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CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 6 1903 XVMMfR 40 l f f s- p THETHIRTEENTH YEdE American Chilled Plows NO 20 Wood Beam Steel Beam These plows are guar plow as well as any No 20 plow Satisfaction Guaran teed o r money refunded HASELDEN 650 750 anteed tq J R s Sx 3 e 1 All Around Th Town j Rev W M Baker of Glasgow Kv will preach at the Christian church Sunday at both services At New Antioch Rev A R Moore will preach Antioch next Sunday at 230 p m Sunday week will be BroMoores last sermon in Lancaster church Primary May 9th Printed instructions regarding the democratic primary to be held Slay 9th have boon sent out Judge M D Hughes tells us he has a number which he will gladly give to parties desiring them Gets Better Position Maj Win II Collier of this city who has been serving as private secre tary for his father Pension Agent D R Collier was sworn in as Deputy Surveyor and Inspector of Customs under Surveyor Barnett at Louisville Monday Mr Collier is a very popu lar young man and has a host of friends who are glad to hear of his ap pointment CUT Dads The Council met Monday night and transacted a lot of miner business Quite a number of claims were allow A permit was granted to Mrs Fox to erect three cottages on the old Franklin Institute lot The Marshal was ordered to enforce the dog law Work house keeper Tillett was given contract to keep stray pen Several bills for provisions given the poor the cold weather were allowed stove in police court room was or lered paid for The entire body was Invited to the Don C Hall show at the ourt house adjourned went up and iccupied the baldheaded row New Dental Firm Drs W S Beazley and G C Faris have ormed a partnership and will to practice dentistry at the old stand over Thompsons store Our readers are well aware of the ability of Dr Beazley as he has been here for several years Dr Faris came here about ten months ago and has been assisting Dr Beazley lie is a gradu ate of State College Lexington and studied dentistry in Louisville at a leading school lie graduated in Cin cinnati and was valedictorian of his class His work has given the great satisfaction Dr Faris has made ma ny friends in our city aud Dr Beazley made a good selection when he secur ed his services VVVVVVYV d a- New during Anew continue t Mattings We are receiving our Spring line of Carpets and Rugs We have Largest and Best Line We Have Ever Shown Many fine words will not de scribe a beautiful sunset you have to see it yourself Its the same with these carpets and tings you must see them and learn the prices to fully appre ciate them The latch string is out and theres no one to tease you to buy We would rather lose a sale dozens of times than to have anyone leave our doors dissatisfied So come in and see bur beautiful line and learn our prices rJj J WjJ lffJ r 0I0X Carpets D I 14r LOGAN 1 e g 1 DRY GOODS CO Look at your calendar and you wil observe an unusual thin occurring this month Each day of the week occurs four times This has happened but fifteen times in the last 132 years The Stanford court house has been condemned and a new one will likely take its place Gentlemen dont let a few old fogies get in their work by patching up the old eyesore but go down into your jeans and build a good one A Sensible Iflait A Missouri farmer gave his son 80 acres of land saying My son I be hove I am a better father to you by giving you eighty acres of Missouri land than by sending you to college to learn how to smoke cigarettes and play football IltlgllC Mrs A D Hughes of this county died at her home near Marksbury Monday and was buried in the Lan caster Cemetery Wednesday afer services at the Christian church A more extended notice of the de ceased will be given in next issue ire Tliero Any Here One class of knockers in a town arc those who hold their fortunes in gilt edge foreign securities and shun any investment at home that can be reached by the tax assessor They are usually loud in their citicisms of the citizen who invests in something that will help the town ana community to this class of knockers do subscribe for the local papers and think they are nuisances The School Rook Case The case of the Superintendent of Garrard county vs Giun Co was set for trial in the Lincoln Circuit Court this week but was continued until the next term of court This is the famous School Book case where in the above named firm is sued for discriminating in prices in the sale of school books in case the school won the case the proceeds of the suit would go for the benefit of the public schools of the county there fore a change of venue was taken to Lincoln Twenty thousand dollars is involved in the suit LlglmiliiKs Lively Work Electricity was on a high horse in Lancaster Friday and several narrow escapes from death resulted At Squire Kinnairds residence a bolt entered the front of the house passed through burning curtains bricabrac singing the hair on a servants head tore out several window panes and took a dive into the cistern tearing off the top of the latter It also got unto the electric light wires and burn ek them into small scraps also demol ished all the lamps in the house bolt took a crack at the church spiral while another did a little damage to the tower at the Christian church The telephone lines came in for their share nearly every phone in town being put out of