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THE CENTRALFXFTEEXTll YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1904 7 i YJ REeORDA v 1 NUMBER 25 i i Pure Water INSURES GoodHealth To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests bugs and trash of all kinds use Cash or Installment We have a large new line ot 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 4 Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At aw Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R L JENNINGS New samples arriv ing from the leading tailors of Chicago and Cincinnati Come in and let us make your new fall suit or a new over We know how to make them fit j I I I r 2m m IE I rn H IE Iilter rn HASHLDN tR j coat R L JcnninlSPaintLicl ee8ttt-j D Q D 1 D 0 Uaffiultoo000Iap 1r Of Local Interest Get ready for winter I The walnut crop is good 150 to Cincinnati Sunday I Persimmons will soon be ripe Look at the label on this copy Brer Rabbit can now hide behind the law The quail crop promises to be unus ually fine Jack Frost will soon put in his Its been an unusually dry summer Little or no rain Only those with nothing else to talking politics It you cant say a good word for your town move out The urchin is beginning to figure on the wa nut hunting Bird hunters say the outlook for a big partridge crop is good Dix river Is lower than it has been at this season for many years If you cant say something good of a person keep your head closed Richmond is getting ready for the I big circus the 21st So are we Rastus was here in force Saturday I afternoon but there was no disorder The Record boasts the best correspondents of any paper in the State Both drinking and stock water is being hauled in some parts of the county Mullie cottontail now protected by law Be careful to conceal those you kill People living in town must register if they want to vote at the November election Travel to the Worlds Fair still in creases Many Garrard people are figuring on the trip If you like The Record tell your friends If you dont like it ask your enemies to subscrioe A listening ear and a silent tongue accomplish more good than all the wind bags in a community Its time to be selecting the for Councilmen There are three to be elected next November Do you ever speak a good word for The Record Has it ever spoken good wod for you or yours Several merchants have been to tin city to lay in Christmas goods They show good judgment by going early If you know any news items ring up 43 and tell us We are extremely grateful tor such a kindness on your part The residence of Tom Eason inDan ville was damaged by lightning last week Moduc is an old Lancaster Some of our correspondents seem to Wake up brethren and lets hear from you Night prowlers continue to rob gar dens Is it impossible for the city authorities to protect citizens from such outrages Lancaster has not had a good old fashioned frogstrangling rain for more than seven months Yet the lake has plenty of water Thieves dug three long rows of Judge Burnsides sweet potatoes the other night This is only a sample of what goes on every night Show us the man who says he never said anything mean about his neigh bor arid we will show you the biggest liar this side of perdition The political pot has not so much as commenced to smoke and from the present outlook the boiling point will not be reached for some time The truant law ought to apply to towns of the fifth class It only takes in those town to the fourth so Lancaster is left out in the cold The Record appreciates every kind word you say for it Do you think it has been instrumental in securing any of the improvements we now enjoy Capt Sam M Boone well and remembered by many older of Lancaster lies at the point of death at the home of his daughter in Danville If you need job printing call up 43 We dont run around annoying people and begging them to give us a call for 43 will bring us to your desk We will venture the assertion that there is more entailed property in Lancaster than any town its size in Kentucky There is also a big lot owned by people who want double its value How can a town grow with such handicaps It would be wrong to wish that such people were with McGinty at the bottom of the sea I Old papers for sale at this once a appearance o county candidates have fallen into a good sound sleep favorably citizens work but in less time than it takes to tell it I se dare man 0 r r 4d I I I Green ticket Ho 1003 gets dishes at Joseph Mercantile Cos this time James I Hamilton has been appoint ed county election commissioner in place of John Ballard Two Dollar Wheat Tuesdays says Two dollar wheat is now predicted Damage to the spring crcp by black rust is reported There were sensa banal advances at Chicago and New York yesterday Meeting at Grove The meeting at Grove church last Sunday There were a num ber of additions to the membership and the earnest and able preaching by Elders Tinder and Garrison awak ened interest that will result in much good for the church Of Murray Not Here This Week Owing to pressing businessDrMur ray the eve specialist who visits every Friday will not be here tomorrow but will certainly be at the Fox Studio next Friday Dr Murray has been doing much work in this city as he is one of the best special ists in this section The deacons trustees and members of finance committees of the Baptist church are requested to meet the pastor at the church at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon Sept 17 All the members are invited we wish to discuss plans for our work Ellis pastor Terchers Association The Teachers Association of the Lancaster District will meet at Her rings School house Saturday the 24th All friends of education and teachers are cordially Invited The exercises will open at lo oclock Come and oring your baskets Miss Arnold President Mss Anderson Secy Great Fair The greatest fair of the season will be that given by the Cynthiana Elks four days of next week beginning Wednesday Mr Jas M Allen the gifted editor of the Cyntbiana is secretary and be with other hustling Elks are working day and night for tne success of the exhibition Low rates are offered by railroads so go and see the best fair of the season What Works Against Lancaster Yes its true there is a lot of old dilapidated unsightly property in town but most all of this is so tied up in law that people who would buy and replace with uptodate buildings are afraid of it There are a number of old eye sores which would quickly disappear if hustlers could get hold of them but with shaky titles and out rageous prices its a tough proposition logo up against W C T U Notes The ladles are duly installed in their new quarters in Storms Flat The following officers were elected Presi dent Mrs R A Stone Vicepresident Mrs Dr Kinnaird Rec Secretary Miss Olivia Sweeney Cor Secretary Miss Mattie Thompson Treasurer Mrs Ed Price Vice the different churches Baptist Miss Knap West Presbyterian Mrs Kirby Methodist Niss May Patterson Chris tiara Mrs Fanny Farra Mrs Rebecca West and Mrs R A Stone were delegates to the State Convention which meets at Mt Sterling 30 Mrs Wm Lear and Mrs Fanny Farra alternates Sired by Lancaster Horse A special from Lexington to the Cincinnati Enquirer tells of the re markable performance by Evania at the Lexington track last week She is a handsome twoyear old brown and is by Mr W B Burtons Clay King 227J of Lancaster This re markable filly without a pace maker stepped a mile in 219 going the last half 18 and the quarter in 033 Horsemen who witnessed the performance say it was the greatest mile ever trotted by a 2 year old filly in Kentucky as early in the year Clay King the sire of Evania is one of Kentuckys