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T71 LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 8 1904 rr1 REcORnI nrEEoru ZF11r NU1JLBBU x- N C1TJEAL IPure Water INSURES i keep your cistern I f free from leaves rn birds nests rn hubs and trash IH use IE F fBoodflea1th To EIofall kinds nil Fi1ter cr IR LOOK AT Tills LOW PRICES ON Wall Paper Must make room for our new stock We sell Furniture for CASH and on the easy one three six or twelve months time New line PictureMouldings Pic tures trained to order while you wait Successors Ueazley Co DAVIDSON Attorney At Iaw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business DONT FORGET ffl ARE IN THE LEAD On Summer Dress Goods Laces Rib bons White Goods Em broideries f t iv Fans Belts i- ik i derwear Etc Etc Etc Look over our bargain coun ter when you are in town We have many seasonable goods and useful household articles at greatly reduced prices tMuI 1w INSTALLMENTS payments Hamilton Dunlap to JA RL Handkerchiefs GlovesHosiery RL Jennins Paint1ick t d I HASLBRN fly y A t s 1t1N x i rr Of Local Interest The Fourth passed off quietly Several Lancaster pertplc enjoyed the celebration of the Fourth at Stan ford Monday In to the Finish lion Harre Helms friends say that he is stronger now than before the convention that he was the strongest man then and the conditions have ad ded to his strength lIe is in the race to the end no difference what plan of settlement the committee may adopt Big Ball at Crab Orchard The mid summer ball at Crab Or chard Springs will be given next night the 15th and Manager WJ1 4 lis extends a most cordial invitation to his friends to be present The Lex i ingtnn Military Band which is the j immortal Henry Saxtons band will j furnish music which in itself insures ri a big crowd Services Changed By agreement of pastors the union services will be conducted next dun I day night at the Presbyterian church instead of Baptist church Bro Tinder preaching the sermon Bro Pearce will preach at the Baptist church the j following Sunday night Arrange ment is thus made to accomodate Bro Ellis who will preach at Buckeye next Sunday Ordered to Canada Mr Ed C Gaines who rcprcsonts the Decring branch of the International Harvester Co left Tuesday night for Quebec for special duties pertaining to the machine business The fact J that he was selected from a large number of representatives speaks vol umns of praise for our young towns man who is considered one of the best machine men in the field Hung Fire 1 The above expresses the work of the Democratic convention atsShelbyville j last week More than 150 ballots were taken each resuiting as the first Af ter several days effort to make a nomi nation a resolution was passed order ing a primary election The district committee will now fix the date each candidate says he till a j finish so look out for the fur to fly Tho Union Meetings More interest is manifested in the union meetings this summer than in previous years and indications point to much good being accomplished Sunday night the Christian church was crowded and marked attention given the able sermon dcliveied by Rev Mr Ellis of the Baptist church Next Sunday night Bro Tinder will preach the sermon the services being held in the Baptist church Our Friend Wins More Praise The Records good friend Iron R W Miller of Richmond who by the way is as good gubernatorial timber as can be found in the Democratic party was highly complimented on his speech at convention last week The Courier Journal says Mr Miller more than sustained his wellearned reputation as the leading young ora tor of Kentucky lie held the fixed attention of the convention which seemed determined that not one word of his effort should escape their and at the close of his tenmin utes speech there was a spontaneous outburst of applause Many of those present had never heard him speak and when he was through he was congratulated by scores A Pretty Sight One of the prettiest sights we have ever seen is the gold fish pond of J C Thompson at his handsome on Danville street The pool is probably eight feet long five wide and four deep There are fifty large gold fish which have been trained to come at the ringing of a bell to re ceive their food There are also handsome pond fillies growing in the pool one being imported from Ire land and which blooms out from eight to three oclock erery day Mr has a lovely collection of flowers including many very rare and pretty plants His ginseng beds are quite a curosity and very interesting Mr Thompson does all the work of raising the flowers and plants it being his hobby and he is always glad to show them to his friends many of whom call every day Right Sort of Official Danville Advocate In refusing to grant a license to a Wholesale Brew ing concern to establish a branch house in Danvllle Mayor Fishers act ion meets with the commendation of all rightminded people of the com munity The people of Boyle county while sometimes troubled with illicit liquor selling have on the whole had far less trouble from the liquor curse than ninetenths of the communities of the State and the s itself now and henceforth as far as possible to lend its support to men who respect and protect the prohibi tion laws of the county We do not need a branch brewery here It is one of the last thing in the world the com munity wants and we have profound respect for an officer who has the cour age and to stand flat footed and refuse one license For sale some old corn 78tf JFBoblMon i 9 t U J IJ J U ij and I Shelbyville I hearing M r residence several Thompson j I nerve Friday I light to personally the P I f Make Good Showing Elsewhere in this issue will be found statements of the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick and the Bank of Bryants ville The former has enjoyed its best years business while the later makes a howing The Bank of BryantSAillc is in its first year Heros a Good One Jim Allen says in his Cynthlana Democrat One of the toughest stor icslilccal other stories comes from Ohio It is said that a wellknown farmer fed his horse by mistake a large quanity of poultry food was stock food and that the mistake was not noticed until the horse had scratched up half the garden and showed signs of wanting to set No Dust Now J A Beazley manager of the is succeeding well in keeping the dust away Every morning about tie oclock he takes a section of hose and gives the streets a drenching which keeps the dirt moist all day Anumbar of citizens pay ex tra to have this water thrown In front of their homes and it 16 rather no hear others who pay comment on how it should be done If you cant help pay for this work close your head Closing Accounts The Olllcial Board of the Memorial Metlibdist church of this city its accounts for the cliurch year which ends in August its annual ex hibits being carefully made in all items for publication and permanent record at the coming session of the annual conference of churches next month at Lexington the record of each church member being carefully preserved whilst the young est and smallest of the church organizations of the one constituting the annual convo cation of Central Kentucky its record last year was at the top its for current expense and gospel benevolence met by voluntary offerings per member beyond that of any other church in this com munity or Central Kentucky By fruit ye shall know them provoke one another to good work The Tobacco Crop The Ilarrodsburg Herald says in its opinion the coming crop of tobacco will command a good price Our is based on the tact that the in dependent factories must have stock to run their plants as the Continen tal this year after the tobacco had left the hands of the producer up everything in sight leaving the Independent concerns empty handed Grant it that the Continen tal has sufficient stock to run without the sresent growing is not a fact of mammoth concern will not sit idly by allow the Independents to buy tobacco at a low figure but will go on the market and buy therefore the price will con tinuc at a figure that farmers can af ford to raise it In a nutshell the situation is this The Independents must have this crop and have it early and it is not the policy of the Conti nental to let them have any part of it for nothing Further the Continen tal must have a goodly portion of the new crop to continue in business Resigns as Manager After many years service as mana ger of the Pilgrimage Distillery Cot Jno W Miller has tendered his resig nation which tool effect on the first cf this month Since the Pilgrimage was bought by the trust the work has been constantly increasing until it is now a position of the greatest and