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AL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1904 r I FIFTEENTH NUMB27- l i L VI TIE CENTITEAS Pure Water INSURES GoodHealth To keep your cistern free from leaves birds nests and 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 Beazley Co L DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business E L JENNINGS New Fall Goods ARRIVING Dont buy your Fall and Winter supplies until you have made us a visit and priced our goods We feel sure we can make it worth your while A New and Clean Stock To SEfcECT FROW iUeniH PaMLici I r ill m buys FE trash I lf I HASBLDN tJ4 to JA R taw r i 4 p E3- L 13 E3- F3 0 ilasoldeli- D1Iilfops E3 D HaiItooDuoIap g ooQQQo 1 t A I For County Attorney Joe E Robinson the original of above likeness was burn in county i the son of James Sarah Robinson and 31 years of Though born in Lincoln Mr has been identified with the interest and people of Garrard county since early boyhood he is related to Robinson family of Garrard and also to many other Garrard families through his mother was a daughter of George McDonald wellknown citizen of the Bryantsvil sectionMr after receiving primary education in the schools in the vicinity of his home entered school in Lancaster what was known as the Old School house near the depot 1 afterward entered Garrard College where he graduated in 1891 being eighteen years of age After spending one year in Kentucky University put the finishing touches to his educa tine he began teaching school as prin cipal of the Bradfordsville at Bradfordsville Ky where taught in 18921893 going from Maxville Washington Ky where he was principal of high school during the session of 189 94 During the session of 95 M Robinson occupied toe chair of Math ematics in Daughters College liar rodsburp Ky He early in life conceived the of becoming a lawyer and pursued course of teaching in order to earn necessary funds to enable him to at tend a law school he entered Centre College law school where he gradu ated in 1896 He was admitted to Lancaster Bar in August of that and at once entered the active of his chosen profession splendid qualifications ready wit affable manner were not long in win ning for him a goodly share of the le gal practice in this community this practice has grown steadily and he now recognized as one of the leading attorneys possessed of one of the most lucrative practices at the Lancaster Bar Ills splendid knowledge of the and sound judgment has brought him a vast amount of business in the way of the winding up of estates etc and he is and for a number of years been Public Administrator for Garrard county Having been raised on a farm like majority of farmer boys he still retains his love for farm life and he owns in connection with his brother successfully operates one of the model small farms of this section of state as a proof of his ability as for the past two years been pronounced by the dealers among the best brought to this He is also a good judge of a and has bred and raised of best horses seen in the county Mr Robinson is married and one of Lancasters prettiest resi dences and one of her most moral and substantial citizens He has long been active in thecouncils of the party and has ever been willing to contribute more substantial aid than advice and council always giving lib erally to the campaign fund and there not a school house or place of public gathering in the county but has heard voice through more than one in the support and defense ol party with which he affiliates His career began in this county when he was made secretaij and treasurer of the Campaign Com mittee and he was clairman of that committee in 189899 and 1900 There not a democrat in the county but will bear witness to his faithful during those years His many friends claim that he richly deserves office to which he aspires that ol county attorney that he has merited by his faithful service to his party the past eight years they go and predict that after the pri nary election on October 8tb he will found to be his partys nominee by handsome majority Mr Robinson has been making a very active compaign and being per acquainted with nearly every voter in the county it is predicted the coming primary will witness polling of one of the heaviest votes in the countys his as well as the finish of one of the most hotly contested primaries Mr Robinson while of a modest and retiring disposition is quick to form opinions and does not hesitate to them His ideas icratlc he is a believer in a popular of government by the people I tilt Lincoln ly and age Robinson his the county county who a hi public fathers in Brick then he thereto county the lSD idea this the the year practice His and is law has the and the a farmerhis hemp has market horse some the occupies democratic Is his I the political in IS97 is the it for be a son ally that the tory his verydem Academy campaign i service further democratic express are form t e c o s d t is opposed to machine politics in form whatsoever and an earnest of the primary election as proper and fair manner which a political party should their nominees Mr Robinson is a moral and citizen a polite and courteous man a careful and prudent and a concise conscientious and economical man of If electee3 he will be no acquisition to the fiscal court of t county to whom the county supposed to be an adviser and matter of how able a body of men court is composed the services and of an able attorney and economical man of business will 0f Local Interest Pat up your stoye Pay for The Record Big crowd in town Monday Dont fail to register next Spare ribs and sausage will soon ripe I The persimmon crop is almost failure Plenty of booze on tap in Monday The Democratic primary is nigh Whats become of that steam bon dry project This office appreciates your for job printing The music at the Christian church is especially fine The turkey crop will be about average this fall The ice dealer receives a cool these frosty mornings Large congregations attend the ser vices at the Christian church Want to vote Then register you live in the town precincts This office is printing the ballots the primary Saturday the 8th The L and N will run another excursion to Cincinnati Sunday The City Council meets Go tell em your troubles The price of coal is unusually low this time of year Lay it in now Lots of people wont enjoy heaven there will be nothing to kick Some people have a lot of good in but the trouble is they dont let out Rain is badly needed all over the county In some parts the dust is Get ready to cuss the moth for into those old last winters duds soon get out Farmers have their work well up in in better shape than for several so we are told The Graded School is working nlce and never started out under more favorable conditions Capt Phil Price of the day trains is stepping like a dog in high rye a girl and was born Sunday night A farmer toid us Monday that in section near McCreary a old fashioned rain had not fallen eight or ten months J M and Frank McMillen caught some pretty bass out of the Ward pond on Lexington street and them in Lake Placid Lewis Leavell the colored arrested at Lexington on a charge of was dismissed the grand jury falling to find an indictment Rev C M Chumbley is assisting Rev E Weaver in a meeting at Presbyterian church He will to fill his pulpit Sunday Dave Ross says business at the jail exceedingly dull and he will make his salt this year Fact of matter is very few if any of the county offices pay much now The Danville Advocate says work the electric light plant for that will be commenced within a month and the electric road from to Junction City is a sure go Our regular monthly Conference be held at the Baptist church in Lancaster next Sunday We want a and officers meeting Sunday morning before preaching Pastor Black birds have become such a in the lawn at Mi H C Jenning lat shot guns are being used to ex terminate them They keep the lawn and are a nuisance In many Notice Protracted meeting will begin at Tuesday evening Oct 4th Burgess will be with us the meeting Come ready to do for the Lord Pastor Try Home The man who stands on the and talks about building up town now has an opportunity to in that enterprise by making fall and winter purthases with his merchants any the only just In choose upright gentle farmer clearheaded business mean attorney- is that prudent never Tuesday be a town drawing order an reception if for L50 Monday night for because about it knee deepsget- ting youll fact