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RECORDFIFTEENTH YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1904 v THE CENTRAL NUMBJlB3 14 I Pure Water I INSURES roI II- ff free from leaves Ibirds nests bugs and I trash I of nil kinds use I o To leech your cistern I I I TJ aze1eur- a l FiltBlJ J R HASELDEN 0 j0AAfW or Installment Vc have a large new line ot Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs Jardinerres Clocks which we will sell on easy to suit you Wall Paper at Cost as long as entire stock lasts come early and get a nice selection Hamilton Dunla L Successors to jA Co 21D1 1 i offs j Cash 1 payments Beazley a L DAVIDSON ji At Law Office over Iollcc Court room Prompt attention to business The Dove Season is On We ate icady for the Sportsman with a new sup ply of both and Double Barrel Hunting Coats Leggins Shells Smokeless and Black Powder Caps Primers Wads Etc iUeDnin PaintLici I Attorney I GunS Single Caps Jackets SI 4 0f Local Interest No real hot weather yet The small boy Is getting his school books together Kentucky owners continue their vie torious career at the Worlds Fair show capturing the lions share of the prizes every day Uncle Joe Hoppers meeting begins at the Presbyterian church next Sui day and The Record is asked to ej tend a most cordial invitation to attend The L and N continues to put in new ties on the Hovvland branch and is now putting screenings in many places The road bed will soon be in good shape Next Sunday will be the last in tl e liscal year for Missions at the church The church Is now clos the most successful mission year history The union meetings closed last Sun day night with the services at Metho dist church The meetings were of great benefit and enjoyment to the church going people The fidies of New church will give an ice cream and basket at residence of Mr JB Bourne Siturday 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 Notice to Taxpayers I am now ready to collect taxes and you will save money by calling and settling before the penalty is added which will be dune in a few diys Please call and settle at once W L Lawson S G C Netting at Christian Church W T Brooks one of the leading evangelists of the United States who is to conduct the meeting of the Chritian church writes Bro that he has secured the services of one of the best musicians and choir directors in the country to assist in the meeting The meetings will open Saturday night Sept 24 with a lowship service Begins This Week The protracted meeting at church begins with prayer every night this weep conducted by the pastor Rev CM The pastor and session urge all members to attend these services The preach services will begin Sunday when Uncle Joe Hopper will arrive The public is cordially invited to be at each of these services Tates Creek Association The Tales Creek Baptist composed of the counties of Gar rard Madison Boyle Lincoln and Jessamine is in session at Buckeye this week and a very large crowd of delegates and church people are Many prominent ministers were present and a very profitable meeting held The people of Buckeye are far famed as entertainers and many were the compliments passed upon the reception given the visitors Coons Lose Pensions Quite a number of negroes in this section who have been drawing pen stuns have been dropped from the rolls the department malting a recent ruling that where a man enlisted peace had oeeii declared was not entitled to pay for disabilities In other words he enlisted after the war was over bar have been left out in the cold as Uncle Samuels quarterly remittance was their chief and only support Waters Many Lancaster friends et xend to Joe F Waters of Stanford on the death of his mother which oc curred near IXinville last week She is survived by children Joe Mrs Coleman of Harrodsburg Mrs Kirtley of Texas Thomas Helm of Danville and Mrs John The burial took place at Sunday afternoon Mrs Waters was a life long member of the Baptist church and a lovely Christian woman Penitentiary For Life The jury trying thecase of Metcalfe for killing his brother rendered a diet Saturday afternoon fixing the punishment at confinement in the for life The case was fought by the array of lawyers whose names were printed in last is sue of The Record except Gov Brad Icy who was sick and sent Mr II W Batson in his place We understand eleven jurors were for the death pen ally The usual motion for new trial will be made and the case go to the Court of Appeals The speeches by the attorneys consumed much time and were all good Col Billy Burton the bestknown in Central Kentucky the London fair buying a lot of horses and mule while there Mr Bur tons condition is much improved and his host of friends trust that he may soon be fully restored to permanent health Stanford Interior Journal Miss Angle KInnaird of Lancaster is with Miss Clara Cooper Miss Katharine Huffman is visiting friends in Lencas tar Miss Nellie Dillon of Lancas ter was tbe guest of Miss Halite Ne vlus J Live- Stock I I I l j Christian ling Antioch Lancaster Tinder fe Presbyterian services Chum bley present Association delightful after incurred Quite anum sympathy live Waters Mrs Waters Stanford er pen- Itentiary stubbornly horseman attended alto super ant precut r S p s == In a primary held at Danville Mon day Reed S Nichols defeated Homer Baughman for democratic nomination for county judge by 755 majority The district convention of the flan church held in Stanford isj joint work of the C W B M and Schools C W B M day the and Sunday Schoool the 9th T J Hatcher requests The Record to say that his Danville stage leaves Lancrster at 745 oclock sharp every morning The law requites to leave at this time so please remember The Womens Christian Temper ante Union has rented the Stnrmes Hats and an important meeting and election of officers will be held afternoon All members urged to be present Examination for Teachers desiring an Appointment to the Normal of the State College of Ken tnckv to be held on Saturday Sept 3rd at County Snperintcnts Oflice These scholarships are given on com petitive examination and Garrard county is given four scholarships of one year each to the Normal In Meeting At Grove Eld F M Tinder is in a meeting with Eld II C Garrison at the Grove church services being held each night and a special service on Friday at 10 oclock a in Mr Tinder will preach at as usual Sunday morning but returns to the Grove for the evening service Working Nicely If Jesse Alverson the father of the vagrant law could see the seven or eight negroes cracking rock on our streets he would feel proud that he had a law passed that has almost broken up the loafing habit Nearly every coon in town is now at work and many of the sorry white ones have gone to scratching mother earth The law is a fine one and the lIon Jesse Alverson of the good coun ty of Lincoln is entitled to the praise of having it enacted Will Close Out Stock In tits issue appears the ad of K F Postel announcing that he will his stock of Hardware at cost Mr Postel has built up a splendid trade in Lancaster and meeting h the greatest success but illness of his wife mantes it necessary for him to seek another climate possibly California and this of course necessitates the disposal of the stock He will sell the goods at cost and makes a splendid proposition to any one desiring to take the entire stock Mr Postel is a fine business man and an upright citizen the community can ill afford to lose A Big Fake Energetic special correspondents- in Danville sent a windy and hair raising story to the dailies last week to the effect that a old girl named Collctt had disappeared near Lancaster and only a torn bonnet could be found near a field gave any trace of her It further stated that the police in all nearby towns had been notified and citizens of ter were organizing searching parties great excitement prevailed etc If any such thing happened the people in this section have never heard of it Mr Gilbert Has Clear Track Col D L Moore Saturday afternoon withdrew from the race for Congress in this district leaving a clear field to the lion G G Gilbert of Shel by ville His action will not come as a great surprise as it has been expected since the withdrawal of the Hon Harve Helm a few weeks ago Col Moore dictated the following lines to the CourierJournal correspondent Owing to the fact that I prefer to retain my selfrespect and lose an rather than to lose my selfrespect and gain an office I withdraw from the race for Congress in this district Change in Voting Law One of the laws adopted by the last Legislature requires all voters ing in towns of the fifth and sixth class to register prior to the election or be disfranchised Itis but an extension of the law that has heretofore beer in operation in first second third and fourth class cities and is mainly for the purpose of preventing people who are strangers and who have not lived in the town county or state the re quired length of time from exercising the right of suffrage With the ex ception of cities of the first and sec ond class the law is practically a farce as the ollicers of election in smaller towns are familiar with every voter in the different precincts and the chance of an illegal vote being cast is very few and far between In lion to the registration the law that a certificate be given each at the time he registers which is the first Tuesday in October the November election With citizens name may appear in proper form on the registration book If cer tificate Is lost or destroyed the citizen can procure a new one by making an aflidavit and paying the County Clerk 50c therefor Voters will do well to bear these facts in mind as hundreds will doubtless be cut out of their votes through ignorance of tbe new tube Sunday W C T U Saturday Department Department Lancaster completely closeout wit Lanels office congressional requires voter preceding Impossible Cirri 8t1 ten re law std adds Mrs T W Reid has our thanks for a basket of delicious grapes The are unusually large and the fruit without the least blemish ware Co this time and holder of that number will please call and get the set The meeting at the Hubble Christian church closed Sunday with about twenty additions The largest en ever seen on the river attended baptising Sunday afternoon The editor acknowledges receipt