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RECORDFXFTKESTIl 1JBAlt LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 NUTKBXR 4 f q r 0 I st t a CENTRAL i 1 l iIWJJtSTlPW a iPure Water INSURES I jj To keep your cistern 1 free from leaves birds nests I bugs and J trash of all kinds use Cash or Installment 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 to JA Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business The Dove Season is On We ate ready for the Sportsman with a sup ply of both and Double Barrel Hunting Coats Caps Leggins Jackets Shells Smokeless and Black Caps Primers Wads Etc i fiood ealth re m m rni4r I Filter 8J R HASELDEN Jt t Hamilton Dunla R Law GunS Powder 40 R1J8nnin SPaintLicij e 1 f n L i l new Single 0f Local Interest Go to meeting Lay in your coal Summer about gone The vagrant law is o k Oysters will soon be ripe School took up Monday Fall fishing promises to be good Everybodys going to the Worlds Fair nicks predicts a long cold winter L3ts kill him The chain yang did some good work about the streets Garrard is sending big delegations to the Worlds Fair The Nicholasville Fair last week was a complete success The big Sells Forepaughs circus at Richmond Sept 21st The Bryantsville Lodge is organized and will soon be at work Plenty of watermelons yet on the market Cheap and good The Masonic Lodge will work in second degree Tuesday night The Cincinnati Sunday Excursions will soon be a thing of the past The grape crop was tremendousand many gallons of wine were made There are about three hundred enrolled at the Graded School The Bastin people have telephone connections with ail important points The W C T U Library in Stormes flats is a good thing Help it along fi Wesley Sutton sold to Wm Lillard of Boyle fourteen 1150 pound feeders at 4ic Judge M D Hughes is running a candidates mirror in the Interior Journal Put the urchins in school and thus decrease the crop of candidates for the penitentiary Louis Leaven the colored attorney was arrested and jailed at Lexington charged with forgery Somerset gets the car shops and Editor Seph Campbell is as happy as a boy in his first trousers The floater is figuring on the graz ing being long and tender from now til November next Poor candidates Somerset will be the leading city of the mountains the railroads pay car depositing the stuff to make it so The Flying Dutchman was moved to Kings Mountain Tunnel Tuesday night but will be brought back in a few days The Danville city council has franchises for electric light plant and street railway line cars to run to Junction City Rev C F Oney was sent to the local Methodist church for the ensuing year Dr Pearce being assigned to the The City Council has ordered sever al more water plugs two additional ladders and a lot of other equipment for the tire department The Graded School is the place for the youngsters and a barrel stave a good argument to get them to attend regularly O G Speaks who was robbed while returning from St Louis has heard nothsng of his wad His pocket was picked while he slept on the train The plant of the Dilehey Brick Co burned at Friday loss about 2500 The company will rebuild at once and has enough stock on hand to fill all contracts The ladies are looking forward to the millinery openings with as much anxiety as a child waits for Husbands are becoming correspond ingly restless At the state meeting of the C W B M in Lexington Miss Brown of this city was reelected as chairman of the State Lookout Com mittee Corresponding Secretary L The Camp Dick Robinson last week for Mrs Owens by real es tate agent Peel of Wiimore brought 15120 there being 215 acres Harvey Dean of Jessamine was the purchaser The alarm of fire broke up many good baths about ten oclock day night It was caused by a slight blaze in residence of Mr Kurtz next toW AiBerkeles on Stanford street Damage small Miss Pearl Aldridge our accomplish ed and indefatigable Marksbury cor respondent brought The Record force a box of the largest and best peaches grown in this section and dell clous plums all of which were highly appreciated The frame house on Stanford road owned by Clay and Hamilton and occupied by Oy Daly Jr burned lion day hoop It was I J liJ iJ ill sl ill m ill ill 8 iJ m m pupils ffi ill m ill m ill m ill n il 11 II monthly granted I some f St Danville church well season Danville Chrism Liz and places Sat Wilt about pasty T ed as zle old ur a lob Y when the alarm reached town but neighbors got outmost of the Being out of the city limits the hose carried on the wagon would not reach the property SleepWalkers Mishap Arthur Thompson a and popular young farmer who on the new Danville pike met with a very serious mishap a few nights ago lie is afflicted with anddrcaming his house was on tire jumped from a second story window the fall shattering the in one leg He tell on a pile of rocks and received many other bruises and cuts Good For Somerset The Queen Crescent shops at both Lualow and Chattanooga will be consolidated and located at Somerset This will put many thousand in the hustling city and that be the point of in terest and business In this section of the State The railroad company purchased 200 acres of land adjoining their already large possessions and work will be commenced in a few days To Observe Holidays In accordance with his regular cus tom Mr Jacob Joseph will close his store next Saturday the I0th in ot the Jewish New Year the 5665th The store will close promptly at 6 p m and remain closed until 6 p m Saturday Mr Joseph observes the day in the strictest and under no circumstances not even In case of fire will the doors be opened He will close again on Mon day the 19th to celebrate the Day of Atonement further notice of which will be given in next issue Heavy Loss for Mr Armstrong The smokehouse of the Armstrong Packing Co Dallas Texas was by fire last week entailing a loss of from 10000 to 15000 The Dallas the gallant work of the tire department saved the main plant valued at 250000 Mr Arm strong left Lancaster the day of the fire and had reacned Louisville when he learned of the loss As stated in our mention of him last week he is a man of progress and will soon have the burned buildings replaced His many Lancaster friends were to learn of the loss Dying a Slow Death Those people who fought teeth and toe nail are dying about the hardest death we ever saw AH kind of mean things are said about the plant and we are satisfied many earnest prayers are offered for the complete failure of system But the plant I a success its here to stay it will be paid for and stand as a monument to the industry and ener gy of those citizens who succeeded in Croakers would confer an everlasting favor upon the ty by crawling a hole and pulling the hole in after them Kind Words For Ye Editor The Harrodsburg Herald the sober did paper published by Messrs Pulllam Hutton is kind enough to publish a picture of Mrs Landram and the of The Record adding these words Mr Landram publishes the Lancaster Record one of the and best edited papers in the state He is President of the Kentucky Press Association and is regarded as one of the brightest and ablest members of the Southern press Mr Landram is an Elk and has been Master ot the Masonic Lodge at Lancaster for successive terms and recently sent out a very unique souvenir to the members of hislodge It was a min iature lambskin apron appropriately inscribed with printers Ink and had blue ribbons for ties The Mule Market Elizabethtown News The are now beginning to buy mules to feed this Fall and Winter Mr B B Park received a carload Monday from the eastern part of the State Kimball and Kennedy received two loads Sunday from Gallatin Mr Bod Wed nesday for Kansas to purchase 150 head The supply in this county is short and as Elizabeth tovm is the best mule market in the State what supply there is in the county Is being held at high figures Judging from the early demand for mules probably be a scramble among the feeders to make the purchases this fall and there is a prospect that the prices will be somewhat high Prof Postld Makes Assignment The community was greatly surpris ed Tuesday afternoon when it was re pDited that Prcf K FPojtle the ware man had made an assignment for the benefit of his creditors As in a recent Issue of The Record Prof Pestle wanted to close out the stock in order that he may move to California for the benefit of his health and this together with other business complications him to take the step that he did He tells us there are ample assets to cover all and his creditors will lose nothing We regret exceedingly that Prof Postle is to leave as he is an hon est upright Christian gentleman the kind always ready to work for that which is good jfor the community He is absolutely from mossbackism and always ready to take a leading part in securing Improvements for the town The assignment was made to Attorney Joe B Robinson who at one to close out the stock resides sleepwalking workingmen observance destroyed News says distressed waterworks fife getting ed- Itor st seven stock- men car Tennessee Warfield left hard stated liabilities contents weil know s mean Somerset Friday ma- her fit