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THE RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1903 CENTRALYEAR IIUJlUMI46 Ii1t FOUBTELNTII 0f local Interest Lay in your coal Indications point to a hard Fourteen car loads of stock leftLan caster for Cincinnati Saturday after Sunday was the most beautiful day in many weeks the weather being de lightful Watch the coon who fails to hustle during the good weather lie will be around begging soon Turn him down Many people go out to see the wa ter works dam and those who havent been should go now while the inter esting work is progressing Turkeys are said to be very scarce and will be as high as a cats back Garrard ranks at the head of the list in producing both Some of the highest kickers on the water works dam have drawn in their heels and are forced to say the plan is all right jaw against something you know absolutely noth ing about TalK of Selling There is talk among the members of selling the Baptist church parsonage The church owns all the property on depot street back to the alley and it seems they could sell enough back there to help them out of debt The parsonage is a splendid piece of and a great help to the church The question will come up next Sun day when every member is asked to be present Scattering Time The other day as the big traction engine was being taken to the water works the engineman lost control or there were no brakes on the machine and it started down the hill back of the Methodist church at the rate of forty miles an hour more of less To say there was a stampede among the residents along the street does not ex press the excitement It finally crash ed into a fence throwing planks right and left The driver stuck to the throttle and no serious damage re sulted Very Popular Place The W C T U reading rooms are fast becoming the most popular place in town Men who want to read their papers without being annoyed go there andean sit in quiet and read to their hearts content The rooms for ladies are also much enjoyed by the gentler sex The ladies from the country find them especially conven ient for leaving packages their wraps and for straightening up their toilets No talking is allowed in the reading room that will disturb the readers This is the best arrangement we ever saw in a country town and the noble T T people are being highly congratulated on its success noon MoralDont property W C winters hogs WE pLANT TB1E WIDE WIDE WORLD I SEED FOR TflE IMPROVED SUPERIOR PlailJ and x I JRRas lden SEETHEitF DRILLS r T- 5 Ferteuzer- i Y t YiA Big Fire at Somerset An oil tank exploded at Somarset setting fire to a number of freight cars and cabooses Property was destroyed to the value of 20000 Democratic Feat Hons James B McCreary and WCon Bell will address the citizens ofGarrard county at the court house Monday Sept 28th county court dayat 1 oclock p m on the political issues of the day Everybody invited to attend A D Leavell Chm Dem Campaign Com at Record Office So many subscribers have been rush into our office to pay up and ena us to lay in winter coal that the became badly worn and the Cit izens Bank has had new ones made It is a big improvement and now that everything is so inviting we trust the rush will continue and more will find their way up to pay what they owe us and thus assist in warding oft Old Crimp this winter Orphan Brigade C S A The Nineteenth Reunion of the Or phan Brigade which will be held in Louisville Ky September 30 1903 Opening Session at 1030 A M Busi ness 1100 A M Dinner 1230 PM Trip to Contederate Home 200 p M All railroads have made a one and onethird rate on the certificate plan The sessions will be held in the old Chancery Court Room where you will please register on your arrival By or der of the General Committee Thos D Osborne Secty Farris Law Stands Danville Saufley upheld the Farris local option law yes terday Every feature of this law has been attacked and Judge Sauflleys decision was a severe blow to many violators in Danville who had appealed their cases from the county to the cir ciiit court The first instance was a case against Bell Miller who was fined fifty dollars and given a sentence of ten days in jail Miller was fined fifty dollars in Judge Prewitts court some time ago but appealed the case with the above results Jewish Holiday Tuesday was the Jewish New Year or the Rosh Hoshanah as it is known according to its Hebrew name As the Hebrew calendar is reckoned to its lunar count theSabbath and all holidays are observed from sunset to sunset and accordingly the services in consecration of the Rosh Hoshanah began Friday evening This day is the first in a great cycle of reli gious holy days and is an annual ex emplification of the religious cohesion and the loyalty to sacred tradition on the part of the Jew The services im part hearty and solemnity to the cele bration The New Year is 5654 Mint Comply With Law In the Boyle circuit court Judge Saufley gavestrong instructions to the grand jury in regard to the Fiscal Court not having the financial condi tion of the county published as re quired by law and called attention to the penalty therefor which is a fine and removal from office A dispatch from there says indictments are The people are certainly en titled to this information and the law requires that it be published but it never has been done the courts drop ping out of the custom The Record respectfully calls the attention of the Garrard Fiscal court to this matter and suggests that the settlements etc be printed The Kentucky Press Association is bringing this mat ter to the attention of officials in all the counties none of which have ever complied with it A Word to the Council As the question of lettiug the fish ing privileges in the water works lake is soon to be decided The Record to call attention of the of the matter If a general privilege is given it will not be but a short time until the water is filled with tin cans the banks all torn to nieces the fencing damaged and greatest of all the water filled with every breed of undesirable fish If you will let the privilege to an organ ized body of men people who know what fish to put in and how to them the lake will be well stocked in a remarkably short time But if Tom Dick and Harry are allowed to take a hand this can not be accomplished Put the price of the privilege so high that only respectable people can get get into the club then the members will see that fishes in nesting time and that all objectionable matter is kept out of the water Such a club will whose members will have the privilege of inviting Co fish but no one else This club will devote its time and means to the stocking of the pond will see that the protected the boats are clean and that the riffraf element is kept off the premises will have the purest and best water in of the state these details are well looked News Miss Mary Gill in Danville Monday and spent the day with her brother Mr Louis Gill at Mrs Harris Mrs John of Lancaster and M tee Wooldridge of Denver Col down shopping Monday Mr T B of Lancaster spent y e s this city Judge B A Burn side of Lancaster here Mofiday r lf f Improvements ling AdvocateJudge according noone be formed can after Storm t expected receipts desires importance friends fishare Lancaster this section Danville o Lancaster was wee Robinson was t e The McAfee sale advertised for last Saturday was postponed See ad in this issue The Joseph store room has new floor the shelving remodeled and all uptn date improvements put in It is now a dandy It took 2000 ballots to supply the nine precincts for holding the primary Saturday The law requires fifty per cent more than were used at last elec tion Consult our advertising columns be fore you buy your goods Those who advertise have something they want to sell and thats where you will find a bargain Hie LaRd Sale J A Shuttleworth sold a farm of 206 acres in Boyle county for 19500 He has disposed of 52562 worth of Boyle county land within a week One of the waterworks engines will run all night but both will be kept at work during the day The pressure will be a little stronger than that of any system in this section There will be a called meeting of Lancaster Lodge No 104 this evening at 7 oclock for confer ing the Fellow Craft degree requested to be on nand at time seven oclock Fishermen say nearly all the fish have been destroyed in the river near town This was done by dynamiting and seining A man who will throw dynamite into the river would as quickly dynamite a safe while a sein er