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THE CENTRAL RECORDFIFTEENTH TXAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28 1904 r XVSBIB32 w r s 3 Q I Em INSURES r Uealth IITo keep your cistern p birds nests Iili m bugs and Il trash of all kinds use Im Ha Pure Water IJ free from leaves I seldou Filter I IHASB 1 VI Sw R Put pknty of sage and red pepper in the sausage The Somerset Journal says Look pleased Dont Many of our country people are re joicing over the pruspect of the Rural Free Delivery It will be a great con venience Get the scent of the mothball out of your old last winters flinnel before going to church Your neighbor will love you more Like bad money the old faded last winters overcoat has to return so with the newspaper fra ternlty BryanJsviHe lode has decided t meet on Hist and inird londay night and extends an invitation to all Ma sons in good standing to visit them The Ladles Aid Sciev will meet with Mrs W T West Saturday after noon at 2 oclock instead of 230 and The in quested to say that full attendance is desired Rev C M Cliutnbley who is one ol the best gardeners in town has our banks fur a lot of the finest swet potatoes we have seen His garden which by the way was raised by his o vn labor was considered about the in town The largest jumper taken from Dix river was caught by our old friend Henry Burdett who was kind enough to bring him to ye editor Henry ih one of the few fishermen who catches his fish out of the river instead of around a store stove Take a look at the amount of job or display type in this issue and you will have some idea of the styles and assortment we have This type is not used in printing stationery such as letter heads envelopes pamphlets etc for thenewspaper We have many cases of the other so send us an order for work Court Day A large crowd came in Monday and business with the merchan was than usual The dry goods and clothing men report an exceptionally good days sales The farmers told of great damage and loss from the con tinued drouth which has not ony played havoc with farm work but completely demoralized the stock bus iness Lack of interest in the ap preaching election was very noticea ble and only those who had nothing else to do discussed politics A consid erable amount of booze was in but there was no disorder to amount to any thing worrywork esp clal1y Uecol d r butonly better best evidence Pollertlcks warmed up a little Monday and those who had nothibg else to do engaged In lively discussions The local telephone contin ues to grow and we are now getting out a new card of names which con talus many new ones As Mr Chumbley will be engaged in a meeting near Lebanon there will be no preaching at the Presbyterjan church Sunday J J Walker bought of Dr Beazley the latters cozy residence on street Price 2800 Mr Walker will move into the property as soon as Dr Beazlev leaves which will be in a few weeks Supper at Fork The Ladles Working Society of the Fork church will serve supper at the Parsonage this Friday evening and the public is cordially invited Pro ceeds for benefit of the church The ladles in this section of Garrard have i wide reputation for the splendid uppers they serve and a treat is in torefor those who attend Full sup will be served for the small sum of 35 cents A Regretable Error In our of Bryantsville last issue in some unaccountable manner the name of Bros dealers in general merchandise undertakers etc was omitted from the list of They have one of the largest stocks of goods there and we regret the error In making the list theirs was written at head of the list but the it Rural Routes The new Rural Routes will be out of Lancaster on Tuesday Nov 1st George Smith will be carrier on route No 1 which goes out the Rich mond pike to Lowell thence over the Gillispie pike to the Kirksville pike and back to Lancaster via the Kirks yule pike W E Walker will be on route No 2 which goes out the New Danville pike to Hedgville thence to the Robinson lane thence to the Rush Branch pike to the intersection of the latter and the Stanford pike and to Lancaster over the Lancaster and Stanford pike All mail for patrons of route No 1 should be addressed to them R F D No 1 Lancaster and for patrons of route No 2 RFD No 2 Lancaster On Wednesday morning between residence of John M Duncan and Stormes drug store pair of spectacles Return to this office and receive lfc Lexington Dickerson merchants printer overlooked started carrier Lost the steel frame system her write up Our New Stock Of FALL and WINTER Clothing Overcoats Call now before the stock is pick ed 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 rii 11II- II III tlI III Shoes J S Lk II N I f I I II IH NOW SNI 11A wMMAnVNMrniI3 L Called to Fork Church The Rev S P Martin of Shepherds ville has accepted the call as pastor of the Fork church and will take charge as such January Lat He preached there recently and the con gregation was delighted with He will preach next Sunday at and Will Build New House Another old land mark now is the old Eason property on Richmond street opposite Baptist ehurch Mr C D Powell one of our most enterprising and progressive merchants bought the property of the Eason heirs through Judge M D Hughes the real estate man Price 1000 Mr Powell will immediately tear away the old eye sore and erect a handsome dwelling and business house Republican Speaking Hon WardB Sherman of Chicago spoke at the court house Tuesday af ternoon to a attentive audience Mr Sherman is one of the best speak ers the republican have on the stump and is well posted on the affairs of He dwelt at length upon the tariff and praised the administration of President Roosevelt in strongest terms lie predicted an overwhelm ing victory for the republican ticket Another Big Ballot The official ballots which office is now printing and binding are al most as large as a bed quilt There are six rows of electors thirteen names of each while at the bottom of the first two are names of candidates for Appelate Judge and Congressman of prohibition electors is name of candidate for congress but none for Judge The other three Peoples Par ty Socialist and Socialist Laboronly contain names o the thirteen A Plea for Country Life Many a farmer who has retired and settled in some village town or winding up his in homesickness and isolation He finds the city a closed book so companion ship and pleasant living are concerned and most cases the retired farmers are downright unhappy in their new sur roundings For good old hospitality commend us to the country with its plain living on the salt of the earth Midland Farmer Painful Accident The many friends or Mrs Susan An derson were distressed to hear of the painful and serious accident to which she happened Thursday night Some time during the night she arose from the bed and in the darkness lost her balance and fell dislocating one shoul der and breaking a small bone The pain has been intense Ow log to her advanced age the accident is more serious though the physclans think she will soon be well Aunt Susan is a great favorite with all the people who deeply regret her mis fortune Origin of the Negro An American negro now In London writesa correspondent gives acurious description of the origin of the color ed race He does not think that Adam and Eve were whites Indeed all had dark skins until Abraham jumped into a pool of one day The darkness of bis skin was re moved by a miracle and he emerged a white man Others near him followed his example with results until the water gradually became brown The people who then bathed became what known now as Japanese and Chinese Some lazy niggers were then about to jump into the water when Abraham ordered the caravan to move on and to this day they have remain ed black A Citizen of Right Type In giving the home printing office the job of making the ballots for the approaching election County Clerk J A Doty shows that he is a citizen who believes in patronizing home and spending money with peo pie who will keep it here Every cent paid for this work goes to people who will spend it here and back to the tax payers who paid it into the county treasury Mr Doty has never ordered anything from the city which could be gotten here at toe same price Fact of the matter Record has done this work even cheaper than what has heretofore been paid to city firms If same spirit of buying from home merchants was practiced by all Gar rard county people our county would he in much bettor