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FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 1903 t J RECOItD- I rOUBTEENTH LANCASTER KY NUmJ 27 a 1CENTRAIAI THEl i YEAR 0f Local Interest Lay aside the old straw hat The dust has been knee deep j Better till your coal bin now as prices will be very high this winter Chestnuts will soon be ripe It isnt strange they come atsame time of elec tion The rabbit crop is unusually large The pattige crop is not up to the standard 150 round trip to Cincinnati Sun day This will probably be the last of the season About fifteen car loads of iron pipe have arrived for the waterworks and still theres more to follow A merchant told The Record that dust from the soft rocks on the Square would damage a stock of goods at least ten per cent a year It is frightful but water is in sight thank you Joseph II Arnold has sold his farm on the Lexington pike known as the Burdett Knob farm to Mark Goins of Madison county for 305626 Pos session to be given Jan 1 1904 Will Hit Lancaster Ton The Advocate says two Auditors Agents have been in Danville for a day or two making examinations of the records in County Clerks office The State officials seem to think that quite a lot of notes on land sales c have not been listed and it is not unlikely that a great stir will be created some time soon by the filing of suits by Au ditors Agents against persons who have failed to properly list property Were Glad to See Him The friends of Senator McCreary who are legion in Garrard were de lighted to see him Monday and his room was crowded all day by admirers who wanted to shake his hand and pay their respects No public man enjoys higher esteem or admiration of the public nor is any public man more justly entitled to the honor There is nothing little about the Senator and his loyalty to his party his devotion to his friends have endeared him to tne people irrespective of party affiia Lions Died lu Kansas City The many friends the family were greatly shocked to hear of the death of Fred Temper which occurred in that city Saturday As stated in this paper he had been ill with typhoid fever for some time but had recovered sufficiently to get out of the house In some way he suffered a relapse was taken violently ill and died Saturday The telegram announced his death and great sympathy was expressed for his griefstricken wife and children Mr Kemper was born and raised in Gar rard and no one stood higher in the estimation of our people The remains arrived here today and were interred n the Lancaster Cemeteay o f YE PLANT I THE W FOR THE WIDE WIDE WORLD SEED SEE THE IMPROVED Plain and Ferteuzer JRHaselden DRILLS I i J Mf rt f t SUPERIQI r TAXPAYERS 1NTERESTEB Move On Foot to Give Present Board of Councilmen Opposition Tile Peo Interests At Stake While every business man and citizen fairminded enough to look the matter from a business thinks it should not be done there is a general belief that the board of Councilmen will have opposition at the approaching Now The Record never lets its personal feelings creep into any thatgoes into its columnsand what we have had to say along this line is purely froai a business standpointand such we can see no wisdom but all folly in putting in another board It certainly is the heigbth of nonsense for a man to want to place the interests of the town in jeopardy simply because he may not like some member of the board of council and that from personal reasons The board is the only one the town has ever had that enforced the law property owners to build sidewalks in front of their premises It does not look well for a man to get his because he has been compelled to obey the law but that is not the The matter before the tax of Lancaster is simply this Are they willing to put the business of the town in new and inexperienced hands simply because some people have en mity in their hearts and bear malice toward officials who have done their sworn duty by forcing people to obey the law The present councilmen have given many days hard study to the water works question we believe more time than any other citizen would have done They have adopted a plan whereby the town will get a system of water works and the only plan the town could afford to adopt have made these contracts they have given much study to it they every detail and now are these men to be given opposition because some of the knockers who have always do now and always will oppose every move for the towns want to get in a little spite We think not in fact we know the present board cannot be but the looks of the thing the shortness the petty jealousy such a move is so contemptible that we dislike to publish the fact This matter concerns every taxpayer living in the limits of the city of Lancaster and if the people will only stop and the magnitude of the now in the hands of the present Council we believe they will and keep down the opposition now trying to be established by some of those who as stated above have been made to comply with the city or have some other axe to grind Its a business proposition as plain as the nose on a mans face and we do not believe enough people can be found who are willing to risk the towns interests by putting in a new board wholly unfamiliar with the matter now being carried out As previously stated the board is opposed by the blind tiger and the tigers have fared hard under the present administration some of the operators having had to pay stiff fines and serve time in jail and it is more than likely their knife up theirsleeve Must the board be given opposition because it has been the only one that took personal pains to see the local option law enforced Think of this its a proposition Ifofficers are to be given opposition for doing their duty things have come to a pretty pass While as stated above there are rumors of opposition we do not believe any good business man will consent to allow his name to be used in this way nor do we believe will any be found who will allow themselves to be used as a cats paw to assist in out petty spite Some say the saloon question may be at the back of the move but we know nothing of it if such is the case ranch Oratory The welkin was made to ring with democratic oratory Monday Large handbills announced the coming of some of Kentucky most gifted and a large crowd was packed into the court house long before the hour for the speaking Each speaker was loudly cheered and the crowd sat with patience until almost dark in the eloquent words of the speakers It would be folly to try to give a synopsis thereof in our columns Suffice to say that all who heard them felt that it was good to have been there and felt amply repaid for coWing to hear t etn The speakers were Senator James B Mc Creary Judge M Con Bell candidate for circuit Judge Hon Chas A Hardin candidate far Commonwealths attorney Cochraa Nominate The democratic primary passed off quietly there being no disputes or misunderstandings at any poll A fairly large of votes were cast but not so many as expected Mr Cochran received 500 votes to Mr Bo go under the rooster as the candidate to represent Garrard county in the next General Assembly Mr Cochran is a clean good man one who enjoys the confidence and respect of the peo pie The republicans have maiJe and we not hear of any pjoipeptlve p yet tn IV np I at stand- poInt yet present from business present requiring backup question payers They understand simply betterment personal defeated of consider business dIscoun- tenance ordinance present element backers havea serious many carrying orators drinking gifted C Sauney u percent gtes 313 and plea every election matter lilted Hon a the loaners name nomination can candidate a a will If of n FarrisHonored Gov Beckham has appointed Sena tor Geo T Farris of this city a to the National Prison to be held in Louisville Oct 3rd to 8th A wise selection and one that is appreciate by