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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6 1903 I TH CENTRAL RECORDJ 7 ydlt NUXJJIBJI v t OIIItTEEXTII Y f local Interests T J Hatcher has moved his shoe shop to a room over II T Log ans store where he will to Wait on his friends Business on this branch ofjine K C is heavier than ever known and uncle Henry has to doublcUhe hills every day No more Sunday excursions will be run to Cincinnati until next spring They were welt patronized during the past season ing As lows han of little boys had a lot of fun Saturday night by steps gates A curlew law would keep these promising lads off the streets at night Mrs Ann Doty sold a farm of 110 near Hiattsville to II K oebas tian at 4700 Jonah Marsee sold his farm in Lower Garrard consisting of 12L acres to Wm Prewitt for 23 There is a demand for land but prices are not up to what they should be The Drouth The drouth has been quite a serious proposition in Garrard and the far mers have been considerably annoyed thereby Grass has played out out the big crops of corn and fodder have kept off rs to feed In town the dust has been knee deep and the merchants and house keepers have fared hard Flue Property Sold The sale of the Lancaster Flour Mills Electric Light Plant and Pla ning Mills was completed a few days Sanders and Walker buy ing the entire property The price was S12000 Tills is one of the best properties in the state the Hour mills being exceptionally valuable new having only recently beet in stalled throughout The new firm took possession of the Hour mills and light plant Saturday but Mr R G Wards lease on the planing mill does not expire until Jan 1 These men are among Garrard most prominent and substantial citizens and that they will make a complete success of their venture goes without saying Experienced hands will be placed in charge of the mechanical de partment panties and grates at bot tom prices JRlaselien r Lancaster Lodge 104 work in third degree this their halt is not yet omple ted meeting will be held in Odd Fel A crowd removingsigns et Sale of Farms acres anxiety since M ssrs machinery county I Air H atin tl tt Fifo Ii 1t1lJ1t Coal lazes I i f rock 1 f S I be glad nearly hill the Thursday even r T Tight Stoves flateriSets1 t ra Y r l r on is of a work The Chute full down The W C T U will have a candy pull ing in their rooms Fridarnight Nov 13th Admission 15 ctsI There were very few drunks on hand and considering the amount hand for working purposes this remarkable Jackman Byers a wellknown old colored man attempted suicide by hanging lIe was found in his cabin in the Brlarfield before dead and will recover The council should macadamize Middlesboro and Duncantown with the best rock obtainable put the streets in and thus show the colored people of that section that the white people of the town honor and respect a negro who will not C W Jl M Mission Day The C WB M celebrated their mis sion day Wednesday at the Christian church in a most pleasing manner The good women were present in large numbers and a most interesting pro gram was given At noon a dinner was served Severalpromi Went present and deliv ered talks Interest Increases The meetings at the Christian church have been attended by large crowds and webelieve will a great deaf of interest in religious matters in Lancaster The sermons by Rev Mr Smith are to the polntand convincing Twelve or fourteen have united with the church and the churchmembers the town are awakened to a greater extent as to what their duties as church members are Services will be held throughout this week but no has been as to how much longer Hotel ItiiproveiuentB Mr George R Harden ofCovington was here last week and rerented his property on Richmond street to Mr Will Gaines who will continue to run hotel Mr Harden will soon begin erecting an addition to the house which will give several more rooms The room now occupied by Noel will be used as an office thus the place complete and Mr Harden is making a good as the place will always command a good rent Lancaster seeming to have gone into a Rip Van Winkle nap as to rebuilding the Garrard hotel lias ItlBen Kapldly Rev R R West of Washington City was here a few days visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs John K West Mr West went to Washington whenCleve land was first inaugurated accepting a clerkship and preachngat one of the Baptist churches The oHicialssoon recognized his abil ity and one promotion has followed another until today Mr West holds of the most important positions- in the Treasury Department He is a man of exceptionally fine sense in dustrious and gentlemanly in all his dealings Many of his old Lancaster friends enjoyed his talk at the Baptist church Sunday morning Of Interest to the Craft Members of the state press associa tion will be glad to learn that a most cordial invitation has been extended by Louisiana Purchase Exposition officials to hold the next meeting in their buildings and be the big shows guests for a week President Paul Moore of the Earlington Bee called a meeting of officers to be held at the Gait House Louisville day to take action fix time of and attend to several other of Importance Among the latter is to formulate a plan by which the advertising laws will be more rigidly enforced The editor of this paper who is vicepresident of the will attend the Football troubles A team of Lancaster lads went to Richmond Saturday and claim they received about the toughest deal which ever fell to a lot of lovers of the sport They claim that instead of meetinga of boysjthey knew they found a gang of hoodlums they express it As Richmond is known far and wide for her of strangers we our boys ran up against people who did not live there or if residents they on boys at which we are greatly surprised New Buslnesa Rulei Itis rapidly becoming so that a young man who would attain the heights of and fame must not only be efficient and honest he must be abstemious id habits use of cigarettes and by is no prohibited by the three greatest railway systems of the west the Wabash the Alton and Rock Island by the Western Electrical company as welt This der is not the res u It of pressure brought by any temperance or reform organization but effect of a keen insignt into the by men in charge who that cigarette smo drinking habit are not conducive to the welfare of gay great V commercial enterprise i 1 J r ive Npw goto Tuesday tiptop shape p delightful speakers re awaken decision making convenient Investment government has meeting matters association meeting Saturday team as treatment Register topmost success alcoholics the avid or the andthe I sellout interesting reached Sisters capitalists one the hospitable our h their employes matter know I I j ute 1 As of of As a to THE OLD BOARD WINS A flitter Fight Was Made Agalnkt It Bat the Opposition Only Gnawed A Pile While it looked pretty gloomy for the friends of the Old Board all day Tuesday yet they buckled on morand won out in the home stretch stated in The Record the hardest fight ever made in a municipal was waged against the present board and no stone was left unturned 10 elect thenew ticket Some people said itwas the Chutevat back of the new ticket but this is a mistake While was almost solid for the neW yet there were a of prominent white people who laid awake at night racking their brains to devise a way to defeat the present board But the business men of the town while having nothing at all against the new ticketsaw itwould beffolly to change at present and voted for the old men The colored pedple Middlesboro and Duncantown stood solid as a brick wall for the old board and to them is due the thanks the friends of the present board we stated all along it was not a fight between men but simply a proposition which was so plain that we were surprised that those who bore malice against the present board voted against themThe election of the old board after so hard prove to them that the people have the utmost