labor Mr Miller is conced ed to be one of the best managers in the state his work always being right up to minute and done in the most satisfactory manner The Record of flee has had much business with him both as manager of the and as master commissioner and we have never had the pleasure of deal ing with fairerminded or more reasonable gentleman He has a con tempt for a man who runs off on mouse tracks or is constantly strain ing to save about a sixteenth of a cent on a job of work He pays a living profit for work knows good work and spends his money at home What more goes to make up a useful citizen Best of All The best of all will be the Crab Or chard Fair and Races July 27 28 29 A good band 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 Important Notices This to is notify all indebted to me that I am needing what is owing and must have the money at once Thi is intended for all who owe me and I trust you will call and settle tf Having sold my grocery I desire to sell my furniture and to do this I will beginning on Saturday July 9th offer mv entire stock at auction and every Saturday afternoon until sold sale will begin at 2 pm R A Stone 78 tf I have sold my grocery and must close up my business at once All per sons indebted to me settle at once I can indulge no longer 78tf B A Stone I splendid thinking- it waterworks clos- Ing meeting membership hundred apportionments freewill judgment gobbled cropwhich coursethat Pilgrimage Miss Same Tlllett must there disgusting nothing is and responsibility you Hr y so In Time of Peace Prepare fop War While our citizens are tearing their hair and worrying over who shall warm the seat in Congress there is a matter right here at home which is of vastly more importance to the people of Lancaster and about which our good people had better be looking It is not generally known but three of the City Councilmen whom the people had such a hard fight to elect last Fall have resigned and their places arc to be tilled at the November election J A Beazley resigned to accept the position of manager of the waterworks while Judge Joe S Robinson and E W have handed in their resignations and retired The Record regrets that this fight is to be gone through with again but it has to come we sound the warning now that those who want good economical and NO SALOQNS can buckle on their armor and be prepared for a battle While the saloon people have kept quite for some time yet there is a nigger in the woodpile and the drys had better pick their flints A hint to the wise ought to be sufflci ent Messrs Alex Beazley Jno M and Jno M Logan have been to fill outtheunexpired terms but an election must be held in and the people should bestir and see that Messrs BeazleyLo gan and Duncan or equally as good men make the race BRYANTS VILLE Mrs Glass was in Cincinnati last weekMr Will Glass was in Lexington week on business Miss Mattie May is the guest of friends in in Stanford Mrs R A McGrath Jr visited friends in Broadhead last week Miss Elite King of Lexington is friends and relatives here Misses Mayme Ballard and Mittie Dupn were in Lexington this week Mrs Bettie Peyton of Nicholasville is visiting her sister Mrs Will Glass Miss Margaret Hackley of George town visited friends here last week Miss Bessie Montgomery of Texas is the guest of Miss Jennie Burnside Misses Bessie and Katie Patton spent a few days in Lexington last week Miss Alice Dunn of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Dunn Mr I N Dunn has been quite sick for several clays but is very much im proved Miss Pauline Arnold left this week to begin her school at the Herring school house Master Crud Meglone has returned to his home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs James Leavell and daughters Mrs William Wolfolk and daughters Anna Lue and Margurite Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs W G Hogan and family Messrs Henry Milton and Julian Elliott have returned to North Mid dletown after a visit to their brother Dr W M Elliott Quite a number from here attended the supper at the Thursday evening The supper was a success in every particular and the ladies quite a little sum Mrs Mae has purchased from Mrs Celia Armstrong her line of millinery Mrs Steadman will have a beautiful line of goods this fall and would be glad for all her friends and acquaintances to patronize her Mr Gabe Huffman died very sudden ly at his home in the country Tuesday morning June 28th He had not been sick and his death came as a surprise to his many friends He had been constable here for about fifteen or twenty years He was one of the strongest democrats in the county and his influence will certainly be missed Mr Huffman was nearly sixty years old but was never married He had lived with hiSSister Mrs Chester for a number of years The funeral was held at the Fork church Wednes day morning BUCKEYE I Mrs Herod Ray sold a bunch of shoats Wilbert Ray sold to Chapel parties some corn at 3 per bbl Miss Helen Miles began her school at this place last Tuesday Dr Amon and wife have returned from a visit to the Worlds Fair Robs Long bought a bunch of shoats from different wattles in this locality at 4 per hundred The Misses Buford of Nicholosville have been visiting Misses Fannie and Helen Miles the past week Raney of Stone died last Friday night the burial taking place at Buckeye cemetery Saturday UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just above Presbyterian church UU v 9 approaching Morrow exceed- Ingly government appointed November themselves this Leavell visiting thaI Fork realized Steadman Anderson 1 at tcts Mr Jas J BEAZLE I Duncan 001A lope y ya y in Additional Personals Mrs H C Arnold is seriously ill of pneumonia Mrs E C Gaines is visiting relatives Middlesboro Miss Rella Arnold is in Bryantsville visiting relatives Miss Liza Lunsford is visiting in Livingston Mrs A B Singleton and children are visiting relatives in Richmond and its vicinity Little Pearl Soper is visiting her aunt Mrs H M Spoonamore near Hedgviile Mr and Mrs J E Stormes have TO turned from a delightful trip to the St Louis fair Mrs G M Patterson and daughter Helone left Tuesday for St Louis to attend the Misses Sadie and Nina Hamilton of Louisville are visiting their cousin Miss Minerva Cox Henry Simpson and Cosby Logan have been spending several days at Cumberland Falls Mrs J P Rucker of Ford is visiting her father Mr William Shugars at the New Mason Hotel George Harris left Tuesday for Liv Mr John Anderson left Tuesday for the northern part of Texas where he has accepted a position Rev Charles Reid of Middlesboro has joined his family visit to his mother Mrs Mary Reid Mr and Mrs K F Postle left for Michigan where Mrs Postle has gone for her health Miss Agnes Donahue has returned from Richmond accompanied by Mrs M F Enright and children Henley Bastin who has a position in the electrical building in St Louis has been at home for a few days to Misses Rate and Fannie Henry Miss Marian Patterson who has been with her uncle Mr G M Patter returned to her home in Texas Mrs R L Unnerwood and daughter have been guests oi her sister Mrs F Stevens of Stanford for a few days Mr William Brooks of Cincinnati and sister Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard have been visiting friends here Misses Tine Johnson and Knapp West and Mrs TH Campbell left for the Worlds Fair Miss Johnson will also visit Kansas City We regret to note the continued ill ness of Mr W B Burton at his board ing house in this city He is troubled with rheumatism and has been suffer ing Intense pain but Dr Sid Isbell is bringing him around all right A trained nurse from Lexington i s waiting upon him Danville Louis Gill and W F Logan drove over from Lancaster Friday evening to dance Misses Leila and Ethel Grant who have been spending several days with their grandmother Mrs H A Price at Lancaster have returned home Miss Christine Merritt who has been the guest of Miss Maggie Sa Quite the handsomest affair of the week was the reception given by Mr and Mrs W G Anderson at their suburban home Wednesday eve ping in honor of their fiftieth The decorations were very handsome and the house thronged with a brilliant company to offer con gratulations A number of letters and telegrams and a valuable of presents were received refreshments were served in the dining room Assisting about the handsome rooms were Mesdames J Roe Young WS Bowman H M Grant and Mr Charles Anderson Mrs received in a very handsome toilet of black lace The reception at the Rest Rooms on Monday evening by the E S C proved a success The reception room presented a most attractive welcome with its beautiful decorations of and flags its