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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 1903 TILE CENTRAL I OUBfEixr rJAB 1UZBZH y l icTIw 1 t RECORD t 00 0 1i i AIr H inI 11 tt Oil I o I Y 1 74 t Coal and grates at bot c IdeI lii t Stoves Heaters Fire Sets1 i Vases j1antles roc tom prices JIRI JABEAZLEYGO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the Prices low O L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought A 4 for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward C For Congress We are authorized to announce non D L MOORE of Mercer Comity as a candidate for In the Eight District to succeed Hon i G Gilbert subject to the action of the party Your support is earnestly solid tf For Supt Public Schools Mrs ifSggie n Gulley is a Snpt of Public Schools In Garrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf o f town 2 i ongress Democratic ted for 4 complete iOU00000000000000000Cw t 1 candleate 4 Trains Leave l K t Lancaster t71o10xo21- r 1040AM N62220P2 No1l g26Px Time is effectNov Richmond Winchester Lexlng ton Frankfort Louisville ua Paris Carlisle Maysville Cov lugtou Cincinnati etc ia For For Stanford Junction Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin Middlesboro etc Lebanon For Richmond and intermediate Bta lions For and way stationsI Stanford Trains run daily except Sunday Above is HAVING Nos 10 and 11 stop at all sta OM when flagged I e 4Ir kq 5 G t r r i 0f Local Interest H With eggs 22 cents a dozen it seems to us that we ought to give old hen more rope The meeting at the Christian church closed with 16 additions much good was done in the vicinity by the strong of Elder Smith The Ladies of Paint Lick Presbyte rian cnurch will have a show at Manse Tuesday Nov 17th All are cordially in vited to attend Elder F M Tinder will preach at the Christian church next Sunday on the following subjects 1045 The Lords Supper 7 p m Is the Sa loon a Thanksgiving Services The regular Thanksgiving services will be held at thePresby terian church at 1030 a m Dr E II Pearce will preach the sermon The contest at the court house this Friday night bids fair to be the best ever held Reserved seats at Stormes drug store 25cts General admission 20c children lOc It llox Supper at Manse The ladies of Fairview church will Five a box supper at Manse Thursday night the 19th A large crowd will be present the boxes will be sold and a good time is expected at tend and help a good cause To Marry the 18 III Capt and Mrs Jno G Doty have invitations to the marriage of their daughter Miss Bessie Gordon to Mr Jacob Harlan White The date is 18th of this month Fromliieut Mason Dead Professor John Augustus Williams died Sunday morning at his home in Ilarrodsburg lie was one of the most prominent Masons in Kentucky at holding the position of Grand Lecturer He was a member of Ryan Commandary No 17 Oysters Will Be An exchane says The lovers of should eat their share at once for they are liable to find the lucious bi valves scarce and at a high price in a short time dealers are in fear that there will be a great decrease in the quantity of oysters sent here this season and are predicting that the supply will not be large enough to meet the demand of the people Muter Changes panda Judge Wm Shugars will assume charge of the Mason Hotelthis week Mr Simpson desiring to move to his property on Richmond street before cold weather The Misses Shugars will give their entire attention to the management of the house while the Judge and a clerk will look after the otlice They have bought new for the entire house and will run a strictly hotel Messrs Howard Jolly of the Rock Island and F C Regan of the Wabash railways were here Friday in the of their splendid roads Mr Jolly is here frequently and has made arrangements with Mr J E Stormes whereby anyone going West can get all information promptly and learn in a few minutes exact cost of tickets to any point in the West and over the best lines A Brilliant Danville Nashville Banner of Nov 5ih contains a lengthy account of the marriage of Miss Odie lein McCarthy and Mr Stanley Dodd Pearce formerly of this city This marriage was one of the leadingevents of the season and the descriptions of the handsome gowns and decorations required more than a column to de scribe it Dr E II Pearce assisted by Dr E B Chappell performed the cere mony Mr E L Pearce of this city acted as best man A mong the out town guests are mentioned Dr and Mrs E II Pearce and Miss Lillian Pearce of Danville Death of Brown Judge Ephraim Brown one of our most prominent citizens age 85 years died on Friday morning illness of several months The remains were followed by many friend and relations to Lancaster Cemetery on Saturday afternoon when took placeafter a beautiful song service and appropriate reading by the ministers of the pity He was a member of the Methodist chnrch and in that as in all the relations of life he was a positive character swerving from conclusions which be had reached He served as for several years and he discharged his duties fearlessly and faithfully in that as in other places of public trust which were thrust upon him He left a widow and a number of children who have grown to mature years and who are doing their part in the great battle o f life The de ceased had many noble traits and he always advocated the cause of morality and the welfare of the community The country would be better if we had more of ttiat kind Tjrue loyal honest and very industrious he a model citizen We have received fall and win terline of Queen Quality shoes it The Logan Dry Goods Co f e I I I r preachIng Chrysanthemum a m Letall Scarceroys- ters Wedding AdvocateThe after a Interment never of men waS 1 the afternoon Necessity Contest Issued onetime Local furniture lirst class interests o Judge lingering character our go or Dont forget the Contest at tonight Friday Bids on carrying mails in Garrard county close about the 25th See the post master and get information Dont forget the sale at Mason Ho tel Saturday at 130 p m All kind of household furnishings carpets tables beds etc will be sold at a bargain ie Sell Iitvery Danville Advocate Mr G SGaines has sold his partnership in the livery firm of Gataes Reid to Mr J T Reid the junior member Mr Gaines has not yet decided what business he will into but has had several fine offers from well known harvesting machine firms to travel in Kentucky He will however continue to live in Danville Mr Reid will run the business at the old stand Ever Think of llils The local newspapers may not agree with you in politics in fact the editor may be a chump Yet he must pretty good sized audience to talk to he could not pay the printer A word with him which you can get for ten cents a line may be worth more than a page from a better man He may reach the crowd you dont trade with Your personal freinds will likely come Owing to the Drouth One result of the drouth in Central Kentucky will be to reduce the of lambs annually raised for says the Lexington Herald It has been a custom hereabout for to buy Tennessee and Indiana sheep In the fall to produce 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 t kept might bring higher prices later in the year Cattle and hogs have been sold freely the latter because of the in the corn crop A Twentieth Anniversary Yates Centre Kan Advocates Years ago in old Old Kentucky a wedding took place a part of the an of which read thus Oct 25th at the residence of the brides father Mr Tyra West his beautiful and accomplished daughter Lara to Mr J I Whittaker one of Garrards most worthy and sons etc Mr and Mrs Wliitta ker attended church last Sunday as usual and had just returned home when 12 carriages full people drove up and completely surprised them Mrs Whittaker was considerably flustrated and wanted to fry some more ham but while she was receiving her guests the well filled baskets were carried the dining room and dinner hastily prepared When dinner was Rev Slick invited the bride and groom of twenty years ago their and father and mother of the to the dining room and them places at the table and after the guests had gathered around door Mr Slick requested the bride and groom join hands while he in a few impressive words spoke of their years of married life their family and offer ed the congratulations of the sixty friends and relatives present They received a number of beautiful Col Moore Shies Ills Castor In this issue of The Record will be found the announcement of Col Dan L Moore of Mercer county CoLMoore has entered the race for democratic nominanion for Congress from this district He is well kuown in Gar rard and has many friends here The Harrodsburg Democrat says It has been for some time that Col Maore would make the race and his many friends are already in line for him but out of regard for the best in terests of the State and District tickets he has withheld his official announcement During the campaign for the great Democratic victory of last Tuesday Col Moore has worked faithfully and