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THE CENTRAL RECORD JIFTEENTIt YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1904 f i i r r NUMBER ao 1 1 Pure Water 0 INSURES jGoodflealth ji To keep your cistern 1 free from leaves 1 birds nests i bugs and J trash of all kinds use J r u rn II ffi I I HASBLDHN i 1NlJr 11 w z rA i Hase1aon1Iiltoii t 4- I ice Go to work Big crowd went to Cincinnati The urchin is beginning to count days til Santa comes The Christian church will tender all their new converts a reception of Fii day night Nobody but the streetcorner and st rest ivc leafers are talking politic Nobody seems interested In the great j event of electing a President of the United States Changes Back to Evening So many complaints were made the change of time of service at the Presbyterian chinch Pastor I Chumbley changed back to evening j and next Sunday the services will be held at night as iiual Mr Stormss Expires With the meeting at Danville last week the term if Mr J E Stormes of this city expired as a member of the State Board of Pharmacy Mr S was appointed by Guy Bradley and his excellent work on the hoard was recognized iti his election as president The law prohibits the reappointment of a member and Mr S was conse quently ineligible to re appointment Town Clock on a Tear Sunday midnight the town clock concluded to have a little fun andin stead of stopping when low twelve i was sounded it continued to strike for exactly thirty minutes Many cit izens were awakened by the steady tolling some coming to the Public Square to see what was up The old ll machine is about worn out frequent ly slipping a cog and refusing to sound a bell Now is a mighty good time to install a new clock one which will not freeze up in winter or go oil half lj cocked at the dead hour of midnight A Fatal Accident Last Monday morning Mr George Austin met with a singular and fatal accident at his home on Buckeye ridge He had shucked a sack of corn j and placed it on his horse In to get on the horse he slip ped and was thrown to the ground striking the sharp edge of a corn stalk j where it had been cut The stalk his abdomen and penetrated the i bowels He suffered intense pain un l tll death came the same afternoon Mr Austin was well known in Garrard and was one of our best farmers and citizen lie leaves a wife and several children who have great sympathy The remains were interred at the Cemetery Tuesday services conducted by Eld F M Tinder J Sunday I Term ffi I 1il m i m ill ill t I tr r I noon Afar a attempting entered Lancaster being Lock tbe coal bin Jack frost is beginning to pinch Horrig killing time will soon be here The Dist C E Convent ion will meet at Moreland on Nov 4tlj and 5th T ere will be a called meeting at the F rk church Sunday morning at tea oclock All members are requested to be present If some people loved charity and kindness as well as they do a dollar Heaven would have to be enlargedto accommodate the wings they would be entitled to Farmers are sowing a great deal of but Mr II A B Marksburv wl o has been handling wheat since tie memory of man runneth not to tbe contrary tells us much of it will be lost He says it would have baen to have waited for a rain Special Attraction The Joseph Mercantile Co is now giving great attention to its line of shoes and the lines now being shown are a special attraction which is being highly complimented The stock is away above the ordinary and the ladies are completely carried away with the pretty shoes and low prices If you havent seen the display go at once before the lines are broken The following Superintendents were appointed by the president Saturday Aims House Mrs Rebecca West Flow er Mission Mrs Fannie Farra Sab bath Observance Mrs Maria Kirby Jail Work Mrs Wm Lear Press Miss Amanda Anderson Literature and Railroad Mis Mae Patterson Scien tific Temperance Instruction Kinnaird Purity in Literature and Art Burnett Notice to Contributors For the steenth time we say it is impossiible for newspapers to print long obituary notices unless they are accompanied by the money to pay for same Any paper will publish notice of a death making no charge therefor but if people wish to air their views grow eloquent brush cobwebs from the sky and also from the departed the newspaper must have pay foi same Not more than onetenth the readers are interested in obituary no tices and they are in matter But its no use going inti particulars If you want your view printed we will do so for so much pei View etc This is a rule newsp per have had since the tirst was but it seems people will neve catch on to it heat better W C T U Mrs Dr Dr tact advertis- Ing established extra slzed u ladies Mrs Our New Stock Of FALL and WINTER Clothing Overcoats IS now before the stock is over and the sizes broken We are making EXTREMELY LOW PRICES Terms Strictly Cash H T LOGAN The Record office is up to date on job printing i IIt WI Ir I II I 1 Shoes Call I ljV VIIIIJ l I r MI r TTTIII- II a II- f I t NOW 2NIi picked n w The dust is knee deep Sweet taters and possum fit in just T S Elkin will have fresh fish and oysters Saturday 1021 tf Manager Beazley placed several hundred bigmouth bass in Lake Placid last week The Government furnished them Eld F M Tinder will preach at the Christian church next Sunday subjects as follows 1045 a m Lazy Christians 715 p m The Dignity of Labor Lee Tate an old Lancaster boy well remembered by our people is a caudi date for county clerk of Rockcastle Lee moved to that county some years ago and has been quite prominent in political and business circles Ills Lancaster friends hope he will win in a walk New names continue to find their to The Records subscription list resort to guesscontests free trips to the moon or other such rot nor do we beg anyone to take this pa per We strive to send worth of your money that being the only way to succeed By the war look at the yellow label on this copy and if in arrears come help make it necessa ry for us to tear down our old barns and build new ones Kind Words for Lancaster Man Danville News The many friends and relatives here of Attorney Joe E Robinson of Lancaster are delighted to hear of his magnificent victory of last Saturday in his race for the nomination for County Attor ney of Garrard His opponent was Attorney Robt L Davidson who is a young man of marked ability and very popular which makes Mr Robin sons victory more brilliant Mr Rob inson had lined up against him some of the leading politicians of his coun ty and he may justly feel proud of his remarkable majority of 368 over his opponent Mr Robinson is a young man who is universally admired He has made a very enviable reputation as a lawyer in his county and when sleeted to the office to which he as pires he will make the county an able ind efficient as well as an honest and onscient ious official He is a grad tte of the Centre College Law Class f 96 and was one of the best men in iis class He is a brother of Mr Jake Robinson and Mrs Will Tewmey of his county and has many other rela ive in Boyle who are proud of his ecord and who with the News pre lict for him a very bright future Mr Robinson married M iss Francis Col ier of Garrard daughter of the Dan Collier I now Sermon wa We dont youthe Democratic late- en Lake Placid is a winner Big crowd went to Cincinnati Sun day Does the Record suit you If so tell your friends If not insist upon your enemies subscribing Jacob Joseph who belongs to every known order except Kuklux and tbll gate raiders is in Louisville this week as representative of the Lancas ter Masonic Lodge Eld F M Tinder received news of the death of his tenyear old nephew near Birmingham A 1 a Tuesday morning The little fellow was in a cherry tree lust his hold and fell a considerable distance strik ing on his head There will be a great Missionary rally at Christian church sometime during December Besider twelve or fifteen of Kentuckys most useful min isters there will be seveaal Foreign missionaries on the program When in Louisville visit the new Hopkins Theatre just opened in the historic Music Hall The building has been remodeled into the latest and most up to date theatre and twice daily there is given a high class vau deville performance by the best known artists Dont fail to visit the Hopkins when in Louisville A Mountain Doctor Dr G B Lawrence of Mt Vernon Ky has a remedy which absolutely cures Cancer Fifteen years work in Indian Territory and Kentucky put him to studying out a remedy for