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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY JULY 22 1904TEUt NUMB n i 1FIFTLLT1I Pure Water I INSURES ioodllea1th I keep your cistern fa1 fI free from leaves fI birds nests bugs and trash of all kinds use m I 1 E3- u 1 oj i To 3 r C llae1deu fit Filter I HASBLn N I J I wAA r LOOK AT THIS LOW PJUCl S ON Wall Paper Must stake roost for our new stock sell FUrl1itLlre for CASH and on the easy payments one three six or twelve months time New line PictureMol1ldings Pic tures traIned to order while you wait d Hamilton unla Successors toJA nestley Co D 5I S l We INSTALLMENTS y g t D L DAVIDSONI Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business CLEARING SALE Our stock must be reduced at least 2000 00 by Septem ber 1st to make room for fall goods In order to do this we will sell everything in Dress Goods Slippers Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets MattingsWindow BlindsShades a great many other at cost in some than cost Remember lhil sale will be forcash or produce Every thing charged will be at regular price j land R L JenninsJ Paint Lick f goods i S Y 0f Local Interest Monday will be county court day Crab Orchard fair next Wednesday The National Dank is the latest bus iness house to be given a neat coat of paint Better engage a conveyance for the Crab Orchard fair next week Every body is going The best races in the State at Crab Orchard fair next Wednesday Thurs day and Friday The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs W A Price Friday after noon at 3 oclock George T Arnold is looking after the Graded School property during absence of Prof Mannix The Christian Endeavor will give a social to the young people 14 years and over of Lancaster at the Chris tian church on next Friday night July 22 The boys realized a neat sum on the supper Friday night and tell The Record they will soon have enough money to make first payment on their band instruments Examination Tar Scholarship Examinations for the State College scholarship at Lexington will be held in my ollke Thursday July 25th Mrs Lewis L Walker Snpt 81 50 to Cincinnati Snnday Train leaves at 5 a in giving the whole day in the city As all the decorations for the Elks celebration this week are up the old town will be well worth going to see Ralph Thompson agent for Provident Savings Assurance has returned having had a success ful trip the past week Lancaster is his headquarters and he will be here most of the time Kentucky Sunday School Convention The 30th annual meeting of the Ken tucky Sunday School Association will be held at Henderson August 2420 Some of the most noted Sunday school workers of the country will be there and one thousand delegates are expect More Times In Trouble Judge Burnside gathered in two more tiger operators Friday and them in jail in Danville As Uncle Sam has these ducks they will have to pay the penalty for violating a law which has become almost as much a farce as has most all others on the statute books The Congressional Nomination The democratic congressional com mittee will meet in Xichulasville to day Thursday to decide upon a meth od of selecting a nominee The impression is that a primary elec tion will be held each of the three contestants asserting that they are in the race to stay The representatives of Y M C A Messrs Rosellcld Dick and Lucas conducted two very interesting and profitable meetings here Sunday one for men and boys at the Baptist church and another for the general public at Christian church This or g mization is doing great good all over the country and the speakers told of Its rapid growth in Kentucky Eugene the fouryear old son of Mr fluid Mrs Thus Boyd died at the home of its grand mother Mrs Bettis at Lowell after a lingering illness The remains were kept until Monday to await the arrival of Mr Boyd who has a position in the far West He arriv ed Sunday night and the burial took place at Lancaster Cemetery Monday afternoon Mrs Boyd is a daughter of Geo Bettis deceased the family residing in Lancaster for several years The Tigers Stirred Up A deputy United States marshal gathered in several blind tiger opera tors last week who were taken before Commissioner Lavvill at Danville They were held over to the United States court under large bonds which were furnished Uncle Sams little turning over of the Chute created quite a commotion in tiger circles the operators who had come to believe they were a law unto themselves be ing put to considerable trouble Another Promotion fop Rice It is very gratifying to his many friends to know that Mr Howard Rice formerly of Lancaster given another promotion by the Seeding Machine Co Something over a year ago all the leading grain drill companies of the world united into one big concern with headquar ters at Springfield Ohio Mr Rice who had with the Hoosier Drill Co for many years was taken to the main offices and given a very impor tant desk The company at its re cent semiannual meeting decided to have eachof their respective facto ries operated on basis as to the merger and most of the present officers numbering over one hundred will be transferred to their original locations Mr Rice however has been given entire charge of the Kentucky division and will be located in Louisville The position is a very responsible one and many frieuds rejoice in bis good luck I I I i U n U U U n U U then Company I il il n U II landed t I Y St C A thestate l Bettis I hasbeen American same I O 1 ii jed II general peen previous Bucks t G == Accounts For Sale We have a few accounts for due The Record which we will sell to proper parties at a reasonable figurer All are collect able by law List shown to who mean business There are about twentyfive accounts in Jim Is Brief But to the Point Editor James M Allen of the Cyr thiana Democrat thus sizes up the democratic nominees etc The Democrat is for Parker and Davis the platform Parkers tele gram the conventions reply teeth and toenail top sides and bottom the old flag and an appropriation till kingdom come and the other place freezes over now and Now excuse us till we finish printing a bull catalogue Secretary Hughes Ill Mr R E Hughes secretary of the Kentucky Exhibit Association who came home for a brief visit to rela fives became very ill Monday about four oclock and it requir ed several hours hard work by Dr Kin naird to relieve him The trouble came from his stomach and for a time the clever fellow was in a serious condition He remained in bed for a day or so and left for St Louis Wed nesday Bob has been up against the Worlds Fair feed for many months and according to our notion the home bill of fare was more than he could safely manage Best Season In Years Crab Orchard Springs is enjoying the best season in many years The buildings are in good shape and we unhesitatingly assert that no better meals can be found at any summer Mrs Willis gives this her person al attention and people who have been around enough to know anything are well pleased All hotels have to con tend witn knocking from moss backs who have never been in more than two hotels and who live on and fat meat when at home but there is no occasion for this at Crab Orchard Springs Why not few days needed rest by spending a week there Bank Advertising Some of the local banks which are enterprising enough in other seem now to be awaking to the importance of advertising their through the newspapers This is but a sign of the times It is an advertising age because it is a progressive age and all lines of bust ness that are not contented with the old ruts are seeking to getout of them The surest sign that a business is in a rut is that it does not advertise for the advertiser is ever the the man that is reaching out after more bus and advertising is the live means of extending the field of any enterprise that depends upon patronage Louis vice The Fair a Success The Kirksville fair was the most in years a neat sum being made and a most enjoyable time fur nished the visitors Mat Cohen of Richmond wun the 500 Bankers Stake for best saddle mare or gelding any age with the six year old stallion ny Cerro Gordo dam by Old Peavine Judge Can trill ch gelding owned by Brock Bros Georgetown was