common into cleatta threw wit caused tree a s tt i ill es Will Meeting at Presbyterian Church The protracted meeting at thePres byterian church is being largely at tended Services ae held at 10 a m and 7 p m Joe Hopper preach ing at each service Uncle Joe as his host of friends address him is In remarkably good healthnotwitbstand ing his advanced age and his elo quent loving appeals to mankind to take up the cross and walk in the straight and narrow way having a good effect upon his hearers Uncle Joe was born in Lancaster and the old town and its people His fre quent references to older citizens are very touching Tile church has been wen filled at each service and a most cordial invitation is extended to all to come Uncle Joe does not believe in driving people into the church but uses sound argument and persuasion making the plan of salvation so simple and plain that children can readily see its importance If you have not done so go hear this gallant old sol dier of the Cross Graded Schools Open The Lancaster Graded Schools open ed their doors Monday morning the attendance being unusually large The teachers are much encouraged with the outlook which promises much good from the term With such a splendid school and superb it behooves every parent and guardian to see that children are en rolled and made to attend every day Speaking along this line the Win Chester Democrat says in many instan ces an education is all that parents can hope to leave their children and they should see that no opportunity is lost that this education may be the best possible It is a sad commentary on our schorl system that of the that are in the primary classes only a few graduate and these are nearly all girls For this the parents are nearly entirely responsible In some instances the boy has to quit he finishes the course in order to support the family but all during the school term boys are sitting in the streets in idleness who should be school The greatest enemy to the jail and Police Court is the public school and while ideas and sen timents of sobriety honesty and in dustry are being inculcated there is little room for the growth of offense and vice Let the parents work in hearty accord with the School Board and teachers and our school already one of the best will become a greater power for good in our community LABORERS ARE FEW Abundance o f Work and Good Prices Offered but Reliable Help is Scarce Within the past six mouths half a dozen farmers have rented out their farms in Garrard and moved into town When asked the reason therefor they say the question of getting help is so serious and causes so much trou ble that they had rather give up the farm than be annoyed with the dou ble trouble of finding hands and being annoyed by the inferior work done One farmer said he believed there were not over seventy five or one hun dred reliable hardworking darkles in county and from complaints we he is correct The trouble is not only in securing men but is much more serious in securing women as cooks The negro women will go the country and very few in town will work A fair example is given in a little conversation we had with a farmer We were asking about the hemp crop and he said Yes Garrard is about the best county in the state and nearly every acre would be planted with it but for the fact that it requires so much handlingand we simply cannot get the men to do it When a machine for breaking hemp is invented and may the Lord hasten the day we will make Garrard famous the world over for not only the quantity but the quality of hemp produced in her borders but my son with trifling hands and only a few to help raise it it is a proposition entire ly too deep for me I can scarcely keep a woman to help about house to say noting of hands to work in the The Record in speaking along this line recently stated that man of the colored men had gone to Ohio and Indiana Since that time many more have left and you can almost count on your finger tips the ones who be depended upon There are hundreds of lazy goodfornothing fellows who lounge about all day and steal all night but they toll not neither do they spln What will be the final outcome is plain to see and that is the law must be more rigidly or the oldtime whitecaps organize and the cowhide We Ready We have just received and are open ing the largest and most stock of Fall and Winter Millinery ever brought to Lancaster goods were purchased in the leading cities and we can you exact duplicates of all the leading patterns Our open ing will announced we would like for you to call and the before stock is broken Marvel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson its Announcement 1 am pleased to say to customers that 1 have the prettiest mil finery and can show TOO all very latest creations in upto date wear I have all the various styles and patterns the most attractive and handsome to be found where see then before the is pinked OYtr Jobs U loves advantages hundreds before attending believe to be nt use are my any qi lien I are the not 4emp producing Sold can enforced later see Fall ever the stock w ya i CIRCUS EXCURSIONS Unusual Opportunity for our Citizens to Forepaugh and Sells Great Show From present indications this city and community will be practically de populated on WEDNESDAY SEPT 21 the date when the great Adam Fore paugh and Sells Brothers Enormous Shows united will exhibit at Rich mond of local people have ex pressed their intention of grasping this unusual opportunity to see the greatest of all American Circuses and they will see many acts never be fore presented Just a partial list in eludes Porthos who on his bicycle leaps a chasm 50 feet wide Dlavolo who loops the loop on a blcyle Cyclone ascending perpendicularly by the Devils Chimney the Lecussons the famous French family of wonderful equestrians the Hungarian Magyars in singular emotional dances and wild ly strenuous acrobatic performances the renowned Aurora Zouaves most marvelous drilled soldiers in the world Then there are over a halt hundred celebrated clowns three great herds of trained elephants the greatest number of polar bears ever seen in one collection fourteen fullgrown Artie beauties All lines of travel will offer specially low rates and the day will prove the biggest holiday of the Year The agent of these lines of travel will furnish all necessary information as to time of trains and rates of fare There is one thing certain and that is that these excursion arrangements will enable people who live here to see identically the same show as seen by those who live in the metropolitan cities TIMELY ARTICLE Editor Harry Sommers of the Elizabeth town News Writes Splendid Arti cle on Timely Subject Every town and community has its croaker a man or woman who finds fault with everything and everybody who are constantly telling you what some one else has said regarding your self when the fact is they are the guilty ones who have put the report into circulation Next to good deedscome good words person who has so schooled as to know when to speak to speak and at the same time has a kindly sympathetic nature is sure to receive a hearty welcome wherever he goes by a happy law of compensation keeps the store of per sonal sunshine from exhausting itself fortunate indeed is the person who possesses means to give material assistance when others are in need and who knows when to give it With out such person at best is difficult would be intolerable for many who having received at a critical a little assistance that enabled them to surmount their difficulties are able to go on as happily and well as their followers It has been said again and again that few are so poor in purse or so lacking in strength that if they but look about them they cannot extend help to others It is fortunately true that acts of real charity do not belong exclusively to the welltodo but find their expression more fully perhaps than any where else in kindly acts that people of small means perform for one another This spirit of help fulness is found in the sparsely country and in the crowded districts of great cities Every community has its good angels dearly beloved and honored Those who do good deeds may never be known be yond the circle large or small in which they move but their helpfulness be bounded TLey themselves can form no estimate as to how tar the influence of their offices extends It is equally true that the person who speaks good words cannot begin to roallze bow result from them Words convey the good wish the kindly advice and encouragement The person who makes his words tell for the happiness of others may have little to say but when be speaks be puts his best self into what be utters person who has almost abandoned hope is often stimulated to fresh and successful exertion by a brief sentence from the lips of one who understands him It is a case where one soul ex tends its strength to another soul that has weakened and lifts it over the hard place The common prattler or babbler has nothing in common with those who through their words seek to make felt their own good will which when others are in time of trial is like food to the hungry body The poorest man or woman may speak