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THE CENTRAL RECORDTHIRTEENTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20 1903 XVMMMM 47 J 0 S G t f American Chilled Plows NO 20 Wood Beam Steel Beam These plows are plow as well as any No 20 plow Satisfaction Guaran teed o r money refunded 650 750 to J R HAS ELOE H 5 t guaranteed JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law 0 Life insurance policies bought 0 for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward THE LEXINGTON DEMOCRAT Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass Subscription Price 5 a Tear It la especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the without fear or favor iW P Walton Editor Pror lexington Ky t o f 2 R t i C I 00000000000000000000 4- Q 0 0Q 0 s a region- S news fy i- a 1 This will be the result IF the people will lend their moral support to the and every Irwabiding citizen take a public stand for law and order Items o Local Interest officers f I A deep snow fell Monday night the mercury dropping to the bottom of the tube Lost ladies furs on Richmond road between J M Palmers and town last week Return to this office Miss Olivia Sweeney will begin teaching her school at West Point the first Monday in March the 2 nd tf I The Lancaster Christian Endeavor will present the play The Last Loaf at court house Friday the 27th Get your seats The reception to be given at Mrs JJeazleys by the Ladies Aid Society this Friday evening has been indefinitely Stand by the Council in its efforts to enforce the law Dont sit on your pants and criticise but get busy and help them In other words if you know any drit go tell it to the pc lice judge A large stone has been placed over the old well at corner of Public Square and Danville street lt is ex actly like an old time and ere long will have a hant under it ten feet high Last Loaf The above drama in two acts will be presented at the court house Friday night the 27th The best local talent is to take part and an enjoyable is promised The state Christian Endeavor will have their convention at May 8 9 10 The 8th Dist con vention meets at Burgin m April The programs for both conventions are the very best That new arc light at the depot is the best improvement the Council has made recently On behalf of a long suffering public The Record wishes to thank you gentlemen May your shadows never grow less The familar name for Battle Row whisky has been Snake but heres one The other day a fellow asked a negro if he could get some liq uor Yes sir boss replied the coon lean get you some High Life Lovts Old Garrard Our old friend J T Reynolds of Greencastle Ind in paying for his paper some time ahead says I love The Recod It is my Home paper and I am for old Garrard first last and all the time I would take The Record if it cost ten dollars a year Your paper is clean reliable and can go in any mans house Success to you my boy Brewer Smith The following item was given us just after the paper had been put to press last week Mr D C Brewer of Ven ita I T and Miss Mary Smith of Harrodsburg were married in the of the Gilcher hotel in Danville the Rev Wm Walden officiating The bride is a beautiful and lovely young lady and was a belle with many and friends She is related to Mrs Wm Walden of Lancaster and has many friends in this vininity who wish her a life of happiness The groom is a prominet young grocery man in Veniti and is a young man of fine business qualifications and good habits To Town Subscribers Having had several complaints from subscribers along the carriers route we made an investigation and find that servants steal the paper when the carrier leaves it in a hallway or under a door The names put on the pa pers by a machine which makes it impossible for any one to be missed and as the writer runs this machine we kndw a paper is started to each subscriber every week The present carrier John Dunn is the most faithful one we have ever badso the trouble is elsewhere Watch the negro servants and you will see where the trouble is If fail to get your paper from the post office itMs no fault of oursand if you will you will find that your children call for vent take it to school with them and of course lose not but possibly letters postponed grave The even- Ing Society A New Name parlors are absolutely Investigate only Hayfield anew admirers you mail The Record T 1 o Friday the 27th The Last Loaf Sonic Weather The sudden change in the weather Monday was followed by a high wind and snow Tuesday was very cold while the gale of Wednesday made it almost impossible to get about The extreme cold has caused much suffer ing to those not blessed with a boun tiful coal pile and stock has fared bad ly The trains are all late and reports of much suffering come from all parts of the country The Bryantsville and other mail wagons couldnt make the trips Wednesday or yesterday as the snow in some places drifted six feet deep over the road Take Em Out and Hung Em Some people seem to be in an un happy frame of mind They cannot admire excellency without making some comment on deficiencies With them the times are always out of joint They are simply in a critical attitude and nothing except will satisfy their morbid condi tion says an exchange They remind one very strikingly of the old lady who when she was asked how she felt replied that she felt better but that when she felt better she always felt worse as she knew if she felt bet ter she was going to have a worse spell again Mycr lVare The many friends and admirers of Miss Hallie Rice Myers will bye great ly surprised to learn that she was mar ried yesterday Wednesday to Mr Richard Ware of Williamstown Ky The ceremony took place at the resi dence of Mrs Mary Rice near Marks bury and was witnessed by a few near relatives The bride is the youngest daughter of Squire Ike N Myers and is a young lady of beautey and inteli gence Since the death of her mother she has spent most time at the home of the late Col A J Rice The groom is engaged in the at Williamstown and is spoken of highly as a young man of steady habits and energy The couple took the train for Cincinnati where they will spend a few days returning to Williamstown The Record extends congratulations Delightful Reception The open session held by the local W CT U at their hall Saturday afternoon was a delightful affair in every respect Nearly all members were present and each lady strived her hardest to make the guests enjoy the afternoon As stated in last issue this was given in honor of the local ministers honorary members lawyers and the editor of The Record The dinner consisted of delightfullypre pared substatials and was served style At each plate was a bandpainted card bearing some in scription suitable to the individual For instance on the one at our plate was drawn a large bottle of old bour bon a glass lumps of sugar lemon and spoon with the inscription Never more will I These cards were tte handwork of Miss Jennie Lackey and were highly complimented There were probably eighteen guests and each came away with a firmer to do what he could to help aid and assist the noble women in their humble bat tie for law and order Certainly Deserves It Louisville Times A Republican well up on State matters said today The time has come for the friends of the man who is the acknowledged leader and adviser of the Republican party in Kentucky to call on Pres ident to honor his administration and Kentucky and the bench by ap pointing William O Bradley to thee vacant judgeship Ohio has not united but Kentucky can unite on Bradley Let the president ask eve ry that comes in the interest of some other candidate about the ex Governor let him ask the other candidates themselves and he will get but one fearless and honest Even party in Kentucky recognizes that he has made of the safest and most con scientious Govenors we had and if Mr Roosevelt will do this thing he will have buifded far wiser than he knew I have not the Gbvenor for weeks but as his friend would to offer made to him grumbling other grocery business Inelegant detirm nation the o and answercapable one ever seen lIke see thls l Landa dram man the Democratic w A N s n M Law and Ordered Leagae A number of citizens met in the po lice court room Sunday afternoon and organized a law and order league the object of is to assist the officers in breaking up the blind tigers Those present were among the best citizens of the town who are detir to do all in their power to break up the tigers and put a stop to the illegal sale of liquor They will certainly succeed if they will only keep up the work with the vigor in which they have commenced The idea that a law cannot be enforced is all tom foolery and if the people will only come out and say which side they are on tigers will soon be a thing of the past Another meeting will be held at the same place next Sunday afternoon and The Record is asked to invite all lovers of law and order and to say that the country people who wish to help in the cause are earnestly requested to be present The meeting takes place at 230 Heres a chance to show your colors If you are for the right come out say so or shut up like an oys ter and remain so when others to downy thing A Truthful Story The Cynthiana Democrat says The following is a pretty good story that you need not believe if you dont want to A farmer over in Indiana had a novel experience A few years ago he built a small barn and in its con struction used green willow posts at the corners and along the sides For sometime nothing unusual but after a year he saw that whereas he had laid the floor near the ground it was three feet above the soil He found the willow posts instead of be ing dead were alive had taken roots and were growing In their upward movement they had takeu the barn a long Last spring the barn wason stilts nine feet high and he put in a new floor and surrounded the post with siding thereby making a twostory affair There is now a space of seven inches between the new floor and the ground and the owner expects to have a threestory barn in the course of time Farm Labor Scarce A leading farmer of Woodford coun ty who has been a farmer all his life and cultivates 500 acres of land has arranged to quit farming March 1st and gives as his reason the increasing difficulty almost impossible of em ploying labor to cultivate his crops This is a problem which is daily be coming of more serious concern to nearly all the farmers of this section says the Harrodsburg Herald In Woodford as