You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central Record: n. Friday, September 23, 1904. Central Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1904 cen1904092301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central Record: n. Friday, September 23, 1904. Central Record. Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1904YEAR NUJLBltJ tt FIFTSCXTII Pure Water INSURES GoodHealth To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests bugs and of all kinds J IR 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 Beazley 4 Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business E 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 I r I- W I m trash Filt rrn to JA R i coat nnt f J i N p D use- D Hase1en D0D DHASELDEN UaiItooDuDIap i g Ni ti t A iLJllhII is 4k a- ri 0f Local Interest The L T L will meet Sunday at 3 oclock at the Methodist church There Is much typhoid fever In the county Several deaths are reported Seventyfive tickets were sold for the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday morning A big crowd took in the circus at Richmond We didnt have anything to wear and couldnt go Willie Smith has accepted the of devil in this office and bids fair to make a good printer Edor F M Tinder is in Winchester attending the State Missionary Con vention lie will return tonight The Christian church has been sup plied with several dozen new that the entire congregation may join in the singing R M West has bought 600 acres of new crop hemp at 5 30 for 112 pounds also 60000 pounds of old and new hemp from Moore and Montgomery Some of the streets are very muddy This is caused by soft rock which is all that can be secured and the con tinual dragging of old rattletrap ve Hides over them If the City Council is any rock on the streetsits about time they were getting a move on or It will take all in the county to fill up the chug holes as Maj Jim Burn side calls them While Editor Albright was enjoying the Worlds Fair Mr James Maret edited the Mt Vernon Signal and the work was done to Queens taste Jim is an old hand in the newspaper tread mill a good un too Card of Thanks We are requested to return the sin cere thanks of Mrs Isaac Hamilton and family for the many kind courte sies extended to them during thesick ness and death of Mr Hamilton and to assure the good people of that their kindness toward them in their allliction will never be Be Cautious The deadly banana peel continues to get in its work The Mayor of Ear lington is the latest victim being crippled a few days ago Why anyone with as much sense as a goose will throw peels on the pavements is a rays tery too deep for us to solve An idi ot as a matter of course will do such tricks but there is no excuse for oth NicklePlate Show to Disband The Harris NicklePlatc Show will disband at Howell Ind The show has not quit insolvent but Mrs W H Harris widow of the former owner is left with 200000 Recently her son inlaw Mr Wilson has been running the show It is being advertised and will be sold in its entirety as the Har ris family is satisfied with the result of 20 years business and will quit Some Pretty Bass Manager Jim Beazley of the water works went to Dix river last week and caught eighty of the prettiest small mouth bass we ever saw There were about ten goggleeyes Theywere medium in size and those fishermen who had the pleasure of seeing them stood around and grinned likeso many possums The fish were placed in the waterworks Lake and Mr Beazlev will carefully guard them for a year or so They were caught In Hanging Fork with a minnow sein Through the columns of this valua ble of the best exponents of the best of the Kentucky country press the writer may be permitted to sincerely thank the good people of Garrard and Lancaster for the great kindness courtesy and good will in their midst in the past two years In removing to adjoining neighborhood for continuance in duty heartfelt remembrance is unremoved of the openhearted hospitality and good fellowship in the bond and bless ing of a common Head Eugene II Pearce 370 East Lexington Dan ville Hamilton The many of the family were greatly grieved to learn of the death of MrIsaac Hamilton which occurred at the home on Danville street Sun day afternoon about four oclock Mr Hamilton has been in failing health for some time being confined to the house most of the time during the last six months He was troubled with dropsy and all efforts tostay the disease proved of no avail The de ceased was in his 55th year and mov ed to Lancaster about two years ago taking charge of the boarding house on Danville street He was a man of good habits industrious honest and upright in all his dealingsraud was al ways ready to do a good turn ty his friends and acquaintances He was married to Miss Sarah Lane who with five children have deep in their great loss The children are Mrs H C Spoonamore Mrs C H Compton and Mrs A Christopher of Independence Ind and Misses Cor delia and Naomie of this city Fu neral services were conducted by Rev Joe Hopper at the Presbyterian church Tuesday morning the taking place at the Lancaster Cemetery going to spread forgotten ers A Card paperone Ave friends sympathy Interment a position songbooks received Garrard County People To those going to the Worlds Fair we desire to say that Miss Jennie Ar nold and sister are running one of the best boarding houses thereand if you want firstclass accommodations at reasonable rates stop with them They are located at 3965 Finney St onlv a short ride from the grounds and for one dollar a day they furnish lodging and breakfast Most all the Garrard county people who have vis ited the Fair have stopped with them and speak in greatest praise of the fare and accommodations Senatorial Primary The democratic senatorial met at Dauville Monday and or dered a primary to be held Saturday December 3 It was decided at the least calculation possible it would cost 300 to the county therefore the en trance fee was fixed at 1200 8600 being only two candidates Messrs R L Hubble and M F Elkin contesting for the nomination The entrance fee shall be paid In by Nov 18 1904 to the chairman of the dis trict committee and in case there should be only one candidate on Nov 18 1904 before the primary then the committee is to be reconvened and the candidate declared the nominee Each county committee in the district selects its own election officer from lists furnished by the candidates Why She Was Thankful A camp meeting was in progress in the wire grass region of Georgia The afternoon service was conducted by Uncle Muse Bradford an exhorter of deep piety but entirely innocent of book learning He took for his text on this occasion the words of St Paul For I have learned in whatsoever state I am therewith to be content After talking about fifteen minuteson the beauty of contentment from a Christians point of view he suddenly announced that we was going to throw the meeting open His invitation was If youve got anything to be thankful for git up and say so One after another rose and spoke of peace and contentment under circumstan ces that seemed impossible judged from a worldly standpoint Some said they were thankful for things they had missed and at last an old lady arose pushed back her sun bonnet and with a beaming countenance triumph antly exclaimed Well Brother Mose I haint got but two teeth butt thank God they hit Lippincotts Will Result in Good The protracted meeting conducted by Rev Joe Hopper at the Lancaster Presbyterian church came to a close Monday night The Christian people of the town were greatly banefitted by the sermons of Uncle Joe while the interest he awakened among the members of the church will result in great good The meetings were by the earnest faihful mem bers of every church in town but we must say that Uncle Joe made it too warm for those Sundayonly dress pa rade people who hang up their relig ion every Monday morning there to remain until the next Sunday In other words he held the bypocrit up in his true lightand told him so plain ly that