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THE CENTRAL RECORDFIFTEENTH YEAR 9 LANCASTER KY NOVEMBER 11 1904 j DAY NUMBIlB33 k i F s C FRi Water IINSURES j- r Im keep your cistern J11 free from leaves IIn birds nests bugs and trash I of all kinds use Ha I ilter1 m IHASHrnNr M l1Ayu M1tI r fIIIA Pure 6oodllea1thI- B To r D Local Notes Now for Thanksgiving I The leaves are about gone Theturkey will soon be ripe JrckFrost is beginning to pinch Wise turkeys are seeking tall Urn The Rural Routes are a great bless Lancaster supply ot water is now assured The campaign orator must now go to work The Pythias meet eveiy Friday night Dr Beazeys sale was well good prices nalizfri If you cant speak well for your neighbor dont anything Store stoves are becoming more popular as the days become colder The price of coal remains low al though other towns are kicking about a rte Stanford and Lancaster teams play ed a tie game of football Friday five to live Wednesday the 16th Oyster sup per by ladies ot Grove church Chris tian Endeavor Remember the oyster supper at house Camp Dick Robinson Wednesday evening the ICth A phone has been placed at the de pot and is proving of great benefit to the public The number is 3G Fishermen have now taken up their station around the store stove and are catching some whalcsevery night Parents seem to have drawn the lines over the urchins as there is not near so much noise on the streets at night The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will have a bazaar and exchange at the post ollice Dec 17th tf Big Injun Rothwell is one of tie best Marshals the town ever had He plays no favorites and never runs off on mouse tracks The C E society will entertain evening in the lecture room of the Christian church The young people of the community are most cordially invited to attend I ber In I I KnighC of attended and ay I tollgate Friday Remember the R A Stone sale One fainijy living H miles from town is getting d inking water from a friends cistern in Lancaster Dont be sour or crabid and as mea as the devil Put on a smile or take a smile if necessary to cheer up Youll feel cotter Squire Sam Johnson raised thirty one barrels of corn on two acres of ground near town The ears were large and extra fine The will have candy and an exchange at the post otlice Tuesday before Tbankgiving Your patronage is earnestly solicited A charity organization should be formed to look after the deserving poor during the winter This would be better for all concerned The Chute coons will soon begin to work on the fences about town Its nothing unusual to hear of an entire panel being stolen in cold weather Thanksgiving Services The usual Thanksgiving will he held at 1030 a m this year in the Christian church Bro Ellis will preach the sermon The report that the turkey crop will be short is all a fake There are plenty of the toothsome birds in the country so say those who ought to know Sam Menefee the genial editor of the Danville Advocate accuses us of sending him that jug of water the Lancaster stage left at his office last week Didnt do it Sam Next comes the Democratic prima ry election to select a candidate for State Senator It will be held Satur day Dee 3 R L Hubble and M F Elkin of Lincoln are the candidates Ladies should be very careful about going near open fire places narrow escape from a severe burning and the loss of a residence in this way happened right here in Lancaster Friday Several towns in Central Kentucky are ordering compulsory vaccination This is the right sten and should be done in Lancaster Dont wait til the horse is gone before locking the stable door Will Sell Saturday We cal attention to the of Mr R A Stone in this issue He will offer some good property to morrow Saturday and if you want a bargain dont fail to attend W C se vices is I Saturday a T U Avery advertisement Our New Stock Of FALL and WINTER Clothing Overcoats is NOW xifcT Call now before the stock is pick ed over and the sizes broken We are making EXTREMELY LOW PRICES Terms Strictly Cash HT LOGAN The Record office is up I I I tI I I ShoesI I III I I liIu 7 tq printilg f of I y F b H j date ori job rr t a- L y Work in the first degree be con ferred at the K P Lodge tomorrow Friday night Every member is to be present The lodge is new in better shape than ever before Mr Banks Hudson has moved into jis new quartets at the Leave plan ing mill where lie has splendid facili ties for handling the large quantities of hemp wool grain etc which be buys Bought a Fawn In Garrard Winchester Zack Elkin who sdla his farm near the waterworks has bought the farm of T S Hagan in Garrard county 210 acres at 80 per acre Signs Fall lit Dry Weather Three big and a rain says the old proverbs but the frosts have been multiplied and no rain the man is weakening and predicts probable rain every day Our young friend Lewis Herndon who is working for Belknap in Louis vole received a promotion last week His many friends will be glad to hear of Snags luck as he is a de serving and young fellow FOP Thanksgiving The ladies of Baptist church will have an exchange at the post otlice Saturday before Thanksgiving Everything nice to eat at very low prices 2t BourneHumphrey Mr Wesley Bourne and Miss Nora Humphrey were married at the resi dence of Rev C S Ellis The contract tug parties reside in the Bourne neigh borhood and arewellknown and popu lar young people Bud James Luck Ilarrgdsburg Mr I C James returned Chicago Satur day night proud of his success there In the big horse show three first and two second prizes showing the horses of of Georgetown Lock Completed Lock No 10 at Ford on Kentucky river is completed and was thrown open to the passage of boats last Sat urday Work on and dam No 11 at Irvine is being pushed forward at a brisk rate Carroljton News Taken Down The Postle stock of hardware was offered at public sale Saturday after noon a bid of only 1000 being offer ed it was taken down This was not near half its worth This is a splen did stand for the hardware business Promising Lad A promising ypthjjnjerilus is Master Roger Aldridge the nine year old son of Malcolm Aldridge He has con structed quite a number of articles which would do credit to an mechanic His latest work is the construction of a pair of balance scales made of a can top and sticks two clay pigeons being used as the scoops Old EyeSore Gone The people of Lancaster owe a debt of gratitude to Mr C L Powell for tearing away the old Eason shack on Richmond street It was of the oldest houses in Kentucky and enough stone and lumber to build half a dozen houses like those constructed these days Theres no telling when it was built even Uncl Dennis Brown and Bob Kinnaird to remember when it was put up H B Northcott Moves Mr H B Northcott the poultry and produce man has moved his to the Leavell planing mill prop erty on Crab Orchard street where be has splendid facilities for handling his stock He will pay highest prices for poultry hides furs and everything in this line Remember that he will always have on hand lime cement and salt and will set the best coal ever brought to the very lowest prices Scarcity of Farm Help Farmers say they have never known help to be as hard to get nor have prices ever been so high Any kind of hand wants almost twice his worth he will work at all One farmer near town Is paying a dollar a day and three meals for hands to shuck corn know of one who last week not only paid this nrice but came to town in a every morning haul ed the negroes to his farm fed them then hauled them to town at night This waskept up until bis large crop of corn was shucked There are plenty of negroes here but not one in ten will work atany price The good ones are eagerly sought after and any man who can work and will work can get most any wages be wants Many