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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 1 1904 NUMBER 11 I frB CENTRAL CORD t I ft y REFIFTEE- AT1L TEAR Pure Water INSURES GoodHealtfa To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests trash of all kinds use Large WALL PAPER has arrived patternsAlso Furniture Carpets N Mattings Lace Curtains Large new stock Call and see for yourself Successors Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business DONT FORGET IE ABE IN THE LEAD On Summer Dress Goods Laces Rib bons White Goods Em broideries L i V Fans ft1 Belts Summer Un derwear Etc Etc Etc Look over our bargain coun ter when are In town We have many seasonable goods and useful household articles at greatly reduced prices 2l I fj fm IJ 0 0 I rn HAS LDllNI allnew Eto i to JA R Law J c Gloves ii1 1 7 i- 8p k1 RLJannins PaintLick I I E- 3D t D E ando 3 n I h1aen- Q sr1 FilLer th- E3 I HO- ur Stocky new 4 UaiItoDDuoIap oooQooz f r Handkerchiefs w Srr y Of Local All of the W C T U are urged to be business of The have been delightful so fin and a can sleep with as much comfort as during a windy ser mon New coaches have been placed on Nos 10 and 11 and Capt Grove is as a lieu with one chicken The olcl ones had become loose from being pulled over the Rowland branch at a mileaminutc clip Notice Next Sunday will be our regular monthly conference at the Baptist church Let every member be pres ent if possible with interest in his Masters cause Lord what wilt thou have me do is our inquiry Pastor A Big Improvement The painting of the court house is of the biggest Improvements of day Two or three coats will be on enough to protect tho wood work Charley Ball and Sam McMH len the painters are doing a neat job Many Many Thanks We are deeply grateful to the news paper men for the many nice things said about the editor of The Record on his election as president of the Press Association and trust we may some day be able to even up with the kindhearted writers The Tournament To give a detailed account of the Tournament would take more space than we have to spare and we will only say that everything passed off pleasantly the prizes were awarded and all went away happy The Tournament furnished much pleasure for the public and those par Best of All The best of all will be the Crab Or chard Fair and Races July 27 28 20 A good bind of music plenty of shade good seats and a warm reception awaits all visitors The best horses in the state will compete in races and show rings and you can count on the best show of stock to be seen in the South You will make a mistake if you miss this great show tf Judge Bell Here Judge W C of Ilarrodsburg was in town for a few hours last week shaking hands with his many friends Judge Bell is making one of the best judges this circuit has ever had and his fairness promptness and manners have made friends of all who have had the pleasure of mak ing his acquaintance or who have bus iness in his court He is now holding court in Stanford A Bum Day Monday sorriest court day known to Lancaster business men Only a few people were in town those hurrying home to their work A few stragglers remained all day but there was nothing doing in any line of business The farmers are busy with their wheatand beside most of them are always busy in recent years and lose no more time in town than is necessary There were no stock sales of importance Church Services for July Union services for July have been agreed as follows 1st Sunday night in July 745 p m Pastor Ellis at Christian church 2nd Sunday night 745 p m Pastor Tinder at Baptist church 3rd Sunday at 715 p m by Dr Pearce at Presoyterian church Service on last Sunday night at Methodist church conducted by Chumbley had good attendance and interest Let all our people to make these services cordial happy helpful Hotel Changes at Stanford Tne Journal says the Veranda hotel in Stanford was closed Wednesdayon account of ill health of Mrs Coffee Messrs Farris Hardin proprietors of the famous St Asaph Hotel have rented the building to be used as bed These gentlemen have built up a splendid reputation as hotel men and their constantly increasing busi ness was crowding the house Now however they have ample room and if want the best meal the mark ets affordor a neat comfortable room stop at the St Asaph and you will get all you are looking for Dont Miss the Fall The Record would ad vise those con templating taking in the big fair at St Louis to go now Everybody is putting off the trip until September and that means a jam and rush so go now and avoid the crowd Everybody who can should go to this fair for it will be many days before another will be held While the attendance is quite largeyet there is plenty of room at the hotels and boarding housesand a visit now will be much more enjoya ble than later on We frequently hear the remark 1 will walt until the is completed all right but there is more there now a person can see in six months time and if you want to see go now til closing day The L Henderson Route are mak ing pxceedingly low rates and you can get a ticket right out of Lancas ter for a very Teaspnable rate M Patterson the local agent who will give all details Interest i present Saturday importance fellow proudas I lone iug wasthe I rooms you That maybe See G L r encumbers n satisfactorily Bells gentlemanly Pastor attend Fair than stall Nand NN Through mistake Master Dan El kin took a big swallow of corrosive sublimate Wednesday and for a little while was in a precarious condition Medical aid was quickly summoned and the little suffering Mrs Ollie Gregory Shaw was Tuesday evening at the home of her mother near Point Leavell to Mr Hall of Winchester Eld F M Tinder performing the ceremony The bride who is a most excellent and popular lady has been connected with the tel ephone exchange in Winchester for some time arid now holds a lucrative position The groom is manager of the Telegraph Co in Winchester and Is a very popular man in his cityThe The Kentucky State Tournament brought an immense crowd to town last week and the youngsters had a most delightful time The contests were quite spirited and very much en joyed by the crowds who witnessed them We wanted to give a list of successful contestants but were una ble to get a complete one the warmth of some of the contests there was no dissention to speak of and all went home happy The young men in charge of the Tour nament worked hard for its success and are entitled to much praise for its able management The Crab Orchard Fair Messrs R II Bronaugh president and H B Wallin secretary of theCrab Orchard Fair and Racing Association were here last week and left Time Ree ord office an order for many thousand string badges and other work for the big show July 27 28 29 They where the best horses in the state had been booked the races well filled and the show rings far ahead of any shown in Central Kentucky in recent years The crowds increase each year as the people become more convinced that the fair is run on honest and a good show will be given regardless of pains and expense W A Arnold Hurt Monday while handling the rush of court day business Mr W A Arnold the liveryman was kicked by a horse and painfully and seriously injured Both heels of the animal struck him bruising his hand and leg and two ribs on right side He was taken home and his injuries dressed but the suffering has been intense Had he been a little further from the horse he would hope been Instantly killed but he was close enough to break the force to a great extent His many friends are truly sorry of his misfortune George 0 Barnes Monticello Courier As foreshad ed Bro Geo O Barnes has made his advent into Monticello and is holding forth at the court house Time has wrought some changes in the aspect of this remarkable man but on the whole he carries his seventyseven years with case and grace He seems to possess the same old flre thatwrought upon his hearers such effective force a quarter of a century ago We note this change he no Ion ger relies on music as a force in the evangelistic work and delivers his sermons sitting rather than standing The absence of the soul stirring as discoursed by Miss Marie by the little mountain osgan and the whilom dramatic manner of the speaker makes his meetings eomewhat tame by We however welcome Brother Barnes in the name of time Lord There are no demireps demijohns or devils picture books