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THE CENTRAL RECORDPIPTJSESTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 15 1904 0 NUJlLBllB76 INSURES To keep your cistern free froth leaves birds nests bugs and trash of all kinds use J IR LOOK AT THIS LOW PRICES ON Wall Paper Must make room for our new stock Ve sell Furniture for CASH and on the easy pay ments one three six or twelve months time New line PictureMouldings Pic tures framed to order while you wait Successors Beazlcy Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business DONT FORGET WE ARE IN THE LEAD On Summer Dress Goods Laces Rib bons White Goods Em broideries t i Fans Belts A Gloves i Hosiery 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 rn I Pure Water m j f C fi I rn r Y 1m rn e fit lli U rn 1 Jt A1iT Hamilton Dunla to JA R Law i 4 IIoodIleaIth- n 0 E3 F3 r t L ilaseiddnth1fni- a IIn r I1TIPT fliflhl I y INSTALLMENTS s Handkerchiefs f Y t Cu li l S sill 1t rr 0f Local Interest U D Simpson sold his residence on Richmond street to Judge A D Ford price 2200 ami purchased Dr Evans residence on same street Mr Frank Schofold who put in the water works was here a few days since and shipped his machinery to Tallahassee Florida where he has a similar contract The YM C A representatives will conduct services i n the Christian chnrch Sunday night consequently no union meeting will be held Every body cordially invited Fair Privileges For Sale Dining room lunch counter soft drinks candy fruit peanuts popcorn and cigars Apply to D Walhn Secy Crab Orchard Fair Dates 27 2J tf Ice Cream Supper The members of the Lancaster J u1 venue Band will give another Ice Cream Supper in the Park tomorrow Friday night Plenty of ice cream sherbert and cake and a cordial invi tation extended to all to come and help the boys buy their instruments Admission only 10 cents Remains in Coal Business J T Williams who last week sold j his stock of groceries to Charley Za will remain in time coal business keeping a full stock of the best coal to be had Messrs auone and Kevins will keep a com plete stock of groceries and handle the best of eves vthing in their line They are hustlers and will succeed Ten Dollars Reward Some youngsters whose conduct prove s lack of good raising have been throwing rocks at the electric lights j one lamp and a wire being broken a j few nights since Messrs Sanders and Walker offer a reward of ten dollars for information which will lead to conviction of guilty parties The law against destruction of telephone and telegraph wires is very severe and the boys had better keep their eyes peeled Services Sunday Representatives from the state Y MCA will hold a special service for men and boys only at the Baptist church next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock All men and boys cordially invited and an interesting service is promised Services will be held in the Christian church Sunday evening at 745 oclock to which the general is cordially invited Big Sale at Burgin MrH E Goddard tells The Record that he has seating capacity for 1000 people at his big sale of horses and cattle Wednesday July 20 and the sale will take place at 11 a m after arrival of trains rain or shine lie also has a 300 foot speedway and the show stuff is ready Many line ani mals will be sold young teams mares with foal and in foal to Red Leaf the champion The fast 430 train will stop for passengers It Holding Out Well Notwithstanding the fact that there has been less rain fall this summer than for many years the lake has abundant water and there is enough without another rain to run through the summer While rains have been frequent yet they lasted only a short time and there were no genuine old fashioned frog stranglers This is splendid proof of the success of the lake and ought to put the croakers out of business Jack Has Narrow Escape Master Jack Tercy Burnside who fills the position of devil in The Record ollice got hold of some powder Saturday and was proceeding to blast the yurd at his home on Danville street He had placed the powder in a bottle and in some way dropped his match too soon the explosion the bottle and peeling the Dark off Jacks face Ills eye brows and a handful of hair also went up in smoke and the little fellow caused to suffer considerably for several hours Jack is a great favorite with all visitors to The Record oflice and his friends are glad to know that he escaped a very serious injury Although very young he Is the best devil The Record ever had Raids the Tigers Judge Burnside who is special rev enue agent for Kentucky had a day or two in this locality last week and utilized it by a visit to the Battle Row blind tigers He succeeded in getting into four or five before the alarm could be spread and the other operators hide their stuff At the first two visited he was informed that there were no drinkables on the place and given several other bluffs but the Judge is an old moonshine hunter and picking up an axe he proceeded to break into the dives which under the Farris tiger law and Uncle Sams law he had a perfect right to do He tells us he found more beer and whis ky in one than he ever saw in a regu lar saloon while all the others had an abundant supply on hand As none had Government license they at once dug up the necessary tax together with the penalties prescribed by law which amounted to several hundred dollars Until very recently the ti gem people always procured Govern ment license but they have become so bold as to think even Uncle Sam is of them in which opinion they are sadly mistaken t t r W I July S j n tl tl il tl j nOlle and Joe Nevius J 11 il n j I fl I p Ill bursting I afraid r rP I j public i Teachers Examinations Examinations of white teachers fur certificates will be in my office Friday and Saturday July 15 and 16 Examination of colored teachers will be held Friday and Saturday 22 tf Mrs Lewis L Walker Supt Church Secretary Mr Bascom Ford has been appointed Fiscal Secretary the Methodist church of Lancaster and as successor of Mrs Fan Shugars Rucker Those having account with current expense or Benevolence of the church will find his desk in office of Judge Ford at court house The Olliciai Board pass ed very complimentary resolutions of appreciation of Mrs Fan Ituckers ser vices as the former efficient Secretary Strange but True Truly the path of the country news paper man is exceedingly rocky and many are they who err therein Time local man may write 10000 nice notices about the beauti ful entertainment of Mrs So and So and Miss So and So and tho he gets 999 of thorn just right he will never hear a word of praise but let him get one of them wring and he gets a raking that would astonish a galley slave Danville News Event of the Season The Elocutionary Contest to be giv en at Waltons Opera House In Stan ford on evening of the 17th will be the biggest and best entertainment of this character ever held in Central Kentucky Mr E II Beazley the promoter has secured the best in the state young ladies who have had wide experience in this line and a treat is in store for the people Write him at Stanford and have seats secured as tub largest crowd ever at a contest will enjoy the battle Twenty Dollars in gold will be given as prizes In the capture of the two fourteen and sixteen year old boys who set fire to and destroyed a 25000 cooperage plant in Louisville one night last week and planned other crimes of a kindred nature a brace of dare devils of the Sixteen String Jack order were spoiled in the making Degenerate literature bad company cigarettes and idleness are the allegencies that brought the youngsters tip against the real thing where they likely to remain until they shall have had time to reflect upon that timehonored Bible injunction Be sure yuur sins will find you out Shelby Record Democratic Mass Meeting Pursuant to a call by the Democrat ic executive committee of the Fifth Appellate District of Kentucky the democrats of Garrard county are re quested to meet at the Court Housein Lancaster Ky on Tuesday August 2nd 1904 at one oclock p m stand ard time for the purpose of selecting seven delegates to attend the conven tion to be held In Lexington Ky on Thursday August 4th 1904 for the purpose of ruminating a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals of Ken tucky for the Fifth appelate district W G Gooch Ch Co Com- M D Hughes Secy 715 3t Teachers Institute The white Teachers Institute for Garrard county will at the Court House Lancaster Ky on August 8th and will continue five days Boyle county will unite with Garrard county Institute and Prof Ruric jS Roark Dean of State Col lege will act as Conductor All teach ers that fail to attend the full session of the county Institute forfeit their certificates and cannot thereafter certificates to teach during the year unless they are excused by the County Superintendent for such non attendance by reason of actual sick ness or other disability The colored teachers