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THE CENTRAL RECORDfIFTBKXTU YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1904 NUMDBBlJ t INSURES To keep your cistern free from leaves births nests bugs hill trash of all kinds Cash or We have a large new line of Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs JardinerresClocks which we will sell on easy payments to suit you Wall Paper at Cost as long as entire stock lasts come early and get a nice selection Successors Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At once over Police Court room Prompt attention to business The Dove Season is On We ate ready for the Sportsman with a new sup ply of th and Double Barrel Hunting Coats Caps Leggins Jackets Shells Smokeless and Black Powder Caps Primers Wads Etc iUeiip I I Pure E36oodlleaIth ill ItFB Flltl I I HAs BN W I r Illstailinellt Hamilton Ounla to JA R Law GunSMIT uiB G NSb Single Paint Lick hWater r a i l iQ E3J I user llase1ellE- y Ey b b w- J a F c 4 Candidates Mirror MR DAVID ROSS f The subject of this sketch is the Democratic nominee for reelection t j the olllce of jailer of Garrard coun ty which position he has acceptably held for two terms lie was born Jan 10 ISIS and has been in many respects a remarkable man His was manifested in early life when at the age of 15 he enlisted in the Federal army under the command of Cot Frank Wolford whose cavalry is handed down by history as a fear lass and effective body of men whose feqiient engagements shed a halo of gory abut them lie was in the eugagemsnt at Phila f delphia Tennessee in the Knoxville J Siege in the Fall of 1803 on the Stone jt man raid from Atlanta to Anderson T villc at the surrender at Ilillsboro G3oria but cut his way out with U Col Silas Adams brigade went back to Atlanta for 30 days thence to jj Louisville and to Camp Nelson where n sjme were mustered out of service but his company was detailed on the I I patriotism il ij courier line from Crab Orchard t Jlonticello being on frequent scout for Champ Fergusons ami Bridgewa ters men having captured a numbei of them During his entire service he displayed marked courage and sagacity He sprang from that sturdy band of yeomanry which constitutes the pillar and support of the country Honest to a farthing as fearless as Ceasar ant other distinguishing char acteristics he carved his way upward and his faithful discharge of the du tics of his ollicc is a guaranty of hi future conduct He is a successful party organizer and in campaign worl he scatters terror and consternatior in the ranks of the opposition He has done ctLicUial detective work be ing instrumental in bringing man criminals to justice With his peen liar fitness for the ollicc his electioi by a large majority is confidently ex peeled SAMUEL D COCHRAN Mention having been made of can didates for other county offices refer ence is now made to the legislative department which is the pillar and foundation of good government sine I J J 1 1 possessedof IliON t I I considerable the administrative department nut operate unless laws were acted the powers assigning 1 mit to mans rights and restricting human action The excellent centle man named above who is the present able representative of Garrard counts is the Democratic nominee for re elec than to that ollice lIe was born January 7 1809 gradu ated at Georgetown College has beet in active trustworthy business mat and is very popular Being very in telligent he is well acquainted with the wants and needs of his constitu ency and he ha guarded their inter sts in the enactment of laws with fi Iclity I ighly praiseworthy work in passage of his bill providing for the establishment o Graded Schools in common school dis tract bordering on ci unty lines was well done and will be rroducttve oi much good in some sections White in the legislature he was chairman o the committee on Propositions and Grievances and a member of each of the following committees Agricult ure Military Affairs Public Health Louisiana Purchase ExpositionGame Fish and Forestry and Geoloclcal Sur fey He was regular in attending the meetings of these committees always advocating the policy most conducive to tne public good and entering an protest against any measure I could first ell defining I I thatis I iJ is I I the earnest 1 that might be hurtful to the general welfareIlls judgment and intellect foal attainments constitute the basis of sound and fixed convictions to which he steadfastly adheres lIe ac curds to every man the right to his opinion and he is not envious or pos sessed of high prejudice Ilonestyin dustry and capability have been re garded as the true test for fitness fur public service and when applied to him he has not been found wanting Many noble traits of character con spire to establish thd fact that he is the right Ulan in the right place He Is in line with the party urgani zation and has heretofore contributed his part to the campaign fund This he is amply able to do and he will do so again The large vote which he received when last elected evinces tile high esteem in which he is held and the fact that he has rendered ex cellent public service makes it that It is in keeping with a wen estahlished custom to endorse him electing him by such a vote as will show our appreciation of his labors It has certain as any future event that he will win by a good majority over any entry that may appear in tile W S CARRIER GEO B ALLEN The two popular and excellent gen tlemen who appear in this sketch are joint candidates for the otlice of As lessor for Garrard county and are to partake equally of the emoluments of the otlice MrAlleii is the Democratic nominee and his name will appear on the under the Democratic device lie vas born in Garrard county Septem bar 24 1878 is earnest in advocating the princples of his party and he de scended from a family that distil guished itself for its allegience to those principles He was reared on a farm being engaged in handling live stock and such other pursuits as would give a clear conception and an accur ate judgment in reference to the value of property a necessary qualifica for the office haseeks The of that office is the fact that revenue for defray apparent byre race ballot importance manifested- b ion ing the expenses of the county depends largely on the labors and the compe tency of the assessor Mr Carrier was born in Laurel couu oy on October 2 ISGO and although that county gives 1000 republican ma jority and is situated in the 11th Dis uriet where democrats are largely in the minority he has always been true to his party organization and work generally lIe has lived near Bryantsville this county fears and his worth being appreciated tie was elected a member of the Demo cratic county committee two years igo He is a successful farmer and ousiness man and the value if property both personal and real these gentlemen would make a true tad accurate assessment of the prop and the taxpayers will never regret their election They are sober capable and Indus trious Having always been affiliated with the party organization they will make a formidable team in the and hailing from different sec Lions of the county each having a host of friends it goes without saying that they will be easy winners no who may enter the race against them MR JACK ADAMS Haying lived in Paint Lick for itore han 25 years where every body is his friend and he is a friend to everybody campaign for six knows rty mater campaign r the highly esteemed subject of this sketch is the Democratic nominee for Justlca of the Peace in that Magiste rial District No 4 He was born in Rockcastle county February 2nd1852 He has had farming interests has dealt