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CENTRALTOUitTEJEXTJr YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1903 RECORDI I 29 t I THE aaltrlllslt Of Local Interest Dont forget J Walter Wilson this evening at Christian church The season has tinaljy arrived when we can a soda fountain and make faces at it J Walter Wilson Christian church Thursday and Friday evenings 15th and loth The Misses Shugars have rented the Mason Hotel and will assume control January 1st S Potato Mr Joseph Faulconer gave us an Irish potato which is a perfect form of a human the face arms and legs being deal of rock has heen en countered in ditching for the water works pipes Plenty of dynamite gets it out in a hurlY however The recent rains were a Godsend but now you hear the howl Too much rain Man is never satisfied Give him the earth and he will kick for a fence around it When the road is rough and rug ged dont discard the old tried and true family horse who knows every inch of the road and every thing at which a new horse would scare and over which he would stumble The Crescent Comedy Company or Hawthorn Sisters wellknown 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 Curd of Tluiuks The members of the W C T U ex tend thanks to the citizens of our town who so generously opened their homes for the reception of guests during the recent State Convention to the mer chants for decorating windows to The Record for favorable notices and lib eral donation of papersund to any and all who assisted in any way in making the Convention a success After a lingering illness Mrs Eliza Eason died home on Richmond street Wednesday night Mrs Eason has been a constant sufferer for some bore her alllictions with a fortitude that proved her devotion to her Saviour She was a member of the Baptist church and as she was able never missed at tending the services She was the widow of the late Judge Walt Eason Funeral services were conducted by Rev J C Wolford Thursdry afternoon the burial taking place at Lancaster Cemetery pass us attractions specialties Eon other perfectA Christian along s WE PLANT v TIE I SEED I FOR THE WIDE WIDE WORLD 1 SEE THE IMPROVED Plain and Ferteuzer I I Po J R Naselde SUPERIOR DRILLS l Elder F M Tinder reports a very delightful meeting at North Middle town closing with 27 additions of the most prominent citizens among the number Dont in a lit of impatience dis miss the old family physician who knows your ailment the causes and how to reach it most effectual Iv Lost between Stanford and some ten days ago a tie for wheel Any information sent Al Huffman Stanford will be received Barrelliiz Apple Col John Miller has been busily en gaged this week picking and barreling the apples In his large orchard near Mt Vernon He will have eight or nine hundred bushels of exceptionally tine fruit Gov Bradley Better Reports from Louisville say Bradley is much improvedthough far from a well man He is still con lined to his bed and has not been able visit his office as yet Gov Brad leys many Lancaster friends trust he will soon be fully restored to health 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 he would to return thanks at the table Ills name will be printed in the next issue of this paperThe above item was printed as a bait and it worked After The Rec ord came out five or six different men have called us aside and made appeals that their name be not in this connection Handsome Improvements The National Bank directors are having the Masonic Hall put in repair and when completed Lancaster Lodge 104 will have the best equipped rooms in the state The roof sprang a leak time ago and this did great damage before located The rooms will be handsomely papered and the Lodge will put in some uptodate furniture The order now has the best working team it has ever had and is in a very nourishing condition A Flue Entertainment The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church have secured J Wal ter Wilson for entertainments at the Christian church this Thursday and tomorrow nights Oct 15th and 16th To night he will give illustrated songs Poems Moving Pictures and 100 beau tifully colored views on the Life of Christ Tomorrow Friday night the beautifully illustrated recital on Ben Ilur Admission children lOc adults 20 cts Everybody go and help a noble cause Some Valuable Property Mr R G Ward who is the adminis trator of his brother Wm Wards es tate tells us he has had many offers on the mill property and electric plant which are now to be sold to set tie the estate The mill is one of the best equipped in the state and enjoys a line patronage The light plant is new and the franchise runs for some time yet This is a great for the right parties and Mr Ward is actingsensibly in taking his time to A Correction To correct erroneous item in last Record is due to Mr Eugene Pearce of Danville to say that it was his Mr Stanley D Pearce of St Louis who is to marry Miss Odellne McCar thyNashville Tenn Nov 4th Mr Eu gene Pearce isto be his brothers best man only Another erroneous feature of item made the latter a resident of Springfield O a place he never saw having been a resident of Danville since boyhood except last five years both brothers residing and in St Louis Both men are in College and University work Mr Stanley Pearce being classmate in University of Virginia with Mr R L Davidson of this city Death of Mrs Lang Mrs Paulina Lang widow of Jour W Lang who resided in Lancaster some years ago died at the residence of her sister Mrs Huffman in Lexing ton last Friday The remains were interred at Cynthiana Saturday Mrs Lang was a halfsisterof the late Gen W J Landram of this city and was well known to our older citizens Mr and MrsLang moved South some years since where he died shortly after they located there She was a sister of Mr George R Landram of the Western Union Telegraph office in Louisville Ke at Stanford While passing through Stanford the other niaht we dropped around to the Opera Housewhere Rail Road Jack was being given by a good troupe E4 Walton the bighearted us through the door without money and without price for which we are very grateful Al Huffman who was on the door said Better look out Louis theres a lion as big live liorctook one of the and played his part to perfection This is the first onenight stand show ever known to carry a lion as one of the props Waltons opera house is one of the best equipped in this section and Messrs Walton will not allow bum shows the use of it When you see one billed for that play house you may know It good s al Many thereof Lancaster thankfully Governor to because beexpected given ht opportunity business- in graduates stageAndleads I wagon personal some d brother Lion tied opal O Go to the courthouse tonight and tomorrow night and enjoy the music the attractive comedy the jolly dance and the beautiful song Seats at McRoberts 35c Children lOc admission 25c The man with small property will suffer more from than the wealthy class Money is able bodied and will take care of itself If it cant do this here it can pick up and go elsewhere The man with small property cant Blft Corn From Mls ourl Mr Jim Warner who moved to Mis souri from this county is at his old home visiting relatives and old friends He bronghtback an car of corn which measures 15 inches in length and is large around in proportion He this is nothing unusual for that He likes Missouri all right but Old Kaintuck is still dear to him Opera House The presence of the Cresent Comedy Company at the courthouse tonight reminds us of the days when that troupe played to packed houses at the opera house Dont miss the many strong features in this popu Plenty of music rare comedy songs dances and select spec ialties 10 and 25 cts Reserved seats 35c at McRoberts District Teacher Aaaoclatlon The Eighth Congressional District Teachers Assocaition will convene in Richmond on Friday Oct 30 and con time through Saturday This county will be represented by Miss Amanda Anderson and Mrs Maggie Gulley The Association has made a splendid during the short period of its and has held some of the most interesting and successful educational meetings ever held in our state Bad Sniuoli Up A serious accident occurred on Lex Ington street Saturday morning As Mrs Jim Sutton and children were coming to town they met an automo bile run by Rev Joe Severance The horse turned suddenly upsetting and demolishing the vehicle and Mrs Sutton and one of the A shaft was run into the horses side and he will be of no more service The Injured people were taken into the residence