elsewhere farm labor con sists almost entirelv of negroes In the past years scores of the most effl csent colored farm hands have migrat ed to the Virginias and Tennessee to work in coal mines and on railroad con struction while others have gone to Indianapolis the socalled Negros Heaven Of the a very considerable number prefer a life of ease and comparative idleness In town however scant the living to work in the country and decline to engage in the latter As a result of these con ditions the farmers are up against a pretty difficult question Some time ago several Mercer farmers got togeth er and had about concluded to import Japanese labor but since we have heard nothing of the matter AFTER TUB TIGERS City Council Goes on Tour or InrestI- Cation The Chute Visited and Tigers Warned to Close Up As was stated in a recent issue of The Record the City Council has de termmed to close up the blind tigers in Lancaster and will nothing undone that will help them in the un dertaking Saturday night a special meeting of the Council was held and it was decided to make a trip through the Chute and visit those places where they had reason to believe that liquor was being sold In several dives they found beer and whisky In large They told owners in plain language that unless they quit selling they would be prosecuted to the full est extent of the law and were given to understand that the lawabiding people of Lancaster had become tired of the tigers and were at that point where they were about ready to resort to force to have the law respected This done in a quiet orderly way but with a firmness that we believe will result in good The time has come when the people are determined that the laws must be enforced and if every citizen will lend his assistance to the officers it can be done Theres no use abusing the officers for every body knows that a law is no good and cannot be enforced unless the people are at the back of it and stand by their officers The marshal and his deputy do their duty as far as possible but wnen the people are lukewarm you can see why the tigers If the law and league will stand by the policemen and when they get a case attend the trial and see that the witnesses are not run off things will be different in Lancaster That old dont do duty will not hold good and if those who accuse the officers of failure to do their duty will only attend a and watch subsequent proceedings of the convict ed promptly giving for any amount and then turned free they will change their opinions Italmost impossible to against a tiger operator forlf Irianwill patronize them will not hesitate to adopt them I and attempt noticed negros left quantities the was ord tog tam anyplan to which mined was leave flourish cry theofficers their trial replelu bonds swear protect hr f jy F nN4 Forget the Date SemiAnnual Opening IN OUR FOR THE Spring Exclusive designs in SEASONABLE FABRICS to meet the demands of all Good Dressers will be open for inspection A Practical Cutter from the Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati will be with us on H T SLOGAN Dont t Merchant Tailoring Department 1903 Feb 2021 I andSummerSeason 12 new diamond solatare rings and studs just received Death of Anderson j A telegram was just received announcing the death of Mrs Nannle B Anderson at Waco Tex She was only ill for a few days The remains will be sent to Lancaster and the burial take place here Saturday Mrs Anderson was wellknown in Gar rard having many relatives and friends here A Good Investment If fhe right party wants to invest in a good paying general store situa ted in a thriving Garrard county and MEANS BUSINESS he should call at this office It will about 5500 and if you dent care to go in this deep dont come No questions answered unless we are convinced that you have the money and want to buy Brann On Man The place to take the measure of a man is not in the forum or the field not in the market place or the amen corner but his own fireside There he lays aside the mask and you may judge whether he is imp or angel king or hero or humbug I care not what the world it crowns him with bays or pelts him with bad eggs not a copper what his reputation may be if his dread his homecoming and his betterhalf swallows her heart every time she asks him for a five dollar bill hes a fraud of the first water When the children rush to the front gate to meet him and loves own illuminates the face of his wife when she hears his footfall you take it for granted that he is pure gold for his home is a heaven and the humbug never gets that near to the white throne of God He may be a rank atberist and a red flag anarchist a Mormon and a mugwump he may buy votes in blocks of five and bet on the election and may deal them from the bottom of the pack and drink beer until he cant tell a silver dollar from a circular and be Infinitely a better man than the cowardly little hypocrite who is all suavity in society yet makes home a hell who vents upon the helpless heads of his wife and children the that he would like to inflict upon his fellow men but he I can forgive much in that fellow who rather make men swear than women weep who would rather call to thee eyes of a king than to the face of a child Branns Iconoclast Ten drummers In train this These fellows certainly it in the cold weather We two start to Danville In a bug gy Wednesday When 4t was as cold stingy mans heart The drt wr ai a rule is a ctever fellow niae put of every ten are Mrs yesterday village req- UIre It cur sayswhether I care saw not r none j en r I babies sunshine still his ill natue dares mortal hit fear came week catch neck n saw ash wind r tn Y 3 j wyfXM Goods Hamburg Edgings Ginghams Torchon and Val LaceS White and Colored OxfordCloths Black and Colored Wool Dress Goods suitable For Early Spring Wear Remember closing out Clothing and Furnishing Goods stock at Cost I Spring We are now s f J we are GROUSeU c C l 2c y iUlUllllll receiving S ringood our IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY BESTTHE OLD WAGONS Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied i n buying jt We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES PHOTONS HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c C R O M A N S ill JELMOREI f I I 1 i t 1 1 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poet Office in Lancaster Kyat SecondClan Nan Matter lancaster Ky Feb 20 The National Air should be chang ed to Rastus On Parade under the present regime Editor Edgar Albright is a born bus tier as the wonderful progress of his MtVernon Signal goes to prove A large cylinder press was added to his equipment last week and he now of the best offices in the If it were not for the fact that jowl and greens time is so close at band a fellow wouldt care whether he lived or died this miserable gloomy weath er Having some greate vent to look forward to Is a blessing indeed Out in this neck o the woods when a negro Is invited to soshibul he puts in a days time sharpening the he invariably takes with him so its safe to those who in vited to the White House spend at least a getting their steel in shape BICKEYE Mr Robert Long sold to James Har drick a sow for 20 Mr W B Bay bought of John an interest in a calf for 25 Mr Heather Ray bought of Mr Har 8 Green a sow and pigs for 35 At this writing Mr Joe Simpson baby is low with brain fever Miss Marsee of Bourne was the guest of Miss Bernice Broaddus Thursday aitjd Friday Mr Bay and Miss Hattie of guests of Miss Ora Hendren at Kirksville Saturday arid SundayMr Bay of Illinois is visiting his parents His sisters Misses Cordia and Ruth will accompany him back expecting to make that their future home NINA Corn is worth 2 per bbl here and Hemp seed are high and scarce in and about this place P r is in a pit ul amLdangerous condition Mr N JThomas of this place is vis iting bis phildren at Broadhead Uncle Nick Ross has returned to his home here after a pleasant visit of four weeks to his daughter in onMr Collins who has lived here the past year has Nicholis county Mr a nice gentleman and we regret his go Ing Mr Cronley Boss of Illnois and Miss Addle Baker daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Baker of this place were married last Thursday and will at qnce gotIllnolf to reside 1903 state a razor are week proper very f Lucy Jones Buckeyewere It shoats blots per lho 1 1 i Mad his Collins is hone say coons Sew 4 ttti old home el PAINT LICK New lotof furniture on hand B L Jennings and Co Paint Lick If you want a nice spring Suit see B L Jennings and Co They leading houses and can please you FREACUEBSYILLE MissBruce King is visiting friends at Burgin J M Cress sold 20 hogs K Per king at 6 cis per lb WD Elmore bought a calf from Sam Cockrin for 81L W P Grimes of Stanford was out on his farm Saturday J P Rogers bought 3 yearling mules from Hiatt Stigall for 9105 Pate Parris bough some hogs at Crab Orchard for 6 cts per lb W B Bennitt bought some nice mules at Jellico price unknown Samp Cummins was some what sick last week but he is out again D M Anderson little babe was taken very sick last Saturday but is out of danger now Mr James Pettus and wife sting Mrs of the weekJB Hutchins sold 20 hogs to J S Anderson for 108 and bought 3 calves from A J Tompson for 33- Mr Alverson of Stanford was last waek in the Interest of his race for representative of Lincoln county Old has been sick for some time died last Saturday and was buried at Brodhead Sunday by the MasonicfraternityDave and James Shaw went to Nashville last week but soon learned that there is no place like home So they returned MINSK The young people of Manse have a Glee Club Miss Annie Burke has returned from a visit to Junction City Miss Jennie Higgins began a select school at Manse last week Mrs John Reid is rapidly improving after an attack Mr Arch Walker Jr is visting his parents Mr and Mrs W S Walker MlssTommie Francis of Lancaster has been the guest of Mrs Arch kerMisses Isabel Walker and this week tara visit in Louisville Mrs Will Arnold of Richmond Mrs Dr of and Miss Lula McCluer of Orchard have been the guest sot Mr and Mrs Robert ArnoldMiss Margaret Walker entertained her many friends at a valentine party Friday evening Terewas good on the piano Lovely refreshments were served Foleys and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough con rains no opiates and cures quickly Careful mothers keepit in the house C C and J E Stprmes druggist represent to waS J F Pettus the Mr Sowders who organized Wal Jets WaIf n ville mus- Ic