spacious with luxurious pillows its ample armchairs inviting the soul to loaf and be Misses Mary Gill and Grace Kinnaird welcomed the guests and took turns at the table The tables very gay with many large bowls white and crimson sweet peas lights were softened by floral interlined with gauze ruffles The handsome collation was served by the W C T U The girls vied with each other in lovely toilets and were a bunch of beauties Among those the festivities of the evening and the excellent music were Misses Messrs Marie Joseph Sam Walters Mary Renaker Will West Theo Hemphill Charlie West Irene Romans Adolph Joseph Lillie Y West Will Walker Helen Gill Dr Gilbert Bessie Mae Lear Victor Stone Martha Gill Annie Herndon John Simpson Edith Morrow Frank Markbury Grace Kinnaird Bragg Thompson Mary Gill Elkiu Ed Collier B Louis relatives operator for a Wednesday Harrodsburghas i sonhas Wednesday AdvocateMessrs the Lancaster anniversary collection Elegant Anderson flowers Sofas merry frappe en- Joying Dr Faris bert beautiful we a d t canopi lirgIion Land rees toile i FOR Bargains you should attend the Closing out Sale OF NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR SEISITIIIU Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost If you are in need of Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc you should call at once before your size is Bring the CASH with you as we will not under any circum stances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR HT LOGAN r E lOGAN DHY GOODS aO FANY SlAUGHTH SAl gone f q i 1 N Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co ARE Not as Yet but you cant lose anything by a Before You Buy Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED Get our prices on CHAMPION DRAW CUT MOWING MACHINES t L Mi n x lOo ot0to 0 0 O O O CWO i p t 0 I o I I I I I I I t I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I It II 11 I I I o o I AT COST o o 0 I Look LITTLE BIT o I II n I II I I I n1 11 U I II 11 I AA A A iA7 I I I 1 i oWE 8 ISELLING BUT k o AroullA i a I Best flay Rakes Made And our pices will suit you HASELDEN ROBINSON II I v tifC J 10t LOUIS UANDUxWl SecondClan Val Hatter Lancaster Ky July 8 1904 More less moralizing andphiloso puizing concerning the alleged lack of growth in the church is heard period tally but a very pointed reply to such comment is shown in the growth of the Christian Endeavor Societies The statistics of the Kentucky organiza tion show a large increase in member ship within two years and num her of new denominations have enter ft ed its society The Christian association is not the church it true but it is a branch of It and its members are church members When such an auxiliary body shows so much hfe and activity it certainly contro verts the theory that there is a lack of life in the main organization It is also worth while to reflect that the Christian Endeavorers are young people and that the energy and en thusiasm they show in their present society will eventually belong to the church exclusively Church life has many ramifications and not be judged by the size of the Sunday mor umg congregations The St Louis Star aptly remarks that one hundred well informed men may be asked to give a definite an swer to the question as to the bone of contention between Japan and Russia and that not ten out of the number can answer It And the Hodgenville Herald adds we will add that same question may be put to each of the countres parties to the combat and they could not give a satisfactory A answer without calling a cabinet meet ing The fact is that while demands were being handed back and A forth by diplomats a war ship let loose A a gun and the dance has been in prog 0 ress ever since with the other coun tries as spectators and the newspaper the The Chicago board of education is thinking of requiring all girl gradu X ates from the public schools to wear white gowns at the commencement exercises the idea being that this A would prevent a contrast between the toilet of wealthy and poor pupils The 0 board seems to believe that all white A dresses are made of one material and g after the same pattern They have gowns which may have been made 0 by Worth worn by the heroines of fictionA In a single year 7000000 cigars are consumed in the United States to say nothing of nearly half as many cigarettes and an enormous amount of tobacco If the cigars were all two fern their cost would be a tremcnd To women this seems an awful waste when so many things worth while could be bought with the money but is there a wife who can persuade her husband to come down a single cigar Nay nay It is his cherished and sacred extravagance Theodore Roosevelt is the only pres ident of the United States who was born in a large city all the others having first seen the light in farm houses or in small villages This cuts the rural element out of the Republi can campaign so far as the head of the ticket is concerned Mr Fair banks career as a country boy will have to serve both The sympathy of the press of the en tire state goes out to Mr Jno G Pul Ham of The Harrodsburg Sayings in the death of his mother which occur redDFriday At time of her death Mr Pulliam was acting as one of the secretaries at the Democratic district convention in Shelbyville Mr Willie Hearsts pose as the friend of labor does not commend it self to the Union paper makers He has refused to place his orders for union mills CPV BRADLEYS SPEECH So much favorable comment has been made upon the speech of our townsman Gov Bradley in seconding the nomination of President that we reproduce it in full Gov Bradley as he always is was a leading figure in the convention and the ap plause which greeted him showed how popular the Lancaster man is not with his own state but with the politicians of the Nation Gov said The Republican party has made no mistakes therefore it has no apolo gies to offer It has broken no ses therefore it enters no plea of confession and avoidance It offers no guaranty for the future save the of its past It points to an enormously commerce at home and abroad To free homes to free people To war waged to drive the tyrant from Cuba and a promise faithfully kept to give to the people of the island a sta ble form of government To an im proved army and whose of valor have added glory to Americanarms To the erection of and the inauguration of civil government in the Philippines To the universal prosperity now prevailing throughout the Republic To a system of pensions provided for those who fought and the families of those who that the Union might be To the most gigantic rebel lion of all time courageously met and 1 II a i aICLNTRA L J the Post lffiat in uI or thata Endeavor is- is I S 2 2 o o S e is 2 i the- o 2 Q swag I ous sum I tOt I r paper I Roosevelt only Bradley record Increased generous died preserved J c o v RCCst itied Ilrlij ti jtr Entered at lanracirr Ky can 0 grabbers E 0 froGi 0 z 0 prom given imperishable churches andschool houses vc u the of tile in to is a boil lj luiiliti icr Iu i K f wn u ii pn j v i i u in i iiu Ihtnamiiit of flee j Wo tan nut stand nt the base Hunker Hill Monument as prophesied by Toombs and call the roll of our slaves but we can stand on any the earth and call the long roll of Republican statesmen and soldiers most distinguished and that the nation has produced who rendered impossible the fulfillment of that prediction For nearly half a the Republican party has been so interwoven with the countrys history that each is a part of the other and neither can be written without the other Indeed during that time the Republican Party has been country In diplomacy in progress in the arts and sciences in prosperity and adversity in peace and war at home and abroad on land and sea the Party has been true to every trust equal to every emergency has continually elevated and advanced the standard of American honor and glory and now proclaims to the world that the lexicon of patriotic endeavor and achievement there is no such word as fall And during all these eventful years the Democratic Party has resisted step of advancement and progress It has been a stupid objector a malcontent and a common scold For two Presidential terms it administered public affairs and each crippled commerce and decreased values paralyzed icdustry closed manufactories and made it necessary for public charity provide food for the starving unem ployed It has exchanged its time honored principles for dangerous here lies and betrayed the leaders until it without a leader and in anxious search of a platform It has abandon ed its Moses and is unable to discover Joshua It does not certainly know what it wants and if it did would not know where to