belonging to your entourage hence we conclude that you are on the right side of society and while your mind evolves some ideas touching God Creation and Salvation that is past our comprehension we acknowl edge that the fault not to perceive them may lie in our own obtuseness rather than in your deductions Dont Be A Knocker If there is any chance to boom busi ness boom it says an exchange Dont pull a long face and look as tho you had a sour stomach Hold up your head smile and look for better things Hide your hammer and try to speak well of uthersno matter how small you may really know yourself to be When a stranger drops in jolly him Tell him this is the greatest on earth and it is Dont dis courage him by speaking ill of your neighbors Lead him to believe that he has at last struck a place where white Help yourself along by becoming popular and push your friends with you Its dead easy Be a good fellow and soon youll have a procession of followers No man ever helped knocking other people down in character and business No man ever got rich by trying to make others be ieve he was the only man in town or the only man in knew any thing You cant climb the ladder of by treading on others corns Keep thee corns Keep off the corns anddont knock Youre not only There are others and they have brains and know something as well as you no end minding your business It makes other people like you a knocker Dua t be one BegoocL a feo allayed ShawHall married Western Union Notwithstanding showed- us principles with I speculative town ople live Dont knock townwho There s off up gets stuck l I c breaking anthems accompanied comparison human himself success oft the own Nobody on t- n1 r The Congressional Fight The district convention convened at Sfielbyville Tuesday to nominate a democratic candidate for congress The contest horn Garrard has cut quite a figure and as this county seems the bone of we give the following from the Louisville Times Politicians admit that the situation is one of the most complica ted that has presented itself in a po laical convention in Kentucky in years No candidate to throw his strength to either of the others if he could If any one should attempt this it is declared that the hindmost man would switch a suffi dent number of votes to lock up things just as tightly as before If a nomination is not made some time to day or to night opinion expressed by numerous politicians is that none will be made by the convention Then of course it would be necessary to primary and the contestants G G Gilbert Harvey Helm and D L Moore say now that they will be starters The convention adjourned Tuesday after several recesses until Wednesday te await the report of the Committee on Credentials which was delayed by contests When the convention Vernon Richardson of Boyle presented the majority report of the Committee on Credentials which seat ed the Moore delegates from Garrard county headed by Jas I Hamilton A report was filed by Thos I Smith of Madison to seat the Helm delegation from Garrard After con siderable wrangling as to the proce of the debate Chairman Roach decided that the minority should pre sent its case first and R II Tomlinson of Garrard tookthe stage and pre sented the report in astrong speech The Garrard contest the East Park precinct J Mort Rothwell of Garrard made the for the majority report The Helm men wanted James N Denny who presided over the Garrard county convention to be heard Chairman Roach said Mr Denny was a witness before the Credentials Committee atd should not be allowed to take the stand Judge Hughes for the Moore men said he had no objection to Mr Denny being heard and the latter proceeded to describe what the convention lIe declared the Helm men had ninetylive men in the convention and Moore had seventy seven After a lively argument the minority report defeated by a vote of 44 to 37 and the majority re port was then adopted by the same vote This seatedthe Moore delega tion while the delegation privilege of the floor without votes The determination of the Garrard contest gave Gilbert 35 Helm 29 and Moore 24 votes in the convention LATEK As we go to press Thurs day afternoon nothing has been done and the prospect for reaching a is unchanged The Right Spirit This office has just printed another big supply of envelopes for the Pee ples Bank of Paint Lick the order requiring the work of a steam press for two days The managment of the Peoples Bank believe in having done at home that is all work which can be done by their friends and customers they give to them Mr known among business men as being very tasty and particular in selection of writing material forms etc in fact he is by this like he is in all other business matters right up totheminute This spirit of stand ing up for Garrard county speaks vol ums of praise for the Peoples Bank IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis CommencingSunday June2GthKen tuckys popular line the Henderson Route will inaugurate a safe andFas Day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment gen erally of all trains between these pointsThree daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St LouisLeave Louisville 830 a m 9p m and 7 a m Arrive St Louis 616 720 a m and 616 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as ffne as on any train operating in or out of Ken tuckyThe 830 train through with change of cars will be Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining and high back seat passenger coachesThe Cars outlay trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only you get Ali trains will leave from and arrive in Jibe Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent Union Sta tion St Louis In purchasing your ticket to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and theHen derson Route He will have them in stock and will Ue glad to ticket you that way be satisfied in every with the accommodation and train that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official for Kentucklans 71 tf LOST About June 13 ofgold spectacles Lost grounds for return to of r 74tt would the calla assembled mil ority min ri y hinged- on argument happened- In nomination Kemper is pm a m composed- of Cars for liat respect Lib f 3 i t 7 contention be willing was unseated was y rants l everything new You will service Route near show ice xaw e FINE WHEAT CROP Investigation Shows CropT o B e Far Above an Average Though Acreage is QuIto Small Farmers are busy cutting wheat Itturns out that the yield is splendid I considering the unfavorable signs ear ly in the Spring Many slowed under their crops and are now kicking them selves for doing so Mr II A B Marks bury tells us the yield will average about in the county and indications pol tto good prices The Lexington Leader after a careful in vcstigation says with a good season Central Kentucky generally produces a good crop of wheat in many cases though not the 25 to 40 bushels to the acre But such years are exceptional now though in the first half century of Kentuckys settlement it quite common This year proves to be a good one for the farmer so far as the wheat crop and other small grain crops is concerned We learn from the farmers that the average crop is the best years There is little or no complaint of the fly The rain falls have been regular and opportune and all conditions Cut worms were very bad in many sections and would have dune more damage had not corn planting been late and followed by good hot sunshine which drives them into the the whole the hemp crop is good and past the danger point with a good stand But wheat has grown right along unmolested by pests and ma tured finely The ripening has how ever been about ten days later than usual owing to the backwardness of the season but the turn out is good ant the grain line we are informed holds off a great deal of wheat will be cut Farm labor for this work Is scarce but the farmers are bending every energy to get their crops off the ground as soon as possible No Fakirs Monday Not fakir worked on the streets Monday Usually a clothing man and a patent medicine fakir gull the peo pie with a lot of trash and take away many dollars of the peoples good mon ey Why people will buy from them is one of the wonders of the day If you want clothing deal with your merchants who will make good any unsatisfactory sale and if you want medicine go to your druggists who cannot afford to sell you anything but