extensively in coal and grain has been deputy sheriff and acted in places of public trust discharging his duties faithfully He has a big heart and a strong mind having the purest and best traits of noble manhood with a strong individ uality His popularity results from his social nature and his high regard for his friends to whom he is as true as the needle is to the pole Altho firm and steadfast in his opinion he has no egotism and he concedes to ev ery man the right to his opinion He is the very best kind of material for a Justice of the Peace His extensive knowledge of the affairs of men to gether with his experience in matters pertaining to public policy makes him altogether competent to guard the interests of the public in regula ting assessments on property and su pervising public expenditures Know ing what is right between man and man he is eminently qualified to de tide individual issues lIe is a zealous democrat and he has done much effective work in party or ganization shedding terror and dis may in the ranks of the enemy The people of that district could do no bet ter than to elect this excellent gen tleman to that important office and it is believed that they will do so if they consider their best and highest interests 0f Local Interest Remember the K P Fair at Nlcho 1isville 3031 and Sept 1 R T Embry sold his cottage on Hill street to Mrs for 1800 Carlisle has contracted for water works to be fashioned after the plan of the plant of this city The Christian churches of the coun ties adjoining Lincoln will be in con vention at Stanford Sept 8 9 The protracted meeting at HUbble is continuing with much interest There has been a number of additions The protracted meeting at the Christian church will begin Sept 25 and continue through the first week of October The Lake has plenty of fine water notwithstanding the fact that not one steady lasting rain has fallen during the summer A little good whisky is a fine thing to have about the house in case of sickness Telephone Traylor at Gil berts Creek and get prices on the best liquor made The 4th of the series of sermons being preached by Eld F M Tinder will be delivered at Christian church next Sunday at 1045 subject The Model Young Woman Fox the photographer sends his expert to Lancaster every Friday and the work is giving splendid satisfac tion If you want a fine picture of yourself or one of your family take advantage of his coming every Friday Satisfaction guaranteed The ladies of New Antioch church will give an ice cream and basket sup per at residence of Mr J B Bourne Saturday evening the 3rd of Sept Cream and cake 10 cts The girls are expected to bring baskets A nice time and a good supper awaits you All cordially invited td Sells Big Farm Everhart Hundley as clever and big hearted a gentleman as ever trod Ken tucky soil has sold his 600acre farm in Boyle for 80 per acre Thos Met calf of Lincpln is the buyer Mr Hundley will probably locate in Lex ington where he will have a larger field for trading in fine horses Richmond In Luck One of the most fortunate cities on the map is Richmond John Robin sons with 42 cars will show there August 30 and Forepaugh and Sells Bros with 47 cars will be there Sept 21st We are going to both if we have to cut a stick take a dog and walk through Splendid Management Stanford Interior Journal The Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Asso elation has declared a dividend of 30 per cent which will be sent to the stockholders with a statement of the Associations financial condition In he next 10 days This will make 650 paid on the original shares of 10 Kind Words for Uncle Hose Jessamine Journal Mose Collier who was last week renominated by the Democratic committee for Coroner of Garrard county is probably the oldest official in this section in the whole State lIe is eightythree years of age and attends strictly to the du ties of his office He has voted for fifteen Democratic candidates for president and is an enthusiastic sup porter of Judge Parker Owing to the illness of our Mr HJJ Black his visit to your city has been delayed a little but he will call on you in a short time Hoping you will your Fall order until you see his samples I remain Yours truly Walsh The Taylor 82Q Louisville other Mary Swope big circus ifnot reserve = za Loyal Legion will meet Sunday at 3 p m at the Methodist church A foreign box car in Capt Phil Prices train Jumped the tfack at the Spainhower tunnel Tuesday causing many hours work to clear the wreck No one was hurt A Faithful Officer The Record has heard many passed upon the faithful and earnest work being done in the Ci r cult Court by Commonwealths Chas Hardin and we frequently hear it said that if all prosecutors were as severe and at the same time as fair with evil doers much more good would be accomplished Mr Hardin is a man of exceptionally fine qualifications and one of the clever esthearted gentlemen in the state A BIg OldTime Fair The Knights of Pythias of Nicholas ville are making extensive prepara tions for the big fair to be held in that city August 30 31 and September 1 The premiums are liberal and enough stock has been entered to insure of one of the best fairs in the state The Nicbolasviile people know how to en tertain and you are sure to have the Will Be Here Friday We call attention to the this issue of Murray Mc Adams Dr Murray is a graduate of the leading schools in America and understands every detail of his work so the people of Garrard will have the opportunity of getting the services of one of the best eye specialists in the United States He will be here to morrow Friday and return every week He is recommended by some of Lancasters leading citizens see their testimonials in the ad and you take no risk m seeing him On the other hand you will make a great mistake It you fail to take advantage of having your eyes tested and examined by a man who has received the of many years study and practice His office will be in the Fox Studio building for the present Mr Gilbert Speaks Congressman Gilbert was here and was given a warm reception by his many friends of Garrard He has always had many warm in this county his earnest and faithful record winning friends who are for him through thick and thin Now that Hon Harye Helm is out of the race a very large nnmber of citizens flock to Mr Gil bert the only reason they were not for him at first being the fact that Mr Helm was their older friend Mr Gilbert is just such a man as should be sent to Congress He is a in every sense of the word a Christian and a friend who will go his length for what he believes to be right He never runs off on mouse tracks but can always be depended upon to do the right thing at the right time If Congress was made up entirely of such men the people would get legislation that amounted to Mr Gilbert is sanguin of receiv Is Needed In Lancaster Next Sunday Dr Pearces second year as pastor of the local Methodist church comes to a close and we regret very to say that he will more than likely be sent to another field During his stay in Lancaster he has accomplished much good not only by his regular Sunday sermons but in many other ways He puts his reli gion into practice every day and not a day passes but that he in his loving friendly manner does something to help his fellow man Dr Pearce is too busy to speak a word of cheer or put in a word of comfort to those about him and when we see so many men who occupy front seats in the synagogue on Sunday and act the through the week the contrast furnished by Dr Pearce refreshing indeed When church especially those who make such a her rah on Sunday will emulate the noble example set by Dr Pearce they will