many people la an Egg The Records friend Mr Jas Clark who by the way is one of the clever est gentlemen in the county told us last week of an egg which quite a curiosity Mrs Clark broke the egg and inside was found another formed egg The shell on the inner egg was soft but the entire egg was perfect in every respect Invest at Home Property for rent is in great demand some money investor would build a number of nice flats he could rent them quicker than satan can scorch a Mr Stormes is constructing two suites of rooms and has already had more than a dozen applicants f01 them Money thus invested will not take wings and fly away Let someone try investing in Lancaster just to see how it would work County Court An unusuall large crowd was in town Monday Farmers complained loudly the drouth it appearing that the entire county has suffered greatly from lack of rain In seme localities stock water had given out while were short on drinking water Stock sales were exceedingly slow on thee other hand nearly every body wanted to sell something to avoid wintering it Somesales were made which are reported elsewhere in this issue Something Good to Eat Here is an unusually good chance to get something extraordinarily good to eat The ladies New Antioch church have decided to have an at the post office next Satur day afternoon All the good things to eat will be on hand and sold at low priers Heres a chance to get something good and at the same time help in the most noble cause it is possible to aid on this earth i the church A Good Appointment The Kentucky Exhibit Association has appointed Mr Edward H Fox of Danville official Worlds Fair for both Boyle and Garrard counties and Mr Fox is now at work securing attractive views in these two counties Kentucky exhibit at the Exposition says the Advocate He is taking pictures of all the hlstor cal points the school and college buildings the hemp and corn fields the big blue grass farms c These photographs will be attractively mounted framed and hung in the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair and in the different departments where Kentuckys products and are to be displayed Hitch the Old Plugs At one time the City Council tried to enforce a law nrobibitmg the of horses standing unhitched It did not seem to work well for some reason and was dropped But it cer tainly should be revived and every fined who leaves an old plug stan ing on the streets In the first place there are more old switch tail bony horses dragged about Lancaster than any town in the state The halfstarv ed critters are left standing loose on the streets and the least racket causes them to run off Its a matter of short time until some one Is hurt in this way If a man is too lazy to hitch his horse or worse than that too stingy to somebody to watch him slap a fine on Make them hitch the old bone yard Narrpw Escape Saturday night as No 11 was pun ing out from the Lancaster depot Billy Darst the gentlemanly and clever Batman went to swing onto the middle coach as is his custom helping passengers off and giving the engineer signal to start and just at that time some idiot who had no business on the train started to jump off at the same steps The knocked Mr Darst from his grip on the band holds and the clever flagman came near rolling under the wheels He secured his footing again and grabbed at the hind coach but the train had gained such headway he was dragged some distance before freeing himself and falling to the ground The train men did not see Billy and went on to Rowland It was a narrow escape from death and aU caused from the tboughtlessness of some scamp was where he bad no business There is a law against jumping on and off trains and if this fellows identity can be estab llshed he should be to spend a time astride a rock pile If Billy had been Injured ills many friends who witnessed the affair would have made it pretty the fellow who ed it Truth of the matter Is not half those who hang around pot have any business there and if vagrancy law is only unearthed tbe loafers could be kept away Its the towns place to mat tens The railroad company pays tax es just as other citizens and are enti tied to same protection People have no more right to loaf on a ran road company property than they have to enter house of a private citizen Policeman West has stopped some ta e Oftm loir w delegate Association Egg perfectly feather o f exchange remarkably photographer forthe resources leaving fellow a- very after win cans the pro L f was may hire fell leads honor the look after such the the of it but t4ere t u e r do a to w of is j BAND OF NOBLE WORKERS State Womans Christian Temperance ValoR Meets Here Today Many Prominent Poeple Present The State Womans Christian perance Union convenes in this city today and will continue until of next week Our little city has wide reputation for its hospitality strangers within its gates and now point to our citizens bearing out this custom more fully than ever before Our people are well aware of the noble and great work the is doing but they doubtless have not thought of the magnitude of the good being accomplished The organization does not exist only in the United States but the little knot of white ribbon can be seen in many foreign lands It will be well ones time to look at the statistics and read the history of this organiza tion as in this way you can better comprehend the vast undertaking The W C T U has made better than any other temperance and its success is due in a large degree to the dignified earnest manner in which the ladies go about their work There is no flourish of trumpets no proclaiming from the house tops its good deeds no high offices over which members can become involved in a fight but all work together in one sweet accord the sole object being the betterment of mankind the uplifting of the fallen and the general betterment of the communityThe not composed of but is made up ladies from every church In the local Union we have never heard of the least friction or unpleasantness creeps into similar bodies in country towns and we understand this beautiful spir it prevails in the order everywhere The members believe in living up to the biblical quotation it is sweet for brethren to dwell together in uni ty For the benefit of the The Record wishes to say that it is this papers firm belief that had not the local W C TU been ever on the alert taken personal steps and made personal sacrifices of labor and at all times stood ready for a fight to the finish Lancaster would today have saloons and the town be back into the rut of lawlessness and confusion for which she had so wide a reputation some years since We will say furthermore and more emphatically that to the due the praise for stamping out the blind tigeis The men bless their old hides have worked to bring about the reform it is true but had not the sweet wife the loving mother or sister been behind them with a sharp stickthe male population would have gone along with their business and cared little whether the tiger roamed at will The men as a rule care little what goes on so long as it is not their ox is gored But thanks to an Allwise Being the women ever lookout for the betterment of affairs and as stated above had it not been for their noble work and earnest we believe Lancaster would today be as she was some or twenty years ago when conditions we will not recall existed We refer to the above local to show what the U is doing all over the country and the meeting in this state is composed of just such earnest noble ladies as those who have accomplished so much good in Lancaster This is the meeting of the state organization delegates from each Kentucky Union being sent here Their work will as a matter of course be appreciated by all lovers of law and order and we believe that the reception the Lancaster people will give them will show the delegates how our people