intelligently for the party and the result is this and in judicial district is due more to him than to any other one man But this is nothing new for him In every fight for democracy during the last thirty years Col Moore has given his means time and talents most liberally for party success He is a splendid gentleman of wealth and rare personal gifts is an experienced and resourceful politician is one of the most popular men in Central Kentucky His ambition to represent this district in Congress is a laudable one and is not too much to say that his is already assured And his nomination means his elec ton for Col Moore has never yet trailed the banner of Democracy in defeat He is in the contest to win and win he will Too Bad Sure The Cajvert City Times says a girl at Banton played post office at a party one night andyelled and and howled and ran behind the door and scratched a young mans face in seven places tipped over the lamp kicked a crack in the piano and when at last the fellow kissed the tip of her plpk fainted dead away and bashful gentle modest sobbing thing home and put her to bed andthe next day she eloped with a lightning rod peddler who had a hare lip and nine children Mr have- a market farmers shortage Married enterpris- Ing Into announced children the presents known Dem- ocratIc county this and shrieked earshe anotherman J Court- House anyway number assigned nomination y a is a The Central Record from now til Jan 1 1905 for 1 Hunters have taken the day thus forcing the fish liar to the rear Dr J M Acton has been appointed a member of the county Board of Health wise selection We have made arrangements to get market reports again and hope toprint same in each issue The ditching machine is working in Middlesboro this week The pipes will soon be completed Turkeys are said to be very scarce Well what difference does that make with we poor fellows who couldnt buy one If every roost was filled with them Rev George Gowen formerly of this city has putchased a stereoptican with which to illustrate his Sunday discourses at the Broadway Christian church Louisville Paint Lick Farm Sold Mr Jas A Todd of Paint Lick sold the farm recently purchased of W P Anderson to Adrian Metcalfe for 9 500 making a clear profit of 500 be side retaing the wheat crop The farm one of the best in that locality In For IIort Stanford Journal Knowing ones say that Hon J Mort Rothwell will be master commissioner of Garrard under Judge W C Bell The office given to a better democrat and if it has to leave Mr Jno W Millers hands we would like to see Mr Rothwell get it To Subscribers This office is sadly in need of money at present and if you are in arrears we will surely appreciate a remittance Creditors are pushing and if we can get onehalf the amount justly due the office we can satisfy them Please look at your label Chance to Make Money If you want a good contract see Postmaster West about the mall to be let in a few days It costs nothing to bid and some of the routes are paying big money If you want paying job see him Rural Routes A post office official will be in next Tuesday to confer with any parties who wish to discuss the establishmentof rural routes free livery in Garrard county If you wish a line established your way whereby your mail will be your doorget several of your and come to the Lancaster post ofliceat that time and you will receive all necessary information nothing and you had better come while the official is here as he can give you all desired information Gov Bradley Remains III The Record representative called to see Gov Bradley at his home in Louis yule Saturday morning and was to find him much improved The governor was stricken by fever some weeks ago and getting out of the house too soon suffered a relapse This proved quite serious for a time but his physician has about pulled him over the dangerous period He is suffering from kidney disease which causes more trouble than the fever and is still confined to his bed His many friends here sincerely trust he will soon be fully restored to health and strength Newspaper Men meet The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association at the Galt House in Louisville Friday to hold the midwinter Louisville on December 11 It was also decided to have the next annual outing next year in St Louis during the Worlds Fair when the the Kentucky building takes place The exact date for this has not been settled upon but it is thought that it will be on June 2 the anniversary of the day when ground was broken for the erection of the building The decision will be left to Mr A Y Ford president of the Kentucky Exhibit Association and to Mr Paul M Moore president of the Kentucky Tress The next place of meeting of the association has been left open to be decided upon later but it will prob ably be held in Louisville The com mlttee appointed to arrange the pro gramme for the midwinter meeting is composed of Harry A Sommers chair man T C Underwood and R W of the interesting reports which will be presented will be that of the special committee composed of Paul M Moore Louis Landram R E Morn ingstar and T C Underwood who will go to St Louis first week in December and will complete for the hotel accommodations and courtesies which will be extend ed to the members of the association when they visit the fair vote to invite Mr Henry Wat present and deliver ture at the December meeting Mr A Y Ford president of the Kentucky Exhibit Association will be heard from in regard to to be done to assure a representation at St Louis worthy or Kentucky and its Still another report which will be of interest be that of the Committee on Law of which Mr L B Brown is chairman couldnt- be contracts Lancaster del delivered- at neighbors It costs you delighted de- cIded meeting- In dedIcatIon- of Asso- ciatIon BrownOne the Bya unanimous to be whatremains Will t arrangements tersoir alee resources 4- K r Candy Pulling The candy pulling at the W C T U rooms has been postponed until afternoon at 3 oclock invited Card of Thanks We take this method of friends and the public their favors while we had the Mason We appreciate their kindness very much and hope some day to repay the many favors shown us Mr and Mrs U D Simpson Have started my mill and will have on hand a big stock of pine poplar and oak lumber Can furnish promptly Prices right F M Carter 11 13tf Cartersville Ky To buy a good farm containing 75 to 125 acres within one to four miles of Lancasterorsome other good town Anyone having such property for sale will report at this office n13tf Announcement- In this issue of The Record I my candidacy for of Public Schools in Garrard Co This may seem premature but having been informed by our worthy that she will not be a candidate reelection and it being necessary for me to teach the greater part of my time I announce at this early date in order to reach all the people Mrs Maggie B Gulley It On Wednesday Oct 28 the many friends received quite a surprise on hearing of the marriage of Miss Minnie Arnold to Mr Will K Leavell The happy couple drove to Paint Lick to the Presbyterian parsonage where they were married by Rev Friarson is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Clay Arnold of this place and is a true Christian woman and loved by all who know her The groom is a son of Mrs Susie Leavell and is a prosperous His noble character has added to him many friends and is worthy of his charming bride he has just won We wish him much success with no shadows to darken his pathway James L Huffman a popular farmer near Hubble died on Sunday blood poison after his arm which was mangled in a been amputated twice He was held in high repute in that section and was a member of the Christian church at Hubble Funeral services were con ducted by Eld F M Tinder on Mon dav at the residence of his fatherin law Mr John Spoonamore He leaves two small children his wife having died a few years ago He hag 2000 in the Aetna Life Insurance company on which he had paid only one year Saturday Everybody thanking- our generally- for charge- of Hotel Lumber Wanted Superintendent incumbent LeavellArnold The brIde farmer OBI EUARY morning- of cornshredder- had announce TOO BUSY To Write Advertisement If you will come to our store we will show you the best selected stock of merchandise it has ever been our pleasure to display and you will be surprised at the low prices we are making on all classes of goods THE Logan Dry Goods Go BLTELL BOOTEES II I I I I I I I I I I I FALL WINTER Star Mike Buell WoodWeber C E GodmanExcelsior Plummer FlorsheimLevel Walk Over Drew Selby Smith Stering Red School House Werliave the best line of Ladies Gents Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes that money can buy Prices to suit all H T LOGAN T T TT f SHOES SHOTS W I I I n H 1 II I II I n II n Utt I J R S H IQ 1v 21111 0 4 ElM tt- i GET IN THE HABIT OF VISITING THE Mercantile COMPANY Our tremendous stock Goods has caused the buying public to open their eyes and take advan tage of the rare oppor