confidence in their ability and they should and we believe will put their shoulders back the wheel and push as they always have for the towns best interests Below is the vote EP WP on 82 67 122 Robinson Beazley Morrow Hemphill Williams Gulley Lee Jones Monday was pension day und many old vets had their hearts made glad The Bastin telephone company as usual furnished the election returns while they were hot You cant beat the service given in Lancaster 61 123 65 126 60 li8 This office is under many obligations returns from which our table is made This weather is comfortable to the body and a relief to the mind for the time being since one does not have to worry over the immediate fuel supply Cap If Bight Tuesday when Capt White heard the Christian church bull ring hesaid to some one in The Record office There it is the Lord is in the church and the devil on the Public Square Rothwell Tipped It is believed by those familiar the situation that J Mort Rothwell will be appointed master for this county They believe that Mr Rothwells gallant work party his untiring efforts for Judge Bells success together with other diction will prove true Az Deserve Praise The Garrard democrats a vote thanks to Mr their chair man of campaign committee for the able manner in which he held the reins in the race The big majority speaks for itself This office did a greatdealof printing for him some of the orders being needed in the great est hurry but his courteous manner spurred us to hustle all the more a pleasure to deal gentlemen BIII Cook Dead Maj Wil Collier who was here this week told us of the death of the well known man Bill Cook who was raised in Lancaster arid well known here He has been working the elevator at the Louisville custom house for several years buthis health tailed and he died about two weeks ago Bill was an honorable honest colored man who had the all who knew him Glad We Could lisle The Record is always delighted publish notices for the churches or for the societies connected therewith and when we receive so kind and cour teous a note as the it makes all hands feel good The following is Paint Lick In be half of Paint Lick W C T U I wislf to express thanks for so kindly adver pressed themselves as having had an enjoyable time Mrs E L Woods The Records work on the ballots proved entirely the only trouble that the envelopes a little but this could not be helped in ballots were so large that in some places additional boxes bad to be secured during the day The paper was linen but as this is h ed and sent to printers by the state officials that kick is not at us Itrough and hard to on law says tbat kind of inusfcb used and the secretary of state has to 5 theirar election theChute board even fightshould Herndon hi Joseph 20 14 83 GG 126 19 63 117 t6 45 37 95 46 34 94 41 30 94 40 29 Dotyfor commissions for the landhim A D Leaven Its t following certainly realizedII were b1illt1 I r have number business also with owe colored respect from OarWorlcSatldaclory satisfactory small fact the furs was write piper js- o the few saw Lion is Was to a ble it fied DEMOCUATIC VICTOKT Garrard County Gives Largest major Sty lu Years The Average Ifuiis to 289 Tuesdays qlcction was about the most quiet ever held in Garrard and we have heard of no at any of the precincts The leaders seemed to take little interest in the result that is only a took an active part These few worked like trojans but they soon they were up against the real thing that is the democrats had things all over the countyand the tremendous majority received by the democrat ticket bears out the asser In town the was so lively that most bf the citizens lost sightof the state that they were so Interested in their towns welfare that few cared who elected governor or if one was elected at all It is a great mistake hold city elections at same time of other races and especially at the same polling places This should be and when the town people have little matter to settle let them at tend to it themselves and not have some people as judges or officers who do live within the limits The ta given below is as near accurate as is possible to give now but we dont suppose the final count will change Qn it At any rate we will wager an old straw hat that the side of the house will be satis with the following disturbance fixed not putany democratic county republican city rake remedied g g r j s 3 V S The Democrats won a victory in Kentucky Tuesday and the indications are that Gov Beckhams plurality over Col Belknap will be somewhere from 20000 to 25000 The democrats elected two of the Railroad Commis sioners and seem to have a good pros are incomplete The Democratic ticket elected in Greater New York Tuesday Col McClellans plu rality Low was about 70000 Low was defeated in Brooklyn and only carried one borough The Republicans buried Tom Johnson in Ohio by a plurality of over 100000 which breaks the record The will have a Republican plurality of over 100 on joint ballot All on the Republican ticket in Philadelphia wereelected by the us ual large plurality jwhich will proba bly run 100000 Gov Garvin Democrat was reelected in Rhdde island by a reduced plurality Garrard Boys Ten cars of stock left Lancaster Saturday It required special train and Capt Joe Arnold and crew came down after them By the way Joes many are glad to he is climbing in railroad circles Henry Arnold is also and equally as railroad men and the public These boys have worked their way up by merit alone through some pull which most men have to have G a r r a r d blood will tell The Country Pastor Baptist Argus We have a fast growing the county pastor as a preacher It is more inspiring to preach to country people than to townsmen inspiring that I the been 6y poljtan ministers but by men from the country small towns If la rural are supported more studious In their hall aind more influential with befote Itisr ft tlyglorioulto I was Legislature riends The addresses we e d ri them tra brethren better 11 t mountain electedoffer candidates about knoli that attain popular among and ot a county respect far most have seminar have not and the the churches per be illgtcivil cot e r f RyIt About the happiest man in town is Mayor who was so enthu siastic for the Ole Bode as he calls it He is busily engaged the glad hand The voters either did not care or forgot to vote on the constitutional amendment There only 277 votes for it and 75 against Mr 0 T Wallace candidate for lieutenant governor lead the prohibition ticket receiving about CO votes R Klnnaird extendIng were One of the hardest workers and talk ers for the Old Board Judge M D Hughes He also did good work in se curing votes for the constitutional a mendment Judge is a wheelboss D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law AX Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 S y00000 000000000 6 51 1 to s CD 1 5Q 111 5Q 0 caI r 60MING Coldweather 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 Underwear All kinds of underwear Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens from the cheapest to the best J 1 I I V co FURS ii BlanketsI Comforts I IIWe are showing a large assortment in all grades ReadutoWear Skirts Splendid Values at 150 200 250 S3SO 500 750 and 1000 THE Logan Dry Goods 60 i 1 00 11 A1A BUELL BOOTEES i FALL WINTER Star Mike Buell Wood Weber C E Godman Plummer Florsheim Level Best Walk Over Drew Selby Smith Stering School Howe We have the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses Childrens Shoes that money can buy to suit all H T LOGAN II IIJ II II II If II If U If It ft n If n SHOES SHOES I r J c I I I Excelsior tiRed and Prices III 3II CD IiCD J c0C en 00m rrQ F L O R S H E I MI ot 1 GET IN THE HABIT OF VISITING THE COMPANY Our tremendous stock Goods has caused the buying public to open their eyes and take of the rare oppor tunity o f selecting their Fall and Winter Goods from an Entirely NE WStock We extend a most cor dial invitation to one and all to visit our handsome new store and