induce more of those out in the world to come into the church Notice to Taxyuytj I am now ready to collect taxes and you will save money by calling and settling before the penalty is added which will be done in a few days Please call and settle at once W L Lawson S G C Additional Personals Messrs Saufley Hughes and Theo Currey areenjoylng the Worlds Fair Mrs Minnie Mae Fllppen left yester day for Hustonville to visit Mrs Geo RobinsonHon Baughman candidate for county judge of Boyle was among the court day visitors The editor of The Record is In Washington city this week looking after some business matters Ed Walton of the Interior Journal was here Monday and made The office a most pleasant call Geo Harris who Is an operator in the dispatchers office at Livingston was here this week to see his parents K F Postle returned Sunday night from Ironton 0 and reports the of his wife as slightly Improved For Sale A safe family horse suitable for women and children to drive 8 2fttf J C Heraphlll compliments Attorney bigfairIn benefit supporters honorable something approaching never heathen membersmore Record condition advertisement R Monday gentleman much Anybody who has dollar not fail to attend our closing out sale be surprisedto how far it will Loan Dry COMPANY IK NOTHING RESERVED IN OUR Sensational Slaughter Sale Unlimited Choice of the House 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 T tAANIf I lone Ispare II I I II I Youwill I I I go Goo I lli Ii I I I o Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co iiiiiitiiitfiiiiiiiiiiiiii 111111111 all IX JLXL A MUST MOVE Fall stock will soon begin to roll in on us and we in which to properly show our elegent and All goods in stock now AT YOUR PRICES Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED r r y sW 1 I i THEY 1 I MUST HAY ROOM STOCK i III II II un III I II If o Buggies voKS pvvotvv OworyOSOuOVOdi0iW4W 0YO O 0i0OLl7J e vrm6d0 I a a 8a IMMENSE o goo e0- v Harness Robes 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 e t t HASlDN ROBINSON A IA n RrlUt r OUR Buggies and CENTRAL RECORD Jsiitied Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Mail Matter Lancaster Ky August 26 1904 Broker Sully once the king of Is now reported to be In a condition from nervous prostra tion following the terrible strain of long fight in the cotton market Men who go the pace that kills are from being included in the list of those who indulge in the common vi ces who are drunken and dissolute and defiant of all morallaws Men who strain every nerve to gain wealth and to gain it in little time are taking same pace men in any class who give all their energies to the of money or to the fathering of any personal ambition are traveling at the same dangerous rate Without entering into the question of the right eousness of Broker Sullys undertak ing or questioning his belief in the propriety of it the fact remains that gave to his venture a concentration of purpose and energy that exhausted in a few months physical forces that properly nutured would have served him for years His case is important only as illustrating an evil that exists everywhere Men do not save them selves butreckless of health and life devote themselves to their special call ing or enterprise in a way that saps vitality beyond recovery The pres sure and rush of modern existence can be resisted men can work with mod eration and accomplish more than when feverish haste is the rule They do not spare themselves and the re sults are seen in the innumerable cases of death from heart failure the cases as numerous of nervous prostration the many instances of paresis in the host of men not vet old who are physical wrecks When will the pace moderate and men learn wisdom Life for the reading public has been made pretty hard this year through the neccessity that has devolved upon it of trying to follow the eastern war news through the maze of Russian and Japanese geographical and person al names The British mission in Tibet has added nothing to its fort in this respect and now comes the Armenian troubles with such 0 names to remember Outchkllissa Gougan Kar VTrcour 0 chugh Everything considered the news of the day may be regarded as v rocky J A West Virginia minister preached from a high rock through a megaphone last Sunday By this method he broke many regularSunday morning naps his congregation PUP An End To It All A grievous wail oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New tire Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by McRoberts Drug Store lm Plums peaches rasberrles and apri cots have less sugar than other fruits and are not harmful to those to whom sugar is injurious The astringent properties of the pomegranate are particularly helpful to singers and speakers who suffer with relaxed muscles of the throat and uvulaI nothing better for liver and constipation than Chamberlains Stomach and Liver F Andrews Des Moines cattle are reported to be dying in Southern New Mexico on account of the prolonged drouth and consequent shortage of feed Unless rains come in a short time the loss of live stock in that section will be enor mous Waterholes are scarce and cattlemen are keeping up a bitter struggle for possession Cholera Infamum 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 nail cases bowel complaints in children has made favorite wherever its value has be come known For sale by Frisbies Drug Store lm FirstClass Rooms at St Louis Toe question of rooms at St Louis has been giving prospective visitors much concern but The Record can di rect you to a most delightful place We refer to No 4350 Maryland a large boarding house run by Mrs W C Lindsay and In which L Gar rett traveling agent for the Henderson Route is interested It is situated on the principal street car line running to main of Fair grounds and also tp busi ness portion of the city There are three boarding houses and two leading cafes within a stones throw where first class meals obtained The best way to see the Fair Is to engage rooms then take meals wherever you happen to be This saves time and money Write Geo L Garrett T P A Henderson Route Louisville for fur ther particulars Try Heekins KinHee coffee at Wards Grocery The best yet 2t A nice fresh line of fancy candles can be found at Wards Grocery J c fI 00per conC cotton ser- Ious his tar the he I com- O as Koomiouboujak 2 abzar and Gout 2up 2 TabletsL DrugStoreHundeeds of of ita MrGeo passenger t canbe J I cidsc accumulation s e 0 e 4 derangement Ave entrance convenient tf- a y- w w Dr Hugh Murray of Danville Ky will be in Lancaster Ky every other Friday beginning FRIDAY AUG UST for the purpose of OPHTHALMOLOGY A science of the analysis of the causes of human ills and how to abolish them without medicine or operation Its a conceded fact that defect ed eyes often cause suffering far re mote from them which will be by some nervous reflex trou ble such as Headache Indijestion Stomach and Heart trouble Dizzy spells Sleeplessness St Vitus dance Nervous prostration Female trouble Epileptic fits etc which are the of nerve depletion caused by DEFECTIVE EYES The eye being the only organ in the body which can overcome its own defect but by so doing would demand more than its share of the daily NERVE SUPPLY thus reducing the amount of nerve force which should go to the Heart Lungs Stom ach etc to cause them to perform their function properly We make a thorough examina tion of the eyes and through them of the entire nervous system Remove the cause of your trouble and Nature Does The A Curing- A majority of so called diseases is nothing more than functional derangements and needs medicine no more than the Earths axis needs