Institute for Garrard county will at the Courthouse Lancaster Ky on Mon day August 1 and will continue five days Prof C C Monroe of Owens boro Ky will act as Instructor 15td Mrs L L Walker Supt The Best Route to Take If you are going to the Worlds Fair why not take the advice of those who have made the trip and get the best line of travel There are seveal ways to go but before deciding on your trip ask those who have gone over the different lines learn the comforts and discomforts and then take the best If you do this you will choose the Hen derson Route You can leave Lan caster at 1030 a m go direct to Lou isville and there get a sleeper which puts you in St Louis bright and early next morning You have had a good nights sleep and saved the trouble and annoyance of making a drive of twelve miles to a neighboring town losing a nights rest to do so travel ing all day and being dumped into St Louis at 9 or 10 oclock at night and having to put in most all the rest of the night finding your quarters The fare from Lancaster over the L and Henderson Route is as cheap as you can get elsewhere you leave your own home in a comfortable train and have every comfort known to railroad travel If Lancaster did not have these accommodations a mighty howl would go up and as we do have them and it is the best route why pec pie seek is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and patron ize your own tf July 3 o f I complimentary Take Heed obtain convene Nand held speakers assembled are convene Monday more outofthe way travel road t 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 hores in the state will compete in races and show rings and you can count on the best show of stock to be seen in time South You will make a mistake if you miss this great show tf To Have a Good Town The most prosperous town is the one where there is the greatest evi dence of local trade says an exchange It doesnt require mansions g oat lawns and the trappings of to make a prosperous town or city but order cleanliness and the evidence of civic pride are an absolute essential The neat clean well kept home with the evidences of personal interest clean streets and back alleys free from rubbish the things that may be pos sessed by all save the really unortu nate are the things which make a town inviting and upon which pros perity measures rest FirstClass Rooms at St Louis Toe 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 situated on the principal street running to main entrance of Fair grounds and also convenient to bust ness 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 particulars tf A Deserved Compliment The following taken from a write up in a Connecticut paper will be read with interest by the young mans many friends here in his old home We have all heard a great deal about Southern chivalry and the typi cal Souihern gentleman as if that type of man had passed away since the Civ iI War A more courteous delightful well read and well bred ever obliging and altogether hospitable gentleman it would be hard to find either north or south of Mason and Dixons line than Robert Elkin Hughes secretary to the Kentucky Commission and res ident Commissioner Mr Hughes can not help being a good all round thor oughly upto date man as he is by profession a quill driver being one of the staff of the Louisville Courier Journal He is one of the best equip ped men I ever met and the way he can dispose of work is caution Noth ing ever seems to ruflle or upset him and he is a living contradiction of the popular saying that a man can only do one thing well at one time Most people would be satisfied to look after a voluminous correspondence direct a state exhibit manage a large house that has from two to three thousand visitors daily or do the social act and attend all the various functions going Most men as I have said would be satisfied to work along any ONE of the lines given above but Mr Hughes does it all and does it well It is only another case of the right man in the right place To be sure in the charm ing Hostess and her assistants as well as in others he has an unsurpasss cd corps of coworkers but with all due respect to the others to Robert Elkin Hughes belongs the chief credit of making the Kentucky state build ing the most seemingly popular and hospitable home at the Worlds Fair The secret of his success is found in the motto he got up for the state but ton Above a picture of the building are the words Kentucky Home Worlds Fair whilebelow is the sen timent Its Part Mine and that sentiment has been so broadened by Mr Hughes that it seems to include visions from all over the world Additional Personals Mrs C M Cliumbley who has been quite ill Is some better today Messrs W G Kemper and Ernest Woods of Paint Lick were here Tues dayMiss Ada Dickerson has returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholas vllle Henry Simpson who has been under the weather is able to be back at his post of duty in H T Log ans store By unusual coincidence there were exactly fifty wedding presents at the fiftieth anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Wednesday eveningA many young people will the big ball at Crab Orchard Spring tomorrow Friday night Sax ton will furnish the music and a most delightful evening Is promised Mr J M Smith cashier of the Bank of Bryantsvllle was in town Tuesday and made the Record office a pleasant call He left us a nice order for print log and tells us the bank is in a most nourishing condition The Fern Fishing Club of Middlesboro has our thanks for invitation to their annual picnic to beheld July 18 Mr AM old Lancaster boy is committee in charge of the boat races and band I I J an weal ioU car- line Lake an Kinnaird- an n further slightly attend Too Late Then Lee Turner editor of time Fulton Leader recently received fine which he supposing it to be a to ken of appreciation from a reader took it home and ate it for dinner The following morning he received this letter Dear Editor Yesterday I sent you a chicken in or der to settle a dispute which has aris en here It died with a new kind of disease My wife thinks it had while think it had blind stag gers examine it and let me know what you think the trouble was Work Is Great and Laborers Few The Lexington Leader thus sums up the labor situation The state ment is made that a number of made strenuous efforts Saturday to hire farm hands in this city but with little Although they offer high wages the sons of rest were not thereby tempted away from the shades of the citys walls and far mers are in a quandary as to what they shall do The wheat crop is to be harvested and hands are bad ly needed to do the work Corn to bacco and other crops need cultiva LIon If crops are not cultivated they must go tc waste What to do for farm laborers is now the problem must be had from some source and that quickly There is a very general disposition manifested among all classes of employers of labor to from somewhere the necessary labor for farms and households But whence this labor is to come is the question There is plenty of work for all who want to work and extra wages are offered for farm hands particular ly The action of Judge Riley in rid ding the streets of loafers is to be commended but it is doubtful if the employment of a few of this class will afford any appreciable relief to the farmers The farm labor and domes tic servant problems are pressing for solution and both housekeepers and farmers are greatly concerned over the matter Theres More Good Than Evil One day last week as we were strain tug our tired brain in an endeavor to write some news a friend dropped ir and his forlorn look told that he was suffering from that tired feeling after being up against the demphool a varmint placed upon earth to annoy mankind and serve as a constant reminder of the place set apart for the wicked in the great hereafter What ails you old man we querried Well said he 1 have concluded to get out of this blanked town go somewhere else a place where there are no rascals or men who try to make your life We asked if he had his wings and was en route to heaven and tried to console our friend by telling him he needed a hot foot bath some Kill ems pills etc but to no avail Don cherKnow I took a little account to a yap here this morning and he wanted to lick me for asking him for the money said it was too much 1 had overcharged him he could get it else where for less and soforth am done with that sucker its just such yaps as he who make tne good people want to leave Lancaster The foregoing is given to show how the demphool can bring discontent to business men those who are trying to build up the town men who are ready to help their neighbors men who re juice in a neighbors good luck and never show a contemptible little spirit if they think a man is meeting with success We told our friend last week that such pests in all towns but he was feeling so blue that he would have readily sold his business at that