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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x v F THE CENTRAL RECORDfOUKIEJKSin YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 19031 f J w f NUJJlDl C 1 I Y Of Local Merest Pumpkin pie is A good rain fell Sunday night and J Monday i The small boys hands are black with wanut stain A big crowd took in the Cincinnati excursion Sunday The engines for the waterworks arrived last week and will be placed in position as soon as the building is com pleted The latter is located just the dam and is being made of brick Teacher Money Mrs Walker comityjSiiperintendent tells The Record that twenty per cent of the teachers money will be ready Saturday Oct 10 This will be paid to those haling their report in the ot lice lie colored teachers institute is in session at the court house this week with a large attendance Much inter est is manifested and the singing at opening and closing is exceptionally line Prof J A Murrel of the local school is presiding over the institute Deserved Tribute During the meetings of the W C T U Col Bain of Lexington delivered two addresses which were greatly enjoyed by as many people as could pack the Christian church Col Bain is one of the leading speakers in the United States and a very deservedly popular gentleman In his address Sunday af ternoon referred to the many people Garrard county had pro duced and spoke especially of the la dies Among the number he paid a beautiful tribute to Miss Christine Bradley closing by quoting from his speech in presenting the silver service to the battleship Kentucky these wordsHeaven bless Christine Bradley Who by her example said I christen thee Kentucky With water from the spring That enriched the life of WiJh prayers of woman true That wine the curse of sailors May never curse your crew I christen thee Kentucky And may this christening be A lesson of safety ever To sailors on the sea When he mentioned her name the applause was great and when he used the quotation above the handclapp ing continued for some time Miss Bradley is very dear to Lancaster peo ple her old home and no one enjoys more sincere wellwishes that she below int singI r riper i t I proa nert WE PLANT THE SEEDFOR WIDEWIDE WORLD SEE THE IMPROVED Plain and Ferteuzer IRiHaselden SUPERIORI DRILLS a Back Tobacco Grower J The Security Warehouse Company of New York has offered to finance the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Associations scheme to the extent of 10000000 The scheme is to control the sale of the entire production of Burley Played Hall Here Many Lancaster people will remem bar Howard Eustonville ball rlayer who played here during the Graded School tournament Last week Mr Camnitz was signed by the Pittsburg National League team to pitch there next year He is a of Col Ed Hopper of this cityand young man of splendid moral habits His home is in Hustonville Didnt Know How A certain Lancaster man at whose home several W C T U delegates were being entertained almost starved as he remained away from his meals be cause he would be expected to return thanks at the table His name will be printed in next issue of this paper Last Sermon Rev J E Wolford preached his last sermon at the local Baptist church Sunday and left Monday for where he will determine as a call to California Ills will leave in a few days The church has not yet decided as to who they will call but a preacher will be secured at an early day Garrard County Teachers The Garrard Teachers Association met at Cartersville Saturday Quite an interesting program was carried out and to Mr Ledford the president was due the success of the meeting Several teachers were absent to attend the funeral of Mr E W Baker on whose death the following resolutions were That the teaching corps had no more beloved teacher in its ranks 2nd That we have lost one of our most cllicicnt teachers and faithful friends and tnat a copy of these be sent to hi bereaved family Mrs Galley Secty Pretty millinery The weather was most too warm for the openings of fall and winter mil linery last Saturday but a good crowd came i n anyway and the different establishments were crowded all day We have never heard so much favorable comment as was made on the stock this season the ladies seem ing delighted with every they saw The local dealers have brought on the best the market affords and nowhere can better styles be found The prices this year are remarkably low and you will make a mistake to purchase a hat before you see the many beautiful ones now on display at the Lancaster A Wonderful Mare Our countryman Mr George B Rob inson is being congratulated on the wonderful record his great Mare Ves ta Dare is making She has made seventeen shows this season and won sixteen first and one second premium These have been made at thb leading fairs in the state the State Fair at Owensboro and the Louisville Horse show so you will see what company shes been in She was taken from the State Fair to Louisville Horse show and there won first in her class and third in the walk trot canter class The Louisville Horse Show is said to have peen the best America has ever had She is two years old and sired by that great sire of saddle horses Ches ter Dare dam by On Time She was handled by the expert trainer Sandidge of Lincoln county Horse men say her equal cannot be found in Kentucky nor do we believe there is another like her in the United States These honors have been won in the saddle harness and model rings Gov llrailley Seriously 111 CourierJournal Former Gov W 0 Bradley is confined to his home and his physician is of the opinion that be threatened with typhoid fever For the past six weeks Mr Bradley has been complaining a chronic bowel trouble with complications having given him the most trouble For four or five days be has some fever and while it has made him feel ill at times it has not prevented him from getting down to his law office and transacting business Sunday his case took a sud den turn for the worse and he has been confined to his bed ever since Mr Bradley was at first under the that he was suffering with a touch of malara and this may yet turn out to be the case though the symptoms now indicate typhoid Mr Bradleys friends are alarmed over his condition though the tioctor said that he did not believe there was any great cause for fear The former Governor has always enjoyed splendid health and even though his illness should de velop into a case of typhoid fever the physicians who have attended him at various times are of the opinion that his constitution would be strong enough to resist the attack Mr Brad leys in behalf of Mr in the Republican race for the gubernatorial nomination is believed to have aggravated the trouble from which he has been suffering Some scoundrel stole about twenty five nice chickens from Captain White Tuesday night The captain was seen buying buckshot Wednesday Camnltzthe nephew Louisville toac- cepting family passed1st resolutions establishments C T is ad Impression A E To exertions Wilson S The Ladies Aid Society will have an important meeting at Mrs Jennie Wests Saturday at 230 oclock All members will please be present The annual election of officers will also The Crescent Comedy Company or Hawthorn Sisterswellknown and re membered here for their splendid in the past with rare song and dance will DC at the Court House October 15 1C and 17 If tile Farmer Struck Suppose the farmers of this country should decide to stop the plow and hang up the hoe year what would be the result Misers may hoard their money and create a panic the miners may go out on a strike and produce a coal famine the may close his factory and cut short the supply of some important article of commerce the oil king may plug the oil wells of the United States and of the world and in spite of all these calamities the people would find some way to get along But let the farmers of this country go on a strike for a year and see what would happen Earlington Bee Good move We heard many compliments passed by the W C T U visitors on the pretty decorations in the windows of many Lancaster business houses Some were fixed up in splendid style and many pretty designs made Sov eral had large hatchets worked in as a compliment to Mrs Nation we sup pose while all bore the words W C T U We dont see why merchants do not fix up their windows all the time It is not much trouble and adds greatly to the appearance of the store The people look upon a store with dirty show windows as they do upon a store whose advertisement does not appear in the local