farmers are renting their places moving to towns simple that they cannot get help to handle the This state of case exists all over Kentucky and every exchange com ing to our desk contains article on this In some towns a Rood cook is weight Jri gold while a boose a few peo pie can of the better class pf darkies have moved to ana an claim to get up there this claim misrepresent for If woulo work as bard and as falthfullysdowr here as they up there they would be worth money and get better pri Kentucky It te serious proposition to the farmers and house keepers and a problea hard to will Democrat he took Dr qran experienced one contained fall- Ing headquarters trat andwe fort e reason worth f i urged Democrat recently containing frosts However industrious the from lock market Lan Fit wagon and and crops subject her afford Many Inc as they better wages they they more chain avery lfg oat V cas ore Remember thatH B Northcott has removed to the Leaven Planing Mill property on Crab Orchard street Enterprising J B Conn finds that the number of calls after he closes at night is such that he has aphone in stalled in his residence No 04 Everything brought good prices at Dr Beazleys sale Saturday Capt Ike Dunn one of the best auctioneers In the South cried the sale When in Bryantsville stop at tars Josephine Boners and get the best meal to be found in Kentucky Rates reasonable and you will get the best meal you down Jo tf Mr Chas Ballew of the liyattsville neighborhood left a strange specimen of the feathered tribe at McRoberts store Wednesday and the hunters are puzzled to know what it is Beddow Morrow says it is a cross between the American eagle and a Shanghai roos ter Notice to Teachers Money for teachers will be ready at the law office of Lewis L Walker next Saturday Call and get your cash on that data Grove Church C E The Christian Endeavor Society of Pleasant Grove churce will give an oyster supper at the tollgate house Camp Dick Robinson next evening the i6th beginning at 5 oclock Admission 25cts Admis sion 25cts A splendid supper will be served and you should go and thus help a noble cause Important Notice After inside of this issue was printed a telephone message from Bryantsville stated that the supper at that place had been changed to Tuesday 15th Remember the date 15th and be there Millinery at Cost We have decided to sell all our Rea dyTo Wear and Pattern Hats at cost in order to close out our immense stock of these lines They are all beauties right up to date and will miss a rare bargain if you fall to get one The sale is so come early and get first choice The Mar vel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dick son 1111 tf Pretty Fence Mr has built an elegant iron fence in front of bis Dr Herring property The gate posts are hand somely designed and bearing his name for the place The Maples while the gates are of exceptionally pretty design He has rented the place to Mr Jennings for next year as he has not decided upon the style of residence he will build It will be a corker when he does build Death of Mrs Chesnut After a lingering illness Mrs T D Chesnut died at her home near Marks bury Sunday night She was a Miss Bixler and was born near Salvisa She was a devoted member of the Fork church and beloved by all who knew her One daughter Mrs Alexander of Hubble with the husband is left to mourn the loss In their great be reavement they have the sympathy of many friends in Garrard and counties Pure Water A Plenty The water now sent to town thro the mains is coming from a bigspring which has been discovered near the reservoir and not one drop is being taken the lake This spring ran only a little stream for quite a while but a little digging bas developed a tine flow of water and this is run di rect to the pool from which the send the waterto town It is as cold as ice and clear as crystal The lake by the way now has ten feet of water over an acre of land which is something remarkable when our sister cities havent enough to make a good old fashioned toddy Republican Landslide The returns from Tuesdays election shows a landslide for the Republicans all over the Nation Boose vel t will stand in the electorial college with 325 votes to Parkers 161 Parker carrying thirteen states all of which are Roosevelt carried every doubtful state Kentucky went Dem ocratic by the usual majority electing all Democratic Congressmen save hi Eleventh This the 8th District GG Gilbert to Congress by a majority of about 2500 Jas E Can trill defeats our townsman Capt Herndon for judge of Court of about 10000 The majorities in each state are far ahead of any in re cent years The Republicans will have control of both branches of Con grass by a large majority President Roosevelt announced Wednesday morning that under no circumstances would be be a candidate for reelec lion Rockcastle went republican isonlSO Boyle 261 dem ocratic Mercer200 democratic Ander 500 democratic Shelby 1100 dem ocratic Spencer 600 democratic 200 democratic Lincoln 63 demo cratic Bemoeratl Committee The Garrard County Democratic Committee is hereby called to meet at the court house IB Lancaster Satur day afternooe 12th at 2 oclock of importance t Goocb Chm G B SwinebroftdTS Cty MORE LOCALY OK iisi 4 I I I eversat Wednesday the you I now on J E Stormes I adjoining from Ien- gines elects Appeals 834Mad sa l9 Ii J Southern the democratic rich mine Nov Bi r t yi Qi ski s Election In Garrard Tuesdav was the most quiet election day ever experienced in Garrard The full vote was polled but the quiet modest way in which the voters went about the pulls was something exceedingly remarkable here in a county inch of ground is generally stubbornly contested In town there was not the slightest and must of the time there was not a corporals guard about the tot fug places or on the streets The us ual hub bub kicked up on the night of election was very conspicuous absence and the Public Square was as quiet as a country graveyard For this spirit advancement in lets give three cheers and a tigerThe votes in Garrard as correctly we can get it is as follows county wher every disorder civilization bits y s I C h ti There may be some difference found when the official count is made Friday but the above is not far from correct I addition to vote given above the IVnples ticket received one vote at Court House one at East Park and one at Union The Socialist ticket one vote at East Park one at West New Members of Council members of the City Council atTuesdays election These were the only names on the ballot LOST A of gold beads between AlecBeazleys town to Cen ollice and receive reward andone Beazley and received Cash or We have a large new line of Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs Jardinerres Clocks 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 r i I I Hamilton Dunlap I L J r i o We have handled the above BOOTEE for FIVE YEARS Our sales on them now are three times greater than at first R L JENNINGS Paint Lick t L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over room Prompt attention to business R Police Court S MILLIim The balance of our Millinery stock will be closed out for less than cost We still have some nice new styles in Ready to Wear Dress Shapes and Childrens Hats Come early and get first choice 0 XX OO OCKX 00 We are offering great bar gains in Ladies Misses and Chil and Furs THE teaiffry Goods J IrR 1 1 tCLOAKSIr drensCloaks I ill 4 riilri f till7 71 oO c e s l C y COMPANY Y4 4 fY k3 W I4 AVE NO We have the Handsomest Swellest and Best stock of in fact everything to be found in an uptotheminute dry gocds sioi e We sell at reasonable prices and resort to no fake sales or other tomfoolery to attract crowds to store In other words we rely upon merit c r m FAKE SALES lT1 DR GOODS FUHS UNDERWEAR COMFORTS