words helpful to the richest There is no monopoly in kind words The person never speaks them either is devoid of noble qualities or else boundless opportunity of making himself of use to others Republican Mass Convention Pursuant order of the District Committee it that convention at the court house in Lancaster Ky on SATURDAY SEPT 10 1904 m to select delegates to the held in Nicholasvllle Ky on September 14 1904 at 100 p m to nominate a repub lican candidate congress for said The representation of this convention is to be one vote for each one hundred votes and a over ifty cast the Hon William Mc Kinley for President In 1900- B H Jtotaon OwlrwaB i see Scores E himself and bow settled tenement I much may neglects toan ordered amass beheld ail J developed moment cannot The who oclock district convention tube for district fraction for 6 rGo Itl6twtut Gl4tt ciloowii one spare dollar should not fail to closing out saleYou will be surprisedto how far it will COMPANY You are cordially invited to attend the Grand Opening Sale In our Merchant Tailoring Dept An experienced Cutter from Cincinnati Will display the most and latest fabrics for FALL and WINTER apparel September and 10 f LOGAN P r Anybodywho attendour go Loan Dry I 7I I IIi I I I The GLOBE CO I on H i r Goods TAILORING exclusive Get In The Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co THEY MUST MOVE Fall stock will soon begin in on us and we in which to properly show our elegent and IMMENSE STOCK goods in stock now go AT YOUR PRICE Joseph Mercantile 60 INCORPORATED iVo ffatji 1 Q 2 1 ill HII I MOS Q I fAll 2 II 61 I I I At ijW IJiJf MIAtfJtW1I Buggies j Wovo cwumvwaooowawmo b I IF 0e Qp 0 D000000000 VWV HarnessI Robes BUggies Carriages Surries and Runabouts are Fully Guaranteed for Style Finish and Price See our line Just se curing some fine stock for Fall trade I I t I HASElDEN F OUR new L and ROBINSON ChNTRAL RECORD Jssiited Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster KydtS- econdClan Matt MaUer Lancaster Ky September 9 1904 One of the outrageous and un just laws on the statute books of Ken tucky is that inregard to libel per mitting little contemptible law suits against business men and newspapers Under the present laws if a makes a mistake in printing an item no matter how promptly that error is corrected the party concern ed can go into court and put the edi tor to trouble and Expense We have never heard of judgment being giver against a newspaper where the editor had made the explanation but we know of many cases where editors have been put to trouble and expense by these suits The trouble is not so much from the law as from the fact that every town has one or two little unprincipled jackleg who watch all these things immediately rush to the party and make him believe that money can be obtained The truth is such are 4 course he is constantly on the lookout 9 for them The press of Kentucky 8 any other class of people or institu v tions and it this law were taken off Q the statute books enabling the edi tors to speak out and let the people 0 know what is going on without dan f ger of being sued by some culprit or thief then the people would see how Y quickly the press would bring before them the true light on many matters which cannot be mentioned for fear of annoyance from a suit brought thro 1 the efforts of some little 2x4 lawyer A who more than likely needs to be in the penitentiary Under the present 4 law the press is muzzled and while Y there is not an editor of our acquaint human being yet it the newspapers V are not permitted to air public wrongs A how in Halifax are the people to know what is done by those elected to at 0 tend to public affairs or what is going A on to the detriment of society and the 4 community in general What is need 0 ed is the modification of the present libel law and the placing in the penl tentiary of some lawyers who sneak 0 around and draw people into law suits A Any lawyer who will stand around Q the streets and solicit business 0 will come pretty nearly taking the off a mans head The respecta ble and Honorable class of lawyers Q should take in the weeding out of the scalawags in the profession and if they will assist in removing A the muzzle from the press the news paper men will aid them materially y in getting facts before the people 1 which will cause the public to steer clear of the scalawag attorney 2nd I in this way freeze him out of the pro L fession The making of a will that will hold legally is said by all lawyers to be a very simple thing this notwithstand ing the fact that wills are constantly being set aside by the courts The ease with which such documents are drawn perhaps leads to carelessness on the part of those who make them especially It numerous bequests and specifications cause them to be long and complicated Apparently the shorter and more specific the will the more likely itis to stand The case of Mr Tilden will remain long as an object lesson showing the risk even a trained and cautious lawyer takes in drawing HP a long and elabo rate testament Mr Weightman a rhiladelphian who died a few days ago is said to have disposed of his vast property estimated at 00000000 or more in 200 words on a single sheet of paper No contest is suggested in this case and it any wouldbe heir should try to have it set aside it would probably be for other cause than the form of Its expression Still with all the uncertainty that seems to invest such instruments it is an extremely small per centage of them that come into litigation and it Is wise for possessing even a small amount of property to make a will and make it at once Every one has preferen ces as to the final disposition of his belongings and even if his bequests should have only the value of he owes it to his friends and to himself to designate where they should go A trifling gift thoughtful ly specified in a will often eases a heartache and leaves a pleasantmemo ry of one who has gone Promoters of the big encampment of Knights of Pythias held in Louis ville a few weeks since are up against a deficit of eight or ten thousand dol lars The big event failed the expected crowds that traveled miles to see the Templar Conclave there three years ago Many lodges have been formed patterned after the daddy of em all but like wet weather springs they flourish for a time then sink into the dim and past The Lexington Herald is printing some excellent editorials in regard to the rapid progress of the Kentucky press and the high standing the pa pers are attaining It points with pride to the rapid weeding outbf the blackguard and mudslinging type of editors very truthfully contending that a newspaper as well as a man can be a gentleman It is so dry In sections of Grant county that the frogs cant croak This reminds us of the Fleming coun a too per moat I 41 and all the jackleg lawyer gets and of does more to upbulld the state than Q ante who would malign slander hat interest t t historic everyone souvenirs toattract forgotten c its i newspaper petty layers E or 0 6 9 even w y lUiau wnuse 8u became so thin dur the drouth that he had to soak htr JH over night before she wottJd slop Notwithstanding the fact that the presidential election is near at hand ther e seems to be little or no interest displayed The orators will soon mou nt the raging stump however and the fur begin to fly We people out acre in the brush will be by the 2x4 orator who in shinglelifting tones will tell how the country should be run It was always amusing to us to hear a backwoods stump speaker tell how the affairs of the government should be conducted The Louisville Times voting con test created more excitement than a presidential election The Times by the way is about the best paper and with a hustler like Bob Brown at its head can easily give all competitors spades and win In a certain town down in South ern Kentucky an AntiGossip Socie ty has been formed The report dont say but it is a foregone that the organization was made up in a deaf and dumb asylum They have a new drink in Kansas that is composed of hard cider and water It is said that one glass makes a man ready frolic two for a fight and three for the un dertaker Owensboro is the most promising town in the South Within one week two murderers were sentenced to hang Hurrah for Owensboro STONE 0 W Mitchell is in St Louis taking in the Pike Col James Parks bought stock last week from various parties in this sec tioc Protracted meeting is in progress O P Stone and wife of Nicholas ville visited Mr and Mrs C M Mober ley last Sunday John and James Speaks have rented the farm near Paint Lick belonging to Miss Mag Patterson Mr F N Folger has had built an of 12 by 100 feet in order to make room for his tobacco Mrs Lucy Martin visited friends in Madison last week She was accom panied by Mrs C M Moberley Tobacco cutting is engaging some of our farmers just now F N Folger and E Osborn have a most excellent crop lames Todd and wife of PaintLIck attended the Baptist Association at Buckeye and visited their cousin C M Moberley The piece in last Issue of The flee ord written Woods of is interesting Clarence has the happy faculty of saying something nice about everything he