent on all vehicles Remember I this is for CASH or good negotiable paper No old vehicles taken in on this sale Come early and get a Genuine Bargain KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky 6 Fresh Vacine Virus AH kind Disinfectants I COOOOC OOOOCoc O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O f g 0 i b i 0 a riir ti 6 8 0 re i QB FRI BIE Drugstore aracamphRelieves CATARRH HAY FEVER And all Throat Inflammations It Cools It Soothes It Cures Sold o ly 1m 2S SOc A LOO Bottles At allfoot Druf 0000000000000000000000000000 i rr- l 4 tbt t 4k eK PUT ALL AROUND c i r a Ii s EIi E ai A w i r rrY ITI w r E wz E E cr I and Acomin All same to the WAGNER Lightest draft Steadiest Agoin J I Disc Plow I THE STUFF i ground High weeds I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I it i 1auor I Reversible I I Hillside I lips Hard Cornstalks Briers Tyr ij running Gossip About People N N Ne A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Miss Myers of Arkansas is visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs C D left Saturday to vis it her sister of Cynthiana Mr Dave Arnold of St Louis is his son W A Arnold Mrs John Francis of Danville has been visiting relatives here Miss Daisy Collier of Danville is the guest of Miss Pearl Hill Miss Nannie Gaines of Danville is visiting Mrs Humphrey Ballou Miss Pearl Hill has returned from a visit to friends in Nicholasville Mrs William Dunlap of Virginia is the guest of her mother Mrs Fox Mrs J S Robluson has returned from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick Mrs Erasmus Dunn and Miss Sallie Tillett were in Danville Thursday Robt Gaines of Indian Territory is the guest of H M Ballou and family Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to friends in Richmond Messrs R H Batson and Charlie West were in Crab Orchard Sunday Mr William Shugars is visiting his son W K Shugars at Bradfordsville Miss Nannie Pope of Barbourville is visiting her sister Mrs W H Smith Mrs Bright Hays of Stanford is her sister Mrs Walter Beazley Mrs Martha Frisbie is in Covington visiting her friend Mrs J P Sandifer Mrs George Richmond is the guest of her father Mr Joe Fran cis Mrs Robert Rice and daughter Miss Mary are visiting Miss Sallie Lou MyersMiss Margaret Tomlinson who has been sick with fever is very much im proved Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond is visit ing her parents Mr Leander Davidson and wife Mrs Joe Burnside is visiting her daughter Mrs George McRoberts of CovingtonMiss Arnold visited Richmond last week and attended the C W B M conventionA picture of little Thelma Hamilton appearedin Sundays Cour ier Journal Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs W H Kiinnaird Squire W H Kinnaird and Herbert Kinnaird are visiting relatives in Col umbus Ohio Mrs J Fleece Robinson will give a reception this afternoon in nonor of the B B club Mesdames Pauline Bigney and John Stone have been visiting relatives in Casey county Mrs Smith and children have returned from a pleasant visit to rela tives in Barbourville Mrs Geo Lane and son West of Stone have been the guests of her Mrs J I Hamilton Miss Louise Kauffman entertained Friday evening in honor of Mrs Wintersmith of Louisville Misses Clara Bascom of Owensville and Jessie Powell of Hustonville are iii Wayts Ballouof W H sister Theodore p visiting visiting e guests of Miss Mattie Thompson Fred Frisbie was in Cincinnati the first of the week Hackley has been visiting her aunt Mrs Jas I Hamilton Mrs Mary Anderson of Louisville is spending the week with friends Miss Sallie Tillett add Laura Smith are in Cincinnati attending the fall openings and buying fall millinery Miss Georgia Barnes Doty who has been visiting Miss Lena Bright has returned to her home in Lexington Mrs George Patterson and daughter Grace Helone have returned from a months visit to relatives in Chicago Miss Patsy Tvson of Montgomery Ala and Judge Anderson of Middles boro were visitors here the past week Mrs Douglas Merritt and children were in Stanford Sunday with her sis ter Mrs Thomas Payne of Lexington is the guest of her sister Richmond avenue Our old friend Charley Mitchell of Stone passed through to Cynthiana where he made a visit to friends and relativesMrs N Falconer and little Margaret accompanied Rev Fal coner to their home in Hillsboro Ohio ThursdayMrs E Stormes Messrs J M and Hugh Logan and Maj R Kinnaird the funeral of Mr Jno B Brew er at Lebanon Friday Mr Goodloe Lackey and daughter Mary returned Monday to their home in Kansas City after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Misses Annie Royston and Hattie Doty left Thursday for Louisville and from there will go south to work in the interest of Miss Lelia McKees school at Oxford Danville Advocate Mr and Mrs W S Center and Mr and Mrs William Baughman are spending a few days in the country the guests of Mr and Mrs Mote Robinson the Lexington pike Mr