of Mrs Pattie Gill and all assistance given them They are much improved but still suffering much pain Juggling With the Truth We are told that our money is all gone and that the only chance for wa ter works now is to open the festive saloon The people who say this do not handle the truth with sufficient carefulness to meet all the demands of veracity The money is not half out and yet the largest part of the expense of the water works has been inurred But if 24000 backed up by a guaranty companys bond in the sum of 100000 will not complete a little more than half the water works how long will it take open saloons paying about 1000 a year into the city to finish the job This is rith metic But the appropriation will finish the job Right Way to LOOK at It This office is getting out the ballots for the election Clerk J A Doty believes in patronizing home consequently gives all his work to home people Any man who feels otherwise should not be elected to office This office does the work just as well and in every instance cheaper than the city chaps charge for it We can print from iting card to a circus poster and defy any man who knows anything good work to say over for our work Every ceutpf money paid into The Record office Is spent in Garrard county and passes to our own people Yet there are some peeple wko send away for work thinking they can save possibly a sixteenth of a cent thereon Look Before You present council has been In office for near two years some of them much longer They havebeen are now and will continue to be quainted with the needs and demands of the city and its people They the direct road to success in the water works movement board would be at a great disadvantage start and much delay and un expense would be caused by the change A new unbroke team should be first tried over a smooth road Over a rough road it would surely upset the vehicle play smash generally with the who are in this case the taxpay of the city try an expert went which is sure to be and almost sure tobe disastrous is neither glory nor in the office of councilmen the old board would gladly yield to any six men whom the taxpayers and those vitally in the citys interests would select But thesepeople demand the continu atlon of the old board until they finish work now engaged in Dont the wishes and try to the imaginary grievances of a Bibles and incompetents who bankrupt the city in order to open a few for your boys to into Dont dont Dont permit it of tlpnt permit it t e m e re it lhtn General mismanagement Itself country larattractlon record children treasury In- stItutions anything weever charged Leap- T e city a the almost and passengers pont Interested gratI- fy hellhols LancaSter I t existence badlyin- juring avis anon Anew fro necessary era The money assuage few the won f dolt menu day women S ass p 13 ld a We can have water works or or both you have Dont all speak at once Tried and trusted should not be thrown down for those have either tried or The Stanford and Lancaster boys played a pretty game of foot ball here Saturday the home team winning by score of two to nothing A protracted meeting will begin at Christian church on Sunday 25th H D Smith HopkinsvHle Ky will be with the pastor to do the preaching Elder Tinder will preach tian church next Sunday morning but the Christian Endeavor Societies will give an open session at the service An entertainment will be given at the hall in Paint Lick tonight by the people and Admission 15 cents invited Committee Call The members of the Democratic Campaign Committee of Garrard are requested to meet at the Coun ty Judges office Monday Oct 26th County Court day at 10 oclock a m for the transaction of important AD Leavell Chm 2t Uncle Bob McSpadden asks The flee ord to say that the little jobs of work he does around the WeT U rooms are done to show his white friends that he appreciates the favors done for him He charges nothing for the work and says he is glad to do it Bob a faithful old colored man as honest as the days are long Mrs DIckerman III A telephone message from Bryants ville Saturday night announced the serious Illness of Mrs S S Dickerman of that place and later it was that she was dead Dickerman was stricken by paralysis and lay for half a day in a trance It was she was dead but after some hours signs of life appeared She remains critically ill and little hope is enter twined for her recovery Fire Fire Fire I will while they lastexpose to sale at the White Elephant Store Saturday Oct 17 1003 1000 Pictures at 10 cts choice 500 Blankets at 29i cts apiece 1000 Linen Huck Towels at 7 cts 250 Towels at 4 cts apiece 1000 Large Towels t Slcts apiece 500 Bed Comforts at to 82JXJ Later on the following week Mens Fleeced at 39cts Ladies Cotton Fleec ed Underwear at 24cts a garment All the above came from the Big Fire of M T Sbehan Co Boston Mass but cant smell smoke on them We will have to ask the trade to take thepictures without wrapping at the price named Remember the date OCT 17th Our stock is complete in every other line Come see it This sale is for Cash Only R H Batson Wouldnt This Jar Your Our City Marshal while engaged in a heroic effort to save human badly crippled His salary was during his prostration on a bed of suffering but he out of that salary employed two deputies and the town was as well policed and the taxes as and promptly collected as at in the history of the city In fact was a remarkable one for the city of Lancaster the first year in its history in which the City Court was selfsustaining Not only was the city court selfsustaining but it paid a net revenue into the city treasury This would be remarkable in any city Some of the carpers would be criticisers seem to think that they believe that the should have been dismissed from service because he was disabled Think of a judge or a postmaster being dis missed from office because be was temporarily disabled in trying to save and in fact did save human life es pecially where his work is as well done by others without additional expense to the government The Good Old Summer Time The good old summer time will soon be gone and jack frost will make the season and snakes to hunt winter quarters and the grasshoppers legs get stiff and refuse to work Old Sol dont get up so early and his rays are tempered by the finest and most bracing of invigorating and health bearing breezes Let us revel in this turn of the season imperceptible in its changebut supremely joyous in what It brings to us The pale tints of the spring flowers have already changed to hard yellows and oranges and reds The golden rod is along the highways and Its banks of sunshine enlighten course of the traveler Forthose who seek to know natiiie in her ripeness this is the time The hours of light are shortening each day Twilight comes earlier Make the most of natures it is her day ofglorv of promise of frul tlon Nothing finer could be asked or desired Some benighted persons there are who seem to be possessed with a desire to escape all summer and fall seasons and for that purpose hie themselves to the other places part we revel in the glories of the lush time as it is experienced here la Ue bWegrasfi re giojrof Kentucky servants been trusted at Chus even- Ing Friday young schoolchildren Everybody county business Uncle Is Seriously reported believed 1 dozen Cotton erwear a garment lifewas con- tInued anytime lastyear the career of marshal supreme the successive day buffo lour and e J saloons Which will who never Dins apiece dozen Sr well for bugs summed Additional Personals Mrs Ed Minor is in Lexington for a few days Miss Martha Tillett is in Lexington visiting relatives Miss Mary Thompson is the guest of relatives Mrs Mary Letcher of VVicholasville is visiting Mrs Wm R C k Miss Alberta Anderson entertained the Thursday evening Mrs Lilly Tye Powell or Barbour ville is visiting her sister Mrs WilliamsMiss Lear has been ill for a few days but we are glad to say is now improvingMessrs C and W P Chance of Lin say Ky are visiting their brotherin law John T Williams Lenny Miller our young hustler was Paint Lick Tuesday and says things are booming in the hustling city Mrs Emma Kauffman has returned Richmond where she was called by the death of Jennings Mrs Belle Burnside left Tuesday for Dexter Mo to visit her daughter Miss Willie Belle who is ill with fever Mrs J C Hemphill and Miss Carrie Currey entertained this Thursday afternoon in honor of the B B Club and other friends Col T S Elkin has returned from Middlesboro where he has been his see Shirley who is manager of