shape in mercantile affairs Mr Doty Is not only a good citizen but one of the best clerks the county ever had 11 a m p m dIsap- pearing today electors people clearwater similar InstItu- tIons him 7 very this Afoot city days far there- In are is The this t s DRLouis McMuaiay OFI vuL J LOUIS f rt4au Additional Personals Miss Martin is visiting Misses Ma ry Martha Gill Mrs Ida Sinclair of New Orleans is the guest of Mrs Ophelia Dunn Mesdames Ida Sinclair and Dunn were visitors in Danville Tues dayMrs A D Ford and little daughter Elizabeth are visiting relatives in Jessamine Mrs J H Hurt has returned from a two weeks visit to Lexington Nlcho ville and Danville DrG C Farris has returned from a pleasant visit to Lexington Law renceburg and Cincinnati Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington is expected this week visit to her friend Mrs Banks Hudson Mr Robert West and sisters Misses Fannie and Bettie West have return ed from a visit to Lexington Misses Gill and Miss Grace Kinnaird will entertain Monday evening in hon or of Misses Drew and Martin Misses Fannie and Janie Doty have returned from a visit to their sister Mrs Annie Doty of Millersburg Misses Bettie West Kate and Lil lian Kinnaird and Mr Robert West are in St Louis attending the Fair The Louisville has quite an elaborate notice of the wed ding arrangements of Miss Christine Bradley to Dr South of Frankfort which is very interesting as she is a Lancaster girl and one of the few who has officiated at the christening of a United States battleship besides one of Kentuckys most charming girlsOneof the most brilliant weddings of the season and one which will in terest Kentuckians as well as Louis villians will be solemnized next Wed nesday evening 2 when Miss Christine Duncan Bradley and Dr Jno South of Frankfort will be married The ceremony will take place at nine oclock in the evening at the home of the brides parents ex Governor and Mrs Wm 0 Bradley 1706 Fourth nue The officiating clergyman will be the Rev Dr J McCluskey Blayney of Frankfort The ceremony will be performed in one corner of the parlor and the floral arrangements will be most artistic and beautiful The cor ner will be banked with palms ferns and other growing plants to the and the green will be relieved by tall individual candlesticks support log while candles which will be ar ranged in pyramid fashion There will be two aisles leading to the altar arranged from the doors leading from the dining room on one side and from those into the ball on the other The walls of the room which will be lined paschal candlesticks of brass fill ed white candles will form the far side of each aisle and the inner side will be made of garlands of smilax studded with electric bulbs festooned from newel posts which will in turn be decorated with large bunches of yellow and pink roses tied with fluffy white tulle bows The entire house will be decorated in yellow and pale pink roses banked on the mantels fastened to the by white tulle bows and secur ed to the paschal candlesticks which will line the walls of the parlor All the rooms will be similarly decorated except the ball which will be in American Beauties The banisters will be garlanded in smilax caught at intervals with clusters of American Beauties tied with white tulle bows The brides table which will be round will have an Immense fiat mound of yellow and pink roses in the center and the service will be of gold with gold candelabra filled with yellow can dies and yellow rose shades placed on either side of the center piece There will be fourteen at that table including Miss Bradley and Dr South the bridal party and the following Dr and Mrs Wm Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Ga Mr Walter C Hay of Frankfort Whittemore of Frankfort Mr Hugh Rodman Cleveland Mr A 0 Brand of Louis ville and Mr Fred L Bealteys of New York Wherleys orchestra will play the wedding music Mrs Wm Simpson Elkin of Atlanta Ga the brides aunt will be the ma tron of honor and Mr Polk Laffoon of Frankfort will be the best man The bridesmaids will be Miss Mary Gatewood of Mt Sterling Miss Tevis Carpenter of Stanford Miss Marga ret Tomlinson of Lancaster and Miss Belle South of Frankfort Brad ley will wear a beautiful Princess gown of rose point lace and embrold ered chiffon and will carry white or The matron of honor will be gowned In yellow brocade trimmed in duchess lace and will carry a boquet of pink and yellow roses tied with white tulle The four bridesmaids will be gowned alike in white net taffeta in plaited quillings edged with Valenciennes lace They will wear girdles of and pink ribbon and will carry and pink roses tied with white tulle The wedding will be attended by a large number of guests couple will leave that night for New York and Niagara Falls and will then visit the Exposition in St Louis before going to California They will home after December 1 at the Capital Hotel Frankfort Miss Brad ley give a dinner party on evening November 1 for the gowteat bridal table for a be- Ing NoV ceIl- Ing d- Ing lead- Ing with MrClem of MIss over beat liar k I and Ophelia Courier Journal ave impromptu chandeliers chide trimmed accordion yellow outof town The Tuesday I Tde annual cry Turkey be short is now being neald Homegrown celery for sale Fine 10 28tf J C Thompson I Notice There will be preaching morning at 1045 at Baptist church Pastor Wanted to rent the O W Sbugais residence until Jan 1 1905 Apply C McWhorter or O W Shugars The biggest sale of the season will be that of Cook Kerr advertised in this issue Some of the finest stock in Kentucky will be sold Read the ad Good Speeches Monday Hon Geo G Gilbert democratic candidate for congress and Hon Reed Embry democratic elector spoke to a large crowd at the court house Mon day Mr Gilbert who is one of the best speakers in this section dwelt at length on national affairs and handled the republican party without gloves He has a host of friends in Garrard who are working like Trojans for his reelection That he has made a good congressman no one can dispute His honesty and uprightness have won many friends in the opposing party while his own people will support him to a man It was Mr Embrys first appearance m Lancaster and be made a most favorable impression lIe is splendidly educated of good voice and can handle the questions of the day with the ease and grace of the oldest speakers on the stump He is did young man in every way and has made a lot of friends here who are for him for anything he wants Home Physicians Testify 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 cor rected by glasses He is a graduate of one of the best optical colleges ofXew York City and we do not deemitnec essary for any to go away from home to have glasses adjusted but would advise those in need of glasses to give Mr Morrow a trial next Sun day to- E 10 28 tf asplen I crop will one Dr J B Kinnaird Dr W Burnett Dr J A Amon Dr J M Acton Dr J S Gilbert Dr F M Walker Dr H C Herring The above recommendation from your county physicians speaks for it self Mr Morrow can always be found at McRoberts drug store or he will call at your house and glasses at prices at least 20 percent less than itinerant eye glass venders would charge you satisfaction guaranteed 10 28 tf adjust Cash or Installment We have a large new line ot Furniture Carpets Mattings Bugs 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 toJA Beazley 4 Co Gloats Furs ant Skirts A nice line to select from at prices that will save you money Also a full stock of Blankets Comforts Corduroy Clothing Outing Flannels UnderwearOvercoats Gloves Shoes Etc GIVE us A TRIAL BlJenniis I Hamilton Dunla i Paint Lick L DAVIDSONR Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf For BargainsAttend TheSweeping Now Going The Logan Dry ReductionSale I I On M ro i 1 I JIit i iC 3f 14fi r r H i r yF- I 4 odds r t 03S- t t 1 r- i N r 4 Before making your irijei purchase save money by seeing our elegant line of SKIRTS UNDERWEAR in fact all the Winter outfit you need New Good No Old Stock To Work Of Prices Reasonable Quality the Best Styles Correct I I t 1 kA T J JbLlF j w i t TOVR2ST FOES j- r 7 I the 30SJJEE lIdE CaTzzzE CO BOATS TACKETSElegant I Call and see us before buy ing your f WINTER GOODS- We have the goods and with make the PRICES RIGHT PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Kentucky JIII FALL III IIi I III I I iiiilJ F and DOMESTICI Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper r WmHerndon G B Swlnebroad Herndon Svvinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stonnes drug store FOXPHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAYWhite corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for sale at Marksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury Son I Ir THE it Sr 11 C Electric Electric Ranges are all the go 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 7 r though you give the world a scraping If you want a good range i and the worth of your money buy your wife and Electric rand make your home sunny t Ranges Theyllcook r e I I e 1 II 1 HASELDEN and RiBBINSIIR 1Yn iJ A iJWJ t JlWttf I I f I t c90t s s w a i Ft i fry M I 4r- iwrays i t i y CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Offlcr in Lancaster Kyas SecondClot Nail Matter Lancaster Ky October 28 1904 In his forthcoming annual report the United States Commissioner of Education presents an analysis of the names and biographical data in Whos Who in America This book contains 14453 names of men and women who have achieved some thing or have got credit for power of achievement Counting those over 30 years of age 7700 of the persons have had college training 1027 are high school graduates lOGG had school advantages 278 were hometaught and 24 selftaught The commissioner taking these results and comparing the statistics or finds that a boy with a school education has one chance in and a college graduate 200 chances in 9000 Such figures and analysis are Literally they mean little because they do not make plain what is meant in the word success If a man is not successful until he has been president senator congressman diplomat financier coal baron or the like then the figures might be looked upon as reliable but success is not measured in that way If you accom push what you set out to do whether you aim at the presidency or the jack plane if you live righteous care for your family merit the respect of your neighbors and do well that which falls to your lot you are a success It is unfair to measure the success of wholly by the highest marks of civilization Education should be pursued to the limit There is no doubt about its value but there are thousands on thousands of successful men and worn en in every section of the country who never saw the Inside of a college hall It is not true that success depends up on education but true that is a potent factor in the accom plishment of large successes One day last week a Chicago boy of 19murmuring I am always in the way took a dose of poison and was dead before relief could be offefed His parents greatly shocked andgriev ed averred that they knew of no why he should take his life When they come to think of his last words their eyes may be opened No one especially a young person commits suicide without a cause real or fancied The boys family may not have realized that they were making him and unhappy in his own home no doubt they loved him and were ready to make sacrifices to promote his fur tunes But did he find his home a place Was he allowed its freedom and made to feel welcome in every part of it Or was he constantly bidden not to do this not to do that not to sit in this chair or lie on that couch not to open the window or disturb perfect order in any respect Was he allowed to bring his friends to his home or forbidden to remain in the background while his sisters and their everythingWasleast desirable one in the house fitted up with odds and ends of furniture There are boys who rule both their parents and sisters but there are also boys and many of them who are made that their presence is and that they are of little to their own families No often does one go to the length of suicide but there is not one who is not the the worse for his experience in one way or another all his life With the spellbinders of the parties predicting the other fellow wins the average man is apt to stop and wonder for a minute what the country is coming to But listen dear reader dont forget that after November 8 next this Country will still be the United States the best The electoral college now consists of 476 votes against 447in 1900 This means an increase of 29 votes New York Illinois and Texas each gain votes Minnesota New Jersey and Pennsylvania each two fourteen States gain one each Total vote of the college 476 necessary to a 239 reduced railroad rates and excur filori tickets to all parts country makes it possible for you to your longneglected It also makes itpossible them to It is sometimes a poor rule which works both ways t named common population common 9000 inconclusive mankind leis education reason uncomfortable cheerful unwelcome consequence Various if ever c t2 j f roo per calamity E three c orf the via relatives for vist 4 r the a holes all Lyon The J in as Teachers Association The Teachers Association of Paint magisterial district met at Un Saturday October 22wlth Miss Sallie Dudderar as president exercises began at 10 a m The opening address was given by Mr Wm Cpldiron Miss Merryman and Miss Dudderar furnished an excellent until noon At 12 oclock we were dismissed for dinner Although the weather was very cold the delica sles of the season were served on the grounds and enjoyed by all At 130 we convened Mrs J A Arnold Miss Hallie Arnold and Miss Osle Dudde rar furnished an afternoon program The success of the association wa due to the untiring efforts of the wor thy president Miss Dudderar we feel indebted to Mr Jin and Thomas Hurt for the fine music Maude Spainhower Secy Make A Friend of the Editor Every man in every town during course of a lifetime has to ask a favo of an an exception to thi rule says the Hiwatha Kan Work may escape a doctorkeep clew of the courts but once in a lifetime at least every man has to go to a newspaper to ask to have a certain piece put in i death notice a mar ridge notice etc to have a certain piece kept out or to have his Warn printed in or omitted from some item It is therefore interest to treat the editor fairly He desires to be fair he would rather do the right than the wrong thing but if you give him a kick the dent of it may be found in the top of your own hat and you will never know how it got there Dont think yourself immune dont think that Providence has es pecially favored you Your time will come and when it does come it will be a fine investment if you have a friend in the editors office Mr Wants your husband No he had three Many mother of a 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 brought relief Many mothers this neighborhood think the same I do about this remedy and want no other kind for their children For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Some nice fish have been caught in Dix river lately Confessions of a Priest Rev Jno S Cox of Wake Arkrwrites For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for twelve years If you want a reliable for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m The pumpkin crop has been better than usual Chamberlain 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 neatly but prevents these diseases from resulting in pneumonia It is remedy is given It contains no opium or other harmful substance ana 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 foreign lands as well as at home esteem this remedy very highly and very few willing to take any other after having once used It For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m can be killed tUNbv 15 Even Brer Rabbit is protected tm Cause of Lockjaw Lockjaw or tetanus is caused by a Daclus or germ which exists plenti fully in street dirt It is Inactive so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the akin as in the s 8 n wounds caused percus 8IOI caps or D7 rusty nails when the air is excluded the RermJs roused to activity and produces the most ylru avoided by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm freely as soonas the Is received Pain Balm Is an antisep tic anjTcausefi cuts and like to heal without maturation aad in third the tlnjerequired by usual treatment It te forsale by J Wieg Drpg 1 program although Miss editornot toyour someday NoeDid peacefullyMrs doctorsEx always 11 I number medicine Only SOc ll WhoopIng In 11 No game j and ji t i LickS chool the Amax are kin the maybeinjury braises one the Store a J PAINT LICK Lewis Guynn is out again after a short illness Wm 0 Mays is with his parents Dr N Mays Dr Jones and family have gone to Florida to reside