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THE CENTRAL RECORDIIFTISEXTIT YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1904 NUBt x 1 i Pure Water INSURES GoodHealth To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests and of all kinds use LOOK AT THIS LOW PRICES ON Wall Paper Must make room for our new stock We sell Furniture for CASH and on the easy one three six or twelve months time New line PictureMouldings framed to order while you wait Successors toJA Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business LAST SEE OF THE SEASON A Complete Clearing Sale of all summer GOODS If you are looking for Bargains DontHissThis Sale We will also continue to sell Shoes Hats Carpets Mattings at COST during this sale which will continue about SO days BLJeiii S I r 1m j Ibugs trash IJ m IJ Filtor m 8 J R HASELPEN tpay- ments Pictures J Hamilton nunla a R t Clothing Paint Lick c- 1ro 4 t oD Haselden 0 E3 r 1 DD INSTALLMENTS 4 1 Candidates MirrorI JUDGE A D FORD The democracy of Garrard county has very appropriately put this ster ling gentleman at the head of the county ticket and it goes without saying that the banner will never trail in the dust He was born in on September 23 185 andun tit he was elected Judge of the coun ty about four years ago lie was a suc cessful farmer and trader He is a man of tine personal appearance very intelligent and familiar with the mo tives and impulses which govern action making him thoroughly equipped for the office of County Judge Isis record as a democrat is straight and clear of crosses and scratches In religious faith and practice he is a Methodist and contributes liberally to the maintenance of the church In the enforcement of the law his judg I I I Garrard- c runty I human ments are always consistent with jus tice and equity and an appeal from his decision is seldom taken Eight years ago the returns showed that he was defeated by four votes and although importuned to contest the election with a strong probability of winning he declined to contest thereby manifesting his willingness for the majority to rule Since the inaugaration of the free turnpike system much extra work has been added to that office and he has disposed of it with an accuracy meth od and dispatch that is highly He grants no special fa vors but looks to the public good in every official act and his records are always open for public inspection Du ring his administration the debt of the county has been reduced 500 the rate of taxation has not been in creased and a general era of has prevailed He made a hard tight at considerable expense three years ago to secure his election and that of the entire ticket and friends with the party generally con cur in the belief that a complete en norsement and re election is justl due him for his services to the party and in recognition of his able and brilliant administration CLAYTON A ARNOLD This very popular and worthy gen tleman is the nominee of the demo cratic party for Sheriff of Garrard commendable prosperity hip county one of the most important in the power of the people to give and it is universally conceded that he is fully able to discharge the duties of the trust He was born on the 27th day of 18G8 having been a successful farmer and stock dealer until three years ago when he became deputj sheriff during which time he has been very attentive to business becoming well acquainted with the people and with every detail of the office He is in line for promotion and the people could not intrust their interests to a more capable and honorable man Hk relations constitute of the largest and most influential families in the county all of whom are true blue democrats and they with his host of other friends ask his as a slight token of appreciation for their fidelity and valuable services in previ ous campaigns One of his distin guishing characteristics is his disposi ton to take no active part in party factions which become hurtful in races He belongs tuno cllqui offices October one election final or body of men who seek their own welfare at the cost of party Granting to everybody the right to his opinion he moves smooth ly along in the discharge of his duties and as a result everybody is his friend and he is a friend t o He is honest capable industrious and courageous being always ready to execute the orders of the court and guard the interests of the people whether it be in minor the funds collected or in guard ing the lives and the property of the people He is possessed of those traits which the intelligent voter seeks and which will win public favor against the dark schemes of corruption and the unfair methods of the demagogue His friends will wager a large amount that he will distance any horse that against him MISS MITTIE ADAMS DUNN It will be extremely gratifying to the public to know that this beautiful and gifted young lady is the Demo cratic nominee for Superintendent of Schools for Garrard county She is now 24 years of age graduated at Caldwell College Danville has taken several normal courses was first for a teachers certificate at age of 18 when she received the high est average in a class of 14 applicants holds a state certificate and has taught school in Garrard county for six years her work being confined to Bryantsville and Beun Vista which is a guaranty of her competency She has been a member of the Board of Examiners under our present Mrs Walker time Being a consistent member of at Bryantsville she has been organist tor the congrega tion for eight years The foregoing facts prove that she is well qualified to fill the office since she has labored along that line until she is familiar with the wants of a school This brief mention of her ser i s reveals the additional fact that commnedable ambition and is altogether worthy or the detallsln exam lied nON for some sle has a that she l organization everybody handling Superintendent the- M EctiureuSouth j office she seeks No enterprise of man is ever suc cessful except as it is blessed and by female influence and female cooperation and it follows that her candidacy will be productive of good to the ticket by injecting into the campaign a and ele vating influence so much needed in these days of political corruption She has an extensive relationship all of whom are good democrats and some of them among the best organizers in the county There are many other reasons why this excellent young lady should receive the united support of the party and it is earnestly that she will lead the ticket and defeat any opposition The peace happiness and prosperity uf a community depend upon the man ner in which its educational interests are cherished supported and main tained and she is eminently guard and supervise these interests MR ROBERT L DAVIDSON Possessed of vigorous mental facul ties and exemplary habits the above named is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of county attorney for Garrard county subject to the of the party in the primary election to ba refinin purifying qualified- to gentleman honored claimed overwhelmingly action held Oct 8 1904 He was born March 19 1877 graduated at Kentucky TJnU I I k versity in June 1890 and at Law School University of Virginia in June 1899 being awarded several prizes was admitted to practice in August 1898 at the Lancaster Bar He is a member of the Christian church and being eminently social he is quite popular He is an ardent advocate and Democratic principles and the distinction of having been a delegate from this Congressional Dis trict to the National Democratic Con vention at Kansas City in 1900 being only 23 years of age at that time The office which he seeks deals directly with the most vital interests of the people both in conserving the peace by the prosecution