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THE CENTRALLANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 1904 RECORD NUMBER 34 1 F riFseNufEaR Ii Pure I fi INSURES fir lID To keep your cistern lID free from leaves U birds nests bugs and trash lID U ofall kinds lID lID I 1 W t- iJ 1V U 8 HASJ3LDEN fi MllJrrMn i 1M J Water 6oodllea1thQ Ii p D use- D Hase1en I- 1i1foii 1 i Local Notes First snow fell Sunday The bird law has expired Bird hunters report tine sport No rain of any consequence yet The rural mail routes are a great The fat hog is catching it In the neck just now I You may kill the birds but its a tine to sell them ready for tin cranberry sass and celery the turkey is ripe I They say a gocd many birds were k lied before expired The merchants are getting ready for Xmas stocKs They will bring on a big lot this tune Several Garrnrd county gentlemen ae serving on Uncle Sams jury at Richmond this week Subscribe for The Record and have something to read while toasting your shins these long nights The November term of circuit court will convene Monday the 28th Tlo dockets are about as usual Remember the Thanksgiving ser mon will be preached in the Christian church this time Bro Ellis will preach the sermon patrons receive every courtesy within the range of prudent banking Bank of Bryantsville The W C T U will have candy and an exchange at the post ollice Tuesday Si before Thankgiving Your patronage 2J is earnestly solicited Attendance at the Graded School continues to increase and it is proba ble that another room will be added Lancaster has the best school in the State The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will have a bazaar and exchange at the post otlice Dec 17th Mrs BoDkout Dies in Kansas Mrs Bookout sister of Misses Sallie and Martha Tillett of this city died at her home near Kansas City last week the burial taking place there Mrs Bookout lived in Lancaster for several years and was welknown here Miss Martha Tillett of Lan caster had been with Mrs Bookout for several weeks before her death 1success r I Get the law I fijI I I lour I i1 1118 tr 31 iJ El iJ iJ iiI m tf i I t5 If ii J J It is exceedingly comforting f r the depositors to feel that his funds are judiciously invested or safely cared for tf Bank of Bryantsville For Thanksgiving The ladles of the Baptist church will have an exchange at the post cilice Saturday before Thanksgiving Everything nice to eat at very low prices 2t Fortunately we bave every thing in our favor good location comfortable quarters amole capital an efficient force of help and a good class of cus tomers Bank of Bryantsville tf Uncle Joe at Beuna Vista Rev Joe Hopper It conducting a meeting at Buena Vista this county and we learn is awakening eit in ttat section An effort will be made to have him stop in Lancaster as he returns home and preach a ser mon here To Correspondents In order that all hands in The Rec ord office may have a day off next weeks edition will be printed and placed in the post otlice on Wednesday afternoon We will be ever so much obliged if you will send in your copy a little soonerand thus enable us to get a days rest Many Lancaster friends sympathize with Chief of Police Jim Allman of Richmond who was accidentally shot last week In searching the house negro Capt Alimans ilstol fell from its scabbard making a danger ous wound in his head There is not a better or more faithful officer in KentuckyCan Get Rid of Horse Capt Herndon says a lady client was in his office one day last weekand seeing a balky horse on the Public Square spoke of the trouble and an noyance such an animal could cause How about a balky husband quer riod the captain Well replied the lady vou can turn a balky horse in the pasture In Fine Shape The local lodge Knights of Pythias has taken on new life and many the Friday night meetings A good job of spring cleaning was done recently that is a number of black sheep were allowed to stray so far from the fold that they will not find the way back so the lodge is now composed best citizens of the town The and most import ant work good lodgemen have to per form is that of keeping the roster free from objectionable material Instead of disliking to cast a black ball the feeling should be just the opposite I 1118 1118 ot- a attend of the i murh inter hardest Our New Stock Of FALL and WINTER Clothing Overcoats is NOW iINT Call now before the pick ed over and the sizes broken We are making X EXTREMELY LOW PRICES Terms Strictly Cash H T LOGAN The Record is up to on job printing III III- III t III- II 1 Shoes III I 1 x f office i I r I stock is ll wwwwwv wJk2 date s t Today is the last for filing suits for the November term of Circuit Court The operations of this Bank are un der the eye and inspection of the state Banking department tf Bank of Bryantsville The Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair which cost 29000 has been sold toa Chicago wrecking com pany for 385 The employee of this Bank is re quired to give bond for the faithful performance of his duty 1118tf Bank of Bryantsville Teachers Money Saturday The Record was authorized to an nounce the teachers money ready for last Saturday but the check failed to show up and now asked to say that the pay will be ready tomorrow the 19th MIss Jennie Arnold will open a se lect boarding house at her home on Danville street January 1st 1905 Those wishing comfortable homes for the winter should address her at 3965 Finney Ave St Louis Will be in Lancaster about Dec 10th 11 18 tf Those people who have placed along the rural routes say the system is the greatest blessing Uncle Sam could give them Just think of having your mall left at the front gate this cold disagreeable weather The cost is trifling the only outlay being cost of the boxes Is Needed Here Too Mt Vernon Signal Telephone com panies have completed arrangements to attach a stuffed club which is so arranged that when a caller fails to ring off the central operator button the club gets busy and ever lastingly pounds the party until be begs off and promises to do better Happy Garrard County Man Washington Ind Herald James W Ramsey is unusually happy His old home Garrard county Kentucky that be left thirtyeight years ago gave Roosevelt a majority of 166 last week The story is in the Lan caster Central Record which newspa per is published by a son of Colonel Landram under whom Mr Ramsey served in the war Married in Jessamine Journal Miss Bettie the bright and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs C Deane of Pina was married at the family residence Wednesday evening at 630 oclock Bogie of Garrard county the ceremo nv being performed in a very impres sive manner by Rev I B Timberlake of Nicholasville after which a most elegant luncheon was served The Journal wishes these young people happy and prosperous journey thro life A Good Precaution Mr J A Beazley Manager of the wa terworks is showing his sound sense by keeping the chemical fire engine charged and in constant readiness for use The only drawback ever found to this engine was the lack of water and time consumed in charging the boilers Now a hose will quickly till the boilers and the engine used many cases to better effect than the big fire hose This engine has saved many thousands of dollars worth of in Lancaster and is a very valua ble machine yet Fixing Up For Editors The editor of The Record has a meeting of the Executive of the Kentucky Press Assoc ation to be held at Seelbachs Hotel Louisville next Saturday