inspect our line of THE COMPANY J JOSEPH Mercantile Eye Openers of New Fresh Furs Shoes Cloaks Dry tioods Dress6oods Mercantile y advantage t t JOSEPH y tern l CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM tittered at lie Post Office Lancaster Ky at Stall Walter I Lancaster Ky November G 903 That the new pope is a man of ideas and high aims has been shown on numerous occasions since he chosen pontiff He seem to have a desire to shake off old forms and no tions for the of which there is no reason His purpose ap parently is to conduct the great reli gious body that he rules broadly and sagaciously Tile latest manifestation of all this comes in a cablegram from Rome to the effect that the Vatican archives containing the most import ant historical documents in any in the world have just been thrown open by Pius X for the investigation of students For centuries tills great collection has been jealously kept from outside inspection and it was only re cently that Leo XIII allowed a few privileged personsto peruse the The new pope has done even more and every student will have a chance to wade through this sea of historical information A man that will not work in one or another is bound to become and worthless As with the individual so with the nation This in a great measure accounts for the fact that Mexico is a country where progess and civilization fall far short of what the standard would have been under ordinary effort and application But this neea not be surprising when it is taken into consideration that of tidal statistics of recent report show that out of 13500000 people in the country 8000000 do not work Idle ness means ruin if continued long enough The year ending June 30 last saw the greatest immigration tothiscoun try ever known The commissioner general of immigration shows that a total of 021315 aliens came to this country in the12 months or more than four times the that came in either 1897 or 1898 The oppressed and dissatisfied people across the sea look upon America more than ever as the haven of freedom In a lecture before Masons in Louisville the lion Temple Graves of Atlanta Ga a new Commonwealth to be governed entirely by negroes as only feasible solution of the negro problem If the better elemeut of the colored race do not strive harder to improve the lower class disfranchise ment is sure to come as the only of the selling out evil How the scenes of childhood do weave their everlasting spell about us to draw us homeward in old age Frank James after forty years after his long career in the business and his short career the show business isback at the farm putting in the winter wheat and getting back to first principles Lou Dillons last performance that some animal may be able to do a mile in nothing one of these days do the half in a half of nothing the quarter in a quarter of nothing and run round the paddock standing still Dowie says many checks dropped in the collection baskets at his meetings in New York have been bogus is fair play What he has been giving New Yorkers is no more than what he complains of United States officers are giving no end of trouble at their rendezvous in eastern states May there be no end of the trouble until there is an end of anarchy and in this country If as is said some of the American warships are useless in heavy seas a inference is that they may not be useful at all A business is whether they are worth less than they cost America furnishes onethird of cotton used in American cotton mills This is one illustration of what is meant by American supremacy in marts The editor of an exchange is adver tising JLor a spade He caught a bobtail flush Dr F M Walker is sick Mrs Annie Adams is quite sick Mr Will Fish who has been very ill is improving Mr Buraett Honk of Mt Vernon is assisting Mr the bank Miss Ida Rayborn of Lexington is the guest of Misses Hallie and Nannie Sallie Leave and daughter Madelee Maret of Bryantsville are with relatives here ii Mrs Mary Rice mother of Mrs Guy died Friday morning and was buried the day in Richmond News of the death of Farris Smith cast a gloom over the entire commun sty He was attacked with pneumonia Friday and died Thursday morning at 2 oclock Farris Smith would soon been twentyone and of the bright est boys that ever lived The death of this young man tea particularly one in that his father and sister being from homehaving gone to Texas to seeka home on account of his health have the sympathy community a t e e Ln I siI i ill was lIbra- ry treasures hereafter In John suggested remedy absence bandit Indicates Turnabout genu- Ine anarchists rational question foreign must PAINT ZION mpbell Rice following It f i r r- f Scamd Class modern continuance shiftless the ScottishRi t tb I of anarchists th hay t Kemper in Mrs one sad away They the entire y Y tn a BillANTS Vll lV Mrs A ne Dunn who has via Ming her brother W J Hogan is pow in Jossainine the guest of friends returning to her home in Nobles yule Indiana Taylor of Caldwell Col visited Miss Bessie Bolton from till Monday Mr 0 N King and daughter Miss Eflle have moved to Lexington where they will make their future home Ison and Ruble have delivered quite a number to M J Farris of DanvilleMrs Woolfolk and daughter Marguerite of Lexington were the guests of Mrs Eliza Ballard the latter part of last week Lancaster spent Saturday and Sun day with Mrs and Dr Elliott Mote Scott sold to Robinson Co 14 nice hogs at 4ic Master Wm McClure of visited George Patton last week Mrs George Lawson of Oklahoma is with her parents Mr an d Mrs Tom MooreMr Will Dickerson of McCrea ry visited relatives here Sunday Miss Margaret Gallaher of Danville is visiting Miss Mattie Mac Jenkins Mrs Dean of Marcellus is visiting her daughter Mrs Reader of Pine ville Miss Mae Robinson fs in Danville this week the guest of Miss Cyrena DunnMiss Ethel West of Lancaster is expected this weep to be with Miss Mamie Ballard Mrs Margaret Sutton has been quite sick for several days Misses Lizzie and Lula Simpson have returned from a pleasant visit to Stanford relatives Miss Emily the summer with friends here Saturday to her home in Shel byville Little Miss Annie Lee Durham of Bryantsville is spending several days with her grand parents Mr II D Aid ridge and wife Rev W M Stallings returned Friday from Larue county where he has been assisting in a protracted meeting There was nine additions to thechurch- e Mr N H Bogie has purchased part of Will Wests farm at 70 per acre Mrs Eliza Ray and grand daughters of were entertained Sunday by John Royston and family Miss Georgia Dunn spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Paint Lick Mr Will H Dyche of Lexingtonwas the guest Sunday of Miss Sallie Iler Mrs John Woods entertained sever- n al friends at dinner Sunday- d T I Herring sold to B F Robinson a fat cow at 2c per lb W P Ruble returned from Cincin nati Friday night where he took a mixed load of stock A debate will be held at Lindendalc school night Sub jest Which is the greater evil To bacco or Whisky Mesdames Sarah Spoonamore and Lucy Scott recently visited relatives in and nearLexington STONE L L Sanders bought of Luther Ra ney for 2G per acre Mrs Rice and son are guests of Mrs Miss Minnie J Ray spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Mabel CrutchfieldMr Dunn of Winchester has been visiting relatives in this vicini ty this week Mrs Ella Clark has returned to her home in Virginia Ill aftena pleas ant visit with Mrs MattieLand Wm Moberley is the proud father of a little girl- e Miss Jewell Sanders two pleas ant weeks with Mrs John Dean at Pink Jessamine county Mr Charlie Anderson mother and daughter of Keene visitors at G W Andersons last Saturday and Sunday Luther Raney bought of W T West a farm for 3600 Mrs Mary Clouse visited in Lexing ton last week Messrs George Johnson and George Lowrey of High Beidge were visitors at Mr Mat IT olgers last Sunday BEUNA VISTA Miss Pearl is quite sick with fever Miss Jennie Wallace teacher at Brights Bend attended church at