the living death He cures it in from 10 to 30 days Come to Mt Vernon be treated No knife and virtually pain Ijss no money required until cured The remains of George Robinson were brought to the Hubble church Sunday where funeral services were conducted by Eld F M Tinder thence to the Lancaster Cemetery for interr ment Mr Robinson was a brother of Attorney Joe E Robinson of this city He wrs a sufferer consumption and had spent some time in the tar west but received no benefit The deceased was widely connected and a popular young man A Card We take this method of saying to our friends who were so kind to us during our bereavement that we will always cherish their many acts of kindness and never forget the many noble acts and words of comfort we received at their hands That God I will reward you all is our earnest pray er W L Lawson and family climb- Ing Robinson I I from Q It mJDanville Ky G Tailored Suits Be careful with the water Lancaster is one of the few towns where water holds out through the drouth A series of meetings will be held at the New Antioch Christian church during the Light moon of Novem ber While handling an old shot gun Ode the 17year old son of W T King was shot and killed The family re side in Pollys Bend and are well known in Garrard county Entertainment at New Antioch The Ladies Aid Society of New Antioch church have secured Miss Daisy Steadington a reader and im personator of great ability and reputa tion who will give a recital at New Antioch Monday evening the 24th Admission 20cts children lOcts Miss Steadington has had much experience on the platform and the entertain will be exceptionally tine Remember tbe date and attend it A Great Invention Mr W J Romans the carriage man of this city is one of our most ener industrious citizens In fact hard work is what he is always look ing for and when a big job confronts him he immediately rolls up his sleeves spits on his hand and goes af ter it with a vim which is wonderful But like many of the rest of us he balks when it comes to crawling out of a warm bed and making a fire when the thermometer is shivering down about the zero mark While he said nothing about it yet his mind has been busy for some years figuring on an invention which would do away with the fire making nuisance and by careful study he has worked out the proposition Securing an old time flintlock musket he sawed oil the barrel and stock leaving the hammer firing pan and trigger Just before retiring at night he lays his kindling and coal properly in the grate placing plenty of paper under the bottom tierce Then the pan of the old flintlock is filled with powder cock ea and placed among the paper A tying is fastened to the trigger and run to his bedpost Upon awakening m the morning he jerks the string which pulls the trigger The two old flints strike and ignite the powder This of course sets fire to the paper and MrRomans turns over for another little snooze while his fire is warming the room It never fails to work suc cessfully and the comfort he has de rived is unmeasurable Of course as the weather grows colder the inven tion becomes all the more of a bless ing I J Igetic and 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 Cloils Furs and Skirts A nice line to select from at prices that will save you money Also a full stock of lanl ets Comforts Clothing Outing Flannels UnderwearOvercoats Gloves ShoesEtc GIVE us A TRIAL iUeiinp D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to to JA Corduroy Paint Lick I business s w DaiItODDUDIapi these are new styles just produced in New York being copies and improvements on the very latest Winter creations of the leading designers of Paris He also 30 sample suits at very low prices Bear in mind too that our prices are always the lowest securedabout Raincoats WaistsSill i I Last year all raincoats must have cape this year they must not have capes and we have the correct styles We have now in stock and in transit over 100 Istrictlynew f shape Raincoats made in many and various styles to suit different ideas and figures We have exclusive sale of the celebrated J M Co real imported English Raincoats renowned the world over Prices are a little higher than the ordinary kinds 20 to 27 but you get Style Quality and Durability At 15 we have a special value Raincoat that we are selling by the dozen as it is superior to any you will see elsewhere at 20 At 10 very stylish collarless box pleated Raincoats in Tans Olive and Oxford such as are usually sold at 15 i Wraps There will be over 75 distinct styles of suits from 10 to 60 making the largest assortment to be see in house in Central Kentucky Most of j anyone New Silk Coats at 10 to 30 New Broad tail Silk coats at 18 to 35 The lat est from Paris Cloth wraps of all kinds from 7 to 30 All these are brand new styles l just brought out in New York 2 i In Black Brown Navy Leather made of the finest Chiffon Taffeta made many elaborate and attractive styles at 5 7 and 9 A very few ele andWhite In gant samples of white waists at 10 to 15 Fine Furs We have hundreds of pieces to select from and G every pioce was carefully selected from the best stocks New York We invite and are confident that we can and will save you one third on any you want Minks Martens Sa ble and Isabella Foxes Wolfs OPosvum Baum Coneys etc at every price from 1 to 50 Large Pillow Muffs to match all the finer furs Come in early and selection In comparIson Martens I ry one s Our buyer has just returned from a very successful Midseason trip to New York in search of new things in Tailored Suits Raincoats Wraps Waists Furs etc We consider it a successful trip because he found a great many very distinctly new ideas in many of these lines that will be shown by us only for this section of Kentucky These goods are arriving by every express train and you are invited to come in and see them Q1WH Danville KN a t It Is Our Purpose To OUR BUSINESS HERE in order to get rid of the stock by January 1 st5 we have made up our mind that we will have to make a Ioss so here it goes This is your opportunity to make a great saving in your Fall and Winter purchases Dont delay or you will miss some good things coo r x ii U CLOSE OUTA Sand I Dress Goods Special lot of all Wool Dress Goods worth 60 to 65 close out price 380 One lot all Wool Dress Goods worth 75 tp 850 close out price 48c One lot all Wool Dress Goods worth ioo close out price 750 One lot all Wool Dress Goods worth 125 to 150 close out price gSc Special lot 54in all Wool Broad cloth worth 125 close out price 8gc SILKS 36in Black Taffeta Silk worth 125 close out price 89c 36in Black Taffeta Silk worth 150 close out price 112 v Also some great bargains in colored Silk you must see them to ap predate their value White Goods Nice Waisting cloth worth 2oc closing out price 12 r Mercerized striped waisting cloth worth 250 closing out price 150 Handsome mercerized waisting cloth worth 4oc closing out price 250 Corduroys and Plain Velvets We can show you some values in these at 37 50 and 75c that will surprise you General Dry Goods Our line of plain and fancy outing Flannels and Flannelette at f it 8 and IDC are the best values you can find You should see our line of cotton Suiting at 10 12 150 They are nice for shirt waists suits You will find this a good time to lay in a supply of Table Linens Napkins and Towels We are selling them for much less than they are worth We have a splendid assortment of fabrics suitable for making comforts Also Batting at very reasonable prices T c goods 5 and 4 1 r Blankets Good size cotton blankets each 27 Splendid assortment blankets at 75c 900 looi25 and 156 All wool blankets worth 450 closing out price 338 blankets worth 500 closing out price 398 All wool blankets worth 650 700 closing out price 500 Comforts Good values in Comforts at 750 g8c 125 i5o and 200 each Underwear Ladies vests and pants at soc 25C soc per garment Ladies Misses and Childrens union suits at 25C 35C 500 TSC 100 Ladies knit skirts soc 75c and 100 Hosiery Splendid value in Ladies Misses and childrens hose at toe I2c I5C 2pc 25C Full line Ladies Misses and Childrens Black Cat hose the best on See our line of Boys Black Cat leather stockings Wear longer than any other stocking made Millinery We have a new line of millinery and we are selling at very low prices Carpets and Mattings We have a few Carpets Mattings and Rugs left which we will sell at a bargain Allwool 0 38C and i ct 5 and the market up to date CloaksOne lot Toadies