tunity 0 f selecting their Fall and Winter Goods from an Entirely N EW Stock We extend a most cor dial invitation to one to visit our handsome new store and inspect our line of Shoes Dressfioods THE Mercantile COMPANY t Jt U c lr1 j- I JOSEPH Eye Openers of New Fresh andall Furs CloaksDry JOSEPH 1 r fa e t CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM itlClan Mail Mailer Lancaster Ky November 137903 When it is definitely known that a party ties won it is amusing to see the great number of men who rush to the front and join the rejoicing trying to appear that they did hard work etc The reason is they want some pie We have had much experience in elec tioneering we have repented and are in sack cloth and ashes however and know that to win a victory requires work hard work too One must risk his life make enemies lose friends and resort to most any old thing to pull his friend through Now we claim the men who buckle on the armor fight should receive the reward the victors belong the spoils not to a lot of hothouse plants beardless boys or old fossils who could not a vote and we trust the newly elected offic will kick the pants of every fellow who held hands off and fill the place with a man who is willing to work for his party And in this con nection it might be well enough for Mr Roosevelt to look over his list of cribfeeders and see if they turned a hand to elect the republican ticket in this state The material value of independence to the United State may never have occurred to many but it is an easy matter to determine The United States and the Dominion of Canada are nearly equal in area and age yet in all other things this country is so far superior that a comparison is to be The United States has a of 75000000 Canada has about Why should this be What is the reason that this fair land of ours greatly surpasses the land to the north in size and numbers of its cities its and international business its standing as a world so on All this is very easy we say to The reason thereof is given in a jiffy thus We are a free and people Citizens of this country should guard as sacred that freedom which so much to them in material benefit and in personal rights and privileges Newspapers are always glad of a chance to print a thrust at the stingy selfish man and many good things are given but the best we have heard lately is that of an Irishman who had jumped into the water to save a man from drowning and on receiving from the rescued miser looked first at the sixpence and then at the man saying Be jabbers I am for that job The woman dean of Indiana Univer sity says there is too much fun and amusement in college life today to the detriment of the health and studies of the students At least the world must agree with her that if some of the fun were cut out the health of many students would be improved and an improvement in the lessons of would be noted A doctor over in a certain town when a patient refused his treatment knocked the sick man down and all but killed him That was an outrage If the M D desired to take his life he should have been more humane that is he should have persued the regular course of treatment and the man would have died an easier death A little enthusiasm greases ones elbows and lubricates the whole machinery remarks the Sentinel That may be true but the danger is in getting too much which always goes to the legs sometimes putting a fellow out of business for the time being For highgrade work requiring and excellence there is to be found in nearly every machineshop in Germany a group of American tools a silent tribute to the remarkable po sition held in the world today by the American machine tools work Some folks say that this weather though pleasant is not best for us it is out of season There advantage they have overlooked It is the means of one forgetting to temporarily over an uncertain coal supply in the inevitable cold days to One of the greatest pleasures in the close of the campaign is the of the cutanddried editorials some of the boys used These windy articles are prepared at headquarters of the parties proof sheets made and sent to the different papers Market reports say oysters will be very scarce this winter Here is where the newspaper man finds in that it will not interfere with him in his hog and hominy A poor man has lots to be thankful for Indianapolis is now wrestling with the question if betting money on horse races is gambling In some places St Louisfor instance it is and in others Kentucky it isnt A foreign author scores American women Thats because be doesnt know em and for the much better reason that he is out of reach of an American fist In many hotels in Europe guests provided with slippers In most in America the guests would more readily appreciate stomachs I e in I I I I Puxf ill lfllIlIr Iv1 tabooed population 5000000 internal powerand explain independent means sixpence overpaid many mental Milwaukee enthusiasm precision because worry come disappearance comfort a V l uterrd the 0ire nx anTs gain all iso the cast ir r 4 of Win JtMiUins ef tVjurfiKSciy Ui lie j position ill ItuliuiiajioiiK Mr Smith of Bur in was here last week in the Interest of the new Ernest IJourne of Lexington made a flying visit to his parents last week John Boner of Mt Sterling came home last week to attend the else lion Miss Mildred Clark of London is with Miss Bessie Bolton for a short James Robinson of Versailles was here on business the first of the week Mrs Sallie Welch is in Richmond visiting her daughterMrs Sam Death erage was in Lexington this week to visit his daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk Mr A A Dawes and little daughter Louisville are with the family of C M Jenkens Mrs S S Dickerman who has been critically ill for some time is very much improved Miss Celia Armstrong and mother Mrs Johnson have been visiting in Logana There will be preaching here morning and night by the pastor W D Wilburn S N Stedman and Colby Jenkins were in Lexington the first of the week on business Miss Alta Boner of Camp Nelson has returned from a visit to Mrs Wilken of Louisville Mrs W L Glass and little daughter Mary Lee have returned after a de lightful visit to relatives in Jessa mine The Misses Maret and Leavell had as their guests from Friday until Mon day Misses Carpenter of Stan ford and Ethel Money of Lexington Dr Durham and family have moved into the house recently purchased from Mr O N King Mr Pettus and family into the one formerly occupied by Dr Durham A surprise party was given Miss Mittie Dunn Thursday evening Quite a number were present and all the occasion very much Miss I Dunn proved herself a charming PKEACHERSTILLE Corn IS selling here for 8250 per barrel J C Fox bought 20 hogs from W B Bennett for 4c Jones Anderson has moved to Ills farm nt this place John W Cummins is able to be out some at this time E Foley shipped a load of hogs to Williamsburg this week J L Hutchins bought nine hogs from Win Shaw and family have moved into the house with G W Evans Dr Pettus and wife of Stanford was visiting Mrs J F Pettus Sunday M F Boler of Teatersville bought a span of horses here last week for 200 Walter Scott of Irvine bought of Joe Lunceford his house and lot for 170 Mr John Payne of Lebanon was visiting his Bro J F Payne last week Mr A C Sine of was here last week in the interest of the Mac cabee Tent Faulkner Kennedy Miss Lucy and Miss Beulah Jordan went ovei to Lancaster last week Mrs J H Tucker Mrs Reelus Dunn and Mr and Mrs W B Jarvis of Cedar Creek were visiting Rev R F Jordan Sunday MABKSBDRY I Mrs John Woods is quite sick at this bought of Mr Durham a nice and calf for 20 Mr M F Rout is selling corn to Bry antsville parties at 83 per barrel Miss Carrie Durham sold a bunch of 100 pouted shoats to C A Robinson at 4 cents Leslie Anderson of Lexington was the guest last Wednesday of Mr F Herring Mrs Robert Clark and Miss Jennie Swope were in Danville shopping Thursday The remains ot Mrs McGinnis were interred in the Fork cemetery evening Miss Hattie Currey of Danville was entertained from Friday till Monday by Mrs Stallings Miss Elizabeth Pettus of ville was the guest Saturday of Miss Willie Mae Stallings The pupils of Miss KatbarineMoores school gave quite an enjoyable enter tainment Friday evening MIss Willie Mae Stallings will rep resent Marksbury in the Elecutionary Contest at Lancaster Friday evening Mr Logan Wood and bride and Mr Frank Robinson and Miss AlIeneHud son of Danville attended services at Fork church Sunday They were entertained at dinner by Mr and Mrs John Wood at Marcellus ARanmwayBtcycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of S B Orner Grove Ill It developed stubbornulcer unyield ing to doctors and remedies Then Bucklens Its just as good for Burns Skin Eruptidns and Piles 25c at McRoberts Dug Store 1m fJf tf rIUUAXTtiTJ Iir l visitMr WT Hogan relatives Sunday Henry Tevis enjoyed hostess Thorns for 4ic Junction Stan lord Miller writingT cow Monday fort ur Scalds r u pta hauls Bryan the n Franklin years