find it It does not know what it is for and did would not know how to express It does not know what to do and if it did would not know how to do it Men of the North we come from the battle fields consecrated to with the blood of your brave sons We are the custodians of your patriot dead and each year commemorate their deeds and decorate their graves with flowers In their names and by their memories the disfranchised South appeals to you for justice Shall it be said that your sons marched and fought and died in vain Shall it be said that a nation can exist part slave and part free Are people free who are forced to bear the burden and yet denied the highest privilege of If it be true that warrant may not be found in the Constitution to prevent disfranchisement then we beg that you no longer permit the diE franchised and oppressed to be mated for the purpose of increasing the electoral strength of their oppres Though the grape is crushed and the grain is ground they produce wine nor bread for the men of the South Surrounded by difficulties striving in vain to be free they instinctively turn to the brave true man who has said that he would not close the door of hope on a struggling race The Southern Republicans are devoted to him and will follow him with all the affection and enthusiasm with which the Old Guard followed They have unshaken faith in his courage evenhanded justice and unsullied honor We have not forgotten how when the war clouds hung dark in the na lions horizon he sacrificed oNce and left a happy home and a beloved children to bare his bosom in the storm of battle The same patriotism and courage that inspired him then has animated him throughout his When others stood ap palled in the presence of the great strike he cheerfully and with alacri ty assumed a responsibility not offl dally incumbent upon him and braye ly springing into the breach succeed ed in procuring a settlement thatbrought tranquility to the represent atives of capital and smiles and sun shine into the faces and homes of the humble laborers He unhesitatingly measured swords with the giant corporation which threatened the people with wrong and oppression and brought it into sub jection He knows how and when to plan and better still how and when to Alert of mind he has quickly seized every opportunity In the pro curement of concessions for the Pana ma Canal he accomplished more in a few hours than his predecessors ac complished in more than a hundred years He did not attempt to unloose he cut the Gordion knot His enemies say that he can not be trusted but the people know that one does the right thingat the right time in the right way isen titled to their implicit confidence His enemies say that he is unsafe Hs record proves that be is unsafe only to the lawless the trickster the grafter and those who deny equal pro tection of the law to any class tlcitizens But in thee dis charge of the great trusts devolved him he has proven a harbor of safety His enemies predicted that he would involve the Nation in war but all his victories have been those of diploma cy and peace and today he enjoys the respect and friendship of every foreign power He has not been the pliable instru of or set of men He t s 1 i jclI he lid I iot1HIH ot century the Including Republican every miserable during unsettled lOt freedom citizenship est sOl s neither persecuted Napoleons superb administration execute whoalways and I upon I man 3 1 1 I I Scaunplotalirbditt i the e- nl i spoof recor wand American meet tiny Ile d li IH t line Ho not mon with dy he will his few In I my I for v l fimsiu ti rrntrtifl T Jt In WB Me is not ahiKtriiid server idle drcanier lie lists no piui tiinity on account of timid doubt annoying hesitation He is not a lower but every inch a leader lie is an imitator but a thoroughly original guided alone by a clear con ception of right and the genius of con sense He boldly and fearlessly advances sound and conservative hung ment brilliant as a meteor yet stea and certain as the sun in its course gifted with broad and intelligent statesmanship fixed in lofty purpose is the embodiment of American vigor and the most exalted type of American manhood Ue was born to fulfill a mission That mission in part accomplished be completed in coming yearsand name shall go ringing down the centuries with those of the immortal who were not born to die Kentucky we have contended against principalities and powers and the rulers of darkness We have in truth fought with all manner of beasts not at at Frank fort We are nerving ourselves fir the coming conflict and in November next hope to break the chains which partisan legislation has thrown around us and restore freedom to the State which gave birth to Abraham Lincoln and holds within its bosom the ashes of Henry Clay Cured Diarrhoea After Ten Years of Siiftcrliitf wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge of Martinsville Va I suffer ed from chronic diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any per manent relief Last summer one of children was taken with cholera quired to give her entire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself and did not use all of one bottle before was well and 1 have never since been troubled with that complaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is sale by Frisbies Drug Store lin Never judge a mans reputation f r truthfulness by what he says when 111 Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding that is done by boards of health and charitably 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 probab case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by the timely use of Chamber gains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy For sale bv Frisbies 1m FIrstClass Rooms at St Louis Tne question of rooms at St Louis has been giving prospective visitors much concern but The Record can di rect you to a most delightful place We refer to No 4350 Maryland Ave a large boarding house run by Mrs W C Lindsay and in which Mr Geo L Gar rett traveling passenger agent for the Henderson Route is interested It is on the principal street car running to main entrance of and also convenient to portion of the city There are three boarding houses and two leading cafes within a stones throw where first class meals can be obtained The best way to see the Fair is to engage rooms then take meals wherever you happen to be This saves time and money Write Geo L Garrett T P A Henderson Route Louisville for fur ther particulars tf tlW ltllrH pith IlItjjWIlt r ILl let till ftfitlcrc thll1al a time t or Imbued Ephesusbut I Chronic oft love Fairgrounds business 1 t J I Itf t lht croitrptoaf nltr lrit c3tils ran fog of inched one Drug- Store jgj 3 E 3 fe p JC 10 Jrj jl E ra L bj E t yS ra U j C R g B j i r li j r J fj r I 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 nice enough for the Parlor and cheap enough for the kitchen Iciliorter IPAINT LICK KY CArirr1 r Lf JrhfIt7trJW4j A J McWhorter Estridge I t I 10 I mattings I11 0- m 0 rn W gJIiIJ fjIJi3friJ J IE 1ilf8fiiJjID 1Qjffi IiIJ IE IiIf8iJ cGrcoLiUt o and- o o o fl 1 i o ooo oo Eoos oooooooo stride o DI Ed C Gaines is agent for Bell and Harbison Lexington and Danville Igor ists For quick delivery and pretty flowers call him at Phone 61 18tf Plants Extra early Cabbage first class Sweet Potatoe plants three firstclass Cellery plants Joseph Fan coner 429 tf Tomatoes USE Mastic Paint We GUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory gpl juif sa McROBERTSDRUGGIST 4 X SJ VMr vr UJ AUroQOM How many people will attend the St Louis Worlds Fair For the ten nearest 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 Let us take your order for your new spring suit or overcoat you are entitled to one for every dollar you pay Royal tailoring is known the world over and is worn today by 250000 satisfied customers We would like to show you the complete Royal line of newest dress novelties something sure to please you in both pattern and the best for the money and your entire satisfaction guaranteed J C H E M IP f say guess pricealways CALL AND SEE H ILL now r f a u rr- rY rr + i H j WPPPil CHALLENGE j ALL COMERS by6- S B Captain and Catcher Plano Binder R f Chattanooga Disc Plow Pitchers Disc Harrow5W pItP Left Field Richmond Champion Drill Short Stop Pittsburg Perfect Fence g pi Subs Tiger Cultivator Champion Corn Drill Mers Ox Fertilizer Buena Vista Saddle VgJ 1 Fair Fair Deal Let those entering for best 10 acres of Wheat Fertilized care fully measure off 10 acres No allowance s for cornshock spots io 7 tiGH9 0 JX0 Ji c Ito The Postle Base Ba lNine I B 1 P tuua 0 It S o 1st Base Chattanooga S B Plow Corn