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EESTH TEAR ANGASTEfR KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27 1903 XVMMMM 48 I f THE o f t CENTRAL RECORD1 American Chilled Plows NO 20 Wood Beam Steel Beam These plows are guar anteed to plow as well as any No 20 plow Satisfaction o r money v refunded H ri d L El L R 650 750 J R Guaranteed J r FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVILSON f 0 Attorney At Law 0- S fLife insurance policies bought 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 region SnlMcriftion Price 5 a Year It la especially devoted to the Interests of j L the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor tV P Walton Editor Pror Lexington Ky J A BEAZLEY GO t 1 We o f X 2 e f y 0 S 4 r6rs 1YL tizx trrtM 47 u Ite s f L 21R Hnteresi yr Friday the 27th The Last Loaf The City Council will meet Monday night It is said the Chute is as dry as the average temperance lecture New lot of furniture on hand R L Jennings and Co Paint Secure your reserved seats for the Last Loaf Admission 25 35 and 50 cents Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning Rev Allen R Moore preached a splendid sermon to the young men Sunday evening Dont great temperance Drama The Last Loaf at Court House February 27 The Bastin Telephone Co has or dered this office to get out anew direc tory card and it will be a peach The coal supply has never given out during the long spell of severe wea ther All honor to the hustling dealers Missfc Olivia Sweeney will begin teaching her school at West Point the first Monday in March the 2 nd tf If all the ice houses are not full its the fault of lazy owners Theres cer tainly plenty of it this winter If you want a nice spring Suit L Jennings and Co They leading houses and can please you An oldtime clock 8 feet tall and keeping the best of time Price 50 2274 t Loslie T Bradshaw The Lancaster Christian Ehdeavor will present the play The Lust Loaf at court house Friday the 27th Get your seats The Crab Orchard Springs will b sold at auction on the 10th It is the most delightful resort in America and a few thousand dollars would put it repair The City Council is liable toshow up on the Chute at any time so if you dry and visit a tiger you had keep a weather eye out Curry Davidson arc among the new advertisers in The Record The merchants are catching on to the fact that if they sell goods they must let the people know it through the col umns of their local paper Those merchants who spent a lot of money on calenders would love to the ads thereon as they have become somewhat stale but you cawnt do it you know If you had spent that money for space In The Record you could have changed the wording of your ad fiftytwo times during the year Succers will bite Surprised Ills Friend Mr Ben Eascn of this city and Miss Corminey of Rowland were at the residence of the parents last week is an energetic honorable young man and has many friends who wish him much happiness They came to Lancaster immediately after the ceremony and have rooms at the grooms fathers on Richmond street Fine Lemon Mrs E Dunn sent us a lemon two pounds which was grown on a tree she raised from a seed The tree had eight lemons on it all as large as this It is perfect in shape and has a delicious odor I have sold all my old shop fixtures and purchased an entire new outfit which enables me to do the very best workobtained in an uptodate shoe shop With new tools and stock you can rest assured that you will get the best work Rates reasonable Call on me at old stand over bowling alley t f T J Hatcher One 10 horsepower Rumley engine in No 1 shape one Nordyke Morinan corn mill 18 inch buhr with corn and meal elevators Will sell on time til Jan 1 1904 with good note 2 274t Leslie Bradsbaw Monday was court day but not much busines was transacted The merchants had a rather dull day A few of the regular drunks were on hand but no disturbance Monday morning as Capt Prices coldmolassesspecial was playing around between here and Hiattsville a large car turned over and the track demolished for about 150 yards and several cars smashed No was but the track was blockedfor time Passengers on night train No Jr were fransfered to a box car and taken to Stanford by Engineer Henry Lammers Foreign will not over this branch of the K C and they been the of nearly every wreck n recen years I forget be Sate get married brides MrEason portable as some Lich been see- R represent For running in- line better change weighing Brand Naw created wreck furniture one hurt cars run have cause b rr 1- w Hear the newest solo by R V Anderson at the Court House the 27th greatest thing given in Lancaster the Brownie Drillby of the pretty children in The Last Loaf Dont fail to Rear the opening by the best voices in Lancaster at The Last Loaf Found last week goldrim glasses Owner can have same by applying at this ollice and proving property and paying forty cents for this notice Lt One Huber Separator 26x36 in ghod shape Will do good work and run all day 44 worth of new belting last Spring Will sell on time til Jan 1 1904 with note Price 75 Leslie T Bradshaw i Flower seed in bulk Sweet Peas c Fresh seed very cheap We will receive our Tube Rose Calender and other bulbs by March 1st will have full stock of flowers as won as season opens JC Thompson Called to Berea Rev J M Bruce has received notice of unanimous call to the Berea Bap tist church for every Sunday He will preach at Freedom Feb 28 and March 1st and at Buckeye following Saturday and Sunday Complete GuarScott outfit of 13horse power engine 30x35 Separator with 15 feet swinging stack and Glendale bagger 150 feet 7ft four ply drive belt and reel for same This engine has been used about 100 days and the separator about 40 days Will sell on time with good note Leslie T Bradshaw 2274t Wliy Will Ye nile A patent medicine fakir raked in many dollars on the streets Monday Why people will bite at such things is incomprehensible Let a stranger come along and suckers bite right along If you want medicine why dont you go to a reputable druggist where you know you will not be hum bugged Lots Of A press dispatch from Leslie county says There was a general tide in tile Middle Fork of the Kentucky river Monday Something like 40jOOO loose logs most of them belonging to the Burt Brabb Lumber Company of Ford Ky passed here This was the highest water we have had here for over a year lkiiiiiin Mr R G Ward the pur chaed the stock groceries of Jno Barton Co which he immediately disposed of and will have his office in the room occupied by Mr Barton Mr Ward will handle lumber of all kinds dressed and rough and will also keep constantly on hand supply of the best coal Mr Ward is of Lancasters most valuable citizens and best men in addition to being a might ty fellow 1058 BtiHuets Hemp Seed Saturday John Williams had hauled to Nicholasville twelve wagon loads of hemp seed and which he had sold to W L Steele Co some months ago for 3 25 per bushel They weighed up 1058 bushels according to Buck Knight and he received a check for 8340950 Previously Mr Williams had delivered 400 bushels John didnt raise all these seed by his lonely but bought them up John says every bu shel of them is worth 4 per bushel now He says Buck Knight the lot 10 sacks at a time and that Bucks scales footed up about 30 more than his own weighing which wasnt bad Wilmore Times Let the Good Work Proceed The City Council and Ministers with other citizens who are to show the hoodlum that the laws must be obeyed have made several more visits to the notorious Chute each time locating whisky and finding a number of white men and boys lounging about the nu merous dives The several white wo men who had been boarding with negroes were given a few hours to get out of town and they have shaken the dust from off their feet and for greener fields young men round there were allowed to go on way rejoicing but as some of them have been inclined to get it might be well to get out a charging them with loitering and this will probably set them to thinking that the taxpayers and law abiding citizens have little io as to what shall and what shall be done in town Several other have posed as lawyers and say the get tlemeo over stepping their author ity in entering the dives without rants and such tool talk But people have determined to weed out the Chute and it would ty good Idea to also root out those white people sympathize with the whisky sellers and notorious characters down thereof or blrdsof feather will together not much better than other ever For Sale For Sale Change lumberman of one busI- ness dollars together element The a beam gn n I ueuevieve The twenty Quar- tette consisting Loge clever weighed determined departed their huffy warrant say not wiseacre are war other the other flock and one Is the r- F a a j Flinch at Thompsons Two gold lish and glass globe 35 cts at Thompsons Old tor sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD office and etc just rccieved at Thompson 50 plain gold and Set rings just received price from S200 to 100 Tompson the Jeweler f Nabiscoes and Festinoes the for lunches They are the fa Curroy Davidso Fountain and Stylographic pens and the bestfountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler New lot of diamond rings and studs 60 to 150 in 12 different sizes Thompson the Jeweler Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price West Lan cater 12tf We pride ourselves on making as good meal as can be manufactured quality always uniform meal Potts Bros Phone 100 221tf If you want a good turnout of tb very best quality bring your wheat and to Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf We would rather the merchants handle our goods but where they fail to keep them we will have to supply them direct Respectfully Potts Bros