writes What U Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it Is under strict law Abuse that law results Irregular living means 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 im Fox sold even males for 700 George Spangler was here this week Rain is badly needed in this local sty Ebb Scott bought a horse from Jim Nave Mr Charles Hawley of Missouri is visiting relatives near here It is reported that A K Walker has sold his farm to for 70 per acre W H Furr sold hs grist mill and engine to and Anderson of Rockcastle ccunty for 200 he also sold a cow and calf to Jim Baker for 30 and has for sale one mule colt and a span of two year old mules He put his arm around her waist And the color left her cheek And on the shoulder of his coat It showed up for a week Sold a Pile of Chamberlain Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty yeaS and it has given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can recom mend it highly Joseph McElhiney You will find this rem edy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m The best for your sorrow is care for anothers Buckles Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for cures It surpasses any other salve lo tlon ointment or balm forCutsCorns Burns Boils Sores Felons UlcersTet ter Salt Rheum Fever Sores ed Hands Skin Eruptions for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at McBoberts Druggist 1m There can be no education without inspiration When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other nnpleas ant effect For sale by Frlsbless Drug SKW x iiiv J V v vh r- r the hold afflicted published cardsand conclusion alcohol for a pastor addition by CE Richmond up J I even slightly pain de- rangements Drug Store J C J C Braples Holman g Linton Iowa marvelous III i fi soon FLAT WOOD Has e cure infallible i nt s v L Mrs J E Sherrow is very sick with f measlesHayes Raines sold a mule colt to Jeff Dunn for 70 MIss Bessie Ray of Buckeye is vis iting relatives here AI Sherrow bought a sow and pigs of Allen Ray for 14 J H Turner sold a nice buggy mare to J T Dunn for 125 Allen Sherrow sold 8 shoats to Hen ry Montgomery for 20 Gilbert Turner bought two calves of Mrs Allen Sherrow for 20 Miss Nell Morford of Danville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Mor ford Mrs Nancy Marsee left last week for a several weeks visit with relatives i in MIddlesboroMiss of Bryantsville was the guest of her aunt Mrs Wm Nelson last week Miss Mary Durham of Marksbury visited Miss Lucy Marsee Saturday f night and Sunday Mrs Tine Cheatham of Bryants vllle spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr J P Hamm and family Misses Linnie Moss and Bertha Simpson of Lancaster attended preaching here Sunday and were the f guests of Miss Bovesta Lee Turner 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 i house on farm and good 3 room cabin in back yard and all other necessary outbuildings including ouggy house jack barn small stock barn ice house smoke house hen house wood shed etc also flower pit and good orchard I near house This farm is under good fences and is well watered by good ponds never failing springs and has 3 I good cisterns on farm it will be sold worth the money and is a very deslra I ble home For futher information address Box 164 or Mrs E II Ballard i Stanford Ky 82Gtf R KINNAIRD INSURANCE I RepsentiniFollofini Companies Aetna s Queen Palatine j National y Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters J Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile I DOMESTIC I Atna Life Ins 1N1UltNE Cog ar Ilr oun Better Than Ever The Star That Leads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N J Kindly mention this paper Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Over made Ify K E lacRoberu T All Suffer From Catarrh R E McRoberts is selling Hyo mei on a plan that has caused con siderable talk amongst his custom ers The plan is different from that followed by other remedies but the remedy itself is different also This treatment for the cure of catarrh has such an unusual rec ord of cures to its credit that R E McRoberts offer to refund the 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 1 himself or herself an injustice Do not suffer any longer with fsmarting burning eyewater 1 ing troubles that afflict those who J have catarrh will cure find it I adapted to your case R E McRob erts will return your money JA Fair I i you but ifyou I our money doing tickling should not J k- r McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Those Bargains at McWhor ter and Estridges Spring and Summer Dress Goods Laces Hamburgs All overs at and below COST Bargains that you can not afford to miss These goods are not faded or shelf worn but of the very best quali ties and styles We sell at a sacri fice rather than have old goods on our shelves next season McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Dr E H MURRAY OphthalmologistF- or the past eight years we have been advertising that Nature and I by the True System of Healing which is called OPHTHALMOLOGY taught only at McCormick Ophthalmic and Neurological College could cure chronic cases of Headaches Indigestion Inflamed Eyes Styes Granulated Lids Heart Trouble Nervousness etc which are not diseases but merely functional derangement and if you are still skeptical call and I will give you names of some of my pa tients who are willing to testify to the above assertion Our treatment is simple rational and harmless as we take no chances We do not experiment use any medicine operation or the like We remove the cause and the great doctor Nature does the curing We claim lots but prove it by mathematics actual results and testimony of well patients We do not require faith or superstition on the part of patient All we ask is for them to follow our and if the results do not prove as we state we will refund the money fiJffXfYlij 0i SfiL JfiiL ill I I ID 0- m l 7RlfJJ lflirgl Zfffllg j I GOING RAPIDLY 1m I i 0 1 m l m0 J X l X 0mI fu fEJffi I TIW 1r llili I I I I fI Stomachand I I I I I I I instructions r p Q 4 Q ev 3 Chicago our EYE EXPLANATION If the eye had no connection with the rest of the human anatomy and was merely an instrument which af forded vision it would be folly to make such claims but when you take into consideration that the eyes are nourish by the same circulatory system that supplies the rest of body and through the Sympathetic Nervous Sys would cause functional disturbances of other organs When the eyes observe a threatening motion the whole body will dodge and is it not equally true that if you have defective eyes they demand more than the daily nerve supply that such a demand would weaken the re serve supply in the brain or overwork the producing machinery or both thus depleting the nerve force or sup ply so the other organs could not perform their function properly which would be as impossible as it would be a locomotive to pull a heavy train with a little steam Sightns as precious to you as life itself Hundreds of testimonials from satisfied patients are my best adver tisements which I would be pleased to show you Whenever you feel uneasy about your eyes do not hesitate to call and see me September 9th 1904 Dr E H MURRAY Ophthalmologist I i I led for 1IUIr i Fos Studio i 1 r f Frisbies Drug Store n i r rs The season for FALL PAINTING is here We are the exclusive agent in Garrard county for RAINBOW PAINT the very best Paint it is possible to make If you have panting to do come and see us We gurantee every gallon any FRISBIES DRUG STORE Get one at your price Studebaker and Birdsell Refrigerators at COST D you want the best Wheat Drill in use Then come get a Hoosier American Wire Fence the Best MOUNT ELKIN I I J 1r xr1 soGGIES II I I THE BEST CHEAPEST 1r C1 1 1 e 11rgo oo7o a o oovo U 7 wAGoNS toy I Q 0 PERSONALS Miss Alice Henderson is visiting Mrs E C Gaines Miss Cordie Hamilton has returned from Louisville Miss AllIe Arnold visited friends in Cynthiana Sunday Mr Jacob Joseph is in the cities lay ing in his fall stuck Miss Ann Hill has returned from a visit to friends in Danville Mr W B Burton has returned from several days visit in London Master Guy Watkins spent several days with Mrs J 1 Miss Edith Morrow leaves this week for Lexington to attend school Miss Maggie Haryey is visiting her aunt Mrs Will Stone this week Mr Douglas Merritt Champaign 111 is with his wife and children Miss Mary Thompson has been Miss Nell Bourne of McCreary Miss Mattie Thompson is with her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paine LickMrs A II Rice left Thursday for Louisville where she will reside in the furture Mrs Sid Isbell and little son Joe have gone to Bowling Green to visit relativesMrs and children of Kicho lasville have been visiting Miss Ada DickersonMr W 0 Rigney and daugh ter Miss Lena left Tuesday for the Worlds Fair Miss Mollie Forman of North Car olina is the guest of her aunt Mrs Joe Falconer Mr and Mrs R E Hughes of St Louis are spending several days with Mr W Miller Mr and Mrs R II Batson left Sunday for Cincinnati and Chicago to purchase fall and winter goods Mr Joe Falconer wife and little Joe Forman of Middleboro re turned home Monday Mrs