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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 23 1903 THE CENTRAL R cbRDOURTBENTH YEAR NUlIlBlIRlSO 7- i r- J 0f local Interest List of signers to the pttitons for city councilmen will be found on page 4 of this issue Read it County Court Monday Hickory nuts are selling for 81 per bushel The turkey crop bids fair to well The excursion carried many to Sunday For 25 cents we will add your name to our Posted notice Try it Meat hogs are plentiful and are that prices will be within reach of the poor man this fall Dont throw down a good thing just for the experiment of trying to get a better one especially where you are dead sure to get worsted in the bar gain Beat Worlds Record Lexington Friday afternoonDan Patch broke the worlds wagon record Chicken thieves are having their own way lately Sqiure Kinnairds roost was visited recently and every chicken he had taken A few charges of bird shot is splendid remedy for the trouble There are some chicken thief traps set now every night Republican Speaking The Republican campaign ccmmit tee has arranged for Hon W C Owens to speak at the court house Friday the 30th at oclock p m At same time Hons P M McRoberts and W L Sumrall candidates for circuit judge and attorney will be present and ad dress the voters The republicans are making great preparations for a big crowd and a rousing rally Splendid Arrangement When you have to go to Louisville take the 826 p m train go over to Stanford and stop at the St hotel You can get several hours sleep but when the north bound Lou isville train is late which it gener ally is you get the benefit of that much more sleep as the porter at the St Asaph learns how late the train is and does not call you until just time to catch the train This is a great convenience and benefit to the travel ing public and is winning many more friends for the popular hotel c I turnout Cincinnati chances A r p truly i Asaph Air panties and grates at hot torn prices J R Daselden Stoics t tt Fire 1r Coal Vases rock i Tight Heating h Oil Heaters Sets Eld Tinder will preach at the church next Sunday on the subjects 1045 The Religion We Need 7 p m If Christ should come tonight what would you do Please Remember If you wish to air your views en the water works proposition or the trus tees race please remember that your name must be signed to the and that we charge ten cents a line on such matter No nom de plume goes as The Record will not be made a breastworks for writers to hide behind Ifyou assume the responsibility for anything keep your head closed game of flinch swept over the country like wildfire but it is thought it will give way toone of later date originating at Bluffton The called Christianity The girls get on one side and are called Christians The boys get on the other side and are called heathens Then the heathens embrace Christianity It is thought the game will become quite popular Dunkiek News Old U Ann The following problem is the rounds and is rapidly filling the insane asylums so they say See if you can solve It but dont send answers to this office if you please Mayor RKinnaird Hugh Logan Jno W Morrow will doubtless be able to tell you if have the correct answer but we do not know anything about it Go to them Here it is Mary is 24 years old Mary is twice as old as Ann was when Mary was as old as Ann is now How old is Ann Posted Notice We desire to call attention of those persons whose names are signed to our Posted list that the year has expired and if they desire to continue to warn the public against tresspass ing upon their premises we will car ry another year for twenty five Many have renewed but some overlooked the matter When you post your land in a newspa per the law protects you the hunt ing soon opens you had better look after this Try This In Lancaster A preacher in a neighboring church as a prelude to a recent sermon re quested that he desired all the ladies who were wearing 15 hats to take them off so as not to obstruct the vision of those in the rear but supplemented his request with the that those who were in of only hats could keep them on It is needless to state that every hat came off and left the feminine portion of the congregation as bare as Mother Eve in the primordial Garden of Eden Becbnam Coming Gov J C W Beckhams special train will arrive at Lancaster on Thursday Oct 29 at 105 p m and leave at 135 p m Senators Blackburn McCreary and other distinguished speakers will be on board The Governor and oth ers will speak at the depot and local speakers will address the crowd after the train leaves Let there be a great gathering of the democratic hosts and all the people to manifest theirappre ciation of good government as by our young and fearless A D Leavell Chm Dem Cam Comt Garrard Co Good Entertainment The Crescent Comedy Co played three nights in this city last weekand gave universal satisfaction The com pany is wellbalanced and have a splen did repetoire of plays The special ties are exceptionally good and each performer was compelled to answer to The Hawthorne Sisters are as all theatregoing people know of rare ability They are gifted musicians quite pretty and do their work with an ease and grace that calls forth prolonged applause It was a pity Lancaster had no play house for the company but we trust the town will have shaken off her sleepy be gait ere another show season comes around V rra See Growth CourierJournal J M Farra one of Lancasters leading business men has completed a visit to Louisville He is secretary of the Worlds Fair commit tee in Garrard county and foremost in promoting the commercial welfare of the county It takes Kentuckians to realize the full growth of Louis ville Mr Farra said Why this city is growing to a remarkable ex tent Every six months I see a vast I have seen numerous little improvements this trip and the last time I was here I saw others An outsider who comes to Louisvilleonce a year and then takes only a passing notice is not so well qualified to judge as one of us home people who inspect closely No Nominations Monday was the last day in which to get names on the tickets and the republicans bringingin no for representative and circuit clerk Messrs 8 D Cochran and Will Hamil ton will have no opposition offices These are the only county offices to be filled this fall the nd judicial district composing the I ballot The people living in town will be Allots and city Christian YoureU The new How Stormes and E you The thename h a v e A season optical 1 encores artI- sts Improvement state liven following communication cant games cents remark possession administered Governor hlnd the times candidate forth two s ese Eld H D Smith of Hopkinsville will Monday and preach at the Christian church that night The is cordially invited to attend the series of meetings Progressing Nicely Work en the waterworks has been pushed rapidly and the dam is almost complete It would pay any one to drive out and see the dam It is made of clay and other dirt but to fully its construction one must see it Through the middle is a large oak fence on which IS a heavy of tar and creosote This prevents the muskrats and insects from working through the dirt On side next to the water is a heavy stone wall or as engineers call it At the base the dam is thick which ta pers slightly to the top It is as long as across the Public Square This makes a natural basin which will hold enough water to run New York city The house is now being built This is of brick and will be modern in every way The engines have arrived and are being put in position The of pipes is going on all over town the one from the lake having been completed to city limits The ditching is done with a machine which does the work of fifty men in less time than it takes to tell it This is a wonderful invention and quite interesting The big iron pipes are scattered all over town You had better step lightly at night or you will run into one If the city were to place red lights on all the pipes in town decided itshould do in a recent case one could not walk for lanterns Exercise judgment when out at night and you will not run these pipes They will soon be out of the way Raised Fine Corn Capt Grove of the night trains has turned farmer and indications are that he will beat the worlds record as a corn raiser On his place near Covington he raised 250 bushels on 21 acres and the ears were the largest ever seen in that section He takes great interest in farming