Phone 100 y 227tf Boards Fur Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Hamilton House Having fitted up my house for board ers and the traveling public will try to please every one Call ann be L Hamilton Eater Entertainment The Baptist Helping nand Society will give an Easter bazar and exchange Saturday April llth Easter eggs a specialty tf Office at Home I have fitted up an office at my Nome on Danville street where I will be glad to do dental work for my old customers and all new ones who want first class work T J Hood D D S tf Use Potts flour and meal and insist on your grocer furnishing We are here to see that get our goods We deliver promptly to any part of the city Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Our goods will probably cost you a trim more than the general run of city flours some doubtful merit but our goods will more than make up the slight difference in qual itv Resply Potts Bros 227tf Big attraction at Court House Fri day night Every body come to home talent show and see our C E boys and girls in the rousing temperance play Last Loaf Fine specialties Seats for sale at McRoberts Desirable Property for Sale Having concluded to leave Lancas ter we desire td sell our home on Water street modern house and in good repair Any one desiring a nice home will do well to call on us at once Terms reasonable Gt Ansel George Son Having concluded to move my and locate in the North I will rent or lease all my property in Buena Vis ta This property consists of one good dwelling cistern and ice house at door buggy house and barn one good store room and 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 Our goods are put up in 12 lb 24 lb 48 lb or 90 lb sacks i and 90 lb packages are put up or twill goods as you prefer the twill sacks make splendid towels You should try some flour put this way Respfly Potts 100 227tf A Little Horse Sense Why does the average man not exer cise the same judgment and patience his telephone that he does with the thousand and one other conveni ences necssities of life If his watch gets out of order he takes It to a jeweler and pays 150 for a new main spring if his typewriter needs overhauling he pays an expert 93 for the wark But a telephone doesnt talk like a silver tongued orator less than forty feet away is at once a thing of horror upon to heap all the ep execrations and anathemas known to every language modern or profane Why not show telephones the and good horse sence that you must mani feat articles made by hu some of fresh ground Gra put up ina2f and 24 pound gicks 25 and sack none bet ter made Potts Bros 1hope iOQ 827tf V papers Gull glib Ibh riJml test RM j I I j j162m I Respectfully ofv ry For Sate family pIn itbets man ham flour Xr gains lih tih shell are 1 Watermill corn convinced same you in situated The 48 i plain t with and that which ancient same tolerance toward other bands our bOcpe J Merchant Tailoring Suits to measure from 850 to 50 From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guaran teed H T LOGAN The One Price Clothier 0 0 7 All honor to those citizens who have the manhood to take a stand for what is right Many fellows who have helpless harerers by talking politics have gone in their holes since the Bat tie Row fight began Smoke em out A Good Investment If the right party wants to invest in a good paying general store sltua tea in a thriving Garrard county vil lage and MEANS BUSINESS he should call at this office It will re quire about 5500 and if you dont care to go in this deep dont come No questions answered unless we are convinced that you have the money and want to buy it An UpToDate Store The large store rooms of R H Bat son have recently been remodeled and made into a n uptodate business house in every respect A second has been added which is fitted up as a carpet department with all the latest devices and conveniences foi showing goods Here is displayed the handsomest line of carpets ever shown in Central Kentucky The dry goods I notion clothing and gents furnishing goods departments have been fitted up with all the latest conveniences and fixtures Another new improve ment is the arrangement for sending in cash to the cashier and receiving change by means of wires and baskets When the sale is made the salesman makes a ticket and puts all into the little carriage and it is sent whirling along the wire to the cashier who quickly makes the change and returns it to the salesman thus saving much time to the customer The store rooms are filled to overflowing with all the latest and freshest goods if you want to see a strictly metropol itan business call at the Big White Elephant store Point Leaved Notes In a business letter from Point Leav the writer adds Miss MaudSpain bower a school at Walkers school house the Monday inMarch A mad dog passed down Back Creek neighborhood biting several dogs and cattle No 1 milk cow foi sale B T Em bry at Bank f27tl FlourishingInsulation Mr Kemper cashier of the Peoples Bank at Paint Lick was in town Monday and made this office a most pleasant call The Paint Lick bank has made wonderful progress and is one of the most prosperous in this of the state Mr Kemp ers splendid ability and courteous and polite manner of deal ing people has the bank quite popular is one of the grin ciple reasons of its marked For feedof all kinds dont fprg t PfcpflrlQQ Z27tt J I story ell WG y f 5t bored and willbegin drat National section business with made and success Potts Byes yuL j Goods Hamburg Edgings Ginghams Torchon and Val Laces White and Colored OxfordCloths Black and Colored Wool Dress Goods suitable For Early Spring Wear Remember we are closing out our Clothing and Furnishing Goods Cost l t Spring q We now receiving SpringOooas stockat 12 mr 0 j o o o000 acre L LOGAN DRY GOODS CO r TTT 1 r B ffiM IF YOU NEED A WAGONel BUY THE BESTt OLD HICKORY WAGONS Are sold on a posi tive Guarantee and you will be safe and satisfied in buying it We have a splendid line of BUGGIES SURRIES PHETONS HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c ROMANSIftlELMORE I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaittr Kyai SceondClau Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Feb 27 1903 After getting the Danville News on a firm foundation and making it one of the best semiweeklies in the state our old friend Maj E W Lll lard has sold the paper to Messrs W Vernon Richardson and W Reed Em bry Lillard having been to retire from the tripod to attend to other business We are sorry the Major has retired from the profession as he was a great favorite among the press boys and printed a splendid pa per The new editors are in every way competent and have the energy to keep the News in the front rank and heres wishing them all success Gov J C W Beckham has announc ed his candidacy for reelection receiving great encouragement the state Mr Beckham has made a good executive and will give the oth er aspirants a run for their life Hav ing the pleasure of a personal ac quaintance with the young executive we have watched his administration with a great deal of interest and know that he has done what he be lieved to be right no matter whose ox was gored A Harvard student has announced that after careful study he has dis covered the sun is a ball of fire en circled by a shell When this stu dent gets out in the world to hustle for a livelihood and is kicked and cuffed about like the rest of we poor worms of the dust he wont care a blank whether the sun is covered with one shell or fifty The Record congratulates its es teemed friend Harry McCarty of the Nicholasville Journal upon his nomi nation for representative Jessamine county If the legislature was com posed of as conservative honorable gentlemen as Harry the state would derive some benefit from its sessions His party did the proper thing in nominating him and he should be elected without opposition A New York woman killed her chopped him up boiled him to pieces and fed him to the chickens he came home drunk This was truly rough treatment but the the fellow underwent was noth ing to compare with the feelingshe would have had next morning after the jag In fact what he received was a big improvement over the paying the fiddler next morning To speak of Washington in the proper way today we presume one should say The Pa of his Country Or perhaps to make it still better The Papa of his Country The old time Father and Mother has played out with the young Alecks of today We presume they say if they pray at all Our Papa who art in Maj compelled aDd- Is over husband because suffering t IIIIIIIIII heaven Notwithstanding tbe fact that he does nothing to bring about such talk Grover Cleveland is mentioned as the next democratic candidate for presi dent nearly every day A great many people dont like him but belli is a brainy man and would be hard to beat The Saturday edition of the Louis ville Times is a thing of beauty and a foy forever to those wanting choice Sunday reading It contains all the news well written and so classified that it is a great pleasure to read eve ry page The illustrations are the best we ever saw in a newspaper Lexington physicians performed a successful operation for hip disease What is needed in Lexingtoh is a cure for hip pocket disease judging from the number of pistols used over there The Harrodsburg Democrat is now located in a church building but as it was already as good a paper as can be made we dont see why Bro Brown should seek such sacred quarters OBrien and Whitney the confessed murderers of Mr Chinn at Lexing ton have been asked to give their to the medical students Thus they may prove of some benefit to the world BRYANTSFILLE Mr Tom Askins will leave for Friday Mrs Mary and Hannah Berkele were in Lancaster Monday Miss Nettie Parks of Burgin is the guest of Mrs C C Becker Mr J