noted horses and Mr has refused many flattering offers for him A Monkey and Parrot Time The republican convention held at the Court House Saturday afternoon proved to be very lively for the parts ipants and more amusing to the In the absence of Chairman- R H Batson Lewis L Walker called the meeting to order The house was packed with people and when noini nations for permanent chairman were called for the names of Mr Walker and Capt Wm Herndon were placed before the meeting Then came the fight Mr Walker stated that the convention should endorse Gov The other side stated that they were not fighting Gov Bradley that they were there to select delegates to Nicholas ville However it was a Bradley and fight and the speeches were fast and furious When the vote taken the Bradley side won whereased and resolved and adjourned The Herndon side then held a convention and another set of delegates named The colored brother was on hand in full force of them made very amusing speech es LATER The convention decided to seat both delegations dividing tte vote equally Hon of Jessamine was nominated Jas candidate for Congress Journal closed Notice Lancaster C S appointed September filly In last Burton spectators Bradley anti Bradley waS and several N w Courier Lancaster Democrat D fillies R Nicely Entertained at Lexington The old Confederate soldiers who attended the reunion at Lexington speak in highest praise of their Lexington people are nay er so happy as when looking after the comfort the strangers within theii gates Planing Mill Sold Joe E Robinson bought of S T Leav ell Sun the planing and grist mill property on Crab Orchard 2475 Mr Robinson tells The Record that be will sell the plant to a firm who will run the planing mill the grist mill and also handle hay grain coal flour meal etc He says tin firm will buy up the hay in Gar rard press and send it to the moun loins and other markets always anx ious to get Garrard county bay The plant now has a lot of planing and flour mill machinery and a large steam engine Continuing With Increased Interest The meeting at the Presbyterian church continues this week the house being filled at each service Uncle Joe Hopper is doing good work in awakening interest among the church members of the town while his ap peals to those out of the eloquent and forceful A noticeable feature of the meetings is the regular attendance by church membersCbris tians who take the leading part in church work and they drink in every word the faithful old messenger of Gods word utters A special prayer service is held by the ladies in the W C T U Rest Rooms every afternoon and a similar service for men is held at same place at 7 oclock p m The Record is requested to say that all Christians are earnestly invited and urged to attend these prayer servi ces Buckeye Teachers Institute The Teachers Association or Buck eye magisterial district met at Free dom church Saturday Sept 10 with Ross as president The exercises began at 1030 and were very entertaining throughout Mrs Amon gave a splendid talk on her method of teaching spelling Mrs Gulley read an excellent paper on the Spirit of the Times At 12 oclock we adjourned for din or rather feast for feast it was All the delicacies of the season as well as the substantiate were served to a Queens taste to the entire crowd which must have numbered five At 130 we reconvened and the re mainder of the splendid program was rendered Mr L B Ray made a con else and expressive speech on Force of Habit Prof Sechrest of Kirks ville made an address on the subject of The manifold value of money spent in educational purposes the day a petition was circulated fur the purpose of securing a sufficient number of signers to call an election on the question of voting a county tax of 15 cents on the 9100 worth of taxa ble property to extend our county school term to nine months This movement met with much success and we hope it will be taken up at the other associations The success of the association was largely due to the untiring efforts of the worthy president Mr Ross and we feel to Mrs Warner Miss Emma Jones and others for the fine music It was good to have been there Miss Ida Ray Secy Additional Personals Miss Lora Belle Minor left for Camp bell Hagerman College Monday Mrs Bert Soper is spending a few days with relatives in Madison county leaves this week for Georgia where he will work for the Page Wire Fence Co Dr W L Philips of Youngsbouro Ohio visited Miss Lora Belle Minor Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs W G Kemper and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick spent Wednesday in Lancaster Miss Cora Ward left this week for a visit to relatives near Kirkavllle and will go from there to her home cinnatl As this issue of The Record is print ed Uncle Mose Collier is in a critical condition He has been growing weaker for several days Mrs K F Postles many friends will be delighted to know that her health is much improved and she will return home next week Miss Eva Lammers the e daughter of Mr Henry Lammers ws married in Richmond Friday night to Mr Charles Terrill a farmer of that county The groom is widely connec ted in Madison and Garrard counties and the bride is quite popular with young society people in this section The Record extends congratulrtions Interior Journal Mr and Mrs Sim Wortbam are with Lancaster friends and relatives Mesdames Mildred Beazley and W S Beazley and son William of Lancasterhave been with Mrs Hays S has rented cottage soon to be vacated by H D Hplderman and will move his family to it the first of Robert Elkin of Lancaster is with the family of MrO P Huffman Miss Helen L Thurmond is teaching in the Barnside Graded The trus tees of that institution arc tobecon gratulated on securing such an able and popular teacher street prlCto churchare Grover a m nero hundred Indebted J T Leavell In Cin probably W W R Aldridge tbemonth entertainment new r During the School Y h MAUKSBMU Miss Annie Perkins entertained set oral girl friends Thursday Mrs Sparks of Nicholasville Is her sister Mrs Icy Kemper Mi and Mrs Dick McGrath went on the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Mrs J C Boner of Boyle county was the guest Thursday of Mrs T D Ches nutMrs Ben Hughes and little of Lancaster has been visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Sutton Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead spent several days last week with Mrs Dick McGratb Jr Miss Margaret Durham has been the guest of Brooks of BryantsvilleMiss of Lebanon is spend several weeks with her aunt Mrs T D Chesnut Mrs Katharine Aldridge of is spending several weeks with relatives here Rev Vallandingham of Carrollton delivered two interesting sermons at the Fork church Sunday morning and eveningProf Todd of Paint Lick and Miss Bertha Burnside of Lancas ter attended services at the Fork church Sunday Sunday morning He and estimable family leave next week for their new home at Smiths Grove Rev Stal lings goes there to educate his chil dren Mrs W M Stallings entertained the Ladies Working Society for the last time Thursday afternoon Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs Stallings and the afternoon was quite an enjoyable one had it not been for the thought that the same crowd would never meet again here Mrs Stallings was President of the Society and discharged her duties faithfully was always ready and willing to do all she could for ber church society and neighbors We regret very much to lose such a valuable member but feel that our loss will be Smiths Groves gain As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 916tf How does your label read J visiting daughter Dela Rice Miss Bettie In hisfarewell u