the best Dont be gulled by the street fakirs smooth gab Lancaster Juvenile Band The above is the title of a brass band now being organized in this city by the little boys and the prospects for success are very flattering Mr Keifer who has charge of Conn Bros carriage and painting department is an old band man of much experience and he has kindly consented to teach the boys They have several of the instruments but have to buy some and to do this they must hustle An ice cream suppe will be given in the park tomorrow Friday night and the boys hope their friends will turn out and help give them a good start The members are Bristow Conn Arthur and Adolph Joseph Thurston West Allen Maurice Ashley Dick Burnside Kinnaird Cosby Lo gan Lige Ford and Ed Williams Two or three others will be added Additional Personals Mr R G Ward of Cincinnati was here a few days this week Miss Marie Schilling of Richmond is visiting Miss Elsie Zimmer Misses Frankie and Lee Herring of Marksbury are guests of Miss Katie DentonMiss Nell Dillion has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Versailles Miss M A Stevens of the D D Institute Danville is at home for the summer vacation Mrs J S Johnson and little children Allen and Florence are visiting rela tives in Richmond EditorJas M Racer of the Berea Citizen was here last week and made The Record office a pleasant calL Mrs Sallie A Collings and Mrs Emr rine Jennings of Spencer county have returned home after a visit to their sister Mrs A B Brown Sr who has been very ill but is now able to be out again Mr George White of Richmond spent a day in Lancaster and was given a warm reception by his many friends White is one of Madisons bighearted noble gentle so happy as when doing a good for a friend Mr Ralph Thompson who made a number of friends whenhere in ad vance of street has resigne his and accepted an agency Provident Savings Insurance Co will make his headquarters several months writfng Danville Advocate Miss Dannie Gaines arrived Saturday from Musko gee 1 T where for the past three months she has been time guest ofthe family of Mr and Mrs Sim Slaughter Mrs TCurry Is visiting daughter Mrs F D Galaes I I crop on averagefrom I n I hempfields harvestinglast one I j I VIrgIl turn with Lancaster insurance h r tjj hal was excellent Sc men never the fair time Life and Lancaster R FOR Bargains should attend the Closing out Sale OF NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR Unlimited of the House at Manufacturers Cost Jf you are in need of Clothing Shoes Mats Furnishing Goods Etc you should call at once before your size is gone Bring the CASH with you as we will not under any f stances let any goods go out ofhouse unless they C ARE tzc o t I I E lOGAN DHY GOODS JOJYJFANY SLAUGHTER r I r w 1 o rt cir PAIDFOR II T LOGANic S n9 rz firs a t you P r i t- N t v iii- a g- L r F J SENSATIoNAL SALE Choice r c Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co WE ARE Not as Yet i S but you cant lose anything by a Before You Buy Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED Get our prices on CHAMPION DRAW CUT MOWING MACHINES O i i t o oi 0 I AT COST o o i Look Around A LITTLE BIT o o 2 II II i 0 0 0t0- I g SELLING OUT o o aIr- M I f Best Hay RakesMade And our pices will suit you I I HASELDEN ROBINSON I II L w r z I f I CENTRAL RECORD JitieJ Ytfftty iGQ ir 3r I LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Xy at SecondClan Matt Matter M Lancaster Kgt Tidy i 1904 One of the most amazing things In connection with the burning of the big steamer General Slocum is fact that it seems in nowise to have affected the movements of pleasure V seekersor to have checked the crow ding of excursion boats Dispatches noted the passing of such boats by the wreck of the of them hav V ing on board 2000 passengers After 5 the burning of the Iroqusis theater w last winter theater attendance was v lessened for a time all over the coun Q try and in Chicago even if the hous es had not been closed it would have been impossible to get a A good audience together Are New Yorkers more stolid or more reckless 0 than the rest of the world The Kepublidan National Conven tion wasted little time in selecting its ticket last week Mr Roosevelt receiv ins every vote in sight while Hon Charles Warren Fairbanks of Indi- A ana was nominated for vicepresident in almost less time than it takes tell it There were a number of good speeches made our townsman Gov Bradley completely capturing delegates with his speech seconding Roosevelts nomination The Demo cratic nominations will be made in a few days and then the people will be burdened with political gab for the next five months The electric chair was adopted as a means of executing murderers on tlie ground that it was the least cruel method and because its swift action involved none of the horrors some times incidental to death by But what could be more horrible than the affair at Columbus Ohio last week when the prisoner revived twice and death only came after the third shock Such happenings go far to strengthen the sentiment against cap ital punishment It need not be assumed that the curriculum of the Texas college which means to make the Bible its principal text booK will be in any way narrow If all the lines of thought and inves tigation suggested by the Bible are followed up the education obtained may be truly liberal The Indianapolis Medical Society says that in order to keep well hot weather meats vegetables and fruits are to be partaken of sparingly It is hardly necessary to say this to people who do their own marketing and the advice is equally unnecessary to peo pie who board The latter have no other choice than to eat sparingly The defense in case of the Indiana children who ducked their teacher icy pond last winter was that the act was performed in a spirit of fun The fun probably seems less joyous to them now that their parents are can ed on to pay damages to the teacher A dying book agent at Chicago was found to be the possessor of 12934 in cash We are not sure but that this is a story invented to invite better treat ment of book agents TheTacoma Wash News remarks editorially Murder is always and creates indignation It is encouraging to note such progress in the ethical thought of the far west Crude oil to inwardly is the latest widely advertised cure but well there are some worse things than consumption The doctors are again telling howdan gerous are iced drinks in summer but it is not noticeable that there is any decrease in the soda water trade The nomination of Mr Fairbanks has crowned Indianapolis as the city of vicepresidential candidates An Oklahoma man has distinguish ed himself spanking bis law MARKSBURY Mrs Allen Saddler and children of Lexington visited relatives here last weekMr and Mrs N H Bogie have from a ten days trip to the St ExpositionMr of Louisville was the guest last Thursday of his uncle Mr T I Herring Messrs Mack Moore and Fleece called on friends at Paint Lick Sunday afternoon MJ aqd Mrs J S Johnson attended services at the Fork Sunday and dined with friends Miss Bertie Bourne of Bettis been spending several days with Kinnaird Bourne and wife Miss Mamie Underwook of Hubble is expected to spend a few days wteek with Miss Mary Chesnut Mr Oliver Boner has returned to after spending a few days with his cousin Tom Chesnut Misses Sallie and Lee Herring are the attractive guests of Misses Forrest Denton at Paint Lick Mrs Tom Barker entertained a few friends Friday at a dinner Miss Barkers day i r g 2 1 i I g Q the- o Slocum one probably too the- o i 2 Q Q hangings Q 2 2 o f 2 g in I I I I unpleasant betaken I consumption 1 by returned Louis Herring I J birth I 1 0 4 0 an mother Danville Band t be fourteenth t s n ate as at to Crop aru growing rapidly Bince ILe rain The election passed off very quietly at our precinct htbt Saturday Mr Joe A Russ bought last week of Mr Joe Simpson a nice bunch of hogs at4cSmall pox is scattered through this section some have been Uncle Joe Simpson has completed his new dwelling house and it adds much to our town Mr and Mrs Boone Sanders Mr and Mrs Wm Jones of Buckeye attended church here last Sunday and visited fi lends and relatives Mrs John Payne and son Johnnie who once lived here but now reside in Mercer were here last week visit ing their many friends The little baby of Uncle Joe is suffering with whooping cough and has been but is some better is hoped that it will recoverMr