the Middlesboro Hotel Alittle son has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Victor Lear He has been christened William and is an handsome fellow Mrs Fox and little Mary Owsley have returned from a visit to relatives in Buena Nlsta They were by Mrs Sarah Hackley who will be their guest Mrs Ike Arnold who was injured during the Paint Lick fire has sufficiently to come to Lancaster on a brief visit Her many friends were delighted to see her out Mrs Patterson entertained the Executive Committee of the W C T U at at the Mason Hotel Tues day Besides the State officers and District Presidents there present Mrs Saul of Louisville Mrs Dodge of Berea and Mrs Garvey of WilmoreA and son Henleyattend ed the meeting of the Kentucky Association at Paris this week The latter read a paper before the body which was highly complimented James Maret of Mt Vernon secreta ry of the organization stopped by here en route to the meeting visitIng J T in from MrsLena visit- Ing exceedingly accompanied recovered State Club night were Telephone opportunity to buy Clothing H Cheap We carried over some Heavy Weight Clothing in Mens Boys and Children Suits Also a good line of Overcoats Will close out this line of goods CHEAP Now is your time to get a suit Overcoat or pair of Pants for less than value REMARKABLY Cloaks and Furs We are now receiving our stock of Cloaks and Furs We have the largest most complete line we have ever shown from the cheapest to best grades Our regular Cloak and Fur Opening Friday and Saturday Oct 23 and 24 Dont miss it We will have some Special Garments for this occasion Logan Org Goods Co THE LIi1L JVJWJf 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 be good reliable stuff under the boy if his suit is to last long Perfection Brand cloth tested for toughness all seams doublestitched double thick at the seat and knoes Neat effects in broken plaids and mixtures Prices to suit all See the suits theyll tell the story better than we can SCHOOL SHOESCast Iron would be just the school shoes if it were more pliable and not quite so heavy The next best thing is our Red School House Shoe made fromvbox calf vici kid and enameled leather single and double solei 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 btfy or sell Try a pair of the best school shoes on the market The OnePrice dottier and Furnisher H T Logan I whywe Theremust We have Suecialline for SchoolBoys I e 7 I Ii r TT ofsuitsMaae thin for exception i- r w i GET IN THE HABIT THE Mercantile COMPANY We are Now Ready with the Largest stock of CLOAKS Winter Wearables ever in Lancaster capital and years of experience we have been able to secure the very best goods in the market We begin with New Goods out and out no old stock to work you KNOW you are ting Fresh New and Clean goods Get THE COMPANY J 1I alWlru JOSEPH kI HandsomestBest and i Withample offso get Early and Choice If t JOSEPH M rchIDtU i Dress ioods Come First 1 b r- y CON8TITUTIONAI AMgNPMCNT- To Be Voted On a the November Election CHAPTER 60 An act to provide for an to 181 of 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 Pat Office in Lancaster Sytu SecondClan Mats Matter Lancaster Ky October 16 1903 The divorce courts continue to grind out decrees and the evil seems to be greatly on the increase There is however now some hope for the im proved and uniform divorce law in the United Statessomething all right thinking people wish for While Con gress is not vested with much author ity its regulation being left to the respective states yet it is said the President will bring the matter out in his message to that body in such a manner as will arouse enough interest in the states as will bring about the much needed reform in the laws No law is more abused than that now in force One of those amazing professors of the Chicago university has come home from abroad to tell us that Germany some day will go to war with the States on account of its dangerous commercial rivalry The Germans know a better way than that as even now they are trying to work up a trust of all the steel and iron industries of their country to dispute with our great trust for the worlds trade which will be better than shooting their iron and steel at us When stocks are booming the men who buy at the top prices are sure that the rise will continue and then the decline begins Just now people who are unloading at the lowest are sure prices will be lower and then the upward turn comes So the man with the big money is kept in the same quandary as the small boy with his nickle in a candy store he cannot de tide what to spend it for Editor Seph Campbell of the Som erset Joural rises to remark and very truthfully so that it is impossible for a man to edit a paper even one as and popular as the Journal without making enemies Some men have little to do except to hate other people They are natu ral enemies and editors cannot hope to escape them more than other The postmaster at Clayhole Breath itt county Kentucky does not need more than a hint He was fired at in his office and was denied a warrant for the arrest of the assailant He saw that he was not wanted and left at once with his family for Oklahoma Looks like the United States ought to be able to take care of that man The Elizabethtown News has grown in size and circulation until Mr Harry Sommers the gifted and clever editor is forced to buy a larger and faster press He has a splendid country Campbell which any of the craft a good press would do well to see as he offers it bargain Boston negroes are denouncing Book er Washington and his theories and methods by the negroes are not the only people who fail to rec ognize their best friends If Rastus would only follow the teachings of Booker T he would be much happier and soon occupy a higher place in the world It is now claimed that the Xrays will cure baldness If they could be substituted for the calcium lights in our theatres what a plausible excuse our good uncles and grandpas would have for sitting where the rays could sprinkle down upon them in the front seats The state fair at Owensboro was a complete failure from a financial point of view Fairs have about play ed out and only a few are made to pay their way The small county fair yet draws well but the larger shows are a thing of the past with the people St Louis means to protect its fair visitors and the first sign is A fine of 50 for a barber who charged a rural customer 8715 for a hair dye That was a mistake however Any man who will dye his hair should be made to sit astride a rock pile until sun fadesthe coloring away A judge in Topeka has sent two coal trust magnates to for contempt The trust world stand aghast with indignation at this unheard of presumption on the partof a mere judge A Chicago court has granted a to a woman who was wooed wjth a poem As the got her for a song it is probable that he will worry great extent over the loss UILY successful enemiesjust people desiring ata resolution but court toany A r amendment Section United the would divorce fellow mere The sale of Capt Ike M Dunns per sonal property will take place at his home in this county today Friday It has been extensively advertised and a large crowd will attend We regret to say Capt Dunn will leave in a short time to make his home in Kansas City He is a very prominent citizen and enjoys the friendship of a wide circle of friends He has served as a magis trate in this county for some timeand holds that position now He is con nected with some of the most promi nent people in this section of and typical Kentuckianisthe Kentucky MANSE Jim Hester is very sick with fever Will Crow Doty of Glendale Ohio is visiting the home folk Mrs N G Dunn of Marksbury has been visiting relatives here The school at this place enjoyed the picnic at Cartersville very much Miss Mae Ballard of Richmond has been the attractive guest of Miss Mat McCormackMisses and Bessie Doty have been spending several days in Richmond shopping Miss Jennie Wallace closed her school at Back Creek last week and began a school near Bryantsyllle MondayMr Eunn and family have moved to the tunnel Otley Burke and wife have moved to the house that Mr Dunn vacated PAINT LICK W S Fish is dangerously ill Mrs Dr J G Casenburg is quite sick Miss Jennie Parks visiting in Vance burg Dr Carlos Fish of Frankfort is with his brother W S Fish Mr and Mrs Ed Walker have gone to Massachusetts on a visit Mrs Susie Wallace has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Rev Huson of Lexington preached at Mt Tabor Sunday morning and eve Wing Miss Eva Fish