of courtesies from the Forepaugh and Sells Bros main office in New York City This great show exhibits at r chmond Ky Sept 21 and we will give further particulars in next issue Ono Of The Seccessful showed us his cer tificate or official notification of his having successfully passed before the State Board of Em balming which was in session at Louisville Considering the fact that a large per cent of applicants were or dered back for re examination Mr B is very happy over his success Stenography and Typewriting Miss Margaret Mount an expert stenographer will be in Lancaster for some time and those wishing work in short band or typewriting will have an opportunity of getting tile very nest services Miss Mount has done a great deal of court work during the CIRCUIT COURT NOTES Court will adjourn Friday Judge Saufley is engaged on either one or the other side in several Impor rant cases The grand jury adjourned Monday having returned nine indictments all of minor importance Col Fountain Fox Bobbin the irre pressible attorney and journalist of Crab Orchard has attended the entire session gf court Mr Norman B Morrell an attorney of Knoxville is attending court being engaged in the case of Miller against Higginbotham c The 10000 damage case of Henry Sherley against the Southern Hallway was continued as was the Moss cases against the L and N R R Co The case of Sanders and Walker against the Lancaster Oil Co is being heard today and will be followed by the case of Miller against Higginhoth am Judge Alcorn and son Judge Sauf ley and son Logan Hughes and W S Burch of Stanford Robert Harding C C Fox and E V Puryeur of Danville and Gov Bradley and Homer Batson of Louisvillf are the visiting attorneys this court Judge Bell is making a heroic effort to clear his dockets and after hard day sessions of court he hears equity pleadings at night at the rate he is disposing of the work when this ses sion is closed the docket will be clear er than in years The criminal docket shows the fol lowing convictions Robert Boatley shooting with intent to kill 5 years in the penetiary Walter Howe 2 years James Hightower house breaking 1 year Robert Farley ing liquor 75 tine and Dan East tines in the aggregate 275 WATERWORKS Hon Clarence E Woods who Passed Through Hero Writes Intesest Ingly on the Above Subject Write something for the Record foregoing was the request I re ceived from the editor of the Record Monday upon my arrival down wearing an air I suppose of nothing to state of being I have not since I was sixteen years of age What shall it be I enquired Of said the editor anything at all Just write something on the Jap anese war for instance No said I I shall write upon a subject of more vital interest to your citizens than such a foreign subject me talk Waterworks So here goes It is with almost selfish delight that I find Lancaster bas at supplied herself with fire protec tion No place of twice her size has suffered more from the fire fiend than this little city nor has any city recovered so rapidly from the fiery de vastations than bas this remarkable town The mythological phoenix is recorded to have risen from her ashes but once while to my personal know edge Lancaster has almost been wiped off the map by flames half a dozen times It bas taken a long time for your citizens to realize that it is the falsest economy to do without a sys tem of waterworks while your ness bouses are reduced to ruins your industries stagnated until the burnt districts can be rebuilt dentally it is a Godsend that you public spirited and enter orislng citizens as to replace as fast as the fire fiend finishes his work tbe handsome buildings tbat mark as one of the fairest cities of its size in the entire United States the main waterworks and bow to preserve their benefits to Lancaster 1 speak particularly to your honorable Board of Council Through you and in the bands of bunches chinas1handsome wI I 111 J A Beazley examination speakIng sells Ingllquor II The towns doa enjoyed let It Interest and last has and have such Lancaster Butt questionthe forgery but let 1 i the Superintendent rests tbe destiny of the experiment I understand you have selected a gentleman entirely suitable for this important position I had intended to urge you with all my zeal to select no other sort of su pervisor than an honest competent industrious useful and obliging offl clan for that important place As cer lain as you allow personal considera tljns to dictate the appointment of your superintendent or other help re gardless of the qualities above named you are ordaining your system to efficiency increased expense and general dissatisfaction I need not enlarge upon the reasons for urg lug such caution in the selection of your protectors The safety of pent homes the sanitation of your taxes demand just such sane consideration at your hands Now you know that in every city there are selfish individuals who would not grieve should the operation They either do not believe in Munici pal ownership at all or they are anx ious for the city to make a failure s thev can buy up these utilities and operate them for their own private gain This is simply the conflict be j j I decreased publicI I ownershipIn CLAKENCU E WOODS success in another that it Is a failure I submit to any reasonable man if 1 am not correct in my diagnosis of the disease when I say that failure of ownership is due simply to the Councils disregard of the citys by appointing incompetent favor ites to conduct a great public utility regardless of their fitness just so their useless cousins or political henchmen get a safe job 1 earnestly beseech the Council of Lancaster to continue the wise policy they have to appoint no one but a worthy and well qualified person to this or any other public position- I would urge the following to details connected with all systems particularly with new ones Use water meters and sell at rates so that all ordinary demands may be supplied without a the consumers or at a loss to the city for maintenance of the works Let there be sufficient profit to pro vde a fund for supplies and repairs such as hose hydrants pumping etc A blue print chart of every and connection in the city with dimensions thereof should be kept in a vault Likewise an accurate record all additions to the equipment be kept Should the city at any time desire to sell the plant it may then have accurate data from which to compute the cost and value of the property It is like a mer chants invoice and a citys affairs should be conducted in every respect exactly with the care that a mans private business is carried on The city is the biggest and most corporation within its limits and its affairs to tbe minutest particular be supervised with tbe caution that any private institution is I think the plugs should all be tested at least quarterly and oftener in freezing weather The fire hose should be of standard size to avoid the catastrophe at Baltimore when many engines and hose wagons that had been rushed from other cities to help save Baltimore from her late destruc Live fire could not make hose connec lions at the plugs because of using different size openings Lancaster might have such as to require hose from neighboring cities I have not touched upon many sub jects equally important in this such as the necessity for a system of sewerage to carry oil the surplus water brought into the city through the water mains to be releas ed again to stagnate on your premises thus endangering tbe lives of your people Give your attention as as you can to the subject of at least one mats pipe which all the homes in the city can tap and thus escape tbe dangers of typhoid and diseases Lancaster has taken tbe first step in tbe direction of metropolitan Your people can now lie down and rest in peace without fear of fire fiend that basso long been less terror to the community Let electric lights come along gradually after the sewer system An ice facto ry a laundry perhaps and that is all you need Already you have one of the best newspapers of all the 350 in Kentucky A stranger once said Show me your town paper and I will tell you what kind of a town you hive have been reading Tbe Bee i i Imu- nicipal welfare Inaugurated waterworks Ii hardship- to 4 4 machinery 4 4 4 4 4 4 I Important 4 4 I a openIngscon- nection soon sewer other eXI- stence the a 4I Itl attention pipeline orlon sleep Anybody who has dollar should not fail to attend ourclosing out will be how far it will Loan Dry Ml COMPANY I onespare saleYou surprisedto go You are cordially invited to attend the i Grand Opening In our Merchant Tailoring Dept experienced Cutter from Cincinnati Will display the most exclus ive and latest fabrics for i FALL and WINTER apparel September 9 and 10 H H T LOOftN tlillI Sale 111 0 III f- An II Tie GLOBS cOil I f III IIIII I I V v 111 r TAILORING I on n4 r Get In The Habit I Of Visiting The I Joseph Mercantile Cot mmmmmmmmmmmm THEY i MUST MOVE I Fall stock will soon begin to roll in on us and weA in which to properly show our elegent and All goods in stock now go Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED t 1 I f 2 I MUST HAY ROOM STOCK I AT YOUR PRICE 2f U 0i W Wt vIJijJ1Alf 1I Buggies vWrovowgv OG000000000 000000000OO I W O g 0 8 IMMENSE 0o 00AOBO OA000OOOO OfOWW 0OOm000 Harness Robes Buggies Carriages Surries and Runabouts are Fully Guaranteed for Style Finish See our line Just se curing some fine new stock for Fall trade s 9 e I 8 Sit HASlDN and ROBINSON AV Mr VI OUR and Price CENTRAL RECORD Issiued Weekly 100 per Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered dt the Post Office In Lancaster KV at SecondClan Wall Matter Lancaster Ky September 2 1904 Once in a while in this practical un sentimental age a genuinely romantic o case of true love is encountered A comely New York girl of 20 Minnie S Mehite by name and a lover as come ly girls of 20 every where are wont to 0 have Like other girls too she was X coquettish and when her suitor 1 became urgent for her to marry him V she said no Not understanding that a womans no might mean yes the 2 lover Joseph Salzarulo in his passion ate disappointment drew his knife slashed his sweethearts face in a Y cruel way This was several weeks Q ago A few days ago Josephwho has been languishing in jail was hauled Y into court and there confronted Min A nie for the