years ly i again Its his genu- Ine for Rothwell placed forgery E the Rich mood return is the on city wIll deacons vile ways Buckeye Rev Sam H in work stones his his home advocate advice same nmlss- i them attorney morning scarcely there nuisance Merchants curb assist 4 KI e o At a meeting of the county Monday Mr Fred P Friable was td fill the unexpln term of Uncle Moss Collier Ac meeting of thfe Democratic Committee Monday Henry was nominated as candidate coroner the place jon the ticket by his Moses Collier 1 Simpson is a deserving man and worthy in every way Lancaster has thS best electric plant in the state It burns with regularity and gJves better satisfa Lion than any we have seen you have seen others dont make comment on plant Haselden Robinson have an entire outfit fiir tin shop lug etc and will continue the ness at same stand occupied by J Haselden They employ tinners and plumbers and run business on principles he Boss Corn Mr David E Henry brought to Record office some of the best corn the season He has fifteen acres picked twelve ears which weigh twenty pounds They are formed and pronounced by good to be the best of the season Republican Nominee Hon N D Miles republican for congress in this district addresse a goodsize crowd at the court hous Monday those who heard him his remarks very much M Miles is a prominent citizen of Jessa mine and a gentleman in every way He is an uncle of Judge Hempbil of this city whose guest he was in Lancaster Do You Want to Vote If you live In either of the three Lancaster precincts and want to at any of the approaching elections you must go to your accustomed places next Tuesday the 4th register and get a certificate This new law recently requires every voter to register before can vote The certificate given next Tuesday must be taken with when you ask for a ballot to vote next election also at the primary be held the 8th Court Day An unusually large crowd was in Monday trading being above average though the warm hindered sale of winter goods to a extent There were many mule on the market but dealers sellers wanted too much money for and few were sold The long as high asa cats A few cattle were old plug horse held his own The were very much in evi ence and the glad hand was as busy a scrub bulls tall is fly time While some drunkenness yet no srious trouble resulted Woodcock Many Lancaster friends regret to of the death of Wm P Wood which occurred at Colorado Col Sunday Mr Woodcock born and reared in Garrard county spending several years in Lancaster death of his father which in this city Will moved with mother to Danville He has been r failing health for some time and to Colorado in hope of recuper The remains were taken to and interred beside those of father Entries For Democratic Primary Saturday was the last day for up the dough to enter the primary to be held Oct 8 and following will go on the ticket county clerk J A Doty and Tom rherritt for county attorney Joe E Robinson Robt L Davidson for magistrate in Lancaster district J E and Squire Sam Johnson This is now printing the ballots and is about in readiness Each says he is sanguine of and all are working bard Another Good citizen to Leave Business men that is those who are for the town will regret to learn that Mr J Raymond has decided to accept a propostion to to and will leave for that city In a days He has been in business since his teens and by hard has managed to get in good for one of his years Mr Basel is one of the best plumbers and tinsmiths in Kentucky and always all the work he can do He invented a water filter which bringing him a neat income while has several offers for it that would him on the shady side of easy The Record regrets to see a hustler move away from especially one who is always to work for and contribute to Dr Murray the opthalmologist who made several visits to Lancaster by the way was getting about all work he could do was threatened arrest in this city Friday the stating that complaint had made that he was practicing without license Dr Murray to the Record and his in this paper also said that remedy was nature and he that be uses no medicines However be folded his tent returned to Danville where be us court appointed County Simpson for held grand lath young light more Unless adverse purchased plumb bust R the The of and over perfectly judges candidate complimenting JC while vote Is undera enactedand he you at to town the weather great colts eared back soldwhile the as there was learn cock Springs was After occurred his went ting Somerset his digging democratic the For Bourne office everything candidate success hustling exceedingly Haselden few work shape den has is he place street exceed- Ingly town ready improvementsDr ShutOut has and the officers been medicine stated his claimS and tells he bitter f 1i d coroner very this rill competent upto voting claimed them youngsters candidates flattering move Richmond here recently with advertisements whatever will aglit the twit to and d r e r tai Use Some Judgment It is only a matter of a very short time until one is going to be se riously injured by the reckless driving on the streets Some people beat and thrash old plugs down the streets and never think that other vehicles may come out from cross streets thus en dangering the lives of good people This is done by people who are sup posed to have some sense and if it not stopped serious injury will result It is jao uncommon occurrence for some gourdhead to tear across the Public Square at break neck speed whipping and lashing an old switch tall horse and taking no pains to keep out of the way of pedes trians A man on foot has as much right to the streets as any sapheaded driver and if the latter have no for the people who use the streets the police should take a hand Interesting Meeting The meeting in progress at the Christian church is being attended by large congregations and indications are that great good will be accom pushed Services are held each even ing at 730 also at 230 p m on Mon days Wednesdays and Fridays The sermons by Eld McLelland are splen did and his eloquence goes home to his hearers Arthur T Brooks who conducts the music sings a solo at each service which is greatly enjoyed He has a rich barytone voice and his singing is exceptionally fine All the people are invited to these services and The Record urges you to go as they are full of Interest and you will be greatly benefitted Eld Brooks who was to have conducted the servi ces was forced to cancel the appoint ment on account of illness of his wife who is dangerously ill It was then that an effort was made to get Elder McLelland who arrived Monday and took charge of the services BroTi der is present at each service and is lending valuable assistance Mr Mc Lelland is pastor of the Christian church at Richmond He is a man of fine education splendid address and deep thought His splendid knowledge of history makes his sermons all the more interesting the illustrations and references bringing out his points so clearly that a child may understand them Mr McLelland is a member of Richmond Commandery Knights Templar and very prominent in Masonic circles Millinery Opening Saturday October 1st we will special display of Imported and a large creations We invite our Lancaster friends to see us on that day Noel Sisters Danville Ky It The Flying Dutchman is gone I some is whatever I make- a Eastern Patternsalso assortment our own come Respectfully regard of cordially Coming In We are now receiving a nice assortment of fall goods including the new and upto date things in Wool Dress Goods plain and fancy MOHAIRS plain and fancy SILKS General line of Staple Dry Goods Notions and MILLINERY which we will sell at a small percent of profit Most of the goods we carried over from last Fall and Winter will be sold for cost and in many in stances for less than Cost As we have said be fore it is our purpose to close out our business here and we will work to that end This is a great opportunity for you to secure goods De pendable merchandise at low prices Come early and get first choice Millinery Opening Saturday October 8 THE Logan Dry Goods andwinter I I COMPANY I I I I J I i OUR Ladies Misses and Childrens SLIPPERS MUST OO In order to make room for Fall and goods We are selling them for less than manufacturers cost New and Up To Date FftLL GOODS fire Arriving Daily When 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 Terms Strictly Cash H T LOGAN I nn I IIII Winter I I I I J i ii- t r t i a it www t Get In The Habit Of Visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co We are now opening the largest and most complete stock of FALL DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS SHOES LADIES UNDERWEAR CLOAKS Silk Suitings T ever brought to Lancaster Time nor money were not spared in making these selections and we can say with much pleasure that we have exactly what you want provided you want the very latest and best styles and qualities We call especial attention to the TOURISTS COATS which are all the go this season Dont make your fall purchases until you see what we have as you will make a mistake if you miss seeing this stock Joseph Mercantile 60INCORPORATED Our STOVES Give SATISFACTION Air Tight Heaters All Sizes Cannon Stoves Of Every Kind Franklin Stoves Monkey Stoves Laundry Stoves Wood Heaters STOVES FOR Churches School- Houses Halls All Large Rooms LOOK AT OUR ELECTRIC RANGES f X 1tI JfI II I I I I It I I I It 1 j IHOSIERYIjLADIES I land It I I I I 1111 I 11 1111 I I I I 111 I I I r WI IJ1U W IA I 8 11 HASflDfN and ROBINSON 111 rviv vvav vvvvv vv vVWV ddVVV YV V V vvL VYVtI WEAREREADYI i 1 I ERY OOOOC 0000G C 0000O0000000OOC OOmOm4- f f 5 r i l ff t jutni i MAL KtCUHD Jasiued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Matt Mailer Lancaster September 30 1904 A man with troubles and a woman with a sympathetic voice make a combination that often ends at the altar Charlie Sommers of the Elizabeth town News will make the race for State Senator and heres wishing all success to the clever gentleman The young ladies of Georgia have formed an antikissing society and the Harrodsburg Democrat says they will find it mighty hard to stop at a mere hug The editor of the Louisville Post has been sued for 80000 damages Pshaw Whats a little sum like that for an editor to pay Why didnt the parties sue for damages We will give a years subscription to the proprietor of the first St Louis boarding house that is not advertised as within a stones throw of main entrance to Fair Grounds The Mt Vernon Signal has reached its seventeenth milestone and grows better every day They dont grow better and harder working boys Editor Edgar Albright The Earlington Bee with its usual hustle and push issued a splendid double number containing account of the reunion of the Second Brigade U C V held in that city last week A correspondent of the Shelby Will Barrackmans good paper says you see shaded ribbons shaded veils and shaded stockings He has evidently been attending an old time county fair or the streets of Shelby ville are very muddy The newspapar men are very glad indeed that Jim Richardson was nom inated for congress by the democrats of the Third District He is a man of marked ability which insures his qualification for any office in the gift of the people A Louisville preacher prefaced his sermon thus The brother who sug gested that I take Crime for a theme stated to me that nowadays when he passes a man on the street who does not shoot him he feels like taking his hat off to that man Judge Parker the democratic nom inee for president says he wants LO personalities used by his friends dur ing the campaign The oldtime mud slinging has played out any way even in little county races that is no gen tleman will slander his opponent Eggs unlike most other products of the farm are fit for the market the minute they are laid remarks an exchange Yes thats all the trouble is some poultry think they remain in fit condition in definitely and f all to bring them to market the minute or even a month after they are laid In his address of welcome to the National Colored Baptist Convention held at Austin Texas Governor Lan ham used the following words will carry many of us back to the scenes of our childhood Gov Lan bam said I shall never forget the days of my childhood 1 shall never forget the colored members of our family and especially that good old colored nurse of mine Dont oe afraid of the word negro You must be proud of your own racial distinction I believe that if I shall live and so conduct myself down here that when I shall leave this world and be permitted to enter the celestial hall I shall see my black mammy transformed into an angel Tribute of a Friend In the death of Moses Collier hIs family his friends his church and the community have all suffered loss To his family he was faithful and devoted to his friends he was true to his church he was faithful and loving to the community He was an example of uprightness and honesty A very Nathaniel in whom was no guile The writer of these lines has known him long and well and bear testimony to his neighborly kindness his high though modest Christian character his honesty and all that goes to make an explary citizen His last end was peace During his last illness his faith was strong and his hope was anchored within the vale In his weakness he prayed and waited patiently for the summons from his Lord to come up higher May his children and friends strive so to live that their last find may be like his is the prayer of a true friend D R A Lancaster District Meeting The teachers of the Lancaster met at Herrings school house Saturday and spent a enjoyable time The program filled with good things and every ode felt that It was good to have been there A and delicious dinner was served the editor of The Record being nicely remembered bys box of delightful cake made by these experts in the culinary art Mrs Jim and Miss Aggie Bourne When troubled with Constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are take and Tio o eiHinpIeas ant effect For saleby Frisbless Drug Swre ii 1 J ioo Ky I Sentinel newspaper true but it t t t t t t district waS Bourne it 10 per Second Ctass tha- is raiser mammy can most bountiful produce gripin m s Rawson Rauan sold 3 steers to W D 21 inure at 3c per pound James Singleton of Cedar Creek spent Sunday with J P Rogers Menifee Elmore and family were visitors of W H Cummins Sunday Miss Flora Fox who has been at Somerset for some time came home SaturdayMiss Anderson of Lancaster was the guest of J L Anderson and wife last week Cummins wife and daughter Miss Alice May were with relatives in Stanford and Cedar Creek last week John Rigsby sold a weanling horse colt to D M Anderson for 851 00 and J M Cress a span of mules to same for 250 Ma J J Thompson will soon complete the addition to his house which will give him the best house in this neigh borhood Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson and Hallie Brown have returned home from the Worlds Fair and report a fine time Mr John Brown an aged citlzenand a man of the highest character is in a very critical condition at the home of his son W H Brown Mr J F Green one of our oldest is in a very precautious condi tion at this time May the gracious Father deal gently with him The little two year old daughter of Mr and Mrs J as F Payne passed to the Great Bevond last week May this sad passing away be the means of drawing father and mother to a living faith in Christ What Life In the last analysis nobody know but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even results Irregular living means of the organs resulting in Constipation Headache or trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at McBoberts Drug 1m BRYANTS VILLE Miss Alice Dunn of Danville spent Sunday at home Mr C C Becker is in Cincinnati this week on business Clay Dunn bought of Jeff Dunn a fine pair of mules for 290 Mrs Sam Baker of Jessamine vis ited her sister Mrs Will Glass last week Mr Eugene Berkele still continues very ill of fever but is said to be im provingMr Mrs James Nichols of Lou isville are expected this week to Mr J W Farlee and family Miss Mayme Ballard will go to Lex ington next week to visit friends and relatives and attend the races Mr and Mrs Harvey Herd and chil dren of Fort Worth Texas are visit ing their sister Mrs B F Patton Mr Clint Moore is at home spending several months in Charles ton West Va where he has been en gaged in business Mrs Hallie B Sweeney has returned to her home in Jeffersonville Ind at ter spending the summer here with friends and relatives Quite a large crowd were in town Saturday to attend the millinery open of Mrs Steadman and Mrs Hasel have a beautiful line of goods Misses Joe Helen and et are in St Louis attending the ex position this week also Misses Mary and Fannie Tomlinson are expected to go in a few days Mr B G Louisville this week where he went to buy hs fall stock also Mr Will Dickerson was there to purchase his line of new goods All of our merchants seem to be