cloaks worth One lot Ladies cloaks worth One lot Ladies cloaks worth One lot Ladies cloaks worth One lot Ladies cloaks worth One lot Childrens cloaks worth One lot Childrens cloaks worth One lot Childrens cloaks worth One lot Childrens cloaks worth One lot Infants cloaks worth One lot Infants cloaks worth 500 and 600 now 298 650 and 750 now 389 800 and 1000 now 550 1250 now 750 1500 and 1600 now 987 125 now 69 87 2oo and 250 now 148 350 now 198 ioo now 150 now 98 Ready to Wear Skirts We have quite a nice assortment of Ladies ready to wear skirts ranging in price from 100 to 10 oo This line of skirts we will sell for less than manufactures cost One special lot of man tailored skirts worth 500 and 600 now 348 One special lot ofman tailored skirts worth 700 and 800 now 4gS SHOES We have a splendid line of shoes for Ladies Misses Children Men and Boys you will find our prices lower than you can get elsewhere We are selling our 300 Queen Quality shoes for 250 We are reduction in all line cf shoes You will save money ifyou see our line of shoes before you buy Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods We have some Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Overcoats we are selling for cost and in many instances for less than cost We also have a good assortment of Cassimere Corduroy and Jeans pants at low prices Mens and Boys Hats for Less than Cost Mens and boys underwear and Furnishing Goods at bargain prices h 150 now h 48 making J T X3I E3 c v f fj LOGAN DRY GOODS CO rancasrte JiIof c T 4 x I 4 x Kentucky CN yy7l S k cr itr rY- n crr I vy va n L- 6r i Before making your winter purchase by seeing our elegant Elegant line of SKIRTS UNDERWEAR in fact all the Winter outfit you need New Goods No Old Stock To Work Of Prices Reasonable Quality the Best Styles 4 L r L 7 J ft OOATS c rhe CO save money TOVR2ST TACKETS FCTR Corre- ctSO E 1 H L1ERCAIYZI7 C HUGH MURRAY OPHTHALMOLOGIST who understands the eyes their defects and relation to human ills I will be in LANCASTER Friday October 21 19O4 and each Friday following until further notice Office FOX STUDIO If your vision blurs or you suffer from pains in the 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 loot Fox Studio Lan caster Ky Home office Danville Ky with Murray McAdams Thanking the public for their liberal patronage accorded me and trusting for a continuation of same Yours most respectfully Hugh Murray Ophthalmologist r One I I 1 e eye I successful Electric tAtUJt At Ranges Electric Ranges are all the go Theyll cook very fast or theyll cook very slow They have a large oven and a guaranteed back an Electric Range Dont get out of whack They burn less coal and do better baking and give better satisfaction though you give the world a scraping If you want a and the worth of your money buy your wife and Electric and make your home sunny goodrange e HASlDN and n OINSDN JiI1AAn1VWVw T Dont forget to return the sacks you borrowed from as We need them badly Marksbury Son Seeds For Timothy Clover and field Seeds of all kinds Buy or sell call and see us Marksbury Son 50 hemp cutters with knives Good quarters for sleeping etc Apply to Sale tt Wanted 4 L r C t r s s As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when It is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it Is a great satisfaction ito know that your orders are going to be filled when promised bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and to it o proposes maintain CENTRAL RECORD Jssliied Weekly ioojer Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Laneaiter Ky at SecondClass Mali Matter Lancaster Ky October 21 1904 Whatever may be thought of the political wisdom of the Prohibition ists members of this party have at least the courage of their convictions and must be repected for their hon esty and earnestness They are for a principle and a cause which seem to them the most important with which the American people have to do They see the tremendous evil1 of intemperance the growing power and constant encroachments of tho liquor interests the increasing dim culty of bringing the rising maturity unscathed by what they describe and not too forcefully either as the drink demon they tragedies of intemperance on every hand in private and public and business life they see the sufferings of innumerable innocent victims and with such spectacles constantly them they feel not that all other public concerns should be subordinate to this That other men and other parties hold that the evil is one which can best be held in check by education and moral influences that law can never alone control it and in any case is best enforced through local rather than general other men in short fail to agree with the tionists is no argument against the im portance of the reform the latter are trying to bring about The party which has nominated a presidential ticket does not expect to elect ticket it does expect by keeping its ideas before the people to make cause more popular each year until eventually the people may come to it or other parties may be found to its views A man of one idea wins in the long run a party with one idea may have similar fortune if its cause is just The Prohibitionists are at least deserving of respectful attention The case of the Kansas City girl who has just inherited half a million dollars from a second cousin should be a to the thoughtless people who have been accustomed to look coldly upon kinfolk of that degree and even to snub them The colored doctors were in session at Lexington last week It is always amusing to hear Rastus tackle the or dinary everyday words and his at the jawbreaking terms of the average white M D must be very funny indeed As cold weather approaches the newspapers are getting off the old gag about the wifes cold feet Stop this boys or Jim Allen will let another matrimonial season pass Unrest is said to be growing in China Unrest would grow in almost any if a war between two foreign powers were being waged on its The annual bucket of sausage finest spare ribs of the season soon begin to show up on the country editors desk The present campaign is about as interesting as a temperance lecture Live stock experts are predicting that the big money of the next few years to be made in stock will be in by the breeders of mules When construction work on the canal begins in earnest they say the price of mules is bound to jump because they animals that can stand the intense beat of that section and keep on working The West Indies Africa and Phillip pine Islands have also been drawing heavily upon this country for mules and the American mule is increasing in favor as a part of the equipment of European armies As a of fact mules have been steadily rising in value In Kentucky Ten nessee and Missouri there are big mule farms which have enriched their owners in the last ten years Yet for reason or another the former mule breeding sections are not pro ducting mules fast enough to supply the demand and their production is declining Not many years ago Ken tucky 55000 jennets cow there are not more than 2600 The same decline is noted in Texas Mis snuff and Tennessee For Seat 8 room house with 2 acre Lexington aye Apply to 3 iP Robln at U National Bin 10i2ttt j i generations to seethe I unnaturally I applicationthat b accept often warn- Ing attempt nation territory gathered Panama the only One son JfY t ffg S s working confronting Prohi- a it it at rvl are the matter Texas some had while lot oB I i 4 W BRYANTSVILLE Record Man Makes Visit to this Happy Flourishing City and Finds Plenty of Business and Enterprise It was The Record mans good to spend a few hours in Bryants ville Saturday afternoon and altho our visit was a hurried one we were enabled to take a peep at the various enterprises and learn that the little city is one of the liveliest and most prosperous in this section Saturday afternoons always bring a good crowd to the town and it is almost impossi ble to get to talk with the as they are kept on the hustle all day long They are always to the visitors and judging from the many invitations to eat sup per stay all night etc they are so happy as when entertaining the tranger within their gates The Bank of Bryantsville Is estab fished in a pretty and convenient new building of its own The fixtures are the latest while the safe is one of Halts latest patents absolutely fire and burglar proof It is provided the new screw door and the offer a reward of 1000 to anyone will open it within