Mt Olivet Sunday Olvie Christopher has hiss farm of 105 acres for 4000 W Record has rented the Terrill property fromBP Ison Arthur Christopher has rented the arm of Mrs Sarah Quite an interesting program was rendered at the meeting of the Prohi bltion Alliance Saturday pight T Mrs John Green of East Hickman is the guest of Wm Lane Miss Sadie Taylor Gel lege spent until with MissesFlorence and Boltoni The church at this which recently the service L MIss Badie ofcattle T MAUI S UIty JIumphreysafter spending ring housenextSaturday I afarm C Moberley spent Mayes 400 f Iond Y 0 i t boon before Friday S Danville returned Buckeye were sold Askinsfor her father Caldwell from Christopher Bessie Presbyterian place lost i of Itev QverfitrGcr fstobo hoiusrert with tlio pastorate of Dr VorrePY e president of the Theological Semina ry lIe will fill the pulpit Sunday Hettie Lne is the guest of her sister Mrs Walton in Louisville Misses Buckner and from near High Bridge were the guests this week of Mrs Gatewood Pryor Work on the new turnpike is pro gressing nicely FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS The Ifciuter oiiAlvay First Louisville Ky Oct 29 1903 The traveling public will be pleased t learn of the latest innovation in tht way of comfort in travel for its pat tons which is now being offered bj that most popular railroadThe lIen derson Route which road has beet termed the Kentuckian Official Route to the West and South westIt has been announced from the general olllccs of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway that they have in service on their night trains between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars which have just been received from revelation in the car builders art The cars are strictly uptodatefirst class palaces of travel on wheels and this is only of the many sur prises which are promised thepublic for Worlds Fair travel by the Hen derson Route Among other advantages offered in these highly finished cars a few of the most important points only are tionedThey are solidly vestibuled and are furnished with sixtyfour reclining chairs which are upholstered in green plush in addition to and toilet rooms the smoking rooms being finished throughout in leather They are also fitted up with triple trucks which feature will do away with the jerk jar and strain in cident to travel in the ordinary rail way coach and insures a smooth com fortable ride This should prove more than a popular feature in train to the traveling public and we can only suggest that in traveling you get the Henderson Route habit n36 your horses feet in un skilled hands Good feet are spoiled by bad shoeing For a pleasant physic take Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists Ira The best golden rule There is no cough medicine so popu Jar as Foleys Honey and Tar It con twins no opiates orpoisons and never fails to cure C C J E Stormes 1m The Old ClrciiK Band Any man who will say the follow inn lines do not fit his case ha either lost his reason or isa prevaricator of unuasally large dimensions They were tiiken from an exchange aud the who wrote them knew wnat he talking about In spite of the years that have vanished like snow I hear it today as It played long When I sat on the fence by the road leading down To the sights and the scenes of the busy oKl town With my heart beating fast and eyes open I watched for the show as a groom for his bride Until the hills of that fair summer land Came the toothy toot of the old circus band Its wagon I wot was a sight to behold wonderful blending of crimson and gold And the master of music in scarlet arrayed And the team keeping step to the tunes that t they played Id heara though a boy by the evening fire The story of Orpheus marvelous lyre And I thought while i gazed at the spectacle That Orpheus played in that old circus band The paradise gates seemed open to me When I went to the village the circus to I jostled and pushed but I cared not for And I lost Inthe scramble my best summer hat But I won in the end and secured a good seat And dangled beneath it my little bare feet While I listened entranced my heart at a stand To the ravishing strains of the circus band Since then I have listened in sunshine and shade To music which bands without rivals have made But in spite of them all oer Past misty streams A certain drum major comes back in my dreams And alt fence as I did long And watch for a glimpse of the oldfashioned show v For Id barter my hopes of the paradise land Just to listen once more to band W 8 BEAZLEY Office byerThomp onu store Danville at JiL Johnson rightly one men smoking Dontput lawthe fellow I grand see was old I thatold cIrcus IFails i Hiss ust k now the shops and area beautiful service Chamberlains Nf ago wid over that the on the ago O C FARIS BeazleY tbentista t d l f ESa l HARNESS ilir i I rLI i I IIIrrIIIII II1r t r i I3 J E3 ar ri Imo t 3 L rI I AND C a- heapfof thenext 30daYso a ROMANS ELMOREE DUantroun Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved bv Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is for all Throat and Lung by McRoberts Druggist Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m There is power in a womans tears than there is in a mans argu went A Scientific Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly dis ordered or overloaded Kodol Dys pepsia Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that or gan arc allowed to rest and heal Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests whatyoueat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by F P Frisbie 1m A wonder lasts only nine womans curiosity goes on forever A Womans Complexion It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or greasiness of the skin by the use of cosmetics or local treatment as advocated by the beau ty doctors The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is by purifying and enrich ing the blood which can only be ac complished by keeping the 1 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 billiousuess ner vousness and Indu refreshing sleep A single bottle of August Flower has been know to curethe most and distressing cases of dyspepsia and Indigestion New trial size 25 cents regular size 75 cents At all druggists Feb 04 Trees Trees Fall 1903 Trees by the Million Fruit and Ornamental Grape Vines Evergreens Small Fruits Asparagus Rhubarb and everything forOrchardLawnGarden No agents butibest prices er Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY a that Smooth FinishS- o much desired by all k men for their collars is given this laundry If want evidence send trial bundle We will call for your work M 51 53 Main St Phones po2 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lncaster Kentidcy lJ LEJ guaranteed Discovery n daysbut- a lye pronounced bottle- e to the plant at usa diseases more i Both phones N LAUNDRY The National Bank OF KY 8 D WMYi PretUemi SURPLUS 10006 JOHN B STORMES Prtft Embry Bookkeeper T a Oi Ufin A a Robinson 4 JnoSlS Stormes W Tl Einnalrd fxt 1t 71 j t ihp 90iL sc DENNYCaekfer fti T Q i 1fi f 000000000 1493 C0o LANCASTER Vice F Robinson AestCashry B DI ECORS AleDanny t rhi 6 2td ti o l I MILLINERY GOODS Arriving Daily Handsomest ever brougt to Lancaster OAJjljlJii JLJ SKSx3xS S SxS s s s I Graqite and MarMe I We are pt all times prepared to offer the X 3 buying public the best in the market in the X S I line of Monuments Headstones Markers X Posts Coping etc etc X 8 Our line of designs are latest and we X can also prepare special ideas Presented by X S I our customers We quote the lowest prices X consistent with the finest qualities We X 8- o erect work any where s Karrard Bounty Marble Works I STANFORD STREET O S I rEEI rgj NEW f TILLET I aW t lu r C Oa I a oacooc ocoooc oc Wheat Drills and Crass Seed T B WftLKER SON I o o 4 the time for 3 and I I nttin inWindow Glass t a line of of Glass y r L your I a 00000 000000 OOOOOOOOOOQOQOOOOm04 Now is I Putinv a Ve have full Paint and all sizes tushave businesse- I