business The latter were not all until Tuesday so much work being required The storm lasted only a few minutes but it certainly had the people on the scare Circuit Court What is known to evil doers and professional witnesses as big court will convene next Monday for a three weeks term There is about the run of work to be done the princi pal case to come up being that of Slier for killing Dr Poyntz As the and Ministers have been doing such good work against the illegal sale of whiskyand to stop other devilment it is expected that the grand jury will take up this work and push to a successful end that which our Council the tiger and a general cleaning out of the notorious Chute The grand jury can aid very materially in this work and we trust go at the matter systematically and with a vim that will show the element that laws are made to be enforced and in the language of the illustriousThos P Hill by the eternal they will be enforced Paid for Full Time Harrodsburg the petit juries yesterday morning Judge Saufley took occasion to criti cise the present law which prevents the jurymen from receiving their pay promptly for their services He the people to instruct their Repre sentatives and Senators to get a law enacted at the next session of the Legislature to remedy the fault so that the trustee of the jury fund would always have on hand sufficient money to pay promptly in cash every juryman who had served and not to have them compelled to wait till the circuit clerk could make out the ac count send to the auditor and then await his convenience to return the money Iri consequence of this delay and the bad weather prevailing the judge also ordered the clerk to make out the accounts of jurymen for their full term and to make no deductions from the payrolls on account of the several days adjournments of the court making the due each juror 32 service at the present YYVVVVVVVYVWVVVYVYVYYWVvY one e Presbyterian repaired usual Council DemocratIn amount term o funeral Tel superintendent Anther diligently hoodlum dismissing advised for 4 Deputy U S Marshal W T Short of Richmond came down Monday and gathered in a bunch of tiger operators who didnt have Government license The whole layout was taken to Covington jail The Winter Wheat Crop Weather Bureaus report for January makes the following of the condition of the winter wheat crop in the United States On the whole the winter wheat crop fared well in January 1903 the cen tral and northern portions of the win ter wheat belt being well protected by snow covering until the closing days of the month when much snow melted leaving only the extreme northern districts with a covering an January 31 Over the southern por tion of the winter wheat belt some damage has resulted from alternate freezing and thawing but the crop has apparently not sustained serious injuryThe rainfall throughout the winter wheat belt was lighter than usual but Kansas is the only State reporting need for moisture In Washington and Oregon the general condition of wheat is satisfactory although por tions of these States have suffered from alternate freezing and thawing In California the first half of the month in the northern sections was colder and foggy while hot dry winds prevailed in the southern part of the State but no serious damage resulted more temperature with beneficial rains prevailed during the latter part of the month Was Sad to Some As our readers are informed the City Council and Ministers have been getting in some telling blows on the Battle Row hoodlum element and operators In their rounds gallons of whisky had been and it was determined to destroy it Saturday a large kettle was on the Public Square and a big crowd soon congregated to rubber what was going on Councilman Beazley brought out some excelsior which was placed in the kettle and lighted The whisky was then and as the flames leaped high the whisky was pitched into the kettle Now you all all eh know that good whisky will burn but lo and behold the tiger article not only to ignite but putout BrerBeaz leys excelsior fire and all It was ac tually too Infernal mean to burnSome wag slipped a handful of powder into the fire and the explosion caused a stampede among the onlookers We dont know how the stuff was induced to burn but finally a blaze shot up and as the stuff disappeared a crowd stood around with long faces some of whom looked they were their nearest and dearest rela tire A good many funny and remarks were made by the streel loafers but the burning of the stall was another striking prbof that the Council and Ministers mean nusiness and all lawloving citizens are at their back ready to respondwhenever they need any help to assist them in the noble undertaking LAW MUST BE OBEYED Local fllluIst T and City Council are Doing Good Work Best People Are With Them JVIiiHt Go Its not a good idea for a doctor to take his own medicine truly but If a preacher will only put practice that which he preacnes it will have all to do in bringing about that which is good and right The Lancaster ministers are entiled to the plaudits ol all lovers of law and order for their manly work in this city recently As most every one knows matters had come to such a pass here in Lancaster that a certain class of individuals thought they had the right to trample all laws under foot do what they and no one should interfere The Ci ty Council which is the best one in many respects the town