Prather who went linois last spring to work has to the land that he loves He says thousands of others say there is no place like home Brother A J Pike filled his pulpit Freedom last Saturday at 3 p m and Sunday at 11 a m and preached a large and attentive audience The Sunday school is well attended and much interest is taken Praise the Lord J B and S P Curtis bought last week in Lincoln county GO feeding hogs and turned them in their wheat which is the best crop in the neigh borhood Wheat harvest is OR now and the crop is far better than was considered some time back Old brother Tim Logan attended church here last Saturday and Sunday His friends who are numbered by the were indeed glad to see and with him around the altar of prayer where we with him have the blessings of God in days gone by May Gods blessings rest upon our dear old brother BEDNA VISTA Master Harold Scott has been on the sick list A T Scott bought of John Brim one cow and calf for 34 Wm Christopher sold to W P Ruble one cow and calf for S35 Mrs Wm Johnson of Burgin is the guest of her mother Mrs Spoonamore Mrs Sarah Spoonamore returned last week from a visit to her daugh lets Mr J J Poor and wife spent last Thursday with relatives in Nicholas ville Miss Virgie Worrell will begin her school at Linden Dale school house July llth The Prohibition Alliance of this place will give a picnic soon to whit all are invited Mrs Armstrong and Miss Bennett of Bryantsville spent a part of last week with the family of S W Pour James Spoonamore Isom Christ pher and Ben Securest attended the Tournament in Lancaster Friday Miss Mildred Clark who has been the pleasant guest of Miss Bessie Bol ton for three weeks will return to her home in London Friday Miss Bolton will accompany hot Miss Ruby Duncan the eflicient clerk at W II Duncans left Sunday for her sisters at High Bridge Miss Duncan will soon begin the public school at Hanley Jessamine county Mr Bradley inspector for The Ken tucky Growers InsuranceCompanyof Lexington was in our village Satur day looking after the companys in terest here The manager of the East Tennessee Telephone company at Harrodsburg was here last weekcontemplating the construction of a line from this place to Harrodsburp STONE J H Raney remains quite ill W H Moberley is convalescent Preston is on the sick list Barber shop at Stone is progressing nicely Next Teddy the little son of Mr and Mrs H G Fowler is quite sick After several days acute pain and suffering old brother Cobb is on his feet again H Clay Fowler is in Kansas prospect ing and if suited will purchase a farm and there Dont forget the Sunday school at Scotts Fork C M Moberley superin tendent None better than he The plums mentioned a few weeks since as growing on a peach tree at F N Folgers are now fully developed ap ricots J T Stone spent five days last week and only took about pounds Guess the fish were prepar lor the National Conventions Everybody far and near is now and hereby invited to attend Sunday school at Scotts Fork Picnic just ahead free boat ride children who each Sunday J F Stone did not work any last week on his boat but the whole of this will be work work work on the boat Now boys bring the girls with you Itis going to be a thing of beau ty of its and clean as a new pin Uncle Charlie Mitchell and Bill Tea ter pumping gas into tanks every day to the sion 7 11 I Simpson bad nowIt returned enjoyed evening n W G remove Sing and- S tothe attend prop l t 1 f ti i and quarantined very toIl a- tc i flshin fifteen are their preparatory r wYifR t Mrs John Luckuy has been quite sick Mrs W K Warner will begin teach school on tlje 4th ol July Miss Bessie Gulley visited Miss Mary Thompson in Lancaster last week Mrs Mollie Turner of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs Will Broad dust The Ladies Aid Society of the church meets with Mrs P G the 30th Mrs Dee Gulley of Lancaster her parents Mr and Mrs John Lackey recently Mr John Kelley who has been in St Louis for several months returned home last week Mrs Charlie Tarter and children of Somerset are visiting relatives and friends at this Thompson Hill and family of Buckeye were visitors of their daugh ter Mrs Walker Bradshaw last MANSE Mr J H White and wife of Lincoln county visited here this week Mrs Towles Walker and Wm Walker have returned from Leba non where they have been visiting several weeks Mr Will Crow Doty and sister Fran kye left Wednesday for St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair and will go from there to Columbia Mo where they will visit relatives J9 Ji Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 have a nice line of Clothing all kinds Electric and Stetson Hats The Celebrated 5 shoes all Styles Qualities and prices Try one pair of our 500 Shoes they are strictly guar anteed It will pay you to investigate CHAMP GO Paint Lick Ky 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 0 I ill Buckeye Warner visited Sunday Stewart UNDERT AKER lJJ1l1 JCHAMP CO I II n rpW M liit li fAr t this placer BEAZLE strte CLOSING OUT Spring and Summer dress goods of all kinds Slippers We do not mean to carry any thing over Our shelves must be emp tied for FALL and WINTER stock And we make our prices so attractive that you are sure to buy upon inspecting our goods Nothing old Everything the best and in up to the minute style Give us a call See our mattings nice enough for the Parlor and cheap enough for the kitchen PAINT LICK KY i r 0 0i 0 0 81 0 r 3 II l it 0 0 0 8 Ij I 0 III 10 fi1 i I 0o m B c fj McWhorter Estridge 13 sJi1J li1IiifiIiJl3 E iWm fJ t I t L McWhorter o and- o ai 0 o- II I i Q 03ooo oo 0ooo os oooooa o ooo O o Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville flat ists For quick delivery and pretty llowers call him at Phone 61 1Stf Extra early Cabbage first class To matoes Sweet Potatoe plants three first class plants Joseph Faul coner 429 tf Plants ICeller 1 iP4 ri We repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTS DRUGGIST USE GUARANTEE it We refund your money or DJ AUroMoM How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the correct answers to that question The Royal Tailors of Chicago are going to give away ten high grade automobiles including both touring cars and runabouts ranging in price from 650 to 5000 each There will also be eight cash prizes of i oo each for early estimates The total number of paid admissions to the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1893 was 21480141 to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo in 1901 8295073 St Louis 1904 you say Let us take your order now for your new or overcoat you are entitled to one guess for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and price always the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed C Ll j a KDETM EMB ILL V ten nearest r springs it J satisfiedcustomers ri j jK D EE a ry CHALLENGE ALL COMERS by Captain and Catcher Plano Binder Chattanooga Disc Plow Disc Hasrow J 2nd Base s 3rd Base Tiger Corn Planter BrownManly Cultivator night Field Tiger Hay Rake Left Field Richmond Champion Drill Short Stop Pittsburg Perfect Fence Subs Tiger Cultivator Champion Corn Mgrs Ox Fertilizer Buena Vista Fair Field Fair Deal Let those entering for best 10 acres of Wheat Fertilized care fully measure off 10 acres No allowance for cornshock spots 0 00iiJ 0jj ijJirJ 0i0jifi 15ijijJi m Ito I 1 The Postle Base 11 Nine I B 1 P tuua 0 It S 1st Base Chattanooga Plow I Field Plano Mower I 0 DrillS 10 I k a8f I fi iitj rrmrm ffirffiY lj a p Pitchers SB Centre PERSONALS Miss Gertrude Noel is visiting Miss Jessie Duty Solon Herring of Louisville is relatives here Harry Robinson of Danville was a visitor here Thursday Miss Lavinia Pope of Lexington is visiting relatives here Mr Hillary Partee of Nashville was here a few days this week Miss Anna Noel of Danville has been visiting Mrs E W Harris Miss Mamie Lillard of Danville is the guest of Miss Theo Ilemphill Mrs Joe McGill of Cincinnati is visiting Mr and Airs Brcthitt Brown Mr Brown Anderson of Nicholas vile was a visitor here the past week Miss Alberta Anderson entertained a few friends at tea Tuesday evening Mr Wallace Withers and Miss Law of Stanford were visitors here Sun dayMiss Louise Farris accompanied Miss Bodine to her home iu Springfield for a visitMisses Hilton of Brodhead have been visiting their sister Mrs It II Batson Misses Ida Mae and Lillie are visiting Mrs Mary Hunter of