FRISBIESI I J- l ZI i at ry n Drug I Stor c J rte L r HEATING STOVES r rtatwrr a a Guaranteed Razors See our Safety RAZORS PocketKnives 2 Blades 3 Blades Blades SchoolKnives BoysKnives GirlsKnives Ladies Knives GentlemensKnives WorkKnives JackKnives PenKnives CattleKnives Hunting Knives ButcherKnives CARVING SETS COABlTtEft SCISSORS SHEARS I I I B II Blade I I I I I I I I I I i IASI j I I n r ofIT p a 4 1 A 1 i i 1 K F 4 t 4 ILilM 1 A J ip E A J E S FOR ALL SrOrmS AT 4 r gAg AL J I I Old and New I I SCHOOl I it v AT Books MROBERTS vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvv Gossip About People N N Vj A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Arc In John Baughman and wife of Boyle were visitors here Sunday Marshall Denny of Louisville has been at home for a few days Miss Carrie Sanders is visiting her sister Mrs Hughes Aldridge Miss Burnett of Shelbyville is the guest of her brother Dr Burnett Miss Eliza Anderson ofWaco Tex is with her aunt Mrs II C Jennings Mrs John Meir of Danville is her parents Mr Millard West of Washington DC was here Tuesday for the election Miss Amanda Anderson attended the Teachers Association at Rich mondMiss Robinson of Oxford Ohio was the guest of Miss Mary Gill Stanford avenueMr W Elmore was called to by the death of his sister Mrs Chenault Lewis Gill and Waller Hudson Cen tre College students were at home Sunday Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton of Danville are guests of Miss Lena Rigney f Mr W 0 Rigney and wife have re turned from several days stat in Cin cinnati Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned from a pleasant visit to Richmond and Kicholasville Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thompson Mrs George McRoberts of Coving is visiting her parents Mr Joe Burnside and wife Mr Jim Gaines and of have been visiting his mother Mrs Martha Gaines Miss Mary Gill entertained Friday evening in honor of Miss Camille Hop per of Hustonville Rev William Barton and wife of Chicago have been guests of Mrs George Patterson Mrs J B Paxton and little daughter Jane of Stanford are guests of her mother Mrs A C Robinson Miss Bane West has returned from several months visit to her brother R West pf Washington City Harry Anderson and Joe Burnside f the Spenperian Business College Louisville have been home a few Mrand Mrs FredStone Richmond i JC I I son Lexington I his sister RevR I visiting ton r e4 Supplies vvvvvvV DRUGSTORE Miss Alberta Anderson is visiting in Lexington W K Shugars of Bradfordsville and Owen Snugars were here Tuesday Misses Miller of Mt Vernon are visiting their brother Mr Tom Miller Mr and Swinebroad have moved into their new home on Rich mond avenue Mrs J C Bayne of Bagdad was the pleasant guest of Miss Knapp West the early part of the week Capt W J Kinnaird and wife of Middlesboro are guests of Squire and Mrs Kinnaird K K Kirby has returned from Law renceburg where he has been on duty as U S storekeeper Mrs Juliet Rogers returned this week from a visit to Miss Clara Baur at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Danville Advocate Miss Mae of Garrard is the attractive guest of Miss Cyrena Dunn on Broad way Rev R R West and little daughter Mary Isabel of Washington D C were guests this week with his parents Mr John K West and wife Henley V Bastin was in Cincinnati last week in interest of the Queen City Telephone Company These people are seeking a franchise in that city Major W H Collier of Louisville was up Tuesday to visit his sisters and cast his ballot Will is a mighty clever young fellow and has ahost of friends hereMrs J B Kinnaird entertained Friday afternoon in honor of the B B club and other friends White and yellow chrysanthemums palms and Southern smilax formed the artistic decorations A very delicious collation was served and compliments it were quite in order Much fun was had sewing a quilt square and the voting where to send it after its com pletion theW C T U being the for tunate winner Mrs Kinnaird is a popular an admirable hostess and the afternoon was one of great pleasure Assisting in the rooms were Robinson Misses Kate Kinnaird and Mary Gill The guests were Mesdames J S Robinson J W Elmore Robert Kinnaird Fred Frisbie Louis Lan dram Sam Haselden Mattie Duncan C M Chumbley W R Cook J F Lear J C Hemphill R G Ward J F Robinson Lewis Walker K F Postle D G Geiger H M Ballou B F Hudson SO Denny Hallie W S Beazley R E McRoberts Misses Altie Marksbury Kate Lillian and Grace Kirinaird Mary Gill Sallie and Mattie Elkin Nellie Peyton of Lex ington Nannie Oakley of Tennessee Carrie Currey Louise Kauffman An nie Herndon Robinson ot Ox ford and Henderson Mrs G S RobertEmbry McKee Ohio slice days Rob- Inson concerning Mrs J ORDER YOUR GROCERIESfrom us and you have ourpositive guarantee that they are PURE and FRESH Fresh Ml Daily Best ii Town I I I I I Cigarsj BM BALLOU SON J Mr Tom Miller left Wednesday for Calf or n la prospecting Richmond Pantagraplu Mr H B Northcott of Lancaster was in this city Saturday M Sim and Charlie Anderson and W B Burton of Lancaster were here CourtdayMr Joe the popular Lancaster insurance man is in this city Mr J N Denny was over from Garrard county yesterday the guest of his son Mr Alec Denny Midtflesboro The Middles borough Hotel will change tomorrow Mr Shirley Elkin under whose charge the hotel has been for the oast two months has accepted a position in the south Mr Elkin by his courteous and congenial manner has made a large number of friends during his stay in this city who wish him success wherever Mr Elkin will pay a visit to his parents at Lancaster before leaving for the south Mr James Eucker has resigned his position as the Union to accept a similar position with the Inter State Ry at Stonega and will leave for that place in few days Mr Rucker will be sadly missed by the younger set of which he is quite a favorite His not been named FLATWOODS Wm Dollings Jr who has been in the Asylum at Lexington for several months died on last Tuesday and was brought home for burial H Furr sold to W L Lawson 11 fat hogs for 5 25 per hundred James H Miller sold to W L Law son live fat hogs for 5c per lb George Miller sold to Ed calf for 8750 Ed Portwood sold to Price Bros a mule colt for 35 Eb Cook sold a hound to W S Walk er for 10 Henry Parker has moved to Squire Pointers tenant house Henry Parker and family visited at James Holmans Sunday A Policeman Tenth J N Patterson night policeman of Nashua Ia writes Last winter I had a bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a half dozen advertised medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any A friend reccommended Foleys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me I consider it the greatest medicine in the world C C J E Stormes 1m We have bought the Lancaster Flour Mills and are now prepared to furnish high grade flour meal and feed We pay the highest market price for wheat Your patronage is solicited Sanders Walker 116tf If from what he thinks he knows a man would subtract what others think he knows the remainder might equal the sum of his knowledge Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J E Stormes1m Tie your horse so that he can lie down comfortably at night It is a practice with some grooms to tie a horse so he cant lie down to save in cleaning him the next 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 this munity who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few dos es of Chamberlains Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold and there is no danger whatever from pneumonia when you use that medicine It al ways cures I know it for it has helped me out many a time Sold by all druggists 1m PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to move to Ow ensboro Ky I will on SATURDAY NOV 281903 sell or rent my nice residence consist ing of a dwelling with nice rooms two Halls Veranda up and down stairs two kitchens and cellar smoke house and all other necessary outbuildings Also two tobacco