talk crops with all ease If the Captain wants to make a good thing he ought to rent the land along the rightofway between here and Rich mond then get the railway officials to give him Capt Phil Prices run on the day trains In this way he would have all the time necessary to put in and look after crops in each ping occasionally to step over to Prices jerkwater train and collect tickets Theres no doubt but that a man could run several farms and keep up with Phils OPPOSITION Nam s Proposed for City Petition Held Back T11 As was predicted in The Record a lot of new names were sprung to oppose the present board of City Councilmen Elsewhere in this issue will be found the new ticket This move has been on foot for some time and those who want to fight the board did not show their hand almost the minute that is the time for getting the names on poll books expired Monday so the list was not filed with the county clerk until the eleventh hour The new condl dates are honest upright far as we arc able to say but that is not the point to be considered at thiselection It is aquestion t f we shall depose a set of tried and true business men and put in men who are not familiar with the business now in hand The plan adopted for the wtaerworks is the only one by which the town could ever get the sys tem limited means preventing any other The present board have stud ied the question for two years and now that they in the midst of the it is absolute folly it is indeed ridculous to even think of putting the business in new and unfamiliar hands We have nothing against the new can didates nor are we for the ones on any personal grounds but from a bus Icess standpoint the election of a new board is without a doubt the most absurb move we ever heard of Fact of the matter Is there are some people in town who are sore on the present board for making them comply with certain laws and now for them to want to place the towns interests in jeopardy is childs play not far from silliness The tiger owners and back ers are opposed to the old board as a matter of course others are down on them for failure to get office and others are opposed to them simply because they against anything and that is for the towns better ment The new men may carry out the contracts to the letter but it is a bad idea to give up a certainty foran uncertainty a bird in the hand being worth a whole flock in the bush The taxpayers should look into this very carefully before casting a ballot to spite someone Dont cut off your nose to spite your face but use good study well and if you weigh the matter carefully you will conclude the towns welfare is in good hands and it is a good idea to let enough alone This while taking no sides in wants it clearly un derstood that ins race like this it is going to be heard from We dont pose to hurt anyones feelings but if you get huffy utterance herein we can always he found at old arrive understand 100feet power laying aswas I mattersand- can fieldstop Saturday citizens- so whether build- Ing are old everything pro tany andT f public coat riffraff probably into train New Councilmen Saturday present until last all matter are judgment well politics the Parties desiring to contribute ing to the box to be sent the mountain T U will please send same to the Union rooms in Lancaster before Saturday A Cordial Welcome The W C T U rest rooms are open at all times and a special invitation is extended to ladles coming from the country to stop there eat their lunch es and make tbemselve at home No charge whatever The Temple Dedicated The editor of The Record had the pleasure of attending the dedication of the beautiful Masonic Temple at Louisville Tuesday There were about eight hundred or athousand present The Grand Lodge was in session and there were six hundred delegates to this The Grand Master John Landrum was escorted from the Scottish Rite Cathedral to the Temple by various Blue Lodges Knights Templar Council of Select Masters and the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of the Grand Consistory of Kentucky The ceremonies were beautiful that pertaining to the corn wine and oil being especially The children of the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home took part and were loudly applauded The new building cost about 250000 It is a splendid structure and contains one of the prettiest theatres in the country The building draws large revenue from the rent of the theatre and office rooms Mr Jacob Joseph Senior Warden of Lancaster Lodge 104 as representative to the Grand Lodge meeting and will return home tonight A Little Advice To those persons who buy clothing and other articles from peddlers who visit Lancaster ever court day we wish to say a word Of course you have a perfect right to buy from them but on the other side of the ques tion Supposes you were broke and the cold winds were whistling thro your old summer suit would you go to the street peddler and tell him you needed the goods and would have some money when I sell my hogs or some other product Of course you wouldnt tell him that for know he would not let you have suit You would goStraight to your home merchant the fellow who docs at home and he would let you have them on credit Now is it fair to spend your cash with some rooster whom you will never see again and that too for inferior goods and then wait until you are hard run to trade with the home merchant Certainly not and The Record prints this item to call your attention to the fact that you are doing wrong to give your cash to a stranger and then go merchant with a tale of woe to get credit Think over this and when the sheap cloding man offers you his all vool trash keep your money in your pockets and spend it with the fellow to whom you would go if you were busted had to ask a little tine for goods Additional Personals Mr H B was In Stanford Wednesday on business Miss Fannie Henry has accepted position in the Lancaster Grocery Mr Sam Pollard and wife left for the west to reside in the future Mrs J B Kinnaird will entertain Friday the 30th in honor of the B B club and other friends Miss Camille Hopper Hustonville is expected this week for a visit to aunt Miss Jane Little Ector H Smith Jr died Sun day at half past four of dyptheria and was buried at his home in El Dorado Ark Monday Mrs Smith is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry of Messrs Ollie Terrill and Dave Hew ey of Paint through town Monday en route to the wild west where they will locate and grow up with the country They are most young men and The Record wishes them unbounded success Danville News Miss Nannie Gaines who has been spending several days in Lexington is at present visitingfciends at Flemingsburg Mr T B Robinson was mingling with the politicians in this city Monday Mr Alex Denny one of Garrards finest citizens was in this city yesterday Senator George Farris of Lancaster was in Danville Monday Mr Dave Walker of Lan caster was in Danville Saturday Miss Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster has been the west of the Misses this Lou Grant Lancaster one of the best newspaper writers in the State the News office a pleasant call this morning On Wednesday evening at seven oclock Miss Pauline Arnold tied to Mr Lester Wilson at of Senator Geo T Farris her brother inlaw in this city Tne bride is the daughter of Mr John L Arnold one of Garrards most prominent citizens find is a young lady of many accom plishments She Is highly cultured and oneof the most popular young ales in the county For some time her home in Jellico The groom resides In Greenville Miss where he is prominently with the businessinterests of fijsclty The couple left for a bridal tour thro the south after they will reside in Greenville extends its heartiest congratulations to the happy th W C Masons W remained look to a home and Northcott rues herI HopperI B Lickpassed Cotton county Miss of was 1 she hasmade impressive you the business I I I I S this city excellent paid mar residence identified which F coupler Look Out You will have to pay penalty on your school tax if not paid in a few days Harris YOU can bargain on a buggy now Romans Elmore 1033 Committee Call The members of tie Democratic Campaign Committee of Garrard coun ty are requested to meet at the Coun tv Judges office Monday Oct 26th County Court day at 10 oclock a m for the transaction of important busi ness A D Leavell Chm 2t Dont buy a winter buggy rug until you see our stock and prices Romans Elmore 1023 We