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CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1904 THETBAlt NUMBS ia rtE x FrlTI31iSTll INSURES 1 To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests btiirs and of all kinds use 0 IR LOW PRICES OX Wall Paper Must make room for our new stock sell Furniture for CASH and on the IN STALLMENTS easy one three six or twelve months time Ncw line PiclureMouldings Pic tures framed to order while you wait Successors Beazley 4 Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business CLE1NC SALE Our stock must be reduced at least 2000 00 by Septem her 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 Blinds Shades and a great many other good at cost and In some cases than cost Remember sale will be for cash or produce Every thing charged will be at regular price iLJenninp I Pure Water la r rnI m I trsh I lll tJ 1 fffjHA 1nr liII I Itt f E ff9AAf f1t w LOOK AT THIS Ve payments Hamilton Uunla to JA R Law i J Paint Lick f 1 h i 0 1 E E rr llSP11ellK Q r- i M 1 i is less c o Of Local Interest Dont croak Cut the weeds Aug 0 Quilting Bee The sanitarium is a go Watermelon time near Patronize home enterprises The watermelon crop looks line The circus will he here Monday 1 50 rip Cincinnati Sunday The event of the season Quilting Bee at court house Aug Sth Go to the Danville fair You will never regret the trip Everything to date Lancaster needs the proposed sani tarium and it looks as if it will be e Show your appreciation of the W C T U by attending the Quilting Bee at court house next Tuesday even Reserved scats only 2fcts general admission Llcts children lOcts Bee Court House Aug 9 next Tuesday Low prices will prevail next Tues diy night at the Quilting lice Re served seats 2 cts general admission childi en lOcts Many Lancaster friends of Rev R B Mahonv of Stanford extend deep sym pathy on the loss of his estimable wife who died in that city Monday evening Now that there is a cotton strike look out for a rise in the price of cot tjn cloth of every description As in the meat strike it is the public that has been frightfully dull during the last few weeks Farmers are at work and when they remain at home it means short grazing for the other business men McWhorter Carrier sold two car loads of ewes to D B Hampton Win chester at 3 50 per head If Garrard county people want ewes they had better be buyilig them According in the market reports prices of fresh meats are strong As housekeeper feel the pull on their pocketbooks they realize that the word strong was Hinsnii If you cant spend your money with your home institutions you a thorn in the side of your community Stand up for your neighbor or move out and make room for hustlers The cttv council met Monday night but nothing of importance was door The Council paid off the interest of the water works bonds Monday that is the lirst coupons due were taken up The Danville city dads are having the streets sprinkled with crude oil which is proving very successful in keeping down dust The old time sprinkling cart makes too much miu1 The Quilting Bee is one of the funniest entertainments given and the ladies of the W C T U have se cured good talent to put it on the stage You should not miss it Court house Tuesday 9 The V C T U has accomplished a world of good in Lancaster and if you are a citizen you will help them Show your appreciation by the Quilting Bee at court house next Tuesday night Aug 9 In this issue appear the announce ment of Mr Ike Arnold of Paint Lick as a candidate for assessor subject to action of Democratic party No citi zen in the county stands higher than does Mr Arnold and if elected he will make a most capable and painstaking ollicer Editor E C Walton does the editor of this paper the honor of publishing our picture in his last issue together with some highly appreciated words Ed is the cleverest fellow on earth and prints a paper which reflects great credit upon one of the most energetic and untiring editors in the state The great Danville Fair is now on and will close tomorrow Friday The slow rings are well tilled the quality and quantity of stock being far ahead of any Fair held in recent years The grounds are in perfect shape and if you wish to put in an enjoyable day drive over Big Time FOP Teachers Boyle county will join with Garrard this year in holding the teachers in stitute and the meeting will begin next Monday morning at 930 oclock Prof R N Roark of the State College will conduct the institute and a most interesting session is expected Colored Teachers Institute The Garrard County Colored Teach ers Institute convened at the Monday morning with a full attendance Prof C C Monroe of Owensboro Ky is conductor and his work is being complimented on al hands Mrs Geo Leavell is secretary and Miss Lillie Mason organist This Thursday afternoon is set apart as trustees day ana all trustees are urged to be present The public is invited to be present at all ses sions round up- I I I i paysBusiness Ill Aug i tam ished ins Quilting bets arc law loving attending courthouse cordially Impost ant Meeting Those who have subscribed and all those interested in the now hospital aid sanitarum are requested to meet at Dr Kinnairds ollice this Thurs day evening at 730 oclocl Impor tant steps will be tuken and all should be on hand promptly Get the Shot Gun Midnight prowlers have been play ing havoc with garden truck some being visited and robbed every few nights Mrs J W Grant has been one of the heaviest losers a great lot of vegetables being trampled down and ruined A few charges of bird shot will stop this devilment The Big Fair Now On The Danville Fair Association the editor of The Record by mask fug him an honorary vice president and sending us a handsome badge The Fair which began Wednesday and continues through tomorrow Friday is one of the best in the State and who can get there is attending M D Redding of Midway is in town reorganizing the lodge of Red Men nearly all the old members and many new ones gong in The Red Men have a splendid ritual it being different from the usual run of things and the lodge will furnish much pleas ure to its members OldFashioned Country Fair Messrs rulliam and Ilutton of the ITarrodsburg Herald have our thanks for an invitation and ticket to the OldFashioned Cofintry Fair to be held in that city Aug 9 10 and 11 All kinds of hard work is being done to make the event enjoyable and a big time is in store for those who attend Capt White III Capt Franklin J White who has been the mainstay in every printing otlice ever conducted in Lancaster is again III and compelled to remain at home The hot weather coupled with his eightylive years of age make him pretty weak but he has wonder ful vitality and we think he will soon be back at his case making us hustle to keep him in copy Garrard For Saufley The convention to select delegates to attend the district meeting in Lex ington today was held at the court house Tuesday and the following dele gates selected E II Walker Geo T Farris W I Williams R H Tomlinson Henry Patterson J R Mount J N Denny They were instructed I o vote for Judge Saulley As we go to pres no noimnatianhusbecn made Lancasters First Band lion Wm J Price who attended the meeting of the County Attorneys Association at Mammoth Cave last week sends a souvenir postal card on which he writes Just before reach ing the river can be seen in big black distinct letters on ceiling rock Lan drams Sax Horn Band Aug 1835 This band was conducted by the late Gen W J andis