H Easley bought a pair of mules of Jessamine parties- J W Moore bought of Lancaster parties a pair of mules for 260 Messrs Oscar Patton and Walker Burnsidc were in Lexington Sunday Miss Katie Farley has returned home after two weeks visit in Harrodsburg- Mr C Cheathamsold a pair of mules to Fox and Logan of Danville for 300Misses Annie Perkins Katie Patton and Slittie Dunn were the guests of Mrs Ike Dunn Thursday and Friday Misses Pearl Combs Alta Bonerand Sam Baker and Homer Combs of Hanley were the guests of Mrs W L Glass Saturday and Sunday W M Cambell sold four shoats to J C Clouse for 1800 W H Furr bought a hog from Ben Cormney for 1000- J C Clouse sold a sow and 4 shoats 1700 Miss Myrtle Cormney visited home folks Satuaday and Sunday Lou McQuerry sold three hogs to J C Clouse last week at filets a hundred Jim Miller sold five hogs to Sam Anderson to be delivered March 1st at ctsW Furr and W E Spangler bought of J C Clouse 80 barrels of corn and 12 hogs for 22500 Old Hay bodies FLAT WOODS tooT C Foxfor Illinois 4 Cemetery WorkThose desiring ttf erect memorials in the Spring should orders now thus be sure of prompt delivery We can furnish you any a 6 Marker tor A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class your home people and save agents and travelers expanses ftTie Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET 1 I t r it f I JU1J II In I III n II II I I n Ju puurnr f 11tt and g Patronize array y y- F tMK s A HAURSUPY Sirs T D Chesnut slil cuitlmics quite sick B F Patton bought of SI G AldrlcTye a bunch Mr Robert House has been confined to his room with neuralgia Messrs Jim Royston and Thaddle Aldridge are sick at this writing Miss Alma Lawson of Lancaster is the guest of her aunt Mrs Bell Per kinsThe Christian Endeavors was enter tained Saturday afternoon by Miss Georgia Dunn Miss Minnie Johnson of Lancaster visited friends here and at Bryants ville the past week Mrs J C Eubanks and little daugh ter Annie Lee Of Hubble are visiting her mother Mrs Bell Perkins A small child of Mr John Urton is quite sick with scarlet El liott of Bryantsville attending physi clan Mr and Mrs N H Bogie were enter tained several days last week by Mr and Mrs Lee Riker Van Arsdall at HaroddsburgJohn sold his farm to Wm Broaddus for 600 He sold part of his property privately the remainder at public sale Saturday afternoon One gelding to a Mercer party for 80 good cow for 30 corn 241 per barrel Household and kitchen furni ture sold low Mr Parks and wife will leave shortly for Illinois We wish them success in their new home 1 was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lan caster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They have al so kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and invigorater 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 SIcRoberts 1 m McCREARV SIrsElisha Forbes is improving Mrs B Ray visited her daughter Mrs Davis Sutton Miss Mamie Kelly was visiting Miss Eva Jones last week Mrs Alex Walker and baby were of Sirs Geo Sadler Wm Simpson entertained Sir Klos terman and son of Louisville Mr D Gulley and wife of Lancaster visited Herbert Gulley and wife Herbert Gulley sold a gray mule last week to Cronley Broddus for 50 Steve Hill and Cecil Broaddus of McCreary are logging at Buckeye now Sirs Eliza Sadler and daughter Sirs Kemp Walker visited the family of Geo Sadler Mrs Leroy Brown and daughters of Buckeye were visiting at John Askins last Friday Roy Beasley last week Grover and Preston Smith of Kirks ville visited their grandmother Mrs Ray Saturday and Sunday Logan Ham wife and baby who have been visiting her father in Russel re turned to their home Monday Little Ethyl and Irene Sadler ac companied by their uncle Jim Hardin visited J T Hardin and wife last week Mrs Clayton Wearen of Lexington and Mrs Porter Wearen of Teaters ville visited Mrs Herbert Gulley last week of the Time The tendency of medical science is toward preventive measures The best thought of the world is given to the subject It Is and better to prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrated that tend with can be prevented by the or from an attack of influenza grip and it has been observe that this re medy counteracts any tendency of diseases toward pneumonia This has fully proven in many thousand of cases in which this rem edy has been used during the great prevalence of colds and grip in recent pears and can be lelied upon with im plicit confidence Pneumonia often results from a slight cold when no danger is apprehended until it is sud denly discovered that there is fever the patient has pneumonia Be on the safe side and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as soon as the cold is contracted It always cures For sale by all druggists 1m Comfortable quarters will do for swine what feed do Eicaped An Awful Fire Mr H Haggins of Fla writes My doctor told had Con sumption and nothing oould be done I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New dlcovery for Consumption in duced me to try t Results were start ling rfow on the road to recov owe all to Dr Kings It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung deseases by E E McRoberts Druggest Price 50c 100 Trial bottle free 1 m or hugs feverDr visitors younglady Tendency bein eaSier dangerousdiseases RemedyPneumonia these painsin cannot me l forme lam errand Discovery antic sorrel 4 slowly N been 4SP Melbourne New y r- 4A John Anderson moved to our village J S Pelt us engaged 20 hogs fur June delivery at Gels Ghas Spoonamore has been visiting his sister at Goshen Sam Ballard bought 2 hogs from Jess Anderson for Sam Anderson bought 8 hogs from J SI Cress at G cts per lb Miss Bruce King visited Mrs Relas Dunn at Walnut Flat Sunday W D Falconer has moved to Sir Samp Archers near Point Leavell- A J Tompson bought 1 cow 3 year lings 11 hogs from John Cress for 140 Brown of Stanford visited Mr A J Andersons family last week J L Anderson attended the funeral of his auntMrs N B Anderson at Lancaster Saturday BEUNA VISTA A J Christopher sold one mule R Ison for 5250 Virgil Scott sold to A T Scott one 4 year old horse 115 Heniy Smith bought of Hawkins of Mercer 2 calves for 17 J B Ruble bought of Joe Perkins of Mercer two mules for 250 Miss Lucretia Spinner of Lancaster spent a few days this week at home Mr John Daughesty who is working in Newport spent last week with his wifeDespite the disagreableweatherlast Monday a number attended court in DanvilleThe roller mill of Thus Lears on Dix river was frozen up for a few days last week Miss Nettie Parks was the guest of Miss Florence Christopher from Sat urday until Monday Alfred and Delbert Spinner spent Sunday with there aunt at Jessamine Institute Nicholasville The coldest weather of the season was expierenced here last Thursday morning when the regis tered 7 below zero G H Ruble sold to J E Evans of Chattanooga one brown horse for 400 also sold to Shelby Harberson of Lex ington one mule for 110 The snow was so badly drifted on the Kentucky river turnpike about a quarter of a mile from here that all travel wassuspendee fora while the county spent over twenty dol lars in haveing it cleared STONE C S Sanders was in the city weekMr Sam Duncan has been very sick of Lagrip Elma East Mrs Nan Dean two shoats for G John Simpson bought of Nelson Dean three shoats for 900 Mr Luther Raney sold a horse to John Simpson for DOOO Mr L M Crutchfield sold to Floyd Sanders one cow for 1G50 Mr Coy Sanders is suffering very much of a felon on his finger Mr John Hicks and wife visited his father from Friday until Sunday Miss Minnie Gulley of Buckeye spent last week with her sister Sirs Leslie GreenMrs Sam Duncan entertainedSIisses Mina Gulley Pearl and Jewell Sanders at an oyster dinner last Thursday and all reported a nice time The members of the Scotts Fork church are requested to be present Saturday night Feb 28 at five oclock as there is important business to at tend to On Wednesday Feb 19 1903 Miss Myrtle Sir Johnson Speaks were married at the home of the brides father Mr C M Sloberly Rev J E Wolford of Lancaster ofllca ted They are visiting relatives in Lexington this week BUCKEYE Oscar Ray bought of James Simpson 7 shoats for 17 Mr Raymond Simpson sold a sow and 9 pigs for Mr Sidney Dickerson bought a nice buggy horse paying 75 Allen Daily bought from Amburs Adams a work horse for 65 Madam Rumor says there is to bean other wedding at Buckeye the 241nst The remains of Mr Joe Simpsons little baby interred in Buckeye Cemetery last Friday The child had been suffering from that fatal disease brain fever for several days and the death was not unexpected Mr J W Brown was very badly last night by the breaking of a lamp in his store room The lamp had just been filled and when the flames flashed up it seemed that the store was going to burn despit all their efforts to extinguish it A Night Alarm Worse than an alarm of fire at night is the brassy cough of croup which sounds like the childrens death knell and it means death unless something is done quickly Foleys Honey and Tar never fails to give instant relief and quickly cures the worst forms of Mrs P L Cordler of Man nington Ky writes Sly three year old girl had a severe case of the doctor said she could not live 1 got a ofJToleys Honey and Tar the rfirs dose gave quick relict and saved her life Refuse substitutes C C and JEStormes druggist 1m IPltEOnEiyItI ha 11 Dr E J tll therinonetor Saturday tll boughtof M C Moberley and 4450 were scare n croup I I to- P las Saturday croup bottle p t Air liltTo bay his about recovered from a very bad spiii of pneumonia Tlcv M Bruce will fill his pulpit Freedom church on Saturday 28th and Sunday March 1st Wm Sloberly son of 0 J Sloberly has gone to Hamilton Ohio to work in the machine shops We very much approve of your way in