Arnica Salve cured s r ts 1 the in of of on 1 Pearl been wore H Robinson of Versailles Is with relatives here Miss Mildred Clark of London is guest of Mss Bessie Bolton MrsChas Scott visited her mother Danville the first of the week MissVirgie Worrell entertained her sisters from near Ilamniack Sunday Mrs Win Scott has been at the bed side of her mother Mrs Will Proctor MercerWm Jr accompanied by fils brother Tutu will leave this week for MissouriJ lies purceascd the property Andy Broughton fur 250 Mr B will move to the mountains We noglected to chronicle last week the marriage of Mrs Hester Ruble of this place Smith williams a former resident of Burgin They were married at the brides sister in Bur gin They their home in that city This is her third venture the matrimonial sea and the grooms second Willie Sebastian has been quite siok but is better now Little Billie Simpson and Carl Mc Clanahan have both had pneumonia Mr J T Jackson has been suffering very much with a sore eye but is now The election at Walkers passed oil quietly nobody drunk fussing J T Jackson has been appointed Postmaster at this place and will keep the ollice in his store house Mr and Mrs T Watson have gone to Pulaski county to visit Mr watsons motherand other relatives and There will be preaching at Freedom church on the 4th Saturday and 5th Sunday by Rev Mr Beard of Knox has bought the Dan Posy farm on the Hiattsville pike it looks like Hiattsville will get all of our good neighbors Harman Sebastian has sold his farm near here at 40 per acre and bought the James Doty farm at S4250 per acre McCllEARY j B Avorner continues quite ill Mrs Emily Brows is with friends at this place Jessie Gullie was able to ride Sunday Mrs John Lackey has been quite ill but is improving Miss Beulah Rainey has sick of pneumonia Mrs JAV Perrin of Stanford visited the family of P G worner last week Mr j T Hardin and wife visited the latters parents at Buckeye Sunday Mr J B Bourne and wife visited their daughter Mrs W K warner recently Uncle Billy Sutton who has been so seriously ill is able to be up again Will Jones and wife of Buckeye were visitors of Mrs Mary Kelly last week Mr Davis Sutton wife and children are visiting relatives in Lexington for a few days Kentucky Cured llama and Shoulder The same old cry comes for this recipe and method of curing bacon etc from the thrifty wishing it sent to their home naper This one wishes it sent to the Weekly CourierJournal and says she certainly will preservr it this it out and paste it in her recipe book You certainly wIll be wise to do so It reads thus When the meat is taken up to be dried I wash it in clean water as hot as I can bear my hands in and while damp sprinkle powdered borax all over the flesh side every piece Then you need have no further fear of insects altho my hams hung in the smokehouse cured without even a sack on them It the summer is very dry I rewash and put more borax on in July and Au gust The taste of the meat is not The bluegrass farmer says he has used this method for yeas It is inexpensive and preserves the meat fromtaint Eoch ham may be tied up in a paper one Shoulders may be cured in the same way There is no cough medicine so as Foleys Honey and Tar It no opiates or poisons and never fails to cure C C J E Stormes 1m W 8 BEAZIEY G C FARIS Dentists Office over Thomp oris store Danville st I 1 1 JH l muln and make NINA better Schoolhouse friends countyJ outlast been qulte 4 excellent housewives favorite timecut until Injured canvas bagor popular contains Faris i I I t1NA VISP1- a ltubin lies iIr will 4S nor near Iliattsvillc Seazley l f f cliffi Jrr mfti IIiIJ y1iJ t = lffij 1J1 I KUG JtTE SJf III IS IE I HARTE Scheap for the IRDMANS lMOR I0 fill iiIITID AND next 30 days EJ a The sword a sting in the handle Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many 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 Cou hs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorctiester Mass is one of many whose life was saved bv Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guar anteed forall Throat and Lung discos es by McRoberts Druggist Price Trial bottles free 1m The man with a tender heart does not need to demonstrate it by the of his head A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly or OAerloaded Kodol Cure supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that are allowed to rest and heal Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests whatyoueat and enables the stomach aria digestive organs to transform all food into rich red blood Sold by F P Frisbie 1m You cannot make clouds for others and live in the clear light yourself For a pleasant physic take Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by all druggists 1m Paradoxical as it may seem it is hard to touch a close Ran a Ten Penny Nail ThroitchHl Hand While opening a box J C Mount of Three Mile Bay N Y ran a ten penny nail through the fleshy part of hi hand I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me he says and immediately Chamberlains Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards To my it removed all pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed For sale by all druggists 1m Trees Trees Fall 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 plant er Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER Both phones LEXINGTON KY That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars Is given at this Laundry If evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 53 tt Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kenucky revenge has 50c and 100 softness Dyspepsia 18 Chamberlains manu applied surprise J ant g disordered or- an N I j v I C The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier E T Embry Bookkeeper r DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird CH t MJWfci I 0 Q r J Ass J f r4tf- O L 00 1493 0 T 0 FRobinson Cashr r r t t- w w u1ti I MILLINERY GOODST f Arriving Daily Handsomest ever brougt to Lancaster I SALLIS D TILLET jraiiite and MarUe IO We are at all times prepared to offer the X buying public the best in the market in the X line of Monuments Headstones Markers X Posts Coping etc etc A Our line of designs are latest and we X can also prepare special ideas Presented by X our customers We quote the lowest prices A consistent with the finest qualities We X erect work any where S Garrard Gouty Marble Works I STANFORD STREET g M NEW I Ii 1 I I r- I s C GOc 000C OC CSC Cam 1 Wheat Drills and Crass Seed T B WfbKER SON I o 0 Now time for 0 ann Ii Pnttin inWindow Gla I we have a of paint arid all sizes of Glass have your 000000000000400 00000000000000000004 is the 0 0a e 0 0 JPthutiug full line r businessLet us FRISBIES l fy Drug store t Best Stoves Best Prices All Kinds GUNS RIFLES SHOT GUNS AMMUNITION V CutleryPoc- ket Knives Razors v Scissors Carving Sets WIRE NGEJLII L r HEATING STOlES LAP ROBES rC raVEN icJ Ii1L t It j I rlJi 7T r hJ 1 iJ Ai iIIi i I I t i i J a t i vr i I i F r hS Y a4w w- r Gossip About People veN N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wi Are In Ben Herndon was in Louisville Mon day W 0 Dunlap of Stonega Va was here for the election W Harris is visiting her son Mr Will Harris of Carlisle Mrs McWhorter of London was the guest of the Misses Shugars Mrs J E Stormes is visiting relatives in Covington and Cincinnati Mr Tom Palmer and family have moved to Lexington to reside Mr aud Mrs Sam Haselden were in a few days this week Mrs Earnest Woods of Paint Lick visited Mrs U M Patterson Mondav Miss Carrie Sanders is the guest of Miss Marie Joseph Stanford avenue Mr W J Coffey of St Louis Mo vis ited Miss Beulah Bright Grimes this weekMiss Annie Perkins of Marksbury has been visiting Mrs Emma Higgins bothamMrs Rogers and son Joseph have returned from a weeks visit to CincinnatiDanville and Mrs Lee Brown of Garrard were in town today shopping MrsG M Patterson left Tuesday for Cincinnati to attend the National W C T U convention Mr William Brown and wife of have been visiting his mother Mrs Nancy Brown A group of our popular and hand some city officials appeared in Satur days Miss Elizabeth Grimes returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit Nicholasville friends Mr Charlie Norris of Jeffersonville and Mr Solon Herring of Louisville were here for the election Dr Simpson Elkin and charming wife of Atlanta are expected for a visit to Miss Jennie Duncan Burgin news Harrodsburg Democrat Mr F L Burke of Garrard county was with friends here Saturday Mesdames Mary Reid and Sam Wool dridge are visiting Rev Charles Reid and family of Middlesboro- Mr W K Shugars wife and little son W K of Bradfordsville are visiting the family of Judge Shugars Mr John Leavell has returned from Hamilton Ohio and is the guest of his mother Mrs Susie Leavell Misses Pearl Coilier and Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard have been guests of Misses Lizzie and Mattie Beazley Mrs Isbell and daughter Miss Isbell of Franklin Ky are guests of Dr and Mrs Sid