who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home in Mt Vernon Tuesday Messrs Burdette Honk and Ed Cox of Mt Vernon were guests of W M Champ Saturday and Sunday Mrs Pattie Engleman sold her farm of 74 acres near this place to Shepherd Bros of Kirkiville for 40 per acre Mr Henry Moore ofthe firm of Moore and has sold his interest in the business to Mr Champ with the pros pect of going west Mr Moore will at present deal in grain Mr Mid Ross of Kirksville and Miss Laura Estsidge were married in Jells co Sunday They returned Wednes day to the grooms where they will be at home to their many friends Jim Coldiron has moved back from Clay county The new pike is about completed to W T Gooches W H Furr bought a stalk field from J C Clouse for 8 Cornette Bros bought a horse from Furr for 65 Miss Myrtle Cormeuy is at home from Midway school W H Furr bought nine hogs from J L Anderson for 5c Dr Amon has his cane mill in opera tion on J R Paynes farm Mr and Mrs E H Walker have gone to Maryland on a visit C W Graves bought two hogs from H L McQuerry for about 5 per N L McQuerry accompanied Mrs Mary Dollings to the Lexington to visit lier husband On last Tuesday morning death into our midst and stole from most excellent young Hit tie D Worrell Miss Mittie 29 years of age She taught fchool in this county several yearsbut had been in the South for some time until a few months ago she returned home Her health has been gradually failing for severalmonths Miss Mittie was ed by many friends and it is hard for them io give her up She was ready to meether Saviour and that is the one consolation to her loved ones left behind 4 I PrI- vate Spainbower Champ FLA WOODS W H hundred Came waS home Asylum us- a lady Miss boy in every way We dont know a more accommodating or clever fellow and The Record joins in wish ing him all success in his new home Capt Dunn is a member of the local Masonic lodge and a prominent Knight Templar Mr Dunn is one of the best auctioneers in Kentucky and aud his services as such were eagerly sought after He is a prominent member of the Elks lodge Danville He was nominated for sheriff time but not desiring to get mixed up in politics declined to make the man friends of atone race PHEACHERSVILLE The meeting here has been until the 17th inst J H Thompson bought a nice heifer from J P Ballard for 3c Joe Lunccford is going to move to Paint Lick first of the year George King who moved to last fall is here on business Dan Hoskins has moved back to Bell county from whence he came Master Chas Spoonamore who has been sick for some time is improving Philip Thompson who has been in Kansas for some time has returned homeMilt Grayson who has been in Ok lahoma for three years has returned homeW H Brown bought 15 cattle from Andy Buchanrn of Crab Orchard for 3centsRev W McHutchins nas gone to Knox county to hold a meeting at the Pleasant Ridge church- J P Rogers sold his farm to Walter Scott of Irvine for 1300 he holding possession until Jan 1005 Elmore Sowder our new trading firm sold two calves to J CFox for 12 also one to J H Rigsby for 750 J B Hutchins received a kick on the leg by a horse last Saturday though hes out at his school all right Mr James Kennedy and wife who have been in Indiana for some time returned home and are at his fathers at present Chas Spoonamore will havea sale here Saturday the 17th inst and will leave for Texas about the regret to see them leave us Miss Mittie Worrel who died at her home at Flatwoods was buried here last extend our sympa thy to the bereaved relatives BOURNE Joel Marsee bought 3 mule colts last week for 85 Mrs Sallie Pollard remains quite ill at this writing Tom Middleton sold a sow and pigs to A B Baker for 810 bought of Mrs Thos Turner nice calves for 20 Scott spent and Sunday with Miss Lucy Marsee Job Marsee sold a nice lot of cattle to Danville parties at 3J per pound Miss Lynnis Ham of Jessamine is the guest of her cousin HamMiss Nell Bourne spent last week with her sister Mrs Warner at Mc CrearyMiss Annie Marsee of Lancaster spent last week with Miss Rovesta TurnerMrs Turner of Hiattsville is visiting her parents Mr Tom Turner and wife Doc Jackson and wife of Bryants ville spent Sunday with Sherrow and family Mrs Wm Raney and two daughters Misses Bulah and Ida visited Allen Ray and family the latter part of last weekMrs Nancy Marsee returned last week from Middlesboro accompanied by her son Preston Marsee who will remain here for several months Hadnt Thought of It An exchange tells a story of a who decided to sell his and listed it with real estate agent who wrote a very good description of the place When the agent read it over to the farmer for his approval the man said read that again After the second reading the farmer a thoughtful mood for several minutes and finally said dont be lieve I want to sell Ive bees looking for such a place all my life nev er occurred to me that I had it until you described it No I dont want to postponed 20thwe Saturdaywe Gilbert Turner Miss Lula Saturday Miss Bertna JE old It sat In I and It tomII Oklahoma have SW two 45 farmer property sellout r r r r rSrili rrwmrrs J rrY ffijmr J l BUGGIES AND HARNESScheap for the next 30 days 1 H OMA NS r EL J ELMOREE i o McCREARY Jessie Gulley was so unfortunate as to be thrown from his horse last Sat urday and broke the large bone in his right leg near the ankle Miss Minnie Broaddus was quite sick last week but was able to go to her school Monday Miss Addle Doolie is suffering great ly with a felon on her finger Mrs Susie Cummins sale was well attended and every thing sold well She contemplates leaving our vicinity this week with her children and locate IllinoisBorn 15th to the wife of Will Adams a little girl Mrs J S Asklns has returned from the city and has a trimmer Her mil linery shop is a thing of beauty Mrs Whit Johnson is very ill of con sumption and is riot expected to live Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs WK Ilaviland 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 medi cine 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 50e and 1 bottles guaranteed by McRoberts Trial bottles free 1m After a migbhy lie has prevailed men call it the truth He Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said to Mistress Wesley Why do you tell that child the same over and over again John because 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 pneumo nia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists 1m It isnt what a man is but rather what he pretends to be that makes him ridiculous A Perfect Painless Pill is the one that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure and leave good taste in the mouth The famous little pills such work pleasantly and effectually are Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while Little Early Risers are sim ply perfect Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Too many men attempt to pass through the world on the reputation of their ancestors Do Good ItPav A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate deeds some 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 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 Usually when a man is a failure he has a patient little wife who makes excuses for him A Care For Dyspepsia I haaDyspepsialn 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 W W Saylor Hilliard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache con stipation bad risings In digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represents the natur al juices of digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and structive properties It flea and sweetens the stomach Sold by FP Friable Wesley once for doing DeWitts I DeWitts I Q meMrs sour recon iI NW Saves headache 4 breath cleaves pun ant 4g S MILLINERY Arriving Daily to Lancaster SALLIE D liramtB and Marble We are at all times prepared to offer the buying public the best in the market in the line of Monuments Headstones Markers Posts Coping etc etc Our line of designs are latest and we can also prepare special ideas Presented by our customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any where Karrard Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET III I NE7V r GOODS I Handsomest ever brollgt TI LET S S I A 0 MS I t I i sWx a 0 j c 1 4rxial Wheat Drills and Grass Seed B WfbKER SON I o o o o o o o o o io Now is the time for Pautiu i j I Pthave a of sizes Glass i 0 Let us have your business i 9 T1 I au- hlPutt1u1li1uffo1ass We full line C and all of o FRISBIEH s Drug Store j4 OO44414O44 1 