W M Mahan and Mrs Mary E Rigsby were married Tuesday eve ning at the home of the bride at Preacbersville Mr Mahan is a very prosperous farmer of this county and his bride a very popular woman Stanford and Mrs L L Doty are to move to Garrard we are sorry to say The former has rented Mrs Nannie W Owens farm near Camp Dick Robinson for 1000 and will take charge at seeding time Tom Eason and family have been visiting h i s mother at Richmond Modoc was mashed up in a railroad wreck not long since and is still crippled He is working in the Rail way Mail Service Richmond Begisten Mr Woods Burnsides of Lancaster was in town yesterday L L Walker of Lancaster attended Circuit Court Wednesday Mrs Annie B Singleton and little son of Lancaster were the guests of her sister Mrs E H Bybee Wednesday Middlesboro James Burnside of Lancaster is expected this week on a visit to her daughter Arnold at on Aurthur Heights Mr and Mrs W J Kinnaird who have been on an ex tended visit to the East will return home today Stanford Journal Mr and Mrs Thomas Wherrittof M Bogle over Friday to take the train for Owensboro Mess Burdett andMillard FBout two true blues of Garrard were guests of Dr W B OBannon Mr H r Miss MlssJane attended o n JournalMr HeraldM r s V the Bellevue Lancasterbrought- Mrs W Dan P Ollie Hopper daughter Mrs J CUT SALE QUEENSWARE r i i IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS FALL I Prices Very Low HM Ballou Son i Give Us A J Calla Rowan Saufley of this office has been commissioned adjutant of the 3rd Ky Battalion commanded by Maj E W Lillard FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY Of Mr and Mrs Delaney Lackey 1853 1903 FROM KUSUNIA DUNLAP POTTS Fifty years of wedded love Freighted with thy treasures trove Stretch their links since fiftythree Cemented with fidelity Firty years of light and shade Riveting the ties they made Shed a radiance on thy path lifes aftermath Sweet thy vows to recollect Brief the time in retrospect For thee friendships incense burns Wishing many bright returns Morn and noon have left their glow Now as evenings sun drops low Ilandlnhnnd descend the hill Faithful and united still With the dear ones lent to thee Offshoots of the parent tree May the blessings of the just Relay thy years of love and trust When the leaves are brown and sere May the close of thy career Gentle be as fades the light On the peaceful brow of night A Remarkable Record Chamberlains 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 as the croup cough appears it will prevent the attack It is pleasant to take and many children like it It no opium or other harmful and may be given as confidently to a baby as adult For sale by all druggists 1m Where AreYou From The original mac from Missouri was a levelheaded citizen ready to believe and accept aftei it had been proven that belief was before There are a great many others like him So you folks who are from Missouri literally or figuratively are invited to come We want to show you oneof the nicest lines of fall goods you have ever seen We are especially enthusiastic about our new dress goods and mens ready to wear clothing It is not neccessary for you to go toja big ger town for the styles for we have them and keep right up with them and the best part of it we can and will save you money on the prices Come to see us R L Jennings Paint Lick 9182t Good family mare six years old 918tf Dr W S Beazley Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf For Sale Best milk cow in the county T J Hatcher tf Madams Harris and Duncan are pre pared to do firstclass work in and give vapor baths and massage treatment T U building between 7 A M and 6 p M tf I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ Election Officers The Democratic Committee has selected the j following officers to serve at the Primary Elec lion Sept 26 1903 COURT HOUSE- J E Robinson J J Walker judges A B Brown Jr clerk W R Cook sheriff EAST PARK J L McCarley H C Arnold judges Jaa N Denny clerk E F sheriffWEST A W Kavanangb Pat Sutton judges Wm Ray clerk J I Hamilton sheriff WEST BRYANTSVILLE C K Poindexter Logan Ison judges WMPettna clerk Huston Ballard sheriff EAST BRYAKT8VILLE G S Moore TTBurdett judges Ike Dunn Jrelk J Yanderpool sheriff BUCKEYE Curtis Pearce R I Barton judges EB Ray clerk Jno Hill sheriff UNION A K Walker J G Fox judges J B Woods clerk sheriffWALKERS SCHOOL HOUSE J R Henry Bud Broaddus judges Dave Sanders clerk Geo McLcar sheriff PAINT LICK J B Parks JT Ralston judges Joe McCormack clerk S B Jennings M D Hcours Secy EL WOODS Chm Fitting for I contains substance to an justifiednot For Sale hairdressing Call at W C E V r Cough sheriff Closing Out Old Stock AT COST To Make Room for New J H Gulley Grocery Co w FARM FOR RENT For Year 1904 Situated on the Buckey pike one and one half miles from Lancaster This farm contains two hundred and fifty one acres of productive land It is well watered and