Honey L first h rheumatism left Elliott Crab m Cemetery Work Those desiring to erect memorials inthe Spring of We can furnish you any thing from a toT A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class Pat romiz your hom people and tare Agents andr STANFORD STXMMT h i qt Clf e 6 It y t lathI8otk8Il as n J tL 1 U t t 6r t 1 11 f ri p aukd heir orderw n shad thus euro Prompt delierT Marker qtr ele kezelr r s I1EUXA VI TA I Sidney Poor sold to Young of Jcasa Miss Mattie Johnson is with her sis ter Mrs Sarah Preston Fred Green bought of AT Scott a bunch ofshoats at6 per cwt Hugh Christopher bought in Lex ington last a black horse for Will Askins Jr has returned to Missouri after a visit to his parents and other relatives Whooping cough is an epedemic here One little urchin has a double malady i e mumps and whooping cough A company from Indiana is a saw mill at Camp Nelson on this side of the river Coopers branch is to be bridged A number of our people attended a social Saturday evening given by Mss Dettie Brooks BryantsviHe Misses Arnold and Leek of your city were among the guests It is expected that a new turnpike will be built from the Buena Vista and Kentucky river pike leading down through Pollys Bend This road is much needed and we congratulate the farmers who have been ambitious enough to susbscribe theirpart of the fundsThe mulequestion seems to be the all absorbing one in our village The following transfers have been made Will Scott bought of Mercer parties 1 pair mules for 250 sold to Peel of Jessamine one pair for 230 A T Scott to A D Scott 1 pair 2 year old for 225 Sid Poor to G H Ruble work mule for8100 A T Scott in Harrddsburg 4 extra yearling mare mules price private Nit Smith sold to Peel of Jessamine 1 young mule for 50 James Spilman sold to same 1 young mule price unknown BRYANTS VILLE Born to the wife of Alfred Boner a 91 pound girl J B Leavell bought a horse of John Jackson for 125 Miss Nell Bourne is visiting relat ives in Lexington Bryant Ballard is confined to room with mumps Mr S N Steadman was in Lancaster Monday on business Mrs J B Leaven was in Danville Monday on business Mrs Live Norris visited relatives at Burgin last week C C Becker sold a good farm horse to Mr Bub Duncan for 35 Miss Broonneld of Jessamine is the guest of Miss Bettie Brooks Mr C C Becker is in the City buy ingspring goods for the firm Miss Bessie Balton of Danville is the guest of Miss Mae Robinson MrTom Bettis of Crab Orchard is the guest of his cousin Richard Bettis Katie is the guest of aunt Mrs Annie Moore of Harrodsburg son Mrs A S Haselden was the of her mother Mrs B F Jennings Danville last Friday Mrs Celia J Armstrong was guest of her sisters Mrs Winnie Hol loway and Fletcher Icon of Wilmore last week Mrs W E Combs and two little granddaughters of Hanly visited her daughter Mrs W L Glass several days last week Misses Margurite Cook and Annie Ellison Messrs Tom Black and Aleck Ellison of Richmond are the guests of Mr and family Tendency TIme The tendency of medical science toward preventive measures The best thought of the world is being given to the subject It is easier and better to prevent than to cure Ithas been fully demonstrated that one of the most dangerous dIseasesthat medical men have to con the Pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of influenza grip anti it has been observed that this re medy counteracts any tendency of these diseases toward pneumonia This has been fully proven in many thousand of cases which this rem been during the great prevalence of colds and grip In recent pears and can be Jelled upon with im elicit confidence Pneumonia often results from a slight cold when no danger is apprehended until it is aud discovered that there is fever anddifflculty in breathing and pains in the chest then it is announced that the patient has pneumonia Be on side and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as soon as the cold is contracted It cures For all druggists The laborer is of his hire but unfortunately worthiness is not always a JBicaped An Awfol lire Mr of Fla My doctor told me I had Cori snmptioDand nothing could be done r given up to die The offer of i free trial bottle ofDr Kings New dicovery Consumption in dated me to try it Results were start illBg 1 anrnow on the road to recov and owe all to ir Kings New Jlcovert ItureJy saved my guaran for a dlung doaewes by R B Dru sftt rprice soc LOO Trial bottl fr L la I mIne 3i week ISO erecting near U party CourtsMIss there edy has d sale m writes me was life Th lC bert i i t 1 4 shoats at 8585 Y Far el gu B F Patton the bye used the sale 1 winner H Haggins Melbourne for for err greatcare la h dp j throat a 4 MJTTiSll ntOiU NI3 IV MFXICO ROSWELL New Mexico Editor Central Record Having promised quite number of my friendson leaving Ken tacky to let them Lear from me occa atonally when I should reach the land next to the skips and thinking that probably many of your subscribers would like to hear something in to the climate and resources of the country I concluded to write this letter for publication in your ever welcome paper if you think it to be sufficient interest to entitle it to a therein We left Lancaster Dec 2nd in a regular downpour of rain which con tinned until we had almost reached Louisville where we had to four five hours for the Henderson and St Louis train reached St Lout next morning at 850 oclock and had wait there for twelve hours in to take a train that would make connections with other trains at different points west Soon after leaving St Louis we struck a regular snow storm and blizzard through Mis souri and Kansas After Wich Kansas the weather more pleasant and fair and do not think that I ever saw a more beautiful sun rise we were to behold on the morning of 5th on the plains of the Pan Handle of Texas The weather continued to become warmer until we reached our destination RoswellNew Mexice just as the sun capped peaks of Monte Blanco or in plain English White Mountains one hundred thirtyfive miles distant The here are equal to the famous sun sets of Italys shores The whole western horizon is a flame with the red rays of light re fracted over the mountains for an hour after the sun hid its face from view This is indeed a delightful winter climate We have been here lust one month and have had only two cloudy days on one of these days it drizzled all day The remainder of the time has been fair ana bright with the exception of two or three foggy mornings which are caused by the cold east wind coming in contact warm waters of Spring and Bei rivers which run North and East of town But by ten oclock on these days the fog is and the sun shines out bright and warm have had several mornings when themometer showed up 14 degrees above zero but by 10 oclock it is pleasant enough to be comfortable without fire Considerable ice is at this temperaturebut on of the dryness of the ground it not frozen consequently we are bothered with mud and slush as would be in Kentucky when the are cold and days warm The elevation of this place above the sea is 3000 feet and we have an almost constant high barometer which conditions the pure comes down from the heavens and spreads out in all were instead of coming in as surface cur rents ladened with disease and other earthly filth as is the case under low barometrical conditions I find that nearly or quite half the people here are people who came here in pursuit of health and in near ly all cases where there was a bronchi al or lung trouble they were greatly benefitted and usually entirely cured Sometimes they wait too late and carried home a corpse But Roswell is not like a great many other towns in the arid west having no other cap ital than their healthy climate and depending on health saekers for their existence On the contrary it is on all sides especially up and down the Pecos valley by the richest lands on the globe which only needs the land of the magic wand of water to bring it to life and cause it to bring forth to perfection every plant and tree known in temper ate zone whose fruits are pleasant to the taste and necessary to the of man and beast and the beauty of it is that this section has the water and an abundance of it not only that derived from the four large spring rivers which head in from two to ten tulles from which flow in constant unvarying streams both summer and winter and the Pecos river about ten miles east of town which are now utilized to irri gate some 70000 acres of fields and orchards but also that which is al ready and may be derived from the artesian flow which has been tested already in a belt of country from sev en to fifteen miles in width and miles in length and other tests will show that it is of much greater extent A good flow of water is sec ured in this belt at depths ranging from 250 to 1000 feet flowing from 200 to 1500 gallons per minute It is claimed that one ordinary well is suffi cient to irrigate 100 acres of land While only a small portion of the in this irrigable district is now n cultivation pearlY fill ofit has been filed and be had only by pur landsHinder the ditch or with artesian wells on them other wise unimproved within six to eight miles town sell from 100 to 200 per in orch irds sell much higher Lands more than eight or ten miles from town and under ditch but otherwise unim bring from 840 to SlOOper acre The only cheap land that can be bought in the artesian when water is from 600 to 1000 feet This land can be bought at from five to ten per acre But lest I should make letter long I t a close by Riving a description the town ot in the eabral patof New Mexico in the Pecos yalleyaodr North SaBtr a j j t a regard of place on layover or to close the its become I permitted December 1and sunsets with isthe dispersed under it r t t Ie surrounded livings nourishment seventy land can chaSeThe of bring of 4 l tir i I r file order continued than t Pored acco nig the town now acre those improved and the proved beliefs the deep dollars this too will dwell iteelL It is aitnatRd eastern h o a oru U II which extends froth Peed Texas on the South to Aiiimanll Texas on the North distance f about the machine shojs arc located here The town by a II cent census shows up 4300 Inhahi ants and others are coming in We have a 30000 court Louse the U S Land office for this districta 30000 Public School building with 1007 pupils enrolled the N M Institute with 10G pupils enroll ed and a 25000 building a good sew er system electric light plant a telephone system steam