fortyeight after the time lock is set This bank was established by some of the most substantial citizens of Garrard county and is as solid and safe as it is posse ble for a bank to be The cashier Mr J M Smith has been engaged in the banking business at Salvisa Burgin and other Kentucky points and has a splendid reputation both as a bus ness man and a gentleman He is ably assisted by his brother W R Smith The bank is making good money for its shareholders and the people of that section should be very proud of the flourishing Bryantsville Is well supplied with stores especially those who carry merchandise in this there are Pettus Bros Becker Glass and Noe Mullins At either of these you can get anything you need and at the most reasonable prices Two doctors Durham and Eiliott look after the health of the commune tyind judging from the small amount of sickness there they know the size pill to give every fellow who begins to feel badly Two millinery stores Mrs Haselden and Mrs proprietors have a full line of ladles headgear the stocks consisting of the latest and best of every thing in that line S S saddle and harness shop does a thriving business and he always has on hand a complete stock of goods in his line J W Farley and Ben Holcomb the blacksmith shops while gristmill runs every and is proving a blessing to the and wells are quite low the case all over the country but the suffering from the drouth has not been so great as in other parts of country The new Masonic Lodge was insti tuted Saturday the Grand Master of Kentucky having deputized Louis Landram of Lancaster to do the work Among the visitors were Bobt Kinnaird ney of Lancaster who assisted in the work The lodge will be known as New Bryantsville U D The officers are Fayette Brooks Worshipful Mas T E Adams Senior Warden Ca W Johnston Junior Warden Dr J H Durham Secretary Solomon Childers Treasurer W J Hogan Senior Deacon I M Dunn Junior Deacon J S Haselden Steward and Tyler At a meeting to be held this week a time of meeting and other bus iness will be arranged Some years ago Bryantsville had of the best working and largest lodges in Ken tucky but the ball and furniture was i burned and for some reason the brethren got together again The writer was pleased to meet several old who had been raised by our Lew is Landram and we enjoyed their ref erences to he and our father W J Landram of whom bad confer red degrees upon of those pres ent Saturday The principal trouble farmers of the Bryantsville section have is that of transportation They must haul their stuff to etcher Nlcbo lasville Danville or Burgin and by the time you tack on this expense to the price of production the margin is not as great as that received by of sections closer to railroad or river The Bryantsville section how is productive and this makes up in a large degree the loss from lack ttransportation L L Card of Thanks I thank my friends and also the physicians for the assistance ten dered me In the and also the death of my little daughter She wagrmy only precious child WmMarchbanks Manse Ky fortune businessmen ra1 exact Steadman Has ldens conduct Nath Saturday peopleCisterns F Postle and J WSwee 11ter one r i i 1 some ever many 0 J courteous never liou institutions guns Noes a Sis th K never Masons grandfather both Lancaster farmers every sickness yam hrs McCREARY Miss Nell Bourne is visiting in Lex ington this week T A Royce sold a fat heifer to Oris Wearen for 21cts Geo Broaddus sold 3 sows and 3 pigs to Geo Sadler for 25 Mr Frank Broaddus sold his farm of 75 acres to Mrs Metcalf for 2000 Mrs Mike Rav of Buckeye visited her daughter Mrs J T Hardin last weekMrs Wm Hamm and family accon Mae Taylor are visit ing in Somerset Mr and Mrs P G Warner have re turned from a visit to their daughter Mrs J in Stanford Messrs Wm Sebastian Leslie and Walker Bradshaw and Thomas Royce sold their hogs to Victor Lear last week at Sets per pound Mrs W T West and children and Mrs Robert Embry and children of Lancaster were visitors of Mrs Wm Simpson last Thursday MANSE Mr Boyle Doty attended the races at Lexington last week Miss Mayme Ramsey is in St Louis attending the Worlds Fair Mrs Oily Burke spent several days this week with her mother near Hi attsvillo Miss Frankye Doty has been spend ing seveeal days in Lexington and lit SterlingMiss Helen White of Lincoln county have been visiting Mrs Jake White Mr and Henderson vis ited her mother Mrs Gastineau Hiattsville this week The many friends of Mrs Harvey McDowell are delighted to have her In our midst again She will leave soon for her Southern home Miss Margaret Walker will return with her where she will spend the winter Cough Remedy No one who is acqainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlains 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 ann may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult It is also pleasant to take When all of these facts are taken into consideration it is not surprising that people in foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after having once used it ale by Frisbies Drug Stor e 1m by Miss W Perrin Luella and It p partied r Mrs Gaines all Chamberlains r r Fore McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY NEW fAll GOODS Coming in Daily 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 and Notions Boots and Shoes Hats Caps and Clothing Staple and fancy Groceries Hardware Harness Furniture and Undertaking We are making prices attractive in every respect McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY 4100 o rgftljJ I 1j1lil WJrj soX IJ7fjJr oro I s DryGoods e e I X X Y lfbX X I J8 8 E3 8 8 8 oo o ooooo o ooo o 0 0 o oa J e- We QJm 0 o o j o Q 2e1 Frisbies Drug Store I= = 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 STORE i frjr jriTfrjprejRT Winter Buggy Robes Very Cheap I P Wagon Breeching Wagon Lines Wagon Col m lars of all kinds 1 Can save you money on Buggy Harness 1- g Bridles cheap Back Bands Collar Pads the best 25c jg H Old Hickory Wagons at a Bargain Buggies Surries Phaetons Roadwagons M PRICES LOW DOWN 1 I iiR lMANE1 ELMO E t J II c 1 It shows the inherent desire of a woinflu to be helpful that her chief complaint against suffering is often she cannot work What must such a condition mean to the woman who must work if she would live There is no woman so independent of spirit as a working woman yet there are many selfdepend ent women struggling on day by day knowing that they must soon and become depend ent on others For weak rundown women there is new life and new strength in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It cures backache headache nervousness sleeplessness and other couse quences diseases by curing the diseases which cause these ills It establishes regu larity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness I suffered from female weakness for three years so that I could not work writes Clara Peterson of Manhattan Ill Box Was all rundown only weighing ninety pounds to one hundred and I used your Favorite Prescription and one of Lotion and can now do all kinds of work thanks to Dr Pierces medicines Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser paper covers is on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y overworked It breakdown sent fret Billie West has returued from the races in Lexingten Judge A D Ford is in St Louis t tending the Fair Roy Beazley has been visiting his brother Mr James Beazley Miss Mattie Eestes was visiting her brother in Cincinnati Sunday Rev C M Reid of Middlesboro is visiting his mother Mrs Mary Reid Mesdames Pauline Rigney and John Stone are visiting relativesin Liberty Miss Allie Anderson is visiting her sister Mrs W T Browning ofLexing ton Dr Chris Faris has been visiting in Lexington Lawrenceburg and Cincin nuli Mrs Georfne Lusk has returned from a visit of two weeks at the Worlds Misses Fannie and Jane Dotv are visiting Mrs Annie Doty of Millers burg Miss Carrie Sanders of Hyattsville left Wednesday for a visit to Chicka manga Miss Stella Ballou of Stanford has been visiting the family of Mr H M Ballou Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicnolasville is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam llaselden Mr and Mrs J M Farra have return ed from a pleasant visit to theSt Louis Fair Mrs Simpson Elkin of Atlanta is the attractive guest of her sister Miss Jennie Duncan Mr Joseph Elder wife and baby of Danville visited Mrs Emma Higgin botham Sunday Miss Mae Robinson of Marcellus