paper that is Pretty short and behind the times please Death or Walker Baker News of the death of E W Baker which occured at his home in Wallace ton Friday was a great shock to his many friends The Record received a note early last week announcing his illness but we later heard that he was better He attended the institute here only a few weeks since in best of health but on his return home typhoid fever which caused hIS death The people of the county are so familiar with the many sterling traits of Walker Baker that it is for us to here attempt to repeat them A true Christian a noble and an honest citizen were some characteristics which made up the man who will be sadly missed by those who knew him best As a he had few equals and his presence as stated in resolutions elsewhere in this issue will be greatly missed He was a good friend to this paper and a personal friend of its editor To the griefstricken family we extend our deepest sympathy No Show For Drinking Man Somerset Journal Is the Southern Railroad going to build a large hotel at Somerset for its employ That is an unconfirmed rumor The stringent rules adopted by the Q C regarding the use of intoxicating liquor among its employees is a ot much interest in railroad An order was recently put in force here and at Ludlow which the calling of any of the to service from a salpon or any building near a saloon So rigid was the order that an employee cannot board in a hotel where intoxicants are sold Any employee seen coming saloon is as good as discharged for such has been the fate of all trainmen seen about such places The this new departure has been the ground of many conjectures The common talk among the railroaders is that the Company will build three large hotels on tho road for the of its men and that one of them will be built here x beheld attractions I for a manufacturer Welcome contracted useless gentleman teacher circles trainmen from- a outcome- of accommodation good Show specialties Cincinnati subject prohibits SUCCESSFUL MEETING The W C T V Closed It Sessions In City Tuesday Night Now OfllcerM Elected After a most interesting and session the state W C T U closed its annual meeting in this city night The program in last issue of Tho Record was carried out to the letter and the delegates spoke of the meeting as being very beneficial in every way The address of Mrs Beachamp giving a synopsis of the past years work was read by that lady at the opening meet ng and was highly satisfactory to all The address of Hon Geo Bain Sun day afternoon was one of the most en lovable features and the audience packed the Christian church many being unable to gain admission The gold medal contest Saturday night was largely attended and a splendid contest given The handsome med al was given Miss Lou White of Fay ette county We regret that lack of space forbids our going into a detailed account of the meeting but our friends the advertisers are wedged in to every corner of The Record this week and it is absolutely impossible for us to print report of each transac tion However most of this work was routine and as all the delegates were there they are familiar with what was done The reports from dif ferent committees show some remark ably good work during the past year and the liberal subscriptions from dif ferent parts of the state show the great interest the ladies have worked up for the temperance cause They have established a school in the mour tains which in itself is a monument to the state W C T U They have representatives all over the mountains organizing Unions and the liberal contributions some of these have made show great interest among the members Interesting addresses were also made by Miss Laura Clay of Lex ington Mrs Nellie Arnspiger of same city and others of prominence We were particularity struck by the hand some refined and intelligent appear ance of the delegates they showing thereby that they come from the best families in the state and those of our citizens who entertained them say they have never had the pleasure of meeting a body of more refined pleas ant and agreeable ladies Their visit was enjoyable to cur people and all trust we will again have the pleasure of their presence within our gates The people of Lancaster feel under obligations to the local Union for se curing this meeting It brought to our town speakers who would never been heard here and also brought into our midst a number of elegant people whose company had the effect of bring ing our people closer together forming stronger social tics and the noble Christian spirit which prevailed was an example for those who shut in from the world never seeking the company of their neighbors or friends As stated above it was one of the most beneficial gatherings the ever had It also brought before our people the great work the local Union is striving to accomplish and those now stand willing to aid the Union with both work and fiances who formerly turned a cold shoulder to all appeals for assistance Still Trying There is still the movement to give the present city councilmen but it is proving a hard matter to find men who will allow their names to be used If it were not for the fact that the present board had on hand the carrying out of the lar gest undertaking the town has ever had it would not make any difference whether they remained in or not but as stated in last issue of The Record these men are thoroughly familiar with every detail of the matter and it is not wise to put in men unfamil iar with the situation Its a bad idea to swap horses in the middle of a race We dont believe the people will stand for this simply because a few fellows want profitable 1 published I town opposition This was themselves Pencil sketch of Mrs Nation made by Miss settle Anderson as the former speaking at the court house Saturday afternoon p rWas MARKSBUUY Robert Rout bought at Danville a nice horse for 130 Robinson has been confined to his room for several days T I Herring sold a fat cow to B F Robinson at 2ct per pound Mrs T D Chesnutt has returned from a pleasant visit to Lebanon Mr Fernando West of Kansas City Mo spent last Friday with relatives hereThe Ladies Working Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs M F Rout purchased of Tom Baker some butcher stuff at 2cts per Royston of Paint Lick was guest Sunday of Miss Georgie DunnMr Layton and family of McCreary spent several days last week with Mrs Will Broaddus Mr N H Bogie is si new barn which greatly improves the of his premises- A number from here attended the Temperance Address at Lancaster Saturday evening by Mrs Carrie Na tion if Mr C A MrT L Rroddus poundMiss IJallie tine erecting appearance JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law X A Life insurance policies bought 4 for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 2 R L 0 G 0000000000000000v X0000000000 O Fall Season 1903 WhereAre YouGoing ToBuy YourFall WinterDry Shoesand Millinery rrwi 1IrM r F h F f t t i In our Claims for your patronage ve beg leave to submit tIle following We have the largest the most complete and the best assorted stock of GENERAL DRY GOODS READYTO WEAR SKIRTS CAR PETS and MILLINERY of any house in this section We wish to announce to our customers and the trade in general that our New Fall and Winter Stock is now o pen and ready for inspection We would be glad to have you call and see our and learn our prices Our Millinery opening Sat urday Oct 3 W merchandise resew Consideration 1 THEt Logan Drg Goods 60 u uMfr fPtuuJ E School Boys 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 toughnesgjll seams doublestitched double thick at the seat and knoes Neat effects in broken plaids and mixtures Prices to suitall See the suits theyll tell the story better than we can S O O O 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 ex ception that the Red School House Shoe is a little the best shoe it has been our privilege to buy or sell Try a pair of the be 3t school shoes on the market IE T Logan J j whywe W0 havo SnRciallino of Snit Ma e for School Boy I r The On ice 4 lr I f t i t ever t Clothier Furnisher y lYe J t GET IN THE HABIT THE COMPANY We are with the CLOAKS Winter Wearables ever in Lancaster With ample capital and years of experience we have been able to Secure the very vest goods in the market We begin with New Goods out and out no old stock to work you KNOW you are get ting Fresh New and Clean goods Get First Choice THE COMPANY I I JOSEPH Morchanti Now Ready HandsomestBest Largeststock and offso Come Early nd JOSEPH I MrcIantilo h r 3 Dress 6oods r r x 1 