first time since her injury s Seeing that her face was shockingly 0 disfigured he began to weep and beg her to forgive him The girl shed tears also and after a little 0 willingly agreed to marry him Q he must have been crazy when he cut 0 the girl and that he loved her more 1 than ever Minnie said she had never been quite sure of his love before but 0 was satisfied now that had his never would have harmed her And so they were married It is not the V conventional American way of meas v uring love and is not a test to be to lovers generally but since it worked satisfactorily in this case what more could be askgd What barabrians Americans are They have no respect for the rrivacy 0 of their fellowcreatures and little for S their property when these fellow A beings chance to becandidates for high office They tramp over the premises such unfortunates without asking leave and carry everything X as souvenirs When Gen Harri son was a candidate for the presiden 0 cy the fence around his home was torn A away picket by picket until had disappearedand until all the branches 0 within reach on his shade trees were 1 broken off Now they are camping in Judge Parkers orchard and 0 grounds Because he is a candidate he can not go out with a shot gun but he must regret his lack of liberty Mr 0 Roosevelt is comparatively safe from sort of outrage because the white house is his residence and is carefully s guarded It is well understood how s ever that but for the guards the sight v seeing public would have whittled the A building to fragments years ago and j carried them away in its pockets y American liberty is too often constru ed as license A party of New York speculators after leaving the Wall street Ex change secured a toy roulette wheel and began playing for pennies when the police came in and arrested the whole party Its the same old story every where dear reader The specu lator who gambles with his big money is all right but woe unto the little crap shooter Take it in New York or Lancaster Kentucky its the the respecta ble game and the poor devils game The little negro who savs Shoot a nickel must oreak rock while he who can call I raise you one is safe from the laws clutches Edgar Albright the clever editor of the Mt Vernon Signal says The kisses of a married couple are usually sweetest when the couple consists of another womans husband and anoth er mans wife As Edgar has only been married a couple of years we are surprised at the rapidity with which he catches on Editor James M Richardson of the Glasgow Times is a candidate foi Congress and if the resultrested with the Kentucky newspaper men he would be sent to Washington on a oneway ticket that is given a seat in Congress for all time to come Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction 1 have sold a pile of it and can recom mend It McElhiney Linton Iowa You will find this a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords j quick relief and is pleasant to take 1 For sale by Frisbies Drug Store is the perfume of crushed joys uckleuv Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo tion ointment or balm for CutsCorns Burns Boils Sores Felons UlcersTet ter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at McRoberts Druggist 1m Legislation cannot take the place of love What Is Lifer In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means de rangements of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at McRoberts Drug Store im 3 t 2 I o I t I Sand Joseph assured the that not been genuine and strong he recommended I Q of all looting his O this w Greater sametheres hundred highlyJoseph Chapped t t n 0 0 0 oo too conversation magistrate G affection e detachable E E 9 0 remedy U im- Patience US Dr Hugh Murray of Danville will be in Lancaster Ky every other Friday beginning FRIDAY AUG UST 19th for the purpose of prac ticing 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 ex hibited by some nervous reflex trou ble such as Headache Indijesticn Stomach and Heart trouble Dizzy spells Sleeplessness St Vitus dance Nervous prostration Female trouble Epileptic fits etc which are the re sults 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 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 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 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 Rev J 0 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 like 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 Murrag Mcfldams DANVILLE KENTUCKY a ANNOUNCEMENT I I Ky I SirI withothers perfectly count PAINT LICK KY Those Bargains at McWhor ter and Estridges Spring and Summer Dress Goods Laoes Hamburg flJ- Iovers 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 McWhosler PAINT LICK KY Get one at your price Studebaker and Birdsell rf i7 ewzr0yfj1fiJvJrJ 0 Y0Y07tJ 070 OC McWhorter Estridge I EJ ffi jJli r 1f2 tJJtIi2 101Jir jz Ji0Z02J1K0 G 0 I N G I II EJ I Ij II 1 fEg8 I j I 0 v 1mf2JEstridge I EJ Qf jI rljM Jmilffifi ffi12 1 GJi J sII E I0 6GOtrS iEJ l r RAPIDLY i Q i 0 i l- 1i I wl- I Ij j 1 o Q t f Iii THE BESToff 4lt Refrigerators at Do you want the best Wheat Drill use Then come get a Hoosier American Wire Fence the Best 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 COSTa H I f 1 Ij p ii pin IQto I FBISBIES CHEAPEST ic DRUG STORE kr l r J Lr 1 t TO CLOSE OUT BUSINESS Beginning Saturday August 21 My entire stock of HARDWARE HARNESS and IMPLEMENTS will be sold at cost wholesale prices until dis posed of GASH ONLY I have made arrange merits to leave Lan caster as soon as lean dispose of my buisi ness and will sell my business entire which includes the best location in caster or will sell as above stated until stock is disposed of FARMERS Take of the opportunity to buy cheap Wheat Drills Disc Harrows Plows 3 Cultivators etc K F Postfe PERSONALS Mr Joe Walker is at Crab Orchard Springs visiting relatives Cincinnati Miss Lena Rigney is visiting friends in Winchester r Mr R G Ward of Cincinnati was here this week Joe Burnside is at home from Crab Orchard Springs Miss Minnie Goodloe is attending the Worlds Fair Mrs T B Robinson gave an elegant dinner Thursday Miss Annie Herndon is attending the Worlds Fair Miss Ida Stone is visiting Miss Eva Durman of Brodhead Dr W S Beazley is visiting relatives Un Idaho and California Miss Rella Arnold entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday Miss Ethel Dunn this week for Midway to attend school Mr and Mrs Dave Dunn of Danville were visitoas here Thursday Miss Polly Traylor of Stanford is Miss Katie Simpson Mr and Farra left Tuesday for St Louis to attend the fair Mr and Mrs Clay Dunn are rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl Miss Cora Ward is visiting Mr and Mrs Samuel Ward of Livingston Miss Norma Elmore has returned from a visit to friends in Kirksville j SALE business Lan advantage s Mrs R Zinuncr in leaves MrsJohn r is Visiting 1 Mrs JJ Miller and children are relatives in Coviugton this week Miss of grab has been yisltipg Mjss Stella McWuor ter Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Mr B D Herndon and wife Sunday Mr Barrack Foley of Lexington is visiting Misses Martha and Sallie Til lett Mrs Nannie White of Knoxville guest of her sister Mrs Jessie Doty Miss Willie Henry of Lexington Is the guest of her sister Miss Noreen Henry Mr W T West wife and daughter Miss Ethel are in St Louis attending the fair Miss house party given by Miss Charlotte Knoble Mrs J F Lear has returned from the cities with a beautiful of millinery Misses Calhe Sallie and Mattie Ad are visiting their sister in Bar bourville Misses Margaret and Joan Mount leave this week for a visit to the St Louis fair Miss Bruce Pumphrey leaves this week on a visit to relatives in Hamil ton Ohio Miss Mary Gill has returned from a visit to friends In Ironton and Ports mouth Ohio Mr John West and son Dan of Jes asinine spent part of last week with Mr Alex West Misses Eliza Anderson and Tallie Grand have returned from Crab Springs Miss Gallic Adams of has been visiting her parents Mr Jack Adams and wife Mr and Mrs A A McKinney of Louisville have been guests of Mr and Mrs II M Ballou Miss Jessie Doty gavf a vautifu dinner in honor of Miss Alice Walker of North Carolina Mrs Henry Dunn and Josephine of Danville v co visitors here the past week Mrs J C Hemphill and daughter Miss Theo left Tuesday for St Louis for a visit to the fair Miss Marguerite Kinnaird has re tnrned from a pleasant visit lives in Lawrenceburg Judge R A Burnside who has spending a month in Tennessee is home with his family Miss Edna Mason has returned from a pleasant visit to hersister Mrs II N Falconer of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs D of Wayne county are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Philip Dalton Mrs II N Falconer and children of Cincinnati are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W B Mason Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs I S Wesley of Liberty Mr Graham Anderson of Memphis Tenn is visiting his cousin Mrs J E Robinson Lexington avenue Mr W R Romans and Irene are visiting relatives in Sb Louis and attending the fair Mr Louis Herndon left Tuesday for Louisville where he takes a position with the Belknap Hardware Co Miss Cassie Conkwright and little neicc Bessie of Winchester are guests of Mrs Wm Lear this week Misses Lillie V West and Bessie Mae Lear were the guests of Miss Carrie L Sanders the latter part of the week Misses Scott and Jane Petty and Susie Hatcher visited Mr and Mrs Cotton at Kirksville Sunday Mrs B G Kilgoro and baby of Texas and Miss Jennie Parks of Paint Lick have been guests of Mrs J S Robinson Miss Georgia Dunn returned from St Louis where spent a the guest of her uncle Mr J L Roy ston Misses Talley Orand and Eliza An derson left Tuesday for home after a visit of a month to relatives this vicinity CourierJournal Misses Violet and Norah Preston leave Tuesday for St 1 VISIt- Ing McW enter- taIned I Lillie V West a fall Orchard Richmond aught fMiss to n a Dalton daughter Miss Nathaniel In Orchard ithe line sins ref hoe months s a t e i pouis they will spend several days t the fair Mrs B A paves has been the of returned to her home in Monday after a delightful visit D Potts is the guest of H C Jennings for a brief visit Mrs Potts has just from St Louis and is enthusiastic