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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 1903 THEeENTaALOUBXBBNXX YEAB JIIUIUIJ1 Of Local Walt If you have a friend worth loving Love him yes slid let him know That you love him ere lifes evening Tinge with sunset glow Why should good words ncr be said Of A friend till he Is dead Vote for the old board Ho killing time will soon be round Home or Old Lion White Hall the homestead of Gen Cassius M Clay was sold at public auc Lion The tract comprising 360 acres was purchased by Warfleld Bennett a grandson of the old General for 7350 Fixing Up The depot has been painted end the office and waiting rooms put in first class shape for the winter A gang of men also put the stock pens and cattle guards in good shape The Ellen N gradually improving this branch of the road How to Vote The old board is under the device the first column on the ticket Stamp in the circle under the picture of waterfall and you vote for ths present board the board that se cured water works for Lancaster something no other board ever Say dear reader if you were as much interested in the meeting at theChris tian church as you are in next weeks election do you think the church would hold the crowds Now which is the most important who shall hold some little 2x4 oliice or your soulssal vation You will have to come to this blunt question some time A Nice Compliment The State Auditors agent who was here last week going over the lists of taxable property paid a deservad com pliment to our townsman Mr John E Stormes He is probably the biggest taxpayer in the county and when the agent found that during the many years Mr S had handled not only his own but his fathers affairs and only couple of thousand dollars dit ference existed and this was on notes that had been paid he said MrStormes had given in the best list he had seen in the state This shows that he gives in his property for taxation at exactly what he thinks it is worth something few people do This not only speaks wen of Mr Stormes business ability but shows his desire to tote fair in all things Tilt Onto and grates at prices JRiHaselden Int test an acre attempted N t Fir 3 n Coal cMantles rock bottom as flout I hie brow the 1 t waterfall l i l 1 k t z g Air I i Heating i SovesHeaters1 t Vases r- J Rev R R West of Washington will preach at the Baptist church Sunday Ittnccabeet This Order is still in the front ranks on rapid increase in membership and prompt payment of death claims It has just paid Mrs F B Kemper 1000 ona certificate held by her husband who was buried here October 1st Some of the Chute loafers white men are talking against the present council Yes the present council did yank up some of the usual hangerson who lounge about the Chute Should you show by voting for the present board that you are for ousting the I white men off the Chute S Mr James Denny and Mrs Duncan attended the Association in the inter est of Garrard countys SundaySchools They organized the 3rd district Mr Miles president and Mr John Brown Secretary The Association was a success in every respect The president Lewis Ray deserves praise for the efficient manner in which he discharged bis duty The house was crowded and a bountiful dinner was spread Our able young townsman J Mort Rothwell is at present busily engaged making democratic speeches over the state the campaign committee put him on the stump some days ago Mr Rothwell is an exceptionally tIne speaker and as be indulges in none of the mud slinging which some speakers do he gains the attention of his hearers He is one of the best lawyers in this section of tbe State Gov Bradley Improving The Record is glad to report Gov Bradley as very much improved and able to be at his office again He is not a well man however and unable to take the stump in the present but he is improving and his many Lancaster friends trust will soon be entirely recovered Court Dayr large crowd came in Monday and business with the merchants was better than for some time Trading in stock was unusually slow however few persons wishing to buy anything this close to winter Most everybody was talking pollertix and several lively discussions were bad There was much whisky in evidence the old float coming in for his share as well as some of the better element who got loaded Many moving Wet The Western fever has certainly had telling effect on many people Within the last few weeks some twenty or thirty families have taken advantage of the low railroad rates and gone to Oklahoma and other western localities to seek their tunes Many have sold splendid farms all their household effects and shaken off Kentucky dust from their feet We trust each will do well and realize their expectations in the wild and woolly but we fear ma ny have made mistakes and will come moseying back next spring to again take up their abode in good old Gar rard While we will admit this is not a very good place to make money yet there is no better or lovelier spot on Gods footstool than good old Garrard county and we had rather live here and have corn bread hog and hominy three times a day than own all the western land you could ride over with in a weeks time Be it ever so theres no place like the old Kain tucky home Confederate Veterans Stated of Comp D M Logan at Lancaster Ky on October 26th 1903 the following were bad Present Joe H Arnold in chief For the purpose of appointing to the Confederate Home at Pe wee Valley Ky to represent this Camp on Oct 29 1903 On motion of Comrade Royston and by second Goodloe was appointed delegate and T M Arnold alternate On motion of Commander Arnold and by seconds of the comrades the following resolutions were offered adopted Be it Resolved That in the death of Lewis son of our Comma r J ty we share with him in and with tbe widow of the de ceased she has lost a kind andaffec donate husband that we deplore tbe in so much as we are brothers In just cause and we shall miss him as much as we would our son But knowing believing In the wisdom of the Father in Heaven in whose arms he Is now resting where we hope we shall join him together with the hosts in Heaven on the great Judgment day Ordered That these resolutions be spread at large on the minute book of the Camp and the same copied into the Central Record and a copy sent to the father and the de ceasedOrdered That meeting adjourn un til the 4th Monday In Novamber 1903 J H Arnold Com R R Denton The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian will begin having their regular weekly exchange will continue until Thanksgiving ing an especially large one for that occasion They have the best of every thing Save them an order sp elect- Ing On the Stump hav- Ing campaign hereabouts for west bumble meeting proceedings Commander delegates Duncan and ADo his bereavement loss just arid relatives Avery bluegrass one of Acting Agt church soon ana Dont let your feelings get the bet ter of youtjudgment in this election it might cause regret The water works pipes have been laid all round tbe Square the fire in and so far as that portion is concerned it is ready for the water Perry Anderson of Boyle county and Fannie Rogers of Jessamine county were married in R H Batsons store Wednesday morning Rev C H Goodson officiating Lego Anderson and Lena Rogers were the attendants And Still Improve Ed Walton has been at the helm of the Stanford InteriorJournal for three years and still the splendid paper im proves Ed hustler with a cap H knows more people and has more friends than any other fellow in cen tral Kentucky Communion Services At Memorial Methodist church next Sunday the regular quarterly Commu nion Service and Service conducted by Rev J W Simpson as sisted by the Pastor Mr Simpson is the Presiding Elder of the Danville District embracing some twenty pas torates in eight counties Judge Saufley Speaks Judge Saufley made a telling speech for democracy at the court house Monday The judge is putting in some telling licks for his party Hon G G Gilbert was