ever had put their shoulder to the wheel and together with the ministers started in to stop the sale of whisky and loiter ing by lewd women about town They decided to visit the Chute and make personal of the premises They walked Into every dive down there never attempting to force their way in but did so quietly and had a talk with every one suspected of evil doing A number of white men and boys were found lounging around but they were not disturbed Several Smart Alecks proceeded to expound should be brought against the town for disturbing a man in his own house and other such pollyrot No attention has been paid to these lawyers but the fight has been kept steadily and now man wants a drink on the he has to know the ropes pretty well if you please The white women hotfooted out of town much to the regret of a few sorry white indivduals The ministers see as du all ful observers that the way to reach certain people is to go after them Tiger operators and Chute loafers ne vcr darken a church door and to tell them of the evil of their way one must hunt them up The better element of Lancaster people those who want law and order those who have self few Chute loafers and those who a take out of the money coming from and be clearly shown in tbiimatter Tile summary several captured brought forth refused asthough brilliant Into p eased inspection the and say sun ts ita ministerst tothwartIt wm ieI lb favorable conditions tiger placed into burying Hoodlums law Chute were other care i s The First of the Season The Richmond Elks Fair for 1903 promises to be the greatest fair of any kind ever held in the county date has been set for July 13 continu ing six days This is the same week of last years fair and is considered the best date of the whole season The Richmond fair will be the first of the circuit no other being held in the State during that week Rebind the FootllgliU We understand our friend Tubby Wilkersonof Stanford appeared before a Stanford audience the other night and in a crackertail coat doe skin breeches and beegum brought forth applause which brought down that bouse and shook the court house so that the grand jury had to condemn the latter Judging from this report Tubby must have as many friends and admirers over there as he has in Lancaster The show was not over this way or we would have gone over to see our old sidepard in his new role Better Dull Service The Record is glad to say that its letter to lion G G Gilbert our made the post office people get busy and give the people along the K C road a better mail service The following letters will show what was done c- House of Representatives U S Washington Feb 26th Louis Landram Lancaster Ky My Dear have succeeded in getting some alterations made n to the mail delivery about which you wrote me some time ago I enclose you what the Department has to say and wich I trust will be Your friend G G Gilbert Office Supt Railway Mail Service Washington Feb 24 1903 lIon U G Gilbert House of Rep d Referring to your personal call some time sinceat which time attention was invited to request of Mr Louis Landram of the Lancas ter Central Record for the of additional service on mixed trains between Richmond and Ky concerning which promise was made you that we would endeavor to cover the necessities of the case by the establishment of closed pouches 1 have to inform you that we are today in receipt of a report from the Super intendent of Railway Mall Service Cincinnati 0 stating that he has caused closed pouch service to be es tablished between the offices of Hi attsville Gilberts Creek Lowell Paint Lick and Louisville and Mid dlesboro R P O trains 21 and 22 and that since this has been done there has been no complaint of insufficient to any of the points named Trusting this will be satisfactory I am very respectfully Alex Grant Acting General Supt a D Thee hat Congressman SirWe reference satisfactory resentativesSir ands t advertised establishment Rowland service New Treasurer As Jno Barton has moved away Dr Burnetthas been selected treasurer of the local A O U W lodge The Rice Sale A large crowd attended the sale the Rice farm Thursday The was first offered in several parcelsand then as a whole and the bid on latter being the best it was knocked off to Adam Pence of Lincoln for 813 285 The farm is one of the best in the county the only objection being that it is oft the turnpike A lot of personal property was sold all bring ing fairly good prices Corn sold for 280 some fodder at 20c and other things in proportion Taken all in all the sale was a satisfactory one Possession will be given about the middle of this month and we under stand Mrs Rice will leave for a visit to relatives in Texas and other points West A Good Company Mr and Mrs Don C Hall a well balanced company of players gave three delightful the court house this week They put on a different bill each night and the Lancaster public was never better pleased than with the work of the company Mr Hall is a Mason Odd Fellow Knight Pythias and an allround clever gentleman This did a large amount of work for him and can cheerfully recommend him as an honorable man He is an exceptionally good actor This Preacher means Business Rev L Robinson recent pastor here has just been elected treasurer of the Oklahoma Land and Town Site Company incorporated a few weeks ago with 40000 capital stock We understand the company has bought out Lindsey I T