moment had abuyer appeared The demphool the knocker the snakeinthe grass exist every where dear reader so dont discouraged when one crosses your path We meet with one every few weeks but our belief is there ire fewer in Lancaster than any other town so why not rejoice In this fact go ahead and make the best of it If some yahoo knocks on your goods or tries to get your goods for half their value thank the Lord there are only a few like him in town then go ahead and be happy There is much more good than bad In the world likewise more sensible men than demphools so why be annoyed by the latter Treat everybody right practice the Golden Rule then you will be happy and when the occasional demphool hits you you will pay no attention to him but go along living as you should be happy and find much pleasure in life The grounds of the Danville Fair Association have been put in splendid shape the large amphitheatre having been completely overhauled making the most inviting and comfortable grounds in the state Everybody is going to this fair Its Aug 3 4 5 td Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone UU cholera success ready Labor Import I about miserable Now- I jealous existed J A BEAZLEY chicken discriminating 1 Please farmers experienced become 0 0- UNDERTMER a awr FOR Bargains you should attend the Closing out Sale OF NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR SEIUTIIIU Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost If you are in need of Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc you should call at once before your size is gone 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 H T LOGAN I 0 E lOGAN DRY GOODS L J SLAUGHTER SALE tii i COMPANY S5 Get In The Habit- Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co UMMMH Regular Summer GLEflRftNGE Is Now Every season we have a LEGITIMATE CLEARANCE SALE t o make room for our New Goods for the ap proaching season There is no fake about these sales no catch penny scheme but a genuine Clearance Sale in which our custom ers get genuine bargains Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED Our Prices Are RIGHT Screen Cloth Screen Doors Refrigerators Water Coolers Screen Windows Mason Fruits Jars Perfection Oil Stoves Ir fi I o t II t II I II II I 11 i t- OUR I i ISLE2I Ont t t o 2 lot n II t t II II II tItJLl ON Ice Boxes 1J HASELDEN t ROBINSOL 1tW J AATtAfV i t o aomo o aoe oa a 0o 0 J 2 0 0 a p A 0 e 0o L H 9 RECORD levied Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Kycu Mail Matter Lancaster Ky July i5 igoj A growing tendeney to invest in A farm land is noted in various parts of 5 the country such purchases often be 0 ing made by men who have never been farmers and if they undertake the Q work will have to go about it in an experimental way Probably the abundance of agricultural literature 4 pointing out the pleasures and profits X of agricultural pursuits has had some A thing to do with this tendency Some J of the beautifully Illustrated period cals which form a part of A tore are enticing enough to tempt any man to abandon his busi 0 ness and become a tiller of the soil A Books too that profess to teach any man how to farm successfully are en 0 tertaining if nothing more Some of x the productions on the other hand are of a discouraging sort A recent 0 volume for instance told the story of one farmers success but as he paid 60000 for his farm and spent 40000 0 more in making it profitable his ex ample was not one for the average land hungry man to follow But t there are farms and farms In the far West a thousand acres is none too Y much and many are of still greater 0 size In New England five acres or even less ranks as a farm In Y less than fifty acres is consider 7 ed hardly worth while for not a market gardner It will be a Y yet before the small farm Q the most profitable and most desirable to the western man for in 0 tensive agriculture is not yet known A here Nevertheless the farm is de creasing in size and will continue to 0 do so as the population grows The Democrats nominated Judge Alton Brooks Parker of New York for president and ExSenator Henry G Davis of West Virginia for vice president at the convention in St 3 Louis The tight is now on and until Y November we will have one of the A hottest campaigns in recent years The best thing that has come out of the conventions of the two great par Q ties is the fact that both candidates Parker and Roosevelt are clean men v In their political ideas they are wide v apart In their home life and stalwart S Americanism there is no difference 0 Both are good men However the elec Lion may go the Nation is assured that no low act or personal scandal 0 can touch the President At latest accounts honors seem to be easy between the Japanese and the Russians The Japs hold the advant age at sea and the Russians have checked the Japanese advance churia A battle that will virtually end the war is an event likely to oc cur any day That woman up in Indiana who wheedled her husband into buying her an 18 trunk in which she packed her clothes that night preliminary to run ning away with another man is an uncommonly inferior specimen of feminine humanity A St Louis paper speaks of its as the worlds summer school Judging from the reports most of the people in attendance are spending their time mainly on the play ground otherwise known as the pike The waters and the railways to charge their awful toll of Of course no one is to blame At least those to blame are never made to suffer for it On the charge of being backward summer seems at last able to prove an alibi Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson I 34tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at I 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 Hudson G3tf Pleasecall and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Remember the Crab Orchard Fair July 27 71tf D Japalac varnish makes old furnl ure new At Thompsons tf Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Splendid lot of pie plant for canning this week and next C Thompson 78tf Important Notices This to Is notify all Indebted to me that I am needing what is owing and must have the money at once This is intended for all who owe me and Itrust you will call and settle tf Having sold my grocery desire to sell my furniture and tado this I will beginning on Saturday July 9th offer mr entire stock at auction and every Saturday afternoon until sold sale will begin at 2 pm R A Stone 78tf I have sold my grocery and must close up my business at once All per sons indebted to me must settle at once 1 can indulge no longer 78tf R A Stone a tf t tENT t this Kentucky anyone longtime becomes Q on Man I I exposition continue humanity Banks 28 29 Hudson J Miss Sallie I you voi t jt zii ft Second Ctasa Q e literG 0 6 6 E b e 0Q 0 0 S 63 Tille l from is the in by of a a PAINT LICK Walter Ilammack is home again St Louis Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is visiting relatives here AT Hendricks of Hamilton Ohio is visiting his parents Miss Annie Francisof Corbin visit ed her home folks last week Miss Ethel Galloway of Lexington visiting relatives In this city Mr J C Napier sold his farm of 146 acres to M L Noe for 870 per acre Woods shipped two car loads of lambs for which he paid 5cts per Ib Miss Mary Ilunley of Stanford is charming guest of Mrs Pattie En tileinan Messrs Burnam Rucker are SOcts per bu on wheat delivered at their mill Mrs II E Rucker and Miss Lucy of Richmond are guests of Mr and Mrs I C Rucker Miss Allie Tribble of Richmond is here with friends and will teach the New Hope school next term Mr Jas Totten of Stanford here Saturday in the interest of the i International Harvestor Company Mrs E L Woods is expected home a short time after a visit to her sis tar in Illinois Her many friends will be sorry to learn that her health has not improved any since she left Mr R N Beazley has accepted a with the Continental Tobacco Company as buyer and general for this territory Mr Beazley is the best tobacco man we know of and they made a good choice Mr T S Burnam contemplates a two story brick ware house on his lot adjoining W S Fish 120 20 feet The Continental Tobacco company have made Mr B a tion to rent the ware house for a term five years Should they close deal this will bring in the tobacco miles around Paint Lick and be a help to our town LATEII The deal ha bes consumated the continental agreeing to take house for five years at 750 per year i decline to make the race for nomination for County Judge and trully thank my friends for the they have manifested in my Very respectfully C Armstrong BllYANTSVILLE Miss Anna Kay Jenkins is visiting friends at Burnside Chas Frasa of Richmond has been visiting friends here Miss Minnie Johnson of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Allie Dunn Mr Will Davenport of Somerset was here a few days visiting old friends Mr Richard Pettus and niece Miss Elizabeth Pettus are visiting in Mr