buyers g Lancaster Attention We thought we would be able to sell our stock of Merchandise as a whole by September 10 As yet we have not been able to close the deal We have opened up our fall and win ter stock and will offer it for MUCH LESS THAN VALUE We will add some more goods to what we have on hand and will go ahead and close out the stock at retail just as fast as we can We will continue to run our Millinery department until our business is closed out Mrs Logan is now in the city has engaged a trimmer and is now buying fall and winter stock of Millinery so we will to show the Newest and Latest things out at Very Reasonable prices THE Logan Dry Goods Ji b PLEASE beable I I COMPANY I I j Ladies Misses and Childrenns SLIPPERS GO In order to make room for Fall and Win ter goods We are selling them for less than manufacturers cost Now and Up To Date FftLL GOODS fire Arriving Daily Wheu our entire stock is in we will be able to show you the greatest line of Clothing Shoes r Hats and Furnishing Goods displayed in this or or any other Central Kentucky town T LOGAN AI v SI III III MUST JercsStr5otlyOash lIB V yo 1r1i1 AMOUR f i f ever i 1 4 i S O t O C Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co MM MHO MM MM MUST MOVE Fall stock will soon begin to roll in on us and in which to properly show I our elegent and All goods in stock now go AT YOUR PRICE Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED Standard AND Stock Food Best food on Earth for Cattle thickens Try it and be convinced CT A ii o i I ITHEY l j- r I o I MUST ROOM Q STOCK i oi i II I III II I I II II I II II o t nt JWdlJlJ1J lI lVt Poultry I HORSES HOGS ti t t lit II HASlDN 1 IAJJ 1JM 1Vn n u vvvw F F1 o wee HAlE 0 0 I iMMENSE 0 OAO O and 3 I and ROBINSON y CENTRAL RECORD Jtiitied WceJtly iooj er Year LOUIS LANDRAM I Entered at the Pot Office in Lancattcr Kvat SecondClaitiraUJfaUer Lancaster Ky September 16 1904 Last year when army maneuvers were conducted here in Kentucky they attracted much interest all over the country Regular United States troops and militia of various States participated and it was realized that the proceedings had a practical value by giving both classes of officers and soldiers a lesson in military move mcnts and the science of war that would tend to their greater efficiency In actual battle This year the ma ueuvcrs have been carried on on a much more extensive scale Many square miles of territory have been leased from the farmers about Manas sas 5000 regular troops and 20000 I men belonging to state malitia forces k were on the ground and in camp on the march and in mimic battle these soldiers are being taught so far as can be done without bloodshed what war may be But for all these the public cares little or noth J ing Its attention can not be held Across the world war so real and ter rible is being waged that imitation military campaigns are so tame trifling by comparison that the mind does not even rest on them with the toilet that contrast affords over the field in an automo f bile taking care to be near camp in time for dinner and the later evening social functions the men have three regular meals each day and 8 hours sleep in the twentyfour active duty at an early hour in order to per the officers to dress for dinner On the faroff banks of the Tai Tse men hungry possibly starving fight without ceasing and know no rest by night or day The dead by thousands lie in heaps and the Russians in their flight leave their own unburied Slaughtered Japanesee by grim of their commanders are placed on funeral pyres by Chinese hired for the purpose and their ashes placed in boxes provided shipped to their homes The battle and the slaughter go on and will not cease until one army or the other is destroyed It is war desper ate bitter war that is being waged s over there It is a drama of nations and while it lasts the world will not look at theatrical maneuvers After remaining out of work for many weeks and causing their much Uouble and expensethe Chicago butchers and stock handlers were compelled to return to work at less than they were getting when they went out on strike union is all right in so far as it protects the members in sickness or distress but they are overstepping the limit when they propose to dictate to employers The employers are beginning to fight the strikes and have won in nearly all cases during the past six months We are for the laboring man first when he is reasonable in his demands but think he should receive some hard blows when be asks for more than his work is worth Hon Dick Miller was renomina ted for the Legislature by the Dem Madison The latter dis played judgment for better legisla tive timter never grew Truth of the matter is Dick would make a mighty good governor and if the peo pIe want young progressive hustling men at the head of the states affairs they need look no further for a man to warm the woolsack in the big chair at Frankfort John Jacob Astor has just and throvrn open a 85500000 hotel in New York The rates are 1200 per day This is good news to coun try editors as they now find a place where they can get what they want and not be forced to stop at bum hotels Mr Astor is certainly The ministers city not far away are reported to have adopted a resolu tion to tell the truth about the dead when called upon to officiate If they stick to this some of the inhabitants of that burg will be afraid to die If they tell half the truth those ministers will last about as long as Pat stayed in the army An exchange tells of a young man who let his account at the drug store run two years before paying up When he got a receipted bill lie noticed that the first item was chocolate cream and the last item was a nursing Which leads one to remark Ve rily time workethmany changes Magistrate Pool of New York ruled in the case or a bar room that a cannot be disorderly in a saloon In is sadly mistak en A gentleman will act the tinder all circumstances A Boys Wild flied for Life With family around expecting him to die and a riding for life 18 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 He sleep soundly every night Like mar velour of Consumption Then monia Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles 50c and 8100 Trial bot tree at McRoberts Drug Store 1m I I transactions and At Manassas General Corbin drove leisurely f rethought to be sometime g employers Alabor oeratsof completed newspapermen inn bottle brawl man thishe mites writes emit can even has gentleman son mow cures Bronchitis free t lY Yi ry a in a j Mr Eugene Berkele bought 81 hogs R K Swope at 4ic Mr Ashley Davis and wife of South Elkhorn were with relatives here last Margaret Jenkins is at home after a pleasant visit of two weeks in Sirs K Elliott of Somerset is with the family of W H Pettus while he and wife are in St Louis Miss Allie Dunn left this week for Lexington to take her position as teacher at Hamilton College The first Quarterly meeting of the year will be held at Brvantsville M E church Saturday and Sunday Sept 1718 Mr and Mrs John Bourne of McCrea were visitors here last week and every body was glad to see them back home again Mr J M Hutcherson one of the best bank men in tbe state is here this week while Cashier Smith takes in the sights at St Louis Mrs J M Durham has returned from pleasant visit at Barbourvillebring home several blue ribbons as from the Fair Dr W M Elliott and Mr Jas Leavell left the first of the week to swell the crowd at the great fair and said if wanted they would be on the Pike The meeting closed at the Grove church on Sunday night Much good having been accomplished by the preaching of Revs Garrison and TinderOur village looks somewhat lonely since several of our