BLANKETS LADIES SHOES HOSIERY IT he JOSEJPJB EB rJlYD COIIYJ Fi i J fry r R xdc I Y J i 1r 3 3 LOA K3 S and our r can cw ar t l t flii llsir1ifiP V AIfa sVawww a Dont forget the Bryantsville Kentucky Forty Dollar Range to be given away at our store With each 1 cash purchase you get a chance PETTUS BROS i ij I 11 I II II V 4 I DOMESTIC Better Than Ever The Star ThatLeads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialty Either Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark JKindly mention this paper I i N U 15 Swluebroa1 Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store IS IN LANCASTEREVERY White 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 v Q Ir I I s XITHE PHOTOGRAPHER FRiDAY U 1 Iicrt doa1 m aaanr anos C I Fancf Wood and Cabinet Mantels Tile Hearths and fa6ing We have a large stock of Mantles with and with out Cabinet and our prices will suit you See our Goal Vases and Fire Sets Heating Stoves of all kinds The best stoves on earth See the j InJ 4N I ij Mantel i WITH I I Radianttfoase iDoable t1e J III q 3J1 f ti wrtir r J r 4 f et- JHASELDEN am 5- 4aHdROBINSON rMai- f ts CENTRAL RECORD Jssiucd WceJtly roojcr Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClan Hail Matter Lancaster Ky November 1904 The hardest working Democrat In I Kentucky during the campaign Las been Senator James B McCreary of Richmond Nearly every day he could be found upon the stump the cause of his party and any where the committee ordered him he was on the spot at the time doing his level best for his party There is not one politician in live who will take the stump and make all kind of inconvenient trips to till dates unless he has some axe to grind fix up his own interests or lay plans for his own personal welfare But in Gov McCreary there has been none of this and he went from the sense of duty to his party No the Democratic in Kentucky has rendered more faithful serviceor done more unselfish work and the rank and file owe him a debt of tude The most quiet Presidential election in the history of the country was the one just held Brass bands windy or ators tons of literature and faithful work by the party newspapers failed to create that excitement usually with such races and the peo ple simply went along with their pursuits stopping only long enough to cast their ballots TIN working people of the country now use their own individual think shops to determine what steps to take in political matters and dont waste time listening to windy arguments by public speakers who only abuse and villify the fellow on the other side Now that it is all over with lets for set Roosevelt and Parker and all put a shoulder to the wheel and contii bute our little mite in upholding the best country the sun ever shone on Ve will wager thirty cents gin ger cake that lion John W Yerkes will either te invited into the next cabinet or be given one of the high est positions at Mr Roosevelts No one stands closer to the or is there a more popular gen tleman among the Republican leaders in Washington The report of Buffalo Bill on the trail of the Wyoming bank robbers read very much like the little yellow back dime novels the boys used to slip up behind the school book and read while the teacher thought them studying Say you never did that Gee what a whopper Mr Swallow the Prohibition for president received quite a large vote lie was not swallowed at r any rate but the increase in the Pro hibition vote was enough to make him feel like slipping out behind the woodshed and taking several swal lows A subscriber brought large pumpkins one day this week With an unlimited supply of pumpkin pie on hand what do we care about the result of the election Miss Eliza Rucker is visiting her brother in Ford Miss Fannie Henry is the guest of Miss Louella Arnold Mr Calvin Galloway of Lexington is with relatives here Mr and Mr Jack Adams of attended services here Sunday Miss Lutie Rothwell has returned from a relatives in Danville E W NorIs Js traveling for Kellogg Co of Richmond was in our town Monday Miss Allie Tribble whose school been closed some time began again Monday and Gallic Ad ams of the guests of Mrs John Terry Sunday Rev T P Martinis holding a pro tracted meeting in Fish Hall in which muchInterest is being meal fested Pearl and little daughter Elizabeth of London the guestsrof Mrs Pat tie Engleman Doesat Kcupeet Old Age Its shameful when youth tails to show proper respect for age but just the contrary In the case of Dr Kings New They off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective old Jaundice all yield to this perfect Pill 25cat M Store Vv im I I I advertised I hundred party grati- S business toa I asthree iP LicK t visit to who t has MissesNannie t daughterGertrude 3 plead- Ing main connected disposal president candidate PAIN1 Lancaster for teaching Richmond were are S old Life Pills cut Fever Constipation Roberts Drug Y Yy fY tr n a FLATWOOD Mesdames McQuery and Isa Lawson are sick W H Furr sold a milk cow to Sam Wilcox for 25 Geo Miller sold 4 hogs to Wm El more for 450 Nose Lawson sold Wm Elmore six 200 Ib hogs for 450 a hundred and one to Jim Miller for the Mrs Lucy Worrel died of Friday evening at five oclock The funeral was conducted at her res idence by Rev Jordan of the Metho dist church and the remains were in terred at Preachersville McCREARY Miss Lill Warner is visiting in Stan ford Mr Fred Hamin is in Somerset visit relativesMr Hill sold a horse to Mr Wm Burton for 82 Mr Jessie Gulley has returned from same consumption eprtce rte PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT I BEDNA VISTA Miss Lucretia kinner spent Sunday at home Will Scott has returned from the St Louis Fair J B Ruble shipped a lot of hogs to Cincinnati last week James Spilman left Friday for Abe lena Kansas stopping a few days at St Louis Several from here attended the meeting of the Maccabees at Bryants ville Saturday night and united with that order Mr and Mrs J B Ruble are attend ing the Fair Mr to go on from thereto while his relatives in Missouri Miss Sadie Taylor of Caldwell Col lege and Missee Cottun and Lanier of were the pleasant guests of Miss Bessie Saturday and Sunday Miss Virgie Worrell teacher at Lindendale School was called to the of her who has since died Friends extend sympathy to Worrell A Heavy Load To lift that load oil of the stomach take Kodol Cure It digests what you eat belching gason stomachand all disorders of the stomach that are curable relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cnre S P Storrs a druggist at 29 Main street New Britain Conn says Kodol Dyspepsia is giving such satisfaction and Is so surely becom positive relief and subsequent for distressing Ifeel that am always sure to satisfy and gratify iny customers by recom mending it to them write this to how well the remedy of here Kodol Dyspepsia was discovered after perimentsand postively cure all stomach tables Sole by B JJ MoBob i 1 wifevisits Bolton moth r I DyspepSIa macb j I OfSCI t will r J d Ji f Oklahoma Danville bedside Miss are instantly Cure universal lug the cure this ailment T show is spoken Clare years ez a visit in Lexington Miss Beulah Rainey was a visitor pf Miss Ida Ray last week Messrs J II Posey and J M Gay have returned from a visit to the Fair at St Louis Mr and Mrs Mike Ray and Mamie Dickerson and Ruth Ray of Buckeye visited Mr and Mrs S T Ilardin Quite a number of young folks ac companied by Mr and Mrs Virgil Lay ton went chestnut hunting last Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with trouble I tried all sorts of none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your Electric Bit ters and to try that Af ter taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kidney troubles and general Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N C