AMENDMENT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Seotlon 181 01 the Constitution of KentuckyThe Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro Vide for taxation for municipal pur poses on personal property tangible and Intangible based on income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Mail Matter Lancaster Xy October 9 1903 The body of millionaire Tuttle of Connecticut who was buried this week was placed in a casket inclosed in a burglar proof metallic box or vault so constructed that once the lid was shut and locks snapped Into place the vault can not be opened without several hours of workunless dynamite was used The lid of the vault is by twelve automatic locks and bars and the vault it would be necessary to saw through every bar All this precaution will doubtless Keep out grave robbers but imagine the smile which came over the devils countenance as he reached through the iron barriers and exclaimed Come Tut old boy my meat If Brer Tuttle had used his dollars as he should there would be no need of an iron casket A family Altar Band has been in Virginia Its object as its name suggests is to promote family worship Meetings are held from house to house to organize and assist in the service Home altars are being restored and new ones are being A few years ago family pray ers were held in all families who to be Christians but the Is sad to say rapidly playing out Its all the average person can do to attend church service once a week to say nothing of having family worship in his home If the sound of the Christians voice were sent up to heaven It would jar all the harps out of tune The Paris Gazette Democratic very truthfully says that the days of abuse have passed and it is not the style now in the more enlightened communities to appeal to mens and It would be real nice and sensible like if our campaign orators could realize these truths But then there seems to be no enlightened communities for every Democratic speaker is abusing the Republican party and every Republican stumper is abusing the Democratic party This is a horrible campaign If half that is being said is true there ought to be 200000 men hung in Kentucky Editor Allen of the Cynthyiana Democrat who always knows what he is talking about says Abuse comes for nothing in a political campaign Blackguardism tickles the fancy of blackguards only The day of such things has passed Votes are won by respectable and intelligent discussion of public affairs Not by any means are all intelligent voters on the but as a rule voters on the fence are intelligent men The Washington correspondent of the Courier Journal makes a pretty broad assertion when he says If all the immoral employes of the should be discharged the at Washington would soon go out of business While we know Washington is no Sunday School yet it is hard to believe all its population walk in the broad road that leads to destruction Its tlfe correspondents place to know what he is talking about however If all candidates for congress were 12 u equipped and deserving as is our old friend E C Smith of the Car rolton Demecrat it would be a dim eult matter to cast ones ballot Bro Smith has at the solicitation of many friends decided to shy his castor into the ring and if the voters down there know what is best for their interests they select him There is a movement on foot to change the name of the great drink beer and call it by some then name The name is all right What should be invented is a plan to do away with that awful next head that follows the drinking of the refreshing beverage Some close of passing vents than likely Jim Allen editor of the Cyntbiana Democrathas discovered and reports the following A woman is so naturally deceptive how short herlegs are dress so as to make herself look as if they began under her arm The Somerset Journalsays the man who says he is going to die for princi ple is usually the first fellow to climb nto the band when the band begins to play it plays his tune or not The automobile always balks at a Xrays will cure that terrible growth I Il fastened toopen you r e established average ence hat matter he can Its 1 1 I t CONSTITUTIONAL naLyw organized professed custom passions Government Government will national morning observer more whether Y i- ky ray burns IMS not been devised The Oregon minister who went to Boston and informed the bean eaters that the West has a personal devil must have hai domestic trouble with his wife Senator Hanna denies the report that he is sick enough to die The senator couldnt think of dying with another presidential campaign com ing on The average pretty girl is hard enough to catch now but what will the men do when the eel pattern of dress is adopted dangerous spot in the road but then it must be remembered that the old family horse always runs away on a crowded street A circus is going to Somerset and Editor Seph Campbell is as proud as a little boy in his first pants MRS CARRIE NATION The Noted Temperance Worker Her Birth Place Ut Tills County The announcement in The Record that Mrs Carrie Nation would visit her old home in Garrard county crea ted much interest among the people and querries on all sides were made as to when she would be here would she speak etc The Record had the pleas ure of a long chat with her and found her to be a well educated lady a flu ent talker and above all a most earn est worker in the cause of temperance We asked her why she began smash ing saloons Well said she out in Kansas the prohibition laws were being wholly disregarded The sale of strong drink brought trouble right to my home I did everything in a womans power to stop it but to no avail Finally I became desperate and after a short search I located one of the hellholes God seemed to say Destroy it and I grabbed a hatchet and proceeded to demolish it God told me to continue the work of de struction and His command has had a telling effect in that my work has attracted Natioual attention the ofll cers have been awakened to a sense of duty and today prohibitory laws are enforced more rigidly than heretofore I have brought the attention of our people to the mischief the liquor traf fic is causing and my boy I am going to continue to follow in Gods do all an humble woman can do to stamp it out Are you going to continue tho hatchet plan ventured the man No I am going to stop that I have won a reputation that is I have gained enough notoriety for people to listen to what I have to say and in this way my words may do some good Had 1 not used the hatchet of course no one would have heard of me Now I can get listen and that is all that is necessary When once listen to reason on the temperance question then they will be brought to a knowledge of the terrible drink is causing Mrs Nation as has been stated in these columns was born in Garrard county near the Burdett Knobs She is 57 years of age and when tot of two summers she moved to Wood ford county This is her first visit to the old home since that time She was at her brothers Mr T S Moore who by the way is living in the old Camp Dick Robinson househeadquar ters for troops during the Civil War MrsNation is a rather large woman an one of the readiest speakers we ever heard talk She is if possible more bitter on the use of cigarettes than whisky She doesnt hesitate to slap the pesky things from the dudes but does it in such a manner that no one can get mad with her Mrs Nation is a Christian woman she reads her bible constantly and tells us she never does anything without first asking a blessing from God She told The Record of some of her personal troubles and no one familiar can blame the woman for taking desperate steps against the rum evil Of course we will not publish private affairs but if any one will hear her story they will not blame her for a hatchet or any old thing to fight the traffic I understand you are going on the stage said The Record man is that true Yes In November I go to New York where I will appear at the Opera House in a drama Hatchetation which has been carefully prepared and I will appear under the management of wellknown in theatrical circles Yes I do this to make money with which to maintain my Home forDrunk ards Wives which I have established at Topeka We have a number of poor women there whose lives have been almost worn out from living with drunken husbands too trifling to make a living for them Then 1 sell these little hatchets you see here for a quarter All this money and that from my lectures goes to the support of this home for poor women wives What I make on the stage and what I get