is not but very little better Straight To Headquarter M Ballou has just returned from a weeks stay in Indianapolis where he purchased the largest stock of Haviland Queensware ever Central Kentucky He got all the latest designs and the bestselected stock we ever saw Give him a call and see what wonderful bargains he has The Robinson Carnival Co which played here in the spring lost out at Winchester and could scarcely make it to Richmond last week We under stand it disbanded at the latter place Such attractions have played out There is nothing in the show business that sticks like a circus and by the way a good one has not been in this section this season Perish the luck The War Department some time ago notified the relatives of JoeGaines that his body had been received and Interred at San Francisco This was found to be a mistake and his were received at Washington Monday They were shipped to Dan rule and burried in the cemetery there Wednesday morning The relatives of the dead soldier the burial Gaines died in the service in the Philipines in December 1901 Special Notice Parties who visit the W C T U read ing rooms are respectfully remember that the newspapers placed there are not to away If you want to read them you are more than welcome to do so but dont one and jam it in your pocket to take away Others want to see them The Record places possibly twentyfive papers a day on the tables and they are greatly enjoyed by the visitors to the rooms but once in a while some fellow will carry away one of the most popular papers thus preventing from enjoying it Please remem ber this Senatorial Timber Editor Record While I would not if I could say any thing that would the halo of glory which encircles the brow of Senator Farris his brilliant and fearless service as senator from this district constrained to say in reference to the prospective a son of Garrard who was in Lincoln and who is now State Commander of one of the in existence I refer to Mr M F Elkin He is popular hon est and capable well acquainted with the wants of the people able to hold his own on the stump or in the senate and if he enters the race he will claim a liberal share of the suffrage of the good people m the democratic party to the principles of which he al ways manifested a fidelity which is absolutely beautiful DKXQCBAT Highly Priced Present Our friend Al Huffman of Stanford has placed the editor of this under many obligations for a by father way back in the early and sixties and containing many interesting articles published about that Among the number is the trip ter band to Mammoth Cave an artl cle in regard to using the old brick church so wellknown to older citi an obituary of Dr Cook Dr Benj Duncan and many other prominent people of that day It also contains a number of clippings from the old Louisville Journal from the pen of the great George D Prentice A could not be placed on the book Mr found it in the library of hiss Mrs Elijah a Stanford f r received- a Brethren ap- poInted Mr H shipped- to Remain oj Joe Gaine remains attended requested- to betaken others because- of lam candidacy- of greatest has paper our Edward Thursday Lancaster pickup bedim nevertheless sword native reared fraternities scrapbook made fifties time of the Lan zeds money value Huffman mother I laws Sled oetl pike e Monday is county court day Please look at label on this paper and if it is not according to hoyle come up and Paper at Perryvllle Mr Owen McIntyre formerly of the Danville Advocate is preparing to start a paper at Perry ville That is a splendid territory and he should Favorite Exchanges We havent received a CODY of the Jessamine Journal for two weeks and if Harry McCarty dont repent and sin no more theres going to he trouble Every editor receives a big basketful of exchanges but there are a few fav orites he sticks into his pocket to take home and enjoy when all to himself The Journal is one of the latter class with us Primary Saturday The democratic primary to select a candidate for representative will be held Saturday this office having print ed and delivered the ballots and other necessary printed matter There are only two candidates D Coch ran and J 0 Bogie and the friends of each are sanguin of success They are both splendid men and either will make a most capable officer Having Delightful Time In ordering his paper changed from Oklahoma to Bunkie La The Rec ords good friend Mr J B Kemper says I am sojourning in the romatic town of Robeline situated on the Tex as Pacific railroad about two hun dred miles west of New Orleans The cotton crop is fine slightly damaged however in some localities The sugar cane is luxuriant weather delightful roses and many other flowers Ready For The new firm The Joseph Company is receiving new goods and are about ready for business By tomorrow everything will be on good shape and they will be ready for busi ness This is a strung firm and The Record welcomes it to Lancaster busi I ness circles The wellknown hustler Mr Jacob Joseph is the head of the firm Look out for their ads in The Record next waek Interested Friends The old saying about a man never knowing how many friends he has un til he gets into trouble was again well proven true last week We refer to our friend John Marrs the clerk at the Hotel Glyndon Richmond Everybody knew of Marrs devotion to his old friend Sol Spratt When the latter died it seems that all immediately thought of John and proceeded to break the news gently to him It appaars no one knew thought any one else would inform him of Spratts death so each write to Marrs It is he received from seventyfive to one hundred letters and postal cards and now thinks a job was put up on him and threatens to whip any Lancaster man who ventures within the city limits of Richmond Many Delegates Coming The state W C T U conventlou will meet in Lancaster to 6th and the attendance promises to be very large This brings together some of the most prominent ladies of the state and Laccaster should show her appre ciation of the honor by putting forth every effort toentertain the delegates There will be probably one hundred here and the question of entertain ment is no small matter The local Union is striving hard to locate them all but we regret to say several fami lies who have ample room have been so short as to say they could not en tertain anyone This is truly a state of affairs and we were surprised to learn of any such people in Lancaster Almost enough room has been found and anyone willing to entertain a few delegates will please make the fact known to some member of the Union FUhlngClub Messrs J E Stormes John M Dun can J M George W Palmer Duncan Goodloe David Ross Den ny Doctor J B Kinnaird and the edi tor of the Record have formed a fish club and leased from Mr A C King all that part of Dix river owned by him together with a new and neat five room cottage near the banks of the river This is the best fishing water on Dix river and the Club has the ex clusive fishing and boating rights no one being permitted by the owner to trespass on said property hers of the club and their guests Any person found trespass will prosecuted vigorously The club will take great pains to increase the supply of fish by putting in new ones and protecting them from seiners and dynamiters Unlike most clubs no drinking or card playing will be al lowed by members of the club or invit ed guests They have purchased a new and complete housekeeping outfit and will be prepared to live like lords We earnestly wish that more such instltu tions could be along river then would have the satisfaction of knowing that the wanton destruc tion of would cease and the grunt est stream in Kentucky for game would simply with them Advertisers will please remember that we can not change ads on TIM dogs We not aaaklsg eaoogh tiJustify UBia prkiag j a 4TUfhi toe if JOB plMM succeed MessrsS accommodating ort to Oct 2nd Rothwell C be we o erlow i t beautiful Business Mercantile proceeded estimated disgusting S invited jog formed Dix flab natural fish are a Will sell at cost every day until sold out Reason for selling going West 925tf T S with Stone Wall IHIlllB ry Opening We will have our opening Saturday Oct 3rd Everybody invited to call and see the stock ever brought to Lancaster 2t Logan Dry Goods Co Town Property For Sale Desirable house and lot on Danville street Eight rooms good cistern stable and outbuildings Ifacres of land at once Apply at this office 926tf The best place in town to make monry Entire stock for sale 9 25tf Stone Wall