has been the guest of Mrs E C Gaines Richmond avenue Dr W L McFarland of New York is expected for a visit to bis Mr and Mrs Ed Thurmond are re ceiving congratulations over the of a little girl bits Joe Falconer Jr and son For man will return this week to home in Middlesboro Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville was visiting her parents Squire W H Kinuaird and wife Miss Sallie Tillett was called to Kansas by the serious illness of her sister Mrs Bookout Dr L S McMurtry of Louisville will take dinner on Friday with Mrs Lackey Miss Margaret Drew of Portsmouth Ohio is the guest of Misses Mary Martha and Helen Gill Mrs Clara Bettis of Lowell has been visiting her brother Mr Alex Beazley Paulding street Miss Alice Maddox of Eminence will arrive Saturday to visit Miss Allie Arnold Danville avenue Mr and Mrs R E Henry after a visit to relatives here returned Tuesday to their home in Eldorado Ark Mrs George Robinson and children of Lincoln county have been visiting mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Miss Frankie Kauffman is visiting her sister Miss Louise Kauffman of St Louis and attending the Fair Master John Anderson Bacon of KafisasXiity is visiting his eats Mr John Anderson and wife Anterior Journal Miss HallieRoy of Garrard was the guest of Misses Mattie and Bettie Paxton Misses Alberta Anderson and Mary Landram Burnside have returned from a visit to friends in Danville Mr and Mrs Charles Engle nee An nie Beater of Cincinnati guests of Miss Mary Lewis Grimes last week Mrs Sam Haselden has returned r TiXi B i I r f 1 PERSONALS I i Fair aunt Mrs RA Burnside arrival oclock D M r grand par were the her f x SUFFERED FOR THREE YEARS SO THAT I COULD NOT WORK lT c- J I K ly the of her and the for a bis in to a from a visit to her parents Mr and Mts Powell Duncan of Nicholasville Mr H II Tye a prominent Williamsburg was here on profession al business this week Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor is yjsiting her son Mr Letcher Owsley of She will also visit the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs W C Price Mr and Mrs R G Price of Danville visited Mrs Susan Price and Mrs Martha Frisbie Sunday Mr W K Shugars wife and son W of Salvisa are guests of the fami of Mr William Shugars at the New Mason Hotel Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin Mar greet and Joan Mount have returned from a pleasant visit of two weeks at St Louis Fair Mrs Virge D Smith and son Pork Louisville and Miss Susie erts of Danville were guests of Mrs D M Lackey Tuesday Miss Mary Forman who has been visiting relatives In Cincinnati In dianoplis and Lexington is again with aunt Mrs Joe Falconer Mr Brent Metcalfe and sister of Lexington and Miss Eastland of lIar rojsburg were visitors of Miss Mary Landram Burnside this week Dr Lewis McMurtry of Louisville Mr W C Price of are expected tomorrow Friday to visit latters mother Mrs Susan Price We are indebted to Mrs Sallie Fox a basket of the largest and most delicious apples of the season They will make the kind of pie that suits the printing oJlice Mr Wood G Dunlap of Lexington- was here Sunday the guest of Judge and Mrs R A Burnsido He is making speeches over the state under the republican campaign Mr Jno L Anderson of the Treasury Department Washington is here for few weeks vacation Since his last visit here he has spent in the Pbillipine Islands the circle around the globe on return Uft Mamie Henry Noland why has been visiting her parents Mr Solon Henry and wifereturnded to her home Eldorado Ark She was by her cousin Miss Florence Harris who will make a visit of months Miss Bettie Broaddus of who has been visiting her uncle Jas Walker of Hartford City Ind has accepted a position at that place in Weilers Bros big department Miss Broaddus is wellknown here ber of times Miss Theo Hempbill is schools in the nation for young ladies to continue in school is very She Is already highly cul tured and her womanly demeanor and social disposition have endeared lice the people generally both old and young The Records predicts for her a brilliant career Many of our people remember Ows ley Ray the young telegraph operator Owsley left here some time ago the report was circulated that be was deid The following from the Con msrcial Telegraphers Journal shows Snakes to be hale and hearty 0 veston Texas has been appointed night telegrapher by the Associated Press at Little Rock Ark vice OC Morgan resigned Bob Henry who before the fever struck him was chief cook and bottle washer in this office still pas printers Ink on his hands and says he will returnto the case Hes yard wide and all wool at thing to be done in a printing office b 8 and id a Illinois director committee sometime completing accompanied several GRoss WashIng attendIngcom- mendable DallasII Someday sop lawyer D1cR Danville Kirksvl lie S progress wea tern of tore ii at ly is Jab Is always open for nitn heft lie returned to Arkansas Tuesday jjere he is a large crop otr ton Quite different from type but a man has in a country printing office is soon quaJifi ed to raise any tbing from cotton to hales The Junior class at Graded School will give a reception to the Seniors on evening of Oct 31 Halloween Mr Virgil Layton and Miss Deft Ray drove to Danville Tuesday and were married They were accompanied by Mr Henry Arnold and Miss Ida Ray Both are prominent young people of this county and have friends who extend The Danville News says Mr Wm Noel of that city and Miss Pearl of Knoxville were married at the home of bride today and will returriil ianTille in a few days The groom was raised in Lancasterand has a host of friends here He is a son of Attorney H T Noel and is with the Kentucky Supply Co in Danville Garrard county Is to lose another of most prominent and upright citi as the follovring from the Journal will show Mr H D Al Bridge of Garrard brother of Mr S Hughes Aldridge our expert tinner and plumberhas bought for 1700 cash the A T Traylor cottage on East Man street It is now occupied by Mrs Davidson but Mr Aldridge will get possession Dec 1st A writer in the Richmond Register speaking of the prominent older of that city has the following in regard to one of the best most noble hearted and truest gentlemen in Kentucky lion Jas W Caperton one of the best preserved men in appearance in the county Though some eight decades of years old he has the appearance of a man not exceeding three score years Call on R L Underwood for your for all country produce Do not forget that good cellery at 1021tf Joe Faulconers Mr T R Gilbert of the Jefferson Cloak Co will be with us on Tuesday Oct 25 with a full line of Cloaks Furs and Skirts Will take measures Jake Joseph Best Paper For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal Is far ahead of thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in favor day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the published lowest price call and see her NINA Our district school has been for two weeks on account of dyphtheria Mr E G Creech and family of Hi attsvile were visiting at S W Creech last Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Jones of Buckeye was here last week visiting the fami of Morris Ross Prof J W Moore and family of visited the family dot Mr Dock Lee last Saturday and Sunday Prof Nichols and wife have been visiting their parents and relatives at Woodstock Pulaski county for days Simpson and Jackson have a nice assortment of dry goods and groceries which they sell cheap All kind of produce taken in exchange for goods I Our clever post master J T Jackson with his family visited his parents at Bryantsville and other relatives at Bourne last Sauturday until Monday Next Saturday and Sunday the 4th Bro Pikes regular appointment at Freedom every member Is earnestly requestod to be present important business to attend to Mr Farris L Moore who left his home here when about 16 years old and has seen much of the world his absence of 14 years was here last week to see relatives and friends Every body of course was glad to see him lIe has made a floe looking and very important man SPAINEY Mr Levi Elam is very sick Misses Susie and Eva Merriman spent Sunday with home foks Mr and Mrs John Dudderar a number of friends Sunday A little boy arrived to be a visitor at Mr Robbins the 10th Madame Rumor it that therewill be a wedding in the near future at this place A post office has been established atSpainey with Miss Mollie Spainhower as postmaster Misses Maud