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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1904 THE CENTRAL RECORDXZFrK STIr rEAR NUMBER 20 IPure rn rn INSURES r r3 uoodUealthm J bugs and trash of all kinds use E3Water To keep your cistern free from leaves E3 birds nests 0 fiffcm1i1iiii u Filter I IHS wNI I J1tW LOOK AT THIS PRICES ox Wall Paper Must make room for our new stock sell Furniture for CASH and on the STALLMENrS easy pay ments one three six or twelve months time New line PictureMouldings Pic tures lramcd to order while you wait J Successors to JA Beazley Co E3 LAW We I1 llai1tonun1ap A L DAVIDSONI R Attorney At Law once over Police Court room Prompt attention to buslnes LAST SALE OF THE SEASON A Complete Clearing Sale of all summer GOODS If you are looking for Bargains DontMissTiiis Sale We will also continue to sell Shoes Clothing Hats Carpets Mattings- at COST during this sale which will continue about 30 days ELJenBiDis t J tj 4 T elf 1C Of Local Interest Too many coons loaf in the Park The union meeting will be held at the Baptist church Sunday night Not long before school takes up and the small boy grows despondent Watermelons arc plentiful They are rather small buj of delightful flavor If you like The Record ask your friends to take it If you dont like it asK your enemies to take it The town is full of pretty school teachers each looking as though she was anxious for time to begin wielding the peachtree switch Old Sol is beginning to wake up and get in his work There has been little hot weather so far the nights being delightfully cool and pleasant There are now about 150 guests en joying the pleasures and benefits af forded at Crab Orchard Springs Go over and take a few days rest Subject 11 a in next Sunday at Memorial Methodist church A Finished Harvest The pastor at request will preach at Herrings school house at 330 p in A very progressive institution with a paid up capital of 50000000 is the Provident Savings Bank Trust of Cincinnati Ohio They have depositors in almost every State in the Union People send their money fi r deposit to them by registered mail or postal money bank assumes the responsibility Protracted Meeting at Hubble A protracred meeting will be held at the Rubble Christian church com mencing next Sunday night Bro Tinder will preach the opening ser mon but the meeting will be conduct ed by Eld II C Ward who will arrive Monday to take charge of the services Preaching every night and a most cordial invitation is extended to all to come and enjoy the services Sad Death of Young Man After one weeks illness of fever Mr John Donohue a wellknown and high ly respected young man of the Ilyatts vine neighborhood died at the home of his father Saturday night The were taken to Lebanon for bur ial The deceased was a young man of great industry and enjoyed the re spect and confidence of all who knew him The family have great sympathy in their bereavement Series of Sermons Last Sunday morning Bro Tinder began a series of four sermons to be preached at the morning services in the Christian church Ills subject was The Model Father The sub jects to follow are The Moth er The Model Mon The Mod el Woman Bro Tinder is doing work for the Masters cause his sermons and every day efforts reach ing the class of people who have drift ed far from the straight and narrow way Keep Your Money at Home When you get a catalogue from a big mail order house just look and see what they pay for product Also investigate and see how their terms of credit are in case you dont have the ready cash how much they will subscribe towards keeping up the sidewalks of your town Just write and see what they will give to assist the poor in your community After you have done this and received their reply go to your home merchant jet their prices deduct the cost of trans portal ion of the goods you are of buying of the mail order house and sec if it is not more to your ad vantage to trade at home Lancaster Mans Success The Philadelphia Evening Telegram Aug 1 tells of a great meeting of the Evangelists in that city and speaks in glowing terms of the movement the following being an extract Fully 18 000 people attended the various tent services yesterday afternoon and every tent being crowded at the latter service with hundreds outside for whom no room could be found The evengelist who conducted the reported many conversions not only yesterday but all through the week At Ardmore Rev li N Faul Kentucky has had an whelming success and it was said during the heavy storm last Thursday night he held the big audience by his eloquence until they forgot the war of elements outside Secret of Success Says the Southern Farm Gazette The secret of farm success is getting money out of your suplus One will rush into the market with his corn and oats and sell it for 10 15 or 20 cents a bushel another will hold his for better prices and a little later will get 25 to 50 cents for it One man will sell his bog to the town butcher for 2f cents another will peddle his among the people at G cents or sell it for 8 or 10 cents This is the mercantile part of farming and is the one in which our farmers are most deficient Our farmers stand greatly in need of edi cation along these lines To grow a crop is but half the battle To save and use the crop as food for man and beast and convert the surplus into money Is the better half of the years work Company orderthe remains noble think- Ing evening services man r morning C Model caner of th rat 8 A few days rest at Crab Orchard Springs may save you a spell of sick ness The fare and accommodations are fine this year and rates very Write or telephone for particulars Card of Thanks We earnestly thank our neighbor and friends for their help and kino sympathy during the illness and af ter the death of our son and brother Mr and Mrs Jno Donahue and family Lookout fop a Drop The price of wheat remains abnor mally high on account of the chance of war abroad but there is no chance of war abroad other than that which is now waging and If there was it would not in any way increase the consumption of wheat therefore we say the market Is being manipulated and Is entirely too high and there should be a drop and a big drop soon A Worthy Exhibit At the Fourth Quarterly Conference of the Memorial Methodist church of this city just held the following was made to the Conference by the department of Womens Mission ary and Relief Society of that church for last six months Number of visits to sick and strangers 172 Bible and devotional 48 torments in good order distributed 60 Number of needy relieved 8 Receipts cash Disbursed 3000 The Hospital A number of public spirited citizens met at Dr Xinnairds ofllce Thursday evening and put on foot the to establish a hospital in this city Many points were discussed and the matter fully talked over Doctor Brown of Stanford was present and assisted very much by his advice and experience in such matters A was appointed to look after subscriptions and the meeting subject to call Rev C M Chumbley was made chairman and Louis Landram secretary Protracted Meeting at Christian Church Bro Tinder tells The Record that a protracted meeting will be held at the local Christian church commencing the last of August and continuing September W T Brooks one of the noted evangelists of Ladodge In diana has been engaged to conduct the services while a splendid singer and professional choir conductor will have charge of the music At least forty or fifty voices will be drilled for the choir Further particulars will be printed in The Record Teachers Institute The joint teachers institute forBoyle and Garrard Bounties convened at the court house Monday morning with Prof R X Roark of the Lexington State College presiding Miss Ella Brooks of Boyle is secretary and Mrs J A Amon of Garrard assistant secretary Miss Grace Kinnaird is presiding at the organ There are about seventy five teachers present and each days program is very As the session will not end until after this issue of The Record is printed we will defer details until next week Nominations Made important meeting of the Democratic County Committee was held Saturday at which several nomi nations were made for countv offices and steps taken as to determining candidates to he voted for at the November election 1905 Although it is unusually early to make nomina tions yet the candidates