billed to speak but a wreck prevented his getting here in time Our people want to hear Mr Gilbert and there was much regret that he was not here Wouldnt This Jar Yeu Lancaster does not want bar rooms nor does she want blind tigers yet there are some people in Lancaster so narrow minded as to be against tbe present city council because the mem bers went on the Chute and forced them to quit business Now isnt it a pretty pass for a man to be against an officer because the officer wouldnt let him violate the law Hard Rock The greatest difficulty caused from rock was encountered by the water works people on the Danville street hill from Squire Kinnairds up to the Greenleaf property where tbe stone was solid and as hard as iron It a weeks blasting with to get tbe pipes down Some of that hard stone should be placed on the Public Square Interesting Meeting The protracted meeting is drawing large congregations at the Christian church and indications are that much good will be accomplished Eld Tin der the pastor is assisted by Elder H D Smith of Hopkinsville and the sermons are exceptionally fine That religious matters need stirring up in Lancaster all are sadly aware and The Record joins with all right think ing people in trusting that great result from this meeting Servi ces are held every morning at 1030 evening at 7 and a most cordial in vltation is extended to all to come Dont Waste Your Vote Suppose you have some petty spite against the present city council is it right that you vote to place tbe towns business in new bands with a board unfamiliar with the contracts simply because you have a little grievance against tbe old men That is play The backers of the new ticket arc working night and day so put your ballot where it will count Beckbara Speaks At our press hour a big crowd is at tbe depot to meet the Beckham special train On board are the Governor Senators McCreary and Blackburn and other speakers and prominent politicians This train is making a swing over tbe state stop ping at principal points where speed es are made to the gathered crowds Gov Beckham has made a thorough canvass of the slate and has probably made more speeches than any candi date in recent years We have had the pleasure of meeting Gov Beckbam in his office several times and also at other places and found him a most pleasant and agreeable gentleman We have never heard him speak but understand he makes a good one McCreary and Blackburn who are DId favorites here will of course receive a reception In Old Garrard Courier Journal William Jennings Price County Attorney of Boyle coun ty in the city yesterday on legal He is a young man but has already made an enviable record at tbe bar and in politics He was for merly Circuit Clerk and his record there was so good that when he became a candidate for County Attorney be had no trouble in winning the nomi nation and the election in a county that is close with the Republicans sometimes Mr Price the peculiar combination of being a politician and a superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school He is a warm of fairness in politics and will not stoop to the use of any trick in winning his races When the Democrats in need of a speaker Mr Price is always there with an able brilliant address working i hard and faithfully for the success of the ticket 1 The Becord one year for 1 Isa 11 a m 7 p m railroad required dynamite goodwill assembled Senators Bred business wln possesses advOcate polIti- cal u putp child War Was ever are s James I Hamilton returned Friday from the South where he sold a car loadpf horses He says the market is quite dull at present If you were to ask every fellow who sticks a pistol in his pocket nextTues day if be had murder in his heart be would doubtless say no Then what does be want with the gun B N Roller trainmaster of thoKnox ville division of the Louisville railway was and killed at Livingston by A NXBcntley master mechanic of the division Auditors Agent The Auditors agent here last week and had quite a number of tiff zens before him He went over the mortgage books at the county clerks office and when a mortgage was fount which had not been listed with the assessor he summoned the holder thereof to appear and explain In nearly every case it was shown the notes had been paid and the holder had failed to release the mortgage an oversight many people make There was not a case where any evidence of effort to dodge payment of taxes was shown but as stated above oversights had been made and many citizens had to drop dollars into the states tilt The agent complimented Capt Doty and his deputy Ed on the good shape the books were kept in Its A Serious matter The race for city councilmen is just about as warm as it is possible for an election to grow The backers of the New Ticket are moving every stone and seem sanguine of success That there is a strong support back of the new ticket is patent to all but just who it is and what it is none seem to know that is nobody cares to say The Record casts no reflections on the new ticket but insists on the retaining the present board in har ness until they complete the task they have undertaken then if you have aught against them lire them bodily These men now looking after the towns affairs are thoroughly familiar with all details of the contract for putting in the water works an under taking much larger than Lancaster ever had on hands and they should continue in office This is a matter so plain to everybody that all are sat isfied that there is something else at the back of the move to defeat the council This is the most important election thee town has ever had and matters are in just such shape that one bad move may cost the town many years of regret Look before you leap Tbe State Ballots This office has printed the official ballots for Tuesdays election The device of the Democratic party takes the first place on the ballot that par ty having cast the highest number of votes at the last election The first device to the right of that of theDem ocratic party is that of the Republi can Next comes the Prohibition ticket then the Socialist ticket then the Labor ticket each in parallel col umns On the extreme right of the ballot is the question as to the of the constitutional amendment The placing the constitutional amend ment question on the extreme tight of tbe ballot was done by Secretary Hill on the request of the committee of business of the State who are pressing the adoption of the amend went If you want to vote a straight ticket stamp in the circle under the device of your party It you want to do this but vote for others on anoth er ticket stamp under your device then cross over to name of man you wish to vote for on the other ticket and stamp in the square by his or their names This votes your straight tick et except the fellows on other tickets you wish to vote for simpleand as easy as rolling off a log The bal lot is an unusually large one there be ing five full tickets and the constitu al amendment making six rows of tickets Vote Yes on the constitu tional amendment Its a good thing A Very Sad Death News of the death of Lewis Doty cast a gloom over the community morning and words of deep regret were heard Mr Doty was attacked by Brigbts disease at his home in Lincoln county some three or four weeks ago ana growing rapidly worse it was thought best to bring him to his fathers Capt Alex in this city He had just closed for the Mrs Owens farm at Camp Dick Robinson this county and was moving thereto when taken ill All that medical skill could do was done for him but he continued to lose ground and hope of his recovery was abandoned a few days before his death He was married about six years ago to Miss Annie Thorne of Millerburg Ky who with one child a little son survive him The death of this young man is a particularly sad one in the young couple were just beginning life under most flattering circum stances and the future was a one for them Lewis Doty was a big hearted noble boy true to his