There is some very important business to fix up principally that of arranging for the midwinter business meeting the trip South and the revision of the by laws Other matters are to be locked after and the meeting really should have been called sooner but so many of the boys had their quills engaged in telling the people how to save the that we deemed it best to wait until after the election Full proceedings of the meeting will be published in the Louisville dailiesand the craft will learn what tap for this winter Bro Faulconers Success The Ottumwa Iowa Democrat of Nov 7th containsa lengthy notice of the wonderful evangelistic work that is being done in that city by Revs and Young The following is an extract from the notice which w ill be read with much pleasure by friends of Rsv Henry Faulconer Remarkable scenes were enacted yesterday at the evangelistic services being conducted in the East End Presbyterian church by Revs Faulconer and Young afternoon and evening the large and interest intense During the day not than one bun dred and twenty persons professed their faith and entered the life More than threefourths of these persons were above sixteen years o age More than one hundred and eighty have made profession in the past seven days At the morning ser vices Rev Faulconer im pressive to an audience which tilled the auditorium He based his address on the invitation of tie strange woman in the of and on the invitation of the pel parable Come for all things are ready In the evening the large main auditorium with chairs In the aisles could accommodate the great aadleoce ami the Suaday School 1118 weare touchES- a told to Mr Loton a property country ison Falconer Morn- Ing attendance was upon G roow mailboxes S called Committee less Christian pret coed an sermon book Proverbs now not had to be hsdIa i os We have founded an institution in which the people cau deposit their money with a feeling of the utmost confidence and safety 1118tf Bank of Bryantsville The biggest turnips of tne season were raised by Mr Land of the Buckeye section They are unusually sweet and sound He has burled more than 120 bushels from one patch Miss Gracie Holtzclaw of Gilberts Creek was married at her home to Mr Albert Johnson of Ten nessee The bride is a well known and popular young lady who has the well wishes of a host of friends The groom is engaged in business in Ten nessee We desire to acknowledge our thanks to the people of this communi ty for their confidence good will and generous patronage 1118 tf Bank of Bryantsville Never Again President Roosevelt will never again be a candidate He has made the fol lowing statement- I am deeply sensible of the honor done me by the American people in thus expressing their confidence in what I have done and in what I have tried to do I appreciate to the full the solemn repsonsibility this imposes upon me and I shall do all that in my power lies not to for felt it On the 4th of March next I shall have served three and a half years and this three and half years constitute my first term The wise custom which limits the President to two terms regards the substance and not the form and under no circum stances will I be a candidate for or ac cept another nomination As As Gospel An exchange says There is no use in putting up the motto God bless our home if the father is a rough old bear and the spirit of discourtesy and rudeness is taught by the parents children and by the older to the younger There is no use putting up the motto the Lord will provide while the father is shiftless the is shiftless the boys refuse to work and the girls busy themselves over gewgaws and finery There is no use in puttingup the motto the of these is charity while the tongue of the backbiter wags in the family and the silly gossip is dispensed at the tea table There is no use in placing up conspicuously the motto the liberal man deviseth liberal nings while the money chinks in the pockets of the head of the house hold groaning to get out to see the light of day and there are dollars and dimes for wines and tobacco and luxuries but postively not one cent for the church In how many homes are these mottoes standing let us say which serve only Tie beauty of quiet lives of trustful hop free handed hearted charita ble lives of surpassing loveliness and those lives shed their own incom parable fragrance and the world knows where to find them And they shall remain fresh and fadeless when the colors of the pigment and the worsted and the floss have faded and the frames have rotted away in their joints When in Bryantsville stop at Mrs Josephine Boners and get the best meal to be found in Kentucky Rates reasonable and you will get the best meal you ever sat down to tf Turkeys Turkeys- I will pay the highest market price for 10000 dresses turkeys delivered at any station on the K C road tween Richmond and Rowland W S Fish Paint Lick 1118 tt Property For Sale We have several handsome plac s for sale in the them three beautiful homes on Lexington avenue one on Danville avenue and cottage and two vacant lots on Stanford avenue Also some good farms for sale Apply to G BS wine broad or M D Hughes tf A Nuisance The law requiring voters to have certificates of registration is a nuisance and only causes more work for election clerks and to voters Many men had to go back to their homes or places of and hunt up the little certificate and all for nothing but to comply with one of the many laws which the statute books of Kentucky Millinery at Cost We have decided to sell all our Rea 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 you will miss a rare bargain if you tail to get one The sale is now on so come early and get first choice The Mar vel Millinery Store Miss Ada Dick lllltf DR SID ISBELL OSTEOPATH Located Danville Street two doors below Record Office ACid and Chronic gucoeM f r ted Calli el sec m Han e Tuesday confidence a True tothe I greatest hangingsarcasms to point jestandadorn a satire ful is tine b I cityamong anew 1118 blanked dyToWear SO on QDtr Jt 1ft- i l i0 1tt mother other free annoyance business disgrace C3nnltail5nndFxmina L11 d y Yt t R Additional Personals Misses Susie Zanone and Fannie Henry were visitors in Stanford Mr and Mrs McWhorter of Ver sallies are visiting Mrs Joan Ball Mr Mrs W G Kemper of Paint Lick were visitors here Wednesday Mesdames Mary and Dolpli Rice of Danville have been visltingMfss Sal lie Lou Myers Mrs James King and Miss Edna Moore of Burgh have been guests of Miss Sallie Tillett Miss Katharine M Arnold has te home after a pleasent to 1 er brother in Paris Mr and Mrs Stout who have been visiting relatives in Garrard have re turned to their home m M 85 Nancy Burnett a sis e of Dr Burnett of Shelnyville is here nurs some cases of typhoid fiver for Burnett and Gilbert Her many friends will regret to that Miss Grace Kinnalrd was painfully injured by falling from a carriage several days since In step ping from the vehicle she lost her looting and fell to the ground several wounds about the face Interior Journal Mr Woods Walk er of Garrard passed down to Bards town yesterday to attend the National Fox Hunters Association Messrs W and Saulley Hughes tf Lancaster were here Sunday en route to London to see their sweethearts Miss Pearl Aldridge the Records handsome and indefatigable Marksbu ry correspondent was in town VIoi day and made us a pleasant call We regret to announce that she will move to Stanford in a few days Her excellent contributions will be missed by our readers