well re membered by older citizen The Union Meeting A large congregation attended the union services at the Methodist church Sunday evening Rev C M Chumbley preaching an interesting sermon Rev C S Ellis of the Baptist church will preach at the meetingin the Christian church next Sunday night One of the ministers tells Time Record the of these uniou meetings is very gratifying the congregations being larger at each service A Big Success The Crab Orchard fair and races drew tremendous crowds last week the show of stock being above the average the races tip top and the weather all that could be desired Garrard county as she always does sent over a tremendous crowd every possible conveyance being pressed into service The success of the fair is due to the untiring efforts of President R II Bronaugh and Secretary W D Wallin Visitors From Carlisle Lancaster was honored Thursday by a visit from the city council and other ollicers of Carlisle That thriving city is figuring on putting in a system of water works and having heard of the excellent system o f the Lancaster plant they were sent here on a tour of inspection They had visited other cities but said unhesitatingly that Lancaster had the most practical plant they had seen They were especially pleased with the cleanliness of the water and the low cost of construc tion Those In the party were Messrs M Dills Jas Hillock W 1 Dorsey I N Ross Frank Kennedy TaylorMath and John Frey Call for County Committee Meeting A meeting of the Democratic Coun ty Committee of Garrard is hereby called for Saturday Aug 6 1904 at 10 oclock a m standard time for purpose of determining the time and manner of nommatingScandidates for county offices to be voted for in No vember 1005 and for the purpose of making nominations where such ac tion shall be acceptable to the candi dates for any otlice and it shall be deemed expedient by the committee All candidates are requested to come before the committee at said and express their views in refer ence to making nominations M D Hughes Sec WGGoocbCbm July 301904 gardens I honors Red Men Landram result ews everybody the meeting r A Dollar Wheat in Lexington Lexington Gazette The price of wheat in Lexington market is 95 cents per bushel higher at this season of the year than ever before for a long time Last year it opened just after harvest at 70 cents advanced to 75 cents then fell back and advanced slowly again This year however the price advances strongly from harvest and no doubt will soon reach 1 and possibly it may go higher The demand abroad will be greatly increased because of the fact that Russia a great ducing country is engaged in war and will have to buy largely for her armies The crop in the United States is not as large In acreage as it has been in some years past but Inequality of the grain is very line A leading grain merchant being asked about Central Kentucky crop said It is Al In quality and yield The acreage is not as great as in some years but the grain is just splendid I think that the yield in this section of 21 to 23 bushels is nothing to grumble about Many fields averaged 30 and some more A Wise Horse The Richmond Climax speaking of the Knights Templar Conclave to in that city next summer says it will be the first held there since 1890 This calls to mind a funny incident connected with the 96 conclave Capt Sam Miller of this city was at that time a prominent K T and secured a large handsome horse Black John to ride in the parade Black John worked to the local express wagon when not on dress parade The parade formed with Capt Miller and Black John heading the procession down Main street All went well until Black John saw Adams Express sign hanging on a post when he im mediately wheeled around and up to it No amount of coaxing and spurring would induce him to move until some bystander rattled a lot of goods boxes when Black John switched his tall and again took march Capt Miller sent a ahead and had all the express signs removed so the horse finished the parade with furthur stops The fact that he had been driven to the express wagon ten years caused Capt Miller to forgive the animal for doing what it considered to be its duty so he had an extra pail of oats set ved for Black Johns supper Best Route to Worlds Fair If you are going to the Worlds Fair why not take the advice of those who have made the tripjand get the best line of travel There are reveal 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 time lIen derson Route You can leave at 1030 a in go direct to and there get a sleeper which puts you in St Louis bright and early next morning You have had a sleep and saved the trouble and annoyance of maKing a drive of twelve miles to a neighboring town losing a nights rest to du 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 N and Henderson Route is 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 seek more outoftheway travel is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and your own road tf Teachers Institute The white Teachers Institute for Garrard county will convene at the Court House Lancaster Ky on Mon day August 8th and will 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 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 15td Mrs L L Walker Supt Morgans Men Reunion Ex Confederate soldiers are once more reminded that Morgans Men will hold their annual meeting at Parks Hill on Wednesday and Thurs day August 17th and 18th and that all exConfederates and exFederals are invited to be present and greet the remnant of the greatest raiders developed by the civil war We had a delightful meeting last year and we are sure it will be more so this and see what a fine place we have for a reunion Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son White corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for atMarksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury beheld an runner o for cheap- as people patron- Ize obtain yearCome CommitteeG i yvheal pro uptime l Lancaster Louisville goo- dnights teachers do Sony lr HARRIS SHOWS BACK AGAIN Circus Is One of the Old Class With But One Ring Yet Every Feature Is FirstClass The W II Harris new Nickel Plate Shows are in the city today The customary circus parade was given this morning and it was very successful indeed There were the circus bands finely groomed horses pretty prancing ponies brilliant equipages lovely and dashing soldier men animal cages etc all calculated to please and amuse and in structThe Nickel Plate needs no intro duction in Niagara Falls or in this vicinity for that matter They are known all over this part of the where they visit regularly each year The Harris shows first to Niagara Falls years ago and for 16 years they have not missed a visit to Niagara That speaks pretty well for the reputation of the combi nationThe Harris show is a oneringed cir cus of the old school It is clean and interesting throughout It has bare back riding gymnastic aerial work funny clowns etc etc and there is no straining of the eyes and twisting of the neck as in a three ring circus to see all that is going on The patron can see it all and there fore get his moneys worth The show has just title to its claim of being the best onering show on the road Niagara Falls N Y Gazette McCREARY Aunt Rebecca Bolton is very sick at this writing Miss Klosterman of Louisville is visiting at William Simpsons Mr and Mrs C Roop visited their daughter at Cartersville last week Webb Kellie and wife visited at Cartersville and Crab Orchard recently