fiends and ever ready to do a good turn for his fellowman He was extremely modest and retired but a close and good conversationalist To the bereaved wife family The joins with the entire communi ty in extending the deepest sympathy Looked at your yellow label Railroad flan Killed Nashville as adoption men Its Monday everywhere meal observer shot more taxpayers that and Record r 9 Entertainment at Paint Lick The ladies of the Paint Lick W C T U will give Halloween social at that next Saturday afternoon at 3 p m An occasion attractive entertain ing is promised each feature even the refreshments being in keeping with the true Halloween spirit All are invited to attend The young people especially will be interested in the Fortune Tellers Tent and the Jack OLantern Show Admission for children 10 cents adults 20c lSrndf liavIllll The relms of Buckeye society receiv ed quite a surprise last Wednesday evening on hearing of the marriage of Mrss Minnie Hill to Mr Walker Brad show of McCreary The happy couple accompanied by Miss Florence Mc Murtry and George Hay quietly drove to Danville where they were united in holy bonds of wedlock by Dr Ram sey of the First Presbyterian church The bride was attired in a gown of blue silk which harmonized so beauti fully with the brides lovely eyes The groom wore the conventional black Then after partaking of dinner at the Gilcher House they returned to the brides home where a large circle of relatives and friends were awaiting them After congratulations they retired to the dining room where they partook of the sumptuous repast The house was Deautifully decorated with cut flowers and myrtle making a very picturesque scone The bride is a daughter of Mr TO Hill a farmer of Buckeye and since her de but in society she has been recognizod as the reigning belle her friends and admirers are numberless The groom is a son of Mr T W Bradsbaw a farmer of McCreary his noble character and genial bearing has to him a host of friends On Thursday an elegant reception was tendered then at the grooms home They were the recipients of many handsome presents too numerous to mention all as a token of the high esteem in which they are held All join in wishing them a long prosper ous and useful life Lincoln Stock Items Dick Gentry bought of Reid 43 1429 lb export cat tie at 45c he bought of Sam Harris 72 head at same price he bought of Walker Lyons 50 head Ii67 ib at 5c J II Shanks sold to Beazley Bros 26 heavy feeders at 4c Jake Robin son of Boyle bought of J S Owsley 30 heavy feeders a 4c I Opt DAVIDSON 0 A 0 Attorney At Law Q A Life insurance policies bought A Y for cash or loaned on for sums g of 8500 and upward 0 prominent added o place tvell to do 0000000000004000 s 0C000OOOOOOOOOOOOQ 60MINO Cold weather will surely be here you had bet ter make haste and get one of our CLOAKS AND they are so reasonable in a weeks time you will not miss the price you paid for them jf 1tIW I I FURS t t Underwear All kinds of underwear Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens from the cheapest to the best ti i Blankets 6omforts We are showing a large assortment in all grades II l I ReadytoWear Skirts Splendid Values at 150 200 250 350 4 00 500 750 and 1000 THE Logan Dry Goods Co a ftAfiMWLfl 4 BUELL BOOTEES r ll I I WINTER Star Mike Buell WoodWeber C Et Godman Excelsior Plummer FlorsheimLevel Walk Over Drew Selby Smith Stering Red School House We have the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes that money can Prices to suit all H TLOGAN I II I I I I I I I I f SHOES FALL SHOES It II III I f 1 i II I t t l f U J It 11 I 0 buy FLO R S H E I M I I E GET IH THE HABIT OF VISITING THE COMPANY Our tremendous stock Goods has caused the buying public to open their eyes and take advan tage of the rare oppor tunity o f selecting their Fall and Winter Goods from an Entirely Stock We extend a most cor dial invitation to one to visit our handsome new store and inspect our line of Cloaks Dry Goods DressGoos THE COMPANY aT f 1 01 I Morcantik LyoN Openers of Now Fresh NEW andall Furs Shoes il r i JOSEPH JOSf PH Mercantile eONSTITUTIONAt AMENDMENT TQ Voted On at the Npyember CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 18i of the Constitution of Kentucky The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal on personal property tangible and intangible based on income licenses or franchises in lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM entered at the Port Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClast Matt Matter Lancaster Ky October 30 1 903 Samuel Gompers has given good ad vice to the union workers of New York who have been at war among themselves and with their employers and in the mean time losing a large amount of wages while business is be ing demoralized for the present and the coming spring The important points in the address of the president of the federation of labor are that the plan of arbitration offered by the em ployers stould be accepted even if not perfect and the elimination of the sympathetic strike Get together and negotiate while you work is the gist of the advice The leaders who have thegeodof their followers at heart must be impressed by the sign of the times and so advise that all should hasten to secure what is in band cut short their losses and unite with every industrial interest to maintain business at its present level Alexander Dowie Elijah II had quite a hilarious time at Madison Square Garden in his work of reform ing New York City He seems to be abusing and villifying almost every body and everything Some times he had the doors of the building closed and guarded to keep the people from leaving At times the disorder so great that the city police are called on to quell it At one time Carrie Nation the saloon smasher appeared in his audience and because she wanted to ask him a question be had her arrested by his Zion guards and hustled out of the building So far not much reforming has appear ed How much longer are civilized people going to permit such sacreli gious foolishness It is about time to cut a club and chase such cranks off the earth Only nine men have been hanged in Kentucky in the last five years altho 798 men have been killed says a re port That is truly a sad state of but when witnesses can be bought to swear anything and a few heelers can pull the wires any way de it is a wonder the murderer is not more in evidence When a man gets into court how often do you hear it said Get so andso and he will get him out In every locality there reigns professional but occasionally thank God the wire pullers and a redbanded is hanged as he should be Why is it politics is so corrupt asks an exchange It is because a lot of burrtails have rooted out the better element of society and the different parties are controlled by gangs that will resort to any thing to carry their point Time was that the best people of every community took part in and they were conducted on high planes but you can count on the fingers of one hand the leaders who yard wide and all wool Put it this way How many are there who you would invite to entertain as guests in your family Eh The political orators have been slinging more mud in this campaign than in any for some years The as a rule seem to pay little to it however Probably the does not care because the politi cians have been talking about one an other and the chances are every ut terance is true The Masonic Grand Lodge was an enormous sum of money for the use of its handsome theatre for Sunday shows but the proposition was turned unanimous vote Thank God there is one institution on garth where money cuts no figure If the railroads of the country are deficient in any respect it is not from lack of liberality and enterprise by their managers as more than 8100000 000 have been spent on betterments in the last three years and there is no falling off in the spirit of B J the star witness in the lectures in and West From itt countys past history the north and travels bet ter it will be for