dont want to keep our large stock of vehicles through the winter you can get one cheap Romans El more 10 23 Itepubllciill Speaking A Republican rally will be held at the House in Lancaster Kyon Friday October 30th at 1 oclock p in lion W C Owens one of the most eloquent and gifted orators in the state will speak in behalf of the re publican ticket lIon P M McRob orts Republican candidate for Circuit Judge and lIon W M Sumrall Re publican candidate for Common wealths attorney will also be present to present their claims for election It D R Collier Chm Democratic lion G G Gilbert and Judge M C Saufley will address the citizens of Garrard at the Court House m Lan caster on Monday Oct 26 at 230 p A D Leavell Clim Dem Cam Committee All parties going to Indian or Okla bourn Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on Lancaster Ky tf We have a stock winter buggy rugs cheap Romans Elmore 1023 Paint Lick Holler mills We are now betterequipped for bust ness than ever We have just com pleted the enlargement of our mills and everything is complete for both custom and merchant work We give customers just the same quality of Jlour that we sell to our trade We guarantee good flour be made We clean all corn through a Eureca Corn Cleaner and all waste our selves We make nice clean pure mealPrompt dispatch for our customers prompt shipments to our trade Your trade both custom and merchant is solicited and appreciated 1023 3t Burnam Rucker O L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law 5 Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 009 and upward C rugsRomans E W Court Oratory dayEverybody J E Stormes lare Beta as can 00000000000040000000 0 C Q Opportunity to buy Clothing W air IJj 1I1tJJll AlL jf 11 If I 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 REMARKA ELY CHEAP Now is your time to get a suit Overcoat or pair of Pants for less than value 000400444b00 00OOb 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 Par Opening Friday and Saturday Oct 23 and 24 Dont miss it We will have some Special Garments for this occasion 5 THE Logan Dry Goods 60 r l BUELL BOOTEES FALL WINTER Star Mike Buell Wood Weber V C E Godman Excelsior Plummer Florsheim Level Best Walk Over Drew Selby a Smith Stering f Red School House s We Lave the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes that money buy Prices to suit all F L O R S 1 I I I I II I I I 1 n SHOES SHOES i i t II t I v BT LOGANIt I I II I n I I II I I I I I H I I I II 11 J HElM tI It H H can GET IN THE THE Mercantile COMPANY We are Now Ready with the CLOAKS 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 off so you KNOW you are get ting Fresh New and Clean goods fiet First Choice THE COMPANY r HABITOF HandsomestBest Largeststock WinterWearables Withample Come Early and Iereantile i t JOSEPH Dress 6oods and JOSEPH 0NtTUTIONAl AMeNDMgtqp Voted On at lUo election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of KentuckyThe Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY LASS to pro 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 Pod Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClass Mail Mailer Lancaster Ky October 23 1903 There is said to be a stampede among those indicted in the post scandal to turn states evidence So there is something of rascality to tell about after all notwithstanding the vigorous oftrepeated and numer oils denials from many quarters that the charges of graft were overdrawn and groundless The people are satis tied that the corruption has been deep but they are pleased with the demon stration by the president that he will have the objectionable condition of af fairs probed to the bottom John Alexander Dowie the Zionist leader and his restoration host of ZIon City near Chicago have arrang ed to invade New York City about midOctober and until November 10 Eight special trains on as many railroads have been engaged to carry the army of 3000 Zionists It is said the show draws almost as well as Barnums The country at large is beginning to think that it Is about time for the bulls and bears in Wall street to aban don their personal controversies and let normal healthy conditions prevail which they would soon If the wild speculations and internal wrangles among the money kings would only If you value the world simply for what you can get out of it be assured that the world will in turn estimate your value to it by what it can get out of you Such a man may have follow ers in prosperity but not in adversity This is proven true every day Once and a while something hap pens which appears as though so me people at least believed in justice Last week a Lexington jury returned a verdict in favor of a railroad compa ny Yes sir this is true startling as it is Mr Rockefeller says there are many more desirable things than money Ibis may be truebut the world would be quicker to believe it if some one other than its richest man made the remark Since the milkmen have formed a trust it will be in order for someone to organize the Amalgamated of Jersey cows and call the mem bers out on a strike The Western girl who roped a steer and tied him up in fortyfive seconds has opened the eyes of suffering wom en to the usefulness of a lasso with a brute of a husband Teachers Wanted The Civil Service Commission has just received a call from the Philip pine government for 150 male teach ers with salaries as follows 25 at 1 200 70 at 1000 and 55 at 900 per annum It is desired lo secure these teachers without unnecessary delay and an examination will be held on October 1920 in various cities in Kentucky will be held at Louisville Lexington Toe Country Paper The country editor must and does depend upon his friends to help make his paper interesting Show some in terest in your local paper give all the information you can to the publisher Marriages births deaths or any little item may interest some one Such items are often absent simply because yon dont let the editor know of them Did you ever think what a steady a newspaper is Week after week it goes on telling of the little things in your neighborhood If you undertook to write half as much as the paper tells you would give up In despair letters would grow shorter and farther apart and finally cease People should recognize this and take pleasure in giving the editor items he would otherwise miss The Old Darkey Bight Opie Reed tells of an attorney in Kentucky who was driving along the road one day when his horse shield and broke one of the shafts of the buggy He was wandering what he should do when an old darky came along The darky saw the trouble went to the side of the road cut a hickory switch and peeled it With the peeling he bound the broken shaft together soT that it was strong enough for the to be resumed The attorney save the negro a coin and at the same time thanked him I would never have thought of mending itthat way he said pot replied darky Some men Is jest marter than others II i 1 foR vide unT cease Association Examinations and Paducab letter that happen Ispect Iiatcheri V flovcmtec office hold meetings The journey the 4 Lani Stock Crops 1 For Sale I have 48 head of No 1 light cattle for stile John W Miller Lancaster Ky 101G4t Artificial wool is being made in Ger many from turf fibre From it is man ufactured hats rugs cloth etc It is said to be an excellent ab sorbentWm and Tobe Montgomery of Jessamine county sold in 23 hogsheads of tocacco grown last year on 18 at 630 to 1425 a total of 82557 T H Mattingly of Woodford county has tobacco leaves that measure forty inches In length and 19 inches in widthW Neale of Stonewall Ky de livered to Wm McKee of Cynthiana one weanling mare mule at 90 R Gossett sold to Zack Lee of Clark county a pair of yearling mules price 180 W T Woodard of Lexington sold Mattie H 21H b in 3 years old by Altavita dam by Monaco to Jack Curry of Lexington for 1900 The record of cattle receipts was broken at Chicago last week when il 903 head were received one day over 5000 more than ever reached that market in a single day Truman Bros of Greenvillerecent ly bought from a party in the county a nice two year old black mare mule 15i hands high for 120 Tobacco cutting is about over with now so the growers may now take a day off until stripping time All of the tobacco crop in Adair county has been cut and housed When the cold weather came most farmers commenced cutting tobacco and most of it will be cut this week Henry county local Oct 1 There will be a considerable of feed this