and Mrs B F Patton have after spending several days in Louisville Mr Arthur Ford of Lexington spent shori time here Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Glass Mr and Mrs Ben Jennings of are visiting their daughter sirs Mrs Celia Armstrong and Miss Clara Bennett have gone to Hazard to visit Mrs Jno Davis Little Misses Lucile and Gladys Flowers of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn Miss Sunbeam Wilds of Nicholas ville is expected in a few days to Mrs Will Dickerson Miss Anna Belle Higginbotham left Saturday to visit Miss Mildred near Lexington Miss Mittie Dunn entertained a Quite a number of the farmers have sold their wheat at 85cts while others are hoping to do better M and sister Mrs Wm Woolford of Lexington visited in Stanford last week There will be preaching the Methodist church next Sunday morning and evening by the Rev WD Wilburn The many friends of Mr WB Burton are sorry to hear of his continued illness and hope to see him out before long Mr Will Smith of Burgin has after spending several days with his brother Mr J M Smith the popular cashier of the Bank Miss Maymee Ballard will leave in few days to attend a house party en by Miss Mary Ramsey at her home In the country near Lexington Misses Joe Helen and Wadelee Mer ritt entertained a few of their friends ery of Texas the guest of Miss Burnside Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After Ton Year of Sufterlnsr I wish to say words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mrs Mattie Burge of Martinsville Va I suffered from chronic diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any per manent relief Last summer one of my children was taken with 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 myself and did not use all of one bottle before I well and I have never since been troubled with that complaint One cannot too much in favor of that medicine This remedy Is for sale by Frlsbies Drug Store im isit giv I p J E L offer- Ing Adams was Kentucky position manager building interest welfare 1 Somerset returned Danville Sam Haselden Atkinson delightfully E II Ballard relatives very returned eveningJen- nie i a C i prop g Glow medicine was wonderful eel osi erln the oil W 5 JIUIJBLB I Mrs J C Robinson visited her moth Danville last week Mrs Bourne Gover of Somerset is visiting here Lee Austin is threshing most of the wheat in this community Miss of Lexington is the guest of Miss Ethel Carman Jas McKcchine bought 4000 bushels of wheat at 82 and 83c and shipped to Wayne county Dr W F Ilickle has returned from Medical College at Louisville where he has just graduated with high honors Messrs Hatve McBath and Grover McKechnie attended the reception given to Mr and Pettus at Preachersville Wednesday evening I The Ladies Aid Society the I Christian church will give an ice cream supper Saturday evening July 23 Proceeds to go for the benefit of the church Miss Ha Rankin of this place and Mr Waller G Pettus of Preachersville were married last Wednesday at the home of the bride Dr E II Pierce Mrs W II Furr visited at Crab last week Nose Lawson and family visited at H Furrs on Sunday Rev A J Murrell preached at Good Hope on the 2nd Sunday Billy Lawson and family visited at Ebb Cooks on Saturday last W H Furr sold to Sweeney Morgan lambs for 550 per hundred Mr Doan for the Great Bray Co was at Flatwopd last week E II Walker sold to C W Groves a house and 35 acres of land for 1000 Miss Maud Spainhower began her school at Lawsons school house Non day July 11th Charley Dillon bought of C L the house in which Dillon lives and 10 acres of land for 400 NO ritr For years fate was after me contin uously writes F A Julledge of Vcr 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 at McRob erts Drug Store 1m Business and Bargains Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Fruit Jars at Wards 2t For chest in good condi tion Nevius Zanone 7 15 tf The and best fair Crab Orchard July 27 28 29 71tf Pie plant for this week and next J O Thompson 7 8tf The best and biggest of all Crab Orchard Fair 71tf Show rings in forenoon races and For sale pair new computing seals used but A bargain Zanone Nevius 715 tf The best horses in the state will be at the Crab Orchard Fair July 27 28 29 71tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the Smith Currey Agts We have some nice 30 piece dinner sets at 298 per set See them Wards Grocery 2t Try Gilchers Light Rolls Fresh every day only dozen at Wards Grocery 21 Write secretary H C Bright at Dan ville receive one of the handsome catalogues of the big Danville Fair td Nevius Zanone carry everything in the grocery line and want your country bacon lard hams etc Highest market price paid 715 tf For Sale Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky jyg have German Millet seed oats and corn choice nicely cleaned Cul tivated hemp on liberal terms tf II A B Marksbury Son Notice to Taxpayers City taxes of 1904 are now due and I 610tf S D Rothwell Collector Eleven hundred nice young Laurel county stock ewes for sale at a reason 715 tf Marcellus Ky With cool grounds an excel lent amphitheatre and some of the best stock in the world on exhibition the Danville Fair will be one of the best ever held in Kentucky Remem the dates Aug 3 ta Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots block of the Bird Eye Mines 715tf J T Williams Sons A Great Bargain every up todate store nice but small Everyyear a profitable business since com In Garrard county real estate Me Whorter Ky Laurel county 715tf 0 I f f relatives f Vernie Sink rr li fI U Mrs W G o f I I I I LAT Orchard Clothing Walker 1 I SaleIce I OrchardFair been per Its Aug 3 4 5 meatresidence bestofA beautIful country home wIthcOl house filled with upto date goods afarm attached ucwas neveria a prod table condition than but no good exchangea good trade offered you 1ou canonE o lYUOll Show S S S d shad S menced and more now and J q McWhorter CLOSING OUT Spring and Summer dress goods of all kinds and Slippers We do not mean to carry any thing over 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 the minute style Give us a call See our mattings nice enough for the Parlor and cheap enough for the kitchen PAINT LICK KY USE Mastic Paint We GUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTS DRUGGIST iti 1 YIV rlrii vr Fi rlAvyltf9 i 2 WJid diflJ Estridge I I 0 I tliJ ffJ rfWilffiJ jf I 8 ij fJ B o I o I 4 o to I1- m 0o o m McWhorter Estridge I IE JI mr i i Ii oroooo o r Y- Our o o- o too 0 o 05 oiooooo ooooa oooooo oooao o S i cc L Hammack F U Koehler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special or ders filled without delay Blacksmithing AND Carriage Repairing Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction Piano for Sale A good Upright Piano almost new but little at Good gentle family mare for sale Apply at Record office 617 tf About 400 of good at my farm near 527tf Mrs Hallie Sweeney U Hmniak Co for this olice tf For Rent grassland Bryant vll1e B 0IL your order 610 acres yaIt 1 Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bre ad is bought at Currey Davidsons liB II ItKiTIcItobcrts asks the readers of this paper who arc suffering vith indigestion or dyspep sia 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 K Klol Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough 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 strength ening lm Weak Heart are caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are subject to attacks of indigestion the stomach and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid and heart disease is the final re suIt Kodol Dyspepsia 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 1m Deputy Clerk at Bryantsville B A McGrath has been appointed take acknowledgements of Deeds and all legal documents expandsswells heartbeats andis 1 y CHALLENGE to ALL COMERS by Captain and Catcher Plano Binder Chattanooga Disc Plow Pitchers j Disc Hasrow 1st Base Chattanooga S B Plow 2nd Base Tiger Corn Planter 3rd Base BrownManly Cultivator Centre Field Piano Mower light Field Tiger Hay Rake Left Field Richmond Champion Drill Short Stop v Perfect Fence Subs Tiger Cultivator Champion Corn Drill j Mgrs Ox Fertilizer Buena Vista Saddle Fair Field Fair Deal Let those entering for best 10 acres of Wheat Fertilizer care r Sfully measure off 10 acres No allowance Szl for cornshock spots 5- iSti1 S ill If rij 0 Y yiyIii 6 ti r11iJ107ljvl I I I The Pot1c Bse Ball Nine I I BtC 1 t 0- l 0 It s I p PIttsburg o r 0 gJiljri1 Yli1ffjr flJlfJfjJi l01tff0Y0Ttiflj fJfJlffJ l I I t 1 to a r I p fl PERSONALS Mrs Dr Burnett is in Shelby villc visiting relatives Mrs 0 II Irvine returned Saturday to her home in Louisville Mrs Robinson and Miss Rogers are visiting Mrs J S Robinson Mrs E D Potts of Lexington has been visiting Mrs II C Jennings Miss Alice Walker of South is the guest of Miss Alice Walker Dr J M StaHghton of Cincinnati is the guest of Miss Bessie Marksbury Mrs 7 