Crab Orchard Mrs W M Zanone is at the bedside of her father Mr Alex Traylor of Stanford Miss Susie Zanone has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends Marvel Millinery Store Leaders in Ladies HEADWEAR See Our Lovely Belts Miss Ada Dickerson 1A1 i i J visiting f Dale Grant Stanford fi 1 s i 1 i Ii g1 i I Y i i 7- I S Mrs W C Price Mr Graham Price and wife of Danville were visitors here Sunday Mrs Joe Arnold and handsome son of Richmond peen visiting Mrs George Farris Mr and Mrs J E Stormes left Friday for a visit to St Louis fair Colorado and California Mrs Adams and son and Mrs Thos Dunn of Texas have been visiting Mrs TB Robinson Misses Nellie and Josephine Warren of Stanford were guests of their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan Mrs Duncan and son of Nicholas yule have been visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Ilaselden Mr and Mrs Shelton nee Miss Maud Pope of Lexington are guests of her uncle Mr W II Pope Mrs BF Hudson and daughter Miss Lizzie Monday for a visit to the St Louis exposition Miss Mayme Ballard of Bryantsville was the charming guest of Miss Ethel West Danville avenue Misses Katie Lee Denny Jane and Mary Doty are visiting Miss Kellie Peyton of Lexington Lexington Herald Miss Norma El more of Lancaster here wits friends for a short visit Beltie Anderson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs T S Browning of Lexington The friends of Mr W B Burton are sorry to hear of his illness and hope to hear of his recovery soon Mr Fred Frisbie wife and son Dr W S Beazley wife and son are spend ing several days in Middlesboro Miss Faris who has been visiting her brother Dr Chris Faris has re turned to her home in Kirksville Several dances were giveu at the New Mason Hotel the past week in honor of the visiting boys and girls Mr and Mrs Joe Falconer of Mid dlesboro are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a handsome son Miss Katharine Haselden of Dan ville was visiting Mr and Mrs Ilaselden during the Tourna mentMrs Georgia Lusk is expected home today from Knoxville where she a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs Sam Miller Miss Bertha Iloretsky who has been the popular and attractive guest of Miss Mary Arnold left Monday for her home in Texas Miss Gene Dick and brother Donald who have been visiting friends have to Crab Orchard Misses Annie and Minnie Cotton Danville and Jennie Burnside of Bryantsville visited Miss Lena Rig ney during the Tournament Miss Francis Fogg who has been with Miss Mary Burnside left Wed nesday for a visit to relatives in Rich Ov oA left I Raymond returned have s Hiss ha Shad o jn UK before returning to her home In Frankfurt Walton of the Stanford Journal was here Monday Miss Minnie Johnson will open her school atHickman July 5th Miss Daisy Pope of Barbourville is the guest of her sister Mrs W H Smith Miss Allie Dunn of lower Garrard is visiting the family of Squire Sam JohnsonMrs Price has returnde from a visit to her son Mr W C Price of Danville Little Miss Lelia Smith of Barbour vale is visiting her cousin MissMaud Elsie Smith Misses Lillian Bright and Emily Letcher of Danville are guests of Mrs W R Cook Miss Carrie Fowler of Pendleton Ind and Indian apolis are visiting their cousin Mr W H Pope Mrs J B Skinner and son of Nicho lasville have been guests of Miss Ln cretin Skinner Mrs Skinner is the popular principal of the school in Nich olasvilleThe cards have been re ceived by friends Jonas Price Rucker Francis Shugars Married Thursday June the sixteenth nineteen hundred and four Newport Kentucky- At Home after June twenty sixth Ford Kentucky Capt W J Kinnaird wife and little daughter Harry Beard have been vis sting his parent Squire W II Kin naird and wife The Captain and fam ily will leave in a few days for San An tonio Texas where they will reside in the future A dainty card announces the birth of William Clark Wherritt Jr The young man is the son of Mr W C Wher ritt formerly of Lancaster but now soliciting freight agent for the N railway at New Orleans Many Lan caster friends extend congratulations to the parents and wish William Jr a long life of happiness Lexington Democrat Word has been received here that Miss Lillian Leavell of Bryantsville who attend ed the Conservitory of Music here last term won the vocal contest for young ladies held at Lancaster Friday A large number of the towns of the bluegrass were represented in this contest and the fact of Miss Leavells winning reflects great credit not only upon her splendid talent but also up on the local institution where she re ceived much o f her training under Prof Oscar Ehrgott 75th Mile Stone On Sunday June 19th a host of and friends gathered at the hospitable home of John M and Nancy Palmer near Point Leavell to enjoy hospitality and join with them in celebrating theseventyfif aniver sary of that noble old man John M Palmer To these two good old peo pie fourteen children were born and all of them have grown to manhood and womanhood except three The eleven that are living are all married but one and all were with their father and mother on this day except one and most of their grandchildren and one great grand child were present They were sorry that Miss Lena Palm er of Kirksville their oldest grand child could not be with them she be lug in Kanas City Mo visiting rela tives and friends The children pres ent were Mr and Thos Palmer of Lex ington Mr and Mrs Robert Palmer Mr George Palmer Mr and Mrs Wm West Mrs Emma Higginbotham Mr and Mrs H T Traylor Mr and Mrs M Johnson of Lincoln Mr and Mrs F F Burke of Boyle and Mrs Hitt nines of Nebraska her husband cot being able to be there their friends were Mr Lowdes and son Mr John Anderson and Mr and Mrs W P Prewitt A day was spent with those good old people and will long be A most elegant and sumptuous dinner was enjoyed It was late in the afternoon when the guests took their departure for their respective homes- f feeling that another day in the cycle of time had been delightfully spent and may those two good old people be permitted to live many more hat p years W P P Crab Orchard Fair and Racing July 272829 Dont foi get dates 71tf Miss llowlng I Land their remembered f- Ed Ethic Fowler yf evening relatives delightful Association ROMANS ELMOREI r Buggies Surries 1 o t Phaetons Runabouts Q BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTS fin all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We fit you out with any kind ot vehicle you want and our prices are low See our stock and you will be pleased We sell the Kauffman Columbus Moyer Brockway Waterton i Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc f I I can Woodhull 1 See our HARNESS and save money I1 i Remember we have OldHickoryWagons 4 IRememberthat we can sell youthe best work made if you want itand wecan show yonthe biggest assortment of medium priced vehicles inthe city Y Mlibt Va tier ft Tttr- I would cough nearly all writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Irid and could scarcely get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its abso lutely guaranteed to cure CoughsColds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoberts Drug Store 1m BIT HEHIION Master Bruce Vanderpool is very sick with rheumatic fever Alex Jennings of Lock No 8 is quite ill with typhoid fever Miss Maud Mitchell of Stone was the guest of her sister Mrs W T Grow SundaySamuel Duncan who stuck a nail ic his root a few weeks ago is able to be againWe favored with nice showers frequently and crops are looking well Mr and Mrs W N Grow and Mr and Mrs W L Grow were with Mrs E T Scott Sunday The Mt Hebron Sunday school will give a picnic at the Danville the 4th of July Miss Mae Montgomery spent and Sunday with her cousin Miss Jennie Lee Montgomery Miss Edith Montgomery of Bryants ville spent from Saturday until with Miss Edna Scott Miss Leola Scott returned home Saturday from a weeks visit with Miss Jennie Lou Rogers neat Danville Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye were the guests of their daughter Mrs Lloyd Sanders Sunday and at tended preaching Rev Mahoney of Stanford was with us Sunday in the absence of our Rev J I Wills He delivered a very touching gospel sermon Mr Brack Grow of Missouri but formerly of this county and Mrs Pea chic Grow were quietly united in wedlock at the brides home on the 23rd ultRev J 1 Will officiating May peace and happiness their steps Win