appreciate their work Several persons of National reputa tion are on the program and some exceedingly Interesting addresses will be made We havent space to go Into but print the program in full so our readers may know what Is going on each day Friday evening Welcome responses Presidents address Mrs Frances E Beauchamp Saturday afternoon Beginning at 330 parliamentiary meeting Subject Suffrage Miss Laura B Clay Lexing ton Saturday evening Grand G o Id Metal Contest a contestants Mrs Clara EBalcb of Louisville a gifted elocutionist will recite while judges are out Admission lOc Sunday afternoon Childrens at 2 p m Conducted by Mrs Nellie TAunspiger 3pm address by Col George Bain Sunday evening Address by Mrs Beauchamp subject Mission Work in the mountains of Kentucky A special meeting Monday will be free meeting on subject of Prphlbtion by Col Demaree Monday evening Address by Col George Bain Lexington Tuesday evening Address by Mm Luella Me Wblrter of Greencastle Ind former State President of W C T U of Indiana Morning meetings will begin at 93ft and continue through the dir The public is most cordially invited John Schooler one ot Lancasters most promlnent colored men died Styndaj and Tem Tuesday indications or- ganIzation sal- arIed T U is anyone denomInation somethIng which too frequently VisitOrs W C T U devoted prayers conditions W C T it irij rRIV 8 oJ an CT IIL worthy progress fifteen sobriety addresses meeting vas liQ l Time Typhoid This is the season of the year when tpphoid fever the most dreaded and deadly of all diseases is rampant Look to the water supply see that sanitary conditions are perfect fever is a filth disease and live where perfect cleanliness of premises and purity of water supply prevail Gods greatest blessing to mankind is health Filth is always inexcusable when it brings death to loved ones it is a crime Indian Arrow Reads Master Joseph Rogers has a box of arrow heads made by Indians and are quite interesting While playing on his grand mothers farm be found a spot on which he picked up possibly fifty They are perfectly formed some with edges as sharp as a The part to tie into the arrow is well made and the old chief who made them certainly knew his There are many different sizes ranging from threequarters of an inch to three and four inches in length The little fellow also found a great many broken ones and the supposition is there was at one time an Indian camp located on the spot In fact there must have been as so many fine specimens of the spikes were found They are all made of flint there being several different colors The spot is located near the Lexington turnpike in the town The handsome little fellow is very proud of his discovery cannot pocketknife business general outskirts- of for Typhoid f FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low g D L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney Law A- f for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 J A BEAZLEY GO o f Aft Life insurance policies bought OOC 0000000 00000000 0 Fall Season In Presenting for Consid eration our Claims for your patronage we beg leave to Where Are You Going To Buy Your Fall and Winter Dry Goods Millinery submit the following We have the largest the most complete and the best assorted stock of GENERAL DRY GOODS READYTO WEAR SKIRTS CAR PETS and MILLINERY any house in this section We wish to announce to our customers and the trade in general that our New Fall Winter Stock is now pen and ready for inspection We would be glad to have you call and see our merchan dise and learn our prices Our Millinery opening Sat urday Oct 3 THE Logan Dry Goods 60 tr W U U J90SI I Shoesand It tt t AI yN NlV 11JJIJ1JOf I r b i n- and I School Boys Sit Down Hard and Often No matter what a boy does he does it with a struggle That is why we 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 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 ever been our privilege to buy or sell Try a pair eff the best school shoes on the market T Logan The fC- tottfer W ofSnit Mad for Sdlloo1Boy exception o i 1 i W Price aid sRrC INwc e e have Special lilie h r fix P a dv the Habit Visit The Joseph Merchantile Co and Display of FALL AND WINTER MUKE on SATURDAY OCT 3 We have prepared a feast for all Never in all the history of Lancasters merchantile career has there ever been gathered under one roof such an enormous stock of Ladies and Misses wearables Everything is NEW everything of fashions latest conceit everything bright and fresh at prices to satisfy every purse DRESS GOODS of every immaginable weave and shade HOSE of the latest effects and truly reliable makes SHOES in the latest styles good warm and wellmade COMFORTS and BLANKETS CLOAKS for Ladies Misses and Children in the very newest styles and effects and a host of other good things too nu merous to mention On account of space we cannot quote prices but everything will be one price and that the very lowest possible Be sure to attend this grand display r whether you come to buy or not we want to welcome you and show you A Stock That Lancaster or Any Other City Should Feel Proud Of The JOSEPH MERCANTILE GOMPflNY t To l J In I FIRST t g X l 1 g r I I Get ri GRAND OPENING CSC o 0 0 0 o aoro oso 070 02 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Mail Matter I Lancaster Kg October 2 1903 Build a wall around Kentucky that would stand for centuries and her people should never want for either the necessaries or luxuries of life so prolfic is the soil and so adaptable to all an exchange a truth that none can question Here is the State which may produce everything that mother earth gives up to mankind The science of need seek no further to rer fect itself Carroll D Wright of the department of labor soon will issue two of those interesting volumes which he publish ed that will prove wages and living have advanced approximately the same or about 15 per cent for each The balance in the favor of the people is in the more general employment of laborand the less frequent suspension of industry Under the rigid rules of an increas fug number of employers the sober men will have jobs and money for a decent living but the dissipated men will have no jobs and no money The new order makes sobriety respecta ble President Roesevelt believes the first duty of an American citizen is unadulterated fealty and loyalty to the constitution and flag There is no better basis on which to run the great American republic A Chicago man by means of the X ray can turn pure white diamonds to black but people can save Xray ex penses by buying their coal direct Slander is a moth tnat eats holes in a good name cultivationremarks This is I agriculture MABKSBORY Mr Perry Tuggle is quite sick with appendicitisVictor is buying hogs in thi community at 4 to 5c per pound Kinnaird Bourne has sold his crop of corn to Victor Lear for 250 per barrel to be fed in the field Rev W M Stallings has sold his farm of 50 acres near Springfield county for 56 per acre Mr Fred Sutton came over from Lexington last week and rented his farm to Charles Burdett for another at year 350 Mrs Jack Naylor and little grandson ONeal Broaddus of McKinney were guests Thursday of H D Aldridge and family Mr T I Herring and wife and Mrs V M Rice and little daughter last week from a pleasant visit to relatives in Lincoln Mrs Rice Burnside and daughter of Danville visited in tbis community last week Mr and Mrs Jno Woods spent last week with friends in Jessa mineDr J H Durham of Bryantsville passed through Marksbury route to Barbourville where he was summoned to see his mother who fa very ill Madams James Hawkins and daugh ters Pearl and Mattie Mae of Wood lawn Nelson county and Frank Car ney and daughter of Mooresville Washington county have been visit ing relatives here Lou Billon ml Lexlngttfti One of the greatest attractions at the annual Trotting Meeting at Lex ington will be the attempt