well fenced and has one nine room dwelling bouse one ten ant house two barns and all necessary out buildings on it The farm is in the Lancaster Graded school district Posession given January 1st 1904 2t H C Jennings Boys dont buy your new fall suit till you see ours you might be sorry if you do R L Jennings Paint Lick Irjwill sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Bring sour old school books to us and excnange them for new ones adopted We have them now in stock tf B E McRoberts Beautiful Salections We have just returned from the cit ies with the loveliest and bestselected stock of Fall and Winter milinery ever opened in Lancaster They were se lected right and bought right and we can please you in both style and price Noel Sisters Osteopathy In 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 Special Opening As New York City is the maker and leader in style I will ask you to call at my 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 Remember the date andbe sure to come and post yourself on the style whether you buy or not 911tf Residence For Sale I offer for sale my residence in Lancaster on south side of Rich mond street lot running back 490 feet to the L and N B B This is one of the best built houses in finished In oak bathroom and all modern conveniences Good outhouses such as stable buggy house hen house etc Splendid cistern Thirty five fruit trees on premises I will sell at a bargin on terms to suit pur chaser See B G Ward or address me at 407 Fatherland St Nashville Tenn 94tf J H Patterson Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barley H A B Marksbury Son For Rent House and 26 acres grass Possession given at onceFor information phone 5 Palmer 9ll4t woolemsv From Sept 7th to 12th inclusive I will have on display at my office one of the largest assortments of Suit and Pant patterns ever shown at this place and I ask you to be sure to call and see this selection and have your measure taken for PERFECT fit 911tf I J C situated Lancasternew- and young ForSale T plaTo a J Hemphill At Coat desire Hemphill J C l1A For Representative We are authorixed to announce John O Bogle as a candidate for the nomination Representative of Garrard county S D COCHItAN- is a candidate for Represenative of Garrard county in the next General Assembly subject to the action of the Democratic party at primary to Sept 26th Your support is re spectfully solicited Livery Stable Change Having sold my stable to Mr J W Hendricks I thank my friends for past favors and ask them to continue their patronage at the old stand My books are at tbe stable where I ask all indebted to call and as all accounts must be settled at once W H Ward 918tf Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson 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 b G C Dont put oft having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf Our line of shoes are upto date and prices reasonable The Logan Dry Goods Co 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 information see B 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 Bothwell Collector a14tf Alex Miller has a splendid closed carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrivc into the country or make calls His rates are very reasonable horses first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Coal Coal Coal are correct up No see what they will do for you ju10tf When you want to get your mon eys worth go to J T Williams and buy genuine Jellico Coal the EastTen nessee that runs J cannel and the best that comes to Lancaster octl Williams Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Eor Sale or A valuable planing mill and coal plant CallonVSLeavel a28tf DRPIERCES MEDICAL FOR THE BLOOD LIVERLDNGS I Democratic I I settle Seed Rye and Barley Austin Beazley t Bartons old stand carry a im se stock of coal on hand at all es They nothing but t best a heir price ing and Coal T T Hudson- a Rent GOLDEN DIS I beheld earnestly school handle 28ti best wheat raised in 19O3 1 9O4 using Per tilizer bought of IFPOSTLI I 75 1 I in I prizes Monoy- i for H1NL v OF IT Are your Horses Tired Has yourWheat been Poor Buy a Wheat Drill and a Little Fertilizer of AND SEE THE CHANGED K F K F T L Ert Posto u k j i v lIK FS POStLO weak or sick Women tire invited to coisttl Doctor Letter FREE The offer of free consultation by letter made by Dr Pierce affords every sick woman an opportunity to obtain the opinion of a specialist on her condition without or fee Think that means For more than thirty years Dr R V Pierce has been treating and ctt ing the diseases peculiar to women As chief consulting N Y by his medical staff of nearly a score of e and sick women The success of Dr Pierces treatment is proved followed his advice have been perfectly and permanently cured There is no similar offer of advice has behind it a specialist of Dr Pierces skill and success No similar institution of national