writes Only 50c at R E McRob erts druggist 1m I I t I medI- cines determined Sunday kidney ililLIY Arterial and Cavity Embalming I Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor on Danville street just Presbyterian church Phone 111 A UNDERThKER above L Special Announcement We call especial attention to our present stock of Pretty Hats and cordially invite the ladies to come and get one of the handsome stylish hats we are now showing while our stock is large New Goods Received Every Day Yourpatrouage appreciated J 1 1 Sallie O Tilet j l- KKKK F I The season for FALL PAINTING is here We are the exclusive agent in Garrard county for RAINBOW PAINT the very best Paint it is possible to make If you have any painting to do come and see us We gurantee every gallon A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks Bonds Graio Pro visions and Cotton Private Wires to Cincinnati New York and Chicago OlTice on Third Street in Farris Free telephone service to customers All trades Guaranteed rOOOOOOOoo I I I I I I I I I I i i Building oooeoooooooooooooopoooooeooooe Our Stock is replete with Everything lew in toe EQillinery Line and we are showing the prettiest line of Hats ever brought to this sec of the state No Old Stock To Work Off We will appreciate a call whether you buy or not Make Our Store Your Heacquarters PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS J F LEAR UI1UUJUJ1U1UUUJUnH1 l1UUl1JUJhJUJUJUJ11 JU nrmmmnrmnrmmnrmnr jrnrmnnmrrnrnrnrn imunfm q r J11111111111111 STVliES are created every week but we keep and have every thing in Ladies in Correct Styles see us Marvel Store Miss ADA DICKERSOX u u f NEW JIj tRiht Up To The t Headwear i t 5 Calland d y ill e j Milliner i Frisbies Drug Store y r I 1 FRISBIES DRUG STOREI J A New Car Load Old Hickory Wagons Sr5 SEE OUR STOCK OF Fine Winter BuggyRobes I Very Cheap g Now is the time to buy a g BUGGY CHEAP 0 o i e Ii o I Elniore Ii of Ii ii pjoans LLi i McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY ALL IN OUR FALL 1 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 Mm tracting attention all in correct styles at correct prices jgpf Gentlemen are pleased with our line of Overcoats especially our Rain g Coats Our prices are putting the Cielette rainproof moth proof coat within the reach of all S McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY IiVrffljI rI- J 1 r0fJ l m i I I IJ ann WINTER Stock q Im I I J X I I I rn t I 1- n y L k p r 0 13 i o orated pcl- D ooooo o aooooooo oo t p Special Notice On account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home all residents of Garrard Co who cut out this 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 Tile best set of teeth that can be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TELEPHONE No 4 11 L j i tot 1 I i oooooa ocoooc ooooo00 l I I i 1 maker s 0 R E McRoberts Signs The Bond IIoiiaNatiir Tor Dynpepgln Coats Notlilug irit The guarantee given with Mio iia is no ordinary promise It is a guarantee bond signed by your druggist a reliable firm right this town GUARANTEE BOND We hereby Ib refund the imid on return of empty box the purchaser it has to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two boxes or a mouths treatment Price boe per box Signed A few doses of Miona will strengthen the nerves of the stomach so that the appetite will return and you will be started ou 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 McRoberts warrants it and it costs you nothing unless it cures WSBEAZfiEY J Dentists Office Thorap ons store Danville st Timothy Seed and Blue for Sale Home grown Banks Hudson tt lOW n I I I lellol us that I I I l f RE GC FARIS J Beazley Faris I Cure Fails I i agree money otm C 1 over rBargains in BUGGY ROBES and Heating Stoves m Get prices onv r- tjjti 5 American Fence MOUNT ELKIN our 1 IJ fP Ir i i r T t Il- wa s PERSONALS Dr Marshal Denny is at home days Miss Mattie Thompson is visiting relUivesin Hustonville Col W S Ferguson Covlngton has been here for a few days Mr William Collier of Tennessee was here to cast his vote Mrs J E Stormes is visiting Mrs Scott Hudson of Lexington Miss Hemphill of Nicholas villehas been visiting Miss Allie Arnold Mr Dolph Rice and wife of Louis ville were visitors here Monday Miss Burnett of Shelbyville is the guest of her brother Dr Burnett Miss Mary Thompson has returned from a few days visit to Moreland C McWhorter and son Harry were in Richmond Monday buying cattleMiss Jennie Kavanaugh of Paint Lick is with Mrs E C Gaines for the winterDan Traylor of Stanford was here this week mingling with his many friendsMiss Mary Arnold a student of Nicbolasville school was at home a few days Messrs Saufley Hughes and Henry Simpson were visitors in Stanford SundayMisses Carrie Sanders Willie and Bessie Pierce were visitors in Stanford last week Mrs Juliet Rogers and little son Joe have been spending a few days in CincinnatiMiss Hare of Nicholasville is the guest of her sister Mrs McClel land Johnston Mjsses Lottie and Mazie Faris of Kirks ville were visitors of Dr G C Faris Saturday Miss Margaret Tomlinson has from a very delightful visit to Mrs W 0 Bradley Miss Mattie Thompson gave a Thursday evening in honor of Dr W S Beaziey and wife Miss Mary Landram Burnside has returned from a visit to Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington Misses Eliza Anderson and Lillie Dale Grant have returned from a visit to friends in Preachersville Mrs W R Cook and son Robinson have gone to Hendersonville North Carolina to spend the winter Miss Hattie Doty is at home for the winter her health being so poor she was unable to hold her position Mr J L Anderson who has been here for a few days will return to Washington D C this week Mrs Mary Reid has recovered from her recent illness Miss Julia Reid who is quite sick is reported Miss Eliza Anderson gave a dinner Friday evening in honor of her cousin Mr J L Anderson of Washington D CMiss Bettie Anderson is visiting the Worlds Fair She will also visit her her sister Mrs Frank Bacon of Kan sas City Miss Margery Drew who has been the attractive guest of Miss Martha Gill returned to her home in Ports mouth Ohio Wednesday The many friends of Mrs Lewis L Walker will be glad to learn that she is much improved in health She left for Colorado Springs some weeks ago and has improved every day since her arrival there Misses Margaret and Joan Mount were charming hostesses Tuesday eve ning at a euchre party The home was beautifully decorated in yellow and white chrysanthemums The prizes were beautiful The evening was one of great enjoyment to the guestsMr F West f Washington City came out to stamp under the log cabin returning to his post of duty Wednesday morning Millard has a desk in the office of Commissioner Yerkes big heart and splendid character have won many friends for Millard It is with great pleasure that we the wonderful improvement in Aunt Susan Andersons condition As stated in a recent issue of The Record her shoulder was broken a fall The injury has so far as to allow the bandages to be removed and she will be out in a few days Richmond Register Mrs George D White has been elected a teacher at Caldwell High School vice Mrs resigned The new selection is a most happy one as Mrs White is one of the most cultured and ladies in our Community and will give the most pronounced satis factionMrs Landram who was so injured last week is improving though the wounds caused excru ciating pain All danger of perma nent injury is past and she will be out in a day or so We are deeply grate ful to those who proffered assistance and to the many friends who inquired as to her Louisville charming visi tor here this week was Mrs William Simpson Elkin of Ga who was matron of honor at the Bradley South wedding Mrs Elkin wasfor meily Miss Nellie Duncan one