of the fa mous mare Lou Dillon to lower her record of two minutes That she will succeed in this attempt is almost and no true Kentuckian can to miss the opportunity of such an interesting and exhibition Halffare on all railroads during the meeting Otto ber 6th to17th i Washington returned Monday- en witnessing certain afford marvelous Eraqite and Marble We are at all times prepared to offer the buying public the beet in the market inthe line of Monuments Posts Coping etc etc Our line of designs are latest and ire can also prepare special ideas Presented our customers We quote the lowest consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any where Marble Works STREET i Headstone Marker price ariar o STANFORD BRYANTSVILLE C S Carrier of Madison is with his son this week Mr T B Mullens and wife are in Lexington today Miss Bettie Sparks is expected to visit friends here this week R H Ballard sold to Clayton Arnold a lot of butcher cattle at 2ic Dr Durham was called to Bards town to see his mother who is very sickMr and Mrs Eugene Berkle a number of their friends Wed nesdayMrs Emma Higginbotham of Lan caster was with friends here part of last week The primary election at this place passed off very quietly no excitement prevailed Misses Mittie Dunn and Carrie Boul den were among the shoppers at Dan vilje Monday Mrs Nancy Dunn after a protracted visit to London is now with the family of Mr Jack Dunn Hon Harve Helm was in town shak ing hands and getting acquainted with the voters Thursday Mr and Mrs Will Glass are in Louis ville this week where he is buying goods for the firm of Becker Glass Mrs Celia T Armstrong has returned from the city where she purchased a beautiful line of millinery Miss Ben nett will be with her again Mrs Jannie Brown an aged lady it85 years died Monday after a lingering illness of ten weeks Interment at Mt Olivet She leaves several sons to mourn her loss entertained 1 STONE C M Moberly is sick Miss Ida Folger is visiting relatives at High Bridge Miss Susie Naylor visited friends at Buckeye last week James Parks bought of L L Sanders one dry cow for 80 Miss Lena Covington of Jessamine visited friends here last week Cecil the little son of Mr and Mrs Wm Whittaker died Friday morning at six oclock of typhoid fever He was one of our Sunday school boys 0 how one will miss him in his class but the Lord knew best to call him to his home in Heaven before his precious soul was stained with the sins of this world He was laid to rest in the church yard at Scotts Fork We ex tend our sympathy to the grief strick en parents Kidneys When they are effected life is in danger says Dr Aberneth the great English physician Foleys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys C C J E Stormes 1m Agents are responsible to theirprin cipals for errors Never Ask Advise When you have a cough or cold dont ask what is good for it and get some medicine with little or no merit and perhaps dangerous Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar the greatest throat ana lung remedy it cures coughs and colds quickly C C E Stormes 1m a comfortable seat a good ingchair beats a throne all hollow Watch ta DAs the rook PKEACHEIISVILLE Born to the wife of Mr John Rigs by a 11lb boy Cummins of Stanford was with home folks here Sundav G A Brown and wife was visiting Mrs V Anderson Sunday Dan Hawkins bought two mules from J H Rigsby for 250 J B Holtzclaw and wife wns visiting friends at Lancaster Mrs Hattie Hutchlos is at Jellico with her sister who is very sick W B Bennett has been at Williams burg for a few days on business W H Cummins is enlarging his store house to make room for his new goods James Kennedy who has been in Indiana for some time has returned homeMr Joe Smith of Bradhead was visiting his daughter Mrs Jno Cress first of the week Mrs Dr Brown who has been with friends here for a few days has return ed home at Stanford Rev Philip Foley of Madison coun ty is here looking for a farm to buy and visiting his daughter Mrs Moore HutchinsWalker Bros was here last week buying hogs and calves they bought 30 hogs from J Cress and 20 from P Parrish for 5ic Rev R F Jordan and family have moved here to take charge of the Methodist church We extend them a hearty welcome There will be a protracted meeting at the Baptist church commencing noxt Saturday The pastor will be assisted by Bro Hewey of Stanford J F I Monday- I cheap for the next 30 days BUGGIES HARNESS 1RtMANS Farmers See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER oo yc a yo yo o yoo o ooooO T B WALKER SON Now is the time for We have a full line of Paint and all sizes of Glass Let us have business store EJ O l and I in Win ow I 2 4444444440444444444444444444444 III Painting t Pnttin Glass your T J fs f I AROUND l T 11 t b4LJ i iT lIiI i TALLPUT F- Z OVEN iT REFENCE Fatten hogs with CORN Fatten Wheat with For best acres 15 For Second Best 10 For Third Best Raised with our Fertilizer Areyour horses tired Has your wheat been poor Buy one of our Wheat Drills and a little Fer tilizer and what a great change I f Tll I I- i50J10 T r i I 1 a 1 ii hER i f see Old and New Books v Supplies DRUG STORE PUflflI CAT Gossip A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Art In Mr Carlton Elkin is in Versailles at Hon Harve Helm paid us a most pleasant call Monday Mrs J R of Covington is guest of Mrs R E McRoberts Mr J CThompson has returned from several days visit to Crab Orchard William Walker who has been west for several months is at home again Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus has been the guest of Miss Alice Walker Dr Isbells wife and son have joined him and taken rooms at the Mason hotelMiss Pearl Bettis of Lexington been the guest of her mother Ellie Bettis Mrs R H Tomlinson and daughter Miss Margaret were in Danville Fri day shopping Mrs J C Hemphill has been visiting her daughter Miss Theo who is school in Lexington Miss Julia Reid has returned from Louisville very much improved health and would be glad to see her patrons Hot W Con Bell honored us with an appreciated call Monday He was mingling with the court day crowd and fixing up his fences in the judges raceMesdames W Centre Fisher Gaines John Baughman arid Miss Nan Dunn of Danville attended the reception given by Mrs J Fleece Robinson Thurs day afternoon Mr and Mrs E C Walton and hand some son were here Monday Mrs W visiting relatives while her husband raked in the shekles for the excellent Interior Journal Miss Alice Walker entertained a friends charmingly Friday evening in honor of Miss Mae Robinson of Mar cellus Elegant refreshments were served and the evening very much eu joyedMr Ed C Hopper of Covington Saturday to see his sister and brother Mr Hopper who is secretary of the famous Latonia race track is widely known to the horsemen of the country and is one of the most popu lar gentlemen in the state knows Ed and has a good word for him He left Sunday morning and many friends regret his stay was too short for them to see him Mr Eugene Pearce of Springfield About People tendlDg school att- endIng n feN Everybody fount th h t where ass as Ohio and Miss Odellan McCarthy of Nashville will be married in that city November 4 Mr Pearce is the son of Dr E H Pearce of this city and bss located in St Louis for the practice of law being a member of the well known firm of Boogher Pearce Da vis Miss McCarthey is well known in Kentucky and occupies a distinct J place in Nashville society It gratifying to his many frlenf to learn that Mr Shirley Elkin has been promoted to the position of gen eral manager of the Hotel Middlesbo rough This is one of the most popu resorts in the South both in sum mer and winter there being a very large crowd there all the time The promotion is quite an honor for Shir ley but he is truly deserving of it all Pluck and energy will win every time Lexington Herald At a meeting of the Public Library Miss Anna