from the sale of the hatchets and my lectures will maintain this home very well How about the reports of your placed in jail Mrs Nation were they exaggerated querrled The Rec ord Welkin cases they were ex have been behind the bare my am willing to go if I can save some poor from fillings drunkards grave Some people may make light of me but If who be leaders of as yet fur xI way and people destruction a therewith Nation Metropolitan E Johnson drunkards being auera saga n SY k gray htir but a cure bit newspaper people to fingers using Mrs R some son and I soul those process to tC in working for Christ would only work IIIe I have wore good would be accomplished 1 believe in lighting the devil with tire Mv only aim in life is to save souls from drunkards graves to help the poor women who by the way bear all the suffering from a drunken debauch It hurts me to hear a man say he suffers from a spree It Is not him it is the poor little wife the heart broken mother on whom the burden falls not the drunken brute who has staggered honie and abused the poor woman No sir the time has arrived when those who be lieve in temperance must so assert themselves must buckle on their a hatchet if and fight for rightYes she continued I am glad to get back to my old home glad to meet Garrard county people Altho I have not seen them for many years I like all Kentuckians am proud of my birth place and will always love the blue grass State I go from here to Port Huron Michigan where booked for a lecture Yes I will try and come back some time On her card has print ed the words A prohibition vote is the only hatchet which breaks down the saloon and builds up the home Saturday afternoon she lectured at the court house and a liberal contri bution was taken up She also spoke after the contest at same place that night Land Stock Crops Close observers are reporting a big crop of turkeys geese chickens and dncks Prices are good now and un less the corner folks get in their work the people may hold for good prices Mt Sterling Advocate Danville Advocate Dick Gentry bought of T D English 17 cattle at tic D N Prewitt sold Jerry Caldwell jr 11 head of 1200 pound cattle at 385 Dick Gentry bought of F Reid for Nelson Morris 43 cattle at 4cThe Investigators of the chemical laboratories and agricultural colleges expect to show the farmers something that will do them more good than the mooted plan to control the crops and establish minimum prices although it will work in an opposite direction by increasing production and perhaps lowering prices Horses and mules in Louisiana are fed largely on rice bran molasses and some cowpea hay The mules are al lowed to eat molasses without any ressriction and they usually consume from 8 to 12 quarts a day Director W C Stubb of the Louisiana Station states that this ration keeps them in splendid condition capable of lively action and hard work The total value of the poultry and eggs we produced in the last census year was 281178247 The industry was worth more than all the cattle and hogs we slaughtered It was worth more than the wheat crop of twentyeight states and territories and the value of our eggs alone was higher than that of the combined gold and silver product of the United States in any year since except in 1890 when the precious metal ex ceeded the eggs by 9418125 If the prices of hogs and corn go along together it certainly now looks very much like hogs would go up in price again This is now past August and the time for the corn plant to be concentrating all its nourishing power in filling tho ears but in fact it is still growing and at least three weeks late It Is true that for four or five weeks of good corn weather there might be a gain but at present asplen did nubbin crop is the promise and therefore higher price hogs to fatten on it The tendency of course under such conditions is higher priced beef cattle also for cattle are large corn consumers But as stated corn and hogs generally keep company in price more closely it is evident that hogs will command high prices for another Farmer Science is pursuing the study of corn to learn how by fertilization hybridi zation and tests of to increase the yield It is stated on good author ty that in repeated experimentssome thinK like 200 bushels of shelled corn to the acre have peen produced If this can be extended to actual prac tice on the farms the average corn crop of the United States can be car ried up to 5000000000 bushels There is no reason for doubting that the yield of many kinds of products will be increased by Improved scientific methods and discoveries Production not reduction is the American rule it agriculture as well as in manufactur ing and attempts in any line to cramp or check production will meet with but temporary success and with in the end but what a big man toe farmer will be when corn runs 200 bushels to the acre The Glasgow Times has been hand ed the following by a Barren county farmer with request for its The article is entirely pertinent to the season is sound and sensible in suggestion and should not escape the attention of a single corn raiser It gives but little trouble yet results In great profit for farmers to go into theircorn fields after the corn is ready to gather and select the very best ears for seed Let the quality selected be as uniform as possible as to the grain Ears with grains closely set taken from stalks that have produced two good ears are to be The ears so selected should be hungup in a dry place with the shucks pulled back By making the selection in time tall much time is saved when the pe dod of planting comes besides a care ful selection will result in greatly im the quality ol the crop A 4 S x i u I am Mrs Nation 1850 yearIndiana soils proving if gob armor necessary failure publication rc Jlr rffrtI fIa lsfJIEJa = J j L tJti r r 1 18fijAND 13RA R IETrE Q j 1J thext r08r1 QIE r to i r Eri r 1 heapfof 30da s- hOMAIIS ELADEjr great many crops of corn are grown In which a dozen varieties may be found with very conceivable mixture but pure white corn not too hard or flinty on large ears and small cobs is the best for all the farm Saves Two trout Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs 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 Infalli ble for Coughs and Colds 50c and SI bottles guaranteed McRoberts Trial bottles free 1m Brethren hark to words of peace Captain load the Bloody strife and lighting cease Pill the shells with No 1 Let your hearts be free from sin Sheriff kindly watch the crowd Better lives at once begin Bowie knives are not allowed Love your neighbors brethren dear Whos that man behind the tree Flee wheneer temptations near Keep your trigger linger free Bad companions always shun Sergeant post the picket please Soon your crown of glorys won Hold your rifles on your knees Gory glory breathren shout Captain keep the troops at hand Hallelujahs all sing out Use the latest smokeless brand Now anther glad Amen Sheriff sound the riot call Peace on earth good will to men Never hit me after all Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that lIe 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 lains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any tendency of these diseases to result in and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists lin The walnut is a native of Persiathe Caucasus and China A Perfect Painless Pill is the one that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave good taste in the mouth The famous little pills such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are sim ply perfect Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Pears were brought from the East by the Romans Do Good It Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate of the latter are worthless Act kindly mud 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 cold and there is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medicine It al ways cures I know it for it has helped me out many a time Sold by all druggists 1m The cucumber was originally a trop heal vegetable A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which has com pletely cured me Mrs W W Saylor Billiard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache bad breath sour risings in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol tKodol represents natur al f combined with the known tonic and recon structive properties puri fies and sweetens the stomach Sold by FP Friable 1m purposes of Death W K b y Evurgelizing Uentuekr Gatling gun I I i Ii pneumonia I for doing I deedssome j 1 111 lon