Planter bight Field Field o B riJ fjfJJ fiJ fffJffljJi01 I 0 T r0WJfJ1 r 1 Dd r c Q Q Q 4 PERSONALS Miss Annell Tomllnson is visiting relatives in Lexington Miss Eva Dunn of Danville is the guest of Miss Joan Mount Dr Chris Faris spent Sunday with his home folks in Kirksville Mr Charles Davis of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Marie Joseph Miss Lillie Dale of Shclbyviile hits been the guest of Mrs W A Price Miss Mary Landram Burnside has been visiting friends in Richmond Misses Leila and Ethel Grant of Danville have been visiting Mrs W A PriceMrs Joe McGlll of Cincinnati has lieen visiting Misses Martha and Sallie TillettMiss Thompson of Mt Vernon is the guest of Miss Ethel West Dan ville avenue Misses Stella Houston and Olivia Sweeney left this week for a visit to the St Louis fair Mrs Edwards and children of are guests of Mrs J I Hamilton Lexington avenue Mr Wm Murphy wife and baby of Texas have been visiting Mr J C Thompson and family Miss Julia has been visit ing friends here has returned to her home in Nicholasville Joe Burnside left Saturday for Crab Orchard where he will run the box ball alleys at the Springs f Barkley who i Mississippi I Marvel MillineryI StoreR Leaders in Ladies HEADWEAR See Our Lovely Belts Miss Ada Dickerson r i a Sirs James Layton of Covington and Mrs Joseph Boggs of Richmond are visiting Mrs Dee Gulley Mrs Mary Renaker and Miss Lucile Renaker of Winchester are visiting Misses Mattie and Mary Thompson Mr and Mrs Harve McRoberts and little daughter of Stanford were guests of Mr and Mrs R E McRoberts Sunday Miss Margaret Hackley of George town visited relatives here for a few days She left for Chatauqua N Y this week Misses Lillian Bright and Emily Letcher who have been guests of Mrs Y R Cook have returned to their home in Danville Richmond Register Mcsdames Da vid and Cabel Chenault have return ed from a visit to Mrs James Elmore of Lancaster Mrs II M Grantand children Lucian and Bowman have returned from a visit to her sister Mrs W S Bowman Flemingsburg Mrs J Roe Young of Chicago and Sirs W S Bowman of Flemingsburg are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs William Anderson A beautiful picture of Miss Mamie Augusta Liilard a Danville visitor of Miss Theo Ilemphill appeared in Sat urdays Courier Journal Mr Levering Young and wife of Chicago attended the golden anniversary his grandparents Mrs William Anderson Miss Alberta Anderson gave a de lightful hayride Friday evening in honor of Misses Lillian Bright and Emily Letcher guests of Mrs W R Cook Miss Allie Brown of Louisville has been spending several weeks with her mother Mrs Brethitt Brown Mrs Brown has recovered from her recent illnessMiddlesboro Record Mr and Mrs W J Kinnaird accompanied by their little daughter Harriet Beard left Monday night for San Antonio Texas where they will permanently reside Mr Kinnaird has been appointed gen cal southern agent for a large life in surance company with headquarters at San Antonio Their many friends in this city will regret their departure One Itcroiniiieiidatlon Sold Fifty Boxes of Cliaiiibcrlnu Stomach and Liver Tablets I have I believe sold boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets o n 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 P M Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant tive effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladies For sale by Frisbies 1m T iliMiiliMii iMiiliMiili Jiiliiil fit pur a I everywhere Drug- Store N- and Lady s r Us Juno iii5 the follpwing Kentucky Kentucky medicine and Kentucky doctors have been again slf wally honored by the profession of the United States in the person of Dr Lewis S McMurtry who was elected President of the American Medical Association at the recent meeting in Atlantic City the most sub stantial honor which can come to a member of the medical prolessionand is exactly comparable In Its own way fo the honor of being President of the whole United States Those who know Dr Me Murtry his good work and solid scientific ideals and as well as services to the American Association through out a period of many years will appre ciate the appropriateness of the selec tion On the other hand Kentucky may rest assured that they will be represented by a man who will do to them and the Association both as a leader and director of scientific thought and effort during the coming year and as a finished and tactful officer at its close Dr McMur trys election was the more notable and honorable in that he defeated for the office one of the most and popular members of the Amer ican Medical Association a man with a reputation which extends far be yond the confines of his own conti nent who is admired by all for his scientific achievements and loved by his friends as the best of modest Dr William J May of Minn Reunion of Morgan s Men Carlisle Mercury At a meeting of the Executive Committee at on the 23 inst it was decided to hold the annual reunion of Morgans Men at Parks Hill Nicholas county on Wednesday Thursday and Friday August 17 18 and 19th II M Taylor and G R Keller were appointed on arrangements The rates during the meeting will be 1 25 per day and rate of one and onethird rare for the round trip will be given by the railroadWe to add that arrangements will be made for the reunion at Parks Hill that will excel any reunion ever held in Those in last year were profuse in their of approval of Parks Hill as an ideal place for the Mercury Fate Privileges For Sale Dining room lunch counter soft drinks candy fruit peanuts popcorn and cigars Apply to W D Wallin Secy Crab Orchard Fair Dates July 27 28 29 tf The Provident Savings Bank Trust Company of Cincinnati Ohio has opened a special department to take care of all the money sent to it for deposit by mail Through this method they give their outoftown customers the same accommodations that the Cincinnati people Convenient and Comfortable When you go to the Worlds Fair at St Louis be sure to get well The Hotel just the main entrance is the best The rates are reasonable and the excellent It is near the Pike and when tired at night you have no scramble for cars and no long car ride Rates 2 on the American plan and one dollar on the European plan Take Olive Street cars They stop at the door Chamberlains Cliollc Clilcora and Diarrhoea Remedy 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 roost severe and dangerous cases It is especially for summer disorders in children It is pleasant to take arid never rails to give prompt relief Why not buy it now It may save life For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m You cant tell how well heeled a man is by the size of his shoes No Pity Shown For years fate was after me writes F A Uulledge of 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 at McRob erts Drug Store im t tBoolf 1 q fur c Thisis hisnotable dIstinguish- ed gentlemen Rochester Lexington committee Kentucky attendance expressions reunionEd receIveIt located opposite accommodation valuable continuously Verbena 1jes end Roaaad to lfjlftePr 1 ii lloprpai Inl issue attainments honor presiding American rirm r C n ROMANS BLMORE J LJLJLJLJLJIJIJL JL IlJtJt ul Jl 1 Q Q Buggies Surries Ii t Phaetons Runabouts Q Q Q Q BUCKBOARDS and FRAZIER CARTS in all the best makes as well as cheaper lines We fit 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 Woodhull Westcott Sayers Scovill Etc Etc i 1 I I r can youI I 1 Q See our HARNESS moneyr Ianl Nf L save Remember we have Old Hickory Wagons f Remember that we can sell the best you it and we can show you the ij of medium priced vehiclesinthe city M work 80 J you made if want biggest agsortment rl fir I 1rcif 1 f tw I 4 Premium List Kirksville Fair Friday Saturday July 1516 Over 1500 in PREMIUMS Best home made cheese 5 DO Best two pounds butter 5 00 Best baked ham 5 00 Best loaf salt rising bread 5 00 Best plate Beaten biscuit Best two bottles homemade wine Best gallon Ice cream 5 00 Best gallon pineapple sherbet 5 00 Best white cake 5 00 cake Best chocolate cako Best white fruit cake 500 Best black cake 20 to first and i to second HARNESS HORSES Best stallion mtreor gelding over one yearand under two 10 to first 3 to second 1500 Best stallion 2 years and under 3 10 00 Best stallions years nod under 20 00 Best stallion 4 years and over 20 to first 10 to second 3000 Best phaeton pony under 15 hands 10 00 SADDLE HORSES Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under three 10 00 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under four 20 00 Best walking mare or gelding any age 20 to first f to second Best rockaway mare or gelding shown to rockaway 1500 State Bank Trust Company stake 500 