winter in many local ities Concentrates are high in price and will be higher before long All this should be an especially strong in ducement to do some close culling This high priced feed should be fed only to those cows that will yield a profit There is no business no sense in feeding good feed to that will eat their heads off before New Year Scales and tester will help you find themA dispatch from Maysville Ky says The American Tobacco Company which has been experimen ting in growing Burley tobacco under canvas in this now pronounces the experiment a success but costly Last spring two acres were planted and then covered with canvas the canvas being just high enough to permit a horse to pass under it while plowing tobacco The sides are enclosed with canvas resembling a circus tent The field was kept watered by a sprinkling cart The finest crop of cigarette ever grown in this country was produced and is now about ready to cut The plants stand varying from four to six feet high The leaves and each stock produces from to twentysix leaves Alfred Rogers of this county has bought 40 acres of land from Arch Frye five miles from Danville on the Lebanon pike for 2800 Hope of Romapoa registered Jersey cow owned by the agricultural depart ment of the University of Missouri has since 1886 through the sale of her butter milk and calves brought into the treasury of the school 134172 Her record for the 17 years is 78575 pounds of milk 4157 pounds of butter and fifteen calves A prominent breeder of Shorthorns claims he has found a way to keep the boys on the farm As each boy reach es a certain age he gives him a few good pedigreed females bargaining that he is to have all the males while the boy received all the females The father claims that it pays him well while the son finds himself with a small herd of improved animals on his hands and has no desire to leave the Journal- A thrifty Eastern farn ask ed how he got success on a small farm replied I make it a rule go to market to bring home more money than I carried away In other words I endeavor to sell in value more than I buy and to grow everything on the farm for my own use that the land will produce This simply means that this man exercised close economy in connection with good judgment and this rule will invariably bring success whether on a big or little farmMan boasts of his wonderful his inventions and scientific discoveries Yet this intelligent ani mal lived for of years in close touch the tomato without finding out it was gdod to eat Men now living remember when this in comparable vegitable was called love apples and supposed to be poisonous The individual who first stuck his tooth in its juicy sides and found it was not fatal prime benefactor to race who deserves monument if he could be discovered Confession Priest Rev Wake writes For about 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but Rot no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medi cine for Liver and trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by McEoberts Only 50c 1m t acres shortness cows tobacco extend twentytwo farmHome being when 1 was a tile era Jno S Cox pf lam i rnJ y 61 soft and Louisville county Intelligence thousands with as Ark number a k I v Sale of fPM o ni ciajr F0roia Rltlimond The sale of the personal property of General Cassius W Clay was concluded on last Thurs day after the articles had been exposed to public bidding for two day Never In the history of the county have arti cles brought such fabulous prices Many who attended the sale were curiohunters from different places and the bidding for every article was spirited Almost everything that was put up was of historic value A pair of candelabra and a centerpiece were bought by B J Clay of this city for 200 E F Clay Jr of Paris pur chased a favorite picture of theJGeneral paying 100 for same A vase from Russia brought 75 A bust of Horace Greely by Joel T Hart also brought a large sum A handsome oil painting and a landscape scene which have been in the Clay family for years occa sioned much spirited bidding and were finally knocked down to Mr Leslie P Evans of this city for a high price The dining furniture brought 100 The chairs commanded fifty cents each Three very large mirrors brought 300 each The library com posed of rare and valuable books sold for high prices Most of the books bought by members of the fami ly and Hall Jackson of Cincinnati The total sum for the articles sold was about 5000 The sale was conducted by Col was ordered by the county court with the State Bank Trust Co as Curators The sale of 950 acres of land will be held on October 2223 WellDeserved Honor Danville Advocate At a meeting of the fire chiefs and firemen of Ken tucky held in Louisville this week our townsman Mr C N Smith was honored by being unanimously elected Vice President of the Association for the ensuing year Mr Smith as chief of the Danville Fire Department has shown marked executive ability as a fireman and his friends here will be be gratified to learn of his election to this important position Chief Muir of Lexington was elected President of the Association and fireman Hite of Paris Secretary and Treasurer Colored Teacher We the Committee of Garrard county Colored Institute offer the fol lowing resolutions 1 Be it resolved That we thank the good people of Lancaster for their hospitality during our stay in their midst and we pray that God may ever bless them 2 Be it Resolved That the lecture given by Mrs Beauchamp a member of the W C T U be highly endorsed 3 Resolved That we extend our thanks to our most intendant Mrs Eliza J for the interest she has shown in us and feel proud to say she is second to none in the State 4 Resolved That wetender our sincere thanks to our conductor Prof Murrell for his untiring patience and for his mos valuable methods givep us and we highly endorse him as our next Instructor 5 Be it further Resolved that we Leavell our Secretary and Miss Mason our organist for their service A Cure For Dyspepsia I haa 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 W W Saylor Hilliard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache con stipation bad breath sour 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 recon structive properties It cleanes purl fies and sweetens the stomach Sold by F P Frisbie Ira An owls wisdom Isnt due to the fact that he stays out all night w 8 BEAZLEY Beazley Paris Dentists Office over Thomp ons store Danville st FINE FARM FOR SALE I will offer for sale on Saturday October 24 1903 publicly on the premises seven miles from Lancaster on Richmtrad and Lancaster turn pike the farm consisting of 125 First Class Land There Is good 4room dwelling plenty of water and necessary outbuildings on the place The land Is in high state of cultivation and well watered If not sold the place will be rented at same time and place Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at m A W KA VANAUGH Agent for Jennie Kavanaugh J per were Thos ChenaHlt and Be It Be it thankMrs meMrs I G C FARIS B Climax root Walker Acres lei PBUGGI AND cheap for the next 30 days ROMANS 4 LUIE i r rnJ fEgf IjR rl HARNESS tl3 Q j Save Two From Death Our little daughter hadan almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs WKHaviland 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 50c and 1 bottles guaranteed by McRoberts Trial bottles free 1m Some women consider a husband a nuisance except on payday 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 thing over and over again John Wesley because once telling is not enoilgh 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 1m When a fool holds his tongue he isnt as foolish as he might be A Perfect rainless 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 De Witts Little Early Risers are sim ply perfect Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Men who are continually blowing about themselves spoil a lot of wind Broke Into His House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre t o cure 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m Trees Trees Fall 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything for OrchardLawnGarden No agents but best prices to the Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER Both phones LEXINGTON KY That Smooth FinishS- o much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 5i53H Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky pneumonia for doing i Evergreens I I U sup up