young ladies are absent Miss Kay Jenkins at Dan ville Miss Mayme Ballard and Misses Leavell at St Louis and Miss Burn side at Millersburg where she enters college What Life In the last analysts nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightlypain 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 Drugstore 1m I Scarcity or Turkeys is to hp the number of turkeys this fall if the scarcity of tobacco worms is any said one of our most farmers Of course one in this section is aware that the delicate and delicious flavor of the bluegrass turkeys is imparted by a generous of tobacco worms and the scarcity of the latter this year is going to play havoc with the turkey crop this fall Why one of the neighbors says that he found four halt grown turkeys nearly starved to death in his tobacco field owing to the absence of worms and it required the utmost care to bring them around all right Ex Ha Sold a Pile orciiatnberlaln Cough I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty yeas and it has given entire satisfaction Ihave sold a pile of it and can it highly Joseph McElhiney Liuton Iowa You will find this a good friend when troubled with cough or cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m A mans success depends on what he does with his failures Buckleu Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve ointment or balm for CutsCorns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tet ter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at McRoberts Druggist 1m The life counts for little that al ways counts the cost A Power for Good The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers yot of Albany Ga says During a attack I took one Small as itwas 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 an ideal pill Sold by R E McRoberts lm BIt Y A NJS M E from weekMiss premiums ardent 1 de- rangements 11 There going a falling oft in j indication progressive diet IU Remedy recommend III II lotion Chapped W t Phil bil- Ious tra Indianapolis is every remedy in jj Farm for Sale Fur sale fine farm located in county near good schools and churches one mile from Paint Lick consisting of TWO HUNDRED and TEN ACRES with a good 10 room dwelling and large new stock barn and also new tobacco barn 72x144 feet and a good tenant house on farm and good 3 room cabin back yard and all other necessary outbuildings including buggy house jack barn small stock barn ice house smoke house hen house wood shed etc also flower pit and good orchard near house This farm is under 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 and is a very desira ble home For other information address Box 164 or Mrs E H Ballard Stanford Ky 826tf R Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile DOMESTIC Madison KINNAIRDINSURANCE GomDanies Aina Life Jot Co ofHarUordCODn g reseuQ o 1u i Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialty Either Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Fair Otter made By R E IncRobert To All Suffers From Catarrh R E McRoberts is selling Hyo mei on a plan that has caused talk amongst his The plan is different from that followed by other remedies but the remedy itself is different also This treatment for the cure has such an unusual rec ord ofcures to its credit that R E 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 himself or herself an injustice Do not suffer any longer with smarting burning eyewater ing troubles that afflict those who have catarrh cure you but if you should not find it adapted to your case R E McRob erts will return your money considerable customers ofcatarrh M Roberts money doing tickling Hyomeiwill Wheat Wheat Seed WheatforSale Ky Yellow Fultz Kansas Red Michigan Yellow Fultz Red Fultz Economy Odessa Harvest King Poole Siberian Rye Kentucky Rye Timothy Clover and Blue Grass all kind Field Seeds Call and see us t I I I I j A Son i e8tte c e jj i L5 f j Seed H1 B Marsbury w a 4 1 McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Coming in Daily We never do things by halves as you find by look ing over our new stock A full line of the newest and best in each depart mentDry Goods and Notions Boots and Shoes Hats Caps and Clothing Staple and fancy Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Undertaking We are making prices attractive in every respect McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY Dr E H MURRAY Ophthalmologist For the past eight years we have been advertising that Nature and I by the of Healing which is called OPHTHALMOLOGY taught only at McCormick Ophthalmic and Neurological College Chic ago 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 our patient All we ask is for them to follow our in if the results do not prove as we state we will refund the JffiJfJfjJllJltfljlJIIlilfil9jjlg JlJKfi l 0 Q mi l ill r mNW fAll GOOnS I 0 0 I I Io 101 l TrueSystem Stomachand structionsand money I a Qf Q Q Q o o 13 j 00 0 eQE3a Q o iB D 0 El I 4 r EYE EXPLANATION If the eye had no connection with the rest of the human anatomy and was merely an instrument which vision it would be folly to make such claims but when you take into consideration that the eyes are nourish ed by the same circulatory system that supplies the rest of the body and through the Sympathetic Nervous Sys tem 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 for a locomotive to pull a heavy train with a little steam Sight is 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 Pox Studio September Dr E H MURRAY Ophthalmologist afforded lt 9th1904 1 rvlilffurvtar jppssss Frisbies Drug Store r J i r t 1 f iltj Ir = = 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 any painting to do come and see us We gurantee every gallon FRISBIES DRUG STOREI I I Get one at your price Studebaker and Birdsell THE BEST Refrigerators at COST Do you want the best Wheat Drill in use Then come get a Hoosier American Wire Fence the Best MOUNT ELKIN OUR NEW MILLINERY Has Arrived and we extend a most cordial invitation to all to call and see our lovely selections PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS J F LEAR l sUaG ES II W W I I CHEAPEST I 11 I j i zoo WAGONS f p anrnrmmmnrmmnrmmmnrnrnnnnrnnnmmmmmm i 11111111111111UU11UIItUUlUd111U1U111l6UIIUllUUlNl1U11Ul1UU PERSONALS Mr Joe Walker has returned from Crab Orchard Senator George Farris is at home for a few days Mr Will Lusk has been with here for a few days Leslie Herndon has been here a few days with his home folks I J t f I J I relatives 1 o 0 0 0 FALLi I ANNOUNCEMENT t We have returned from the East with a complete stock of II Prettiest Hats 1 Ever Shown in Lancaster I WehaveeverythlnlC in the Millinery line all the newest and la test THE IARVEL MILLINERY STORE Miss Ada Dickerson teie8te8 designs and styles Mr Fred Frisbie and wife are in Louisville and Cincinnati Miss Lora Minor of Louisville has been visiting relatives here T Wallace and son Ollie Mrs J S Robinson Sunday Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside gave a dinner Thursday evening Mr J W Miller arrived Saturday fiom several weeks stay in the east Miss Elizabeth Brown is at Lome after several weeks stay in Louisville Mr F B Marksbury has been visiting his sister Mrs A II Rice of Louisville Mrs Alex Walker has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Teaters ville Mr and leave in a few days for a visit to the Worlds FairMiss Mary Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint LickLittle Farris Smith of Jellico Tenn is with his grandmother Mrs George FarrisDr Zimmer has returned to Cincinnati to resume his studies in denistryMr Anderson of Louisville is visiting his parents Mr Sim Ander derson and wife Mr Douglas Merrittand family have moved to Danville where