Dil promoted to the office of first assistant librarian and Miss Eugenia Dunlap elected second assistant in the place of Miss Dillard The childrens class formerly in charge of Miss Dil lard will now fall under Miss Dunlaps supervision Miss Dunlap is a daugh ter of Wood G Dunlap the wellknown attorney About twenty applications had been received for the position and the trustees were in session several hours The LexingtonDemocrat sa s Miss Dunlap is peculiarly well fitted for the responsibilities of the station she will assume having a decided fondness for books and an acquaint ance with them which will now stand her in good stead She is one of the popular young ladies in her friends will all congratulate the trustees on the wisdom of their selec tion and wish her the greatest success in her vocation Mrs James Fleece Robinson held a very pleasant reception at her elegant home on Thursday afternoon in honor of the B B other friends The rooms were beautifully decorated with palms and flowers The round table with carved and beveled edge was adorned with a bowl of white and pink flowers Mrs Robinson received her guests wearing a toilet of white silk mull richly trimmed in lace In the receiving line were Miss Nannie Dunn of Danville Miss Allie Anderson and Mrs Centre of Danville Miss Edna Mason presided at table Mesdames A person Price Beazley Misses Sallie Elkin and Bettie Ander son graced the scene as aids The souvenirs of the afternoon were pink and white dahlias The menu of ices and cakes carried out the pink and white colors There was delightful music furnished by a local orchestra Mrs Robinson is an admirable hostess and understands the art of giving pleasure to her guests The guests were Mesdames J S Robinson Alex Robinson AH Bastin R McRoberts H M Ballou J F Lear J I Hamilton lIar lard was Lexingtonand cluband the frappe W S I CUT SALE QUEENSWARE If IN ORDER ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK FALL TOMAKE THIS Prices Very Low Give us J- HM Halloo Son i J W A Berkele J M Logan J EStormes Sam Haselden SO Den ny J B Kinnaird Curt Robinson Fisher Gaines and John Baughman of Danville Gaines W I Williams FPFrisbie J M Farra Louis Landram Mattie Duncan Ed Price Misses Mary Wpoldridge of Colorado Fannie Doty Mae Robinson of Marcellus Alice Walker Mary Gill Lillian and Grace Kinnaird Mattie Elkin Carrie Curry Nell Johnston Alice Marksbury Lizzie Brown Lizzie and Mattie Beazley Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is the attractive guest of Miss Louise KauffmanMrs Thompson and daugh ter of Lexington are expected this week for a visit to Mrs Fannie Farra We regret to learn of the illess of Mr Walker Baker our valued Wal laceton correspondent He is suffer ing from typhoid fever After a pleasant visit to home folks Mr Millard Wet has returned to his post of duty in Commissioner Yerkes office at Washington Capt Alex Doty entertained Sena tor McCreary Hon Con Bell Hon Harve Helm and several other promi nent men at dinner Monday at his hospitable home on Richmond street Stanford Journal Mr 0 T Layton of Garrard was here Friday to meet his wife who had been visiting at Lebanon Miss Isabel Walker of Garrard is spending the week with her brother Mr W 0 Walker Mayor Duncan today received a let ter from his son Edward Island Pla announcing the death of Mrs George 0 Barnes of that place The letter was written September 16 but had been delayed on account of washouts on railroads Mrs Barnes died in her chair where she had been sitting engaged in sewing Her son William happened to come to the room and found her asleep There was a calm peaceful expression on her face and no sign of any struggle Death came without warning As expressed in Mr Duncans letter to his father it was a grand and glorious ending of a noble selfsacrificing life Lex ington Leader The Danville News prints the compliment to a Lancaster boy Capt Wm H Collierson of Gen Dan R Collier Pension Agent has had his probationary appointment as Deputy Surveyor of Port of Louisville and Inspector Class No 1 Customs Service made permanent He began his probationary appointment six months ago being recommended by Col C M Barnett Surveyor of Port His duties will be to open all cars weigh goods imported and make other inspections Capt Collier is still un der thirty His home is in Lancaster He was a Captain of Volunteers in the Philipines where he had a good rec ord Luring his life he has had an adventurous and picturesque career the kind that novelists like to write about He has been ranchero a cowboy a tenderfoot a miner a busi ness man and a few other odds and ends in the whirligig of life The distinctive charms Stormes as a hostess were emphasized by the Military Euchre at her home Tuesday afternoon The superb rooms were sweet with flowers palms smi lax and flags On each table was the flag of a different country and the games were marked with small flags The Lost Cause won being the flag Misses Carrie Currey Grace Kinnaird Altie and Bessie Marksbury receiving the gifts The tally cards and souvenirs as well as the cakes and ices of the collation took this happy form The young women honored wen all facinating in the social world ant were gowned in beautiful style her through the various room were Mesdames W A Berkele Ophelii Dunn and Sam Wooldridge of Denver Col Mrs Stormes retains all that brll which has made social leader in Lancaster society The afternoon was voted by those present the most enjoyable given this season Millinery Opening at Noel Sisters Saturday Oct 3rd It Remember the Opening at Noel Saturday It Noel Sisters extend a cordial invi tation to every one to visit their store Saturday Oct 3rd It On Saturday Oct 3rd Noel Sisters will have an elaborate display of Pat tern Hats and millinery novelties It Dee Gulley showed us a pumpkin weighing 75 pounds raised by Fred Conn K FPostle E C RobertEmbry at Sanibel of E Assisting Uancv and wit herd SIs- ters I following Mrs J confederate 1Rtlilaer70pealar t These People Mean Business r I I I I I I 11111 I L I I I I I We carry the famous line of Hocker Bootees and Mason Shoes R L Jen nings Paint Lick o2tf Our assortment o Flannelettes Percales ann Outings is the prettiest we have ever The Logatf Dry Goods Co Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barleyH B Marksbury Son For Sale Good family mare six years old 918tf Dr W S Beazley Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats We have a handsome line of white and fancy vesting and mercerized ox fords cloths for waists Prices from 15e to 100 a 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Notice 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 2 p m We invite everybody bring their colt and get a fair deal 2t Noel Burton For Real Large sample room in the W C T U buildingfurnished with elevator tab els and telephone I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ Special Values in an all wool Ziber line cloth in all colors suitable for la dies suits and suits at the low price of 50c per yd Logan Dry Goods Co 2t For Sale Corn oats seed wheat and rye Marksbury Son Will sell at cost every day until sold out Reason for selling going West 925tf T S Wall with Stone Wall millBnrjr OpealBC We will have our millinery Saturday Oct 3rd Everybody Invited to call and see the handsomest stock ever brought to Lancaster Logan Dry Goods Co Town Property For Sale Desirable house and lot on Danville street Eight rooms good cistern stable and outbuildings H acres of land Possession at once Apply at this office 926tf The best place in town to make money Entire stock for sale 925tf Stone Wall You wear skirts to 10 The Logan Dry Goods Co To close out thepartnership ofStone Wall we offer our entire stock of groceries furniture etc at cost It you want a bargain call at once925tf We are pleased to inform our Gar rard county that our fall stock is in and up to date in every particu lar We have