him Dowle says all editors are going to hell Well if enough of go to majority vote Dowle certainly tie he comes for admission The United States the longed Alaskan boundary dispute nw r pg purposes becomes affairs Ired getters out ll murderer elect- IOns area people attention public offered downbya improvement trialwlll Breath farther west EwIng the di f 7 ft i I 4 Election ett White deliver the North them there have will blackballed when wins with et 3 England whlcM s uf uiiicli greater material benefit the HritoiiH in hlgttp fcd jaclits Mr Dowie went to New York with his barrel but his wifes jewelry was stolen by an enterprising New Yorker as soon as he was landed and the shearer was shorn All robbers up in Virginia could get was two violins As they fiddlers their final punishment is assured The short crop of grass cuts no fi ure at present with the floater who now revels in clover Do Pay A Chicago 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 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 ithas helped me out many a time Sold by all druggists 1m PBEACHERSVILLE Rev Wm C Hutchins has returned from Knox county where he has been doing fine preaching The meeting at the Baptist church is progressing nicely There has been some six or eight additions to date Bro Huey is doing some fine preaching John W Cummins has typhoid fever and is getting along as well as could expectedA of Stanford has been here for a few days working up a Maccabee lodge and will organize a tent here this week Mr E Foley is buying a load of fat hogs to take to Williamsburg Elmore Sowders sold 2 steers to Silas Hnderson for 265 per hundred Sam Rallard sold 10 hogs to B D Holtzclaw for 4icts Rev Philip Foley of Madison county is visiting his daughter Mrs HutchinsThe Newland daughters of Mr Thos Newland of Stanford have been guests of Mrs J F Pettus for a daysW and wife visited B D Edmiston in Louisville last week and while there bought their fall goods- C B King of Oklahoma is here and the prospect is he will return and make this his future home Mr Thos Mannering visited friends here Sunday Rev Murrel of Flat Woods was here Sunday attending the meeting Mr Milt Mahan and wife of Lancas ter were here Sunday attending the meeting Messrs Simpson and Jackson have finished their new store and have it filled with new goods and groceries and are now ready and willing to wait on the people Morris Ross sold a bunch of shoats at 5c to Mr Lee also Carl Prew itt a lot to same party at same price W T Weeeler sold a lot of shoats to Smith at 5c per lb Joe A Ross has delivered his crop of hemp seed which he engaged last spring at 2 per bushel The carpenters are getting along nicely on the new church at Bethel and will soon have it ready for use Farmers are about through sowing wheat The ground is very dry and it is not coming up very well T E Wheeler bought last Monday of Mr Haselden 1 horse for 60 Land Stock Crops For have 48 head of No 1 light feeding cattle for sale John W Miller Lancaster Ky 10164t So popular and widely appreciated have American dried fruits become in Germany they may be said to now con trol the markets The average quality pf spring wheat is 855 as compared with 877 one year Metcalfe county John Bailey sold a pair of work mules to George Cress for 280 The crop of apples this year is at 48000000 barrels which is more thanlialf a barrel woman and child in States Mr George Vance of Gradyvillesold to A W Tarter a few days two flee mules for 1000 Washington Oregon and California produce about 4600000000 feet of lumber and shingles a year and their forests will be exhausted in about 40 The preliminary estimate of the yield per acre of spring wheat is 144 bushels subject to when the final wheat estimate is made WR Thomas of Gainesville Fla bought mules from Wm Crump of Smiths Grove for 1000 Grass is growing nicely and farmers will get much good grazing cold weather Nothing more inviting decorative about A farm than a lot of well kept trees and a large number of them They correspond to swell kept l were GoodIt deedssome sonie NINA per lb John SaleI agoIn estimated everyman the United If than otitsaiting that s man community Mos for ago years average revision four t before looks and 3- I 0 II e fterd of dairy cows poultry or cwine iiml reflect a treat credit upon the manager Thee average condition of October I was 740 against ago 82 25 on October 102 540 at the corresponding date 1901 and a ten year average of 731 Mr John Ball of Versailles recent ly bought a suckling mare mule from Sue Dedman of near Mortonsville for 70 No man who loves his trees will al low persons in picking apples to throw sticks clubs and rocks into bearing fruit trees A tree may be injure more in ten minutes than it may grow out in three years J E Cahill of Mason county win raised an acre of tobacco under vas also concluded to experiment with growing tomatoes under canvas and finds it a success far beyond anticipations Those raised undei canvas matured much earlier and are at least twice as large as those on the outside and superior in every respect Dan Condor of Harrodsburg sold to Wm Robinson a yearling mule for 95 and to Jake Brown a suckling mule for 40 Sam Berry of Carlisle bought of Thomas McClintock a farm of 150 acres at 80 per acre JA farmer of the central West who uses a small traction engine and a gang of 14inch plowssays that it costs him 5o to 62 cents an acre to break his groundThe flour made from hard wheat will absorb and contain more water in bread making than the soft wheat flour and will consequently produce a greater weight of bread This is due to the greater amount of gluten in hard wheat Dr 0 P Wheeler of Franklin 16 jacks to Oklahoma for which he paid 8000 The light frosts alarmed the growers and much of the tobacco is being housed before it is ripe There are some pretty fair crops of tobacco in the county but the drouth cut the yield down considerably 40 to 50 bushels of Blue Grass Seed home stripped W B Denny tf Point Leavel Ky For Sale Six thorough bred Poland China boars weight 125 to 200 pounds 2t S Baughman Danville Galtee More the highest priced stallion but one the world has ever known is now on his way to this coun try to do stud duties at Keeneland farm near this city One result of the drouth in Central Kentucky will be to reduce the of lambs annually raised for the market It has been a custom here abouts for farmers to buy Tennessee and Indiana sheep in the fall to lambs The lack of grazing has made it Impracticable for this custom to be followed this season On the contrary farmers are forced to sell stock which if kept might bring higher prices later in the year and hogs have been sold freely the latter because of the shortage in the corn crop Lexington Herald Confessions of a Frle t Rev S Cox of Wake Ark writes For about 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use ofElectric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease tliat had me in its grasp for twelve yearns If you want a reliable for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by McRoberts 1m Too err is human to forgive is often akin to diplomacy Real estate dealers lives should be filled with good deeds Prejudice is the stepfather of slander The best waynot to obtain praise is to ask for it Djpaptta I haa Dyspepsia in its worst form and felt miserable most alt 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 and sweetens the stomach Sold by F P Frisbie 1m W S BEAZIEY Dentists Office over Thomp on Danville at 1 q on 84 month can all shipped have Jno produce Cattle Jno Only 50c A Core FJL meMrs purifies ti C FARIS Faris 8 e i 1 potatoes a one Mrs number number medicine 4 BeAzley tore AND HARNESScheap for the next SO days mm ELMOBE J r Pf r 11 iEi iijiJ rIfiI1 frillg rrilim BUGGIES i I riIiii 1- rl s a a i Save Two From Death Our little daughter an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis WK Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all oth er had failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful 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 for Coughs and Colds 50c and 1 bottles guaranteed by McRoberts Trial bottles free 1m Wit without wisdom is sauce with out meat 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 enough It is for this same 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 Wine makes the head dizzy makes the heart dizzy A Perfect Palnlesi Pill is the one that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remoye the bile clear the complexion cure headache 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 Duty and inclination seldom shoot the same shute Broke Into HI 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 guar anteed t o cure 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m Trees TreesF- all 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Evergreens 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 SmoothFinish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY Phones 202 Main St Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent L incaster Kenucky had writesMrs reason pneumonia power for doing DeWitts DeWitts planter If want evidence send M N Infallible 4 4 5I53 R The National Bank OF KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A DIIMY FrMlieai v JOHN 8 STOMKS Vice Pre t S C DBHNT tC 8hK ETT Jtabrji Bookkeeper Saml D Cochran Alex EL Denny A C Boblnson Jno E Stprmee WH Kinnalrd 493 Ji r j I DIBECTOJlS hA i y fi ic 1 LANCASTER i L Cashier w 1 TS PL 1w iirY Robinson y MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily Handsomest ever brougt to Lancaster SALLXE D TILLET I raiite and MarMe We are at all times prepared to offer the I buying public the best in the market in the 1 line of Monuments Headstones Markers I i Posts Coping etc etc 1 Our line of designs are latest and we I 1 can also prepare special ideas Presented by our customers We quote the lowest prices I consistent with the finest qualities We erect work any whete f I Karrard f STANFORD STREET 8 S88 S S S NEVT 1 oatppppa I Wheat Drills and Grass Seed J T B WftLKER SON II oU-3 Now is the timetor Fiiiug afld iuWiadowGlassPuttiu We have a full line of Paint and all sizes of Glass Let us have your business fR118IE Drug itoro I I J 1 mm mi i 1 J r Guaranteed Razors See our Safety RAZORS PocketKnives 1 Blade 2 Blades 3 Blades 4 Blades SchoolKnives BoysKnives GirlsKnives LadiesKnives GentlemensKnives WorkKnives JackKnives PenKnives CattleKnives Hunting Knivei ButcherKnive CARVING SETS GUARANTEED i jCUTlHY i I I I I i I I I i a SCISSORSSHEARS rKF Postle t 1 tsp tsp j t sl fi f a MROBERTS q T i J ro c- EF JesFOR ALL SrOrES I 4 r 4 I I Old and New I SCHOOl Books Supplies WvW UU U AT I Gossip About People vgNgNg A Brief Mention of the and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In Mrs Jesse Fox is visiting her par ents in Somerset Miss Eliza Smith was a visitor in Danville Saturday Mr George D Robinson of Lincoln was here this week Mr Jake Joseph is in Cincinnati more winter goods Col W S Ferguson of Covington is here looking after bis big farm Miss Camille Hopper of Hustonville is the guest of Miss Jane Hopper Mr William Goodloe of Paris was Miss Jennie Lackeys guest Sunday Mr Jake Joseph represented the loca lodge at a State K P at Lexington Mrs Charles Norris of Jeffersonville attended the ArnoldWilson wedding Mr E C Walton represented the splendid Interior Journal here Mon day Mr John Burnside was in Lexington the past week and attended the ger man Mr Raymond Haselden who has been ill for some time is much im proved Miss Lucy Gregory has returned from a visit to the Misses Vansickle of DanvilleMiss Burnside left Tuesday for a visit to Mis Charles McGugin of Howard Ohio Mr James I Hamilton who has been spending several months in Mississippi has returned home Mrs Best of Stanford Mrs Dan Scott of Richmond attended the Arnold Wilson wedding Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville has been visiting parents Mr Theo Currey and wifa Mrs W M Bogle of Owensboro is the guest of her parents Mr W H Wherritt and wife Mrs Fred Frisbieand little son Hud son have returned from a visit to friends in Richmond Mrs Leander Davidson from a visit to her daughter Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond Miss Mary Burnside has returned from a very pleasant to Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington A pretty picture of little Miss Sara Franklin Wol ford appeared In Satur days Courier Journal Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholas purchasing hasreturned r her DRUGSTORE Iville has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs Alex West gave an elegant Friday in honor of her daughter Mrs Charles Denman Nicholasville Master Jack Doty after a visit to his aunt Miss Lena Bright has re turned to his home in Lexington Little Miss May Barnes Browning of Lexington has been visitingher grand parents Mr John Anderson and wile Misses Amanda Anderson Bessie Mae Lear and Bettie West attended the Teachers Association Gunns ChapelMrs Hudson and little daugh ter Porter Scott have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Kennedy of LexingtonMr Mrs G S Gaines and Miss Julia Mae Gaines and little Elizabeth Mahan of Danville were visitors here the past week Mr J R Harris wife and baby of Turnersvllle were here Sunday Mr Harris is conducting a large store in Turnersvllle and doing well Virgil Kinnaird entertained Friday evening at his home on Lexington ave nue Elegant refreshments were served and a delightful evening was spent Richmond Z T Rice gave a Dining Wednesday to a number of her lady friends who were invited to meet her mother Mrs Dav idson We areglad to notelthat Miss Willie Belle Burnside who is sick with fever at Dexter Mo is getting along nicely and indications are that she will soon recoverThe received a letter announc log the serious illness of his brother inlaw Mr Charles K McGugin at Howard Ohio A later report says Mr McGugin is much better We had a pleasant call from our old friend and countyman nings last week He has been living in Spencer county for several years but like all Garardites never forgets the old home and makes us a visit at every opportunity Richmond Register Mr W K Den ny arrived from West Virginia on Tuesday nieht and is visiting relatives and friends here Mr Denny has re cently purchased a fine farm in Boone countY Missouri and he and his fami ly will go there to make their home at onceThe following invitations from Dan ville have been received by friends Mrs George A Chesnut Mrs Logan Wood October 3 3 to Mr and Mrs Pumphrey Hudson of Danville announce the engagement of their daughter Allene to Mr Ben jaminFranklin Robinson The wed ding intake place at the home of the bride some time in December dinner PantagraphMrs MrBaylorJen 5p m I ORDER YOUR GROCERIESfrom guarantee that they are PURE and FRESH Froth Bread Daily Beit Cipi ii Town r A L 00 SON i HMB l Graham Price of Danvill was here MondayJoe been here for a few days with relatives Miss Annie Walters is in Cincinnati visiting Miss Cora Ward Middlesboro Record M i s s Mary Wooldridge who has been the attract ive guest of Rev J M Reid and family left yesterday morning for Harrods burg where she will visit her relatives before returning to her home at Den ver Colorado Geo R Harden of Covington was here this week looking after his prop erty Tom Eason of S mall service was here this week Modoc was mashed in a railroad wreck some time ago and is still on crutches The Junior class o f the Graded School will give a reception at the W CLT U rooms thisevening in honor of tne Senior class Miss Annie Herndon will give a hal loween party Saturday evening at her home on Lexington avenue Mrs Sam Wooldridge and daughter Miss Mary are expected Saturday from a visit to relatives in Middlesboro and H rrodsburg Miss Pearl Bettis of Lexington is with her mother Bettis Mr Thorne wife and son Laurence of Middlesburg attended the funeral of Mr Lewis Doty Mrs Smith Clark of Paris