he could not go to Heaven on flowery beds of ease that some people prefered to run from the plain truths so ably preached at each service On the other hand the faithful honest Christians found great comfort the sermons and as stated above were greatly benefitted and comforted by the earnest words of Uncle Joe His last sermon where he referred to this probably being his last visit to his na tive town was very touching Sev eral united with the church Uncle Mose Collier Passes Away Mr Moses Collier whose seriouss ill ness was mentioned in last issue of The Record lingered until Friday night when his spirit returned to God who gave it Mr Collier whom all loved and addressed as Uncle Mose had been quite feeble for some months and became seriously ill about three weeks ago He had al most reached the 81st mile post in his lifes journey this advanced age him of any recuperative pow er so the illness pulled him down rap idly Uncle Mose was born in Garrard county near Point Leavell and resid ed here all his life He was a farmer and one of the hardest working county ever produced He was married to Miss Mary Beazley who preceded him to the grave only a few years Two children Mr James and Mrs Uriah Simpson both of this city and eight grandchildren are left Uncle Mose was elected Coroner several years ago and at the time of his death the democratic nomi nee forthat office He was an good friend of the editor of this paper and in our frequent meeting with him we were very much by he manifested men and he was always more ready to speak a word of good cheer and encouragement than to censure any of his young friends He was a member of the Christian church and lived the life of Christian In every sense of the word He would divide his last earthly possession with in need and was as clever hearted man as the writer ever knew That Uncle Mose has passed to a home where there is no sorrow or pain there is not a shadow of doubt Fu neral services were conducted at the Christian church Sunday Bro Tinder officiating taking place at the eachthere JJ attended men- the Collier impressed the Interest a anyone c8 i Iewry f F Cr committee Iii depriving was especially 1 young afternoon the Interment 3sS rIA r Louisville Times The date of the marriage of Miss Christine Bradley and Dr John South of Frankfort has been set for November 2 It will take place at the residence of the brides parents exGov and Mrs W 0 Bradley Miss Bradley will entertain the party at dinner on the evening of November 1 Closing Out Rapidly We hoped that Mr J M Logan would change his mind and remain with us but he tells us that it is his intention to go to New York and engage in and he will close out the busi ness of the Logan Dry Goods Co as speedily as possible He is buying some Fall and Winter goods and will endeavor to close out by Jan 1st It Waiting For a Tide Twenty thousand logs or more lie rotting in the bed of Kentucky river between Whitesburg and its head waiting for a tide to move them There has been no high water in the upper Kentucky for over eighteen months The numerous mills down the river are to a great extent idleIf these logs could be moved to them it would take over a year of constant sawing to convert them into lumber A Big Scheme A gigantic deal is mapped out by the Tobacco Growers Association President Hawkins says the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange have agreed to advance between one and two mil lion dollars to the Association with which to buy the present crop of and store it at Louisville when an Eastern syndicate will purchase it This would give the Association and the growers complete control of the TOMORROW NIGHT Brooks Brothers the Noted Evangelists and Singers to Conduct Meeting- at Christian Church Brooks Brothers the evangelists who come to the Christian church Saturday night the 24th are native missionaries though the ancestry is of Kentucky on both sides o the house To the parents Evan S and Malvina K Brooks were born four sons and all of them are preachers The oldest Crayton S Brooks has been pastor of the Jefferson City Mo church for several years and is the man who achieved national fame by bringing the Missouri boodles to a stand still being associated with Joe Falk of St Louis in that work C E Brooks the third son is to graduate this year from the Universi ty of Missouri taking a medical sci entific and theological diploma and will enter the field as a medical mis sionaryW Brooks is the preaching evan gelist in the coming meetings He was born near Paris Mo Dec 28 18G9 and reared on the farm When 18 years of age he secured a state cer tificate in a competition examination and taught school two years after wards graduating from Perry College In 1896 he graduated from Kentucky University after a five years course He began preaching in 1893 taking his first work jn the mountains of Ken tucky In 1897 he was married to Miss Minnie Christie of Lexington and they immediately assumed charge of the church at Ladage Ind where in seven years there were 650 additions to the church busI- ness tobacco marketBEGINS lately wedding During all the ministerial life of J W Brooks he has spent a large part of his time in the evangelistic field and since last December this is his exclusive work His first meeting was at Corinth Ky lasting 12 days and resulting in 88 additions record of success has been unbroken since that time He recently held meetings at Seoaun and Angolo Ind and Springfield Mo with more than 100 additions each He is a plain fear less gospel preacher and the Lancaster church is most sure to show the same blessingA Brooks is also evangelist He has three diplomas from the tucky University graduating from the Bible College In 1903 He was born Aug 9 1878 He will have charge of the singing in this meeting and will also conduct frequent services of a special character He possesses a rich barytone voice and will render a solo each evening The Indianoplis News recently said Mr Arthur K Brooks of Kentucky gave a solo at the glee club entertainment last night His voice is one of richness and power rarely heard in our city These form a unique combina Lion for both are preachers and both singers Their work is not of the stereotype kind but fresh and full of life Their services are never long and tiresome LtncwtwrwIU enjoy Brooks His an Kent men 11 i h Otlluw- wF w Additional Personals Mrs Allie Powell and children have been visiting Mrs W TSbort of Mrs W P Wells and mother Mrs Luncford are visiting relatives in Liv ingtou Mt Vernon Signal Miss Willie Belle Burnside has a large music class at Monticello Many people here little Willie Belle wbo was here with her mother who had charge of Music classes some 15 years ago Interior Journal Misses Isabel and Estelle Walker of Garrard were here yesterday between trains en route to Princeton Ky and Holly Springs Miss respectively Misses Janie and Mattie Walker are the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Hays Winnsboro S C nesday evening Miss Alice Walker en tertained a very large circle of her friends at her beautiful home in of her cousin Miss Alice Joe Wal ker of Lancaster Kentucky who with her last week The long piazzas were beautifully lighted by Japanese lanterns The hallways were decorated with potted plants The stairways were dressed in green the whole producing a most pleasing ef fect The rustic benches out in the beautiful lawn found many occupants Misses Eliza Lyles Rebecca Ly Rebecca Walker served cream sher bert and cake During the evening there was much music instrumental and vocal the hostess being a very accomplished musician as is also her mother It was a mast delightful evening In every respect liter ally the social event of the season 38 firstclass 1200 pound cattle It T A Rice Stanford Ky A fine display of ready to wear hats at the Logan Dry Goods Company Sept 24th It See the fine display of ready to wear hats in the millinery department Sat urday Sept 24th The Logan Dry Goods Company Thos Cohn proprietor and head for the Peerless Merchant Tailor ing Co of