1 j LA J b Jj I IJ1 rMl kti I HlATING STOYES c L r i 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 see what a great change J i lI I 150i 10 t I I I II M 1 JERT1LS I i t hER d r- i I tk 0 MROBERTS l r r E FAJ sFOR ALL sr0rE S ar rrS = I OId and New JSCHOOL 1 Gossip About People Ne eNe A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wz Are In Miss Ethel Dunn was in Lexington a few days Mrs A S Ford is in Lexington relatives Lewis Walker has been in Louisville for a few days Judge J C Hemphill attended the trotsin Lexington Mr Owen Shugars was at home a few days this week Mr Branham Beazley attended the trots in Lexington Miss Jennie Wallace began school Monday near Marcellus Mrs William Gregory hai been relatives in Richmond Mrs C D Waits has returned from a visit to relatives in Cynthiana Mrs Mattie Duncan is at home again from a visit to relatives in Stanford Mrs Pointer of Somerset is visiting her daughter Mrs Fannie Thompson Dr Chris Faris has returned from a short visit to relatives in Richmond Mrs McDowell of Irvine is the guest of her sister Mrs Lewis Walker Miss Mary Lear is a charming visi tor of Miss KatieSimpson Mason Mrs John Anderson is in Lexington visiting her daughter Mrs W JBrown ingMiss Jennie Parks of Paint Lick visited her aunt Mrs J S Robinson FridayMrs 0 0 Garvey of Uicholasville has been spending a week here with friends Rev J B Jones of Georgetown was the guest of Sallie Lou Myers MondayMr Thompson who has been the guest of Miss Mary Burnside has returned home Mrs Dick and daughter Miss Jean of Crab Orchard were here shopping Friday Mr McGee and family Lexington have moved in the Ward property on Lexington avenue Miss Pauline Arnold of Jellico is expected this week to visit her sister Lewis Walker has returnedfrom visit to her sister Mrs of Irvine Mrs R A Burnside and Miss Kate Walker have been visiting Mrs Wm I I i visiting I I I I I hotel I I I I I E G I I Mrs George Farris Irs I I visiting Miss Books p k Supplies DRUG STORE Lackey of McCreary Mr J Raymond Haselden has been quite ill but today is much better Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond is the is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Leander Davidson Mrs Ophelia Dunn visited her par ents Mr Jack Kemper and wife of Danville the past week Mrs M G Aldridge and Mr Raymond Haselden have returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs W S Beazley and Misses Emma Hood Sallie and Mattie Elkin were in Danville Friday shopping Miss Jennie Warren who has been visiting Miss Jennie Duncan has re turned to her home in Stanford Rev C M Chumbley wife and chil dren have returned from a very pleas ant visit to relatives in Virginia Miss Stella Ballou who has been guest of Mr H M Ballou and wife has returned to her home in Stanford Dr E G Dick the gentlemanly physi cian at the Crab Orchard Keeley In stitute was a caller at the Record office Friday Col Collier of Louisville has been here for a few days with his daughter Mrs B L Elkin who is very mach improved Miss Kate Walker who has been spending several months with her niece Mrs R A Burnside will leave this week for Lexington Mr and Mrs William Myall and little son Master Edward of Paris were the guests of Miss Knapp West during the W C T U State Convetion Miss Katie Simpson entertained a number of friends Friday evening at flinch Refreshmentswere served and a very enjoyable evening spent Mt Vernon Signal Col John Miller of Lancaster was here this week hav ing apples barreled and shipped The many friends of Judge R G here and elsewhere will be glad to hear that he is having a splendid law practice at Covington far anything comtemplated Her many friends will regret to learn that Miss Willie Belle Burnside is quite ill of fever at Dexter Mo She recently took charge of the music de partment of Dexter Christian College at that place and was meeting with the greatest success Her many Lan caster friends sincerely trust she will soon be restored to health Danville Advocate Miss Mae Rob inson was the hostess Monday at a birthday dinner at her home in the country Several Danville friends who were present enjoyed the cccasion immensely Amongthose present were Misses Mary and Cyrena Dunn Lilian Bohon Allene Hudson and Messrs Harry and Frank Robinson Harold Hutchings Bright Cassell and Steve Vaught D R surpass- Ing the Williams GUT SALE Ir II ARE 1 IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS FALl Prices Very Low H M Halloo Sonl Give 0sACall l car Account of Fred Kemperii Dean The Kansas City Star prints the fol lowing account of the death of Fred B Kemper whose remains were brought to this city for interment Fred B Kemper a motorman on the Observation park line of the Metro politan street railway dropped dead in the vestibule of his car about six oclopk last evening Death probably was due to heart disease Since the June Hood the north ter minus of the Observation park line has been the cornet of Broadway and Fifth street Car No 594 in charge in charge of Kemper and Gres ham conductor reached that point a few minutes before 6 oclock last eve ning Kemper took the handle from the north to the south end of the car and Gresham after turning the trol ley pole pulled the hell cord twice as a signal to proceed The car was on the switch leading from the east to the west track when a small boy in the street ran to the rear of the car and shouted to the conductor Mister somethings the matter with the motorman Gresham rushed through the car to the front vestibule and found Kemper lying on the floor unconscious The car had stopped of its own momentum With the assistance of two volunteers from the sidewalk the conductor lift ed Kemper upon one of tha car seats and then ran into a nearby drug store to summon a physician The tele phone there is in the Main district and could not be operated Gresham then returned to the car and taking his place in the front vestibule ran the car at high speed up the Broad way hill to Ninth street There were no passengers on the car Dr C E Bye of 903 Broadway was summoned but when he arrived Kem per was dead The physician express ed the belief that he had died within a few seconds after being lifted from the vestibule The car was run to the barn atNintn and Washington streets and Deputy Coroner Claude T Goble was notified After an examination the body was removed to Wagners undertaking rooms Dr Goble believes that death was caused by heart disease but will make a post mortem examination this morn ing There were no marks upon the hands or the body to indicate an elec trical shock and the apparatus of the car was found to be in perfect condi tionKemper returned to workSeptember 15 after an illness of two months with typhoid fever Yesterday he com plained of pains in the body which he ascribed to rheumatism lie arrang ed yesterday morning for a layoff todayKemper was 39 years old and lived at 3724 holly street He is survived by the widow and live small children Mrs Kemper has only recently recov ered fronym attack of typhoid fever With his family Kemper moved to this city from Lancaster Ky last January and entered the employ of the Metropolitan Street Railway com pany January 20 The number on his cap was 145 So far as Mrs Kemper knew her husband never suffered from heart trouble He had not en tirely recovered from his recent illness and had complained frequently of feeling weak MARKSBDRY Mrs Will Broaddus gave a dining to number of friends last Wednesday Mrs Margaret Naylor of Lancaster visited friends here last week Charles Burdett sold to Taylor Bur dett of Bryantsville a nice beef for 3c per pound Thaddie Aldridge who is attending school at Lexington visited the home folks Saturday and Sunday Miss Emily Humphreys is the guest of Miss Jennie Pollard Mrs Sallie Fox entertained several ladles at an elegant dinner Wednesday Misses Sallie nd Lee day sseveral with their sister Mrs V M Rice at Marcellus Dr H C Herring of Lancaster was the guest of his brother T I Herring Sunday For a pleasant physic take Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy td take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists 1m Stock Implements for Sale rented myplace I will sell privately 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 calves hogs good family horse 60 or 70 cords of and other articles we cannot enumerate here Some rare bargains 109 tf T A Elkin I E Herringspent I I and r John Chamberlains ry LAP ROBES MMMM MMtMtMM ttMfr ThesePeople Mean Business I We the famous line of Hocker Bootees and Mason Shoes E L Paint Lick