laundry and stores or all kinds too numerous to mention several of them currying a 150000 stock two banks of 50000 cap ital each one organized twelve years ago has 50000 surplus and 450000 deposits other organized two years ago has about 200000 deposits these banks declare 6 every six months besides plat ng a large amount to the surplus We have only one railroad now the Lancaster people know what that means I guess but your road is a bonanza compared to this This road is run by the Atchison and Santa Fe and is the greatest swindle and extortionate in both passenger and freight rates that 1 ever knew anything ot But we are to have an other road in the near future from the west connecting with the Rock and leadicg to the coal and timber section about G5 to 100 miles west this will be a great thing for the town as coal and lumber are very high and competition in freight rates is what we greatly need There are a considerable number of Ken tcckians here Two young gentlemen from Crab Orchard Mr Buchanan and Mr Per kins have called to see us also Mrs Hobbs of Lancasterhas recently come here from Carlsoad N M She to locate here But this is enough for the present I will give you a few facts and figures in regard to the productions of this country at another time which will astonish the natives as the saying is and only write this to pave the way for something more Interesting and substantial in the future JosnuA X DUNN Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we expect to maintain Insist on your Merchant supplying you withe our goods We are here to see that- e you get them 123tf A question settled by force rather than reason always comes up for A Mothers Recommendation I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saving it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not words to express my dence in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by all Druggists To set up a claim is not the proof or title Mothers can safely give Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons C C and J druggist 1m A womans idea of practicing the sermons her minister preaches is to try to make her husband do it The scratch of a pin may cause loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the injury All danger of this may be avoids however by promptly applying Pain Balm It is antiseptic and quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all Druggists Common sense is an investment that yields a low per cent but it seldom defaults on its interest The best physic Once tried and you will always ue Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says William A Girant Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most reliable cathartic in use For sale by all Druggists There are more ways of not getting at what a woman means than there are hairs on a mans head Mygterlous Circumntance One was pale and sallow and other fresh and rosy Whence the Terence She who is blushing health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist It makes a girl blush to how embarrassed her husband would be it she were married Winter coughs apt to result in consumption if neglected They can be soon broken up by using Foleys Hon ey and Tar U C J E Stormes 1m There probably never was a time when all men were satisfied withtheir share Nearly Forfeit Idle A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the Jeg of J B OrDer Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all rem edies But Bucklens Arnica Salve bad no trouble to him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup tions and Piles 25c at McRoberts 1m Try Some of Oar sent up in fowling sack Each sack is made of fine towling goods and is worth twice the of flour de ducted same Insist on your mer chant supplying you with We ve them Potts BrosJ 3j5 miles MIl- Itary an the per cent funds Island system intends resettlement It e s 1 m f E Stormes thee Chamberlains 1 m II dI- gestion 1 m HI Drug Store ear r ir 0 i i 7it 4 everyday dividends system con Fine 4 t wi think are cure amount same stock y f- w h s beth r Psi I II T ON E The greatest Headache Cure Sold at Si M ROBERTS DRUG STORE 0 We now in New Location next to Zimmers where we have plenty of room to show our immense stock of j Druggists Sundries Rubber Goods S Cigars Tobacco Etc Our Prescription Department is undercharge of an expert pharmacist You will save money by bringing f your prescriptions to us Frisbies Drug Store North side Public Square 0 0S S S Relieves Instantly CatarrhSore Chest Frost BitesAnd all Soreness of the Skin and Muscles2Sc 50c 100 Bottles All Druggists Phoniz Flour ann M Store POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in LOU lv Meal Graham Flour Hominy Corn Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville st liiMMMMMM CHILLED PLOWS o lOur 0 0o 21 o i p 2 0 I i 8 O O TVVWvv y U t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I 000 0000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOO000000 0 0 c 0p e 0 e 0 0 0 0 ese0 0 000oooooa ooao 4- flir l1D 1YJOF y aC N x da t t T B WALKER ft Clover Timothy and a Carload of Oats just received SON HUH UEILOII J t p OLIVER PLOWS DRAG HARROWS Disc HARROWS LAND ROLLERS FERTILIZER E F i 1 I I I L2aLGossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We In DONT MEDDLE We world awry We do not like its plan When Jack loves Su loves Tom And Tom loves Mary Ann But should we better It at all If we just turned it buck Ami Ann loved Tom and Tom loved Sue And Sue was stuck on Jack Its lucky that we mortals can But change our own affairs And Jack mid Tom and Sue and Ann Will all attend co theirs Miss Ann Hill is clerking id R H Miss Alice Walker is in Richmond visiting friends Will Wilkr is assisting W T West in the office Shelby Tribble of lliclnnoid was a visitor here Sunday Mr and Mrs I E Stormes left Tues day for Mardi Gras and Florfda Waller Hudson of Centre College was at home Saturday and Sunday Mr Fog of Lexington was the guest of Miss Mary Land rum Burnside News has been received here announ clog the arrival of a line boy at the home of Mr and Mrs Vestr Jordan Hamilton Ohio Mrs J W Pumphrey has returned home after a visit to her daughters in Hamilton Ohio Miss Eva Grant of Danville has been the guest of her grandmother Mrs Harriet Price Th1 Valentine entertainment given by the Helping Hand society at the Baptist parsonage was very well at tended and very enjoyable The rooms were beautifully decorated in red hearts and the refreshments delight fui Lexington Herald Mrs E D Potts is quite sick at her home on South Mill street with an attack of the grippe Miss Dove Emory will leave next week for Lancaster for a visit to Miss Dove B Harris and Miss Ander sonMr W C Wherritt a former man was married yesterday at New Orleans to Miss Lilly LeQualte of that city The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Wm II Wherritt of this city and has many friends here In his old home who extend congratulations He is soliciting freight agent for the L N railroad in New Orleans a splendid position Bring your Side Meat prices paid for same You will find I handle the From 12cts to 35els per pound 1 also keep a complete line of Groceries Try the Keystone Geleton Al so see our line of Candles as we handle the best Call and see us Will be delighted Jo show goods H M thlu the hasgone Sue 1 sl ore post and Shoulder Meat nest BEST CUFFEE r tva 11 I Arc and Batsons I 4 Lancaster d f TOME t 1 4 ILL LOU1 i Miss Dove Embry of Lexington is the guest of her aunt Miss Dove liar risJohn Simpson has accepted a posi tion as clerk in Curry Davidsons grocery Vanatta Mr R H Batson has returned from the cities where he purchased his spring goods Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr J C Tompson and wife Mrs John Francis of Danville has been visiting her sister Mrs Alex Doty Richmond avenue Ex Governor W O Bradley of Louisville visited his wife and daugh ter Saturday and Sunday Miss Emily Chenault of Richmond has been the guest of Miss Christine Bradley Lexington avenue The story The Girl with the Gog gles by Charlotte M Bliss was award ed second prize in the Evening Post short story contest Miss Bliss will be remembered here as the pleasant of Miss Olivia Sweeney Danville Advocate Misses Julia and Nannie Gaines entertained very pleasantly at flinch Wednesday after noon at their home on Fourth street complimentary to their guest Miss Bettle Cook of Maysvllle The event enjoyed by all Danville News Mrs Fisher Gaines gave a delightful flinch party yester day afternoon at her home East Main in honor of her sisters Mrs J C Hemp hill and Miss Carrie Curry of Laocan ter Mrs E H Murray and Mrs Hemp hill tied for the violet bowl and upon a draw it went to Mrs Nor ray Col William Baughman of near Bryantsville who recently sold his farm will move to this city about March 1st lie will be most welcome Mr Ed Morrow of Lancaster was in Danville Thursday Mr Charles Frisbie of Lancaster was a guest of Hon Price Miss Eva Grant has been visiting relatives in this week Miss Altie Marksbury gave a very enjoyable valentine trolley progressive flinch party Thursday evening The valentine idea was prettily carried out in decorations and prizes Red hearts cut in various sizes decorated the room with a large red heart from the electric lights supper consisted of sandwiches olives cheese straws waldorfastoria salad and coffee Each guest received val entines The score cards were red hearts with heads painted on them The ladles prize was handsome val entine won by Miss Fannie Doty The The guests present were Misses Christine Bradley Fannie Doty Bes sie Marksbury Bertha and Mary Burn side Messrs Branham Beazley Rob A Might Alarm sounds like the childrens death knell Tar never falls to give instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of croup Mrs P L Cordier of Man nington Ky writes My three year old girl had a severe case of croup the doctor said she could not live 1 got a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar the dose gave quick relict and saved her life Refuse substitutes C C and J E Stormes druggist 1m I Infantile squalls make parental hurricanes 1 was troubled for several years with indigestion and nervous debility writes F J N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more all the Iever used They have al so kept my wife in excellent health for She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and inylgorater for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our fam ily Try them Only 50c Satisfac