situated in the heart of the Washata valley un the richest valley m Since taking the option theRock Island Railroad have laidtrack to the town and the Santa Fe will begin running trains to Lindsey as a first of March and the people are pouring into the place so that the real estate has gone up 25 per cent since the company bought Houses are in such demand the company will build 300 shacks on all residence lots them at 15 a month before the work is begun making 60 per cent on the improvements and with the sure and rapid advance in the value of the real estate tins seems to us a good proposition The stock is being sold at 10 a share and the company are confident of success they promise that if the purchaser is dissatisfied tqey will buy in the stock at the end of six months with C per cent on the investment But quite likely the treasurer can give you more than I if you will write him at Newport Kyespecially if you enclose twocent stamp supported- by entertainments- at ant of Amer- Ica terminus renting 4 fan th information You Should Have The Lexington Democrat giving free to every new subscriber a very useful and valuable present in the shape of a map of the world of the United States and of Kentucky with the pictures and autographs of presidents etc The maps were made expressly for the Democrat and are really worth the price charged for the receive one postage prepaid tf A Good Entertainment The large audience which witnessed the play Last Loaf at the Court House Fridayjilght was delighted with the performance in fact were so well pleased as to request that it be repeated Saturday evening We re A number of pleasing specialties were introduced and all unite in saying that the whole performance was the best ever given by home talent The play will be given in Kirksville and The Record will say that if say one who sees it is not satisfied and delighted it will gladly for persons ticket A neat sum was realized for the Christian Endeavor under whose auspices it was given I One bedthe- e subscription givingthe pay 4 d tonight t FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low 0 p L DAVIDSONv 0 Attorney At Law X- s Life insurance policies bought jr for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 J A BEAZLEY GO tI 0 p 1 OC 000Om f Merchant Tailoring Suits to measure from 850 to 50 From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guaran teed H T LOGAN Price Clothier 4 0 I l The One IF YOU NEED A WAGON BUY THE BEST e 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 HARNESS RUGS WHIPS c PH TONS ft 0 MAN S XELI 0 R E J l 9 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaiter Ky at SecondClan Mail Matter Lancaster Ky Mardi 6 1903 The editor was honored with an in vitation to a dinner to be given by the Louisville Commercial Club at the Galt House in that city this Thurs day evening It was with much re luctance that we sent our regrets as the Commercial Club always puts the big pot in the little one and a glori ous good time was in store This is doing great good for the advancement of the Falls City and works diligently to advertise the city and state If the people of Kentucky would catch step with the procession and do onehalf as much for the state Kentucky would soon be one of the leading states in the Union The trouble is we have too much politics and not enough business If every fellow would hustle for his state like he does to get some little whipper snapper into office it would bring about what the Louisville Commercial Club is seeking to accomplish The Harrodsburg Herald voices the sentiments of all right thinking when it says Kentuckians have long since passed that period of their political history when they chose their state officers exclusively on na tional issues Any man coming before the democratic party in this State de mandiog a platform on which to win victory next November simply admits that his democracy is of such an un certain variety that it stands for practically nothing All good citi zens be they democrats or what not want a clean economical administra tion of the state government An in line with the new spirit of commercial enterprise now bestiring its citizens Begone with all your clap trap of national issues get down to fundamentals and to the business in hand A woman died lately in a New York hospital from starvation When she collapsed she was standing in a line of prisoners in a police court waiting to be tried for the henious offense of ask ing help in the streets for her extrem ity of need Several papers have ta ken this fact as a text to say mean things about Andrew Carnegie wonder why he didnt give her a library such clap trap We will to say that had Mr Carnegie known of that womans wants he would have given her a house and stocked it with provisions Of course rich people cannot go about the streets listening to every beggar Mr Carne gie has proven the tact that be is a bighearted man and if other rich men would do onetenth for charity that he does the world would derive benefit from their having been born into it His many friends are delighted with the clean thoughtful and VIce Hon George Gilbert is giving in Congress It was our pleasure to meet Mr Gilbert several several years ago lJEJIJIJE2J l2I LANDRAM people l organization administration r another venture r J faithful se d r and as it is our custom to size up pretty closely we soon formed a liking for him Mr Gilbert has not