dispensing with old whisky jug thats about the only way to get rid of himWe are glad to note the in the condition of 0 N Mober leys little girl it is hoped that she will fully recover A mad dog passed through our town one night last week and bit several dogs and killed some dogs and hogs pitty but he had killed all the dogs Curtis Bros fear that it bit some of their feeding cattle MT HEBRON Sirs Adams remains very ill Slumps are still raging in this sec tionJames Mayfield of Jessamine is with friends here Sir N G Grow has moved to his new home near this place SIr Isaac Duncan sold to Joseph Duncan a horse for 8G5 Joseph Duncan bought of Jeff Dunn a pair of work mules at 225 E D Lawson sold some shoats to dif ferent parties at per head The younger sea of this locality wore well remembered on St Valentines day Miss Una Montgomery of Bryants ville spent Saturday night with home folkAlex Dean spent last week with his daughter Sirs Dillard Brumllled near Pink Misses Lou Montgomery and Ruby Scott spent last week with Miss Lula Scott Miss Fannie Jackson of Lexington is the guest of her father Sir John Jackson Rev J I Wills was with us again and Sunday and preached two excellent sermons Sirs II Dean while lifting a boiler of water from the stove last week scalded her arms very badly B A Duncan bought of C C Becker a horse at 55 John Bcngc also bought a horse of Rice Bcnge for same price Dee Eason and Miss JIattie Sherrow were united in wedlock Sunday after noon at Mr Timothy Fords Rev G W Thompson officiating This couplet were husband and wife for several years and were granted divorces in last circuit court G A Bruce was ouch surprised Sun day to return home from church and find his children and grand children present the table spread with all kinds of eatables and many nice awaiting him It was his 63rd birthday and the old fellow was great ly pleased A Mothers Kecommenilatlon 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 1 have ever used io my family 1 have not words to express my confi dence in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by all Druggists 1 m No work is so discouraging as that which does not pay Nearly Forfella Ills Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all rem edies But Bucklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Erup Lions and Piles 25c at SIcRoberts Drug Store 1 m Growing colts need plenty of pure air exercise and sunshine The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the injury All danger of this may be avoided however by promptly applying Cham berlains Pain Balm It is antiseptic and quick healing liniment for cuts bruises and burns For sale by all Druggists 1 m Growing pigs should be fed so as never to be stunted in the least The best physic Once tried and always ue Chamberlains and Liver Tablets says William A Girant Pease Vt These Tabletsare the most prompt Dost pleasant and most reliable cathartic in use For sale by all Druggists There is very little profit in feeding an old cow grain to make good reef Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good di gestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist Digestion is best accomplished when all other parts of the body at rest Winter coughs are apt to result in consumption if neglected They can be broken up by using Foleys Hon CC JTJStormes 1m Other things being equal the best offspring matured ani mals iiIIt And rso 3 Saturday presents Ii tll t 1 m eyandTar j r l- I I o improvement will Stomach maintain 4 are soon comes from s ZA JVooVrv f I iF 1m t t Headache Cure Sold at Er The greatest jC fiiTb qf DRUG STORE t We are now in S J o win LOGdifOil o next to Zimmers where we 0 have plenty of room to show 0 our immense stock of 0 Druggists Sundries rToilet Articles Brushes os Rubber Goods Cigars Tobacco Etc Our Prescription Department is under g charge of an expert pharmacist You A will save money by bringing J your prescriptions to us North side Public Square fcsisntly Cares Quickly BU3NS CUT BRUISES 3 So SGGilCOfJctil3s POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in Meal Graham Flour Hominy Corn Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville st MtM f t H CHILLED PLOWS r o 2 New 0 oS o 2 o 2 I0 0 o i Frisbies Drug Store 0 1 0 W J t1 i 1 it fj1 c S gel vcz tSO 3 1S2r L r1JN5 Jf Ph nix Flour autt Peea Stare FLOUR Hulls I I I I I I I I I t I I I I t I t t I It Vulcan O OGOGOc OGOOOGOOOC4 OOOOOOOGOG00000 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 GOa00000 OGO OGOGOGO 0 0000000000t 00000 S tr T r 1 1 T B WALKER ft SON Clover Timothy and a Car load of Oats just received II II I I I I II I I I I I I II I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I f 1 fl I I f 1 I ft I I I I II I I II I tl I I II 11 I Ii r J t s who know Good Goods Quality and Price in E D j d Horse Collars Collar Pads Wagon Harness Buggy Harness Grass Seeds N Plows Harrows Land Rollers Fertilizer Garden Seeds Right Quality x F POSTLEji Po J or None I Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are In A II Rice tf Nashville was here this week Leslie Anderson was here Saturday and Sunday- T W Browing of Lexington this week Miss Rella Arnold has been visiting NicholasvilleJames and family haye gi ne West to reside Miss Chriscine Bradley gave a euchre party Monday evening Mrs J I Hamilton entertained a few friends Friday evening Mr Arnold of Virginia has been the guest of Miss Florence Burnside Miss Dove Embry of Lexington has been visiting Miss Dove Harris Our good friend Dr Dick of Crab Orchard was a visitor here Saturday MrJ M Logan is in the East buying spring goods for the Logan Dry Goods Co A few friends stormed Misses Altie and Bettie Anderson Saturday eve ning Mr Will Ray of Pierson IiI visited the family of Mrs Elizabeth Petty last weekMiss Katie Simpson entertained at flinch Friday evening at the Mason HotelLouis Gill of Centre College Dan ville was at home Saturday and Sun day Miss Mattie Tompson is visiting her sister Mrs R L Jennings of Paint LickMiss Mittie Dunnof Bryantsville has been the guest of Miss Cordelia HamiltonMiss Currv has been the guest sister Mrs Fisher Gaines of DanvilleJ Elmore and daughter Miss Norma spent several days in Versailles this week Mrs Frazee of Maysville attended the funeral of her sister Mrs Nannie AndersonMiss Burnside of Stanford is the guest of Miss Dove Harris avenue Mrs John M Farra who has been dangerously days is very much improved Bring your Side Meat Best prices paid for same You will find I handle the to 35cts per pound 1 also keep a complete line of tiroceriesTry the Keystone Geleton Al so see our line of Candles as we handle the best Call and see us Will be delighted to show goods H M of her arl Richmond ill for several and Meat BEST From 12cts t I t t I i f t f r t r t l l I where t 3 Slioulifer TOME COPPEB- J p BALLOU 3 r 1- s Mr John Barton left Saturday for where he has accepted a posi tion in Jennings of Paint Lick has been visiting her parents Mr J C Tompson and wife Miss Margaret Tomlinson has re turned from a delightful visit to rel atives in Lexington Misses Mattie and Mary Tompson entertained a number of friends Thurs day evening at flinch Miss Hare of Nicholasville is nisi ting her sister Mrs McClelland John ston Danville avenue Miss Emily Chenault after a visit to Miss Christine Bradley has retured to her home in Richmond Miss Fannie Doty returned Friday a pleasant visit to her brother Mr Louis Doty of Stanford Miss Gussie Kennedy and brother Dick of Lexington visited Mrs Banks Hudson Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ilallie Owsley has retnrued from Cincinnati where she has been to see a specialist about her eyes Mrs George McRoberts was called Saturday from her home in Covlngton W the bedside of her sister Mrs J M Farra Prof Mannix principal of the Grad ed School was in Cincinnati this week attending the meeting of the Nation al Educational Association Misses Marie Joseph and Cora Ward who are attending school at Bristol Tennessee accompanied their Profes sor on a delightful trip to Washington City The remains of Mrs Nannie Ander son were accompanied from Waco Texas by her daughter Miss Eliza and Mr J M Orand and daughter Miss TallieCharlie Walker who is running baggage on the night trains spent his lay off at home last week Char lie is very popular with the railroad men and is doing good work for the Ellen N Mrs Crenshaw of Louisvlle has joined her husband who has charge of the prescription department of Fris bies drug store Richmond Register Miss Annie Yantis of Garrard of Mr and Mrs Rice this week Messrs R L and L G Davidsonof Lan caster spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Rev C M Chumbly returned from Clay county and filled his pulpit at church Sunday morning He has had a very successful meeting and much good by his trip to the mountainsJesse represented the Journal here Monday Jesse is getting along nicely with his canvass for democratic nomination for repre sentatives in his county and says he is a sure winner His faithful work for his party certainly merits reward The B B club was entertained Thurs day afternoon by Mrs Robert Embry Mrs Embry was an admirable hostess and understands to the nicety of a point of giving pleasure to her guests The popular game flinch was pated in Mrs Embry offered a stylish and delicious menu Tne guests honor were Mesdames Ed Gaines W M Bowman of Flemingsburg and Miss Bessie Marksbury Mr Solon Henry returned Monday from El Dorado Ark where tended the marriage of his daughter Miss Bettie A local paper of El says The Presbyterian church beautifully decorated with palms ferns hydrangea and lillies which presented a most imposing scene on the occasion of the wedding of Mr Freeman W Miles and Miss Henry last Wednesday evening at 830 oclock The cermony was solejnn ized by