tion guaranteed by R E McRoberts Lexington visI- tor wasgreatly prizea W J Lancaster suspended 1 he byDr DotyDave nightIssomethingIs t r firs tI chronIc f Greenof Lancaster medicines years S good than Jm I- iJ Bees In Their Bounds For the convenience of those who have not velltip on State poll tics the following recapitulation of those Democrats who are baing putsu ed by the office in Kentucky is For Governor rt J Breckln ridge of Boyle J C W Beckham of Nelson and John K Hendricks of Mc Cracken For Lieut Governor R H Tomlin son of Garrard Thome of Hen ry and Abram Renick of Clark For Attorney General J Willard Mitchell of Jessamine N B Hayes of Bell Charles Carroll of Bullitt and W A Brown of Bracken For State Auditor Jno B Chenault of Madison and J VV Hage of Boyd For State Treasurer Henry Bos worth of Fayette Gus WRichardson of Meade H H Henninger of Wayne and Josh Griffith of Davless For Secretary of State Harry G Tandy of McCracken II V Mc Chesney of Livingston For Superintendent of Public In Watt of Warren J J Watkins of Union CE Sugg of Hen derson Prof Fuqua of Logan and T N Arnold of Franklin and John Douglas of Owen and Rice E Eu banks of Lincoln For Commissioner of Agriculture J C Crenshaw of Christian Herbert Vrceland of Jefferson Simeon Cook of Shelby Newton Frazier of Shelby J M Frazee of Mason and John Me Meloan of McCracken For Clerk of the Court of Appeals nell of Clark FLATWOODS Tom Worrell sold J CClouse 21 acres of land at 20 per acre Frank Holtzclaw bought 10 hog of Coldiron for 6 per hundred W H Furr sold 2 fat hogs to Walter Spangler at 6 per hundred Frank Gross sold to Chas Wells his farm for 225 Jim Coldiron sold Frank Holtzclaw a milk cow for 35 J C Clouse bought a sow and pigs for 14 Miss Myrtle Corminy is attending school at Preacherville Rev A J Murrell visited at W H Furr Saturday and Sunday W H Purr sold J C Clouse a sow and four shoats for 15 In It may be all right to butt in but in doing so a man always takes a chande on being thrown out The butter in is the bane of men and is always at a discount He is a full brother of the Rubberneck and the Gossip is his own dear sister No monument was ever erected over the grave of a butter in nor did vast concourses of people ever kneel clasping his bier to show the grief they feel They are glad to get rid of him for there is no human being so dis tasteful tpjbusy or selfrespecting men as the nosey individual who is butting in where he Ins not been invited and is not wanted- A St Louis man tried this the other night and landed in the hospital with a broken skull lIe butted in to a private residence where he was and insisted on going to bed By the time the owner and the police got through with hinThe was a wreck and as soon as his head grows together again he will have to face the bar of justice and take a chance on fine or imprisment or both Thats what he got you see for being too previou- sIt is all right to be aggressive and selfassertive to a large degree as long as you are merely looking out for No 1 and as long as you are not conspicuous ly obnoxious about it but to butt in is to invite trouble at every turn as well as to disturb the equanimitsof men busy and otherwise happy There ought to be Society for the Suppression of the Butterin St Louis Post Dispatch A pare Opportunity On Saturday February 28th we will open several hundred samples from best tailoring houses in the coun try at the hotel at Paint Lick Ky giving gentlemen in that section an opportunity have a suit made to their measure at 10 to 40 Prices to sui t everybody Measures will be by a gentleman who has had twen ty years experience and a perfit fit is guaranteed Tailormade suits at Readymade prices Orders will be solicited by S B Jennings J C Hemphill M D Hughes Notice To Prohibitionist The Feby meeting of Lancaster Alliance will take place at Odd Fellows Hall on Friday Feby 20th at 330 oclock P M Rember the place and time this meeting being set for 330 oclock in the afternoon instead of evening Every member is requested to be present as well as all others who feel an interest in the cause of local self government and the the saloon and the blind tiger as well These meetings open to the public O T Wallace Pres Free Coal T H Lee and Leavcl Every 30 days we propose to give away 15 bushels of coal With every 50c cash purchase we give a ticket which entitles you to a chance many tickets as you hold you have a chance and at the end of each month we get some disinterested person to draw a number out of the box that number is entitled to the coal We also propose to carry in stock rough and dressed Lumber Shingles Etc Gall and get our prices 1202 TJH LwLwel kept published t W P structionBen MorganChinn Bill Uu modest continually unknown taken 2t th destruction- of the 2 t andas If fir p r Jim 4 a RULES FOR PRUNING Tern Valuable Soffeeitlona Offeree by U L MeMlclc aWellkaoiral- lllnola Expert 1 The knife or saw should never be used on a fruit or ornamental tree un lest there are positively good reasons for so doing 2 Train all trees while young with a central leader or main shoot and never allow the two main branches to grow in such a way as to have the weight of the trees come upon a the main trunk 3 When branches cross so as to be injured by rubbing together tho weaker of the two should be cut out 4 When one branch rests on anoth er under it the weaker of the two should be cut out 5 Suckers or water sprouts should be thinned out before they have made much growth but if the main are bare or if the head Is open in places suckers should be al lowed to grow where they will cover this condition If parts of the tree are weak in growth this weak wood may be cut out and some of the suckers allowed to grow in its place The cause of these sprouts is that tho fruit bY the hot sun striking the branches or perhaps by some injury to the bark in pruning or gathering the fruit and nature makes this ef fort to repair the injury The of all these suckers will soon result in the death of the tree while allowing some of them to grow where needed will renew the vigor of the tree 6 If large branches are to be make the cut in the middle of the nlarged part where it joins tho main branch or trunk and not quite in line with the face of the main branch or trunk 7 Paint all wounds about onehalf inch in diameter with linseed oil paint gas tar or grafting wax 8 Never cut away the main branches of a tree if it can be avoid ed but thin out the head when it be comes qrowded from tho outside This can be quickly done with the pruning hook on a long pole and or no injury will result while if the large branches are cut from the trunk the tree is weakened and soon dies or is broken down 9 Cut off dead branches as soon as discovered and cover the wound with paint to prevent further decay 10 In training young trees start the branches low the trees will grow better the thinning and gath well and cheaply done with the Acme or springtooth harrow and weeder as if the head were high er while the trunk of the tree and ground under it will be so protected that growth will be better than if more exposed Midland Farmer REPORT OF THE CONDITION or TH Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business Feb 6 1903 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 112435 68 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2518 00 U 8 Bonds to secure circulation Stocks securities etc 1400 00 Baiikinghouse furniture and fixtures 7500 00 Due from National Banks not Re serve Agents 19394 65 Due from State Banks and Bankers 92 82 Due from approved reserve agents 57128 89 Checks cash Items 314 GO Notes of other National Banks 625 00 Fractional paper currency nickles 0 55 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz 8032 00 Legaltender notes 2474 00 10506 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2500 00 TOTAL faa336 19 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In fund Undivided profits less expenses and f451 37 National hank notes outstanding 50COO 00 Due to other 1475 36 Due to State Banks and Bankers 101 IS Individual deposits subject to check 147306 33 TOTAL J264336 19 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GABBABD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above Is true to best of my knowledge and belief B F Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of Feb 1903 S C Denny Notary Public COBBXCT Attest L Y LEAVELL i Directors REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER KT AT The Close BnsinessM 6 1903 RESOURCES Loans and discounts i 3123185 Overdrafts secured and unsecured fiTS 15 U S Bonds to secure circulation 50000 00 Stocks securities etc 3000 00 11000 00 Due from National Banks agents 4001 91 Due from approved reserve agents WS70 89 Checks items sa 15 Notes of other National Banks 1470 00 Fractional paper cnrrencynlckelscts 713 RESEBVElN liARs VIZ Specie 7112 00 Legaltender notes 600000 Redemption Fund with US Treas urer 5 f circulation 3500 00 Total 303002 26 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 15000000 fund 10080 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid NationalBank Notes Outstanding 48800 00 Due to Other 3 51 37 Due to State Banks and Bankers 8543- Individual deposits subject to check 181424 84 Total I 8 Cl DaNNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is trueto of ray knowledge and belief S Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth day of Feb 1903 B KlHKAl Commission expires 1984 COEKKT Attest riiALEX R DKHHT JNOE STOXX I forkof bendingdown little easilydonemod- ern 50000 00 00 10000 00 J S ROBINSON OF TUE lotreserve l2112 00 9530 COUNTY lt January j J DlreeerI WIL Qt j J c I 2 3 removal removed aiid cents 50000 taxes statement 0 Bankhnghousefurnitureand fixtures LAWFUL 6 53650922- 8TATEOF OFGLERARDSI U 15th w I Mean IIf You BUSINESS See These People Flinch game at Thompsons Two gold fish and glass globe 35 cts at Thompsons The best is none to good Call for Potts flour i2w I have some nice young mules for sale W R Cook f13tf 3 cans pie peaches for 25 cents Lancaster Gro Co Nice rooms for rent Apply to Mrs Mary Cunningham on Depot street Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just recleved at Thompson Wanted hemp Will pay market price R M West Lan cater 12tf Best California evaporated peaches 10 cents per Ib Lancaster Gro Co Valentines in great variety Fine val entifs 5c to 150 each Comic by the 1000 at Thompsons l30tf Plain sewing and heavy skirts Mr Mary E Harlan Mrs R A McGrath Jr Marksbury