To close out the partnership of Stone Wall we offer our entire stock of groceries furniture etc at cost Ityou want a bargain call at once925tf various districts notices and poll ever 1 request the various boards to 2t Mrs L L Walker Supt Public Sale As I have decided to go to Oklahoma I will at my home opposite Romans shop on Monday Sept 28 1903 sell all my household and kitchen furniture several hogs one fine milk cow one heifer one good farm and buggy horse one phaeton and other articles Sale commences at 1 oclock It Samuel M Pollard Corn oats seed wheat and rye Marksbury Son I I bylawthelawgetthe For Sale I Is FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices D L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law A x Life insurance policies bought A T for cash or loaned on for sums s of 500 and upward 0 A BEAZLEY CO have g 1L lowE 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 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 iamlies 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 caji be no better It is within the reach of all Logan Dry Goods Co Shopping Centre Lancaster and Stanford 1jJw u r WI r I I I fI W c lit If 1JfI F Sit Down Hard and Often 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 knees Neat effects in broken plaids and mixtures Prices to suit all See the suits theyll tell the story better than we can Sf r Sr JzzL vJ Lj 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 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 isa little the best shoe it has ever been our privilege to Uuy or sell Try a pair of the best school shoes on the market V IKtbog9n Oottfer id Finisher II SchoolBoys whywe Ve Have of Snit Ma o for SchoolBoys II I I I SHOES II 1 I The Price llli t Special lilie exception 4 s f AND HARNESScheap for the next SO days 1 ROMANS ELMORE 1 t r li L r ll r llWllL III YC ilI lljyCo- n friJIl J1 iiW ItfIBI JM1Jgj rr1IiIilJgI BUGGIES 1 3 n 0 rrr rr CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Xnttrtd at Ae Pot Office in Lancaster Kyat SteondClau Mail Matter Lancaster Ky September 25 1903 The news of massacres and cruel outrages by the Turks in Macedonia grows more horrifying each week Reports this week estimate that be tween 30000 and 50000 men women and children have been massacred by the Turks in Monastir since the Insur rection began and that 150000 people are hiding in the mountain where they are dying by the thousand of star vation The Turks seem to be deter mlnedto exterminate the entire popu lation of Bulgaria Reports of Individ ual cruelties are almost too revolting to be believed One instance will illus trate A husband and wife were in the ruins of their home when a Turkish soldier came and slashed the mans head off and threw it in the womans lap Another squad of servant girl hiding in a ditcn with several children They the girl and slaughtered the children No history of the dark ages hardly gives more horrible Cruelties What has become of the ern European civilization and chris tianity The crop of peanut politicians seems ever on the increase The politics arguments of late seem to contain nothing but abuse of the other fellow In ye olden times a speaker told what his side was for what he other words he displayed his goods But that style is a thing of the past and its all the go to talk about what the other fellow will not do Thats a poor kind of argument We want to know what a man is for and what he will do before he gets our vote I Since the time of Pocahontas young Britons have been capturing Ameri can girls and the custom is as old as the colonial dames Some of the mar riages prove happy ones but very few The foreigner is after dollars ia nine out of ten cases and matches thus made have never been known to result other than in disaster and misery Fashion says a Paris report will put its foot down on highheel shoes It Is hoped something will cause the women to cease the foolish and practice of wearing them If the Maker of all things had intended for women to walk as though they were treading on a hot griddle He would have made the foot that shape Many mountain families among them the noted McCoys are forming parties and locating in Washington state Now if a few two foranickie politicians would emigrate the lawloving people of the stat would rejoice and be exceedingly glad A New who had not spoken for four years was cured by an electric treatment Its safe to say the bUibandof the woman went gunning after the giver of the treatment A Cattlesburg sign painter has been sent to the penitentiary for bigamy When he undertook to manage more than one woman he might have seen the handwriting on the wall visa For PnenmoalB Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mich says I haved used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumo nia with good results in every case Refuse substitutes CCJJJStormes 1m sitting up soldiers found outraged b represented- In dangerous Yorkwoman 1J I JtJ I a r r Hatfields and t s I CARTERSYILLE Delayed Letter Mrs F H Kehlor of Paint Lick spent Sunday here Mrs Hoop is her health better since her trip to Pittsburg Bro Jordon will preach his first ser mon at Carters Chapel Sunday Sep 20 Mr J W Allen bought amule of Dave McCullom at 40 also 1 of Will Bryant for 3750 Miss Mattie Botkins and brother of Denver 111 are visiting Miss Bes SmithMr of Paint Lick is now boarding with Mr J D Carter He his health is very much improved RevJim Parson closed his protracted meeting at Carters Chapel last having six joiners The baptis ing took place in the waters of the White Lick last Friday Mr Milt Jennings and Miss Luda Bryant were married last Thursday at the home of the bride The groom is a popular young man and the bride is a sweet young girl and loved by all We wish them a happy voyage through life BRYANTS VILLE Mr Will just returned rom the city where he purchased his goods Mrs S N Stedman has returned a delightful visit to friends in Dunn left a few days ago to accept a position as teacher in Hamilton College We give her up with much regret as she has taught here lor several years Mr Leslie Jenkins left us today to accept a position in a wholesale drug house in Indianapolis Quite a number of our young folk took in the Louisville Street Fair last weekMrs James Dorman from Nicholas vllle visited Miss Elite King last weekMrs Sallie B Welsh was called to Richmond this week to be with her soninlaw who has fever Mrs W J Hogan is in Lexington with the family of W T Mr James Leavell and daughter Miss Lilian were in Lexington last weekMisses Henry and Hill were pleasant guests of Miss Pauline Ar nold Sunday Mrs John Ballard and little Marie were in our midst last week Mr J S Dickerman sold a valuable mare and colt to Col Dan Collier of your place for 175 Mr C C Becker sold a horse belonging to John Boner to Ueorge Ruble for 90 Quite a number of hogs have hands during the last week at 4J to A boys Wild Bide tot life With famly around expecting biJi to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes Inow sleep soundly every night Like mar velous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless for all Throat and Lung troubles bottles 50c and 100 Trial free at McRoberts drugstore 1m j j 1 S Thursday I Pettus hal taCk of fall after FrankfortMiss Woofolk changed 5 cents Guaranteed bottles h1 J 1t Jt J J C having sly t three year o merit he Sraqite and Marble We are at all times prepared to offer the buying the best in the marketin the line of Monuments Headstones fOurwe can prepare special ideas Presented by our customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any where Karrard Gouuty Marble Works STANFORD TMBBT I I 1 c 10 t Ot6A00m00E ere also a 1 1 4 i FKEACllERSVILLE Since our last report the following land sales have been made here Rev H B Cockrlllsold 78 acres to J L for 82900 Prof E E Bishop eight acres to Lud Shaw for 875 sold 200 acres of Bald hill land to Din Anderson for 850 per acre Dan Hoskins sold his farm to Thos Stigall for 900 Pettus Bros has bought ten mule colts for 40 to 50 per head J B W D 600 bales of hay to D B Holtzclaw for 67ie T B Robinson bought three calves from Chas Spoonamore for 36 J M Spoonamore sold a horse to Jas Hutchins for 60 also one to ter parties for 100 H C Cummins bought a mare from Prof Bishop for 65 of Cartersville will preach at the Methodist church the 4th Sunday in this month Prof Bishop has gone to North to take charge of a college there James Hutchins has moved to Hi attsville to the Hayes farm which he has rented J P