of criminals and guarding the financial interests of the county by advising the Fiscal court in reference to public expendi tures the amount of every levy nee cessary to be made and everything touching the interests of the public It follows that one should be versed in the law in order to discharge the duties of that office acceptably The subject of this sketch Is fully quali fied by theory and practice to handle any proposition that may be presented The excellent schools which he attend ed developed an analytical micd and enabled him to deal with the most abstruse questions in a concise and logical manner The man should be trained for the position to which he is called The merchant Is not expected to amputate a broken limb nor the physicians to prosecute a suit in the courts The commander of an army detaches a squad of his best drilled men on an expedition of peril and the many friends of Mr Davidson claim that he is properly drilled and amply able to serve the people as county attorney He has stability of character fixed convictions in favor of law and order with the nerve to proclaim and defend them lie abhors the low mean de based character and the people need not fear to select him to champion and defend their best interests MAJOR JAMES A DOTY This distinguished gentleman who is clerk of the county court and who has rendered highly acceptable service as such is a candidate for re nomina tion subject to the action of the Democratic party in the primary Oct tober 8th 1904 He was born June 25 1840 and descended from a worthy and eminent ancestry being in many respects a very remarkable man Per sonally he is intelligent and affable possessedof fine feelingsa high sense of appreciation and firmness of charac ter in a high degree He is a consist ent member of the Presbyterain church and contributes liberally to charity and all institutions having in view the elevation of society He is a major on the stall of Col Bennett II Young of the Confederate Veterans and his sterling qualities have been recognized in many other instances True to his convictions he enlisted in the 6th Ky Cavalry C S A un der command of Col J 0 Rigsby and fought valiantly for the Southern cause which he advocated with com mendable zeal and earnestness He was in the battle of Perryville the battle of Stone River an engagement of six days the battle at Milton Ten nessee when one third of his company was killed and wounded beside many other engagements He was captured in the Ohio raid in 1863 imprisoned at Camu Douglas from which he es I I defender of enjoys caped after 4 months entered the ser vice again and remained until the close of war By degrees sectional strife and prejudice disappeared by the touch of time and his invincible spir it sought agricultural pursuits and trading by which he soon gained a and took his place in the great throng of peaceful prosperous citizenshipHe democrat and his convictions as unalterable as his religious faith He is an excel lent organizer and his influence is felt in campaign work He believes in supporting nominees as the only means of success and guaranty of party and perpetuity it being the duty of all good democrats to try to defeat an objectionable man before the nomination or abide the result In 1901 Maj Doty and other officials Judge Ford Sheriff Lawson Jailer Ross Attorney Hamilton Mrs Walker and others made a united exertion and used large sums of money in the cam paign which resulted in the election of the entire Democratic ticket In this race it fell to Major Dotys defeat the most popular republican in the county and it is but justice to en dorse him and thus enable him to re cover some of the funds used The office of county clerk is pars po- litIcal are competency organization lotto r p mount in importance the records the evidence of the ownership of all real estate Major Doty has proved by his fixed business methods that he is altogether competent to be the cus todian of these records and his friends claim that if he is nominated he wi 1 easily defeat any opposition SQUIRE J P BOURNE As indicated by the above illustra tion Mr Bourne is a man of strong character and a high degree of mental power He is Justice of the Peace for District No 1 and has made an efF cient officer He is a candidate for re nomination subject to the primary election October 8 1904 Dui ing the present term he has manifested his willingness and his ability to guard the interests of the people He was born October 24 1864 and he has been a successful farmer J I Democratic being being fully trained and established in business methods and principles Thedutiesof the office of magistrate deal directly with the business inter ests of a community in guarding ex penditures levying taxes and super vising roads He has watched these matters with as much interest as he has nis own affairs and it is claimed that his services justly demand his recognition and a full endorsement by the party He is a man of good impulses and a keen sense ot equity and right between man and man making him fully to properly dispose of any prop osition submitted to him lIe has been active as a party organizer and he hails from a section full of good demo crats who glory in organization and rolling up a majority They take pride in coming to the poles and voting the straight ticket shedding dismay in the ranks of the republicans With such an official record supported by such a host of democratic neighbors and a large relationship of the same persuasion his election is a foregone conclusion 0f Local Interest Monday is county court day Uncle Joe Hoppers meeting will begin the first Sunday in September The meeting of the Ladies Aid So ciety for this week has been changed and will be held with Mrs Walter Beazley at 3 oclock A full attendence is desired Gentlemen of the grand jury there is your local option law in Garrard Your administration of that law should be brave and Bells charge to grand jury Hon Geo Gilbert Here Monday Hon Geo Gilbert will speak at the court house in Lancaster Monday court day at 1 oclock Ills opponent is cordially invited to be present and will be given an equal division of time Candidates Mirror In this Issue appears writeups of a number of the the candidates This Is gotten up by Judge M D Hughes the old newspaper man who wields a ready pen and brings out the qualifi cUions of the candidates in great shape Judge Hughes will likely do similar work in other counties and if he undertakes the job it is safe to say the candidates good points will be placed before the people in the best manner possible as his writeups go where a candidate to a WITHDRAWS FROM THE RACE Hon Hapve Helm Leaves The Congres sional Race to Messrs Moore and Gilbert Hon Harve Helm having decided to retire from the Congressional race has issued the following card which will be read with regret by that gentle mans legion of friends from one end of the district to the other After careful consideration of the conditions they exist in the district 1 deem it best to retire from the race for the nomination for Congress With three men in the race the result is doubtful I therefore leave the field to Col Moore and Mr Gilbert 1 shall always believe that I earned the nom nation in the convention but retire with the utmost good feeling towards all I am at the service of my party and am ready to do all I can to advance its interests HARVE HErM MoreLocalItemsonPage2 competent heroicJudge cannotright atleisure r N GREAT SACRIFICE SALE This means less than Cost Mens 100 shirts for 65 Mens Underwear for 35c former price 75 See our Hats for 1 00 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 Slip pers for 75 100 125 and 150 Fine Batistes Dimities and Organdies- for lOc yard former price 20 and many other items too