tf 50 plain gold and set rings just received price from 200 to 100 Tompson the Jeweler New Orleans molasses 55 cents pea gal borghum 45 cents per gal Lancaster Gro Co Hamilton House Having fitted up my house for board ers and the traveling public will try to please every one Call and be con vinced I Hamilton j62m We are In the market for wheat corn oat hay ana etc Glye us a call 123tf I want to buy 150 bbls of good sound corn and car load of No 1 timothy hay W H Kinnaird 3t We deliver orders for 100 pounds and over any where within two or three miles from town Potts Nabiscoes and Festinoes are the for lunches They are the fad Currey Davidson Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office Easter Entertainment The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an exchange Saturday April nth Easter eggs a specialty tf Ofllce at Home I have fitted up an office at my home on Danville street where I will be glad to do dental work for my old customers and all new ones who want work T J Hood Board For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rlnckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Flour and Feed Store To our friends and Patrons owing to the experienced in supplying our in the past caused by bad weather and bad roads We have de clded to open up a general flour and feed store in the Stormes block no 108 opposite J Thompson jewelry store Phone No 100 where we will carry a full stock of high grade milling pro ducts at all times and wiN be enabled to make prompt delivery we respect fully solicit a continuance of a good share of the patronage of the citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County which we have heretofore enjoyed and will endeavor to merit in the future Very Respectfully l2tf Having concluded to move my fam ily and locate in the North I will rent or lease all my property in Buena This property consists of one good dwelling cistern and ice house at door buggy house and barn one good store room anti one of the best blacksmith shops in Garrard county garden and one acre of land extra Address me at Buena Vista 220tf J E Scott Public Sale and Renting As agent of Mrs Emma G Gregory I will on Tuesday March 3 1903 rent to the highest best bidder at 11 oclock am on the Fall Lick pike about 4 miles East of Lancaster about 75 acres of fine blue grass land and 16 acres of fine hemp land to be surveyed Also at same time will sell some calves binder mower corn planter harrows etc property of J W Elmore Terms made known on day of sale See J W Elmore or W D Gregory for description of grass and hemp land etc T D Chenault Auctioneer B P Agfc Beslmble Property for Sale Having concluded to leaveLancas ter we desire to sell our home on Water street modern house and In good repair Anyone desiring a nice home will do well to at once Terms reasonable Ansel George Macktmery for One of the most uptodate thresh ing rigs In the country Practically good as Consists of 10 p JtuwelitractkHa engine and separator Beltfeeder win4tackert tanks and pump hose complete Also good tlog highest PottS Bros Jan23 s latest Easterbazarand first class D D S tf Notice delay customers Potts Bros Vista 6t Song new h T l f J Bro For Salo and cows and situated call on us Sale wagonustade i spring wag 0 OWPotts t4t taiciater- p FARMERS FRIENDS Are You With Us Of c E o 00c Reads Fertilizer For Corn Hemp and Tobacco Farm Wagons Capital Brown Weber Hancock Disc Plows Beware of Imitation V W th You GAINES Bros YOU DONT HAVE TO GO WEST ifyou are thinking of donig so keep before you the fact that the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway is mak ing Low RoundTrip HomeSeekers and OneWay Settlers Rate TO THE WEST AJMD SOUTHWEST Also Low Colonist Rates to California Montana Idaho Washington Oregon British Columba and other Pacific and North Pacific Coast Points- L J IRWIN ASK US FOR ft TE3 General Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE e Are But R RejresentinEFflllofinjCflipanles Aetna QueenPalatine r National HartfordConneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile Aetna Ihave a limited amount of strict ly No i cultivated Hemp Seed of a late importation- For prices and terms apply to Banks Hudson 263m Lancaster Ky KINNAIRDINSURANCE Life Ins Co of RarfforCollll SEEDFOR tr SJm c o c F For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce J W as a candidate for nomination for the office of Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party S BEAZLEY DENTISTOffice over Dr Klnnalrds oppo site Presbyterian church Danville treet Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it eNSTTMPTION OUOIlt and ti M OLDS S6 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It Trial Bottles are the most fatal of all KIDNEY CURE Is or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as Best Ior Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and U0 Hamilton W KingsNew For free diseases FOLEYS T Rr1JLt Price falls KIDNEY DISEASES IurutsiRhsdy 0493 The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLVS 10000 A R DENNY Presidet JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest f S C DENRY JFRoblnson Ass t r R T Embry Bookkeeper i DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny C RobInson lno Eo Stormes W R Xinnalrd Y S RoBIN80N J President Vice Pre ORgANIZED 1883 OI XV WIT SURPJl1S 01 iSIuSI IAttiDtiD r Clt 3 it i Cashier L Lwis LzAvZLL L The gITIZE NATIONAL BANK w1cAsTR 1 5 sic B PHuioN Cashier W OBIemAsatcashr Warm Book keeper SS Sollclted Prompt and B1 Thiclio- nt Arnold ueeeeIaOI44eH s ess e se sissiseI artist were to paint a picture 15 of a motherand child he might follow his own fancy in many directions but in one thing he must be true to nature the mother and child must be in perfect health Such a picture would only serve to remind us how per feet motherhood there is in the world f which is full of weak mothers and wailing babies Motherhood is made easy for those women who use Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It gives the mother RS strength for her trial and makes the r babys advent practically painless It AvO gives health and strength to both child r and mother I take pleasure in informing you of the birth of a health on May iSttt 1899 writes Mrs L E Corti of Pa Box 25 I cannot find words sufficiently strong to to my thanks for my baby came almost without when husband arrived with the doctor the was already born The neighbors who were with me my husband and the doctor not believe Having suffered so much before I never believed able to be delivered of a living child I recommend Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription to all women who are in the same condition that I was in as one best remedies in existence I have used eight bottles and find myself in perfect health Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak women Perfect ftlelherhOOd fan n r 1Ta 6e oi k C 4 S FREE Dr Pierces Common Sense fledical Adviser is sent FREE on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing ONLY Send twenty one onecent stamps for the book in paper or thirtyone stamps for the clothbound volume Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y covers For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Hay is the most profitable crop in EnglandIn of the States docking horses is deemed so barbarous an operation that a 200 is imposed for each offence We wish that our legislature would pass such a law It would be greatly to its credit The Studebaker Manufacturing Company has paid 100 each for 17 white oak trees as they stand in the forest Another firm at South Bend has paid 5000 cash for the saw from about 70 acres of woodland a recent contest for suggesting the best way to make 5 grow the prize was awarded to a man who ad vised that the amount be invested in eggs for hatching He cited among other things the case of a boy who a penny for an egg and this egg grew successively into a hen six chickens a pig a calf and a pony Vith bridle and saddle In January 1901 the average price of corn in Chicago was 37c in January 1902 it was 60c At this time it is 47c in 1901 the highest price it reached was in December 64c in 1902 it was highest in May 62c The farmers who made from 50 to f100 an acre on tomatoes and peas sold to the canning factories last year will be very ready to make contracts this spring now that 20 per cent advance gver last years prices are offered An Iowa potato farmer says it pays him to grow potatoes at 25 cents a bushel The cost including seedland rent and all is between 20 and 25 an acre and the crop even at 25c aver ages him from 40 to 50 so that he doubles his money One of the most frequent causes of lameness and sweeney in horses is bad shoeing Any blacksmith can nail on a shoe very few of them can nail one right The canning companies have advan ced the price of tomatoes to 8 a ton for next summer and to 35 a ton for peas The peas are weighed vines and all These prices are an advance of 20 per cent over those of last year Last year the grower made from 50 to 100 an acre The severe zero spell of two weeks ago has given way to some nice winter weather with sunshiny days and nights when the murcury ranged from 15 to 24 degrees above We ithas been somewhat trying to the wheat but have not heard of any injury to the crep as yet If a horse breaks into the crib cr bin and gorges himself on grain give him a good dose of oil sweet oil cotton seed oil and linseed oil are all good To give him wateu rIfineof timber in exchanged but I fear oilcastor iri ij LJ D go s on a grain gorged stomach will insure an aggravated case of founder A good dairy cow is always a hearty eater and yet there are men who a cow that can subsist on a small amount of food It costs less to feed them you know and another thing you know ifyou are not an idiot and that is the fools are not all dead Poultry raising is a business and un less it is conducted upon business principles it will not be apt to pay well Wherever we find a neat clean and orderly chicken house where feed bins and troughs water vessels dust boxes and other necessary arrange ments are found contributing to the health of the fowls and the of the will be certain that if there is any money in raising fowls this sort of an will be apt to succeed and it certainly has a great advantage over haphazard attention and poorly equipped poultry buildings and yards Poultry Keeper A farmer has advanced a new plan for cribbing corn and oats particular ly damp and soft grain Be has tried