they will reside in the future Mrs Brown and children of Nicho lasville have been visiting her sister Miss Ada Dickerson Rev and Eervey McDowell of Biloxi Miss are visiting relatives Mrs 0 visited Mrs R T Embry Mrs J in this city and vicinity Miss Mary Arnold leaves this week for Nicholasville where she will enter schoolMr George Harris is in McKinney Texas where he has a position as operatorMiss Goodloe leaves this week for South Carolina where she has a position in a school Capt Wm Hertdon was in Tenses see last week where he is looking a lot of legal matters Mr Thomas Arnold and wife of Richmond have been guests of Squire Sam Johnson and family Mrs R C Warren of Stanford and son Ashby of Mobile Alabama were visitors here the past week Arnold left Tuesday for Knoxville Tenn to visit her cousin Mrs Black for several weeks Cynthiana Allie Arnold of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Sadie Asbury Sunday Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond passed through to Crab Orchard where he will spend several days Maj William Collier of Louisville was here Saturday He is now in the revenue service in the Falls City Mr R E McRoberts accompanied his son Ware to Des Moines Iowa where the latter will enter school Louis Landram and wife have a suite of rooms in the Stormes Flats on Danville street and moved there Tuesday Miss Sarah Letcher who is now with Mrs Woods Walker in upper Garrard is spending a few days with Mrs FJ White Miss Marie Joseph sends us a very interesting letter from New York which lack of space prevents our in this issue Miss Georgia Barnes Doty has to her home in Lexington after spending the summer with her aunt Miss Lena Bright Mr J R Harris wife and baby of Turnersville visited his parents Ran is postmaster and runs a large store at Tunersville Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith leave this week for Cincinnati to attend the fall openings and fall and winter goods Miss Mayme Ballard our pretty and faithful correspondent at has returned home after a most de ligetful trip to the Worlds fair If you have visitors or are going on a visit ring up 43 and tell us We will appreciate it and your friends will be glad to know what you are doing Mrs Wm Lear has returned from Lexington where she entered her daughter Miss Bessie Mae and Miss Lillie V West in Hamilton College Mr H Northcott was in Stanford Monday He has a branch house there and as in Lancaster is doing the bulk of the poultry and produce businessMr Mrs L L Walker leave this week for Denver Col to remain on account of Mrs Walkers health Mr Walker will return in a few days There is a crowd of elegant people at Crab Orchard Springs now who are enjoying the pleasant old place im mensely Now is the best time to you will be rested and put in good shape for the long hard winter pre dicted Mrs W I Williams entertained evening Her guests were Rev and Mrs J Hervey McDowell of Biloxi Miss Mr and Mrs Walker Mr Will Lusk of Chattanooga Miss Eliza Anderson of Maysville and Mr i e after Miss Rella DemocratMiss rented print- Ing returned Sunday purchase sometime o- as L living Friday L Rr arara aae Our LON PRICES Caullot Be DUPLICATED P We offer Buggies Surries 11 Road wagons Harness 2 Lap Robes etcso z cheap St i r that oth ers will to figures Come let us prove tins as Inot m m 1 sertion attempt meet our I ROMANSELMa E1I rilClii dJiIJr a S Bradford Jennings Capt Mike Salter is here for a few days mingling with his many old friends He has been in the West for several years traveling over many portions thereof He like everybody else who has seen other country says there is no place like Kentucky and no place in the world as good as Gar rard county Mr Oliver P Terrill was here Sun day and tells us he will go to Louis vine this week to accept a position in one of the large banks in that city 01 has been holding down a good in the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick where under the able of Cashier W G Kemper be has gained a splendid knowledge of the banking business Emergency Medicine It is a great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use in cases of accident and for slight 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 Infla matlon sets in which insures a quick Only the heartless are hopeless When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleas Clearance Sale on Box Paper We have about 50 boxes of nice sta tionery where the boxes are slightly soiled but paper is in perfect condi tion that we will close out at less than cost All 50c boxes go for 25c and 25c ones go for 15c They will not last long at the price Come early 99 Frisbies Drug 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 Paint Paint Paint We handle every thing in paints and varnishes and can give you best prices 9 9 Frisbies Drug Store We have the nicest line of Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes and Hotwater Bottles ever shown 99 Frisbies Drug Store Window Glass Let us sell you what window glass you will need before celd 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 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 LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN LancasterKentuckyAgent THE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY It instructions DrugStore Conn M N position DrugStore 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 Feed oats for sale at Marksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for saleMarksbury Son The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the Smith Currey Agts New stock fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf I Wanted 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for sleeping etc to Marksbury Son get to see us buyingMarksbury Son Dont 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 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 best 715 tf J T Williams Sons Good gentle pony to ride to school Will pay reasonable price for the right kind Annie Belle Burnside Point Leaven 9 9 tf Our Ladies and Misses Slippers must go Call and see the great bargains we are offering in them 99 Logan I White or yellow corn for sale 820tf By Banks Hudson Timothy and Blue Grass seed for Banks Hudson 8 20 I Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 820 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 2 00 to 300 H T Logan 99 For Sale 800 bushels of Yellow Fultz seed For Rent At Once Ten room two story house Halt block from the square on Danville street Suitable for Hotel Apply to 819 4t Jno M Grand Stylish fall bats at 820 tf Dry Goods Co V Special low roundtrip rates to In dian and Territoy and Tex as Aug 16 Sept 13 and 27 See J E Stormes forliterature rates and infor mation via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf For sale pair of No 1 2yearold mules strictly good ones in every Wm Royston Point Leavell 3t Seeds Sale Timothy Clover and field Seeds of tf x Marksbury Son For Rent For 1905 One farm containing 241 acres and nine room dwelling and tenant house Two stock oams and tobacco barns well watered and well fenced H miles from Lancaster on Buck eye pike For further information to HC Jennings 8 193t Wanted to rent a farm Pav cash rent E C McWhorter Lancaster 9 2 tf Phone 130 For Sale A safe family horse suitable for women children to drive 826tf J C Hemphill The Great BockIsland Frico systems have very low round trip rates to the West and Southwest First and Third Tuesday in each month Parties con templating to Indian or Okla get information and literature from J Stormes Lancaster Ky tf The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round trip tickets to California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good 