over the fair Miss Kathrccn Dooley who is an at the E K L Asylum has returned home after a two weeks visit to her Mr and MrsP Dooley Rev CS EHis Misses Knapp West and Bruce attended the South District Association at Harrods burg last week as messengers Mr and Mrs J S Armstrong and Mrs Edgar Flippen who have been guests of Capt F J White and wife left for their home in Dallas Texas Misses Martha and Helen Gill gave a delightful tea on last Thursday in honor of Mr and Mrs R D The house was charmingly Mrs James Dudderar and Bessie Yantis of Stanford spent several days last week with Mrs Alex West and attended the party Miss Bessie Lear A large crowd is spending a time at Crab Orchard Springs The fare is fine and the waters never heifer Spend a time at Crab Orchard Springs and you will be greatly bene fittedMr and Mrs Horace Herndon the past week in honor of Mr B D Herndon and bride The house was tastefully decorated An elegant supper was served and pleasant time enjoyedMiss Alice Walker who has been spending the summer with relatives will return to her home in North this week She will be accom pooled by her cousin Miss Alice Wai ker who will spend the winter with her Nicholasville JournalMisses Lillie and Mattie Mae Leavell of Bryant ville will leave the first of September for Texas where they have positions to teach the coming scholastic year Miss Lillie has tile position of vocal instructor and Miss Mattie will have charge of the art department Louisville CourierJournal Last Sundays New York Journal the photographs of three Louisville girls one of the number being Miss Christine Bradley formerly of They were published with fourteen other photographs under the caption Americas Autumn Output of Debutants That Will Surprise Prince Henry of Prussia if Re Should Visit Us This Fall The paper says Alnost coincident with her debut was the announcement of the engage ment of Miss Christine Duncan of Kentucky daughter of former GovWO Bradley to Dr John Glover South of Frankfort Quite as much as for her beauty Miss Bradley is noted for the extraordinary gentleness and graciousness of her manners Mr Juo S Armstrong who has been enjoying a months at the home of his fatherin law Copt White In this city returned to home in Dallas today Mr A is at the head of the Armstrong Packing Co the largest establishment of the kind in the West and the vacation proved of o guest officer Pumphrey today evening Hern- don entertained Carolina contained Lancaster Bradley where who Louisville most DirsC ugenia bars parents decorated given by delightful rest up s great benefit To him He is a most successful business man thoroughly posted on the important affairs of the country and it is a treat to be his He is never so happy as when helping some fellowman buthis many acts of charity and are never paraded before the In kindheartedness public company LOW i a rar rara ramrararawsxr Our PRICES Canuot Be DUPLICATED r Q We offer I Surries Road I Lap Robes Q r Buggies I wagons Harness etc so chew p thatoth ers will to figures Come us prove this as 1 Iour Isection not attempt meet let r4 r Y Q= i ROMANS ELUQ1REIil rl IiIJIiIJ jiiJIil rIJW iiIM ti J Y ih F i1t ua A FLYING TRIP A Few Items Gathered at Washington and Otheit Points Along men say they have experienced as heavy travel all over the country as there is today cheap to summer resorts to gether tare to the Fair has the cost of travel lower ever before The day coaches on all trains are crowded ing car reservations must be made at least four days in advance This in creased travel has filled Washington City with visitors and the hotels are constantly crowded and many turning people every day Washington has so many places of interest that no mutter often a person has been there he can always find something new to innerest and instruct Our visit being on business of a private and The Record office demand tug erery minute of our time we only twentyfour hours but managed to see many people well known in Lancaster and Kentucky One of the most important posi tions in Washington is that of of Internal Revenue There is no little work big pay in this and if any man thinks it is a cinch badly off in his idea Matters in volving thousands of dollars are decid ed by the Commissioner almost dai ly and questions which would puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer are to be passed upon and that too without the usual time to take under consideration which courts have Yet the Hon Yerkes who holds this position has made an enviable reputation his promptness fairness and gentleman ly bearing having made friends of all who have business in this department Although burdened with work and giving much time to the interests of his party he always finds time to talk with visitors and is absolutely free from that air of importance Big I Little You that too often creeps over one who occupies a position of importance No man in Washington stands closer to President Roosevelt nor enjoys more confidence and respect than Yerkes and in case of Mr Roosevelts reelection we look for him to be offered about biggest and best plum on the official tree He is certainly entitled to the best as be is truly a clean politician The most popular young in the city is Harry Giovannoli private secretary to Commissioner Jno W Yerkes He stands in with the prominent officials being a close friend to the presidents secretary and in fact every body of any conse quence How is it we asked one of the that Harry knows so many prominent people and has so strong a pull up here Well said the scribe in the first place Harry is a natural born gentlemen a man of exceptionally fine intellect and knows just what to do what to say and what not to say Thats one reason and then just because its Harry He has been offered many good places on leading papers in the east while he has had a standing of fer from the papers in this section of the country ever since he went to WashingtonThe C 0 Railroad is carry ing a tremendous lot of passengers but the superb service and unlimited equipment enables the throngs to be carried with all comfort and This is decidedly the best route to take when going Eist or to the many summer resorts in the Virginias The trains are the finest in the States the dinning car service the most complete and the running time the quickest Mr Geo W Barney passenger agent at Lexington is untiring in his efforts to please and accommodate the public and if you will telephone him he will see that your tickets and sleeners are all arranged The C 0 runs through the prettiest portion of the mountains and sight seers are doubly repaid bya trip over thissuperb route One of the most popular men in the War Department is O C Pearce or Obe as he is known here in his old home He holds a position of and is known and liked by one in the big building Obe served with the Sixth Infantry in the Spanish war and his gallant service and abilitywon promotions until land ing in his present place He has married since locating in Washington two children now adding happiness to his pretty home HARKSBDRY Mr Robert Fox attended the Fair at NIcholasville Thursday Mr Perry Tuggle returned last week from a 10 days trip to St Louis Messrs Dick McGrath and Robert Route are in Somerset this week H D Aldridge sold 45 bushels of oats to H Bogie at 32cts per bushels Dr H C Herring andson Fisher of Lancaster were guests of Mr T 1 Her jTng Sunday Several from here attended the Sap tist at Buckeye Tuesday and Wednesday All are cordially invited to attend tie teachers Association at Rice Acf adeney School house September Mr and Mason Pollard are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a little son Aug 26 The little one has been named Mason H t Bee S P Martin of Sbepberdsvllle win preach at the Fork church Sunday morning and evening Every member of the is earnestly re quested to attend these services LOST Thoroughbred buck lamb Left my place Ang Will cbar gQ6 and be very thaakfalfor a tlon J WUiii fyf ylgZa never low whilesleep away Commissioner doesMr Kentuckian newspaper men convenience United properly responsibility II N ext the Liner Railroad The rates with Worlds made than how nature remained his Ja- W the division every Association Mrs Pay Yard nit h o t Business and Bargains Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son White corn for sale at Marksbury Son your Eggs etc to Wards Grocery per dozen more than Northcott Feed oats for sale at Marksbury Son We will have the best variety ol seed wheat for saleMarksbury Son The Danville Steam Laundry wash everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts New stock large fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf Wanted 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for etc to Marksbury Son Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont to see us before buying Marksbury 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 special prices for cash on car 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 715 tf J T Williams Sons White or yellow corn for sale 820tf By Banks Hudson Timothy and Blue Grass seed for sale Banks Hudson Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed rye recleaned for sale 8 20 Banks Hudson For Sale 800 bnshels of Yellow Fultz seed wheat recleaned Walton Moss Phone in residence 8 19 Gt Nor 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 Stylish new fall hats at the 820 tf The Logan Dry Goods Co as 16 Sept 13 and 27 See J E Stormes forliteraturc rates and infor mation via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf For sale pair of No 1 2 yearold mules strictly good ones in every 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 FOP Rent For 1905 One farm containing 241 acres and nine room dwelling and tenant house Two stock bains and tobacco barns well watered and well fenced Situat ed li miles from Lancaster on Buck eye pike For further information ap ply to H C Jennings 8 193t Wanted to rent a farm Pay cash rent E C McWhorter Lancaster 9 2 tf Phone 130 A safe family horse suitable for women and children to drive 826tf J C Hempbill Try Heekins KlnHee coffee at Wards Grocery The best yet 2t A nice fresh line of fancy candies can be found at Wards Grocery Dr Hugh Murray of Danville wit open an office at Fox Studio Lancas ter and will be there every other Fri day beginning Friday