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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1904FIFTEENTH YEAR 4 NUB 31 fa Pure Water I INSURES r 6oodllea1th f keep your cistern L free from leaves I birds nests buns and trash of all kinds rn r To i user Haselifen Filter IHASB t NiI A V ti o rain yet Everything has driedup except the I croaker and political speaker The City Council is having some much needed improvement made upon streets Bradley in Nlcholasvllle- I Guv Bradley will speak hi Niclio- lasvjlle next Saturday at one oclock and quite a number of his Garrard county friends are going to hear him The small boys had the time of their lives Monday night Gates were re moved vehicles hauled into the court house and many other pranks played which caused some trouble and mote profanity for citizens who vere made v ctiuip Good Fishing Local iUhcrmcn struck it right last Friday ecry fellow bringing in a tine string Mayor Hob Kinnaird and the- I editor of this pap r had the delightful I luck of sticking tl ersliitisunderJudge Burnsides table aid helping devour several eighteen inch jumpers which the Judge had reeled in down below Henry Bruces Former Lancaster Mans Troubles Stanford Journal After breaking into Mr S II Aldridges tin shop and robbing his cash drawer of 82 75 Wed nesday night some very nervy scound rel wrote as follows on Mr Aldridgess j office paper Rivet this to the p cooler for me and I will call and get it some time The scamp also took several joints of stove pipe j Who Can Beat This Several large specimens of egg plant have been grown in tnis section ji but the best to date is that raised by Mrs M S Thompson which measures J about sixteen by twenty inches It is it perfectly formed and pronounced by old professors like Maj Jim Burn si side Bob Kinnaird and others to be n the largest and best they ever saw d The seed were planted in a box the formation being completed in about LI ninety days Thanksgiving Proclamation j The Presidents Thanksgiving Day Proclamation was issued from the I State Department Tuesday by by Secretary Hay It acknowledges the debt of of the American people to j God for the blessing upon the nation i during the past year in which re ward has waited upon honest efforts and calls on the nation devoutly to give thanks unto Almighty God for the benefits He has conferred upon us as individuals and as a nation and to beseech him that in the future His Divine favor nuy be continued to us The date is Thursday the 24th J No t the I till J I m I I j m I dn ill g ill I t r J J Father Bealer Nicholasville will hold Catholic services in the court house Sunday Nov 6 R A Pulliam one of the best in the state is now assisting in J R Haseldens tin shop He is from llarrodsburg Short Wheat Crop Elizabethtown Newt So short was the wheat crop in Kentucky this year that Ballard Ballard the big millers of Louisville have purchased a bushels in Oregonat SI 15 Most of the wheat in Hardin county was sold from ninety cents to a dollar and we doubt if there is 1000 bushels in the county unsold at the present time A Good Speech Saturday The Record takes great picture in announcing lion R W Miller to speak in behalf of the democratic ticket at the court house next Saturday the 5th at two oclock p m Mr Miller is not only one of the best speakers on the stump but a high toned polished gen tIeman and if you want to hear a clean eloquent talk dont fail to hear him ArnoldKing The marriage of Miss Lida Arnold and Mr Ben King was very quietly at the brides residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock Eld F M Tinder officiated The bride wore an exquisite gown of blue silk The decorations were most eflective The bride is a very clever and accom pUshed woman and her many wish her every happiness in her new life Mr King is a prosperous farmer and is held in great respect in the community where his life has been spent Mrs Landram Injured Mrs Louis Landram met with a very painful and serious accident Monday afternoon while returning from a visit to Mr W II Hughes on Stanford street The street being oo dusty she with her sisters concluded to return to town by the railroad there being a good path along the side of track In crossing a cattle guard she lost her footing and fell upon the sharp spikes of iron which form the cattle guard One was driven into her knee another into the hip while a third made an ugly bruise on her hand l r Kinnaird dressed the wounds and says he thinks there will be no permanent injury though the spike wound in the knee may prevent walking for some time This path along the railroad track is traveled by everybody living in that end of town and we print full details of this accident that others may be warned of the danger and take the street no matter if the dust mud or dirt does make the walking I i I r million celebrated I I mechanics friends disagreeable Our New Stock Of FALL and WINTER Clothing Overcoats IS IliT Call now before the stock is over and the sizes broken We are making EXTREMELY LOW PRICES Terms Strictly Cash HT LOGAN Record office is up to date on job printing 1 11 III II I 1 1 I III I 1 f 2 T I a H Shoes r NOW J picked ww wMw he Some Good Advice An exchange says that now is the time to clean out your cisterns and wells blow out that well and make it deeper and broader at the bottom and clean out and deepen your pond and It Ic tho next dry season comes along youll have plenty of water Unusually Quiet Notwithstanding the that the election is only a few days tiff there is little or no work being done by either party If theres any money on hand it is being spent on the quiet and we have it from pretty good au thorny that dollars are exceedingly scarce in this particular line of buss ness Little disscussion is heard which leads us to believe that are thinking seriously over what they are going to do The leaders on both sides claim the county Enjoyable Dance A very enjoyable impromptu hop was given by the young gentlemen at the New Mason Hotel Tuesday A good band from Stanford furnished the muslc and the light fantastic was tripped until the wee sma hours The young ladles present were Misses Margery Drew of Port mouth Ohio Lottie Webb of Lexlng ton Bessie Martin of Ironton Ohio AliC Maddox of Eminence Altie Maksbury Margaret and Joan Mount Grace Kinnaird Mary and Martha Gill and Mrs Banks Hudson An Old Fashioned Sale We met Mr Jesse Cook on Monday nights train and he tells us the big Cook Kerr sale near Stanford on the litb will be held on the old time plan That is a sumptuous dinner will bespread and everybody invited Gus Jaubert of Lexington whose fame for making the celebrated burgoo has been engaged and many gallons of this toothsome article will be served in addition to tbereg ular dinner This will be about the biggest sale held in Central recent years and a tremendous crowd will attend Read the ad another page of The Record Only One Town Ticket There was no opposition given the Citizens Ticket for Councilmen thanks to an Allwise Providence so the people will be spared the usual up roar occasioned by such races Citi zens will go to the pulls and exercise their wish as to who shall be presi dent of the United States and say nothing about it but let a little town race or election for district scbool trustee and every fellow is as hot as wool and carrying a pistol to shout his next door neighbor The smaller the office to be filled the more confusion and fuss is raised The ticket to be voted fur Tuesday con sists of MessrsJohn M Duncan Alex Beazley and Ed Morrow all competent gentlemen who will put forth their best efforts for the interests They are only elected for one year however to fill out vacan cles caused by resignation of other Councilmen A full ticket the reelection of Bob Kin aalcd as Mayor will have to held next Noyembei Short Grazing for Floaters The Record asked a local republican who knows whereof be speaks if his party would spend any money on local floats His reply was that should his party have ten thousand dollars to use in Garrard county the Lancaster should not have one copper of it In the first place hesaid we have no