second Rex Peavine owned by Dr Hockaday of Silver Creek Ky was third and Chas Sandidges 3 yearold Chester Dare bay mare was fourth There was an immense crowd present to witness the big event and it was a battle royal between the Georgetown gelding and the Bales and Azbill stallions for first honors and the skill and fine horse manship was cleverly displayed by the riders of both horses resulting in a de cision favorable to the stallion which pleased the crowd and satisfied all present that they had seen two won derfully great saddle horses meet Cart Orchard r all foreveramen morn- Ing resort cornbread take- a directions business mosteffec successful chestnut OOC OOO subscription parties aces pubic Journal Verdict lf2l Fair A N D Races JULY 272829 Big Premiums Fine Stock Good Music Plenty Shade Best Show rings in morning Races every afternoon Track In Kentucky Cordial InvitationToAIl 1 Garden vegetables and Irish are unusually good Whitewash Slack onehalf bushel of unslacked lime with boiling water keeping it covered during the process Strain it and add a peck of salt dissolved in warm water Add also three pounds of ground rice put in boiling water and boiled to a thin paste one hall pound of powered Spanish whiting and a pound of clear glue dissolved in warm water Mix all these well to gether and let the mixture stand for several days Keep the wash thus prepared in a kettle or portable and when used put it on hot possible with painters or whitewash brushes This whitewash has been found by experience to answer on wood brick and stone nearly as well as oil paint and it is much The Big Fair Next Week Almost every public conveyance in town has been engaged for the Crab Orchard Fair next week The dates are Wednesday Thursday and Friday ana the largest crowds in the history of the organization will be present The premium list is unusually liberal and the best horses in the state in the different rings and races WC Gormerly an expert track of Richmond has finished regrad ing and throwing up the turns in the track and it is now the best track in Kentucky Although the Fair is days off yet all arrangements are complete and too much praise cannot be heaped upon President R H Brc naugh and Secretary W D Wallin as to their untiring efforts is due the credit of everything being in apple pie order Swellest Event of Season The ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday night was the most enjoyable from every point of view of any given in tins section in many years The spacious dance hall which has a floor made especially for dancing was lighted and when the dozens if pretty girls and gallant beaux began the merriment the scene was beauti ful to behold Henry Saxton was there with his splendid band and sweeter music was never furnished for any occasion Several of Saxtons old personal friends among whom was the writer were present and this the wholesouled bighearted Sax to put forth his best effort and ye gods There is but one Henry Saxton and his name will be remem bered many years after he has passed to his reward Childrens Home Society The last session of the Legislature appropriated fifteen thousand dollars for the benefit of the Childrens Home Society of Kentucky This is a most worthy institution and is doing a great work in taking little children from homes of poverty or sin and finding good homes for them where they will be raised as good citizens Some such children hue baen taken from here some of whom have already had good homes provided for them The State Auditor has decided that the State appropriation can not be paid en ac count of legal technicalities and it has not yet been paid On the strength of the appropriation the Home authorities had some much needed improvements made and financial responsibilities which are very embarrassing and which they are unable to meet Bacon Hog In Demand The bacon hog is now attracting a lot of interest This class of porcine has captured the public taste and left the heavy fat hog in the lurch The packinghouses demand a good bacon hog and will pay well for it The bacon type of hogs has often been misconstrued and in many cases ridiculed says Southwestern Stock man but this is done more because of knowlege of the real bacon type than anything else This type doesnot demand a thin hog as is often highly important that this flesh be lean and this will follow if the true bacon breeds are raised The bacon hog must possess extreme length and depth He must be smooth and even ly fleshed from the shoulders to the hips presenting a neat and trim ap pearance While to a large number or people these hogs are strangers it would be well for every farmer to watch their progress as they are be coming more numerous every year Behind The Times Fridays Lancaster Record contain ed a notice of Manager BJ H Beazleys elocutionary contest which Editor insists on the people attend ing at Stanford on the 17th Why Bro Landrani that interesting event took place at Waltons Opera House the of last Awake from your Van Winkle lethargy cut and come again Ifyou want fresh and up to date news now is the time to subscribe for the cheapest and best 1 per year twice a week Stanford Journal It happened this way Ed We wrote the article a month ago and it was mislaid Last week in a hurried search for copy we ran across the item and knowing that news about that age was so often sent out from Stanford it struck us as the proper caper so it went We love the peo pie old man and a fresh upto date item coming from Stanford be too great a shock to the public See The Record may not be the best but well be darned if it is the cheapest potatoes furnace IS cheaperEx builder several Landram 17th month J Qne II X entered brilliantly inspired incurred o flack covering Would nerves Additional Personals Mrs C M Chumbley who has been quite ill is very much improved Miss Mary Haggard of the guest of Miss Lena Rigney A large party of Lancaster people will spend next week at Crab Orchard SpringsMrs Austin and Miss Rate left this week for a visit to relatives in El Dorado Ark Mr Arthur Hubbard of Covington joined his wife at Mrs J E Stormes for a few days visit Mr and Mrs E H Smith of El Dora do Ark are receiving upon the arrival of another son born the 19th Mr and Mrs W D Barker who have been visiting the formers niece Mrs W II Conn and other relatives left Thursday for their home in Rutlidge GeorgiaNews was received last week of the death of little Wade R the fourteen month old son of Mr and Mrs J G Conn who recently moved to Chickasha Indian Territory Miss Phillips of Nicholasville who was visiting Lancaster friends at the organ at the Christian church Sunday furnishing great for those present The following gentlemen the meeting of the democratic com mittee in Nicholasvllle today Chair man W G Gooch Secretary M D Hughes J C Hemphill Millard Route L Doty and T B Robinson Corn and weeds too are growing fine Pastures and meadows have decidedly Hemp is generally doing quite well though there is complaint in some of damage by broom rape Corn has advanced well The early planting has been laid by in good con dition The crops are rather late but it is vigorous and shows good color Small black pig weigh about 50 or 60 pounds little rubed place behind left ear lost since Saturday evening July ICth J D Gully Parties going on Excur sion to Atlantic City on August 4th will please send in their names for reservations as soon as possible tf G W Barney D P A Lexington Fruit is not doing so well Applrs are dropping badly and are generally imperfect and peaches are rotting on the trees Blackberries look good and are ripening The Union Meeting Union services will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Dr Pearce will preach the sermon Large congregations have been at tending these meetings and much Ir terest Is manifested The choirs of all the churches are represented and the splendid music is a very enjoyable feature Danville Items Dolph Rice arrived from Lexington Saturday in his having run from that city to Danville a distance of thirtylive miles in fifty minutes He will use the in traveling over the country in the interest of his firm which should be much less expensive than the rail road Mrs Nancy Baughman Dunn died