gleaned the markets for the best things and proud to say that when quality and price are considered competitorOur fine Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs Wall bought after the new ideal and we cordially invite your inspec tion Withers Furniture Co Stan ford Ky It Cut Flowers made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co we will on orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are gents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders for any de igns on the shortest notice Call us up we will telephone order at nice Phone 119 J C Lancaster 925tf A Fine Opportunity As one of the firm has decided to re to the West we have concluded o close out our grocery furniture and undertaking business m this city and vill sell the entire stock in a lump or lose it out at retail at once This is he best stand in town and a most de iireable business desiringto btain a rare bargain and will do well to at once Stone Wall Osteopathy Lancaster One word in explanation of Oste pathy It is the Science It treats successfully all curable Relieves many other things that all other modes of treatment have failed to benefit We do not to commence treatment ot any case unless we believe we can Rive material benefit Examination and consultation with out charge Sid Isbell D O Office at Mason Hotel tf We and have ever had Loipm Ju Several varieties of screened seed wheat for sale I 2t For Sale Go to I yard r 2t r ne of readyto prices nging from 2t Paper- c were I Anyone 9 25tf desire P o Bros I openin 10 S We have dove Investment disease wetPotts g You should see our handsome line 01 Full stock FallGoods such as blank a call R L Jennings Paint Licko2 Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Notice to Taxpayers State and county are 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 The Logan Dry Goods Co are special values In ladies Broadcloth 54 in wide in all colors at 89c yd2t Be sure to attend our ol cloaks skirts and and Saturday October 9th and 10th B L Jennings Paint Lick o2 tf Property For Sale Having bought other property 3 now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky Every thing new and in splendid repair For information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due 3 am always at Police Court room to re cieve them You make nothing bj delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson See our line of 36 in black Taffeta and Peau De So re Silks at 93c 125 148 and 200 per yard 2t The Lean Dry Goods Co Coal Coal Austin at Bartons old stand an stock of coal on hand They handle their price what they will do for you iu10tf When you want to get your mon evs worth go to J T Williams and buy genuine Jellico Coal the EastTen nessee that runs i cannel and the best that comes to Lancaster Williams ESeed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheal for sale Banks Hudson WANTED Two good comfortable rooms for a of four or five months Must be centrally located Apply at the Record office tf At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrej r Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last Conn Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I cm give you the service of a practical plumber ol several years experance is tc your interest J B Conn Bring your old school books to us and excnange them for new ones adopted We have them now in stock tf R E McRoberts Saturday Oct 3rd Is the day fixed bj law to bold election for trustees in thE various districts notices and poll sheets can be had by calling at the law office of Walker Johnson how ever 1 request the various boards tc hold the whether they get the notices or not 2t Mrs L L Walker Supt PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move away I will on TUESDAY Oct 6th 1903 at 10 oclock a m at the Loge Harris place two miles East of Lancaster sell to highest and best bidder the following 10 acres of corn 22 shoats weighing 125 lbs each 2 hogs weighing 300 lbs each 8 6 milk cows and calves two combined horses 8 and 10 years old brood mare 6 yea rs old 1 buggy good as new 1 set buggy harness all kinds of implements household and kitchen furniture no by bidding Terms made known on of sale JAMES G I will on Oct 7th at my Hubble sell all my personal consisting of furniture stock and crops Sale gins at 10 If you want uptodate millinery call on Miss Sallie We hay the best We take pleasure in informing oui friends of our of Fall and Winter Millinery next Saturday Oct 3rd The elegant stock we have is by far the handsomest ever brought to Lancaster We bought it give some rare bargains We tend a most cordial invitation to all to call and inspect our beautiful goods It Sallie D Tillett 25ctounderwearhosiery IiIII taxes nowdue fursFriday Coal Beazl car I nse at imes nothing b the tie d are corr Ring up and see Coat oct 1 J T a 28tf- J B 1 sow diYhome am W Y ex offering 1 Grand Opening and- o to Air Guns Rifles Sgle Barrel Shot Guns Dble BarrelShot Guns Hammerless Shot Guns New Rival Catridges Repeater Cartridges Cartridges Peters Arms Co Cartridge I I I I I Ij Get Your sun I I J r iJalnnio New Club aUuwI KF KF Postle Postle z 1 r y- f 4 F- PA y 7p y xrheYry 4t t 1 E Shopping is not always the amusing paragraphers would have us believe Many a women who must needs economy attends bargain sales absolute dread of the eager jostling crowd which she must encounter For her back aches at the start and she knows that she must for her shopping with a nervous headache Women who suffer from backache v headache nervousness and other of womanly diseases are S cured the use of Dr Pierces a Prescription This great med icine for women regular g ity dries enfeebling drains heals in sj flammation and ulceration and cures 5 female weakness wife Mrs Estes has been gj taking your medicine and received great S3 benefit it writes Mr Wm Estes of Springgrove Va n Was troubled ss with heavy bearingdown 6 pains severe pain in a wornout feeling all the time gj Tried all the remedies we could hear of ood we wrote commenced taking Prescription Took ten is in better before in a long time The dealer who offers a substitute fj for Favorite Prescription does so to gain the little more profit paid on the a sale of less meritorious medicines j Dr Pierces Common Sense Med ical Adviser paper covers is sent free j on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to j pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y 2mSSSS5i S 1 rrm 1rr kdt J tIJrWq 1f V jWI fJJOIN JUTt pastime for women which newspaper practice Favorite but they did no wife Favorite S c i y J 1 in consequences e tom nd Land Stock Crops Forest Robertson of Waddy Ky sold to Shelby Harbison Co of a six year old marc by Chester Dare for 500 J R Hughes of Chaplin Ky sold to Mr Whittaker of Tennessee 26 2year old cotton mules at 88750 per head Charles Spalding of Nelson county sold recently to parties in Washing ton county a 3yearold mare mule 16 hands high for 190 Kentucky cattle are menaced with an infection of Texas fever which made its appearance in Carlisle in the extreme western portion of the State Already 14 deaths have been reported Quarantine has been establishedPossibly the largest litter of pigs ever born to one sow is that reported on the farm of Dick Rose in Fulton county The sow gave birth to 17 pigs the largest number on record in Kentucky The pigs are all well formed and healthy The average number of pigs at one birth is ten Mr Noel of Franklin county sold 78 head of cattle averaging about 1350 pounds to W S Weil at cts Woodford Sun John Tarr sold Monday to Jesse Turney his farm of 120 an acre cash Robert Metaer sold to Claude Spears 50 tons baled hay at 13 per ton at M Layton sold to Jack Sullivan 25 head 1450 Ib steers at 4 75 18 400 pound at same price to Mr Kemp er 20 1435 pound at same price Bourbon News M 0 Hughes of Warren to Smith Chambers of Shelbyville tMO registered Polled Angus