in that section some better now This trouble was caused from singing in the open air at a funeral time sinc and she retrain from using her voice in manner Mr R A Stone and family left Wed nesday for their new home Somerset We regret to lose this most estimal e family but wish them well in their new home Mr Stone is a splendid citizen always ready to do a good turn for his fellow man MrsStone whose faithful earnest work in the Chris tian church has endeared her to all of our people will also be greatly miss ed not only in the church but by the Womans Christian Temperance in which she has been a leading w jrker aid visit Jellico Tenn in Drs I learn I BBurton quiteill complicationsthat I I I 1 turned receiving some lids Union Cash or Installment We have a large new line ot Furniture Carpets Mattings Rugs JardinerresClocks which we will sell on easy payments to suit you Wall Paper at Cost as long as entire stock lasts come early and get a nice selection Successors toJA Beazley 4 Co I IflaflIIIODDuflIap Wehave handled the above BOOTEE for FIVE YEARS Our sales on them now are three times greater than at first R L JENNINGS Paint Lick L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Office over Police Court room Prompt attention to business R I a THAN COSTLadies Ready to Wear Skirts for Less Than Cost We have marked some lines of Dress Goods down less than ccst Some lines of Cloaks Less Than Special Values We are offering some special value s in Hosiery Uuderwear Facinatcrs Blankets Comforts Quting Cloth and Flanneletts THE LESS I Dry Goods I Y c COST Logan CO1VIPgN s WE HAVE NO FAKE SALWe have the Handsomest Swellest and Best stock of and in fact everything to be found in an uptotheminute dry goods store We sell at reasonable prices and resort to no fake sales or other tomfoolery to attract crowds to our store In other words we rely upon merit q u r Ii I DRY GOODS CLOAIS FURS UNDERWEAR COMFORTS BLANKETS LADIES SHOES HOSIERY I i rhe jzaIEEC IrJ CO a IMA lMt tri i i ti l 1 t l1IirllriAlt VV 1 VVVe Dont forget the Forty Dollar Range be given away at our store With each 1 cash purchase get a chance PETTUS BROS Bryantsville Kentucky ft i- I II I II Ito I you I t 11i v DOMESTIC I Better Than Ever The Star That Leads Them All The sewing machine for the home to be used by mother wife daughter seamstress Thats our specialtyEither Lock or Chain Stitch Write for circulars and prices Domestic Sewing Machine Co Newark N JKindly mention this paper a a a a11x WmIIerndon G B Swinebroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Once over Stormes drug store FOXTHE PHOTOGRAPHER IS IN LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAYWhite corn for sale at Marksbury Son Feed oats for sale at Marksbury Son We will have the best variety of seed wheat for sale Marksbury S Son J Ir I a L Mantels Fancy Wood and Cabinet Mantels WITH Tile Hearths and Facing 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 Radiant Double fieatet I t II e It c W 1oise s HASftDEN4 1 alldROB1NSONNAh- MyWM e tf n CENTRAL RECORD Isaiued Weekly Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster Kya SecondChat Mail Matter Lancaster Ky November 18 1904 A writer in an English paper that the spirit of patriotism the spirit that makes a man willing to give up his life for hIs country is dying out in Great Britain and scorn fully compares the feeling of prudence tbat prevails to the spirit in Japan that makes the people congratulate a man who has had the honor to have a son killed in battle The critic argues that English men are ceasing to be brave and fearless and that the once aggressive national sentiment is suffer ing a sort of dry rot He is probable entirely wrong in his diagnosis The change he notes is not cowardice but a growing distaste for war which is a very different thing The same feeling exists in the United States and to an increasing extent in all the civilized countries Americans are not cowards They have fought for their country and will fight for it again if need arises but they see better settling disputes in enlightened days Englishmen Americans all men everywhere thrill at the daring dis played by the Japanese they admire their indomitable courage but all the civilized world sighS over the waste of life In that war the flower of Japanese youth is being mowed down and host of Russias promising sons are laid low A sense of the pity of it all is even stronger than admiration It is not want of courage or of patriot ism that affects Englishmen or it is that slaugh ter is not the expression of love of country Hard work makes you weak and flabby It finally brings on an dissase premature old and an early miserable death If you work you will get arteriosererosis This is the very latest from the doctors For centuries people have believed that work and various forms of exer cise produced muscle Health and lon gevity that loafing produced decay and an overplus of tissue Now comes science and overturns the whole system Loaf It says and be strong The American Medical Asso elation is against the strenuous life It has discovered that hard work is deadly and that college athletics disease and death When ayoung man pays more attention to the the grid iron and the cinder path he develops this dreadful new disease of arteriosererosis Ills stifles and deterioatehe contracts a serious heart trouble ages before his time and is cut down as a flower It really seems as if science were hunt about all the time for old well facts to deny and deride Uncle Sams army never wants for men and the ranks are always full but it is different with the Navy Three battle ships are to go out of commission because of lack of men The only excuse we for this is that a man can run on land but if out on the deep blue sea be must put up a winning fight or seek quarters with McGinty at the bottom President Roosevelt is to visit the St Fair in a few days After the tragic death of Mr McKinley at just such a gathering it seems that Mr Roosevelt would fight shy of set ting up as a target Every body knows that Ted Is not afraid of the devil but bravery and prudence should eo hand in hand On the road an en gine crew forgot and ran on a track where they met an express train and lost their lives How men cantor get when their lives depehd on their memory is a thing hard to understand Mental processes are often mysterious when one looks for them to be most Simple Country editors are beginning to study up something to put in their Thanksgiving editorial This Is article that the general public Is bet for writing than is the in that the former have some thing to be thankful for At Sussex WIs a successful bettor on the election treated the entire town to an oyster It would be a undertaking to treatall the on Chamberlains Stomach and laver tablets are becoming a favorite for In I I HI 100 per ways of these Americans incurable weakness produce diamond arteries known Pennsylvania t r v r 1 i i i complains international the conviction age tee Louis himself ten qualified editor losers the constipatE V n S fr one mod be in BRYANTSVILLE Pettus Bros for hats and caps Mr Will Glass was in Lexington Monday on business Mr Will Swope has bought the farm of Mr John Gallaher for 311000 Ball Band Rubber and felt goods at Pettus Bros Try a few 114 tf you need hosiery buy the Black Cat at Pettus Bros 10 21tf Mrs Sallie B Welch is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs SamDeath erage Mr and Mrs Wesley Walker of Mc Creary have been the guests of Miss Nan Arnold