at the home of her son Mr H W Dunn on East Main street Saturday after a short illness death being due to the infirmities of old age Mrs Dunn was in her eightyfifth year Although a resident of Garrard county she has spent much of her time with her in this city She was the widow of the late Jefferson Dunn who was a former resident of Boyle county and a daughter of Henry Baughman who was one of the countys pioneer She is survived by six children Messrs H W and Ben Dunn of this city and Tom Dick and Ike Dunn of Bryantsville and Mrs Alice London Funeral services were held at Pleasant Grove church in Gar rard county Sunday and the remains to Lancaster for burial 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 Teachers Examinations Examinations of white teachers for certificates will be held in my once Friday and Saturday July 15 and 16 Examination of colored teachers will be held Friday and Saturday July 22 23 tf Mrs Lewis L Walker Supt J 1 UNDERTAKERAr- terial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street JUBO above Presbyterian church Phone UV Winchester- Is I congratulations attend d J no localities LOST Mrs the C 0 AdvocateMr automobile machine children Adamsof- of BEAZLEY o n t Hen- rY presided enjoyment improved citizens were taken 0 4 GREAT SACRIFICE SALE This means less than Cost Mens 100 shirts for 65 Mens Underwear for 35c former price 75 See our Hats for former price 200 Mens Pants for 125 former price 200 250 Mens Suits for 500 600 and 700 that are worth double the money See our line of ladies Oxfords and Slippers for 75 100 125 and 150 Fine Batistes Dimities and Organdies- for lOc yard price 20 other items too numerous to mention that we are willing to lose money on LOGAN DRY GOODS NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR Sensational Slaughter Sale Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost If you are in need of Clothing ShoesHats Furnishing Goods Etc you at once before your size is gone Bring the CASH with you as we will not under any circumstances let any goods go out of house unless PAID FOR H T I 100 former andmany I aOMFANY shouldcall r they- ARE i LOGAN t r y h I H Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co H H H M M M H OUR Regular Summer GLBflRftNGE Is Now On HY rO 04 j 0 i t I I I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I II I I t Yo gt F SAL E ooo 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 60INCORPORATED Our Prices Are RIGHT Screen Doors Refrigerators Water Coolers Screen Windows Mason Fruits Jars Perfection Oil Stoves 2 o it I I I I I I I I I I I I U I I I I I I I II 1N 1iWIMJ 1 ON Ice Boxes Screen Cloth ROBINSON J T1 iJn vwrA p 0 e 2 o o 0 8 0o A o00ob0000oo0000000 000 0o0o0A0o0 RASBLBENlJl CENTRAL RECORD Jssiitcd Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SccondClati Mail flatter Lancaster Ky July 22 1904 In these days of hustle and is almost impossible to pick up a pa per that does not tell of some new fake or scheme to get money Some are robberies out of whole V the operators should be put In the penitentiary but we heard of one re cently which for originality and shrewdness takes not only the cake i entire bake shop A Yankee all the good fakes originate with them went to work and had a copy of the bible printed bound in differ ent colors the regular reading matter appearing exactly as it does in all edi tions of the blessed book But here is his scheme He had it illustrated with the usual characters but had them printed as Negroes Father Abraham was an exact reproduction of Uncle Tom in Harriet Beecher Stowes famous novel Noah at the door or the Ark was as black as the ace of spades the Vir gin Mary was printed as the old black Mammy with a little Jesus as black as midnight sitting on her lap The twelve Apostles were lined up like so many rousters on a steam boat and f so on throughout the edition The fellow took a large number of these books to Mississippi and other South ern states where he proceeded to the ignorant class of Negroes and tell them that it had been discovered 4 that all the characters in the bible Q were Negroes and he had books prove it He then showed them 5 cle Abraham Uncle Moses and other prominent characters and soon had to telegraph for more books so great was the rush of buyers The poor Negroes sold all they had to get money to buy one of the books and many hundreds were sold before the scamp could be chased out of town v A good many men voluntarily van 5v ish from the knowledge of their A friends and families and many are V their reasons for so doing Sometimes A it is domestic infelicity sometimes a dishonest act whose discovery they sometimes there is a woman in the case sometimes the curse of the wandering foot so takes hold on 0 them that they forget their ob ligations There are other cases to Y which none of these explanations t seems to apply A missing minister at Richmond Ind was presumably v not actuated by any of the motives A mentioned nevertheless he has dis appeared apparently of his own ac 0 cord and must have been under some A powerful controlling influence What was it Doubtless an abnormal state of mind possibly a passing that caused him to imagine strange things possibly a mental dis turbrnce so marked as to be far be yond the borders of sanity The fact that his friends knew of no cause for any disorder of mind and had noted no symptoms of it proves nothing Madness takes many forms some of them very obscure one of them a special cunning in of the mental vagaries of which the victim is half conscious The heart knoweth its own bitterness too and some real or fancied grief may have preyed upon the vanished man to a degree of which no one dreamed It is inconceivable that a man of high principles of personal rectitude to his family and aware that they would suffer tortures from his unexplained absence could depart without explanation if he were of sound mind Insanity is both the reasonable and charitable of the disappearance of such people but the cause leading up to J the madness is seldom given to the public A Missouri editor announced that for just one issue he would tell the truth Here are a few items from that issue John Bonin the laziest merchant in town made a trip to Bellview John Doyle our groceryman is doing a poor business His store is dirty dusty and notoriously odorifer ous How can he expect to do much Rev Styx preached Sunday night on Charity The sermon was punk If the reverend gentleman would live up a little closer to what he preaches hed have bigger congregations Dave Son key died at his home in this place last Saturday The doctor gave it out as heart failure The fact is he was drunk and whisky is what killed him His home was a rented shack in Rou dy street Sylvia Rhodes and James Canahan last Sat urday evening at the Baptist parson age The bride is a very ordinary town girl who doesnt know any more about cooking than a rabbit and nev er helped her mother three days in her life She is not a beauty by any means and has a gait like a fat duck The groom is well known here as an uptodate loafer He has been living off the folks all his life and dont amount to shucks They will have a hard while they live together and the News no congratulations to offer for we dont believe any good can come from such a union The issue In which the editor told jbe truth was the last he ever made Now in the spring time when the Jew diamonds sparkle in the tender rass when the sweetthroated birds make a melody all the day subscribers o this paper while it was published hive out into the country short way x catch glimpse of a piece of black skin whichhangs suspended from a l push it clothand 5 i Q is 2 standing C vis- It E fear f aberration Involves concealment attached deliberately explanation yesterday MarriedMiss i loo per butflit F U C g morale life has y z y ton the of of or burbcJ wiry Ponce It la till that re mains of the onco manly form of the Missouri editor who told the truth for one week The newspaper boys are saying nice things of Mr W L Mapother who was last week promoted to the position of assistant to the president of the Louisville and Nashville Rail way and every utterance is the truth whole truth and nothing but the truth A thorough business