of the most popular girls In the State She of a family of delightful wow fora MrE returned dinner visiting better His genial manner improved A C intellectual mesA l z 1 few announce Wells severely have welfare Atlanta comes P- w en and sister of Mrs W 0 Bradley Mrs Banks Hudson entertained Fri day in honor of her visitor Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington The rooms were beautifully decorated in palms and autumn leaves An inter eating feature was the peanut contest in which Mr R L Davidson won the prize Miss Bessie Martin was the fortunate lady Miss Mary Gill carried oft the consolation Mrs Hudson prov ed a charming hostess and the evening one of great enjoyment BRYANTS VILLE Pettus Bros for hats and 10 21 tf Mr Taylor Mulllns was in Lexing ton this week Miss Norma Thomas has returned to her home in Louisville Ball Band Rubber and felt goods at Pettus Bros Try a few 114 tf Mr Houston was in Harrods burg Monday on business Mr Will Smith will leave in a few days for a trip to Oklahoma When you need hosiery buy the Black Cat at Pettus Bros 10 21tf Mr B D Ballard has returned from a trip to Martinsville Ind MrsHayden of Troy were the guests of Mrs Josie Boner for a few days Pettus Bros pay the highest mark ket price for all kinds country pro duce 115tf Mrs Will Glass entertained a of her friends very pleasantly WednesdayMiss Dunn of Danville was at home for a short visit to her moth er Mrs Atha Dunn Why sell your eggs and chickens to hucksters when you can get a better price at Pettus Bros Store 114tf Miss Annie Higginbotham has re turned home after a very pleasant vis it to friends in Madison Miss Pauline Arnold who Is teach ing at Herrings school house spent from Friday until Monday at home When you go to buy your winter shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their suit you 10 21fcf Rev W D Welburn has returned from a trip to St Louis and filled his regular appointment here Sunday eveningMr Boner of Mt Sterling was at home for a short visit to his family and also to vote as he still claims this his home Mr Hugh Tomlinson who has been attending State College was at home for a short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Kenny Tomlinson this week Miss Hester Patton who left a short time ago to attend school in Fort Worth Texas is very much pleased and is progressing nicely with her studies Mr and Mrs Eugene Berkele enter tained quite a numberof their friends at dinner This was the sec ond of a series of dinings and all had a very pleasant time The ladies of the Bryanlsville church have decided to give a supper at the Bryantsville Club rooms on the evening of Friday Oct 17th All are cordially invited to come and bring your friends About ten Maccabees came over Saturday from Lexington to attend the of the lodge that even ing and to initiate several new mem bees The visitors were entertained at Mrs Browns and given a splendid supper All of the members were present and they had one of the most enjoyable meetings since the Among the visiting Macca bees was Mr Ernest Bowvene of Lex ington who formerly lived here PREACHERSVILLE Miss Lena Miller been very sick W B Bennett sold a pair of mules to J C Fox for 200 Bob sold a 700 lb heifer to R F Jordan is with home folks atJobnsviUe this week Mrs Virgie Traylor is spending a few days with tier mother Mrs WP White Henry Miller bought 9 bbl of corn from John RIgsby for 8225 in the field J W Cummins who is on duty at Tyrone is with hoinefolks a few daysMr Adam Pence and wife of Stan ford spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J C Pepples- S L Anderson sold 200 bbl of corn to Cover and Willis of Crab Orchard for 82 25 delivered J B Hutchins and Walter Jordan the at Wales Chapel last Wednesday night Mr John Anderson who has been in the Philippine Island for four years here Sunday at Beazleys was well attended and enjoyable time reported Mesdames W H Cummins and JL Anderson will return this week from Oklahoma where they have been visit ing relatives Mrs Lucy Worrel who died the5th at Flatwood was buried here Sunday A large of friends followed to its final resting place No was more beloved she her children and friends ouirsympathy in sad Chamberlains Stomach Liver tablets becoming a favorite for troubles and Drug I I 116 lira caps Mrand number stockthey- can Friday Garrison J L 21c Rev I I unto 1 are stOmach O llii Td I evening Ballard meeting organization has Hutchinsat for attended debateI was visiting friends The entertainment schoolhouse a- very was procession the one than We extend this hour and sale by Yrleblee Store l Business and Bargains Please call and settle youraccounts 429tf Beazley Faris Homegrown celery for sale Fine 10 28tf J C Thompson R Underwood 10 21 U Do not forget that good celleryat 102ltf Joe Faulconers Call on R L Underwood for your groceriesas he pays cash for all country produce 10 21tf Turkeys Wanted good fat turkeysthis week and next H B 1111tf See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Dont forget R L Underwood when you need fresh and fancy groceries 10 21tf The Danville Steam Laundry wash as everything but the Smith Currey Agts Hyacinths Tulips and bulbs have arrived from Holland will sell 9 30 J C Thompson Paint Paint Paint tWe handle every thing in varnishes and can give you best 9 9 Frisbles Drug See the handsome wrist bags and Worlds Fair bags at Miss Ada Dick ersons Marvel Millinery store o7tf One 8 room house with 2 acre lot on Lexington Apply to at the National Bank 1021tf 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 Wanted to rent the O W Shugars residence until Jan 1 1905 Apply to E C McWhorter or O W Shugars Why buy ready made clothing get out of shapeand buttons come off when you can have a suit made to your measure foi J1000 J C Hemp hill 930tf We have the nicest line of Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes and Hotwater Bottles ever shown i 99 Frisbies Drugstore Window Glass Let us sell you what glass you will need before weather comes Our prices 9 9 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 Easllj grown and worth from 20000 to 30 000 per acre seeds and roots at 6 year old J C Thompson 10 7 1000 suit FOP All 1 have arrangements by which lean make you a suit to your individual measure for Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill Good Price FOP Eggs Wanted strictly fresh clean eggs Will pay twenty cents a dozen for strictly fresh Held stock lower H B Northcott 11 11tf 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 block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Notice to Taxpayers I am now ready to collect taxes and you will save by calling and settling before the penalty is added which will be done in a few days Please call and settle at once W LLawson S G C Residence FOP Rent The 5room dwelling known as the Beuge place on Crab Orchard street New house all necessary outbuildings plenty of water location Possession given January 1 I Hamilton 1111 tf The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round trip tickets to California 15 to Sept 9 good re turning until Oct23rd Also low one way rates to California and the North west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E tell you all about it see him tf House ForRent at Lowell Will rent house In my yard 2 rooms and kitchen Also stable rent for 84 56 per montb and three months rent in Will Hurt Jr Lowell 1111tf Best Paper FOP Ladies The Ladies Home Journal is far ahead of any thing In the reading line for ladles and grows in favor eve ry day Mrs Dollie Brown at store is receiving subscriptions and if you want the best paper published at lowest price call and see her 10 21tf Fine Hemp Lands Cheap Richest on earth More productive than anyin Kentucky Unimproved 5 to 810 an acre improved to 820 