attended the funeral of her brotherinlaw Mr Lewis Doty Mrs John Francis of Danville has been the guest of her sister Mrs Alex Dotv IN MEMOUIAM In memory of Mrs Eliza Eason Whereas God in His Divine has called home Mrs Eliza Ea son we the officers of the Helping Hand Society Resolve that through the death of Mrs Eason our church has lost one of its most faithful and loving members One who always unless hindered by sicknesswas found in her accustomed pew with a smile and cheering word for each one That our society has lost an officer who was ever prompt and ready at dutys call We shall miss her from our number but we know she has gone where pain and sickness are no more and that our loss is her gain Mrs H A B Marksbury Pres Mary Knapp West P Farmers who keep poultry will find it to their advantage to breed some of the standard varieties such as Ply mouth Rocks Langshans or Wyan dottes because good general pur pose variety will give more profit hence more satisfaction than a com mon flock The cost of securing a dis tinctive breed of fowls is so small com pared to other stock on the farm that farmer should have a pure bred uniform flock Poultry raising is look ed upon as small business by the aver age farmer and is usually turned over to the women folks to afford them a little pinmoney This is done right in the face of the fact that the poul try business is greater in volume than many of the staple farm products The value of the annual egg product alone is greater than that of the silver mines Wake up give more attention to poultry the best paying invest ment on the farm Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and cplds and prevents pneumonia Take no substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m The Christian church convention at Paris Ky reported 7137610 for missions during the past year Over 2000 additions were gained by the Evangelists supported by the state board during the year The Christian church in convention at Detroit last week report for Missions and during the past year Home Missions 102246 Church Extension 43147 Ministerial Relief 5605 State Missions 142721 Foreign Missions 210000 Benevolent Association 70000 C WBM 147086 721140 Net gain in membership 33464 Present membership 1220841 This does not include independent work additions or gifts outside of the organized efforts Eldar J B Briney will become Editor of the Christian Companion Louisville Jan 1 1904 For pleasant physic take Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in For sale byall druggists 1m has the C Mrs some every or- ganIzed Benevolence 1 Ellie Providence effect st Gr 4 lAp ROBES Busines 01 I II I I H 01 01 01 101 It It It It It t t t IIThesePeople Mean 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 Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and oats For Kent Large sample room in the W C T U with elevator tab els and telephone I have secured firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ 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 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 It you want a bargain call at once 925tf Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will pay charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Ilonaker the Lexington florist and can till orders for any de signs on the shortest notice Call us up and we will telephone order at once Phone 119 J C Thompson Lancaster 925tf A Fine Opportunity As one of the firm has decided to re move to the West we have concluded to close out our grocery furniture and undertaking business in this city and will 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 obtain a rare bargain and good invest ment will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall I have some I C pigs for sale Thesa are thoroughbreds with fine pedigrees Prices reasonable OW Potts We are headquarters for buggy rugs Romans Elmore 1023 Look Out You will have to pay penalty on your school tax if not paid in a few days E W Harris You can get a bargain on a buggy now Romans Elmore 1033 Dont buy a winter buggy rug until you our stock and prices Romans Elmore We dont want to keep our large stock of vehicles through the winter you can get one cheap Romans El more 1023 Dr Sid Osteopath Located on Richmond street Lan caster Ky two doors below Baptist church Lady always in attendance Consultation and examination free Telephone No 61 Osteopathy treats with success all curable diseases tf I am agent for Ladies Home Journal and will receive subscriptions and or der the paper promptly Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store tf All going to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money calling on J E Stormes Lancaster Ky tf The Annual Common School Con test will be held Nov 18 Six young ladles have entered Others who in tend to take part are requested to send in their names at once The prize is 10 in gold Amanda Manager o31td h a Anyone deslrlngto fineO 10 utf 1023 bell Anderson For Male see Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Notice to Taxpayers State and county taxes are now due and I am to receive same Call and settle now as nothing to be gained by postponing the matter 87tf Property For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage 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 for sale Banks Hudson 109tf Coal Coal Coal Austin fe Bartons old stand carr on hand nothing are Ring up No 104 what they will do for you ju10tf Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed wheat for sale Banks 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 wheat for sale Potts Bros 102tf Property now occupied by Dee Gul ley on Crab street Mrs J I Hamilton 1016tf I have for sale nine nice shoats cheap Theyre as nice as silk 3t T Currey 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 Paint Lick Mill We are now betterequipped for busi 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 flour that we sell to our trade We guarantee as good flour as can be made We clean all corn through a Eureca Corn Cleaner and loose 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 Burnam Rucker We have a stock winter buggy rugs cheap Romans Elmore 1023 NOTICEGarrard Court Adrian Metcalf Plffl Jas Metcalf Adm of Petin Equity Ben Metcalf Oft J Persuant to an 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 bear 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 1 I s W L Lawson I bydelay I Beazle at ense stock of at a in andle bu Ie best and their p e corre and ee I I I Hudson- a 28tf For Rent For Sale Roller 10233t large SGC Everything coal Plumbing LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 Tlje GITIZENS BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis TLeayell J S Robinson SWi JiSfrSfrf J j j gjgj I J I t BF Hudson 11 1 NATIONAL Walker T IL Arnold r I1 I i I Ita EIi Y t li r 1t tYJijO J WOIVEN V- 1E 4 K N iftft i GUNS AND Ammunition Rifles Shot Guns Single Barrel Double Barrel Hammerless New Rival Repeater New Victor New Club League Referee etc jSemiSmokeless Smokeless Black I I I I I I I I I AMMUNITION r I i 1 T 1 Postle C 1I i 5 C r r K1F fhcr 113 let tlKHlttth j niwtlowi physically iftjUll they Jiva jest j or ti pf ger i between j heaHu and sickjioss Some day they slugger across the line and disease like a bird of prey swoops down on them and they have to ght for life The weak body invites disease As the strength of the body is solely derived from food digested and assimilated so physical weakness points to the fact that the food eaten is not assimilated and the body is growing weak through lack of nu trition Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and so enables the perfect digestion and of food by which the bodily strength is alone sustained Thanks to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery writes Mr Charles H German of Lehighton Pa It is the only medicine that has me any good I thing I could think of to cure indigestion and I was only Then I heard of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and