o2tf The Logan Dry Goods Co are selling three cakes of Royal Cuticle Soap for lOco This is a tine toilet soap try itand you will use no other Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barley H A B Marksbury Son For Sale Good family mare six years old 9 18tf Dr W S Beazley Our stock of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Underwear is complete Splendid values in 25 and 50c numbers- 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats For Rent Large sample room in the W C T U urnished with elevator tab els and telephone I hate secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronage J B Conn The Logan Dry Goods Co are offer ing some special valucsin school shoes You should not fail tosee them 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 Our Millinery Department is right uptodate with new styles and at reasonable The Logan Dry Goods Co Town Property For Sato Desirable house and lot on Danville street Eight rooms good cistern stable and outbuildings 1J acres of land at once Apply at this office 92Ctf The best place in town to make money Entire stock for sale 925tf Stone Wall To close out the partnership of Stone Wall we offer our entire stock of groceries furniture etc at cost Ityou want a bargain call at once925tf 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 Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders any 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 sell the entire stock in a lump or close it out at retail at once This is the best stand in town and a most de sireable business Any one desiring to obtain a rare bargain and good will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall We are showing large assortment of Blankets and Comforts from the cheapest to best 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Osteopathy In Lancaster One word in explanation of It is the Daughless Science It treats successfully all curable Relieves many other things that all other modes of treatment have failed to benefit We do not de sire to commence treatment of any case unless we believe we can give material benefit Examination and consultation with out charge Sid Isbell D O Office at Mason Hotel tf I have some fine 0 I C pigs for sale These are thoroughbreds with fine pedigrees Prices 0 W I For Sale prices- 2t investment g Osteopathy 444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44444444 Jennings Ss St C S diseases 109 Pouts LEWIS Y President LEAYELL Our Fall and of Cloaks and Furs Saturday Oct 23 and have quite a number of garments on exhibtion at Those who are interested should not fail to call at this time 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Cool Coal We have Birdeye Cannel Semi Can nel and Jellico coal cheap for cash 2t II B Northcott Full stock FallGoods such as blank a call R L Jennings Paint Licko2 Seed Rye and Barley Seed Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I am ready to receive same Call and now as there is nothing to matter87tfProperty For Sale Having bought other property now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of situated on information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are now due I am always at Police Court room to re Rothwell Collector a14tf Seed Rye and Karlejr Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Timothy seed and strictly nice re seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson 109tf Coal Coal Austin at Bartons old stand stock of coal on hand They handle are corre what they will do for ju10tf Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson good comfortable rooms for a period of four or five months Must be centrally located Apply at the Record otllce tf At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Several varieties of screened seed for sale Potts Bros 102tf As I will be awayfor 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 109tf J T Leayell Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber ol several years experance which is to your interest J B Conn NOTICEGarrard Court Adrian Metcalf Plffl Jas Metca PetJn Equity Ben Metcalf Dft Persuant order made by the Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court on rule day towit on Monday Oct 5 1903 in the above styled case the un dersigned Master Comr will proceed to hear proof of settlement of the partnership of Adrian Metcalf and Ben Metcalf deceased through his Adm Jas Metcalf The hearing of proof and settlement to take place at the office of John W Miller Master Comr in Lancaster Ky beginning Friday Oct 30 and continue from day to day until com pleted JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court I 11 I 11 11111 I I Wint and handsome intiice garments coal I underwearhosiery Rye and Everything bydelay oal Beazl car n I nense at times nothing b lie t and their prices Ring uNo 5 and see y a WANTEDTwo Adm of f J to an 4e 44 4 opening Friday I S 28 tf wheat Plumbing vs d J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier WJ O RIGNEY Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis YLeavell J S Robinson B FHudson J J Walker T M Arnold The Asst J GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS Rifles Sgle Barrel Shot Guns Dble Barrel Shot Guns Hammerless Shot Guns New Rival Catridges Cartridges New Club Cartridges Peters Arms Co Cartridges I I I I I I lAir Guns I I I I I I I I i I Repeater 1 I I I r rI L f iti I tY WOVEN WIRE PENCEF 1KF p tl f i P tl0S e 0s ef 7Dsc l 0 11 r 0 Ir Tlt i N l LOVING OWl J dJR WE wwwwI A woman who is obliged to be j in bed all the time or most of the time because of disease is practically buried alive This is peculiarly so if she has been an active of out door sports and pastimes Life ans all lost to her If at times I on at the sports of others she feels like a phantom the scene of former joys No woman need accept weakness and sickness as her lot for life Dr Pierces Prescription makes weak women strong and sick wom en well It es creepfrom revisit ng Favorite Chicago Ills Did not pay to it until I kIt and ulceration and inflammation Was so weak that I was be in bed most of the time for me I tried Dr Pierces favor ite which cured using it only a little over I have had perfect health since and have reason tin obliged- to m com pletelyafter Avenue tablishes regularity dries the drains that weaken women heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Several I met with an accident which caused falling of the uterus writes Mrs F VicePresident Womans Ten nis Club residing at 113 ye New 11l to believe thatyour medicine cure female troubles Weak and sick women are invited to con sult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspond ence is held as sacredly confi dentin the written confi dences of wom en being guard ed by the same strict profes sional privacy observed Dr Pierce personal consultations with sick women Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substituteAor the medicine which works won ders for weak women in FREE Of Picfcm Common Sen Medical Adviser l sent FREE an focelpt of stamps tofire th clothbound volume I Add R V PielCI cay expense of nailIny ONLY Send 21 cvora or 31 stamps fop fir N Land Stock Crops Not much wheat land broken yet The wheat crop in this county will be about half a crop You can not have healthy happy turkeys if they are allowed to become infested with lice Stock of all kinds look well consid ering the dry spell Stock water is an object in some parts of the county are driving their stock several miles to water bought Mc Ribbon of Bracken county a fancy weanling mule for 85 Wharton Bros of Woodford sold a nice pair of mules to C B Cleveland for 350 J W Snope of Clark county sold to MrRatliff of Sharpsburg one mare mule colt tor SO This is a good time to bury the as paragus patch out of sight with rotted stable manure Dont cut the tops until spring unless you do cover the ground with manure Growers of sweet potatoes who use commercial fertilizer in the drill are in the habit of broadcasting horse manure over the land in the fall This is the month to do it Beerbohms Evening Corn Trade list of September 4 estimates the wheat crop 01 the world in 1903 at 2 100000000 bushels against 2997600 000 bushels in 1902 and 2822960000 bushels in 1901 There re a good many men and wo men who are making more clear profit from an acre devoted to poultrp than a good many farmers make from forty acres iu ordinary crops So alluring have been the promises of profit in ginseng farming that the subject has been taken up by official agriculturists in various parts