On railroad Fine climate Also tobacco oats alfalfa rice fruit and truck lands round rate Nov 22d For full information write Wm E Austin Co 1111tf Bay City Texas Farms For We have farms for sale in nearly every county in Kentucky Write us for list of farms It costs you nothing to buy through us Now is the time to list your farm for sale Write us for our plan of selling through local agents over Kentucky and adjoining states We also stores hotels mills Columbia Finance Trust Co Farnr Business Opportunity Dept it Ky Timothy Seed and Blue ee Banks Hudson ti A lot of Cfdar and Locust for ale Eomant Ic JII pays cash produce Nor hcott 1 nd Ices For Rent ave J F Robinson 10 28 tf be Core indow old are fight Frisbies Drug 1000 9 30 tf money Mrs Jas A Stormes will advance 15 15 e Sale for country pain Sire that forget prices Contains expect corn sugar Bale sell 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Seat oa catloa App All acounts in are conflden tial between the bank and the depositor Is added January and July and compounded Ik Pratt m tat i irasi fie Ckaatkev el Commerce K0g ClaclBaatl O Interest y l x i- yt More kocal The Turkey Crop In our last issue we had something about the turkey crop being short and high prices expected for Upon investigating the matter we find that the crop in Kentucky is above the average and in the West turkeys are more plentiful than in years This is not so bad and after all we will be able to eat turkey this News The Future Of South If cotton brings about ten cents for the next ten years said a thought full huiscess man in North Carolina the other day the South will again become as it was before the war the most prosperous section of our couutry 1 know of no industry in the world which will yield larger returns in pro poraion to the capital and the inteli gence required than at ten cents per pound The Worlds Work The Tobacco Growers Association Hawkins of the Burley Tobacco Growers Associanion says the time has been extended by the capitalists for securing the required number of signersof contracts of until next week He is confident that the movement will be made a success No Extra Session A dispatch from Frankfort says The Kentucky Journal prints a in which it says that it has it straight that there will be no extra session of the legislature That when the capitol commission meets 10 there will be a several days session and that advertisements for contracts of various kinds of work will be made work to begin in the early spring the building to be completed on present site An Age of Enlightenment The Anderson News declares the State College should be closed because the students engage In foot ball This is on a par with refusing to attend church that has an organ to the singing Both are the walls of narrowness bigotry and ignorance and we are astonished at a Kentucky paper calling for such drastic of an institlon that ranks first in Southern Technical Schools and turns out firstclass men in all State College of Kentucky is doing a greater work for the people than all the other colleges combined Itisthe peoples school as the News says but it must not return to the antneover townball or spelling Drain the Wet Spots Wet land should be drained as it may be the most fertile on the farm By the use of drain tile there will be no unsightly open ditches and the field can be cultivated as easily as any other If the land is not very wet the cost of drainage will be but little and such land will be just as valuable for pasture as before with the added of being adapted to a greater variety of grasses than formerly It can then also come under the regular crop rotation If a plot has been too wet to use for ordinary crops it will also be too wet for grass some years and when drained it will produce green food earlier in the spring and liter in the fall Ex Public Sale SATURDAY 12 04 offer at public outcry beginning at 10 oclock a fr at my residence Richmond street in Lancaster Ky sell the following property towit 1 twohorse wagon 2 milk cows 1 fat 9 hogs about 20 bbls corn in crib 100 hay 1 barrel apple vinegar 1 barrel molasses 1 Oliver chilled plow 1 barrow iinterest in Deering binder lot of timber lot of shingles lliay frame Household aad kitchen furniture 2 houses lots If not sold or rented before day of sale made known on day of sale e WiPPrewitt Auct B A STONE seasonBourbon President growers story November accompany punishment departments primitives pots of shinny leap frog Friday matchesRichmond Climax advantage will on NOV i cOw bal ig 2J Thanksgiv- Ing cotton growln c w r t t r 1 f and f Terms 3 K n 8 t POWDER Is used by many a woman who it But what is she to do Her skin is marred by eruptions and it is only human nature to desire to hide such defects from the ordinary glance A much better thing to do is remove the cause of eruptions bad blood This is done perfectly and permanently by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It purifies the blood cleans ing it from poisonous substances which cause disease It cures pimples ec zema tetter boils scrofula sores and other eruptive diseases which are caused by the impure con dition of the blood When commenced taking your Golden Medical Discovery I felt so and bad could writes Mrs Emma West of Windy Wirt Co W Va Face seemed to with brown spots but before I had taken one bottle of cine the spots were all and I began to feel a new person Took four and have felt well ever husband has also taken the Golden Medical Discovery for stomach trouble and it did him more than anything he ever sole motive for substitution to permit the dealer to make the little meritorious medicines He you lose Therefore accept no substitute for the Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser is 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 covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y 1 triedThe is by the sale of less gains tt I dislikes erysipelas since more sent I Ringing Proclamation Mayor J H Powell of issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation By authority vested me as Mayor of the unpretentious little city 1 do thus publicly proclaim Whereas in with Christian custom Thursday November 24 1904 hath been set apart as a day of thanks giving and prayer I do beseech saints and sinners to go to church and be good Whether chanting hymns shooting quail or sipping delicious poison from the eyes of Beauty keep innocency and take heed unto the thing that is right for that shall bring a man peace at the last Let us be thankful that our colonels are not so full of corn as our corn is full of Though the surrounding with a hoe is laughing with a harvest poor folks are still with us From thin soup and cold potatoes good Lord deliver them men and women astonish the stomach of the sufferer with oysters turkey and mince pie Adorn the ragged pauper with comfortable cloth ins An ounce of practice is worth a pound of preaching Dearly beloved let us play upon a harp of a thousand strings a new song of praise give thanks unto the Lord for the most charming crop of beautiful babes ever born in the old town since creation dawned and the morning stars sang together Sweet dainty darlings smile on like subeams in shady places Kick up your little heels and make of earth a Heaven With charity unto all ana malice toward none I do subscribe my official signature to the words that have been written this 3rd day of November 1904 J H POWELL Mayor of son Ky FROM SOUTH AFRICA New Way of Chamberlain Cough Remedy Mr Aurthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that ChamberlainsCough 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 the parents did not know what to give it I suggested that if they would get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and putsome upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick and cured the baby This is for sale by Frisbies Drug Store1m Heart going is the only giving Chamberlain Cough Remedy I Pleasant 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 ita flavor similar to maple syrup mak ingit quite pleasant to take Mr W L of Poolesville Md in speaking of this remedy says have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with my children for several years and can truthfully say it is the best 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 The hopeful are always helpful A Runaway Bicycle Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Goner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer tog to doctors and remedies for four Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured It just as good for Burns Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at McRoberts Drug Store 1m Selflove gives sin its As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently it is they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jelllco entails in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisf action to know that your orders are going to be filled promised Williams bears good name with Lancaster buy andproposes to maintain it i r f 0 Henderson In kernels Ohl Christian hereunto Using relief remedy I preparation tll lodgment a tt accord stickled Hen Roderick uny pears Scalds when coal when coal 916 t w 4 fh s r a3 Ky 011 fold Preparing Turkeys Jo Hailov Farmers Home Journal Tim tur key raisers should now be thinking of getting their stock in condition for thanksgiving market The condition of the dressed fowl has much to with the price In the first place should be well fattened and then there should be great care taken in tile cleaning packing etc vast difference in the appearance of turkeys when sent to market there are those with round plump bodies yellow skin and not a break in the skin from head to foot which goes to show that the one who raised them for market had given them especial to make them have that appetiz wanted by the choicest buyers who willing to pay the price a first class aiticle Then there are turkeys which have the appear ance of being halt starved they are poor and do not have that symmetri cal plumpness so much desired the plucking has been poorly done the skin broken in many places and the flesh has the appearance of being bruisedand handled in a very careless manner A true index to the charac ter of the one who raised and prepare ed them for market Such fowls nev er bring the highest prices and are ways a drag on the market There is no other for such conditions than carelessness and carelessness never pays In anything It is always profitable to do right what you dodo So in sending your turkeys to market always see that they present an inviting appearance when they reach their destination be careful in packing them and wrap each one in a good heavy paper or better a nice clean cloth so that they will not rub each other and become bruised pad in clean boxes or barrels and marl choice fancy dressed turkeys This all requires a little extra time and trouble but an additional few cents on the pound will well pay you for the extras Try be convinced The Pastors Institute Is for All Workers The Sunday school superintends and teachers of the State are making a mistake by not attending the Pas tors Sunday School Institute to be held in Louisville December 59 Though it is called a pastors institute still a moments thought will show that the pastors be done through his officers and teachers and that the work of the institute will be just as valuable to them as to him A glance at the program will convince any one of this The first day is call ed Pastors Day the second Su perintendents Day the third Tea chers Day the fourth Parents Day If superintendents teachers and parents cannot attend the full session they should at least attend on the day set apart especially for their work Write for a program examine the rich array of subjects remember the noted experts constituting the faculty and then see if you can afford to stay away Full particulars may be had from E A Fox Louisville Kentucky Limit of Public Jurisdiction In reversing judgment of the Bell Circuit Court in a case of W H In gram against B A Fuson the court holds that under Section 143 of the Constitution the General Assembly cannot confer jurisdiction upon Police Courts to try offenses occurring the corporate limits of the town It holds void Section 3490 of the Keeping Apples Sweet for Years A farmer near Union City Michigan amazes his neighbors by keeping pies pears peaches grapes etc In their natural state for several years He now has apples and grapes grown in 1901 which can hardly be distin guished from this years product He now gives out his method of preserva tan which is very simple as he mere ly selects yell developed fruit with good stems picks it carefully and sears the end of the stem with light ed match Then be wipes the fruit perfectly dry places it in a piece of dry wrapping paper and Jays it away in a moderately dry and cool cellar Gold Medal Awarded It is with pleasure we announce to our readers that Co the wellknown Seedsmen of Louis ville Ky were awarded the Gold Medal at the Louisiana Purchase at St Louis on a general ex habit of Seeds This is a very high honor to a Southern seed house and WoodStubbs and Co deserve great credit for their enterprise while the high quality of their seeds is by the award Millers Association S P Kerr attended the Millers meet ing at Lexington Tuesday About 30 mills of Central Kentucky were sented The discussion of milling af fairs in general indicated that the millers have a large supply of wheat on hand and they do not expect the market to fluctuate to any considcra ble extent in the near future They think that the wheat market will in slightly if any changes are made It appears that they will have an unusually heavy corn this year and they will soon cpmmence the ma king of new meal The prices of flour ought to remain about stationary for Tile Beat Liniment Chamberlains Pain Balm is the btliniment on the mar ket writes Post Bliss of Georgia Vt No other liniment will heal or bruise so promptly No other affords such quirk relief from rheumatic pains No other him valuable for deep seated pains like back and pains in the chest Give this liniment a trial and yon will never wish to be without it Soldby Frisbies Drug Store 1m I do Theresa care are for ale ale all this and workmust outside statutes ape Woo Stubbs Exposition evidenced cOn- sidered cut l J fj they excuse 8 re crease crop awhile k lame y t Dreg Money Money can be saved To be Sold at COST 3000of HARDWARE 3 Wheat Drills 2 Hay Rakes 2 Disc Plows 3 Cultivators Poultry Fence 25 Turning Plows 150 gallons of Paint 4 doz Horse Collars 1 doz Work Bridles 1 doz Harness Saddles 2 sets Buggy Harness 5 doz Buggy Whips 1 doz Lap 9 Stoves 4 doz Butcher Knives 3 doz Razors 4 doz Pocket Knives Lamp Chimneys 1 Oil Stove 1 Steam Cooker Churns Ice Cream Freezers 1 Coal Vase Door Locks and Hinges Scissors Paint Brushes Carpenters Tools Bolts Axle Grease Nails Step Ladders Extension Ladders Hemp Scales Water Coolers 2 Force Pumps 1 Filter Eave Trough Gutter Conductor Pipe Barn Door Hangers Pitch Forks Garden Hose and Others 3 Sewing Machines 7 Dozen Tin Buckets Tin Pans Enameled Pans and Bowls Dish Pans I Slop Buckets Foot Tubs 2 Ice Chests V Flour Sifters Cooking Crockery Dinner Bells 2 Sickle Grinders Brooms Screen Doors 155 lbs of 1 inch Sisal Rope 4 Truck and Scales combined English Spurs Plow and Coffee Mills Turkey Roasters Rolling Pins j Matches Leggins Etc Etc Etc Ait former Hardware Store of KFPostle J L Botai- j Assignee1 A AlIINT IoN worth J Robes 0 I j WagonHames ii1 f J e i Kodol Land Stock Crops Horses to the