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CENTRAL RECORDflFTEEKIU YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER H1904 Make Home Comfortable and Attractive We have the largest and most complete line of furniture ever in Lancaster Bed Room Suites Reception and Parlor Chairs Dining and Rocking Chairs Dining Center Library v 9 and Kitchen Tables Chiffoniers in fact every thing that goes to make up a complete line of furniture J 8 oiHE i i p r xoxaan- zsrvsr s rvvvv s a Li S ii X S J Just received car load of this handsome suit just as cut below which we will sell for 1800 cash Was 2000 i c Winter is coming and you will want Comforts and Blan kets Look at our new stock before you buy elsewhere We also have a large line of Jardiniers and Clocks Anything we have for Cash or on the In stallment plan Easy payments This Iron Bed 650 Hamilton Dunlap Our New Stock Of FALL and WINTER Overcoats IS NOW XO T Call now before the stock is pick ed over and the sizes broken We are making EXTREMELY LOW PRICES Terms Strictly Cash Hm T Af A TV The Record office is uj toy data 0njob printing nI A i- II II II II II I Clothing Shoes III A1 j l fl u jt 00 v rMM W1AMMM rife Perry Ballard has bought Thomas Stigalls farm J F Green sold a mule colt to Rich ard Pettus for 40 Frank Gross sold a weanling colt to Josiah Anderson for 3750 Rev J S Ragan has gone to Corinth to take charge of that work Mr G A Brown wife and baby was visiting Mrs Victoria Anderson last weekMr Dickerson of McCreary was here the first of the week buying calves Mr Joe Lunceford and family of Paint Lick was visiting Mr J L Kennedy has entered the mercantile business and here is wish log him the greatest success Rev B C Houston wife and little baby of Millersburg has been a few days with home folk Misses Sallie and Oca Dudderarand Perkins spent Sunday with Mr Frank Thompson and wife W B Bennett will sell his farm stock c the 28th inst and return to Whitley county from whence he cameMr David Colson and family who has been in Texas for two years have returned and will make this place theirfuture home Mrs Eva Gray of Lebanon Junction who has been spending a few dayp with her father WPDishon and fam fly has returned to herhome Mr Fred Shaws horse become excit ed last week while he and his wife were driving home capsized the bug gy throwing them both to the ground and bruised them considerably There is a strong talk of building pike from this place to the Richmond road which is badly needed There is a large over this road and gets almost impassible during the winterMr Brown died at the home of his son W last week He was 72 years old and one of the most kind hearted men we ever Christian man We extend our sym pathy to the family and friends who waited on him so faithfully Better Thma Pills The question has been asked In what are Chamberlains Stomach and Liver superior to the or dinary cathartic and Liver Our is They are and more pleasant to take and their effect is so gentle andso agreeable that hard ly realizes that it is produced by a medicine Then they not only move and aid the For sale at 25c f I relatives here Miss Jlettle I Itt knewa a PREACH ER QILLE last week spending travel H Brown way Tablets piils answer easier one tke bowels but the appeti digestion per botUe bT Frlablei DrggBtore- xs z- x a 4 I lm Proof From Home People We the undersigned physicians of Garrard county have had occasion to observe the results of glasses fitted by Mr E W Morrow and we take pleas ure in stating that he can correct all errors or refraction that can be by glasses He is a graduate of of the best optical colleges of New York City and we do not deem it nec essary for any one to go away from home to have glasses adjusted but would advise these in need of glasses to give Mr Morrow a trial Dr J B Kinnaird Dr J M Acton Dr W Burnett Dr J S Gilbert Dr J A Amon Dr F M Walker Dr H C Herring The above recommendation from your county physicians speaks for Mr Morrow can always be found at McRoberts drug store or he will call at your house and adjust glasses at prices at least 20 per cent less than itinerant eye glass venders would charge you satisfaction guaranteed1072t f Dr G B Lawrence Of Mt Vernon worked for 15 years before he discovered his cancer No knife virtually painless Come to Mt Veruon for treatment From 10 to 30 days sends you home rid of that living death No money is required until cure is effected It Warning to Water Users Notwithstanding the continued drouth the water works lake has held Out all right and now has enough to run for some time with no rain but in ef a big fire where the hose would be used for hours the supply would be so materially as to cause trouble There fore we warn the people to be careful in using water Dont waste it un der any consideration See that the children are prohibited from playing with the hose let that old rattletrap buggy go without washing for a short It is a tact that the in nearly every other town in the State have been compelled toshut up shopso severe has been while in many towns no water is used for sprinkling at all No rain of any has fallen for six or eight months the streams have quit run ning wells are dry and springs have ceased to flow Pastures have dried up while vegetation and other crops like tinder As there is no indi cation of rain The Record appeals to of plugs to be careful use judgment thrash the who wastethe water and Lancaster the drouth all right this isdone we areceitaip to get in the same fix as some of our sister cities Why boy readymade clothing when ean have a salt made to 3 a Hemp corrected itself remedy water some reduced thedrouth are I let m8C01eoff f j one fail case waterworks consequence renters water children will passover but unless that out al apesed yon for 1080 lApl y y was Furnished in Light and Dark Green Ivory White Maroon and Blue We have about twenty other kinds of Iron Beds from 350 to 1500 each See our New Line of Rugs Carpets Hall and stand Lamps All new patterns 850 1 Sweeping Reduction It is our purpose to close out our business here and in order to get rid of the stock by January 1 st we have made up our mind that we will have to make a loss So here it goes CLOAKS One lot Ladies cloaks worth 500 and 600 now 298 One lot Ladies cloaks worth 650 and 750 now 389 One lot Ladies cloaks worth 800 and 1000 now 550 One lot Ladies cloaks worth 1250 now 750 One lot Ladies cloaks worth 1500 and 1600 now 987 One lot Childrens cloaks worth 125 now 69 One lot Childrens cloaks worth 150 now 87 One lot Childrens cloaks worth too and 250 now 148 One lot Childrens cloaks worth 350 now 198 One lot Infants cloaks worth ioo now 48 One lot Infants cloaks worth 1 50 now 98 DRESS GOODS One lot Wool Dress Goods worth 50 to 650 now 38 One lot Wool Dress Goods worth 75 to 850 now 48 One lot Wool Dress Goods worth 100 now 75 One lot Wool Dress Goods worth 150 and 175 We are offering great bargins in Blankets Comforts Uuder wear Clothing Furnishing Goods Hats Shoes and Millinery Special low prices throughout our entire stock It will pay you to see our stock and prices before you buy THE pi J nOW l00 Dry MPA YI 0 tfr I 0 f 3 I Logan GOods 1 CO yY1 J yr ARE NOWwith the largest and best line of FRESH NEW Dry Goods Dress Goods Cloaks Shoes Furs Etc ever brought to Lancaster No old Stock Prices Right I 1 1IU 4 u WE I 7 7 j JOSEE EBC4 rlmE CO READY IlZe HUGH MURRAY OPHTHALMOLOGIST who understands the eyes their defects and relation to human ills I will be in LANCASTER Friday October 14 1904 and each Friday following until further notice Office FOX STUDIO If your vision blurs or you suffer from pains in the eye after reading do not tail to call for with our perfect ad justed glasses which removes the strain so that the eyes can perform their function properly you will have no trouble in reading Remember I use no medicine either in examination or treatment of the eyes nor do I perform any surgical operation I received my degree of Doctor of Ophthalmology con fered upon me August 1898 and have been very in correcting all defects of refraction as pleased patients testify It an admitted fact that headaches as well as many oth er nervous troubles are often caused by defective eyes and nothing under the high heavens will give permanant re lief but to rectify the defect by perfect adjusted glasses Remember the date Friday October 7 1904 Fox Studio Lan McAdamsThankingand trusting for a continuation of same Yours most respectfully Hugh Murray Ophthalmologist 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 p One I ulWMl 1J JJlIIA JJ I 8 is f HASElDEN and ROBINSUN successful U I 1 Y 1 tti i a r l r r Dont to return the sacks you borrowed from us We need them badly Marksbury Son Seeds For Sale Timothy Clover and field Seeds of Buy or sell call and see us tf Marksbury Son 60 hemp cutters with knives Geal quarters for sleeping etc Apply to pr r Wanted I Sony y As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 clean Jellico excels In satisfaction