thought it best to decide who should make the races and get rid of that much of Those nominated were A D Ford for county judge C A Arnold for sheriff David G Ross for jailer Miss Mittie Dunn for superintendent of schools Geo B Allen for D Cochran for representative Jack Adams for justice ot peace in Paint Lick district coroner Moses Collier Candidates for attorney and clerk and justice of peace in Lancaster district wanted a primary election and this will be called later on Judge M D Hughes tendered his resignation as secretary of the committee other matters requiring all his time and Mr G Bright Swinebroad was chosen to fill the vacancy Good OldFashioned Show The above heading describes to a T what the Harris Nickle Plate Show is a good oldfashioned circus where you can see what is going on and enjoy it The Harris show has visited this city many times and each trip mattes more friends The show pitched its tents in Lancaster Monday and a tremendous crowd witnessed both performances Everybody left the tents thoroughly satisfied and with the performances The principal features which deserve special mention are Millette family of aerialists and riders Ed Millettes headbalancing on trapeze and Ira the five yearold Roman rider Jcnnier family of tumblers and Geo Jennier in his footjuggling Harry LeSage on the bounding rope is malvelous Prof Halls troupe of educated dogs is away above the aver age Hezakiab time kicking mule is the best kicker in the business and furnishes much amusement The fact that the oldtime onering show is the most popular and enjoyable is proven by the patronage given the Harris show and the fact that they visit the same town every year some twice a year is mighty good proof that they Rive value received to their patrons reasonable J B Willis report reading movement committee adjourned interesting other assessor- S unanimously I delighted Master standing 3565 into Avery tim- ework and i j Rev C M Chumbley conducted servi ces in the Harris Circus cent Sunday night It is now the custom of all such organizations to have religious every Sunday Joe Robinson sold to T L Yantis a fine 2yearold stallion by Duke of Boyle grandson of Black Squirrel and Duke of Denmark Mule Dealers Attention B G Fox Co will be in Lancaster court day Monday the 22nd to buy 100 mules and 50 yearlings Also a few horse cults Mules received same day 812td A Hint to Parents A business asks The Record to call attention of parents to a number of small boys who play and loaf about the Public Square every He says he has counted as many as twen tyfive boys running about the street atone time and if the racket is not stopped he is going to ask the police to put a stop to it Uncle Bens Platform Danville News Uncle Ben Rob inson of Garrard county who is well known throughout his own and adjoin ing counties and who is loved by woman and child of his acquain tance paid the News office a visit this morning and said that he was a candidate for the legislature from his county and he was going to rest his candidacy before the people upon the platform of AntiAutomobile legisla He says that is the sole purpose of his making the race and he is sails fled that every farmer and nearly else will support him in passing a law prohibiting the things from being run on the highway lie says a man is afraid to drive out on on the road for fear of being thrown out of his buggy Uncle Ben may be a little severe on the Automobiles just as he is on a Republican but he is a man of many years and wide experience and the News agrees with him in main on both propositions Uncle Ben says that his friends need not think he is too old to go to the legislature for he one year younger than the nominee for the Vice The News pledges him its support and it believes it is correct in saying that there are a great many Boyle county people who will deaden the line if he needs them New Healing Powers In the Waters at Eureka Springs Ark It would seem that new properties have been discovered the waters at Eureka Springs Ark peculiarly adap ted to assisting in the curing of the drug and liquor habits The new prop ties have led to the establishment of a large and splendidly appointed San itarium where these diseases if they may be called such are treated A large and commodious hotel has been fitted up comfortably and every at tention is given to patients TheSan itarium is in charge of a skilled corps of specialists and some remarkable cures are being made The Sanitarl um is in charge of Dr C Reed and this gentleman invites correspondence on all troubles of this nature Excursion tickets are sold from all points on the Frisco system at very low rates 729tf WHAT IS INSIDE Of the Worlds Fair and How to see it at the Least Expense The Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering for free distribu lion a very complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what is inside and what is outside of the Worlds Fair and how to see it at the least ex pense The booklet contains information of such value that all prospective to St Louis should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds up on arrival in St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best ad the most economical plan for touring the Exposition things of im portance to see in St Louis together with many other valuable pointers a trip of this nature are only some of the many points covered in this complete booklet It is something you should have be fore planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky Good Entertainment The W C U T arranged a most interesting program for the entertain ment at the court house evening and a good crowd enjoyed it The Bee advertised could not be giv en but the ladies were very fortunate in securing the presence of Miss Eula Jacksonof Lexington whose reading completely captivated the audience Her selections were good and furnish ed splendid opportunity to display her wonderful ability as an elocutionist Miss Jackson is a graduate of the leading schools of elocution and has a bright furture Fine music was given by Misses Angle and Marguerite Kin naird and Helen Gill Two other numbers were the recitations by MUses Lettle Mae McRoberts and Francis Tinder Miss Lillie Leavell delighted the audience with several solos and Miss Olive Jackson rendered some delightful piano music Little Miss Young proved to be both a good singer and entertainer A man likes to think that others think be is better than he is The good man who goes wrong IS ft bad man justfound out i I I I services man everyman everyone Democratic Presidency unqualified in A visitors vantage regarding U Quilt- Ing enjoyable t f night ion y is a Attention Citizens The undersigned respectfully sub mit a few words to the careful of the citizens with the view of calling your attention to prosecu Lions in the Police Court of law and more especially the liquor law and to impress on you that you should at all times be willing to act as jurors in the Police Court Every citizen of Lancaster is vitally interested in the enforcement of the laws All laws should be rigidly rarely tempered with mercy and if there is ene law which should be more rigidly enforced than all it is that directed against the illicit sale of liquors for there you strike at the foundation A house whether built for good or bad can not stand without a foun dation Appellate Judge Holt in one of his able and important decisions said If an evil which destroys the morals the fortunes and the lives of so many of our best citizens one which so fruitful of pauperism and misery and productive of probably eight tenths of the crime in the country were not subject to the legislative it would be strange indeed Surely one can not exercise a right and much less a mere privilege which may be revoked at any time if it be destruc tive of public morals or public health or public peace and yet be the reach of the legislative No one has ever had the right to sell whiskey in this as a privileg- eIt is true the officers in the of the blind tiger have the moral backing of the good citizen in the prosecution of the ones guilty of violation of law but we believe that you as good citizens have not fully re the responsibility resting upon you and that without your help and cooperation and willingness to do your part the officers are to a certain extent handicapped While the power is a broad one and practi