Rev C S Young is attending the Fair at St Louis Miss Ludle Roth well is visiting in Winchester Roger Rucker visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary A Best is visiting rela lives at Ripley Tenn N H Branaman spent Sunday with us parents at Wildie Misses Alma and Mary Lear are vis ting friends in Louisville Miss Sallie B Woods has returned tome after a visit to Chastise Rucker Miss Mary Clark Engleman is the guest of Miss Sallie Adams at Lancas BEDNA VISTA J T Wilson former merchant heie was with friends here last Thursday Miss Mattie Smith of Burgin has been the guest of Miss Sarah Smith Mrs Colton of Virginia who has been the guest of Mrs W T King is visiting now in Pineville Rev Welburn through the kindnats of friends will take in the Louis Exposition leaving Thursday Misses Florence Christopher Alice Scott and Leon Shearer visited friends Mr Geo Compton and daughter of Independence Mo who has been with relatives here left Monday for a brief visit to relatives in Lancaster and RichmondMatthew Johnston and Clarence Preston leave today for Jersey City ill Clarence Lane accompanied them as far as Louisville where he will in services of the street car companyThe accident which has happened In this community for years befell Overton King 17yearold son of Mr and Mrs W T King last evening He was preparing to go coon hunting and the gun was acci dentally discharged tearing a portion of his arm away and piercing his heart He died instantly Overton being a genial sunny disposition easily won friends and was a favorite He had a host of friends who mourn his untimely death A large concourse of people attended the funeral conducted at Mt Olivet by Rev Welburn Many friends extend sym pathy to the griefstricken family A CARD We take this method of expressing our appreciation for tfce many kind acts and comforting words of friends in our recent bereavement W T King and family andMrs relatives er 1 St remain Tuesday of services Saturday I ABEAZLEY Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 UNUEFTAKER o n 0 Great Millinery Display We extend a most cordial invitation to the ladies to inspect our pretty Millinery which beyond any doubt is the Nobbiest EVER BROUGHT TO LANCASTER PARLOR MILLINERY STOREMRS J F LEAR V calland PrettiestSwellest f UUj l JiU UUU Ut u u u u u U U I U U U U U mn mnrmmnrmnrnrnnnnrn nrnrnrnrnrnnnnrm mirnr We are the LEADERS We have the prettiest line of of uptodate styles in in Central Kentucky and we want you to see our LOVELY HATS THE MARVEL MILLINERY STORE Miss Ada Dickerson LADlES HEADWEAR 1 t C A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks Bonds Grain Pro York and Chicago Ollice on to customers trades Guaranteed rOOOOOOOooOOOOOOoooOOOOOOooo 1I I I II I i I IPrivateWires I Building LAll J 000000000 1 To The bADIES We have now opened and displayed our st ockof Fall Millinerya- nd take great pleasure in calling your attention to the great display of Tlie Prettiest Millinery We have correct styles and shapes and our PRICES THE MOST REASONABLE Come see us Sallie f r i D Till e t I I I I Frisbies Drug Store The season for PAINTING is here We are the exclusive agent in Garrard county for RAINBOW PAINT the very best Paint it is possible to make Ifyou have any painting to do come and see us We gurantee every gallon FRISBIES DRUG STORE I r I i i 1 FALL i Winter Buggy RobesI Ie ewe e De Very Cheap Wagon Breeching Wagon Lines Wagon Collars of all kinds Can save you on Buggy Harness I Bridles cheap Back Bands Collar Pads the best 25c SaZ Old Hickory Wagons at a Bargain Buggies Surries Phaetons Roadwagons p PRICES LOW DOWN i- BBBIHB SMBBBHIBI BHI HM HHBMiHHH l B BMi I money i t 1iIsocri ELMOREIiII 9 R a C r t Z r C vT RKiNNAlFD INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile I f ReDrBsentin FollOWlll i of Atna Life Ins Co Df ODl able r air o0r 5 rl 1 The Finest and Largest Yielding Varieties from Crops of 35 to 40 Bushels Per Acre 2 Our stocks are complete in both C standard sorts besides new 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 Grass and Clover Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Mailed Free Write today for Catalog No 55 The finest quality Seeds are always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds WOeD STUBBS CO Seedsmea LOUISVILLE KT ThatSmooth 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 LAUNDRY 51 V Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Message to Fraternal Orders luterrBtlng Fews Irons Cincinnati With Local CorUriuallou In Lancaster 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 I I York Street Cincinnati Mr Theobald writes For five years I suffered with stomach troubles having all the distress and misery that afflicts dyspeptics I could not enjoy eating thinking of the suffering that would follow My food did not digest al though I took all kinds of medi cines I found nothing to help me untill I used Miona Thanks to this remarkable remedy I am now a cured man 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 I M lt LancasterKentuckyAgent and I 1f1 r r varieties 4 II r 1 f r 1IERCESFAVORITE RU2I a PERSONALS Mrs A II Bastin is taking in the Worlds FairT Miss Flora Zeigler is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Mildred Beazley is visiting her daughter in Stanford Miss Sallie Cook of Stanford is the guest of Miss Lizzie Grimes Mrs S P Grant of Danville has been the guest of Mrs Harriet Price Miss Eliza Anderson is being enter by Miss Grant this week Miss Mary Landram Burnside is vis icing Miss Gena Dunlap of Lexington Miss Martha Tillett is visiting her sister Mrs Frank Bookout of Kansas City Mr J Y33ison and wife of Danville visitors of Mr and MrsP B Cox MondayMiss Mary Landram Burnside and brother Loup were visitors in Dan ville Sunday Mrs Bugle of Mobile Ala is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W H Wherritt Mrs Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr and J C Thompson Mrs J entertained Wed nesday evening in honor of Mrs W S Elkln of Atlanta Ga Mr and MrsH A B Marksbury the funeral of Mrs Mattie West at Perry ville Sunday Mrs N W Stiwell has returned to her Nome in Marion after a visit to her sister Mrs Susan Price Mrs Bottle Miller of Lexington has been with her mother Mrs Susan Anderson Lexington avenue Richmond Register Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster has been visit ing her sister Miss Callie Adams Mrs J Speed Smith and Mrs Dr Ev ans of Richmond were the guests of Mrs Lackey Tuesday and Wed nesdayMrs W S Elkin of Atlanta and the matron of honor in the coming nuptials who is visit lug her sister Miss Jennie Duncan leaves next week for Louisville Fridays Danville Advocate Mr Humphrey Ballou and family of Lan caster were here yesterday to bid far well to the family of Mr G S Gaines who leave next week for Muskogee I T Mrs Ben Gaines of Lancaster was the guest of the family of Mr G S Gaines this week Mrs Mattie Frisbie gave a most dinner Friday in honor of Dr Louis McMurtry and her brother Mr W C Price of Danville In addition to the family Messrs Jno M Duncan and Louis Landram partook of the bountiful and delightful meal Friday evening Mrs D M Lackey entertained at dinner in honor of Dr Louis McMurtry cf Louisville The many Substantials and dainties prepared in the excellent manner for which Mrs Lackey is known to pet them up and a most pleasant time was spent Those present were Dr Louis McMurtry Messrs Price of Danville Jno M Duncan and Louis LandramThe given by the men at the New Mason Hotel was very en joyable Music was furnished by the Stanford orchestra The visiting guests were Misses Mary Forman of Alabama Margery Drew of Ohio Polly Traylor of Chistian and Cerena Dunn of Danville and Thompson of Louisville Air HTocnn nt and Miss Nellie Ward Fitch Nicholasville was solemnized at the home of the bride near the latter last Thursday The ceremony was performed by Father Geo C Beal er of Nicholasviile and the Nicholas ville papers speak of the wedding as one of the prettiest ever seen in that city The groom is a son of Mrs Mason of this city and was burn and spent his early life in Lancaster He is a young man of splendid quail fications and a great favorite here in home The bride is one of Jes sarnies most popular and lovely young ladies The Record joins with Lancaster friends In wishing the happy couple a long life of happi ness in its big souvenir edition the Kan sas City Journal of last Sunday has the following about a former Lancas