Isbell Richmond avenue Mr Owen Shugars and sister Miss Fannie have been in Cincinnati this week purchasing furniture for their hotelCourier Journal Mrs Augustus E Wilson will be hostess at a luncheon to be given on Thursday for Mrs Wm O Bradley Danville Misses Lear two charming young ladies of Paint Lick Ky have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J P Frank Miss Florence Harris entertained charmingly at a flinch party Friday evening Fruit was served and the evening was one of great pleasure Miss Marie Joseph was a charming hostess at a euchre party Friday even Ing Elegant refreshments were served and a delightful evening was spent two of the most popular salesmen on the road were here yesterday Mrs E B Miller is visiting relatives in Lan caster The following business men are in Cincinnati this week buying their goods W J Romands J W Elmore R E McRoborts E W Morrow J R Has elden S G Haselden for their ads in The Record this Fall Mm James Rice Brown of Chicago Mrs Oscar Parks of Mrs John Lake and son of Terra Haute Ind Mr George Bruce and wife of Danville attended the funeral of their father Judge Epharim Brown Satur day Mrs Belle Burnside returned Sunday from Dexter Mo where she has been t r i IiII j Mrs E CincInnati t AdvocateMr Chicago CourierJournal NewsThe Thirdstreet GeorgeFarris Look out Middlesboro qt tha hoi dauijhtor Mig Willie Belle Many friends the ter fire delighted tp know of her great Improvement and sincerely trust that she will soon be fully restored to health and strength Her aunt Miss Nell Johnston will remain with her for a few days Walker KavJ Brodhead Ky Editor Record Fourth of the pres ent month the writer was called by telephone from your town and asked to come to the Gover House in Crab Orchard at 1 oclock p in to unite in holy bouds of matrimony Mr Pren tice Walker and Miss Lelia Ray both of the Buckeye neighborhood Their attendants were Mr Charles Turner of Kirksville and Miss Rays sister They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Samuel Cotton was the sister of the groom Young Mr Walker Is the son of Mr John Walker and wife ana Miss Ray is the second daughter of Mr B Ray Her mother was uncle Wm Burtons daughter The writer is personally acquainted with both thier families and thinks them to be among the most prominent of your county and we know that young Walker is io be congratulated on the splendid choice ho has made in choosing a partner for Miss Ray is certainly one of the belles of Garrard county And now Mr Editor I wish thro your paper to congratulate the par ents of the bride and groom for we believe their children have both well and to the bride and groom we say that we wish them a long and happy life and that their union may be as sweet and pleasant as the looked to be on the afternoon of the 4th of November 1903 Fraternally A J Pike The crop of fools is perrenial Droughts may cut down the yield of corn chinch bugs and fly may destroy the wheat floods may sweep over the land and take all vegetation before them leaving the earth a desert in their track famine may lay waste whole provinces but the crop of gulli ble suckers fails never The gold brick man has been expos ed a thousand times but the goldbrick business goes on just the same The ways of the bunco man are old and have been published almost ever since newspapers began to be printed and scattered among the reading pub lic but the bunco man is still doing business The green goods swindler has been exposed times without num ber but every year thousands yield to the seductive offers of people traveling under aliasses who proposes to supply them with wealth for just a trifling expenditure of cash Get rich schemes have caught the money of hundreds of thousands and the have been exposed and some of the promoters sent to jail but other schemes just as unreasonable are star ted and find plenty of human fish to bite at the new bait or rather the old bait cut in different sizes and shapes Here is one of the latest out from New York Have you five dollars Do you wish to make them ten within a year and one thousand within a short timeThis seductive proposition is a scheme which proposes to take the investors five and kindly invest it for him and in a short time give back a thousand And there is every reason to believe that this graft has gathered in its thousands of eager suckers who if they were offered a chance to invest their money in some legitimate busi ness enterprise which promises a fair return would not do it They would lather put their hard earned cash into hands of some man they never saw and never will see who promises to do something which all experiences has shown to be an impossibility and in the facejf the record which shows that the who promise to do these things are invariably swindlers Merchants Journal Millionaire Poor Stomach The wornout stomach of the over fed millionaire is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example the evil attendant on the possession of great wealeh But millionaires are not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater among the toilers Dyspepsia and indigestion are rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaire unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troubles for over thirtyfive years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfect It tones and vitalizes the en tire system and makes life worth liv ing no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Feb 04 f boa ldQ fT p- CottonMrs lifefor married Still at It promotersmeth- ods advertisements sent pQ mining o digestion ORDER YOUR from us and you have our positive are PURE and FRESH MBread Daily GROCERIES guaranteethatthey estCian in Tots B M J BA1 O U1a r SON Jg r Why Is Jfc that there pro so many young men who dread matrimony Is It that they cannot afford it or is it that they aro shy or is it simply that this girl has not turned up yet The world is full of miserable old bachelors who have taken so long to make up their minds to marry that when they do come to no girl wants them They grown so set in their cranky ways that they would make far from desirable hus bands There is no sight more than the old bachelor living in a boarding house or flat No one cares for his coming or going no heart beats quicker at the sound of his no loving hand sews on buttons and keeps his belongings in order His bureau drawers are chaotic collect ions of ties handkerchiefs theatre programs photographs of the girls he has almost thought he loved and dear knows what not When he is ill he is dependent on friends and nurses for all the care he gets There is no one to pull the blind to just the right an gle so that the light will not hurt the tired eyes no one to stop the creaking door and smooth the tumbled bed clothes and know just when to speak and when to be silent Poor lonely old bachelor While he is young and frolicsome he does not want to be tied down and so he thinks of course hell marry some day but he puts it off so long that he grows crusty and cranky and unattractive and bard to suit and the first thing he knows he is a con firmed bachelor unloving and unloved In most cases there is a girl somewhere in the background who has eaten her heart out in silence loving him and wondering why he did not propose to her after all his attention How much happier would the old bachelor be had he married her Instead of the lonely selfish life he now leads companion ship and the tender confiding touch of hand tugging at his would keep them tuned to sweetest music Henderson Gleaner A Policeman Testimony 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 cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians without getting any bene fit 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 In order to appreciate youth one must get over on the shady side of 40 Climatic Cure The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectoration in the morning is made certain by Ger man Svruo so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thous ands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 7oc At all druggists Feb 04 MANSE Tne Ladies Aid Society of this place will give a chrysanthemum show and graphophoue entertainment at the parsonage Tuesday evening at two oclock The public is invited to at tend There is no admission fee as the Society will have home made can dy and flowers for sale Mr Otly Burke and wife were at Kirksville Sunday Dr Walker is able to be out again We have bought the Lancaster Flour Mills and are now prepared to furnish high grade flour meal and feed We will pay the highest market price for ly solicited Walker 11 6tf Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs and colds reliable tried and tested safe and sure C C J E Stormes 1m Love knows no limitations Do Good 1C Pay A Chicago man has observed that Good deeds are better than real es tate of the latter are worthless Act kindly and gently show sympathy and lend a helping hand You cannot possibly lose by it Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than