number of 31650 and valued at 2308323 were exported At the Kansas City Royal Show and Sale 13 Shorthorn bulls averaged 204 61 and 40 females averaged 160 75 a total average for the 53 head of 18622 At a sale of Short horn cattle held recently at Aberdeen Scotland by W S Wm Duthie a general av erase of 156 or about 780 was made The stock bull Favorite brought 300 Dan Patch the pacer has again clipped the record by pacing a mile at Memphis Tenn Wednesday in 155 beating his own record of l58i made In 1902 He holds the following Half mile 056 mile 156 mile to wagon 157i mile on a half mile track 2031 mile to high wheel sulky 2041 two mile record 417 His mile in 156 was made with a pace maker carrying a The Cynthiana Democrat says that probably ninety per cent of cilia grown in Harrison county will be pledged to the Growers Associa tion In Woodford 70000 pounds of old hemp sold at 520 and the parties contracted for new crop about thirty acres at 510 per 112 It Is reported that the acreage of wheat now being put In the ground will be the largest in many years Itwill certainly amount to 20 per cent ing section of Kentucky In Fayette county the acreage will probably be greater than ever before The sowing is not advanced as formerly on account of the dry weather but the farmers as a rule do not object to late sowing as the season for sowing wheat is get ting later every year were 2255 hhds against 1171 hhds for corresponding week of last year Total receipts last week 542 hhds against 379 hhds for corresponding wk were 179 hhds 2 per the auction sales against 16 per cent the preceding week Of the total sales 112 hhds and 2143 hhds were dark tobacco Although the above show that a total of hhds was sold on this market last week only 679 of these were at public auction 1574 hhds being sold privet lv There is still nothing new to re port as to the tane of the market The demand jor colory types continues good and prices strong Offerings small and bidding continues about on a level of the past several weeks Farmers Home Journal Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption 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 50c and 810o Trial bottles free 1m PUBLIC SALE to tJUnAV NOVEMBER 11 1904 JJavine Dissolved partnership we and Parrying Implements on tnp J P COOK FARM Five Miles East of Stanford 25 Tons Sheaf Oats 15 Tons Mixed 500 Shocks of Corn SCO Shocks of Fodder lot of Carpenter and Blacksmith Tools Binder Drill Corn Planter Harrows Plows Wheat Fan and other farming Imple manta 1 Steel Tire Buckboard 1 Bike Runabout 1 Buggy 1 aSeated Surrey all vehicles of the and H0r4 of Registered Berkshire Hogs Herd of of the best herds in Kentucky and Illinois and close In blood to the winners Herd of Registered Short Horn Cattle con rioting cows and yearling and weaning calves 60 Fat Hogs weighing about 175 bs 6 Jersey of them fresh a Pairs of Mules 1 Colt 1 1350 ips each ana good workers 4 Saddle Mares well broke and bred to good Mule Mares 1 German Coach Stud 7 pfd 2 Saddle good walkers 3 Registered Yearling Stud Colts by High Denmark a Registered Yearlipg FillIes by Highland Denmark J Two Year Filly by Highland Denmark Car load of unbranded Two Year Old Kansas and Geldint s Car load of three to five old Marcs andGeldings Some Ponies well broken to saddle sod harness J Yearling Jacks 1 Jack Colt all black Sole commences promptly at 10 oclock a m postponement All snma 20 and under cash over sJs months Notes negotiable and payable at the First Uy and lunch for all Parties from a distance will stop at St Asapha Hotel a our where will to farm For catalogue of Registered Stock orJbr further Information to J F COOK LoxlagtoB Kjr COOK KERR Stanford Ky Col George A Bain Auctioneer I I and 6 records windshield tobacco pounds yearsThis MarketTotal cent of were Burley figures t y Mowers these herds rid Milk COW n Gelding 3 and 5 years old gs 1a Old Mares year dlan with l If II 1 1 N c August Marr Cough I est pre cOWS and pigs gilts weigh riven Pairgrpy pre I aura o pentcomi IERCESFAVORITE R WEAKNfMEM 4 k s n r DYSPEPSIA t EATThePREPARED ONLY AT THE LASORATORY OPEC DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILLFor sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky 1 CURES FOR FALL SOWING A combination of Wheat Barley Rye and Winter Turf Oats Yields the largest amount of Winter and Spring grazing fine for son Improving acre Price per bushel 100 5 bushel and over 90c per bushel 50 bushel 85c per bushel Wormy the most complete assortment Forage Crops The finest quality Seeds are always sold under our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds Write lor our Lute Free Catalog No 55 WOOD STUBBS 4 CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY Haas Hog REMEDY 6rainPastureMixture haySow SACKS INCLUDED BarleyRye I As a Cure As a Fattener As a Preventive Cash paid for all hogs that die when fed this remedy Call on druggist for free book and full particulars Perils of Land and Sea Captain W Illiier Uemarkable I Shows What to do in Time of Trouble For many years Captain Willnef says the Times cf Gloucester Mass was one of the best known seamen in the Gloucester Fleet Captain Villnef went to two hospitals for treatment but could get no lasting benefit He constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble became so unbearable and nauseating that he was ashamed to go out in company When bespairing of ever getting relief his wife purchased a Hyomei outfit for him and trying it before going to bed he enjoyed the first whole nights sleep for ten years Captain Villnef I have used less than two bottles of Hyomei and have been cured by the remedy Hyomei kills the germs ofcatarrh and makes lasting and permanent cures R E Me Rocerts sells Hyomei under his personal guarantee to refund the money it it does not give quick relief It takes a really good and brave man to listen to the truth without Thousands Cured DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of Piles bought a box of De Witts Witch Ha ael Salve on the recommendation of our druggist so writes C H LaCroix of Zavilla Tex and used it for a stubborn case of Piles It cured me permanently Sold by B E McRob arts A Good Complexion Sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks re stored by using DeWitts Little Early Risers so writes S P Moore of Nac ogdoches Tex A certain cure for bllliousness constipation etc pill easy to to act Sold McRoberts Jm TVothera Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it has relieved and the lives of their little ones It has saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough A L Spafford Postmaster of Chester Mich says Qur 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ter attend to it at once as I could not possibly live another month as there was no cure for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and I immediately sent son to the store and after taking three bottles I be gan to get better continued to until I was entirely well Two Sizes ben and SI CO i SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY H P Hillenmeyer Son Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky Offer for the Fall of 1U04 a full stock Fruit and Ornamental trees Grape Vines Asparagus and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application That Finish So much desired by all men for their collars Is given at this Laundry It you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 Main St hones 202 Lexington Ky H LancasterKentucky Agent R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna QueenPalatine Hartford Conneticat German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriter Liverpool London Globe North Mercantile itiiaLlfeIisCo9EartffirlCou I CURE otherailments 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