money But we have long since learned that we waste time fooling with the Lancaster floater They will not do what they promise will lie tus then go to the democrats and lie to them and when possible take money from both of us You readily see bow this causes trouble on elet day and if we can not win the Lancaster floater the otbi r fellows are welcome to all in sight I know the democrats feel the same way toward the Lancaster coon and my honest opinion that the Batt e Row nigger is about at his ropes end in so far as bleeding candidates is We talked to a democratic leader and be said in substance just what tbe republican said and it now looks as if tbe Lancaster float be ignored on all bands Fact of tbe matter is they should not tbe privilege of casting a vote What do they care who is placed in of tbe public affairs Compliment for Judge Hughes At a regular meting of the Garrard County Democratic Committee Judge M D Hughes presented bis reslgna Lion as Secretary thereofpress of business occupying all his time Thereforeibeit Resolved That in losing servi ces of Judge Hughes this committee is deprived of the assistance ef one of tbe most levelbeaded and enthusiastic democrats In Garrard county one ever ready to labor for his party and whose and advice could always be depended upon as wlso and timely Resolved That as has served upon this lu different ca pacities for the past ten or 12 years that we extend not only our thankp but thanks of the democracy of Garrard county for Ills noble faithful services Resolved That these resolutions be spread at upon our minute book a handed The Central Rae prd for publication W G Gooch Cbm G B Swlnebroad Seas pools while dry so that when the voters evening Kentucky Kentucky- In thoroughly towns Including iton Its be hlr e II fact on come ne- groes without concerned wills mom allowed charge other the hardworking council committee the copy c l OUR NATIONAL PERIL Richmond Register R e v Hugh McLellan the eloquent and popular pastor of the Christian church deliv ered a sermon last Sunday on Our National Peril so strikingly illustra live of the spirit of the age and reproduction of its thought for tbe benefit of our community In begin ning Mr McLellan referred to the stir ring arid strenuous times thro which we are passing days of sucb strife abroad and sucb political conditions at home as to keep us all on the qui vive If you read a Republican said be you lay it down with tbe feeling that the election of Mr Roosevelt is the only way to insure tbe continued prosperity of the tion while on the contrary the Dem ocratic sheets refer to that the presage of inevitable ruin One party continued he wants an immense armament for defense against foreign entanglements while the other vigorously protests and in this manner quibbling over our toward tbe outside world we lose sight of tbe overwhelming that threatens the Republic at home For the real peril that threat ens our existence as a nation comes not from without but from within and consists not in the menace of invasion but in the octopus of money getting whose insidious grasp throttling American manhood and debasing the American race For money said Mr McLellan Acban lost his life where be sought gain Balaam misused the gift of prophecy Ananias became the most noted of liars and Judas betrayed his Lord From the beginning of time women have prosti tuted their virtue and men sold their honor their country and their souls for this filthy lucre which has proven its title time and time again to its well merited appellation of the root of all evil This is pre eminent ly an age in which tbe pursuit of mon ey is considered ones chief avocation While a few of us are on the moun tain communing with God and learn tbe law many more are at its foot engaged in the worship of the Golden Calf To sucb an extent has this been carried on it has left its infallible mark on the race In the first place it has moulded modern architecture Where do we find in this country the simplicity and symetry of tbe Greek temple or tbe impressive grandeur of the Gothic ca tbedral No wbere And what do we find in its stead as the arcbitectu ral type of the age but tbe gigantic skyscraper lacking Alike beauty and commodity and standing only as a monument of business projects in a business age The ancients were oeauty lovers and their works display their commendable taste but we are money lovers and our buildings are an index of our thoughts Secondly tbe impress of the dollar has left its imprint on our literature All tbe popular books of the day are concerned with money affairs for what are we reading but The Spend ers Tbe Letters Of A SelfMade Merchant To His Son a vain exposition of the art of money making and others of their ilk Tbe good old fashioned books that in fluenced tbe lives of our greatest and best men are sadly out of date with the influx of new literature that appeals only to our purses and our this spirit has affected man himself in no uncertain way So im bued witb moneys tainting effect are we tbat we openly permit bribery and corruption and think nothing about it We see Senator Clark buy his seat in tbe Senate and deem it nothing we see opposition against a man like Mr Folk of Missouri who bas made a national reputation as an enemy of the bood lers and consider this opposition as the natural thing and we daily see women sacrifice their true womanly instincts and srll themselves to millionaires or titled and calmly pronounce it a good match Sucb a state of affairs Mr McLellan concluded not only has a disastrous effect on our here rendering us vain and worldlyminded but unless we rise above our surrounding effectually bars us from that kingdom whose golden streets are typical of purity alone wbere and dust dotb not corrupt nor thieves enter therein and steal This sermon teaches a lesson we would all do well to heed and take to heart and we reproduce its gist with that purpose and intent Old Method of Voting In some parts of tbe State tbe idea prevails that at the election next week there will be submitted to the voters the question of adopting or rejecting the proposed Constitutional abolishing yotlng by ballot and returning to the old system of viva voce voting This Is a mistake An amendment to the Contitution can only be voted upon at a general elec tion at which members of tbe General Assembly are elected That does not occur until next year November 1905 The proposed amendment will be then The longs tcr day when the people can up and sing out the names of the men they desire elected the books will sbow if your vote is counted as cast There was far less fraud under old method Under the present law there are many ways to thwart ike will ot the people I j so true In all Its aspects to warrant a paper conclusion- as attitude danger is ling I I Grafters pocketsLastly extraordinary j J j I as nay foreign adoration have this putout unworthy foreigners condition moth Amendment submitted Record the walk then the 04 l I is is A pair of gold beads between Alec Beazleys town Return to Record olllce and receive reward What is the Matter Boys are not what they used to remarked the old merchant Tbe first ten years 1 was in business hired seven office boys and five of them grew up with the business and are with me yet In the past year I engaged eight boys and only one of them is now here and he is marked for an early deportation to the outside What is the matter with them laziness late arrivals in the morning a desire to advance wages and decrease labor and cigarettes The Successful Merchant Merchants work bard They do not make money so fast or so easily as of their think There one thing that would help them if they gave it more ai tention It would increase their business and so put them on easier footing and lighten their work The one thing alluded to judicious advertising Facts havei shown it All or very nearly all of1 tbe great and successful concerns of the country have advertised and largely Advertising creates trade It is not meant only to from a competitor a part of his trade but it increases trade by known to the purchasing public things they would like