Cincinnati will be at my2 place Thursday and Friday Fall and Winter wear and if you will call and see him you will see all the latet designs in Merchant Tailoring and also have the privilege of being measured by an Tailor who will cut the himselfJ E H Murray the Ophthalmologist will be at Fox Studio Lancaster Fri day Sept 23 If you have pains in your eyes or vision blurrs ansi you have been unable to obtain glasses that give you relief try ME By our new system of measuring errors of the eye and the positive knowledge gained there by we remove the cause which causes cross eyes nervous headache granulated lids St Vitus dance swim ming in the head etc Satisfaction guaranteed Friday Sept 23 1904 remember date It Courier honor J les and For Sale Saturday cutter Sept2r I and 23 with a fine line or j I I Richmond remember returned 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 beable to show the Newest and Latest things out at Very Reasonable prices THE Logan Dry Goods COM A isr Y PLEASE I mJ OUR Ladies Misses and Childrenns sa SLIPPERS MUST GJO 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 fro Arriving Daily Wheu our entire stock is in we will be able to show you the greatest line of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods ev er displayed in this or or any other Central Kentucky town H T LOGAN i II I- III IIIII II I j If T StriotlyOash 1 V IV 7 i iMMMM r h erns- i vi Get In The Habit Of Visiting Joseph Mercantile i iiiii itiiiiiiiiiiii 111111111111111111 THEY MUST MOVE Fall stock will soon begin I to roll in on us and we in which to properly show our elegent and All goods in stock now go AT YOUR PRICE Joseph Mercantile Go INCORPORATED Standard AND f Stock Food Best food on Earth for Cattle thickens Try it and be convinced T I 11 J 1 O 6O O o r O QO i iS i I Coo I s o I MUST HAY ROOM o 2III 111111 U I 11111II111 1 It 11 I I I I I III I III I liJwJ4tt J Poultry I HORSES HOGS t t t t t t et t HASlDN and ROBINSON AW A v 1M1JM nn j 3 1tii The- Y e 0L 0 1 IMMENSE STOCK 0o 0 00 L end 3 CENTRAL RECORD IssiHed Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster o SecondCleat Mail Matter Lancaster Ky September 23 1904 A religious exchange in an article commenting on the value and this institution is still in existence in the homes of church people But is 0 it If an inquiry could be made into 0 such an intimate matter in the X of religious statistics how many 1 church members could testify that they give any heed to the oldtime 4 custom How many persons going relaXgodliness goes in these days have in- V recent years been invited to join in A any religious rites How many have been asked even to listen to a V reading Would they not have A been surprised and a trifle embarrass ed had such an opportunity been 0 And that other once common A and beautiful custom the saying of X grace or the invoking of a blessing on 0 the food set before the family what has become of that in the most strictly pious household is not the ceremony for the most part omit j ted and forgotten except when the minister is a guest It is a common Q assumption in current literature at least that women and children why 9 men are not Included let them explain 7 whisper prayers to the Power above j before laying their heads on their but is this fashion too only a A tradition If it is then what in heav ens name is in the religious 9 that the children of today will A have in their maturity For the we get in youth is all that most 0 of us ever acquire The following editorial is from the 0 pen of Bro Ed Walton of the Interi X or Journal An Owensboro preacher said in a recent sermon that it is a de lusion to beleve that women are bet ter than men for every time you find a mean man a meaner woman is with him This is the same old Adam cry The woman did it is still the excuse of erring man Ita very cowardly one There are worn en meaner than hell itself but they are the exception Women are in every respect better than men They are first in every good word and work and a very present help in time A of trouble They fill the churches and minister to the sick and afflicted o They will also fill heavenwhere Jones knows whereof Sv wont be a sufficient number of men to furnish the bass for the singing The Owensboro preacher needs to X make an humble apology to the sex he has so meanly slandered PAINT LICK Complete stock of school books at Fishs Drug Store tf Born to the wife of Jack Davis Monday night a fine boy Mr Jas C Rucker of Stonega Ta is the guest of his parents Mr K P Adams has gone to Jellico after a visit to relatives here Miss Lucy Adams is orgainizing a class in Physical Culture here Mr and Mrs Ike Arnold spentThurs day with their son Hiram at Ford W L Todd sold a pair of two year old mules to Cornett Bros for 400 Messrs Ross and McWborter bought a pair of mules from J N Ogg for 190 Dont tall to hear Ralph Bingham at Fish Hall Monday night October 3rd G Kilgore has returned to her home in Texas after visiting relatives W H Branaman has returned a pleasant visit to his parents at Wildie For Rent stable for 1905 Address R L Jennings Paint Lick tf Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster spent Saturday with Mrs Pattie En glemanMrs S Fish and children return ed home Monday after spending the week at Tar Springs Miss Tommie Francis of Lancaster and T B Slavin spent Wednesday with Mrs Ike Arnold We have a complete stock of the very best paints oils varnishes paper etc Fishs Drug Store 9 Mrs Minnie Jennings has returned from Cincinnati with an upto date line of millinery goods Rev Huey of Stanford and Rev Our stock of drugs is complete All reliable on Prescriptions tilled wIth accuracy Fishs Store LOWELL Born to the wife of Jack Davin a fine son Mrs Clara Bettis is visiting in Lan caster this week Mrs G L Moody has gone to the city to buy goods Mr Sugarman and family are visit ing friends in Richmond Tado Parker has returned from Jel lico Says Lowell is good enough for himMrs Lucy Henderson has returned home after a pleasant visit to Jellico Livingston and Brodhead it and had a silver tip Please returnto the Becord 2t rr J J J roo Ell a Y 2o o importance of family prayer assumes that gathering scrIpt- ure offered Even pillows background religion associated is- o Q naturally 2 ifSam he affirms there t Mrs B hereMr after t protractedt r 1 ChristianI J 1i J 17 4 per 6 LOST 1 T walls a With family arotinn expecting him to die and a soli riding fur life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes 1 now sleep soundly every night Like mar velous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat and Lung troubles bottles 50c and 100 Trial free at McRoberts Drug Store 1m BRYANTSVILLE Mr Eugene Berkele is reported very ill of fever Mr Hollis Easley is in Kansas spending several weeks Miss Pauline Arnold spent Sunday with home folk Mrs E H Ballard entertained a of her friends at dinnerSatur day Mr and Mrs Ebb Dickerson of visited Mr and Mrs Will Dicker son last week Mr George Coulter aged 79 died Saturday at the home of bis son Mr Charley Coulter Mrs Halite Deatherage and children of Richmond are visiting her mother Mrs Sallie B Welch Mr T E Adams has bought the farm of Jim Coovert for 2000 Mr will move to Danville Mr Richard Moore left Friday for the Worlds Fair from there he will go to Portland Oregon to spend months Word was received here last week of the marriage of Miss Mary Smiley popular society girl of Lexington and Mr Shelby Harp a prominent business man also of that city Miss Smiley has yislted here several times the last time being the guest of Miss Mayme L Ballard Bryantsville seems to be itself once again as several of our most popular people both of the business and social world have returned after spending several days at the Worlds Fair Among them were Mr and Mrs A Pettus Miss Mayme Ballard Mr Mrs Sam Haselden Leavell Smith and Dr W M Elliott Our physician banker merchant saddler and milliner all being absent at the same time All are in praise of the Exposition Mrs Mary Steadman has returned from the city with