Spainhower Sallie and Osie Dudderar will give their schools a chestnut bunt Saturday Mr and Mrs W H Farr are rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl Mon smile Setter Tli a Pill The question has been In what way are Stomach Liver Tablets superior to the or dlnary cathartic and Liver pills Our answer Is They easier and pleasant to take and their effect Is so gentle and so agreeable that one bard ly realizes that itxls produced by a medicine Then they not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and aid the digestion For sale at 25c per bottle bf Frtabies Store 1m r d is r l I w1iiJ who work the afternoon many Dyer her z ns Stanford citizens Central R L pays cash for country produce 1021tf Dont forget R L Underwood you need fresh and fancy groceries 10 groceries as be pays cash 10 21tf every 10 dismissed I Baldwin several during entertained permanent nicelyI I spin d well wlsh the connect Underwood w 21 t paper 21t has Chamberlains and are Drug a ben f d more i ot ery and free ber feel a T Two Pram Death Uitle daughter bad an almost Attack of whooping cough and bro foitis writes Mrs W K Armonk N Y but when oth er failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our neice who had consumption in an stage also used this wonderful well Desperate throat and lung yield to Dr Kings New Discov as to no other medicine objearth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c 100 bottles guaranteed by Mc Roberts Drug Store Trial bottle 1m A good nature is not always a good character Confeaatonn or m Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a nun of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and that I am 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 Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts Only 50c 1m w Where faith goes out soul famine comes in 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 percus clan caps or by rusty nails and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most poison known These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as the Injury is received Pain Balm is an antisep tic and causes cuts bruises and like injuries tQ heal without maturation and in one third the time by the usual treatment It is for sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Message to Fraternal Orders Interesting Few Irons Cincinnati With Local Corllruiutlou In The thousands of members of fraternal bodies in this State will be interested in the following message from John Theobald a prominent Forester who lives at 1 1 1 1 York Street Cincinnati Mr Theobald writes For five years I stomach troubles having all the distress and misery that afflicts dyspeptics I could not enjoy eating thinking pf the suffering that would follow My food did not digest and I took all kinds of I found nothing to help me untill I used Thanks to this remarkable remedy I am now cured man and believe that it made a permanent and complete cure 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 Theobalds statement that he will give their personal guarantee with box they sell to refund the money if it does not cure Physicans Good Luck Fortunate Experience of Special Interest to inaiiy In Lancaster The happiest man in New todayand one who is receiving congatulations from his friends is Dr Philip Z Hart of Laconia N H Although he resorted to scientific treatment and consulted many of his brother physiciansDr Hart finally said I might just as well have thrown my money in the river for I grew worse snd worse My wife and I will Hyomei cured roe of the worst case of catarrh that ever existed lused to coujrh constantly at night and had a dropping in the throat which kept ine awake a great deal thick phlegm and was in a ponditioji However I am entirely cured solely through the use of Hyomei IR E 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 if dqes it not give quick relief Gods design promises us more than our desires Good cheer puts loves gifts intp caskets of gold A ore letter Would not Interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Sums or Piles Otto both of Ponder Mo I suffered an ugly sore for a year hut aborof Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me on earth 25c at Me Roberts Drug 1m r I y I Q fat al advanced medicine and today she Is diseases e Bitters plentifully virulent as soon Lancaster sufferedwith although medicines R E 1r Dr Hart England swear d y pI J writes to t Hav Ian remedies perfectly required biro nn ery theta that horrible IvlcRob mov e p the best Salve Store k L vx d test errs wiry Its 11 UH Kodol case to C K 73 the W N a 94 Of w w to ty 4 C 6 Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAKD CIUCUIT CounTChas C Fox Uuardiau c TJUs vs Leslie L Jeukinc DoftsBy virtue of a judgment of tile rard Circuit Court rendered at August term 1904 iu the above styled I will on MONDAY OCT 24 1004 publicly in front of the house Kysellfollowing described laud in Garrard county Ky First Tract Tlie undivided three eights interest in remainder subject the life estate or couitesy rights of M Jenkins therein in aria to the undivided of and to that certain tract of laud described as lows Beginning at a sugar tree at A on Buforas Old line thence north 85 97 poles to a stone in a drain thence down the same with its meanders s E 29 poles s 84 K 24 poles s 52 K 22 poles s 49 K 20 poles s 03 K 44 poles to a stone in a Hat thence continuing down branch N 86 K poles to a stone thence K 31 K 5 poles to a beech thence N 7J AV 12 poles to a sugar stump in a shed thence N 35 w 34 poles to a sugar tree thence N 20 17 poles to a stone thence N poles to a stone thence xvr 11 poles to a stone thence N 50 w 10 CO poles to a beech stump thence 59 v 23 poles to an elm stump thence N Sit w 40 poles to a stone on the Buford line thence with said line U poles to a stone thence N 711 w 43 poles to a stake in the forks of a branch thence x 34 42 00 poles to stake thence 53 w G poles to a beech on the side of the thence N CO Ar 32 GO poles to a stone between sugar tree and elm pointers thence poles to a black walnut an old thence 148J poles to the containing 235 acres 1 rood and 33 poles saving and excepting however the above boundary a small strip of land supposed to con fairs about 1 acres along the drain that borders on the Middleton farm that has been contracted to G B Dunn to enable him to secure his fence out said drain Second Tract The undivided three eighths interest in remainder subject the life estate or right of C U Jenkin in the following tractofland Beginning at a sugar tree corner to Colby Jenkins thence a new Jine s 80 80 poles to a stake in Adams line thence with said line N 2 w 43i poles an oak in the 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 42 3 10 poles to the beginning and containing 21 acres 1 rood and 26 Third Tract Also the undivided 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 point in the middle ot the Dan and Nicholasville Turnpike Road corner to Ford thence leaving said pike and with said 69 E 540 poles to a stake N 85 E 5 poles to a stake s 84 E 28 poles to a 82 E 11 poles to a stake N 89J E 32 00 to a corner to W J Hogan thence his line s 2 AV 64 poles to a stake corner to same and in line to Jeff Dunn thence with said Dunn 80J poles to a stake corner to same thence s 1 w 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 89 w8G poles to a point in the middle of the Danville Lancaster and Nicholasville Turnpike Road thence with the of same s 38f AV 22 40 poles to a point in the middle of same at the intersection of the Fishers Ford county road thence with the middle of said county road N 80 w CO 80 poles to a stake in the middle of same corner to Martha J Smith thence line to same N 4 E 62 64 poles to a stake a new corner to same thence another new line s 86 s104 poles to the middle of the aforesaid turnpike road a new corner to same thence with the middle and meanders of said pike- N 381 E 19 60 poles E 34 poles N 32E passing said Martha J Smiths corner the dower at 30 poles in all poles to the beginning containing 90 acres Fourth Tract AlsQ two pass ways in connection with and as appurta nent to the first and second tracts above described which passways are as follows feet wide running from the second tract above describe to the coun road beginning at a popular stump on line of J H Dunn ou north side Lamb tract sixteen feet in width and running to and connecting the following containing about onehalf acre Beginning