to have and times when it would be advantageous to buy Certainly the merchant who thus speaks always to the public more trade to his store than a competitor who relies upon his friends to keep him up Advertising is like money Itself it makes trade easier and more convenient Ex Home Physicians Testify We the undersigned physicians of Garrard county have had occasion to ure in stating that he can correct all errors or refraction tbat can be by glasses Heis a graduate of of tbe best optical colleges City and we do not deem it nee for any one to go away from home to have glasses adjusted but would advise those in need of give Mr Morrow a trial LOST and Central Restlessness many judiciously takeaway attracts byMrcor- rected lone ofNew glasses- to the customers snaking Kinnaird Dr W Burnett J A Amon Dr J B Dr Dr J M Acton Gilbert Dr F M Walker SDrJ Dr H C Herring The above recommendation from your county physicians speaks for Mr Morrow can always be found at McRoberts drug store or he will call at your house and adjust glasses at prices at least 20 per cent less than itinerant eye glass venders would charge you satisfaction guaranteed 10 28 tf itself Cash or Installment We have a large new line oi 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 toJA Beazley Co Cloaks Furs and Skirts i A nice line to select from at prices that will save you money Also a full stock of x- lanl ets Comforts 1 Corduroy Clothing Outing Flannels UnderwearOvercoats 1 Gloves I Shoes i GIVE us A TRIAL BlJenniis DAVIDSON Attorney At Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business See Mrs DolIIe Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021 tf r I Hamilton nunla J i Etc Paint Lick RL Law r s Si t I For BargainsAttend The Sweeping ReductionSale Now Going The Logan j Dry Goods f M c nt i c fCos i Jj fi t c lt t 3 4 u t t it S LAY Before milking your winter pUFhase save money by seeing elegant rcnr isT1 TACISIETS tine of SKIRTS UNDERWEAR in fact all the Winter outfit you New Goods No Old Stork To Work Of Prices Reasonable Quality the Best Styles Correct w f l1 iJ3l1 t Ui r II j FoES7 c zlze JOSEE XKEE CO T fi1v ourr COATS Elegant need i MERCAl Dont forget the Forty Dollar Range to be given away at our store With each 1 cash purchase you get a chance PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Kentucky I I I Afl WUU DOMESTIC r = 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 SewingMachine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper YmHerndon G B Swinebroa Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAYWhite corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for sale at Marksbur Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury Son s J I tore i Electric W w AI HI1N I Ranges Electric Ranges are all the go Theyll cook very fast f or theyll cook very slow I They have large oven a back 1 an Electric Range Dont 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 good range the worth of your buy your wife and Electric your home sunny t e kHASllDEN i land ROBINSON MWiiMiA T o I a and guaranteedf get 7 s and money and make r 0 t 11 r I I 1 Y i CENTRAL RECORD Imucd Weekly Year LOUIS LAN DRAM Entered at the Post Office in Kyas SteondClati Mail Matter Lancaster Ky November 4 1904 Already before the St Louis closed advertising literature in behalf of the Lewis and Clark exposition to be held at Portland Oregon next year is being issued Those of us who need a little time In which to save up for fairs feel that this is rath things With an Ohio treasurer charged with having had the treasury looted and himself locked in the vault and a Chicago banker under suspicion of having set his own factory on fire for the insurance a new industry seems to be opening for our best citizens A New Jersey farmer shipped two barrels of fine pears to New York The barrels sold for 50 cents each the freight and carriage amounted to 08 cents and the shipper received a two cent stamp for the balance due Whowould not be a farmer and work hard for the pleasure of it Mr Wiley the governmt nl chemist says 85 per cent of the whisky of the country is bad and the Rev Dr Swal low Prohibition candidate for the presidency says the other 15 per cent is bad also But perhaps if Mr Swal low would experiment he could be brought to admit that some kinds il whisky are worse than others In settling the estate of a Philadel phta physician a few days ago a collec tion of 54000 shares of stock were sold at auction for 46 They were not shares in oil or investment compa nies as readers may hastily suppose but represented twenty or more enterprises most of them in the coal mining and land investment line The ways in which hard working pea pie not versed in financial mysteries invest ther sayings is very commonly a matter of surprise to experienced I business men A newspaper to be useful and ac ceptable must seek always to print legitimate matter calculated to bring happiness The undertaking of gath ering news from all quarters of the county and so arranging to make it attractive to all classes of readers is a large task for the tastes of the public so vary that the publisher is obliged to try to give each reader that which his own taste requires To this task The Record now addresses Itself with the resolve to print the news truthfully and discuss it fairly and it hopes to find a place in every home in its field not only as a necessity but as a welcome guest beloved by the good for its advocacy of right and only by the unworthy for its un swerving opposition to wrong To this end it invites the cooperation and support of every good citizen with its constant aim to deserve BUCKEYE Mrs Herod Ray sold a big bunch of fat shoats at 4ic Mrs Wm Fayne is seriously ill also Mr Cloyne Teater Mrs Lou Kanetzer of Lexington is visiting her friend Mrs Mike Ray Mr Wm Jones Jr and wife have moved to London where they will run a hotelMr who has been a very successful lumber dealer has located further up the river Ray has a second son at his house Ten days old now and bears the name Solon Reed Mr Allen Teater and Miss Cordelia Ray visited Mesdames Blakeman of Kirksville last week Madam Rumor says ere the old year is ushered out there will at least be two or three instances of two hearts being made one L B Ray who teaches at Gunns Chapel was very much interested the other day in hearing ills grandfather Wm also a former teacher at that place had in a different district written for coming to without an arithmetic the multipli cation table See it in her trunk 52 and remains in perfect Boecat Respect Old Its shameful when youth fails to proper respect for old age but just contrary in the of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how and irrespective pf old age TDyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield M this perfect Pill 25o at MG Roberts Drug Store 1m 100 per aids errushing postage f I itas I I I I WmFinnell and t To ten little girl him it case t f tJE Lancaster Record feed Mr Rather put condition Age show the severe r- JT riagTr4 7 ar PItEAUHEIlSYlLLE J L Anderson will leave in a few days for St Louis W II Brown and wife are visiting Dr Brown at Stanford Bob Horton of Illinois was here for a few days last Week G W Evans will go to Florida next month to spend the winter Mrs Lena Richardson who has been sick for some time is better now Miss Mattie Corminey of Rowland was her uncle J F Payne last weekR Ragan attended the funeral of Rev Henderson Young at Highland last week Miss Callie Horton of the Interior Journal force has been with home for few a days MrT J Smith ot Madison county bought 55 nice feeding cattle last week for 3 to 3i cts Miss Eliza Anderson of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs F F Cummins and Mrs G A Brown Mr J C Fox has been suffering a great deal for the last week with a carbuncle on his neck Miss Susie Thompson of is visiting her cousins the Misses Thompson for a few days Little May Rigsbv oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Sol Rigsby who has been quite sick is thought to proving The sale of W B Bennett was well attended and things sold well Corn brought 