a beautiful line of Fall and Winter millinery She will have her opening Saturday Sept 24 and would be glad for all her friends and acquaintances to attend as she is sure she can please them Mrs Steadman has secured the services of Miss Thomas an experienced trim mer from Louisville who will be with her for the season Miss Thomas came last week and is a charming lady quite an addition to Bryants I villa society MARKSBDRY Mrs Miriam Peters Is visiting Mrs H C Herring at Lancaster Mrs Charles Burdett is confined to her room with a sprained ankle Rev Crakley of Beaver Dam will preach at the Fork church Sunday Mrs Sophrony Fox of Danville is spending the week with Mrs Sallie Fox Rev W M Stallings and family left Messrs Waler Greenan and Fred Sutton of Lexington were visitors here last week Mrs Richard Ware and little daugh jter Julia Rice of Junction City spent last week with relatives here Rev W M Stallings sold a nice cow and calf to Mr Clayton Stal ton Stallings of Springfield for 50 Sold a Pile of Chamberlain Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfaction Ihave sold a pile of it and can it highly Joseph McElhiney Linton Iowa You will find this 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 I I ADo for Life bottles number Buckeye Coovert several MrJames Dirt M enthusIast- ic little Springfield Jersey II recommend remedy tFtid flied Guaranteed W- ada Has d r a x Of STONE j James Clouse sold to C W Mitchell calf for 900 W P Preston sold a work mule to Mr for 11000 Miss Ina Gulley has been t Miss Minnie Sanders Lenard Cobb sold to Willie sow and shoats for 16 Wm Teater sold seyeral fat cattle to L Dawson at 3c per pound James Littrell bought of John Benge a milk cow for 25 Sam Murphy bought of W B Wil son a and 8 shoats for 20 C W Mitchell sold to J Parks a hunch of cattle at 4c per pound Miss Jewell Sanders spent last week with her sister Mrs Sam Duncan C W Mitchell and C S Sanders are taking in the Worlds Fair for a few daysMiss Hattie Duncan was the guest of Miss Ida Folger who entertained in her honor There will be preaching at Scotts Fork the 4th Sunday at 11 oclock Everybody invited W P Walden will preach Bucklena Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve ointment or balm for CutsCorns Burns Boils Sores Felons UlcersTet ter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at McRoberts Druggist 1m BEUNA VISTA Miss Bessie Bolton is spending the week at St Louis Mrs Matthew Johnson and Willie Record are victims of typhoid fever School at Lindendale is suspended on account of the typhoid epidemic Mrs G H Lane is the guest of her sister Mrs J I Hamilton in Rev T B Straton preached his last sermon at this place before Confer ence Sunday Ebb Dickerson and little son of Buckeye visited relatives and church here Sunday Mrs James I Hamilton of and Miss Sue Sutton of Marksbu ry visited Mrs George H Lane Saturday Mr John R Jennings died at his home near here Monday Sept 12 a brief illness of typnoid fever He leaves a wife and several children to mourn their loss Burial at the tam ily burying ground It was with regret our community learned of the death of Mr Ison Ham ilton at Lancaster Sunday Mr was born and reared here and lived here until a little more than a year ago A host of friends extend sympathy to the bereaved family What U Life In the last analysis 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 McBoberts 1m FLATWOOD I George Miller sold a mule colt for Rev Murrell has gone to the on business Ira Hawley bought a blind mare from Jim Holman Jr for 21 J W Coldiron JC Clouse and Wm Coldiron Sr have gone to Pulaski county to trade W H Furr sold a yearold mule to J C Clouse for 50 and bought a sow and 10 pigs for 2L Miss Virgie Worrell who is at Vista with home folk Saturday and Sunday When troubled with constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleas ant effect For sale by Frisbiess Drug Store 1m Creditors Notice All parties claims against the estate of Dr G A Traylor deceased present game properly as required to the undersigned All claims not presented In the time required by law will be Those to said estate will please settle at once JAENGLISH Amtrm 924t WTHOOANJ A Bruer Onstott- a lotion Chapped Lancaster J attended Lancaster after Hamilton n de- rangements Drug Store 11 mountains I teach- Ing u sow was I Wheat Wheat Seed Wheatfor Sale Ky Yellow Fultz Kansas Red Michigan Yellow Fultz Red Fultz Economy Odessa Harvest King Poole Siberian Rye Kentucky Rye Timothy Clover and Blue Grass Seed all kind Field Seeds Call and seeus H Marks nr Joh i eel l t i Ot JG f l o r v s AB r alp 4 rr- Fc 3 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 McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY fAll GOODS 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 ment Boots and Shoes Hats Caps and Clothing Staple and fancy Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Undertaking are making prices attractive in every respect McWhorter EstridgeP- AINT LICK KY Dr E H MURRAY Ophthalmologist I use no medicine in making exam ina tion of the eyes Correct all defect of refraction with perfect adjusted glasses and guarantee satisfaction provided you follow instruction or refund the money I Will be at Fox Studio Lancaster Sep 30 1904 Dr E H MURRAY Ophthalmologist J F LEAR l U nuu u U U U U UU u u nun u u W J 0J I m Ss m l mNW II rn fi J- rn D toryI J rn 0 X Z 1 0ID t m J I b6 JJ m 1 ti ilflffliiiift3PtlNttS9i1tISlPtitlit1iF191itttflitllitti119 1tfi11111t f ii1 1111U U- La eo o o oooooo a o0 o oooo o oooos omKc o o oo o o o- We I H j- aU 1iii1S B Stands fe Bread- and very good bread if1the bread is bought at Currfl MtoA f i i c t i FALL I Frisbies Drug Store 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 or I J J w jj p ANNOUNCEMENT We have returned from the East with a complete stock of Prettiest Hats Ever Shown in Lancaster We have everything In the Millinery line all the newest and la test designs and styles THE IARVEL MILLINERY STORE Miss Ada Dickerson i FRISBIES DRUG STORE BCTGH3XES Get one at your price Studebaker and Birdsell THEBEST CHEAPEST Refrigerators at COST Do you want the best Wheat Drill in use Then come get a Hoosier American Wire Fence the Best MOUNT ELKIN r 11eX0e I X I IJ II I I Ir j IIii Co WAGONS IL rx1 PERSONALS Ernest Brown visited Cincinnati Sunday Ross Bastin has resumed his stud ies in Lexington Miss Mary Grimes is visiting rela Lives in Lexington J Herbert Kinnaird of Stanton Ya is visiting his home folks J T Williams was in Knoxville Tenn on business last week J M Logan is in the city this week buying fall and winter goods Mrs Clara Bettis of Lowell is her brother Mr Alex Beazley Mrs William Hays of Stanford has her sister Mrs W S Beaz ley Mr and Mrs Alex West spent Sunday with Mrs C F Denman of Nicholas vine Miss Katie Lee Denny has been spending a few days with Miss Fannie Doty Mrs Georgia Lusk has accepted a pc sition in Miss Ada Dickersons millin cry store visit- Ing bee visiting 1 Mr 0 Goodloe leaves this week for Mississippi where he has accepted a positionMrs Miss Tomlinson were in Danville Saturday shoppingMiss Doom of Middlesboro is the guest of Misses Kate and Lillian KinnairdMrs J Kinnaird and baby of Mid dle boro are guests of Squire and Mrs W II Kinnaird Mr and Mrs Milton Robinson their grandmother Mrs Susan last week Miss Mollie Foreman of North Car olina is the pretty visitor of her aunt Mrs Joe Falconer MrJ B Bourne and Jesse of McCreary left Tuesday for St Louis to attend the Fair Mrs J M Logan has returned from the cities with a beautiful line of fall and winter millinery Martha and Helen Gill leave this week for St Louis to attend the great Worlds Fair Mr Hughes Aldridge wife and baby of Stanford were guests of Mr Ray mond Haselden and wife Mr Ward Metcalf of Nashville Kansas has been the guest of Miss Mary Landram Burnside Mr and Mrs John Baughman and handsome baby of Danville have been visiting relatives here Mrs Fannie Knox of Danville and MrsLula Fieds of Simpsonville have been visiting Mrs Osie Sisk Judge R A Burnside