Rogers has moved to Preachers ville Miss Ella Thompson who has been sick for a few days is about well Mrs Dr Brown of Stanrord has been visiting relatives here for a few days Mr and Mrs was here Sunday evening we wish them much joy through life Rev Jordan the new Methodist preacher was here last week He made a favorable impression on the people while here Rev B C Horton and wife have gone to Millersburg to take charge of his cUujch there BEUNA VISTA Wm Christopher sold to W P Ruble one calf for 9 W P Ruble shipped more than a carload of hogs to Cincinnati this week Mrs Dudley Love and son Howard Miss Florence Christopher and J S Ison spent Saturday in Louisville Rev Welburo was assigned by the Bishop at the recent Conference to Mt Olivet and the church at Burgin The Methodist church at Bryantsville has been added to his work Rev Sparks a student at Asbury College filled the pulpit at Boones Chapel Sunday morning and even ing Quite a number from this vicinity attended the baptizing river Sunday where others who recently united with the church at Burgin Wire immersed Mr Silas Robinson and wife of who have been the guests Mrs Margaret Robinson and other rel olives have started for home Virgil Scott youngest son of John W Scott and Miss EHa Carter of Jes satnine drove to Danville last Wee nesday afternoon and were married by Rev Taught Miss Ada Watts of Jessamine and Bradley Cunningham this place were the attendants A host of friends extend congratulations to the young couple just starting on the voyage of life bmt Im Life In the last nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Slogs New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c McRoberts im A receipt for money paid is not leg all conclusive I have been troubled mystom ach for past four years says D L Beach of Clover Nook Farm Green field Hasa A days induced to buy a box of Chamberlains and Liver tablets I have taken part of them and feel a great deal It have any trouble with your stomach try a box or these Tablets You are to be pleased with TrIce 25 For by druggists iaa i t J Anderson Will Pettus Hutchins and Elmore sold s Rev Coldiron Carolina Mahan 111 at Dix MIs- souri of III anal ys s results DrugStore I 1 cert canto q f t r J1LJ 1 blip awwaeruube with the few ago I Stomach better you the reeelt sale all C Y era was f p In the conn ty clerk s nfllc here t lirni r two very Mhttjl oil p lmUi s about which little has boon known by other than the very oldest inhabitants until today when Prof J E Manniv chairman of the Worlds Fair commit tee for Garrard county put on foot an investigation that resulted in some thing authentic as to their presence in the Temple of Justice Prof Mannix in his desire to have Garrard make a creditable showing in the Kentucky State building at the Worlds Fair In St Louis next year recognized in these oil paintings something of great value to the dis play from this county and had them removed from the walls long enough carefully dust them and gain the information desired He found by to the order book of the Gar rard County Court In June 1833 that portraits had been presented to Garrard county bv Cicero Price a native of Garrard but at that time a lieutenant of the United Slates navy I M Myers was county judge of Gar 44 and Alexander R McKee county clerk The old order book shows thata meeting of the county court was held to receive this handsome gift from its honored son that resolutions of thanks were passed and that a copy of the proceedings were furnished Lieutenant Price The note of Lieut Price accompanying the paintings was as follows To the County Court of Garrard Gentlemen I beg leave to present to your honorable body two portrait paintings o f Christopher Columbus and Americus Yespucius which I in Italy in September last whilst cruising in the Mediterra nean They are good likenesses of these celebrated navigators having been taken from the oldest and most esteemed paintings in the Bourbon gallerys at Naples I am gratified with an opportunity of testifying my regard for the people of my native county and only regret that my offering is not more worthy of your acceptance This letter was dated June 10 1844 Thecounty court ordered the sheriff David Reynolds to frames these portraits and place them in This was done without delay the pictures being swung on the wall by small brass chains and now is perhaps the first time that they have been removed from the place giv en them about three score years ago The portraits were done in oil by An tonio Scandlno New frames will be put on the pictures and the consent of the present county administration se cured for sending them to St Louis through the Kentucky Exhibit elation tor the State Building for next year As before mentioned Lieut Price in the navy until promoted to the rank of commodore He was the father of Lily Price who married Millionaire Hammersley of New York As his widow she became the bride of the Duke of Marlborough and remain ed duchess until Consuelo Vanderbilt wedded the young duke soon after which the dowager duchess became the wife of Capt Beresford of the army a brother of Admiral Beres ford of John Bulls army PAINT LICK A B Estridge sold a mare and colt for 160 Alec Parish has gone to Oklahoma prospectingC has raised beans that measured 27 inches Alva Adams sold a sow and pigs to Henry Moore for 36 Mrs William Fitzpatrick is visiting relatives in Danville Mrs Lizzie Murry and children are visiting in Richmond Mrs Sallie Hughes is the guest of her sister Mrs Clyde Pullins Mr and Mrs William Champ have re turned from a visit to Kingston Mrs Fannie Koehler went to East Rernstadt Saturday to visit relatives Our Cloaks Skirts and Furs are grand Not an old one in our house R L Jennings Paint Lick Dave Hervey leaves this week for St Louis where he will reside Dave s a good boy and will be greatly missed We have the best 7 50 10 and 12 50 suits in the county We can prove it RL Jennings Paint Lick A little son of N 0 Moores died Wednesday of heart trouble and was burled at Richmond thefollowing aft ernoon STONE J H Raney sold a horse to Mr Ruble for 80 C S Sanders was in the city last week buying his fall and winter goods Wm Moberly sold a mule colt for 8250 Mr Rogers three children have fever Mr and Mrs Taylor Ramsey in the city last week Mrs Mattie Land entertained a few friends last Wednesday James Llttrel has gone to Indiana to be treated for rheumatism Mrs C W Mitchell has returned from a to her father in Cynthlana Miss Mottle Green of Lexington is the guest of her brother T H Green Iiowry Speaks landed home a dove ago after a years stay la Oregon Mr Mat TTolger and wife visited Kr James Crawford and family day Avoid serjpus results of kidney or bladder disorder by taking Fbleys Kid Cure CCJEStormeB im 7QoI IluII to referring the rard In procured buygilt remained British I scarlet were few lastS n Gt t1e111re hang Commodore P courthouse Ass visit Hey l n f S 4 Mx trf l ore a Tlir ciiniii YwiCuiintfrftiitft The nemiine is nhvnvfr belter tiinn ft j counteifcit hut the trulh statement is never more forcibly or more thoroughly appreciati M than when you uenuiimj De Witts Witch Hazel Salve with tilt many counterfeits and worthless that on the market V S Ledbetter of Shreaveport La says After using remedies without benefit one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding itching and protrud ng pllesno remedy is equal to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Sold by F P Fris jie 1m Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced A Keuiarkable 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 oT 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 cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even as soon as the croup cough appears it will prevent the attack It is pleasant to take and many children like it Itcon loins no opium or other harmful sub stance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by all druggists 1m A contract made with a minor or lunatic is void DUtreM After Eatlne Cured Judge W T Holland of Greenburg La who is well and favorably known says Two years ago I suffered greatly from indigestion After eating great distress would invaribly result last ing for an hour or so and my nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and me Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold bie 1m PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday September 26 1903 sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property 3 head horses cots calf some nice