Itcleanes medicine t IleLearned y constipation the greatest t IN IE W Arriving Daily Lancaster MarbleGranite and o We are at all times prepared to offer the tbuying public the best in the market in the line of Monuments Headstones Markers to Posts Coping etc etc X I can also prepare special ideas Presented by four customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We o erect work any where f Karrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET f S SSxxtxSxSxSSx s 3s S See us before ordering Fertilizer can save you money on EMPIRE GUA NO FERTILIZER T B WflbKER SON Now is the time for We have a full line of Paint all sizes of Glass Let us have your business f MILLINERY GOODS Handsomesteverbrougtto SALLIE D TXLLT r i s l i I I f Our line of designs are latest and we t f I s b Farmers f I j1 r1 OOOOOOO OO00000O000 Paintin anIl I Pnttill ill Will OW Gla I t I I 0 E t r 1 vOC C C OOGOC OCOs ch7c GJGY CSC G FN L0 s COCOC C v000 COE i Ji s C Cs G ivOe rr3Gvev rGGG GOJC r a 3k- A 00064004d4dd44000040044400044rJ0 0440Op444C4004600444 40400400444- V 9 r OOOCa 0 Q and FRISBIES OpOp4p00000000440 4 1 tia Y- Sit J1 Drug I toro I 1 i 0- d STOVES STOVES STOVES STOVES Fatten hogs with CORN Fatten Wheat with For best acres 15 For Second Best 10 For Third Best Raised with our Fertilizer Areyour horsestired Has your wheat been poor Buy one of our Wheat Drills and a little Fer tilizer and see what a great change r I I fRTll 15010 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I M I 1 I IZER- I I 1 1 i i i i SCHOOl AT Books vvvvvv IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS PALI J tUW ESF J S FOR ALL 0 Sr0W E S rOld and New Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are In Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor is in St Louis visiting her son Letcher Mr and Mrs D M Lackey are visiting relatives in Richmond and Paris Misses Cotton of Danville are the guests of their cousin Miss Lena Rig neyMrs Kate Kemper of Kansas City is the guest of Mr Sam Johnston and wile Miss Mattie Mae Robinson was at home this week from school at Dr Sid Isbell and family have moved in the Haselden property on Richmond Mr and Mrs Alex Falconer of Dan ville have been visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Falconer Mr Jerry Respass of South Carolina has been spending several weeks with his wife and children Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville has been visiting her parents W H Kinnaird and wife Miss Marie Joseph has returned from a pleasant visit to in Eton Ohio and Cincinnati Mrs W 0 Dunlap who has been visi ting her mother Mrs Fox has to her home in Virginia Miss Sallie Lou Myers leaves this week for Williamstown Ky to visit her sister Mrs Richard Ware Mr R H Tomlinson and wife were in Lexington to attend the funeral of his sister Miss Bettie Tomlinson Messrs Harry Anderson and Joe Burnside left Friday for Louisville to enter the Spencerian BusinessCollege Mrs Carrie Nation who has been visiting her brother Mr Tom Moore left Sunday for Port Huron Michigan Mr Jake Miller has gone to Charles ton West Va where he will learn the saddlers trade under his brother inlaw Mr Elsener Danville Advocate M i s s Jennie Arnold of St Louis and Rothwell of Paint Lick are guests of Mrs Nannie B Jones Mrs J W Ecklerand Miss Maggie Bixler who have been visiting Miss Sallie Lou Myers have returned to their home in Harrodsburg Misses Clyde McGinnis of Danville Jessie Powell of Hustonville and Pol ly Traylor of Stanford have been guests of Miss Katie Simpson at tlje Mason hotel Richmond avenue Squired returned Miss Ludie relatives w Miss Allie Arnold was a visitor in Stanford Sunday Mrs R L Elkin has been quite ill but is much improved Mrs Mary Cunningham has taken rooms with Miss Lena Bright Mr James Jones and family left Tuesday for Denver Col to reside Mr Clint Fogg of Versailles has been the guest of Miss Mary Burnside Mrs J and Miss Fannie Doty were in Danville the past week Mrs J B Collier and daughter Eliza beth are visiting Charles Collier in CincinnatiMisses Soper and Cora Ward left Tuesday for Cincinnati where Miss Ward will enter the conservatory of music Mr Banks Hudson wife and pretty little daughter Porter Scott are in Lexington visiting Mrs Kennedy Dr E H Pearce caught a severe cold at the court house Saturday night and was unable to fill his pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday Mrs Beau champ conducted the services for him Danville Chas Parks of this city and Miss Mayme Hawkins of Garrard county were married at the residence of the bride Wednesday ternoon at three oclock They are both quite popular and have the best wishes of many friends in Boyle and Garrard county They will make their Middlesboro M Reid and family who have been on a visit to friends and relatives at Lancaster returned home Thursday evening They were accompanied by Miss Mary Wooldridge of Denver a niece of Mr Reid Mr William George and wife and Mr Ansel George have gone to Bristol Tenn to reside This is one of the most highly respected families of the town and every one regretted to see them leave but wish them all success in their new home Burgin cor Harrodsburg Democrat J Tom Case spent a day or two with friends in Lancaster this week Miss Carrie Archer and sister of Point Leavel Garrard county are visiting their uncle Mr James F Archer and family near Burgin Mr Burt Soper and Miss Oma Gul ley were quietly married Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist parsonage Rev J E Wolford officiating The bride looked handsome in a blue tail ored gown gloves and hat to match The bride is the sister of Mrs Ollie Potts and enjoys the admiration of a wide circle of friends In this city while the bridegroom is a popular business man Mr and Mrs Soper have return ed from a visit to relatives and will re side with Mr and Mrs Ollie Potts for the present Mrs Douglas Merritt aud daughters E Stormes NewsMr home In Marcellus RecordRevC I CUT SALE QUEENSWARE fr 9 Supplies MROBERTS ooo DRUG STORE Prices Very Low A r A V A w A GiVeUSA CaD H M Ballow Son Misses Gladys Marguerite and Chris tine visitnd relatives Stanford Sunday Mr Brown Anderson and sisters Misses Dora and Sallie of Nicholas ville were among the visitors at the W C T U convention Invitations have been received to the wedding of Miss Swann Goner daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas Madison Kemper to Mr Turner McBaine at St Joseph Mo Oct 20 Louis is in Louisville serving a committee of news paper men appointed by the Masonic Grand Lodge to look after matters pertaining to the Home printing of fice Isbell the osteopath has moved into Sam Haseldens house on Richmond street just below Baptist church Dr Isbell is meeting with great success in Lancaster his taeat ment having worked some remarkable cures The treatment is truly wonder fulDanville Ows ley of Lancaster and Mrs Susan Price mother of W C Price are visiting at his home Main street Miss Polly Traylor came from Stanford with Miss Clyde McGinnis who has been her guest and returned home this morning Mrs John Baughman and Mr Branham Beazley are at Lex ington the guests of Mrs W B Hayden Travelers on Nos 10 and 11 are glad to see Capt Grove back on his run The captain has been ill for nearly three weeks and for a time was con fined to his bed No railroad man has more friends nor is there a more po lite obliging conductor on the Ellen N The run he has is what railroad men call a rawhide job and its a wonder he holds up as well as he does He only works from 4 a m to 10 p m every day in the week Bro Tinder writes from North Middletown to announce him for preaching next Sunday at usual hours and adds I am having great meeting Have had 18 additions to date Many of them are men that have stood out a long time Give my kindness regards to all friends It is gratifying to his many Lancas ter friends to learn of the promotion of R R West of Washington to the position of auditor for the Govern ment Printing Office Mr West ac cepted a clerkship at the Capital in 183G and has been promoted from time to time to more responsible positions He is now advanced from law clerk in the oftlce of the auditor of the Dept Mr West is an exceptionally welleducated and bright man and his friends here are very proudof his suc McCBEARY C has commenced work on the new Bethel church Samuel Kelly bought a milk cow of Herbert Galley for 25 Mrs Mary L Swope and son Willie of your city were in our midst Satur day Miss Nell Bourne of Bourne is vis iting her sister Mrs W K Warner for a few days Mesdames John and Will Ham and