Penns 22 acres yielded an aver age of 201 bushels of blue grass seed to the acre Dr C W Mathers sold Mc Clintock Co 42 82 lbs lambs at 5 They shipped a double deck of lambs Thursday to Jersey City N J Jas Ferguson purchased Ed Graces share in the Ferguson crop of 1800 bushels- of blue grass seed at 30c per bushel Connell Bros sold to Frank Barton of Cynthiana 15 yearling mules for 875 each C C Clarke sold about 60 head of 1400 Ib cattle to Simon Weil at Kentuckian The high point for Kentucky cattle was reached last week when Joseph Landauer of Missouri sold 609 head of mashfed cattle to the beef trust at Sic per pound The sale was made to Louis Pfelzer and Tom Goss ot Lou isville the cattle were shipped to the various packing plants of the trust in Chicago Kansas City Omaha and other cities The 500 cattle weighed 650000 pounds an average of 1300 Ibs to the head The cattle were all fed at the distilleries around Louisville and were probably the best that have been shipped from the State this year Mr Landauer who lives in the West has been dealing in Kentucky slopfed cattle for three years and each year he has sold the lot that brought the top of the market Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all that is done by boards of health and charitably inclin ed persons the death rate among small children is very high during the hot weather of the summer months in the large cities There is not one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by the timely use of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale by Frisbles Drug lm Three months after marriage a tries to swap he romantic novels for a cook One Recommendation Sold Fifty Boxes of Cliatuberlana Stomach and Liver Tablet I have I believe sold fifty boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets on the recommendation of one lady here who first bought a box of them about a year ago She never tires of telling her neighbors and friends about the good qualities of these Tablets M Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant purga tive effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladies every Divorces are so common now that they are no longer considered good theatrical advertisements Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Tea Ycar of Safterlng I wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge of Martinsville Va Isuffer ed from chronic diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any relief Last summer one of my children was taken cholera morbus and I procured a bottle of this remedy Only two doses were re quired to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself and all of bottle before 1 have never since been troubled with that complaint One cannot say too much in favor of that medicine This remedy is Frisbies Drag Store lm 11 long refresh- Ing Monday pastor 51cParis tore woman did not use night Alexandria waterworks Saturday attend probably Lady DrugStore After permanent with one I was well and wonderful for sale l F Business and Bargains Felt Worlds Fair Hats the latest See them at the Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson Reduced prices it The Worlds Fair Felt Hats are at tracting wide attention We have a large wellselected stock See them Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dlckersoo tf The Worlds Fair Felt Hats are all the go See them Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Baled hay for sale Banks Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons To have a genuine old fashioned good time visit the fair and races at Crab Orchard July 27 28 29 tf Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson 63tf Oats Corn and Hay for sale Bank Hudson 63tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Wardrobes folding beds etc at Hamilton Dunlaps 56tf For Sale some choice milk cows 2t Mrs Mary Walden Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Remember the Crab Orchard Fair July 27 28 29 71tf D Japalac varnish makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Dunlaps 56tf Fort extra nice For Sale good McCormack binder In good condition Apply at this of fice or to W R Cook tf Marksbury Sun sell hemp seed millet seed oats and corn See them before buying The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby Smith Currey Agts We have the very best cultivated hemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son I will pay 14c per doz for eggs and sell granulated sugar 20 Ibs for 100 520tf R A Stone Rent About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near Bryantsville 527tf Mrs Hallie B Sweeney For Sale Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky I am inthe market for hemp and wiil pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan ware house R M West 34tf We have German Millet seed oats and corn nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp seed on liberal terms tf II A B Marksbury Son Piano fop Sale A good Upright Piano almost new used but little Apply at this office 610tf Fine Boarding at St Louis If you want the best at lowest prices when in S t Louis stop at 5428 Maple Avenue Elegant rooms fine location 20 min utes walk from Fair Grounds Mrs J C Bogle proprietor G 10 tf The following Lancaster Graded School Bouds will be redeemed Ju ly 1st 1538535565Wm Pres J B Kinnaird Secy Good gentle family mare for sale Apply at Record office 617tf Notice to Taxpayers City taxes of 1904 are now due and I must have the money Will find me at Police court room 610tf S D Rothwell Collector Cut Flowers Orders taken for Tournament June 22 23 and 24 J C Thompson Show rings in forenoon races and paces in afternoon at Crab Orchard Fair July 27 28 29 71tf The best horses in the state will be at the Crab Orchard Fair July 27 28 29 71tf The best and biggest of all Crab Orchard Fair 71tf We have 45 acre tract land and two beautiful and convenieut houses and lots situated just outside of the town limits of Lancasteron Danville street which we will sell at fair prices and on terms t o suit purchaser Will make division into town lots or small tract and on the easiest terms of pay ment West Sweeney 0 L Haramack F H Koehler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special fined without Blacksmithing Repairing Work Guaranteed to give Hudson34tf SALEFortyfive DanvilleKy CrabOrchard on 6242t For Sate Co t your orderfor AND S t Marvel washes tf For accommodations 01LHammaok orders delay Satisfaction A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and Kentucky itrnrnrnrnrnrnfiU1UnnnnrnrnrmnlmnrnnU J gyrosUUU1U1U j j1 j UU1U1UUj1U U UUUUUUj1U1UUjUnU U Fjank of Br9dntsv ll tantsville SiPi1tl11iii1V pt Conn 14Q11Equipped Ijank Th4 jr DOLLARB President LEO J VAN LAHR E W JEWELL Vice Presidents ONLY ONE And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you may be Any sum from 1 to 5000 will be accepted It you have only One Dollar to spare send It to 1M Pmvi nI 8ovin 8 Bon 1rU 1 Co See Our NewBooklet BANKING BY MAIl All accounts in this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the depositor Inter est Is added January and July and compounded Chamber of Commerce Bldg Cincinnati O 1M pro m nI 8o n s Bonk lru 1 Co Winlleriidou G B Sxviuubroa Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky once over Stormes drug store r I I I J 0- Y W S BEAZLEY G C FARIS Beazley Paris f 1 Office over Thomp ons store Danville st J wrists6De Seasonable Articles Toilet Wartes Soaps Perfumes Talcum Powders Violet Ammonia Bath Tablets Bath Brushes Rubber Sponges Face Powder Sticky Fly Paper Poison Fly Paper Toilet articles of all kinds at the very lowest prices f i 1 rHIS81S Oil Stoves Refrigerators Ice Cream Freez ers Sent on AppIU cation I DRUGSTORE Buggies Buggy Harness i Mount Elkin I it4 s- F z 7 S- V J The kuleru throws its dim light c ily jut far cubugh forgone o step JJiit as only one step at a time can be taken that S of light is large enough to walk in It may seem to be slow 9 nromess but it is sure progress nevertheless i i oovvo CHXiCOOOto OOOOQ 1 Piro 1 j isI C l l Z1 6I4J1T i i- I ease cannot be blamjed for the desire to get well quick But even on the road to health we can only take one step at a time Sufferers from lung trouble who have cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery tes 5 tify that with each days use of the med 2 icine the progress to health is marked 9 The cough lessens the hemorrhage stops 6 the body gains in flesh