of the United States Many of the discove ries made will be very valuable to far THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS lFOR INTERNAL NO EXTERNAL USE RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUM B AGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHCEA AND ALL BODILY PAINS 50 CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE CoC- OVINGTON KENTUCKY If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing people Lark Garnett of Chas two stable mere who contemplate embarking in the ginseng industry Cutworms are so troublesome in some fields that it is almost an to get a good stand of melons cantaloupes or cucumbers Such land should be plowed and kept stirred deeply with a spring tooth or cut until freezing weather If the soil is light and liable to drift by the winds it should be broadcast with manure after it has become It is a pitty to grow good celery and then let it freeze 1 have done this very thing myself by not being for the unexpected drop in By banking the family supply with boards it requires only a small amount of covering to make it safe There is almost an equal chance of causing early covered celery to rot by not providing plonty of ventilation when a warm spell comes We are having cold and dry weather Everything is fast in this county A little the 19th but just laid the dust dry winds soon fixed that for the again We are right in the middle of a drouth The people of this vicinity will make a tolerable good crop of corn which was early matured and early planted The late crop of corn is no good Sorghum is fineand making lasses is the order of the day are all falling otTo Sweet potatoes and Irish potates are good We can have sweet taters and possum in the fall Tell W C to come over in old Crittenden and help us feast we have plenty of possum applesand lots of possum Suppose you pay 10 or 15 for a trio of good fowls The first season you should raise one hundred birds from this trio Putting it at a low estimate we say you raise fifty from the trio you paid 10 or 15 for Any one of these birds ought to be worth 2 each and some of them might be extra tine and sell for 5 to 10 each We knew a man who paid 12 for a trio of Buff and who raised thirty birds from them the first year After the breeding season he sold the old birds for more than they cost him and out of the young stock he sold three for 10 each and a number of pullets for 5 each Last week gave fhe racing world two more sensations in the way of speed Maj Delmar the trotting gelding who recently lowered his to 2001 was given nother trail Friday of last week on the Empire City track of New York and clipped the fraction from his record trotting the mile in 200 minutes flat thus equaling the sensational performance of Lou Dillon a few weeks ago On Wednesdey of last week on the same track the worlds pacing record of 159 held by Dan Patch was smashed by Prince Alert who paced the mile out Confessions Priest 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 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 lm impossibility harrow barnyard frozen prep red temperature Apples Co- chins cockerels record ora RevJnoSCox number medicine by MeRoberts Only 5Oc duI nnfy rgTinntT Tnnn a 6 a a o MS tnnnnnra 500 a c grs POTTS BROS I 0 0 0 0boo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I FLOUR FEED STORE and EXCHANGE o Manufacturers of and dealers inHigh Grade Flour and Meal o Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton a Seed Meal Flax Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay StrawOr EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave J PHONE 100 L CP a tft ft ft 1 1 fl ft ft JUtftABJUUUtftA JUUUtAP JUUUUUl B fl ftABi0 C o 0 4 ft ill 157 66 tho wpld has f lli tW Vthit iicxi Farmers Iloma Journal Among the string of shOw horses hsintf oxliin ted this season by C T Simdige arc two that have made a brilliant record One IsDare Chester by Chester Dare 2yearold stallion owned by W L Caldwell of Boyle county and the other is Vester Dare by Chester Dare a 2yearold filly owned by G B Rob ertson of Garrard county These two animals have been shown 26 times in twoyearold saddle and es and have won twentytwo first pre miums Both won in their classes at the State Fair last week For have 48 head of No 1 liiiht feeding cattle for sale John W Miller Lancaster Ky 10 I64t I have for sale nine nice shoats cheap Theyre as nice as silk 3t T Currey BRYANT8VILLE Miss Nannie Arnold is in Lexington for a two weeks visit Mr Cal Nevius and wife of Lancas ter were heac Sunday Bryan Pettus the little son of W M Pettus continues real sick Quite a number of mule colts have been sold from 40 to G 5 Mrs Josie Boner of Camp Nelson is with Mrs C C Becker this week Mr C C Becker w io was conlined to his room all of last week is able to business Mrs Ann Dunn of is visiting the family of her broth or W J hogan Miss Lillie Leaven this entered the Conservatory of Music at Lexington for the fall term 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 Personally 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 8 head of extra work mules 5 to 7 years old 6 head of 2yearold mules 5 mule colts 1 mare and colt 4 jennets 12 head of BroodMares 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 line bred saddle mares and good producers also several nice driving mares and geldings LADY LAW SON the fine 2yearold a full sister of Gypsy Queen One 3YEAROLD FILLY by Alliewood very fast Farming Implements as follows Four 2horse wagons 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 buggies 1 dump cart Saddles bridles and single harness Also one full set of blacksmith tools and the following CROPS 150 barels of old corn 50 tons of timo thy 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 Ail my household furniture consis ting of several bedroom sets 1 set of dining roomfurniture 1 silver chimes organ carpets chairs c of every description Terms Made Known Day of Sale Sale begins at 9 oclocksharp Oakland StockFarm DANVILLE KY f ml1 ute t1li tcr54Id a a harnessclass SaleI 110r Sale or beat Indiana PUBLIC SALE OF Live Stock FriayOct16th Angus pony hay20 I lVI D0Nll I w 9cFARlS Paris Dentlsts Office over Thomp a S i nov Iwo acorn I 8 BEAZLEY Beazley cas storeDanvIlle si A tllN 11 XIulllPMClttli jiin Frist System igii iiiiiiuntj s lliitt It will sell tickets from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Oklahoma Indian Territory Kjinsns and Texas at the very low roundtrip rate of Slf 00 Opportunities for homes in the South west are still plentiful and the best laTTrtS arc by no means up Excursion tickets sold at this extreme ly low rate will be good on any of the Frisco regular trains leaving St Louis at 230 p m 835 p m and 1000 p m7 October 20 and leaving Kansas City 715 p in and 1130 p m on the same date If you are looking to the for a future home this excursion of October 20tn is an excellent to investigate the country Your own home ticket agent will be able to give you full information as to rates and limits of tickets Write for our interesting booklet en titled News Lands Along the Frisco System by Bryan Snyder and for information to R S Lemon Frisco Immigration Bureau St Louis it Property now occupied by Dee GuI ley on Crab Orchard street Mrs 3 I Hamilton 1010tf Hunters and fishermen will do well to see the list of posted farms publlSh ed in this issue It may save you cost and trouble Vine Connection The connection from Lancaster to Louisville over the Bastin lines are the best to be had We talked with a Louisville house recently and the voice was as distinct as if in our own city The rates arc very reasonable and service prompt Uncle Dave Ross says he caught a sucker in Dix river last week which measured one foot eight or eight foot one we dont remember which Any how it was a good un Broke Into House- S Le Quinn of Cavendish Yt was robbed of his customary health by of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested Und now hes entirely cured Theyre guar t o cure 25e at Drug Store 1m He is truly a great man who achieves greatne s without making a noisewhile doing Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds and prevents pneumonia Tale no substitutues C C J E Stormes lm FINE FARM FOR SALE The splendid Sine Grass Farm of the late Samnel G Thomas located five miles from Dan villc will be sold at public auction at door iu Danville Ky on Monday Oct 19 1903 at 1 oclock p m This contains 257 acres of first rate blue grass land and is one of the best Improved farms in the state having every facility