Miss Mattie Mae Leavell has return ed home after a very pleasant visit to friends in Lexington Miss Carrie Boulden of Nicholas ville visited Misses and Mattie Boner a few days last week Mrs Celia Armstrong of Harrods burg spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Fletcher Ison Pettus Bros pay the highest mark ket price for all kinds country 115tf Why sell your eggs and chickens to hucksters when you can get a better price at Pettus Bros Store 114tf When you go to buy your winter shoes dont forget to go to Pettus Bros and examine their stock they can suit you 10 21tf Mr Hogan Ballard who is State College will come house Thanksgiving to spend several days with his mother Mrs E H Ballard Mrs W J Hogan had the fall a day or two ago cutting and bruising her face very badly She was not seriously hurt and hopes to able to be out again in a few days Quite a number from here have been attending the services at the Presbyterian church at Beuna Vista conducted by Uncle Joe Hopper Joe is of the best preachers in the State and every one enjoys him BEDNA VISTA A D Scott has a full line of winter clothing Mrs Sarah Spoonamore is visiting Richmond Mis Spilman and Miss Bessie Bolton visited in Danville last week James Colton of Ford wick Va is the guest of Mrs W T King Misses Myrtle and Irene Ruble were shoppers in Danville Saturday Misses Ora Poor and Virgil Wilds were in Harrodsburg Saturday Virgil Scott sold to Mr Beazley of Lancaster G head of cattle at 4c Some have taken advantage of the cold weather and butchered a porkers Albert Skinner bar rels of corn from Ben Clark at 2 in I the field Mr and Mrs J B Ruble and little Raymond have returned from St Louis Mrs Matthew Johnson and children left Saturday to join her husband at I Jersey ville Ill The protracted meeting is in prog ressat the Presbyterian church Come and hear Uncle Joe Miss Margaret Cbristopherof South Elkhorn is the guest of Miss Alice Scott and other relatives There will be meeting of the Prohibition Alliance this week on ac count of the meeting at the Presbyte rian church MANSE I Your correspondent visited relatives in Lincoln last week The Rural Free Delivery is a great convenience and appreciated ty all Miss Georgia Dunn and brother James L visited relatives here last week Will Crow Doty of Mt Sterling spent several days last week with his parents Mrs Delaney Lackey of city attended the Chrysanthemum show Thursday Mr AlexDenny and daughter Mrs Mattie Duncan were with Mrs Me Cormack Thursday The Chrysanthemum Show and Can dj Sales given by theLadies Mlasion ary Society of tbePresby teriafr church particularQuiterealized A Knaawmj Bleyele Terminated with an ugly leg of J B GanerFrankllnGrdve 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer unyleld injrto doctors and remedies for four Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured Ii Bin Skin Eruptions and Iks 25e When Alta produce attending misfortune- to Uncle hearing few bought several I no ilt 0 C i rood ii I r one Mrs son ouri cut on th years justas for Scalds Drus t- t r- 1t at on i or In Then And Now When they were sweethearts And life was all bliss They went to church And sat close up Likethis But now they are married And such folly dismiss When they go to now They sit apart just Like this And when they went riding Hear him plead for a kiss Twas a narrow seat buggy and They sat justLikethis Theyve a two seated carriage And sit something Sallie LIRE Willie Tommie THIS Jennie Dallas News FREACHERSV1LLE Mr John C Sutton who stuck anail in his foot some time ago is better Miss Eliza Anderson who has been visiting here has returned to RevThos Owens has returned from Whitley county where he has been on businessRey F Jordan who has been vis iting home folks at Jobnsville has home Leslie Harber will leave in a few days for Indiana where be will work this winter Mrs Lena Richardson who has been sick for some time is no better but rather worse Rev J W Simpson P E will preach the Methodist church the 23rd and over Sunday The remains of Elijah and James Worrel were removed from the old burying ground to the cemetery last week The Best Liniment Chamberlains Pain Balm is the best liniment on the writes Post Bliss of Georgia Vt No other liniment will heal a cut 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 the chest Give this liniment a trial and you will never wish to be without it Sold by Frisbies Drug Store 1m QHypocracy is the tribute the false pays to the true Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sickwith trouble I tried all sorts of none of which relieved me One day I saw an ad of your Electric and to try that taking a few doses I felt relieved and soon thereafter was entirely cured and 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 church passedAnd Lancaster returned market kidney medicines determined After have often considered S Bitters Buy Second Hand Almost Good as New And Save Money McROBERTSDRUGGIST Our Stock is replete with Everytljiiig Tew in the millinery Linea- nd 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 Heaequarters PARLOR MILLINERY STORE MRS J F LEAR 1U1U1U1U1U1UlUUU l611l111GlI School- Books mmmnrnrmnrmnrmmmnrnrnnvnrmnrnr v mm rnfm 111111llIWll1Ai1llllllllll 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 Day Yourpatrouage appreciated Sallie 1 i K Every D I I Ill are week but we keep Rillit Up To Tie and have every thing in Ladies Headwear Styles Call and see us Marvel Millinery Store Miss ADA DICKERSOX t NEW Jj- ST VilES createdevery lad c incorrect Frisbies Drug Store I= = The season for PALL PAINTING is here We are the exclusive agent in Garrard county for RAINBOW PAINT the very best Paint it is possible to make If you have any painting to do come and see us We gurantee every gallon FRISBIES DRUG STORE A New Car Load fi Old Hickory Wagons m SEE OUR STOCK OF Fine Winter f ss Very Cheap Now is the time to buy a p BUGGY CHEAP v BuggyRobes 94D Eoinans I E1 Ii more P1 I x Y I r McWhorter Estridge PAINT LICK KY ALL N OUR FALL ann WINTER We are selling the best line Dress goods ever in Paint Lick at JH remarkably low prices PiI OUR I CLOAKS FURSp f and ready made goods are also iMlEg attention all in correct styles at correct prices U I- fiij Gentlemen are pleased with our i- a line of Overcoats especially our Rain IB Coats Our prices are putting the Jfl celebrated Cielette rainproof moth jM proof coat within the reach of all p McWhorter Estridge PAINT KY Look See What Christmas and Wedding Presents at H BALLOUS Woods Prest WC Prest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITA l6ooooo SURPLUS 400040 r lC Z0x 0X J 10lCJ I I i- m Jlf1 0 X 1 W7 WJX0X Y m 1 Stock I J II p JJiJ JlX Z ttfff II 1 I cI 1 M t II E L Fish Vice W GKem per Cashr II I t oft i attracting i r b r LICK- s I 1 r f I7 FINE I l i t i a 1 1 r M COY D L FRY RGGUYN WOODS BURROWS- W C FISH E L WOODS DmECrORS R J LARNOLD- J B J s Commenced Business July 1901 We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us Our Customers Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII Iare Fine Hemp Lands Cheap Richest on earth More productive than anyln Kentucky Unimproved 5 to 810 an acre 815 to On railroad Fine climate Also tobacco corn oats alfalfa sugar rice fruit and truck lands round trip rate Nov 22d For full information write Wm E Austin Co 1111tf Bay City Texas 20 15 I W S BEAZLEY Office over Thomp ohs store Danville at G Beazley Si a I e t C FARIB Faris a Dentists r f IX im jX fD l Bargains in 1 ii I BUGGY ROBES and