T Rice of Richmond is visit ing Mr Leander Davidson and wife Miss Katie Lee Denny has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Bessie Wherritt is in Owens boro visiting Mr and Mrs M Bogle Miss Edna Mason is in Cincinnati visiting her sister Mrs Henry Mrs Jack McRoberts and children of Covington are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs J P Rucker of Ford were with relatives at the New Mason Hotel Miss Bessie Brewer and sister of Lebanon are guests of Mrs Terrill Layton Misses Margaret and AnncllTpmlin son have returned from a pleasant vis it to relatives in Lexington Mrs Matt Walton of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Anderson and attended the golden wedding Marvel Millinery Store Leaders in Ladies HEADWEAR See Our Lovely Belts Miss Ada Dickerson g t Carolina y W Falconer r W G 1I x iit f J i i I I i I J I VVVV i i t r r A j3 are now offering some j exceptionally fine I y and if you need a Buggy S Surrey Runabout Buck board dont fail to I SEE US rnraJ8 8 IN S VERitiEs l n a- We f 0 1 Mrs W S Bowman has returned to her home in Flemingsburg Misses Mattie and Mary Thompson are in Winchester visiting the Misses Renaker Miss Miry Erie Oldnian of Rich mond is the guest o f Miss Bessie SingletonMisses and Mary Doty return ed from a visit to Miss Nell Peyton of Lexington and children are in Livingston with her husband for the summer Misses Allie and Mary Arnold have returned from a visit to relatives in Paint Lick Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton is visiting her parents Mr Joe Burnside and wife Mrs Robert Henry of Eldorado Ark is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J C Robinson Mrs RE Hughes of Louisville and Mrs Mary Frisbie are at Mr J M Mil lers for the summer Luther ling of Burgin has been visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Til lett Danville avenue Miss Louise KauiTman who has been teaching in Virginia has returned home for the summer Mesdames Ilemphill and Folger of Nicholasville have been visiting their brother Mr W A Arnold Mrs J B Paxton and daughter of Stanford are with her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Robinson Harry Robinson of the D and D Institute of Danville spent Sunday with his parents in this city Mrs Georgia Lusk has returned from a delightful visit to her aunt Mrs W S Miller of Knoxville Tenn Henry Simpson Cosby Logan and George Smith have retrrned from a trip to the Cumberland Falls Miss Bettie Broaddus of Kirksville is the pleasant guest of Miss Carrie Saunders at Iliattsville this week Miss Francis Fogg after a few days visit to Miss Mary Landram Burnside left Monday for her home in Frank fortDanville Advocate Miss Mattie Mae Robinson of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Mary Dunn on Mr and Mrs C M Chumbley are congratulations over the of a son christened Robert Kin nairdMisses Lillie Noel of Danville Polly Traylor of Stanford are of Mrs U D Simpson and Miss Katie SimpsonMrs G Anderson gave an excep tionally pretty party Friday evening in honor of Miss Ossie Young and brother Frank of Chicago The house was charmingly in palms roses and sweet peas Delight ful refreshments were served and the i Mfrs Clell Broadway Johnson receiving arrival an decorated d evening ono of great enjoyment The guests were gowned with unusual taste Miss Young in a beau tiful white silk Mrs Izzia Heller and childrer of New York and Mrs Jennie Alslir of Eton Ohio are visiting their sister Mrs Jacob Joseph Misses Jennie Burnside of Bryants ville and her guest Bessie of Texas have been guests of Miss Lena Rigney Mrs W K Shugars and handsome son W K of Salvisa are guests of the family of Mr Wm Shugars at the New Mason Hotel Mrs J B Skinner of Jessamine In stitute and Miss Philips one of the teachers will visit relatives and friends here for a few days Mrs Kennedy and daughter Miss Gussie after several weeks visit to Mrs Banks Hudson returned Friday to their home in Lexington Misses Olivia Sweeney and Stella Huston returned Saturday from St Louis where they have been for a week attending the Worlds Fair The Record is glad to report Hon Lewis Leavell as much better today has been in poor health some weeks and was quite ill last Sunday Dr M K Denny who has opened a dental office at Livingston was here for a few days this week Marshall is an energetic young man who has a bright future Mrs A W Lawson and son Master George Walker and their charming visitor Miss Bettie Broaddus spent Sunday with Mr aud Mrs Alex Layton McCrearyMr who has been suf fering from rheumatism was taken to Martinsvillc Ind this week by Dr Isbell M r Burton has a stuborn case of the painful disease and it was decided to try the baths which fail to bring relief Interior Journal Mrs W W Hays and Miss Emma Hays visited Lancas ter relativesSunday Mrs J W Simp son of Garrard is visiting Mrs S R Cook Miss Lula Simpson of Gar rard is with Miss Sallie Cook Miss Myrtle Corminey of Garrard is with Mrs J C Corminey Judge R A Burnside special reve nue agent has been ordered to North Carolina for sixty days work with ten other picked men The fact that he was chosen out of much older and ex perienced revenue men from all over the United States is quite a compli ment to his ability as an officer The Record office had a pleasant call from Mr Petor Wells of Illinois this week Mr Wells was born and reared at Iliattsville but now has a good business in Bloom ington The Garrard county boys all do well when they go out into the world verifying the old saying that You cant keep a good man down Mr and Mrs J S Armstrong of Texas are visiting the parents Capt and Mrs Franklin J White on Richmond street in early life traveled for a Louisville grocery lirm and made Lancaster on his regular trips While making these visits to our city he met the charming lady who is now his wife and they were married in 1878 He soon moved to Dallas Texas where he established a packinghouse which under his able management soon grew into one of the largest In the West Today the Armstrong Packing Co is known to produce and packing men all over the nation He is one of the few men who have worked their way up in business and by his good untiring energy and liberal views has laid by enough of this worlds goods to keep the wolf from the door during his remaining years but it seems impossible to induce a man who has always worked hard to let loose of the plow handle and when not actively engaged Mr Armstrong is like a fish out of water One of his many noble his desire to help men who are trying to get a foothold in the world and if he learns of a deserving young man he quickly necessary go his own pocket to help that man but on the other hand if he once goes up against a lazy shiftless fellow that boy had best stay on the other side of the street Mr and Mrs Armstrong will remain for several weeks much to the gratification ot their many friends and acquaintances in Lancaster and vicinity j He for seldom Dallas latters Mr traits Is employs received Montgomery Bloomington Armstrong judgment young WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Romans Elmore 1 I 0- i lii J 0 t i t FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY Celebrated Wednesday July 6th by Mr and Mrs Wm G Anderson JMr and Mrs William G Anderson celebrated their fiftieth anniversary on Wednesday July the old near Lancaster Ky where they first pledged their nuptial vows where their children were born and where they have known in happy companionship their share of the vi cissitudes of life The evening shades dropped gently down upon the long line of carriages that conveyed the friends to the festal scene The ap proach was lighted by tissue paper lanterns whose soft glow revealed the gay commingling of the younger con grand children and close relatives of the present generation Within the timehonored rooms were assembled the older guests some of whom were contemporaries of the bride and groom Of these were pres ent nine persons who witnesed the ceremony in 1854 Among the silver ed heads none showed the march of time less than the couple in whose honor the company were assembled The interior was decorated with trailing vines and blooming plants Cut flowers clustered in vases and glowing candles added to the brillian cy of the scene Upon a background of green against the lofty stairway were the figures 1854 and 1901 cut out in white and gold Not least among the favorite places of commingling was the large room where lemonade was served and the bridal presentsdis played There was a handsome col lection of golden souvenirs useful and ornamental In the receiving line with the bride and groom were Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mr and Mrs Joseph Robinson Mrs Maria Soper Jasper and Mr and Mrs W II Wher rift Mr Wherrltt was one of the wedding attendants when a young man and he and his handsome wife will celebrate their own golden if spared till November 1905 Mrs Anderson wore black peau de