Then it is a great satisfaction to know that orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name Lancaster coal buy ers proposes to maintain it Our 1r ff like r916 CENTRAL RECORD Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Offlee In Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Matt Matter Lancaster Ky October 14 1904 Mr Louis Fleischman of New York was a man of many and varied chari ties but his benefactions were confer red in his own way and not according to other mens plans and systems In short he was not organized charities knew him not and pro fessional philanthropists frowned up on him They said he pauperized the idle One of Mr Fleischmans bust ness establishments was a large bak ery and ten years ago he began the practice of giving away the loaves left unsold at a certain hour in the eve ning Each man was served with halt a loaf and it he cared to wait a cup of hot coffee went with it This op portunity swiftly became known and regularly every night a long line some gaunt and ragged some fairly well dressed but with the look of want upon them waited patiently for this distribution Doubtless in this bread line were some who were unworthy the organized charity people said so and said they ought to work for what they ate Certainly though no man was there who was not hungry and whatever scientific may say starvation is not a result of crime Even if it were so the Book which holds the greatest moral law does not forbid the feeding of sinners At all events even the sinners who were fed were grateful and when it became known in that bread line the other day that Fleischman was deadhats were doffed reverentlythere was a husky clearing of throats and many a broken word of sorrow for the loss of one these waifs held to be their friend He had help pauperizethetn perhaps but he bad touched their human souls and who shall say but that he brought them nearer to the great Giver bread Can organized charity do as much It there is a man in Kentucky who has no political preferences he must sometimes wonder if the oratars who are now going up and down the State advocating the principles of their res pective parties are telling their ences what they really believe or if they are merely going through a rou tine for partys sake In other words are they sincere or are they acting in the capacity of an attorney for a ent presentiug the side of the case for him but not necessarily believing him deserving It is may suiting to suspect the able men who are pouring out emphatic language and sawing the air so ously in their efforts to impress their hearers of cherishing any doubt of the truth of their own assertions but they are all intelligent men with the same success of information and the question will not down Do they and truly disagree so widely they mean all they say That old saying that fiddlers go to hades is a misnomer It is the man who has no music in his soul who will predominate in perdition Show us a man does not love music and we will show you a man as mean as the devil Some one has said that music was put upon earth only to give us an Idea of what is in store for the just who receive passports into the pearly gates of heaven We dont know who made that remark but will wager dol lars to doughnuts that be is correct Tuesday was the first time citizens of the smaller towns had to register It developed as it did when the se cret ballot was adopted the Negro was more familiar with the than was the white man And why Simply because the coon asked for particulars while the stuckup white man was too proud to say he didnt know what was required The comforting feature about the whole matter despite the fact that the partisan campaign orators predict awful things if the Other party should be successful is that this country will still be the States the best Jand that ever mortal saw or the sun shone on From Asheville comes the story of a chicken that scratched up a diamond The is a little singular but itSTiotnlng unusual a goose to scratch up a diamond for a young lady who nine times in ten bumps his head getting posses of the precious stone The IJicholasvllle men formed i r f I i Is3lIed 100 per U I I charity necessarily t t edto P J J J sumptuousthey who I I I I I I 2000 occurrence associated omen DI o and cl gentlE fur rally an- do requirements United ever for sloe have r f I e a an ty I 3 I I I I society We fail to see the name ef editor Harry McCar in the list of members STONE Wheat sowing is about over in this localityMr Tapp is improving his dwelling Mrs Jessie Burdett is on the sick list with fever Excursion boat was well attended to Valley View Sunday- C M Moberly bought of Ulyssus Preston a calf for 10 Our Sunday School is in progress Let every one out Mrs Belle Thompson and daughter are visiting W M Moberly F N Foiger and C W Mitchell Jr made a trip to Lexington Saturday Mr Sam Speaks of Lexington visit ed his brothers Johnson and Robert Mr T II Green and Mrs Mary Clouse are spending a few days in Lexington Very dry now some are hauling three tour miles Stock water Is scarce Mr Rus Simpson is some better who has been down for several days with typhoid fever ChamberlaIns Cough Remedy No one who is acqaintcd with its I good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlain Cough Remedy It not only cures colds and grip effectually and perma nently but prevents these diseases from resulting in pneumonia It is also a certain cure for croup Whoop ing cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to adult It is also pleasant to When all of these facts are taken consideration it is not surprising people in foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take after having once used it For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m accounts against the dental firm of Beazley Faris will present same for settlement and all persons indebted to the firm will please settle with them at once Dr Faris will continue the practice of dentistry in Lancaster and I heartily commend him to those who have been my patients He is con sclentious painstaking and proficient in his is well prepared to take up the practice regret to leave expressions of thanks to my friends I am sincerely W S Beazley R L JENNINGS FALL OPENING of CLOAKS and FURS Friday Saturday October 14 15 Wewill show you some nice garments in the lead ing styles at prices to suit all Dont forget the date We may be able to save you a good deal iUenniDis PaintlM water I an California I I anti klssing come and thE another C 1 Y The Fiaest tad Largest Yielding Varieties from Crops ef 35 to 40 Bushels Per Acre Our stocks are complete in both standard sorts besides new of superior merit all carefully recleaned and of finest quality gives information of Seed Wheat Winter Turf Oats Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Rye Alfalfa Grass and Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Mailed Free Write today for CaUof Ho 55 The quality Seeds are always MM broadMaw Rfefeoa Seeds WW STUBS 4 CO SeefaMM varieties Cur Fall od J I I II I I ti I Catalogers finest trade L iNi1rKLFXlr IJt1Pure Water Im INSURES I m To keep your cistern m o free from leaves fIJ birds nests andfIJ trash I of all kinds use W fij rn Haas Hog CHOLERY REMEDY l p 1oodllea1th bugs Rase1ffoli e Filter P1I 11THLDEN 3 We are the exclusive agents for The Best and Cure on the KET FRISBIESDrug A B JONES Broker and Commission Stocks Bonds Grain visions and Cotton Private Wires to Cincinnati New York and Chicago Office on Third Street in Farris Build log Free telephone service to customers trades Guaranteed I ard County oldest MAR- i roootMM ootMOOOO 0 DO 0 0 00 Mereb antIDANVILLE KY I II iI l iritit Grra t w- All McWhorter PAINT LICK KY Coming in Daily We never do things by halves as you find by look ing over our new stock A full line of the newest and best in each depart ment Dry Goods and Notions Boots and Shoes Hats Caps and Clothing Staple and fancy Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Undertaking We are making prices attractive in every respect McWhorter IEstridge PAINT LICK KY Great Millinery Display We extend a most cordial invitation to the ladies to call and inspect our pretty Millinery which beyond any doubt is the Nobbiest Prettiest Swellest EVER BROUGHT TO LANCASTER PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS J F LEAR and are prepared to offer our patrons I Dry GqpdsBootsSiio8SHatsCaps 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 1SJT f TJ X g Estridge I o I 0 0 G1 NEW fAll GOODS I m II fA I J o i fIJ I 8 fIJl I 0 0 0 8 ir I o jJi3i1 mmmm ill mm m mrnrnillmlliilllliillill llim I IJfbargains in all kinds of I I I I eo o 0 0 0 0 C oro3o70 0 o a o7- o oooo o ooo oa oo tsoa o- to e o m j o a rooooo I 3oa 9 oooo oooo o00 of o o n a r o- nrnrmnrnrmnrmnrm rnrnrmnrnrnr nrninrnimmmnrnr i We have just reurned from the cities JJ F t Ffisbies Drug Store = The season for FALL PAINTING is here We are the exclusive agent in Garrard county for