children are visiting friends at this week Wm Simpson accompanied by his wife has gone to the city to select his fall and winter goods Robt Gulley sold one fat heifer to Wm Lawson for 21 Geo Sadler of Jas Hard in one colt for 30 Mr and Mrs Alex and son Herbert visited Mr Will Broad dus and wife at Marksbury a few sinceMiss Maud Perin of Stanford her uncle J B Warner part of last week Mr Warner has been quite ill but is improving Robt Smith wife and children of Kirksville and Miss Litha Cotton of Illinois were visitors of Mrs Davis Sutton last week The Ladies Aid of New Antioch at the exchange in post office Saturday Many didnt know the ad vertisement meant the Lancaster post office or the exchange would have more liberal patronage The Record is under obligations to the good ladies for a substantial Stock and Implements for Sale Having rented my place I will privaeely about 60 or 70 tons of baled hay 20 or 25 tons clover Farming im plements consisting of plows cutting barrow 2horse wagon good as new cultivator and many other Imple ments all as new Also yearling cattle 2yearold cattle hogs good family horse 60 or 70 cords of and other articles we cannot enumerate here Some rare bargains 109 tf TAElkin a I I n Landram today on Dr Sid AdvocateMrs Ellen o n Record Interior cess SRoop McKinney Layton visited 12 presentEd 1 I yesterday littl day realized received eel STOVES STOVES I STOVES STOVES Mean Business Iit J JL J J J ThesePeople For sale cheap for Cash to close out bulk and Lime and Portland Cement It H B Northcott We the famous line of Hocker Bootees and Mason Shoes R L Jen nings Paint Lick o2tf Our assortment Flannelettes Percales ana Outings is the prettiest we have ever shown 2t Dry Goods Co For Sale Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barleyH B Marksbury Son For Sale Good family mare six years old 918tf Dr W S Beazley Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats We have a handsome line of white and fancy vesting mercerized ox fords cloths for Prices from yard2t Dry Gooas Co For Kent 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 wool Ziber line cloth in all colors suitable for la dies suits and 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 Town Property For Sale Desirable house and lot on Danville street Eight rooms good cistern stable and outbuildings 1 acres of land at once Apply at this office 926tf The best place in town to make money Entire stock for sale 925tf Stone Wall You should see our line of readyto wear skirts from 100 to 10 The Logan Dry Goods Co 2t To close out the partnership of Stone Wall we offer our entire stock of groceries furniture etc at cost It you want a bargain call at once 925tf Cut 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 Ilonaker 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 925tf A Fine Opportunity As one of the firm has decided to re move to the West we have concluded to close out our grocery furniture and undertaking business in this city and will the entire stock in 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 Oste opathy It is the Daughless Science It treats successfully all curable Relieves many other things 6 that all other modes of treatment have failed to benefit We do not de sire to commence treatment of any case unless we believe we can give material benefit Examination and chargeSid Mason Hotel tf I have some pigs for sale These are thoroughbreds with fine pedigrees Prices reasonable 109tf 0 TiurL gan and aIl U r alump investment fine 0 I C WPotts sui at diseases tLBWISY LEAYELL President a Coal Coal Coal We have Birdeye Cannel Semi Can You should see our handsome line ol Full stock such as comforts flannels underwear hosiery shoes etc Give us a R L Jennings Paint Seed Bye aud Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I am to receive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf W L Lawson S G C 54 in wide in all colors at 80c Be sure to attend our opening ol cloaks skirts and and Saturday October 9th and 10th R L Jennings Paint Lick o2 tf 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 1903 are now due 1 am always at Police Court room to re cleve them You make nothing by delay so come and pay now S D Rothwell Collector a14tf Seed Rye Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Timothy seed and strictly nice re cleaned seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson 109tf See our line of 36 Taffeta and Peau De Soire 9Sc 125 148 and 200 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Austin old stand carry an iflhiyijJe stock of coal nn hand if all handle nothing but prices are correct Rmg up No X and see what they will do for you ftlOtf Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson a 28tf WANTED Two good comfortable rooms for a period of four or five months Must be centrally located Apply at the Record office tf At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance is to your interest J B Conn Bring your old school books to us and exchange them for new ones adopted We have them now in stock tf R E McRoberts We are showing and prettiest line of trimming we have ever had Lofefan Dry Goods Co 2t Several varieties of screened seed wheat for sale Potts Bros 102tf As I will be away for a short time my son Hayden will look after the Page wire fence interests This won derful fence is having a large sale and we take greatest pleasure in putting it up See it It cant be beat 109tf J T LeayelL Quinces came from Corinth The turnip came from Rome The peach came from Persia I I I cash2tof Dress Goods price from 25c to 2 00 per yard Logan1ry Good Coi blankets Licko2 offeringyd2t fursFriday and Inack S sat I I I I rant Fa11 Goods per Coal Coal Coal artons e hey the rest an sir w t largest dl J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GfflZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS io o B Cashier W O RIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson Hudson J j F HUDSON B F J Walker T M Arnold I GUNS GUNS GUNS Air Guns Rifles Sgle BarrelShot Guns Dble Barrel Shot Guns Hammerless Shot Guns New Rival Catridges Repeater New Club Peters Arms Co Cartridges I GUNSGUNS I I I 11 I Cartridges I S I f Cartridges WIRE FENCE j K F Postle5 or at KFI WOVEN i 1Postct S y s t SH dread the periodic of nausea and cs headache which results from de sluggish action of the liver S To cure the bilious condition gj the stomach and liver must be by the use of Dr Pierces S It CS cures indigestion and other dis eases of the and its 8j allied organs of digestion and liver active It cures bilious r oM IJfJQVfQ rlI riW f rangement of the stomach and put into a condition t and this result is accomplished Golden Medical Discovery f nutrition It makes the LIU attack 4 S making glands it increases their activity and so increases the j supply of pure rich blood upon which physical health depends I suffered from indigestion liver and biliousness and took many S different kinds of receiving any benefit writes Mr P J S TVl Tnnn P VS four bottles and am cured of troublesome At times hot S weather I had fever and every morning had a bad taste in my mouth and all through the summer season I was unable to work at all Now I can 8 work and I believe do as much as one Feel that I am under great j for either Persons who suffer from disease in chronic form are invited to s 5 consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence is held as c l strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y g- S Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There cs is nothing just as good for diseases of stomach liver and blood I On Pierces Pleasant Pellets assist the jjj actIon of the Discovery Sa sssSB ness by curing the causes which produce it It purifies the l blood from the poisonous substances clog and corrupt it t and which breed and feed disease Acting directly on the blood t f Gerregauo of Cleveland Miss I wrote to Dr V Pierce he his Golden Medical Discovery I have taken about 1 in cl obligation to you and your medicine and cannot say too aI 1 S S S S t SIn t L STONE Lewis Murphy is in Louisville this week Mr Asa Wilson has returned to his home in Indiana Prank Folger and J T Speaks have returned from Kansas Mr J A Dean and wife visited her mother at Blue Lick There were about 100 hogs shipped from Sugar Creek Wednesday Mr Tom Gay and wife visited hrfather Mr John Sparks Sunday Mrs Emma Mansford arid baby are the guests of her mother Mrs James Littrell Miss Jewell Sanders spent a few days last week with her sister Mrs Mattie DuncanMrs P Stone and Misses Walker of Jessamine