215 cows from 25 to and land from 40 to 45 per acre The meeting at Harmous Lick Sunday with 25 additions The preaching was done by Rev Tye of WilliamsburgThe Rev H B Cockrill in St Louis last week was sad news to his many friends here where he so often visited He died of black small pox Mr John C Horton Sr died at his home here last week after a prolonged illness Was buried at Stanford The family have our sympathy in this sad hour of bereavement BEUNA VISTA Chas Robinson bought of G H Ruble a bay horse for 150 Miss Jennie Skinner was shopping in Danville Saturday The Misses Askins visited relatives near Burgin last week Hemp seed is selling here at 200 corn delivered at 225 G H Ruble and Irvine Christopher attended the horse sales at Wilmore Monday Mrs Ed Aldrich and little daughter Esther of Covington visited Mrs Poor last week The house of Jack Houlk was last week Nearly all their goods and clothing were burned Mrs Ben Perkins has returned to her home in Middlesboro Her daughter Miss Minnie accompanied her as far as Danville A series of meeting will begin at the Presbyterian church 2nd Sunday The pastor Dr Waller will be by Rev Joseph Hopper Corn gathering and spreading hemp is the go now W M Moberley sold to Lemon Tea ter one dry cow for 22 Mrs Janey Watts and Mrs Annie Walker of Jessamine visited Mrs C M Moberley last week C M Moberley sold some fat shoats to Victor Lear for 4 Jersey On The Falls City boat has to run on account of low water The river is lower than it has been for sev eral years Mrs C M Moberley received word from Kansas of the death of her sis ter Mrs Mary A Werner which red the 22nd ult A Heavy Load To lift off of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Sour stomach belching gason and disorders of the stomach that are curable are instant ly rellevedand permanently cured by the use of Kodol SP Storrs a druggist at 297 MaIn New Britain Coon says Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is giving snch and Isvso surely the positive relief and subsequent cure for this distressing ailment Ifeelthatlam always to satisfy and gratify my customers by recom mending It to them I ttyis to show how well remedy is spoken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific ex perl men ts and will positively stomach troubles Sola by R E V i Mt Vernon 33 closed burned household assisted ONE for4cceased street other j b t bets ffi occur that load stomach Cnre universal satisfaction becoming ante write the cereal site alps y 7 FLATWOOD J C Fox bought 2 fat cattle from W H Furr for 2 a hundred W H Furr sold a steer to John of Madison for2i a hundred Mrs Lucy Worrell of this is very low with consumption W H Furr bought 200 bales of hay from Harve Payne for 45 cents a hun dred pounds Hedge Hawley of the Union neigh borhood died of pneumonia last Tues day morning There will be preaching at Lawson Chapel Sunday and Sunday night by the pastor Rev Jordan J C Fox bought 8 fat hogs from Wm Coldiron for 4c and also 5 from J C Clause for the same price W H Furr let out 10 head of young cattle to Joe Lawson to winter and graze next year for 3c a pound for all that he puts on them At W B Bennetts sale a crib of corn brought 2 15 per barrel sold to Baylor Holtzclaw 20 acres of the farm sold to Web Faulkner and Jim Rogers for 42 per acre I MT HEBRON Master Irvine Dean is on the sick list Mr Lewis Lumay is very low with pneumoniaMiss Montgomery was with home folk Sunday Mr Willie Grow and wife were the guests of Mrs E F Scott Saturday night Rev A T Woolford of Louisville preached at this place Saturday and SundayMiss Dewitt Montgomery of Lex ington is with her grand mother Mrs George Bruce Many people in this vicinity are water for miles and stock wa ter is very scarce Mr J R Lawson of Raven wood Mo and Mr James Flanery of Va are quests of Mr Lawson Mr Ira McQuerry and Miss Lucy Barclay were married las Wednesday Rev G W Thompson officiating Sanders and wife Saturday and Sun dayMiss Virginia Watts who has been with friends in ttis locality for sever al weeks returned to her home in Nicholasville Saturday A Runaway Bicycles Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Ganer Franklin Grove It developed a stubborn ulcer unyield ing to doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured It just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at McRoberts Drug Store lin Half tried is twice condemned neighborhood 11 E II littledaughter IiI III vv Harris hauling U A T Arterial and Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit A BEAZLE I I alIj I L UNDEFTARER A B JONES Broker arid Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks Bonds Grain Pro visions and Cotton Private Wires to Cincinnati New York and Chicago Ollice on Third Street in Farris Build ing Free telephone service to customers All trades Guaranteed OOOOOO0000000000000000000000 I I I i I I I t oooeoooooooeooeoooppeoooooeooo Great Millinery Display- We extend a most cordial invitation to the ladies to inspect our pretty Millinery which doubt is the Nobbiest Prettiest SwellestE- VER BROUGHT TO LANCASTER PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS J F LEAR I calland beyondany J nU1U 1U1U U lUU U U U U U IUU lUU U U U U nrnfmnrnrmnrnrnrnnvmnrnnnmmnrnti9rnrnrnrnnum We are the LEADEES We have the prettiest line of of uptodate styles in LADIES HEADWEAR in Central Kentucky and we want you to see our LOVELY HATS THE MARVEL MILLINERY STORE Miss Ada Dickerson b r To The bADIES We have now opened and displayed our st ockof Fall Millinery and take great pleasure in calling your attention to the great display of Tie Prettiest Millinery We have correct styles and shapes and our PRICES THE MOST REASONABLE Come see us Siil lie n t Till e t 040 I Frisbies Drug Store 1= = 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 DRUG STORE f i1r B B 8 88 i Winter Buggy Robes I Very Cheap Wagon Breeching Wagon Lines Wagon Col 1 lars of all kinds 1 you money on Buggy Harness 1 Back Bands Collar Pads the best 25c jg ftOld Hickory Wagons at a Bargain Buggies Surries Phaetons Roadwagons PRICES LOW DOWN Cart save I Bridlescheap t TIJLQREIII fWI fiIJI IiIiii IiII lJlI tii c P OMANS Li y 5 J- r5 o f McWhorler Estridge PAINT LICK KY IN OUR FALL ann ill We are selling the best line of Dress goods ever in Paint Lick at remarkably low prices OUR CLOAKS FURS and ready made goods are also at y tracting attention all in correct Ip styles at correct prices p Gentlemen are pleased with our line of Overcoats especially our Rain M Coats Our prices are putting the gj celebrated Cielette rainproof coat within the reach of all McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY i I jl H Ib f r1it lX L0 i 0Y IiI y s mALL I I W WINTER Stock II W r 13 II fl 1 1 f3 w t F rt t 0 4 t i Eli I p l a o moth- proof I r f 0I E I31 r Special Notice account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home to cut out card and bring it with them to the office at Richmond I will do all the work you have at the following prices Teeth Extracted 25c Amalgam and White Fillings 50c Large Amalgam and White 75c Gold Fillings 1 and upGold Crowns 4 large 5 The best set of teeth that can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TELEPHONE No 4 L f I I I f r On f Cotr i R E McRoberts Signs The Bond for Dyspepsia Costs NolliluKjril Falls The guarantee given with Mio na is no ordinary promise It is a guarantee bond signed by your own druggist a reliable firm right in this town f GUARANTEE BOND We hereby agree to refund the money nalil return o empty If the purchaser lellsustbal to cure or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two boxes or a months treatment Price 6le per box Signed A few doses of Miona will strengthen the nerves of the stomach so that the appetite wilt return and you will be started on the right road to health Ninety three per cent of chronic diseases begin with dyspepsia Cure the dyspeptic troubles regulate the digestion anb avoid the fate of chronic invalidism Remember you run no risk in using Miona R E McRoberts warrants it and it costs you nothing unless it cures Man cannot lift himself by his