Rev O J Wade pastor of the Baptist church Mendelssohns march heralded the approach of the bridal party First came the ush ers Messrs Emmet ilearin and Minor Murphy Then the bridesmaids and groomsmen Misses Annie Austin and Florence Harris of Lancaster Ky and Messrs Walker Miles brother to the groom and R The brides beauty was enhanced by her beautiful wedding gown of white paris Cm bin a L roth countyis the guest Z T Z TRice accomplished Stanford of heat Dorado waS wedding K Puryear I grocer y Mrs R Aparts Bet came i c tie muslin elaborately trimmed in ribbon The bridesmaids wore white organelle over and blue An elegant re ception was tendered the bride and groom at the beautiful home of Mr and Mrs J A Rowland where they were the recipients of many costly presents which demonstrated their popularity Mr Miles is one of the leading society young men of the and his excellent business has won for him a high standard in the financial enterprises of E Dorado He is a courteous refined and numbers his friends whom he prizes dear by thousands The bride is one of the oldest and most respected families in the Blue Grass State and on moving to El Dorado she at once became the favorite in social life here She is accomplished and with her disposition has won a host of friends who wish them a happy and prosper ous voyage oer lifes sea Mrs W S Beazey gave a very en joyable luncheon Monday evening Miss Martha Elkin was the charm chocolate drinking Mondayafternoon in honor of Misses Pearl Burnside of Stanford and Dove Embry of Lexington Miss Theo Heraphill entertained a few friends at flinch Friday evening Miss Hemphill is a very charming young lady and entertains her guests in a very elegant manner Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside entertained very informally but beau with a trolly flinch party Tuesday evening The tallies were dainty with cards tied with orange ribbon The refreshments consisted of orange ice and cakes MissCliristine Bradley was given the first prize a beautiful silver hat pin Mr John Burnside won an elegant leather pock et book The consolation prize was given Mr Branan Beazley Miss Christine Bradley of avenue entertained Monday even ing at a very enjoyable progressive euchre The charming hostess her guests gracefully and looked very sweet in a white crepe trimmed in lace The beautiful parlor was dec orated in p lms and vases of lovely flowers The tables were decorated in candlelabras with pink candles and shades The collation served consisted of salads sandwichesolivescroquettes peas chocolate coffee sherbert and cake The ladies prize a beautiful silver shoe buttoner was by Miss Altie Marksbury Mr Robert David son being the fortunate gentleman won a handsome inkstand Mr Will Denney was given the consolation A TRIBUTE To Mrs Nauule B Anderson Who Died February 17 1903 Mrs Nancy Ballinger Anderson whose death occurred at Waco Texas on the lith inst was born at Lancas ter Ky on March 5 1840 IIer fath er was Judge Samuel Lusk one of the leading citizens of Garrard county Her mother was Eliza Jennings rep resentative of a distinguished family of statesmen and soldiers The de ceased was one of seven children the others being as follows William J Lusk Mrs Mary D Jennings of Lan caster John S Lusk Mrs Eliza Fra zee of Maysville Ky Mrs Margaret Orand and Mrs Fanney Talley none of whom survive save Mrs Jennings Frazee Mrs Anderson was a graduate of franklin Institute and was noted for her diligent application when at schpol and for her marvelous tenacity of memory in reproducing unbroken chapters from her textbooks She was married in 18G9 to Mr Dan An derson now deceased and passed her life in her native town until the year 1895 when she removed to with daughter Miss Eliza Lusk Anderson who survives her She was a member of the Christian church from her early girlhood Her lessons of life were not conned in a humdrum manner nor was her character the commonplace one we observe along the highway Intensely radical m her opinions she was wont to meet the storm and stress of existence with the bold front that knew no compromise Vicissitude and difficulty were ever fac ed with the courage of her convictions In her friendships she was loyal to the verge of Quixotism She was open handed and liberal to a fault To the poor both white andblack she was charitable Especially had the old family servants cause to revere her since her purse was ever open to their needs No one ever extended to her a personal kindness why did not receive more than his due meed of gratitude In this trait she was peculiarly stead fastIn her dealings with her fellowmen she was upright and honorable the adjusting from time to time of matters of business pertaining to her ample her sole aim to be that of strict equity She did not wearier heart upon her sleeve and of her friendship was something to be valued And shining through the mists that must forever envelope the workings of the finite mind her devotion to principle her fidelity to those she her loy to what she conceived to be the must perpetuate her memory in the loftiest sense among the friends she left behind her Her remains were deposited in the family lot at the Lancaster Cemetery on Saturday the 21st inst Back to the old home which she had seen emerge from the wilderness in her childhood days she was tenderly conveyed lifes fitful fever overshe sleeps where firit she saw the lightrupon the sa cred soil of her lathers Requiescat in 31 D Porn I pink Ing hostess at a won i WacoTex hers nd seemed lovedand and pace t ti tow r lovely fully Lexington received prize and DIrs a- in Inheritance right t a a t a A NOEL ICXlKKIKNCli A I aii confer Druggist Hun Exelllas rune IVlilIo Iluiiiliif Duck In Louisiana Mr J E Stormes of this city who is spending several weeks fishing and hunting in the South had quite an ex citing experience at one which are much frequented at to visit some relatives Mr Stormes sallied forth one day on a hunting and fishing expedition In the afternoon he reached U lake on which he found forty ducks but to his dismay he that his ammunition had giv en out Monsieur Dernet however is noted in his community as a man of resources In a pocket of his coat he happened to have some shelled and a 4oz bottle of chloroform ha broken the bottle in his pocket and the corn had become well soaked in the liquid This discovery suggested happy idea to him Taking the long est and strongest fishline he had he strung the corn on it and tying cjrks at frequent intervals floated it out to the ducks having first tied one end of the line securely about his body The sight of the corn of course attracted the ducks and a furious struggle at once ensued among them for is The scramble lasted barely a minute It was scarcely over before the opiate began to take and in a few minutes every duck was lying helpless on the surface of the water enough the birds had the fishline with the corn and had also gotten their feet entangled in it Mr Stormes with the line still tied about his waist sat down on a log and jes laffed As soon as he could control himself however he pulled the ducks in a bunch to the shore and was on the point of breaking their necks with vilely when the entire forty from the effect of the opiate suddenly flew upin asquawking fright and before you could say scat car ried the man six hundred feet into the air Across the country with him in tow they flew at a clip to beat old nick Ills position was naturally one of great peril But recovering from his momentary consternation the un willing icronaut by using the tail of his coat as a rudder and by shooing first on one side and then on the other with his hat managed to guide his forty frightened steeds in the direc teen of his home This remarkable spectacle was enough to make San and his airship look like thirty cents The Lancaster man kept keen lookout ahead and the he sighted his residence he knocked a duck in the head and began to descend In this way he came down out of the clouds knocking ducks right and left to regulate his descent until he finally alighted feet first and in safety in his own yard with a string of fortyfive ducks in his possession Hubert Vreclaud for Coiunis loner of Agriculture Farmers Home Journal As its thousands of readers know the Far mers Home Journal does not often its preferences or advise its friends and patrons in contests for offices but there are times when we deem it to be in our special to speak a plain word where interests of the farming classes of Kentucky are specially concerned and n this connection we desire to express our heartiest indorsement of the can didacy of Mr Hubert Vreeland of Jefferson county for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Labor add Statistics The State Primary will be held on May 9th in every county in Kentucky and every Democrat will doubtless feel it his duty to go to the polls and there express his preferences in the various contests for State offices As for the other State offices the Farmers Home Journal has no preferences to express believing that it should have an eye only to that which is of direct concern to the farming classes Mr Vreeland was formerly a representative of the Farmers Home Journal and for the past three years has been the Commissioner of Agriculture the appointment from I B Nail account of his special fitness for the duties His set vices as assistant has familiarized him with all the duties of the office and in fact has given him a knowledge of the conduct of its affairs that man could not acquire until after a year his term had expired Mr Vreeland has all his life been a steadfast Democrat always actively the regular nominee of his party He has already received the indorsement of thousands of the most representative farmers fn and it affords us a real pleasure to be able to recommend