were guests of Mrs C M Mobcrly Sunday BRYANTSVILLE Mrs B TJennings of Danville is with Mrs Ilaselden Prof Elliott of Lexington spent a few days with friends here Mrs Gorge Ballard of Paint Lick is visiting relatives here this week Dr Elliotts mother of North Mid dletown is with his family for several days Mrs John Crutchfield has rented her farm to Clay Dunn for the year 1904 at800Mrs Jeff Durn and son Jack have returned from a pleasant visit at LouisvilleMiss Boner left this morning for a months visit to Louisville and Frankfort Mr Dan Cheatam and wife have gone to housekeeping in the house vacated by Mrs Ilutchinson Filberts came from Greece RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS REMEDY FOR INTERNAL EXTERNAL USE RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUMBAGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHCEA AND ALL BODILY PAINS PRICE SO CENTS R ODGERS M EDICINE COVINGTON KENTUCKY 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 AI ii BUCKEYE Mr Morris Calico remains quite sick Mrs Dean of Jessamine county is spending a week with Mrs A C Miles Miss Ida Potts spent last week with friends here and attended the meeting Miss WilUe Peirce of Hyattsville spent last week with Miss Irine Simp sonMr and Mrs Thos Turner of Round Hill visited friends here Saturday and SundayMiss Cotton of Leroy 111 has been visiting relative in and around BuckeyeMr Mrs Will Simpson are in Louisville visiting friends and buying fall goods Miss Myrt Hendren of Cottonsburg has been the recent guest of Miss Hat JonesMiss Bogie has returned af ter several weeks visit to relatives in IndianaThe Working Society will meet with Mrs Alex Walker Thursday afternoon Mrs J H Posey and Miss Archie Hun ter were visitors of Mrs J A Amon one day last week Miss Jennie Ray of Pleasant Hill spent several days with Miss Pattie Walker last week Miss Lela Saudidge of Junction City returned Monday After a pleasant stay of two weeks with Miss Beatric Ray Mr and Mrs Clay Blakeman and tIe daughter Mary Francis of Kirks ville spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs RayThe good meeting held by O M Huey of Stanford assisted by the pastor J M Bruce came to a close Friday night at the Baptist church there being a great revival in the church much good be ing done The baptising was Satur day morning five being baptized Huey left many friends at Buckeye who hope to see him among us again Things to Forget If vou would increase your and prolong your life forget your neighbors fault Forget the slander you heard Forget the temptations Forget thepeculiarities of your friends and only remember the good points which make you fond of them Forget all personal quarrels of histc ries you may have heard by accident Blot out as far as possible all the dis agreeables of life they will come but they will grow larger when you re member them and the constant thought of the facts of meanness will only tend to make you more familiar with them Obliterate everything disagreeable from yesterday start out witlia clean sheet for today and write upon it on ly lovely things The Trumpet Confessions ora Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For about 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then began the use of Electric Bitters 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 Its6nly50c 1m lit soon n number I and medicine guaranteed- by McRoberts rId ffoTro POTTS BROSJ FLOURI FEED STORE and EXCHANGE 0 Manufacturers of and dealers in High Grade Flour and Meal Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave PHONE 100 vS 999999 1 1 1 1 9 t 1 1 1 ttJ E i E Oo frO X I dO Limww qIp ci Contract KI JtPt M r Ghurles Tinker itstiirrmii c agcn I was lioro this w U iw hin to thi lyt of ten miii roitt csin Gurrani county in order to prevent specula tion rs has been the cse heretofore the department has ruled that all must live on or adjacent to the route they bid on and must to perform the service or at least give it their personal supervision This rul ing shuts out the sharks who live a thousand miles or more distant and who have never been over tjie routes they bid on Bids to be made before Dec 1st Postmasters have blanks and copy of all information pertaining to making bids and and requirements of service Ten routes in Garrard coun ty to contracted for to McCrcary Lancaster to Danville Lancaster to Buckeye Bryantsville Point Lcavell to Ilanimack Lancaster to Nicholasville to Bui gin Giles to Buckeye Sweeney to Lancaster Paint Lick to Cartersville It is not contemplated that any change in the present routes or time of delivery will be made The sole idea is to do away with the mail route spec ulators nho have made fortunes out of these contracts and permit the local residents to make the profit However the new plan will give one great ad vantage 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 West will gladly give any desired informa tion on the subject OF Livestock 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 my Live Stock Crops Personalty k Consisting of the following 100 head of Cattle 60 head of horses and mules 50 head of hogs The above stock con sists 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 bull 10 head of butcher cattle 20 head of calves Horses and Mules Fifteen head extra yearling mules B 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 dan of GYPSY QUEEN with colt at her side which is a brother of Gypsy Queen ELLA C with colt at her side by Montgomery Chief and several other fine bred saddle mares and producers also several nice driving mares and geldings LADY the fine 2yearold a full sister 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 kinds Also Vehicles Consisting of 1 carriage with pole and double harness 3 buggies 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 timo thy 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 consis ting of several bedroom sets 1 set of dining room furniture 1 silver chimes organ carpets chairs c of every description Terms Made Known Day of Sale Sale begins at 9 oclock sharp I Jff Oakland Stock Farm DANVILLE KY W8BEAZJBY Beazley Paris Dentists sbffice over Thonip I ona store Danville at I thy udson to carrier PUBLIC SALE hiayOet6th1 mules5 full good- S DUNN o G C PARIS I fr JC I ling bidders agree often Nina Angus LAWSON I criz 5LT HEBRON TWIS A TO Sioil mules to lessamlvo parties for JSfv 1 M Yamlnrpool bought a mule last week price 30 Duruiie Scott sold a cow to James Parks for 2jc per lb The series of meetings conducted by Rev Humphreys is in progress and much inerest is manifested Mrs Steven Vanderpool and daugh ter Mrs Clark Brown of Valley View were with friends in this vicinity Misses Lena and Jennie Rogers of of Danville are guests of Misses Edna and Leola Scott Miss Bessie Meridith of May wood is with relatives here Miss Maud Peel of Jessamine spent last week with Mrs Alex Dean Misses Nellie Blanks and Nannie Bourne of Bettis have been guests of Miss Mattie Onstott Misses Belle Brumfield and Lula Scott accompanied bv Messrs Alfred and Alf Dean of Jessamine were with Miss Leola Scott last week Mesdames Stone and Brown were guests of Mrs Lucy Montgomery last Sunday BEUNA YISTA Maggie Robinson and Joe attended the burial of Miss Bettie Tomlinspn at Danville Saturday- A T Scott our hustling merchant and brother A D Scott made a busi ness trip to Cincinnati last week Rev G C Overstrcct who has been serving the Presbyterian church at this place for about one year will preach his last sermon here next The Pollys Bend Sunday school con template a picnic Saturday if the permits Misses Wallie Ison and Lee Terrill have returned from a visit to Mrs Bo gie near Spears Hugh Christopher delivered hissuck ling mule to James Loavell last weel at 55 George Ruble sold four or live head of young mules last week at S75 per headGeo Compton Jr and wife who have been with relatives here have irned to their hQme Independence MissouriSchool at Lindendale is suspended this week on account of the illness of the teachers sister Miss Worrell Chas Robinson went over last week to Lexington to attend the funeral aunt Miss Bettie Tomlinson where he acted as pall bearer Mrs James Brown who died last week passed her 85th mile stone She had mothered six grandchildren be side her own nine children Her home was the home of the preacher as long as she kept house She was member oflhe M E church for 62 years She leaves four sons and one daughter to mourn their loss Since the death of her husband more than two years ago her home had beeji with her daughter Mrs J S Poor who attended