Mr and Mrs John Curd of Mercer visited the latters parents Mr T W Bradshaw and wife John Hill and wife Roy Beazley wife and children visited Waddle at Somerset last week Mrs Mary Woolfolk of Lexington accompanied by her nieces the Misses McMillian o f Illinois visited the family of J B Bourne Mrs Luther Smith died at the home of her father Mr James Simpson Aug 1st and was buried at Buckeye ceme tery She has been sick for several weeks and leaves a husband and three childrenThere will be a delightful entertain ment given on Saturday Aug 13 by Miss Eula JarftsonTof Lex ington elocutionist assisted by Misses Ollie Pigg cornetist and Olive accompanist Miss Eula a reader of rare ability having just returned from New York City where she has been studying Miss Pigg is a noted cornetist and the evening to be one of great pleasure FirstClass Rooms at St Louis Tne question of rooms at St Louis has been giving prospective visitors much concern but The Record can 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 traveling passenger agent for the Henderson Route is interested It is situated on the principal street car line running to main entrance of and also convenient to portion of the city There are three houses and two leading cafes within a stones throw where first class meals can be obtained The best way to see the Fair is to engage rooms then take meals wherever you happen to be This saves time and money Write Geo L Garrett T P A Henderson Route Louisville for fur ther particulars tf COUNTY COURT DAYS Following is a list of the days Coun ty Courts are held each month in counties tributary to Lancaster Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon dayBoyle Danville 3d Monday Fayette Lexington 2d Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th Monday Jessamine Nicholasville 3d Mon day Lincoln Stanford 2d Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mercer Harrodsburg 1st Monday Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont for get to see us buyingMarksbury Son Dont forget to the sacks you borrowed from us We need them badly Marksbury Son Sacks Sacks Sacks Yes we need our sacks bring them home and we will certainly be oblige Dont that we need them in our business Marksbury Son L 1 iillilf UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just Presbyterian church UL usual country consecutive I t J j 1 at Klrksvllie Jackson Jackson- Is prom- Ises direct Garrett Fairgrounds business boarding retrn women came performances Mrs ltayden above Phone R f r 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 former price 20 other items too numerous to mention that we are willing to lose money on THE 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 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 circumstances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR LOGAN I 100 J andmany i aOhFANY tItT i r t c r r- i Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co 4 4 M U M M H M M M M M M m M M M M HH M OUR Regular Summer Is Now On 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 Cloth Screen Doors RefrigeratorsWater Screen Windows Mason Fruits Jars Perfection Oil Stoves o o ro g o I I I 6LEfRfN6E-Q o L EI f tl r g g o 8 2 2 o 2it I I It I III I I 1111 I I I I o Z 0 N i Ice Boxes j HASELDEN ROBINSON n M n lfyr omomooo o ooooooocosowmooo 0O 0 oS f i g n e o OmO o Ooe000 000mOWmO0oo0 H oo CENTRAL RECORD Issiued recMy ioojw Year Entered at Pale Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClan Mall Matter LOUIS LANDRAM Lancaster Ky August 5 1904 0 sTONE A Plenty of rain is making the corn 0 look well A The little daughter of Mr and Mrs A Harve McCulley died on the 25th and was burled at Mt Hebron 9 J F Stones new boat is finishedbut Q some changes are to be made Lets have a party of 35 from Lancaster Y to Lock No 8 Youll enjoy it Miss Olivia Sweeney of your city attended services at Scotts Fork Sun 9 day and was warmly greeted by her Q host of friends The children learned to love her while she taught school y here She also visited Mrs Moberly A Eld F M Tinder preached Sunday 4 night at Scotts Fork to a large text II Peter 318 The duction made from it was masterly thorough and impressive Our people are anxious for another visit from The plums mentioned recently on f further development looked like apri Z cots The fruit is now ripening and is a cherry red almost as large as a hens egg smooth as a plum with seed V smaller but otherwise like the peach A peach flavor The question is who can name it X Sunday School at Scotts Fork is in creasing in attendance wonderfully x Many fathers and mothers are becom 4 ing interested and we have on our 5 75 members of Sunday School present X in all about 125 persons present The dinner was sumptious and altogether v the day was one to be A by those present 0 Put Ail End To It All A A trjevous wail of times comes as a A result of unbearable pain from y organs Dizziness Backache 2 river complaint and Constipation to Dr Kings New Life A Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them V Only 25c Guaranteed by McRoberts 1mV 0 MT HEBRON V Delayed Letter A Mr Chas Duncan sold a fat cow to 0 Mr V Lear at 2Jc per pound Woolfork Moore the little son of A Mr Dennie Scott is quite sick A Mrs E F Scott sold two tat cows to C M Jenkins at 2Jc per pound r Mr and Mrs Willie Grow were with friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Geo Lusty got his thumb broke a ball game Saturday afternoon Mr H R Montgomery sold some nice calves to Mr C Jenkins at 19 per head Mrs E F Scott sold a bunch of shoats to Mr Henry Smith a 390 per hun dred Mr Clayton Preston who has been In Kansas for some time has returned home Mr Thomas Stone of Lancaster was the guest of relatives and friends here last week Mr Wm Benge and family of more spent last week with relatives in this locality Miss A E Scott who has been very sick the past week is able to resume her school work Mrs Dillard Brumfield and little daughter Mattie Ethyl of Pink are the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Dean Mr Samuel Duncan wife and Miss Sanders spent last Saturday and Sun day with relatives st High Bridge and attended preaching at Wilmore Messrs J M Vanderpool and J I Crawford spent the latter part of last week in the mountains purchasing lumber both contlmplate building dwellings in the near future An ice cream supper for the of Mt Hebron church was given at the home of Mr and Mrs John Jackson last Thursday night the inclemency of the weather a good crowd attended and about 1200 was made The infant of Mr H T Bruce died from cholera infantum at his home near Lexington July 12 inst Remains were interred in Mt cemetery on the 13th The family have the heartfelt sympathy of their trends and relatives here Ebb Scott sold a mare to for 75 Wm Coldiron sold a fat cow to S Morgan for 3 per hundred W H Purr bought 1500 binds of oats of J C Clouse for 150 hundred H Walker has sold the county ten thousand feet of lumber which he is going to have sawed out of the Louis Leavell timber he is having cut now Hattie Bell to preparing to go to her fathers in Virginia Woods Walker sold to the Mills 100 bbls of corn at 325 pickers have been more numerous than berries lately I find nothing better for liver de rangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver F Andrews Des Iowa For sale by Frisbles Drug 1m tAe o t to- go deg yetilong overtaxed But Drug Store I f in Wilt t benefit Notwithstanding Hebron t FLAT WOOD Lucien Perkins t E LancaS- ter It iii