to our and friends such an eminently qualified and estimable candidate lis Mr Vreeland We speak for him we know him We speak for him because we know the requirements o the office which he seeks Mothers can safely give Foleys Honey and Tar to their children for coughs and colds for it contains no opiates or other poisons C C and J druggist 1m Foleys Honey and Tar is best for croup and whooping cough coo tains no opiates and cures quickly Careful mothers keep it in the house C C and J E Stormes It is a mistake to keep breeding an imals oyer fat i shoosanndIs- covered slashing around had accIdentally J possession however effect recovering moment political province the I assistant receiving Commissioner on anew of supporting Kentucky readers because 11 EStormes m puint visited tUi tor I swallowed Dumont express Agriculture or two druggist l s e s e I Dout Kick If your neighbor is prosperous let him Dont growl grunt or grumble Say a good word for him and let him go at that says the Har rodsburg Herald Dont be a kicker Your turn will come No one Is a whole show If you see the town is moving along rapidly feel good about it Help things along Show a little push Try to get some of the yourself Dont stand around like a chilly cadaver and waste your time feeling sore because some fellow has more sense and success than you have Do a little hustling yourself and if you can say a good word for your town or its people say it like a Prince If you are full of bile and disposed to say something mean put a padlock on your mouth and keep it there until you can get a hypodermic injection of the milk of human kindness Dont be a kicker No man ever made a dol kicking but a professional football player No man ever got rich mind ing everybodys business but his own No man ever helped himself perma nently by kicking his neighbor down Give others a kindly word and give it liberally and gracefully It wont cost you a penny and remember you may tomorrow be without the price of a shave Dont be a kicker It dont pay You cant afford it Theres nothing in it If you want to throw something at somebody throw co logne throw mud or brickbats If you kick go out behind the house and kick yourself for if you feel that way you are the man needs Whatever you do dont allow yourself to become a chronic kicker Dont even have an acute attack Let everybody push together and well all be better and happier and live longer Dont be a kicker Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we expect to maintain Insist on your Merchant supplying you with our goods We are hero to see that you get them 123tf to sheep the weight of fleece A Rare Opportunity On Saturday February 28tb 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 to have a suit made to their measure at 810 to 40 Prices to suit everybody Measures will be by a gentleman who has had 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 Public Sale and Renting As agent of Mrs Emma G Gregory will on Tuesday March 3 1903 rent to the highest and 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 cows and 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 R P GREGORY Ant Machinery for Sale One of the most thresh ing rigs in the Practically good as new Consists of 10 h p Russell traction engine and separator selffeeder tank and pump hose complete Also good log wagon just made and spring wag on O W Potts t25tf Lancaster A Word to Farmers 1 desire to call your attention to the fact that I have completed a new line of circulars on Zoology and have fully described the nature of diseases in an mals which I propose to give away They give more than most any veterlnarydoctors book and will guide you ho n to detect the approach and arrest diseases in your animals before it is too late Now if you are not fully informed as tp the principal success to veterinary it will pay you to investigate Write me and I will send you a circular by return mail free of charge and make plain a way m which obtain a sure cure for your animals at a reasonable price Will also answer many ques boas that may occur to you In de fence of this the nature of dis eases in animals a key by which I propose to unlock the mystery and it is based upon the platform that I have found a reins y which has suc ceeded in my the hands of many others and wul detect the ap proach of disease before it ed itself upon the system Wishing you a happy New Yearand thanking you for past favors I am yours for a glorious success Jonah Marsee This remedy is prepared only by Jo nah Marsee Lancaster Ky 2273t Free Veal T H and Leavel Every 30 days we propose to give away of coal With every 5Qc cash purchase we give a ticket which entitles you toa chance and as many tickets as you hold you have a chance and at the end of each month we get some disinterested person 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 Call and get our prices 1212 T H ee LeareL benefits lIar dayYou grain will increase twenty 2t pto date country ood practice forms handS and has fasten Lee t j I prosper must kicking Feeding S taken wind stacker instruction you can view of bushels s wo w o IMP l fM f N T S Give us a trial A bargain for all I n Implements to date Every thing to Suit customers Before you buy Remember purpose is to money New up th t- Our Saveyou UINES BIOS Wholesome and above all Clean and Pure HEINZ APPLE BUTTER of the 57 A delicious relish at this season which we in stono crocks of various sizes 3 lbs up or by the pound in bulk We refund all full purchase money if Heinz Apple Butter fails to give entire satisfaction SOLD BY CURREY DAVIDSON YOU DONT HAVE TO GO WEST But ifyou are thinking ofdonig 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 AND 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 RATES General Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE 1111111111111111111 t II 11111111111111111111111 t t Spicy Fragran I I tOne i offer from I 4FiN N 4444 4 44 44 44 eeeII 14 44444 44 444 4 44 i E 13 For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce J W as a for nomination for the office ol Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party Hamilton S BEAZLEYw DENTIST Office over Dr Kinnalrds oppo site Presbyterian church Danville street i The Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 60000 SURPLUS 10000 I AR DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Yin Prtat S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson R T Embry Bookkeeper oi D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Robinson Joo K Stormes W H Kinnaird s 0000000000 1493 a Iona AsstCashr DIRECTOBSS- Sam1 LEWIS Y President LEA J S ROBINSON Vice Pre 1 ORGANIZED 1883 The 6ITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL ISOOM SURPLUS roN B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIONBY Asst Cashr C D WALE Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis S Robinson B P Hudson j X Walker Arnold BookkeePer JY M e1 e ee e eI I 4 t S C Leavel T w I Ti For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Orchaids located on soils of great depth will stand drouth best Since laundries have come in there are no good the towns You can make maple sugar good too by boiling red corn cobs and brown sugar The fellow who makes good money raising grain is the one who beats yields Real beauty is made in the kitchen for a good complexion depends upon properly cooked food Resolve to be a better farmer The man who Improves will not make the same mistake twice Be pretty sure everybody Is as smart as you are but dont think everybody is as honest Be kind to the farm animals and teach the children so to be This Is humane it is profitable Never buy a horse of a warm per sonal friend You will make a poor bargain and lose your friend Good shelter is cheaper than corn to maintain animal heat and keep the animals thrifty and comfortable Onehalf wheat and onehalf corn of the best foods for the hog both for fattening and for wintering Hogs that have all the corn they can lay to will still take a good ra tion of alfalfa hay They like it and it does them good The farmer has plenty of exercise in the open air which is one of the best prescriptions a aoctor can give for maintaining good health The announcements of seedmen and nurserymen are beginning to appear This is a good time to get catalogues and lay your plans Suppose a town man and a farmer clear the same amount of money in a year which is ahead The farmer is be pays fewer doctor bills The number of colts that will come into work next spring is not large hence there has up a good de mand for work horses Prices good and indications that they will be higherBreed draft horses or trotting Beware of the breed that has no fountain head and is not pronounced and pure for such sires seldom Rood qualities There have been a great many mis takes made by purchasing fruit trees from irresponsible agents Dont let hot air and gaudy pictures fool you Look up the nursery ads in this In deciding whether it will pay to cook food the main question is not merely whether cooked feed is better ironers In purposes every day I I sprung horses reproduce u ui k average I one paper I Of the world is the American laborer who wants nothing more than a fair wage for a fair days work His only trouble is when he cannot work every day and all day and that is the trouble he experiences when he becomes rundown and He loses flesh He loses strength He has also to lose time because he cannot work as he used to do Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery gives new vigor and strength to men and women It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of diges tion and nutrition purifies the blood and puts the body on the sure footing of sound health I was a total wreck could not sleep or eat writes Mr J 0 Beers of Berryman Crawford Co Mo For two I