tried a bottle of it and to my it was doing me good I used bottles of it and am now It is the best medicine on earth The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines He gains you lose there fore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dfm Pierces Pleasant cure constipation They do not beget the pill habit e fl Jl rq lJr i w gc 1m t assimilation It t ed tt Pellets t t 0 siz FLATWOODS Joseph Ball bought a house from W S Gooch for 25 lie will tear it down and move it to his lot in Flatwood W H Furr is selling boots and shoes costW Furr has a pair of match work mules for sale Aunt Sallie McQuerry who has been quite sick is better Charley Dillons little boy that was accidentally shot if in a fair way to recoverHugh Ball and wife visited at Joe Balls Saturday Cleve Spangler visited your corres pondent Saturday night Rev J L Reeves preached at liar mons Lick Sunday There will be preaching Chapel Sunday night by the pastor Rev Jordan Rev Reeves and wife visited Mrs Holman Sunday Dr Amon is running a saw mill not a cane mill on Mr Paynes place Sampson Reeves and Mr Grubbs are preparing to build a dwelling house on Mr Paynes place BEUNA VISTA Marshall Scott has sold his farm to Sidney Poor Mrs Thos Cunningham hac sold her farm to Easley Brooks Henry Ruble Jr will soon move to the property vacated by Abe Holley Dudley Lane has rented his proper ty to Marshall Scott and will move to Jessamine near Hanley s Dame Rumor says a wedding this week and we think she means it The Prohibition Alliance will hold its business meeting Saturday night at the home of Mrs Christopher Last Wednesday afternoon the home of J J Poor burned No insurance The flames were under headway when difcovered The fire originated from at Lawsons 11 for i600 If your Druggist have not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy in stock we will send you two bottles by express charges prepaid for 100 Remember this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing the kitchen part of their household goods were saved Some jewelry was lost among it two gold watches BRYANTS VILLE There will be preaching here Sunday night by Rev W D Williams Quite a large number attended the sale of 0 N King Saturday Mr King and daughter Miss Eilie will leave in a short time for Lexington where they will make their future home Mrs Anne Dunn has returned from Stanford and is now with her brother W J Hogan Miss Minnie Ison is visiting her aunt Mrs Celia Armstrong The house and contents of Mr John J Poor near BuenaVistawere destroy ed by fire last week Mr Poor had no insuranceMr Mrs Bedell Chancellor of Stanford were the guests of W J and family and other relatives the first of the week Mrs S S Dickerman continues to im prove slowly Mr Walker Burnside entertained very elegantly at his home in the country last Wednesday evening in honor of his house party Misses Lena Rigney Alice Walker and Elizabeth Hudson of Lancaster and Miss Cot ton of Danville Miss Pearl Hackney of London is eqpected this week to be the guest of Miss Wade Lee Maret Mr Wm Jenkins one of our most popular young men will leave this week to accept a position in Mrs Noah Jean of Danville has been the guest of Mrs Eugene Berkele and other friends Big Sillphi There is piled up in the treasury a vast surplus over and above the expen ses of the government and iti s in creasing at the rate of a million a week Of course the withdrawal of this money from circulation will eventually have a bad effect upon The Secretary of the Treasury realizes this fact and is putting the money out as deposits in banks How much better it would be to expend it in assisting the States and counties in building good roads In this way it would accomplish a double purpose it would put the money back into the hands of the people from whom it should never have been taken and at the same time would be increasing the wealth of the country at the rate of at least ten dollars for every dollar Whenever the government wants to do something with its sur plus it at once turns to the banks Itis time it should turn to the farmers who create nearly all the wealth of the nation and are completely ignored when it comes to legislation Ban a Ten Nail Through 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 ap plied Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my sur prise it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all druggists Itn stovea Hogan Indianapolis business expended Penn HI 4 4 POTTS BROS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 1 I FLOUR FEED STORE EXCHANGE Cl anufacturersof in High Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat RYe Corn Oats Crushed Corn Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes block Danville ave I PHONIC 100 o t CB08 ttHMJUUULUil c g anddealers S 0 U 00 5 7 c 4 Cotton30 WkRAWR1WWJflkJ 4 Mp ill qujsayo lie has ua opted the call us pastor here Miss Battle Rochester of Stanford WalkerWill Doty accepted a position at Moundsville W Va last week lie left for that place Tuesday Mr Tom Doty of Ponca City Okla has been visiting relatives here Miss Panthea Royston will leave Monday for Bowling Green She will accept a position there as stenographer TO TAKE 1ICUTUES INGAIIKAHD Kentucky Exhibit Association Ap point all official Pliotosmylier lo get viewsTor Worlds Fair E H Fox who has the gallery in Lancaster has been appointed Official Worlds Fair Photographer by the Kentucky Exhibit Association for this county and is now taking pictures to be shown in the Kentucky Building and in the displays to be made by the State of her products and resources in the different exhibit palaces of the Exposition grounds Views are to be made of all historical points in the county while pictures peculiar to each class are to be taken for the mineral xh oit fclu agricultural display the fruit exhibit the display of forestry the educational exhibit the live stock display etc etc Special attention is to be given the schools of this county The Kentucky Exhibit Association wants pictures of as many school buildings with the pupils standing or sitting in front as possible to secure and our Official Photographer will give a great deal of his time end of the work The educational exhibit of Kentucky at the Worlds Pair is to show in photog raphy the progress made since the school system was inaugurated in the State in 1829 Teachers should not wait to be visited by the photographer but should notify him at once when they will be ready to have pictures of their school taken 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 specifies 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 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 druggistsFeb 04 The Delineator For November In the November issue The Delinea tor sustains its recognized position as the foremost fashion publication and one of the highclass literary maga zines Excellent reading and refined art supplement the display of Winter fashions which are more charming than at any previous time In fiction there is the second installment of The Evolution of a Club Woman the bold narrative of a womans experiences in clubdom purporting to be fact a short story by William MacLeod Raine entitled An Unpremeditated Engagement An Interrupted Honey moon by Lillie Hamilton French a pathetic incident of a little Yorkshire terrier and a western story by Minna C Smith In the second of his remark able photographic articles met relates some of his thrilling ad ventures with the camera N Moore has a strikingly illustrated paper Chrysanthemums and in the Miladi paper Clara E Laughlin writes of Conflicting Tendencies in early married life A House Small but Artistic is pictured and described by Alice M Kelloggand in Carlotta and I Miles Bradford tells the story of an oldfashioned Thanksgiving For the children there is a Firelight Storyby Livingston B Morse entertaining Pastimes by Lina Beard describing the construction of the Statue of Zeus at Olympia an amusing story by