fame such as the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y with its medical staff of nearly a score of physicians every man a The largest ever charged by a physician for consultation cannot buy a better or more than Dr Pierce offers All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly and the confidences of women are guarded by the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr and his staff in personal with women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Buffalo N Y AiUrmss Dr Aferoe JuvaJMs Jfefef Md Surtax btstltut Buffalo N Y i j l l J r J I I t Pierce II physician to the Invalids and Surgical Institute Buffalo physicians- Dr Pierce has treated and cured hundreds of thousands by the fact that fortynine women out of every fifty who have offer puts at the free service of women the entire facilities of an confidential R v I I t you ADAPTATION God and Eternity Only Expl atlon for Some Thing Th i Arise In Ttota Life The round man in the square hole and iu the round hole the square man is often said and people seem as they say it as if the occasion which provokes the remark were an unusual thing nut a little reflection shows that in reality this is almost the rule rather than the exception Who does not know for example a clergyman who would have made an excellent banker or physician a pro fessor who would have been a great strategist a soldier who would have been a firstrate man of affairs Of course when it is said that for persons to miss their vocation is by no means uncommon the truth of the saying has to be discounted by making due allowance for that forward and delusive faculty as Butler calls it the imagination People are only too apt which is quite another thing to imagine themselves misplaced It is soothing to wounded selflove to flat ter oneself that one could have done much better had the lot fallen in fair ergroundThe says the Saturday Review it must be admitted seems iu nine cases out of ten singularly It seems so Is it so really Cannot we even with our very limited vision see that the difficulties inherent in our surroundings are often the very thing needed for the discipline of life for the training and perfecting of whatever of good is in us Life is called a race It is an obstacle race and the winners arc those who the worst obstacles bravely and wisely A sensible teacher has said Find out what occupation a boy or girl likes best and seems for and develop this liking this aptitude but dont forget that things uncon genial must be done also for the sake of selfcontrol Suppose after all the old story were true that this is but a training for another that really important world were yet to come That story which the world is THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS IEMEDT RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DARRHCEA AND ALL BODILY PAINS PP c E 50 CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE CoC- CvtNrTON 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 r astonished inappropriate aptest the surmount lift e e ever deriding but to which it so returns that belief which materialism puts on one side but long experience of human nature seldom fails to replace On that hypothesis certainly much in life becomes of which no other theory can make anything but farce If the whole play is played out here undeniably life is very often nothing but a farce sometimes solemn sometimes squalid That a man with great capacity should through all his life be hindered by circumstances either external or of his own character from turning that capacity to account is a waste a gen oral loss so vast so indefensible that if this life were all there could be nothing for it but a bitter laugh If however life here were but a to the real thing yet to come it economically be perfectly sound to man of one capacity from using it until he had gone through a certain discipline that would enable him ulti mately to use it to greater effect In fact it is exactly what a sensible par cab does with a child that early dis closes a particular gift He deliberate ly prevents him making use of it until he attains a certain maturity What are ten years to 60 what then are 60 to eternity HELPFUL AND TRUE Secreting our sins will not slay them Rams Horn Faith and works are the two oars of the Presbyterian Be not discouraged at broken and spilled resolutions but to it and to it again S Rutherford Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls the most massive characters are seamed with scars Rev E H Cfeapin The vexation restlessness and which small trials cause arise wholly from our ignorance and selfcontrol De Renty Christian hearts are as iron If they once be made hot with the love of God they will be more easily joined in love to one another John Mason We need more in this world than the calm of quiet circumstances We may have that and yet be in a tempest of unrest What we need is soul rest and