bootstraps but many a man has himself down with a corkscrew The Provident Saving Bank Trust Co of Cincinnati have separate for each branch of their business a Bond Department Safe Deposit Box Department General Banking Department and a special department handling deposits of out oftown people r IIIOUR Natures I on l pulled departments MIamt S a i v I l Bargainsl in 1 BUGGY ROBES and Heating Stoves I j 5f i S g j E 1 Get ur prices v American Fence h- MO NT 1C r on k Q r LLISINe r Shelby Tribble of Jelllco a via itor here Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Myers of Richmond visited Mrs Singleton Miss Ella Dunn of BrodLead is vis sting FT M Ballou Mrs I R Mount has been visiting relatives in Harrodsburg Miss Sallie Noel of Danville visited Mrs U D Simpson Sunday Senator George T Farris was at home a few days this week JUTS Maria Kirby has returned from a visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville visited Miss Jessie Doty Sunday Mrs Henderson of Paint Lick was the guest of Mrs R E McRoberts Misses Ethel Walters and Ida Stone visited Mrs John Meier of Danville Misses Veil Bourne and Bessie Gul ley are visiting in Lexington this week Arnold has returned from- a delightful visit to Mrs Black of Knoxville Miss Betsy Myers West and brother Robert from the St Louis fair Monday Mr J T Williams went to St Mary Ky Sunday where he entered his son Ed in Mrs Ross Burnside of Barbourville is visiting her parents Squre and Mrs W H Kinnaird A beautiful picture of Miss Marga ret Tomlinson appeared in Saturdays Louisville Times Tom Ward went to Memphis Sun day in charge of a car load of J Hamiltons horses Miss Lora Minor of Hagerman Caupbell College was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jerry Frith and Gov McQuerry Frith of Brodhead visited relatives here the past week Elder F M Tinder and wife are re ceiving congratulations the ar rival of a little son Mrs J E Stormes and little Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn are visiting friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden and little son of Danville were visitors of Dr Herring and wife Sunday Harry Anderson who is attending Business College in Louisville is at nome for several weeks visit Mrs Brown and little daughter Christine of Nicholasville are her sister Miss Ada Dickerson Mr Joe S Haselden who is now in Louisville as an agent for the Hoselden Filter Co was here Monday Miss Ethel West has returned from a very pleasant visit to relatives in Missouri and a visit to the St Louis FairMrs Jonas Rucker has returned to her home in Ford after a visit to her sisters Misses Lillian Maggie and Bessie Shugars Mr and Mrs J B Robertson and lit tie son John Berry of Quanah Tex have been the pleasant guests of Mr J T Conn and family The wedding of Mr and Miss Margaret Holtzclaw occurr ed Friday afternoon at the home of the brides parents Rev Ellis offi elating Middlesboro Record W J Kinnaird wife and child left Tuesday for their home at San Antonio Texas Mrs Doom accompanied them as far as Knoxville Richmond Register Miss Adams visited her parents in Sunday Messrs Wilt and Green Clay Walker of Lancaster attended the funeral of Mrs Florence Walker yesterday The entertainment at the Antioch church the past week given by Miss Daisy Steadington was greatly enjoy ed Miss Steadington is a charming and interesting reader The Christian Endeavor of the church gave reception Frl day evening at the home of Frisbie Coffee and sandwiches were served It was enjoyable affair The Christian Endeavor convention meets at Moreland Wills week The following delegates from here will at tend Misses Lizzie Brown Mattie Thompson Frankie Kauffman Mes dames E C Gaines F P Frisbie and Eld F M Tinder The junior class reception on evening ia honor of the Senior class was one of the handsomest affairs of the season The rooms were most beautifully decorated with white yellow and pink chrysanthemums All were in exquisite white toilets and the walls of the great room made a most effective background Danville News Miss MaymeBal lard of Bryantsville passed through this city yesterday en home from Lexington Miss Lear of Paint Lick was with Mr and JP Frank yesterday Mr William Noel and bride arrived In Danville Sunday from wedding trip and are domiciled at Dr Dunlaps on Third street Mrs Victor Lear pave handsome dinner Sunday In honor of Dr W S Beazley arid wife as a farewell to as they comtemplate leaving month for Los Angeles Cal to reside White chrysanthemums used in profusion throughout the rooms and o room wijwe tb ntArw 4 t Ie p P RSONALS MIsS Rella Mreturned I visit- Ing located C T Lancaster Pre byterian Mrs an unusally Monday rose a J r rfi S Gays s was Mrs school over Brunie Cal Alma their t were din def s a r e F Mrs hem this ltci i dinner was served The following guests were present Messrs and Wfes dames W S Beazley James Beazley W R William Lear and Elder F M Tinder Misses Grace Kinnaird Mary and Martha Gill gave a Halloween party Monday evening in compliment to their guests Misses Margery Drew of Portsmouth Ohio and of Ironton Ohio Misses Gill and Kinnaird understand the graceful art of entertaining Society guesses quickly when It has such hostesses at the helm and the company joyously enters the realm of pleasure White and yellow chrysanthemums were used in profusion throughout the rooms and in the dining room where a delicious luncheon was served BRYANTSVILLE Mr J M Smith spent Sunday with friends at Sal visa Miss Mattie Mae Leavell is visiting friends in Mlllersburg Mr J M Hutchlnsonof Salvlsa spent several days here last week Mrs James and Mr Burnside were in Lexington last weekMr and Mrs Jack Dunn have return ed home after a Visit to friends in IsTille Mr W J Hogan had the misfortune to lose a very valuable horse a few days ago Mrs Eugene Berkele entertained quite a number of friends at dinner Thursday Mr and Mrs Newton Davis of Am brose were the recent visitors of Miss Eliza Ison i Mrs Fannie Bryant is at spending several days with friends in Lancaster- Miss Mayme Ballard has returned home after a months visit to relatives inLexingtonMr Homer Combs of Jes sanaine were the recent of Mrs Will Glass Mrs Margaret Gallaherhas returned after a visit to Miss Clara Hayden of Tomlinson has gone to Lexington to take art at Campbell Hagerman College Mr T C Adams has gone to Sardis Ky to accept a position as in the bank at that place Mr Edwin Pettus of Washington City and Walter Pettus of Somerset have been with their brothers Messrs R W A Pettus Mrs Martha Saddler who has been seriously ill for the past week Isslow ly improving Mr Sam Saddler has Pettus Bros for hats and caps 10 21tf Ball Band Rubber and felt goods at Pettus Bros Try a few 11 4 If When you need hosiery buy the Black Cat at Pettus Bros 10 21tf Pettus Bros pay the highest mark Why sell your eggs and chickens to hucksters when you can get a better price at Pettus Bros Store 11 4tf When you go to buy your winter shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their stock they can suit you 1021tf MARKSUUltY Mr R A McGrath is erecting a new barn Mr M G Aldridge is moving hs saw mill to Mr Carriers in the Bend Kinnaird Bourne bought of C A Robinson one hog and shoafs for Miss Margaret Durham is the week with relatives at Crab Orchard Mr Ben Hughes wife and daughter of Lancaster visited relatives here last week Mrs Currev of Lancaster was the guest last week of her daughter Mrs CA Rtbinson A number of our farmers are bav ing artesian wells made on account of the scarcity of water Misses Aggie Bourne and Miller of Bettis visited Mr Kinnaird Bourne Friday and Saturday Dr Acton and Rev Ellis of attended services at the Fork church Sunday evening Mrs Sallie attended an elegant dining given by Mr and Mrs Eugene Berkele at Bryantsville Thursday The many friends of Mr and Mrs J B Kemper are glad to see them at home after spenting two years with relatives ip Louisiana and Oklahom The supper served the ladies of the Fork church evening was much complimented A number from Lancaster and Danville attended The ladies cleared 845 Rev S P of Shepherdsvllle delivered two