and wife Louis Landram and wife were visitors of Mrs William Lackey Sunday Mrs George Farris and daughter Miss Louise leave this week for Jellico Tenn to visit Mrs Elbert Smith Miss Hattie Farmer of Rowland was the guest of her cousin Miss Mayme Ball Saturday and Sunday Misses Helen Gill Hemp hill leave this week for Washington D C where they will enter school Mr William Collier of Williamsburg was here Sunday to attend the funeral o his grandfather Mr Moses Collier Miss Verda Kemper an experienced milliner has arrived and taken charge of Miss Ada Dickersons trimming rooJi Mr and Mrs R H Batson have re turn ed from Chicago where they par M Farra and visited Anderson W Gulley Misses Mary and Theo 4 chased a beautiful line of fall and wintergoods Courier Journal Sergt Major Wm Preston left for Lyndon Tuesday to resume his studies at the Kentucky Military Institute MIFS Castle of Cincinnati an expert trimmer has arrived and will have charge of the trimming department of the Logan Dry Goods Co Mr J W Sweeney wife and little daughter Martha Ward have gone to Cynthiana to attend the Golden Wedding of Mr and Mrs S A Robert son Irene the 11yearold daugeter of Prof Mannix while running on the Graded School campus fell and broke a bone in her right arm The injury is quite painful but is healing rapidly The following invitation has been received by friends Mr and Mrs Samuel C Wooldrirtge request the honor of your presence- at the daughterMary to Mr Albert J Gates Monday evening October the third nineteen hundred and four at eight oclock Broadway Baptist Church Denver Miss Wooldridge has frequently Lancaster and has many friends here She is a handsome woman of charming manners and is much admit ed by all who know her Letter From New York New York City Sept 1 Ed Record The word Metropolis is surely well applied to this great and glorious city of New York and it is with much pride that I can say that I have had the privilege of seeing what I have already seen in so short a space of time Leaving home with my dear mother and brother I arrived in in time to board the 20th Limited to New York which the has reputation of being the fastest train in the world I arrived in New York after finding a great pleasure in viewing that most beautiful riverthe Hudson and while I have never seen the Rhine I could not imagine its grandeur to compare with our beauti ful and historic river along the banks of the Catskill Mountains Upon my arrival into the city after riding an elevated railroad with of houses in view and then under a tunnel when all was dark and gloomy for about twelve minutes the porter of the car shouted All out for New York City Upon entering the street we had to elbcw our way to get a crowded car to bring me to mv final destination which is 224 W 122 street which one would imagine to be on the out skirts of the city but it is considered the center of the greatest city in the world I found solace in my rest to awaken Saturday morning preparing for a journey into the state of Connecticut Leaving New York we boarded a most magnificent boat and glided along the East river in view of the Borough of Manhattan as well as Brooklyn Long Island and Emergency medicines It is a great convenience to have a hand reliable remedies for use in cases of accident and for slight injuries ailments A good liniment and that is fast becoming a favorltiif a household necessity isChamberlains Pain Balm By applying it a cut bruise or burn it allays pain and causes the injury to heal about onethird the time usually re quired and as it is an antiseptic It prevents any danger of blood When Pain Balm is kept at sprain may be treated before infla mation sets in which insures a quick recovery For sale by Frisbies Store lm visI- ted 1904 Cincinnati Century onto and one not promptly- to the In hand- a Dru I poisoning Tnui TnUg i rrnr8 LOW 8Bi PRICES Cannot v I We offer Buggies Surries Road wagons H Harness Lap Robes etc sol cheaP 1 that oth ers will to figures Come let us prove this not meet our I Jr4r attempt assertion sY+ IO ANS EL O I iiJJrIJ 0 0i 1 0 that famous prison Black wells Is land The sights were surely Inspir ing With two magnificent full view with skyscrapers and tlousands upon thousands of houses and millions of people on the West with thousands of factories and a mul titude of honest workingmen to the East with boats ships ferry boats skiffs and sail boats without omitting battleships and launches going hither and thither you can imagine the sail along the East river unto HellGate where that most deplorable disaster occurred We soon arrived into that busy manufacturing city called Bridge Conn taking a trolley car for Savin RockLeaving 129th street pier we had ta ken the boat on the Hudson river go ing down the Bay with Jersy on one side confusing New York on the with countless boats and to my great surprise our beloved battleship Kentucky at the harbor I assure you the pleasure is beyond description 1 might have traveled the world over before I could have seen the boat Miss Christine Bradley had christened Coney Island in sight I see thousands of men and women as I look upon the multitude of bathers for the shores are lined with all imaginable shapes and figures enjoying the ocean surf bathing I almost feel tempted to experience the sensation but modesty forbids me Once upon the Island I begin to use the Eastern habit of rubbernecking for every where I looked I noticed strange things to be hold and the curiosity is postively daz zling as I was told that since the fire over five million has been expended at this resort Of course I can not to see every thing at one visit but what 1 have seen if Iwere capable to describe it would fill a book and as I dont want to write a book at this time knowing that there are so many in that field of occupation that would so far surpass me that I would not per mit my inspiration to get the best of me so I shall close before I make you weary and in order to maintain your respect and wellwishes I will not task you with any more of my eastern visit unless I am assured that you find as much pleasure in reading my letter as I do in writing it Respectfully Marie Joseph Clearance Sale on Box PapeK We have 50 boxes of nice sta tionery where the boxes are slightly soiled but paper Js in perfect condi tlon that we win close out at less than cost boxes go for 25c and 25c ones go for 15c They will not last long at the price Come early 99 Frisbies Drug Store 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 I For Sale some firstclass boards 8 2tf J W Sweeney Paint Paint We handle every 9 9 Frisbies Drqg Store Bottles ever shown 99 s Drug Store Window Glass Let us sell you what window glass you will need before celd weather comes Our prices right 9 9 Drug Store Why toil so when a Gasoline engine will do the hard work Tell Conn Bros your tronbles and they will do the rest 92 As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a great satisfaction to know that your orders are to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers proposes to maintain 916tf A splendid farm of 100 acres located 2 miles south of Camp Dick Robinson this county For particulars address E F Parks Danville or J S Parks Marcellus Ky 9 233t I Jellico and Blue Gem coal for cash H B Northcott 2t New line of Granite Ware Coffee Pots Pans Dippers c 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 pen i cils c for children at Wards grocery 916 2t eggs 15 cents 2t Trade with Ward and serve the Lord 9162t For Sale Salt Lime Portland and Black Dia mond cement H B Northcott 2t Farm for Sale For sale fine farm located In Madi son county near good schools and churches one mile from Paint Lick consisting of TWO HUNDRED and TEN ACRES with a good 10 room dwelling and large new stock barn and also new tobacco barn 72x144 feet and a good tenant house on farm and good 3 room cabin In back yard and all other outbuildings including buggy house barn barn ice house smoke house etc also flower pit and orchard near house This farm is under good fences and is well