guaranteed planter The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ffOOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO X K DIMHY PraUemt JOHN 8 STORMES Vice Prnt S C DENNY B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml i Ctechrwv Alex B Denny A C Bobtason Jno LStoraeg W H Klnnalrd Ie I J F Cashr I 493 t Cashier BobhssonAsst t e r t T E y R Y Irar 41 MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily Lancaster SALLIE D TILLET I and Marble I We are at all times prepared to offer the I buying public the best in the market in the X line of Monuments Headstones Markers I Posts Coping etc etc g Our line of designs are latest and we can also prepare special ideas Presented by I I our customers We quote the lowest prices consistent with the finest qualities We o erect work any where I Bounty Marble Works I STANFORD STREET o LJ I NEW Handsomestever brougtto I lira ite I i t S OOc000000Cp r arras Wheat and Grass Seed T B WftLKER SON UI o o o o o o o o I Now is the time for i I Pnttin inWin ow Gla I We have a of Paint andall sizes of Glass Q US your business fRIS8IESDI8 Li Painting auff full line Let have STOVES fg J ftr i ATING x Auxvi 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 and a little Fer tilizer and see what a great change I j i 5 1 r fHTll ill H I50i 10 1 Drills I I I I I a I ti 1 Ir r- tr I i i i f i 1 I I LIKF Post FAJESFOR ALL Iii E0vIi Iiitl osl A Old and New x e s s 3xs x s Books Supplies DRUG STORE I I I I CHOol ATM C ROBERT Gossip About People N N V A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Are In Dr Chris Faris was in Cincinnati SundayMiss Burnsideis in Lexington visiting relatives West who has been quite ill is very much better Banks Hudson returned from Lex ington Saturday night Mrs J E Stormes was a visitor in Lexington the past week Mis Jane Petty of Decatur ill is expected home this week Miss Beulah Grimes has been Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mr Branham Beazley has returned from a visit to Lexington Mr John M Logan has been in the cities purchasing more goods Dr J M Acton was called to Ford Friday on professional business Mr and Mrs Graham Price of Dan ville were visitors here Sunday Miss Zeigler of Cincinnati has been the guest of Miss Elsie Zimmer- Mr and Jno S Baughman of Boyle county were here Sunday Miss Mattie Elkin has been visiting Miss Mary Welsh of Nicholasville Miss Allie Anderson is in Lexington visiting her sister Mrs J W Browning Mrs Richard Ward has been relatives in Cincinnati and Lexington Mrs Hallie Hopper McKee of Flori da is the guest of Mrs W H Kinnaird Mrs Elbert Smith and children of Jellico Tetin are guests of Mrs Geo Farris Miss Dove Harris has returned from several weeks visit to relatives in Lex ington Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor has returned from a visit to her son Letcher of St Louis Mrs Baltic has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs John Baughman of Lexington Mr Robert Ogden who has been the guest of Miss Allie Arnold has to his home in Lexington Miss Mary Arnold who is attending school at Nicholasville spent Satur day and Sunday with her home folks Mr G A McWhorter and family cf London have rented the Shugars property and will move in November A very good likeness of Miss mite Moore niece of Mrs Carrie Nation ap in Saturdays Courier Journal i In lary visit- Ing La dram p Mr Charlie Mrs visiting returned eared Miss Jennie Arnold who has been visiting relatives here for several months left Tuesday for her home in LouisMiss Lou Myers and cousin Miss Myers of Arkansas left Monday for a visit to Mrs Richard Ware of WilliamstownStanford Capt and Mrs J Alex Doty are over from Garrard to see their son Lewis L Doty who has been sick for a week or more A telegram from Dexter Mo called Miss Nell Johnston to that city to as sist in waiting upon Miss Willie Belle Burnside who continues quite ill of feverBorn to the wife of Henry B Cox an eleven pound boy lie will be a democrat a Maccabee and Methodist if he inherits theleadjng traits of his father Courier Journal Miss Mayme Ram sey daughter of Dr B Bamesey of Paint Lick arrived here Tuesday to be the Miss Preston of 2207 Floyd street Miss Lizzie Hudson left Monday for a visit to friends in Richmond and to attend the wedding of Chenault She will also visit in Nich olasville before her return Misses Annie Austin and Fannie Shugars chaperoned Robert Patsy and Will Kinnaird to Hyattsville Friday This was the childrens first trip on the train and they enjoyed it Miss Alberta Anderson gave an pretty card party Thursday evening The house was decorated with palms and garlanded with The game was euchre An dab orate lunch was served The prizes were extremely pretty trInes Among the guests were Misses Fannie Doty Maggie Tomlinson Altie and Bessie Marksbury and Mrs W R Cook Messrs Ed Doty Dave Walker John Duke Goodloe Dr Chris Faris and Dr GilbertMiss Skinner spent Sunday with in Beuna Vista She was accompanied by Miss Mayme Bastin Miss is the obliging operator at the telephone exchange and her prompt and courteous treatment of patrons has made many friends If you will only visit atelephone exchange for a few minutes you will learn that it is the most difficult place to fill as the number of fools who call up cen tral and expect impossibilities are greater than one meets in any other vocation Danville Advocate Mrs D J Lear of Paint Lick and handsome Misses Mary and Alma are visit big Mr and Mrs J P Frank Mrs Fisher Gaines very handsomely the Chafing Dish Club Tuesday afternoon at progressive anagrams The prize was won by Mrs Ira Taylor and the consolation prize byMrs Ed guestof Miss immensely smilax Dun ap friends daughters entertained Violet Earl extremely Skinner e CUT SALE QUEENSWARE ir U IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR LARGE STOCK THIS FALL Prices Very Low H M Ballou Son Give Us A Gall I Dillehay The meeting was a most one Mr and Mrs Dolph left yesterday for an extended trip to Louisville Ky and Springfield O Mr Rice will remain in Springfield some time where his business are located The Record is glad to note the im proved condition of Mrs S S Dicker man who was stricken by paralysis at her home in Bryantsville some days since Hope is now entertained for her recovery Richmond Register Mr and Mrs Ed Walker of Garrard county speht Wednesday night in Richmond Mr Walker was on his way to BarryMas to attend the annual meeting of the Brunswick Fox the oldest organization in America Mr W went as a guest of tire club and took with him nine of the celebrated Wal ker dogs to run in the various events O W Shugars who has been work ing for tte New England Mutual Life Insurance Co was offered better job with the Mutual of New York last week and has accepted the place He is superintendent of several counties and will have headquarters at Lexing ton being furnished with a handsome office stenographer vre presume she is handsome too and a salary equal to that of most bank presidents We glad the man has secured a good thing as he is industrious sober and a mighty clever fellow Thursday afternoon a gay company assembled at the home of Mrs J C Hemphill when she and Miss Carrie Currey entertained the B B club and other friends at a delightful game of progressive lunch The rooms were beautifully decorated with flowers and magnificient palms When the game was over refreshments of ices and cakes were served on the card tables each beinir spread with an cloth Miss Nell Johnston the prize a handsome vase The popularity of the hostesses al ways ensures a happy response and who also understand how to give pleasure to their guests The Lan castrians were lovely in their pretty gowns and picture hats The guests of the were Mesdames R E McRoberts Ed Price William Apson Price II M Ballou Curt Robinson Robert Embry W S Beazlcy J E Stormes L L Walker K F Postle J W J F Robinson W A Berkele Louis Lunclram Juliette Rogers Mattie Duncan S C Denny Guy Davidson Misses Nell Johnson Kate Lillian and Grace Kinnaird Louise Kauflman Altie Marksbury Mary Gill Sallie Elkin Maggie Tomlinson Bettie and Annie Herndon Something Nice The season for selecting Christmas presents is not far off and the people will begin to rack their brains to suitable remembrances for their friends We learn that Mr Harry Sommers the gifted editorof the Eliz abethtown News has had his letter on his foreign travels printed in book form and we mention the above in order that parties wishing to give their