RAINBOW EAINT the very best Paint it is possible to make If you have any painting to do come and see us We gurantee every gallon BUGGY and Heating Stoves ROE Get our prices on American Fence o t 0 pr- Q 0 o- LISIN FRISBIES DRUGI STORES 1 rBargains in ontoooroooo o oooo Of Local Interest Laid in your coal 150 to Cincinnati Sunday Fox the Photographer Friday Been to the fair Dont miss it The Fox Studio is open every The merchants are receiving great loads of Fall and Winter goods The scent of the mothball proves the arrival of lastwinters underwear Theres not enough water in some portions of Garrard to make a good toddy Stock water has been selling at twen ty cents a barrel in some parts of the countySquire Johnson Pulled Off Last week much to the regret of his many friends Squire Sam Jehn son decided to take no part in the pri mary election and so told his friends who had buckled on their armor to light to the last ditch for him this a great many voted for him any how There is no more popular or upright man in Garrard county than is Squire Sam as his many friends call him We are the LEADERS We have the prettiest line of of styles in LADIES HEADWEAR in Central Kentucky and we want you to see our LOVELY HATS THE MARVEL MILLINER STORE Miss Ada Dickerson I i14i1CV CV upto date v Friday T Notwithstanding a r Notice to Teachers Most of the Garrard county teach ers were paid last Saturday for the first month those who have not yet received their money can get it by calling at the law office of Lewis L Walker on Saturday Oct 15th Loses Two Children The family of Mr E P Jones who resides near the water wo ks have deep sympathy in their recent bereavements Only about two weeks ago their old child died and last week another six years of age passed away Mr Jones who is one of our best citizens moved here a short time since but has made a host of friends who extend their Bro McLellan Left Friday Having just returned from his vaca tion when Bro Tinder called upon him to come to Lancaster and having sev eral other engagements which called him from his work in Richmond it was necessary for Eld McLellan to leave Saturday morning and preach his last sermon Friday night The house was crowded as usual and aft er theseimon he was besieged by the people who told him of their of his sermons He certainly gained a warm place in the hearts of the Lancaster people who regardless of church alliliationtrust that he will be with us again at an early date Mrs Robert Stone and Mrs Rebecca West gave an interesting account of the State Convention which met at Mt Sterling The same State officers were reelected Our own county wo man Mrs Francis Beauchamp presid ed with her usual grace and dignity The ladies W C T U sent two beau tiful banners to St Louis to be on W C T U day One was white satin with gold letters and ivy The white an emblem of purity gold solidity and the ivy undying devotion Mrs Farra presented the L T L a beautiful scarlet satin banner with gold trimmings in the following words Children of the L T L I present to you this banner in the name of the mothers of this land May you each be a standard bearer and help them fight the foe Arch Lawson Dead News of the death of Arch Lawson son of Sheriff Wm Lawson was from ElDorado Ark Sunday The young man left here several months ago seeking employment in the west and had just become well located in EIDorado when striken by typhoid fever which terminated fa tally Sunday morning The remains oUl l 4i U Uo J e sympathy appreciation W C T U exhibition Lal 15 months received were brought here andjintecred in the Lancaster Cemetery Arch was in his twentieth year and a very popular young man He was married a little over a year ago to Miss Sallie Ross who with a child survives him He was a member of the Paint Lick Pres byterian church Funeral services were conducted by Rev C M Chumb ley at the Lancaster Cemetery Mrs Lawson his mother left Saturday for his bedside was notified of the death when reaching St Louis The remains were accompanied to Lancaster by Mr R E Henry of El Dorado Arch died at the residence of Mrs E H Smith his cousin R L Jennings will have his fall op ening of cloaks and furs Friday and Saturday the 14th and 15th The drouth has caused the Harrods burg waterworks plant to shut off the water what little left being saved for fire protection If the drouth continues much long er Lancaster people will have to re sort to that neverfailing way to bring a stock fair This was known to fail Preaching at Fork Rev Martin of Shepherdsvllle will preach at the Fork church Saturday morning at 11 oclock Saturday even ing at 730 Also Sunday morning and evening at the same hours Lot Holders Take Notice A very important meeting of the holders of lots on Hamilton Avenue will be held at J C Hemphills office Saturday afternoon at three oclock It is very important that every lot holder should be present To Officers of Primary If you expect pay for serving at Saturdays election please call at my olllce and receive check If you do not desire compensation please let me know at once G B Swinebroad Secy Meeting Hour Changed During the winter months the night service at the Presbyterian church will be changed to 330 in the after noon As many of the congregation reside in the country this will enable them to attend both Sunday servsces In extremely cold weather it will be of great convenience to town people as well and it is believed the plan will prove quite satisfactory Services will be held next Sunday morning as usual and at 330 p m Millinery Openings We cannot see why the milliners do not band togetherand abolish the silly custom of having opening days It requires many days of the very hard est work the stocks are pulled and hauled over by the crowd and not one in fifty ladies buy or even select their headgear on these days There is no disputing the fact that a woman is going to look at every hat in town be fore she decides what she wants and this can not be done with any satis faction on opening days A large crowd was in town Saturday to see the displays at the local millinery houses and many compliments were passed upon the loyely selections Each of the four establishments had been pret Lily decorated and the hats tastily ar ranged and we have never seen a nicer lot of millinery than is now on the shelves and in the show cases of the Lancaster dealers Time was when it was necessary to go to the city to secure anything unusually fine in millinery but not so now YOU can get what you want right here in Lancaster and that too at very reasonable prices The Lancaster dealers Logan Dry Goods Co Miss Dickerson Miss Sallie Tillett and Mrs Jno F Lear are right up to the minute on styles and if you trade with them you are sure to get the very latest patterns and styles rainhave never If you want a Good Wagon Cheap get an from i f I i f J I I I Old Hickory ngcns l I 1 ill flii Jr J jiiJ 14ANiS 3 tMOIEEL tEl Dix river has about shut up shop The drouth is the most severe ever known in this section The last 81 50 Excursion will be run to Cincinnati Sunday Quite a are going from here Betting on Saturdays election was quite heavy and quite a number of fellows will have to postpone buying their winter flannel Unless consumers are more econom ical the town will be forced to place water residences This will cost more money so its a good idea to be careful Bales of Richmond bought in Boyle 92 brad of cattle at 85 12 72 head at 5c and 18 head at 5c The Advocate says it was about the best lot ever sent from there and represented the sum of 15000 Pretty Banners The Lancaster W C T U will be represented at the Worlds Fair by two handsomely painted banners which will be placed in the exhibit when the National Union meets in St Louis One represents the Union and the other the Loyal Temperance League The goods are of the finest quality the lettering and trimmings being in gold The banners are very pretty indeed and reflect great cred it upon those who worked so faithful Iv in making them The Primary The democratic primary election held Saturday was about as warm a number as ever passed down any pike in fact the interest was so intense that many looked for trouble Satur day However every thing passed off as quietly as could be wished there were no quarrels or any thing to cause hard feelings The vote was very large The winners Mr Joe E Robin sonCapt Doty and MrJas Bourne are being warmly congratulated upon their victories The race for nomina tion for county attorney was consider ed the warmest fight and Mr Robin son should feel proud of having de feated so able worthy and model young attorney as is Mr Davidson Mr Robinson is a lawyer of ability and if elected the people can rest assured that the interests of the county will be looked after in an able and impartial manner He tells us he will play no favorites if the give him the office and will see that all offenders rich or poor black or white will be made to serve out sentences imposed upon them Mr Doty