00 The above stake to be shown on July 15 190J for best saddle stal lion mare or gelding any age of which 100 Is reserved for consolation Only horses that show in the State Bank Trust Co stake and take no part of the money will be allowed to compete In consolation 5 per cent to nominate and 5 per cent additional from money winners Money divided as follows 50 percent to the firt 25 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 SO to sec ond per cent to third No ad ditiouni entrance fee will be charged for consolation and 5 per cent only will be deducted from first division 400 and 5 per cent onlydeducted 100 consolation SIKED KING The fastest marc or gelding to en six times around hair ring 25 0 Best boy rider 14 10 00 Best combined more or gelding any age 15 to first second 25 Best lady rider 10 OC SECOND DAY mule colt either sex 10 eo Best mule one year old and under two 100 Best muleSyears old and under 3 10 Oo Best Ovule 3vcars and under 4 1000 nest pair of mules any age 10 to first o to second 15 00 Best mule any age 15 to first 10 to second 25 00 mare and colt cither sex 10 Best colt mare get of Hex Arbuckle 15 to 1st 10 to 2nd 25 00 SADDLE HOUSES Best or gelding four years old and over 20 to 3000 Best pair matched mares or geldings 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd Best harness mare 4 years old and over 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd 30 00 Best harness gelding 4 years old and- over 20 to first 10 to second 30 00 Best colt regardless of sex under one year 5 per cent to enter and 5 per cent from money winners 50 to 1st 30 per cent to 2nd and 20 per cent to 3rd mare or gelding any ngeSOto 1st 20 Handsomest girl baby under 1 year 1000 Handsomest girl baby 1 year old and under2 10 00 HARNESS HORSES Best mare or gelding years and under 3 10 00 Best marc or gelding 3 years and under four 2000 SADDLE HORSES Best stallion marc one year old cud under two 10 to first and 5 second 15 Best saddle stallion 2 yr and under 3 10 Best saddle stallion 3 years and under 4 20 00 Best stallion 4 years old and over 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd 30 00 HARNESS HORSES Best double team regardless of sex or ownership 25 00 Best stallion mare or gelding any age 60 to 1st 30 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 20 to 1st 10 to 2nd T J CURTIS President J D SIMMONS Secretary No girls face Is in it with a re touched photograph Night Was Her Teirjr I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Ind 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 guaranteed to cure CoughsColds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at 1m Too much of the milk of human kindness savors of the pump Brutally Tortured A case to light that for sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps been equaled beck of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I 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 B E McRoberts Druggist1m In after years the girl auburn tresses becomes a redhaired WorklBS Mgbt busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life These pull change weakness into strength into energy into mental power Theyre wonderful In build InK up the health Only Sold by McRoberts Drug Store 1m I o 00 r h 7 500 500 500 500 2 00 00 t per cent ando be drive 10 to 00 Jest or gelding 3CI 00 100 0o RoadsterBest to 2ii1 50 00 or geldIng IX color or 30 Alexandria absolutely Drug Store Joe Goo came Ba- The PillS brain fag Be st sponge a t Friday tinder Best II mare let 10 to 2nd percent and- over N McRobP came never across with wife us and c per its ells bpx y Business and Bargains Felt Worlds Fair Hats the latest them at the Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson Reduced nrfpes tf The Worlds Fair Felt Hats are traoting wide attention We have a large wellselected stock See them Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson tf The Worlds Fair Felt Hats are all the go See them Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson tf for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons To have a genuine old fashioned ood time visit the fair and races at Crab Orchard July 27 28 29 tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris For Sale some choice milk cows 2t Mrs Mary Walden Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Japalac varnish makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Refrigerators hammocks etc at Dunlaps 5Gtf Ky 63 3t For Sale good McCormack binder In good condition Apply at this of tice or to W R Cook tf before buying The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the Smith Currey Agts The biggest and best fair Crab July 27 28 29 71tf We have the very best cultivatedhemp Will sell on liberal terms tf Marksbury Son I will pay 14c per doz for eggs andsell granulated sugar 20 Ibs for 52 Stone For Rent About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near 527tf Mrs Hallie B Sweeney For Sale 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky I am inthe market for hemp and pay highest market price Call at Minors mill or the Duncan ware house R M West 3 4tf We have German Millet seed oats Cultivatedtf H A B Marksbury Son Piano Sale A good Upright Piano almost new office610tfFine Boarding at St Louis If you want the best accommoda tlons at lowest prices when in S t AvenueElegant MrsJThe following Lancaster Graded School Bouds will be redeemed on Ju 1538535565 Wm Herndon Pres J B Kinnaird Secy 6242t Good gentle family mare for sale Apply at Record office 617tf Notice to Taxpayers City taxes of 1904 are now due and Imust 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 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 FOP Sale We have tract land and two beautiful and convenient houses and lots situated just outside of the town limits of Lancasteron Danville street which we will sell at fair prices and on terms to suit purchaser Will make division into town lots or small tract and on the easiest terms of ment West Sweeney 0 L Haramack F H Koebler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us Buggy Burry Buck board or Runabout Nicepine on hand and special filled without delay Blacksmith ing Carriage Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction I I See at Baledhay 4 BanksHudson BankHudson atHamilton FairJuly nicecattle seedmillet j 100 R A I I buildIng for ly 1st J C 45acre 0 Co your orderfor orders AND H w S amilton ds tt ill St HrnacktL Repairing 41Lt4y J A CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros To Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and fyanl Th anl of J iUm rnrnrnrnrnrnnUUnyniiUnrnnllnr1 ntrm J B CQ N IU1U1UU IU1U1U nU1U nU nl U1U UU1U1U1U1U1UU U Equipped I Br9dntsvill Br antsville Kentucky It The Well i DOLLARB President LEO J VAN LAHR E W JEWELL Vice Presidents ONLY ONE VmHcrndon G B Swlnebroad herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Oflice over Stormes drug store I J l 1 It you have only One Dollar to spare send It to And open an account to which you can add or I8OVrn Bunk go Anysum Tile PEOYMeIII list See Our NewBooklet BAN NG BY MAil Sent on Appll cation IAll accounts In this bank are confiden tial between the bank and the depositor Interest Is added January and July and compounded t Mi Bunk I Trust 60 Chamber of Commerce Bid Cincinnati O Iprom nI W S BEAZLEY Beazley Faris DentistsJ T Office ona store Danville st I G C FARIS T over Thomp p Toilet Wartes Soaps Perfumes Talcum Powders Violet Ammonia Bath Tablets Rubber Sponges Bath Brushes Face Powder Sticky Fly Paper Poison Fly Paper Toilet articles of all kinds at the very lowest prices Soasonab1oftrti616S fHIS8lfS OillStoves Refrigerators DRUG STORE Ice Cream 1 Buggies f Freezers Baggy Harness Mount Elkin 8 a t r e I J tva Y T ti l F r vS r C For the woman who enters on that period known as the change that has hitherto run happily and smoothly is thrown from its accustomed grooves by a sudden shock which ti ji KO of at this period varies but while some escape with little distress d 1IT4 FciJb f 1 l 17r f J J i M 1 if Life i jars the and distracts the The suffering women i 1rIr IrfLs s I t the majority of women suffer more or less acutely at this trying time i Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription I proves itself anew the friend of at this crisis It cures headache backache nervousness sleeplessness and other womanly disorders perfectly and permanently the general health A Womans Recommendation My physician said I was suffering from the effects of life Mrs M Barnes of Balls Shasta Co Cal I had heart disease and uterine trouble and rheumatism My head was so dizzy I could hardly stand When I began to