buy lug quite a large stock this season Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain Cough Remedy I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for more than twenty yeaS and it has given entire satisfaction I have sold a pile of it and can recom mend it highly Joseph McElbiney Linton Iowa You will find this rem edy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m t 1 ll W i F F cit- Izens i slhrhtly pain de- rangements visit aft r ling denboth MuUlns was In tiLiliil tNVi1iE Live Store Wadelee Mal e ll MeUIIHAUY Mrs George Austin is suffering with pleurisyJohn Prather sold a mule colt to Thompson Hill for 875 Mrs J W Perrin of Stanford is with her brother J B Warner A little girl was born to the wife of George Grow last Friday J B Bourne and J W Gulley return ed from St Louis the 25th Misses Nell Bourne and Bessie Gul lie were in Stanford last Sunday Mr Edward Simpson and wife of Crab Orchard are visiting their par ents Miss Virgie Arnold of Lancaster visited Miss Maggie Patterson last weekMrs Maggie Gulley has returned home from a visit to relatives in Lou isville Mr and Mrs Kirby Grimes of Nicho lasville are visiting the family of Davis Sutton Messrs and and families of Lancaster were of Mr and Mrs John Lackey Sun day A K Brooks came out to Antioch Sunday afternoon with Elder F M Tinder and his singing and talk was greatly enjoyed Last Saturday and Sunday brother Foley filled Bro Pikes pulpit at Free dom Mr and Mrs J B Curtis have return ed home after visiting Mrs Norris pa rests at Preachersville Mr J P Prather was in this neigh borhood last Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Spears of Somerset were visiting their daughter Mis Nichols last Saturday and Sunday- r Mr Wm Prather and family who moved to Illinois about a year ago have returned and are living happy once more at home Mrs Elizabeth Prewitt was called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Compton of Illinois who was very sick but is better now Mr Buford Sebastian has returned to his home in Illinois after a pleas ant visit of two weeks to his parents Mr and Mrs Thompson Sebastian of this place Mrs Annie Prewitt of Atlanta 11 linois has returned to her home after a pleasant visit of several weeks to her parents Mr and Mrs R A Prather of this place MAIlKSIiUKY Miss Lula Simpson is quite sick at this writing Miss Annie Perkins has returned from St Louis T I Herring bought of Jeff Dunn a cow and calf for 26 Mr Kinnaird Bourne wife and baby visited friends at Bettis Sunday Rev Crakley of Beaver Dam deliv ered two good discourses at the Fork church Sunday Mr Harry D Aldridge has sold his farm to Mr Jonah Marsee of Lancas ter at 67 per acre School at Rice Academy has been suspended on account of the illness of the teacher Miss Jennie Higgins Misses Katharine and Forest Den ton of Paint Lick are being enter tamed this week by Misses Sallie and Lee Herring Mr and Mrs Hughes Aldridge and little daughter Carrie of Stanford were guests Sunday of H D Ald ridge and family Mrs Lee VanArsdall and little daughter of Harrodsburg and visit tors of Lexington were guests last week of Mrs N H Bogie Martin of Shepherdsville will preach at the Fork church Sun day morning and evening All mem bers requested to be present MANSE Mr and Mrs Jake White are rejoic ing over the arrival of a ten pound girl Christene Hazel Bright Miss Hallene Arnold of iattsville has teen visiting relatives here The protracted meeting at Mt Ta bor has been very successful large crowds attend and much interest is manifested 7u I m Ii g Ii ffi I I rn m I rn rn W T West J D Gunev I I rr nENINA I J t nu E rr M r P U AA visitors Revs Wheat Wheat SeedWheatforSale Ky Yellow Fultz Kansas Red Michigan Yellow Fultz Red Fultz Economy Odessa Harvest King Poole Siberian Rye Kentucky Rye 4 Timothy Clover and Seed all kind Field Seeds Call and see us t i H lBMartsbnrl Son j Ii111 I s t Blue- Grass ay 4s r- w Vic A i vy Estridge PAINT LICK KY Coming in Daily We never do things by I halves as you find by look ing over our new stock A full line of the newest and best in each depart S ment 1 Dry Goods and Notion- sI 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 Great Millinery Opening Saturday October 8th We extend a most cordial invitation to the ladies to call and inspect our pretty Millinery which beyond any doubt is the Nobbiest Prettiest SwellestE- VER BROUGHT TO LANCASTER PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS We have just returned from the cities and are prepared to offer our patrons bargains in all kinds of Dry GoodsBootsShoesHatsCaps and every thing kept in a General Merchandise store Come and be convinced All kinds country produce taken in exchange Remembed each cash purchase of 100 entitles you to a chance on the 40 cooking range on exhibition- in our store PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Ky fffjJfjjfjJ T0X0r r lfiI 1 cei 1 I FliM C lort r 0m Bl Uflfjl gJllJjfJlJJff f NEW fAll GOODS I m 1 I J I 1 mnnn n J F LEAR I I I J o ooooo soo224 or o rooooooo soooooooooo a o T 1UUJIUUJ11111JUIIIIIUUU111JU1111UiIJ1U1111111U1111U11111UU t 1 Creditors Notice All having claims against the estate of Or G A Traylor deceased present same properly verified as required to the undersigned at AH claims not presented in the time required by low will be to estate will please settle at once JAENGLISII WTHOQANi Aamn I 9916 B Stands for Bread and very good breadifthe bread is bought at Curreyji Davidsons Yi t O i 8IERCESfBiilm Frisbies Drus Store r 1 x 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 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 J10X0X0X X Ie lVTAGONS Irn rn CHEAPEST I 1 I I r 0 j ESo0 r o 0 0 0 o oi o 0 0 0 0 PERSONALS Miss Knapp West is visiting rela tives in Bagdad Ky Mrs R Ilackley has been visiting friends in Ilarrodsburg Allen Henry has returned from a visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford was a visitor here Friday Miss Fannie Henry is visiting the Misses Sandifer in Covington Miss Minnie Cotton of Danville is the guest of Miss Lena Rigney Mrs John Francis and baby are vis icing her sister Mrs Alex Doty Miss Sue Sutton of Marksburr is the guest of Mrs J I Hamilton Mrs T B Givens and daughter Vir ginia are visiting relatives here Mrs Alex West visited her daughter at Hamilton College Lexington Dr Chris Faris visited his home folks in Kirksville the past week Miss Florence Tanner of McKin ney is visiting Miss Lillie Shugars Miss Bessie Wherrit has returned Saturday the 8th IS THE DATE OF Our Opening We have the prettiest line of of uptodate styles in LADlES in Central Kentucky and we want you to see our LOVELY HATS THE MARVEL MILLINERY STORE Miss Ada Dickerson HEADWEAR Im i I S I i i I 1 1 rr from a visit to friends in Toledo O Miss Margaret Mount is again with her parents Mr and Mrs J R Mount Mrs Scott of Nicholasville is visit ing her sister Mrs Elizabeth Mason Dr E Evans and wife have returned after a visit to friends in Nicholasville Miss Pearl Hill returned Saturday from several weeks stay in Louisville H C Hamilton and wife have been visiting Mrs Joe Hackney of Louis villeMr Rouse and wife of Butler Ky are visiting their daughter EllisMessrs Joe Burnside Sim and Dick Anderson were visitors in Danville FridayMrs Wright who was sudden ly striken with paralysis continues quite ill Mrs Duncan of iXicholasville has been visiting her daughter Mrs Sam ilaselden Miss Samantha Logan who has been visiting friends here has returned to e Mr Harry Robinson of Danville visited his parents Mr and RobinsonClever Ed Walton of the Interior Journal paid us a highly appreciated call Monday Mr Brent Mctcalf of Kansas was the guest oi Miss Mary Laudram Burn side Sunday Mr R E Henry of ElDorado Ark is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Solon Henry Mrs J I Hamilton and Mrs Geo Lane have returned from a visit to friends in Richmond Mr R E McRoberts has returned from a visit to St Louis and Des Moines Iowa Mr Richard Kennedy has been a few day with his sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mrs Tom Austin who has been vis iting relatives in ElDorado Ark has returned home Mrs Betsey Whaley of Cynthian is visiting her sister D Waites at R H Batsons Mrs J N Arnold and baby of Mid dlesboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J G Burnside Frank B Marksbury has returned from a pleasant visit to his sister Mrs Mrs C S Mrs T B spend- Ing Mrs C Jrnrnl81nJ8raillif A H Rice of Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford has been visiting