soie with white ruchings White sweet peas in her hair Each mem her of the bridal party wore a white hollyhock boutonniere The cheerful faces happy words heartfelt greet ings and grand old rooms made up a picture long to be remembered The immediate family present were Mrs Nannie Young and children among whom were Mr and Mrs Levering Young Mrs Lula Bowman Mrs Flor ence Grant and children Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson and children Among the guests were Mrs Franklin Bacon of Louisville Mrs Dr Jasper of Nicholasville Mrs E D Potts and Mrs Matt Walton of Lex ington Quite a number were prevented by the infirmities of age from leaving their homes at night Mrs Susan An derson however was present with ready word of cheer At supper the guests were seated around a tastefully decorated board of tempting delicacies The Rev Mr Tinder offered thanks choice words of congratulation and Mrs Potts expressed good wish es by reciting an original poem and framed in gold which is to this sketch She then led in the familiar words of Auld Lang Sync joined by fifty voices The oc casion made a happy landmark down the hill of life At the considerate hour of ten were spoken and wishing the popular pair many happy returns of their wedding day the world left to darkness and to them FIFTIETH AXXIVEIISARY LUCY HEUXDON WM G ANDERSON tail 1901 Good Withes from Eugenia Ditnlap fotti Twas on a balmy summer eve Just fifty years ago When friends were met to celebrate The bridal of these two The seal of youth was on the brow The eve with Joy agleam The echoes set to music rare The lilt of loves young dream Good cheer true welcome marked the hour Kind words were everywhere Rich blessings from devoted hearts Were showered on the pair Not many of that happy throng Are gathered here tonight The few survivors foudly call The scene by memorys The life begun then handInhand Has known both cloud and sun May evening shades drop gently down Until the race Is run The sacred vows are spoke again The record of the past Is rounding up In pledges new To bind them to the last God bless them both and all their house What time may be given God reunite the ransomed band Within the courts of heaven A GUEST For sale old corn I 7 8tf J F Robinson Buckeye Roller Mills Jno H Potts W Potts the firm name of Potts Bros have again entered into a partnership and will operate the Buckeye Roller Mills situated near Buckeye To the pub lic we will say that the products we put on themarket will 1 in every respect We completed the installation of new and uptodate machinery and are building a 1500 bu elevator and will have same ready for the new crop and expect to with wheat for which we will paythe cash price We also have in connection a small with which to do custom sawing and are also in the any number good logs at the right figure We want every body to trade with us Give us a call We have a telephone in office so call us up us your order No too small or too large Bread wheat taken on deposit if livered at mill and flour taken at mill door Respectfully 715 3t PottuBrog n f e 1ooiQ fiat homestead tingentthe out of town her ever and spoke appreciation prInt- ed appended goodbyes was light I andO beA havejust hilt highest saw mill marketfor saw anniversary still some under market and give orders d r 3rawYik 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 probab lyone 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 bv Frisbles Drug Store 1m STONE Frank Folger has ripe peaches Home price 150 per bu Walter Fain cud wife have gone to live with Mat Folger and family Mrs Margaret Stone of Madison is visiting her son J S Stone at Judson J W Sweeney and Jacob Joseph of your city were in our town last week on business Mrs Jennings of Jessamine accom panied by her daughter visited Mr and Mrs W B Wilson last week Uncle Cy Moberly has a dog taugh to ring the dinner bell and he hopes to soon teach him to feed the Sunday School at Scotts Fork is in creasing at the rate of 75 per cent each Sunday Our good brother C M Moberly Is a hustling leader Forty in attendance last Sabbath and there is room for more Come on On June 30th the Grim Reaper vis ited the home of J H Raney and se lected him for his victim It is what we call death Is it true that we die No There is no death to the creature made in the image and likeness of the Godhead It is only a passing or go ing out of this life Mr R had been a patient sufferer for many years but until a few months before his demise I was diligent in business and kindly acts toward his fellows He endeav ored as far as possible to live with all men and at all times ob serving the Golden Rule He be lieved in God he loved his home and family A s the end approached he talked a little and about twentyfour hours before his death he said And may God help you all meaning fjmi ly and friends about him Born on the 23rd of September 1832 in Garrard county he has resided here all his life reaching his majority only a few miles from place of birth He married Miss Pattie J Ray who still survives him To them were born seven children all of whom are living except two We extend condolence to the bereaved and point them to the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world He is not dead but sleepeth PREACHERS J W Cummins off duty this month and is at home J B Hutchins sold a cow and calf to John Anderson for 30 Miss Ida Holtzclaw is visiting her sister Mrs Din Anderson Lenard Nave and family have been visiting friends at Buckeye James Kennedy and wife are visit ing relatives in Indianapolis Mrs Mary Elmore and two boys have returned to their home in Jellico Mr Tom Ramsey and wife were visiting Uncle Dan Naylor and family SundayMrs Thompson has been vis iting her mother Mrs Garner at Ce dar Grove The Misses Brown of Rockcastle are visiting Misses Fannie and Ella sold 45 cattle to S Morgan Also two mules to Din Anderson for 200 A protracted meeting is being held at the Methodist church this week conducted by the pastor Rev R F Jor danMr Walter Pettus and Miss Ha Ran kin a beautiful and refined young lady of Hubble neighborhood were the 6 inst at the home of the brides father May peace and accompany them through life Working 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 When a man shines in society he seldom shines in business Chamberlain Cholle Chleor and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certain to be needed in almost every home before the is over It can always be depend ed upon even in the n ost severe and dangerous cases It is especially valu able for summer disorders in children It is pleasant to take and never falls to glue prompt relief Why not buy it now It may save life For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m The coming man is seldom noticed until after his arrival ratalljr Tottered A case came to light that slstent and unmerciful torture has perhaps equaled of Colusa CaL writes years I endured pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I everything known I across Electric Bitters and Its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A com pletely cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Roar anteed by R E McRoberte Druggist chicken I peaceably I ThompsonW at3ct married prosperity I I 11 Joe Golo Fur 15 came oUt 1 hoc I s e n summer for per never been hick insufferable tiled few bottles Only Satisfaction t v J J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Conn Bros To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and 2 mmffiffiffiffimmmillmillmffimmmm mmmillm I Ijank l3ank of Kentucky Iff11fI1fl111Hi11II11t11t111111ftlt11111Ptllilfrillt1lflll itlftltrillit t Well Equipped Th4 Ijr antsuill4Ijr- gantsville DOLLAR B H KROGER President LEO J VAN LAUR E W JEWELL Vice Presidents ONLY ONE If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to 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 1M Provi I 8ovin s Bonk Iru t CO i WmIlcrudoii G B Swiiicbr- oadKerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Oflice over Stormes drug store I I I 1 1 Sent on Application W S BEAZI EY Dentists Y Office over Thomp ons store Danville st 1 G C Faris Q FA- RISBeazietY Seasonable Articles Toilet Waters 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 i FIISIIR Oil Stoves Refrigerators Ice Cream Freez 4 See Our NewBooklet BAN NG IIY MAil is added January and July and compounded Chamber of Commerce Blilg Cincinnati O confidential1M proim I 8ovin s Bonk Iru 1 Co est DRUGSTORE ers Buggies tBuggy H Harness Mount EIki n asai J A Good Story The following is told byexGov Bob TaylorFellow came to was a country stopping before of the big newspaper ollices he notice a bulletin which read iu a m Col Josiah Snob very ill 1030 a Snob slowly sink 11 a Snob passed away Well the countryman went home When Deacon Jones got sick he put up a bulletin as follows 10 a m Deacon Jones very ill 1030 a m Deacon Jones rapidly sinking 11 Jones has gone heavenA who happened to be passing