sermons at the Fork church Sunday to audiences Rev Martin accepted the to preach here and will begin bis pastor al work January 1 Not a Sick Hay See taken severely sick with kld trouble I tried sorts of medl does none of relieved One day X ad of your Electric Bit ters and to try that taking a doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was eatlrely cured andBave not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver Kidney troubles and general Debility Thte i what BF Bass of Fremoat a writes Only fiiBb E JS r i l oU Martin Burn lde Lop I I visitors JessamineMiss bookkeeper Hand spendIng produce 1000 spend- Ing Lancaster 11 uI swan Aft Jit j t j0 t rs t l Cook Bessie Walker homeaft 3t six fox Friday Martin attentive call Was nay all which men determined few have jK tiritg t r ana Buts r w Business and Bargains Notice to Taxpayers I am ready to collect taxes and you will save money by calling and settling before the penalty is added dune in a few days Please call and settle at once W L Lawson S G C Eggs Wanted R L Jennings is showing a very line of dress goods cloaks and furs 107 The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the Smith Currey Agts Hyacinths Tulips and bulbs have arrived from Holland will sell J C Thompson Paint Paint We handle every varnishes and can prices 9 9 Frisbies Drug Store Why buy ready made 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 See the handsome wrist bags and Worlds Fair bags at Miss Ada Dick ersons Marvel Millinery store o7tf Dentists Office over Thomp oaa store Danville ft Please call and settle your accounts 4 29tf Beazley F ris Homegrown celery for sale Fine 10 28tf J C Thompson We have the lire of Fountain Syringes Bulb Hotwater ever shown 99 Drug Store Window Glass r Let us sell you what window glass you will need before col i comes Our prices are Frisbies Dru f Store Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all kinds of tine seeds for sale Dont for get to see us before buying Sun Ginseng seed for sale will make low price on seed to interest you Easily grown and worth from to 000 per acre seeds and roots at G year old J C Thompson 10 7 1000 Suit For All I have arrangements by which I cat make you a suit to your individual measure for Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill Wanted to rent the O W Shugars residenceuntil Jan 1 1905 Apply C McWhorter of O W Shugars 10 28 tf Public Sale sold my residence 1 will on Saturday Nov 5 at mv home sell to the highest bidder all my household and kitchen furniture All in good condition Sale begins at one m W S 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 Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye 715 tf J T Williams Sons For Rent One 8 room house with 2 acre lot on Lexington ave Apply to J F Robin son at the National Bank 1021tf The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round to California Aug 15 to Sept 9 good until Oct23rd Also low one way colonist rates to California and North west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf Timothy Seed and Blue for Sale Home grown Banks Hudson tt Timothy Seed and Blue Grass seed for Sale Banks Hudson tt That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send trial bundle We will call for your work 1C 14 LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Eqmeitiii HDimi ftipaiies Aetma Qaeen JIarMriCwuwticmt 6er BreekljMjUJwamkee New UiderwTltors ll J L 1 q w S BE4ZIEY G C FA 1 Beazley Fails J l J 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See Our New Booklet f f ttt Mt M J S ROBINSON Vice Prest Commenced Business July 19OI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention toall business entrusted to us BAlI arMw Sent oa Applicattoa est ia added January and July and compounded ne wit m tt iGkMiker X Crameree 10m CO iJ confidential Hli Claeinatlr 0 1t v v There is a form of weakness to which women are which is responsible for much general illhealth and it is known as female From this local cause can be traced the slow advance of failing health which not infrequently leaves 5 the woman a chronic invalid No woman should allow womanly diseases to progress without proper 3 treatment The trouble is that j diseases progress often because of im proper treatment 1 Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription I can be relied on as a safe and sure cure I for womanly diseases It establishes i regularity dries unhealthy drains heals e inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness It makes weak S women strong and sick women well 1 My health is the best now that it has been of Ira Cayuga Co N Y Box 52 I have l 7f i t i 2 ftJ 1 Mllpb t if J ll unhappiness for four years writes Mrs Pliebe Morris tt t t1ken hut two bottles of your medicine weakness I N Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery These medicines have done me more than all that I have taken I could do work only about half the time and now I can work all the time for a four Before I took your medicines I was sick in bed half the Dr Pierces Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery most wonderful the Weak and sJck women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works won ders for weak women Keep the bowels keaSlby by the timely use of Dim Plercos PSsesant Pellets Ifamily- of time Myadvice to all who are troubled with female weakness is to take F the med J I V I land Stock Crops The exports of cattle during tile eight months ended August 31 1904 were 418865 valued at 2844144- 0Eirly corn has made an abundant crop but the late crop Is rather short by reason of the continued dry much of it has been cut and shock ed Shipments of corn from Argentina for the October 1904 were 3576000 bushels against 32Hi 000 bushels the previous week and 2228000 bushels for the week last year From time to time we hear about hogs being killed as a result of salt and brine One man says that in his the ice cream makers threw out the salt from the freezers and the hogs ate it and died Other hogs aLso drank the brine from it and died There is no necessity of putting the matter to the test A little salt is a good thing but no doubt that a great deal of salt will kill almost any animal There would seem to be no mystery connected with the killing of pigs bysalt when it is eaten in large quantities Farmers Review A strange disease has broken out among cattle in Bourbon county The Paris Democrat says J M Russell lost the past week four fat cattleeach 1400 pounds and has another one sick Two vetrinarie have examined them and can give no cause for their death They first go mad paw up the earth and fret them selves to death It is supposed to be brain fever brought on by drinking impure water We haye been asked why more of our farmers do not cultivate broom corn A limited quantity is raised in tins county mostly for local consump tion no more profitable crop could be grown if the improved method of wes tern growers would be adopted One of our farmers who has been the crop in Illinois the past two weeks is very enthusiastic in re gard to the matter He will put in a large crop next season and claims that it will pay more than double acre for acre than the best tobacco grown Winchester Democrat rThe farmer who is in favor of the Growers Association and still refuses to sign is the worst enemy in the cause If the Association fails it will be through this class of producersand when the combine has the farmer completely its mercy they will have the balance of their in which to kick themselves for their failure to help when help would have meant success and success would have meant deliv ance from the tyranlcal rule of tobac co trust Mark this prediction if the Association falls this year when every thing is ripe for success tobacco will go begging at an average of less than 7 cents and another year will put it to 5 less The Conti nental may pay a reasonable price this yearjust to kill the Association good and dead but look out next year And the next Dover News FROM SOUTH AfltlCA New Way of Using Chamberlain Cough Remedy Mr Aurthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that