man gentleman and gifted with ability in railroad work he will prove of inestimable value to the The Record joins his long list friends in extending to Mr Mapother It is amusing to men to have people come to tell them what some little counterjumper or street loafer says about their paper Editors are not in the business for fun and if they had sense enough to sell a spool thread wrap up a pair of brogan boots or give change for a quarter they would get out of the newspaper business Poor newspaper men Cant you lend a helping hand toward out a paper that will meet the of the street corner loafer sage Curious ideas about anatomy in the press It was stated the other day that a man was shot in the ticket ollice Another paper says a man was shot in the suburbs He kissed her passionately upon her She whipped him upon his return He kissed her back Mr Jones walked in upon her She seated herself upon his entering We thought she sat down upon her being asked She fainted upon his departure If some of the Adehna Pattis who sing in church would devote a few hours to the study of pronunciationit would work to good advantage It may be that only a heathen editor such things but when we hear them sing of The constipated cross eyed bear it causes us to think a few thinks which should not be thunk in church And too when they squall out Jesus Si my cross has taken we want to thump Si on the head for taking something not his own A Morristown N J woman reports catching a twenty pound pickerel in sIde of which she found a gold watch that she had lost three years before It is well that this fish story comes so early in the seasou It may tend to discourage other piscatorial yarns A woman in the mountains of Ken tkcky is said to have killed a moun tain lion with a broomstick If the good women will only take courage by this and proceed to use the club on trilling husbands they will accomplish great good Governor Pennypacker of Pennsyl vania has issued a requisition on the governor of Virginia for the return of Nick Carter an alleged murderer So the redoubtable Nick is cornered at last Another boys idol shattered Senator Stephen B Elkins sonin law of Mr Davis the Democratic vice presidential nominee says he will not vote for Mr Davis Which shows that a man will take more liberties with his fatherinlaw than with his moth erinlaw A freshman of Loyola College has committed to memory the 12000 lines of Homers Odyssey How that idiot would shudder if forced to days honorable lobo It is reported that Mr Roosevelt chops wood We doubt this especial Iy during the present hot that Mr Parker is a man who saws wood there can be not a shadow of doubt The headline It Looks Like was used so much by the just before the convention that it would be a good campaign cry for the democrats Hetty Green says she had rather own a donkey than an automobile As she is single and of money there are many donkeys willing to make the sacrifice An Indianapolis bride broke out with the measles as the ceremony was being performed Well marriage and measles both belong to the rash tam The sausage makers of Chicago are on a strike The old saying that dog has his day is now proving true with the escaping Chicago canines A Brooklyn lawyer wedded his sten ograpber last weekaf ter she had been ia his office ten years No more for her The Jap war and the Record are about on a par in point of interesting reading matter One Lady Recommendation Sold Flltjr Boxea of CliuuiberlanB 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 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 ladles every r many unusual company congratulations newspaper send- Ing requirements goods box prevail reappearance invitation notices It It Baltimore doa weather but Parker newspapers every dictation news Congressional purR a DrugStore i r i f eaNR atypical has plenty fly telling t rA twv at and Bargains Seed rye for sale Banks Hudson rye fcr sale Banks Hudson 722tf Baled hay for solo Banks Hudson 34 tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34 tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson C3tf Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 5Gtf Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson G 3tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris The best and biggest of alt Crab Orchard Fair 71tf Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Fruit Jars Wards 2t For Sale Ice in Rood conch Lion Nevius Zanone x 7 15tf The biggest and best fair Crab J uly 27 28 29 71tf Pie plant for canning this week and next J C Thompson 7 8tf the Crab Orchard Fair 71tfa Japalac varnisn makes old furni ure new At Thompsons tf Splendid lot of pie plant for canning this week and next J C Thompson 7 8tf Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the Smith Currey Agts We have some nice 30 piece dinner sets at 2 98 per set See them Wards Grocery 2t Try Gilchers Light Rolls Fresh every day only 5c per dozen at Wards Grocery 2t Show rings in forenoon races and paces in afternoon at Crab Orchard Fair July 27 28 29 71tf For sale pair new computing seals been used but A bargain Zanone Kevius 715 tf To have a genuine old fashioned good time visit the fair and races at Crab Orchard July 27 28 29 tf The best horses in the state will be at the Crab Orchard Fair July 27 28 29 71tf Write secretary II C Bright at Dan f ville receive one of the handsome catalogues of the big Danville Fair Its Aug 3 4 5 td Kevius Zanone carry everything in the grocery line and want all country produce bacon lord hams etc Highest market price paid 715 tf The Baptist Society will have an exchange at the post office the last Saturday in this month the 30th Everything good to eat at low prices 7td 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 Eleven hundred nice young Laurel county stock ewes for sale at a reason able price Phone at Carriers rest McWhorter Carrier 715 tf Marcellus Ky With cool shady 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 4 5 to Kansas Marcs I will be at the stock pens in Lan caster Monday July 25 with a car load of Kansas Mares They are 15 to 1C hands high and splendid mule mares It I have sold my and must close up my business at once All per sons indebted to me must settle at once I can indulge you no longer 78 tf R A Stone Fair Privileges For Sale room lunch counter soft drinkscandy fruit peanuts popcorn cigars Apply to W D Wallin Recy Crab Orchard Fair Dates July 27 28 29 tf Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car loud lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eve Mines 715tf J T Williams Sons The new little booklet Banking by Mall sent out on the Provident Savings Bank Trust of Cincinnati 0 is very instruct iye It explains how you can send your Important Notices This to is notify all indebted to me that I am needing what is owing and must the money at once This is in tended for all who owe me and I trust you will call and settle tf Having sold my grocery I desire to sell my furniture to do this I will beginning on Saturday 9th offer my entire stock at auction and every Saturday afternoon until sold salewill begin at 2 pm R A Stone 78tf A Great Bargain house filled with upto date goods anice but small attached Every year a profitable business since com schools for my children Want to for Garrard property and a good trade offered you You can make here than 1 three times the amount invested in Garrard county real estate EC McWhorter Ky Laurel county Business m 7 22tr Ii Seed rn IT ill rn ill Irn rn rn m client jIJ1 rr rr IT rr li fI For Sale li iii J fI U fI U fI U f1 U r Aid J C Kerr i Company Interest MIsS Sallie Tillett withevery menced and was never in a more profi table condition than now but no good exchange canon 7 15tf t C Remember washes tt C C R more x S3 E C I t J i PAINT LICK KY Those Bargains at McWhor ter and Spring and Summer Dress Goods Laces Hamburgs fill overs at and below COST Bargains that you can not afford to miss These goods are not faded or shelf worn but of the very best quali ties and styles We sell at a sacri fice rather than have old goods on our shelves next season McWhorter IEsfridp PAINT LICK KY USE Mastic Paint We GUARANTEE it We refund your money or repaint your house if not satisfactory