and the strength X grows measurably Dr Pierces Golden 9 Medical Discovery cures obstinate 5 coughs bronchitis bleeding lungs X and other diseases which if 9 neglected or unskilfully treated termin ate fatally in consumption In husband had a severe cough v and also neuralgia writes Mrs Bettie E Jj Payne of For nearly three years his cough was so bad he could not lie S down at lIe got no relief from the doctors we employed so he purchased two t bottles of Dr J and took a two hours After the first four doses we could see People who are sick with lung be n emaciation ais Discovery I that Iris was better and he rested fairly well that The doctor said it was consumption jf it was the two bottles of Golden Medical cured him nothing else did We thank to directions I have recommended them to three of my friends and results Doctor Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleansa the bowels and stimulate the sluggish Kver Discovery Dr Pierce for what his medicines have done for us we can recommend them and feel that we are something that will cure if used according hBllh1llllUIllJiW j- jI FLAT WOOD W II Furr sold 10 hogs to J C Fox for S412JC J C Fox bought of S Archer some for S412JC Rev Baird preached at Good Hope Sunday last W H Furr sold 24 lambs to S Mor gan for 8530 per 100 lbs Ina Scott of Flatvvood spent last week with Kaeie Melvin of Preach ersvllle There will be preaching at Lawson Cormeny also Ilolbert and Clinton Bastia No 1Itv Shown For years fate was after me contin uously writes F A Oulledge of Ver bena Ala I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c atMcRob erts Drug Store im bythespentSunday I S B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at key Davidsons r R Pen Taylor bought at Mt Court 10 yearling steers weight 500 pounds at 41c W M Scheftel the owner of the horse Highball won 320000 on the colts victory in the American Derby Wharton Bros of Keene bought of Merritt Woods 600 bushels of wheat at per bushol Woodford Sun J B Kennedy sold Saturday to L Jo seph 23 head of line cattle that aver aged about 1 GOO pounds This was an extra choice bunch and Mr Kennedy received Cc per pound for the lot Paris Kentuckian Chamberlains Chollc Chleora and Diarrhoea Kemedv This remedy is certain to be needed in almost every home before the sum mer is over It can always be depend ed upon even in the most severe md dangerous cases It is especially valu able for summer disorders in children It is pleasant to take and never falls to give prompt relief Why not buy it now It may save life For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Sterling I 110 f OLD POINT COMFORT AND THE C O FROM Lexington Kentucky Trains Leave Lexington 1120 A M and 845 p M Shelbyville 130O Mt Sterling 1 100 Frankfort 300 Morehead 1 1 00 Winchester 1 1 50 Tikets Good on Regular Trains of Thursday July i4 3 90 The Famous White Sulphur Springs Historic City of Richmond Old Point Comfort Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Ports mouth Virginia Beach Ocean View are among the attractive features At Low Rates From Old Point SURF BATHING BOATING and FISHING Can be Enjoyed at Old Point Stopover Privileges will be granted East of Kanawha Falls on the return trip Sleeping Car Rates Will Be 350For Berths Lexington to Old Point For Reservations and further address G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky or C O Agents The Greatest Summer trip Tickets will be good returning July 28 1904 H W FULLER GPA G W BARNEY DPAWashington D C Lexington Ky TO SEASHORE ROUTE July 14 11200 delightful SIDE IeIFS information F Tlillrsftay 1904 r a- i PA 5 NT I C Vi O V Tcriii lias p in lo Tin Oxfords fur men mId women iii I L Jennings 7 llf Jack Adams of your city was here one day last week Mrs Tenor of Publes Ohio is visi ting Miss Kate Ely Mr W G Kciuper has returned home after a lentftfiy stay in Ohio Miss Emma Kilkcr of Brownwood Texas Is Mrs Keoliler R L Jennings bargain counter is attracting considerable attention Homer Griggs of Richmond spent Monday night with relatives here Messrs Roger Rucker and Clifford Landerinan spent Sunday in Berry Fresh bread every Friday and Sat urday at R L Jennings 71tf Misses Bettle and Lucy Francis are expected home from St Louis today Miss Jennie Parkes has returned home after a short stay in St Louis Mr and Mrs J W Adams of Done rail are visiting Mrs C B Engleman Jas C Rucker of Stcncga Va was with relatives Monday and Tuesday Miss Sallie Adams is resting easy af ter breaking her ankle last Thursday Mr Chump Shumate is quite feeble at this writing but is still able to go aboutRev C S Young was called to on account of his brothers serious illnessMiss Martha Henderson has return ed home after a pleasant visit to Liv ingston Mr and Mrs Tom Palmer of Lexing ton are yisiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs J II Burke E L a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which he paid from 450 to 550 per hundred poundsMr G Lamb has sold his farm to Mr Trealway of Owsley county for 1750 which makes Mr Lamb a profit of 1200 Miss Louella Arnbld has returned to her home much to the delight of her many friends after attending school in St B Estridge sold a building lot of 3 acres to Oscar Hammack for 400 Mr Hammack will erect a nice it in a short time Misses Sank and Lee Herring two charming young ladies of Marksbury are visiting Misses Katharine and Forrest Denton this week All That Hangs Over Some people seem to be slow to learn that all of a tree and all the fruit it bears over another lot belongs to the man over the line just as completely as if the tree stood over on his land This is not only statute law of every State but is just and right All that extends over the line root and top be longs to the man that owns the land lIe may if he chooses cut away all h roots that extend thro on his land From time imnv rial this has bsen the law All icaoonajic men can see the justice of iu All honest men can see the import of it and will approve the law The foregoing is the law as a Na tional Stockman writer understands it The Georgetown News states that the tobacco merchants of that city who recently sold to the Continental on delivering the weed as it is in order they find that there has been a big decrease in weight a to the seller Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled hick of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it com pletely cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Only 50c Satisfaction guar anteed by R E McRoberts Druggist1m That woman who is most admired isnt necessarily the most admirable womanWorking Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ing up the health Only 25c per box Sold by McRoberts Drug Store 1m Choking Catarrh Cured Your money Back If Hyomel Doe Not Cure You Use Hyomei and be ciued of catarrh is what all who have it for that disease say to thier friends It is the easiest thing in the world to stop catarrh at its beginning if you use Hyomei Just breathe the healthgiving air for a few minutes and andyour catarrh will be cured In this city and neighboring towns there are hundreds who can testify to the remarkable pow er of Hyomei to cure catarrh Manyot the staunchest friends of this remedy today began its use with little hope that they would be but as R E Me Roberts offered to refund the money if it did not cure they decided to try that plan and were soon stored to health linch- uiti 1t1 IJ1I IIIl visiting Arkansas Louis- A cottage- on 1 summer disappointment Joe I n I tried balsamic cured ret 4W 4 Gob 5S It- on Kirksvlllc Fair Fritbiy Saturday July 1510 Over 1500 in PBEMIUMS Best home made cheese a oo Best two pounds butter Bust baked ham 5 00 Best loaf salt rising bread 5 oo- Regtplatc Beaten biscuit 5 00 nest two bottles bomematlo wine 5 oO Host gallon 5 oo Best gallon pineapple sherbet 5 00 Best white cake 500 Bestspongc cake 5 oo Best chocolate cake 5 oo Best white fruit cake Best black cake 20 to first aud 5 to second 1IAKXESS HORSES Best stnlllon mare or gelding over one yearnnd under two 10 to first 5 to second 15 oo Best stallion 2 years and under 3 10 00 Best stalliou3 years and under 20 00 Best stallion t years aud over to first 10 tsecond i co Best phaeton pony under 13 hands 10 00 SADDLE HORSES Best mare 2 years old and under three JQ oo Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under four 20 00 Best walking mare or gelding any age 20 to first to