relatives in this city Mrs T S Elkin was in Winchester last week attending the Missionary Society and visiting friends Miss Bertha Burnside is assisting in the trimming department of Miss Sallie Tillets millinery store Rev Charles Reid of Middlesboro is here visiting his mother having just returned from St Louis fair Miss Lizzie Wherritt of New Or leans is the guest of her niece Mrs J E Stormes Richmond avenue Mr W J Kinnaird of San Antonia Texas has joined his family at Squire W H Kinnairds for a short visit Mrs Jennie West entertained a few friends Friday at a dinner in honor of Mrs Joe Falconer of Middlesboro Mrs Randolph Harris and little daughter Katharine of Lincoln are visiting the family ot Mr E W Harris Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith have returned from the cities with a beautiful line of fall and win ter goods Mesdames C H Compton and A Chis topher of Independence Ind are guests of their mother Mrs Isaac Hamilton Mesdames Lou Anna James Hold man of Crab Orchard and Ellen James Hustes of Coffeeville Kansas visited Mrs H A B Marksbury Tues dayMiss Cordie Hamilton who was home by the death of her father Mr Isaac Hamilton returned ana where she has charge of the deparment in a millinery store Interior Journal Miss Carrie San ders of Garrard is with Mrs S H Al dridge Miss Mayme Ramsey of Paint Lick is with her sister Mrs Jno Bright Conn of Gar rard was here Thursday The Rev Mr Oney who succeeds Dr Pearce a Pastor of the local church has made a splendid I in pression upon his hearersand the peo ple are delighted that he was sent to Lancaster lie is not only a One but an agreeable pleasant the kind who bring good cheer to a community Jackson Hustler Senator G T Far ris representing the Frankfort Chair Factory was in Jackson Wednesday taking orders for his house Senator Farris bears the honorable distinction of being the ablest temperance war lior in the South several enactments of recent legislatures standing to his credit and as a monument to his to the cause While working on a telephone pole Mr Henley Bastin of this city lost his footing and fell to the ground a distance of about ten feet The jar was very severe but fortu nately no bones were broken He was able to come home and is quite sore from the fall His host of friends are glad he escaped severe injury Monday afternoon Miss Yeakey and Phillip Brown and Miss Myrtle Cox and Mr Bascom Brown drove to Stan where they were married The young people belong to Garrards most prominent families Miss Yeakey a daughter of the late Fred Yea key and Miss Cox the daughter of Mr Henry Cox two of our best farmers The grooms are sons of Mr A B Brown Jr and are very promising young meu being energetic honest and enjoying the confidence and respect of all our citizens We under stand there was no parental objection the young people going to Stanford for the novelty of the trip We join I many friends in extending wishes for bappy lives called to lndi JrMr F J Methodist preacher gentleman devotion at Mt Vernon fJrd be- Ing hardworking Louisville trimming If you want a Good Wagon Cheap get an from I Old 11 Hickory rOTfSiTriBi IOMANS 8i EL E I ill lilCrii i li d t t PAINT LICK School Supplies at R L Jennings Dont forget Ralph Bingham Monday nightHenry M Hamblin who has been ill is betterComplete stock of school books at Fishs Drug Store tf Mrs Mary Ann Best Is numbered among the sick this week Miss Callie Adams has been the guest of Mrs C B Engleman- J W Burk has rented 200 acres of hemp land near at 812 per acre The carpenters are at work on the new warehouse which Is rapidly nearing completion Ross McWhorter shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati for which they paid 5 to 5ic For Rent Livery stable for 1905 Address R L Jennings Paint Lick Mr Henry Moore has gone to South Dakota to reside in the fnture His family will follow in a few days We have a complete stock of the very best paints oils varnishes wall paper etc Fishs Drug Store 9 16 Mrs Walker who has been visiting her daughter Mrs F M Walker to her home in Louisville The remains of J L Kinnard who died at Lowell last week were at Old Paint Lick His death was caused from an overdose of morphine The meeting at Mt Tabor conduct el by Rev Huey continues with much interest large congregations attend ing each service which are held at 10 a m and 7 p m Mr and Mrs R L Jennings have just returned from Cincinnati where they spent last week in selecting a new stock of dry goods cloaks tare eM etc Prof Simmons of Kirksville will preach at Paint Lick next Sunday morning at 11 oclock The Sunday school will be held at 10 a m All cordially invited to both of these ser Our stock of drugs is complete All reliable patent medicines on hand Prescriptions tilled with accuracy tf Fishs Drug Store Emergency medicine It is a great convenience to have at hand reliable remedies for use of accident and for slight injuries and alIments 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 falls mation sets in which insures a quick recovery For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m I There is no reverence without reali ty in religion A Boy Wild flied for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W B Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes snow 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 Trial free at McRoberts Drug Store 1m It takes more than a bull dog to make an orchard BuckleD Arnica Salve Has world wide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve ointment or balm for CutsCorns Burns Boils Sores Felons ter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed at McRoberts Druggist 1m Lost Watch Ladys gold watch lost between Lancaster ana Return to Judge Fords office andre celve reward 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 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 it 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 23 3t Farm fop 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 new tobacco barn 72x144 feet and a good tenant house on farm and good 3 room cabin in back yard and all other necessary outbuildings including buggy house jack barn small stock barn ice house smoke house hen house wood shed etc also flower pit and good orchard near house This farm is under good fences and is well watered by good ponds never failing springs and has 3 good cisterns on farm it be sold worth the is a home For father information address Box 164 or E H Ballard Stanford Ky 826tf Timothy Seed and for Sale Home grown Banki Hudion tf I I I returned Interred vl es Incases 100 bottles lotion Ulcers Tet Chapped Only 25c 3t i For Sale l f I r l i l I t Blue U Winchester 8 4S Guaranteed 4 Herrlnq schoolhouse t money and very desirable Mrs r4- r Business and Bargains s Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Choice seed rye for sale at Marks bury Son White for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for sale at Millinery Opening Saturday Oct 8th The Co 302t We will have the of seed wheat for sale Marksbury Son The Danville Steam Laundry wash es everything but the baby Smith Currey Agts New stock fish globes and vases at Thompsons tf Wanted 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for sleeping etc Apply to Marksbury Son Clearance Sale on Box Paper We have about 50 boxes of sta tionery where the boxe soiled but paper is in that we will 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 Store Dont fail to attend the Millinery Opening at The Logan Dry Goods Co Saturday Oct 8th 9 302t Paint Paint Paint We handle every thing in paintsand varnishes and can give you 9 9 Frisbies We have the nicest leof Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes anfl Hotwater Bottles ever shown before 99 Frisbies Drug Store Wlndo Let us sell you whatf window glass you will need cold weather comes Our prices are right 9 9 Frisbies Drug Store Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont for get to see us buyingMarksbury Son Dont forget to return the sacks you borrowed from us We need them badly Marksbury Son Sacks Sacks Sacks Yes we need our sacks bring them home and we will certainly be obliged Dont forget that we need them in our business Marksbury Son Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye 715 tf J T Williams Sons For Sale 38 firstclass 1200 pound cattle 2t T A Rice Stanford Ky Our Ladles 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 Special Values in 36 inch Black Taf feta Silks at 89 and 8125 The Logan Seed wheat several varieties reclean ed for