McROBERTS DRUGGIST fr M Z 1 w iro i I I IJ riJf r G I ill ill m m Im m ill ICtm ID 10 31 I 0 0 0 1 I C0Jf I rn D t I paIt r i j MCWhOFtOIEe Q QrQr Q Q QQQ Qi Q QQQ Q Q GOiN RAPIDLY Q Esp F Q Q- yQQwoQQQOoo oQ4oO oQ wa W t e i 0 j F U KoehlerL Ham mack Paint Lick Kentucky Give us Buggy Sorry Buck board or Runabout Nice ling on hand and special or ders filled without delay Blacksmithing AND Carriage Repairing Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction Piano for Sale A good Piano almost new used but little Apply at this ollice 6 lOt Good gentle family for sale Apply atr Record G17tf About 400 acres of good grass land at my farm near 527tf Mrs HallleB Sweeney L Hammaok Co yourorder for For Rent I 0 0 mare office f Stands for Bread- and very good bread if the is bought at Currey liB aYi SOns bread KETOcIlobert asks the readers of this paper who are suffering with indigestion or dyspep sia to call on them at once and get a bottle of Koclol Dyspepsia Cure If you knew the value of this remedy as we know it you would not suffer another day Kodul Dyspepsia Cure is a thorough di estant and tissue building tonic as well It is endorsed personally by hundreds o f people whom it has cured of indigestion palpitation of the heart and stomach troubles generally Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat It is pleasant palatable and strength ening 1m are caused by indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you are attacks of indigestion the stomach and puffs up against the heart This crowds the heart and shortens the breath Rapid heart beats and heart disease is the final 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 II E Mc Roberts lm Deputy Clerk at BryantsvIIle located at Bryantsville prepared to take acknowledgements o f Deeds and all legal documents Weak subject- to expandsswells result apppintedDeputy dyspepsia Hearts s t pvv IiI z i Q WHEAT CONTEST Rules governing entries in contest for 7500 for best 10 acres of wheat raised with Ox Fertilizers bought of K F POSTLE I The 10 acres shall tie together iu piece and no allowance shall be made for any bare spots which may occur in same the wheat submitted must be that raised on this 10 acre piece of ground exclusively In case of challenge measurements are subject to investigation This shall determine quantity 2 Each contestant shall put oh exhibit at Postles store i bushels of wheat taken at random from the yield of the id acres such exhibits shall become the property of K F Postle From this sample competent judges shall pass on the quality of wheat 3 Statements of quantity and exhibit for quality may be submitted at any time before September ist next All statements as to quantity shall be filed and kept secret until September ist next when same shall be made public and decisions rendered For further information inquire IK IF ZFOSTHiIE l0r Wi rfffl lfff I I I I 10 m 0 i I I 0- r rJfflJlNfJfil tooooopoL Qo p p E3 Q Qr t l I PERSONALS Dr G C Faris is in Cincinnati the Elks reunion Miss Bessie Wlicrritt is in Toledo Ohio visiting friends Miss Norman of St Louis is visit ing Miss Olivia Sweeney Mrs J T Williams and children have returned from BarLourvillc Mrs Sid and son Joe are relatives in Bowling Green Mi and sirs R II Batson are spend jug the week at Dripping Springs Mrs Mary Hunter of Crao Orchard has been visiting Mrs Emma Grant Mr Will Goodloe of Paris has been the guest of Mr D M Lackey and ram fly Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Bryants ville W I Williams has been spending a few days with relatives in Campbells villc Ed Williams has returned from a pleasant visit to Barbourville rela Orleans has been visiting Mr Banks Hudson Mrs Arthur of Coving ton is the handsome guest of Mrs E Stormcs Mr W W White of Dallas Texas is visiting his parents Captain and Mrs F J White Is ell tiYes II u hard j attending i visiting r 1 f NewS I Marvel Millinery t Store A Leaders in Ladies HEADWEAR Sec Our Lovely Belts Miss Ada Dickerson S t t We are now offering some exceptionally fine K and if you need a Buggy j Surrey Runabout Buck board dont fail to I SEE US Io BARGAINS I VBHitLHS J I The E S C meets this Thursday evening Dr Chris Faris will be It Mr and MrsTJ Mock of Lexington are visiting Mr and MrsT W Soper The Baptist Aid Society will meet with Mrs J Joseph Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Mrs Emma Grant and daughterMiss Lou arc visiting Mrs Mary Hunter of Crab Orchard Mrs Philips who has been the guest of Mrs J S Robinson left Monday for Nicholasville Mrs Fisher Gaines and Miss Maymie Lillard of Danville were visitors here the past week Mrs K F Postle who is in the John son hospital in Cincinnati is much in health Miss Jessie Doty entertained Thurs day night in honor of Miss Alice Wal ker of North Carolina Prof and Mrs Roy Haynes of Ger mantown Ohio are guests of the fain ily of Mr W B Mason Mr and sirs F P Frisbie Mr and Mrs W S Beazley have returned from an outing in Middlesboro Mr Joe Knight of Tficholasville his wife Sunday for a short to Mrs Banks Hudson Misses Ada Dickerson and Cordie Hamilton left Saturday for a visit to friends in Bowling Green Mr Millard F West of Washington D C arrived Sunday for a visit mother Mrs Jennie West Richmond Pantagraph Miss Henry of Lancaster is visiting Misses Annie and Ellen Engle Miss Edna Moore who has been the guest of Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett left Sunday for Danville Dr J M Staughton who has been the guest of Miss Bessie Marksbury has returned to his home in Some twelve or fifteen young of this city attended the big ball at Crab Orchard Springs Friday nightMr R E Hughes the popular of the Kentucky building in St Louisspent several days here with his wife at Mr J W Miss Allie Brown left Saturday for Louisville stopping for a visit to Dr Sue Lawrenceburg and Mrs C M Norris at Frankfort Mrs M E Wilson and little sister Henrietta Arnold of Mississippi are visiting their sister Mrs W II Ward Mr Wilson will join them in a few days No Iltr Shown For fate was after me contin uouslv writes F A Julledge 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 lui I 0 improved joined vis- It Fannie Covin ton gentlemen Nevius at Verbena = v this manger Millers years t 1 c FLATWOOD Henry Parker has moved to Whitley county Paris Hawley sold a horse to Newel McQuerry for 70 Bill Lawson and family visited at Ebb Cooks Sunday Bob Faulkner of color died very suddenly on Sunday July 17th Arch Pointer has moved into the house vacated by Henry Parker Walker has bought a body of timber from Louis Leavell in Flat Amon is setting his sawmill at Sampson Archers gate to saw the remaining timber in Flatwoods BEDNA VISTA Several of the farmers have sold their wheat crops at 85 and Mrs Willie Duncan began teaching at Pollys Bend school house Monday Milton Poor lost his dwelling by fire Saturday morning He carried a small insurance Charles Sechrest Victor Ruble Chas and Wilber Scott are vie thus of the measles Rr Robert Johnson of Anderson Indiana spent last Monday with his cousin Wesley Lane Miss Grace Davis of Ambrose and Miss fiesta of Wilmore are guests of Miss Virginia King Miss Florence Christopher has from London where she Miss Lucy Mahan Rev Welburn and family of will visit in this vicinity the part of this week Miss Minnie Botts of Harrodsburg spent part of last week with her Mrs Marshall Scott Misses Jennie and Eliza Lane ac bv their brother visited their brother family at Ilanley Ky last week BRYANTS VILLE Miss Jane Poor continues quite ill Miss Wadelee Marett has been visit lug at Paint Lick Mr J W Moore bought 50 sheep from Mr Holiis Easley at 450 per head Miss Anna Ray Jenkins has return ed from a very pleasant visit at Burn side Dr W M Elliott Mr J M Smith and R D Moore spent Sunday in Miss Mayme Ballard spent several days with Mrs Bessie Mae Lear last week Mrs Alice Adams of London is spending several days with Mr Jack Dunn and family Mr R II Pettus has returned from Somerset Miss Elizabeth Pettus re manned for a longer vist Mrs John Ballard and daughter Marie of Lancaster have been the guests of relatives here Miss Katie Campbell of Nicholas yule and Miss Lizzie Hudson of have been visiting Miss Jennie Burnside Mr W T Woolfolk