cows for 550 1 will on Oct 7 at my home near Hubble sell all my personal property consisting of household and kitchen and crops Sale be gins at 10 a m W Y Currey i Lex- Ington county C f delivered Hutchinson W to Mr Shanklin 1 furniturestock h R d If your Druggist have not got Dr 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 A very large crowd attended the Owens sale at Camp Dick Robinson A bountiful dinner was served and good prices prevailed hemp in the field brought 1415 per acre uncut Hogs sold for 475 cows brought from 25 to 35 One fine mare sold for 150 and another one brought 75 Two yearlings brought 56 and 52 respect ively For a pleasant physic take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists 1m Sam K Hodgkin bought this of 50 cattle weight 1156 pounds at 3Jc of John Stewart 15 heif ers 710 pounds at 2 to 3Jc 148 fat Save Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W 1C Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all oth er had failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful and to day she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth for Coughs and Colds 50c and 1 bottles guaranteed McRoberts Trial bottles free 1m Take a man by surprise and he in stantly developt unsuspected resour ces for escape from censure Be Learned m Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said to Mistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the same thing over and over again John Wesley because once telling is not enough- It is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Chamber loins Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to result in pneumo nia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For by all druggists 1m sheep of Howard Hampton weight 114 pounds at 2ic 45 of similar of Hart Robinson for 2c and of A C Piersali 28 heifers 850 pounds at 275 to 285 Following is some of the stock sales made Monday Terhune of Mercer bought 40 mule colts at an average of 40 Fox Bright bought 17 aged mules at 100 to 175 Lauber of Pennsylvania bought 27 yearling and twoyearold mules at average of 75 Col Burton bought of Doc Lee- a saddle horse for 175 Jim Hamilton shipped a car load of good horses Tuesday Do Good ItPar A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are persons in this com munity who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few dos es of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your and there is no danger whatever when you use that It al ways cures Iknow it for it has helped me out many a time Sold by druggists weeks H A Rogers medicine Infallible b y I I character Billy deedssome medicine sale lm n n t nie all POTTS BROS FEED STORE iJT and EXCHANGE Manufacturers and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Bye date EXCHANGE BUSINESS A and taken on deposit Storoee Dtaville are 100 Tifeai oooooooooo ooooooooooot LOURE E I CottonSeede SPECIALTY E Wheat tI E Corn corn block tPHONE l s- s w JJrChoriQ3 Jliifur youtsi ronl qu hero tliiK weak ioaliuc lsl of tha toil mull routes in puunty In order t prevent spocpla on been the ease heretofore has ruled that all Bid ders must live on or adjacent to the route they bid on and must agree to perform the or at least give it personal supervision This nil ing shuts out the sharks who often live a thousand miles or more distant and who have never been over the routes bid on Bids to be made before 1st Postmasters have blanks and copv of all information pertaining making bids and and requirements of service Ten routes in Garrard to contracted for Point Leavell to Hammack Lancaster to Nicholasville Brvantsville to Buigin Lick to Cartersville It is not contemplated that any change In the present routes or of delivery will be made The sole to do away with the mall route have made fortunes out of these contracts and permit the residents to make the profit the new plan will give one great in the fact that anyone living on the route traveled by the mail may put up a mail box on the road and have his mail delivered and taken up the same as in rural free delivery It would be even bettes than the rural free delivery from the fact that the carrier on his return trip would take up the mail again thus permitting of letters being answered the same day as received The plan is a good one and it is hoped that bids will be offered freely by our people Postmaster will gladly give any desired informa lion on the subject PUBLIC SALE OF Stock Crops Per sonalty c Having sold my farm I will at my residence 1 mile West of Camp Dick Robinson in Garrard county Ky Expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder all of mv Live Stout Crops Personally Consisting of the following 100 head of Cattle 60 head of horses and mules 50 head of hogs The above stock of 12 head of 1 100pound feeding cattle 8 head of yearling cattle 30 head of milk cows 12 head Polled heifers 1 Polled Angus 10 of butcher cattle 20 head of calves Horses and Mules Fifteen head extra yearling mules 8 head of extra work to 7 years old 6 head of 2yearold mules 5 mule colts 1 pony mare and colt 4 jennets 12 head of Brood Mares including dam of GYPSY QUEEN with colt at her side which is a full brother of Gypsy Queen ELLA C with colt at her side by Montgomery Chief and several other fine bred saddle mares and good producers also several nice driving mares and geldings LADY SON the fine 2yearold a full of Gypsy Queen One 3YEAROLD FILLY by Alliewood very fast Farming Implements as follows Four 2horse wagons 3 corn planters 2 binders 2 mowers 1 drill 30 Hemp Brakes Two hay rakes 1 tobacco setter 10 000 tobacco sticks plows harness c of all kindsAlso Vehicles Consisting of carriage with pole and double harness 3 1 dump cart Saddles bridles and single harness Also one full set of blacksmith tools and the following CROPS 150 barrels of old corn 50 tons of hay 20 tons of oats 25 acres of growing corn 16 acres of hemp in shock 4 acres of sorghum in shock 10 acres of tobacco in barn 225 bushels of extra seed wheat of late importation Household Furniture All my household furniture of several bedroom sets 1 set of dining room furniture 1 silver chimes organ carpets chairs c of every description Terms Made Kaown Day of Sale Sale begins at 9 oclock sharp i js DUNN Oakland Stock Farm DANVILLEXT c a a 1 u IIi has the their they Dec to county McCrearyLancaster BuckeyeJudson BuckeyeSweeney Is speculators advantage carrier Live PriaayDctl6th c consists Angus mules5 LA timothy consisting u J Ii ez titJ JI ij i j8ntregisto ft 1 liar tips department service ti vtho lac Howev W bullhead sis W 8 BEAZLEY G c ears FAlIBY- 1Dentiste Oe aver spe niece s mea alter a VVblh o a i J C Muuqt of TiiretiJliij tiny N Y ran a tea penny Ihrqij li tho fleshy part of his hand thought at once of all the pain and Kureiins this would cause me he says and immediately ap plied Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my sur prise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all druggists 1m They Are Expected If a newspaper man knew how ma he receives behind his back he would find another calling says citizen the other day savs an ex change He was mistaken The man who succeeds expects to be maligned by every law breaker and hypocrite every carping and every lover of notoriety that is Ignored and in fact all persons who do not agree with him on pUblic or matters The newspaper man who expects through life without being and unjustly censured should make arrangements to die young or quit the business Confessions ofu ITlest Yellow Jaundice I consulted a of physicians and tried all sorts medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by McRoberts 1m Man and Woman A man will run as fast as he can to cross a railroad track in front train Then he will watch it out of sight Then he will walk leisurely away He seems to be all right and probably is That saysEmpotia Kan Gazette is a man A woman