sale Banks Hudson 820 Seed rye recleancd 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 8200 to 8300 H T 99 For Sale goo bnshels of Yellow Fultz seed wheat recleaned Walton Moss Phone in 8 19 6t Stylish at the 820 tf The Dry Goods Co Special low roundtrip rates to In dian Oklahoma Terrltoy and Tex as Aug 16 Sept 13 and 27 See J E Stormes for literature rates and infor matlon via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf Seeds For Sale Timothy Clover and field Seeds of all kinds Buy or sell call and see us tf Marksbury Son Wanted to rent a farm rent E C McWhorter Lancaster g 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 Southwest First and Third Tuesday in each month Parties con templating to Indian or Okla homa Texas or any point West North west or South west can get information and literature from J Stormes Lancaster Ky tf The Rock IslandFrisco System will have very low round trip tickets to California 15 to Sept 9 good re turning until low one way colonist rates to Callforniaand the North west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him We are importing this year direct from Holland best Tulips and other Bulbs which we will sell very cheap will be ready in September JOThompson s2tf and dressed lumber for sale Baylor Holtzclaw Crab Orchard 2t Fin Doroe Jersy Boar I will stand him for the 1904 for 8LOO Money due when service rendered Joe F Price 828t Barley Seed for Sale 1 have some 1 Barley Seed for sale Address J Wade Walker Point Timothy Seed for Sale Crown Banki Hudion tt corn arksburv Son ce ar slIghtly er ct clos ut b Dru store s befor Dry Goons Co 9 302t Slippers resldencej new al bats Pay cash a trip Oct23rd tf J B0 LeavelJ Ky 924t ru fA Goods best do condition Gla Lan Hyacinths season and Blue t BUGGIESAND Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Brosuiuiiuuimm- mmuiiammiummmmmaiaimmmmana Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTS DRUGGIST LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL fcoooo SURPLUS fiooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson MMMMMMM M MM M 4 MMM M 4 MMMJ i To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird E LWoods Prest WC Prest WG Cashr PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 Average Deposits 10000000 J r f nr r II II II 1111 II H II It It II 1 Of LANCASTER KY I I J J Walker T M Arnold j j Equipped Bank Th BanI of Br9dntsviII r9antsviIle lentucl9 I I493 2 2 o 2 2 R I J I Fish Vice Kern per II mmmfnmflnnfnllimnini niflHli9lininiflil9ini iii f1i11ini School- Books 4 Well O000000000000 0000000000000O0004s r Q Q 00000OOOOOOOOOOOCK OCC4sCd M COy D L FRY ARNOLD JB WOODS BURROWS W CFISH E L WOODS nmEOrORS RG GUYN R L J S Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casualty Insurance III Wj DOLLAR BHKR0aEt tCO Jt VAN LAMB W JEWELL ONLY ONE elNut If you have only One Dollar to spare send it to w s in no And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you foe Any sum from SI to will be accepted III ftoIl i m 6000 See Our New Booklet I Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us II liIkINI BY MALt Seat oa Appli cation AH accounts in this bank are confiden tial between the bank and the depositor is added January and July and compounded II I IrmI CO ClaMiltuef Bldg Claelanatl Interest Cepseree 0rzY r tt I 1 t l r r in t r t YJi JJjl 11 lO igrzI Usi lViJr5 I I I I i4 ax 3 A vonian who is obliged to be in bed all the time or most of the time because of disease is practically buried alive This is peculiarly so if she has been an active woman fond of out door sports and pastimes Life seems all lost to her If at times on at the sports of others she feels like a phantom revis iting the scene of former joys No woman need accept and sickness as her lot for life Dr Pierces Prescription makes weak women strong and sick well It es creepfrom I Favorite women regularity dries the drains weaken women heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Several ago I met with an accident which caused of the nis Club residing at 113 Newberry tablishes years McMillanVicePresident Go With Your Money We wish sincerely that those who have their printing done in the city would send their axes there to be ground and not run to this of fice when they have troubles We dont beg anybody to trade with us but do become disgusted when a man sends his money where Lancaster peo pie will never see it again and then wants his home paper to say he is the right kind of a citizen Such people are thorns in the side of a progressive citizenship The Great Lexington Trots The great Lexington trots October 4 to 14 next have never had so many races that promises to result in contest before In the Wal nut Hall Cup race on Monday Octo ber 10 for instance Stanley Billion 207J theM M winner Angiola 207 the crack Western trotter Hall Fry 209 the Texas wonder Barongale 211 Jolly Bachelor Lady Patchie Ruth C Mary Gage and other great stake winners are eligible Half fare on railroad Town Killers Town killers may be properly as follows First those who go out of town to do their shopping second those who want a quiet town instead of one of push and business third those who imagine that they own the town fourth those who de ride public spirited men fifth those who oppose everything that does not appear to benefit them sixth those who oppose everything that does not originate within themselves seventh those who seek to injure the credit or reputation of an individual Look out for Him A new and clever swindle is being operated by a man who is going about the country representing himself as a repairer of sewing machines lIe asks to examine the machine and while doing so he takes out good pieces and inserts broken parts and calls the ladys attention to it then he slyly re places the good piece he has removed and charges exorbitant prices for his work Look out for him lie is one of the smoothest swindlers that ever the pike people sensational classified camedown 1 f G S Avenue Chicago Ills Did not pay any to it until I felt ulceration and inflammation set in Was so weak that I was be in bed most of the time for me I tried Dr Pierces Favor ite Prescription which cured me com it only a little over three months I had perfect obliged- to ifllp to believe that medicine cure Weak and sick women are invited to con sult Dr Pierce ence is held as sacredly the written confi dences of wont en being guard ed by the same strict privacy by Dr willsurely freeAll professional confidential personal consultations with sick women Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes weak women sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works won ders for weak women Pierce in FREE Of Plcrcoa OOHHHOH 8 Modioml Adviser FREE to ONLY 21 nocant firm Book in paper covers of 31 tspclothbound volume V Buffalo ILY I seAl 8IJ AIIII 5 pc 0f clamps ci mailing the Pierce On the 21st day of September the Gastineau family met at Mrs Nancy J Lear to celebrate the 83rd sary of their mother Susanna McBee Gastineau who is the mother of ten boys and one girl who is yet hale and hearty for one of her age having from Revolutionary Fathers her grandfather John Barron haying served through the Revolutionary war and father James Barron through the War of 1812 and was in the battle of New Orleans Her grand mother whose maiden name she bears McBee was the sister of several brothers that fought for our while she was caring for home and her mother having the trials and troubles incident to those times there was a bit of romance connected with her life In those try lug days in her long waiting hoping and praying that the long and cruel struggle would end and that young John Barron would return home by British bullets or gory treachery she wove and made bridal robe preparatory to being by him as companion for life to previous vows The father James Gastineau died ten years ago at the age of seventy six having also descended from sires His grand father Gastineau as the name indicates came from France with LaFayette and served through the War of from the British yoke His father Joby Gastineau emigrated from Culpepper V A to Kentucky being among the first settlers A good dinner was prpirrd by the family out of the good t Minus of Gar rard county and after all had eaten there seemed to be more baskets taken up titan after the feast of Loaves and Fishes NOTICE Pursuant to an order of the Gar rard Circuit Court made in the case of Lewis L Dotys administrator vs Anne T l oty c the undersigned Master Commissioner will sit in his office in