substantial help There are persons in this com munity who might truthfully say My good friend cheer up A few 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 PUBLIC SALE As Ihave decided to move to Ow ensboro Ky I will on SATURDAY NOV 28 1903 sell or rent my nice residence of a dwelling with eight nice rooms two Veranda and downstairs two kitchens and cellar smokehouse and all other necessary outbuildings Also two large tobacco on the place and 31 acres of land will on the undersigned and seethe property BBRTRAH SPBATP Ky nov Gtd y A thepoint leave forlorn footsteps baby lit le wheat Your patronage is respectful l deedssome barns Anyone desIring a 1oaaIt heartstrings German consisting beautiful home Lowell 1fT 4 far i = i dn i ThesePeople Mean Business It I I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I I UUhhhh I Several varieties seed wheat also rye and barley H A B Marksbury Son Good family mare six years old Dr W S Beazley Go to Marksburys for seed wheat rye corn and 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 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 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 Cut Flowers We have made arrangements with the Bastin Co whereby we will charges on all orders for cut flowers telephoned to us over the Bas tin system Stanford Crab Orchard and all Garrard 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 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 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 fine 0 I C pigs for sale Thesa are thoroughbreds with fine pedigrees Prices reasonable 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 now Romans Elmore 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 cheap Romans El more 1023 Dr Sid Inbell Osteopath Located on Richmond street Lan caster Kyj two doors below Baptist church Lady 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 parties going to Indian or 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 ladies 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 Ander son Manager o31td For Iale 9 For Sale 918tf once925tf ThompsonLancaster investment rugsRomans I alwaysin DollyBrown Lancaster Ky Oklahoma LEWIS Y LEAYELL President Seed Rye and Harley 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 8Ttf w L Lawson b G C sale Having bought other property Inow offer for sale my 5 room and one acre of ground situated on 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 now due Iam always at Police Court room to re Rothwell Collector a14tf Rice Pop Corn shelled and ready to 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 Timothy seed and strictly nice re seed wheat for sale Banks Hudson 109tf Coal Coal Con Austin Beazley tf Bartons old On nothing but tii are up No 104 what do for you ju10tf Millett and Sorghum Seed 10 30tf Potts Bros 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 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 I Hamilton 10lGtf 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 Pluniblus Work As the water works are a go you will need plumbing work I can give you the service of a practical plumber of several years experance is to your interest J B Conn Fine pedigreed O I C Boar One of the best in the county Service 1 1030tf Potts Bros PaintLick Roller mill We are now better equipped for busi ness than ever We have 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 10233t Burnam Rucker We have a lar e stock winter buggy rugs cheap Romans Elmore 1023 tobeProperty For Everything bydelay stand carry an stock of coal hand at handle and the prices Hudson- a 28tf For nenl For Sale completed I efse est correct ing see the will V 4s IJ S ROBINSON VIce Pre ORGANIZED 1883 Tlie 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fco000 SURPLUS Jio o B F HUDSON Cashier W 0 RIGNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B Old and New F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold SCHoUl AT Books Supplies M ROBERTS I STORE rT GD w Stronger Thou stomach U R MIO IS ass NOT iMte statement that 110 man js stranger theft his appeal to ever rcan lyho Jiaa ever ajtfioLcd from stomach roubjQ He will rcmeinber the growing feeling of weakness until be Hardly able to crawl around and could work only occasionally and then with difficulty The danger of dyspepsia roots in the fact that whendisease attacks the stomach and other organs of di gestion land nutrition the whole body must be the sufferer for when the stomach is dis eased and the digestive processes are performed there is a sure loss of nutri tion which is felt by every organ of the body Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other or gans of digestion and nutrition It makes strong men because it makes strong and enables the proper digestion of food and the perfect assimilation of the nutri tion contained in the food I have taken six bottles of Golden Medical Dis and four or five vials of the little Pellets writes Mr A J Vanderwater of 873 West Division Street Chicago Ill I am happy to have done me worlds of good These medicines have made a great change me from a slow mope of a man that crawl tired and all the time could do no work to a man who can work sleep eat and feel fine and that tired feeling all Golden Medical Discovery and little Pellets have almost made a new man of me I feel young as I did at thirty years Accept no substitute for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing else just as good for disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Ad viser the best of modem medical works is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only 21 stamps for the book in paper covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y If i P r 4J f tOJUa was imperfectly 77 stomachs n 71 to Land Stock Crops For Sale I have 48 head of No 1 light feeding cattle for sale John W Miller Lancaster Ky 10 G4t A Carlisle man paid S2 each for two hundred White Leghorn hens At Oak Grove Mo 80 head of high bred hogs sold at an average of 4350 Earl Furgerson sold to Jonas Weil 200 head of fat cattle averaging about 1350 pounds at 4 Ken tuckianTwenty head of Shorthorns sold Saturday by C E Butler averaged 70 per head In Carroll G W Deatherage turn ed his cattle in a tobacco patch ana lost three fine cattle last week it is thought from eating suckers It does not pay to keep a ewe after she begins to show signs of age un less she is an especially good breeder and mother Weed out the and feed to turn intQ mutton before cold weather comes Mr II A Walker of Gradyville re cently sold a pair of mules to Polk Mitchell for 300 In Boyle 4000 barrels of corn sold at 2 to 8250 per barrel in the heap and delivered Ora Powell bought 72 export cattle from Wm Robinson and 12 from Lanier Bros at 41c Apples are so plentiful and cheap in some Missouri that it does not pay to gather them and stock have more than they can eat Dick Wills of Cynthiana boughtof R 0 Turner of Bourbon county 17 yearling mules at an average of 80 per head In Nelson county recently Mr Lawrence Rapier bought of Arnold of Bardstuwn two yearl ing mules for which he paid 85 per headPeters Bros living on the Embry farm sold last week 400 barrels of corn centsParis oldewes I sections Mr Orville r of If your Druggist have not got Di 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 to Josh Owings J W Hughes and W T Phelps The price obtained was per barrel in the lield Mt Sterling GazetteThe Tobacco Co is to double the capacity of its manufactuiing plants in Louisville which is another straw showing that leaf tobacco will soon be in more act ive demand Celery four feet tall and rhubarb 4 feet high and five inches thick will be exhibited at the Worlde Fair by Washington gardeners to show the ca pabilities of the soil and climate of the great North western state The Memphis Appeal says The hog has suddenly fallen from his high estate and where he lorded it over us at 8 he brings 4 50 and is a drag on the market at that Now we will see how long it will be before the meat trust reduces the price to butchers and consumers so that a handful of chopsmay be had at something Jess than the price of a house and lot Simon Weil sold to A L Stephenson of Austerlitz 50 feeding 1216 pounds at 370 John L Soper sold to W II Renick six steers averaging 1025 pounds at 4 cents H C Turner of Mt Sterling has sold to Catesby Woodford of Bourbon county 100 feeding cattle at 3c The cattle averaged 1050 NewsGov Bailey states that Kansas will have about 70 per cent of a full corn crop He bases his upon what he has seen and heard of it as fie has been traveling over the State Being a big corn raiser Governor naturally observes and inquires about such things- A Kansas farmer who has found farm hands especially hard to secure has formulated a set of rules that should bring hands out of the woods Wages will be 6 a day Breakfast will be served in bed Working hours will be from 10 a m to 2 p m All heavy work is to be done by the boss Cigars furnished free Any hand