grease We use no medicine take no chances of doing harm and we al ways do good We permantly straighten CROSS FYES with out Knife Medicine or Operation Results count and we append a few of our many testimonial from satisfied patients The glasses you fitted for me two years ago have given satisfactionMr Boyle National Bank Danville Ky Dr E H Murray Dear Sir I take pleasure in stat ing for the benefit of those to whom it may concern that about two years ago you examined my eyes and renewed my glasses both for seeing and reading They have been entirely satisfactory and I do not believe any one could have done better work Wishing you the same success with others I remain J B Fisher Mayor Danville Ky The glasses you made for my wife myself and oth er members of my family all have given perfect satisfaction and I am pleased to commend him as being competant in his chosen profession J O A Vaught Danville Ky For fifteen years I suffered a great deal with my eyes I could not see sufficiently well at night to do my work successfully The glasses you furnished me have given entire satisfaction and I do not hesitate to say that since I have been using them I have been able to see for the first time in fifteen years I feel exactly I had new eyes Fred Hartman Lawrenceburg Ky I have been relieved of the pains in my head and eyes and see with perfect comfort with the glasses that you made for me Mrs E F Dunn Milledgeville Ky The glasses you made for my wife myself and niece have given perfect satisfaction and gladly recommend him to those who suffer with eye defects J J Walker Lancaster Ky Murray IWcftdams DANVILLE KENTUCKY ANNOUNCEMENT I I I19th I I I exhibited results Rev perfectly like w practicing S McWhorter Esiridge PAINT LICK KY 1 Those Bargains at McWhor 1 1 ter and Estridges 1 Spring and Summer I Dress Goods Laces J J Hamburgs fill I ovens 1 at and below COST I I Bargains that you can fj not afford to miss i M These goods are not faded or g shelf worn but of the best qualim W ties and styles We sell at a p I rather than have old goodsa 1 our shelves next season McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY pJrHTnUrHTfdn HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE rrW rtifpv yq Z r l 1 I fi F lfr oorfJWilJr i GOING I IiJ J if very J B j I I gJIJ 0 o00 oso ooo e3roo o r RAPIDLY o m sacrifice on- o o ooooo00 boaDD o o i 55 INCH 77 l ih tI IN ti 1- t Poe SR INCH d9r IN 9 r Yws r tnNt 12est stzs IN SQa S- 4I rfr I ea Regular Style Stays 12 in or 6 in apart = Special Horse and Cattle Style Stays 12 in or 6 in apart Hog Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs pigsEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us see it Can show you how H will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced 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 I Calland I i i i t C Fiisiin i A L DRUG STORE WHEAT CONTEST ftg Rules governing entries for 7500 for best 10 acres of wheat g raised with Ox Fertilizers bought of K F POSTLE g I The 10 acres shall lie together in piece and no allowance shall be made for any bare spots which may occur m same p 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 the g 10 acres such exhibits shall become the property of K F Postle From this sample competent judges shall pass on the quality of wheat 3 Statements of quantity and exhibit for quality may be j any time before September ist next All statements as to quantity shall be filed and kept secret until p September next when same shall be made public and decisions rendered g For further information inquire IKI IF1 JOSTLE I A t0MJj iiJjij XjJYlJ 1 rMfiilfijJ jf i o I incontest I I the 0 submittedat Q 1st S IDS r mffifmfm ffll 6JllffftiJJYJJfiJ YYY lr J Y YfJjJi n Q t s C y Q i V 1 p V S BEAZIEY Beazley Paris Dentists Office over Thomp ons store Dauvllle at PERSONALS Miss Cordie Hauilton is in Senator George Farris is at home for a few days Miss Margaret Hurt is visiting rela tives in Indiana Mr R H Batson and wife attended the Brodhead fair Mrs J P Rucker of Ford is visiting afj the New Mason Hotel Mrs Fannie Farra and son Earl are attending the fair in St Louis Miss Noreen Henry has been Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford Mrs John Baughman of Lexington is visiting her sister MrsE W Morrow Mrs W G Anderson is visiting her daughter Mrs W S Bowman of Flem ingburgMesdames J W Sweeney and C D spending a week at Crab OrchardMisses Eula and Olive Jackson of Lexington are visiting Miss Bessie Mae Lear Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford is visiting Miss Angie Kinnaird Lexing ton avenue Misses Lillie Shugars and Eliza Smith are spending a at Crab Orchard Springs Mr John Mount and Mr Crenshaw of Arkansas have been guests of Mr J R Mount and family Mrs Susan Anderson and Miss Amanda Anderson are visiting Mrs Cyrus Daly of Marksbury Mrs R E McRoberts entertained Saturday evening in honor of Messrs Bush and Mayer of St Louis Mrs Mattie Duncan and neices Misses Pauline Ilocker and sister are in St Louis attending the fair Mr George Harden wife and son of Covington have been visiting Mrs Emma Grant Danville avenue Mr and Mrs John Bowman and chil dren of Barbourville were the guests of Mr and Mrs J T Williams Tuesday ion John T Hays formerly of this place but now of Hobart Oklahoma has been very sick but is improving Miss Betsey Myers Wests party was a beautiful affair The entirehome was thrown open and decorated with tropical plants and the gorgeous bloom of roses All were beautifully gown ed Elegant refreshments were served Miss West proved to be a charming hostessMrs Fish and little Montez Fish who have been visiting Misses N v I I visiting Waites are weeK 4 G C PARIS Cincinnati a i t f i Arnold returned to Crab Orchard Saturday Mr Wade Bush and Mr Mayherwho have been guests of Mr Ware McRob erts returned Sunday to their home in St Louis Mr Goodloe Lackey and pretty daugh ter Mary after a brief visit to Mr D M Lackey and family have returned to their home in Kansas City Misses and Forrest Den Messrs Walker Guynn of Paint Lick and Louis Ross of Kirksville were guests Sunday of Misses Sank and Lee Herring Girlish grace with every advantage of beautiful surroundings was defined last Thursday evening when Miss Bessie Mae Lear entertained in honor of Misses Jackson of Lexington at her beautiful suburban home Tile guests were greeted with fragrant pink and white carnations which adorned the various rooms Miss Lear offered a most tempting luncheon the color scheme of pink and white car ried through out Misses Fannie Tinder and Suanna Lear served frappe The guests were gowned in unusual taste About twentylive couples were present Miss Lear is one of our popu lar debutantes The Death Penalty 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 Bucklers 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 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 lIen derson Route You can leave Lan caster at 1030 a m go direct to Lou isville and there get a sleeper which puts you in St Louis bright and early next morning You have had a good nights sleep and saved the trouble and annoyance of making a drive of twelve miles to a neighboring town losing a nights rest to do so travel ing all day and being dumped into St Louis at 9 or 10 oclock at night and having to put in most all the rest of the night finding your quarters The fare from Lancaster over the L and N and Henderson Route is as cheap as you get elsewhere you leave yourown home in a comfortable train and have every comfort known to railroad travel If Lancaster did not have these accommodations a mighty yowl would go up and as do have them and it is the best route