and saw the bulletin paused and wrote under it 12 m Great excitement in heaven Deacon Jones has not arrived Ono Ilccoiiiineiidatloir Sold Fifty Boxes of CIiamberlaiiH Stomach and Liver Tablet I have I believe sold fifty 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 11 Shore Druggist Rochester Ind The pleasant effect of these Tablets makes them a favorite with ladies every where For sale by Frisbies Drug Store im 17000 People at Communion- A remarkable feature of the opening day October 16 of the big missionary convention at the Worlds Fair will be an immense celebration of the Lords Supper Preparations arc be ing made for 10000 people to sit at one Communion table together with for 7000 more uuder the same roof This communion ser vice where 17000 people will partake of the Lords supper at one time will probably be the largest communion service ever held in the world and this sight alone would merely as a sight unusual in the worlds history abun bundantly repay for whatever sacrifice it may be to some of our Christian church members to go to the Night Wan Her Terror I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alex andria 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 abso lutely guaranteed to cure CoughsColds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoborts Drug Store 1m The turn of a womans head often turns a mans head Politics has made a few men and un made a great many townhe editorand n mCol mCol amDeacon TabletsP accommodations convention j inc 1 Lady u purgative t HOME LIFE To be happy and complete requires a perfect balance of health between band and wife Many a happy home has been made miserable by the and fancies the moodiness and ill temper of a dyspeptic husband or wife Dyspepsia and other disease of the stomach and its allied organs of diges tion and nutrition can be cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery When the diseased stomach is cured the food eaten is perfectly di gested and assimilated and the body is made strong by nutrition the only pos sible source of physical strength Chronic cases of dyspepsia and stom ach trouble which have been pro nounced incurable have been perfectly and permanently cured by the use Golden Medical Discovery I was taken sick two years writes Rev W H Patterson of White Cloud Ala with what the doctors thought was trouble indigestion or nervous dyspepsia also constipation inactive I was in a dreadful Tried several doctors with but little result Finally I wrote stating my condition You recommended Golden Medical Discovery Favorite Prescription and 1el lets two bottles seemed to do very little good I had so feeble that I was almost traveling about had down to one hundred fourteen pounds I wrote again and advised me to continue so I went and bought six bottles and the Pellets and began anew following directions When I taken about five bottles I felt much better and was greatly improved and weighed one hun dred pounds I Dr Pierces Pellets cleanse the sys tem from accumulated impurities tt c different Land Stock Crops The round up of the six principal market points figures out almost pre cisely the same as a year ago Tin rush of cattle to market last year did not begin until nearly summer whip this year the heaviest volume was al the first part of the year The result was that at the end of February thin year the total at six points was 250001 ahead of 1001 At the end of Marci this difference was cut to 100000 anc at the end of May the figures about balanced Receipts at Chicago fog the first five months are also very close to the number received for the same period last year A Lawrence county farmer is expe rimenting with alfalfa and he says that on high land and on the poorest points possible it does splendidly W T Kane of Fallsburg Is the gentle man who is making the experiment and it would be well farmers to communicate with him and learn about this new feed It seems that no matter how dry the location nor how poor the land this grass and can scarcely be eradicated Grayson Tribune exchange says this is quite a crit ical time in the cattle situation for conditions are such that they will surely show whether there are many cattle available or not Recent would lead one to believe that the supply wassmall for advanc ing prices have failed as yet to cause a rush to market Even buyers are bullish in their talk and expect to have to pay 86 CO before the middle of July Another week or two will sure ly demonstrate the volume of the sup ply and the temper of the feeders There is no doubt but what this ad vance would have come sooner had there been less haste in getting cattle to market two or three months ago The receipts since Jan 1st at Kan sas City according to The Star aggre gate 705156 cattle 2550J calves 1016 535 hogs 436 3066 sheep and 32916 horses and mules 46036 cars As compared with the corresponding pe ried of 1903 the increase is 64021 cat tle 2 914 calves133476 hogs 3513 cars and decrease 2836 horses and mules and 54653 sheep This time last year hogs averaged around 225 pounds They now aver age around 208 pounds says Breeders Gazette In June 1903 they averaged 231 pounds and went up to 257 pounds in September dropping back to 228 pounds In November and to 206 lbs in January 205 pounds in February 206 pounds in March 208 pounds in April and about that figure for May Hogs have marketed lighter every year on the average since 1896 when the average per head was 256 pounds It was 242 pounds in 07 241 pounds in 98 237 pounds in 99 234 pounds In 1901 220 pounds In 1902 and 227 lbs in 1903 It is claimed that a successful milk ing machine has been invented by which cows are milked by electricity The machine consists of rubber hoods which are attached to the udder of for our A n I flourishes developments the cow and then connected with ves for receiving the milk by means of rubber tubes The air is from these tubes by an electrical device which causes a suction that resembles the sucking of a calf thus causing the cow to let down her milk more freely than when hand milkedThe Live Stock Journal Chicago says the general loss of pigs all over the stock breeding States from the late cold spring must make a short supply of breeding hogs as well as for fattening pigs Twenty five or fifty of the pigs have been lust according to reports from several States Pure beef feeding pigs of ear ly litters are so scarce that prices will be higher than ever before knownand the loss of thousards of pigs in March and April will make a short supply of fat pigs which must advance prices A word to the unwise is superflu ousTo err is human and the ability to hide it is divine When trouble calls it usually finds a man at home An expert is a man who doesnt get confused when crossexamined A mis n U2 is ill i i ilia a ile it is in his wifes name The pill that will will 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 Affect yet they are so certain in re ults that no one who uses them is lisappointed For quick relief from piousness sick headache torpid liv r jaundice dizziness and all troubles irising from an inactive sluggish liv r Early Risers are unequaled Sold oy R E McRobcrts 1m IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis CommencingSunday June uckys popular line the Henderson Route will inaugurate a safe andFasj Day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment gen rally of all twins 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 p m 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 fine as on any train operating in or out of Ken tuckyThe 830 a m train through with out change of cars will be composed of Pullman Observation Parlor Cars Free Reclining Chair Cars Dining Cars and high back seat passenger coachesThe Cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventh Street Union Depot Louisville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Sta tion St Louis In purchasing your ticket to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and theIlen derson Route lie will have them in stock and will be glad to ticket you that way You will be satisfied in every re spect with the accommodation and safe train service that is offered by this line which has been termed the Official Route for Kentuckians 71tf R KiNNAIRD INSURANCE Companies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Aetna LlTelns Co ofHartforl Conn i s Is exhausted percent 26th Ken FolIOWllle resell ill Choice Milling Wheal Wanted We are today paying QOcts per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Red M Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the top market price COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING Ballard Co July 13th 1904 Louisville Ky Ballard i CONDITION Bank Of Bryantsville AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Thursday June 30 1904 RESOURCES Discounts Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Due from National lacks Due from State lianks and Hankers Due from Trust