Lancaster Garrard county Ky on Monday October 3 1904 to hear proof on claims against said es tate Any one having a claim against it will produce it properly proven on that date J Mort Rothwell Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court It r ier r v I Reunion descended Susanna Independence unharmed claimed Revolutionary Independence anniv I according D R S L A V I N OSTEOPATH OPHTHALMOLOGIST 0 All chronic diseases treated 0 Glasses scientifically fitted g MASON HOTEL0 TUESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON STAKES 100000 PUKSE8 I i S I OCT 414 2IOOO FUTURITY TUESDAY OCTOBER 4 3OOO CUP MONDAY OCTOBER 10 40 GREAT MCE3 L Grand concern I Mg 5000 TRANSYLVANIA THURSDAY OCTOBER 3000 MCDOWELL TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 GREATEST EVER OFFERED P1OGRAM tIE Half Rates on All Railroads EII PROJ AND J i 1 w fr Mi jljiii rlf tit La is visiting Mis Lucy Suttji Miss Alice Cornett of Paint Lick vlited Miss Mattie Estes last week Rev has been a few days Lancaster rela lives Mrs F K Postle is spending a few weeks at Swango Springs Hazle Grctn Kentucky Mrs W J Kinnaird and daughter left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Middlesboro Mr Stephen Estes and wife of Crab Orchard visited his sister Miss Matt e Estes Monday Master John Estes who was kicked by a horse about six weeks ago is im proving slowly Mr and Mrs W B Moss attended tI funeral of Col Dave Colson at Mid dlesboro yesterday Miss Mayme Ballard our pretty and accomplished Bryantsville reporter was in town Wednesday and paid the Record ollice a most pleasant call Mrs Dorcas Walker is visiting her daughter Mrs George D Robinson in Lincoln county and will keep house for them while they attend theWorlds Fair Many friends extend sympathy to Mr Fred Hall the polite agent on the death of his baby which occurred Wednesday Mr Willie B West complimented upon his playing upon the pipe organ at the Christian church While he has had only very little practice jet he handles the with the ease of an old hand lie has been playing a number of very pretty voluntaries during the present meeting Col Dave Colson Dead A fter a lingering illness Col Colson died at his home in boro Tuesday night Col Colson recovered from the wounds in the fight with Ethelbert Scott several years ago and the papers his death was due to suiting therefroJ Col Colson was one of the most popular men in a thorough gentlemanone who would go his length any where to help a friend lIe was a brother of Mrs W B Moss of this city Vicissitudes of the Hemp Industry The history of the hemp industry of Kentucky has shown some variations The tendency is to try to supplant it with some substitute either of another nature or hemp ofanother growth On the other hand it is capable of such uses that as fast as it is driven out of one it seeks another channel But it must look to its laurels when it has to compete with India jute which sells in America at 11 cents a lb Prior to 1875 the Kentucky hemp was supreme About this time jute and iron for bagging and ties began to make inroads upon it and soon had superseded it entirely But about 1879 the harvesting machines made a demand for harvest twine which tile price up to 10 per 100 pounds aid the crop then went to 15000 tons The next year the Deerings began making twine out of Sisal and Manila fibre The price of Kentucky hemp then declined until it propped to 450 per 100 pounds in 1880 The crop to decline until 1885 when it did not exceed 4000 tons The result of this flurry was that the Kentucky output was cut down from 37000 tons to 10000 tons at which figure it today Since that time the price has been very much affected by the price of sisal In addition to sisal and Manila great qjantitles of Russian and Italian are used in America and their price af fects very seriously the value of the Kentucky crop But there still con tinues a positive demand for 7000 tons of Kentucky hemp In the face of these vicissitudes the inherent excellence of the Kentucky product has continued to demand its use quality is used in the manufacture of carpet yarns The American Hemp Compa ny furnishes to the flax 100000 worth of hemp annually The United States Navy is using 250 tons a year at Charleston Mass for making twinesropes and cables Farmer and Breeder Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Havens of Versailles O For years he was trou bled with Kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicine gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It him On his In 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 50c Guaranteed by Druggist 1m There is no joy gained except where joy is given In Praise of Chamberlain Colic Cholera sad Diarrhoea Remedy Allow me to give you a few words in praise of Chamberlains Colic I suffered one week with bowel trou ble and took all kinds of medicines relieved and whan I bad taken the third dose was entirely cured Ithank you from the bottom of my heart for putting this great remedy in the bands of mankind For sale by Frisbies Drug Store lv y I I if IJddHon il JI H N Faulconer spend- Ing with railroad ticket is being instrument never received Kentucky remarkable constantly varied forced continued remains Firstclass extensively manufacturers put feet short order Complaints ll saysMr myfriendremedyAfter j 1 0 I gij3i i Five t high Dates stare 4 m c S Ai S S at llu 5G is an the ot Simriiinrn held Mirinesoia isiatc Pair at HJIIII last week 54 head sold for 10204 averaging 190 The top price for fe males was 450 and for bulls 250 In the sale of Herefords at same place 40 females averaged 11750 and 16 bulls averaged 9900 General average of animals sold 111 50 An exchange in predicting good pri ces for tobacco this fall says The Continental Tobacco Company havnt any surplus on hand the independent tobacco manufacturers havent any stock the Louisville Tobacco say they will not allow the Continental Company to corner the markets as they did last year There strong talk of an eastern compauy coming here to buy this crop crop is not large but is leafy and free from worm eat and will be housed early which more than likely insures a most desirable quality therefore there is every reason why the pri e should range from fifteen to twenty cents per pound Because of the drouth in the early summer the potato crop was almost entire failure so far as theKentucky yield was concerned Many fields short nearly 70 per cent of should have bern realized Now comes the information from potato growers about Lexington that the second or fall crop will be nearly as much of a failure as the first The seed was planted during the first August and there has been a drouth ever since and it is said that even with copious showers from now until frost comes the crops be saved This means Kentucky must depend on Michigan and and means much higher prices than prevailed last season David Rankin of Atchison county Missouri who together with his son owns the largest farm in the world containing 23000 acres tells of the enormous crop he raises and the method he has adopted of using it to the best advantage Mr Rankins first concern is the corn for it is the corn that makes the business Of the half million bushels which are raised on his land every ear is fed and not an ounce is sold The first principle of his system is buy corn and never sell From all his neighbors the corn pours into his cribs and some seasons he has fed more than 1000000 bushels of the great fatmaker On the pay roll are between 200 and 300 men va rying with the seasons These men are paid at the rate of twenty a month 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 M J LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN LancasterKentuckyAgent Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Fair Ofter made By R E lucRoberu To All Suffers From Catarrh K E McRoberts is selling Hyo mei on a plan that has caused talk amongst 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 himself or injustice Do not suffer any longer with smarting burning evewater ing 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 Four Tons of nutritious per acre can be obtained from f t silo cattle warehouses Thee continuous cannot Missouri dollars considerable his customers record itis doing herselfan tickling L A ari Shcc crps Lie Ic wb i A hay 4 I The finest Winter and Spring tea tar crop besides being the largest yielding forage crop for Fall sowing A full description will be found In our Also descriptions of Winter Turf Oats Dwarf Essex Rape 1000 