working the entire season can have the farm T J Curtis sold this week to Joseph Russell of Tennessee 1 pair of three year old mules for 400 This is the best price obtained here for years Mr Curtis also sold 35 yearling mules to Dick Wells of at 85 per head the bunch aggregating 2975 These figures sound like old times when mule raising one of the most profitable of our industries RichmondRegister The man who sows rye this fall so as to have it for early pasture for his cows next spring will congratulate himself then on his foresight Rye is one of the best things he can sow to start the cow off well in the spring Besides producing a calf a good cow will yield her weight in milk solids a year that is in fat casein albumen milk sugar and ash She will yield from five to ten times her weight in milk and one half her weight in C C Clark sold his export cattle last week at 4 75 John Woodford sold to L Joseph 48 cattle averag ing 1600 lbsat 4 75 Mr Joseph also purchased from Brooks Clay 86 weight 1300 lbs at and of Wm Wornall 17 weight 1475 at 450 John C Clay sold to Cass Goff 114 head of good export cattle at 496 Mr Goff also bought of John Woodford 10 at 8485 3 I cattleweigh- ing poundsBourbon opinion himself the Cynth lana export 475 8 arranging was butte rmrmnra aoooBSBaaooos turtrss t POTTS BROS oooooooo ooooooooo FLOUR FEED STORE and cl EXCHANGE anufacturers of and dealers in 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 Pop Corn Crushed Oyster Shells Cot ton Seed Seed Meal Charcoal Field Seeds Hay Straw EXCHANGE BUSINESS A SPECIALTY Wheat and corn taken on deposit Stormes Danville aye PHONE 100 3 3 3 0 0e oe D U it it p i Meal Lin block I r t Vw wl tC i iki r f n i fine1 of BttipUfi 0jitr 10 ivJ S3 pqt fcon if nis Wjil ui Jiord X received M Fleming Jr 00 export steers weighing 89715 crsige i They vcm contract ed for some time Mr also received JO from L M Goodman averaging about 1400 and seven from John Cullen averaging 1500 The lump in the price of hogs will pre vent much corn being fed to them at present prices New corn is starting at SOc in the field fur picked corn one sale of 400 bushels being made at that figure this TimesDemocratThe Secretary Wilson of the Department of Agriculturehav the extremely low rice of tobacco the Secretary made the following statement The trou ble is the farmers grow too much to bacco whereas they should rotate their crors If they would cultivate fewer acres and get a larger yield per acre they would be more successful Thit which they should is to give more attention to the cow and the pasture In that way they can build up and recuperate their lands I learned when in Tennessee that the tobacco farmers do not de rive as great a yield per acre of tobac co as they formerly did The cultiva tion of the leaf year after year deteri orate the land C R Henry of this county scattered 12 acres of hemp in sixteen hours last week He is 28 years old and weighs only 165 pounds Will FoxJIiiiitliiK Col Roger D Williams of Lexington has received a request from Casper Whitney editor of the American Sportsman Library to write an article on FoxHunting Col Williams was selected to write the article upon the recommendation of President Roose vent who is himself a Contibutor to the Library The new book will be issued about the 1st of next July Ilit It Strange The individual who gets the fewest letters says an exchange makes the most complaints to the Postmaster the man who never had a good meal at home scowls at the hotel the person who complains most of his neighbors is the of the lot the member who pays the least to the preachers salary finds the most fault at his preaching and of the bad management of the church and the subscriber which is the slowest to pay his subscription finds the fault with the local paper For Sale 40 to 50 bushels of Blue Grass Seed home stripped Denny tf Point Leavel Ky Strayed Yellow J ersey cow dehorned two extra teats Left my home on Stan ford pike Oct 2G Reward for infor mation Frank Turner nCtf LOWELL All the democrats are wearing new hats as a result of tle election Mrs Mayme Leadford is very sick Bertran Spratt will renter sell his place here Saturday Miss Ida Hurt was at home Sun day Mrs Belle Henderson entertained a large number of friends Sunday- J M Meadows has purchased the store and dwelling house belonging to J S BUrrows- J M Metcalfe has sold his store and dwelling to George Moody who will take possession January 1st There are two petitions out for the post otllce here Wm Ralston Jr is clerking for J M Meadows Billy makes a good clerkThere is talk of a wedding here soon I am afraid to tell who just Ida Napier has been quite sick but is improving Bro Bettis is about well again he has been sick for several days Quails are plentiful and so are hun ters also rabbits- J M Meadows is building a new barn MT HEBRON The results of the election and good rain are making most feel better than they ever felt before W Thompson is at Richmond this week before the U S Court Mr Joel Marsee entertained his young friends at a social Tuesday eve ningSome parties here have sold their hemp seed at 2 per bushel Miss Hattie Duncan is spending a few weeks with relatives at High BridgeMrs Bruce was called to the bed her daughter Mrs W Gam mons who isvery low with pneumo nia Mrs Alex Deari aqdlittle son Irvine spent the latter part of last week with her daughter Mrs Dilliard Brumfleld JessamineMr Montgomery and family spent Sunday with Mr E D Lawson and family The soul was never put into eth body to stand are the words by an exchange That is all very true but from the way some men act we fear the soul was either when he was being constructed or it isJdn the centre as engineers say At any rate they act as If they had no souls f r hllri ana of at fie W weekFlemingsburg v hug been calledto rUe on accommodations complains most W B nowMrs everyone Mr G G A sideof stills mislaId lets diy of limas singe oft cultivate meanest 1 the r used tiS A Gfoi3Xru- iProiu ujftiidiil exnpiicheo I testify flat DeVJlts little fiiriy HJtjej are unequalled liver pill They are rightly named they give strength aful energy and do their work with ease V T Eastern Boerne Tex Thousands of people are these tiny pills in preference to all others they are so pleasant and They cure billiousness tor pid liver jaundice sick headache con stipation etc They do not purge and weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by F P Frisbie 1m No man thinks he is as stupid as he looks Dr William Wilder Taylor Oaths St New York is responsible for the statement that The Reynolds PharmaceuticalCompany manufacture a tablet that will cure any disease such as gout rheumatism etc de pendent upon uric and acid Doctors and druggists will be furnished with free samples by mail or express pre paid by addressing Reynolds Phar maceutical Co Liberty Bldg New York N Y n6 The Henderson Always Flrt Louisville Ky Oct 29 1903 The traveling public will be pleased to learn of the latest innovation in the way jf comfort in travel for its pat rons which is now being offered by that most popular railroadThe Hen dersun Route which road has been rightly termed the Kentuckians Ollicial Route to the West and South westIt has just been announced from the general ollices of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway that they now have in service on their night trains between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair which have just been received from the and are a revelation in the car builders art Time cars are strictly up todatelirst class palaces of travel on wheels and this is only one of the many sur prises which are promised the public 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 men tionedThey are solidly vestibuled and are furnished with sixtyfour reclining chairs which are upholstered in beau tiful 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 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 n3G Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAKD CIRCUIT COUUT Savanah Dunn Plff vs Charley Dunn c Dfts By virtue of 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 1903 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property in Gatrard county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek near Bur detts and bounded as follows towit Beginning at a stone corner to Floyd running with a road due North 35 poles to anorther stone near a gate and elm post thence S 69 W 14 poles to a stone thence South 44 poles to a stone corner to said Floyd thence East 17 poles to the beginning contain ing four acres rood and 33i poles TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six G months bond with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which 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 The Markets LOUISVILLE KY Nov 11 4 P CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers fl 40 4 Medium to good shipping steers 4 So 4 Choice butcher steers 4 00 4 Medium to good butchers 3 40 3 Common to medium butchers 3 00 3 Good to