use Dr Pierces medicines I improved right along I took seven or eight Prescription a three times a day the Pleasant Pellets at night I as well as I ever did I take great pleasure in recommending Dr Pierces suffering women I think they are the in the world I cant in their praise The Favorite women reestablishes tt Favorite full I t u say enoneli cured ine I had been sick for two years so I was naruiy to The dealer who offers a substitute for Favorite Prescription does so to gain the little more profit paid on the sale of less medicines His profit is your loss Accept no substitute The Common Sons Medical Advior m book contain ing 1008 i given away Send twentyone etmmme fof expense of mailing ONLY for the hook In covers or stamps for the volume bound In cloth Addre Or 1C Pierce Buffalo M Y meritorious cent V 1 I Prescription Peoples pageS on pap thirty one PAINT LICK Mrs Jane Jennings is sick this week Mr C Shumate is quite feeble at thb writingMiss Eucker visited her broth er at Ford Monday- A crowd of young folks spent Sun day at Tar Springs Henry Arnold of Ford spent Sun day with his parents Mrs Filgore of Texas is visiting her father J B Parks Miss Margaret Walker visited the Misses Lear last week i Mrs Pattie Engleman is visiting rela tives in Stanford this week OMiss Rebecca Williams is visiting her parents near Lancaster Mrs Jas Leavell of Bryantsville visited Mrs Pattie Engleman last week Mr 0 U Terrill has returned from Tenncsee where he has been on busi ness Miss Frankie Doty and brother William left Monday for Louis to the fair Armstrong has returned home after several days visit to friends at Bryantsville Mr and Mrs George Ballard of Lan caster spent Sunday with R L and wife Mrs Fannie Gatrett is at home after three weeks visit to her sister Mrs Mary Galloway of Lexington- W H Branaman our efficient agent is back at his ofllce after a three weeks visit to relatives in Illinois lIe also attended the Worlds Fair Mr F C Landerman of Berry has re turned home after filling the position of agent in the absence of W II Bran aman much to the regret of some of the fairer sex We have a good prospect for a Grad ed School which is badly needed in our town The trustees of New Hope and Lowell schools are in favor of con solidating the two school districts in order to get the benefit of the public school fund Every one who is inter ested in educating their children should heartily endorse this action and vote in favor of the Graded School There will be a vote taken as to whether we shall have a Graded School as soon as the trustees locate a build ing site Tan Oxfords for men and women at R L Jennings 71tf Fresh bread every Friday and at Jennings 71tf McCKEABY We are glad to report Mrs Jno Lack improvingMasters and Oneal Broaddus are with relatives in Klrksville Mrs Jno Payne and son of Meacer county visited friends here recently Mr Dave Ross and family of Lan caster visited at Mr Alex Laytons SundayMiss Hamm entertained sev eral friends Sunday it being her 16th birthdayRobt sold his cattle last week to Mr Beaxley at 4 cents to be dellv ered in October Mrs Maggie Gulley entertained sev eral friends Tuesday in honor of her visitor Mis Joe McGill of Cincinnati- T W Bradshaw and wife who have been visiting their children and friends in Illinois and Indiana have returned home THE RECORD needs that dollar attend D W C Jennings Saturday R L II Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at tey Davidsons I hAD L MAKKSBUBY Miss Jennie Swope accompanied by vliss Lizzie Marksbury of Marcellus is pending a few pays with relatives in Lincoln County Mrs J C Eubanks and little daughter mdMiss Flonnie Hammond of were guests last week of Mrs Bell PerkinsMadams M F Rout R A McGrath md have returned from i pleasant visit to Mr Joshua Dunn ind family at Brodhead Rev Shelton of Stanford preached it the Fork church Sunday in the ab ence of the pastor Rev W M Stall logs who is in Bowling Green assist ng in a meeting Miss Mamie Underwood has return ed to her home at Hubble aftei a pleasant visit to Miss Mary Chestnut Mrs Lizzie Rice and Miss Spoonamore of Hedgevllle Mrs Rural Goodnight and Miss Sallie Cook of Stanford were entertained part of last week by Miss Lizzie Simpson The supper given by the Ladies of the Fork church was quite a success They cleared 5650 The ladies wish to thank the people for their liberal patronage and good behavior BEUNA VISTA Mr Lucien Frost continues ill DMrs Philip Tenill is visiting in Mercer James Spoonamore and Ralph Scott have been victims of measles Misses Bertha Christnphor and Irene Ruble are visiting relatives in Lexing ton Will Davenport of Somerset was mingling with old friends here last weekRay King who is attending Busi ness college in Lexington came home Sunday afternoon Mr John Christopher and daughter Miss Maggie of South Elkhorn are visiting relatives here Clarence Lane will leave this week for Louisville where he will remain an indefinite length of time W H Bogie and wife of Marksbury attended church here last Sunday and dined at Mrs Elizabeth Isons Several young ladles and gentlemen from Bryantsville and vicinity storm ed Misses BessieBolton and Mildred Clark last Wednesday evening STONE Lenard Cobu lost a fine cow by death last week Thomas Tapp is painting the resi dence of Mrs Mary E Fain Alberta little daughter of Mr and Speaks is quite sick Public school begins at Scotts Fork July 11th Miss Olivia Sweeney teacn erH Clay Fowler had a valuable old family horse killed by lightning last weekMr Norman Grow and family C W Mitchell last Saturday and Sunday Gabe Preston has the premium wa ter melon patch and Keeps close watch over it Uncle Charley Mitchell and Bill Teater have ordered a thousand gallon gas tank to store gas for J F Stones boatMr and Mrs Louis Murphy and her sister Miss King of Backcreek visited at W H Fains last week Hubble sonRlchard I MrsJohn visited relatives l lsiiitfi ittorjkjin- iid MjiJ Pjjfin wirk is well n Acepltlia suiting of lubuceulliis Is delayed by the lack of rain While nothing has been Injured by drouth nearly all crops are beginning to shew the effects of the ary weather Oats have improved but are head ing out low Rye Is in good To my Many Friends Mrs S N will at my old stand open up a line of millinery this Fall All goods are sti istly uptodate From the Souths largest house to gether with the services of an accom plished city trimmer Mrs S will be enabled to please the most she will carry a line of the very best millinery I solicit the patronage of my many friends and customers Mrs C J Armstrong Bryanlsville Pie plant for canning this week and next J C Thompson 7 Stf Splendid lot of pie plant for canning this week and next J C Thompson 78tf Having decided to move to Harrods burg by first of August will sell one good milch cow a good buggy and buckboard Address C J Armstrong 78tf Bryantsville Ky QUARTERLY REPORT Peoples Hank ol Paint AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS June soth 190 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts secured Overdraftsunsecnred Due from National Bunks 8C Due from State Banks and Bankers Due fromTrustCorapaulcs Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds pecie Currency Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as cash Furniture and Fixtures Fund to pay Taxes Current expenses last quarter Deposits to check on interest is Demand certificates of deposits on which Interest is paid rime certificates of de posits on which in terest is Savings deposits on which interest paid fiftj SI I5Y 1 00 4OirSl LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In Fund 4 Undivided profits as follows viz Deposits subject to check on is ROgftlSV- SC Certified Checks Due National Banks One State Banks and one Trust Companies Cashiers oat Hills rediscounted 17 Unpaid dividends and unpaid Capital Stock not StirriEMKNTARY amount of indebtedness of stockholder or Him including in the liability of the or firm the of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such Indebtedness ex ceeds SO pur cent of capital stock ac In and amount of surplus In the bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent paidupcapital of bank None Does amount of indebtedness of erson company or firm including In liability or firm the liability of the Individual members exceed 30 Of capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses interest and tuxes de ducted therefrom be fore declaring divl dendand was not less than 10 per cent of net the bank for the period covered car the surplus fund before dend was declared Yes inooopo 00 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G Kemper Peoples Bank of Paint a Bank doing