old friends something nice mav know of this book as nothing would make a handsomer or better gift The work embraces all of MrSommers let ters in which he tells what he saw and in language that makes it interesting The book is enti tIed In Continents and the letters were written while Mr mars was in the old country last year The price of the book is only 81 and you can get a copy by addressing H A Sommers Elizabethtown Ky Do Pays A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are persons in this com munity who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few 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 I know it for it has helped me out many ajlme Sold by all druggists Many a poor man might acquire wealth by utilizing the time he wastes bemoaning his poverty For pleasant physic take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by druggists 1m I Rice Club hunting are embroidered captured afternoon B R Cool F P Frisbee Anderson dingy Som GoodIe deedssome doses ways cures a enjoyable headquarters young ILmaaird select Three all i j 2 V lAP i ROB ES I It 1 II 1111 I 1111 II I 1111 I 111111 III II III II t ThesePeople MeanBusiness LA i The Logan Dry Goods Co are selling three cakes of Royal Cuticle Soap for lOc This is a fine toilet soap try it and you will use no other For Sale Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barley H A B Marksbury Son For Sale Good family mare six years old 9 Dr W S Beazley Our stock of Mens Ladies Misses 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 with elevator tabels and telephone I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ The Logan Dry Goods For Sale Corn oats seed wheat and rye Marksbury Son YYiirsell 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 prices 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co 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 once 925tf Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Co whereby we will charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard We are agents for Honaker 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 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 smost de sireable business Any one desiring to obtain a rare bargain and good invest ment will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall We are showing a large assortment of and Comforts from the cheapest to best grades 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Osteopathy In Lancaster One word in explanation of Oste opathy It is the Daughless Science It treats successfully all curable di seases Relieves many other things that all other modes of treatment have failed to benefit We do not to commence treatment of any case unless we believe we can give material benefit Examination and chargeSid Mason Hotel y tf I have some 1C pigs for sale Thesa are thoroughbreds with fine pedigrees Prices reasonable 109tf 0 W Potts A man always tells his wife that he doesnt care what the neighbors say but he does Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E lm completeSplendid Co are offer shoesYou desire fine 0 Stormes 8t buildingfurnished S S remove S colds Our Fall and Winter opening of Cloaks and Furs Friday Saturday Oct 23 and 24th We will quite a number of handsome garments on exhibtion at this time Those who are interested in nicegarments should not fail to call at this time 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co BarleySeeda14tf 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 Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer sale my 5 room and one acre of ground situated on 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 Rothwell Collector a14tf Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Timothy seed and strictly nice re seed wheat Banks Hudson 109tf Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley a Bartons old stand carry an imm tlse stock of coal on haqrt ataii iflngg They handle their prices what they will do for you ju10tf Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed whea for sale Banks At Cost I will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost one while they last J B Conn Several varieties of screened seed wheat for sale v Potts Bros 102tf Property now occupied by Dee Gul on street Mrs J I Hamilton 1016tf I have for sale nine nice shoat cheap Theyre as nice as silk 3t T Currey Plumbing Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance which is to your interest J B Conn Stock and Implements for Sale Having rented my place 1 will sell prlvaeely about 60 or 70 tons of baled hay 20 or 25 tons clover Farming im plements consisting of plows cutting harrow 2horse wagon good as new cultivator and many other imple ments all good as new Also yearling cattle 2yearold cattle calves hogs good family horse 60 or 70 cords of wood and other articles we cannot enumerate here Some rare bargains 109 tf T A Elkin NOTICEGarrard Court Adrian Metcalf Piff Jas Adm of rPeUn Equlty Ben Metcalf Dft J rule day towit on Monday Oct 5 1903 in the above styled case the un 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 from day to day until com pleted JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court II I I I I I I III I III I III III I matter87tf I Everything bydelay Hudson- a 28tf For Bent For Sale I theClerk proceedto d nothi g but are correc Ring up No and see Metcalf LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 StfRPLVS f10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson JJ Walker TMArnold i A A WOVEN WIRE FENCE I I I I J t I rI I J ti GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS Air Guns Rifles Sgle BarrelShot Guns Dble Barrel Shot Guns Hammerless Shot Guns New Rival Catridges Cartridges Peters Arms Co Cartridges I I I II J t I i J tf 2 i it t it a r f Repeater- TIrartridgesk New ClubS fif om K F Postle one bin for th WAn who has the last tendency to bronchitis it 5s dan faroiis because pf the small particle of dust and chaff which are and greatly irritate the throat Bronchitis and other diseases of the organs of respiration are cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery This great remedy is not to be classed with common cough medicines which are mainly opiates There is no opium in Golden Medical Discovery it is entirely free from cocaine and all other narcotics It is a nonalcoholic and nqnnarcotic medicine It heals the inflamed tissues cures obstinate deepseated coughs bleeding lungs which if or unskilfully treated termii nate fatally in consumption RI wrote to for advice and ad vised me to take Golden Medical and Pleasant Pellets which I did to my surprise well writes Mr Joseph A Herman Ill Box the doctors called bronchitis I would take cold would greatly but since two bottles of Dr Golden Medical Discovery and one bottle of his Pleasant Pellets have been cured of that terrible trouble Before taking your medicine I weighed one hun twenty now one hundred thirty The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more by the sale of less mer itorious medicines He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery- Dr Pierces Pellets cleanse the system from accumulated impurities f t 1 l JIIIi H J1 I 1 4 L Pi l1illg hy h64 work neglected Discovery 3 andwhenever suffer Arr ftwdnp ercesPi LOWELL Charlie Bettis is very sick Is getting along very well Mr Bertrand Spratt is mending slowly Mrs Frank Spratt has returned from Hamilton Miss Ida Hurt was at home and Sunday Ansel Parks has moved to Jcllico he intends to live Mr Bertrand Spratts daughter and son are here from Colorado The buried his wife in Lancaster last week HAMMACK Floyd Morgan has returned from VirginiaMrs McQuerry is very sick at this writing Borh to the wife of Sampson Reeves a 12 pound boy Miss Martha Ross visited her sister Mrs Wm Conn last week A fine boy has arrived at the home of Mr and Mr James McQuerry Mrs Lewis Grubbs of Marion county is visiting Mrs Sampson Reeves Mr and Mrs Fred Payne of Crab Or chard visited Miss Sarah Hammack SundayMrs Folly of Laurel county is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J L ReevesEph Hammack and Miss Zillera Archer attended the picnic al Carters ville Saturday Mr Charlie Dillon let a pistol go off accidentally and shot his little boy in the face We hope he is not seriously injured McCREARY Mr and Mrs Taylor Rainey of visited Mrs Rosa Peel last Sunday i Harve Slavin Saturday Judson where later et t If your not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for