cally unlimited it is actually narrow ed and limited by the failure of good citizens to perform their plain simple duties as citizens Asa general rule the cases in which a jury is demanded is in prosecutions against the blind tiger and why Because experience has taught him it Is almost impossible for the marshal to obtain a jury com posed entirely of the towns best citi zens Because he knows the business man has ana will devise and means by which he can escape jury service Because he knows the jury will be composed or partially composed of just whoever the mar Because the business man has either purposely or inadvertently expressed an opinion as to the guilt of the accused so as to render him ineligible It is true the defendant has a right to trial by and it is also true the realization of every good citizen of his duty to give his time to such service has been recognized even since the inception of the Jury system and wherever it has seemingly not been realized it has not been through a serious desire to avoid the responsibility but only a forgetfulness of their real duty citizensSo your officers have the ear nest and serious cooperation of the citizens in the work of prosecution unless the citizens are willing to suffer the inconvenience and annoyance of being brought into the Police Court to act as jurors unless the citizens when they hear of a warrant being issued will refrain from at least expressing an opinion as to the guilt of the so as to render themselves ineli Bible for jury service unless there is such a change in public feeling and public sentiment as will cause the citizen to leave his business when npon to go and act for the public good unless the blind tiger is made to know that a jury will be composed of the very best citizens unless all this is done and it can be it is useless to expect your officers to have the same cess which they desire The officers are ready to perform their duty but witnesses are reluct ant and when the good citizen is call ed he balks The officers may do their duty and the reluctant witness be to yeild up his knowledge and yet the may acquit or one or more bang the Jury because of what they call a reasonable doubt a kind of net which does nothing but allow rascals to escape justice Its are so large that criminals pass without let or hindrance How is this to continue A man from country and anxious to get home feel thesame interest and copse quently can not make as good a lure as the business man in the city for whose son the blind tiger isunceaselng yl yawning Citizenscome outand help us Lay aside the cares of business for one hour and occasionlly give that hour to Jury service and all will be well We desire to say that this is written solely and only for the of making a plea to the citizens for their help and with the statement that there are some of time citizens who have never demurred to the can of thee marshal but they are few Aside from the jury service times the private citizen receives knowledge of a violation of law which never reaches the ears of the officers Whenever find a cine give it to the officer at once and hell willing and anxious to follow It up S t Rothwell G B Swinebroad Marshall City Atty violations- of enforced others purposes beyond power commonwealth- save prosecution all zed police substantial shah can get substantial jury temporary accused called compelled jury cannot purpose J I consideration power ways mesh offs you r K ese t u GREAT SACRIFICE SALE This means less than Cost Mens 100 shirts for 65 Mens Underwear for 35c former price 75 See our Hats for 100 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 L25 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 circum stances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR I r andmany I j S 1 a coMP3 x rT LOGAN 4- v i c 4 roGet ln The Habito Of Visiting The I Joseph Mercantile 0 t I I n I Regular I summer 0i 1 Es i Is Now On Co- Y OUR6 6LEIFtRFtN6E SAL 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 Qo 2 2 o 2 HI I It I It I II It It II It 111111 It I IIIIII It IIIo b UI t a tf 1JI 0o 0z e e 0 0 OOOOBOO 000000000 0 Buggies 0000 Harness Robes o U R Buggies Carriages Surries and Runabouts are r Fully Guaranteed for Style Finish and Price See our line Just se curing some fine new stock for Fall trade t 8 t HISELDEN and ROBINSON AW 1V s i CENTRAL Issiiicd WceJtfy i obper Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster Kyat SecondClass Man Matter Lancaster Ky August 12 IQO4 Mr Andrew Carnegie has taken a stand against the tipping system and says he will never any more Mr Carnegie can not to pay them but is he never asense of gratitude and pleasure when an has voluntarily exceeded his strict duty in serving him and has made him especially comfortable The fact that the attendant may be already in receipt of wages does not quite seem to cover the case under such cir cumstances The daily press can poke fun at we rural roosters for noting the death of i Farmer Oatcakes bull calf but our readers know what we are talking about What bothers the country readers is their inability to under 4 stand such as the following taken from front page of a leading daily t Stone died Egan to first Slattery singled OBrien safe OBrien out 0 stealing Clark walked Hempbill f flew to center etc etc V Some of the newspapers have com menced running the handmedown editorials sent out by their respective 0 political campaign bureau As The Record is listed in the principal news V paper directories as an independent 7 we sometimes receive the sheets of readymade copy from both bureaus Y Our crop of editorial is poor we are painfully aware but well be hinge 4 if it shall not be original Bishop Potter of New York is en deavoring to uplift the moral tone of the saloon by establishing a place where the purest and best liquors are sold at low prices This may or may not result in good What the Bishop wants to do is to establish a drunk shop that will do away with that V nextmorning head If he ceeds in this his fortune is made the Philadelphia high wayman who held up an automobile and robbed its occupants is bewilder ing to the ordinary citizen accustom A ed to sprint in an opposite direction A glance at the names of the leaders in not only the Chicago stirke but in labor troubles snows an absence of the American It is the foreigner every time who kicks Up the devil As the great strike In Chicago has put beef hogmeet poultry etc out of reach there seems nothing left for we poor people but boarding house hash and bologna sausage The price of meat seems to soar but its no use to beef about it MT HEBRON i Taylor Raney bought a calf from Jno Benge price Mr Dock Leach of Tennessee is with friends in this locality Dennie Scott sold a nice bunch of hogs to C M Jenkins at 420 Miss Nalona Duncan spent last week with her cousin Miss Ida Folger near Stone Mr and Mrs Harve Dean are rejoic ing over a fine girl who came July 25 to make that her abode G A Bruce and wife are visiting their daughters Mesdames William and Frank Gammon of Mercer Messrs Russell and Willie Vander pool Misses Alice Vanderpool Hattie Duncan and Bessie Ray attended the Crab Orchard Fair last week and relatives in Lincoln Edna little daughter of Mr and Mrs Harve McCullough died at the home of her grandfather Mr Geo Preston on the 26th The remains were laid to rest in Mt Hebron cemetery Tues day after services conducted by Rev G W Thompson The father and mother have our entire sympathy We would say to them Grieve not this dear one had budded here to blossom in the bright and beautiful beyond TONE i A protracted meeting will be at Stone third Sunday in this month Everybody is cordially invi tedWe failed to mention the fact last week that J F Stones boat was by Miss Mary Martin of Lex ington The recent rains have improved the corn crops hereabouts so much that the farmers are smiling all over their facesMrs Mary E Fain has sold one of her farms to Walker Bradshaw Price 3050 Possession to be given Octo ber first It is rumored that there will be a wedding soon in this neck o the woods Parties to be made one are all smiles now but theres always a hereafter to marriage W G Preston has improved his black smith and woodshop by adding 10x16 feet to it He is well equipped now to do your work on short notice bug gy and wagon work a specialty No cleverer man than he PAINT LICK All people indebted to me will