business in the town of Paint Lick in said county being duly sworn says that the forego is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the at the close of business on the 30th day of Jnue 1904 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not and that the above report is made In compliance with an official received of State designating the roth day of June 1904 as the day on which such report shall be made W G Kemper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G Kemper cashier on the let of July 1904 W S Fish Public Garrard county Kentucky Commission expires Jan 11 1908 5 0 Ilninip III- IWiIi It liI ri FIlttln NI h Jhli ltHo wn I condition Steadman fastidious- as OF TIlE Lick Ky 59 8t ot 5 1700 0 IortgesU S 1200 00 iI c 45 r not llald 1I111 l1Ity 7 o I cent 1120 00 ts leo 11726145 elsewhere i 5 IS I I ire ii 87510 0 117261 572 the R L Arnold RGGuyn M Coy I Dlrectora The pill that willwill fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a 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 jaundice dizziness and all arising from an inactive sluggish er Early Risers are unequaled Sold by R E McRbberts 1m Weak Hearts are caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach expandsswells and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the final re sult Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat takes the strain off the heart cures indigestion dyspepsia sour stomach and contributes strength and health to every organ of the body Sold by R E Mc Robert im liver rlI I nourishment 0 utn Jt In u J cnmliiinn hut tin jlrJitt iiavo i CM l fi mpi yjiuvi It w iji itntitiv- j Mill VUSH1 ill ll rlilUS fctiCtl t iil- uiit is rather small Tobauco is growing well but thor is much more tube set especially the western portion of the State flu acreage is considerably less than usual Meadows are generally in fair con dition with the exception of timothy whicu generally is poor Pastures af ford good grazing but are needing rainJohn L Pond of Simpson county sold a nice buach of grade Angus cat tie for Seotember delivery at 5 cents They vill average about 1300 pounds Mr Pond is about the only man ii Simpson county breeding the black cattleThere is some complaint of apples dropping and as they were very thii on the trees in many places this will lower the yield considerably Peachc1 are doing well They are very some localities reporting a heavy crop and others none at all Black berries are quite promising CONDITION OF THE Bank Of Bryantsville TIlE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Thursday 30 1904 RESOURCES Notes and Bills 3017 W Bunking House 245C 21 Furniture and Fixtures 1321 55 lue fromlsnnks rc4 71 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 7r00 IO Undivided 1rofitj 48 98 Individual Deposits 9625 9J J 51 SMITH Cashier Sworn and subscribed to before me this the nth day of July 19J4 W A PETTUS Notary W 51 ELLIOTT R H PETTUS C C DECKER Directors INSURANCE AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile Aetna LifelDS Co of HartM Conn asks the readers of this paper who are suffering with indigestion or dyspep sia to call on them at once and get a bottle 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 0 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 strength ening 1m Choking Catarrh Cured Your Money Not Cure You Use Hyomei and be cuied of catarrh is what all who have tri ed 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 bal samic air for a few minutes and andyour catarrh will be cured In this city towns there are hundreds who can testify to the remarkable of Hyomei to cure catarrh j Many ot the staunchest friends of this remedy today began its use with little hope that they would be cured but as R E Me Roberts offered to refund the money if it cure they decided to try it on that plan and were soon to health Finest Kind of Offer- S Ifmona Does Not Cure JDy pcp laGet Your Money BaCk at lUcRoberu You run no risk whatever in purchasing Miona Natures cure for dyspepsia GUARANTEE I hereby agree to refund the money paidfor on of the empty boxesif the purchaser tells me failedto cure dyspepsia or stomach troublesThis covers two Sue boxed or amonths treatment Take Miorna for a month a 50C 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 in accordance with the guarantee s 11- I I I I i irregular LAT ne Cash 171J I 71f oR KINNAIRD ROrOSOfltillff R E McRobert of lodol In hack Jf lIyomel andneighboring power didnot I r I l money 1tti 14 i Foh1o1llg Collie Does restored s I return l iLIk51 fih Cures Kidney and Blad der Diseases n Every Form Many People Have Kidney Trouble and Do Not Know it HOWTO FIND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the Dther organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and I other ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order if you are sick Foleys Kidney Sure will strengthen and build up the worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will be restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is iloudy or milky or has a brickdust sed iment or small particles flea about in it your kidneys are diseased and Foloys Kidney Cure should be taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better at onceIt slight disorders in a few it has cured many obstinate casesafter other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the me if I had any business to attend to I had bet ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a and I immediately sent son to the store and after taking three bottles I be gan to get better and continued to until I was entirely well Two Sizes bOo and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY I CURE dasand I improve I OLE K1DNFV LEWIS Y LEAYELL President wwcww 1 JSFiFSijl CHliL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe IOQ bctte c 2 tmes the trial flt sells for SO certsP- K RED T Till LASORATOFV 01 E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLFor sale by R E MCROBERTS Lancaster Ky S mae wItch ONLt Upon op Hazel Salve cures them There arc many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine and oritjiiiii Witch Hazel Salve made by E C De With Co of Chicago a cure is eel tam II A Tisdalc of Summertoii S C says had piles 20 years and Dt WiLts Salve cured me after ever else failed Sold by R E Me Roberts 1m For Congress We are authorized to iiiinonnce Hon I 1 MOOKK of Ai freer County 3 n cninlldntu fo Congress in the HoiG G Gilbert subject tothu action of the Demo criitlu party Your support laearuestly lollci For Congress u sromithorlzed to announce Hos HARVF HELM of Loncolti county 113 a for Congress In the district subject to tin admit of the Democratic party For Congress Ve are authorized to announce lion George G Gilbert for renomination as candidate fo Congress subject to action of the Democratic party For State Senator- We are authorized to announce R L Hub ble of Lincoln candidate for State subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce H L D SON as u candidate for nomination Attorney subject to the action of the Demc cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs MagiC Is a candieate for of Public Schools In iarrurd Co subject ti the action of the democratic party ll For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coon tr Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratle party For Supt Public Schools- We are authorized to announce Mlttl Dunn as a candidate for nomination for Common Schools for Garrard coun to the action of the Democratic par tyFor Congress Hen Adam Carpenter of Moreland Lincoln county loss been by the Irohlli tlcnists as their candidate for Congress tile i one of the leading citizens unit farmers in making the race for last November on this ticket polled nearly votes ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by al men for their collars i1 given at this If you want evidence send us a trial bundle VTe will call for your work M JM LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN LancasterKeutttcky Agent lIe of Iiles peoplehave I tiling t1 no ted tf cllIuli late as a Senator for 11 Guile C Laundr succeed County Ills Super- Intendent ty subject tin 1015 J S ROBINSON Vice Pre vvv vvvvvv ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 1 Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooe B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONKY Asst Cashr C D WAIKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B P Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold b 3 The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 DENNY President JOUN E STORMES Vice Prest S C 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