Mathews called We Meet Monsieur Daguerre and a Sewing Lesson In addition there are numerous articles by experts treating problems of the home and household 1rIHI1I1 alld IIiV has Lelll the guest ur Miss Isabella tothis German clever J C Hem Hudson CV MtNS1- Bcy fiillttl 4 hAs The consumptive FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line o f FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found In the town Prices low J A BEAZLEY GO e Mr James parks Ixsuulita fat cfjw from G A lirtiuo at2i per Ib also one from Mrs Peacbie Grow at same prier Mrs Sarah Duncan who has been quite Sick fur some time is Improving some Mrs E P Scott sold some crlves to C M Jenkins at 10 each Miss Vallle Duncan gave a social Tuesday evening much to the delight of the young people Henry Taylor and sister Mrs Mary Flatten of Chatham of Illinois who have been spending few weeks with relatives and friends here returned to their home Monday accompanied by their cousin Miss Mary Montgomery who will spend the winter with them Mrs Susan Johnson of Burginspent last week with Mrs Dennie Scott Miss Minnie Ray of Buckeye was the guest of Mrs Luther Raney Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Harvey Dean and Harrison Dean visited in Jessamine last week Messrs H L Thompson Willie On stott aud Miss Edna Scott were at tendants at the GrowKogers wedding at Danville Thuisday- Mr Willie Grow of this county and Miss Lena Rogers of Boyle emdly united in the hply bonds of matrimony at the home of Rev Cole man at Danville Thursday Oct22nd The groom is a prosperous farmer and is well worthy of tIe charming bride he has just won The bride isabright Christian lady and much beloved by all who know her We wish them a happy and prosperous life with just enough shadows to make them fully appreciate the goodness of God Try some of our mixed Poultry food 10 30tf Potts Bros Rice Pop Corn shelled and ready to pop Potts Bros 10 30 tf Amonia Bone and Potash Fertilizer 1030tf Potts Bros Millett and Sorghum Seed 10 30tf Potts Bros Linseed Meal and Cottonseed Meal Potts Bros Anythiug you want in the Feed and Seed line Potts Bros 1030 tf Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1030tf Potts Bros Corn the King The Government crop report figures indicate an increase in the ycild of corn of nearly 18000000 bushels and a decrease in the total wheat crop of about 10000000 bushels These figures show an astonishing improvement of the corn crop in The yield of corn this year will amount to 2307830000 The estimate of September 10 last placed the yield of corn at 2289900000 The total crop of winter and spring wheat estimated in September at 606841000 bushels will it is now calculated amount to 959028000 bush els Popularity Content Withdrawn So little interest was manifested by the educators of the State in the School Teachers Popularity Contest by the Kentucky Exhibit that it has decided to withdraw the same and return the money that has come to the fund this source to those who voted it For the infor mation of the teachers who displayed interest in the contest it may be said that less than 100 from the entire State was sent to the Association in votes OilIng the Country Itoad Over in Fayette county they are try ing the experiment of oiling the coun try roads which has proved so in other sections of the country Last week they were working on the Newtown pike and The Gazette it was done One half of the road was oiled at a time so as not to with travel After the oil is acoating of sand is applied to prevent its runningofl and also to help to coating of waterproof surface This process renders the road both dustless and impervious to water the Way An exchange asked the question What can capitalists do to lessen the conflicts between capital and labor and anotner exchange answers in these words 1 Avoid all public displays of wealth which tend to make the poor dissatisfied 2 Do to the deserving poor when ever and wherever you meet them pre cisely what you would like to have them do to you f they were rich and you were poor Aint It the Irnth An exchange warbles after the On the farms of the United States are the most hopeful genera tion of boys of which the world has knowledge They are the very seed corn of the nation From them will be recruited not only the successors of their fathers as managers of the farms and breeders of the stock of this great nation but future captains of Indus try mighty merchants and talents for the halls of legislation the boards of trade and all the duties of statesman ship h fathers of these boys will make a great mistake however to teach them that they must leave the farm in order to succeed Watch the Kidaeya When they are effected life is in makes sound kidneys JC C J E Stormes im YV T rA- lUI were sol 1030tf 1 September bushels conducted Association froth headquarters spread form- a Here following greatEnglish lflUfllui4 successful how Interfere I Poopje ijiilt growing pld at jO halt a cqnttiry ago The quit Jt when they ceased thinking themselves old at 40 ceased dressing themselves old at 40 and ceased actually being old at 40 not to speak of drinking themselves old at 40 What has become of the j widows caps and the matrons caps and the solemn and stiff suits our fathers and grandfathers wore at 40 Gone to perdition and the old clo junk shop where they ought to have gone The young man of 50 or CO now wears the natty sack tweeds or serges that his son or grandson wears tipped off with a jaunty hat He goes to baseball the races he keeps up with the procession and is in for a good time in moderation heathfujly The young woman in white or colors with the gay hat who has the manners of a youthful but selfrespecting girl of 20 in the century ishis wife perhaps a grandmother but none the less young and happy yet They feel young they dress young they believe themselves the Great Horned Spoon they are young Ex Kemember Thin When you go to Cincinnati and want a strictly highclass hotel located with the very best of fare at most rea sonable rates stop at the Palace Sixth and Vine streets This he tel is especially well suited for ladies as it is in the heart of the city within a stones throw of all theatres and those in charge take especial pains to see that their guests have every Take our advice and stop at the Palace next time you are in the city The Salve That heal without leaving a scar is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied to many salves but DeWitts Witch Ha zel Save is the only Witch Hazel Salve that contains the pure unadulterated witch hazel If any other Witch Hazel Salve is offered you it is a counterfeit E C DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and DeWitts Witch HazelSalve is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind bleed ing itching and protruding piles Sold by F P Frisbie 1m The best a ray of sunshine into a gloomy heart Dieting Invites Diea c To cure Dyspepsia or indigestion it is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weak ness 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 and all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you the stomach sweet Sold by F P Frisbie 1m The best life that writes charity in the largest letters Spent More Than SIOOO W W Baker of Plainview Neb writes My wife suffered from lung trouble years She tried a number of doctors and spent over 1000 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 better health than she has in ten years Refuse substi tutes C C J E 1m The best a smile upon the brow of childhood A Complexio- nIt is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use cosmetics or local treatment advocated by the beau ty doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enrich ing the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping the 1 i y e r healthy and active The liver is the seat 6f disease and blood polution Greens August Flower acts directly on the liver cleanses and enriches the blood 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