numerous to mention that we are willing to lose money on LOGAN DRY GOODS NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR Sensational Slaughter Sale Unlimited Choice of the House at Manufacturers Cost If you are in need of Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Etc you should call at once before your size is gone Bring the CASH with you as we will not under any circum stances let any goods go out of house unless they ARE PAID FOR H T LOGAN I I TE OOJMFANY I i i I Q V 0 0 x 0 f 4 o g 0 f A 0 j 0 0 S S A Y S Y A 0 Q 4 Z i 1 7 Ji C r2 Get In The Habit Io Of Visiting The o IG Joseph Mercantile Co i I MOVE Fall stock will soon beginE to troll in on us and we I MUST HA Y ROOM in which to properly show Q our elegent and iMMESE STOCK LAlgoodsin in stock now YOUR PRICEo 0 o H HH t I MerGantile INCORPORATED 0 A I t O064 000 r5 k40biEsv0 OOS 0004 0000 id1iF44N Fili i11F F f iFiKN hii1f THEY V1LSTO o o 0 g g goo AT0 0o Joseph Go- Q 6 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000000000000A0O00000 Buggies oa Q 0Q Q 6 E c V C 8 Y 0 o 0 0 I I Harness Robes OUR Buggies Carriages Surries and Runabouts are Fully Guaranteed for Style Finish and Price See our line Just se curing some fine new stock for Fall trade HASlDN and ROBINSON 1JVI1A 1f U N CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly jw Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClass Mail scatter Lancaster Ky August ip 1904 Of Local Interest Joe Carr for several years L and N agent at this place Bled In Lexington last week He leaves a widow and ones child The state central committee Judge Cantrill to be the regular democratic nominee for appellate judge Theprotracted meeting at the church will not begin until the last of September and will continue in October one month later than was announced in last issue of The Record The RockIsland Frico systems have very low round trip rates to the West and Southwest First and Third Tuesday in each month Parties con a trip to Indian or Okla hams Territory Texas or any point West North west or South west can get Information and literature from J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Has Many Friends Hero Rev Thos C Campbell of Rockvllle Md preached a splendid sermon at the Baptist church Sunday night which was enjoyed by a large gation Mr Campbell is visiting his Mr Jno K West He was located in Lancaster for several years and during that time made a host of warm friends who are always delighted to see him Kind Words For The Record Your most estimable progressive county journal The Record acknowledges this judicial and generous award of Judge Bell in his splendid charge to the grand jury of Garrard county last Monday in openit g court Ills honor was kind enough to refer to the editorial utterance of The Record in last weeks issue on the sub Jct of vagrancy on its injustice curse and cure in this city and county Successful Meeting The joint session of the Boyle and Garrard teachers institute was the most enjoyable and satisfactory ever by either county and the plan was so satisfactory that another will be held next year Junction City having been selected at the jusi closed Lincoln county will join in next year the three counties to hold the one institute The here was very enjoyable several social features adding to the pleasure Prof Roarks work as conductor was highly complimented by the teachers and he was asked to preside at years session non Jno K West has always been identified with school work in Garrard was made an member because of this service and in view of his great with the teachers Owing to crowded condition of our columns is impossible to give a detailed write up of the institute The Vagrant Law Quite a number of negroes have taken up under the new vagrant law and Chief of Police Injun Roth well says he is going to copper idle person In town In refering this law Judge Bell said to the jury There is the new law of which I read to you on the of vagrancy A most vital need ful salutary law Evils that it in tends to cure you can not must ignore We dare not as a people the enactment of the Good Book the sweat of the brow thou shalt bread Vagrancy strikes at the wel fare of families home and the dear est of society in municipality and nation Its peril to all is great Enforce the law Circuit Court The August term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday with his honor Judge W C Bell on the bench The charge to the grand jury was pronounced by all who heard it to be the most logical ever given from the local bench The duties of the jury were so plainly set forth that the members should find no trouble in rendering service that will be of great good to the community Following is list of juries- C M Ruble Fmn Lucien Perkins HenrySam Jno M Walker Isaac Hamilton Petit Jury Sam Cotton Jas B NewlandJnoW Worrel Mose Dorton McQuerryB PoindexterS BallardDC F Anderson J C A B Brown Sr Wm Hughes Clayton Arnold Frank Pearce and Bruce Lawson are acting deputy sher iffs An important suit is that of Henry Sherly a colored man against the Southern Railway Sherley was ar rested last year and lodged in jail ac cused of pushing a brakeman off the train After being taken to several jails he was released proving to be the wrong man He now asks damages in the sum of 10000 for false arrest The case against Jno Metcalfe for killing his brother will be tried at this term The Milling occurred in 1902 ce i T lOQ a Christian Great t danger hold meeting meet- Ing meet- Ing honorary It tc Kentucky subject BryantVIctor decked Gong father id law wide awa popula e g ig I d re n Och no on Tattersulls the headquarters fAr tinoiioriacs burned In Lexington Saturday night Other property and horses went up in smoke entailing a loss of 875000 Mat Cohen a great favorite here lost heavily Please Take Notice The ladies have had large wire bas kets placed at the Cemetery and lot owners are errnestly requested to place all dead lowers and other trash therein as this will save not only trouble but expense of having the gathered up Please remember this No Excursion Sunday As all the L and N coaches will be needed to transport the Knights of Pythias from Louisville there will be excursion to Cincinnati next The trains will be resumed later however but dont go to the depot expecting to get a good cheap ride next Sunday District Sunday School Meeting The distric meeting of the Sunday School will be held at Cartersville next Sunday and all Interested in Sunday School work are cordially to be present These meetings are awakening much interest in School matters and everybody should take a hand to insure their Kentucky Lady Killed at St Louis While driving about the at St Louis the carriage Mr Breck Jones the vice president of the Mississippi Vally Trust Co and family broke down the horses running away and killing Mrs Jones The children were slightly bruised but escaped unhurt Meeting at Presbyterian Church Rev C M Chumbley has secured the services of Rev Joe Hopper to conduct day in September the 4th Services will be held twice a day time etc to be announced later Everybody knows and loves Uncle Joe so a most and profitable meeting is looked forward to Lucky Winners The handsome set of 42 pieces of handpainted china given away by the Joseph Mercantile Co was won by number 913 The second prize goes to the holder of ticket number 10 who has not yet called for them The prizes are very handsome and useful which shows the efforts being made by the Joseph Mercantile Co to give their customers the best of all good things Holder of ticket No 10 will please call and get the second prize Vesta Dare Sold Mr Geo Robinson of this county has sold the fine show mare Vesta Dare considered the best galled threeyear old saddle mare ever raised in to Abe