please come forward pay their accounts as I need the tf BL Jennings i RECORD I movedby attendant S Q terrible The daring 8 all skyward 10 visited opened christened t t h afford su- B 0 0Q O 4 and money ta l t o Carl B hint has gone to Indianoplis to work this fall G B Kirby bought a mare from Gee Miller for 4000 Mr James Nave was visiting his son Lenard one day last week Miss Carmical of Mt Vernon is visit Ing friends here this week Mr William Adams of Indiana is visiting his many friends here J H Thomas bought three mules in Rockastle Co last week for 15000 J B Hutchins is attending the institute at Lancaster this week The little boy of James Dyehouse who broke his arm is improving The Baptist church called Rev J C Cormical to serve as pastor for next yearMiss Fannie Thompson is visiting friends in Rockastle county for a few days Rev J W Simpson P E of theDan ville District was visiting Rev R F Jordan Monday Nose Hutchins and Frank Foly of Lowell were here the first of the week on business M W P Dishon is visiting his daugh ter Mrs Gray for a few days at Junction Mr Thos Lunceford and family has beeR visiting his father B T Lunce ford this week Mrs Jessie Mashon of Corbin is her fathers family Mr Grove Kennedy for a few days Mrs D B Edm ins ton and daughter of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs W H Cummins few days Mr and Mrs J L Anderson a number of their friends Sunday where they enjoyed a tine dinner Mrs II C Cummins is much at this writing and we hope to see her fully restored to health soon for there is no better woman in our Mrs Viltonia Anderson had the one day last week to lose her pocket book with about ten dollars in it somewhere between whereshe lives and Stanford BUCKEYE Mrs Teater her son and wife of liar rodsburg are visiting Mrs Herod Ray this week The people here are looking forward to the association to be held here the last of this month The customary salutation now is Isnt it hot During last week the thermometer stood from 92 to 93 in the shade We are proud to note that the Aid Society has taken our church improvement into hand that is the Internal improvement and that they are progressing so nicely Miss Helen Miles the Hill Billy Club one evening last week This club has existed since last winter and now has a respectable membership The rules are they must meet once a week pay one cent apiece dues and invest this fund in a present to the first one to enter the matrimo nial canoe FLATWOOD The good rains of late are making crops look promising John I Miller sold a saddle horse to James Ilutchins for 140 lea Lawson traded a turkey hen to Jennie Holman for a buggy Bill Lawson and family visited at Ebb Cooks Sunday as usual Mrs Hattie Ball left for Tennessee Saturday night to visit her parents W H Furr bought 29 bushels of rye ofHawley Stewart for 70 cents per bushel W H Furr has a span of young work mulesfor sale one of which isan extra good one James Dyhous little boy while drag ging hay shocks fell off of the horse and broke his arm In the difficulty between Dutch Rose and Joseph Ball the jury fined Ball one cent and the cost The trustees of Lawson schoolhouse recovered and other needed reports repairs made during the Institute week I find nothing better for liver de rangement and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver F Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by Frisbies 1m A woman has simply got to love something even if it is only a man Puts An End To It All A grievous wail of times comes as a result of unbearable pain from organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation- But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store 1m Worry kills more people than work because more people tackle it Bad of Deter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn tight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du Pont Ga and gave me up thought my time had come last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The bin eat I received striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive en tirely regained my health It con quers all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store Price 50c and U Trial bottle free Ira oPIU teachers rapidly Lebanon visiting fora entertained improved country misfortune degrees Ladies entertained ii TabletsL Drug- Store overtaxed Everybody Asa 1 UJl1E11St ILhE S N was Business Bargains Seed rye for sale Banks Hudson 722tf Seed rye fir 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 63tf 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 Fans Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son White corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for sale at Marksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury Son For Sale Two houses and lots and two lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Cut flowers fresh every day Glad lulus Tuberoses and Asters tf J C Thonfpson New stock large lisp globes and vases at Thompsons tf Fine Cows FOP Sale J I have two splendid young fresh Jersy cows which I wish to sell They are No 1 in every respect S D Rothwell 35tf Gt ol gentle fh Apply at Record olliCC 517tf 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 Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of line seeds for sale get to see us before buying Marksbury Son Sacks Sacks Sacks Yes we need our sacks bring them home and we will certainly be obliged Dont forget that we need them in our business Son Dont forget to return the sacks you borrowed from us We need them badly Marksbury Son Notice We are stilt in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel 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 mv 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 thekindness720tf Wanted Piano New stock of souvenir spoons 50 new patterns Uncle Toms Cabin The Poplars Uncle Norman and New at Berea Ky and Lancaster Court Ho use etc 85tf Thompson the Jewler The Teachers Institute Written In memory of the Clay county Instl fate In 1SSC then in session while the follow ing poem was being composed The author was a teacher but absent on account of sick almost hear thee calling bell five minutes yet till one Thy chimes near reach my throbbing dell oh toned comp Mighty bell I can NOT come Theres a bustling throng u the street timeWhich gate Turn oh throng turn In throng I cant turn in The street is fnllthe yard is too the gate is pll td up Give way ye heralds of our crew took out I make room lets brother herald Im all away The court house fills most to its ails the bus tie now is still Sweet music tills between the walls Sweet anthems roll and fill But me thou canst not fill Ye bell and throng go on your way in pence and Heralds and praised be your sway Wonderful wondcrous throng But I cant your song AN EARNEST TEACHER R KINNAIRD INSURANCE BepresefltiDiFolloiini Companies AetnaQueen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantife AeliallfeIiJCogHartiirlCffii3 build- Ing washes mare for sale persons bout for Marks ury pianoApply the ness I I I C C C C C lily C S C lotto Camel k 1 s r ijtt Igj 53 E m a rj 13 r3 D te PAINT LICK KY I 5 m 3 A y Xy x Those Bargains at McWhor ter and Dress Goods Laces flU overs at and below COST Bargains that you afford to miss 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 HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE rfljlif1iY ji Jy1 Gi40 fjill MeVhoner WJ K r GOING RA IDlY I s 8 Spring and Summer I HamburJSJ Iill Im If 0J 0 wJJlli1fffj lJJljfjflrCiiI McWhorter Estridge pJo I gI i1JsJiilliij QgJJJ SfilJ8iiJ IJ r J iFlI tf strkeS o oi 0 Estrid5e t t cannot I E3 r i Regular Style Stays 12 in or G in apart Special Hog Horse and Cattle Style Stays 12 in or G in apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily 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measurements are subject to investigation This shall determine quantity 2 Each contestant shall put on exhibit at Pestles i y bushels of wheat taken at random from the yield 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 quality may be submitted at any time before September ist next All statements as to quantity shall be filed and kept secret until September i St next when same shall be made public and decisions rendered For further information inquire lEC IF1 ZFOSTILilK H 0 itfll X VlJJWftfiiIJj illrlll I I In t I storeS I exhibit for t 1 