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 com fort 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 Holland the very best Hya cintbs Tulips and other Bulbs which Rough and drsssed lumber for sale I Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard 2t I I have allkinds of rough and dressed lumber for sale at prices Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard 2t Fine Duroc Jersy Boar I will stand him for the season 1904 for 8100 Money due when service rendered Joe F Price 9 2 8t tansy Seed for Sale have some No 1 Barley Seed for sale Address J Wade Walker Point Leavell Ky Notice to Taxpayers lam now ready to collect taxes and you will save money by calling and before the penalty is added which will be done in a days Please call and settle at once W L Lawsoo S G CJ r riA tf allkinds Vanderpoolblock WantedPony H T Slippers MossPhone Qew te respect all kinds Buy or sell call and see us Situated a trip pointWest one readyIn 1 9 24t Y washes he Logan For apply returning settling few AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili Conn BrosmwwmmauuwMUMW MuummuuMttM Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTSDRUGGIST A nrnrnrnrnr BUGGIES equaledin r mmmmmmmmmnrmmmmnrnrnnnnrnrm School- Books Y LEAVELLPresident t t I I I I I I I I I 1 t LEWIS N + See Our NewBooklet t IJ S ROBINSON Vice Prest f ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcooot SURPLUS JIOM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIGNBY 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 We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and Th 5anl of nantsville Kentucky The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Asst R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Baml D Cochran Alex EL Denny A C Robinson Jho E Stormes W H Kinnaird Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper Cash V PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL l6ooooo SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 t I 11 II II It It It H Equipped Sank Br9dntsvill o o i F Robinson I LWoods I W411 OO0000000000 0000000000000O ODOh 1493 9 NQ 4 Cashiers Cash r Q 1 0 A000000000000C OOOO CI- E M COY D L FRY ARNOLD JB WOODS BURROWS- W C FISH E L WOODS DmEcroIrs R G GUYN R L J S j Commenced Business July 19OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance DOLLAR i M WOOER LEO J VAN LANK E W JEWELL ONLY ONE Pre YIce tralek If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to nt iwi MB M i M ft And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you be Any sum from SI to 5000 will be accepted v iii III MAil Sent OB cation All accounts In this bank are strictly between the bank and the Inter est Is added January and July and compounded IK MM MB M i ui ft Chamber Commerce Bids Cincinnati 0 confidential Of E S OUT j Shopping is not always the amusing pastime for women which newspaper Many a women who must needs prac H absolute dread of the eager jostling g crowd which she must encounter For her back aches at the start and shopping with a nervous headache Women who suffer from backache j headache nervousness and other con cured by the use of Dr Pierces Fa 5 Prescription This great med icine for women regular ly ity dries enfeebling drains heals in fiammation and ulceration and cures female weakness wife Mrs Estes has been Si Estes of Va Was VQ with female weakness heavy bearingdown pains severe pain in Tried all the remedies we could hear of fp but they did no Finally we wrote to wife commenced taking Prescription Took ten is in better health than before in a long time a The dealer who offers a substitute I for Favorite Prescription does so to j gain the little more profit paid on the sale of less meritorious medicines fj Dr Pierces Common Sense gi on receipt of onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y 1 Jft Y I IlI I GOING So paragraphers would have us believe tice economy attends bargain sales in she knows that she must for her sequences of womUlly diseases are vorite taking your medicine and received great benefit it writes Mr George Wm a tired all the time 17 Adviser paper covers is sent free 2 S 1Ss S SS I feeling k Favorite Medical PAINT LICK Complete stock of school books at Fishs Drug Store tf Miss Ethyl Woods of Silver Creek has been the guest of Miss Lizzie Best After an extended visit out West Mr Salem Wallace has returned home Miss Lucy Adams of Richmond is spending several days with Miss Mrs J B Smith of Invenesse Fla is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Young Misses Alma and Lear are at home after a pleasant visit to friends In DanvilleMiss Denton has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends RichmondMr left last Monday We have a complete stock of the very best paints oils varnishes etc Fishs Drug Store 9 16 For Rent stable for 1905 Address R L Jennings Paint Lick tf months with her parents Dr and Mrs Mays Misses Lois and Zelma Casenburg Louella Arnold Mary and Our stock of drugs is complete All reliable patent on hand accuracytf Tom Worrell sold to A R Denny 2 steers at 3 per hundred Mrs Mittie Pence of Missouri is visiting her sister Mrs Lucy Worrell Mrs Essie Wade of Green county IIi is visiting her mother Mrs Mely toss George Miller sold to W H Furr a sow for 8 and 50 bales of hay at 55c delivered Rev Gooch of Pulaski and Mr Geb Spangler of Crab Orchard visited atW II Purrs Wednesday- W B Bennett has moved to the mountains and J W Coldiron has mov ed into the house vacated by him Clouse Coldiron sold a bunch of heifers to J C Fox at 21c Mr Fox also bought a mule from Mr Clouse for 7600 PBEACHEIISYILLB Miss Rinda Pettus is visiting her sister at Stanford for a few days Miss Kate Payne was visiting her brother J F Payne and family Sunday Rev J S Ragan will leave this week for Pittsburp where he will preach this year The Conference at Lexington Rev R F Jordan to this place for next year Mr Sam Carpenter of Madison was visiting W H Cummins and family Sunday Mr Mat Rigsby and Miss Bell were quietly married atStanford last week Congratulations Misses Ella and Fannie Thompson and Mrs Bailie Brown are in St Louis this week enjoying the Fair James Kennedy and wife and Carl B King who has been in Indianapolis for some time have returned home Jim Leonard Nave will move this week to Walnut Flat where he has bought a farm and J P Rogers will move here J L Anderson and wife were visiting G A Brown and wife last week congratulated them on the arrival of their a fine girl Mr Ben Lunceford and wife were called to Manse last week to see daughter who was very though fuund her much improved- W H Cummins and daughter Miss Minnie J F Holtzclaw and son Lunceford J M Cress and wife were attending the Association at Living ston last week J L Hutchins and wife enjoyed a few days last week at Boring meeting and heard Dr B Caradineam from there to Baileys Switch wnere they a few days with home folk and attended a fine meeting Which was in progress collegewall- paper Covingtonhas InKt returned county and first born their sick B F Camp J I Liz I i FLA1 WOOD 4 enjoyed BUCKEYE Mrs Wm Fain was visiting friends here the latter part of last week Prof J B Sechrest of Kirksville was the guest of L B Ray last Sunday Mr Robt Brown and daughter of Kirksville were visiting Mr John Brown last Mr J D Jones formerly of this place is in Buckeye at present his many are glad to see him Miss Florence McMurtry attended preaching at Buckeye last Sunday and was the guest of Mrs P J Ray Mr Richard Burton and bride preaching at this place last Sunday best wish we can make them is that their present happiness be long lived BEUNA VISTA Dame Rumor says a wedding this weekWm Christopher sold 33 hogs to FB at