Ware and h indsome little grand soy of Danville are visiting her daughter Mrs McRoberts Rev A H Ellis wife and little sor of Maysville are visiting his brother Rev C S Ellis Lelxngton avenue Mrs Richard Ware and little baby o and Mrs J R E 4r t visiting r4 y son f after a visit to her sister Lou Myers have returned to Danville Mrs J M Logan and son Willie Fox are visiting Mrs J P Sandifer in Cov ingtonMiss Dove Harris after spending several weeks with her sister Mrs Sim Anderson has returned to Lexington Miss Ada Dickerson returned Mon day from the Eastern cities with a large line of Fall and Winter Mrs Ann Arnold of Richmond is visiting the family of her soninlaw Squire Sam Johnston Richmond Mr Thomas Stone has returned home after several weeks visit to his daugh ter Mrs Ralph Arnold of Harrods burgMesdames Mildred Beazley and W S Beazley and little son William are spending the week in Stanford with relatives Mr and Mrs H G Poynter and two pretty children Mary and Randolph are visiting relatives in Richmond this week Misses Mary Martha and Helen Gill entertained very charmingly Monday evening in honor of Cora Ward of CincinnatiSaturdays Louisville Times contain ed a pretty picture of Lurena little daughter of Mr and Mrs J T Williams of this city Harrodsburg J M Bixler was called to Garrard county Wednesday by the illness of his sister Mrs Chesnut Misses Washurn of Louisville and Oakley of Tennessee arrived Satur day and commenced their duties at the Graded School Monday Misses Bessie Mae Lear Lillie V West and Flonnie Hammonds leave this week for Lexington to Hamilton College for the year Mesdames C D Waites J W Sween ev and little daughter Martha Ward Sweeney who have been spending sev eral weeks at Crab Orchard have home very much improved Mrs Belle Burnside has returned from an extended visit to friends and her daughter Miss Willie Belle of Monticello Miss Burnside has a very large class of music and is a very com petent Teacher A Paragould Ark paper prints the following concerning former Lancas ter girl Miss Mary D Yantis one of 1 Miss SallIe millinery avenue DemocratMr ente returned Paragoulds accomplished pian ists has acccepted a position as piano teacher in the Dexter Christian Col ege Dexter Mo Miss Yantis has been a student of the piano for the past six years and has taken a special teachers course and Is splen didly equipped for the work Besides well up in theory she is also an accomplished player and stands at the head in Paragould as a brilliant per formerMiss Anne B Royston one of our bright progressive young ladies who has been in the Chicago University during the summer has upon solici tation of her friends taken the rigid examinations required of teachers in the Chicago schools The examina tions are the strictest of any city in ohe United States and the fact that Miss Royston was one of the 138 suc cessful out of 550 who took the exam inations speaks well of her indeed She now has a life time certificate to teach in the Chicago schools For several years she taught in the local Graded School her work giving the greatest satisfaction A special from Lexington to Satur days Louisville CourierJournal says A wedding which was attended by much secrecy was solemnized here Thursday night in the parlors of the Lelaud Hotel the contracting parties being R I Burton of Garrard and Miss Cora Long of Madison county The bride is the daughter of John P Long a prominent farmer ol Madison arid it is understood that he objected to his daughter being married Wneoiihe couple applied for the license just be fore the closing hour of the Clerks of lice the groom made a special request to the Clerk that he tell no one about issuing the license as he did not want the fact to become known The Rev Preston Blake of the First Baptist church performed the ceremony and he too was asked to keep the affair a secret In order to further cenceal their identitythe couple registered at the hotel as being from Harrodsburg and it was not until long after the cer emony had been performed that it be came known who the couple really were Mr Burton is one of the best known farmers in Garrard county BEUNA VISTA Virgil Wilds visited relatives in Nicholasville last week Born to the wife of Joe Hamilton on she 3rd inst a daughter Ray King of Lexington spent and Sunday with parents Mrs Yenell of Chattanooga has been visiting her sister Mattie Green Mrs D B Jones of Lexington is the guest of her mother Mrs Mary Spill manWill Frost of Frankfort has oeen visiting his brother Lucian who is quite ill John Naylor has returned from a weeks visit to his sister Mrs Allen at Lexington Irvine Christopher and Bruce Se chrest attended the Nicholasville Fair Thursday James Spilman and W P a number of hogs to Lear of Lancas ter at about 5c Miss Irene Ruble visited Miss Elea nor Ruble last week and attended the Nicholasville fair Misses America and Willie Duncan and Mary Askins attended the Tea chers Association at the Fork church Saturday The public school building has been undergoing needed repairs School opened Monday morning with Miss teacher Mr S W Poor and wife John Ison Geo Barnett and daughter and Wm Christopher attended the Methodist Conference at Lexington most orseven Saturday Rublesold- r 1 being Dlittfe Dunn i cannot Our LOW PRICES BeDUPLICATBOSI I We offer Buggies Surries Road wagons Harness Lap etc so JH cheap 1 0 Robes i ss i Js4 thatoth ers will tempt figures Come let us prove this as not at m tom meet our m I m i sertlon ROMANS E1IJMOJ1 ill I iIIiII p 4 I S MANSE Rev Moffett of Lebanon was here last week Mrs Wade Walker spent Monday in RichmondAn daughter of Dower Parks died Saturday Miss Estill Walker has been with friends in Richmond Miss Mattie McCormack is visiting relatives in Richmond Miss Sue Higginbotham attended the Teachers Association at the Fork SaturdayMrs Lee who died near Powell last week was interred in the Cemetery here Mr Joe Elder and wife are expected to be the guests of Mr and Mrs Otley Burke this week Misses Fanny and Panthea left for Louisville Wednesday where they will visit Mrs Belle Henderson is at Brod head at the bedside or her daughter Mrs Ed Newland who has fever Miss Callowry of Eminence who has been the attractive guest of Miss Margaret Walker has returned home Miss Caroline Moffert of Lebanon has returned to her home after a few weeks visit to her sister WalkerThere will be communion services at the Presbyterian church here next Sunday There will be services here Saturday a m Emergency medlclaes It is a great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use in cases of accident and forsligbt injuries and ailments A good liniment and one that is fast becoming a favoritiif not a household necessity Chamberlains Pain Balm By applying it promptly to a cut bruise or burn it allays the pain and causes the injury to heal in about onethird the time usually re quired and as it is an antiseptic it prevents any danger of blood poison ing When Pain Balm is kept at hand a sprain may be treated before inca mation sets in which insures a quick If you have made money by selling your tobacco put it in the Provident Saving Bank Trust Company at Cincinnati it earn for you until the time you are ready to again make your purchases This bank has paid in capital of 50000000 and is managed by some of the fore most business men of Cincinnati WoodsStubbs Co Seedsmen of Louisville Ky are just mailing out their Fall Catalogue of Farm and Seeds which should be in the hands of every farmer who pays any atten tion to quality of seeds he uses Spec ial attention is called to their superior recleaned Grass and Clover Seeds Winter Turf Oats Improved Reclean ed Seed Wheats Crimson Clover Hairp Vetch Dwarf Essex Rape and many other new and improved varie ties of seeds which they handle A copy will be mailed Free on request tf That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY Mrs Towles Ie DrugStore andmake Interest M LAUNDRY 5 I LancasterKentuCkyAgent Garden iV Business and Bargains Please call and settle your 429tf Beazley Faris Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son I White corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for sale at I Marksbury Son I We will have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury Son The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby Currey Agts New stock large fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf Wanted 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for etc Apply to Marksbury Son Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont for get 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 make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Good gentle pony to ride to school Will pav reasonable price for the right kind Annie Belle Burnside Point Leavell 99 tf Our Ladies and Misses Slippers must go Call and see the great bargains we are offering in them 99 H T Logan White or yellow corn for sale 820tf By Banks Hudson Timothy and Blue Grass seed for Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed rye recleaned for sale 820 Banks Hudson One hundred pairs of Ladies in small sizes at 25 50 and 75c per pair The above slippers we sold from 3200 to