the nominee for county clerk is too well known in the county for us to go into detail and its a safe predic tion that he will as in the past con duct the office in the best possible manner Mr Bourne is for the place he seeks and will make the county a good official The majorities were Robinson 363 Doty 444 Bourne 18L Death of Goo White The death of George White which occurred at Richmond Friday night cast a gloom over the many friends of the clever gentleman and his estima ble wife in this locality Although a Madison county man he wat beloved by many of our people jvho had known him all his life Kindhearted liberal to a fault honest and noble are char teristics which endeared George White to all who knew him He married Miss Jennie Faulkner one of the noblest and sweetest of Garrards daughters and to her is extended deepest sympa thy of a host of friends The and interment took place at Richmond Sunday Up To The Minute One of the prettiest stores in Cen tral Kentucky is that of J C Thomp son the jeweler He has recently had all the counters removed replacing them with the latest patterns in show cases which run to the floor A hard wood floor of a pretty pattern has been put down the desk removed and many other changes made which gives am pie room to wait upon a large crowd of customers He is disposing of his tablets stationery and the like and will handle a larger stock of jewelry watches diamonds clocks etc His facilities for repairing are complete while his engraving outfit cannot be surpassed in Central Kentucky If You want to see a strictly upto date store call at Thompsons on Danville street Meeting Closed The meeting at the Christian church came to a close Sunday night Brother Tinder having preached on the two remaining nights It is the all that the church has been great ly benefitted by the meeting the in terest awakened bringing the people to a better realization of their church duties and causing resolutions to live nearer to Christ and devote more time to spiritual things The sermons also brought much comfort to Christians in paths ot righteousness and they received great encouragement to renew their efforts to bring others to Christ There were thirty additions to the church all of wbim were bap tzed during the meeting The largely attended by members of other denominations who eujoyed tile services and were greatly benefit ted thereby Bro Tinder the pastor has been doing splendid work in this church ever since he came here laying the foundation this meeting which has proved so success ful He is one of the hardest working and most we have known a public spirited cit izcn ever ready to build up ib stead of tear men are the bone and sinew of a lion orable community metersat absolutely people well fitted funerals rvices opinion- of walking l prosperous number meeting was quietly for conscientious ministers ever one down Such Additional Personals Mattie and Lizzie Beazley are attending the Worlds Fair Clay Pumphrey who has been quite sick of fever is very much better Miss Bruce Pumphrey has returned from a visit to her sisters in Ohio Mrs Margaret Rollins of Lebanon has returned home after visiting Mrs Osie frisk Miss Gallic Adams of Richmond hasten visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Interior and Robert Walker of Garrard spent Sunday with Walter 0 Walker Rice Benge formerly of Danville has opened a grocerv store at Rowland Prof M D Hughes of Lancaster spent yesterday with friends here Business and Bargains Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris White corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed bats for sale at Marksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for saleMarksbury Son R L Jennings is showing a very at tractive line of dress goods cloaks and furs 107 Good gentle combined Saddle and Harness mare for sale 1072t A safe family horse suitable for women and children to drive 826tf J C Hemphill Fine Duroc Jersy Boar I will stand him for the season 1904 for 100 Money due when service rendered Joe F Price 9 2 8t The Danville Steam Laundry wasl es everything but the 25tf Smith Currey Agts Hyacinths Tulips and bulbs have arrived from Holland will sell 9 30 J C Thompson Paint Paint Paln We handle every thingin paints and varnishes and can give you 9 9 Frisbies Drug See the handsome wrist bags and Worlds Fair bags at Miss Ada Dick ersons Marvel Millinery store o7tf For Exchange Car load Oak Fencing for Hay or Corn Copper Creek Lumber Compa ny Brodhead Ky 107 2t We have the nicest line or Fountain Syringes Bulb Hotwater Bottles ever shown before 99 Frisbies Drug Store you will need before cold weather comes Our prices are right 9 9 Frisbies Drug Store Lost Watch Ladys gold watch lost between Lancaster ana Herrings school house Return to Judge Fords office and re ceive reward 3t Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont for get to see us buyingMarksbury 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 Ginseng seed for sale will make low price on seed to interest you Easily grown and worth from 20000 to 30 000 per acre seeds and roots at 6 year old J C Thompson 10 7 1000 Suit For All I 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 Lost Sunday 2 a bay mare Tender in her front feet and was between the of 9 and 10 Rellber al reward for information D W Dunn Atoka Boyle County Just received a complete line of boots shoes rubbers hats and dry goods some extremely low for cash only or produce of all kind in C D Co 9 30 3t We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 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 Special low roundtrip rates to in dian Oklahoma Territoy and Sept 13 and 27 Stormes rates and Infor mation via The Great Rock Island Frisco Systems tf Clearance Sale ton Box Paper We have about boxes where the Boxes art slightly soiled paper in perfect condi tion that we less than cost All go for 25c and 25c ones go for They will not last long at the Come early Frisbies Drug Store Notice to Taxpayers now ready to collect taxes you will save money by calling and 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 and Banks ti Timothy Seed and Blue seed for Sale Rome Bank Hudson tf I Misses Hamilton JournalEd millinery2t J M Logan For Sale Syringes Window Glas Let us sell you what glass j 9 30 tf tost Mare j exchange Texas Aug 16 See J E for literature 5 of ce I I e floc 1 pric 9 9 Tam and Home grown I Store and October Notice stationery zes Seed Blue- Grass seed Hudson grown j AND OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros 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- Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS Jioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Garelul Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations o- t a Strong and IJrjJantsville National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A B DENNY 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One Dollar to spare send It to n MA so Bi x in co And an account to which you can add or at any time wherever you be Any from SI to will be accepted iIm open 5000sum ay See Our NewBooklet i ar MAil Seat on AppUeatioa between the bank and the depositor est Is added January and July and compounded Ife MM m M 8 M 60 Chamber e Commerce Bid Cbclanatl O i All accounts in this bank are confidential Inter i Tu i i pe pli let th niselvcol run ru v i physically uutil tHey live just I ou the edge of the danger line between I health and sickness Some day they stagger across the line and disease like a bird of prey swoops down on them and they have to fight for life The weak body invites disease As the strength of the body is solely derived from food digested and assimilated so physical weakness points to the fact that the food eaten is not assimilated and the body is weak through lack of nu tritionDr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and so enables the perfect digestion and of food by which the bodily strength is alone sustained Thanks to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery writes Mr Charles H German of Lehighton Pa is the only medicine found I was Then I heard of Dr Pierces Golden Medical bottles of and am now cured It is the best medicine on earth The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines He gains you lose there fore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dr PIerces Pleasant cure constipation They o not beget the pill habit F assimilation everything myjoy tl Pellets L c Who tIt PERSONALS Mr W B Burton is in Lexington for the races Miss Mary Landram Burnside has been visiting friends in Danville Mrs James Beazley left today for St Louis to attend the Worlds Fair Mr Jesse Walden wife and son of Danville here visitors here Sunday Judge Ford and family have moved to their new home on Richmond street Sam Johnston who has been quite ill of typhoid fever is some better to day Ville Miss Knapp West has returned from a visit to relatives in Bagdad and Paris William