I y fjJ lJlJJ YliIfJflil010JlJ 101tJ fjjfI I o c p Q 0 I Q 1 1 Qom 0 0 L Ilammack F H Koehlcr Paint Lick Kentucky Give us your Buggy Surry Buck board or Runabout Nice line on hand and special filled without delay Blacksmithing Carriage RepairingW- ork Guaranteed to give Satisfaction V S BEAZI EY G C FA- UISBeazjley Paris DcntistsJ Office over Thomp oils store Danville st WmIIurmlon G Swlnubroail Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Oflice over Stormes drug store For Congress AVc see authorized to announce Hon D L MOORE of Mercer County ns n candidate for Congress In the Eight District to succeed lion G G Gilbert subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Your support laearuestly solici ted tf We sre authorized to announce Hos MAUVE HKIM of loncoln county as u candidate for Congress in the Eighth district subject to the action of the Democratic party Ve ore authorized to announce lIon George G Gilbert for renomination as candidate for Congress subject to action of the Democratic party lIon Slam Carpenter of Moreland Lincoln county has been by the 1rohlbl ti nists as their candidate for Congress lie Is ono of the lending citizens and farmers and in making the race for Representative last November on this ticket polled 1000 votes For State Senator We are authorzed to announce R L Stub ble of Lincoln as a candidate for State subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce It L runt SON as n candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Attorney subject to action uf the Demo party For Supt Public Schools Mrs Maggie H Gulley Is a candidate for of 1ublic in Co subject to the action of the democratic We are authorized to announce Mittle Dunn as a candidate for nomination for Common Schools for Garrard coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic par Assessor We are authorized to announce Ike Arnold of Taint Lick as a candidate for the oniceof assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party solicited r rD L tammack Co order for orders AND I Ir I tJ I I Senator D County 4 t tyFor support Is earnestly I 4 I M I I I 1 I j j I party Miss Superintendent We are now offering some exceptionally fine 5 BARGAINS I and if you need a Buggy Surrey Runabout dont fail to SEE US lorc in j VEHICLES Buckboard PERSONALS Mrs SO Denny are visiting the St Louis Fair Miss Eliza Smith is in Lexington visiting relatives Mrs A M Kinnaird of Middleshoro is visiting Miss Mary Gill Miss Gladys Mcrritt is in Stanford visiting her aunt Miss Sacrav Mrs G M Patterson is spending sev eral weeks at Dripping Springs Mrs C M Richardson of Lexington Is visiting relatives in this city Mrs R E Hughes has joined her hus band in St Louis for the summer Misses Hill and Lizzie Brown are in Louisville for several weeks Little Robert Kinnaird spent Satur day with Mrs J P Rucker at Ford Miss Ethel Hilton of Brodhead has been visiting Miss Kittle Aldridge Lewis West of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Jennie WestJ Kinnaird left Tuesday for Stan ton Va where he will work in the in surance business Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville is the guest of her parents Squire and Mrs W H Kinnaird Miss Hattie Doty is at home with her parents Mr and Mrs Jessie Doty after a years absence Miss Mary Thompson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Mrs II M BiUlou and children are visiting friends and relatives in Ricu olasville and Shelbyville Mr J M Grand and daughter Miss Tallie of Waco Texas are guests of Mr and Mrs II C Jennings Capt White has about recovered from his recent illness and is back at his cases in The Record ollice Mr J Randolph Harris wife and little daughter of Lincoln have been visiting Mr E W Harris and wife Mrs Belle Burnside Misses Nell Johnston Cora Ward and Willie Belle Uurnside are in St Louis attending the Worlds Fair Misses Ollie and Eula Jackson of Lexington and Alleen Bourne of Mc Creay are guests of Miss Bessie Mae Lear this week Mr Jas D Bronaugh of Carlisle one of the oldest and most popular knights of the grip making Lancaster was here a few days since Mrs Mary Rice of Danville and Mrs Richard little daughter Julia Rice of Tennessee are guests of Lou Myers Mrs II A B Marksbury is expected home this week She will be accom panied by her daughter Mrs A H Rice who will make a visit before going to her home in Louisville Mr M Steele and sister Miss Julia Mesdiimes Sullivan Ci n ley and Eason of Danville and Miss Perl Wareand Miss Sallie ofLoulsville rand Mary Ollcarn of Maysville came lo attend the funeral of Jno Donohue SundayMiss Henry is visiting rela tives in Lexington Miss Jessie Doty has been visiting Miss Gertrude Noel Louis Landram was called to on business today Miss Ella Barker of Danville is Mrs W A Berkele Mrs John Ballard is quite ill at her home on Richmond streetr Mrs Nathaniel Cotton of Kirksviile has been visiting Mrs J M Petty Mrs Mattie Fish of Crab Orchard is the guest of the Misses Arnold Mrs Wm Jones and children of Win Chester are visiting Mrs J C Robin sonMr Charley Collier who has been visiting his parents left Monday for LondonMiss Ashleyleft this week for a visit to friends in Louisville and LebanonMr Mrs Chas F Denman of Nich olasville are guests of Mr and Mrs Alex West Mrs Fisher Gaines of Danville is spending a few days with her sister Mrs J C Hemphill in this city Mrs Ophelia Dunn and little daugh ter Mamie Mrs A S Price have been visiting friends in Danville Mr and Mrs W K Leavell are congratulations over the arrival of a handsome son christened Will Kav anaugh Leavell Miss Theo Ilemphill left Tuesday morning to attend a house party given at the palatial home of Col D R Moore near Harrrodsburg News Mrs G N Jean has gone to Ft Wadsworth N Y to spend some time with her son Dr George Jean who is stationed there Mr and Mrs Jas Y Currey of New York are guests of Judge and Mrs J C Hemphill Mr Currey has a line in one of the largest in that city Mrs Edwards and family who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Jas I Ham ilton left this week for LinettaSpicgs for a short stay before returning to their home in Mississippi Misses Lillie and Sallie Noel of Danville were here this week for a short visit to friends Miss Lillie left yesterday for California where she is likely to reside in the future The Record office was honore d by a a most pleasant call by Miss Eula the pretty and accomplished read er mentioned elsewhere in this issue who gave us an order for programs and other printing for the entertainment at Kirksville Saturday night Miss Jackson has quite a number of friends in Garrard county who wish her all Dr and Mrs W arrived Tues day for a visit to her sister Miss Duncan They have just returned from two months visit abroad and will stop here before going to their home in Atlanta Paul Arnold after a pleasant visit of two weeks to home folks returned to Indianapolis where he has been en gaged in business for the past year He Was accompanied by his friend Charles Stephenson Jellico Sentinel Mrs W S Gaines of Lancaster is visiting her sister Mrs Judge R A Burn side of Lancaster was a prominent visitor here Saturday J Elbert Smith confined to his home with ty phoid fever Messrs Jas A Beazley and W 0 Rig ney the local undertakers sent to Louisville this week to take the required by the new law in to undertakers As they were both right upto date they had no difficulty with the examination Middlesboro Record Mr A M Kin naird left Sunday night for Louisville where he joined a party of insurance agents who took their annual trip to northern cities and points in Canada Mrs KinnaJrd is at Estill Springs his absence from the city Mrs E C Gaines of Lancaster arrived Tuesday evening to visit the family of her aunt Mrs W 0 Parks Mrs Gaines was formerly Miss Mabel Royston and will be pleasantly remembered as hay ing visited in this city years Louisville I Stormes and receiving Danville position establishments success S Ellein examination regard during ago visiting Jackson Jennie 1 Mayfield several Dont fail to see our before buyingHARNESS e WE WILL SAVE MONEY Romans Elmore YO U I 1iif1i 1iI1iIfIi jill r A 1- R rs p HAltKSltUUY Mrs Wm Broaddus spent part o last week with relatives at McCreary Mrs W M Stallings were Sunday by Mr and Mrs Parks Miss Margaret Durham and brother William Bradler spent last Sunday with relatives at Crab Orchard