Heating Stoves I I m j L 4 y Jt J j j It J tl 1 co 0 d f Get our prices on z American Fence D T- j H y MOUNT EIISIN- r 5 PERSONALS Mrs L Smith has been very low with asthma Prof EN of Paint Lick was a visitor here Sunday Mr Brent Metcalf of Harrodsburg has been visiting here Mrs R G Price of Danville was a here this week Miss Carrie Currey has been visiting her sister Mrs Fisher Gaines Mr J Kinnaird has accepted a po sltion with Hamilton Dunlap Senator George Farris is spending several days with his home folks D M Lackey arid W H Lackey are in Richmond serving on the grand jury Mr and Mrs J I Hamilton have gone to Memphis Trnn to spend sev eral months Miss Margaret Tomlinson is at home again from a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Miss Lillie Dale Grant has returned from Mrs Mary Hunter of Crab Orchard Miss Bessie Martin who has been Miss Martha Gills guest has returned Ohio Mrs W H Lackey and son John of McCreary are guests of her mother Mrs R A Misses Pearl Burnside and Sue Woods of Stanford attended ception Thursday afternoon Mr J T Williams spent Sunday at St Marys College with his son Ed who is attending school there Mrs J E Stormes gave a musical last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Lottie Webb of Lexington Miss Lottie Webb who has the guest of Mrs Banks Hudson returned to her home in Lexington Mr and Mrs C K McGugin of How ard Ohio are expected Saturday for a visit to her sister Mrs R A Burnside Mrs Banks Hudson and little Porter Scott are visiting her mother Mrs Kennedy of Lexington Wall entertaindd a few friends Sunday in honor of R A Stone and family who leave this week for Somerset Miss Mayme Ballard our pretty and efficient Bryantsville correspondent paid The Record office a most highly appreciated call Saturday Messrs Ed Doty Branham Beazley John Walker and Sam Denny have gone to Tennessee on a hunting trip They were accompanied Sim mons and Jim Harry Robinson of Danville Interior Journal Mesdames R E McRoberts and Belle Burnside and Misses Mary and Martha Gill Grace Kinnaird Sallie and Mattie Elkin and Margery Drew of Lancaster attend ed the HoffmanGanvoort Wednesday evening The Christian Endeavor Society gave a delightful reception Friday evening at the curch which was most beautifully decorated with white chrysanthemums palms and ferns A sumptuous repast was served About 50 guests enjoyed the evening Cashier Smith of the Bank of Brj antsville was in Lancaster a few days since and left a nice order for with The Record office The in fine shape and proving a great convenience to the people of that The spirit of its cashier to home institutions is proof that he Is a citizen of benefit to his county Quite the handsomest affair of the season was the reception to which the Ladies Society of the Christian church held at church Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs W S Beazley and Mrs K F Postle who will leave shortly for California to reside Tne decorations were unusually beautiful It was arr enjoyable affair Elegant were served Messrs Fleece Herring and Mack Moore were visitors at Paint Lick Sunday Messrs Doc and Willie Mac Hen dren of Kirksville were with friends here Sunday Mr Marks Gowens has sold his farm of 125 acres to Mr Hogg of Letcher county for 35 per acre H D Aldridge has sold 150 barrels of corn to Spillman and Anderson at Danville for 215 per bbl Miss Minnie Rupiey of Lincoln county who is governess at Mrs Pences iras been spending a few days with Mrs John Woods Mrs Richard Ware and little daugh ter Julia Rice of Junction City Mrs Mary Rice of Danville quests part of week of Mrs Victor BiceA number of friends and relatives from Danville Harrodsburg and Lan attended the funeral of D Cbesnut at the church Wed nesday afternoon Services were ducted by Rev of the Lancaster Baptist church Mrs Cbesnufwas a noble Christian lady and will be missed in her and commu nity A lot of Cedar and Loons Posts for sale Romans Elmore Seed and Blue Sale Horn grown tt visitor i II l l to f f 1to Ironton I f f there hast Mrs T L by Jno J J I concertI I conclusive URK8 URI t r caster Mrs T j Greed for it ff James Todd a visit Bur sidep daughter printing banks section patronize refreshments and were last Fork con Ellis greatly church Banks Hudson CIr t i r e Business and Bargains Flowers Ed C Gaines 1118tf Cut Flowers Ed C Gaines 1118 Ward pays 21c 1118 2t Please call and settle your accounts 429tf Beazley Faris Roses Lillies Chryanthemums and Carnations Ed C Gaines 1118 R L Underwood pays cash for produce 10 21tf Beautiful wedding and funeral gotten on short notice 1118 tf Ed C Gaines Do not forget that good cellery at 1021tf Joe Call on R L Underwood for your groceries as he pays cash for all country produce 1021tf 130 first season ewes and five bucks E C Me Whortes phone 130 Lancaster 1118tf Ed C Gaines is for Danville Lexington and Louisville Florists 1118 tf Ward pays cash for eggs and dressed turkeys 111821 Turkeys Wanted good fat turkeys this week and next H B 1111tf Take your produce to Wards gro eery 111820 See Mrs Dollie Brown at store and order the Ladles Home Journal 1021tf Ladies and Misses Tourist coats prices less than value 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Dont forget R L Underwood when you need fresh and fancy gioceries Wanted A Man to do farm work and wife to do general house work Good wages to right E C McWhor phone 130 Lancaster 1118 tf House and lot on water street one acre jof ground Will rent for year 1905 Thompson 1118tf The Danville Steam Laundry everything but the Smith Currey Agts Paint Paint Paint fWe handle every varnishes and can give be 9 9 Frisbies Dru See the handsome wrist bags and Worlds Fair bags at Miss Ada Dick Marvel Millinery store o7tf For Rent One 8 room house with 2 acre lot on Lexington ave 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 C McWhorter or O W Shugars Clover Timothy Blue Grass and all of fine seeds for sale Dont to see us buyingMarksbury Son Why buy ready made clothing that get out of shapeand buttons come off when you can have a suit made to We have the nicest 1ne of Fountain Syringes Bulb Syringes and Hotwater Bottles ever shown 99 Frisbies Drug Store We have some new styles in Chil drens long coats at popular prices 2t The Logan Dry Goods Co Window Let us sell you what window glass you will need befor weather comes Our prices 9 9 Store 1000 Suit FOP All I have arrangements by which lean make you a suit to your individual measure for 1000 Do not miss this opportunity to secure one J C Hemp hill Good Pplce FOP Eggs Wanted strictly fresh clean eggs Will pay twenty cents a dozen for strictly fresh Held stock lower pri ces H B 1111tf Winning Numbers The win the at the Joseph Mercantile Cos this week pink C 721 white 1625 bu 1515 red 1407 bright yellow 10 pink 206 Notice We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash 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 Residence FOP Rent The 5room dwelling known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street New house outbuildings plenty of water location Possession given January 1 I Hamilton 1111tf The Rock Island Frisco System will have very low round trip tickets California to Sept 9 good re turning until Oct 23rd Also low one way colonist rates to California and the North west Sept 15 to Oct 15 J E Stormes will tell you all about it see him tf House For Rent at Lowell Will rent house in inv yard Con tains 2 rooms and kitchen Also stable room Will rent for 456 month and expect