Companies 6015 71 XX 00 0r13 71 Blinking House and Lot Other Kstute US Honda Other Stocks and Specie Currency Exchange forClei rinK other Items curried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures Fund to jmy Taxes Current Expenses Last Quar ter Give description location value and how nil real estate ex cept hanking house cud lot 11 tiny owned longer than live years LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash 730000 Fund Undivided Profit IS 98 Due Depositors as follows viz to chcckou interest Is not paid 9fi2C 09 Deposits subject to check on deposltsonTime certificates of deposits- on which Interest Snvliig deposits on which Certified Checks Due National tanks Due State Hanks and Hankers line Trust Companies Cashiers outstanding tills Unpaid dividends Taxes due and unpaid Capital Stock not paid SUPFLKMEXTAUY Highest amount of indebted ness of any stockholder person or form including in the liability the or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly- or Indirectly if such exceeds 20 percent of capital stock actu al y anti actual amount of of the How is ludebtedness stated In above item 1 second Hlphfst amount of Indebted ness of any director or olli cer If anoint of such in percentstock of bank How Is same secured Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or sty of the or firm liability of the Individ vial members thereof cx cecdSo per cent of paid up capital and If suchindebtedness Amount of last dividend Interesttherefrom before declaring lessthanprofits of the bank for theperiod covered by the divi surplusfundwas declared Total 1717597 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss I J M Bunk of Rryantsville a Hank located and doing business in the statement of the condition of said Hank at tho close of business on the Soth day of June UH to the best of his knowledge nnd belief and further says that business of said Bank has been transacted at the hoes thou named anti not elsewhere and that the above report is made in with an otlical notice received from the Secretary of State designating the Soth of June lJo4as the on which such report shall be made SMITH Cushier Public W 51 ELLIOTT C U BECKER Directors FOX PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY Choking Catarrh Cured Your Money Back If Hyomei Doe Not Cure You Use Hyomei and be cured 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 pow er of Hyomei to cure catarrh Many 01 the staunchest friends of this remedy today began its use with little hope that they would be cured but as R E Mc Roberts offered to refund the money if it did not cure they decided to try that plan and were soon to health Finest Kind of Offer- Ifflllona Doe Not Cure Dyspepsia Get Your Money tack at McUoberm You run no risk whatever in purchasing Miona Natures cure for dyspepsia 1Ifor Mlonn on return of the empty boxes If the purchaser tell me It failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troublesThis guarantee covers two 50c boxes or a Take Miona for a month a soc box contains two weeks treat help you bring back the empty boxes Me Roberts and he will re turn your money in accordance with the guarantee OF THE roans nnd 3IU7W 2uG 21 Bonds 0 lJloo Total J7J7li 1 I r com r duIcts a true the J theGthIt IllETTrs andneighboring t treatmentSigned mentand if does not to- RE I Mo rtg s 2o3 which re batik 7 actual 7 lay M TIIE ion restored p it t e KoAO Ii Many people who are neglecting symptoms kidney trouble hoping it will wear away arc drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the kid neys so they will perform their functions properly kid neys strain out the impurities front the blood as it passes matter is carried by the circulation If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and prevent a fatal malady It is pleasant to take and benefits the whole system 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 upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or particles float about in it your are diseased and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should at once G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years- G D Burhsns of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleya Kidney Cure It entirely stopped tho brick and pain and symptomsofUidnejr disease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any or those symp toms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes BOo and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY BRIGHTS DISEASE KIDNEY CURE kidneysdo causingdizziness irregularheart dust sediment i kidnes betaken anyone DYSPEPSIA OWE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe L00 trresthe trial sells for 50 cents PREPARED ONLY rT THE tA90PAT0aY C DeWITT CHICAGO ILLFor sate by R E McRQBRTS Lancaster Ky bottle contains 2S slz aidch o- rE k corn pANS flies Upon of rile Piles upon top of piles of people have the Piles and DcWItts Witch Hazel Salve cures ihcin There are many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine and original Witch Hazel Salve made by E C De Witt Co of Chicago a cure is cer twin II A Tisdale of Summerton S I had piles 20 years and IK Witts Salve cured me after else failed Sold by It E Mc Roberts im For are authorized to announce Stun D I MOOKK of Alercer as a candidate for Congress in the Eight District to succeed HonG G Gilbert subject action oi the Demo cratlc party Your support is earnestly jollei ted tr For Congress- We sre authorized to aiiionnce liny HAKVK HKIM of loneoln county us u candidate for Congress in the Eighth district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress We ore authorized to announce Hon George G Gilbert for renominatiou as candidate fur Congress sutjcct to action of the Doinoerutie party For State Senator We are nnthorzed to announce II L Stub lie of Lincoln it a cnndidate for State Sena tor subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce It L Divot sos 13 candidate for nomiiiHtion for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratiu partyFor Supt Public Schools Mrs Magsle B Gnlley is candieate for of Public Schools in iamirtt Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce J K Robin son as u candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to action of tho Demo partyFor Supt Public Schools- We are authorized to announce Miss Millie Dunn as a candidate fur nomination for Common Schools for Garrard ty subject to the action of the Democratic par tyFor Congress lion Adapt Carpenter of Moreland Lincoln county has by the Pruhlhi as their candidate for Congress IIe is one of the lending citizens and farmers and in making the rice fur Representative last November on this ticket 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 M JN LAUNDRY 51 W Maui St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN LancasterKentucky Agent C Congress- We to the a con l tit 1509 I I top e says everything County Superintendent I LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsooo SURPLUS B F HUDSON Cashier C D WATKKK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Tno R Stormes W H Kinnaird To Close Out Our Business Our large and attractive stock of Monuments Markers and Headstones The Greatest Opportunity ever offered in Lexington This work is of the best grades of Marble and Granite and o new and artistic designs Call at once and make a selection if you are in of any kind of Cemetery Work It will be lettered in the best style and delivered and set up in the Lan caster or other Cemeteries or delivered securely packed on the cars The Lexington Monument Co 549 West Main Street Lexington Ky t j 10000 IW O RIONEY Asst Cashr I N 0M 8 O 8 x493 o 1L o 2 J F Robinson Asst Cashr g S o O I 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our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co K J Kindly mention this paper MEDICAL scoviFOR THE BLGG SX 3 YEi I RPi lERCfS d nFfft D J New irk 3S across the world that it be I FlfdSH THE may NEtAQJS Price SOcSIOO 3 Free Trial Jl t seen suffering humanity every where the most marvelous medical the world has ever known quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CATAUKII and all BLOOD DISEASE It strikes at the very root o the disease driving the poison from the blood and replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not hXIST when the BLOOD is PUKE LIFE PLANT snakes it so then nature docs her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee is KO CUltE NO PAY Mrs Chns Spach of Fifth St New Philadelphia 0 three months I had rhcrtmutlsm In n very severe form My feet ere so badly Swollen that they felt as If 1 were standing on needles Could walk only with and severe pin The pain was BO severe as to glvo many ileejilrss hours at night I was n great stitlerer Could find no until I took LIFE 1LAMT Two bottles cured me 1 cannot say too much for lu MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O b Q iil Lifo Plant dIscov- ery will I great llllleuity relief Q Q