ter Goodloe Lackey E I Lillie Dale R L E Stormes attended D II BradleySouth were C Portsmouth The marriage of Geo T Elizabeth boyArchibald were William Mrs delightful IV young Stanford hi old the many e r la ex Bargains in- l iJ1 m Y BUGGY ROBES and Hooting Stoves D D 8 our prices on i 3 n ce f MOUNT ELKIN IPjSkanBBHiMMMMMMtMMfilMMMIMI ce m r J i1 i AmericanL v C ic I m lifII r 0 Get w r L R sikFiYai L Is a Kentucky Republican from nent Old Kentucky families Goodloes He is a cousin of William Cassius Goodloe exminister to Bell um and national committeeman for sixteen years and until his death the ramous duel with Colonel A M Swope In the postofllee in Lexington when both were killed Mr Lackey has lived in Missouri twen tyfive years Before corning to Kan sas City he lived eight years in Mar shall Sell no county Missouri While living there he was appolnned by President wa serving his second when he resigned to come to Kansas Cityto take position as secretary and treas urer of the WoodsMiller Investment Company lie was elected vice presi dent of the national postal convention at Chicago in February 1885 Mr Lackey married daughter of one of Kansas Citys old and honored citizens Judge Lucius Carey who died in 1893 Mr Lackey Is especially popular in Masonic circles being past high priest of his chapter and past eminent com mander of Knights Templar also has many friends among the very large colony of Kentuckians living here Ed Walton the clever brainy and hustling editor of the Stanford Inte rior Journal was here Monday and made us a most pleasant call The Journal has a wide circulation in Gar rard the fact that it is one of the best papers in the state having won faiends who will stand by it thro thick and thinDr W L McFarland who has had a pleasant visit with relatives has gone Lexington to visit Miss Eugenia before returning to New York Upon completing the course in college he located in New York an appointment at one of the lead ing hospitals which occupies a great deal of his time His father and moth er Capt and Mrs W C McFailand re side at the Park Avenue hotel in that cityDr Lewis McMurtry of Louisville who came to Danville to deliver one ot the addresses at installation of President Hinitt last week came over and spent Friday with Lancaster friends He was accompanied by Mr W C Price and the two were given a most cordial reception by the people of their old home town Both these gentleman were born and reared in Lancaster and they expressed great delight in getting back io the old stamping ground of their boyhood the most delightful of ones life McMurtry practiced his profession in for many years Louisville where he soon built up a very lucrative practice His business grew to such an extent built a large sanitarium in Louisville which is considered one of the best in the South and is known all over this sec tion of the country He is well known among all the leading physi clans of the United States the fact that he was recently elected the American Medical Asso ciation going to show his popularity and prominence in that the largest medical association in the country One of the most admirable of his many noble traits is his loyalty to his friends nothing affording him more genuine pleasure than to do a good turn for his fellow man A hightoned gentleman a model citizen a Christian a faithful friend are some of the characteristics which have won for him not only fame but the love and esteem of all who know him McCREARY Robt Burton went to Danville last weekW Jones and wife visited relatives here recently Claud Sadler visited his aunt W N Grow last week Mr and Mrs Forbes visited friends at Bourne last week Sadler sold a load of corn to Ben Kelley at 2 00 per bbl Mrs Eliza Saddler is with her sister Mrs W T West in Lancaster Miss Lee Prewit of Kirksville is with Mrs Cronley Broaddus this week Messrs Steve Hill and Mike Forbes have returned from a business trip to CincinnatiMiss Austin who has been in Kirksville is at home for a few days Mr and Mrs Saunders of Buckeye were visitors of Mr and Mrs Davis Sutton Sunday Mesdames Gull ie and Wearen have returned from a visit to Richmond accompanied by their sister Mrs Mary ColieMr Geo Myers of Illinois by Miss Minnie Pherigo of Nicholasville visited her sister Mrs Win Simpson Mr Virgil and bride and Misses Emma and Liccle Ham visited Mr Mrs Dave Saunders at Nina Saturday and Sunday Mrs J B Bourne entertained a nun ber of her friends Saturday in honor of her visitors Mesdames Woolfolk and Wheeler of Lexington Mrs John Prather died at her home Wednesday the 19th after a lingering illness She had a stroke of paralysis about 4 months ago and has been rap idly sinking ever since Interment in Lancaster Cemetery Broke lato Ill House S Le Quinn of Cavendish was robbed of his customary health in jvasion of Chrpnic Constipation When iPf Kings Pills broke into his house trouble was arrested and now hea entirely cured to cure 25c at McBpber Drug Store W A Ins Ky In postmaster and appointment to Dunlap has days Dr removing- to thathe pres- Ident MrGeo school Layton Layton t I prom and Estells 1889 Aurtlrur profession Danville of true attending Boone accompanied and a Vt New Life bit Theyre guaranteed q- i 3 CARRARP goyNiy LSADS In Awards at the Worlds Fair Gaiward CountY Secures Eight Medals Ranking First In Central Leruucky Counties Kentucky far up in the lead in the list awards made to the of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition having a total of 186 di vided as follows Six grand prizes thirtyfive gold medals fiftythree all ver medals seventytwo bronze med als This record too is made in the face of the fact that there were only three Kentuckians on thh juries of awards Garrard county ranks ahead of any in Central Kentucky she re ceiving eight medals as follows Banks Hudson hemp bronze H A B Marksbury Son hemp bronze H Ward Bryantsville seed silver Haselden clover seed bronze medalJ barley bronze medal H A B Marksbury Son rye seed bronze medal C A Robinson millet seed bronze medalJ Upton redtop grass seed bronze medal Awards to the number of ieventy five in Kentuckys general exhibit have not satisfied the direc tor of exhibits for the Kentucky com mission and he has appealed to the superior jury for a grand prize on the exhibit as a whole and there is every reason to believe this request will be granted The seventyfive divided eight golds eleven silvers and fiftysix bronzes It was in this that the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station of Lexington made such a remarkable recod It received three gold medals and one silver medal and as all four were different grouos it will be allowed to retain the total number Several very fine samples of tobacco are shown in this exhibit and five of them got golds and two bronzes The Kentucky Commission did not make a whisky but secured space for a collective display in which seven firms were represented Two of the number did not enter the compe tition Kentucky is justly proud of her exhibit in the Mines and Metal lurgy building and since announce ment she is doubly proud and A grand prize is given the State while two gold medals ten silvers and five bronzes further attest the superi ority of the display There is a prob ability of the gold medal on clays be ing raised to prize and it is believed that an award will yet be made to W D Archibald of West who sent in the largest lump of cannel coal in the Mines building In the Palace of Education Kentucky went into competition with the lead ing educational centers of the world but she came out with colors flying receiving two gold medals eight sil vers and five bronzes Five gold ten silver medals eight bronze medals This tells the result of Ken tuckys efforts in the Palace of Fish and Game One of the golds is to the Kentucky on the collective exhibit and the superior ju ry has been appealed to to raise this to a grand prize PREAUHERSV1LLE Mr Old Rothwell talking of to Pulaski county Miss Kate Payne was visiting rela tives here first of the week Mrs Maggie Holtzclaw was visiting Mrs J L Hutchins Sunday Menifee Elmore and family were visiting friends here last week Mrs Dr Brown of Stanford was at Mr W H Browns first of the week Mr Earnest Baker of Mt Vernon is visiting the family of A J Mr G B Kirby has moved into the Joel Holtzclaw house on W H Cum mins place Mrs J L Anderson and Mrs W H Cummins are visiting Mr Carpenter OklahomaJ has returned from the Grand Lodge at Louisville lie re