choice feeders 3 G Common to medium feeders 2 So 3 Good to extra stock steers 3 00 3 Common to medlum stock steers 2 25 3 Good to choice stock heifers 2 50 2 Common to medium stock heifers 2 BJ 2 Plain light mixed stockcrs 1 75 2 Medium to good bulls 2 00 2 Choice veal calves 6 00 G Common to medium calves 350 4 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 toSOO iCs 4 i Medium packers 160 Ibs 4 95 Choice light ship 120 to 160 4 95 Choice pigs 90 to 120 Ibs 4 75 Good pigs 50 to 90 tbs 475 Roughs 150 to 500 lbs 450 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 2 75 3 00 Fair to good 002 50 Common to medium 1 50 2 00 Extra shipping lambs 4 75 Best butcher lambs i 4 60 ommon tailend lambs i 3 00 SBO Wise is the individual who is sensi ble of his own follies JJ Steer clear of the whom dogs and children dislike feC5Is genius i 4 FI usa because using t of 40 N ClllftACRS Cars insuresa Knob Marion it j40 35 GO 30 UO 85 51 25 00 50 to 200 tbs 2 i l pan GenuinenesS because effectual FREIitECLSNING shops smoking service 83 83 a 5h Bucks l I Pit 3011 hft liMxmragMl Cause do clouds J black Sunshine is Fob to travel back Is seen rain a plenty Thought twould neverquit Thundcrin an lightmn But I ain1 drowned When de snow storms threatenin Dont you be afraid Spring will come as usual Smllln undismayed When the rose is bloomin You won mind a bit Is seen a lot o winter An I Cured oflMIeK After 10 Vnare Mr C Haney of Geneva 0 had the piles for 40 years Doctors arid dollars could do him no lasting good Witch Hazel Salve cured him perma nently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacerations eczema teeter salt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name DeWitt on the packages all others are cheap worthless counterfeits Sold by Frisbie 1m Meekness magnifies the manly There is no sanctsty without sense Not u Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with kid ney 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 dose I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neigh bors of mine have been cured of Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only McRoberts 1m You can get almost any tion by saying your dislike tc encroach on his valuable time A Itcmurliublc Cure One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Min ute Cough Cure She says The cough ing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 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 Frisbie 1m Nine times out of a possible ten a woman who married for love will ad vise her daughter to look up a mans financial rating before giving him the glad hand DocwHt Age Its shameful when youth fails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfett Pill 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m The pigs that grow are the pigs that pay He Learned 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 reason that you art told again and again that Chamber lains Cough Remedy cures colds and grip that it counteracts any these diseases to result m pneumo nia and that it is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all druggists 1m Prosperity tries the small man the great Anxious Moments Some of the most anxious hours of a 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 Foleys lIon ey and Tar It is a household favorite for throat and lung troubles and as it contains no opiates or other poisons it can be safely given CCJEStormes 1m POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our Jands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law S F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lnclen Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAnderson R A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear Alex West- J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs J H West W R Cook M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton Hemphill Walden- J C Hemphill Leslie ITarber Henry Kublmann W A Wheeler 33 Dunn sister r ylt air froze yitWashington DeWitt F 1 medicines Rheumatism 50c at mansatten F P UCIIIect Old tendency- of adversity one prosecute Leavell TL Broaddus Mrs F II I I T aiooi tip mwai tip druggist ar M 2555aiSg53 353aaKaEES8BJqfe5p jHeMxasa seam sLsi tsjt- jj T u oiy kiiDWii that renewlife and makes the blood yoia just introduced in Lancaster Ky by R E McRoberts p It is a blood medicine it cures all diseases and sing from impure blood A positive cure for Rheumatism Scrofuls Catarrh and Eczema builds up the system mikes the cheeks rudy step I elastic body strong and MAKES THE BLOOD YOUNG READ THE EVIDENCE I Mrs Susan Lewton of Malvern Ohio writes M I Marl RHsirnitism for one and a considerable por I tiou of the time I was so bad I could scarcely walk My anklewas so swollen a great deal of the time I could scarcely get on my shots My limbs were numb and I suffered continually I Q tried a great many remedies but was unable to get relief untila I tried LIFE PLANT I took four bottles and was entirely I cured It iSa great remed The Life Plant Co I jzf I was afflicted with Rheumatism for several months my hands swollen so badly I could not close them and most of thetime I was confined to my ro m I tried most everything thatwas or recommended to me I was finally induced p to try LIFE PLANT After taking one bottle I was able to be around I have up to this taken three bottles and I feel I as well and free from Rheumatism as though I never had any I am now in my 7W year and am able to do all my own workH that this letter of recommendation will induce some sufferers of Rheumatism to try LIFE PLANT for it cannot be praised too highly I remain yours truly Mrs W Williams Waynesburg 0 March 7 1902 I Mrs Mary J Suitt of Cambridge 0 says I have been 8 afflicted with Rheiiuutlsm for some time located in different parts of the body I was not able to get relief until I took LIFE n I Hon H H Potter New Philadelphia Ohio speaks in theB following emphatic terms of the curatives properties of LIFE I PLANT I have used LIFE PLANT as a family medicine for two years I can heartily endorse it as a most valuable and g remarkable remedy In fact its use proves to be all that is claimed for it It is truly a medicine of merit BEST FIRST LIFE PLANT is the best Get it P quick Miuf by THE LIFE PLANT CO Canton Ohio For sale by R E McRoberts Iritjftnr And dont encourage the violation of the law by buying Whisky from those who have no right to sell you whisky Have a Right to Sell you Whisky- And You Have a Rigbt to Buy it From Us PROPOSITION you one full quart of 10 yearold either live or Bourbon Whiskey nicely two quarts for iGor quart for we pay altexpress charges It will cost you just cents to send us either one or two dollars and 5 centsto send us 23via money order thus you get a quart of tenyear old Whisky absolutely pure for just the same price you pay for a Uad compound called whisky which U dangerous to your health And if you buy four quarts you get it at S1J4 cts a quart or we wi i plainboxcharges paid by ns to your nearest ofiice You ought to have whisky in your louse your doctor will tell yon that whisky Is thebest and least harmful stimulant that you can use and is better than drugs Think of the hor ror of a sudden attack of toothache cramps colic or neuralgia in the lend hours of night no doctor near no whiskey In the house what would a few ounces of whisky be worth to you on such an occasion Forewarned is forearmed In time of peace prepare for war get some whisky but get good PURE whisky dont allow anyone to sell you u miseiable com pound becMise HV cheap send us your order today Our postivo guarantee goes with every order If you are not pleased with the goods when you receive them we will cheerfully return your money Isnt that fair enoughare reliable we will do just what we say experience will give von confidence Inference the Lexington City National Bunk or the Adams Express Co at 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CUUM Sold by F P Frisbie DRPIERCLS FOR THE BLOOD LIVERLUNGS S times GOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERY y Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success Jt CALL On WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION llnhen btUisiil O n- sC iaIdirg LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT IHODOL 60DOL KonOL r Business College a TURNER I CHAS G IIARRIS j THOS Eo MANAGERS ARE YOU SORE USE Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded Muscular RheumatismSore Muscles Sore Joints and Neuralgia The only External Remedy which will Sweat Out the Fever and Inflammation Sold only in 25c SOc 100 Bottles At all good Drnirlit arac dt digests what you eat Nothing has ever equalled Nothing can ever surpass Dr Kings New For A Perfect Cure OXHUMPTIOX ouaus anti OLnS FOLEYS Prier 100 For All Throat and Lung Troubles p Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal ol all I diseases i S RIDHEY CURE III Rmty 1 or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles FRIGE 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