Headed Kilo Borler Improved Seed Wheats Alfalfa Crass Clorer Seeds Vegetable Ow trademule Wood re the hlchwt qoalHy WH STUDS Cf LOUISVILLE KY F Fall etc Sit I 1 F w P I Ca1 N 15 Seeds b Rboo Seed rbI f J I 1f n rr r 0a0Ib R KINNAIRD INSURANCE EepresenllDiFollflffiflir Companies Aetna National Hartford Conneticut German American Phcnix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile H F Hillenmeyer Son Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky- f S S S 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 xx ooI- To The I- feADIES1 We have now opened and displayed our stock of Fall Millinery and take great pleasure in calling your attention to the great display of The Prettiest Millinery We have correct styles and shapes and our PRICES THE MOST REASONABLE Come see us Public Sale I will offer to the highest bidderat my home about 2 miles from Lowell on Spoonvile pike on THURSDAY OCTOBER C 1901 at lOoclock a m the following property About 100 head of cattle consisting of 72 yearlings twoyearolds and threeyearolds the remainder cows calves and yearling about 30 hogs consisting of large hogs sows and pigs Hereford bull 1 large mare work mule 1 pedigreed Poland China boar i sellbinder Chattanooga disc plow disc hare row cultivatorscraper and alot of other Implements between 4000 and 5000 bales of hay Terms made known on day of sale 3t W J GILLISPIE Lowell Ky Notice to Creditors Garrard Circuit Court Lemon Teater Guardian c Puffs vs Notice to Creditors Circuit Court rendered at its regular 1OAJ n rlt nr hereby notified to present theirclaims properly proven the estate of N Carter deceased to me on or be fore October 29 1904 at my office in further notified that on October 28 and 29 1904 I will hold sittings at my office in Lancaster Ky to hear proof on claims against said W N Carters deceased estate This Sept 141904 J M Rothwell Master Commissioner 9 167t Garrard Circuit Court The Guarantee Protects You IfMIOBB Does Not Cure Oycpepsla R E IdcRoberU will your Money When you buy a box of Mio na naturess cure for dyspepsia have McRoberts to sign the following guarantee protects you absolutely against loss should the treatment fail to cure you GUARANTEEI money paid for MIona on return of the empty the purchaser tells me that failed to cure dyspepsia or stomach troublesThis guarantee covers two toe boxes or a treatment Any one who has dyspepsia headaches dizziness or specks before the eyes or any liver and stomach troubles should take advantage of this chance to be returned upon de maud R B McRoberts give a positive guarantee with every box show ing most conclusively his faith in this remarkable remedy Tulips and bulbs have Holland will sell cheap 930 Thompson T rd I QueenPalatine DDt Sail i e D Till et heIf- ers farm- Ing DeftsPursuant August term all are Lancaster Ky and all creditors are reCur I I indigestion Hyacinths J J l V I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATT- he 00 bottle contains 2 4 times the trial size which sells for 50 cents PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OP E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO sale by R E McROBEBTS Lancaster Ky C 1 iLJ A ILLFor a- Sr1 rAcrirS cruis 14 i 5 e 3 a 1 Fresh eggs ICn per dozen 9 sO II B Nortlicott For nice Poland China Boars J N Denny Hiattsville Ky 930tf Superior Wheat Drills Pricesright Ilaseiden Robinson SsJOtf Superior Wheat Ilaseiden Robinson 1000 Suit FOP All 1 have arrangements by which lean make you a suit to your individual measure for 1000 Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill Why buy ready made clothing that get out of shapeand buttons come oil when you can have a suit made your measure for 1000 J O Her p hill 930tl Just received a complete line of boots shoes rubbers hats and dry gO ds Mime extremely low for casli only or produce of all kind in PX change C D Powell Co t 30 t Notice to Taxpayers I am now ready to collect taxes and you will save money by calling aid settling before the penalty is added which will be done in a few days Please call and settle at once W L Lawson S G C 100000 In Stakes For the big Lexington trots of Oct 4 to 14 during which 100000 in stakes and purses will raced for the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association has secured half fare on all Kentucky railroads and has reengaged the fa mous Weber band the prize banc of America 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 thank ing 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 Leaven The stock of hardware assigned to by K F Postle is for Sale will sell a lump a great chance for someone wanting to start in the hardware for price and terms see me or my attorney W I Williams Ky J E Robinson assignee of Pestle 830tf Notice All persons indebted to the estate of K F Postle assigned are hereby notified to settle forthwith with my attorney W I Williams Lancaste Ky or with K F Postle who will be found at the storeroom in Lancaster where he recently conducted his business Please be sure to give this matter your immediate attention All persons having claims against the estate of K F Postle assigned of of Lancaster Ky are hereby that I will sit in my ollice in Garrard county Kentucky from Monday October 24 1104 to Saturday November 5 1904 inclusive of both days for the purpose of receiving claims against the estate of K F Pos tie assigned 9 30 J E Robinson assigner 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 aspecitic 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 DeWitts the genuine Sold by R E McRoberts Im Stomach 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 restoring health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach cannot enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dysgepsia Cure digest wheat you eat cleanses and strengthens the glands I and membrances of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsfa and all stomach troubles Sold by R E Me Roberts From 148 to 02 Pound One of the most remarkable cases of cold deep seated on the lungs pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger E Fenner Marioc Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Ceugh 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 of the cough strengthened my iungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Sold by R E McRoberes 1m A Power for The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect are De Witts Little Early Risers W S Phil yot of Albany says During a attack I took one Small as it was it did me more good than calomel bine mass or any other pill I ever took and at the same time the effect was pleasant Little Early Risers are an Ideal pill Sold by R E tied SaleThree P r i c s s 30tf 9 30 tI For Sale business Lancaster K F hardware Lancaster V hat I digest lm tit caus- Ing entirely Good Ga bil- Ious certainly I min ht 3 e noti see- The cRobert elm KILL7HE COUCHMiD CURE TilE LUfjCS DrKinsI New WITh scoverv andCONSUl Price SOc 100 Free Trial p j I Surest and Quickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNG TROUB I LES or MONEY BACK Cures and Blad der Diseases in Every People Kidney Trouble end Not Know It HOW TO FiND OUT It is the function of the kidneys to filter and purify the blood which is constantly passing through them When the kidneys are out of order the other organs are affected immediately and you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble and other ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order If you are sick Foleys Kidney restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it cloudy or milky or has a brickdust or small particles Ccat about in it your kidneys are diseased and Foley3 Kidney Cure should taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better It corrects slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said He Would Not Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After for two with the best physicians in Waynesburg and still worse the advised me if had any business to attend to I had bet ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure Was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent son to the store and after taking three bottles I to get better and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes BOo and SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Queen Crescent Time Card Corrected July 29 IM TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH IJOUNB Number stops when flogged 11 30 am Number 3 stops wlieu 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