why seek more outoftheway travel is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and patron ize your own road tf ne ton J Insignificant can we people Kathry Misses Mary and Florence Martin have returned to their home in Lex ington C M Moberly was in Lexington on business last week- Miss Cordelia Walker of Jessamine visited Mrs C M Moberly a few days last week Mr Swaye of Louisville is with his friend Mr J B Fayne Mr and Mrs Smith of Nelson coun ty are visiting M Mrs Lucy Martin of Lexington is spending a few days with Mrs Mober ly Dr and Mrs Johns of Lexington were visitors of Mr and Mrs W II The meeting of the doctor and Mr Fayne was quite enjoyable as they had not seen each other since boyhoodJohn bought of James Bourne 7 shoats for 17 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 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 doses were ad ministered with the result that the fellow was able to be around next day The incident speaks quite highly of Mr Giffords medicine ElkaderIowa Argus This remedy never fails Keep it in your home it may save life For saleby Frisbies Drug Store 1m Apples sweet cherries pears and grapes are among the fruits contain ing the most sugar End of Beter 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 thought my time had come last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The ben etit I received was striking and I 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 1 Trial bottle free 1m Dr Hugh Murray of Danville will open an ollice at Fox Studio Lancas ter and will be there every other Fri day beginning Friday Aug 19th If you have not bees able to receive glasses that give you perfect would be glad to have you call or if you suffer with headache nervous ness etc if the cause is from defect lye eyes they can be permanently by removing the cause and na ture will do the curing 8 22 WHAT IS INSIDE or 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 tion 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 tense The booklet contains information of 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 must economical plan for touring the Exposition things of 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 tf It takes more than a coat of paint to cover a womans age successfully In Brown county Texas doves are so numerous that the farmers have invited sportsmen to the country to kill them in order to save their wheat The doves are said to come into wheat fields by thousands and in some in stances whole fields of wheat have been destroyed Thousands of doves have been killed and yet it is said they cannot be missed Ae fON I herauntMrs Fain et several Everybody Asa satisfaction relieved suchvalue visitors vantage importance regarding E Payne won as gi m m imBG Our LOW PRICES DUPLICATED We offer m I Buggies Surries Road wagons I Harness Lap Robes etc so cheap t that oth ers will to figures let IIM m this as 5 I 1 meet Come us prove not attempt our sertionr rsc 1 4 WI Jr JJilJr ROMANS 8z E2 MORE= The Rock IslandFrisco System have very low round trip tickets California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good until Also low one way colonist rates to California and the North west Sept 15 to Uct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf If you have been unable to find in reading eves aches after read ing call on Dr Hugh Murry Friday Aug 26th Fox Studio Resolutions Your committee on resolutions de sire to oiler the following to the ear nest and careful consideration of this intelligent body of teachers assembled here from Boyle and Garrard counties in joint institute Resolved That we are very grateful to the Superintendents of the two counties above mentioned for their kind considerations cheerful words and hearty good will for each member of the institute but more than all are we their debtors for making it pos sible to have this joint institute Second we extend our thanks to the good people of Lancaster for their generous hospitality in opening their hearts and homes in extending to us the glad hand of welcome Our thanks are also due to many worthy people whose names we have not mentioned but in as much as they have contributed to make this insti tute a success they will not be forgot tenResolved That Garrard and Boyle counties meet in joint at Junction City in 1905 and also that we cordially Lincoln county to join us there In unity there is strength Resolved That this has been a most interesting a most beneficial institute and that its success depended largely upon the excellent services of RNRo ark Dean Normal Department State College Lexington In securing the services of Dr Roark we know we have been unusually fortunate We believe he possesses every attribute of a great teacher We most heartily recommend that his services be secured as conduct or for joint institute of 1905 Resolved That we seek legislation from the next General Assembly which establish a scholarship in each county where there is a high school a graded school or a collegeor in which there shall be established any such school for each pupil of the public schools who receives a common school diploma If any county has other schools of high order then the of bestowing scholarships shall be vested Jn the graded school alone If there be any county or counties that do not have nor do not establish any school of high order then pupils in such counties shall be given a scholarship in some other county graduation from the public schools Resolved That the teachers o f Garrard and Boyle counties condemn the action of the last General Assem bly in extending the school term to six months with such a small increase in salary and in not repealing the law that compels teachers to lose Institute week Resolved also that such as will remedy this evil be en actedResolved That we seek legislation from the next General Assembly which shall establish one or more high grade state training schools well and well equipped for adequately preparing teachers for all grades of and for any position from the rural schools to a city superintendency Be it further Resolved That we pledge ourselves to exert our influence through associations and individual ef fort to secure such legislation from the next General Assembly Resolved That we as teachers pledge ourselves to attempt by every means possible to secure a vote on the question of local taxation as provided in section 95 of our school laws The of this section of the law provide for the extention of the school term Resolved That a committee of three be selected by this Institute from each of the counties of Boyle and Garrard The purpose of this committee shall be arrange for instructors and work to be done at the next yearly meeting Further be it resolved that a copy of these resolutions be handed to each of the local county papers of Boyle and Garrard for publication- T A Hendricks Chm VirgielVor yell Secretary Violent Attack of Diarrhoea Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and Perhaps a Life Saved A short time ago I was taken with a attack of diarrhoea and I would have died if I had not have gotten relief says John J a leading citizen of Patton Ala 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 the world for bowel complaint For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m The Great RockIsland Frico systems have very low round trip rates to the West and Southwest First and Third Tuesday in each month Parties cot templating a trip to Indian or Territory Texas or any point West North west or South west can get information and literature from J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Have your eyes examined by Dr Hugh Murray Lancaster