it and proven it to be a success It is very simple and not expensive It consists of putting tiles in the cribs After a layer or two of corn he layer of tiles a few feet apart They may be inserted either horizontal or parallel with sticks run through to keep them in place The tiles allow a free circulation of the air through the grain and absorb a large amount of moisture The plan is said to pccially adapted for cribbing of soft corn and his experience is that it al ways dried out without the least heat ingJohn T Veatch bought of Charles W Owen 80 bales of timothy hay at 11 per ton on the cars at Fort Garrett Nicholasville Journal R S Scobee and L A Hampton of Winchester were here yesterdaylook ing for horses They bought a 5year old bay gelding of R H Willis of Cyn thiana for 175 Paris News An unknown contagious disease is prevailing among plantations around Pine Bluff Ark causing the death of large numbers of cattle It affects them in the back and causes death within thirty hours One planter lost all his cattle and another lost thirty within a few days time Hibler Bros sold to Kenney Nieh ols 35 cattle at 36 per head to Sid Ardery 29 1100 pound cattle at to Jim E Clay 8 sows and 56 pigs for 188 to Walker Buckner 35 cattle at 575 Mrs Sallie Bishop of Jackson yule sold to Hibler Bros 28 cattle shoats at 5Jc Bourbon News There is a person residing in Greets up who has a number of hens and he heard that to place Venetian red in the drinking water for chickens would keep off disease and improve the health of his chickens He tried it putting a large quantity of the powder in the water The chickens did not take kindly to the colored water except one hen that appeared to convenience atendantit pretty establishment places- a bees 440 have a nat prefer Is the sometimes given to what vice or the lower classes The purest name DISEASEsand best people are sometimes drinking from the same vessels maladythrough using the same toilet articles or otherwise in contact with persons who have contracted it It begins usually with a little blister or sore then swelling in the I in the mouth the throat becomes ulcerated the hair eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated copper colored splotches and and sores appear upon different parts of onthe year ago Icontractd bad ease of Blood Potion was under treatment physician found that ke could do me no rood Then began taking 88 Icommenced to improve at once and in short time all evidence ofthe disease disappeared I took six botties and today am sound and well K Xorristowm Team ota until avery Wall Ten z the body poison even destroys the bones I andthe I theWorst1 the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system get this poison out of it will you and disgrace and disease upon children for itcan be transmitted from parent to child S S S contains ao mercury or potash ruin yo bi cuy vegeiaoie compound our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious THE SWIFT ATLANTA OUt IS guaranteed a j Qr Poison us a history ad our physicians will the u WIthout any haqe w CI oi F 0 Blood If want medicaladvice your case furnish all information ural fondness fop tile liquid Blvo slut fivtiiipiiily and long cf if wjih result lliiit what sliuuld be the white of her eggs is a beautiful Vene tian rod This is no exaggerated state moot but a fact Greenup Gazette A RACK FOR SCREENS Convenient Little Arrangement to Have Around When Sieve Have to Be Stored Our illustration shows a conveni ent home made rack for storing fan ning mill screens or sieves It can be made of any suitable size Secure four pieces of wellseasoned wood I liE 4 p HANDY RACK FOR SCREENS one inch square the length on the size of the strips used or the thickness of the screen frames Strips should be onefourth to one half inch square and a little longer than the screens Fasten the strips to the end pieces with onehalf cr threefourthinch screws Attach the two sides of the rack together by four strips about one inch square as shown in the figure Mark the screens on one end The rack may be stored away and completely up but if one end is exposed with the screens properly marked they can be easily G Alls house in Orange Judd Farmer The Selection of Gr e Some grasses have harsh herbage the outer cells of the leaves and stems containing too much silica This substance is not needed by ani mals and when abundant is not ac ceptable to them Other grasses have a covering of hairs ither short and sharp or long and silky These hairs are not easily digested and are disagreeable to the animal Such grasses are to be avoided A com paratively smooth grass with no tendency to secrete too much silica is the best so far as texture is con cerned An English authority up the desirable qualities in a for age grass as follows The grasses whose leaves exhibit a fine grain and are developed without much woody fibre and are sweet at the nodes joints will be of the highest character When Buying Orchard Trees An Illinois orchardist says When you wish to start an orchard go to the nearest nurseryman you have con fidence in who grows the trees him self not one who purchases from oth ers the latter I do not call a nursery nan he is a tree merchant Do not go to a nurseryman who advertises a great many highpriced novelties or wonders On general principles it is safe to let him alone Almost every person who has written an article on fruit growing has warned you against the tree peddler Still this warning is so little heeded it seems necessary to sound the alarm all the time Do not buy of any agent unless you know him to be all right and the agent of some reliable nursery Nine times out of ten money paid to these unknown agents is worse than thrown away Boston Rye Meal The only novel ingredient in brown bread is rye meal This is an unbolted rye flour formerly sold only in Boston and other New England towns but it is now found in the large groceries in New York and other large cities Cleveland Plain Dealer WIT AND WISDOM Of course a man doesnt have to sty anything to incriminate himself very few of us are wise enough avoid it Indianapolis News- Girls dont marry a romantic youth who is willing to die for you Select a man who is willing to earn a living fCr Daily News Her music teacher tells her there is money in her voice I dont doubt it Hes getting it at the rate of two dollars a lesson Philadel phia Bulletin In These Automobile writer Why do you jump every time the typewriter bell rings Book keeper I imagine its a gong of an Free Press only one thing that prevents her from making a cloak of her religion whats that doesnt consider cloaks fashionable now Philadel phia Press A Secret Faher What did 3 tell you I was going to do to you if I caught you you dont remember it pa you neednt think Im going to tell you Home Compan ionMrs Mateland Henry I wonder if you love me as much as you used to love me before we were married You never say the pretty things to me that you did in those days Mr Mateland Thats because I love you more than I did then dear I love you too much now to lie to you you Transcript- A Hint Mother I cant have that young man staying here so late at night You must give him a hint of some kind Daughter in the evening I am very much afraid something will happen to you on the streets at night You must be more careful of yourself and not be out late If anything should happen to you Id Id die They are now N i Weekly A Little for Btmaelf would like a litll salary sir You see Im married now and you need the in crease for your family getting now Puck A Trifle Old Lady Dear me showman Tm afraid these animals are stilt very savage I see your face is terribly scarred Wild Beast Trainer Yes mum on account of a few words I had last aSsfci with ikaaiess I depending covered gottenJ sums feeding Boston youChicago DaysType automobileDetroit TessTheres JessAnd TessShe smokingagain JohnnieIf knowBoston so BookkeeperI more EmployerAnd myselfYou Mere r i butS mans engaged huts I Cross Vurpoara The young man in the guise of an old farmer was consulting his j j girl who was doing the for tune telling act at the charity ba zaar and each had penetrated the others disguise You love a fair maiden she said inspecting his palm who will give you a severe jolt when you propose to her Good heavens he exclaimed quickly recovering himself Then she will accept Trib Prefer to Remain Though oft we complain that this life is unkind That too much of its hardship we get After all there are very few anxious to find The easiest way out of It yet Philadelphia Bulletin THEY VARY meChicago une r particular i Daughter I dont want to marry just yet Id rather stay at school Mother You must remember dear men do not wish clever wives all men are not like Daily News Some folk there be who cannot drop Prolixity with pen and ink Tis plain they never think to stop Because they do not stop to think Washington Star Giving Him an Incentive I hope said the girlsmother after the young millionaire had departed that you gave him proper encourage mentOh yes she replied I told him I was engaged to a man who was crazy to marry me the minute he got through college Chicago RecordHerald There are good trusts and bad trusts said the hopeful man Yes answered the cheerless citi zen but the bad ones are accumu hating so much profit and power that Im afraid it wont be long before time good trusts are led into tempta Star Her Opinion You know I intend to pay you Mrs Hashley I a theological stu dent Yes I know I think youd be more likely to have the money if you had some other kind of a job Puck A Stickier About Word City Chap angrily Look here You warranted this horse to me to be entirely without faults and now I find he is stone blind Country Chap cheerfully Waal blindness aint a fault its an af fliction TitBits So Flatterer They tell me your little boy looks like you Yes everybody says so Have you seen him No I dont think I care to see Plain Dealer A Cinch Loozout is a lucky dog he has failed at everything he has tried Yes but hes lucky to have a fatherinlaw to take care of him Brooklyn Life f Nothing to Take Back Dissatisfied these cigars are the vilest I ever smoked You said youd guarantee their quality Dealer I do sir I guarantee them to be as good as any other twocent cigar in the Tribune Breaking Up Housekeeping I understand that Judge Brown is breaking up housekeeping That cant be lies very busy these days deciding divorce cases Well isnt that what I said N Y Herald Legally Safe Ephem spose de good Lord should come doun an look