Aug 19th Ifyou have not beec able to receive glasses that give you perfect satisfac tion be glad to have you call or if you suffer with headache nervous ness etc if the cause is from defect ive eyes they can be perm nently re removing the cause and na ture will do the curing 8 22 The Great RockIsland have very low round rates to the West and Southwest First and Third Tuesday in each month Parties a trip to Indian or Okla hams Texas or point West North west or South west can get information and literature from J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf Have your examined Dr Hugh Murray Lancaster FridayAug 26th Fox Studio If you suffer with headaches granulated lids etc Dr Hugh Murray Lancaster Fox Studio Friday Aug 26 826 The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round trip tickets to California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good turning until Oct 23rd Also low one way colonist rates to California and the North west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf If you have been unable to find com fort in reading eyes aches after read ing call on Dr Hugh Murry Lancas ter Friday Aug 26th Fox Studo 826 We are importing this direct from the very best Hya clntbs Tulips and other Bulbs which and drsssrd lumber for sale Baylor Ho tzclaw Crab Orchard 2t I have allkinds of rough and dressed lumber for sale at prices Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard Flaa Dame Jerry rwill stand him for season 1904 Money due when rendered F Price 8t Barley Seed fir 1 have soaaetNo I B Seed for AddreerfJ Walker Poles 94 y forget 820 Indian respect For Sale Frlcosystems t consult readyIn t the SI 2 t load contemplating nervousness rep f sir for service Salk solos Wade y BUGGIESAND Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Brosuiiummmm- mmmmmiuiummmmmmmmmmiumm Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTS DRUGGIST nrnrrtnrnrnnrnrnrn School- Books nrnnUrmm y e LEWIS Y LEAVELL President t t t t t t IIII t t ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold To Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY Presldtmt JOHN E STORMES Vice Prtst S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird WC FishVice Prest Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 I f t i I I I i Equipped Sank Th BanI of Br9 ntsv ll ants1illeJ Kentucky i 2 ELWoods Prest Kemper II I t 1 The Well ljr 000 0000000000000O01 493 Q AOm0 0000 00000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOmO d WG r IDIRJCCm RS M COY RGGUYN WOODS FISH J w B C D L FRY ARNOLD J 8 BURROWS- E L WOODS R L Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance DOLLAR B B KHXJE tea j YAH LAW EL W JEWELL ONLY ONE WHt YI hui Ns Nx 1 J S ROBINSON Vice Prest i 1I+ Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II f If you have only One Dollar to spare send it to n MM MB And an account to which you can add or withdraw at wherever you be Any sum from SI to will be accepted 1Ilk Inm CO anytime See NewBooklet Ode BAlI aria seat Applbcatloa ea All accounts in this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the Inter est Is added January and July and compounded CkamV at Commerce Bid Cincinnati O J I1 R1b I IrmI l I y y a Y ht f I 1rw 6 weaK or Sick woo are invited to Consult Doctor Pierce bg Letter FREE The offer of free consultation by letter made by Dr Pierce affords every sick woman an opportunity to obtain the opinion of a specialist on her condition without or fee Think what that means For more than thirty years Dr R V Pierce has been treating and ctt the diseases peculiar to women As chief consulting Y by his medical staff of nearly a score of physicians Dr Pierce has treated and cured hundreds of thousands of and sick women The success of Dr Pierces treatment is proved by the fact that fortynine women out of every fifty who have followed his advice have been perfectly and permanently cured behind it a specialist of Dr Pierces skill and success No similar institution of national fame such as the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y with its medical staff of nearly a score physicians every man a The largest ever charged by a physician for consultation cannot buy a better or more than Dr Pierce offers All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly con fidential and the confidences of women are guarded by the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr Pierce and his staff in personal with women at the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Buffalo N Y Address Dr R V Pierce ImvaNds Hotel amd Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y 11 L r ia roo ng physician to the Invalids and Surgical Institute Buffalo- N There is no similar offer of advice has offer puts at the service of women the entire facilities of an youfree S I BUCKEYE Mr Mike Kennedy and wife of Preachersville visited Mrs J D Dlck erson last Saturday and Sunday Mr Jasper Bogie and wife who have been living in Indiana for the last two years are visiting relatives here We are to have a new bank at Buck eye in the near future The capital s ock is to be The plans have been perfected for its erection Miss Potts of Richmond is visiting Miss Ida Potts near here Mrs Irvine Simpson near here is quite ill at this writing The many friends of Mrs Mike Ray are glad to hear of her recovery Mr L B Ray and Misses Cordelia and Ruth will spend next week in Lexington In Praise Clininberluln Colic Cholera and IHurrltocn Remedy Allow me to give you a few words In praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr John Uamlett of Eagle Pass Tex I suffered one week with bowel trou ble and took all kinds of medicines without getting any relief when my friend Mr C Johnson a merchant here advised me to take thie remedy After taking one dose I felt greatly relieved and whan I had taken the third dose was entirely cured I thank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the hands of mankind For sale by Frisbies Drug Store Safe sins are the most dangerous ones A Boys Wild flied for Lite With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes mow sleep soundly every night Like mar velous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles 50c and 100 Trial bot tlesfree at McRoberts Drug Store 1m 15000 I I I j I t 4 4 1 I On a trip through the South recent ly we noticed that many of the planta ton owners on laying by the corn crops sow cow peas between the rows of corn This in no way interferes with the corn crop but serves to smother out the weeds and retain the moisture After the corn is cut the peas make good grazing and nothing can be raised that will act as a better fertilizer Wouldnt Kentucky do well to try this The wouid cost nothing and it would likely be Advo cae Emergency Medicines It is a great convenience to at hand reliable remedies for use in of accident and for slight injuries and ailments A good liniment and one that is fast becoming a favorit if not a household necessity isChamberlaius Pain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays the pain and causes the injury to heal in about time usually re and as it is an antiseptic it prevents any danger of blooft When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treated before mation sets in which insures a quick recovery For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m farmers experiment profitableDanville onethirdthe quired poisoning a S 4 have- scasi infi Four Tons of nutritious hay per acre can be obtained from I t Ce v0 Mm SB Also descriptions of Winter Turf Oats Dwarf Essex Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Improved Seed Wheats Alfalfa Grass Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Our brawl Blue Ribbon Seeds highest quality obtainable WOOD STUBBS CO LOUISVILLE KY Ths finest Winter and Sprint ture crop besides being the largest ioidlng forage aop for Fall A full description will bs found In our Free Fall trademark Ses I r c psi zowing I pI seethe 6 I RESOLUTIONS precinct in magisterial district No i district2 All who are residents of said county and said and election of meet iz Each can uuuurui uaiiob used inevery precinct except the precincts where a justice of a Peace Is to be votedfor ballot shall also contain the name of the candidates for said officeJustice of the Peace 6 The preclnt ballot boxes and all returns shall be made to the Chairman of the Committee at the court 1905 7 elec candidates shall be assessd to supply said deficit than one candidate for any one office for which shallbe printed shall be determined by lot No registration as yet been held under the general electionlaw in the purpose of primary election Secy W G GOOCH Chm Adopted by the Garrard county Democratic County Committee heldat Lancaster Aug 6 IIJ04 Be It resolved by the Democratic county CommIttee for the county ofGarrard and State ot L That a primary election be held on Saturday the 8th day of October1904 between of U oclock am 4 oclock p mln each andor the voting precincts at the regular voting places In6arrard county Kyand also at the same tIme In each fur the purpose ot selecting and nominating candidates of the democraticparty to be voted at the 1905 fur the folio namedCounty ofilces vlzl 2 County Court Clerk 3 Justlce of the Peace In Magisterial 1 who are legal voters or who will be legal voters at the November election1905 be permitted to vote In preclnts3 Each candidate for any office tobe voted fur at this primarywho desires his name printed on the ballots for said shall depositwith the chairman of the democratic Committee on or Jre 12days before October 8th 1904 for the purposeIng the expenses of election the following sumsdidate for Attorney 875 County 175 Justice of the peace InMagisterial No1 and said deposit shall constitute noticeto the committee of the desire of the person same to become a candidate to be voted for In said primary election for the office which he designatesand for which the was called 4 Each candidate qualifying as above setout shall on or before thetime required law wIth the chairman of the County Committee a1st of qualified persons whom they to act as officersSaid election shall In all held as required by law for theholding of regular primary elections and a shall be In Lancaster Ky In thetime required by law and on the next day thereafter the County Committeeshall