Collier of Louisville has been visiting his sister Mrs J Mrs Mary Abbott of Paris is her cousin Mr John K West and familyMr Mrs J I Hamilton left Sun day to spend several months in Miss issippi Miss Drew of Portsmouth Ohio has been visiting Misses Martha and Helen Gill Mr William Beazler of Louisville Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Beazley Mrs M F Padgett and daughter of Dixon Tenn are visiting her sister Mrs J M Acton Dr Marshal Denny left Monday for the Louisville Dental College to his studies Mr A R Denny and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan have returned from the Worlds Fair Miss Katie Lee Denny is at home again after two weeks visit to the St Louis Exposition Mrs E T Minor left Monday for Stanford whereshe entered the for treatment Mr Burton Paris of Richmond his brother Dr Chris Faris Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Robinson and Mrs T B Robinson are in St Louis attecd ing the Worlds Fair Mr Jas A Royston who has spending some time in the West home Monday Misses Norma and Elsie Morrow were guests of Miss Edith Morrow of Lexington Miss Mary Arnold who is attending school in Nicliolasville was with home folks Saturday and Lexington L S Beasley of Lancaster Is the guest of friends here this week for the races Mr McBrayer Moore of Danville was here Monday evening to see one visitingher E Robinson visiting J infirmary visited Elmore HeraldMr t 1 k resume J I v t I beesa returned I I Sunday- S I I of Lancasters prettiest girls Mesdames Rebecca West and R A Stone were in Mt Sterling last week as delegates to the W C T U Judge J C Hemphill accompanied his daughter Miss Theo to D C where she will enter Chevy Chase College Mrs Rowland who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Solon Henry returned to her home In ElDorado Ark Saturday Mesdames Alex West and Will Lear have returned from Lexington where they have been visiting their at Hamilton College Mrs William Lawson was called to ElDorado Ark to the bedside of her son Mr Arch Lawson who died of fever before she reached her destina Mrs Johnson had as her last Mrs Dr Wright of La Miss Lutie Rothwell of Paint Lick and Miss Jennie Swode of Marksbury Mr Joel J Walker has been quite ill of fever for several days but it is the source of much gratification to bis many friends to know that he is now much better Nicholasville Journal Mr Rufus Moss and family of Lancaster have moved to this place and will occupy Mrs Alice Scotts residence on Brown street Mr Toss is a soninlaw of Councilman L D Shearer Interior Journal Miss Jennie of Lancaster was with her sister M issrs Mamie and Ellen Ball who have been guests of Miss Hattie Farmer have returned to their home in Lancaster Danville AdvocateMlss Lutle Roth well of Paint Lick is the guest of Mrs Nannie Jones on the Lancaster pike Misses Julia and Nannie Gaines will go to Lexington tomorrow to visit Miss Ada Early for severaldays We had a pleasant call from Editor Vernon Richardson of the Danville News Monday evening Rich is not only a good newspaper man but an allround good fellow He and Reed Embry are getting out one of the best papers in the state The decision of Dr W S Beazley to locate in California means the loss to Lancaster of one of her best enterprising and valuable citizens When Dr Beazley completed his stud les at the dental colleges about ten a very lucrative practice He has been a leader in securing im provements for the town and his purse strings were always loosened to onto in social circles and a faithful worker in her church and will be ly missed They will leave few weeks for theirnew home taking them the best wishes of the entire community s Convention Washington daughters T week Evergreen Duncan MrsRCWarren most byfaithfulal- ways assist sablegreat lOa with tion n S L A V I N OSTEOPATH OPHTHALMOLOGIST- All chronic diseases treated Glasses scientifically fitted SON HOTEL TUESDAY THURSDAY SATURDAY i o c DR i i o I yJ 0 B Stands for Bread and very good bread ifthe is bought at J f j bread CurrerI I If J OaYidso i Wiiter 1 rij Maiiuiii tub locality Jura E sold u mure lo D 0 Montgomery Mr Harvy Dean was elected trustee in Suunyside district Oct 1 Mr and Mrs Frank Gamman of Faulkner are the guests of Mrs G A Bruce Mr J M Vanderpool has erected a dwelling on his farm near here and will moVe this week Mr G A Bruce relatives near Burgiri a part of last week and atten ded preaching at Burgin Mr V G Vanderpool and family moved to Lexington Monday where they will reside in the future Mr Harvey Dean while breaking rock Friday let a very large rock fall on his foot and mashed it badly Mrs Shaw at Lock No 8 had a par aletic stroke some time ago and re mains in a very critical condition Misses Edna and Ruby Scott visited their aunt Mrs Margaret Cumley in Jessamine last Saturday and Sunday Mr Howard Parr of Wilmore and Miss Nancy Benge daughter of Mr John Benge were solemnly united in matrimony Oct 3rd at 130 W Thompson officiating The bride was beautifully attired in blue cos tume trimmed in white while the gloves were black A dinner was giv en at the brides home after which they drove to Wilmore where they were entertained by a friend of the groom We wish them much success and all the true happiness possible Broke Into II I House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation Whet Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured Theyre to cure 25c at McRoberts Drugstore 1m BEUNA VISTA Leslie Ruble is a victim of fever Charles Robinson is spending the week at St Louis Miss Florence Christopher returned last Thursday from St Louis Mr J B Ruble has recently shipped two car loads of stock to Cincinnati Mrs James Colton ofVirvinia is the guest of her aunt Mrs W T King A series of meetings will be held the Presbyterian church some time November Mr George Compton and daughter of Independence Mo are visiting rel Mrs Mama Lane has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Boyle and Pulaski Mrs MarthaTeater will leave next week for a visit to her sister Mrs Bo gie of Spears Jessamine county Clyde Ruble while splitting had the misfortune to split his limb causing him to use a crutch James Spoonamore the popular clerk at AT Scotts will leave Satur day for Urbana Ill where he has a position Mrs B F Perkins and daughterMiss Minnie will arrive this weekto visit Mrs Margaret Robinson and other relatives The sister of L N Frost arrived last Thursday from Indiana and is at the bedside of Mr Frost who continues quite ill At the recent session of the Ken tucky Conference Rev G N Jolly D D of Barbourville was appointed to this charge He will preach his first sermon here next Sunday Rev the former pastor goes to Bar our enterprising has sold his stock of goods and rented the store house and dwell ing to Messrs Cloyd who will take possession of store this week It is with regret our people give up Mr Scott and his estimable family He will likely buy a farm Many Mother ofa Like Opinion Mrs Pilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was subject to croup of a severe type and the giving of Chamberlains Cough Remedy al ways brought relief Many mothers in this neighborhood think the same as I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their children For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Saving souls by sentiment Is like seeding men on a flavor It is a good thing to lose your fence if the enlarging of your field A love Letter Would not interest you if looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve curedme Its the best Salve on earth 25c at He Roberts Drug Store 1m Farm for Sale For sale fine farm located in county near good schools and churches one mile from Paint Lick consisting of TWO HUNDRED and TEN ACRES a good 10 room dwelling and 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 necessary outbuildings including buggy house jack barn smoke house Ken house wood shed etc also flower pit and good orchard near hOUSe This farm is under good fences and te well watered by good never falling springs and 3 be sold worth the money and is a very deslra tile hOme For futher information addreee Box 164or Mrs JS H Ballard 8tanfprdKyi t 826tf I e il It l W I for30 visited Rev G t1 guaranteed tives here kindling Stratt- on bourvilleA merchant Madison Icehouse ii t liT F Scott 4 alI 4 it means you re with las S j of er O ir Mnj l iuh r IiI initini1 filiil tMari nf xviiMpiiitj roujjii aiitl writes K Flavllatid Aninink N Y bin when all otIs remedies failed we saved her life Dr Kings New Discovery Our neice who had consumption in an stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung yield to Dr Kings New as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and 100 bottles guaranteed by Mc Roberts Drug Store Trial bottle free 1m The offense of the faithful is not necessarily the defense of tbe faith ConfeMloBB of a Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable medi cine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts Only 50c 1m It is easy to backslide It you only hold your neighbor by two lingers Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a bacilus or germ which exists in street dirt It is inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin as in the skin as in the wounds caused caps or by rusty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most lent poison known These germs destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Fain Balm freely as the injury is received Pain Balm is an antisep tic and causes cuts bruises and like Injuries to heal without maturation and in one third the time required by the usual treatment It Is for sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Message to Fraternal Orders Interesting Pews Irons Cincinnati With Local CorUrmatlon In Lancaster The thousands of members of fraternal bodies in this State will be interested in the following message John Theobald a proniinent who lives at 1 1 1 I York Street Cincinnati Mr Theobald writes For five years I suffered with stomach troubles having all the distress and misery that afflicts dyspeptics could not enjoy eating thinking of the suffering that would follow My food did not digest and I took all kinds of I fcund nothing to help me untill I used Miona Thanks to this remarkable remedy I am now a and believe that it made a permanent and complete cure R E McRoberts is local agents for Miona natures cure for dyspepsia It is in the form of small tablets and sells at 500 a box The remedy has made so many and such remarkable cures amongst his customers confirming Mr Theobalds statement that he will give their personal guarantee with every box they sell to refund the money if it does not cure Physicans Good Luck Dr Harts Fortunate Experience of Special Interest to many In Lancaster The happiest man in New today and one who is receiving congatulations from his friends is Dr Philip Z Hart of Laconia N H Although he resorted to the latest scientific treatment and consulted many of his brother physiciansDr Hart finally said I mightjust as well have thrown my money in the river for I grew worse snd worse My wife and I will swear tha me of the worst case of catarrh that ever existed lused to cough constantly at night and had a dropping in the throat which kept me awaken great deal I raised thick phlegm and was in a horrible condition However entirely cured solely through the use of Hyomek R E McRoberts is the local agents for Hyomei the famous treatment which cures catarrh without stomach dosing A complete outsit costs but 100 extra bottles 500 he sells it under guarantee to refund the money if does it not give quick relief Notice to Creditors CourtLemonvs Notice to Creditors Barlow Admr Pursuant to order of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its August term jl904 all creditors are notified to present theirclai ms properly proven the estate of deceased to me on or 29 1004 at office in Lancaster Ky and all creditors are further notified that on fOctober 28 and 29 1904 1 jwlll hold sittings at office In Lancaster Ky to hearproof on claims against said W deceased estate This Sept 141904 J M Rothwell Master Commissioner 4Q7t Garrard Circuit Court j II v TW III i II Irs with advanced diseases Discovery III Priest number of ram 11 plentifully percussion maybe as soon from Forester I although medicines curedman England Hyomeicured lam bJ 8 9 0 6 bro Ir uclilis V 44 yin I c DefIs lax before October t jjjjjjj 1 roo r k 0 0W c M a L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business Commissioners Sale of Lund GAKKAUD CIUCUIT CounT Chas C Fox Guardian c Pills vs Leslie L Defts By virtue of a judgment of rard Circuit Court rendered at its August term 1904 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY OCT 24 1904 publicly in front of the court house door in the city of Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidder the following described tracts of land in Garrard couuty Ky First Tract The undivided three eights interest in remainder subject to the life estate or couttesy rights of M Jenkins therein in ana 10 the undivided sevenninths of and to that certain tract of laud described as fed Beginning at tree at A Buforas old line thence north 8oj poles to a stone in a drain thence the same with its meanders s 73 K 29 poles s 84i E 24 poles s 52 E 22 poles S 49 E 20 s 03 poles to u stone in a flat thence continuing down the branch N 80 E poles to a stone thence N 31 E 51 poles to a beech thence N 71 iv 12 poles to a sugar tree stump in a shed thence N 35 w 34 poles to a sugar tree thence N w 17 poles to a stone thence N 40 poles to a stone thence N w 11 poles to a stone thence N GO poles to abeech stump thence N 59 AV 23 poles to an elm stump thence N 87 w 40 poles to a stone on the Buford line thence with said line li poles to a stone thence N 71 w 43 to a stake in the forks of a branch thence N w 42 00 poles to stake thence 53 w 6 poles to a beech on the side of the road thence N GC AV 32 GO poles to a stone between a sugar tree and elm pointers thence AV 94 poles to a black walnut an old thence s E 148 poles to the containing 235 acres 1 rood and 33 poles saving and excepting however from the above boundary a small strip of land supposed to con tain about 1 acres along the drain that borders on the farm that has been contracted to G B Dunn to enable him to secure his fence out of said drain Second Tract The undivided three eighths interest in remainder subject t the life estate or right of C MJenkin in the following tractofland Beginning at a sugar tree corner to Colby Jenkins thence a new line s 80 w 80 to a stake in Adams line thence with said line N 2 W poles to an oak in the turn of a road thence with the south edge of said road and lane N 87 E 80 3 10 poles to a stake corner to said Jenkins or D F Smith thence with said line s If E 42 3 10 poles to the beginning and containing 21 acres 1 rood and 26 Third Tract Also the undivided threeeights interest in remainder subject to life estate or curtesy right of C M Jenkins therein in and to said tract of land as follows Beginning at a in the middle ol Lancaster and NicLolasville Turnpike Road corner to Ford thence leaving said pike and with said Fords 69 E 540 poles to a stake N 851 E 5 poles to a stake s 84 E 28 poles to a stake s 82 E 11 poles to a stake N 89 E 3290 poles to a stake corner to VV J Hogan thence his line s w 61 poles to a stake corner to same and in to Jeff Dunn thence with said Dunn AV 80 poles to a stake corner to same thence s 1 AV 52 poles to a stake in the north edge of the metal of the turnpike leading towards the mouth of Sugar Creek a corner to said Dunn thence with the north edge of said turnpike road s 89 AV 86 poles to a point in the middle of the Danville Lancaster and Nicholasville Turnpike Road thence with the of same s w 2240 poles to a point in the middle of same at the intersection of the Fishers Ford road thence with the middle of said county road N 86 AV 60 80 poles to a stake in the middle of same corner to Martha J Smith thence a new line to same N 4 K 62 64 poles to a stake a new corner to thence another new line s 86 E104 poles to the middle of the aforesaid turnpike road the middle and meanders of said pike N 381 E 19 60 poles N35 E 34 poles N 32E passing said Martha J Smiths corner to at 36 in all 44 poles to the beginning containing 96 Tract Also two pass ways in connection with and as appurta nent to the first and tracts above described which passways PS follows A feet wide running from the first tract above described along said second tract to thecoun ty road beginning at a popular stump on line of J H Dunn on north side I width and running to and connecting with the following passway about onehalf Beginning at B a sake marked on the thence with the line of David Floyd s 4 E 184 poles to the middle of the road thence with the same sixteen feet to a stake thence N 4 AV 184 poles to the dividing line of Adams and F thence with said lines 83 E 16 feet to the begin fling containing one acre and eighteen poles The said first passway adjoins the land conveyed to Colby Jenkins and Anna M in April 1873 and connects with said last named passway and said last named passway runs on the Woodyard Lamb farms intersecting the county road running by George and the interest to be sold in said abovenamed is three eighths undivld ed interest in remainder subject to the life estate or of the said C M Jenkins and are to be used pnrtenent to and in connection with said tracts 1 and 2 above described TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of 6 and12 months bonds with good se curl will berequired of the purchaser for the payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent of sale until paid having the force and effect of a ment which execution may issue If bonds arenot paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold until purchase money Is paid v M Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Jox