second 55 to Best rockaway mare or gelding shown to rockaway State Dank iTrust Company stake 500 00 The above stake to be shown on July 15 1901 for best saddle stal lion mare or gelding any age of which 100 is reserved for consolation Only horses that show in the State hank Trust Co stake and take no part of the money will be allowed to compete in consolation 5 per cent to nominate amid per cent additional from money winners Money divided as follows 50 percent to the first Jo per cent to the second 15 per cent to the third and 10 per cent to fourth Consolation divided as follows 50 per cent to first no per cent to and 20 per cent to third No ad ditional entrance fee will be charged for consolation and 5 per cent only will be deducted from first division lifOO and 5 per cent only deducted 100 consolation SPEED RING The fastest mare or gelding to be driv en six times around fair ring 25 00 Best boy rider under 11 10 00 Best combined mare or gelding any age 15 to first 10to second 23 00 Best lady rider 10 00 SECOND DAY Best mule colt either sex 10 to Best mule one year old and under two 10 g Best mule 2years old and under 3 10 00 Best mule 3vears and under 1 10 CO Best pair of mules any age 10 to first 5 to second i 15 oo Best mule any age 15 to first 10 to second 25 00 Best mare and colt eIther sex 10 O Best colt mare or gelding get of Rex Arbucklc 15 to tat 10 to 2nd 25 00 SADDLE HOUSES Best mare or gelding four years old and over JO to 1st 10 to 2nd SO 00 Best pair snatched mares or geldings 20 to 1st 10 to 2ud SO 00 Best harness snare 4 years old and over 20to 1st 10 to 2nd 30 00 Best harness gelding 4 years old and- over 20 to first 10 to second 30 OU Best colt regardless of sex under one year 5 per cent to enter and 5 per cent from money winners 50 per cent to 1st 30 per cent to 2nd and 20 10000 mare or gelding any age SO to 1st 20 to2nd 5000 Handsomest girl baby under 1 year 10 00 Handsomest girl baby 1 year old and under HARNESS HORSES Best snare or gelding years and under 3 10 00 Best mare or gelding 3 years and under four SADDLE HORSES Best stallion mare or gelding one year old and under two 10 to first and 5 second 15 00 Best saddle stallion 2 yr and under 3 10 W Best saddle stallion 3 years aud under 4 Best stallion 4 years old and over 2- otolst10to2nd SO 00 HARNESS HORSES Best double team regardless of sex or color or ownership 25 00 Best stallion mare or gelding any age 50 to 1st 3o to 2nd 20 to 3rd 100 00 Model stallion mare or gelding shown to halter 1000 Fancy turnout for road purposes 20 00 Fastest mule five times around track 10 to first 5 to second 15 00 Best mare or gelding 4 years old and over 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd 3000 T J CURTIS President J D SIMMONS Secretary Finest Kind of Offer- If Mtona Does Not Cure Dyspepsia Get Your money Uncle at McKobertn You run no risk whatever in purchasing Miona Natures cure for dyspepsia GUARANTEE I if the purchaser tells me that it has failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two SOc boxes or a months treatment Signed Take M1ona for a month a soc box contains two weeks treat mentand if it does not help you bring back the empty boxes to RE Mc Roberts and he will your money in accordance with the guarantee Red Scotch Dark Barre Montello Quincy and in fact every kind of native and foreign Granite and Marble can be purchased right here in Lancaster For Sample of LETTERINGSee Gill Deny Sraey TWtaf Monuments in Lancaster Cemetery of Work Prices Right larlle forts D r1Yyo i 5 00 Ice cream 00 2j to O or geldIng IS 00 seC- ond percentto lcd RoadsterBest 1000 20 00 20 00 r l I paidforJ return MOUMNTD and youhave Garrard County 5- 4tLtj k4it Friday 4 r0r 13 1J 7 V v m ri LIThe pill that fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without quiver Take one every night DeWitts Little Early Risers are small easy to take easy and gentle in effect yet they are so certain in re suits that no one who uses them is disappointed For quick relief from billiousness sick headache torpid liv er jaundice dizziness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liv er Early Risers are unequaled Sold by R E McRobcrts 1m Weak Hearts arc caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expands swells and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid and heart disease is the tinal re sult Kodol I yspep3ia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes nourish ment strength and health to every organ of the body Sold by R E Mc Roberts HIcltobcrtH asks the readers of this paper who are suffering with indigestion or to call on them at once and get a bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure If you knew the value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer another day Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorongh digestant and tissue building tonic as well It is endorsed personally by hundreds o f people whom it has cured of Indigestion dy spepsia palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and 1m Sheep dogs are thus trained in Tex as A pup is taken from its mother before its eyes are open and put to a ewe to suckle After a few times the ewe becomes reconciled to the pup which follows her like a lamb grows up among the flock and no wolf man or strange dog come near the sheep and the dog will bring them to the fold regularly at any hour in the day at which he is fed Few people realize how much agri oultnrists lose annually from the dep redations of insect pests It is esti mated by government officials that the cotton boll weevil destroyed last year 15000000 of cotton Time pota to beetle cuts of 10000000 yearly from the potato crop The cotton worm has caused a loss of 830000000 in a year And in some years the Rocky Mountain locust has eaten up crops to the amount of 155000000 will will heartbeats n dyspepsia strengthening 5 un- It 4W DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 5 00 botUs cbntaHs 2K times th trlil rz wlls for SO cents E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL D Ji 3i 1i 111 i1 J Jt wr IOIlL THE For sale by R E McPOBERTS Lancaster Ky PCtPAk9 AT LABOtAoRy 3 Upon toiiNif riles Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures them There are many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve made by E C DC Witt Co of Chicago a cure is cer tain Tisdalo of Summerton S I had piles 20 years and De Witts Salve cured me after every thing else failed Sold by It 3 Mc Rotierts im For Congress- We are authorized to announce Hon D I MOOllh of Mercer County as a candidKtu for in tile to succeed HunG subject to tine action of the Demo Your support la earnestly iollil For Congress- We sre authorized to announce lbs heaveHKIM of Loncoln county in a candidate for Congress in the Kigtith district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress- We lire authorized to announce Hon Gcorie J Gluten for renomination as candidate fun Congress subject to of the Democratic party For State Senator We are authorized to announce It I Hub isle of Lincoln as a candidate for State subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce B L PAVDI MI candidate ior nomination Attorney subject to the action of the party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie P Gulley Is a candleate for of Public Schools In Garrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Conic ty Attorney subject to action of the partyFor Supt Public Schools We are authorized to announce Mla Mltti Dunn as a candidate fur nomination for Super intendent Common Schools for Garrard count ty subject to the action cf the Democratic tsar ty For Congress Hou Adam Moreland Lincoln county ha by the 1rohlbi for Congress He is one of the leading citizens and fanners and in the race for Representative last November on this ticket polled 1000 votes i ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN ncasterKentucky Agent riles C eon re s II trlct Gllllert crutlc party tl lie 110 II Senator for Connt Demo- cratIc Carpenter of ts tis their Inndltlnte mnkln M N V si Iiisays ted soN Democratic LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pro ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcbooo SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RiaNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold 3 3 S 5 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY 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