Coleman as agent for The sale took place at the Harrods burg fair last week the price announc ed from the ring at 1200 This mare was raised by Mr Robinson and has attracted more attention than any horse Kentuckey has produced In ma y years She has made thirtyone shows to of the was never the money never defeated but once iu her class She will be shipped Missouri at once campaigned in that state and returned for the horse show This mare was on the adjoining farm and is of the same family of the famous Gypsy Queen Stylish new fall hats at the 820 tf The Logan Dry Goods Co All persons having books belonging to the Common School Library are re quested to bring them in at once in order that the committee may list them and order new ones Special low roundtrip rates to and Oklahoma Territoy and Aug 16 Sept 13 and 27 See J E Stormes forliterature rates and via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf Mule Dealers Attention court day Monday the 22nd to buy 100 mules and 50 yearlings Also a few horse colts Mules received same 812W For sale pair of No 1 2 yearold mules strictly good ones in every re spect Wm Royston Point LeavelL 3t Seeds For Sale Timothy Clover and field Seeds of all kinds Buy or sell call and see us tf Marksbury Son For Rent For 1905 One farm containing 241 acres and nine room dwelling and tenant Two stock barns and tobacco barns well watered and well fenced ed H miles from Lancaster on pike For further information ap ply to H C Jennings 8 193t Call For Democratic County Committee Meeting A meeting of the democratic of Garrard County is hereby called for Saturday August 20 b 1904 at 2 oclock p H standard time for the purpose of transacting such business as rosy be brought before the commit tee with reference to the primary flan heretofore called for the of candidates for tha democratic ticket The attendance of file entire committee is requested G B Swinebroad Secty I i YJ bill Invited Sunday success Fairgrounds containing millionaire MrJones Presbyterian interesting MIss Zanone who held ticket Kentucky Holland n date and outside to Louisville raised Indian Texas Information B G Fox Co will be In Lancaster day Buckeye Committee nomination W G Gooch Chm rubbish Sunday Maggie sale hot Sit e se oat lee to of is Business and Bargains Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Farts Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son White corn for sale at Marksbury SonFeed oats for atMarksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for saleMarksbury 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 Currey Agts Cut flowers fresh every day Tuberoses and Asters tf J C Thompson New stock large fish globes and vases at Thompsons tt Fine Cows For Sale I have two splendid young fresh Jersy cows which 1 with to sell They are No 1 in every respect S D Rothwell 85tf 1 have sold my grocery and must close 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 tine seeds for sale Dont to see us before buying Marksbury Son Dont to return the sacks you borrowed from us We need them badly Marksbury Son Sacks Sacks Sacks Yes we need our sacks home and we will certainly be obliged Dont forget that we need them in our business Marksbury Son 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 farmers We handle the best Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye 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 intended for all who owe me and I trust you will call and settle tt Having sold my grocery I desire to sell my furniture and to do this I will beginning on Saturday July 9th offer Saturday afternoon until sold sale will begin at 2 pm R A Stone 78tf Wanted Piano Good secondhand upright piano Apply at this office 2t New stock of souvenir spoons 50 new patterns Uncle Toms Cabin Poplars Uncle Norman and New at Berea and Lancaster Court Ho use etc 85tf Thompson White or yellow corn for sale 820tf By Banks Hudson Timothy and Blue Grass seed sale Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 820 Seed rye recleaned for sale 8 20 Banks Hudson For Sale 800 bnshels of Yellow wheat recleaned Walton Moss Phone in residence 8 19 6t Graded School Opening Lancaster Graded Schools will open September 5 1904 with a full corps of excellent It is very that parents send their on the first day in order that prompt classification of scholars can made It is due the children that they start right The loss of a single day may cause children to drag for a whole Pay patrons must make arrange ments to pay in the following tuition 1st 2nd and 3rd Grade 8 900 4th 5th and 6th Grade 1200 Grade 1500 Children must present their receipt We want opening and it is the earnest desire of trustees that this may be the best year in the history of the Schools patrons must upon E W Harris their children have been graded and pay tuition in advance Wm Herndon Chm 8 19 J B Kinnaird Secty We have received the MILLINERY Ever shown in Lancaster Also a large line of the Prettiest Yells to be tound iu Central Ken tucky Low Prices and Correct Styles SallieDJillet l build- Ing washes Glad- Iolus persons forget brln themI Miss Sallie Tillett my entire stock at and every the Jewler Important season 7th tol2th after being a full after HANDSOMEST t It 1 25 tt se childre P 4 Or9 a1MN S y ape ay t II r r I I I I I McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Those Bargains at McWhor ter and Estridges Spring and Summer Dress Goods Laces flamburgs All ovens at and below COST Bargains that you can not afford to miss These goods are not faded or shelf worn but of the very best quali ties and styles We sell at a sacri fice rather than have old goods on our shelves next season McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND m rtffL J1J1fllfJlfjNfIf lJ f I a e- w 0W1 1X 8ff GOING RAPIDLY Im Is I IIII I mt m e Ei I Ei 1I m HOG FENCE j a m 333c t oooo C 4 ooo oo o o j Regular Style Stays 12 In or 6 in apart Special Hog Horse and Cattle Style Stays 12 In or 6 in apart Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how t will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced Mount Elkin Seasonable 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 d 1 everlasting FIISIIFS DRUG STORE J NewExecutive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association Through kindness of Louisville Times C inmencing on the rlgnt they are W C Barrickman Shelbyvnietieitiul Win Henry Jones Glasgow Republican Dave Wallace chairman Warsaw Inde pendent Lew B Brown Harrodsbuw Democrat Henry Llwrence Cadiz Record Clarence E Woods annual oratorI WHEAT CONTEST Rules governing entries in contest for 7500 for best 10 acres of wheat raised with Ox Fertilizers bought of K F POSTLE I The 10 acres shall lie together in piece and no allowance shall be made for any bare spots which may occur same the wheat submitted must be that raised on this 10 acre piece of ground exclusively In case of challenge measurements are subject to investigation This shall determine quantity 2 Each contestant shall put on exhibit at Postles store i y bushels of wheat taken at random from the yield of 10 acres such exhibits shall become the property of K Postle From this sample competent judges shall pass on the quality of wheat 3 Statements of quantity and exhibit for quality may be submitted at any time before September ist next All statements as to quantity shall be filed and kept secret until September ist next when same shall be made public and decisions rendered For further information inquire IK IF1 DPOSTLE r 1 I I n m them m I I riJJlllJrlll JJiJfliJjfjtIJ1qlel JlJI 4tt r I 4 Q W 9 BEAZLEY Dentlata Once over Thomp oni store Danville it PERSONALS J B Conn is in Louisville this week for a few days Dr Gilbert is visiting relatives in Lawrenceburg and Shelby ville Miss