hogs 30 acres of good corn 1 heifer 1 binder 1 cultivator some plows and 8 stacks clover hay Sale will begin promptly at 2 r M at the old place H miles from Lan caster on the Richmond pike Terms made known on day of sale CLARENCE McAFEE PUBLIC SALE As I have sold my house and lot in Lancaster I will on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1903 sell all of my tanning implements and a big lot of and kitchen furniture One old grand fathers clock keeping good time Sale com mencing at one oclock 2t Ansel George Son PUBLIC SALE determined to move to California Iwill on Thursday October i 1903 oil the premises about 3 miles north of Lancers ter near the Lexington pike sell to the high est and best all household and klteh en furniture and farming implements S Lend of horses 2 milk cows r head of htifers calves io sheep lot of shouts 1 new bug harness 1 spring w gouaboutl5 stands etc at same time sell my farm consisting of 120 Acres of Land Well Watered and in a high state of cntivation good lents on same consisting of dwelling house rooms 2 stories high user abun dunce of water on farm Good barn and all ne cessary outbuildings TERMS farm will be sold for cash balance in one and two years equal bearing per cent with a retained on the laud to secure payment On property 1I sums over 10 on of six months six per cent Interest with approved security LT PHILLIPS Aet Am Bourne Auctioneer W 8 BEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp l ana store Danville st That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for your work MN LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Incaster Kenucky POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law s f i comparaBle I numerous other I I feared entIre- ly F P Frls 1 mule grand o di llo a j o C 1 Faris I 51 53 i prosecute this realized substitutes are 4S i i by pear old tit 6 0 FARIS B a la z ey Vi whatever SFEmbry Ed Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lncien Perkins David Stephens Mrs NBAnderson Clay Sutton T TJ Broaddus J W BL Kelly Mrs JH West Mrs FM Farm L Davidson Jas B Henry W A Burton B J f fi J N Sutton Cl3eaaphill I Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson WMMahan B A Beazley Wmliear Alex West T A Lear B6btGulley W B Cook JS Daniels Hemphi Walden MOrandW F H r r t J White Mrs P D Gill yi ia i See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE FERTILIZER T B WftLKER SON Old and New r H u r y I t1 L ot Fal mers II t t ts L v s til r eax r 1 4040 0004444444440 O d44C4444 004044 GUANO 044444444CA 044404444 0444444 0044O v v v v v v vvvvv r SCHOOl r BH W Books v JVVJVViV iV FRI 8IE Supplies s MV M ROBERTS DRUGSTORE A Great Clearance Sale F 20 PER GENT REDUCTION M oo I I LEsl I Iv OCCfOOCC OW9oae aoeeC6i0i o VE Y We are detirmined to reduce stock and to hurry the matter will make a reduction of TWENTY per cent on all vehicles Remember I v this is for or good negotiable paper No Il old vehicles taken in this sale Come early K Rand get a Genuine Bargain I KENTUCKY SUPPLY co I Successors to Bruce IDanville Kentucky OO OOOOOO r O O 00i 0 Va6in6 0 Virus lIkioJ ofDisinfedants CASH 4 on 1 Bright e 0 B 0 6 0 9 9 9 0 9g 0tR v Drug tistore a ARE YOU SORE USE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded Itching Bleeding Ac Stops the Bleeding Allays all Inflammation It It K 100 At all good Druajrfrta ar Piles J 0000000 00000000000004v 1 It field aelyis 25c5Gct Bottles PUT ALL AROUND icJ kIi iI v k j i 3t r t ca i IT ro7 Iir p7 zwY V liliY A Fatten hogs with CORN Fatten Wheat with For best acres 15 For Second Best 10 For Third Best Raised with our Fertilizer Are your horses tired Has your wheat been poor Buy one of ourWheat Drills and a little Fer tilizer and see what a great change I Ii 15010 I I I I I I I I I I I I I c M F j i i FERTILI IZER N I i r Gossip About People N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by TKose Wz Art In Miss Arnold has been in Paris for a few days R H Batson is in Chicago buying fall and winter goods J M Logan is in the city buying and winter goods Banks Hudson was in Winchester business Mrs R Zimmer is in Cincinnati friends and relatives Miss Aggie Bourne entertained a few friends Friday evening Miss Mamie Cooney of Louisville is the guest of Miss Anna Dooley Mrs Lewis Walker is visiting her sister MrsMcDowell of Irvine Mrs J S Robinson has returned from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick Mrs Charles Reid and children of Middlesboro are visiting Mrs Mary ReidMr and Mrs J R Haselden are over the arrival of a little girl babyMiss Jennie Kavanaugh of Paint Lick is the guest of Mrs Arch Kava naughMisses Ann Hill and Fannie Henry spent Sunday with relatives in Bry antsvilleMisses Sallie returned from the cities with a nice line of fall millineryMisses Martha and Helen Gill left this week for Glendale where they will attend school Mrs Tom Adams and Miss Bessie Patton of Bryantsville were here shopping Monday Mr J F Hoskins of Pineville spent a few days last week with his daugh ter Mrs T J Hatcher Mr William West of Middleshoro is visiting his mother Mrs Jennie West Stanford avenue Mesdames D M Lackey and Dorcas Walker have returned from a visit to Mrs George Robinson of Stanford Mrs Fisher Gaines who has been visiting her parents Mr Theodore Curry and wife has returned to Dan yule Harry Philips who has been teat fa ing music in Owensboro is here visi ting his parents Mr and Mrs Lewis PhilipsMesdames William Burnett R E Elder F M Tinder ale in Paris attending the C W B M con ventionMiss Julia Reid who has been in Louisville for sometime under treat ment is very much better and will re turn home this week Mr Victor Lear Mrs Wm Lear Mrs J A Dudderar and Miss Bessie Yantis attended the funeral of Mrs E L Yan tis at Winchester last week Mrs Logan and Miss Ross have just returned from the East with a beauti ful line of milinery They cordially invite their many friends to call and inspect their stock London Alice Tur ner of Garrard is visiting Mrs John Pearl James Dean of Lancaster working in the Western Union in the absence of the regular operator Thi burnt wood work displayed bj Miss Bettie Anderson Saturday I ella fall Thursoay on rejoicing Tll1eft have McRoberts and DemocratMrs I visiting after noon at the W C T U building highly complimented Miss Anderson Is an artist of rare ability and her work has attracted a great deal of fav orable criticism The Ladies Aid Society will have an exchange at the postofflce Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Mr John Barton entertained a few friends at an elegant G oclock dinner at the Mason Hotel Monday evening Charley Doty formerly of this place mashed a finger so badly at Lexington that for a time it was thought to amputate his arm He is much better now and will only lose the gerMiss Norine Henry of the dress goods and cloak department of Apple ton Edge Dry Goods Co of Lexing ton has been secured by B H Batson to take charge of his dress goods and cloak department We congratulate Mr B in securing the services of such an experienced and efficient saleslady as Miss Henry Mt Vernon Signal E B Miller is home from Garrard Miss BlancLe Smith of Garrard is visiting relatives in this county Mrs D S Pur dom visited relatives in Lancaster this week A H Bastin of Lancaster and James Maret were in Lexington yesterday to attend a meeting of Kentucky Independent Telephone Association of which Mr Maret is sec tary The happiest set of youngsters we ever saw was the crowd returning from the picnic last Saturdaygiven in Mr Will Cooks woods by the members of the Lancaster and Hubble Chris tian Sunday Schools A most delight ful day was spent The editor was honored with an invitationfor which he was very grateful We had a call from Al Huffman of Stanford Saturday afternoon Al is one of the best hand compositors in the state When a little yellow hair ed urchin he stood on a soap box along side Capt White who learned him the trade He is running a farm in Lincoln nowbut frequently goes in and helps Ed Walton pull out Mr Huffman married Miss Daisy Burn side a former Garrard county girl by our citizens as one of the prettiest and most attractive young ladies in the county Would make Good Wife A Kansas girl who was about to graduate was given the theme Be yond the Alps Lies Italy and this is what she had to say I dont care whether Italy lies be yond the Alps or even in Missouri I dont expect to set the rivers on fire in my future career I am glad I have a good very good education but I am not going