Jackson Attjll Puff R Jenkin c the Gar asugar E 44 261 21 301 501 wIG SUE 341 corner U beginning Middleton curtes 431 Danville 21 381 anew same a new corner to same thence with acresFourth sixteen above describe Lamb tract being sixteen feet In and containing acre cutesy asap i loon Edo wn e abounded jut1g WELL for Oct 1 i04 I jjjjjjjjjjjjj DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT whIch sells for SO cents THE LABORATORY OF E C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky r r 1ta The S 100 bottle contains times thelrlal site PREPARED ONLY AT p LJrA2t4 j j 1 The stock of hardware assigned by K F Postle Is will sell in a lump a great chance for someone wanting to start in the hardware bus iness for price and terms see me or my attorney W I Williams Ky J E Robinson assignee of K F Postle 830tf 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 this matter your immediate attention All persons having claims against the estate of K F Postle assigned of of Lancaster Ky arc hereby notiiied that I will sit in my in Garrard county Kentucky from October 24 1904 to Saturday November 5 1904 Inclusive of both days for the purpose of receiving claims against the estate of K F assigned 9 30 J E Robinson assignee The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round trip tickets to California Aujr 15 to Sept 9 good until Oct23rd Also low one way colonist rates to California and the North west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One3Iinute Cough Cure gives instaift relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass into to the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the inllamation heals soothes and cures permanent ly by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining ta the blood and tissues Solo by R E McRoberts lm Can You Eat J B Taylor a prominent merchant of Cliriesman Tex says I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hopes of recovery van shed Hearing of some wonderful ures effected DvspepsiaCure I concluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles fully restored to my usuul health Kodol digests what you eat and cures Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Pill Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts Little Early Risers for billlousness or you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength to the tissues and organs of the liver and bowels Sold by R E McRoberts 1m One ot litany H A Tisdale of Summerton S C suffered for twenty years with the Piles Specialists were employed and many remedies used but relief and permanent good was found only in the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve This is the only one of the manymany cures that have been effected by this wonderful remedy In buying Witch Hazel Salve it is only necessary to see that you get the genuine DeWitts made by E C DeWitt Co Chicago and a cure is certain DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures all kinds of piles cuts burns bruises eczema tetter ringworm skin disease etc Sold by R E McRoberts lm To The bADIES We have now opened and displayed our st ockof 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 Creditors Notice All parties claims the estate Of Dr G ATraylor deceased will present same M required to undersigned at Ky All claims please settle at onco I Sale tome for Lancaster Notice hardware Lancaster returning immediately oxygen by Kodol Iam DyspepsiaCure t constipation stomach D Till ell II FAVORITE willbei Admre WTROUl c i7 f a- i 4 I I For give onday Pose 4 Sallie 1IERCESI I RESCRIPTION L F R WEUI WOMEN having tin JAEsoxlsw 0 c KRLL7HF COUCHIUlD CURE THE LUNGS WIT Orn r ew Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG or MONEY BACK WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN UP TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes Forever five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run and a year ago had to abandon work 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 after 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 H F Hillenmeyer Son Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky SNSx1 Offer for the Fall of 1004 a full stock Fruit and Ornamental trees AsparagusSmall thing for and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application TROUBLES KIDNEY CURE or ofmedicine andevery iLtvs F Price Free Trial SOc 4100 WITHOUT A RIVAL OR A PEER IN THE CURE OF DISEASE Life Plant stands peerless and alone as the sovereign remedy for the speedy cure of Catarrh and all diseases of the blood Miss Mummy Chrlchiyllle 0 bad rheumatism very palnrol limbs and feet 10 badly swollen that I could not wear my Tried various taken one bottle the were all and have not returnedfeel decidedly better every way say too for I NO CURE NO PAY is our tee It is the most certain cure for diseases of the blood on the market If you feel badly not a bottle just the thing to tone ay tfo CANTON OHIO McRoberts DrugSto ft permanent Maresays r4emedie Inducedn II Plan gU r ta e system THE t 1 1 t- Maa1actIrs bY LIFE PLANT COI v 4t THE CENTRAL RECORD 1 SUPPEMENT Lancaster Oct 14 igoi j Wise and Otherwise The longer man is married the less he dodges when his wife throws things at him j No matter how good a man is if he and his wife get along well all the credit is given to her patience An truthfuily says man who tied ii viper to his neighbors gate in the Lope that the neighbor might be bitten is not a whit worse than the sneak who will maliciously tell a lie about his neighbor in the hope that it will injure his business his future or his family Love is a disease of the mind which battles the skill of a physician and can only be cured by Time the great heal and is unhappy That is love in the Aeally age of man lie gets over the attack in time and grows up to manhood and the serious time ap proaches If he falls in love then it goes hard with him Were you ever tempted to think i Kit the editor was indulging in per sunals you saw something in the paper which seem to tit your case Discard that thuught the saying that Many a shaft at random sent tinds marks the archer little meant Why only the other day we read of a Texas editor who published the Ten by request with the result that he lost half his subscribers before he could have time to explain in his next issue that no personal reflections were meant There was once a politician and he little beea buzzln and a buzzin where an insect shouldnt be and the bee kept on buzzin till the politician got a notion tell the people what is what and his mouth got broad and roomy and his tongue got long and thin and he shouted and spouted the reasons he should win And he spent hiscash in handfulsbut he didnt care for that while the lit tie bee was busy in the top part of his hat And he saw himself a sittin in the ollice he had won and every body Calkin of the things that he had done But the morning after when he crawled out of his bed he listened and he listened but the little bee was dead Here is a small boys essay on the fly The Hi is a little animile that gets in the butter in the good ole time It has eight legs four to walk on two to shullle together and two to tickle with Flies are found all over Amerka hut mostly on lie are the cause of much cussin by folks what he pesters with his tickling legs The 111 cannot be stuck up fer he has eyes in his back right behind the shoulder blades The Hi loves to get on a babys nose and shuffle his feet It is fun to leave him be on the babvs mother aint aroun to land on ver for it The Hy is commonly called Hi but he has another name Pop calls him a helluv anuisance A fool conntry editor booms people when they marry Here is one of his samples Miss Jennie Jones and Hob Henry married at the Jones mansion last night The bride is a daughter of our Constable Jones who is a good olllcer jmd will be reelected next spring Ire of fers a tine horse for sale in another column The runs a grocery store on Main street and is a good pat jon of our ad columns and has a fine lot of bargains this week All he paid two cents more for than any other store in town The couple left on the 10 oclock train to visit the brides uncle in Mil waukee who is reported to have lots of money and Brights disease Bob certainly has an business I I K J it exchange liThe it it Commandments it h lie born to alas it it summer bald- heads nose if yer wee undoubtedly groom summer butter happy eyefor r l J 1 I losercalf I digstwhen Remember aI 1 1 ta tvs I f 1 I 1 l t I i t p r I f r ti s Man is a funuy little cuss and hasnt I long to stay lie flics around and makes a fuss and then he hikes away Some men imagine they are great and try to tear up Jack but each meets the same old fate and trots the same old track Great Ceasars dead and turned to clay and so is Cicero and Alexanders gone the way all the rest must go The sages heroes poets all the men of wealth and worth into an open grave must fall and crumble back to earth Then lets not join