Miss Loneza Williams of Burgin and Mrs I II Durham of Bryantsville were guests Wednesday of Mrs H D Aldridge Pearl and Hannah left for several days visit to their and aunt Mr and Mrs S H Aid ridge at Stanford Miss Ethel Milton of Brodhead and Miss Kitty and Master Gene Aldridge of Lancaster spent Saturday night with Miss Rose Aldridge The little infant of Mr and Mrs Ilnffman died remains were interred in the Fork cemetery We extend sympathy to the bereaved parentsThe meeting commenced at the Fork church Monday evening Rev Stallings will be assisted by Dr Graves of Lebanon All are invited to attendMiss Jackson of New York and sister Miss Eula of Lexington Messers Dock and Willie Mack Hen dren of Kirksville attended church at the Fork Sunday Little Frances Marine Broaddus daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Broaddus died Tuesday morning at 10 minutes past 2 oclock She was a bright beautiful child But God has taken the delicate bud of the immor tal flower to unfold and come to its maturity in heaven Weep not dear ones she is not dead the child of your affection Safe from temptation safe from sins pollution she lives whom we call dead Several from here went to the show last Monday Mr Ross our efficient teacher is at tending the Institute this week Alvah Adkinson is on the sick list we hope he will soon be well again Mr Joe Simpson sold to John Hill a nice bunch of hogs at 4 67ic per 100 poundsMisses Bertha and Clara Ross of this placehave been visiting relatives and friends in Mercer county this weekWm Creech of Clay county has re turned to his home after visiting his parents Mr and Mrs S W Creech of this place Mrs 0 P Tudor has returned to her home at Hamilton Ohioafter a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs T E Wheeler Uncle Nick Ross the oldest resident of our town is home again after his children in Madison county for several weeks On the 5th the home of our clever pastmaster Mr J T Jackson was made happy by the arrival of a pretty little girl baby name Hazel Richard Clark and daughter Mrs Jackson of Madison have been visit ing relatives and friends in thisneigh borhood the past week Mollie died of small pox at her home near here last week and was buried at the family burying ground on Broaddus branch We are sorry to hear of Capt White being sick We do hope he will soon be able to be at his place again may Gods blessings rest on our old friend and brother McCREARY- W T West and family visited here SundayMr Forbes and wife visited at Marksbury last week Mrs Samuel Hoover Nicholasville is visiting her parents Mr Wm Sebastian and wife visited at Crab Orchard recently Mrs Alice Dobbs of Indian Territory is visiting Mrs Nathan Bogie Mr and Mrs S Sebastian and children were in Preachersville last week Mr and Mrs Davis Sutton and chil are with relatives in Nicholasville Mrs of Stanford is ex pected this week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs P G Warner Mrs Mary Colie of Richmond and Mrs Leander Davidson of Lancaster visited Mrs Wearen last week Mr and Mrs W K Warner and son visited the family of Mr John Sanders at Hyattsville last Saturday and Sun day On last Saturday Miss Pattie Em ma and Annie Walker Cleo and Ruth Royce Bessie Edna Gullie Pearl and Katie Hamn Yirgie Bourne Ethyl Brown Ethyl Sadler and Willie B Henry met at the home of little Irene Sadler to celebrate her tenth birthday Numerous presents were brought and a dinner served and all went home wishing many happy returns of the day and feeling happier by having been togeth 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 Jessamine Nicholasville 3d Mon day Lincoln 2d Monday Madison Richmond 1st Monday Mercer 1st Monday 2 Mrand entertained Everett Friday uncle Tuesdayits Infant NINA pleasant Layton J W Perrin Layton Irene ere 1 4thMonday Harrods Misses visiting 5 nice Stanford HUBBLE M iss Lizzie Lay has returned from LouisJas of Crab Orchard is visiting his brother L C King Miss Jennie Brfnkley of Somerset is the guest of Mrs M B Eubanks Some of the wheat in thiscommunl ty has been sold at 800 per bushel Miss Maggie Groves of Brouston is the guest of her aunt Mrs Robert Rankin Mrs Jas McKichnie entertained a few friends Saturday evening in honor of her sister Mrs David Rankin- A series of meetings beginning Sun day evening Aug 14 will be conducted at the Christian church by Elders J I Montgomery and F M Tinder Best Route to Worlds Fair If you are going to the Worlds Fair why not take the advice of those who have made the trip and get the best line of travel There are seveal ways to go but before deciding on your trip ask those who have gone over the different lines learn the comforts and discomforts and then take the best If you do this you will choose the Hen derson Route You can leave Lan caster at 1030 a m go direct to Lou isville and there get a sleeper which puts you in St Louis bright and early next morning You have had a good nights sleep and saved the trouble and annoyance of making a drive of twelve miles to a neighboring town losing a nights rest to do so 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 cheap as you can get elsewhere you leave your own home in a comfortable train and have every comfort known to railroad travel It 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 ple seek more outoftheway travel is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and patron ize your own road tf FirstClass Rooms at St Louis Tne question of rooms at St Louis has been giving prospective visitors much concern but The Record can di rect you to a most delightful place We refer to No 4350 Maryland Ave a large boarding house run by Mrs W C Lindsay and in which Mr Geo L Gar rett traveling passenger agent for the Henderson Route is interested It is situated on the principal street car line running to main of Fair grounds and also convenient to busi ness portion of the city There are three boarding houses and two leading cafes within a stones throw where first class meals can be obtained The best way to see the Fair is to engage rooms then take meals wherever you happen to be This saves time and money Write Geo L Garrett T P A Henderson Route Louisville for particulars tf UNDERTAKER Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 11L Only Hope Left Why do you smoke those dreadful cigarettes little boy Do you like them Chee I shd say not But Its de only way a guy kin git fired from school nowdays Cincinnati Com mercial Tribune He FInd a cheeks are cold the lady cried And wiser than Ulysses If you dont mind the youth replied Ill cover them with Kisses Cincinnati CommercialTribune OF COURSE I traveling entrance J A tBAZLEY 1 Way My trrM further 0 Q Little you stutter all timeLittle Boy Nnnnno only when 1 talk Chicago Journal Optimum One glorious boon all at hand Or or diverse Be grateful howioeer you stand Your fortunes are no Detroit Free Press Sore Death Norah Pat said he would die If refused him did he say how did He said he go to th next Hibernian masquerade as King the Slvlaith Pu A I am glad to hear that you take much Interest In science Miss What particular branch do you study Oh I study them all palmistry at chirography and Ute who lot Ai rican GIrlDo the have Oi BridgetAn NorahHe Smith fl prosperous worse would Edward Scientist eo Chicago 2 BUGGIESAND Low PricesReme- mber we carry everything in the 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President JOHN E STORMES Vice Preit S C DENNY Cashier Robinson AsstCashr R T Embry Bookkeeper WC FishVice Prest PEOPLES BANK INCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITA l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 i I I f I I III II I I Equipped Ijank Th BanI of Br9dntsviII I 0I493 2 o o N R 2 j J F I6 DIRECTORS D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird I E LWoods Prest WG Kemper Cashr I Iht411 ljr9antsville ItentuekL0- A000000000000CK COOOO000000000000 000t 0 NM 0 26am1 00000 OOOOOOOOOGO00000000O01 M COY D L FRY R G GUYN R L ARNOLD WOODS W C FISH DIRECTORS J B J B BURROWS ELWOODS Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance JI DB BY MAil Seat oa Applf cation All accounts In this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the Inter est Is added January and July and compounded He MM MB M I U 60 Clamber of Commerce Bid Cincinnati O 1 Had Good Judgment Sam Jones evangelist preaching in Georgia recently saw a