ports a good time Misses Hallie Brown awl Mary Thompson were visiting J H and wife Sunday Mr James Hays and wife of Crab Orchard was visiting J M Cress and family first of the week Messrs W H Cummins Lesly Har bor and Richard Pettus returned from the Worlds Fair last week Mr Sam Adams who returned a few days ago from Texas lost his little girl Friday We extend our prayers and sympathies to the father and me tber in this sad hour The meeting at the Baptist church is progressing nicely Bro Kimble of Georgetown is doing the preaching He is a polished speaker and a very spiritual man We hope much good will be done Mr Kennedy who has chosen the law as a profession is pro greasing nicely with his studies and as he is the first one to this place we hope he may reach beyond the ordinary S Better Tba Plll r The question has been asked In what way Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets superior to the or dlriary catbarticand Liver pills Our answer is They are easier and more pleasant to take and their effect is so so agreeable that hard ly realizes it is medicine Then they not only more the bowels improve the appetite and aid digestion For 8 350 4 of exhibitors medal medalJ agricultural awards are under medalsthree justified agrand LIb- erty Stateof Is i 7 i t S t stands medals exhibit exhibit medals Forestry moving Thompson Thompson Faulkner enter r are gentle and one that produced by but per 15091e by Frisblea Drug k 4 i 1 V f a 1i1 BUCKEYE Mr H Land sold a nice buggy horse for 35 last week Mrs Herod Ray sold a bunch of shoats last week at 4ic Miss Willie Pierce of Point Leavell visiting friends here Sunday J E Dickerson bought a bunch of calves this week at 8 50 per bead Dr Perkins bought a farm from L R Brown last week at 88 50 per acre Miss Flossy Sutton of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs J P Dickerson of this place Mr Raymond and Miss Maud Davis drove to Richmond on Wednesday af ternoon and were united in the bonds of wedlock The bride is an girl of nineteen summerstber step was quite a surprise to the imme diate family The groom is a success ful farmer and has many qualities that go to make a true gentleman We wish them a prosperous and life W S BEAZLEY Dentists i Office over Thomp ons store Danville at Business and Bargains 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 will be dune in a few days Please call and settle at once W L Lawson S G C Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris R L Jennings is showing a very line of dress goods cloaks and furs 10 7 Good gentle combined and Harness mare 1072t 7 We take pride in our roasted Coffees Giye them a trial W H Ward 2t For Sale 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 1004 for 100 Money due when service rendered Joe F Price 92 8t The Danville Steam wash Agts Our Cigars cant be beat All the latest and best brands at Wards Grocery 2t Hyacinths Tulips and bulbs have arrived from Holland will sell 930 J C Thompson Paint Paint Paint We handle every thing in points and varnishes and can give you Frisbies Drug Why buy ready made clothing that get out of shapeand off when you can have a suit made to your measure for 1000 J C Hemp bill 930tf For Sale About 400 barrels of corn to be in the field one mile from town Apply to W H Ward Lancaster 2t arsons Marvel Millinery store o7tf Our China must go in order to make We have the nicfest line of Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes and Hotwater Bottles ever 99 Drug Store Glass Let us sell window glass will need cold weather Our right 9 9 Drug Store Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of fine seeds for sale Dont to see us before buying 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 asult to your individual measure for Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill 9 30 tf 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 Public Sale Having sold my residence 1 will on Saturday 5 at my home sell to the highest bidder all my household kitchen furniture All in good condition Sale begins Beazley It Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jelllco Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf N J T Williams Sons FOP Rent One 8 room house with 2 acre lot on Lexington ave Apply son at the National 1021tf The Rock Island Frisco System will have round trip tickets to California to Sept 9 good until Oct23rd Also low one way colonist to California and the North West Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stbrrnes will Jell you all it see Timothy Seed and Grass Sale grown Banks Hudson tt TimothT and Blue J I I GC FARIS j Beazley Faris s e 8 e i S S attractive I f baby25tf J 99 ore buttonscome bagsandWorlds early2t Frlsbl s Window YOU bat b f re prices re Frlsb es 1000 Flare and at one oclock- p m W S A Blu for Home t t 1 L iti 1 was accomplished happy Saddle ogan pulled comes forget Lost Nov very low 15 returning rates about him tt Home Seed Grtliee Sloe pen tlnlu Hgdi bn t h 1 b BUGGIESAND Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot 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jooooooo t i f iI It it II II It It It II Equipped BanI Th Br9dntS1ill lentucl9 I 0I493 5 to 5 I2 g I I E LWoodsPrest WG Kemper II f 4 Wgll o ooa oo0o0000 ooooo00000000 00 l Q Q Sam 00000000 OOCKD00000 d M COY FRY RL ARNOLD J B WOODS J 8 BURROWS EL WOODS DIREQroRs D L G WCFISH E GUYN Commenced Business July I9O1 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers w Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII II DOLLAR B H KROGEK lisa JL YAH um- B WJEWELL ONLY ONE Preside v oe rn ltirf IJ S ROBINSON Vice Prest If YOU have only One Dollar to spare send It to 1ft MdJoiiogs tot Uiffil Go And open an account to which you can add or withdraw at any time wherever you be Any sum from to 5000 will be accepted1 See Our NewBooklet siiima BYM l Seat catlotL os Apply All accounts In this bank are confiden tial between the bank and the depositor Inter eat 1s added January and July and compounded ik Mi MBS w i ina GO Ckuaker of Coerce BIdKt Cincinnati O a y MY The statement that no man is stronger than his stomach will appeal to every man who has ever suffered from stomach trouble He will remember the growing feeling of weakness utitil he was hardly able to crawl around and could work only occasionally and then with difficulty The danger of dyspepsia roots in the fact that when disease attacks tomach and other organs of di gestion and nutrition the whole body must be the sufferer for when the stomach is and the digestive processes are performed there a sure loss of which is by every organ of the body Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other of digestion and nutrition It makes strong men because it makes strong stom achs and enables the proper digestion of food and the perfect assimilation of the tion contained in the food I have taken six bottles of Golden Medical Dis and four or five vials of the little Pellets writes Mr A J Vanderwater of 873 West Division Street Chicago Ill I am happy to have done me of rood medicines have made a great in from a slow mope of a man that hardly crawl tired and the time could do no to a man who can work and feel fine and that tired feeling all away Golden Medical Discovery Pellets almost made a new man of me I feel young as I did at thirty years Accept no substitute for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery There is nothing else just as good for the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical the best of modern medical works is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 31 onecent stamps for the clothbound volume or only 21 stamps for the book in paper covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I diseased imperfectly nutrition organs sleepeat diseaseof Adviser tt Need Mote Religion An exchange remarks that the who need more religion are the nrm who lets his horse stand all day exposed to the sun rain and insects the man who growls like a bear with a sore head when his wife asks him for money the woman who whispers around that some other woman is not what she ought to be the preacher who is always looking for an easier place at a higher salary the man who walks the streets with his hauds in his pockets while his wife carries the baby and the man who keeps a dog and says he cannot afford to take his home paper Save Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all oth er remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our