came over last week from Lexington and has been spending several days with Mr and Mrs W J Hogan and other relatives Messrs John and Ben Jennings of Illinois Dr Jennings and wife of Ty rone have been at the bedside of their mother Mrs Ben Jennings who has been seriously ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Sam Ilaselden Miss Mattie Adams entertained ry pleasantly Thursday evening in honor of her visitors Misses Margaret and Harvey Dunn of Danville Quite a number of the younger crowd were present and all had a delightful time Friends and relatives were grieved to hear of the death of Mrs Nancy Dunn which occurred Saturday July 15th at the home of her Mr Hen ry Dunn of Danville Aunt Nancy as she was always called had been ill for several weeks and her death was not a surprise She was 81 years Old and of the most beloved women in Garrard county and leaves six children and a number of grand children to mourn her loss beside quite a large number of relatives and acquaintances The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at Pleasant Grove and the interment in the Lancaster Cemetery The family have the of the entire community e 1 I E II woodsDr I lOc Rutedgc returned cousin Cincinnati Lancaster son se- rIously one sympathy g visited Bur- in hatter v t j j j c j c j WILL SAVE YOU MONEY Romans Elmore i t y UWml mrrlf8i J eWE e 1 a e m MAKKSBDRY I Mr Will Yeager of Danville was with friends here Sunday Mr Fleece Herring and sisters the Kirksville fair II D Aldndge sold two calves to B F Robinson at 21 and Set per lb Several farmers in this community have sold their wheat at 90c per bu Bowen Fox of Danville Is spending a few days with Mrs Richard McGrath Mrs N H Bugle returned last week from a visit to Mr Will Hicks and wife at Lexington Miss Willie Mae Stallings has been the recent guest of Miss Wadle Lee Parks at Marcellus Mr A J Chesnutt and wife of Dan ville were entertained Sunday by Mr aud Mrs J W Woods Misses Lucv and Clara Barker spent last week with their grand mother Mrs Rose at Rowland Rev W M Stallings has offered his resignation as pastor of the Fork church to take effect the 4th Sunday in SeptemberMrs Sutton Miss Sue Sot ton and Mrs J B Sutton and children were entertained last Thursday by Mrs Ben Hughes in Lancaster Mr and Mrs A J Kemper Miss Min nie Kemper and Mrs Minerva Beddow of Danville and Mr Charlie Kemper and wire of Kansas were guests Mrs Ed Perkins last week BOURNE James Stinnett sold 2 calves to Jenkins for 818 Miss Lucile Marsee oegan her school at this place Monday Mrs Tom Turner sold 13 sheep to B F Robinson fur 57 Master Robert Sherrow quite ill at this writing Win McWilliams sold 5 yearling calves to Victor Lear at 3c per Ib Jas II and John Turner made a bus ness trip to McCreary last week Mr Lewis Ray of Buckeye was the guest of Mr Allan Ray and family Sunday Miss Rovesta Lee Turner spent last week with her sister Mrs Noah Mar see of Lancaster Mr Luther Ray returned home last week from Illinois where he has been spending several months Mr Robert Pierce who has served a term in the U S army passed thro here last week en route to his home at Artemus Ky Happens Every Day An old old woman sat on the curb of Park row Her clothing was rags Her bleared eyes were deep in a of wrinkles Upon her hair there was something that had once been a hat She trembled with weakness Beside her was a basket tilled with trumpery evident a stock in trade Passing her were scores of well clad men and women Few the wretched wreck Her feet shoeless but wrapped in strips of had been bruised on the stones of the street and she was adjusting the covering Terrible said a lady to her escort Yes he replied Wherell we go for York World Night Was Her Terror 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 Itsguaranteed to cure La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at McRoborts 1m Often the selfmade man boasts of a job that other men would be ashamed Safeguard the Children Notwithstanding all 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 ly one case of bowel complaint in a hundred however that could not be cured by the timely use of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea A man can never thrive who has a wastful wife Buckeye Roller Mills Jno H Potts and O W Potts un der the name of Potts Bros have again entered into a partnership and will operate the Buckeye Roller Mills situated near Buckeye To the we will say that the products we put on themarket will be A 1 in every respect We have just completed the installation of new and uptodate machinery and are building a 1500 bu elevator and will have same ready the new crop and expect to fill it with wheat for which we will pay the cash market price We also have in connection a small saw mill with which to do custom sawing and are also in the market for any number of good saw logs at the right figure We want every body to trade with us Give us a call We have a telephone In office call us up and give us your order No orders too small or too large Bread wheat taken on deposit If de at mUl and flour taken at mill door Respectfully 7153b Potts Bros f s ids or y attended o C 11 a setting scant gray noticed carpeting lunchNew t Alexandria absolutely Drug Store t of inclined Chamberlains DrugStoret firm public highest so llv red Mrs g In A tier Memory havent had occasion to accuse me of playing poker for two years now Mrs years my dear do you know its three yearsMrs Gayley Because Ive worn this that long and I got it the last time I caught you Ex To the Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the party As Circuit Judge it my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have becomea part of the States history and at a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it tell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put force the provisions of the new Gun stitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con troversy arose as to its proper con Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corpora tions and the of franchises under the law How well I have dls charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to deter mineI be very grateful to all who Peel they can assist me to secure the high position and otlice to which I Very respectfully tf JAMES E CAKTUILL JOHN D CARROLL Candidate for Appellate Judge In this District Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known lavyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Carrolls sally in the legal profession have for time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in the State He has held several otllcejs of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Con stitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by the Govenor to revise the statute laws of the State to conform to the changes made by the constitution and was for three years chairman of Democratic State Central Committee lIe is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes lawbooks that are in general use and that may be found office of every lawyer in the State man of high integrity great industry Ivith an extensive and accurate knowlege of the law and in the prime of life his large circle of friends believe he would make a splended Judge Trimble Democrat tf There is no hope for the man who cant tell the truth without lying about it Cured 61 Chronic Diarrhoea After Ten Year of Siilterlujr I 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 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 medicine myself and did not use all of one bottle before I was welland I have never been troubled with that complaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine This remedy is for sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m When a man is working for himself he doesnt have to employ a time keeper 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 log up the health Only 2oc per box Sold by McRoberts Drug Store 1m The man who bolds his head too high overlooks a lot of lifes good things Chamberlain Choke Cbleora and Diarrhoea Remedy This remedy is certain to be needed in home before the sum mer is over It can always be upon even in the most severe and dangerous cases It is especially valu