watered by good never falling springs and has 3 i cisterns on farm it be sold worth the money and is a very deslra 4 ble home For futher address Box 164 or Mrs 82frtf il jJJJf II bridges- In other attempt abo t All t50c ntsand varnishes and can give t prices Fountainse ore FrIsb coal they want they ring up 140 Our It- t For Sale Coal g H B Northcott ock EH Ballard Ii r 0 Paint you are Fri bids Semi cannel Cleanfresh laid necessary henhouse woodshed Stanford Ky it Business 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 Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for saleMarksbury Son The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby 25tf Smith Currey Agts New stock large fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf Wanted 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for sleeping etc Apply to Marksbury Son Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of tine 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 Yanderpool block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Good pony to ride to school Will pay 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 sale Banks Hudson 8 20 Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 820 Seed rye recleaned for sale 8 20 Banks Hudson One hundred pairs of Ladies in small sizes at 25 50 and 75c per pair The above slippers we sold from 2 00 to 8300 H T Logan 99 For Sale 800 bnshels of Yellow Fultz seed wheat recleaned Walton Moss Phone in residence 819 6t For Rent At Once Ten room two story house Half block from the square on Danville street Suitable for Apply to Jno M Orand Stylish new falMiats 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 See J E Stormes forliterature rates and via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf For sale of No 1 2 yearold mules strictly good ones in every re spect Wm Royston PointrLeavell 3t Seeds For Sale Timothy Clover and field Seeds of all kinds Buy or sell call and see us H Marksbury Son For Rent For 1905 One farm containing 241 acres and nine room dwelling and tenant house Two stock Dams and tobacco barns well watered and well fenced H miles from Lancaster on Buck pike For further information to H 8193t Wanted to rent a farm Pav cash rent E C McWhorter Lancaster 9 2tf Phone 130 For 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 First and Third Tuesday In each month Parties con homa Territory Texas or any point West North west or South west can get information and literature from J EStormes Lancaster Ky tf The Rock System will have very low round trip tickets to California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf If have been unable to find com fort in reading eves aches after read We are importing this year direct and dressed for sale Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard 2t I have allklnds of and dressed lumber for sale at prices Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard 2t Duroe Jew Boar I will stand him for the season 1904 for LOO Money due when service rendered Joe F Price 28t Barley Seed for Sale 1 have No 1 Barley Seed for sale Address J Wade Walker Poini Leavell Ky 24t Notice to Taxpayers I am now ready to collect and you will save money by calling and settling the penalty is added which will be done in a Please call and settle at once W 8 and Bargains atMarksbury WantedPony SlIp- pers 8194t Situated eye apply C Jennings Southwest a trip to Indian or Okla until low one way rates to California and the North west Sept 15 to Oct 15J E Ing calL on Dr Hugh Lancas ter Friday Aug 26th Fox Studio 826 from Hyacinths Tulips and other Bulbs which we will sell very cheap will be ready In September J CThompson 82 tf 9 taxes GC ii d information Isfand Frisco returning Holland Fine 9 some before few diy Lawson b 4 t r AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTSDRUGGIST LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS fiooot B F HUDSON Cashier BIQNBT Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold M M M M M m H H M M To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and nantsville The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 M A 8 DANNY Preside JOHN E STOHMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird ELWoods Prest WC FishVice Prest WG Kemper PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 BUGGIES Conn BrosnU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1UU UUUll1U1U1UUJUUU1U1U1UUJU 1 t t t I I I I I I I I t t t t t I I I t t t t I I It LEAYELL WO I i Equipped BanI Th BanIof ntsv ll lentucl9 2 to i B Ii Cash mmrm t n mmmnrnimmmmml mmm mmmmm Sii In School- Books Wg11 3rd 4OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOpppppppp00000000OQpQpax493 C 004sC d M COY D L FRY BGiGUYNr ARNOLD WOODS BURROWS W C FISH E L WOODS DIIUCOrORS R L J B J S Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance j ONLY ONE DOLLAR QOOEIPnIUHt uOJ EW JEWELL YIN EN t VAN LAllR rr iMNLv If you have only One Dollar to spare send It to KM CO And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you may be Any sum from 1 to f5000 will be accepted IIII IDIk See Our New Booklet Commenced Business July IOOI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II llu1ghIi III Mug Seat OH AppIUcatloo I All accounts In this bank are strictly between the bank and the est Is added January and July and ne PinttM m ht i w GO of Commerce Bid Ctnclanatl OGaiter confidential compounded V r at1- k U BILIOUS People dread the periodic at tack nausea and headache which results from de rangement of the stomach and sluggish action of the liver g To cure the bilious condition the stomach and liver must be put into a condition c and this result is accomplished t by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It cures indigestion and other dis eases of the and its allied organs of digestion and j nutrition It makes the liver active It cures bilious j ing ness by curing the causes which produce it It purifies the blood from the poisonous substances which clog and corrupt Sj i and which breed and disease Acting directly on the blood S making glands it increases their activity and so increases the t supply of pure rich blood upon which physical health depends K different kinds of receiving any benefit writes Mr I of Cleveland Miss In I wrote to Dr R V Pierce and he his Golden Medical Discovery I have taken about S four bottles and am cured of troublesome disease At times all through the summer season I was unable to work at all Now I can obligation to you and your wonderful medicine and cannot say too S for Persons who suffer from disease chronic form are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V i Pierce Buffalo N Y S Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing just as good for diseases of stomach liver and blood On Pierce Pleasant Pallets assist the action of the Discovery SfflSWfflfflSBaSSRSS I suffered from indigestion liver and biliousness and took many P J recommended in weather I had fever and every morning had a bad taste in mouth and SJ work and I believe do as much as Peel that I am under I in m J 66 S it- t ioo 1 hot one great i I HAMHAGK Mrs Moddie Conn visited Mrs D G Ross Sunday Sam Fields sold a horse to Henry Tankersley for 70 Mr John who has been sick is better at this writing Mrs Sam Wald returned to her home In Chesterfield Ill Tuesday Givens Tenill bought a mare from Miss Lytha ack for 75 Mrs Bessie Field visited her mother Mrs Mary Ilammack Tuesday Mrs Lyda Murphy has returned home after a pleasant yisit with friends in Indiana McCKEAilY Mrs John Hamm is very sick Mr and Mrs T W Bradsbaw are in Mercer county visiting their daughter Mrs John Curd Miss Lucy Dickerson of Buckeye spent last week with her cousin Mrs Porter Wearen Mrs Mary Kelly and Miss Willie B Henry visited relatives In Kirksville last week Mrs John Prather remains very low and is not expected to live Mr J B Warner is very sick and his nieces Misses Maud and Annie Perrin of Stanford are with him Mr John Askins bought a horse from W Brown for 575 Mr Hughes Askins and sister