three months rent in ad vance Will Hurt Jr Lowell 11lltf Best Paper For Ladles The Ladies is far ahead of in the reading line for ladles grows In favor ry day Mrs Dollie at store is receiving subscriptions and If yon want the best paper at lowest price call see her 1021tf Timothy Seed and Blue seea for Sale Banki Hudson it I 4i fore gs designs For Sale South- down agent We are stowing some styles In 10 21tr tenant For Rent J C washes prices Store J F Robinson to- E 10 28 tf Hemphill lass old are ght Frisbies 9 30 tt tickets dishes on too Aug 15 Home eve J S gown w a country new thin uu forget rug following necessary Mrs J Journal anything Som Z fi Danville Ky CHRISTMAS GOODS Opening Thursday Nov 17 We having our opening very early in order to give our many outoftown customers a chance while weather is pleasant to come to Danville and make their Christmas purchases from the immense lines that we show We have been gathering this stock from all quarters of the world Japan China France Germany England all contribute somthing towards this stock and we consider this the best stock we have had in years There are hun dreds of very unique and attractive articles one cf a kind that cannot be duplicated J tM rI I A Ir tA q1 are Silver ware Cut Glass Japa nese Wares Tail ored Suits Rain coats Furs Furs Wdists silk Everything in Plated and Sterling Sil ver for the the table from a salt spoon to a tea set Prices always on a moneysaving basis I We are the only dealers in Central Kentucky that sell the celebrated John Hoare Cos Brilliant Cut Glass We a big stock of Salad Bowls Jugs Vaces Olives Celery Carafes Tumblers Goblets etc at every price from 125 to 30 carry On account of the prominent part the Japs are now taking in the worlds work and the great display at the St Louis Fair there has an demand for Japanese works of Art Knowing this we have se cured a remarkably attractive line of Brick curios thatare distinctively Popular price pieces at locts to i Also a collection of exquisite specimens of their highest Art works such as Idzuma Satsuma Imari Cloissonne Moriagi Bron zes Ivories and Silveo Cloissonne Allow yourself all day to properly see all of this dis play and you will not regret the time spent arisen immense aBrackand Japanese Our present line of 250 Suits are almost new since Oct 9 Prices from 10 up every popular color and style We call special attention to our superb line of high grade suits at 20 to 30 These ale made by the highest price mentailors in New York and they show it in their style and shape and fit and are different from what you will see elsewhere Suits for girls of 10 to i4 years made of all wool materials at 6 allentirely We are the Raincoat people of Central Kentucky We carry the finest made We have more to select from More and prettier and exclusive styles We are agents for the celebrated English J M Co Raincoats Special values in Raincoats at 10 15 17 20 and 25 We advise you not to put off your of Furs Our present stock was care fully selected from the first choice of this years skins and cannot be duplicated in eith er quality or price The popular furs are Brown Wolf Bear Sable and Issabella Fox Minks and Sabeles Prices on fine real fur Scarfs nd Boas are 7 to k and Muffs to match 6 to 30 Excellent values in cheaper furs from i to 5 purchase MartensD The best fitting and attractive styles you can find at 5 7 and 9 Black browns leather navy and white all made o1 the finest Chiffon Taffetas most Danville4 w FLAT WOOD Again the Death Angel has over our neighborhood and has taken from us one of our oldest and most be loved citizens Mrs Lucy Worrel She died Friday evening Nov 4th Mrs Worrel had been a sufferer of bron chial troubles for twentyfive years and her suffering In the last few years has been very great For fiftythree years she has been a consistent church member She was ready and willing to leave a world of suffering and death and enter the realm where there is no suffering no death She leaves four children two sisters and three to mourn her departure The children of Mrs Lucy Worrel extend their heartfelt thanks to the many friends who assisted them In their time of need FOP Rent Ten room twostory brick house in good repair On Danville street half a block from public suitable for boarding house Apply to Eliza L Anderson Lancaster Ky or J M Grand 8th and Jefferson sts Waco Texas lM8tf W H Ward Green Clay Walker have aranged to kill hogs in the lot adjoining Stones old store See them and get your hogs killed and dressed at 50c per head 1118 2t C E Resolutions We the Committee on Resolutions beg leave to submit the following Be it Resolved that we most heartily express our sincere appreciation and heartfelt gratitude for the generosity and hospitality as shown us by the good people of Moreland and its for their appropriate decorations for their careful provision for our comfort and welfare and for the they have manifested in the tings of the convention Be it Resolved that vie Christian united in one course do all in our power with the help of God to suppress the liquor traffic and by earnest efforts seek to raise the of Christian citizenship Be it Resolved that we as individual feeling an increased enthusi asm in this cause determine on our return home to exert ourselves in the enlargement of every department of our work Be it Resolved that a copy of these reso lutions be sent to one paper in each county of this district in order that the community large might know of the success of this Christian Convention of the 8th district Union of Kentucky held at Moreland Nov 4th and 5th Signed committee on resolutions G S Watson Mrs McDonald Mrs Gaines R E McRoberts Signs The Bond Miona Nature Cure for Dy pep la Cost Nothing Iflt Fall 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 GUARANTEEBOND We hereby agree to refund the money paid tot on return of empty box the purchaser tells ns thai it has to cure dyspepsia or stomach troubles This guarantee covers two boxes or a months treatment Price SVC 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 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 Special Notice On account of my not having the time to come back to Lancaster and hav ing extra help at home to 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 up Gold Crowns 4 large 5 The best set of teeth be made 6 I am using Justis teeth exclusively and will make them on Celuloid or the best rubber at the above price All workguaranteed DE V H HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky TELEPHONE No 4 I I 1 I report vicin- Ity interest sit Endeavors standard societies Endeavor I I I l started- on l i i thatcan I 2 hovered brothers square A CRYBABY generally has something to cry fbr It is as natural for a sickly baby to cry as it is for a healthy baby to laugh But who is to blame for the babys illhealth The mother generally Babys strength must come from her and when she is weak and suffering she has no strength to give her child Many mothers testify that their children were sickly until Dr Pierces Fa A cam 1Mhf hRr wuwv ferkt R+ vorite Prescription was used during Favorite Prescription makes the mother strong It gives her strength to her Beyond all this the use of Favorite Prescription reduces the pain and strain of maternity making the babys practically painless I taking Favorite Prescription the first month when I Golden Medical Discovery there was a fine girl of two and three days nights of suffering the greatest agony could suffer as I had always all