none but Jesus can give us that Time brings only one regret that we had not more joy in the things that were more belief more patience more love more knowledge of the way things work out more willingness to help toward the final June Not husbanding our strength but in yielding it in service not in our talents but in administering them not in hoarding our seed in the barn but in scattering it not in following an earthly human policy but in sur rendering ourselves to the will of God Verily verily ye err ye people of Cologne if ye believe that your glori ous cathedral your golden tower and your ceaseless music of bells can be of use to you for holiness if you despise the grace of God which is offered in Bis Word and are unthankful for His mercies for the churches make no one holy but pious Godfearing people hallow the churches John Tauler Trwlln tie VB C B- Are we not daily all through lifes journey trusting ourselves to bridges their strength without a doubt won dering or complaining when by chance one of them tremble or swerves a hairs breadth in the storm We walk the bridge of life Can we not trust its safety on the great resting places of Gods wisdom that are hid from us in the depths of the two eternities Phillips Brooks obstinately intelligible debar the lifeboatUnited impatience want of together resultJennie pathF awaydown I wL1 iitI I one preln mi buryi r g ng POTTS BROS I FLOUR FEED STORE and EXCHANGE 8 Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade and Meal OatsCrushedx Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY 3 Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stonaes Mock Danville 3 MOM 100 v r w MJuum Mjmjum sFlour ave Its CuKtlif Cincinnati Post Syintyitliy is msr y Aid of every sort I uoslly JJui as Ir Juttnson said so are spite and nature among most expensive usuries in lire It costs us enormously to be rude illnatured or mean It costs much to glue way to unrestrained anger to spite and bad feeling If we must spend so much of our life tunes on others were it not better to spend it in kindness than in unkind ness Jetting even is a hazardous buss ness It is much easier to get even with the wrong in the man than it get even with the man in the wrong You can much better afford to remain uneven with such a man than to low er yourself to his level the hater more than the one hated Revenge is a poor Look at it rationally from any standpoint and you must see that il never pays You are obtuse indeed if you have not learned from experience that one little drop of kindness holds more of the real nectar of life than does a whole ocean of spite You may search the whole world of philosophy through and find no truer thought than pride envy malice hatred revenge and all the other evil passions the heart is heir to work their first and worst injury to their possessors they corrode render wretched and destroy first the heart in which they originate The man you hate and plot against may know nothing about it or care If he gives a thought to you it may be only to despise you Is it worth while to till your soulwith poison lor no better results than this Is it wise to skulk glooomily in the begs of spite when only a step will take you out into the genial sunshine of kindness Is it sensible to dwarf yourself in efforts to make some man recognize that you are his enemy and can hurt him when you can ennoble yourself by the far less effort necessary to make him see that you are his friend and can help him What you give you get back in kind Is it not better to have the respect of others than their hatred and con tempt Flee Farm for Sale for sale The place contains 100 acres of the best producing land in the coun ty abundance of water good dwell ing barn outhouses ant good fence Lies about hall mile from Poor Ridge pike Here is a bargain for those wanting to invest in land that strictly A No 1 a21tf Asparagus was originally a wild plant of Great Britian REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF National Bank OF LANCASTER AT Close of Business Sept 9 1903 RESOURCES and discounts 124802 03 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2255 62 U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc furniture and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 18CC Due from State Banks and Bankers 13 Due from approved reserve agents 8252 Checks cash Notes of other National Banks 8500 paper currency and cents 2152 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 50Legaltender 8661 50 Redemption fund with U S Treas nrer per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL jmsis 58 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Undivided profits lest expenses and taxes 7741 J 9 National Bank outstanding 5000000 Due to other 2552 35 Due to State Banks and Bankers Individual deposits subject to check 175 537 14 TOTAL as5i8 58 BTATBOF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GABBABD as