pranced around in Congress to attract public attention like many others but has given every matter careful and thoughtful attention and cast his vote for what he honestly believed to be right We glory in the spunk of any man who has the independence to look at things from a conservative standpoint and does not blow off his mouth simply to get before or depend upon some one else to do his thinking The Lexington Herald is now in its handsome new quarters equipped with an elegant new press and all other uptotheminute fixtures The Herald is one of the best papers we receive and if you want all the news put in the most readable shape you should subscribe for it The editorials of the noble old veteran Col W C P Breckinridge are worth an hundred fold more than the price of many other dailies For good oldfashioned boss sense you cant touch him and every body knows it One elevated railroad in New York City runsa train of cars every minute and fortyfive seconds through the day thps carrying 79200 more passengers in one day on a single line on Sixth avenue Its hard to understand why who can make a living will stay in such a jam of and its still more difficult to see why thereare not more fatalities in the surging pushing masses A New York citizen the other day paid 38000 for a rug at an auction and was then offered and refused 50 000 for it Lets see what is it the good book says about the fool and his money Should some poor man go to those fools for little help the stepmothers heart would be a fiery furnace in comparison to the chilly reception he would get Another judge has thank heaven had the to refuse bail to a murderer whose only claim was he came of a good family or had money Justice Pope of Columbia S C said Murderer Tillman should stay behind the bars until tried for killing Editor Gonzales Sometimes justice is dealt with an impartial hand Some of our friends in Congress have sent us several packages of garden seed Now if they will be so kind as to send us a garden we will see that the seed so carefully as to spring up and bring forth fruit abund aptly to the honor of their name A corner in broom cure which it is believed will boost prices to 100 a ton is said to be forming Well this will not matter much but we married men are exceedingly anxious to keep down a corner on broom sticks Fnenmonla Follow a Cold but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia Refuse substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m i IJIll E2J EI people the people located combined anyone elsewhere people a proverbial courage because aresown fHMf t f f MM f MMMMf Cemetery WorkTh- ose desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders now and thus be sureof prompt delivery We can furnish you any a 6 Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class Pact ronize your home people and saye travelers expenses The Garrard County Marble Works 1111 fi D 1 OJlDs nBlijtI Ii j u lijiturnfEE I t agents and ST t 1r x Mr Tom Barkers family are sick with grip Davd Swope sold to Mr flilla bunch of Co James Aldridge sold to Dave Swope five shoats at Gc Kinnaird Bourne bought of Dave Swope one shoat at ale The Christian Endeavor will meet Saturday aftornoon with H Bogie Mr Bright Herring and little daugh ler Nannie visited Tom Herring and family Sunday A number from here attended the funeral of Mr George Bright at Sunday afternoon Mrs Fannie Pollard and daughter Miss Jennie visited Mr Ed Bourne and family at Bettis Thursday Messrs George Boner of California and Dick Moore of Lexsngton were mingling with friends here Sunday Messrs Henry and Frank Parks of Danville bought of A D Hughes loads of corn at 2 per barrel Rev W M Staliings and Mr W D Marksbury of Marcellus visited Mrs Fannie Sutton at Preachersville last Tuesday R3V W M Staliings left Tuesday fo Lebanon to officiate at the marriage of his brother Mr C W Staliings to Miss Sallie Harman Mr N II Bogie has returned from Cincinnati where he purchased a nice lineof spring goods Mrs Bogie ac companied him to Lexington a to relatives MANSE Zack Hester bought a cow from Mr Wade Walker for 835 Mr Henry Arnold spent several days in Cartersville last week Mr Chris Sowders is recovering from an attack of mumps Miss Bessie Doty leaves this week for Wilmore where she will attend Asbury College Misses Frankya and Bessie Doty have been visiting Miss Mary in Lincoln county Miss Annie Burkeentertained friends at a birthday party Wednesday even lug It was enjoyable affair Rev Lawrence of Lexington filled the pulpit at Fairvisw Sunday and was entertained by Capt Doty and family MrO Tenill and family will leave Monday for Illinois where they will make their future home They have many dear friends who regret to see them leave J C Clouse bought a sow and pigs for 32 W H Furr visited at G W Spanglers Sunday W H Furr bought a hog of Ben Cor miny for Frank Gross bought a horse of Ebb Scott for 30 Walter Spangler W H Furr Tuesday night Jim Cold Iron sold his farm to J R Payne for 1500 G W SpangTer bought a cow from Frank Gross for 35 Isaiah Kelley bought a hog of J C Clouse for six dollars W H Furr bought 3 hogs of J C Clouse for eleven dollars Nose Lawson bought 3 hogs of Ebb Scott for 6 per hundred J C Clouse bought 3 hogs of Wm Coldiron for Gc per pound Frank Gross sold a calf to J C Fox for 12 also one to Sampson Archer for There was preaching at Lawson Chapel Sunday by the pastor Rev Tenill BRYANT