TabletsL Moines Stork 0 G g congregation bi- o V remembered thanks 0 0 2 d Blackberry Y f n to BUlAMSViLLE Mr Will Glass was In Lexington this week off business Mrs Sallie Welch Is in Richmond with her daughter Mrs Sam Deather age Quite a number from here attended the Camp Meeting at Wilmore Misses Smith of Burgin were over see their brother Mr Smith last week Mr and Mrs Joseph McCormack of Paint Lick visited Mrs Logan Burke last week Miss Hattie Jennings of Danville has been spending several days with Mrs Sam Haselden Dr Sam and wife of have been visiting their sister Mrs Colby T Jenkins Mrs Eliza II Billiard and Master Bryan Ballard have gone to St Louis They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs W T Woolfolk of Lexington Mr Oscar Patton returned home last week after being in Texas for a very many friends were glad to welcome him back to his old home Miss Clara Bennett has returned to her home in Louisville after with Mrs Cella Armstrong last season as trimmer She has been visiting friends since the close of the busy sea sonMr and Mrs William T Woolfolk and daughters Misses Anna Lee and Margurite have returned to Lexington after spending a month with Mrs Woolfolks parents Capt W Y Hogan and wife Mr Logan Ison who has been thresh ing for thirty years says the best crop of rye he has ever threshed was raised by Mrs Eliza Ballard It was the yield that has ever been raised in this community Rev K F Jordan is at Kirksville this weekW Bennett bought a span of mules for 205 Mrs H C Cummins is Improving though slowly Robt Garrison bought a mare from Frank Grose for 00 Mrs R Rice of is visiting her brother J B Corum Rev W B Ragan of Irvine is home folks fora few days J Samp Cummins were at Stanford the first of the week Mrs J J Thompson visited her son Mr J II Thompson and wife Sunda- yo B Dishon is visiting his Mrs Gray at Lebanon Junction Lewis Nave of Carterville was vis fling relatives here first of the week Its reported that several from this place lost out at the Crab Orchard fair J M Cress wife and Master Joe are visiting relatives at Brodhead this week Miss Renda Pettus visited her sister Mrs B D Holtzclaw at Crab Orchard Sunday Lenard Nave was thrown from a horse last Saturday and bruised con derably Rev Wm C Hutchins has returned from the mountains where he has been on business for the last week A J Thompson sold 13 steers to A K Denny for October delivery at lets Bob McAlister 10 to same for 4cts J L Hutchins bought a combined horse from J D Miller for Judge Mose of Pineville for 150 Also one from M J Rothwell for Dr Burchfield for 75 How gambling can be carried on in open violation to thelaw of ourcounty in broad open day light in the of the authorities that be is a mystery that no informed mind can RUBBLE Miss Flonnle Hammond is visiting friends in Mt Vernon Mrs J W Anderson is visiting her daughter at Marksbury Miss Luella Griffin of Lexington is the guest of Miss Lucy Miller Robert McKechnie of Lexington spent Sunday with his parent here R M Johnson the mining enginer has gone to Wheeling West Virginia Mrs Col Underwood and daughter Miss Mayme left Tuesday for St Louis Mrs Walter Mulkey of Osceola Ark is visiting her mother Mrs Bettie Doty of Point is the guest of her sister Mrs Jake WhiteWheat is being threshed in this com munity and the result is very gratify ing to the farmers Mrs Belle Perkins of Marksbury has returned home after a visit with her daughter Mrs J C Eubanks The ice cream supper given by the Aid Society Saturday evening was quite a success The proceeds amounted to End of Beter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du Pont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The ben en1 1 received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive en tirely regained my health It con query all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store Price 50c and 91 Trial bottle lies 1m 11 I Sunday J Steadman Oklahoma year- nIs bean largest Pineville visiting Wand daughter presence Miller bliss Frankeye 4500 abcesson Asa M PRE solve Leave Ladles a iy t J1AXSE Born to the wife of Burdett a fine girl I Arch Walker Jr Is spending vaca tlon with his parents Mr James Doores of Lancaster is visiting Mrs J no Doty Jr Dr B Ramsey and family are spend ing several weeks at Dripping Springs Mr W J Gillispie Is able to be out again and attended church here The Ladies Missionary Society will meet at the Presbyterian church Fri Mary Noel of Danville is the attractive guest of her sister Mrs J B Woods Misses Sue Iliggius and Frankeye l Doty have been visiting Mrs J II White near Hubble Miss Jennie HIggins left Monday for Marksbury where she will teach the Fall term at Rices Academy Business and Bargains Seed rye for sale Banks Hudson 7 22tf Seed rye fcr sale Banks Hudson 722tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34 tf Baled hay for sale Banks Hudson 34tf Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 5Ctf Oats Corn and Hay for sale Banks Hudson 03tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris 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 2otf Smith Currey Agts Cut flowers fresh every day Glad iolus Tuberoses and Asters tf J C Thompson New stock large fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf Fine Cows For Sale I have two splendid young fresh Jersy cows which I wish to sell They are No 1 in every respect S D Rothwell 8 utf Piano for Sale A good Upright Piano almost new used but Apply at this ollice 6 10tf Coot1 gentle family mare for sale Apply at Record ollice 017 tf 1 have sold my grocery and must close up my business at once All indebted to me must settle at once I can indulge you no longer 78 tf R A Stone 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 to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons 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 I trust you will call and settle tf Miss Sallie Tillett Having sold my grocery I desire to sell my furniture and to do this I will beginning on Saturday July 9th offer my entire stock at auction and every Saturday afternoon until sold sale will begin at 2 pm R A Stone 78tf Important Notice As I will leave in a few days for a protracted visit in another state it is very important that all owing me come forward and settle I must have the and will appreciate the kindness Mrs John F Lear 729tf Wanted Piano Good secondhand upright piano Apply at this office 2t New stock of souvenir spoons 50 new patterns Uncle Toms Cabin The Poplars Uncle Norman and the New College Building at Berea Ky and Court House etc 85tf Thompson the Jeweler For Congress- We authorized to announce Hon D MOORE of Mercer County as a candidate for Congress in the to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratlc party support earnestly lolici ted tf For Congress We sre authorized to announce HON HAIIVE HELM of Loncoln county as a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district subject to the Democratic party For Congress- We are authorized to announce lIon George G Gilbert for as candidate for Congress subject to action of the Democratic party For State Senator- We are authorized to announce R L Hub ble of Lincoln as a candidate for State Sena tor subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce R L DATOI SON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo partyFor Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie B Is a candidate for of Public in Garrurd Co subject to the action of the democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun ty Attorney subject to action of the Demo party For Supt Public Schools We are authorized to announce Mlttie Dunn as a candidate for nomination for Super Common Schools for Garrard coun ty subject to action of the Democratic For Congress Hon Adam Carpenter of Moreland Lincoln county has been by the Prohlb as their candidate for Congress He Is one of the leading citizens and formers and In making the race for last November on this ticket nearly tOOO votes For Assessor We are authorized to announce Ike Arnold of Paint Lick as a candidate for the officeof action of the democratic party po rt is earnestly solicited dayMiss G 3tf For Sale persons j I iJr e Miss party a e asle880 of Garrard county subject to the Ramsey Sunday C C washes C C are the i tende the poled tiY j g rr L g t PAINT LICK KY Those Bargains at McWhor ter and Estridges winner Dress Goods Laces at and below COST Bargains that you can not afford to miss ij These goods are not faded or j 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 PAINT LICK KY jftiilijJJjfflfJl rfJ Jjf0JfIlfifjgJiJ MeVhorter EstridrrcI iTfJ1JjJlI GOING I fID rn 0 Spi1nj and 1 I Hamburgs fill III 0 0 01 0rnfils mfi gJIBilSil JJfiI1 IIJ ooooo t woooo s ooo a RAPkLY o o- i o o o o p 3- 1McWhortcr Estrklge o Oil Stoves Refrigerators 1 i i i i i i i I i C OCOOOOCw OvUOCfvOCn 4C G400 OOG OOC Ice Cream Freez Buggies Buggy Harness ers x I Mount Elkin M a S G jwHv Articles Toilet Waters Soaps Perfumes Talcum Powders Violet Ammonia Bath Tablets Rubber Sponges Bath Brushes Face Powder Sticky Fly Paper Poison Fly Paper Toilet articles of all kinds at the very lowest prices t easonIe r FBISBIES DRUGSTORE WHEAT CONTEST Rules governing entries in contest for 7500 for best 10 acres of wheat raised with Ox Fertilizers bought of K FPOSTLE 1 The 10 acres shall lie together in 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 Etch contestant shall put on exhibit at Postles i y bushels of wheat taken at random from of the 10 acres such exhibit 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 sub nittsd 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 I I i I I I I bet S I 1 KFFOSTLEr r 8f ffl1 v Yr r VYIK Rrii cfnrt r S o oooo o ooooo ooooo Q oo o t T store- S theld l r i f 1 I i v r PERSONALS Mrs R E Hughes is in Danville visit big friends Lewis Gill has returned from a pleas out visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a weeks visit at Crab Orchard Mr anti Mrs R Jennings of Paint Lid were visitors here Sunday Eph Brown has returned from a weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Dove Harris of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Sim Andersor Miss Eliza Anderson of Maysville is the guest of her aunt Mrs II C Jen ningsMr W B Burton has returned from Martinsville Ind very much improv ed in health Misses Ethel and Mamie Walters have returned from a visit to relatives in Stanford Mrs Susan Fisher is in Greensboro North Carolina visiting her neice Mrs Jerry Rcspass Mrs Guy Davidson entertained Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Cora Ward ot Cincinnati Misses Ada Dickerson and Cordie Hamilton have returned from a visit to friends in Bowling Green Miss Beulah Grimes returned home Tuesday after a pleasant visit to Miss Hallie Mae Benton of Lexington Mr W J CoiTey of St Louis and Mr and Mrs J B Grimes of Lexington visited the family of C T Grimes this week Middlesboro Record Mrs W J Kin naird and her little daughter Miss Harriet returned Monday evening from San Antonio Texas The illness of the litter compelled them to re turn lipase b l b9 giilb lN A 1 I I Y f i t t i t i t t Veare now offering some INS I V HitlBS and If you need a nugVY- W Surrey Buck tus X13 D 113 D j esceptioually fine t t I Runabout I board dent fail Q J M Logan has gone to New York on a business trip Ben Herndon went on duty at Tray lors Distillery Monday Miss Fannie Doty is in Corbin visit ing Miss Annie Francis The Danville Fair i s attracting many of our people this week James Smith has been spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Dr Sid Isbell has returned from a visit to relatives in Bowling Green Mrs J P Rucker of Ford was with her sisters at the New Mason Hotel Mr and Mrs M E Wilson of Missis sippi arc guests of her father llr George Arnold Misses Katie Simpson and Noreen Henry have been spending a week in Crab Orchard Miss Tallie Orand of Waco Texas is expected for a visit to her aunt Mrs IIC Jennings Miss Margaret Mount who has been the guest of her parents returned to Covington Sunday Joe Burnside or Crab Orchardspent Sunday with his parents Judge and Mrs It A Burnside Mr and Mrs William Marrs of Kirox vine are guests of her parents Mrs John Anderson Miss Theo Ilempliill leaves this week to be present at a houseparty giver by Miss Moore of Danville Claude Royston who has been visit ing his mother Mrs Mary Royston has returned to his home in Chicgo Mr and Mrs W 0 Dunlap are receiv ing congratulations over the arrival of a little girl christened Eugenia Ban ilton Mrs ET Robinson M has been the guest of Judge and Mrs Joe S Robinson She was born in Gar rard and this washer first visit to Lan caster for many years IJ JA i rIA j I M rand of CarroHon Miss Ada Dickerson is in Nicholas ville visiting relatives Miss Mattie Thompson is in Danville visiting Mrs Jesse Walden Miss Marv and Martha Gill are spend ing a week at Estill Springs J P Sandifer Jr of Covington is visiting Cosby and Van Logan Judge It A Burnside left Tuesday for a months stay in Tennessee T S Elkin were visitors in Stanford Sunday Mrs E C Gaines is visiting her aunt Mrs Oscar Parks of Middlesboro T Williams and children at tended the Crab Orchard fair Wednes day Misses Jennie and Lilly Williams have returned from a visit to Barbour ville Mr George Mason of Chicago is visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Mason InteriorJournal Mrs L M Perrin of Garrard will arrive Monday to make her home with Mr J W Perrin lIon Lewis Y Leavell continues to improve and we trust will be out in a few days Mrs II A B Marksbury is in Spring field Ohio visiting her daughter Mrs A II Rice Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts has rt turned from a visit to Miss Sophronia Fox in the country The young men gave a delightful impromptu dance at the New Mason Hotel Tuesday evening Mrs A M Kinnaird of Middlesbotr who has been here a few days is at till Springs for several weeks Carlisle cor Cincinnati Enquirer Mrs N H McKeuney is home from a visit to Stanford and Lancaster Mr Clayton West and wife and Mrs J T West of Jessamine visited Mr Alex West and family last week Miss Allie Arnold leaves next week for Louisville to be a member of a houseparty given by Miss Marietta CrowDanville Advocate Miss Alice Walker of Lancaster and cousin Miss Walker of North Carolina were visitors to the city Saturday guests of Minnie Cotton on North Third street Rev Jno M Price and wife of Atch ison Kan are visiting their grand parents Mr and L Francis Mrs Price is kindly remembered by many Lancaster friends as Miss Fan Ballew Allen Beazley who was hurt at Spar ta Tenn while working with nery is much better and able to walk about He is with his brother J A Beazley His collar bone three ribs and shoulder were broken Mrs Eliza J Walker of Paint Lick has been the guest of Mrs Joe S Rob inson Although in her t2nd year Mrs Walker is in splendid health and pears to be many years younger than the advanced age which she has attain ed Danville News Miss Mayme