I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state mast 1 true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Sept 1903 8 C Denny Notary PublicCOBBKCT Attest c 9 a l tS spar ill thee harbor hurts thisthat advert is seacoast THE 1300 00 73 72 Fractional sickles 50000 10000 00 2681 90 s b l to Hate investment Loans fund notes s 52 J ROBINSON T II Arnold L Y LEAVELL J Directors REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL DANK OF LANCASTER El AT Sept 91903 RESOURCES Loan and discounts 74 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 543 60 00Stocks11000 00 Due Stem National Banks not reserve agent 2946 62 Due State Banks and Banker 474 76 Due from approved reserve agents 64029 45 Checks other cash items 274 35 00FractionalRESEBVE IN BANK viz 6731 00 Legaltender notes 2000 00 urer circulation 2500 00 Total 330904 22 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 5000000 1000000Undivided14391 60 Outstanding 50000 00 44DueIndividual deposits subject to check 9C0774 43 Certified 830904 22 STATEOF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GABBABD sa I 8 DENNY of the above named bank do solemnly wear that the above statement 1 of mv knowledge and belief B Cashier Subscribed and to before metal Utkfay of Sept 1908 KKIRNAIBD PiblleCe l IOB expire January thlW4 orTAE The Close ofBusineu 873100Redemptionf h Nat 00 Total Co I honsefarnitureandfixtures taxes paid Notes Cashier sworn Nota attest DUlfT 5 ALEX K Jae EBrozxcs r scOEIAeoar w J F III JDbecIeao h D P ptinihcny well known turoughuut Mercer and Sumner coun ties W Va most lllkcy races his life to the kindness neighbor lie was utmost hopelessly atliicted with dlar rhoca was attended by two physicians who gave him if any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious con dition brought him a bottle of Cham beriains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured him in less than twentyfour hours For sale by all druggists 1m Capers originally grew wild in Greece and Northern Africa A Woman Complexion It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enrich InK the blood which can only be by keeping the liverhealthy 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 purities the complexion It also cures constipation billiousness and Induces 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 Garlic came from Sicily and the shores of the Mediterranean sea Stomach Trouble I have been troubled with my stom 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 It you have any trouble with 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 Life is short yet lots of men outlive their good resolutions A New Jersey Editor Testimonial 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 praise of it EStormes 1m Horseless vehicles should be run with horse sense Feet Swollen to Immense Size I had kidney trouble so bad that I could not work says J J Cox of 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 1m Happy is the woman who can make home so clublike that her husband doesnt care to leave it Distress After Eating Cured Judge Holland ofGreenburg 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 it cured me entire ly Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold bie 1m It was an Irish philosopher who said that a man always appreciates what he has when he no longer has Ills Life Saved by Chamberlains Chollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B L Byer a well known cooper of town says he believes Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy saved his ute last 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 It gave him relief says B T Little Hancock Md For sale by Ill druggists 1m fc F II8J a I r oCt beauty accomplished nervousness pronounced M T never C C Valley W T last- Ing by F P Fris It rem dy Immediate merchant I Owes lta LIGty Velylibos- ittuduvr fir little ftilki Pay Jor lB trPeople who thaw nenspupors n come to their address year after year taki g from the postollice reading them and titan refusing t pay for theta arc repectfully referrer to the following dispatch which ap peared in Wednesdays CourJournal Henry C Mooney a Knox county took the Vincenncs Capitol out of the postoillce regularly but he re fused to pay for it claiming he had never subscribed fur the paper George Cook tiled suit and in court Judge Houghton awarded the editor judgement and Mooney will have to pay 92 and costs If one wants a newspaper he should pay for it If he dusut want it he should pay what he owes and stop it The law is that it is afraud to leave a newspaper in the postollice without paying up what is already due Wild rode fur Lire With famly around expecting hhn to die and ason riding for life 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 this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him lIe writes I now sleep soundly every night Like mar velous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles COc and 3100 Trial bot tics free at McRoberts drug store 1m Parsley is said to have come from Egypt and mythology tells us that it was used to adorn the head of Hercu les A Purgative Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for billiousness you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant offects 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 Apples were originally brougt from the East by the Romans The crab apple is indigenous to Great Britian German Syrup We want to impress on our that Boschces German Syrup 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 04 Sale and Rental I will sell at public auction on the premises at Camp Dick Robinson tiatrard county on Thursday Sept 24 1903 AT 10 0CIOCK A M the following personal property One mare mules 2 work horses 2 driving horses 2 standardbred yearlings 2 cows J sows with Ct 1 English Berkshire boar Icorn shredder 1 Ding Hay Baler new one cutting harrow one McCormlck binder one one mower one hemp machine one disc one steel corn crusher corn shelter plows bar nets corn planter cultivators sets wagon liar ness 2 wagons good as new 1 rubber tire carriage with pulp shafts double and sin gle harness 1 buggy and harness 6 sets plow penters tools one and entire household furniture also five or six dozen thoroughbred white chickens and a brakes At same time and place unless rented I will Rent Farm of 216 Acres Of as fertile land in Garrard in an state of cultivation and containing some the best hemp and tobacco in the state This fenced and well improved and has on it a No 1 of 9 rooms with all necessary outbuildings first class stables of good fresh water Mrs Nannie W Owens T D ENGLISH Auctioneer f farmer Ed- Itor AHoy a or constipation I e tenhole elegant lg I I I I I I amt a readers dots two Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON STAKES October6th to 17th 5100000 KENTUCKY THB O AT LEXINGTON GREAT I0 SSO14TION l 20000 Futurity 6OOO Transylvania PURSES Grand Concerts Daily I 5000 McDowell 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER 6RAND RACES Tin Greatest PrigrawM Ewe Off Half Rates on all Railroads R C ESTHX PTMMM E W SHANKUN SMry 7 1L o c l Jj f X i 4 Our Stock of Monuments iness is worth something to you None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON LEXINGTON KV My accounts are now due and City bills must be set tied Dont wait to settle but come at once they must be paid SALLIE D TILLET advantages t LEWIS Y LKAVKLL President ORGANIZED 1883 Tlie GfflZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS Jioooe- E F HUDSON Cashier C D WALKKI Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 SURPLUS 10000 f A R DENNY President Jolly E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXV Cashier R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird soooo W O RIGNE Asst Cashr o 2 o o g J F Robinson Asst Cashr 2 Sam O OOOOOo oooo0000o000 4930000000000000oooooa 0o 0 rQQ 8 t ieG 0 9 3 ooooo000000000000000000000000oooooa HODOL ODOL KonOL KonOL the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain HODO digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles gastricdigestive organs KOnOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain Jives to Is the wonderful remedy that is making so many sick people well weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat only 100 Size holding 2K times the fetal size which sells SOc ttmnt wry tr E C DiVITT CO CHICAMl Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New I I contained Bottles for I b c8N8 MPTION- OUGU8 and OLDS ours Price 50c i00 I A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fall Trial Bottles free the most fatal of all KIDNEY DISEASES are diseases aE KIDNEY CURE Is frinitiid Riiriy motley refunded Contains by emi t physicians as the best for troubles OI PRIGS lie tlti p 7 oFf of ff y it1RI r J S ROUINSON Vice OoooOr4 000 0000 Ire PUBLIC SALE Having determined to move to California Ion Thursday October i 1903 on the premises about mites north of Lancnster hear Lexington pite sell to the highest ami best kitchen furniture mid funning implements headof horses 2 milt gouts of heifers 2yenroldJcnlves Jo sheep lot of shunts 1 new buggyand harness spring wagou about 15 standso bees etc also at same time sell myfarm consisting of 120 Acres of Land Well Watered and in a high state of cntivation ments on Slime consisting of dwelling houseC rooms 2 new abnndanee of water on farm barn and till liecessary outbuildings will be sold for cashbalance in one and two equal paymentsfi cent Interest with nlien retained on the land to secure paymentOn peasonal property sums under locashover 10 on i month bearing sixper cent Interest with Approved rillLUlSAgtAm Bourne Auctioneer R KINWD INSURANCE AetnaQueen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile I j storl s Good Ilrs L Followin Companies i is y s 1 erase lll0 r 9airS at a