barns the place and 31 acres of land desiring a beautiful home will do well to call oni the undersigned and see the property BERTRAM SPRAT Lowell Ky nov 6td e s a s Has lden management go operatorwith Western successochas W Portwood- a tat a respectfully ta III work morning a Do GoodIt Pay deedssome come la on Anyone niII Record bemay cough benefit 4 In t S r A I YHtf i 4 LAPROBE Businessil II II I I I tit tit ThesePeople Mean e441teeeee44e4 I For Sale Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barleyH B Marksbury Son for Sale Good family mare six years old 918tf Dr W S Beazley Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn oats For Rent Large sample room in the W C T U with elevator tab els and telephone I have secured a firstclass horse shoer and solicit your patronageJ For Sale I 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 Ityou want a bargain call at once925tf Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Telephone Co whereby we will pay on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard county We are agents for Honaker the Lexington florist and can fill orders 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 Any one desiring to obtain a rare bargain and good will do well to call at once 9 25tf Stone Wall I have some I C pigs for sale These are thoroughbreds with fine pedigrees 109tf 0 W Potts 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 I now Romans 1033 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 El more 1023 Dr Sid Isbell 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 All to Indian or Okla homa Territories Arkansas Texas Colorado California or other Western points can get information saving them money by calling on J EStormes 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 810 in gold Amanda Ander son Manager o31td investment fine 0 rugsRomans DollyBrown Lancaster i LEWIS Y LKAVELL PresidentI Seed Rye cud Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Notice to Taxpayer State and county taxes are now due and I am to receive same Call and settle now as there is nothing to matter87tfProperty For Sale Having bought other property I now offer for sale my 5 room cottage and one acre of ground situated on Hill Street Lancaster Ky Every thing new and in splendid repair For information see R T Embry at Na tonal Bank Try some of our mixed Poultry food 1030tf Potts Bros Important Notice Town taxes for 1903 are due I am always at Police Court room to re Rothwell Collector a14tf Rice Pop Corn shelled and ready tc pop Potts Bros 1030tf Seed Rye and Barley Seed Rye and Barley for sale a14tf Banks Hudson Amonia Bone and Potash Fertilizer 1030tf Potts Bros seed and strictly nice re wheat for sale Banks Hudson 109tf Coal Coal Coal Austin Beazley at Bartons old stand carry an stock of coal on at allrtfmes They handle hro best and their prices are 104 and see will do ju10tf Millett and Sorghum Seed Potts Bros Seed Wheat Several varieties nice seed whea for sale Banks At Coa- tI will sell you a Buggy Surrey or Phaeton at cost Secure one while they last J B Conn Linseed Meal and Cottonseed Meal 1030tf Potts Bros Several varieties of screened seed wheat for sale Potts Bros 102tf Property now occupied by Dee Gul on Crab Orchard street Mrs J L Hamilton 1016tf Anything you want In the Feed and line Potts Bros 1030tf I have for sale nine nice shoats cheap Theyre as nice as silk 3t T Currey Plumbing Work As the water works are a you will need plumbing work I give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance which is to your Interest J B Conn Fine pedigreed 0 13 C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bros Paint Lick Boiler 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 work We give customers just the same quality of flour that we sell to our trade Wei guarantee as good flour as can 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 custom and merchant is solicited and appreciated 10233t Rucker We havett lar e stock winter buggy rugs cheap Romans Elmore 1023 1 I I bydelay cleanedseed im nse ha d correg No ey for 10 30tf Hudson- a 28U I For Bent For Sale can now nothing XxzgffKT S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcooo SURPLUS Jioott B F HUDSON Cashier W O Asst Cashr C D WALKKB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B JJ Walker TMArnold P Hudson R artsY i t 7 T1lc II1Io 1 EN9Er Yy GUNS AND Ammunition Shot Guns Single Barrel Double Barrel Hammerless New Rival Repeater New Victor New Club Referee etc Semi Smokeless 3V Smokeless Black I I rifles I I I I I I I II I AMMUNITION I I I I I I or I c IeI I I I I V I L 1 y League i K F Postle a a r 2 a Mouuii to be helpful that hey complaint sufFcrinjj that she cannot work What must sucjj a mean to the woman who must work if she would live There is no woman so independent of spirit as a working woman yet there are selfdepend ent women struggling on day by day knowing that they must soon break down and become on oihers For weak over worked women there is new life and new strength in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures backache headache nervousness sleeplessness and other conse quences of womanly diseases by curing the diseases which cause these ills It establishes regu larity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness I suffered from female weakness for three years so that I could not work writes Clara Peterson of Manhattan Ill Box 253 Was all rundown only weighing pounds to one hundred pounds I used your Favorite and one of Lotion Tabjets and can now do all kinds of work thanks to Dr Pierces medicines Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser paper covers is on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R Y Pierce Buffalo N Y 1 t1 l IfwJiM4j ithe 4chLf nd dependent rundown n sentfree 4 4 4 r ift1r2t c1esIsc of agn zst condition- S many I Kotatlng It will be well for the farmer to have his mind oftendwell on the tie rotation of crops The thinking precedes and produces the practice Suggestions to this feature of all the good farming of today are in order It ought to be kept in mind as in practice for crops I w in their system of rooting to fol low those which root deeply This is the occasion demands to be revers ed of course Then crops that consume and crops that produce humus ought to come one after the other or occasionally they may be grown together with ad vantage A ruling idea in rotation of crops is to plant so that the fertilizing mate rial left by the crop preceding is In the very best condition for the one And the weak crop if it is a desira ble one is entitled to be in the rota tion when the fertilizing elements in the soil are in the most available of putting the case is in the remark that crops of dissimilar feed ing habit follow each other A Hard Winter If there is anything in signs and itmust be thathumanity takes more or less stock jn all of them this country is in for one of the most pro tracted and one of the most severe winters for It snowed in Ohio last Friday week a thing which has not Ifnown there this early in almost twenty years Buffa lo N Y and other eastern points got a taste of that which some pennya liner poet oncecalled the beautiful In Garrard county the goosebone wea ther profit predicts most corn shuck assures us that the coming winter in point of severity is gOing to make all others look like thirty cents in Mexican money There will be untold suffering in the cities with coal so high that it seems a shame to burn it THE OLD RELIABLE DOCTOR DODGERS lEMEDT FOR INTERNAL 0 EXTERNAL USE RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA LUM B AGO TOOTH ACHE CHOLERA MORBUS CRAMPS DIARRHOEA AND ALL BODILY PAINC PRICE 50 CENTS RODGERS MEDICINE CoC- OVINGTON KENTUCKY If your Druggist not got Dr Rodgers Rheumatic Remedy In stock we will send you two charges prepaid for 100 Remeinber this Remedy is guaranteed to cure Mention this paper when writing the Vrop subjectof correct that areslial a s cceeding I 3 have bottlesbyexpress