welldressed young man leaving the church his finger at the absconder Jones thundered Young man would you rather go to hell than to sit here and hear me finish this sermon Stop ping a moment and scratching his head the young man replied Yes I think I would and stepped out the doors It broke up the meeting A man who can induce others to walk into his trap is a strategist Religion makes a mighty poor shroud after it has been worn as a cloak SYSTEM SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA For descriptive matter through schedules and other needed par ticulars addressH DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT 38 EAST FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI OHIO Shaking OOOOOGGGGOOOO BLUE RIBBON TURNIP Seeds Produce the FINEST CpsJ LAST Season Turnips I r isviue mar ket as high as 200 per cost of growTIt barrel- ing it sown alone is to 70C For costingstock feed alone the should be increased a thosand fold ing IfTurnips are sown with Crim son Clover they can be and the grazing and hay crop will more than pay use of theland I preparatIon and harvest I ing it Crimson jClover sown t A will stand our win rters all right The Seed must bej fresh and toJrsecure good j oeeu always the Blue Rib bonBrand i THE PICK Of the world is the American laborer who wants nothing more than a fair wage for a fair days work His only trouble is when he cannot work every day and all day and that is the trouble he experiences when he becomes rundown and He loses flesh He loses strength He has also to lose time because he cannot work as he used to do Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery gives new vigor and strength to men and women It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of diges tion and nutrition purifies the blood and puts the body on the sure footing of sound health w I was a total not sleep or eat writes Mr J O Beers of Berryman Crawford Co Mo For two I medicine from doctors but little benefit I lost flesh and strength was not able to do a I commenced taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and when I had taken one bottle I could sleep and my wonderfully I have five bottles am still improving- If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a medi due claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets c t tnJLiI worn out run down wreckcould receivedvery appetite- was n a Blue Ribbon 7A ABrand Seeds Wood Stuhhs L Co Unfertile Kj Send for Pail Catalogue SEEDS WEARS MENS CLOTHES Mrs Anna McCoy an Illinois AVomaB Who Stuns n Farm and Is a Carpenter The only woman in Illinois says a Virginia Ill correspondent 01 the Inter Ocean who belongs to the Dr Walker school of fashion and wears mens clothes is Mrs Anna McCoy who live near Virginia AH the year around in the harvest field at the arpenters bench while milking the cows caring for the horses or clearing the timber from the land she tends Mrs McCoy wears a hickory shirt and a pair of rough panta loons and she does it unblushingly too This young woman who is just years old is a farmer and is known as the best stock raiser in this section of the state She is a carpenter and built her own home She is a wood chopper who can swing a tenpound ax from morning until night and she can plow a furrow as straight as any man in the state Before she went to Kansas City Mo where the met and married Charles McCoy from whom she later secured a divorce this young woman was Miss Ann Bohrer She was born at Decatur Ill of German parents There was no boy in the Bohrer family and the girl went to work in the fields Under the hard work she grew to be a powerful young woman who at the age of 20 could throw a 14inch plow around with one hand She worked on a farm until she went to Kansas City When she again returned to Illionis she leased a tract of timber land near here bought nn ax and an adz and went to work She won the reputation of being able to cut more cords of wood in a week than Mary 2 I uny man sn tne neiBuu u wu M ifttjuf het1 She next btiRtt planning to build a home for U rsli ard her parents She went into the woods cut down the trees hewed the timbers for the building hauled them to the site selected for the house and then without a bit of help erected the building she had planned She even made the doors and the windows in the building and they are as good as any carpenter could make Mrs McCoy also shingled the house and plastered it The work on the farm she personally looks after and she raises as good crops as anyone in the countyThe work of this young woman has not been confined to the fields She is a splendid seamstress and is a good cook Last summer she volunteered to act as cook at a hotel In Virginia during the illness of the chef While she was serv ing as cook a telephone company for a supply of telephone poles Mrs McCoy resigned her position as cook and returned to her farm where she cut the poles and hauled them to town BARREL SMOKEHOUSE Where lint Small Quantities of Meal Of It Works Quite Well Where one has but a little meat to smoke a barrel can often be used for this purpose A correspondent sends us the following plan which he vouches for as perfectly satisfactory A sugar or other barrel of large size is prefer able With a key hole saw cut a door near the bottom through two or three f I ttdId hit el advertised Slave to Be Taken Care barrel s BARREL SMOKEHOUSE staves After sawing the door nail a strip across the staves to hold them to gether The hinges E are old pieces of leather tacked fast and may be put either at the side as shown or the door hung from the top Make a cross to the barrel and from the hooks B suspend the meat When the meat is in place throw a blanket over the cross to confine the smoke and light the fire which should be placed in a pan Great care must be taken with the fire so not to burn up the meat or the barrel Orange Judd Farmer The Indian an The day of the Indian reservation and also of the reservation Indian is almost past The Indian lands all over the west are being slowly but surely opened to the settlement of the whites and the Indian himself has been com pelled to become a citizen farmer and worker or yield to the survival of the fittest and die out Very soon 650 square miles of the Rosebud of the Sioux Indians in South will be thrown open to settlement These Indians have been helped by the most enlightened policy of the in recent years and will be found for the most part with good homes farms and schools and disposed to be good neighbors and useful citizens hangover a reservation Ia Farmer Dakota government B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the is bought at Currey Davidsons bread OUT IN CALIFORNIA The Triennial Conclave of Tem will be held in the early Fall Thousands are going Its a good There is no doubt but good to see theGolden some time Heres an opportunity Is there to your vantage of the exceptionally low rates an for this THREE ROCK ISLAND ROUTES Via Memphis through the Great Southwest Via St Louis and the new line to Kansas City and Colorado Via Kansas City and Colorado t me d SIre occaslon I aTickets on Sale Aiipstl5 to Sejteinlier 10 Rates from your home town on request GEO H LEE G P A Little Rock Ark IT I McGuniE Dist Pass Agent Gin O xfe 3 Sx8xxxfe S Sx 3 1 f Choice Milling wheat wanted We are today paying 96cts 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 0io Aug 1904 Louisville Ky 7f 5 S PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons nut to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law Price Bros Ed N ULrice George Leavell FergusonHenryLucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan T L Broaddus Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley MrsJ II West W E Cook Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas B Henry Mrs Gill W A Burton Hemphill Walden J C Hemphill Leslie JTarber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell O T Layton Deputy Clerk at Bpyantsvillc is located at Bryantsville prepared to take acknowledgements o f Deeds Mortgages and all legal documents Taken with Cramps Wm Kirmse a member of the bridge gang working near Littleport was ta ken suddenly ill Thursday night with cramps and a kind of cholera His case was so severe that he had to have the members of the crew wait upon him and Mr Uifford was called and consulted lie told them h 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 