Katherine Uba Conn is visiting her aunt Mrs J B Carter at Carters vine Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting her slsterMrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick BMiss Margaret Mount of Covington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J R Mount Mrs W K Shugars and little son of Salvisa are guests of relatives at the New Mason Hotel Miss Louise an elegant dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mr B D Herndon and bride Mr and Mrs M E Wilson who have been visiting relatives here have to their home In Mississippi Mesdames J W Boland and Eliza beth Denny who have been visiting relatives here have returned to their home in Point Burnside Mr U D Simpson and family have moved into their new home on Rich mond street DrEvans has bought the Parton property on Danville avenue and has taken possession n I i 8 ci Beazley Paris a t 8 i Farris gave returned 1 O attl 7 r A l I We are now offering some exceptionally fine BARAINS t in VEHICLES and if you need a Buggy Surrey Runabout Buck board dont fail to SEE US i lr I Miss Nell Dillon is visiting friends in Louisville Dave Walker was a visitor in Lex ington Saturday Mrs John F Lear is in the cites fall millinery Miss Katie Lee Denny is spending a week at Estill Springs Miss Mary Gill is attending a house party in Ironton Ohio Miss Louise Kaufiman was at home for several days this week Misses Ethel and are visiting relatives in Burgin Miss Mary Arnold has returned from a visit to friends in Danville Miss Ila Holman of Crab Orchard is the guest of Mrs D D Geiger Mrs Nannie Stilwell of Marion Is with her sister Mrs Susan Price Miss Mary Noel of Danville is the guest of her aunt Mrs J M Hyatt Little Miss Hays of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs W S Beazley Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside are at Liberty visiting Mrs I Wesley Mr Theodore Currey is visiting his brother Mr J Y Currey in New York Mr William Collier has gone to where he has accepted a posi tionMrs J Joseph and son Arthur leave today for Eaton Ohio to visit rela tives v West left Saturday for Washington D C to resume bis workMiss Betsey Myers West entertains this evening at her beautiful suburban 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for sleeping etc Apply to Marksbury Son buy- Ing Bettie West Tennessee Mr Millard Wanted Mrs Sid Isbell and Katie Simp son visited friends in Lexington Sat urdayMr R H Batson has been to Louis vine visiting his son Lawyer Homer BatsonMr Mrs Ike Dunn are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a little girl Misses Pearl and Hannah Aldridge were guests last week of Mr and Mrs J S Johnson Prot Rucker of Georgetown was the guest last week Of Squire J S and family Mr and Mrs A P Price Mrs Ed Price and son Joe are attending the Worlds Fair this week Mr Levering Young of Cincinnati is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs W G Anderson Miss Minnie Johnson was home from her school last week to attend Teachers Institute Mrs Mabel Gaines left this week for Henderson to attend the stateSunday School convention Mrs R A Burnside has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs William Lackey of McCreary Miss Norma Elmore entertained very charmingly Tuesday evening in honor of her cousins Mr Charles West left Saturday for a ten days visit to Atlantic City and New York Mrs W 0 Bradley of Louisville is visiting her sisters Mrs Pattie Gill and rUss Jennie Duncan Mr C D Powell and son Roberthave gone to St Louis and from there w 11 visit friends in California Mrs Basset and daughter of Louis vine are visiting her mother Doty near Hiattsville Mrs Edgar Flippen of Waco Tex is the beautiful guest of her grand parents Capt and Mrs F J White Rev T H Campbell of Washington D C has joined his wife and son for a visit to the family of MrJ K West Mrs Ollie Honaker and little son of Lexington are the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs S W Moss in the country Miss Marie Joseph leaves today for New York City where she will spend the Fall and Winter with Mrs I Hel ler Mr A M Kinnaird of Middlesboro has joined his wife visit to his parents Squire and Mrs W H Kin naird Miss Bessie Mae Lear will entertain her friends this evening in her charm ing manner at her lovely country homeMr Goodloe Lackey and daughter Miss Mary of Kansas City Mo are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Mr and Mrs C F Denman who have been spending a week with Mr Alex West and family have returned to their home in Nicholasville Miss Theo Hemphill has returned from a houseparty given by Col and Mrs D L Moore at their elegant home Harrodsburg where she had a delight s home MiSs Johnson Wash- Ington far a M- Ann a Dont fail to see our DOUBLE HARNESS before buying 1m WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY II Romans Elmore 1i j I U ful time and enjoyed the company of Miss Mary Moore of Seattle Wash ington the Misses Graves Versailles Miss Mary Vincent Hujjle Danville and Miss Christine Bradley of Louis vine Prof F H Smith of Cartersville the Institute last week Miss Daisie B Pope who has been the attractive guest of her sister Mrs W H Smith has returned to her home in Barboursvilie Mr Wade II Bush of St Louis has been here for several days visiting rel atives and friends Wade is one of the many Lancaster boys who have been quite successful in the large Hon W 0 Bradley who is now one of the leading attorneys at the Louis yule bar was here this week looking after a number of cases in the local Circuit Court and shaking hands with his host of friends and admirers The greatest surprise local society has had in many days was the and marriage of Miss Mattie Mae Robinson and Mr Ben D Herndon While the couple have been very de voted for a yet their most intimate friends were not aware of the important step they were about to take and the surprise was great when they learned Sunday morning the happy pair had stolen the march and left for Jellico Tenn They drove to Crab Orchard taking the noon train at that point Jellico friends had been advised of their coming and all arrangements were ready for the ceremony As Mr Herndon is on duty as storekeeper and gauger at Traylors distillery it was necessary for them to take the next train home and they arrived here Monday morning in time fur him to rep r for duty The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thos B Robinson of this city She is a young lady of many accom plishments and great beauty For some time she has been a leader in so ciety in this and neighboring cities and is admired and beloved by all who know her The groom is a son Capt Wm Herndon He is a young man of exemplary habits and fine en ergy For several years he has been in the revenue service now holding down one of the best assignments in this withtheand confidence of older citizens The Record wlsees the happy young couple a long life of happiness They have taken rooms at Mrs Simpsons T I Herring sold a good combined mare to Mr Bland of Bettis for 75 T I Herring bought of Carrier and McWhorter nice bunch of sheep at350 per head Mrs Mary Harlan is quite sick atthis writing little hope is entertained for her recovery Mr and Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bry antsvllle were guest Sunday of Mrand Mrs Charles Burdett Mr B Colman and family of near Danville were guests Sunday of Mrs W M Miss Georgia Dunn returned thisweek Louis where she has been attending the Exposition Rev Thomas Coleman and wife of Danville attended services at the Fork church Friday and dined with Mrs Fannie Pollard Miss Polly Hughes returned home Saturday after an extended visit with friends and relatives in Stanford Dan vine and Lancaster Mrs Sam Hughes and children Joe and Mattie