of BeunaVista are visiting their brother John Askins and wife Mr S Morgan was here last week buying stock Sam Prather sold to S Morgan a nice hunch of shoats at 5c Watson Prewitt sold to Victor Lear 17 shoats 140 Ibs at5c Mrs A S Ward of Livingston is here visiting her brother A S Wheeler Several of our neighbors are hauling In their coal while the roads are good Uncle Silas Creech had a valuable milk cow to die from eating green cornMrs R A Prather who has been sick is much better we are glad to noteMr Joe A Ross sold to W Wagers of Richmond 25 hogsaverage 240 pounds at 520 per 100 Ibs Mr B Sebastian of Illinois is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Thompson Sebastian Mr and Mrs W T Watson expect to leave for Missouri by the 3rd of Oct to visit their daughters family and see the sights at the Worlds Fair Mr Joe A Ross took his little daugh ter Cora to Crab Orchard to have her eyes treated by an eye specialist and we are glad to note she is much better now Mr and Mrs J T Jackson visited their grand parents at Stone last Sat urday and Sunday and attended preaching at Sugar enjoyed two most excellent sermons MANSE Protracted meeting began at Mt Tabor Monday night Mr W 0 Goodloe of your town visit ed this place last week Capt Doty attended the Confeder ate Reunion at Lexington Mr James Doores of Lancaster relatives here this week Misses Sue and Jennie HIggins spent Saturday at Dripping Springs Miss Georgia Dunn Marksbury visited relatives here last week Mrs Geo Conn has returned after a two weeks visit to relatives in Ohio Born to the wife of Zack Hester a fine son christened Frank Walker Hester Mr Elmore and Henry Frlarson left for Danville last week to enter University Miss Panthea Boyston left Saturday Green to resume her du ties as stenographer Ham NINA very Creekand visited 1 Central forBowllng j Bob N V Miss Mary Craig Moffet of Lebanon has been spending a week with her sister Mrs Towles Walker Miss Estill Walker left Monday for Mississippi where she will be engaged in teaching for the next ten months Mrs Belle Henderson has returned from Brodhead where she has been with her daughter Mrs Ed Newland who has been III with fever Miss Alice Henderson visited Mattie McCormack last week Henderson will leave for Memphis Tenn soon to accept a position 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 their claims 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 1 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 9167t Garrard Circuit Court Public Sale I will offer to the highest my home about 2 miles from Lowell on Spoonvlle pike on THURSDAY OCTOBER 19ftl at 10 oclock a m the following property About 100 head of cattle consisting of 72 yearlings twoyearolds and threeyearolds the remainder cows calves and yearling about SIO hogs consisting of large hogs and pigs Hereford bull I large mare work mule 1 pedigreed Poland China boar 1 selfbinder Chattanooga disc plow disc cnltlratorscraper and a lot of other implements between 4000 and 5000 hales of hay Terms made known on day of sale 3t W J GILLISPIE Lowell Ky Having been offered a better salary to work in the state of Georgia I have decided to leave Lancaster short while and take this method of thank ing my friends and patrons for their work in fence line and will take it as special favor It you will continue to buy of my Son who will continue work here Yours truly 9162t J T Leavell DOMESTIC bidder at heifers sows harrow farm- Ing for a MisS I Better Than Ever The Star That Leads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN IANCASTE REVERY FRIDAY 5 I t i i1 MT ifEJIKON Miss Mayme Bruce is suffering se verely from rheumatism Miss Nellie Preston of Stone is the guest of Miss Alice Vanderpool Mr Lewis Murphy sold a nice lot of fat hogs to Mr Lear at 3c per lb Mr D C Montgomery sold a nice work horse to Mr Earl Grow for Miss Virgie Watts of Nicholasville is the pleasant guest of Mrs Alex DeanMessrs J M Vanderpool and T W Thompson are erecting dwellings on their farms at this place Mr Rash Martin and wife of Mack ville were the guests of their sister Mrs Sarah Duncan last week Mr Thomas Montgomery wife and little son Raymond are the guests of relatives in Washington county Messrs Isaac and Elgin and J B Dean attended a party giv en by Miss Ida Folger Saturday eve ningSusan Johnson who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Wm Nelson for a few weeks returned to her home last week Miss Jennie Lou Rogers who spent a week with Miss Leola Scott and the meeting at this placo re turned to her home near Danville MondayThe of a negro was found by Mr Coley in Kentucky river Lock No 8 Saturday morning No identi fication was made and who and where he was drowned is unknown A series of meetings conducted by Hey A T Woolfolk of Louisville at this place Sept 11th The meeting was quite a success User were 29 additions and much interest was manifested by every one Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens of Versailles O For years he was with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicine gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel Only 50c Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist 1m Land Stock Crops Robert Clemons sold James Sallee of Jessamine 28 cattle that averaged 1215 lbs at 4c Harrodsburg Herald Will Bishop of Lucas shipped a of steers weighing 1100 pounds Saturday for which he paid an price of 375 per one hundred Ibs Glasgow Times Wheat at per bushel before next May was roared by the Bulls on tne wheat with few traders venturing to sellJ C Brown of Grant county sold 270000 old tobacco to John W Gavle of Owenton at 20c At Wit chester John Booth sold to C C Curey 21 acres of his new crop of tobacco at lOc all round Albert Wilson of the Bethel neigh borhoodsold his crop of 24 acres of partly cut and estimated to pro duce 37000 Ibs to A B Robertson at lOc to take charge of it at once and assume all risks Owlngsville Out lookAn eastern poultry food firm offered 8500 in prizes to the five nearest guesses on the number of feathers on a hen The highest estimate was 600000077 the lowest 90 The correct number was 8120 I 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 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 bands of mankind For sale by Frisbies Drug Store Hlckety picket my black hen She comes in quite handy when AU of us sit down to sup And the price of meat Is up Tons of nutritious hay J per acre can be obtained from 75 Montgomery at Burgin attended closed l troubled Complaints carload average 2 MondayThere lbs of tobacco correct received trouble 11 itt r I a A Four 1 The neWlDter and Spring pu croP bealdea being the largest siding forage crop for Fall sowing A full description win be found In our Fall Also descriptirts of WInter Turf Oats DwarfEaaex Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley lmproyed Seed Whests Seeds tile Ht7 STUDS 4 CO SIT LOUISVILLE XV 1 f- o F tar Fs CaIN N Alfalfa Crass QoerSoedsVgetable Seeds etc Ovrfr4rkkdi Rbo u si R KINNAIRD INSURANCERep- resefltifliFollflwinjCflipaiilfis Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile H F Hillenmeyer Son Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky K Offer for the Fall of 1904 a full stock Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines Asparagus Small Fruits Shrubs and every thing for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application Wm Herndon Q B winebroad 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 in Central Ken tucky Low Prices and Correct Styles 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 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN A 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 bil ious attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are cer tabby an Ideal pill Sold by R E McRoberts lm Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Fair Otter TOade By R E lncKobru 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 of catarrh has such an unusual ofcures to its credit that R E McRoberts offer to refund