Bal lard and mother of Bryantsville spent Wednesday in this city shopping Miss Eliza Smith of Lancaster is tle guest of Mrs Monte Fox Lexington avenue Miss Margaret Mount of Lancaster was in this city Wednesday r Mesdames Sam Salter and Mrs J herson Es Miss Dlrs J mach app Dont fail to see our DOUBLE f HARNESS before buying WE WILL SAVE YOU Romans ElmoreI I rifrni riJf3ri1I r fii l J MJ8 MONEY c f i0 0 o i i J A CONN J B CONN Buggies Roadwagons Harness We invite you to inspect our stock WATCH THIS SPACE 1 Surdes S iU U U U U U BU BU BU iU iU U u u u miU vmmnrnnnnrnnmvnr rmnrninrnrnrn mnr innrnrnrm i Conn Bro 0 L Hammack F H Koehler Paint Lick Kentucky Give us Buggy Burry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special or ders filled without delay Blacksmithing Carriage Repairing Work Guaranteed to Satisfaction O l Hammack Co for AND 0 0 your order give a Mr and Mrs II Ballou are the week with Mr and Mrs G S Gaines J B Conn is suffering this week with a very severe spell of toncilltus Mrs W R Cook and son Robertson are visiting Mrs Wintersmith in LouisvilleGreen Walker of Memphis Tenn is visiting Ins mother cus Walker Capt Phil Price of the K C day trains is back on his run after a weeks illness Mayor R Kinnaird and Louis Lan dram enjoyed a visit to Paint Lick Tuesday a square meal at Ike Ar nolds hotel affording a pleasure each was unaccustomed to Danville Milton Elliott who was recently elected to Uieprinc palship or one of Lexingtons city schools was in this city yesterday He is with his brother Dr Mack at Bryantsville Mr Jno Y Leavell who has been spending some time in the west with relatives returned last week and is visiting his daughter Mrs Alex Doty on Richmond street Although he has passed his eightyseventh mile stone yet he is as full of vigor and life as one of half his years lie is still of that happy jovial disposition which brings sunshine to those about him and his many friends sincerely trust that he will yet be spared many more years of good health He made the from the west alone and it is interesting to hear his description of the trip The following from the Courier Journal will he read with great inter est by the many Lancaster friends of the charming and lovable young lady Mr and Mrs William 0 Bradley an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter MissChristme Duncan Bradley to Dr John Glover South of Frankfort and the news of it will be of much in terest throughout the State where both Miss Bradley and Dr South have a large acquaintance The date of the wedding has not been fixed nor have any of the arrangements been made except that it will take place at the Warren Memorial church Miss Brad ley who is the daughter of ex Gov W 0 Bradley is one of the popu lar girls in Kentucky Through her fathers prominence as well as well as through her own charming personality she has made many friends in this and neighboring States She has figured prominently on several occasions of national interest principally when she christened the battleship Kentucky News several years age Dr South is one of the leading in Frankfort He is the son of the late Barry South who was a inept politician and is a brother of Mr Jere South of Arkansas at 01 o time Lieutenant Governor of that State UAHKSliUllY Miss Julia Parks of Lexington has been visiting relatives here Mrs Waller Greenan and children o Lexington have been visiting relatives hereMiss Mae Lee of Shepherdsville Las been the guest of Miss Willie Mae tailings Mr and Mrs T I Herring returned Monday from a visit to relativs at Hutonsvilc Miss Georgia Dunn left Monday for St Louis to visit relatives and attend the Exposition Missess Addle and Carrie Arnold leave this week for St Louis to spend several days at the Exposition M IssessOllie and Eula Jackson two charming young ladies of Lexington will arrive this week to he the guest of Mrs E F Parks at Marcellus and other friends A protracted meeting will begin at the Fork church on Monday August eight Rev R L Purdom of Washing ton Co will assist in the meeting Every one cordially invited to attend PAINT LICK Mr Champ Shumate is very much improved at this writing Mr Quincy Shumate left Saturday for his home in Newburn Tenn Mrs Fannie Koehler and Miss Emma left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair Mrs J P Rucker of Ford was the guest of 1C Rucker and family last weekMrs Fannie Garret and Miss Ethel Galloway spent Sunday with Miss Arnold Misses Kate Ely and Lydia Champ spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Anderson Messrs A B Estridge and W S Fish attended the Crab Orchard fairThurs day and Friday Miss Ethel Galoway of Lexington has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives here Mrs Minnie Jennings and daughter will leave Wednesday to visit Mrs CB Hamilton at Richmond- E L Woods of Silver Creek bought U A Andersons farm consisting of 167 acres at 35 per acre Smith and Mrs McDill of South Carolina era expected this week for a visit to their parents C B Young and wifeMisses Fenton Cornelison Pauline and Novel Duersbn have returned home after a pleasant to Miss Forrest Denton Prof Simmons of Kirksville will preach at Walnutta at 11 a m next Sunday All are cordially invited to attend and especially all members of Fairview It is hoped sugges tions will be made that may be of terial benefit to them spending Mrs NewsProf Elliott journey at Newport physicians p om j t 1 I c r fkY Dar most Bilker paella Rene bins visit church may 4 S COMING Nickle Plate Shwos w N HARRIS WORlD fAMOUS Monday Au Wilt exhibits at L SJEEANCA a W H HARRIS NEW NICKEL PLATE SHOWS 14 years before the American public indorsed by over two thousand papers from Maine to California Lake Superior to Floriia 258 performances in Chicago this Season to over five hundred thousand people It is an up to date Show It has new Ideas it is not just like all the others you will not know all this unless attend this Show of newborn Ideas and thrilling effects to this world unknown 80 Thoroughbred Horses a trinity of Trick Mules a coterie of Educated Shetland Ponies the largest Performing Elephant that threads tho earth ten thousand dollar den of Performing Lions and Tigers six Funny Clowns and the best ring performance ever seen beneath a tent j Moral and elevating above all others full value for money every time no misrepresentation Courteous treatment to all patrons Ladies and Children are particularly requested to attend the afternoon performance to avoid the val crowds at night ADMISSION to all this big Shuts reduced to POPULAR PRICES Largest Popular Price Show On Earth Now Bigger Better and Grander than Ever with all New and Novel Acts and Features for the Season The Mellette Family of aerialists and riders The Jennis family of acrobats and tumblers Mr Claude Orton the Worlds Champion four horse rider Mr Harry LaPage on the bounding rope A host of funny Clowns Grand free street parade atlO EL Two performances daily at STand 8 p m DoOr Xfe i4f one hour y ou I pen 1 Y 3 t earlier sr rs d rt Ca sg i Iwwlk If an artist were to paint a picture of a mother and child he might follow his own fancy in many directions but in one thing he must be true to nature the mother and child must be in perfect health Such a picture would only serve to remind us how little per fect motherhood there is in the world which is full of weak mothers and wailing babies Motherhood is made easy for those women who use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It gives the mother strength for her trial