VILLE Born to the wife of Mr R H Ballard Feb 28th inst a fine boy Mr James Campbell will leave for New Mexico on the 17th Hon J M Ball will move to Camp Dick Robinson this week J F Gallaher of Danville will move to the R D Ballard house Mrs Dr Jennings of Tyrone was the guest of Mr and Mrs J S Haselden Mrs EH Ballard is visiting her Mrs Will Wolfork in Lexington Miss Mattie Dunn entertained friends at flinch last Friday night Miss Ella Higginbotham was the guest of Mrs Tom Palmer of Mr Eearnest Bourne visited his grand mother Mrs Wolford in Lexing ton Miss is the guest of her sister Mrs CritlSubanks of Hedge Miss Allice and Sam Dunn of Dan yule were the guest of their mother Sunday Mrs A S Haselden spentsewral in Cincinnati buying a large of millineryMr J Armstrong a number of last Wednesday 40 were present The flinch met at the home of Miss Mae Robinson last A bout twentywere present had a delightful time Yeiid quickly to wonderful cur ative and healing qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar It prevents pneumo nia and consumption from a hard cold on the lungs C C J E Stdrraefi lm I 1 ys I I lAlii ijCf I I I Mrs N several on visit hackle 10 visited 13 sister several Lancaster vllle i stock Raw LUBe settled 1 shoats at Lancaster avery FLAT WOODS mot Annie Perkins d club week very or Inflamed the Y 4xy d was sick for in c J i Wm MacIIendren ot ICirksvillo here Sunday Mrs Will McCrciry here last week Mrs 3 D Jones who has been quite is able to be out again Miss Irene Simpson is visiting friends and relatives in Jessamine Miss Sallie B Ray is spending weeks with friends in Crab Orchard Mr Lewis Ray of this place opened school at Teatersville Monday morn ingKemp Walker bought one pair of mules from Walker and Lee for 170 and sold one to same paTties for 100 Miss Nelle Roswell of riafrodslmrg has been the guest of her cousins Misses Fannie Mae and Helen Miles a week Misses Cordia and Ruth Ray accoui pained their brother Will to his home Pearson Ill last week to be gone several months They are greatly missed Ruth in school and Sunday school as pupil and Miss Cordia who was an efficient teacher in Sunday school I C Collins bought a cow from John Askins for 40 Ottie Walker sold his horse to Mead Teater for Robert Burton said a cow to V A Lear at cents Miss Arkie Hunter was in our midst last week visiting friends Mr J T Harden and wife visited re ativesin McCreary Sunday Mrs Louis Ramsey who has been her parents returned to her home in Bnrnside Ky Mr and Mrs Will Dickerson were visited by their sisters trout Buena Vista last week Misses Ollie Hackley Eva and Jones were visitors of Miss Kellie last week Tuncie Prewit sold his horse to Enoch Creech for and went to his home in Illinois Edward Grow left Monday morning to make his home in Illinois Much the regret of his many friends Herbert Gullie bought some shoats from Wily Prewit that averaged 751bs and sold them to J Askins for seven PIIEACHEKSVILLE sold some hogs to W G Gooch for Gc J P Rogers bought a mule from S Morgan for 20 A J Thompson bought 15 hogs from M Cress for 75 Rev W B Ragan is at home from for a few days Mr Wilder of Bell county is here trying to buy a farm Sam Ballard sold three heifers last week for 20 per head George Miller bought a sow and pigs from J M Cress for 16 J H Thompson bought eight hogs from Hugh Seargent force John W Cummins was at home Sunday from Flemingsburg Prof Dotson was here first of the week looping for a farm to buy Miss Ella Thompson has returned home from Georgetown College Payne is happy over the arrival of a girl at his home on the 2nd inst Mrs J F Holtzclaw and Mrs J C Pepples was shopping in Lancaster last week John RIgsby is improving some being confined to his bed for sometime with mumps Dave Thompson is the happiest boy in town hes pap now a fine boy the night of the 27th All are doing well Thresher For Sale Complete GuarScott outfit of 13horse power engine 36x56 Separator with 25 feet swinging stack and Glendale bagger 150 feet 7in four ply belt and reel 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 2274 One Huber Separator 26x36 in ghod shape Willtlogood 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 2274t 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 soon as season opens J C Thompson A Good Investment If the right party wants to invest In a good paying gene al store ten in a thriving Garrard county vil lage and MEANS BUSINESS he call at this office It will about 85500 and if you dont care to go in this deep dont come No questions answered unless we are convinced that you have the monkey and want to buy boar shoat weight about 90pounds Left my stable last Ward Liveryman m6tf Hemp ground for rent Apply a The Record office 100 barrel uptodate flour mill for rent In perfect condition and is In Lancaster near depot Terms reasonable Address JS Minor Son 312 W Jefferson st Louisville c l jj k n IIwas Dickerson of M CREARV 100 31 Visiting Emma 80 mak to a lb- t J C Fox Irvine J F after 1 consist- Ing drive for For Sale work re- qUIre t LostRed win several slant sit mo situated a the the GQ est to tit Thompgfitts Txvo uld Jiah aiid lass lt be S5cts atTIurinpsbtis i Old papery for ti Lenny Stiller RuuoitD office Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just rccieveil at Thompson 50 plain gold and set rings just received price from to S100 Tompsun the Jeweler i Nabiscoes and Festinoes are test