inter yer eye an say Ephem what hab you done wid all dose chickens dat yer bab stole What would yer say Parson I mought say dat my old ooman cooked em but you knows dat a man aint bound to testify agin his Y Times John Wa Humble He was a noble lord and he was in an awful rage with one of his footmen It is intolerable he exclaimed Are you a fool or am I Oh my lord replied James with humility anxious to appease the great man I am sure you wouldnt keep a servant who was a fool TitBits Turnpike Notice The Individual stockholders of the er prorata of two and seven one hundredth dollars per share on their stock in said road which is a final distribution All shareholders will present their certifi cates of stock on or after February 2 1903 to the undersigned receive their prorata Done by order of the of Directors Jany 26 1903 JNO W MILLER President and Treasurer of the Dix River caster Turnpike Road Co ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters remaining n Lancaster Post office unclaimed week ending Feb 16th 1903 Nancy Ballard SinthaChenault Penman J M White L Guy Withers If called for say advertised v J Wm West PM I DaughterBut papaChicago Explalaed An Apprehension tionWashington himCleveland y CustomerSay marketChicago wifeN TurnpikeRoad267 2 t x Birdie 4 Confmlsslonclt Sale oi laud GAUKAUD CJUCUIT By virtue of a judgement of tL circuit juuri icnautvti at i November nu iluii in aouv styled ciuu I will on TH UllSUAY FEU 20 1103 publicly ou the premises in Uarrard county Kentucky between the hoursor 1030 oclock a in oclock p in sell to the highest and best bid ders time following desmuud property in county Kentucky on the waters of rives described and bounded as follows towit Tract No 1 Beginning at West Corner below the Falls of Clear Creek with its meanders N 25 J8 poles N 5 W 38 poles N 59 W IB poles to mouth of a branch in all 44 poles to a buckeye on said branch thence sV 163 poles a hickory and sugar tree S 19 E 20 poles to an ash S 43 W 110 poles to a white oak thence N 10 W 30 an ash tree on the river thence down the same with its N 50 E 40 poles N 25 W 32 poles N 18 V 40 poles N 35 W 24 poles N 42 VV 20 poles to a cedar and white oak thence N 30 E 47 poles to a white oak formerly Coplands corner thence N 22 poles to a hickory E 62 poles to a lo cust thence N 5 E 130 poles a white oak formerly Davis line thence E 64 poles to a rock in the road thence S50 poles to a rock near a branch thence S 65 E 134 poles to the beginning con taining 218 acres and 1 rood Less 8 acres and 1 rood having been sold boundaryTract as follows Beginning at a stone corner to Byers and N 87i W 920 poles to a stake near the end of a stone fence thence N 76 Ef W 8860 poles to a stone to Rice thence S 14J W poles to a stone thence S 74 E 133 20 poles to a stone corner to Byers thence his line N i E 6772 poles to the 44 acres 3 roods 36 polesTract No 3 Beginning at a white oak on top of the clilfs S 47 W 66 poles to a stake on top of said cliff thence S 80 V 28 poles to a stake on the bank Dix River near a sycamore thence N 40 W 53 poles to a stake in the edge of the river thence N 25 W 72 poles to a spring on bank of the river thence leaving the river a division line Catron and Price N 31 E 35 poles to a stake corner to Price and Catron in the former line between Davis and Rice thence S 74f E 133 68 poles to a stake in said line corner to Byers and Catron thence the division line between Byers and Catron S i E 5436 poles to a stake in the line run ning from the beginning corner to the reverse of the course which is N SO W 676 poles to the beginning containing 80 acres 2 roods 6 poles more or less In making said sale said tract No 1 containing 210 shall be oflered as follows1st portion supposed to from one hundred to one hundred and fifteen acres to be suryeyed off the southwest part of said tract Said portion being situated alongside of and adjoinidg the lands of A J Rice Jr Then the residue of the 210 acre tract which will contain the dwelling house and improvements The said two tracts Nos 2 and 3 which contain respectively 44 acres 3 roods and 36 poles and 80 acres 2 roods and 6 poles shall be offered for sale in one body making said body contain 125 acres 2 roods and 2 poles Then all three of said tracts to wit Tract No 1 containing 210 acres and tract No 2 containing 44 acres 3 roods 36 poles and 80 acres 2 roods and 6 poles will be offered as a whole and the bids producing the greatest amounts will be accepted TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the purchas er for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effecc of a upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JNO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court Treasury Department OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OF TilE CURRENCY Washington D C January 91903 Whereas by satisfactory evidence the undersigned it has been made to appear that Tits CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LAN CASTER located In the City of Lancaster in the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable National Banking Asso ciations to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes approved Jnly 12 1882 Yow therefore I William BTUdgely of the Currency do1 hereby certify that TIlE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER located in the City of Lancaster in the Conn ty of Garrard and State of Kentucky is author ized to have succession for the period specifi ed in its amended articles of association name ly until close ot business on January Oth 1923 In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of office this ninth day of January 1903 i WK B UIOGELY Comptroller of SEAL the Curcuc No 2888 Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUNB Number 1 daily no stop 1145 am Number 31 Mirinlt On Flat 1129 pm Number 5 Daily am Number 9 except Sunday 7 5 pm pmNumberNumber 6 Daily Stop 130 pm Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 am Number 4 does not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 SI am You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PURCHMC VIA THE I COUnT 1i and 1 DIX polestoW 49 polesto meanders corner 5320 beginning t between and contain presented- to Comptroller 11 07 NORTH BOtND f TICKETS zUittIU tim judgment LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE B M I AM The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed Jhe Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates I ELesa t iJ account is and I MUST have what you owe me Sallie rOraTillet f a i1 Ve use K l LL IODERN IJIPROVEIENTS t and guarantee i it PERFECT LIIENESS We are in I LlNCASTER EVERY FRIDAY I The Fox Studio a r frIYour iast due TZeFcxShzdio i A M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CKNTKAL RECOIID office or address me at Lancaster Auctioneer I ffer my services to those need ing work in this line Satisfac tion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leade or ders at Record ofilce or address me at Buena Vista Ky MARDI GRAS NewOrleans Motrle Feb 1824 1903 One Fare Round Trip ROUTE Tickets on sale Feb 17 to 23 inclusive Good returning until Feb 28 inclusive Ask ticket Agents about cxtention or write S T Swift P T A Lexington NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Isaac Baughman will present same properly verified and proven to me or my attorney GB Swinebroad all persons knowing them selves indebted to said estate will please settle at once J A Beazley Admr For Richmond Winchester Luxlug ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Paris Carlisle Cow ington Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction City Leba non Louisville Crab Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin etc No22 For Richmond and 2 20 PM tlons Noll For Stanford and way stations 826PM f LEAVING time Nos tlons when flagged CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Tlmein efct JnlylS 1902 LvLonisvllle 600pm Lexington 1120 a in 550pm Winchester 1157am 918pm SOpm 705pmArWashington NewYork 1115am 908pm LvNewYork 75oam Philadelphia 1020am 731pm 2 00pm 11 10pm 740am 4 30pm 5 50am 212pm Winchester 7 turn 4 58pm 6 22am 2 45pm 10SO mJ S25pml YorkDAILYFor car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWJBAKNEYDPA LEXINGTON KT KING VIA UBEN nt BNJ deceased 4t Trains Time I Leave in effect Lncaster Nov 16 NoIO 514 isi No21 1040 AM intermediate stll I QA I ASrSOSTATIONS S aria m 815am 8 Sam STATIONS f ArLexington 700am 330lm i WUT I t 1 I I J Traimsrun daii except Snnday Above is 10 11 stop at au sta ii ii S WnTntr 4 i 7 5am 5 ii The Markets LOUISVILIE KY Feb 18 4 PM CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers 1 40 4 Co Medium to good shipping steers 4 34 40 I Choice butcher steers Medium to good butchers 4 CO 4 35 3 0 3 75 Common to medium butchers 3 OC 3 25 Good to choice feeders 3 GO 4 10 medIUm feeders 3 SH 3 65 stock steers 3 25 3 85 Common to medium stock steers 2 2o 3 75 Good to choice stock heifers 3 2T 3 50 Common to medium stock heifers 3 00 3 25 Plain light mixed stockers 2 25 2 85 Medium to good bulls 2 2o 3 00 Choice veal calves 6 00 C 50 Common to medium calves 4 75 5 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 Medium packers ICO to 200 Ibs c BO Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs 6 50 Choice pigs 90 to 120 lbs 935 5 50 Roughs 150to500 Ibs 5 50 6 25 SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep 3 2i 3 75 o 3 co Common to medium i 7j 2 25 Bucks 2 50 3 00 Extra shipping lambs 5 y 5 75 Best butcher lambs 5 oo Common taileiid lambs s wa ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUJ DKY Main St Phones 202 Iexingtoa Ky H T GAN Agent- L ncaster Kenucky POSTED The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the Price Bros Ed N B Price Leavell FergusonHenry Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens VV M Mahan BeazleyClay West- J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs JHansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson j s Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton J C Hemphill FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN T M Unram Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad uate of McKillfp Veterinary College of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary and Dentistry DANVILW KENTUCKY Common to Good to extra tooo lbs 710 Good pigs 50 to SOIbs 400 5 I 53 L warning F Embry eorge T L Broaddus Alex MDVr office I Fair togood 8 law- S llemphill Walden I c 4tiisjg 1 5