and makes the babys advent practically painless It gives health and strength to both child and mother I take pleasure in informing you of the birth of a boy health on May iSth 1899 writes Mrs Iv E Corti of Waltonville CI O n r Ta I5ox 25 I cannot find words sufficiently strong to to my thanks for my baby came almost without pain when my with the doctor the was already born neighbors who were with me my husband and the doctor could not believe Having suffered so much before I never believed myself able to be delivered of a living child I recommend Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription to all women who are in the same condition that I was in as one best remedies existence I have used eight bottles and find myself in perfect health Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders husbandarrived tt 0 in I for weak women FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense fledical Adviser is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send twenty one onecent stamps for the book in paper cov ers or thirtyone stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY One cook often spoils the broth as completely as too many A good many people fail to appreci ate salvation because it is free Violent Attack ol Jllarrhoea Cured l y Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Jfenie ly and Perhaps a Life Saved A short time ago 1 was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and be lieve I would have died if I had not have gotten relief says John J Pat ton a leading citizen of Patton Ala A friend recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 bought a twentyfive cent bottle and after three doses of it was entirely cured I consider it the best medicine in the world for bowel complaint For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m The nearer you get to greatness the smaller it appears Before jumping at a conclusion be sure you see your finish Suicide Freeii ed The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably pre cede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney reg ulator Only f0c Satisfaction guar anteed bv R E McRobberts Druggist agreat lni discovered Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money MCROBERTS DRUGGIST t School- Books A SUMMER DAYS IN MICHIGAN The but place in tbi world lo spend YOUR VACATION DAYS Pure Air Boating Fishing Golf Everything to Amuse Good Hotels Low Rates Mackinac Georgian Bay The Soo Hutonia Beach It Aux Bisques Hundreds of Island and Coast Resorts The airof is a known Specific for Hay KindredFever Asthma and disorders Let us talk the mailer over with you our agent will gladly call Write for Booklet ao1 Information roto oro Michigan B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the is bought at Currey Oayi SOns I bread G HD to St Louis WORLDS FUR TRANS Through Trims to St Louis LOW ROUND TRIP RATES Coach Excursions Tuesdays Thursdays The only line having t staticn near the Fair Grounds All our trains stop at our Vorlds Fair Station at the Main Entrance scar the big lIotels on the way to Union Station alluGy 2qo xluWABASH Gaily MDNDN ROUTE SUMMER IN THE COOL NORTHWEST The C H D through trains to Chicago connecting there with roads for the famous Wisconsin Resorts also for Yellowstone Park Alaska Colorado and the West 4 Trains Emery Week LOW ROUND TRIP RATES runs Diy Write or call for Information cttCAC- a AND W E SMITH X P A Cincinnati O D G EDWARDS Passenger Traffic Manager Cincinnati Ohio Agent Patterson stplkaa Rich Mr J T Williams who with G M Patterson went to the big land draw ing in South Dakota returned Sunday and tells us that while both failed to get any land yet they with other of their tent composed a song which Mr Patterson had printed and on which he made many hundreds of dollars In fact the rush was so great that several printing presses were kept busy making copies Here it is AFTKU TIlE DKAAVINO Just after the drawing sweetheart I am waiting for a train Way out here in South Dakota Waiting here upon the plains As 1 gaze across the prairies And the Promise Land I view lust after the drawing sweetheart I am coming home to you CHOUUS Now my darling I am leaving Fair lionestcel forevermore I have failed to draw a homestead I am feeling very sore I am leaving my sweetheart On the bumpers of a train No more will I ever leave thee If I could the whole world gain Just after the drawing sweetheart Many they are leaving here They are going to their loved ones Going to their sweethearts dear They are going from the drawing They have failed to get a claim They have met the wily grafter Way out here upon the plains Clio Many a womans ill health is due to her imagination Cholera Iiifaiitiiiu This disease has lost its terrors since Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy came into general use The uniform success which attends the use of this remedy in all cases of bowel complaints in children has made favorite wherever its value has known For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Habit may be a mans best friend or his worst enemy The Death Penally- A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insigni ficant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Burns Sorts Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 2oe McRoberts Drug Store 1m A Perfect Painless Illl is the one thing that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effect ually are Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by R E McRoberts 1m A Summer Cold A summer cold is not only annoying but if not only relieved Pneumonia will probably be the result by Fall One Minute Cough Cure clears the phlegm out the inllamation heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One Min ute Cough Cure is an ideal remedy for the children It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A cer tain cure for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by R E McRoberts 1m DelVItt 1 the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DEWITT on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless coun terfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name E C De Witt Company Chicago Sold by R E McRoberts 1m A Sweet Breath is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in health ana strength and can eat whatever I like Kodol dl gests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by R E McRob erts 1m r It occupants her its become I I DeWitts DeWitts ss a N1 draws t Choice Milling Wheal wanted We are today paying 9 per bushel de livered on track Louisville for No 2 Soft Red Winter Wheat and aim at all times to pay the top market price COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING Ballard Ballard Co Aug 3 1904 Louisville Ky 5cts j mow fcjicurffifiil men know whim not tu i tempt fallir Taken with Cramp Wm Kirmse a member of the bridge gang working near Llttleport was ta ken suddenly ill Thursday with cramps and a kind of cholera Ills case was so severe that he had to have the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr UilTord was called and consulted lie told them he had a medicine in the form of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he thought it would help him out and accordingly several doses were ad ministered with the result that the fellow wits able to be around next day The incident spells quite highly of Mr Gillords medicine ElkaderIowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep it in your home it may save life For saleby Frisbies Drug Store 2m SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 40 di rected to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Garrard Circuit Court on the 10th day of March 1U04 in favor of Kinnaird and against Lancaster Oil Company Ilerndon G M Patterson J 15 Conn J J Barton II G Ward J P Kin naird and William II Kinnaird mild which execution came to my hand on the said lOlh day of March 1904 at 215 p m and was levied by me upon the real property on the day of Match 1904 I or one of my deputies will on Monday 22nd DAY OF AUGUST 190- 4oetwcea the hours of ten oclock a m and three oclock p m at the court house door in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following property towit One two story brick house together with the lot of ground upon which said house stands together with all the out buildings and appurtenances there unto belonging situated on the north side of Danville avenue in the City of Lancaster Ky and bounded as fol lows By the property of Tillett Sis ters on the West and by the alley on the North and the brick property of the late Nannie B Anderson on the East and Danville Avenue on the led upon as the property of J B Kin naird Amount to be realized 754 04 TERMS Sale will be made on crodlt of six months bond with approved security required of purchaser bearing inter est at the rate of six pecent per from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a sale bond This 3rd day of Anirust 1004 W L Lawson Sheriff of Gararrd Natures Own Remedy 3110 iia No Ordinary Gunr antee lloiid with Every Sox The unusual way in which RE McRoberts one o f Lancasters most reliable druggists sells Mio na emphasizes the fact that this remedy possesses unsual merits The guarantee that they give with every package is plain and positive If Miona does not cure you of dyspepsia we will return your mo ney Miona contains remedies that soothe and heal the inflamed lining the stomach It helps digestion and thus relieves the digestive sys tem of work and strain It gives pure rich blood and strengthens the nerves so that the whole syst em is burit up and vitalized while the dyspepsia is being cured Not A Patent Medicine Ilyomei the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by Iliynlelaiiw No one should confound Hyom ei with patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It is AS far superior to them all as the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition is secret but Hyomei gives its for mula to all reputable physicions It is not foolish to try and cure catarrh by swallowtng tablets or liquidsThe only natural way to cure this disease and all other dieases of the respiratory organs is to breathe Hyomei This treatment has been so succes ful curing 99 per cent of all who have used it that Hyoinei is now sold by RE McRoberts under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cure You run no risk whatever in buy ing Hyomei If it did not possess unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan oIo r b t night William described byDr annum county I Remedy = Ii K tJf1 t14 r U oJI A hr- h LEWIS Y LKAVEIL President J S ROIJINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 1 The 6IT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier VW O RIGNEY Asst Ciishr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garcful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leave J S Robinson 15 F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold To Th Community extend the accomo dations of a Strong S The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier Asst 11 T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jao E Stormes W II Kinnaird i W il I t I 50000 1- t i i i W 9 y it n Business We and- Equipped ITh BanIof Br9 l1tsvilll iC 1iL 1j I493 o J p Robinson o O O vo JvCiG vC wt i eCaG 3GGO 4 a GO O4rriv z- y Wg11 Boni IcntucIIOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOvO000000vOtVOC000 e 0 0 4 0 0 0C0 0 0 t 0 G 0 Cash r a t4- fl O 0- t0000000GO 00000vOS0 OGOGOOO OCOJOOOOC DOLLARB President LOO J VAN LAHR E W JEWELL Vice Presidents J ONLY ONE All accounts in this bank arc strictly between the bank and the depositor Inter est is added January and July and compounded Chamber of Commerce MIK Cincinnati O 11 S confidential w r 3Ky 13IOS SPENCF Pr idatt ana Exert Accouafant SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS If you have only One Dollar to spare send it to And open an account to which you cnn add or withdrawal any time wherever you may be Any sum from 1 to 5000 will be accepted t m Provi nI So in BOnK Iru 1 Co See Our NewBooklet Educates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRITE TOR FULL INFORMATION c Union htUoml Bark Building LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT DRPIERCESGOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR THE BLOOD LSVER 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 J l LAUNDRY V Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN WmIIerudon GB Swiuebros Herndon Swi ebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Oflicc over Stormc WSBEAZLEY Dentists Office over Thomp ona store Danville st GS 5 I LancasterKentuckyAgent r I I I drug store G C IBeazley Paris 1 I LPI 1 FARIB- X f w w DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTho 5100 bottle corUlns 2Y times the trial ONLY AT THS LAB C DeWITT CGI ANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERT Lancaster Ky DYSPEPSIA CURE ses for SO PREP R D IIATOR sir welch Beats D- yE DY M111LDh1tl1N1 Sent on Applu cation I fi Business College TURNER IIARKIS THOS E CHAS G I MANAGERS DOMESTICI Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N J Kindly mention this paper Atlantic E i Co Schedule in Effect July pSth 1904 Trains Leave lElcIiiiioml For Versailles Lawreiicebnrg C00 A Louisville Lex I J ingtou Cincinnati I For Irvine A M For Irvine and Beattyvllle 215 P M Trains Arrive ICIclnnoiitl From Louisville Lexington und 1154 A M Cincinnati I 810 r M From Irvine and Beatty ville 10 0 AM From Irvine 335 r M Sunday Truliitt Leave UlclimaudG00 A M For Versailles j 35 p M 955 A M Arrive Jtlchuiond 9T 3 A M From Versailles j 1130 f x From Irvine and Beattyvllle Crfo P M G F P Agt Versailles Ky Louisville I 1155 3i5 r For IrvIue and IIeattyvilte 1 W III COUCH CURE THE LUMC8 l illa WITH t 9IG G li iI I ew Discewfjry r a use BAUD AaY 5 ty 08 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sediment or small particles float about in it voter kidneys are diseased and FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE should at once G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years G D Barhazs of Carlisle Crater N Y writes About four years atro I wroto you statins thai I been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble b UiUiuir less than two Foleya KiiiiiLy Cure It entirely stopped the brick ilust sediment and i im symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I um glad to soy that I liavo never had a return of say of thoe durinsr the four years that have elapsed and I nm evidently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to nay one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes 60o and 100 SOLD AND BSGQ EHDED BV For sale by C C J E Stormes Queen Crescent Time Card Corrcftnl July V 190t TKUSS AT DANVILLE Number 1 Daily stops when lln ged 0 am Number Siliily stops dagger U SO pm Number 5 liily maked 11 am Number Ually stois Slttpm pmNumberNumber Daily stop l50pm Number 10 Dully stops iD I JTg I 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