the mad aflray and struggle like the deuce and ago nize our life away for really whats the use Lets live and l ve and g the while and work now and then and give to every one a smile that cheers the hearts of men And whether we are crowned with flowers or chilled with winters snows with happiness lets fill the hours ere we turn up our toes Land Stock Crops J A Hot sold his farm of 720 acres on Elkhorn Creek in Franklin county to F Suter for 05 000 The farm was formerly owned by the late Harry I Todd and Holt paid 830000 for it a few years ago lion A S Thompson sold last week 3 Lead of 1000 Ib cattle to II Margo len the butcher Will Bedford of North Middietown delivered to L Jo sepb 50 cattle weight 1JSl pounds at 85 10 Bourbon News Warren Morton of Logan county sold recently to the John Robinson Circus what is reported big Best hug ou earth It is a turn worth boar and weighs between fifteen and sixteen hundred pounds The 1 og weighed JoO Ibs as a Harry Lazarus of Bowling Green Warren county Ky has made the sales of mules in the last week To New Orleans La parties 22 mules loj to 151 hands an extra lot mostly mare mules for 84150 25 head to Florida 11 15 hands S10 around 20 miners to go East from S83 to 1C mare mules and one horse mule 14i to hands 82009 28 head of mules to various parties to 8177 50 Total sales for the week 810000 Farmers Home Journal Cold Winter Ahead The weather wise are predicting a hard winter and declare that it is not far off In proof of their they cite the fact that the shuck on the corn is not only unusually thick but extends out over the ear farther than common The skin on is also said to be unusually which is regarded as another sure sign Hunters say that the fur on rabbits squirrels and other game is more abundant this year than for sev eral years past which is a never indication of a hard winter The goose bone specialist has not been heard from yet but in the light of these harbingers it is expected that he will join in the chorus for a record breaking siege of cold weather EATS Live the Truth Its pretty hard to know how to treat a lie when its about yourself You cant go out of your way to deny it because that puts youon the defen sire and sending the truth after a lie thats got a running start is like try ing to round up a stampeded herd of antlers while the scare is on them Lies are travelers and welcome visit ors in a good many homes and no questions asked Truth travels slow ly has to prove its identity and then a lot of people hesitate to turn out an agreeable stranger to make room for it About the only way I know to kill a lie is live the truth When your credit is attacked dont bother to the rumor but discount your bills When you are attacked unjustlyavoid the appearance of being too good is better than usual Surmise and suspicion feed on the unusualand when a man goes about his business along the usual rut they soon fade away for lack of nourishment Ex change I one some I H n to be yearling following 135 15 110 foreboding on- Ion heavy ailing I deny that sir the tIe Yesterday as ono of the many old wornout rattle trap vehicles was be ing dragged across the Square one of our nervous citizens said Yes there goes a turnout consistingof a wagon driver horse and harness which would bring about two dollars at a forced sale and the combination is keeping up fifty dollars worth of racket In Time of Peace Prepare Etc The Record wishes to call the at tention of those of our people who are opposed to open saloons to the fact that three new councilmen are to be elected at the approaching November election What ice does that cut Well lets see Say three are elected to the council Then if the saloon men are awake and we have never heard of their sleeping they will watch their chance and as was done in Winchesterlhe first time two anti saloon members are out of town will serve the previously notices have the called meet big grant license and be backed up by the decision recently rendered by the Court of Appeals in the Winches ter case This as we have always stated is the only way by which bar rooms can be opened in Lancaster as the voters will never consent to it The only waythe temperance people can prohibit the opening of saloons is by electing staunch business men as councilmen and we give warning that steps should be taken to this end The better element of Lancasters citizens do not want saloons but if they are not constantly on their guard a trick will be turned upon them and the grog shops opened A saloon in Lan custcrv would bring many dollars into the pocket of its owner and that we have some people here who are out for the monoy and dont care how it comes no truthful man will deny Costs to Elect a President While it cost only 8200000 to elect Abraham Lincoln to the presidency in 1S84 four times that sum was spent in the HayesTilden campaign of 1S7S while in 18S8 with tariff as the issue 32000000 was said to have been used bv ooth sides and the figures have mounted upward since in some of the later campaigns These facts form the substance of part of an interesting on How a National Campaign is Run which Edward Lissner con tributes to the current HarpersWeek ly He tells also of some of the items which go make up these expend tares The cost of maintaining headquarters with its army of em ployes ranging from 40 to 100 men and has been estimated to be about a day There are stump speakers who receive a week and expenses The distribution of a logic speech in orinted form has cost as much as S5CO and there have been campaigns when 20 of such speeches have been deliver j ed and circulated i HIKU Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut Herman American Plienix of ISrooklyu Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Dentists Office over Thomp oils store Danville st I H I burr tails prepared I I I I I I article t national I 3000 100 INSURANCE RevresBntin CumpaniesI I I Aina Lira Ins Go gf HartforuGollP I W S EEAZLEY G C 1 Beazley Fans l r I I I w mien L Tolloloa R FAR19 C q I f i j Ky Yellow Fultz Kansas Red Michigan Yellow Fultz Rid Fultz Economy Odessa Harvest King Poole Siberian Rye Kentucky Rye Timothy Clover and Blue Grass Seed all kind Field Seeds Call and see us H0 neat i 66d Wh t for Sal60I i t J 011 I iI jJ a- a0COO JaP r tiR Cs i4 4SS Wheat b l BMaricsilllr Best Route o Worlds Fair If you ire going to the Worlds Fair wby ribt take the advice of those who have made the trip and get the best line of travel There are scveal ways to go but before deciding on your trip ask those who have gone over the different lines learn the comforts and discomforts and then take the best If you do this you will choosethe lIen derson Route You can leave at 1030 a m go direct to Lou isville and there get a sleeper which puts you in St Louis bright and early morning You have had a sleep and savea the trouble and annoyance of making a drive of twelve miles to a neighboring town losing a nights rest to do so travel ing all day and being dumped into St Louis at 0 or 10 oclock at night and having to put in most all the rest of the night finding your quarters The fare from Lancaster over the L and N and Henderson Route is as cheap as you can get elsewhere you leave your own home in a comfortable train and have every comfort known to railroad travel If Lancaster did not have these accommodations a mighty howl would go up and as we do have them and it Is the best route why peo pIe seek more travel is incomprehensible Ask agent G M Patterson for rates etc and your own road tf FirstClass Rooms at St Louis Tne question of rooms at St Louis has been giving prospective visitors much concern but The Record can di rect you to a most delightful place We refer to No 1350 Maryland Ave a large boarding house run by Mrs W C Lindsay and in which Mr Geo L Gar rett traveling passenger agent for the Henderson Route is interested It is situated on the principal street car line running to main entrance of Fair grounds and also convenient to busi ness portion of tile city There are three boarding houses and two leading cafes within a stones throw where first class meals can be obtained The best way to see the Fair is to engage rooms then take meals wherever you happep to be This saves time and money Write Geo L Garrett T P A Henderson Route Louisville for fur ther particulars tf Arterial and Cavity Embalniin Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 1n Lancaster nest goo- dnights patronize I lACBEtILEY fl1in T e1rI j H j out of thcway v v V r mrG ll Swlncr 1 Herndon ot hI L Oticc over slur 07v UIII d rO X TIIE PHOTOGRAPH ER IS IN LANCASTER DOMESTIC tymHcrudon d Attorneys Law Lancaster heutn Stormea drug R- II Clay D A Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialty Either Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N J Kindly mention this paper That Smooth FinishS- o 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 IN LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Lancaster KentuckyJAgent