meet at the court house and the the result andcertify the names of the successful to the proper offices to beunder the device of the democratic party on the at the Novembertion In the event there Is a surplus defraying the expenses of said primary it shall be returned to those by was paid InIn the same proportion It was paid by them and Jt there Is deficit then the 8 In the event no more this primary is called shall have complied the before the date of saidcommittee soon as possible meet and declare such of Lancaster same be for the oe a fr 825 desire 1 house canvass 1 after a conditions herein im12 election thushall as candIdate thu officeSCity shall not required in said city s UiUANTjJVlLlVE Mr James English of Burkavjllp is here on business Miss Jennie Burnside is in 8t Louis attending the Exposition Mr Will Smith of Burgin has been visiting his brother Mr J M Smith Madame Rumor says that one of our most popular society girls is soon to be marriedMiss Ballard will leavejn a few days for St Louis to attend the ExpositionThe lodge met Saturday night to see if it would be possible to reorganize one at this place Miss Pauline Arnold who is at Herrings school house spent from Friday until Monday at home Mrs Johnson who has been seriously ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Fletcher Ison is very much improved Messrs Hogan Ballard and Hugh Tomlinson will leave in a few days for Lexington where they will attend State College for another year Mr and Mrs Raymond Haselden of Lancaster and Mr Joe Haselden of Lexington spent Sunday with their parents Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden Mr W H Pettus is in Cincinnati where he is buying his fall stock He will be joined in a few days by Mrs Pettus and they will go to St Louis to the fair The Christian Alliance of Beuna Vista met here Wednesday evening in the club rooms Quite a number wens present and all enjoyed the very much Mr Swayzee of Louisville has been here for several weeks in the interest of the Equitable Life Insurance Co He has been writing quite a number of policiesMr W Y Hogan are in Lex ington visiting their daughter Mrs W T Woolfolk and also to attend the annual conference of the Methodist church which meets there this year Mrs Mae Steadman is in the city buying her fall millinery She will be home in a few days and solicits the patronage of her friends and Mrs Steadman will have an experienced trimmer Compulsory Education The last legislature enacted a law governing all first second third or fourth class towns regarding compul sory education All children living within the bounds of said towns ages of six and twenty years are compelled to attend some public or private school unless a reasonable excuse can be given Parents falling to comply with this law will be fined from 5 to 20 for the first offense and from 10 to 50 for each subsequent offense The law also provides that the Board of Education governing these towns shall elect a truant offi cer whose duty it shall be to keep a daily record of children who do not attend school and report same to the school board of such cities or to the superintendent each day Parents who will not send their children to school will now be compelled to do so unless there be a most plausible excuse Dangerous Tongues At the hand of a thief or a few of us in life suffer even But from the careless tongue of an enemy we suffer most says the Jessamine Journal No human being can live a life so pure so true so fair as to be beyond the reach of malice or immune from the poisonous of envy The insidious attack against ones reputation the innuendoes slurs halflies by which jealous mediocrity seeks to its superiors are like those insect that kill the heart and life of a mighty oak So cowardly Is the so stealthy the shooting of a thorn so insignificant the acts in their seeming that one on guard against them It is eas ier to dodge an elephant than a mi crobe A Power Tor Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Phil yot of Albany Ga says During a attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are cer I Creditors Notice e All claims be barred Those to tate will teach- Ing meet- Ing acquaintances between murderer indirectly emanations loathsome parasites method poisoned separate bil- Ious EMcRoberts All parties the estate at Si nor In the time required by law saidDillase settle at once j ru snot having claims against of Dr A deceased will present cproperly veritled as required iw to undersigned 924t AENGLISH WTHOOAN Admrs The Guarantee Protects You irmioRa Does Rot Care Dyspepsia B E McRobcrti will return Money When you buy a box of Mio na naturess cure for dyspepsia have McRoberts to the following guarantee This protects you absolutely against loss should the treatment fail to cure you GUARANTEE I hereby agree to paidon return of the emptythe nnrfln a months treatment one who has dyspepsia indigestion headaches or specks the eyes or form ofliver and stomach troubles should take advantage of this chance to be returned upon de mand R E McRoberts give a positive guarantee with box show ing most conclusively his faith in this remedy to cure dVtepi or stomach troublesThis two Soc boxes or l i you for tell inc that faiie guarantee a Why toil so when a Gasoline engine will do the hard work Tell Conn Bros your troubles and they will do the rest 92 We have two Traction engines portable engines suitable for or Hay Bailer Will sell to suit purchaser Conn Bros 0 2 For Sale some boards 8 2tf J W Sweeney Oppressing truth never suppresses it A little faith is worth a lot of When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other effect For sale by Frisbiess Drug- Store 1m There is no sacrament without Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens of Versailles O For years he was with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicine gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Com plaints Only 50c Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs pneumonia is that of Mrs E Fenner Marioc Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tlrely of the cough strengthened my lun s and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by R E McRoberes 1m The Stomach Im the Man A weak stomach weakens the man because is cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first rostorng health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach cannot di gest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dysgepsia Cure digest wheat you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membrances of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by R E Mc Roberts lm Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Fair Otter made By R E IncRoberts To All Suffers From Catarrh R E McRoberts is selling Hyo mei on a plan that has caused talk amongst hiscustom ers The plan is different from that by other remedies but the remedy itself is different also This treatment for the cure of catarrh has such an unusual rec of cures to its credit that R E McRoberts offer to refund the mon ey if it does not give the desired benefit This is certainly one of the fairest offers that can be made and any one who has catarrh and does not take advantage of it is himself or herself an injustice Do not suffer any longer with smarting burning eyewater ing troubles that afflict those who have catarrh Hyomei will cure you but if you should not find it adapted to your case R E McRob erts will return your money Farm fop Sale For sale fine farm located in county near good schools and churches one mile from Paint Lick consisting of TWO HUNDRED and TEN 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 flowerpit and good orchard near house This farm is under good 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 is a very deslr ble home For luther information address Box 164 or Mrs E H Ballard Stanford Ky 826tf Deputy Clerk at Bryantsvllle R A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Clerk for is located at Bryantsvllle prepared to take acknowledgements and all legal documents Listof Claims The following list of claimes were presented and allowed April Garrard Fiscal Court and the same is ordered to be paid out of County Levy 1904 Arnold Thoaat baBlg on road 9 days A fcKtpBEdfwkMrif SM btrQ G14IlUHIIC1- 1Hlllto r W Uuiti nh1fo g l U first class I feeling unpleasant services troubled caus- Ing Gertrude considerable lord doing tickling Madison ACRES and ci I a It n o tw Sh uhn Lro itiJiid o and- o reader U 5 as 4 followed a ds onTerm I Os roiici C days r I Anderson John E haulgon road 4 days C 00 Allen E Imnlg on road 2 day 3 00 Anderson W P hauls on road 2 days 3 CO Anderson J hauls on road 000 Adams Amy Imulg on road 1J days 2 25 Adams Will haulg on road 1 day 1 50- Asljlel Hiram road 2 days 3 00 31 G baulg on road 2 75 Adams Wm banlg on road 3 days 450 Acton medical services 52 50 Adams Jack sheriff of election 2 CO Dr W M medical service SO 0 Bourne Klnnaird hauls on road 6 days 9 00 haulgon road 1 day 1 0 Bourne JimWade haulg on road day 75 hanlg on road 6 days 9 00 Bourne J W hauls on road 2 days 3 00- Inrdett H hauls on road 2 days 3 75 Bourne J B hanlg on road 4 da e C 00 Bourne R C lumber acct 4 79 J A baulg on road 3 days 3 00 Burton R L hanlg on road 2 3 00 Ballard Clarence baulg on road 6 days 9 00 Ballew Frank col haulg on road C dys 9 00 haulg on road 4 days COO Baker I M haulg on road 6 days 9 00- Broaddns Cronley hanlg on road 1 day 1 50 F haulg on road 2 days 3 00 BowilngG hanlg on 9 00 Burke J H haulg on 6 00 Bryant Mack haulgon road2days 3 CO Bowling G A clerk election 200 Brown W H sheriff lection 200- Bnoton Judge of election 2 00 Brown John W clerk election 2 00 Bourne J P committee work 1C days 48 00 Same sitting In court 8 days 24 00 Carter J Slumber acct 13 17 Clark Robt haulg on road 3 days 4 50 Clark Win hanlg pn 4 56 Crawford Jame hauls on road 3J days 5 25 Creech John baulg on road 6 days 9 00 Conner Gco haulg on road 3 4 50- Collet A D tiaulg on road 6 days 9 00- Collet Mat haulg on road 1 day 1 50 Campbell Wm haulg on road 1 days 2 Casey Will hanlg on road 6 days 9 Conway It I haulg on road 6 days 9 00 Casey James baulg on 9 00 Gotten Sam haulgou road 3 days 450 Cornelius Huston baulg on road 1 day 1 ISO Collet Wm haulg on road 6 days 9 00 Christopher Wm haulg on road 3 days 4 50 Cegar