to misuse it by writing po etry or essays about the future woman It will enable me to correct the gram mer of any lover 1 may have should he speak of dorg in my presence or say he had went somewhere It will also come in handy when I want to figure out how much soap I can get for thr e dozen eggs at the grocery So I do begrudge the time spent in acquiring it But my ambitions do not fly so high I just want to marry a man who can lick any man of his size in township who can run an acre farm and who has no female relatives to come around and boss the ranch And I will agree to cook good meals for him that will not send him to an early grave and lavish upon him a whole let of affection and see that his razor hast been used to cut broom wire he wants to shave In view of all this I do not care if I do get a little rusty on the rule of three and kin dred things as the years go by was Mrand tl e not Nben necessary fin remembered CUT SALE QUEENSWARE I IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS FALL GiveUsACallPrices Very Low H M Ballou Son I JcSr Where Are You From The original mat from Missouri was a levelheaded citizen ready to believe and accept after it had been proven that Belief was before There great many others like him So you folks who are from Missouri literally or figuratively are invited to come We want to show you one of the nicest lines of fall goods you have We are especially enthusiastic about our new dress goods and mens ready to wear clothing It is not neccessary for you town for the styles for we have them and keep right up with them and the best part ol it we can and will save you money on the prices Come to see us R L Jennings Paint Lick 9182t MANSE Miss Jennie Kavanaugh has been visiting friends in Richmond Mrs Belle Henderson of this place and Miss Ella Dunn of Broadhead left last week for a visit to friends in In diana Misses Frankye and Bessie Doty spent Monday with their Uncle Bud Dunn who is very ill Miss Alice Henderson of your city was with Miss Alice Henderson a few daysMrs Sallie McCormack has been very sickMr R J Shely of Chicago has been the guest at Captain Dotys The Cattle Trade The Lexington Gazette in speaking of the sales of export cattle says The activity is the same which usually strikes the Blue Grass region this sea son of the year and the farmers are poorly satisfied with the values which herds are bringing Kentucky beeves last year at this time were worth about eight cents a pound in while this year they are bringing only five cents Some of the belt that can be secured are selling arounu 45 against 75 last year at the same time For that reason breeders have little Incentive to rush their sales and are holding witn greater than usual in hopes that the ad vance of the season and the foreign demand will enable them to dispose of their holdings at better values than they can now get The cattle raised in the blue grass region of this State are the most superior that exporters can secure as they make beeves of a superior quality and will stand ship ment with greater hardihood than the run of cattle purchased elsewhere A Womans Complexion It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the beau ty doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping the 1 i y e r healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood polution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches the purifies the complexion It also cures constipation hilliousness ner vousness 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 The Great Kentucky Futurity and theTransylvania There are no two trotting events that create much speculations arouse so much enthusiam bring so m my great horses or that owners desire so much to win as Ket tuckys Futurity and the Transylva nia the former for 81400 and the latter for 6000 By winning a horse at once attains prominence that else can give These famed events are both offered by the K T H B ciation of Lexington and will be contested during its fall meeting Oct 6th to 17th when 100000 will be in fortytwo races No event that takes place upon soil so deserves the patronage of Kentuckians as this trotting It has made the State worldwide fame it has widened the market for the States greatest industry itbrints more capital within its borders In teu days than any other industry Tbe meeting this fall will surpass that of 1902 and the high of sport demands the most liberal pat rbriage ever The annual be held at Lexington Oct Oth to 17th inclusive It justifiednot area ever toa Louisville persist- ency pronounced Feb s o Ass dispensed Kentucky even nee seen togo bigger enriching blood 04 together nothing meetI- ng order accorded will For Sale Several varieties seed wheat also and barleyH B Marksbury Son House and 26 acres grass Possession given at once For information phone 5 J T Palmer 9114t I Madams Harris and Duncan are pre pared to do firstclass work in hair dressing and give vapor baths and massage treatment Call at W C T U building between 7 A M and 6 r tf Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf Good family mare six years old Dr W S Beazley Holiday Our store will be closed October 1 Thursday on account of holiday The Joseph Mercantile Co Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats We will offer a premium of 10 for the best colt by Clay King to be show ed at Buckeye on Saturday Oct 3rd at We invite everybodyto bring their colt and get a fair deal Noel Burton Large sample room in the W C T U buildingfurnished with elevator tab els and telephone You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work is splendid a24 tf Property For Sale I will sell the Dr Herring property residence just purchased by me en very easy terms to suit purchaser Will also sell some splendid building lots adjoining as much or as little as you want these too on terms to suit buyer Hamilton 911tf Cat Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will pay charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honakcr the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 9 25tf FARM FOR KENT Fur Year 10O4 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 nine room dwelling house 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 I A Fine Opportunity I As one of the firm has decided to to the West we have concluded to close out our grocery furniture and undertaking business m this city and will sell the entire stock to a lump or close it out at retail at once This is the best stand in town and a most de sireable business Any one desiring to obtain a rare bargain and good will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall Osteopathy In Lancaster One word in explanation of Onto apathy It is the Daughless Science It treats successfully all curable Believes many other things that all other modes of treatment have failed to benefit We do not to commence treatment of case unless we believe we can give material benefit Examination and with out charge Sid Isbell D O Office at Mason Hotel tf Residence For Sale I offer 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 and finished In oak bathroom and all modern conveniences Good outhouses such as stable buggy house henhouse etc Splendid cistern Thirtyfive young fruit trees on premises 1 will sell at a bargin on to suit See BG or address 407 Fatherland St Nashville Tenn 94tf JH Patterson rye For Rent u For Sale 918tf Notice 2 p 2t For Rent JasI remove investment f diseases desire any situated Lancaster new Wards m hone consultation for terms purchaser m at as For Representative We to announce John O Bogie as a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Garrard county 9 D COCHRAN is a candidate for Bepresenative ol Garrard county in the next General Assembly subject to the action of the Democratic party at primary to be held Sept 26tn Your support is 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 the stable where I ear nestly ask all indebted to call and set as all accounts must be settled at once w H Ward 918 tf Seed Rye and Harley 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 fa G C Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf 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 R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Important Notice Town taxes for 103 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf Alex Miller has a splendid closed carriage which is always ready for those wishing to take the tramsdrive into the country or make calls Hu rates are very reasonable horses first class and