her mother until the end For a pleasant physic take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists 1m The nasturtium came from Peru Horseradish is a native of England Sage is a native of the south of Eu rope Broke Into IIU House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Yt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre guar anteed t o cure 25c at McRoberts 1m Melons were found originally in Asia Foleys Honey and Tar coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutues C C J E Stormes 1m POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law t SHill tvo Sunday Skinner weather re- t Dr Kings Drug Store cures prosecute I r IdEs Sunday I ot his faithfully S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lnclen Perkins David Stephens Mrs N Clay Sutton T L Broaddus J W Sutton BL Kelly MrsJ H West Mrs P M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson J M Grand W L Lawson W M Mahan II A Beazley Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W R Cook F J White J S Daniels Mrs PD Gill Hemphill Walden Leslie Harber New Stage Line Lancaster and Danville New Vehicles Fresh Horses iff Lancasters A M ArDanvHle 1030 AM Lv Danville 2 P x Ar Lancaster 43Qr x Alex MillerProprietor iQ Suivo Thiil foal without Icuvini u scar Is DoWHts The niwo Witch Hazel ie apjiiicxYlo many salvos but De Witts Witch ITi zol Salv is the only Witch Hazel Salve that the pure unaduitethtcii witch hazel if any other Witch Hazel Salve is offered you ft is a counterfeit E C DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world forcuts burns bruises tetter or blind itching and protruding piles Sold by F P Frisbie 1m The gooseberry is indigenious to Great Britain cure Dyspepsia or indigestion it is no longer necessary to live on milk arid toast Starvation produces such that the whole system becomes an easy prey to disease Kodoi Dys pepsia Cure enables the stomoch and digestive organs to digest and assimi late all of the wholesome food that one cares to eat and is never failing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by FP Frisbie 1m Coriander seed came originally from the East han u rca 1viiiiy Nail ThroughIlls Jland While opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Bay N Y ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me he says and immediately Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all druggists 1m Women are caught by the chaff which men give out after careful Spent More Tliun W W Baker of Plain view Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen years She tried a number of doctors and spent over relief She became very low and lost all hope A friend recommended Foleys Huney and Tar and thanks to this great remedy it saved her life She enjoys better health than she has known in ten years Refuse substi tutes C C J E Stormes 1m Ginger is a native of the East and West Indies German Syrup We want to impress on our readers that Boschees German Syrup is pos tively the only preparation on the market today that docs relieve and cure consumption It contains the specifics such as pure tar extracts of gum etc which have been so highly endorsed for the cure of coughs colds and consumption by the great medical congresses Theconsumptive whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and be free from the spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning The diseased parts want rest healing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all druggists Feb 04 Apricots are indigenous to the plains of America 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 enrich ing the blood whichcan only be ac complished by keeping the liver healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood polution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also cures constipation hilliousness ner vousness and induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has beeh know to cure the most and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists Feb04 The pea is a native of the south of Europe Never Ask Advlae 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 lung remedy it cures coughs and colds quickly C C E Stormes 1m Damsons originally came from Da mascus A Love 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 box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m Sweet marjoram is a nativeof Por tugal The bean is said to be a native of Egypt Watch the Kidneys When they areeffected life is in danger says Dr Abernethv the great English physician Foieys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys C C J E Stormes 1m I 1 11 rho t contains bleeding I I n JIcllD 1Iiiles Diiene To a i I applied preparation lOn 1000 u Ul pronounced ana buta weakness surprise without relIef 4s S lu v or I cio mI3cOn aA4- asu CpttAeoQr4zit 2 fSIXTH AND MAIN Union BEIHUia- Ciildsg EXPERT ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT AHAGERS n TItj I c c mums fL ARE YOU SORE USE 33 Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded fffosquito Stsangs Sunburn Swellings and all Inflammations Kills Chiggers Cools It Soothes It Cures Sold only In 25c SOc 100 IJottles Atall good Druggists t h Bites ANNUlI REPORT CITY OF LMC1STER FOR YEAR ENDING JAN KKCEIITS Balance In Treasury Jan Ttli 19ft lfii 14 For Fires ami forfeiture For Ilcciitiuii Tax For Taxes DISKUR5KMEXTS Salaries of Mayor and Council 230 00 Attorney i Coins SKI 67 i5o on Marshal A Com ajs SJ Jailer 1 5 V and Insurance 217 til Lights V AsVr Clock Stipvisor 10 Juilsts and Costs SI fr Gi 51 Miscellaneous Expense M os Treasurer Corn 7iOO 1olice Judge feet 171 50 Streets niter deducting rout o f work csr so oil 5s Artlsiun Well Co nfter ward refuufled 500 oo Cash In Treasury s6lS 8811 11 ASSETS LIABILITIES i OlS 11 City real estate 2278 00 l 000 CO Liabilities noiiu JAN 7th 1U03 W JJ MASON Clerk or TIlE iR g l ts d E TIlE 5 1903 I Il fi119 6 Total J For lit 19 r i 9 II I t e iit1itto- or iS Dog OS ssm ii mtart Lot for rock timtti Cisit in Tread s9 it cures Indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troublesallstomach organs KODOL the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL relieves an of all nervous strain gives to overworkedstomach is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many sick people well I and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottlos only 100 Size holding VA times the trW size which sells for SOe Prtfind only ir E C DiWIIT 4 CO ClICAQOk Sold by F P Frisbie Nothing has ever equalled Nothing can ever surpass it contained it- t KingsNew I i trc11 V o Gcnd S c- CIL or FOR IrTOSMTtStt 1ct cuzg jQpIie- m Iiu4mi Em1oymct an1 cc cas wroTe ui Business Trees Fall 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Evergreens Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for OrchardLawnGardcn No agents but best prices to the plant cr Catalogues on application to II 1 ILILLENMEYEK Goth phones IXGTON KY ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry Jf you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Kenncky Trees T 5 I 53 L ncaster S I The BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOIIX E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier r 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 O o O O o o o O O 000000000 Q000o g I493 8 National 0 2 2 2 o i O O 000 O 000 00 000 O O O 00 2 2cl 2 2 KODOL KODOL KODOL KODOL For digests what you eat I cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach accelerates the action of the gas trio glands and gives tone to the cOLIS OSSPMPTION OLIGILS and Price SOc 100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all diseases FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is I Suarantnd Remedy or refunded Contains remedies by emi nent physicians as the best for troubles PRICE SOc and 100 I 1 L no I t DRPBERCES MEDICAL Aetna Juoen Palatine 4 National Hartford ConnrUciit German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile Aetna LifelDS Co offlariforlCoiifl I GOLR1 nSOVErRYFOR THE Jj310onUlIER UJ t GS HIKINNAiRD INSURANCE Rflpresentin Followin Companies I I I Trains Leave Lancaster XO10 NO21 8 514 AM 1010 AM- No2 2 20FMNo11 i I M iiJ Time in Nov i6 effect For Richmond Winchester taxing ton Frankfort Louisville nn Faris Carlisle Maysville Cor- jiugtou Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction Lobs lion Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etc For Richmond and intermediate sta tious For Stanford and way stations r hl r Trains daily except Aubvels LEAVING 10 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