Lee of Birmingham are spending several days with Mr and Mrs N H Bogle Missess Addle and Carrie Arnold this week from St Louis where they have been visiting relatives and attending the Exposition Violent Attack ol Diarrhoea by CbaiBberlalB Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aad Perhaps a Life Saved A short time ago I was taken with a violent attack of diarrhoea and I would have died if I had not have gotten relief says John J leading citizen of Patton AlL A friend recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 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 Fnsbies Drug Store Ira r attended cities elopement long time MARKS URY from St Alabama returned Cure believe f Rand I Piton y te LICK All people indebted to me will please come forward and pay their accounts as moneytf R L Jennings Mr C Shumate has a bean that measures 29 inches in length If anyone doubts this statement can prove it bj O W Terrlll who was present when bean was measured Professor Simms of Kirksville will preach at Fishs Hall the first September Everybody invited ti comeSun Bros show will have an exhibit In our town September 1st The stone work on the new tobacco ware house is progressing nicely Mrs Annie Adams has returned af ter a visit to her sister Mrs Joe Ar nold of Richmond Little Helen Patterson of Lancas ter Is visiting Chastine Rucker Mrs Margaret Argo came home last week after spending several months atLebanonMiss Chalmers is the guest of her sister Mrs C S Yuung after a pleasant visit to Florida and North CarolinaMrs Jennings has returnee home after a Dleasant visit to friends and relatives in Richmond Born to the wife of Henry Hamblin on the 11th a fine boy Mrs Almira Denton is visiting her daughter Mrs W S Fish this week Messrs Ogg and Remask will be here Tuesday to arrange a photograph gal lery in Fishs halt and will be here the balance of this and on Saturdaj s of each week for several week Mr Ogg is a firstclass photographer and should get the patronage of the public generally Mrs D V Edmonson and daughter of Louisville and Mrs Cummings o Preachersville visited C Shumate last weekMrs Fannie Keohler has returned home after spending several days in LouisMrs L Woods and daughters have returned from a lengthy visit to rela fives in St Louis Henry Arnold has accepted a LIon as telegraph operator at Yarnal ton Mrs John Terry spent last week with relatives and friends in Lexington Mr Gilbert Wilson of Covington is visiting his wife at Dr Nays McCREARY Miss Pattie Naylor of Marksbury is with home folks for a few days Misses Emma and Hamm visited in Buckeye recently Mrs Mary Kelly and granddaughter are visiting relatives at Kirksville Ann Lear of Lancaster visited Mrs Nannie Brown last week Mr and Mrs Forest Curtis and chil dren are visiting her parents at Buck eye Mr Ernest Bourne of Lexington is visiting his parents J B Bourne and wife Mr James Kiger and wife of Charles ton Ind are visiting John Askins and wife J T Hardin and wife have returned from a visit to Mrs Belle Pherigo Nicholasvllle Mrs Clayton Wearen of Louisville is spending a few days with her moth er and other relatives BEDNA VISTA The protracted meeting at Mt Oli vet conducted by Revs Baker and Wel burn will likely close this week Miss Lillian Leavell will probably give a concert at this place in the near futureThe prohibition alliance of this place is talking of holding its next monthly meeting at Bryantsvill der to interest the citizens of that place in temperance work Mesdames Dean and Baker of Yer sallies are expected this week to visit Mrs Margaret Robinson and other rel atives Miss Lillian Poor has returned from London accompanied by Miss Edna Jackson Mr Hollis Ransdell and family and Mr Calon Lave and children who have been the guest of relatives will return to their homes in Richmond this weekJames Munday and family of Har rodsburg spent Sunday with Mrs Joe Hamilton Mrs Ed Aldrich and little daughter of Covington are guests of Mrs J J Poor BUCKEYE The Misses Brown and Hendren from Kirksville visited Miss Minnie Gulley last Sunday Miss Cora Long of Gilead visited her brother Robert Long last Sunday J T Harden and wife spentlast Sun day with Natives at Buckeye Mr Louis Pherigo of Nicholasville attended preaching at Buckeye Sun dayBro Ellis of Lancaster filled his regu Lir appointment here last Saturday and Sunday His sermon was taken from Matthew sixteen eighteen Curdle Ray who has been in West for two years has returned home Mr J E Dickerson and family were visiting in Lexington recently FOP Rant At Once Ten room two story house Half block from the square on street Suitable for Hotel Apply to 81941 Jno M Orand 1 pI IT L PAINT Sunday In u Layton MrsSusan off or Danville I pos Lice w MIss the Zlf- e f i le BUGGIESAND Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros Buy Second- Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTS DRUGGIST MMMttMMMt LEWIS Y LEAVELL President MMtMt J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS ioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNET Asst Cashr C D WALKEII Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leaven J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and l of The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 60000 SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN E STORIIES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier JF Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jim E Stormes W H Kinnaird E L Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cashr PEOPLES BANK INCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 mnnrnrrunr UU1U1UU 1 t r r t t t t t t t t 50000 it t I I II I II I ljank Th Br9dntsvill ijr antsville Kentuek 0 i2 o 1 2 I I i x ssrmmmm i III1tIlUlUlIIIUlUIIIIIIIlIII11111111U1U 11UUIUIUIl11UlU i I School- Books t e Well Equipped 00000000 000 0000000000000OOOON 1493 OOOOOOO OOOGO00000000O d r t M COY R G GUYN J B WOODS FISH D L FRY R L ARNOLD DIRECTORS J S BURROWS- W c E L WOODS Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attent ion to all business entrusted to us I C i Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII PltEACHERSVlLLE John W Cummins was in Danville on business Monday Sam Anderson was here buying fat cattle first of the week- J M Crest went to Rockacstle Coun ty Monday to buy stock Mr J D Anderson of Crab Orchard was here on business last week Mr D M Anderson is attending the Worlds Fair at St Louis for ten days Rev J S Rryon and wife J L Hutch in and wife spent pleasant Sunday with Mr and Mrs W B Jarvis Mrs D B Edimston and daughter who have been visiting her sister Mrs W II Cummins has returned to their home in Louisville Lenard Naves traded his house and lot here to J P Rogers for 20 acres of land near Walnut Flat he paying Mr Rogers 12500 difference Cholera luluiituin 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 Drug Store lin Goosberries and currants boast a migture of malic and citric acids Suicide 1rcvciiKcd The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably pre cede suicide and something has been found that will 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 Only 50c Satisfaction guar anteed bv R E McRobberts Druggist lm afternoon Ita prevent that condition I I regulator The Largest YieWint V Heariest Grain Finest Quality Oats Ashardy as wheat if sown early Not attacked with fly or rust Stand up well Afford tho finest Rill Winter and Spring pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per aero of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives Information about the best seeds for Fall sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rape 1000 Headed Kale Grass Clover and Vegetable Seeds Our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds are the highest quality obtainable Write lor Large Free Catalog No 55 WOOD STUBS 4 CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY i Grown Alfalfa II I Act WATCHING For the husbands homecoming does not usually outlast the early months of marriage And this not because of any lessening of affection but the wife finds the time for the evening meal come before she is ready for it She blames herself for her lack of energy but the truth is that her vitality is being reduced by unhealthy drains and the labor that seemed so light a few months ago now taxes all her strength Women who feel weak and tired out will find new strength in the use ening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weaknessIn my strength and I was obliged to go to suffering with weakness also and inflammation writes Mrs Ellen D Rollin of Pierceville Ripley Co Iud but got no weaker another medicine six weeks but got no better was quite band me a of Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription I began taking it and two I was able to do my housework Took twelve bottles of Favorite Prescription also four of Golden I my strength and weigh twentyfive pounds more than I ever Accept no substitute for Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription- Dr Pierces Common Sense Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Ad dress Dr Pierce Buffalo NY t T V ii PrescriptionIt out I tried a physicians a month Tried Medical RV raL11eL L because STONE Wheat has been selling for OGc John Lane bought a pair of mules for 175 Mrs Ellen Littrell is visiting her daughter Mrs Clayton Sanders Tevis Preston wife and children and Mr Jessie Lamay arc visiting her Mr Totten at Parksville Miss Beulah Raney of Lancaster visited Mrs Taylor Raney recently Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray returned last Wednesday from a visit to her sister Mrs Wolford Raney John Roberts and wife of Jessamine visited Mrs Brack Grow Sunday Mrs Dave Hunter of Sulphur Well visited her mother this week Misses Linda Jennings Fannie nnd Emma Dean of Jessamine are guests of Miss Zenith Jennings On Saturday evening Aug 13 at 7 oclock the death angel called and snatched from the loving arms that enfolded it Buford Woodson the Ii tie The Death Venally A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch 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 father insignificant two year old sou of Mf and SlraNur man Grow Tho little one had bean sick for only wool with flux All the skill of physicians could not pre serve the cherished bud of promise and It has been transplanted in the Masters garden there to unfold in Heavenly beauty The interment took place at Mb Hebron cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the father and mother in their troubles Misses Resale and Gertie McQuerry are visiting Mrs Robert Witt at Buck eye this week MANSE Miss Halloway of Eminence is with Miss Margaret Walker Mr Jno Frank and son of Danville spent Sunday at Dr Ramseys Miss Pearl Baker of Madison coun ty is visiting Miss Annie Reid Mr Frank Higgins attended the pic nic at Mallory Springs Saturday- J L Dunn of Marksbury spent sev eral days last week with relatives here Miss Carrie Moffett of Lebanon has been the guest of her sister Mis Towles Walker Mr and Mrs Joshua Dunn of Brod head have returned home after a to Mrs Belle Henderson Miss Mattie Ramsey and Mrs Jno Frank of Danville have been week with relatives here Misses Mary Noel and Ruth Smith of Danville have returned nome after a weeks visit to Mrs J B Woods Miss Panthea Royston who has a position as stenographer in Bowling Green is spending her vacation with her home folks There was a congressional meeting in the Fairview church yard Sunday afternoon They decided to rebuilt the church where it now stands I find nothing better for liver de and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets L F Andrews Des Moines Iowa For sale by Frisbies Drug- Store 1m R KINNAIRD RepresentinEFolloiini Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile B Stands for Dread and very good bread if the is bought at Cuircjf I iW r spending ran ement Aetna LireIns CO Oayi SOns one vis- It INSURANCES ollaflford1Cofll bread I s Sxm s8s3 sxs 1 OUT IN CALIFORNIA I The Triennial Conclave of Tern are going Its a There is no doubt but good Americans desire to see the Golden 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 plar will be held in the early Pall Thousands Tickets on Sale AiptlS to SejterierlO Rates from your home town on request GEO II LEE a r A Little Rock Ark H I McGuiUE Dist Pass Agent Cin O I Choice Milling Wheat wanted We are today paying 105 per bushel 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 17 1904 Louisville Ky c delivered I Jf r I I it- Mug c 4 4 fle o o Y CITY OF LANCASTER For year ending Jan 1 1904 Balance in Treasury Jan Tth 1903 3018 11 For Hues niul forfeitures 121 50 For Licenses SB 00 For Tuxes 54KU 21- Artlsinn Well Co returned 25 Money borrowed 250 00 Total 10511 p7 DISHUUSEMENT8 Salaries of Mayor and Council 225 25 Attorney A Corns lao 33 A Ioliee 079 SG Jailer 39 00 Clerk For Printing and Insurance lit 87 Hffiiuo Assr Clock A Supvlsor 152 00 Police Judge fees 82 00 1GS 75 Engineer Water Works Civil 607 50 Jones for Laud Lake 1945 CO Charity 25 10 Judgts and Coss 17010 Streets l 8 15 Miscellaneous 500 71 Money borrowed and interest 255 21 7fW7 1J Cash in Treasury 2974 48 10511 07 AUG 11th loot lV B MASON Clerk The Live Stock Journal ChicagP says the general loss of pigs all over the stock breeding states from the late cold Spring must make a short supply of breeding hogs as well as for fattening plus Twentylive or fifty per cent of the pigs have been lost ac cording to reports from several States Pure bred feeding pigs of early litters are so scarce that prices will be high er than ever known and the loss of thousands pigs in March and April will make a short supply of fat pigs which must advance prices Wisconsin milks more than a cows and turn out 00000000 lbs of cheese per year This comes from nearly 2000 cheese factories all over the state If this cheese were ship ped all at one time it would make 3 500 car loads or 125 trains of twenty live cars each Taken with Cramp 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 walt upon him and Mr Gifford was called and consulted He 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 was able to be around nextday 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 lm Oranges and lemons are valuable for their citric acids AH End To It AHA grievous wail ofbimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed 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 lm An invalids desire for oranges figs or grapes may usually be heeded End of Deter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du Pont Ga and gave me up Every body thought my time had come As a last resort 1 tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The ben elit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive en tirely regained my health It all Coughs Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free hat 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 LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky LancasterKentuckyAgent POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting or any of the law BrosEd Mrs N BAndersonR A Beazley Milt Ward Wm T L Broaddus Alex West JW Sutton V A Lear Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas B Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Walden J C Hemphlll Leslie Harber Henry Kuhlmann W A Wneeler E Dunn sister C W Mitchell O T Layton 01 Ra i ta ad E ID iturlB TIlE RECEIPTS tc JJJ million Put h conquers H T LOGAN prosecute FergusonHenry LawsonDavId GulleyMrsJ 1 j