at B a sake marked on the Adams plot thence with the line of David Floyd s 4 E 184 poles to the middle of the thence with the same sixteen feet to a stake thence N w 184 poles to the dividing line of Adams and thence with said 83JE16 feet ning containing one acre and eighteen poles The said first passway adjoins the land conveyed to Jenkins and Anna M Jenkins in April 1873 and connects with said last named passway and said last named passway runs on the Woodyard farms intersecting the road running by George Burdetts and the abovenamed is three eignths In 4 I the life estate of the said M Jenkins and are to be used as ap purtenent to and 2n connection with said tracts 1 and 2 above described TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months with good se curlty will be required of the purchaser for the money to the undersigned bearing 6 interest from of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment which execution may it bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on property sold M Master ComrGarrard Circuit Court Fox Jackson Attys fur Plat 1 Gt0j 441 said rtfay mij court tracts of t tree t 4 w 21 SHE w w corner SHE beginning to to forgot SUE three eights Fords anew x 35 bounded A passway sixteen first tract above described along I D F line s to the begln Interest to be sold in said undivided interest remainder sUbject or percent until purchase money ROTHWELL Oct 71904 FAVORITE REStRIPTI FeR WEAK WEN l G seven moths staked roads anew ith pass L pass cu test bonds i t SIIERCE tea ways e M DYSPEPSIA CURE 4 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe centsPREPAREDE C DeWrrT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLFor sale by R McROBERTS Lancaster Sy t 3100 my of the of ter ly R of I to J c For Sale The stock of hardware assigned by K F Postle is will sell in a lump a great for someone attorney W I Williams Ky J E Robinson assignee of Postle 830tf Notice All persons indebted to the estateK F Postle assigned are iiotilied to settle forthwith attorney W I Williams Lancasteor with KF Postle who will found at the storeroom in Lancasterwhere he conducted his hardware business Please be sure to give this immediate attentionAll persons having claims against estate of F Postle assigned of Lancaster Ky are notitied that 1 will sit in my office in Lancas Garrard Kentucky fromMonday October 24 1004 to Saturday November 5 1904 of bothdays fur the purpose of receivingclaims against the estate of F Pos tie assigned 0 30 J E Robinson assignee Good For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives instant relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass im mediately into to the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble It draws out the infliimation heals soothes and cures permanent- a by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaining ox ygen ta the blood and tissues Sola by McRoberts lm Can You Kat J B Taylor a prominent merchant Chriesman Tex says I could not eat because of a weak stomata I lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do done but all hopes of van shed Hearing of wonderful u res effected by Kodol concluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usuul health Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Pin Pleasure If you ever took De Witts Early Risers for billiousness or pation you know what pill pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile unpleasant They do not gripe sicken or weaken but pleasantly give tone and strength the tissues anti organs of the ach liver and bowels Sold by R E McRoberts 1m One Ol II 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 De Witts Witch Hazel Salve TIns 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 De Witts 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 Notice to Creditors Garrard Circuit Court Lemon Teater Guardian c Plffs CreditorsHenryto order of the Garrard CircuitCourt rendered at its regular August term 1904 all creditors are hereby notified to present their claims Properly proven against the estate of W N Carter deceased to me on or be fore October 29 1904 at my office in Lancaster Ky and all creditors are further notified that on October 28 and 29 1904 I will hold daily sittings at my ollice in Lancaster Ky to hear proof on claims against said W N Carters deceased estate This Sept 14J904 M Rothwell Master Commissioner 9 16 7t Garrard Circuit Court Laziness always lays the blame on luck M Broke Into III House S Le Quinn of Cavendish Yt was robbed of his customary health by of Chronic Constipation When 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 lin No fishing in Dix river yet No water many Stockers of a Like Opinion Mrs Pilmer of Cordova Iowa says One of my children was subject to of a type atid the giving ways brought relief Many mothers m this neighborhood think the same do about this remedy and want no other kind for children For able by Frisbies Drug Store 1m It you cant say something good of a man keep your head closed You can have your money earn interest for you while you sleep by depositing the provident Sav Trust Co at Cincinnati They pay interest on deposits January and July Send for little booklet Banking by mall It will be sent you free of charge on application J c s n I tome for sle chance businessLancas- ter l F matter your E e without producing e I invasion guaranteed e I of Cough Remedy al asI their I I a I ingsBank I I V e I I hereu with in b I coun y is recovery some Lilt colts effect atom Hiany ascot C Chamberlains with tOhio every their ic ti i rss I I I I COUCHMm CURE THE LUNCS WITH IiJrD New Discovery PAp G tirTF1E lA a 9 r FOR CONSUMPTION It and If wor will 24 line best no Surest and Quickest Cure for Cures and B2ad der Diseases in Every Form Masay People Have Kidney end Do Pot Know It HOW TO FIND OUT 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 you may have symptons of heart trouble stomach and liver trouble other ailments which are all owing to the kidneys being weak and out of order you are sick Foleys Kidney Cure will strengthen and build up out tissues of the kidneys so they act properly and the symptons of weakness heart stomach and liver trouble will disappear and you will be restored to perfect health HOW TO FIND OUT You can easily determine if your are out of order by setting aside for hours a bottle of the urine passed upon arising If upon examination it is cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sed or small particles float scout in it your kidneys are diseased and Foleys Kidney Cure should b taken at once Foleys Kidney Cure is pleasant to take and acts directly upon the parts affected and you begin to feel better at onceIt slight disorders in a few days and it has cured many obstinate cases after other treatment had failed Doctors Said Ho Would Not Live Peter Frey of Woodruff Pa writes After for two years with the physicians in Waynesburg and still ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and immediately shot son to the store after taking three bottles I be gan to get and continued to im prove until I was entirely well Two Sizes 60o and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY H F Hillenmeyer Son mine Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Offer for the Fall of 1004 a full stock Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines Asparagus and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application all- Y IIDNEY CURE ands 1 kidneys e itIII For sale by C C J E Stormes F TROUBLES tyS a61 d then nt r 4 Get the Habit Take Life Plant and Get Well Price 50c100Frco Trial Medical history does not record a discovery that v 11 equal the merits LIFE PLANT for the cure of Rheumatism Catarrh aqd all Blood Diieaiex Its action is quick thorough and permanent It the blood inates the poisonous germ that ere ates makes new rich pure blood and disease cannot exist where the blood is pure Our guarantee it No Cure No Pay therefore there is no reason for yon to suffer longer Hn Susan Lewton of Mnlvtrn writes I bad rheumatism for one year and a of the wax to bad I could scarcely walk My ankleso a great deal of time I could scarcely get on my shoe limbs vreie I suffered contin ually I tried a great many remedies but unable to get until I tried LIFE PLANT 1 took tour bottles andwas entirely oared It Is a great remedyv Life Plant is Manufactured only by THE LIFE PLANT CO CANTON OHIO McRoberts Drugstore 0 war a d t 1 7 t x f r 3 Call and see us before buy