FridayAug 26th Fox Studio 8 26 If you suffer with headaches net vousness granulated lids etc con suIt Dr Hugh Murray Lancaster Fox Studio Friday Aug 28 1 III b returning Oct23rd comfort Lancaster 8 Invite residing upon legislation housed institutes purpose violent believe Patton medicine- in Oklahoma c 26 privilege schools to 98 s Business Ingersoll Dollar Watches at Thompsons Furniture the best made at lowest prices Hamilton Dunlap 56tf Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Farls Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son White corn for sale at Marksbury Son Bring your Eggs etc to Wards Grocery Onehalf per dozen more than Northcott Feed oats for atMarksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for saleMarksbury Son Two houses and lots and two build ing lots on Richmond street 325tf R A Stone Lancaster Ky The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts Cut flowers fresh every day Glad iolus Tuberoses and Asters tf J C Thompson New stock large fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf Wanted 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for sleeping etc Apply to Marksbury Son 1 have sold my grocery and must close up my business at once All per sons indebted to me must settle at once I can indulge you no longer 78 tf R A Stone Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont for get to see us buyingMarksbury Son Dont forget to return the sacks you borrowed from us We need them badly Marksbury Son Sacks Sacks Sacks Yes we need our sacks bring them home and we will certainly be 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 to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool 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 Having sold my grocery I desire to sell my furniture and to do this I will beginning on Saturday July 9th offer my stock at auction and every Saturday afternoon until sold sale will begin at 2 pm R A Stone 78tf Wanted Piano New stock of souvenir spoons 50 new patterns Uncle Toms Cabin The Poplars Uncle Norman and the New College Building at Berea Ky and Lancaster Court Ho use etc 85tf Thompson the Jewler White or yellow corn for sale 820tf By Banks Hudson Timothy and Blue Grass sale Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed rye recleaned for sale 8 20 Banks Hudson For Sale 800 bushels of Yellow Fultz seed wheat recleaned Walton Moss Phone in residence 8 19 6t FOP Rent At Once Ten room two story house Half block from the square on Danville street Suitable for Hotel Apply to 819 4t Jno M Stylishnew fall bats at the 820 tf The Logan Dry Goods Co All persons having books belonging to the Common School are re quested to bring them in at once in order the committee may list them and order new ones Special low roundtrip rates to In dian Oklahoma Territoy and Tex as Aug 16 Sept 13 and 27 See J E Stormes for literature rates and infor mation via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf For wale pair of No 1 2yearold mules strictly good ones in 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 Rent For 1905 One farm containing 241 acres and nine room dwelling and tenant house Two stock barns and tobacco barns well watered and well fenced Situat edit miles from Lancaster on Buck eye pike For further information ply to H C Jennings Graded School Opening Lancaster Graded Schools will open September 5 1904 with a full corps of It Is very that parents send their children on the first 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 sea son Pay patrons must make arrange menu to pay the following and 3rd Grade 900 4th 5th and 6th Grade 1200 7th toi2th Grade 1500 Children must present their receipt after being graded want a full opening and It is the earnest desire of the that this mav be the best in the history of the Schools Pay must call upon E W Harris af ter children have been graded J Secty and Bargains For Sale Miss Sallie Tlllett pianoApply seed for Fop 8193t 1st and pay tuition In advance Chm- 8lt BXID 3c So S important tuition patrons Wm Herndon tX flfitrmtt mmmmmm miiromroimr mm wir- oimirUGGIES AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky onn Bros Buy Second- Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTSDRUGGIST LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 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L WOODS FISH WOODS DIREC1ORS D L ARNOLD- J B J S BURROWS- w C E L Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Insurance II DOLLAR B H KROQEtPresUett L X J VAN LAHR E W JEWELL ONLY ONE VIce f hnitleNi Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to UK MBArid open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you may be Any from to 5000 will be accepted 8OYiOOS Im In CO 1 See Our NewBooklet BY MAils Seat Apply catioa oa All accounts In this bank are strictly between the bank and the Inter est Is added January and July and compounded Chamber of Commerce Bid Cincinnati 0 confide- ntIal TOO ftOlMlid IDi Trmt CO y STARVATION We shudder at the word starvation It calls up in our minds a picture of some gaunt famished man who in a land of plenty perishes for lack of a crust Such cases are rare The com moner case of starvation is that of man or woman who eats but is not whose flesh wastes in spite of plenty of wholescme food Loss of flesh is one of the sur indications of serious disease It means a gradual starvation not from lack of food but because the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition being diseased cannot di gest and assimilate the food received Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enables the perfect digestion and of food so that lost flesh is restored and lost strength is regained I was weak nervous and dizzy with a faint sensation when walking Mr Jesse Childress of Co Tenn Could not walk any distance felt bad after eating always uneasiness in stomach Was 1898 Doctored with two or three physicians they did not give then some one told me that Dr seven bottles of that now and am as stout as ever health as much as ever case was nervous dyspepsia and liver disease of which your me In September was about now it is one hundred and ninetyfiveDr Pellets should be used with Golden Medical Discovery when ever the seed of a laxative is indicated f nourished assimilation everything takinghisandenjoying m 4 n PAINT LICK School Supplies at R L Jennings 826 Mr Joe Nevius of Lancaster was here Sunday Miss Maggie Francis of Cincinnati is visiting her parents Mr W G Kemper has been spending a few days In Louisville Mrs Joe Robinson of Lancaster was here last week with relatives For sale a good coaster brake bicy cle Roger Rucker 826 Dr W G Casenburg attended the K P Conclave at Louisville last week Rev Kerr is conducting a very series of meetings at New Hope After a two weeks visit at Crab Or chard Miss Lizzie Best has returned homeMr John Rucker of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with his parentsMiss Thompson of your city Is the attractive guest of Mrs R L Jennings Mr Ben Jennings of Danville Is spending a few days days with his son Mr R L Jennings Mrs B M Lear and daughter Mary attended the burial of Dr 1 M Poyntz at Richmond Friday Mrs Martha Ely and daughter Pearl have returned to their home after a visit to relatives in Ohio Mrs Pitman Fort Worth Tex has gone to Lancaster after visiting her sister Mrs Pattie Engleman Misses Cora Ward and of Cincinnati and Mrs J P Rucker of Ford were visitors of Miss Eliza Ruck er last week Mr and Mrs Voucher of Richmond were Lere Monday Mr V in the in terest of the Y M C A which is pro gresslng nicely and is quite a help to our town The Sunday school has been reorgan ized and will be