for lunches They are the fad Currey Davidson I Fountain and Stylographic pens and best fountain pen ink Thompson Jeweler New lot of diamond rings and studs to 150 in 12 different sizes Thompson the Jeweler Wanted hemp Will pay high market price R M West Lan cater 12tf We pride ourselves on making as good meal as can be manufactured quality always uniform Water injll meal Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Having concluded to move my and loct e in the North I will rent or lease all my property in Buena Yis 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 Ib 48 lb or 96 lb sacks The 48 and 06 lb packages are put up in plain or twill goods as you prefer the twill sacks make splendid towels You should try some flour put up in this way Respfly Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf No 1 milk cow foi sale R T Em bry at National Bank f27tl If you want a good turnout of th very best quality bring your wheat and corn to Potts Bros Phone 103 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 227tf Board For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rinekles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Hamilton House Having fitted up my house for and the traveling public will try please every one Call and be I Hamilton j62m The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an Eosterbazarand exchange Saturday April 11th Easter eggs a specialty tf Office at Homo I have fitted up an olllce at my Home on Danville street where I will be glad to do dental work for my old customers and ill 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 same We are here to see that you get our goods We deliver promptly in any quantity- to any part of the city Respectfully Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Our goods will probably cost you a trifle more than the general run of city flours some of very doubtful merit but our goods will more than the slight difference in goal ity Resply Potts Bros 227tf Desirable Property for Sale Having concluded to leave Lancas ter we desire to 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 For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Try some of our fresh ground flour put up in and 24 sacks 25 and 50c per made Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf furniture on hand R L Jennings and Co Paint Lick If want a nice spring Suit see R L and Co They repre sent leading houses and can please you A n oldtime clock 8 feet tall run ning and keeping the best of time Price 50 2274 1 Laslie T Bradshaw BrandNow I have sold all my old shop fixtures and purchased an entire new outfit which eoables me todo the very best workobtained in an up odate shoe shop With new tooTs and stock you can rest assured that you will get the best work Rates reasonable Gallon me at old stand over bowling alley t f T J Hatcher One 10 horsepower Rumley in No 1 shape one Nordyke Norman corn mill 18 incH buhr with and meal elevators Will sell on time til Jan 1 1904 with good note 2274t 1 Leslie TBradsbaw HlchjlllIll t sale 200 the 2 itr boarders convinced Eaer situated Sate family tat Graham 121 pound sacknone better New lot of For Sate portable l S Eatrtaiument makeup C For Jennings cord I- m V Q Q S v V A s 0 A v C V The greatest Headache Cure Sold at We are now in finr next to Zimmers where vye have plenty to show our immense stock of t Druggists Sundries Toilet Articles Brushes Rubber Goods Cigars Tobacco Etc 1 Our prescription Department is under S Swillyour prescriptions to us North side Public Square p tc I rr rJ Tn U fm mnJ A 1eSRO IE rnQar 1 t td tm srmu 0000 0000000 0000000000000000 Q o B till 8 2 Q 0 2 of roan o Q i Q o Q 0 0O o Fx B l A Q rlS klwei3 o 2 0000000 0 0 a i i OJO N3w 0 o 0 p0 Q Q 0 0 O 0 Drug0 tor- a Q Pl1 I a P 1 oo P j l ttgau t POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in FLOUReaIJGrahagn flolH HO l1inY9C j ng Oats ShiiJ Stuff Cruahed Feed Sces Field SeadsJiay Sti3V Cottonseed ideal Hulls Shells Old post office room Danville st t t tt tttttt Vulcan CHILLED PLOWS v a a 1t di1 9 Crushed Oyster 4 itt tttt tf 1f+++++++++ ++ + + + +++ a Car load just received II nI I I I i u It i IU H II II I I I I II II t n U It I I I I I I I I II I Ii TJIWAL1EB SON Clover Timothy andd of Oats a 9 JA T ED f L iFarmers who know Good Goods Quality and Price in fi iia Horse Collars Collar Pads Wagon Harness Buggy Harness Grass Seeds i i Plows Harrows Land Rollers FertilizerGarden eds Right Quality or None E F P0STtLEs 1u iIo o f it Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Arc In Mr Saufley Hughes was in Crab Or chard Sunday Mrs Mary Reid who has been quite sick is some better Sam Joseph a Cincinnati drummer was here the past week Miss Julia Reid has returned from a weeks stay in Louisville Misses Cotton of Danville are Miss Lizzie Hudson Mrs 0 M Iluey of Stanford has been visiting Mrs J E Wolford Miss E irle Chenault of Richmond is the guest of Mrs J W Elmore George Harris visited his parents Mr E W Harris and wife Sunday Mrs George Miller Lusk left this week to visit relatives in Louisville Miss Dove Harris has accepted a po sition as clerk in R H Batsons store Mr Ike Dunn and wife of Bryants vine have been guests of Mr Dee Gul ley and family Mr and Mrs II M Ballou are receiv ing congratulations over thearrival of a little daughter Miss Sallie Lou Myers has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Jack Vanetta of