service all that one could wish Ring up 122 Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Coal Coal Coal Austin eazley Bartons old stand carry stock of coal are correct what they will do for you ju10tf When you want to get your mon eys worth go to J T Williams buy genuine Jellico Coal the EastTen nessee that runs i cannel and the best that comes to Lancaster J T Williams Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson Eor Sale or Heat A valuable planing mill and coa plant Gallon VSLeavel a28tf WANTED Two good comfortable rooms for a period of four or fiv months Must be centrally located Apply at the Record office tf New fall dress goods arriving such asZebelines Serges Cheviots also Ox fords Madras and Mohairs for waists B L Jennings Paint Lick Boys dont buy your new fall suit till see ours you might be sorry f you do Jennings Paint Lick I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one whih 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 ol several years experance which is tt your interest J B Conn Bring old school books to us and excnange them for new ones adopted We have them in stock tf B E McBoberts I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ Best milk cow in the county Hatcher tf Representative- of I respectfully le I t an I se on hand at all t es ey bandit nothing but th est and the rice Ring up No5 a Coal oct 1 a 28tt you R L At Cost Per Sale T J are authorixed sec ant sour now Get Your Guns Rifles Sgle BarrelShot Guns Dble BarrelShot Guns Hammerless Shot Guns New Rival Catridges Repeater Cartridges New Club Cartridges Peters Arms Co Cartridges r Johnnie I I Gun I I lAir I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M i 0 lu KF K 1 Postle PostleoJ 177 l ter IY T r j Is my fortune said the pretty maid of the ballad It is a mat ter of history that beauty has been the only dower of many a woman whose name has become historic But on the other hand how many a woman of large heart and noble mind has been compelled to say My face is my misfortune There can be few greater misfortunes that can a woman than to have her face marred by pimples or other eruptions cause of these blemishes is found in an impure condition of the v if J u v n g IJdfllyCo tt I I Y 1 Yet3 lea pureDrentirely eliminates the elements which corrupt it It cures eczema pimpty eruptions brown spots boils erysipelas and other disfiguring diseases which are caused by the impure condi tion of the blood For about one and a half face was very broken writes Miss Carrie Adams of ii6 West Main Street Battlecreek Mich I a deal of money with doctors and for different kinds of medicine but received no benefit At last I read one of advertisements in a a bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Before I had taken one bottle of this medicine I noticed a taking three bottles I was cured I can well recommend Dr A Golden Medical Discovery to any one similarly afflicted Three times I have cured of erysipelas Lolita Mitch ell of 1824 Adeline Street Oakland Calif your Golden Medical Discovery after I had been under the doctors care found no relief The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit by the sale of less meritorious medicines He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets invigorate stomach liver and bowels i I scrofula I out s nt andobtained writesMrs i i t S a1 ORCHARD MANAGEMENT and Poultry Are Allowed to Hun Wormy Fruit Will Be j Hard to Find The subject of spraying using moth traps and any other means to produce better fruit is being discussed more and more every season Having secured several hundred trees which will soon be bearing I have been observing and learning everything possible on the subject and have conic to the follow ing conclusion Spraying intelligently done is the best method to pursue in order to have fruit free from worms scab or rust and rot but unless it is done rightly it is work and money thrown away Among the farmers or those who do not make fruit growing a specialty the operation is generally useless owing partly to machines and cheap materials used and improper more than 50 per cent beneficial or harmless insects and does not prevent scab and rot I have visited several orchards where these traps were used and invariably they have had the worst lot of apples that I ever saw The fin est fruit 1 have found in orchards where hogs ran and cleaned up all wormy apples and poultry was allowed free range One orchard which I pur chased had chicken coops under nearly every apple tree and out of twentyfive barrels of Grimes there were not over three or four of wormy apples and the same was true of other varieties but scab was very bad and had the trees been sprayed for that trouble I believe fully 95 per cent of the fruit would have been first class In every stance where many chickens were reared in the orchard the fruit was comparatively free from worms and hogs and poultry were al lowed free range the fruit was even better This plan followed for a single season will not give such results but should be followed every year so that the crop of codlingmoth will be less ened each season THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS lEMEDr f R INTERNAL EXTERNA USE RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHCEA- Aso ALL BODILY PAINS PRICE 5O CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE Co If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles charges prepaid for 9100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when r Hogs poor trapis adoptedby byexpr ss writing Where was ins i r the orchard is not too large and could be fenced and used exclusively as a poultry yard Guineas and ducks are even better than chickens at bug and will pay for their keep in this way Some crops such as cowpeas soy beans or oats may be planted for the hogs and poultry and without evil effects upon the trees In this way the orchard will be one of the most paying spots on the farm E B Davis in Prairie Farmer COVER FOR SAP PAIL Tke One Here Described Although Very Simple Will Be Found Very Effective During rainy and stormy weather in sugar season there is always a great deal of trouble from rain in the sap Some farmers have covers for their buckets which dispense with any de catching COVER FOR SAP BUCKET vices which may be suggested Among the many ways suggested the follow ing proves to be very profitable Take a piece of shingle about 14 inches long and onefourth inch thick round one end out to fit the roundness of the tree This may be done with a knife or small saw Then fasten a good stiff wire at the end rounded out for the tree with small staples or cleats Bend the wire so that itwill hold tight to the tree This will afford adequate shelter E A Hunt in Epitomist UaloiBK Glnenfc for Export Ginseng farming is to be tried in Indiana by a company that has just been incorporated The promoters think there is a great field for The export is now more than 500000 pounds a year The ginseng brings over six dollars a pound It all goes to China where it is a specific for all manner of ills The report of a United States consul to that country is to the effect that millions of pounds more could be used if it could be supplied The Indiana company to plar two acres and in a year it hopes to have its first crop A man it is said made 20000 on his first crop of an acre and a half of ground As an of the value of the root now it is said that seeds are retailing at five cents apiece while two or threeyearold plants come at a fancy figure The of the ginseng farmers will be watched with much interest Wonderful Cow A little fouryearold was taken on a visit to grandmamma in the country There for the first time he had a view of a cow He would stand and look on while the man milked and ask all manner of questions In this way he earned that the long crooked branches on the cows head called horns the little fellow knew of only one kind of horn and a few days after this information hearing a strange bellowingnoise in the yard he ran out to ascertain ita cause In a few minutes he returned with wonder and delight depicted on his countenance Mammal oh do out here The cows blowing her horns boardor business proposes Missouri ginseng experiment near were Now obtaining come evidence Truly mammal prronrra oooooaao ronnryd a POTTS BROS FLOURI 9 FEED STORE and EXCHANGE of and dealers in High Grade Floar and fcfeal Graham Flour Ship Stuf Screenings Wheat Rye Gate Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Seed Meat Flax Meal