held in Fishs hat every Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock The membership is large and a cor dial inviation is extended to all to MT HEBRON Miss Ada Vandepool numbered with the sick Mr Dennie dcott sold three calves to Alex Dean for 2250 Mr Howard Par of Wilmore called on his girl here Sunday Mr Isaac Montgomery sold to John Sherrow a nice buggy horse for 100 There will be a prayer meeting Hebron Sunday afternoon at 3 p mMadam Rumor tells us of another wedding which will take place about October first Samuel Morford who was accident ally shot in the foot by his wife is improving slowly Miss Mae Montgomery who has been to Mercer county on an visit returned Sunday Emma Soper attend extended Interesting a- Mt t R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartfori Conneticnt German American Phealx of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriter Liverpool London Globe North British Mercham- tiJeiBtuLireIuJuIliflCra Representiu Follollni eolJ lBI Si II k J I i Mr Brack Grow and wife spent and Sunday with her brother Wm Scott at Nicholasville Miss Abba Brown of Lincoln who has been the pleasant guest of her cousin Miss Alice Vanderpool home last Sunday Mr Grow sold his farm near here last week to Edd Naylor for 81 000 Possession to be given January first Messrs Alex and Harvey Dean and families attended the Dean reunion at Sulphur Springs in Jessamine last SaturdayA of meetings will begin at this place Monday night Aug 29th Rev A T Woolford of Louisville will preach for us Mr Armie Sherrow aged 18 and Miss Iva Brummer aged 18 drove to Rev G W Thompsons last Tuesday Aug 16th and were united in mar riageOn account of inside work at the church Sunday school convened at SunnySide school house Sunday a large crowd attended and much manifested MAIIKSBUKY Mr N H Bogie and wife attended the Fair at Brodhead last week Miss Annie T Cecil of Danville is visiting relatives in this community Mrs Cyrus Daly and visitors were guests of at Marcellus Friday Naylor of Lancaster has been the guest of Mrs Margaret Sutton Miss Ethel West of Lancaster has been the attractive guest of Miss Perkins Miss Mae Coleman of Danville has been the pretty guest of Miss Willie Mae Stall ngs Mr B Broaddus and family of Mc Creary were guests Saturday day of Mr Will Broaddus Mrs Susan Anderson and daughter Miss Amanda of Lancaster were last week by Mr and Mrs Cyrus Daley Mrs Harry Aldridge and daughter Miss Hannah were guests this of friends at Burginand attended Baptist Association at Harrodsburg The Teachers Association will meet at Rice Academy school house September 3 An Interesting program is promised and all are cor dially Invited to your basket and have a good time The following messengers Rev W David Swope Rout C M Jenkins S H Yeager and J W Woods were by the Fork church to attend the Baptist Association which met at Harrodsburg this week returned to his home at Lebanon Rev Dawes of Louisville two interesting discourses morning and Sunday morning F Saturday returned N T Interest was Mrs Ragan Mrs Margaret Annie aDdS un entertained Saturday comebrlng M Stallings Millard T D Chesnut chosen protractedSat- urday delivered Saturday r we eke Tuuro weresix additions to the church which were baptized Sunday BEUNA VISTA Wm Christopher bought of P S Terrill one calf for 81250 Rev Urton held an allday meeting at Pollys Bend school Sunday Mesdames Dean and Baker of Ver are guests of relatives this weekMrs Frank Bogle of Speats has been with her mother Mrs Elizabeth IsonMiss Bessie Bolton leaves Wednes day to meet friends at London and the Fair Mrs Rebecca Cecil of Lexington and grand daughter Miss Dal lie Cecil Wilmore are visiting relatives here J R Scott one of our village black smiths leaves this week for Petoskey Michigan where he goes to escape the hay fever Mrs Charlie Deitrich of Hanley by her sister Miss Cook of Lexington spent Thursday with Mrs J F Ruble Mr John Skinner of Missouri has been visiting his brother Albert Skin ner It is his first visit here for more than 25 years The meeting at Mt Olivet closed last week with eight additions tour of which were baptized at Dix river Wednesday afternoon Miss Lillian Leavell gave a concert at this place Saturday which was well Marksbury and Bryantsville were represented- Mr Ollie Grimes and son Cam nest of Lexington visited Mrs Margaret Robinson last week leaving here for a visit to relatives in Bryantsville and near Lancaster The Sunday School workers of this section will meet with the Co Presi dent and Secretary in a meeting Olivet Saturday afternoon The public is cordially invited to attend W II Furr is sick at this writing Hemp cutting is the order of the Clark the saw mill man is on the sick list Miss Sallie Dudderar visited at woods last week W Spangler visited at W H Furrs Saturday and Clouse has gone to somerset to bring home two yearling mules which he bought for 50 each Rev J L Reeves has sold his near Hammack to Sam Fields for 210 Reeves has moved to High Cliff Tennessee and Fields has moved into the house just purchased- A revival is in progress at Good Hope church which seems awaken ing the good people as well as the this vicinity Revs Murreli Owens and Baird are the active earnestly hope that much good may result from their well directed efforts BRYANTSVILLE Miss Eliza Ison visited relatives in Nicholasville last week Mrs Dr Durham and children are visiting relatives in Barbourville Mrs Rebecca Pitman of Texas has been visiting Mrs James Leavell Miss Mattie Dunn will leave in a few days for a visit to relatives in London Mrs E H Ballard sold a number of hogs to Mr Eugene Berkele for 450 per hundred Rev B A Dawes and family of Louis ville have been visiting Mr C M aud family Mr Hogan Ballard attended the par ty given by Miss Bessie Mae Lear last Wednesday evening Mr Hopper of Madison Ind is expected in a few days to be the guest of Mr J M Smith Mr and Mrs Sam Baker from near Wilmore visited Mr and Mrs Will Glass Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice Dunn has returned to Danville after spending several days with her mother Mrs Atha Dunn Quite a number from here attended the recital given Saturday evening at Beuna Vista by Miss Lillian Leave Miss Mayme Ballard who has been very sick for several weeks of fever is now very much improved and hopes to be out again in a few days There has been a good deal of sickness in our little town recently Mrs Salle B Welch been quite ill is very much improved and wHl soon be able to be out again t t M saUl s attend very attendedBurgin FLAT WOOD daySim Mr G Sunday- J C property sinners of preacherswe Jenkins W S I whohas afternoon house accompanied a- Mt Fir OUT IN CALIFORNIA The Triennial Conclave of Tem will be held in the early Fall Thousands are going Its a There is no doubt Golden some time Heres an opportunity Is there to your vantage or the exceptionally low rates an forthis THREE ROCK ISLAND ROUTES SouthwestViaVia Kansas City and Colorado i K but good Americans dE sire to see the TieielswSaleAiinistlStoSfijteBlifirlB Rates from your home town on request GEO H LBK o r A Little Rock Ark H I McGinns Dist Pass Agent Gin O 0 II 1 i M i Quite a number from hero will of September to attend HIP Worlds fair Among them are Mr and Mrs Eugene Berkele Mrs Mary Berkele and Miss Levy Dunn Misses Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav ell will leave the first of September for Texas to spend the winter They will stop over in St Louis a few days to attend the Worlds fair Mr William Jenkins has returned to Indianapolis after a visit to his fatn er MrC M Jenkins Miss Margaret Jenkins returned with him and will spend several days before