medicine from doctors but received little benefit I lost flesh and strength was not able to do a work I commenced taking Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery when I had taken one bottle I could sleep and was wonderfully I have five bottles am still improving- If you ask your dealer for Golden Medical Discovery because you have confidence in its cures do not allow yourself to be switched off to a claimed to be just as good but which you did not ask for and of which you know nothing Biliousness is cured by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets 1 I iJ 0IIt worn out run down It It I myappetite It medicine It 5 Tll PeCK ter to pay for nothing Most hog men say not The better the quality of manure the less the cost of handling Some times but where it is thrown out un der the eaves to firefang and leech by turns quality may sink faster than cost of handling Neverslips are good but they are rough on the pine plank floor of the barn For Ice and snow prefer them to the old fashioned calk however as they can be replaced without reshoe ingBetter pay the fee for a good horse than to go away and buy an expensive sire Let the other fellow follow that it is a business of itself All you want is a few good liealtliycolts Horse buyers will overlook slight defects in horses and pay a good price for them if they are fat They do not want horses be they ever so fast kind or large if they are thin Fatten the horse or colt you wish to dispose of A Combination am greatly interested In gardening says a West Virginia writer in Practical Farmer I try to make every foot of space count Therefore when I plant sweet corn I put pole beans in every hill and squash in every fourth row The bean vines cling to the corn stalks and thus save sticking As to the squash vines they literally cover the field and nice squashes present themselves to ones eye These three crops can be as easily as the sweet corn alone It may seem like close cropping and so it is but the results are very factory I am not satisfied with one crop when I can get three off the same ground HEMP SEED FOR SALE I have a limited amount of No i cultivated Hemp Seed of importation For prices and terms s apply to Banks Hudson 263m Lancaster Ky The best is the cheapest Our goods are the recognized leaders in the flour and meal line in this market Sold at a popular price Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf With dairy stock more than others merit must be settled by actual test Under all conditionsyoung animals make the largest gain in proportion to food eaten Manure if properly managed will pay for the work of feeding and caring for the stock i tidal u vu 11111 utt CropI cultivated strictly alate always u st sat 4S Eczema Psoriasis Salt Rheum Tetter and AcneBelong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that cause more genuine and worry than all other known diseases The OF sediments which collect in the system because of digestion inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood saturating system with poisons and fluids that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin producing an inde p scribable and and the yellow watery discharge forms crusts sores or little brown theI mt0 leavingtheof poison may the skin tocause I can cheerfully endorse your S 8 S M a cure for Eczema I WM troubled with it for 25 years and tried many remedies with no good effects but after using a few bottle of 8 8 8 was entire ly relieved Wm Campbell 313 W Central Wichita Kan cmck and bleed or ita scaly again the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and hard red bumps upon the face Purification of the blood is theonly remedy for these vicious diseases Washes and can for a time the glaring or I ers de I blemishes SSS eradicates all poisonous antidotes the Uric and other acids and restores theblood to its wonted purity ana stimulates accumulations impuritiesrelieve the skin S S the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier Itcontain no Arsenic Potash or other us about your case and our will advise without charge We have a hand on skin diseases free to all who w h it iJtcir CO Aut c SiS era1 which T book best l I i Thy grace benign sustains my earnest quest Thy shameless light unveils the perfect truth Thy very greatness Is my fullest rest And beautifies my spirits primal youth Give me to rise on mornings wing to see Beyond horizons rim the city fair And peer through pearly gate on glassy sea On wealth untold in lasting beauty rare Unblemished gleams from lofty lucent lucent sphere Tell of a feast where kindred spirits throng The pure In heart shall see the vision clear And tips anointed chant their thrilling song Rev H T Miller In N y Observer MEDITATION Juat Nececiary to Spiritual VeIlDeine I Rot to the Doily There are two distinct principles in life both of which are absolutely nec essary to healthy existence These are exorcise and rest They lifes balances So much rest in one scale means possible so much work in the other The harmonizing or balancing of these two principles makes a life normal and gives promise to Nature illustrates the necessity of these two principles in physical life by apportioning time to each She gives man day for work she provides night for the generation of new vigor During the day man expends energy that he may regain new supply in rest ful sleep By night he stores up new strength to put it forth again during his working hours Thus these two portions of life are complementary one exists for the other one is im possible without the other If a man neglects rest he forfeits energy says Christian Work and his work suffers God has so provided for our physical natureBut ills laws are no less binding upon the spiritual life Man must work in order to preserve his spiritual wellbeing And he must withdraw at times from the output of spiritual activity to replenish and reenergize the powers of the soul Christ was teaching one side of this truth when lIe drew the parable of the talents lIe who buried his talent lost capacity from nonuse They who used gained And again when lIe said to His Come ye apart and rest awhile lIe emphasizes the other side for lIe knew that expenditure demanded refilling The active side of Christian life has been emphasized again and again And it should be for its place and in spiritual progress and vigor is unquestionable Spiritual exercise gives fiber and character to religious life But outward activity is only manifestation of the spiritual within And because that life is a real the same respect we pay to our sical being Both are governed by laws that make for health when obeyed Either will grow debilitated devitalized when the laws are dis obeyed If our spiritual life demands rest for recuperation no less does our higher life demand that which to physical rest in order that the spiritual demand may tale on new strength for wider activity The time of prayer and meditation is that time when the soul draws to God and is most coTnscious of His real presence Most beautifully has Paul H Hayne expressed the de sire of the soul for prayer and in one of his sonnets Happy the heart that keeps twilight hour And In the depths of heavenly peace Longs to commune with thoughts of tender power Thoughts that ascend like angels beau tiful A shining Jacobsladder of the mind But this quiet hour in the spiritual life is by no means a time for mere passivity Meditation is not It is frequently a time of earnest struggle The deeps of the soul are often broken up But the spirit of God moves upon the face of the calling into being new energies and new influences Within these quiet hours of pregnant striving are born From these silent hours go out lines of light and strength that bless others- as well as ourselves in word and deed In preparation for the positive activ ities of Christian living prayer and meditation correspond to that time nature sets apart for nat ural forces Is there not peed for the Christian world to more practically learn this lesson The age in which we live is not a meditative one The mass of men never stop to think they do it on the run The unremitting commer cial spirit seems to have penetrated every domain of life The world of rush and competition has affected the spheres of home society and religion Ours is an age of unrest nervous en ergetic brilliant Eternal vigilance and ceaseless activity are the price of success in business The student is hurriedthrough a curriculum stretch so much Latin Greek aridmathemat ics His after life too often declares him one more among a of mental dyspeptics The ministry has been swept into the current The message of God to His people is a polished sermon written under tre mendous in certain fixed time The study is a grist mill Sere monmaking a grind Every spare by an urgent call an incident Work work work is the main business of living and shat tered nerves and drained powers are matters for postmortem considera ion We do not disparage hard work The work that gives best that is in man thatuses his very best pow ers that is intense un selfish comes nearer to expressing the iftristIife entirely neg ect the otkert ffliwiUL I a as ar possibilities disciples importance we should treat it with at least ph corresponds nearest meditation Hit reclined stagnation waters deepenlife diplomasbear class rthing pressure hourisinvaded rQr I HYMN tIre ity 1 Rests the ery self sacrificing But work tri c ci iiiuiignt ot BHiningli tiiai seeks gain and that objective results and neglects of mind or body that work has its heart selfishness And in the life it has as its result itual loss nod failure An of lifts activities will reveal its throb bing commercial spirit It has gained our country a unique position in the eyes of the world It has our age as materialistic And it has forced a warning from