H T Logan 99 FOP Sale 800 bnshels of Yellow Fultz seed wheat recleaned Walton Moss Phone in residence 8 19 6t For Rent At Once Ten room two story house Half block from the square on Danville street Suitable for Hotel Apply to 819 4t Grand Stylish new falFbats at the 820 tf The Logan Dry Goods Co Special low roundtrip rates to In dian and Oklahoma Territoy and Tex as Aug 16 Sept 13 and 27 Stormes for literature rates and via The Great Rock Island Systems tf For sale pair of No 1 2 yearold mules strictly good ones in every re spect Wm Royston Point Leavell 3t Seeds FOP Sale Timothy Clover and field Seeds of kinds Buy or sell call and see us tf Marksbury Son FOP Rent FOP One farm containing 241 acres and nine room dwelling and tenant house Two stock barns and tobacco barns well watered and well fenced Situat ed H miles from Lancaster on Buck eye pike For further information to H C Jennings 8 193t Wanted to rent a farm Pay cash rent E C McWhorter Lancaster 9 2 tf Phone 130 FOP Sale A safe family horse suitable for women and children to drive 826tf J C Hemphill The Great RockIsland Frico systems have very low round trip rates to the West and Southwest First and Third Tuesday in each month Parties con templating a trip to Indian or Okla homa Texas or point West North west or South west can get information and literature from J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf The Rock IslandFrisco System will have very low round tickets to California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good re turning until Oct23rd Also low 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 in reading eyes aches after read ing call on Dr Hugh Murry Lancas ter Friday Aug 26th Fox Studio 826 We are importing this year direct from best Hya cloths Tulips and other Bulbs which and drsssed lumber for sale Baylor Holticlaw Crab Orchard 2t I have allklnds of rough and dressed lumber for sale at right prices Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard 2t Fine Due Jersy Roar I will stand him for the season 1904 for 8100 Money due when service rendered Joe F Price B28t Barley Sled for Sale I have some No 1 Barley Seed for tale Address Wade Walker Point Leavel Ky 924t to Taxpayers I am now ready to collect taxes and you will save by calling and settllBg before the penalty fe added which will be done in a few lays Pisses call settle at pace V W L Lamp 8 G C accounts WantedPony Slippers 300 Jno See J E 1905 comfort readyIn money I tt M information apply one Netter and BUGGIESAND 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 Conn BrosiMiMiaiMiaiMiMiaiJttJtt jujuauiuiuiuiuuaiauu Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTS DRUGGIST LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK f Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Isooot SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNBY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold To Th Business Community lAte extend the accomo dations of a Strong and W Equipped ryantsville Kentucky The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Presldcit JOHN E STOHMES Vice Prest s C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex E Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird Prest WC FishVice Prest Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 School- Books t n IIII 1 to t f IIt It II II II At II It Th BanI of Br9dntsv i Asstcashr j 2 I LWoods WG Kemper I 4 tt 4tfNf VC sank O O09090000000 0000000000009000011 493 tQ OO CI- E u M COY RGGUYN WOODS S BURROWS FISH WOODS D R LARNOLD- J B J C E L DIRIDVPORY L PRY w Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceOur f ONLYONE DOLLAR L2O J VAN LAU l L L UOOEIPrigk I WVlealieelNe If you only One Dollar to spare send It to not x in do And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you be Any sum from 1 to f5000 will be accepted I have See Our New Booklet Commenced Business July We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us 1901 FlPil1 BY Mug Seat oa AppIIcatio All accounts In this bank are strictly confiden tial between the bank and the Inter est Is added January and July and compounded mt i m1Mftdi C- OClNlaIt eI Cefte Claelaaatl 0- f 1 f Blii S My FaceIs my fortune said the pretty maid of the ballad It is a mat ter of history that beauty has been the only dower of many a woman whose name has become historic But pn the other hand how many a woman of S large heart and noble mind has 5 been compelled to say My face is my misfortune There can be few greater misfortunes that 5 can befall a woman than to have her face marred by pimples 8 or other eruptions The cause 2 of these blemishes is found in condition of the I I an I S blood To make the skin clear the blood must be made pure Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood and entirely eliminates the elements which corrupt it It cures scrof ula eczema pimply eruptions brown spots boils erysipelas and 5 other disfiguring diseases which are caused by the impure condi tion of the blood- S For about and a half face was broken out writes Miss Carrie Adams of 116 West Main Street Battlecreek Mich I 2 a deal of with doctors and for different kinds of medicine but and obtained a bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Before I Golden Medical Discovery to any one similarly afflicted ell of 1824 Adeline Street Oakland Calif your v Golden Medical Discovery after I had been under the doctors care found no relief S motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make 5 He gains you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden 2 Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets invigorate stomach liver and bowels I received no benefit At last I read one of advertisements in a I had take one bottle of this medicine I noticed a and after taking Ithree bottles I was entirely cured I can well recommend Dr Three times I have cured of erysipelas writes Mrs Lolita Mitch Thesole Ithe little snore profit by the sale of less meritorious medicines u S due 0 O a a HaDeDIIaaSDODaaaaOSeIH Bill Nyes Cow Ad Bill Nye the humorist once had a cow to sell the story goes and adver tised her as follows Owing to my ill health I will sell at my residence in township 19 range 18 according to the governments survey one plush raspberry cow aged 8 years She is of undoubted courage and gives milk frequently To a man who does not fear death in any form she would be a great boon She is very much to present home by a stay chain but she will be sold to who will agree to treat her right She is onefourth Shorthorn and three fourths hyena I will also throw in a doublebarrel shot gun which goes with her In May she usually goes away for a week or two and returns with a tall red calf with wabbly legs Her name is Rose I would rather sell her to a nonresident 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 trou bled with Kidney disease and neither 3 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 Only 50c Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m Burning the ledgers will not balance the books A Boys Wild Hied for Life 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 B Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him Be writes sleep soundly every night Like 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 free at McEoberts Drug Store 1m anyone Complaints 1 now bottles attached 4 4 marvelous Married Drunkard Divorce An exchange prints the following A young woman in Iowa against the earnest wishes of her parents and the advice of her friends married a man addicted to the use of liquor He had promised he would reform that after they were mauled he would not touch a drop of liquor and she believed him A year of married lire was enough to dispel the illusion The husband drank deeper and deeper and sank so low that the wife felt that she could live with him no longer and applied to the Supreme Court for a divorce Her petition was denied the court informing her that having voluntarily chosen a drunkard for a husband she must discharge the duties of a drunk ards wife His tailing to keep a pledge of reformation made before marriage said the court does not justify you in deserting him Having knowingly married a drunkard you must make yourself content with the sacred relationship In Praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Allow me to give you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy says Mr John Hamlett 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 Power for 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 todk and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are cer tainly an ideal pill Sold by R E McRoberts lm Light is the only protection against darkness He cannot be sovereign who will not Refused aStoreA bil- Ious serve RESOLUTIONS Adopted by the Garrard county Democratic County Committee held at Lancaster Aug 6 1004 Be it resolved by the Democratic county Committee for the county of Garrard and State of Kentucky 1 That a primary election be held on Saturday the 8th day of October 1904 between the of 6 oclock a m and 4 oclock p in in each and all uf the voting precincts at the regular voting places in Garrard county Ky and also at the