in a street car will open a satchel and a purse close the satchel and a dime and close the purse open the satchel and put in the purse close the satchel and lock both ends Then she will give the dime to the who will give her a nickel back Then she will open the satchel and take out the purse put in the nickel close the purse open the satchel and put in the purse close the satchel and lock both ends Then she will feel for the buckle on her back and give her hat a yank God bless her IIU House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guar anteed t o cure 25c at Mclloberts Drug Store 1m Remember This Young Man Young man did you ever put your arms around your dear old mother who has loved and cared for you and tell her that you love her and are grater ful for the tears she has shed and the prayers she has offered for you SJie may think that love her without you assuring her that you do but it costs you but little effort to tell her and your words may bring more joy and sunshine to her heart than you ever dreamed of Some young men will pay two dollars for a livery rig to to ride three hours with a seventy five cent girl and tell her all the nice things they can think of that are true and more than are not true and dont spend five cents or five minutes in a year to show their old mother that they care anything for A Letter Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured m e Its the best Salve on earth 25cat McRoberts Drug Store 1m Altering a note in any manner by the holder makes it void Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutues C C J E Stormes 1m ftiM1f tt j t nyknocks newspaper swindler crit- Ic private to- go misrepresented 11 writernum- ber o medicine Only 50c I t of a takeout takeout conductor Qro e Into was I herEx I If FMt rnitY N9131hrnlltt tr unit I you Love m t I nKHNA VISTA W T Jung sold a burch of hogs to A enterprising blncl1 amitU has returned fruij Petoskey Michigan Mrs Elizabeth Wilds and son Welch of Nicholasville visited relatives night and Sunday Miss Margaret Hackley of J Academy spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Sarah Hackley The monthly business meeting of the Prohibition Alliance will be held Oct 8 A debate Which is the whisky or gambling is be an Interesting feature All are invit ed to be present Mrs J B Skinner of Jessamine In stitute was the guest Sunday of Mrs WTKing B F Perkins of Middlesboro has announced the engagement of his daughter Mary to Dr Brochers of that city Miss Perkins is a former resident of this place and a granu daughter of Mrs Margaret Robinson Many hearts were saddened Monday morning to hear of the death of Sirs Jane Brown Mrs Brown received fall several weeks ago from which she never recovered Spent Than W W Baker of Plainview Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen years She tried a number of doctors and spent over 81000 with out relief She became very low and lost all hope A friend recommended Foleys Honey Tar and thanks to this great remedy it saved her life She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse C C J E Stormes 1m Residence For Sale I offer for sale my residence situat ed in Lancaster on south side of street lot running back 490 feet to the L and N R R This is one of the best built houses in Lancasterncw and finished in oak bathroom and all modern conveniences Good outhouses such as stable buggy house hen house etc Splendid cistern young fruit trees on premises 1 will sell at a bargin on terms to suit chaser See Ward or address 407 Fatherland st Nashville Tenn 9 4tf X H Patterson Signatures made with pencil are good in law German Syrup We want to impress on our readers that Boschees German Syrup is pos lively the only preparation on the market today that does relieve and cure consumption It contains thespecifics such as pure tar extracts of gum etc which have been so highly endorsed for the cure of polds 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 druggists 04 It is difficult for a man to decide when he will cease to bo middleaged When a man is accused of leading a dogs life it may be an insult to the dog 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 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 by keeping the 1 i y e r healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood polution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also cures constipation biliousness net vousness and sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been know to cure the most pronounc ed and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists Feb 04 l t r r I D ac J fficntt Saturday Georgetown greatest evil a r More 1000 substitutes Richmond R G meat I I I enriching accomplished Induces Scott at our and C Thirty tit a lead coughs refreshing e Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTONST- AKES SB100OQQ PURSES I October6th to 17th Grand ConcertsDaily I 20OOO Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3QOO Tennessee 3006 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OmR GRAND RACES tbi Bmtist Prelim Ew Half Rates on all Railroads ft C ESTML PTMHiat SwNtary i i W Of e sni t cuN AI lit CALL on wsrrc ron ruu isronuATion EXPERT AGGOUNTIK6 BEPARirai JK SM MANAGERS ARE YOU SORE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded SUN GHAfi G Prickly Heat Sold only in tic SOc 100 Bottles At good Druggists IsT 23 W 1 Arriving Daily J Handsomest everbrougtto Lancaster S4 J xxjK S f LEWIS Y President J S RomxsoN Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS fioooa B F HUDSON Cashier W O KIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK 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 50000 SUKPLTJS 10000 A R DEJJNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird fi 4 Ird i C t r p rJt 2lQ7 i mloYi Md I f UnIon 3 SIXTH AND DHnes CollegerIALY STREETS E G ar mph BURN CoolsIt MILLINERY 000D5 ISALLIEO TILLT S W LEAYELL i i O O O O 000 O O O O 00000 O I493 2 Etfw aaic trak a tv ii eiti uoccc6 d 1I1 Ha1lti i LOll ECiidllo a IlLEKYI U l t t all 0e Q 0 6 0 0 9 0 0 e o00000000000000000 00000000000oooooa KODOL digests what you eat KODOL cleanses purifies strengthoni and sweetens the stomach KODOL cures Indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles KODOL the action of the gas trio glands and gives tone to the digestive organs KODOL an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL ls the wonderful remedy that la making so many sick people well and weak by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2X times tho total size which sells for SOc rmutd fay tyE C DtVITT 4 CO COICAM Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled it OTTSUMPTIOX A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it falls Trial Bottles free KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis CniCVC KIDNEY ij or refunded Contains 10 remedies recognized by emi nent as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles s I I accelerates relieves Icon- tained Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For Price gfg 50 100 erica CURE 11 urllllR Rs PRICE aM SA on and t afls 5k DRPIERCES MEDICAL INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Comuticut German American PllOnix of Brooklyn Milwaukee merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North BrItish Merchantile Aetna Lifelns Co ofEartforlCoDD For Richmond Winchester No10 J ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia 514 AM na Paris Carlisle Mays COy CinCinnati etc f For Stanford Junction Leba No21 non Louisville Crab Orchard Me AM1 Vernon London Cor Middlesboro etc NoL For Richmond and intermediate2SOFX tions NoU For Stanford and way stations 6rM i Trains run daily except Sunday Above isLEAVING Nos 10 11 stop at all when flagged Dm CfiVrERYFOR THE LOORJIVERLUNCS RKINNAIRD FoIIowin Companies Time o Leave in effect tngton bin J I f oreSOll ill I Lancaster Nov 16 alai i