F 4 ftJ l i 4VZfL1AL jpoR1 vn- Or S 54 itS 4 0 171 Kodol ww = Natures Own Remedy niiona No Ordinary Itemed Guar antee fond ivlili Every lox 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 packageis plain and positive- If Miona does not cure you of dyspepsia we will return your 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 is bunt up and the dyspepsia is being cured Not A Patent Medicine IlyonicI tho Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by JMiyMcluii No one should confound Hyom ei with patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It is far superior to them all as the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition is secret but Hyomei gives its to all reputable physicions- It is not foolish to try 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 Hyomei 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 Hyomei If it did not possess unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan I unsualmerits money system system vitalizedwhile s formula andcure buying a SUMMER DAYS IN MICHIGAN Tbi but place in the world to spend YOUR VACATION DAYS Pure Air Boating Flshlnq Golf Everything to Amuse Good Hotels Low Rates Mackinac Georgian hay The see Huronia Beach Pi Aux Barque Hundreds of Island and Coast Resorts The air of Mid igan It a known Specific for Fever Asthma and Kindred Let us talk the over with you our agent will gladly call Write for Booklet hay disorders matter and Information GHD to St Louis WORLDS FAIR TRAINS Through Trains Daily to St Louis LOW ROUND TRIP RATES Coach Excursions Tuesdays Thursdays- All our trains stop at our Worlds Fair Station at the Main Entrance near the big Hotels on the way to Union Station Tin only lint a stiifcn tsar Grounds a President and Expert Accountant ENOS SPENCER SIXTItAND MAIN STREETS I SUMMER IN THE COOL NORTHWEST The C H D run through to Chicago connecting with roads for the famous Wisconsin Resorts also for Yellowstone Park Alaska Colorado and the West 4 Trains Week Oar LOW ROUND TRIP RATES trains f Write or catrlor Every Information W E SMITH T P A Cincinnati O D O EDWARDS Passenger Traffic Manager Cincinnati Ohio Educates Young PeopleF- or Good Employment and Success JBusiness 011 WOOl FOR FULl INroIlIlATIONCAU Union Rational Bout Building LOUISVILLE KY EXPERT ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 40 to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Garrard Circuit Court on the 16th day of Mardi 1904 in favor of Kinnaird and against Lancaster Oil Company Wil naird and William H Kinnaird and which execution to hand on the said 16th day of March 1904 at ontlie 17th day of March 1904 I or one of my deputies will on Monday 22nd OF AUGUST 1904 oetween the hours of ten oclocka m and three oclock p m at the 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 and appurtenances there unto situated on the north side of Danville avenue in the City of Lancaster Ky and bounded as fol lows By the property ot Tillett Sis tots on the West and by the alley on the North and the brick property of late Nannie B Anderson on East and Danvllle Avenue on the South now occupied by Dr J B Kinnaird as his office and lev led upon as the property of J B Kin naird Amount to be 75494 TERMS Sale will be made on credit pf six months bond with approved security required of purchaser inter est at the rate of per an num from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a sale bond This 3rd day August 1904 W L Lawson Sheriff of Gararrd county directed BConncame uponthe outbuildIngs tile saldproperty six rof DAY courthouse oiajs 5 tr DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATT- he t 00 bottle contains 2V4 times the trial sIze which sells for SO cents DYSPEPSIA CURE PRIPARID ONLY AT THE LA80RATORVOP ILLForA Perlect PnlnleftN Pill is the one thing that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion curt 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 Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by R E McRoberts lm A Summer Cold A summer cold is not only annoyin but if not only relieved Pneumonia will probably be the result by Fall One Minute Cough Cure clears the phlegm draws out the inllamation heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One Cough Cure is an ideal remedy for the children It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A cure for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by R E McRoberts lm DeWIlt I tile Name When you go to buy Witch Haze Salve look or tile 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 tile name E C De Witt Company Chicago Sold by R E McRoberts lm A Sweet 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 Kodo 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 and strength and can eat whatever I like Kodol what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by R E McRob erts Min- Ute certain Dre th- Is a I digests ins- U Business College 0 THOSE TURNER CHA3G HARRIS MANAGERS DOMESTIC Better Titan Ever The Star That LeadStTheniiAll 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 mention this paper DRPIERCES MEDICAL DISCOVERYFOR THE BLOODLIVERLUNGS II I GOLDEN l t r I I I KILL THE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS DrWITH s New Discovery FOR cOLDS ONSUMPTIONOUGHS II Price 50c100Free Trial 1 I5 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK CuresKidney and Blad der Diseases in Every People Have Kidney and Do Not Know It HOW TO FIND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order other organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and other ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order worn out tissues of the kidneys so they will act properly and the symptom of weakness hearf stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will bo restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if yourfcid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust or small particles float about in it your kidneys are diseased and Foleys Kidney Cure should taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better at onceIt slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would riot Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the advised me if I had any business to attend to I bad bet ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent son to the store for and after taking three bottles I to get better and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes BOo and f OO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED H For sale by C C J E Stormes Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July 29 lOOt TRAINS AT DANVILLE V Number 1 stops when I1aggedll50 am Number 3 stops Hugged HI 30 pirn Number 5 Dally 11 tt am Numbers Daily stops StUpin Number 2 Daily stops when lagged pnr 150 pm Number 10 Dally stops Uiluam l TROUBLES FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE FormMany the KidneyCure i sed- Iment e II began it iSOUTH BOUND Dally WIt n NORTH BoeND 4 StoPNumber 510 WITHOUT A PL W CURE OF DISEASE Life Plant stands peerless and alone as the BO 011 THE i ri neat cure of Catarrh and all diseases of the blood KIM Mummy UhrlchiTllla O I had rheumatism v painful limband feet o badly swollen that Iconld not wear Tried varIous remedies but could get no relief until I was In duced to try Lire Plant When I had taken one bottle the pain were alt and have not returned Ifeel bttteF Cannotsay too much for Ldla Plant NO CURE NO PAY Is our guaran tee It is the most certain cure for diseases of the blood on the market If feel badly why not take a bottle just to tone np the system THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON McRoberts Drugstore remedy for the speedy and perma t Mary 1 u S U 5 e OHIO J j 4 gone t Muutacturd bY J S