same time in each voting precinct in magisterial district No 1 for the purpose of selecting and nominating candidates of the democratic party to be voted for at the November election 1905 fur the following named county offices viz 1 Attorney 2 County 3 Jus tice of the Peace in Magisterial district No 1 2 All democrats who are residents of said county and said district and who are legal voters or who will be legal voters at the November election 1905 shall be permitted to vote in their respective precints 3 Each candidate for any office to be voted fur at this primary election who desires his name on the ballots for said primary shall deposit with the chairman of the democratic Committee on or before 12 oclock midnight 15 days before October 8th 1904 for the purpose of the expenses of said primary election the following sums viz Each can didate for Attorney 75 County Clerk 975 Justice of the peace in Magisterial District No 1 25 and said deposit shall constitute legal notice to the committee of of the persoir making same to become a candi date to be voted for in said primary election for the office which he designates and for which the primary was 4 Each candidate qualifying as above set out shall on or before the time required by law with the chairman of the County Committee a list of qualified persons whom they desire to act as election officers 5 Said election shall in all respects be held as required by law for the holding of regular primary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used In every precinct except in the precincts where a of a Peace is to be voted for said ballot shall also contain the name of the candidates for said office Justice of the Peace 6 The precint ballot boxes and all returns shall be made to the Chair man of the Cpunty Committee at the court house in Lancaster Ky in the required and onthe next day thereafter the County Committee shall meet at the court house and canvass the the result and certify the names of the successful candidates W the proper offices to be under the device of the democratic party on the ballot at the November 1905 7 In the event there is a surplus remaining after defraying the ex penses of said it shall be returned to tbosetoy whom it was paid In in the same proportion It was paid by them and if there is a deficit then candidates shall be assessd to supply said deficit 8 In the event no more than one candidate for any one office for which this primary Is called shall have complied with the conditions herein Im posed by 12 oclock midnight 15 days before the date of said election the committee shall as soon as possible meet and declare such candidate the nominee for said office and no primary shall be held as to that office 9 The order on the ballot in which the names of the candidates shall be printed shall be determined lot 10 No registration having as been held under the general election law In the City of Lancaster same shall not be required 4n said city for the of primary election tnBp aAPs ofy Wi G GOOCH meet- Ing thedesire th by law election purpose 0 iiI rt truI I Teafb cf Assoclatljjfj The Teachers Association of the Bryantsvlllfl District loot at Rlcefj Academy Sept 3rd The exercises were opened With Doxology followed by Prayer and Scripture reading by Prof Grinstead of Danville after which we had an interesting paper by one of our faithful teachers Miss Willie Duncan her subject being en titled The Duties of a Teacher this being followed by a discussion on Composition Work by Prof Wingate of Danville Public School All who failed to hear this much needed talk a treat as he gave us some very helpful thoughts In this Prof Wingate said the should be the first thug to be brought Into Composition Work This should be done by the teacher as the pupil would select one already known The teacher in selecting this subject should find one that will enable him to think even though be is unable to write more than a few lines this will enable him to think more profoundly and deeply have pupils correct each others work and if not properly done mark them for it If you desire pupils to make a display in the Social Circle train them in Composition and you will find that no other subject will be more helpful as this will develop the mind and above all teach him to think This most interesting talk was followed by a a solo Will there Stars in my Crown by Miss Lizzie Marksbury Other songs being America Old Kentucky Home Star Spangled Banner and God be with YouProf Grinstead gave us a talk on In finitives and Participles which am sure was enjoyed by all as lie thor oughly explained the subjects giving all the uses of the Infinitive an just as he would to a class of his own In this discussion Prof Grinstead said All verbs are divided into two classes that is have two forms Finite and Infinite there are three things finite time space and mans intellect Finite verbs are re structed to subjects by person and number Infinite verbs have no Infinite forms are Participles and Infinitives After this discussion we had a nuns her of recitations and papers The Pleasures of Teaching in a Rural Dis trict being discussed by Ola Scott Ancient against Modern Education by Miss Edna Scott and the Value of an Education Miss Mae Scott A number of our teachers were ab sent what be the cause we are at a loss to know as they were notified by our president Miss Higgins and were assigned subjects but if they knew what an enjoyable day we spent and that we are free from the penalty for being absent they would have beeti thereWe the teachers of this Association certainly feel very grateful to our Honorary Members Misses Lizzie Marksbury and Jennie Swope for the interest they seem to manifest by al ways being present and taking such an active part in the music The teacherst together with the pa trons prepared a most delightful lunch which all seemed to enjoy and all went away feeling it was good to have been there Miss Dunn Secy Paint Paint Paint We handle every thing in paintsand varnishes and can give you best prices 9 9 Drug Store OWe have the nicest line of Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes and Hotwater Bottles ever shown before 99 Frisbies Drug Store Window Glass Let us sell you what window glass you will need before cold weather comes Our prices are right 9 9 Frisbies Drug Store Why toil so when a Gasoline engine will do the hard work Tell Conn Bros your troubles and they will do the rest 92 Conn Bros are agents for Gasoline engines Saw mills Boilers engines etc 92 We have two Traction engines and two portable engines suitable for Shreader or Hay Bailer Will sell to suit purchaser Conn Bros 92 For Sale some firstclass boards 8 2tf J W Sweeney For Rent Livery Stable for 1905 R L Paint Lick Ky 9 9tf Creditors Notice All parties having claims against the estate of Dr O A deceased will present same verified as to the undersigned Bryantsviile Ky AH claims please settle at once JAENOLISII 924t WTHOOANJ AOmrs The Guarantee Protects You fMloBa Does Not Cure Dyspepsia KB IHcRoberU 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 GUARANTKE the purchaser tells me that it has failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two SOc boxes or months treatment Signed i Any one who has dyspepsia in digestion headaches dizziness or specks before the eyes or any form ofliver and stomach troubles should take advantage of this chance to be returned upon R E McRoberts give a positive guarantee with every show lug most conclusively his faith in this remarkable remedy T missed be any example subjects Jennings d willbe your paidfor 0 1 1 s discussion subject 1 demand told Bricks It tickles me every time I read ftboifi buiiio old up biiyiug a gold said Sharem looking up troth the evening paper and addressing oppositeMeunderstand how anybody can oe so foolish as to bite at the old gold brick game CTNorl either the wayCutely do you want to buy some stock in the shipping trust Well I might trade you some copper stock for it Clearance Sale on Box Paper We have about 50 boxes of nice where the boxes are slightly soiled but paper is In perfect condi LIon that we will close out at less than cost All SOc boxes go for 25c and 25c ones go for 15c They will not last long at the price Come early 99 Frisbies Drug Store Graded School Opening Lancaster Graded Schools will open September 5 1904 with a full corps of excellent teachers It is very impor tant that parents send their children the first day in order that prompt of scholars can made It is due the children that theystart right The loss of a single day may cause children to drag for a whole patrons must make to pay in advance the following tuition1st and 3rd Grade 900 4th 5th and 6th Grade 7thtoi2th Grade 1500 Children must present their receipt after being graded We want a full opening it is the earnest desire of the trustees that this may be the best year in the history of the Schools Pay patrons must call upon E W Harris af ter their children have been graded and pay tuition in advance Wm Herndon Chm 819 J B Kinnaird Secty 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 The booklet contains information of that all prospective visit ors 