the lips and pens of thoughtful men Our age is in danger of running itself out of breath and dying of heart disease chase for wealth it may run away from God and in its flight it may throw off those moral principles that bind together strong government and that are the sinews of normal life If the trend of the times is away from the Sabbath as a day of rest then the first day of the week is a vital problem Somewhere and some time under Gods providence halt must be made Let us pray that it come not too late when our resources have slipped fingers and our strength is exhausted For we cannot afford to disregard the time element in true progress We cannot neglect rest that is essential to true growth God rested and proclaimed it necessary for life Jfature observes It obeying the law of her Creator Nations have deliberately set aside some stated period for rest and grown igorous and powerful And in the individual spiritual life develops and strengthens by communion with God apart from the confusing activities of busy distracting work The prayer closets have molded the characters that have wielded the greatest influ ence upon the religious life of the world A knowledge of the soul life its weaknesses and dispositions and a consciousness of Gods intimate fet lowship with the soul Ills provision of strength in weakness and guidance for all dispositions develop living testi monies to His power and prepares for consistent vital Christian life One ThIng at n Tlmew Guest Here waiter Tak his iteak away Waiter Isnt it fresh it is fresh enough but I to take my food and my pxer 5se separately Town Topics Ills Blotto Put yourself in his place Motto if the otficesceker Puck 1 Answered Singleton How long is the honey moon supposed to last Until the bills for bacon exceed the bills for bonbons Chicago Daily News Too Early- I met Mr and Mrs Latelywed They seem quite happy Yes I presume they have not be gun to revise their opinions of each other Brooklyn Life A Pretty God Sinn What makes you think hes rich Why I notice that people laugh at some of his jokes that would fall flat if they came from a poor man Chi cago Post Fully Equipped Guest Have you any fire escapes about this hotel Landlord an exminister We have There is a Bible in each room Philadelphia Inquirer Hehind the Scenes No matter what comes said the leading lady Ill stick to my dia monds And they will probably stick io you snapped the envious soubrctte seeing that they are cago Daily News Caught a Prize Father Ive just found out that the strange young man who comes to see you has been borrowing mono ey right and left that lovely He must be a nobleman in disguise N Y Weekly A Bachelors Idea of I play with that gold toothpick re marked the anxious mother He might swallow it Oh thats all right replied tIle bachelor uncle carelessly I have a string tied to it Chicago Post The Telephone Girl She sometimes seems a trifle cross The tyrant of the town I Washington Star HER CHOICE forgets charlcter th examination characterized national GuestOh ant tkel Wed pasteChi DaughterIsnt I wish wouldnt let the baby upOr I I I eeC it els Ins through our yflt If youse married a title Clorinda youse radder be a dukess or a earlessI Id radder be a coal baro ness Detroit Free Press Idiot Again My coffee is not quite sweet enough remarked the new boarder Well if you dont like it you can lump it retorted the cheerful idiot A Worthy Object If P should die rich Id leave my money to establish a much needed institution What is that A dormitory for policemen on night On the Home Track Joe is a great walker Indeed How long has he been walking Lemme see I believe the are five months old Cleveiahd Plain Dealer I would The wayNY dutyPuck twins I Lancaster iwe 104 y t iiI A1M Stated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen isiting city are fraternally in vited to sit with us E KINNAIRD Louis LAXDHAM secretary Haste Turnpike Notice Tin individual stockholders of Dix River arid Lancaster Turnpike Road Company arc entitled to itfurth prorata of 2 7 two and sixty seven one hundredth dollars share on their stock in said road which is a lined distribution All shareholders will present their certifi cates of stock on or after February 2 1903 to the undersigned and receive Mieirprorala Done by order of the Board of Directors Jany 25 1003 Ixo V MILJKI President and Treasurer of the caster Turnpike Road Co Public Sale I will on THURSDAY MAR 12 at my home near Bryantsville sell the following property 2 good work horses 1 extra good buggy mare 3 cows 1 nice bull 2 sows C shouts 1 boar 0 yearling cattle 0 calves self binder mowing machine cutting smoothing harrow grain drill corn drill roller cider mill secd sow er 2 horse wagon harness and other implements 3 barrels of apple 1 new buggy phaeton meat lard household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at oclock p m Terms made known on day of sale JAMES II HILLS Bryantsville Ky NOTICE All persons having claims against the late Dannie B Auderson are here by notilicd to prove them according to law and tile them with me or my attorney W 1 Williams of Lan caster Ky cin or before April 1103 All persons indebted Nannie B Anderson are hereby tied to settle at once with mr This Feb 25th 1S03 Juo M Orand Exe cutor of B Anderson lately deceased 2 27ot Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Plienix ol Hrookliii Milwaukee Merchants Now York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Herclmutile Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr in our the e 03 harrow vinegar L t1 the annie HI1INNAiRD Followin COlllpanies Aetna Life Ins Go gf u Kings New v r per Dlx Itiver arid Lao sal iiit IfSURAiCERe- 18cIltill lltfodColl 1 For X UUPTIO-Xouans OLUi Price Sic SICO i A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free are the most fatal of all dis KIDNEY DISEASE eases a FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE Is I Guaranteed Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE sot and 100 Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE 80DTII BOUND Number 1 dally uo stop llrlanmNumber 31 Mtdnit On Flas Numbers ll07amDally except Sunday 755 NORTH BOUND NumberS stops when Hugged 415 pm Number D ttjr hoes Not Stop pmNumberNumber 4 docs not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 51 am If You Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Are Going West PU CHME TICKETS VIA the I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R I ASS so The Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates 9 4 a 11 I I I eminent as pie t I Your account is oast MUST have what owe me The We use HPROVBBEKTS and guarantee A PERFECT LIKENESS We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY you Q Jfg T S IJ e I TL MODRRN If i I II I Oi d U a1lie i1Iet5 ic n2c2zo I Tae FoiS72dio l iijA M BOURNE AUCTIONEER Offers his to the people of this terirory services Perfect Satisfaction Leave word CKNTUAL ottice or address me at Lancaster WTKING Auctioneer my services to those need lug work in this line Satisfac tion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Loathe or tiers at Ilecord educe or address Buena Vista Kv Geo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a special ty Typewriting at reasonable rates Office at L L Walkers of fice Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Vines Rhubarb and everything forOrchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and general cat alogue on request Both phones H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTCN KY NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Isaac Uaughnian deceas ed will present same properly verified j and proven to me or my attorney GI Swinehroadj all 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run to nnl from New York Other trains run except Suudaj For car reservations or writs or telephone GKOWBARNEYDrA LXZIKGIOHET CAirtroSTATIONS In 71 pm- ArWashtll ton iVCSiOONO STATIONS tOil 1 lOtim I I L A D liSts Gasp- I p 4eipm 550am 3 AILY a s The Markets IOCISVILIE KY Feb IS CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers I JO J Medium to good shipping steers 4 JS I 10 Choice butcher SteeN j po 4 33 Medium to good butchers 3 f S Common to medium butchers 3 XKjp 3 Good to ohokt letMlurs 3 ft 4 10 Common to medium 3 ij 3 C5 Good to extra stock s ear 3 21 3 S5 Common to medium steers 2 HVg 3 75 i Good to choice stock 3 j vj 3 50 Common to medium heifers 3 OC 3 25 Iluin llgbt mixed stockers 2 25 2 Medium to good Lulls o oj 3 tQ Choice calves c 00 C 60 Common to medium calves 4 7J 5 50 Choice packing and butchers 200 told Ibs 10 Medium pucker Ito toiW lie 6 po Choice ship ILO to ICO Ibss r 50 Choice pigs 90 to IK Ibs j 5 GoodpigsSOtolWlbs SHEEP AND IA3I ItS Good to extra snipping slieop FairtogootJ Common to intMilum Harks Extra shipping lambs Best butcher lambs 1 7 2 ll t 0 5 5 75 5 CO Common tiillcnd lamls 3 o ThatSmooth Finish So much desired bv all men for their collars is given at this Laundry you want evidence scud us a trial WV will call for your work M N LAU DRY 53 V Main St Phones 202 k L GAN Agent I ncaster KenuckT The iimlorsigiHd lirchy ivt warn injr to all persons not to Irespas upon our lauds for hunt r purpose uhatoviTt as u uj r all offenders to Mic ttitlesrxK of the F Einliry Ed X U Price Dave Tliiitnnsiiii henry Cox Lucieii Perkins David Stiiihens Clay T L Hroaddus I V Suit on 15 L ICfll- yMislIIanshurv U Mrs M Parra L Davidson las R Henry W A Burton J C Ilemphiil Price Hros enrjr Lea veil v- W S lYr iison I M Grand V L Lawson W M Mahan 11 A HazIey Win Learv A lex West V A LoaT- Roht IVI Vhhf I S Daniels MrsIMVGi- HHeinphiuvvauhn T M Uaram 4 it Ill feeder stock stock S HOGS i lIlt 2 CiO Uougbsl OtoiiOOJb 50 e 25 75 2j310 2 dii 9J to I r hun le 5 I 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