and the before babys coming The reason for this is that n n eX- pected become a mother Mrs R Redford of Rockville Van I had taken six bottles of Favorite Prescription and three of born to Instead that one all me I only sick about five hours and had at all I am the mother ten children and this one is the finest and most healthy of them all and a pretty child w us was very those very too I dont know Headless people bear needless pain The labor of love leads to love of labor Public Sale I will sell on the premises on Tuesday December 6 1904 at 10 oclock A M 3 Blue Grass Farms located near Red House in Madi son County Ky about seven miles from Richmond also about one mile from Ford convenient to Schools and churches and in one of the best neighborhoods in Madi son County Harm Contains about 270 Acres 2 Farm Contains about 140 Acres 3 Farm Contains about 300 Acres These farms will be sold subject to survey TERMS Onethird cash balance in one and two years at six per cent interest with lien on land until purchase money is paid Will give general warranty deed Mrs J W Smith Harvey Chenault Agt Long Tom Chenault Auct In a advice I insist that all suffering mothers Dr Pierces medicines and be convincedThe who offers a substitute for Favorite Prescription does so to gain the little more paid on the sale of less meritorious cines His is your loss accept no substitute mhmaU wfeffeit a tmxmtln 4 how thanks to for tt therefore Ileree IeMDIII to wwtivww- n AI1fa b MUtr with FrniN Pia- a rtduatrar rgrrirs Mr Carl is delivering corn at 2 per barrel Mr Aspie Sebastian had a valuable mare to die last week The snow storm last Sunday us of old time winter Mrs W A Wheeler and Mrs Zack Simpson visited at Teatersville last week Ross Prather are buying corn from Mr Ingram here at 185 per bbl heapTurkeys are beginning to move to waid market We hope that one at least will find its way to the table of the editor of the Central Record for Thanksgiving dinner Mr Wiley Wheeler will go to or some point South in a few days to improve his health His ma ny friends hope the trip will be of great benefit to him A B JONES Broker and Commission Merchant DANVILLE KY Stocks Bonds Grain Pro visions and Cotton Private Wires to Cincinnati New York and Chicago Office on Third Street in Farris Build ing Free telephone service to customers All trades Guaranteed NINA Prewitt reminded Alabama I I I I I I I DO U II U DO 10 DO tooeooeolelo t t f eoooovooooooooolooooo000000000 t L The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENHT Pruldeit JOHN B STOHIIES Vice Prcst S C DENNY Cashier B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnalrd To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and l of Kentucky LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fc oo SURPLUS itM B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONKT Asst Cashr C D WAXKKB Bookkeeper Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTOBS J 8 BFHod o J J Walker v o 2 T F Robinson Asst Cashr O anl Th Br9dntS1ilr r9antsville t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t ft ft ft tt t t t t t H tt It 1J LewIB Y Lea e11 ll Arnold U I tI n11 I H ntlo 11i I fI 11 I H linl nlfl 1 i r 1493 o e 0 0B 0 ppp WgllxEquipped m I II BnslaessSohcl ted Robinson IC r 5 a Mr fl A Duncan sold a of nhoata toC A Bobitoh at 4c Mr Dennie Scott Ijqught 25 barj01 of corn from Mr Win Preston at 200 per barrel Messrs Samuel Duncan and Floyd Sanders and wives made a visit Wash ngton county last week Miss Eliza Duncan of Stom has been spending several days with her stepmother Mrs Sarah Duncan Mrs Wm Crawford little son and daughter spent from Saturday until Monday with Mr J C Crawford and familyMiss Melia Teater accompadied by Hr Hunter Ray the guests of Miss Yalona Duncan Saturday and SundayMessrs BrineyDean and Isaac left last week for Indianapolis where they expect to remain through the winter The friends and relatives of Mrs F Scott celebrated her sixty third birth day Sunday Nov 13 by giving her a surprise dinner She received several nice presents and a bountiful dinner was served There were present and all enjoyed the Mrs Wm McWilliams died at her home at this place Saturday night She had been sick about two weeks but was thought to be much better and her death was very unexpected to the family She was a regular of the Baptist church here she was a Methodist She will b3 much missed especially in church Remains were interred in Lancaster Cemetery Monday We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family 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 Coughs and 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 810Q Trial bottles free 1m The finest music heard in heaven is made on earth Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth tails to show proper respect for old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how severe and irrespective of old age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this perfect Pill 25c at Mc Roberts Drug Store 1m The best way to forget old age is to have a joyous childhood to remember PROM 50UTH AFRICA New Way or Value Chamberlain Cough Remedy Mr Aurthur Chapman writing from Durban Natal South Africa says As a proof that CbamberlainsCougb 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 put some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child This they did and brought about a quick re lief and cured the baby This is for sale by Frisbie3 Drug Store1m The man who runs from work gets no rest Chamberlain Cough Remedy 1 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 it a Savor similar to maple syrup mak Ing it quite pleasant to take Mr W L Roderick 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 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 As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like or 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 filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal and proposes to maintain it 916tf Arterial aid Cavity Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes mistook Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian A i rlUlUO k were Duncan E seventy day attendant although remedy 11 the buyers FAVORITE 11A th1 r r o f 1f l bunt tbe best 11IERCES RESCRIPTION FOR WEAK WOMEN 0 BEAZL- UNDERTAKEf always Undertakers Phone ill wok a Money Moneys be saved To be Sold at COST S 30 00 worth of 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 Robes 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 BoltsAxle 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 Slop Buckets Foot Tubs 2 Ice Chests Flour Sifters Cooking Crockery Dinner Bells 2 Sickle Grinders Brooms Screen Doors 155 Ibs of 1 inch Sisal Rope 4 Truck and Scales combined English Spurs Plow and Wagon Hames Coffee Mills Turkey Roasters Rolling Pins Matches Leggins Etc Etc Etc At former Hardware Store of K F Postle Mm 53 vJs AsSi i Assignee j1 f e tirF ii1 l ALTENTION f 2 1 FKodolDYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe 100 bottle contains 2VJ timesthe trial size which sells for 50 cents PREPARED ONLY AT THE LABORATORY OF 1t ILLFor t y AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS AT Low PricesRemember we carry everything in the Vehicle line and our facili ties for repairing cannot be equaled in central Kentucky Conn Bros mmmntrmmrn nrnrnr BUGGIES II ffnf iff m JIIUIUIUIW1W111UI1111UU111U11111111 U11111111111lIU11111111111111 NOTICE TO CREDITORS vs Louisa J Carter c Defts Notice is hereby given to