the mon ey if it does not give the desired benefit This is certainly one of the fairest offers that can be made and any one who has catarrh and does not take advantage of it is do lug himself or herself an injustice Do not suffer any longer with smarting burning troubles that afflict those who have catarrh Hyomei will cure you but if you should not find it adaptedto your case R E McRob erts will return your money C Atna Lifo Ins Co ufHartfordConJ r I HANUSOMfSTMILllNfRY O Till et M oN LAUNDRY LancasterKentucky Agent considerable customers record tickling I I C oo o Sallie OOOOOO ring L KodolCommissioners Sale of Laud GAUUAUD CIUCUIT CounT John Will Carpenter Pill vs David Carpenters Heirs Defts By virtue or a judgment in tile 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 Cartersvllle 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 be required of the purchaser for the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day 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 property sold until purchase monev is J M ROTWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Sept 9 1904 R H Tomlinson Atty Commissioners Sale of Land GAUHAKD CIRCUIT CounT John M Duncan Pill 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 highest 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 her life time and containing about live 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 purchase 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 ROTH 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 expose to public sale 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 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 who was the father of J F Stone said J F Stone being his 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 Jas Crow containing 96 acres more or less this being the de scription 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 1904 W L Lawson Sheriff Garrard county The Guarantee Protects You If Mlona Cure Dyspepsia BE McRoberu will return your Money 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 on return of the empty box the purchaser tells me that it has failed cure or stomach troubles guarantee covers two SOC boxes or treatment Signed Any one who has dyspepsia headaches dizziness or specks before the eyes or any form and stomach troubles should take advantage of this chance to be returned upon de McRoberts give a positive guarantee with every box show ing most conclusively his faith in this remarkable described security August following dur- Ing payable retained directed heirat law extent JasSanders August Doe I Ito indigestion ofliver mandR mcdv ff lf t j fbi a5 DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottle contaha 2i times the trial which sells 50 PRzpACeo ONLY AT LAeORATOCY or E C DeWITT COMPANy CHICAGO ILLFor sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky size for cents THE Commissioners Sile of Land GAKUAKO CIRCUIT CounT Wm II Kinnaird Gdn c Pill vs Rice Benge c Dfts Mary Gill c Pills petitionRicevirtue of a in the above styled action icndered at the August term lJ04 of the Garrard Court I will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1904 County Court day publicly before the court house door in the lilLy of Garrard county Ky sell to First Tract Lying in the Baker addition to the town of Lancaster the property now owned by G Al Siler conveyed to him by Susie Slier by deed of record in Garrard County Clerks office in deed book 17 582 on the 4th day of April 1902 and at the north west corner of the barn fronting on Totten avenue thence s 8505 w 186 feet thence s 4 55 E 6775 feet to Stones line thence with Stone easterly 186 feet to a point thence parallel with first line x 4 55 AV 6075 feet to the beginning contain 281 acres tract is to be sold to realize 61205 including to the day of sale and 812277 costs of action making a total to be realized at said sale of 734 82 Should said tract not bring sufficient money to said debt interest and costs Iwill next sell tract No 2 which is as follows Second Tract Lying in the Baker addition to the town of Lancasterand Garrard County Clerks office deed book No 17 page 583 on the 4th day of April 1902 fronting on Totten ave nue and bounded as follows at a locust post corner to J I Hamilton Totten avenue thence s 8505 pole AV 41905 feet to a stake cor ner to G M Slier thence s 455 K 6775 feet to Stones line thence with Stone N 855 E 41905 feet to Hamiltons line stake thence w 6775 feet to the beginning containing 6 52 acres out of which excepted 155 acres owned by J L Jones If tracts one and two do not 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 rotten avenue corner to J 1 Ham ilton thence s 8505 w 100 to a stake corner to Slier s4 55 E 677o5 feet to a stake on Stone thence with N 8505- E 100 feet to a stake corner to thence N 4 55 w 6775 feet to the beginning containing 155 acres of If said lot Xo 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 plain tills debt 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 interest from day 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 ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cult Court This September 9th 1904 Herndon Swinebroad Attys 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 Plies eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for genuine Sold by R E McRoberts Im The Stomach In the Man A weak stomach weakens the man because is cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first rostorng health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach cannot di gest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol DysgepsU Cure digest wheat you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands and membrances of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Sold by R E Mc Roberts lm From 148 to 92 Pounds One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marioc Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down In weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the sough strengthened my lun s and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold McRobercs lm IERCESFAV3 Circuit Lancaster followingcountyKy page beginning JOg Interest described byG x 455 Hamilton What DeWittsthe I I byRE yqff RESCRTION FOR WEAJ4WOMEN beginning 3 a 4 causing e KILLTHE COUCHMID CURE THE LUNGS Nsw Discovery WITH DrG II FOR ONSUKPTION OUGHS and OLDS I Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK WILL CURE any case of that is not beyond the reach No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was practically given up to die Foleys Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AND 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by C C J E Stormes Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July 23 iso TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number 1 Dally stops when Unseed 1150 am Number 3 stops when IIiiacIll0 pm Number 5 Daily makes all stops ll0 am Number Ually stops SUipm pmNumberNumbers Dally stops 150 pm Number 10 Dully stops biioam KIDNEYCURE KIDNEYor BLADDERDISEASE ofmedicine For over fivo I StOaTS BOtTND FOLEYS years Get the Habit Take Life Plant and Get Well Price BOcSIOO Free Trial 1 w Medical history does not record a discovery that w 11 equal the merits of LIFE SLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh and all Blood Diseiej Its action inates the poisonous germ that cre is pure Our guarantee ia No Cure No Pay therefore there ia no reason for yon to suffer longer Mrs Susan Lewton of Malvern O writesI rheumatism for one year and a considerable portion of the tlino I WM BO bad I could scarcely walk My ankle was so a great deal of toe time I could scarcely get on my shoe My limbs and I Buffered continually I tried a great many remedies but was unable to get relief until I tried IUFB PLANT 1 took tour bottles and was entirely oared It Is a great remedy Life Plant k Manufactured only by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO McRoberts Drugstore permanentIt purebloodtheblooi 1J wese numb X4 e