ing your and WINTER GOODS- We have the goods and will make the PRICES RIGHT PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Kentucky Great Millinery Display We extend a most cordial invitation to the ladies call and inspect our pretty Millinery which beyond any doubt is the Nobbiest Prettiest Swellest EVER BROUGHT TO LANCASTER PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS DR N OSTEOPATH OPHTHALMOLOGIST- All chronic diseases treatedGlasses scientifically fitted MASON HOTEL TUESDAY THURSDAY f 0 j fY y 0 f 6 f IIi FALL II1JK 1 III I I t J F LEAR SLAVI J I I s f L mmmmmmmmmmmmnrnrmmmmmmmmmmm JIUUWl1U111UUt11UUUfW11W11UUJI1U11WJ11UUUUlU111 0e 0 SATURDAY- mooomoe somo o 6 b I Wmllcrndon G B Swiocbroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky over Stormes drug store DOMESTIC f l I 1 i Office Better Than Ever The Star That Leads Them AH The sewing machine for the home to be used bv mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N J Kindly mention this paper ii B Stands for Bread and very good bread ifthe bread is bought at Currey I J I Oavi sons FOXPHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTEREVERY FRIDAY THE i Our stocks are complete in both C Standard sorts besides new vane of superior merit all carefully recleaned and of finest quality Our Fall Catalogue gives information of Seed Wheat Winter Turf Oats Rape 1000 Headed Kale Barley Rye Alfalfa Gras and Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Mailed Free Write today lor Catabf Ho 55 The finest quality Seeds are always Blue Ribbon Seeds WOOD STUMS CO Se UWUVIUJE HOT l I I The Finest Largest Yiellliag Varieties from Crops el 35 to 49 Bushels Per Acre ties Bold our lined t aad ark e rBargains in r BUGGY ROBES and Heating Stoves A i I i American Fence t s f i t t ft t I Get our prices on LISIN Swb TILE CENTRAL RECORD SUPPLEMENT Lancaster Ky Oct 21 igo4 MARKSBDKY W P Tuggle sold a bunch if fat hogs to C A Arnold at 5c Mr Joe Tuggle returned home last week from a two weeks visit to the ExpositionMrs Philips and daughterMiss Annie of Stanford were guests last week of Mr John Simpson and family The Ladies Working was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs Will Pettus at Bryantsville Rev Martin of Sbepherdsville four interesting at the Fork church Saturday and Sun dayMadams T I Herring and V M Rice and daughter entertained Fri day by Mrs Mary Rice near Dan yule Miss Jennie Pollard accompanied by Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis vis ited relatives at Houstonville last weekMessrs Waller Greening of Lexing ton and George Alford of Hustonville were guests Sunday of Mr David SwopeMadams J C Boner and Robt Hum phreys and little daughter Margue rite of Boyle county with rela lives here Miss Ruth Durham and Miss Lucas and brother of Crab Orchard were entertained Saturday and Sunday by Mils Carrie Durham T 1 Herring sold some corn to Bit Allen at 2 per barrel at the heap N H Bogle purchased some of Thomps Pollard at the same price We failed to mention in our last let ter that John Woods had deliver ep 500 bales of mixed hay to Reid Cotton for which he received 81250 per ton The drouth still continues water is very scarce Fox has one of the best springs any where it not only supplies water for her own use but she is so kind as to share with a number of neighbors We received a copy of the Smiths Grove Times which extended to our former pastor Rev Stallings a cordial welcome That he had taken charge of his pastorial work and de livered two excellent doctrinal on Sunday to large and audiences BRYANTSVILLE Pettus Bros for hats and caps 1021tf Miss Katie Patton is in St Louis this week Mr R H Pettus is taking in the sights at St Louis this week Clint Moore who has been quite sick is reported some better Mr Jeff Dunn and Jas Turner were in Lexington the first of the week When you need hosiery buy lie Black Cat at Pettus Bros 10 21tf Miss Mittie Dunn and Eliza Ison were shopping in Danville Saturday We are glad to see Mr Eugene Berk ele out again after a spell of typhoid feverMiss Daisy Collier and Anna Hill are the pleasant guests of Tayloi BurdettMr H Dudley of Lexington on one of Bryantsviiles yisiti rg this week Mrs Josie Boner from Camp Nelson is moving there and will a that class boarding house Mr R D Ballard will leave in a days for Martinsvllle Ind to take a friend who has the rheumatism Mrs Walton Romans of Decatur Ill was the guest of Mr and Mrs Eason the first of the week Mr Will Glass and wife Huston Ballard and wife Mr Will Smith and Bryan Ballard took Chattanooga this week Mrs Sadie Leavell bought 100 acres of land from Dr Montgomery at 9854 per acre It is a part of the old Camp Dick Robinson farm When you go to buy your winter shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their stock can suit you 1021tf The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round trip tickets to California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good until Oct23rd Also low one colonist rates to California the worth west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf To The fcADIES We have now opened and displayed our st ockof Fall Millinery and take great pleasure in calling your attention to the great display of Tie Prettiest Millinery We have correct styles and shapes and our PRICES THE MOST REASONABLE Come see us Je 1 y J Society delivered Saturday stock Sallle Ito her WM sermons open fe n- In way and y f It It Sail Till et fi r r i t f Y nice dIscourses were were bid Mrs appreciative Mrs called Cyrus ca returning l t j- M 4vy a ftftsincs andBargains settle your accounts Beazley Faris White corn I or sale at Marks bury oats tor sale at Marksbury Son We have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury 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 JM Logan 10726 f We take pride in our roasted Coffeef Glye them a W H Ward 2t A safe family horse suitable for women and children to drive 826tf J C Hemphill Fine Onroe Jersy Boar I will stand him for the season 1904 tor aiOO Money due when service rendered Joe F Price 9 2 8t I The Danville Steam Laundry wash everything but the baby I 25tf Smith Currey Agts Our Cigars cant be beat the latest and best brands at Wards Grocery 2t Hyacinths Tulips and bulbs have arrived from Holland will sell y 30 Thompson Paint Paint Paint 6 We handle every thing in varnishes and can give you 9 9 Frisbies Drug Why buy readymade clothing that get out of shapeand buttons come off when you can have a suit made to your measure for 1000 J C Hemp hill 930tf About 400 barrels of corn to be pull ed in the field one mile from town Apply to W H Ward Lancaster 2t See the handsome wrist bags and Worlds Fair bags at Miss Ada Dick ersons Marvel Millinery store o7tt FOP Exchange Car load Oak Fencing for Hay or Corn Copper Creek Lumber Cumpa ny Brodhead Ky 1072t Our China must go in order to make fur Xmas goods Come early 2t W II Ward We have the nicest ofFountain Syringes Bulb Syringe Hotwater Bottles ever shown 99 Drug Store Window Glass Let us sell you what window glass you will need before eola weather comes Our prices are right 9 9 Store Lost Watch Ladys gold watch lost between Lancaster ana Her rings school house Return to Judge Fords office and reward Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kindsof fine seeds for sale Dont for to see us before buying Marksbury Son Sacks SacHS 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 town and worth from 20000 to 30 000 per acre seeds and roots at 6 year old J C Thompson 10 7 91000 Suit FOE All 1 have arrangements by which Ican make you a suit to your individual measure for 1000 Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill Lost Sunday October 2 a bay mare Tender in her front feet and was between the ages of 9 and 10 Reliber al reward for information- D W Dunn Atoka Boyle County Notice We are still In the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the best 715 tf J T Williams Sons Clearance Sale on Box Paper We have about 50 boxes of nice sta tionery where the boxes are slightly soiled but paper Is in perfect Condi tion that we will close out at less than cost All 50c boxes go fur 25c and 25c ones go for 15c They will not last long at the price Come early 99 Frisbies Drug Store Notice to Taxpayers I am now ready to collect taxes and you will save money by calling and settling before the penalty is added which be done in a few days Please 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