able for summer disorders in children It is pleasant to take and fails to give prompt relief Why not buy it now It may save life For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m A lass that has many wooers oft fares the worst Betting is an argament that is con vincing only when you happen to win Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for per sistent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equalea Joe Golo hick of Colusa Cal writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it com pletely cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debility Satisfaction guar anteed by BE McRoberts Druggist 1m GaleyYou GayleyThree GayleyHow dress Kentucky- I Democratic became aspire friendsespec I I in the I I u almostevery depended t1 4 struction exercise along A since never tried Only 50c F f H j j J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Surries Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE Bros To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and 5rantsville i UU u Equipped Ijank Banl of Ientucl yJ Il tPliil ifi liiiiliii iill li 1liliiifitiiiPlit11 ililltll1tf111 IIIl6111l1UI111U1U11lIl1UlUlU1lUJi ilf i 11ig11 Th4 13rantsvi11c DOLLARB President LeO J VAN LAHR E W JEWELL Vice Presidents ONLY ONE I BY MullBANNING All accounts In this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the depositor Interest is added January and July and compounded of Commerce Bid Cincinnati O 1 e pro m nt 8 vi S B k Im 1 CO Chamber GI Swiiiuliroa Kerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Orifice over Stormcs Kentucky drug store I I StmIlerndou W S BEAZIEY j Office over Thomp ous store Danville st I G C FARTS I Beazley Paris 0- ci 6Dentistsf Seasonable Articles Toilet Waters Soaps Perfumes Talcum Powders Violet Ammonia Bath Tablets Bath Brushes Rubber Sponges Face Powder Sticky Fly Paper Poison Fly Paper Iii J ji Toilet articles of all kinds at the very lowest prices FIISIIFS If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to And open an account to which you can add or 1M Pro i nI 8Uvi S B Im 1 Co AnysumSee Our NewBooklet Oil Stoves Refrigerators Sent on Application DRUG STORE Ice Cream Freez I ers Buggy Harness Buggies Mount Elkin t IS Wins Be CMMem of women 0 Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription wins the confidence of women C because of its superior curative properties There is no test which can be applied to this great medicine for weak and sick I 8 women which does not increase the esteem in which it is held as t a safe and sure remedy for womanly ills No wonder that Fa j c vorite Prescription has a large number of friends among suf j fj feriug women a TV Pierces Favorite Prescription establishes regularity dries 5 OOOOlOCCOO UMOt3Ci fci fi t o weakening drains heals innam o oration and ulceration and cures O female weakness It is a supe o rior tonic and nervine for weak nervous rundown women I do not relieve writes Mrs C O B Lind President of the Womans Club Milwaukee residing e at 126 Seventh St Milwaukee honest physician who would O prescribe Dr Pierces Pre X for female troubles and G the results could help but ac knowledge it to be one of the finest on the market today O Have tried it myself several O during the three and have 2 found it very satisfactory for a worn O out A friend who is a chem O ist analyzed it andgave it unstinted X as a highly concentrated o herbal remedy having superior cur v t g VIS go observe ative properties Your medicine has a large or among suner ing women I have yet to hear one speak disparagingly There is no alcohol in Favorite Prescription and it is entirely free from opium cocaine and other narcotics It is well a highly concentrated herbal remedy having superior curative propertiesSick especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All cor respondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Of Pfercmm Pleasant Pellets arm the mutt desirable laxative for delicate women Dumber friends o described- as PAINT LICK W G Tudor of Louisville is visit relatives here Mays spent several days with home folks last week Born to the wife of A B Estridge on the 14th a fine boy Miss Lizzie Best is visiting her grand mother Mrs Mary Best Mrs Minnie Jennings spent Thurs day and Friday in Richmond Miss Sallie Rice and mother of Win chester are guests of G W Rice and wifeDr C A Fish of Frankfort visited home folks last week and took in the Kirksville fair Quite a number of Paint Lick attended the Kirksville Fair and Saturday Mr A Hardwick has returned to Hamilton Ohio after a two weeks visit to his parents Misses Margaret Sandusky and Nep py Burns of Nicholasville are guests of Mrs Robert Guynn Mr F C Landerman of Berry has returned to his Home after a pleasant visit to Roger Rucker visit to Paint Lick last Thursday Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond the Kirksville Fair Saturday and visited her home folks Sunday Misses Wade Lee Maret of Bryants ville and Sallie Adams of Lancaster Mr Quincy Shumate of Newburn visiting his father C Shu mate who has been quite ill but is some better at this writing- E N Todd left Friday for St Louis where he will attend the Fair and go from there to Bonestut S D to be present at the government land allot mentBorn to the wife of N B Thomas on the 13th triplets all boys One of them died a few hours after birth The mother is in a critical condition having lost her mind several months agoMrs C B Engleman entertained the home boys in honor of her charming visitors Misses Mary Hunley Sallie Adams and Wade Lee Maret refreshments were served and an enjoyable evening was spent by all McCREARY Aunt Lucy Simpson is quite sick Mr and Mrs John Prather are both quite sick Mrs Will Bradshaw of Indiana is with the family of T W Bradshaw- A little son came to bless the home of Mr and Mrs Jas Prather last week Miss Ollie Pherigo of Nicholasville was the guest of Miss Dell Ray re cently clearingin W 0 hogsto people MargaretShugars attended Englemanlast Tenn is Delightful Friday Misses Emma Layton and Ethe Saddler were visitors of Miss Birdie Walker Saturday and Sunday Misses Bessie Mae and SavannaLear were visiting Misses Bessie Gulley Alleen and Ida Lee Bourne recently W r Woolfolk and family of visited his sisters Mesdames Robert Gulley and Bourne last weekMr Lewis Ramsey of Somerset his wife last week who on of bad health is spending mer with her parents Mr and Ben Ilamm 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 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 to meet at the Court Housein Lancaster Ky on Tuesday August 2nd 1904 at one oclock p m time for the purpose of selecting seven delegates to attend the to be held in Lexington Ky on Thursday August 4th 1904 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for of the Court of A pncals of for the Fifth appdato district W G Gooch Cii Co Com M D Hughes Secy 715 3t 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 at 1030 a m go direct to 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 all day and being dumped into 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 N 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 peo pie seek more outoftheway travel is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and patron ize your own road tf I I I Lex- Ington B vis- Ited account requested standard conven- tIon Judge Kentucky Lancaster Lou- Isville travel- Ing t J sumS 0 Tobacco has made a very rapid growth Theie is some complaint of Trenching in a few localities in some of the western counties but tobacco looks quite promising generally Fruit has fallen off the trees badly but some good fruit is in our county such as peaches grapes some pears and a few apples and plenty of black berries Strawberries were not a full crop but good size and commanded a price The insects damage the fruit trees in this country very much Wheat crop is in the shock without any damage yet by the rains Thresh ing will begin as soon as the weather will admit The prediction is that wheat will make a good yield Mils year county Some of our farmers holding for 1 per bushel Teachers Institute The white Teachers Institute for Garrard county will convene at the Court House Lancaster