neice who had consumption in an ad vanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung di seases yield to Dr Kings New Discov ery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and bottles guaranteed by Mc Roberts Drug Store Trial bottle free 1m people I 100 Dont Be a Knocker Did you ever notice how many there were who seldom if ever speak well of any other person Did you ever notice yourself falling into the habit Perhaps unconsciously until very noticeable and at once dis gusting to others Life for each is hard enough without having others to magnify faults and give them Why make life any harder for any person Watch yourself and dont allow the habit to get so strong a hold you cannot break it and go about speaking ill of all you know There are good traits of character in every Minn Free Press A Love Letter Would not interest you if youre looking for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto bodrt of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m Call on R L Underwood for your groceries as he pays cash for all country produce JO 21tf Do not forget that good cellery at 1021tf Joe Faulconers people publicity oneMankato I 1 McWhorter Estridp PAINT LICK KY ALL IN OUR We are selling the best line of Dress goods ever in Paint Lick at remarkably pricesOUR CLOAKS FURS and ready made goods are also attention all in correct styles at correct prices Gentlemen are pleased with our line of Overcoats especially our Our prices putting the celebrated Cielette rainproof moth proof coat within the reach of all McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY 1m IIIana WINTER Stack II IIi lid IlEI III e II II 1111 4 1 I I I ri l I f ee 4w t FALL fiJ L attracting 1 J Rain- Coats are Li E iew b Ii Iii 2- C MAUKSBimV Mr John Simpson sold a of corn to Lancaster parties at Sfygg Messrs Smith of Madison county have rented Mr M 6 Aldridges farms Rev S P Martin of Shepberdsville has been called as pastor oC the Fork church Miss Rose Aldridge has sold her of 27 acres to John Turner of Hiattsville for 1600 Messts Tom Chesnut and Jesse Perkins leave this week for a two weeks visit to St LoUIs Miss Minnie Johnson of Bryants ville was the guest Saturday and Sunday of H D Aldridge and family Misses Annie Cochran of Paint Lick and Tine Johnson of Lancaster were guests of friends here last week Miss Nelson has returned to her home in Lebanon after several weeks visit with her aunt Mrs T D Ches nut The Ladies of the Fork church will give a supper at the parsonage Friday evening Oct 28 Come help the ladles and a fine supper for only 35cts The Real Yellow Peril Last winter when among those of the Russians who were not hoping for war and the defeat of their own coun try I inquired the grounds for their contemptuous underestimate of the Japanese 1 scarcely ever gOl for reply more than the citation of Russias one hundred and thirty millions of popu lation her possession of oneseventh of the dry land of the earth and the Cossacks The discussion usually closed with the assertion One can whip ten of those little yel low monkeys This faith is based partly on the impression which the Cossacks made upon western Europe as long ago as the Seven YearsWar and which was heighted by their disorganization of Napoleons retreat from Moscow Na poleon himself pronounced them per fect masters of partisan warfare furi ous in attack and impossible to reach and said that he did not remember having made a prisoner of a single one of them Finally he had the Cossacks in mind when he warned Europe that unless checked by such a powerful unit as he had sought to construct Russia would enslave the world That Napoleons prediction has not been forgotten may be inferred from the recent assertion In various quarters that the real yellow peril is the possibility of the organization of the Mongolian races by Russia and that a Slavic Jenghiz Khan may direct a new Golden Horde against the West OctoberCentury Pony Wanted Good gentle pony to ride to school 1028 tf Anna BurnsidePoint R L Underwood pays cash for produce 1021tf Dont forget R L Underwood when you need fresh and fancy groceries 10 21tf Belt Paper FOE Ladies The Ladles Home is far ahead of thing in the reading line for ladies and grows in eve ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy it916tfLost Watch Ladys gold watch lost between Lancaster ana Herrings school house Return to Fords office and reward 3t Sacks Sacks Sacks Yes we need our sacks bring them home and we will certainly be obliged Dont forget that we in our business Marksbury Son PUBLIC SALE On FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 Having dissolved we will all our Stock andFarming Implements on the F COOK FASH Five Miles East of Stanford Ky 85 Tons Sheaf Oats 15 Tons Mixed 500 Shocks of Corn 200 Shocks of Fodder ofCarpenter and Blacksmith Binder Mowers Drills Corn Planter Harrows Plows Wheat Fan and other farming imple ments 1 Steel Tire Backboard 1 Bike Runabout 1 Buggy 1 aSeated Surrey all vehicles of theand very and gilts weighing from 125 to 150 and from of the best herds in Kentucky and Illinois andclose In blood to Fair winnersHerd of Registered Short Horn Cattle con cows and yearling and weaningcalves 60 Fat Hogs weighing about 175 nil6 good Cows some of them fresh3 of good work Mutes 1 Mule Colt 1 Pair Gelding 3 and 5 oldWeight 1350 lbs workers ton 922 Some good Mule Mares 1 German CoachStud 7 years old 2 Saddle walkers 3 Registered Yearling Stud Colt by High 2 Registered Yearling Fillies by Highland 730 1 Two Year Old Filly by Highland Denmark730 Car load of unbranded Two Year Old KansasMaree and a Car load of three to five year old Mares and Some Indian Ponies well broken to saddle and harness a Jacks 1 Jack Colt all black with pointsSale at 10 a m No reserve No postponement sums 20 and under cash over 20 credit of six monthsnegotiable and at the FirstNational Bank of j Partiesfrom a distance will stop at St Asaphs Hotelas onr guests where willto For catalogue of Registered Stock orfbr further to J FLexington Kjr COOK KERB Col George A Bain Auctioneer i farm g t 11 Cossack I I I I country I receive lOOt J alt offt on pres Notes Stanford Ky 6 per a L lf9IlI- f it t l- J L tj t I S Mares well broke and bred to AlP bearing cent Interest and lunch for all comi ce dee K POK g ON OCEAN STEAMERS Tterpt Who Are Bad Loser a Nuisance for the Ship Officer I Wish said the purser of one of the transatlantic steamers according to the New York Sun that there was tome way of stopping the game of poker on board ship The trouble which the game is making for the officers cannot be ap predated by landsmen So much has been printed and said about sharpers on the ocean liners that in almost every smoking room there is a sign up for passengers to beware of these swindlers Now as a matter of fact there is very little out and out swindling doneReal card sharpers are few and far be tween and they are so well known to us that they rarely get a chance to or ganize a game or to break into one that has already been started The big card cheats long ago stopped frequenting the liners But the evil effect of so much talk about card sharps on the steamers is seen on almost every trip In the very smallest games if this luck goes against a man persistently he begins to make remarks about how this man or that man is winning If one man wins right along some of the pikers begin to look suspiciously at him It has got to a point where the very smallest games unless all the par are known to one another breed trouble and ill feeling About a dozen timer on a trip I am Invited up into the card room by some man who has lost a few dollars and wants me to look over the man who won it to see if I can recognize him as a card cheat I remember less than a month ago to give you an illustration a man went into the smoking room and tried to get up a poker game almost we had cleared Sandy Hook It was a little too soon for most of the men but he finally succeeded in getting up a quarter limit game There was a young New York man on board who reluctantly went into the game and in less than an hour he had won like 20 There were a couple of other small winners and the man who organized the garqe was loser about 30 Well sir he came to me after all kinds of suspIcIons in the room and insisted that he had been cheated When he pointed out the New York man as the swindler I could hardly keep my face straight But when he told me it was a 25cent limit