coming home Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden will leave the first of September for Cincinnati where Mrs Haselden will purchase a beautiful line of fall millinery returning home they will go to St Louis to attend the fair and also visit relatives in Illinois Premium Cabbage Mr R H Batson brought us the premium cabbage shown at the Brod head fair last week and it was great ly admired by all who saw it and greater enjoyed by ye editor who to devour it It weighed over eight pounds was as sound as a dollar and absolutely perfect in formation Itwas raised by Mr J E Woodyard of Garrard but who has been living in the Brodhead section sincen nfei fair was unusually succesful both in attendance and exhibits A Successful Enterprise Judge M D Hughes who is the Candidates Mirror in The Record has had his plan copy righted and will make a tour of the state giving the writeups in all lead ink towns It is the best and most dignified way a candidate can get his claims before the people as voters read the articles at their leasure and when not bothered by business Several more in Garrard will appear Heres the Boss Bean Our good friend Ol Terrili of Paint Lick passed through this city Sunday en route to see his or some other fellows girl and left us a bean which measures exactly 36 inches in length It is perfectly formed sound as a dollar and looks as if it would have grown several inches longer if given a chance It was grown by Mr Champ Shumate of Paint Lick whose skill as a gardener is well known in Kentucky Metcalfe Case The case against John Metcalfe for killing his brother Ben near Lowell about a year ago was called for trial Monday and as we to press is still occupying the courts attention The case is being stubbornly fought from both sides there being ten lawyers engaged The Commonwealth is rep resented by the states attorney Chas Hardin county attorney J I Ha mil ton Messrs W I Williams and Joe E Robinson The defense is by Messrs Robt Harding M C Saufley W 0 Bradley J M Rothwell Lewis L Walker and R H Tomlinson Banking by mail is becoming more popular every day People keep their money in Saving Banks and Trust Companies to make it earn interest for them The Provident Saving Bank and Trust Company is located in Cincinnati Keep your bank ac count with them and you can draw money there when making purchases Suicide Preveused The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably 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 agreat tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney reg ulster Only 50c Satisfaction guar anteed bv R E McRobberts Druggist 1m Farm for Sale For sale fine farm located in Madi son county near good schools and churches one mile from Paint Lick consisting of TWO HUNDRED and TEN ACRES with a good 10 room dwelling and large new stock barn and also new tobacco barn 72x144 feet and a good tenant house on farm and good 3 room cabin in back yard and all other necessary outbuildings including buggy house jack barn small stock barn ice house smoke house hen house wood shed etc also flower pit and good orchard near house This farm is under Rood fences and is well watered by good ponds never failing springs and has 3 good cisterns on farm it will be sold worth the money and is a very desira ble home For father Information address Box 164 or Mrs E H Ballard Stanford Ky 826tf Deputy Clerk at Bryantsville R A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Clerk for and is located at Bryautsville prepared to take acknowledgements Deeds Mortgages and all legal documents MEDICAL Wmnerndon O B Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Once over stories drug store helped Mr tells The Record the matters go represented precede lei o DR PIERCES GOLDEN DISCOVERYFOR BLOOD LIVER LUNGS r I 0 J leaven Before formerly conducting J 4 Kodol Ml na the Natures Own Remedy No Ordinary Remedy Bund Every Box The unusual way in which RE McUoberts one o f Lancasters most reliable druggists sells Mio emphasizes the fact that this remedy possesses unsual merits The guarantee that they give with every package is plain and positive- If Miona does not cure you of dyspepsia we will return your 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 nerves so that the whole is burit up and vitalized while the dyspepsia is being cured Not A Patent Medicine Ilyomel the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by PhyMcInu No one should confound Hyom ei with patent medicines that are advertised to cure catarrh It is AS far superior to them all as the diamond is more valuable than cheap glass Their composition is secret but Hyomei gives its to all reputable physicions- It is not foolish to try and cure catarrh by swallowing tablets or 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 invbuy ing Hyomei If it did not possess unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan vide money system system liquidsThe ona Guarantee formula a TO CLOSE OUT Beginning Saturday August ft My entire stock of HARDWARE HARNESS and IMPLEMENTS will be sold at cost wholesale prices until dis posed of CASH ONLY I have made arrange ments to leave Lan caster as soon as dispose of my buisi ness and will sell my business entire which includes the best busi ness location in or will sell as above stated until stock is disposed of FARMERS Take of the opportunity to buy cheap Drills Disc Harrows Plows 8 Cultivators etc K F POSTLE SALE I can Lancaster advantage r Wl tat DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 00 bottle contains 24 times the trial which sells for 50 cents PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COIPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ey DYSPEPSIA CURE sit c a t yw wup yratwe M A Perfect InliiltM Pill is the one thing that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and are DeWifcts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while De Witts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by it E McRoberts 1m A Summer Cold A summer cold is not only annoying but if not only relieved Pneumonia will probably be the result by Fall One Minute Cough Cure clears the phlegm draws out the inclination heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One Min ute Cough Cure is an ideal remedy for the children It is pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless A cer tain cure for Croup Cough and Cold Sold by R E McRoberts 1m DeWllt Is the Niuiic When you go to buy Witch ILizel Salve look for the name DuWlTT 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 cure has caused numerous worthless coun terfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name E C De Witt Company Chicago Sold by R E McRoberts 1m A Sweet Breath is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There is no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a 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 di serfs what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by R E McRob erts 1m I c a I effectually a Nr B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the fare a d is bought at Currey Davidsons 1 We have received the Ever shown in Lancaster Also a large line of the Prettiest Veils to be found iu Central Kentucky Low Prices and Correct Styles Sallie I 01 A 4 4 MILLINfRY 0 I Till e fl 0tir0s AN DSOM EST The tartest Yielding Heaviest Grain Finest Quality M- Oats Grows As hardyas wheat If sown early Not attacked with fly or rust Stand up welt Afford the finest Pan Winter and Spring pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per acre of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives 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