Remedy is a cure suitable for old and young I pen the following A neigh bor of mine had child just over two months old It had a very bad cough and tile parents did not knovvwhat to give it I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick apd cured the baby This is for sale by Frisbie Drug Store im The best way to forget old age is to haye a joyous childhood to remember Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are becoming a favorite for stomach troubles and constipation sale brffrisbles Drug Store 1m weather week ending corresponding vicinity there is weighing about cents r putsome relief remedy a rc F f I investigating li 4 For Letter From Arizona Ed Record The Record brings me the doings and changes of faraway and fair Lancaster that lean only get through your independently discuss ed and reliable paper The Garrard and Lincoln Colony who came to this valley eleven years ago are only by Capt Scott Bub Farris and Mr Eph Pennington but there are many Kentuckians here some of them in politics and others in civil pursuits and none that we meet look hungry My husband and I do not complain at all of Arizona for we have graduated from tenderfoot to old timers and we have many good laughs at the tenderfoots expense Almost every who comes to Arizona that remain until their corns are good and well remain and build permanent homes but many with poor crippled up feet return to pappy mammv and the old home We receive numerous letters from Kentucky asking us to secure for the writers softly lucrative and nent employment and we have inva riably replied We see little hope for you either in Arizona or I forgot to say that Mr Eph Iliggins is still here and doing well We would ask to be remembered thro the Record to our many acquaintances and a few friends especially your dear little wife her family and yours I hope to visit Lancaster in the near future for to me will ever remain the dearest spot on earth outside of Phoenix Arizona Respectfully your old friend Mrs Belle Scott DlNaMtroiiM VrccliS Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and tile same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs ana Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat and Lung diseases by McRoberts druggist Price Trial bottles free 1m Hawkins Gives Up President Hawkins of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association has published a card in which he says the whole thing is a failure The finan cial backers of the Association have demanded a show down by Nov 5th and the required per cent will not have been secured by that time The failure he attributes to the apathy of the farmers who have decided they will tamely submit to the oppression of the Trust He says The Trust agents know that we have not got enough and have changed their song Fifty million pounds more raised this year than last and we have enough to do us a year They will let you down easy to about seven cents and I tor one am not sorry Chamberlains Cough Remedy Plcnkuut to Take The finest quality of granulated loaf sugar is used in the manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation give it a flavor similar to maple syrup it quite pleasant to take W Roderick of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and can truthfully say itis the best prepa ration of the kind I know of The children like to take it and it has no injuries after effect For sale by Frisbies Drug Store 1m Call on R L Underwood for your groceriesas he pays cash for all country produce 1021tf Do not forget that good cellery at 1021tf Joe Faulconcrs Pony Wanted Good gentle pony to ride to school 1028 tf Anna Belle Burnside Point Leave R L Underwood pays cash try produce 10 21tf represented one Kentucky i 50c and 100 I mak- Ing I f tT L i rf fl 1 t rtperu I Mi- L 11 fore iw c A tittle Sermo bya Ws Sin otJ Who Knows a ThIng op Two Parents of those urchins who have been keeping up so much racket on the streets of Lancaster should read the following from the SunSentinel Tuesday night I met a lot of boys The youngest was not over seven and I doubt if there was one in the gang over ten years of age Why dont you boys go on home and go to bed I asked Because we dont have to you old duller was reply And Ive been wondering ever since if the parents of those children en courage them in their wayward course After considerable thought on the subject I am convinced that they do not by overt acts or direct counsel but by their failure to exercise the pa rental prerogative A man said to me not long ago and I shall not question the wisdom of his remark If I had a boy who per sisted in running the streets at night would either break him of the habit or break his neck Merely a figure of speech of course but it serves to intensify the importance of looking after our boys The boys who uses the expression Because I dont have to is the one who would spit in his fathers face and rob tile pantry while his mother split kindling wood He is the one who as he grows older will cultivate a rakish foretop smoke cigarettes and wear his hat on the back part of his head He is the one that will go on and on from bad to worse until his name will shine only in the list of offi cially recognized toughs and he is the one who will after a while in some awful moment and with reckless abandon break the hearts of father and mother and bow their silvery heads in grief and shame But who shall measure the love and of the parental heart Who shan estimate the weight of sorrow and bitter anguish summed up in tile reflection that it might have been different The writer of this does not pose as a criterion of correct habits He is merely a plain every day citizen who believes in the proper training of the youths of the country and the com mon brotherhood of men and who begs the privilege of giving this bit of advice to parents KEEP YOUR itovs OFF TIlE STREETS AT NIGHT Advance in Hemp Lexington hemp out look is better now than it has been for a long time said Mr W J Loughridge president of the American Hemp Company yesterday The Canadian llax crop is short Flax cannot be raised in Canada without cheap labor and most of the cheap labor of that territory has crossed over the line Into this country The Russian hemp crop is 50 per cent short The Italian hemp crop is about 30 per cent short There has been a strong ad vance in India hemp or jute as it is called Another tiling tobacco prices have been so high for the past two years that farmers have found it more profitable to raise tobacco than to raise hemp and consequently the hemp crop in this country is not so large as it would have been The price of hemp now is 5 25 but Mr Lougbridge expects an early increase Best Papep For Ladies The Ladies Home Journal 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 Lost Watch 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 need them in our business Marksbury Son PUBLIC SALEO- n FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 1904 Having dissolved we all our Stock Crops andFarming Implements on the J F COOK FARM Five Miles East of Stanford Ky 25 Tons Sheaf Oats 15 Tons Mixed 500 Shocks of Corn 210 Shocks of Fodder lot ofCarpenter and Blacksmith Tools Binder Mowers Drills Cf ru Planter Harrows Plows Wheat Fan and other farming Implements 1 Steel Tire Buckboard 1 Bike Runabout 1 thebestHerd of Registered Berkshire Hogs Herd of Poland China these herdsare sows and pigs boars and gilts weighing from 125 to and from damsof the best herds in Kentucky and Illinois and close in blood to Fair winners Herd of Short lIons Cattle con of cows and yearling and weaning calves CO Fat Hogs weighing about 175 lbsG good Cows some of them fresh3 Pairs of good work Muli 1 Mute Colt 1 Percheron 3 and 5 oldWeight 1350 Ibs each and workers4 Saddle Mares well broke and bred to pres Some good Mute Mares 1 German Coach Stud 7 old 2 Saddle walkers 3 Registered Yearling died Colts by High Denmark 2 Registered Yearling Fillies by Highland 73- 0iTwo Year Old Filly by Highland Denmark load of unbranded Two Year Mares and Gelding Car load to five year old Mares andGeldings Some Indian Ponies well broken to