all parties having claims against the estate of decedent M Carter to present cuit Court on or be fore Saturday November 20 1904 at his office in Lancaster Ky and the to hear proof upon and audit the claims of the said decedent estate Garrard Circuit Court I Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on SATURDAY NOV 26 1904 at 1 oclock sell to the highest and best bidder the following property 2 cows 2 calves 2 sows and 17 pigs 8 cattle sboats 1 good 8 yearold cum blned mare 1 three year old filly one two horse wagon 1 spring wagon 1 disc corn planter 1 rake 3 turn ing plows harrows double and shovel plows double trees and single trees 1 set of rock tools good wire fence machine wagon harness and plow gear and other useful articles Some hay oats hemp and shock fod der Also 1 Kim ball organ 3 stoves and a few other household articles Terms made known on of sale Harry D Aldridge Marksburry Ky Farms FOP Sale 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 Kgents over Kentucky and adjoining states We also sell stores hotels mills c Columbia Finance Trust Co Farm Business Opportunity Dept 2t Louisville Ky REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL DANK OF LANCASTER K1 AT The Close ofBusiness NOT 10 1904 Loans and discounts 138213 C3I Overdrafts secured and unsecured U 8 Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Bonds securities etc 20535 CO and fixtures Due from National Banks not reserve agents 869 42 Due approved reserve agents 83918 20 Checks other cash items 9 50 Notes of other National Banks 00 271 74 LAWFUL MOSEY RESERVE IN BUlK viz Specie 7125 00 Legaltender notes 6 0000 1362300 Redemption Fund with U S circulation Total 324515 79 LIABILITIES 4 50000 00 10000 00 1803949 NationalBank Notes Outstanding 60000 00 Due to Other Banks 5721 53 Due to State Banks and Bankers 82199 Individual deposits subject to check 189857 78 Certified 75 CO Total 324515791 I B C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the abort statement is true to best of my knowledge and belief 8 C Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of November 1904 R KISNAIRD Notary Public Commission expires 13th COBBZCT Attest A B DBNNY JNO E STOKMES Directors WMHKINNAIBD J A Heavy Load To lift that load off of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digest what you Sour stomach belching gason stomach and all disorders of thi stomach that are curable are instant ly relieved and permanently cured b the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure S I Storrs a druggist at 297 Main street New Britain Conn says Kodo Dyspepsia Cure is giving snch univer sal satisfaction and is so surely becon ing the relief and subsequen cure for ailment feel that Jam always sure to satisf and gratify my customers by it to them I write this t show how well the remedy is spoke of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure wa discovered after of scientific ez perl men ts will postlvely stomach troubles R E JfcRdL CourtJ Master uponsaidF M 1904J sweettoned day OP THE RESOURCES 447 7 7000 00 1095 Treasurer f 2500 0o Capital stock paid In n 1t i taxes paid KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GABRARDSS here al err or j I 1 Carters S Banking Fractional expenses and STATEOP let 1 eat this distressing recommending years and cure bola by iYa w IX 1 1 aLTy Y 1 h yin Haas Hog REMEDY i f I As a a Fattener As a Preventive Cash paid for all hops that die when fed this remedy Call on druggist for free book and full particulars Perils ofLand and Sea Captain WUlnef Keittnrkable Shown What to do lu rime 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 Willnef went to two hospitals for treatment but could get no lasting benefit He constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and tits 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 Willnef s I have less than two bottles of have been cured by the remedy Hyomei kills the germs 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 Ibought a boxof DeWitts Witch 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 R E McRob erts lm 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 billlousness constipation etc Small pill easy to to act Sold by R E McRoberts im others Praise It Mothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the sufferings it las relieved and the lives of theirlittle mes it has saved A certain cure for ougbs and whooping cough V Postmaster of Chester Our little girl was un onscious from strangulation during a udden and terrible attack of croup ne Minute Cough Cure quickly re leyed and cured her and I cannot raise it too highly One Minute ough Cure relieves coughs makes reathmg easy cuts out phlegmdraws ut inframation every Ruse of a cough and strain on lungs dold by BE McBoberta 1m F P FRISBIE different sa ofcatarrh flinch- Ing Hazel tal takeeasy L Spofford Ilch says removes I Cures Esc us Hyoi and 5croup and apo net KSLLr COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Discovery II F r99 X Nw FORI CONSUMPTION Price 50c100Free Trial w Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Many people who are neglecting symptoms trouble hoping it will wear away are drifting towards Brights Disease which is kidney trouble in one of its worst forms stops irregularities strengthens the urinary organs and builds up the wornout tissues of the kid neys so they will perform their functions Healthy kid matter is carried by the circulation to part of the body causing dizziness backache stomach trouble sluggish liver irregulars heart action etc If you have any signs of Kidney or Bladder trouble commence tak ing FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE at once as it will cure a slight dis order in a few days and a fatal malady It is pleasant tot take and benefits the whole system How to Find You can easily determine if your kid neys are out of order by setting aside for 24 hours a bottle of the urine upon arising If upon examination it cloudy or milky or has a brickdust sediment or small particles float about in it your kidneys are and taken at once G B Burhans Testifies After Four Years C B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating I Lad been entirely cured of n severe Iddney trouble by taknif less than two bottles of Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brlck dust sediment and pain and symptoms of Uldney disease disappeared I am glad to say that Ihave never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured heartily recommend 3 Kidney Cure to oaf one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Two Sizes BOo and 100 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by C C J E Stormes H F Hillenmeyer Son Blue Grass Nurseries Lexington Kentucky- d ttsVsVs OtTer for tits Fall of 1904 a full stock Fruit and Ornamental trees and for Orchard Lawn and Garden Descriptive Catalogue on application That Smooth FinishS- o much desired bv all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work LAUNDRY 51 W Main St hones Lexington Ky H T LOGAN LancasterKentuckyAgent R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Palatine National Hartford German American PJienix of Erookljn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool rondo Globe North British Merchanti- leluLifeIuCiifIartforLCflii BRIGHTS DISEASE kid n e y II I FOLEYSKIDNEY CURE impuritiesfrom kidneysdo I Out- KIDNEY CURE should bo I Foley 4 AsparagusSmall M f R FolIOWIll Gom aIDeS Conneticut l61 tj i i r 1 i i t t that t iI S lox e resell u 4- x