SLOB Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing Druggist have Mrs Porter Wearen and baby have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Will Ray Leslie T Bradshaw is a new residence on the land from Mrs Cummins Mr Baylor Jennings and wife rof Waterville Spencer county are their many friends here Mr Ed Simpson and Miss Minnie Broadus left this place Wednesday for Chattanooga where they were married and returned to the brides home Sat urdayMr Jones of Buckeye and Miss Mayme Kelley Mr Boone Saunders of Kirksville and Miss Eva Jcnes drove to Stanford last Wednesday and were married They were accompanied by Mr Lillard Miles and Miss Hattie Jones and returned to Mrs Mary Kelleys grandmother of both brides where a nice supper was served MARKSBDRY Jessie Perkins is sick with fever Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson are visitingrelatives at Stanford Misses Jennie Pollard and Emily Humphreys spent last Friday in Dan villa Madams John Woods and Charles Burdett were in Danville shopping WednesdayMrs Kemper of Kansas City Mo was with relatives here a few days last week Robinson bought of Aldridge Royston their crop of at per barrel at the heap Mr James I Hamilton and wife of Lancaster were entertained Sunday by Miss Sue Sutton Rev W M Stallings left Monday for Larue county where he will assist in a protracted meeting Mrs Tom Cecil and daughter Miss Annie T of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Mrs B F Patton will leave in a short time to visit relatives in Texas Mrs John Ballard of Lancaster Mrs Eliza Ballard last week Quite a large number from here the sale of Mr I M Dunn Miss Alice who has been in London for several weeks has home Mr Buckley and Miss Lear of Paris have been the guests of Mr T B Leav ell and family Mrs Jack Dunn and daugh ter Miss Ella of Brodhead are friends here Miss Mildred Clark of London is this week to be the guest of Miss Bessie Bolton The bank question has been fully decided and Bryantsville is to have a bank It will be organized this week Miss Mamie Ballard came home Thursday after a very pleasant visit of several weeks to her aunt Mrs W Mr N J Hogan and sister Mrs Anne Dunn of Noblesville Ind who has been visiting here for several days are in Stanford this week the guests of relatives t visit- Ing CA corn 275 a BRYANTSVILLE VI- Sited attended Friday Dunn returned Mrand visit- Ing expected t purchased Lexington fB g B SB g Tf i y nnnnnfYyTnnraaaaa a a a a a a a s i POTTS BROSf- crr TTTP FEED STORE W and 9 Manufacturers of and dealers Grade Flour and J f Graham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Crushed Oyster Shells Cotton Seed MeaiFlax SeedMeal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave i HONK 100 lj VftAVtHAJLfLfiftftM MttMftRMff JM JiMJUUUl ft fUULIUli V E E EXCHANGE e f t t High Meal Grains r r a Mr Walkor Burns e ajs itorstjitsj week MlrStS Alice Loon zJc Hudson if La caster nod Miss Minnie Jetton u DanvilleThe to tellers meeting which was held at the public school house Saturday was quite a success in every particular A number of teachers gave very interesting talks The music was also a feature of the prog ram Refreshments were served and report a most delightful time BEUNA VISTA V T Evans sold to W P Ruble one cow at 3c Ray Ball has his family to RichmondGatewood Pryor sold to A T Scott 4 head cattle at 115 John Ruble bought at Dunns sale 14 acres hemp at 14 per acre Will Askins who has been in the west for some time has come home Everything sold well at thesale of Mrs Sarah Hackley corn at 250 wheat J0c Mrs John Poor and nephew Virgil Wilds visited Ben in last week Mrs Maria Lane has returned home after several weeks visit to relatives in LexingtonMesdames Raymond Foley and Tho Lane of Danville were with friends here last week Humes of Danville was in our village last week representing the Jno Church Music Co Miss Lillie Leaven came over from Lexington Saturday to meet her mu sic pupils at this place Miss Lucretia Skinner accompanied by Mrs A Bastin of Lancaster visited at Albert Skinners Sunday Wm Christopher sold to W P Ruble 34 hugs at 5 and 5Jc Will Scott sold to same party some hogs at 5ic Overton King had the misfortune last week to mash his foot which will keep him shut iafor some time Miss Virginia King of Jessamine Institute accompanied by Miss Annie McDowell and Lynn Arnett spent Sunday at Kings The debate at the monthly meeting of the Prohibition Alliance was an in teresting one Another is being plan ned for the next meeting Miss Merrrell Stratton of Nicholas villa spent night and with Misses Fannie Tomlinson and Florence Christopher PREACHERSVILLE Mr Jno W Cummins who has been at work as storekeeper at Tyrone is at home with the fever The sale of Chas Spoonamore was well attended and every thing sold well Leslie Harber sold at the same time three horses for 90 to 133 per head The meeting at the Baptist church- is starting off well We hope much good will be accomplished Thos Shaw sold 17 1100 Ib steers to S Morgan for 335 per hundred W H Brown bought a car load of 1300 Ib steers from Silas Anderson for 3 40 per hundred W H Cummins sold a 1200 Ib steer to Beazley Bros for 4ct per Ib A J Thompson bought a mule colt from John K Sutton for 55 Richard Pettus bought a cow from- J P Royce for 26 J M Cress bought 50 bbl of corn from Chas Roff for 225 per bbl J B Hutchins is in Louisville this week attending the Masonic Grand Lodge W D Falconer of Point Leavel was here the first of the week looking for farm to buy Sol Rigsby and family visited Mr Geo Dyehouseand family Sunday Mrs Hattie Hutchins who has been with her sister at Jellico for some time returned home the first of the week J F Cummins of Stanford was here SundayGeorge King is talking of returning to Oklahoma this week William Richardson and family visited James Miller and family Sunday Mr Andrew Thompson was on legal business last week Jf t1 f halt viiI L everyone moved Lexington C W T Sunday in Cincinnati L rrral as Giguey US Wilds J Saturday FUNERAL DIRECTORS Artirial ail Cavity Eilalniig We have the most complete line of and CARPETS To be found in thQ low J t a AUBEAZLEYCC I FURNITURE town Prices irY O 1 Tlie Mann rate The largest crowd over ealhora at f ap intended that of the otCapt Ike M Dunn in the end of this county Friday safe estimate pus the number at three thousand people Capt Dunn had a splendid dinner and if came away hungry it was his dwn fault Several kind of meats coffee burgoo preserves and every thing which goes to make up a first class meal was served in abundance The festive candidate was present in all glory and the glad hand was given great shape It was good dark be the sale was completed Capt T English one of the best auctioneers in the state cried the sale and the bidding was lively We havent space to give all items sold but will print the most important sie Queen 16 years old in foal toChes ter Dare sold to Col D Semore county for 345 suckling colt by her side to E M Muir for 300 Lady Lawson full sister to Gypsie Queen 2 years old to Boston party for 500 i sister to Queen old in foal to Preston Col Moore at 337 suckling colt of same by Chief to Col Moore at 25250 one 3 year old mare to Wood Burn side and R E McRoberts at 200 oth er horses brought from 50 to 150 1 pair mules 375 and another pair at 270 mules 147 to 175 15 cows 1050 to 28 calves 1450 to 25 Poll Angus bull six 2 year elk Poll Angus cattle 30 each 12 feeders 4225 each Jen nets 10 to 60 mule colts 50 to 90 The crops and farming implements brought splendid prices there being spirited bidding on every thing put up Yates Hudson and Keg Mason acted as clerks Capt Dunn went to much expense to advertise the sale having almost a column in several newspapers which accounts for the large crowd and good prices Name And The Petitioners The following are the names of the candidates for reelection as oilmen or the Old Board who are running under the name of the ticket with a cataract for a vice Capt Wm Herndon Judge J S Robinson Judge J C Hemphill J A Beazley E W Morrow and Jacob Following are the names of those who petitipned them to run J B Kinnaird S C J C Robinson Kinnaird H M Ballou Hamilton Powell John E Stormes Tomlinson- R Kinnaird Louis Landram- G B Swinebroad Lewis Herndon J B Conn Thomas Austin R G Ward H A B Marksbury Son W BMason K F Postle Bastin J R Haselden Wm Sbugars R T Walter Beazley ThompsonU F S Hughes Henry Simpson Alex R Denny John K J F Lear J M Duncan Ed Bistop S