game and that his total losses were about 30 and some one else informed me that he had fairly dragged the other man into the game I was very much disgusted and took him down to my cabin to tell him so All during the rest of that trip he talked about how he had been done up in the poker game and once or twice I thought the New York man was going to punch his head That is the way it goes Everybody is on the lookout to sus nee some one of being a crook even in the small limit games One would think big ocean liners for the sole putpose of breaking into 25cent and 50cent limit poker games and robbing men of sums ranging from 250 to 20 We do get an occasional sharp but most of the rows that occur are the re sult of the long tongues of poor losers They never seem to think that anything but a crooked game could beat them I wish we could stop tie gambling alto gether for it is the biggest nuisance we have to contend with ANCIENT SNUFF MILLS Old BuildIngs In Pennsylvania That Produced the Article for Colonial Gentry Two ancient snuff mills on Crum creek near eiperville Pa have long caused conjecture as to how It happened that the man of many industries should Introduce the manufacture of snuff in this vicinity at that early date says a correspondent of the Philadelphia Although snuff pinching and snuff dipping were common indulgences In those ancient days It was unusual to find mills for Its manufacture so far north at that time The fact that Thomas Leiper who came to America from Scotland in 1764 and when he was a boy of 19 landed Ir Virginia the land of tobacco and bet came interested in the tobacco business before he came tp Philadelphia the existence of these twp gnuff mills near the middle of the teenth century Soon after he settled in Philadelphia Leiper established a tobacco warehouse at 9 North Water street In 1774 Thomas Leiper became a snuff manufacturer on an extensive scale and having located at 274 Market street where he became a famous dealer in snuff and tobacco those comfortable essentials to the onial gentry he began to increase purchases along Crum creek and erect his famous mills even before his inter est in the stone quarries and his exten elve Inventions Jn the drum Creek val leyBoth of these ancient snuff mills are roomy twostory buildings with sloping roof capable of being changed into comfortable dwelling houses after the decline of the snuff Industry And while one of these buildings served as a roomy homestead for nearly half a century the other has slowly fallen into ruin since its period of manufacturing usefulness and at last both theanclent buildings are crumbling More Proof learned professor us that sunspots cause people to lose their tempers dont doubt it I saw several girls the other day who were mad ag hornets because they had freckles Chicago Daily News Poultry culture pays Hungarian farmers ten times as much as any oth er branch of agriculture A Sense of Propriety It was careless of me to say that I admired Bacon remarked the young woman with glasses Did you offend some Shakespearean student No It was a Chicago pork packer He frigidly remarked that he care to talk shop Washington Star you think there Is chance of his asking me to marry him Maude Yes never saw a man yef who wouldnt make a fool of himself DetroitFree Press i I J Make Boston before something utter- Ing smoking Inquirer e plains pIll elgb his ErnieSome IdaI Ca1tar H1tngary ClaraDo of J Jr big tlc th V- u 1 ipauts flat Dl te lbs Poultry IC did I I as I w 1 A h Kodol OFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary Election for the 18th Senatorial Dis trict Saturday Dec 3 At meeting of th Democratic Executive Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky held at Danville Ky on Monday September 19 1904 J F Hold man of Lincoln W SI of Garrard R G Evans of Boyle and C F Montgomery of Casey On motion C F Montgomery elected secretary meetingThe resolutions were adopted by said committee- Be it resolved by the Democratic Executive Committee of this 18th Senatorial District of Kentucky 1 That a primary election be held on Satur day Dec 3rd 1904 in all the voting precincts in the 18th Senatorial District of Kentucky at the regular voting places between the hours of G oclock a m and 4 oclock p m for the of selecting a democratic candidate for State Senator from said district in the General Assembly of Kentucky 2 All democrats who are residents of district and who are legal voters or who be legal voters at November election 1905 permitted to vote in their respective precincts and are invited and requested to do so a Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to be used in sale primary must deposit with Chairman of tills committee on or before 12 oclock 15 days before the date for holding said ary the sum of COO to be used in defaying expenses of holding said primary election at the same time of making said deposit each candidate must give written notice to said Chairman that he desires to be a candidate at said election and notice to the Chairman shall be notice to the Committee 4 In all counties having cities in which the law enacted by the last General Assembly of Kentucky requires the registration of voters the chairman of the county committee thereof is authorized and directed to cause the of democrats registered at the last gereral reg istration to be copied Into separate books HS well as such democrats who become of legal age and qualified voters at the November elec tion 1905 as is required by los 5 Said election shall be held in all respects as is required by law for holding regular prim elections and a uniform ballot shall be used In every precinct and the chairman of this committee s hereby authorized and to cause to be printed bound and distribut ed to the various chairmen of the county the ballots for each county He is directed to purchase and distribute to the chairmen of the county committees all the necessary paraphernalia for holding said prim ary election 6 The democratic county committee of each county shall appoint the officers in each precinct to hold the election and they are to be selected from lists furnished by the and to be as nearly equally divided as possible The officers of said primary elec tion will when the polls are closed proceed at once to count the votes cast for each person for said office and after counting the votes they will return the ballots to the boxes up the boxes and the sheriffs of the precincts Vrlll within the next two days carry and deposit the hoses with the chairman of the county committee at the courthouse in the respective counties The officers of election at each precinct will make a written statement of the number of votes cast for person voted for for said office and will place said statement in an envelope in the respect ive ballot boxes 7 The precinct ballot boxes and all returns are to be made to the chairman of the county committee and if he is not in the county the secretary of the count committee at the courthouse In the time required by law to wit Within two days after said 8 electio- nSAnd on the next day alter said have been made the county committee shall meet and canvass the returns and certify same to the chairman of district committee which district committee shall on Saturday Dec 10th loot at 1C oclock A Min the city of Stanford Lincoln county Kentucky meet and canvass the returns declare the result and issue a certificate of nomination to the candidate 9 The chairman of this committee is to give public notice of this election as is required by law and without delay 10 In the event there is a surplus remain lug after defraying the expenses of said prir maryit shall be turned over to he various county committees composing the districts to be used for leglmite pnrppses in promoting democracys cause and if there should be a deficit then the candidates shall be assessed to supply said deficit Provided however if no more than one candidate shall liaVe com plied with the conditions herein Imposed by Nov 18tb 1904 then the chairman of the dls trict committee Is directed to reconvene the committee as soon thereafter as practicable at Stanford Kentucky and to declare each candidate the regular nominee of the demo cratic party for said office and to issue to him a certificate of nomination and the pri mary election herein ordered will not be held Ik The order on the ballot In which names of the candidates who may 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