saddle and harness Yearling Jacks 1 Jack Colt all black withpoints Salt commences promptly at 10 oclock a JD No reserve No postponement All sums 20 and under cash over 20 credit of six monthsNotes negotiable and payable at the First ity and lunch for alt Parties coming from a distance will at fit as our guests where they will find conveyance to For or further Information apply to JVF COOK Lexington jr Stamford Ky Col George A Bale Auctioneer L I oM the I forbearance LeaderThe profitably receive Pair a 7 Old Kanlas t e WOK r s t KI5R1EEl Ar sires ono dar percent 4 KERR si Curtis is preparing to move to his farm near Hyattsville Our friends Joe Simpson has gone to Lincoln county to buy stock Several of our neighbors are digging cisterns This is wise of them Mr and Mrs Nath Bogie visited the family of W A Wheeler last Sunday The contractors have about com the stone fence around Bethel church Mr Morris Ross sold a nice bunch hogs and shoats to L Woods at Si 30 to 4 GO Mr Conrad Jones of Illinois has home after an extended visit to relatives here Mrs T E Wheeler has returned home after visiting her daughter at Ohio who has been very sick Mr and Mrs Compton have returned to their home In Illinois visiting her mother Mrs Elizabeth Prewitt Uncle David Ross of your city was here last week and bought a nice horse from Mr Clifton Yanarsdall price Poisoned Booze In speaking of the sixteen deaths from poisoned adulterated whisky now under investigation by the New York Board or Health Secretary Robert M Allen at his headguarters in said People take their own risk when they drink whiskies which have been tampered with after being taken out of bond The chemicals used to give appearance and taste to imitation whiskies are poisons as well as the wood alcohol used in this case And distiller can have his pure bonded whisky bottled while in bond and astampalllxed over the neck by the Government authorities show ing that it has not been tampered with when the stamp is unbroken ana the people can escape the by demanding this protection The Fox Hunters The National Fox Hunters Associ ation lield trials will be held at Baids town the week beginning November 14 The derby for dogs under eigh teen months will be run lirst The meet held there in 1896 is considered the most successful ever held by the Association Every one attending can be assured of splendid running in a beautiful open and wooded country and we know of no place in Kentucky or elsewhere where tile red fox is more abundant An additional cup will be given both in the derby and all age stake If you want to do the proper thing you will go to the polls cast your vote then go home Dont stand around and gas Thats the easiest way into trouble Tile Best Liniment Chamberlains Pain Balm iscon sidered the best liniment on the writes Post Bliss of Georgia Yt No other liniment will heal a cut or bruise so promptly No other affords such quick relief from rheumatic pains No other isso valuable for deep seated pains like lame back and pains in the chest Give this liniment a trial and you will never wish to be without it Sold by Frisbies Drug Store 1m There are more hypocrits outside of the church than inside There is considerable difference making religion attractive and making religion profitable Dont forget R Underwood when you need fresh and fancy groceries 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 and proposes to maintain it 910tf HIckety pickety my black hen She comes in quite handy when All of us sit down to sup And the price of meat is up Id face the tigress robbed conrfs a But I wouldnt for a farm Approach the woman who just made Both blouse sleeves for one arm Washington Post FRISCO SYSTEM SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH MO WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION w TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY For descriptive matter through schedules and other needed Ucolars addresa HI McGUIRE DMTitieT FAMCNGM AGENT 38 EAST FeufrrH nicer CINCINNATI OHIO ez1I J E returned Hamilton IJa dell after saddle 110 00 Lexington often adulterations market between buyers IN An OKLAHOMA ple fa g NAB ted oft I par a u K d 1 0 0 OFFICIAL CALL Democratic Primary Election for the 18th Senatorial Dis trict Saturday Dec 3 At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of the 18th Senatorial district of Kentucky held at Dunvlllo Ky on Monday September 19 1904 present J F Hold man of Lincoln W M of Garrard It G Evans of Boyle and C F Montgomery of Casey On motion C F Montgomery elected secretary of meeting The following resolutions were adopted by said committee Be It resolvtd by the Democratic Executive Committee of this 15th 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 n m and 4 oclock p m for the pur poseof selecting a democratic candidate for State Senator from said district in the General of Kentucky 2 All democrats who are residents of said district and who are legal voters or who will be legal voters at November election 1905 ore permitted to vote in their respective precincts and are Invited and requested to do so 3 Every candidate who desires to have his name printed on the ballots to be used in said primary must deposit with Chairman of this committee on or before 12 oclock midnight 15 days before the date for holding said prim ary the sum of GOO to be used In delaying theexpenses of holding said primary election and 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 names of democrats registered at the last gereral reg istration to be copied into separate books as well as such democrats who become of legal age and qualified voters at the November tion 1905 as is required by l w 5 Said election shall be held in all respects is required by law for holding regular prim ary elections and a uniform ballot shall be used in every precinct and the chairman of s hereby authorized and to cause to be printed bouud and distribut ed to the various chairmen of the county com mittees the ballots for each county He is fur ther directed to purchase and distribute the chairmen of the couuty committees all the necessary paraphernalia for holding said prim ary election G 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 candi dates and to beats nearly equally divided as possible The officers of said primary elec tion will when the are closed proceed at to count the votes cast for each person for said office and after counting the votes they will return the ballots to the boxes seal Ing up the boxes and the sheriffs of the elec tion precincts will within the next two diys carry and deposit the boxes 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 tha number of votes cast for each person voted for for said ollice anti will place said statement In an envelope In the respect lye 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 to the secretary of the county committee at the courthouse in the time required by law to wit Within two days after said election 8 And on the next day after said returns the county committee shal meet and canvass the returns and certify the slime to the chairman of district committee which district committee shall on Saturday Dee 10th lOOt at 1 oclock A Min the city o Stanford Lincoln county canvass the returns declare the result and Issue a certificate of nomination to the candidate 9 The chairman of this committee Is direct ed to give public notice of this election as required by law and without delay 10 In the event there is a surplus remain ing after defraying the expenses of said pri iaryit shall be turnrd over to the various county committees composing the districts to be used for legimitc purposes 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 have with the conditions herein imposed by Nov 18th 19M then the chairman of the dis trict committee Is directed to reconvene the committee as soon thereafter as practicable at Stanford Kentucky and to declare such candidate the regular nominee of the party for said office and to issue to him certificate of nomination and election herein ordered will not be held 11 The order 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