Ky on Mon day August 8th and Aill continue five days Boyle county will unite with Garrard county Institute and Prof Ruric N Roark Dean of State Col lege will act as Conductor All that fail to attend the full session of the county Institute forfeit their certificates and cannot thereafter ob taro certificates to teach during the year unless they are excused by the County Superintende nt for such by reason of actual or other disability The colored teachers Institute for Garrard county will convene at the Courthouse Lancaster Ky on August 1 and will continue five days Prof C C Monroe of Owens biro Ky will act as Instructor 15 td Mrs L L Walker Supt IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday tuckys popular line the Henderson Route will inaugurate a safe Day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment gen erally of all thins between these 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 G1G 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 tucky The 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 Cars on day trains will serve meals a la 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 lion St Louis In purchasing your ticket to St Louis or to points west ask the agent for tickets via Louisville and thellen derson Route He 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 71 tf R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool london Globe North British Merchantile AetflaLiMflsCo9fBartMConD throughoutthe teachers nonattendance sickness Monday 6th Ken poIntsThree coachesThe carteyou Representin FolIoWlll Companies l are June ands 7 Choice Milling Wheat wanted Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay thetop market price COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING Ballai Ballard Co July 20th 1904 Louisville deliveredot t Y Aburrditnt showers occurred duihip the week over the greater portion of the State Some local damage was re ported but conditions were generally much improved The temperature was about normal throughout UIB week The pill that fill the bill Without a gripe To cleanse the liver without a quiver Take night DeWitts Little Early Risers are small easy to 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 bllUousness sick headache torpid liv jaundice dizziness and all troubles arising from an inactive sluggish liv er Early Risers are unequaled Sold by R E McRobcrts 1m CLOVER best Winter and SpJing crop for Fall sowing far superior to Rye Yields y to 2 tons of finest hay three weeks before Red Clover is ready to cut Stands the Winter splendidly in Kentucky and Southern Indiana if sown early The finest of all son improving crops for Fall sowing Send for descriptive circular giv ing full information Seed must be fresh or it is no good and to secure the best Seed always order The BLUE RIBBON BRAND wood Co will will one every CRIMSON NEVI CROP THE 1 Stubbs iSeed Growers and Dealers false err Laulsville Kentucky OTHER Seasonable SEEDS I Turnip Seeds Best can Stocks Grass and Clover Seeds full stocks Dwarf Essex Rape 1000 Headed Kale Rye Barley Winter Oats Vetches C Amen SEND FOR OUR BLUE RIBBON TURNIP I FALL Seeds11 Produce the FINEST CroPS LAST SeasonTurnips CATALOGUE I isville ket as 200 per The cost of marI if sown is to 70c For fai costingstock lug alone alone the should be increased tho sand fold ing I Turnips are sown with Crim hay crop will far more than pay for the use of the land l s pulledand preparation and harvest rig Crimson Clover sown early Jwill stand our be fresh and to secure good Seed always tees all The Seedmust the i k Blue bonBrand Ribs Blue Co Brand Wood Stubbs Seeds Loutsiille Ky Send for Pall Catalogue A SEEDS FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY Choking Catarrh Cured Your Money Hack If Ilyomel 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 healthgiviiig bal samic air for a few minutes and andyour catarrh will be cured can testify to the remarkable pow er of Hyomei to cure catarrh Many ot 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 cure they decided to try that plan and were soon re stored to health Finest Kind of Offer Get Your Money Hack at IClcKoberw You run no risk whatever in purchasing Miona Natures cure for dyspepsia 1Ifor Mlona on of the empty boxesIf the purchaser me failedto cure dyspepsia or stomach troublesThis Rnarnntee covers two SOc boxes or a Take Miona for a month a 500 box contains two weeks treat RE Me Roberts and he will re money in accordance with the guarantee r Doe neighboringtowns didnot l Miona Not Cure Dypepla r l I treatmentSigned J youbring 3 i4i tJ ion If Doe rum your biw t 0 K WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AND 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY sale by C C E Stormes fOLE y S KIDNEY CURE or I For J LEWIS Y President A YELLLE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 00 bottle 2 M tirristhe trial Hzs which sells for 50 cents fREFASiD ONLY AT THE LABORATORY C DevVITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLFor sale by R E McJROBERTg Lancaster Kv n J WM M Jl ERca tales o- rE i Piles upon top of piles of people have the Plies and DeWitts Witch lazes Salve them There are many different kinds of Piles but if you get the genuine arid original Witch Hazel Salve made by E C De Witt Cu of Chicago cure is cpr foam H A Tisdale of Suinmerton b C says 1 had piles 20 years and Du Witts Salvo oared me after else lulled Sold by It E Mc Roberts 1m For Congress to announce lion D 1 MOOKK of Mercer us n cnmlidnto for Conpross in the Fight District to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the merlin of the hewn cmtic party Your support loliel tcd tf For Congress- We sre authorized to niu ounce Hos IfAivn HEIM of Honcoln county ns n candidate for Congress III the Klghtli district subject to the action of the Democratic party For Congress We nre authorized to announce Hon George i Gilbert for ronunuuatliiii as foi Congress subject to action of tins Democratic party For State Senator We nre antliorzcd to nnnnnnce R T Hub lilts of Ijincoln as a candidate for State Sena tor subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce 1C L DAVDI sox KS n candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to the action of cratic party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Onlley is a candieate for of Public Schools in Oarnird Co subject to the action of the democratic party tf For County Attorney We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun Attorney subject to action of the Demo cratic partyFor Supt Public Schools We are to announce Mis MIttie Dunn us a candidate for nomination for Common Oarrardconn subject to the action of the Democratic For Congress lion Adam Carpenter of Moreland Lincoln county been by the 1ruhlb as their candidate for Congress I one of the lending citizens mud farmers and in milking the race for last November on this ticket polled neatly 1000 votes ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by al men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send trial bundle Wf will call for your work M IN LAUNDRY 51 slain St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN dyer lop of cures a we are Isenrnestly Schools for party tit 1I1 t usa V LancasterKentuckyAgent YIIc Piles everything authorized Counts tr Superintendent hay J S ROBINSON Vice Pre t ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS Jiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O KIONEY Asst Oaslir C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold S S3x S 3xS S S The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Ass R T EmbryBookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Tno E Stornjes W H Kinnaird To Close Out Our BusinessOur of 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and feet so budly swollen that I could not duced to try Life Plant When I had feel decidedly It tier every way Cuuuot too much for NO CURE NO PAY is our guaran tee It is the most certain cure for diseases of the blood on the market If you feel badly why not take a bottle just the to tune up the system Manufactured bY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO McRoberts Drugstore for the remediesbut painweresay thin