Mrs Sarah Smith has returned to her home in Lexington week Mrs Stella Spoonamore visited her father Ison Hamilton in Lancaster Monday Miss Virginia King martricuhted at College She enters as a Senior terian church Sunday evening Word was received hre last week of the marriage of George Scott and Miss Anna two prominent society people Miss will be remembered as the recent visitor of Miss Virginia King Joe A Ross is building an addition to his barn Simpson Jackson are bringing in new goods and selling cheap Little Cora J Ross daughter of Joe A suffering very much with eyes Mr Clark and formerly of are visiting family of S W Creech Brother Joe Simpson clever merchant attended preacning atBuckeye last Sunday Mrs Lunsford of Preachersville is A protracted meeting is expected to begin at Freedom church about the first of October Every body make arrangements to attend Mrs Minnie Robins has returned to and aunt Mr W T Watson and wife a beautiful Lambskin or white apron the perfect badge of a Mason when worthily worn Dear Brother accept my sincere thanks The county teachers Association Shecrest of Kirksville Institutecon ducted the and thing was made quite interesting James A Patten a big grain of Missouri predicts 2 wheat his opinion upon a personal tour of the Northwest He can be a shortly if he has confidence in his belief The first two silos to be built in this section out of concrete have been on the farm of J C Caldwell near Danville Mr Caldwell lost two several months ago by windstorms and is determined to rebuild with con crete Doing Pretty Well A Buler county Missouri man sold 1000 bushels of old corn the other day for 1000 which netted the sum of 25 for each acre on which the corn As the lanS only cost him 12 an acre he feels that he is doing fairly well on the original investment especially as he has the ground yet to say nothing of the future crops that he will have as the seasons come and go I attended relativesLexington visited Methodist t NINA Ross Is her Wallace ton our BCurtis pleasant correspondent Saturday operator bas- Ing mill- Ionaire completed grew i f J1AJUACK Mrs Sim Waid and children of Ches terfield 111 are visiting her mother Mrs L GRoss Mr John W Rigsby and wife of Chesterfield III are visiting relatives hereMrs A Hammack visited Mrs Sam Fields Monday Mr C C Hawley and wife of Bird Point Mo are visiting relatives Miss Lyda Murphy is visiting her brother Mr K Bowmont at Fairland IndianaMiss of Silver Creek visited the Misses Archer Saturday and Sun dayMr E H Walker is erecting a large tobacco barn Water is getting to be a scarce ar tide in this neighborhood for both man and beast Fearful 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 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 SOc Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m Creed without Christ is a compass without a needle la 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 ETamlett of Eagle Pass Tex I suffered one week with bowel 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 Notice to Creditors Garrard Circuit Court Lemon Teater Guardian c Plffs vs Notice to Creditors Henry Barlow Admr c Defts Pursuant to order of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its regular August term 1904 all creditors are hereby notified to present theirclaims properly proven against the estate of W N Carter deceased to me on or be fore October 29 1904 at my office in Lancaster Ky and all creditors are further notified that on October 28 and 29 1904 I will hold daily sittings at my office in Lancaster Ky to hear proof on claims against said W N Carters deceased estate This Sept 14 1904 J M Rothwell Master Commissioner 9 167t Garrard Circuit Court Public Sale I will offer to the highest bidder at my home about 2 miles from Lowell on Spoonvlle pike on 1901 at 10 oclock a m the following property About ICO head of cattle consisting of 72 yearlings twoyearolds and threeyearolds the remainder cows calves and yearling hell ers about SCO hogs consisting of large hogs and pigs Hereford bull 1 large mare work mule 1 pedigreed Poland China boar 1 sellbinder Chattanooga disc plow disc cultivatorscraper and a lot of other implements between 4000 and 5000 bales of hay Terms made known on day of sale 3t WJGILLISPIE Lowell Ky Creditors Notice All parties having claims against the estate of Dr G A Traylor deceased will present same as required to theundersigned at Ky All claims not presented In the time required by law will be Those to said estate willplease settle at once JAENGLISH 924t WTIIooANJ Aam Having been offered a better salary to work in the state of Georgia I have decided to leave Lancaster for a short while and take this method of my friends and patrons for their work in fence line and will take it as special favor if you will continue to buy of my Son who will continue work here Yours truly 9162t J T Leavell Childrens Day at Slate Lick All white children under twelve years of age and all children school including teachers and are invited to the big picnic at Slate Lick Springs Sept 17 Everything free but persons over twelve years of age are expected to pay ten cents to pay for ice printing and other expenses Every body in education come W P Prewitt Jelhco Semlcannel and Blue Gem coal for cash H B Northcott 2t New line of Granite Ware Pans Dippers cf at Wards grocery cheap 9162t Cash paid for produce at Wards 9 16 2t Fresh eggs 15c a dozen at North cotts 2t Pens pen points ink tablets per cils c for school children at Wards grocery 916 2t Clean freshlaid eggs 15 cents 2t Northcott Trade with Ward and serve the Lord 9162t Salt Lime Portland and Black Dla j mood cement H B Northcott 2t f S II Odd Complaints 1 trouble sows harrow farm- Ing thank- Ing attending superintendents interested It Coal Coffee- Pots H i 4 THURSDAY OCTOBERO is Pot Sale The Guarantee Pyotecti You railona Does Not Cure Dyspepsia R E JScRoberts will return your When you buy a box of Mio na naturess cure for dyspepsia have McRoberts to sign the following guarantee This protects you absolutely against loss should the treatment fail to cure you GUARANTEE I hereby agree to refund the money paid for ou return of the empty the purchaser tells me that it failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two 50c boxes or a treatment Signed Any one who has dyspepsia headaches dizziness or specks before the eyes or any form ofliver and stomach troubles should take advantage of this chance to be returned upon de mandR McRoberts give a positive guarantee with every box show most conclusively his faith in this remarkable remedy WmHerndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store We have received the Ever shown in Lancaster Also a large line of the Prettiest Veils to be found iu Central Ken tucky Low Prices and Correct Styles REPORT OF THE CONDITION dr TilE Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Sept 6 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 151501 99 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 320 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 120000- Bankinghouse furuiture and fixtures 5000 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 30128 55 Due from approved reserve agents 10136 au Checks and other cash 44 15 Notes of other 2010 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents LAWFUL MosEy RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 837C 00 Legaltender notes 1183 00 9559 10 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL 174472 83 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund 1000000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 950731 00Due76IndividualTOTAL STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARBABD sa I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment Is true to best of my knowledge and CashierSubscribedday of September 1904 8 C Denny Notary PublicCOEBKCT Attest J J WALKER J 8 ROBINSON Director LY LEAVELL 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTRK NATIONAL DANK OF LANCASTER JCV AT Tie Close of Business Sept 6 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 143914 61 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 570 97 00BondsBankinghouse furniture and fixture 7000 00 run National Banks Jot reserve agents 2774 82 Due from approved reserve agents 74359 OH Checks other cash items 41 20 Notes of other National Banks 530 CO Fractional paper cnrrcncynickelsct 193 97 LAWFUL RKSKBVK IN BANK viz 00Legaltender 12810 00 Fund with U S Treas urer 5j of WOO 00 Total 319JgO 83 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Undivided profits less expenses and 18903 55 NationalBank Notes Outstanding 48700 00 Due to Other 7916 03 Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks 79 48 Individual deposits subject to check 186231 18 Total J3H830 23 STATE orKENTUCKY COUNTY orGABBABO M I BI C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly that the above statement Is true to of my knowledge nd belief Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day ol September 1904 B Public Commission expires January 12th IMS Jso E STOBMES V ALEX R DENNY Director A C ROBINSON J c J I I I indigestion in r I HANDSOMEST MILUNERY i Sallie D Tillet Nationalanks 2 is 50000 10 14472 83 Mooo 00 10000 00 taxes paid swear KlNsLiaD I b a i Money g OOOOO 00000 h ue and S c Kodol Commissioners Sale of Land GAHUAIID CIRCUIT COURT John Will Carpenter Pill vs David Carpenters Heirs By virtue of a judgment in the above styled action rendered at the Autrust 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 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 the purchaser for 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 are not paid at maturity will be retained on property sold until purchase money is paid J M Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Sept 9 1904 R II Tomlinson Atty Notice to Hear Proof on Claims GAKRARD CIRCUIT COURT Clara Anderson I Iff 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 against the estate of Gabe Huffman deceasedand in pursuance to said order 1 will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1904 at my office in Lancaster Garrard ounty Kentucky proceed to hear proof on claims of any creditor against the said Gabe Huffman and will continue from day until completed not later than September 29 1904 and all parties having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present and prove their claims within the above prescribed time This September 9 1904 ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Commissioners Sale of Land GAURAKD CIRCUIT COURT John M Duncan Plff vs Amanda Wright Deft By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit court rendered at its 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 described tract of land in Gar rard county Ky on the waters of Dix river and bounded by the lands of the Bourne heirs Joe Bland and William Bettis and Erasmus Dunn and being the same property and place where deceased Amanda Wright resided ber life tme and containing about five acres TERMS Said sale will be made on a creditor six months purchaser will be required to give bond with 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 money- J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court J E Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Sheriffs Sale By virtue of Execution No 2326 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 to publicsale to the highest bidder the 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 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 who was the father of J F Stone said J F Stone being his heiratlaw to the 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 96 acres more or less this being the de given in the deed of partition among the widow and heirs of said Robt Stone recorded in deed 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 right of said widow in said land as 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 Au gust 1904 W L Lawson Sheriff Garrard county Deputy Clerk at Bryantivllle B A McGrath has been appointed Deputy County Clerk for Garrard and is located at Brvantsville prepared to take acknowledgements of Mortgages U teffl documents described security be required of judgment Alien ROTWELL beginning deceased today however decedents August following during payable retained directed interest extent JasSanders Jas Crow and Delts DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATI 00 bottle contains 2 tInes the trial szs which sells for 50 PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky DYSPEPSIA CURE The cents Be 2r 5 Commissioners Silo of Land GAKHAKD CIRCUIT COUIIT Wm H Kinnaird Gdn c Pill vs Rice Benge c Dfts Mary Gill c Pills petitionRice ts virtue of a judgement in the above styled action tendered at the August term 1U04 of the Garrard Court I will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1904 County Court day publicly before the courthouse door la the City of Garrard county Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the described real property in the City of Lancaster Garrard county Ky towit 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 jflice in deed book 17 pa e on the 4th day of April 1902 and at the north west corner of the barn fronting on Totten avenue thence s 8505 AV 18G feet thence S 4 55 E 6775 feet to Stones line thence with Stone easterly 18G feet point thence parallel with first line N 4 55 w G 7 5 feet to the beginning contain ing 28J acres This tract is to be sold to realize 61205 including to the day of sale and 122 77 costs of action making a total to be realized at said sale of 734 82 Should said tract not bring sufficient money said debt interest and costs I will next sell tract No 2 which is as follows Second Tract Lying in the Baker addition to the town of Lancasterand being same conveyed to Susie Slier by G M Slier by deed of record in the Garrard County Clerks oflice deed book No 17 page 583 on the 4th day of April 1902 fronting on Totten ave nue and bounded as follows begin ning at a locust post corner to J 1 Hamilton Totten avenue thence s 85 05 pole w 41905 feetTo a stake to G M Siler thence s 4 55 E 677 5 feet to Stones line thence with Stone N 855 E 419 05 feet to Hamiltons line stake thence N 455 w 677 5 feet to the beginning containing G 52 acres out WHich is excepted 155 acres owned by J L Jones if tracts one and two do noc 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 Ham ilton thence s 8505 100 to a stake corner to Siler s4 55 KG77o5 feet to a stake on Stone thence with N 8505 E 100 feet to a stake corner to thence N 4 55 AV 6775 feet to the beginning containing 155 acres of 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 11709 Lot No 3 however will not be sold if lots one and two shall pay the debt TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good will be required of the for the purchase money payable the undersigned bearing 6 per interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a 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 ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court This September 9th 1904 Herndon Swinebroad Attys What la 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 Plies eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases Salve has no equal This bas given rise to numerous 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