T Leavell V S Leavel- lJ W Sweeney James E Wolford M D Hughes- J M Logan J J Barton W A Jolin S Hopper WRGainesC J G Sweeney J E Mannix J T Farris Wm Burnett J W West S D Rothwell The names of four who are running under the name of New Board with a race horse for a device are J D Gulley H D Lee Jones and John Williams The following petitioned them Horace Sharp Dave Sam McMillan R H Batson J M F Anderson- J M Pennington Mack Floyd Curtis R A Stone W T Jones Silas Stone J E Robinson John A Stone Jesse Arnold Tom Wherritt A J Wells Jr Moore Wm Earle Sr Curtis M Siler S D Turner J H Gulley For rent one good room or not Also a firstclass stable Joseph Faulconer You can influence the shape of of a cults leg by keeping the feet trimmed in proper shape the same as you can trim a growing twig I New Stage Une Lancaster and Danville New Vehicles Fresh Horses Lv Lancaster 8 A x Ar Danville 1030 A x Lv Dan ville 2 p Lancaster JdOrx v i J n e i n I r t pjJf T II Jf 1 PC J1 t lower A anyone his In fdre D The dam ofGyp Ella C Gyp le 8 yrs Montgomery waterworks Joseph Denny- H Wm H H Clay C D R E l1cR berts S G Haselden Wes Zanone A H J I Owen Todd W H Ward I T M Ward Wm Earle J C L W G furnished xAr r t I parsers property Meter CitvCo T BIT tort A elilie Pro riot n 2 f 1K n kr r 1 u is X scar s PeWlttn Tio name Hazel is applied to many salves but DeWitts Witch Salve is the only Witch Salyi that contains the pure unadulterated witch hazel If any other WitcffHazel Salve is offered you it is a counterfeit E C DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Sal ve and De Witts Witch Hazel Salve the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind itching and protruding pIles Sold by Frisbie 1m Dyspepsia is the parent of many qualities Dieting invites Dlieace To Dyspepsia or indigestion it is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weak ness whole system becomes an easy prey to disease Kodol Cure enables the stomoch and digestive to digest and assimi late all of the wholesome food that one cares to eat and is a never failing cure for indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie 1m A kiss may be either a punishment or a reward I Hand 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 Womans mouth either shows her own character o r exposes another womans Spent more Than 100O W W Baker of Plainview Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen years She tried a number of doctors and spent over 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 C C J E Stormes 1m Vanity is the daughter of selfishness 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 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 withjspeedy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 cents regular size containing nearly four times as much 75 cents At all druggists 04 Spinach is a Persian plant A Woman Complexio- nIt is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use ofcosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping the I i y e r healthy and active The liver is the seat of disease and blood polution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches the blood purifies the complexion It also cures constipation billiousness and Induces refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been know to cure the most and distressing cases of dyspepsia and indigestion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists Feb 04 When a man contracts expensive habits his income needs expanding Ask Advise When you have a cough or cold dont ask what is good it and get some medicine with little or no merit and perhaps dangerous Ask for Honey and Tar the greatest throat ana lung remedy it cures coughs and colds quickly C C E Stormes 1m It is easier to stand prosperity than it is to get a chance to try A Love Letter Would not interest you if looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for box of Bucklens Arnica Salve me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m A makes ibis speech when he asks a spinster to marry him Watefc the Kidney When they are effected life is in dang says Dr Abernethr the great English physician Foleys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys C E Stormes Ira l f 11 r Jba Ilodl I bleeding F P disagreeable Dyspepsia eatmakes Ran a Tea Penny Nail Through applied surprise 1000 substitutes and beauty enriching pronounced Never I I 1 yetis a t I 1 I J I ialyoirat wittiest leaving Hazel Hazel cure that the organs Hla nervousness for Foley a cured man maiden u Air C a The Auouynjofia li tor Wilier Of oourse the anonymous letter tor is a cowardrif he is not mentally unbalanced yet it would be idle to say I hut he dues not cause infinite iij mortification to his victims It is easy to advise people to pay no attention to anonymous letterseasier said than done Such communications may excite disgustand contempt but mean enough and cruel enough to write anonymous letters is mean enough to pick out thing that will hurt the most There is not one of us but has some weakness or foible innocent enough perhaps which makes us wince when it is mentioned it is such things as this the anonymous letter writer noses out and makes capital of So too with family skeletons They are in every closet People conceal them as much as possible but the anonymous letter writefdrags them out and shows not to the public it is true but to their unfortunate possessors who are trying to forget themAny weakness any misfortune any momentary lapse from conventionality constitutes ammunition for the of anonymous letters HQ preys upon human suffering What shall his victims do They can at least do one thing They can deprive him of the satisfaction of knowing that his malice has been ef festive They can thwart him bv no sign no hint that they have his letters They can make him uneasy by making no reference to them either in public or in private thus exciting in his mind the surmise that they might have gone astray and failed to reqch their destination This and this only is the sole resource of those who may find themselves by the ambushed coward who takes delight and an guish to his fellows Deny him the mean satisfaction of seeing his shafts hit their marks Ignore the cowardly communications outwardly even if they cannot be dismissed from the mind Leave the skulking miscreant to his imagination Give him nothing over which to gloat Men and women cannot help being hurt by anonymous letters but they can conceal the hurts and thereby con found the writer Pr 1 1 rt frequently writer re- ceIved assailed in causing shame pate unerringly giving Ti a KuntuokUiu whoconsclurs his Godbidden duty to beat you in a horse trade or a lumber deal the Rev John R Grosser at the Ken wood Evangelical church in Chicago last Sunday keeps all of the and the eighth much bet ter than his Northern brethren The Rev Mr Crosser it seems has recently returned from a vacation in the Blue Grass State which he found to be a land of paradoxes The native he dis covered would not steal your um brella but he would kill you for call ing him a hard name he drinks moon shine whisky yet shows of dis sipation and there is not a dull eyed man in Kentucky The Kentucky gentleman who works three or four hours a day declares the Rev Mr will not swear in the presence of the Kentucky lady who works sixteen hours a day Whether this is due to the Kentucky mans fear lest his pro fanity might cause the Kentucky wo man to suspend work the Rev Mr Cros ser dues not iuform us Still it is dUn cult for even a preacher who has been making observation during a vacation period to generalize in a matter of this kind There must be plenty of who do not cheat in horse trades and it only stands to reason that there must be plenty of men who work as many as eight hours a day and some Kentucky women who do not work at all Chicago Chronicle Had Seven Reason Bishop Willard Francis Mallalieu of the Methodist church is opposed to the diminutive salaries that congre gallons able to do better sometimes pay their pastors I once knew an excellent young man said Bishop Mallalieu one day in Boston He was in church just married small salary but contented and harpy Some twelve or fifteen years went by I had lost of this young him as we willdo sometimes when suddenly I met him on Tremont well butnot at all clerically We hands He said he was doing excellently church said I 0 said he no whole sale hat business Why did you leave the 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