I formA plenty A SUFFERED FOR THREE YEARS SO THAT COULD NOT WORK f ttl1tIdtL JJ r i 1 t Land Stock Crops For have 48 head of No 1 light feeding cattle for sale John W Miller Lancaster Ky 10 C4t 40 to 50 bushels of Blue Grass Seed home stripped W B Denny tf Point Leave Ky For Sale Six thorough bred Poland China boars weight 125 to 200 pounds 2t Jno S Baughman Danville There will be considerable shortness of feed this winter in many localities Concentrates are high in price and will be higher before long All this should be an especially strQng 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 feed ing good feed to cows that will eat their heads off before New Year Scales and tester will help you find themWm Scott Munday sold his 300 acre farm near North Middletown to A B Thompson of Flat Rock for 92 per News The Mt Sterling Advocate reports about 2500 cattle on the market Quality fair trade brisk Best 1000 pound steers 375a385 lightersteers 3a3Jc yearlings 31a35c heifers 2a3c cows 2a2Jc W J Tucker of Larue county has growing on his farm tobacco that is six feet across the leavee from tip to tip and the leaves are 24 inches across The name of the tobacco is the Big Tomato The seed plants are seven feet He does not tell this for a joke but if any one doubts it lie is invited to come with his tape line and meas ure the tobacco The American Royal Stock Show at Kansas City opened this week with 5000 cattle 500 sheep and goats 300 and 500 draft and coach horses 1000 pedigree Shorthorns Angus and Gallowaysand fat stock in various classes of each with car load lots of feeders from the ranges Kentucky is well represented at the exhibition by several prominent breed ers of the State Billy Buch 207i is said to be the first great trotter to from Mis sissippi Rd Green cleared close to 20000 on Billy JTuch this season as he only cost 2500 last winter and he sold him to millionaire Smathers for 12500 more than that sum and his winnings for the great driver before the latter let Smathers have him makes up the former a snug amount It is astonishing how Wall street clings to the deluslbn that ilE makes or mars the country On the it is the greatness of this country that makes Wall street possible It is merely a wart on the mountain If you want to see the real source of pow er cst your eye over the millions of of corn waving their tassefe in the breeze the 15000000 bales of cot ton now going to the maaket the low ing herds and squealing pigs filling miles and miles of stock trains the thousands of car loads of poultry eager buyers the wheat in count less tons bursting the sides of the fruit in variety that graces every market and the other articles which the products of the farms and mines and factories of this incompar ably rich domain SaleI inducement acreBourbon Her fords come contrary acres seeking ndless hogs breeds warehouses Innumerable makeup TfyffTnrgyyTrttTnnryg gy nt rinnrraygTrgygyggYSTnroo1a a a e a a 1 POTTS BROS FLOURI FEED STORE I andEXC4ANE anufacturersof and dealers iti High Grade Flour and Meal Gra ham Flour Ship Stuff Screenings Wheat Rye Corn Oats Crushed Corn Seed Grains Mixed Poultry Food Bone and Amonia Potash Fertilizers SorghumSeed Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot ton Seen Lin Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A PEQIALTtfV Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stprmes block panyIlleaVe PHONK 100 N III t Meal gj ti UItU I to lo 1r I 1 Moiuuiy find prrotK tfllV r I K bpUei IMI pj Cisurr Viic tionepr Lou Peak J30 Cattlo on tIm riiiirkel no feeders Yearlings to l 50 per cwl hutch IT Slut yearling mules SiOO per head mule colts 40 to 75 a few ex tra good ones bringing the latter price Georgetown Times Danville J Farris has been actively engaged in stock buying and selljng this week lie bought Tom Gentry 100 cattle shoats at 41c and Alexander 42 shouts at 460 He bought from Geo Simpson of Shelby City Ul 1050 Ib feeders cents and sold ICO export battle to SI lon Well of Lexington for delivery the first half of November at 4 cents On Monday county court day at he bought 30 head of good young cattle at 2ic to 31c A Good Name From personal experience I testify that DeWitts Little Eariy Risers are unequalled as a They are rightly named because they give strength and energy anddo their work with T Easton Boerne Tex Thousands of people are using these tiny pills in preference to all others because they are so pleasant and ef fectual They cure billiousness tor pid liver jaundice sick headache con stipation etc purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by F P Frisbie 1m PIIEACHEKSTILLE The meeting at the Baptist church closed Sunday with 22 additions A very large crowd witnessed Sunday evening John W Cummins is improving and will soon be ready for business Mrs Thos Morgan has Decided to send her to Home at Louisville S Morgan was receiving cattle here the first of the week J L Hutchins is buying hogs to ship to Cincinnati Saturday Elmore Sowder bought 4 calves from Geo Anderson for a cow and 900B D Holtzclaw shipped a load of hogs from Crab Orchard last week paying from 4 to oc for same Mrs Victoria Anderson sold 40 bar rels of corn to Garrard parties for225 per barrel in the field J F Payne who is as fine a smith as can any where has placed in his shop a machine for shoeing wild horses without harm to himself or horse Mr W B Jarvis and wife of Ceder Creek were visiting friends here Sun dayJ F Cummins and Dr Brown of Stanford was here Sunday to attend the meeting Rev W T B White and daughter Miss Allie has been attending the meeting friends JUr ahdMrs A J Thompson were vis fting friends in Rockcastle last week J L Anderson will move to his farm here in a few days Mrs Eliza Holtzclaw and leave in a few days for Illinois where they will make their future home Wm Rothwell is painting for J L Hutchins his house is adding much to its appearance Who Is Respond ble The saloon exists Who is I am if I keep a saloon The saloon cannot run without some one to run it I am if I patronize it For the sa loon would not run a week without customers I am if I petition for it If the peo pie do not ask for it those in authori ty do not grant the license 1 vote for itr Tile saloon keeper is but carrying out my will as expressed by my vote lam if I apologizefor The would soon jun its course if res pectable people did not make excuses for it 1 am if I do notexpose it The man who knows f a contemplated robbery and does not use his best efforts to it is an accessory before the act The who knows of the evils of the saloon and does not oppose it is a party to the evil done The meas ure of our responsibility for the saloon istheextedt of our ability to prevent its existencei Exchange Strayed Yellow cow dehorned two extra teats Left my home on Stan ford pike Oct 26 Reward for infor mation nCtf Trouble of Own The Kankakee man who was invited to go to Chicago and take in the zoo recently said No thank you Ill stay at home My oldest daughter does the kangaroo walk my second daughter talks like a parrot my son laughs like a hyena my wife watches mejike a hawk my cook is as cross as a bear and my motherinlBW says Im an old gorilla When I go anywhere want change Dr William wilder Taylor of 46 N B thSt New York responsible for the statement that The Reynolds PharmaceuticalCdmpany manufacture a tablet that will cure any disease such as gout rheumatism etc de pendent upon uric and acid and druggists will he furnished with free samples by mall or express pre paid by addressing Reynolds Liberty Bldg New York iTY n6 5 JhMQ 1 FoodH c1in town I li report huiuiht 325 3 AdvocateM from rom at3 1IeI easeW They donot the child red soon befound an visiting family wIll amitI prevent man Jrsey FrankTurner III ny I id from Lancaster baptiz- Ing responsible business Doctors Pharmaceutical Co a r p In 41 iuwphal fur tho Insmo was i lie never laughed lie never even smiled But all lily long he sat or walked about with an unbroken ex nression of gloom The physician