was able to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Gilfords medicine ElkaderIowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep it in your home it may save life For saleby Frisbies Drug Store 1m A mans idea of personal liberty is his ability to butt into the affairs of his neighbor A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insigni ticant 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 Sores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m When you feel like telling your trou bles write them burn the paper Cholera Inruiitiun 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 be come known For sale by Frisbies Drugstore 1m Nothing makes a girl so weary as to have a young man threaten to kiss her Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered viII 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 a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney reg ulator Only 50c Satisfaction bv R E McRobberts Druggist 1m It takes more than a coat of paint to cover a womans age successfully Violent Attack Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life A short time ago I 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 ton a leading citizen of Patton A friend recommended Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea I 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 ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H LancasterKentucky Agent O 3C I S Embry BeazleyMilt P D appointedDeputy The fleath IeInIiy downthen ita t of AlaI M T J 1 rf let riii F gsa guaranteed 1S5 Saved il LOGAN K M f O Natures Own Remedy JTIIona No Ordinary Kemcily Guar antee Uoiul Every ISox The unusual way in which RE McRoberts one o f Lancasters most reliable druggists sells Mio na emphasizes the fact that this remedy possesses The guarantee that they give with every package is plain and positive If Miona does not cure you of dyspepsia wewill return your mo ney Miona contains remedies that soothe and heal the inflamed lining the stomach It helps digestion and thus relieves the digestive 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 Ilyomel tile Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by PhytilciaiiN No one should confound Hjom 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 Hyoniei gives its 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 per cent of all who have used it that Hyomei is now sold by RE McRoberts under an absolute guarantee to refund the money if it does not cute 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 unsualmerits system formula 9 wit SUMMER IN MICHIGANT- he but In the said to spend YOUR VACATION DAYS Pure Air Boating Fishing DAYS place Golf Evcrtthil1J to Amuse Good Hotels Low Rates lI13ckinc ny The Son iieach It Hundred Coast Resorts The known Specific for slay Fewer Asthma and Kindred di order Let talk the matter over with you our ent will gladly call Write for Booklet information Ccorgiar iiuronia Au- Bartuc ofisiand and airofhlichi- gan is a us and ENOS SPENCER President and Expert Accountant F WABASH WORLDS FIR TBilKS Throagh Trains Dally to SI Louis L O W ROUND TRIP RATES Coach Excursions Tuesdays ition at the the biz to Union near the Fair Grounds elf D to Stl louis oS Thursdays- All oar tir 5101 t our World Moiti Entrznye near lintel on the Station The lire having a Fair way ouy itz5tr Union Rational EsnS BuildingLOUISVILLE KY SHERIFFS SALEjg By virtue of execution No 40 di rected to me which issued from the Clerks otlice of the Garrard Circuit Court on the 16th day of March 1904 in favor of Fleecy Kinnaird and Conn J J Barton RG Ward J B Kin naird and William II Kinnaird find which execution came to my hand on the said 16th day of March 1904 at on the 17th day of March 1904 I or one of my deputies will on Monday 22nd DAY OF AUGUST 1904 between 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 South said property now occupied by Dr J Kinnaird as his office and ied upon as the property of J B Kin naird Amount to be 75494 TERMS Sale will be made on credit of six months bond with approved security required of purchaser bearing inter est at the rate of six per an num from day of sale until paid and haying the force and effect of a Rale bond This 3rd day of August 1904 W L Lawson Sheriff of Gararrd county William uponthe DispiPSJ CURE DIGESTS YOU EATThe 00 bcltlecc l1l s 21 tim the trial size 1ch sells or 50 cents PltEPAftlD ONLY AT THE LAB01ATORV 01 E C DeWITT COZPANY ILL For iy R E McROBEiTS WHAT CHICAGO sale Larcaiter A VerSed I iiiiilr k Jlll is the one thing that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear tilE complexion cum headache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effect ually are De Witts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Intl sij All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while Do Witts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by It E MeHoberts 1m 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 draws out the inllunation 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 cure fur Croup Cough and Cold Sold by II E McRoberts 1m DC Yltt Is the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look time name DjjWlTT on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used fn making Dc Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles Time popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless to be placed on the market The genuine bears the C De Witt Company Chicago Sold by R E McRoberts 1m A Sweet Itrcatli 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 anti strength and can eat whatever I like Kodol what you cat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by R E McRob erts 1m SunIer certain for counterfeits name E j a Id- A digests SUMMER IN THE COOL NORTHWEST The C II D runs through trains to Chicago connecting re with for the fatuous Wisconsin Resorts for Yellowstone Alaska Colorado West 4 Trains Eycry Week LCV ROUND rnip J the r 0 a s alII rite or call for E SMITH T P A Cincinnati O D G EDWARDS Passenger Traffic Manager Cincinnati Ohio w EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Success CALL Oft WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION SIXTH AND MAINSTREETS Business College THOSE TURNER HARRIS f f I CHAS G MANAGERS DOMESTICI Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used bv mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialty Either Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly indention this paper DRPIERCES MEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR BLOOD t GOLDEN LIVER LU PGS to I I I tBULms COUGHIAFJD CURE THE LUNGS I rr T ew FOil 7 Dr GNSUWP710N OUGHS ard OLDS Price Free Trial W SOc 100 n j S Surest and Qaickest Cure for allg THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach No medicine can do more WAS GIVEH TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville 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 and a year ago had to abandon work I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended reliefIentirely cured TWO SOc AND 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected 2 JW TKAINS AT PASVIL1E Slumber 1 Pflily stops alien lln cIlltfOain Numbers I Diily stops whet HiigKvrimi iim Number I nily mulcts till stops 31lk ainNumber Doily stops i Stttpm pmNumberNumber C Daily stops 150 pm Number 10 Dally stops uiuum I TROUBLES om Yer ir u P Y r CURE ofmedicine UP lUlL II I SIZES For sale by C C J E Stormes Jl SOUTH noun NORTH BOSNIa f RVl t5 FLASH THE NEWS across the world that it may be I seen humanity every where Life Plant the most marvelous medical the world has ever known will quickly and permanently cure RHEUMATISM CATAEKH and all BLOOD DISEASES It strikes at the very root oJ the driving the poisop from and replacing it with pure rich blood DISEASE can not KX1ST when the BLOOD is PUKE LIFE PLANT makes it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in the enjoyment of perfect health Our guarantee CURE NO PAYMrs Chas Spnch of Fifth St New My feet were so badly swollen that felt a if I were on needles Could walk only with great difficulty andsevere pain The pain was SO severe as to give many hours at night Iwas a great sufferer Could no re mucbfor It MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON O McRoberts DrugStoer P P iiI iiI discovery diseaseby isNO monthsI Twobottles 4 S