Fteld Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A jj and corn taken on deposit Storam block Da TiH T 1 See PEONS ii uusa W Manufacturers Corn Shells Cotton Seed Charcoal SPECIALTY Wheat 100nP I f Miss Mary 1 Preston is yucy ill at this G A Bruce spent last week with her daughter in Mercer Miss Mary Montgomery has been sick but is some better Miss Sallle Barker has gone to Da viess county to visit relatives Mrs J M Vanderpool will have on a nice line of millinery next week Mrs Thos Turner Is spending a few weeks with relatives at Middlesboro Mr Solomon Childers of Illinois is visiting his sisters Mesdames Lucy and Bettie Montgomery meeting will begin at Mt Hebron Sunday Sept 24th Rev Humphreys will assist our pastor Misses Hattie Duncan and Alice Vanderpool were the guests of Miss Jennie Montgomery Saturday and SundayMrs Dillard Brumfield and little daughter Mattie Ethel were the guests of their Alex Dean Saturday and Sunday The sisters of Mt Hebron church have completed a quilt for the benefit of the church which will be sold there Saturday afternoon afterservices The school at Sunnyside was sus pended last week on account of scarci ty of arrangements for water have been made and school will open again Monday Owes his Lire to a Neighbors Kindness Mr D P Daugherty well known throughout Mercer and Sumner W Va most lilkey owes his life to the kindness of a neighbor He was almost hopelessly afflicted with diar rhoea was attended by two physicians who gave him little if any relief when a neighbor learning of his serious brought him a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which cured him in less than twentyfour hours For sale by all druggists 1m The following taken from the Dan vile Advocate of last week will be read with interest by many Garrard county friends of the Barnes family Dr J C Bogle received a telegram announcing the death of Mrs George 0 Barnes at Sanibel Island Florida on the 14 inst Mrs Barnes is wellknown throughout the and it is with the deepest sorrow that our readers will learn of her death Mrs Barnes was before her marriage Miss Jane Cowan and her girlhood days were spent in Danville She is a sister of Mr Dud Cowan of this city and aunt of Dr J C Bogle In 1885 she was married to Rev George O Barnes the evangelist left immediately with her husband for the missionary field in India where they remained during the celebrated Sepoy mutiny After living there seven years where his children Will and Miss Marie were born Mr Barnes returned with his family to America on account of his Impaired health Throughout Mr Barnes evangelistic career which has occasioned several trips to and one or two trips around the world Mrs Barnes has been his constant and has taken part in thousands of his services She was a devoted Christian a kind and loving mother and has lived a truly exemplary life Her friends throughout Kentucky are numbered by hundreds As the conveying the intelligence of her death was only a short telegrm none of the details of her burial etc are yet known Her husband is at evangelizing in the mountains of Kentucky Backleas 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 26c at McRoberts druggist 1m Fight At Potts Mill near Paint Lick on the border of tbe MadisonGarrard line a fatal encounter occurred on Friday last as the result of which Stephen Whittaker was instantly kill ed and Ely Williams mortally wound ed by John Masters It appears from accounts that some difficulty arose Masters and Williams over the actions of Williams boys who Mas tees claimed threw rocks at his barn Hot words passed and Masters claims he was assaulted bvboth Williams and Whittaker armed with a knife and club respectively At the conclusion of the combat Masters was in posses sion of the field on which of the aggressors lay dead and the other faf tally Injured Masters immediately himself up to the and was brought to jail at Richmond A New Testimonial MT Lynch Editor of the Philips burg N J Dally Post writes I have used many kinds of medicines for coughs and colds in my family butnev er anything so good as Foleys Hooey and Tar I cannot say too much in praise of it C C J EStormes 1m A note drawn on Sunday is void Feet Swollea to Immense Size I bad kidney trouble could work says J J Val ley View Ky y feet were to MI iBUBenae rixe aad I was eoniaed y bed w d fbystclann give me any relief doctor anally ade a well out of C Jb im t i IIY 1Il MI liED rO writing Protracted motherMrs waterbut counties condition Barnes yesterday country companion message present lotion ABle between one Jersey i Cox j 0i I Mrs very Is T gave authorities Editors 1o bad that not of swollen Etc were unable Kidney Care wtIeh agar fie Jig BtOtplea a 7w Ea i r F1SI1TOWJ lticii n of 1IillaiUltiliIa Where Ieuule Have an Amusing 1ccullnrlty A United Status senator from an eastern state according to time Wash ington Post tells un amusing story about the residents of the northeast ern section of Philadelphia known as Fishtown Many denizens of this famous old location have a dialect strictly their own and intensely orig inal For instance many of them in variably sound the letter V where the letter V should be respected and vice versa Once upon a time a public man who had ben reared there was presiding at a gathering of citizens when a of wags who were present and knew the presiding officers peculiarity of dialect concocted a written sentence and sent it up to the desk to be read as a notice It was as follows Air Vanx clad in a velvet vest of which he was very vain after voting took a vine gar laden vessel to the Vine street dock for verification twig shrieks of laughter the tuna cent presiding officer rendered it in this wise Mr Winton Waux clad in n warts gated west of which he was wain after woting took a winegar laden wessel to the Wine street dock for werifieation FOR CANCER Great Promise of Permanent Care Held Oat In time Fiance Discovery Cancer proper has been generally regarded as hopeless Having how ever used the Finsen ray with good results in a case of cancer of the skin I decided in 1900 to prove its results upon the deeperseated cancer of the breast writes George C Hopkins in McClnres Here however entered a difficulty The Finsen ray has slight penetrative power The use of the Roentgen or in connection with the Finsen ray suggested itself The Roentgen ray has extraor dinary germicidal qualities but no curative properties Therefore to the germs I used the Xray which broke down the cancerous and killed the bacteria Then T used the Finsen tube to heal the open sore which resulted Under the double radial attack the area of ulceration quickly shrank and after several months of treatment disappeared That was two years ago there has been no return of the growth since Should the apparent cures of cancer prove permanent we must regard Fin sens discovery as the greatest miti pant of human sufferings since the first use of anaesthetics And in any case the future of the new science is glorious with hope THE AMERICAN LANGUAGE Plstinrtivp from the King English In Many Respects an We U e It It used to be considered a to ask a man whether he spoke United States said an English man at the Lawyers club the other day reports a New York ex change but there is in fact an American language distinctive from the kings English not only in id ioms and in the use of particular words but in the clipping of words to save time and breath On this side of the Atlantic one scarcely ever neon I have and you are You hurrying Americans say Ive and youre You shorten up can not into cant and your purest speakers use dont and wont and it is almost a universal habit among Americans to clip the g off word ending in ing Even your of English fail to sound the e in righteous and courteous and shorten knowledge into knoledge I recite scores of words that are practically shortened by a syllable in usage and as usage makes language you Americansaregradually construct ing a speech that is quite distinct from that form of English which Oxford and Cambridge are preserving with such 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 failing cure for Indigestion and and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure every thinK you eat tastes good and every bit of the that your food contains is assimilated and appropriated by the blood and tissues Sold Fris bie 1m I I WI J part Vinton variegated tome destroy tissue witticism university professors care I Dyspepsia by F P DIAL C1 the veer RAYS ray of Eating nutriment 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