in charge of the case thought at last to the influence of laughter upon his uatfent To bring this about he had a hip hearty jovial man come each day and by the patients door and laugh a long deep sideshaking laugh so joyous and in fectious that every one around soon found themselycs convulsed with laughter Every one but his patient lie looked blankly at the laughing man not even smiling but with the same settled gloom upon his face the immovable countenance Day after day this went laughing man and the solemngloomy melancholic patient Finally one day as he paced back and forth through his room he at the man outside and suddenly burst out laugh ing Then looking around him said Where am 1 What is this place The melancholia had melted away the gloom had vanished and the man was in his right mind again had done it Laugh away your gloom and your fears and Laugh when everythinggoes wrong Just stop in the midst of your perplexities and ir jitations and stop and sit down and have a good hearty laugh A laugh that will clear up your mind invigorate your body and you will be surprised to find that your worries and your cares are not so over whelming after all You will be ready to meet them with a buoyancy of spir it that will master them easily Practice laughing Dont let your mouth get so immobile that it is a se rious task even to smile in practice A good laugh will do you more good than medicine and save you many a doctor bill Medical Talk Commissioners Land GAUUAUD CIRCUIT COURT Savanah Dunn Plff vs Charley Dunn c Dfts By virtue of a Judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its Au gust Term 1903 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY NOVEMBER 23 1003 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following property in Garrard county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek near Bur detts Knob and bounded as follows towitBeginning at a stone corner to Ma Floyd running with a road due North 35 poles to stone near and elm post thence S 09 W 14 poles to a stone thence South 4i poles to a stone corner to said Floyd thence East 17 poles to beginning four acres1 rood and poles TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a uponwhich execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court POSTEDThe jng to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent r r 1aJtbj jpnf fin stani laugha healthfuland same onthe stoppedlooked Ie Laughing annoyancesjust jeep Sale or descrIb- ed agate th containing 33 payabletojudg- ment of the Ihs fls pg suroi lug iilelttiGiia try your worries non j law S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lncien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N BAnderson Clay Sutton T L Broaddus J W Sutton Kelly MrsJ H West Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas E Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Henry Kuhlmann E Dunn sister B L Price mos George W S Ferguson J M Grand W L Lawson W M Mahan E A Beazley Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley W E Cook F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill Hcmphill Leslie Harbor W A Wneeler Leavell Walden J A BEAZLEY CO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and- sGavity Embalming We have the most complete line of 5 V Iwwni 1 t T found t Ii I FCRNITUREaid pAIPS bo lithe Prices low p r 1 4U Cud rciiie After iu Vecra I Mr GIIitney ufOncvn 0 UJP piles fur 10 yours Doctors and dolim could do him no lasting good DeWUu Witch hazel cured him perms ncntly Invaluable fur cuts buriiH bruises Sprains lacerations eczema tetter salt rheum and all other diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the packages all others aVe cheap worthless counterfeits Sold Frisbie lih Kail a Ten Penny Null Through IHtf JEaud While opening a box J C Three Mile Bay N Y ran aten penny nail through the lleshy 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 pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all druggists 1m The best mind Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with trouble I tried all sorts of none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bit ters and determined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since of mine have been cured of Rheu matism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only 50c at McRoberts drug gist 1m Unless a man is satisfied with him self he is not in the selfmade class A Cure One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs pneumonia is that of Mrs E Fenncr Marion Inch who was entirely cured by of One Min ute Cough Cure She says ing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 02 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Congh Cure Four bottles of this won derful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strenthened my lungs and re stored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Those evening tJes are the best that keep a married man at home after dark Doesnt Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary inthe case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cub oil maladies no matter and irrespective of old age Dysnepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfett Pill 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m Flattery consists of having your opinion of yourself expressed in the language of others A Runaway BIcycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of S B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at McRoberts Dug Store 1m Plaster scattered on the stable floor keeps down bad odoi and purifies the air lie Learned a Great Truth It is said of John Wesley that he once said to Mistress Wesley Why do you tell that chili the same thing and over again John Wesley because once telling is notrenough It is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Cough Remedy curescolds and grip that lcounteracts any tendency of these diseases to result in pneumo nia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists 1m Keep your horse feeling good by proper food and care and he will more than you for the little extra time you give him V Anxloiyi Moments Some of the mostanxious hours mothers life are those when the little ones of the household have the croup There is no other medicine so effective in tills terrible malady as and Tar It is a household favorite for throat and lung troubles and contains no opiates or other poisonsjitf can be safely given J Etormes 1m Many a mans hypocrisy is due to I the he has a scolding I i A German Syrup to impress readers that Boscbees German Syrup tively the only preparation on the market today that docs relieve and cure consumption It contains the speciflcssuch as pure tar extracts of gum etc which have been so highly endorsed cure of coughs colds and consumption by the great medical congresses The consumptive Whether his disease isin 4be throat or Iqugs must haverest at night and be free from the spasm of dry and racking cough In the morning Thejdiseased parts want rest bealing and soothing treatment and the patient needs fresh air good food etc German Syrup will give fremand easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief Small bottles 25 regular size containing nearly times as muchl 75 cents Lt all druggists 04 J Y fttFi Salve skit by applied surprise all u philosophera contente4 medicines Remarkable caus- Ing Gertrude theuse The cough I nelJpcct Old howsevere unyielding over i repay ota Honey asft CO fact wife Wewant onour is pos for the tour t 7 ft 2It hid FP Mount of kidney Neighbors 4S secret 4SW Chamberlains 4S Foleys 4 4 p cents V 4 jj Tii ony k iow1 e 112 ly reisvslie and makes the blood jut introduced in Lancaster Ky by R E McRoberts It is a blood niiiiciiia it cures al diseases and sing from impure blood A positive cure for Rheunnttsm Scrofuls Catarrh and Eczima builds up the system makes the cheeks rndy step elastic body strQng and MAKES THE BLOOD YOUNG HEAD THE EVIDENCE Mrs Susan 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