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 to see in St Louis together with many other valuable pointers re garding a trip of this nature are only 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 WmHemdon G B Swluebroa Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormcs drug store W S BEAZLEY Dentists ons store Danville at We have received the Ever shown in Lancaster Also a large line of the Prettiest Veils to be lound iu Central Ken tucky Low Prices and Correct Styles Sallie D Tillel Tons of nutritious hay per acre can be obtained from brIck amalgam ted tI stationery 1 00 ense suchvalue upon Importance som r G C PARIS I I Beazley Fans f Office over Thomp HANDSOMEST MilliNERY Four j season arrangements S advantage OpooOQQOO Os- I I A I rhO Lineal Winter and Spring aIding forage crop for description will be found In oar Fall Dill Turf Essex 1OBarley Improved Seed Wheats AIfeIfa trdarkSeeds He tile highest J 1J Ste l c s tees crop beldes beIng th hugest Fall sawIng A full Fr H 55- Aa descriptions of Winter Oats Dwarf Rape Headed Kale Cress clover SoedsVegetable Seeds sac Our braad- HI Rlbboe quality N smus IOUISV1LLE1CY r KodolCommissioners Sale of Land GAKUAKD CIKCUIT COUUT John Will Carpenter Pill vs David Carpenters Heirs Defts By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the Auuust term 1904 of the Garrard Circuit Court I will on MONDAY SEPT 26 1904 publicly before the court house door in the city of Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and best bidder the following real property situated in Garrard county Kentucky on the Cartersville and Crab Orchard road about one mile from Dripping Springs and bounded as follows On the South by the lands of Jesse Singleton on the East by Mason heirs on the West by Green Adams on the North by Joe Mason and containing about 550 acres more or less TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good will be required of the the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a upon which execution may issue if bonds arc not paid at maturity will be retained on property sold until purchase money is paid J M ROTWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Sept 9 1904 R H Tomlinson Atty Notice to Hear Proof on Claims GAURAUD CIUCUIT CounT Clara Anderson FIt vs John Huffman c Dft order of the Garrard Circuit Court made at its August Term 1904 the above styled action was referred to the undersigned to hear proof of claims of creditors if any the estate of Gabe Huffman in pursuance to said order 1 will be ginning on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1904 at my office in Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky proceed to hear on claims of any creditor against the said Gabe Huffman de ceased and will continue from day to day until comnleted not later how ever than September 29 1904 and all parties having claims against said de cedents estate are hereby notified to present and prove their claims within the above prescribed time This September 9 1904 J Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Land GAKRABD CIRCUIT CounT John M Duncan PIlL vs Deft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit court rendered at its Au gust Term 1904 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1904 publicly in front of court house door in the city of Lancaster Ky sell to the and best bidder the fol lowing described tract of land in Gar rard county Ky on the waters of Dix river and bounded by the lands of the Rourne heirs Joe Bland and William Bettis and Erasmus Dunn and being the same propprty and place where deceased Amanda Wright resided dn ing her life tme and containing about five acres TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to give bond with good and sufficient security for said money to the undersigned Commissioner bearing 6 per cent Interest per annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity and a lien will also be upon the property sold until the payment of the purchase money- J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2326 di rected to me which issued from the Clerks Office of the Trimble Circuit Court in favor of Mattie Stone against J F Stone I or one of my Deputies will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1904 between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m at the court house door in Lancaster county of Garrard Ky expose to publicsale to the highest following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the Plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit The one undivided one seventh in terest in about 96 acres of land held as dower by Mrs Margaret Stone his mother which she now holds as the widow of Robert Stone deceased was the father of J F Stone said J F Stone being his heirat law to the ex tent of one seventh of said tract of land which is described as follows The farm on which the said Margaret Stone resides in Garrard county Ky on Sugar Creek and adjoining the lands of Dr Evans Jesse Davidson and containing acres more or less this being given in the deed of partition among the widow and heirs of said Robt Stone recorded book 10 page 69 Garrard County Clerks office The oneseventh undivided Interest of J F Stone in and to said land will be sold subject to the dower rightof said widow in said land asr herein stated levied upon as the property of J F Stone TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond this 18th day of 1904 W L Lawson Sheriff county Deputy t B A McGrathL BBS been appointed Deputy County for Is prepared to take acknowledgements o MprtfafM and all legal document described security purchaser- for judgment Alien deceasedand AmandaWright retained who JasSanders Jim Crow the description In deed G mUd m tvii f 7 s t ti fi M ROTH WELL payable August Cier Clerk ate S DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT r The 100 bctte ctahs 2Ys times the trial It sells for 50 cents PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E MeROBERTS Lancaster Ky S whIch ONt lERCESFAVORITE Commissioners Sale of Laud UAHKAUD CmcuiT Couurr Wm H Kiunuird Gdn c PllL p vs Rice Benge c Dfts a Mary c nils petitionRicefts By virtue of a judgement in theabove styled action tendered at the August term 1U04 of the Garrard Cir quit Court I will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1904 County Court day publicly before the courthouse door in the City of Garrard county Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the fol lowing described real property in the City of Lancaster Garrard county Ky First Tract Lying in the Baker addition to the town of Lancaster the property now owned by G M Siler conveyed to him by Susie Siler by deed of record in Garrard County Clerks office in deed book 17 page fS2 on the 4th day of April 1002 and at the north west corner of the barn fronting on Totten avenue thence s 8505 w 18j feet thence s 4 55 K 6775 feet to Stones line thence w 607 5 feet to the beginning contain ing 28 acres tract is to be sold to realize 61205 including inter est to the day of sale and 12277 costs of action making a total to be realized at said sale of 734 82 Should tract not bring sufficient debt interest and costs I will next sell tract No 2 which is de scribed as follows Second Tract Lying in the Baker addition to the town of Lancasterand being same conveyed to Susie Siler by G M Siler by deed of record in the Garrard County Clerks office deed book No 17 page 583 on the 4th day of April 1002 fronting on Totten aye nue and bounded as follows ning at a locust post corner Hamilton Totten avenue thence s 8505 pole w 41905 feet to a stake to G M Siler thence s 455 E 6775 feet to Stones line thence with Stone N E 41905 feetTto Hamiltons line stake thence N 455 w 677 5 feet to the beginning containing 6 52 acres out of which is excepted 155 acres owned by J L Jones If tracts one and two do nut bring said sum of money then the following will be sold towit Third Tract In Lancaster Gar rard county Ky known as the Miller property and beginning at a locust on said Totten avenue corner to J 1 Tiara ilton thence s 8505 100 to a stake corner to Siler s4 55 K 677o5 feet to a stake on Stone thence with x 8505 E 100 feet to a stake corner to thence N 4 55 AV 6775 feet to the beginning containing 155 acres of land If said lot No 3 is sold the proceeds will be first applied to the payment of the said debt to the plaintiffs on the original and cross petitions and any surplus remaining will be paid to the defendant Lancaster Building and Loan Association not exceeding the amount of its debt which is 811709 Lot No 3 however will not be sold TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent from of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid J M Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court This September 9th 1904 Herndon Swinebroad Attys i In 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 specific 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 DeWitts the genuine Sold by R E McRoberts Im The Stomach the Plan I A weak stomach weakens the man because is cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment strength cannot 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