John haulg on road 2 days 3 00 Carrier W S banlgon road 4 days fi 00 Gotten Sam haulg on road 2 days 3 00- CarterFM clerk election 2 00 Clark James sheriff election 2 CO Christopher Judge election 2 00- Donahue John hanlg on road 6 days 9 00- Denny Wm baulg on road 1 days 2 25- Dortoii Mose balling on road 3 lays 4 50 Duncan Joseph hanlg on road a days 3 00 Duncan IM Sr taking care elect booths 3 00 Duncan Sam hanlg on road 5J days 8 25 Davis Floyd baulg on road day 1 50 Dean Harve hanlg on road 3 days 5 25- Dlckerson Ed haulg on road I day 1 50 Less haulg on road 2 3 00 nncan baulg on road 2 days 3 00 avls Sam haulg on road 4 days 6 00 oty John F haulg on road 6 9 00 21920 Same extra offices 7500 Same stationary 1000 Duncan Jno clerk election 2 oo Dunn I M 16 com work 48 oo Same setting in court 8 days 21 oo- Dcutou R K Judge of election 2 oo Doty Judge of election 2 oo Easly J H htulg on road 1 day 1 50 Elliott Dr Wm medical services 93 oo Ford Tim haulg on 9 oo Frisbie F P acct 1892 Judge of of election 2 oo Ford A D acct as Co Judge 43 oo Same stationary 10 oo- Oabbard Daniel hanlg in road G days 9 Green Clarence hang oh road 3 days 4 5o Green James hanlg 5 25 Grow Earle banlg on road 6 days 9 00 Grow WT hanlg on 9 oo- GeaTeam S hanlg on road 3 days 4 So Gaffney Wm fixing election booths 4 00 Galespie Salem baulg on road 1 days Gay B F hanlg on road 3 days 4 50 Grow Geo haulg on road 2 days 3 00 Galespie Bat guarding small pox patlnt 15 oo Henry Jno haulg on road 1 day 1 So hanlg on road day 75 Harber Less haulg on road IK days 2 25 lIam Ben haulg on road 2 days 3 oo Heudrickson Joseph baulg on road 1 day 2 25 Humphrey Walter hanlg on road 2 day 3 oo Hendrickson J G banlg on road 6 days 9 00 Hendron Sam hanlg on road 1 day 1 So Hurt haulg on road 5 days 825 Humphrey Wm hanlg on road 2 days 3 oo Hurt Wm Sr haulg on road 6 day 9 oo hanlg on road 2 days 3 00 Hoskini W C haulg on road 6 days 9 oo Hoskins Ed hanlg on road 6 days 9 oo Hurt Smith hanlg on road 6 days 9 00 Herring Tom hanlE on read 4 days Goo Hampton John haulg on road 3 days 4 Henderson Mack hanlg on road 3 days 4 So Henderson Gaines hanlg on road 3 day 4 lo Higgins Jerry acct acting const ible 11 00 Henry JR Sheriffs election 2 00 Higgins J F Sheriffs election 2 Hamilton 50 Johnson Dr W M medical acct 7 So Same 6 So Johnson Sam hanlg on road 6 days 9 po Johnson JT elk election 2 00 King WT hanlg on road 6 days 9 oo- Klnnaird Dr J A medical service 21 oo Kirby Kirk Judge of election 2 oo Lawson W L Exofficio service 75 oo Same acct sheriff lie So Land Prank hanlg on road 1 day 1 So Lawson E D hanlg on road 3J days 5 Lackey W L banlg on 7 So Long Sam hanlg on road 3 days 4 So Ledford Jessie lumber acct 3 oo Taylor hanlg on road 1 day 1 So Marsee Noah banlg on road 4 days 6 oo Mayfield Allen banlg on road 1J4 days 2 25 Marsee Wm banlg on road 4 days 6 00 Montgomery Earnest banlg on road 3 S 25 Morgan Green haulg on road C days 9 oo- Merrlman John haulg on road 5 days 7 So Masters Sidney hanlg on road 2 days 3 75 Moody George hanlg on road 2 days 3 oo Morgan LonU ploughing on road X day 75 Moore Champ coffins paupers lo 35 Morehead Wlnt col on road 6d 9 oo Noah Judge election 2 00 Marsee John Judge election 2 00 McClanahan Dave haulg on road 2 day 3 00 McRoberts R E acct 43 96 McCreary Arthur haulg on road 2 days 3 00 Naylor I F haulg on road 1J 2 25 Napier Crit banlg oh road 1 day 1 So Naylor Perry cleric election 2 oo Noel Wm Judge election 2 Scott Dennis hanlg on road 2 3 00 Scott Ed hanlg on road 2 days 3 00 Sanders Loyd banlg on loads days 4 So Shepard hanlg on 4 So Shepard Chas hanlg on road 2 days 3 00 Skinner Albert hanlg on road 3 4 So Scott Wm hanlg on road 3 4 So gtapleton Robt banlgon road 2 days v 3 00 Smith B guarding Small Pox patients lo oo Simpson Ed hanlg on day 1 So Spilman Jim sheriff election 2 00 Sadler Wmhahlg on road 3 days 4 court 14 oo Same 3 days sitting In court 9 00 Scott acct pox 28 10 Prather Sam hanlg inroai 5 doya 7 So- Vrather Jos banlgon 4 So- i Prewltt Carroll haulg on road a days 3 06 o 6 haulg on I das Dr J Ceo Ji Bourne F J days R C Broaddus B days road 4 days R I road 3 days days road 6 days A T I D ty das Joo W days IDoty J A acct Xd G road Frisbie C W 00 road days z 2 25 lnlett J N Ji Wm Jr Hurt Wm Jr J W Xxofficlo road S days Leavell Marsee days days 3 days days days 50 Stapp W small 8l5 r r I Ald Bur Bro Bra io D 1 I I diye ridge ar nett addus tton ain roadS 0 6 days road 0 days Less road road i I P 7 days IL road 3 days PQllZdOSQb55lg0i0543diy1 a I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottle contains VA times tha trial size which sells for 50 cents E C DeWITT c COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster K cURE PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OP C wr2rewj Pence Homer haulg on 9 00 Pollard Geo haulgon road 3 4 50 Pierce Frank haulg on road 2 days Slime viewer on road 3 00 Same carrying chain 1 oo Sam hanlg or root r days 7 5o Prather Llge baule on road 4 days G oo Rutherford baulg on road 1 Co Tives haulg on road S days 4 5o Pointer Green baulg on road 2 days 3 oo Ferklns K baulg on road 2 days 3 oo Carrole damage on road 20 oo Pitts Joe pauper coffin 4 5o- PratberR rJudge election 2 oo Parson R F Judge election 2 oo Posey J II clerk election 2 oo OhearnTbos haulg on 7 5o Joe A baulg on road 6 9 oo toss Morris banlg on road I day I So Rankin Tom road 1 day 1 So A hanlg on roadGdays 9 oo i M haulg on Tool Ruther haulg on road 1 day 1 5o lamscv James haulg on roadGdays 9 oo Raluey Wm haHlg on road 2 days 3 oo Rose G B haulg on road 1 day 1 So Ross David acct Jailer 428 5o S clerk election 2 oo sheriff election 2 oo Ross Joe A damage on road 55 20 Thompson G W banlg on road 2 days 3 oo Tuggle W P haulg on road G days 9 oo Thompson H L baulg on road 1 lay 1 So Thompson T W haulg on road 5J days S 55 Thompson II L hauls on road daos S 25 Todd C II Imulg on road days 4 So Thompson J T clerk election 2 oo- VanJurpool J M Imulg 1 days Wheeler John baulg on road 2 days 3 oo Wayne Elisha hanlg on road 6 days 9 00 Weeks WG baulg on road days 4 oo Same hanlg on road 4 days Goo Wheeler Kent haulg on road 1 day 1 50 Wells 8 days committee 21 oo Same 2 days court 4 oo Same G days court 18 oo Walker medical service 25 oo Woods Jno A Judge election 2 oo 2 oo Walker A K Judge election 2 oo Walker John Sheriff election 2 00 Wheeler Wm damages on road 55 20 Yeakey Fred road 1 day 1 5o ATTEST J A DOTY Clk Garrard County Court The following claimes against the county were presented and allowed October term 15 03 Garrard Fiscal Court and the same is ordered to be paid out of the County Levy of 1004 viz Anderson Terrlll 4 days hanlg on road G 00 Anderson Geo W acct for cedar trees 5 00 Arnold Cloy 1 lay haulg on road 1 50 Austin Leon acct for engine 2 J days 12 50 Bogie Jasper 3 days haulg on road Barnes Faulkner 4 days haulg on road GOO Burdette COns days hanlg on road 525 Ballard J days Imulg on road G 75 Baker II B 1 days hnulg on road 225 Broaddus Wm G lays haulg on road 9 00 BlouutS H guardian best hrs dmage on road 1000 BnrncttGraut medical acct smallpox 121 00 Bourne J P 10 days committee word CO 00 Same 5 sitting in court 1500 Bennett W B damage on road 1S9 00 Brown G A viewer and damage on road SI 00 Broaddus Lizzie damage on road S2 4i Collier Moses Inquest on Spratt 750 Same Inquest ou Carrier 710 Coldiron J W 4 days haulg on rood GOO Coldiron Will 2 days haulg on road 300- i Conn Wm G days haulg on road 9 CO Clark Ed 1 day hauls on road Chapel Tom 1 days haulg on road ISO Criscilless Crit 4 days haulg on road 6 Geo 2 days buulg on road 300 Coldirou J Lj days lnmling on road 75 Clark Francis 2 days haulg on road 300 Cochran Sam 1 day viewer on road Cbesnut T D 4 days liuulg on road GOO CornmJuo damages on load Denny A D todays haulg 225 Donahue Jno3Jf days hanlg 487 Durham Chas G days hanlg 900 Doorts J E viewer 1 day 150 DunnI M 13 days committee work 39 00 Same sitting In court 5 days 15 00 Doty J A acct vs county 246 70 Frisbie F P acct to date 5018 Ford A D account 62 60 Fox J C damages on road Furris R M viewer 100 Gray son Jus days haulg 4 50- Gastiueau J G 4 days haulg G 00- Gastineau Robt 2 days hanlg 300 Grimes Will Henry days hanlg 6 00 Graham Ben 4 days haulg GOO HammJ PC days banlg 9 Hendricks Wm 2 days baulg 3 00 Hill R M 4 days hauling GOO Ilardin Jas damage on road 19 93 lumanDoc Ji day on road 75 Josliu Wm 3 days hanlg 450- o Johnston day Electten com 200 Kavanangh Mont G days on county road 975 Land Vm Perry damage on road Lane D L 3 days hanlg on road 450 Lawson election cause 2 oo Same sherfff acct 114 80 Lackey Jobn damage 177 G5 Marsee Joel 6 days hadlg on road 9 oo McRobert R E acct to date 78 S3 M ties Alex house for holding court 14 00 Morrow EW attending clock 2500- i Naylor Amll 1 day haulg on road 150 Pollard M H 3H day hanlg on road Parks L D 4 days hanlg on road 6 85 Parks J B 2 haulg on road Parks days hauling on road 900 Rout MFC days hanlg on road 9 oo Ray putting up election booths 15o 3 So Respass Jerry viewer 1 day 1 5o Ray J D 2 days hanlg 3 oo Ross David acct Jailer 189oo Robinson Curt 4 days baulg on road Goo Ray Raymond constable acct Goo Stapp Forrest days Same sitting In court 1 day 3 00 Smith RL damage on road Stormes J E acct 1227 Slier Mat keeplnghoundi 15oo Shearer Ide 2 hanlg 3 oo 3 oo Scott Marshall 4 days hauls Goo Speaks James 3 days hanlg 4 So- Simpson hanlg 4 So Scott Denney 6 days hanlg 9 oo Button John 6 hanlg t 9 oo Button Harve 4 baulg Coo Stowe Wm damage on road Sharp Lenard 1 day hauls 1 So 2 oo Stlfall viewer loo Turner Willis 1 hanlg 1 So Waid Dennis 3 hanlg 4 5o W H 3day haulg 5 25 Walker T Bl day banlg 1 So- Worrell Tom 6 dayhanlt 9 oo Walker acct V4 Goo Woods John W 4 hanlg 6 60 Wells cases 4 oo Same sitting In conrt 1 day 3 oo- ATTEITJ A DOTY Clk Canard County Court I days Zoo Preston I dy Preston road 5 days Ross days haulg on Rice J Rice roadS days Ray G 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Corni r that your medicine a wonderful blood At least It done a for me Will you send my lather four bottles T Send the m to ado O Yours ANTHONY U NIXON lastor M K Churcb Manufactured only by i LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO McRoberts Drugstore v disease CURENO af o I feel Is purIfier I i t4l Ii OntlemenI want say that baa I 4 S THE CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky Sept 2 Mrs Charley Croucher who has been sick is about well again Mrs Annie Prewitt and children of Illinois are visiting her father here Our Sunday school is progressing at Freedom Praise the Lord E G Creech was in our town last Sunday visiting his father and moth erJ P Prather was here on business last week and all were glad to see the clever old gentleman The Rev Mr Foley attended church at Freedom last Saturday and assisted in conducting the services Mrs S W Creech has returned home after a visit of several days to her children In Clay county Mrs W H Sebastian has returned home after a pleasant visit to her and other relatives and friends in IllinoisWillie Prather who moved to Indi ana a year ago with his family have returned and will make this their fu ture home Brother Pike filled his appointment at Freedom last Sunday at 11 a m and Sunday evening at 3 p m The Satur day afternoon meeting was changed from 3 oclock to 2 The County Teachers Association will meet with our District school the 2nd Saturday in September at church All are invited to come and bring plenty of dinner that all may eat and be happy BEUNA VISTA Miss Myrtle Ruble visited in Boyle last week Miss Anna McDowell of Jessamine has been visiting Miss Virginia King Mrs Sarah Spoonamore and son James have returned from a visit to relatives in Boyle Miss Bertha Christopher is visiting Miss Eleanor Brogle of Nicholasvllle and attending the fair Rev Wilburn preached bis last ser mon here before Conference at Mt Olivet Sunday morning Master Robert Ruble accompanied his grandmother on a visit last week to relatives in Pulaski county Miss Edna Jackson who has been the guest of Miss Lillian Poor has re turned to her home in London Miss Lucretia Skinner of Lancaster and Mrs Julia Skinner and family of Nicholasvllle spent Sunday with the family of Albert Skinner Rabbits to be For the first time rabbits will be protected this fall as it will be against the law to hunt them for a couple of months after the middle of Septem her It will be all right to snare them or catch with dogs as the law allows that The law is really for the of partridges as it was found that many per sons who pretended to be hunting rabbits were really killing birds Kentucky Ranks Fourth Kentucky holds the fourth position among the States in amount of reve nue collected its total for the year being 2117573252 The tbreeStates which exceed Kentucky are Illinois 5246427159 New York 26 375125 88 Indiana 24 10237198 The next State to Kentucky is Ohio 21091 41631 This district reports 2645 32973 collections for the year ranking third in the State 1904 NINA sister Freedom protection y cooed B Stands for Bread and very good bread if the bread is bought at Currey Davidsons h To Have a Good Town The most prosperous town is the one where there is the greatest evi dence of local trade says an exchange It doesnt require mansions and great lawns and trappings of wealth to make town or city but order cleanliness and the evidence of civil pride are an absolute essential The neat clean well kept home with the evidences of personal interest clean streets and back alleys free from rubbish the things that may be pos sessed by all save the really unfortu nate are the things that go to make a town inviting and upon which pros perity measures rest PREACHERSVILLE Several from this place are attend ing the Baptist Association at Buck eye this week Rev R F Jordan and J S Ragan left Tuesday to attend the annual confer ence at Lexington Mrs Maggie T Hobbs will leave in a few days for Elpaso Texas where she will reside in the future J J Thompson Is building a brick ell to his dwelling When completed he will have the best dwelling in this countryJames H Thompson bought from D M Andersons his bay in the stack for 40cts per hundred J T Hutcbins sold 5 heifers to J C Fox for 2300 W H Brown sold a mule colt to Price Bros for 887 50 Rogers sold a horse to B T Lunceford for 8750 Richard Pettus sold some sheep to J C Fox for 200 per head of Bryantsville passed through here Sunday with 30 nice work mules which he bought in the Archer of Burgin is vis iting friends here this week J B Hutchins wife and niece Miss Cleo McDonald was visiting Rev Wm C Hutchins and family Sunday Miss Kate Payne has been visiting her brother and family for a few days D M Anderson has from the Worlds Fair and reports a fine timeLenard Nave was visiting his fath family last week Faulkner Kennedy was visiting Rev Andrew Johnson near Crab Orchard Sunday Mrs H Cummins was able to visit her son F F Cummins and family one day last week John Rigsby and family were visiting Lewis Bell at Crab Orchard Sunday Mr Frank Grose our vetinary is getting all the work he can do W II White has postponed going to the Worlds Fair for the present Graded School Opening excellent teachers It is taut that parents send their children on the first day in order that prompt classification of schplars 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 ments to pay in advance the following tuition 1st 2nd and 3rd Grade 900 4th 5th and 6th Grade 1200 Grade 1500 Children must their receipt after being graded We want a full opening and it is the earnest desire of the trustees that this mav be the best year in the history of the Schools patrons must upon E W Harris af Wm Herndon Chm8 19 J B Kinnaird Secty a J P B F Patton mountainsMrs returned rs surgeon openSeptember 7th gradedand as 8 tol2th Bast Route to VVoai fale If you are going to the Worlds Fair why not take the advice of those who have made the trip and get the best line of travel There are seveal ways to go but before deciding on your trip ask those who have gone over the different lines learn the comforts and discomforts and then take the best If you do this you will choose the Hen derson Route You can leave Lan caster at 1030 a m go direct to Lou isville and there get a sleeper which puts you in St Louis bright and early next morning You have had a good nights sleep and saved the trouble and annoyance of making a drive of twelve miles to a neighboring town losing a nights rest to do so 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 can get elsewhere you leave your own home in a comfortable train and have every comfort known to railroad travel If Lancaster did not have these accommodations a mighty howl would go up and as we do have them and it is the best route why peo pIe seek more outoftheway travel is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and patron ize your own road tf WHAT IS INSIDE Of the Worlds Fair and How to see It at the Least Expense The Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering for free distribu 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 pense The booklet contains information of such value that all prospective to St Louis should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds arrival in St Louis how to get around the grounds to the best the most economical plan for touring the Exposition things of im portance to see in St Louis together with many other valuable pointers a trip of this nature are only some of the many points covered in this complete booklet It is something you should have be fore planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky FirstClass Rooms at St Louis Tne question of rooms at St Louis has been giving prospective visitors much concern but The Record can di rect you to a most delightful place We refer to No 4350 Maryland Ave a large boarding house run by Mrs W C Lindsay and In which Mr Geo L Gar rett traveling passenger agent for the Henderson Route is interested It is situated on the principal street car line running to main entrance of Fair grounds and also convenient to portion of the city There are three boarding houses and two leading cafes within a stones throw where first class meals can be 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 T P A Henderson Route Louisville for fur ther particulars tf WmHerndon G B Bwinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormea drug store Whats A Name Everything Is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that Is a for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for genuine Sold by R E McRoberts Im Love is the great power that levels I I visitors regarding tt business obtained Garrett DeWIttsthe up upon advantage Ia t ONLY Daily and Sunday DEMOGRflT FOR THREE MONTHS This will cover the Presidential Campaign which promises to be one of the most exciting in history Subscribe NOW and get all the news W P OUT IN CALIFORNIA The Triennial Conclave of Knights Tem are going Its a There no doubt but good Americans dEsire to see the vantage of the 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 Je OOOOOC 100 WALTONLexington will be held in the early is Golden State some time Heres an opportunity Is there to your COOOOO exceptionally jlTickets on Sale input Rates from your home town on request GEO H LEE o p A Little Bock Ark H I McGinns Dist Pass Agent Gin O 15 to September 10 For Congress- We are authorized to announce Hon George for as candidate Congress auoject to action of the Democratic party Hon Adam Lincoln county ban been by the Prohlbl tl nlata as their candidate for Congress He Is in the race for last November on this ticket nearly 1000 votes For State Senator- We are authorized to announce R L of Lincoln as a candidate for State subject to action of the Democratic party For County Attorney- We are authorized to announce R L DiVDi ON as a candidate for nomination for Count Attorney subject to the action of the party We are authorized to announce J E Robin son as a candidate for nomination for Coun Attorney subject to action of the party J A BEAZLEY UNDERTAKER Arterial awl Cavity Embalmiag Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street lust above Presbyterian church Phone 111 G Gilbert for e Hubble I o n 4 PRII Beazley Den Ollci over Thomp ons store DlDynle Ie II nominated one of the leading citizens and farmers and poled Senator Democratic Democratic w S BEAZLEY G C do We have received the HANDSOMEST MILLINER Ever shown in Lancaster Also a large tine of the Prettiest Veils to be found iu Central Ken tucky Low Prices and Correct Styles 000000 00 0000 RPIERES GOLDENMEDICAL DISCOVERYION THE BLOODIIEaIUNGSl 4 5 1 5 Saille0Tllleti-