applied for firstclass farmingandstock raising The improvements cousist of one splendid TenRoom Brick Dwelling a fine Stock Barn with tell to fifteen stalls for handling trotting horses 1 large Tobacco Barn 1 large Pumping Kngiiie located iu wellbuilt pumpinghouse for supplying stock water to various parts of the many other val uable buildings All persons desiring to investigate willwrite to the undersigned at Fnulcouers Station or Inquire at her residence on said farm and opportunity wilt be given to the farm and improvements Sirs ANXA V THOMAS Widow of Samuel G Thomas Decd It FINE FARM FOB SALE I will offer for sale out Saturday October 24 1903 publicly on the premises seven miles from Lancaster on Richmond and Lancaster turn pike the farm consisting of 125 Acres First Class Land There Is good 4 room dwelling plenty of riitcr and necessary ontbuilclingstm the place The laud is III high state of cultivation und well watered If trot sold the place will be rented at same time and place Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 a ipr A W KAVAXAlGIf Agent for Jennlu Kavanaiigh POSTEDThe 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 s z Joc lhr tPiirtcucHJ 10 aU taken Southwest opportunity detailed Secretary For JScit invasion anteed it- t courthouse fur1 nd K prosecute I llotcs1 Ills fat in i new I n S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lucien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N BAnderson Clay Sutton T L Broaddus J W Sutton B L Kelly Mrs West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J CJEemphill IT Price Bros George WS Ferguson J M brand W L Lawson W M Mahan R 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 Leavell New Stage Line Lancaster and Danville New Vehicles Fresh Horses Lv 8 A M Ar Dahvllliff 1030 A M Lv Danville 2 f Mi Ar Lancaster 430 P M Alex MillerPropyrietor LancaSter a1 T ivlihout leaving H soar is JettItts The nama With lliiitl is applied lo many salves but Ie Witch Ila Salve only Witch Hazel Kalvc that contains the nnartulleiatoti witch hazel If any other Haze Salve is oirjred you it is a counterfeit E 0 DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in theVorld for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind bleed ing itching and protruding pileS Sold by F P Frisbie lm Money makes the mare the jockey has horse SOuSe Dieting unite I icnt e To cure Dyspepsia orjndigestion it longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such that the whole system becomes an easy prey to disease Kodol 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 a never failing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia timid all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie lm A lot of time is wasted by clocks that run too fast and by fast young men Itan a Tea Xliroimli Hiw Hand While opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Y ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of his hand I thought at once of all the pain and soreness thiswould cause me he says and immediately Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my it removed all pain and sdraness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all druggists lm Man is the only animal that cant be trusted to remain idle Than W W Baker of Plai n view Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for years She tried a number of doctors and spent over with out relief She became very low and lost all hope A friend recommended Foleys Honey 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 lm Womans idea of worldly wisdom is to know the failings of her neighbors German Syrup We want to impress on our readers that Boschees German Syrup is pos tively the only preparation on the market today that does relieve and cure consumption It contains the specifics such as pure tar extracts of gum etc which have been so highly endorsed for the cure of coughs colds and consumption by the great medical congresses Theconsumptive whether his disease is in the throat or lungs must have rest at night and be free from the spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning The diseased parts want rest healing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all druggists Feb 04 A man imagines his bride an angel until she asks him for money 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 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 which can only be by keeping the 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 billiousncss ner vousness and Induces refreshing 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 Its always advisable for a poor liar to tell the truth 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 sine lung remedy it cures coughs and colds itiickly lm Relations between the milkman and the hydrant are frequently strained A Love 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 Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at McRoberts Drug Store lm A penny saved is a penny earned and a dollar saved is a dollar youdidnt loan the Kidneys When they are effected life is in danger V Dr great physician Foieys Kidney sound kidneys C C J E Stormes lm j 2sIra Ttintte11 Witt s ze the goif n weakness 0 n Nail BayN applied surprise I Spout More llOO fifteen 1000 l advocatedby accomplished I I vcr law C C E Stopnes Buck ns m says the ED C remakes I n VItO l lit loire itch is- o leHhi ss 5 Letter 4 5 Watch Sm r t1N05 1 52 UpaE apesPc5e= IS SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS 1 17 7 Union H inal Baft Building LOUISVILLE KY JABEAZLEYGO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS- To be found in the town Prices low DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law y- Q Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 o f 0000000000000000 R L So 00000 000 2 digests what you eat accelerates the action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to tha igestive organs KonOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KonOL cleanses purifies strengthen and sweetens the stomach is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many wellsick and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tained in the food they eat BoWes only 100 Size holdfae times the trill size which sells for SOc found only Ir E C DtVITT 4 CO CBICAMl Sold by F P Frisbie Nothjng has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it 2 II KingsNew t d 11s wW 4l6 f B Good EnpIoy att d Su e CALL on WIIIT rot roLL ItlrCfU ATrOIl Business College fTHPS F TURNER ifiLiili i CHASG HARRIS f YOU SORE USE or Money Refunded Sore Joints and Neuralgia which will Sweat Out the and Inflammation Sold only In Sc SOc 100 Bottles At all good Druggists EYPEnAnnnIJr fP pr IAiUOSus RiseumatismFARE Fall 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Evergreens Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for OrcliardLawn1Garden No agents but best prices to thejilant cr Catalogues on application to 11 1 HILLENJIEYEK Both phones LEXINGTON KY ThatSmooth FinishS- o much desired all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M IT LAUNDRY Main St LexingtoI KyPhones 202 H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky uu U Trees Trees 5 1 53 w The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DEXXY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird 00000 O 000000 00000000000 O 0 o o 2 o 0 o 00 0 g g J F Asst Cashr o 0 2 O 0 0000 0000 O c 493 ss 5 4 K ODOL KODOL KonOL ODOLK II For cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles A Perfect Cure OXIitUMJ8TIOX ournis and OLD IIPrice 50c 100 For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free KIDNEY DISEASES most fatal of allrethe diseases I FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE It I BuariHtiid Rinedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc aad 100 I o rmL DRPIERCES MEDICAL DiSCOVERYFOR TilE BLOOO L3 V5ER LU WGS Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna Lifelfls Co ofEartforlCoi GOlljLEiI RI KINNAIRD INSURAr CER- eDresentin COIDDaniesFo11ollg I TrainsLeave Lancastel 1NotO I No21 8 Orl 1OiOAM Noe- 22I0im ii I Time in effect Now i6 For Richmond Winchester Lexlng ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia nil Purls Carlisle COY Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction City Leba non Louisville Crab Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etc For Richmond and intermediate sta For Stanford and way stations f oro tloU8 Trains ran dally except Sunday Above la LEAVING 10 11 stop at all sta ons when flailed I