Lexington Misses Fannie and have returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs Lewis Doty of Stanford Misses Bessie Gulley and Lizzie have been visiting Miss Mary Tompson Danville avenue Misses Ella Higginbotham Lena Palmer and Lee Prewitt have been visiting Mrs Emma Higginbotham Misses Amos Willis and Lena Palm er of Kirksville and Lillian Ander son of Danville are guests of Mrs Emma Higginbotham Mrs Bright Mr Dave Logan and wife Mrs Robinson lion Robert lIar ding Dave Dunn and daughter of Danville attended the funeral of Mr George Bright Sunday Mr W M Bowman cf Flemingsburg has been here for a few days He left Monday for home accompanied by wife who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W G Anderson T Minor was here a few days this week He is engaged in the con tracting and building business with his father and is called all over the FLOUR i Is the Best Made I say so 1 know 1 use White Swan I have as pi Bread as anyone I sell linsnre every I sell sell yon White Swan 6Ir visiting Hattie Doty Simpson Mr E WHITESWAN White Swan want to M 8 All 0 U I 1 t i 1 i i s I if1 1 t null A J1I G7a country At present he is superin tending a big job at Peoria 111 Miss Nellie Chenault of Richmond is the guest of Miss Norma Elmore Danville avenue Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith leave next week for the cities to attend the spring millinery open ings and purchase new goods Miss Lilly Noel has just returned from the East where she purchased a tremendous line of the handsomest millinery and posted up on the latest styles etc Lexington cor Courier Journal Mis Ada Ealy was hostess Tuesday at a flinch party which she gave in honor of her guest Miss Nell Bourne of LancasterThe Hand society will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs J E Wol ford It will be an experience social and all members are requested to be present and bring their offering Geo C Keller foreman on the sews was in town the other day and made us a most pleasant call George is one of the best allround newspaper men in the state and a mighty clever fellow Mr V B Bradshaw of Indianapolis was here this week to see homefolks Billy is now a fireman on the Big Four railroad between Indianapolis and Cincinnati and has been working there for some time He tells us he will soon get an engine After a tour through the West and several Northern states W B Jarvis and wife have returned to Kentucky and says he will be content to spend his remaining days here as theres no place like home and especially a Ken tucky home Miss Lizzie Hudson held a delight ful reception at her home Saturday afternoon in honor of the B T V club The floral decorations of the rooms were profuse and A very delicious collation was served and compliments concerning were quite in order Several new games were introduced making all to gether a most enjoyable afternoon One of the most brilliant and suc cessful affairs of the season was the exchange party given by Miss Norma Elmore Friday evening at her beauti ful home on Danville avenue The floral decorations of the handsome rooms were pink white Miss El more served a choice and delicious menu The popularity of the hostess always insures a happy response and some 60 odd guests enjoyed the even ing Danville Advocate Mrs S M Pea cock nee Luella Bright widow of the late Samuel Peacock will leave this week to resume her for mer position as chief operator for the East Tennessee Telephone Company at that place Mrs Peacock returned yesterdae from Coal Creek Tennessee where she has been for several days settling up the estate of her late hus weeks ago In Apple Pie Order Mr H F Thompson the expert boil er inspector for the Hartford Steam Boiler Ins Co was here Friday went over The Records engine from ash pan to smoke pipe of the best engines he had seen in a country office and complimented our engineer Gary Mullens on the neat condition in which it is kept Mat RenIgiiB At the Council meeting Monday accepted Mr Siler has made a first class officer and has come as near holding the boys down as any man the town has ever had The boys all Ilk ed Mat and when he would ask them to cool down they would always do so without any trouble Mr Slier has ordered a lightning rod wagon and will travel Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we to maintain Insist on supplying you our goods We are here to see that you get them 123tf Danville handsome beautiful and for Paducah tragIc Resaid it was one resignation I I your Merchant wit the spirit of George R Bright returned to Him it Garrard county lost one of its best citizens and his relatives and friends name they will always cherish As stated in a recent issue of The Record Uncle George has been in failing health for some time and his death was not a surprise to his wide circle of friends and relatives who have been watching his condition The deceased was in his C8th year and had resided in all his life Every body who had the pleasure of his ac quaintance knows that a biggerheart ed broaderminded or more generous man than he never lived Especially among the young men was he a great favorite and they all his friendship to them Hehad never married and spent most of his life on his farm where he amassed a large fortune which he used to relieve the suffering whenever he knew it was needed and for the enjoyment of his friends He never refused an appeal for help and what he did was in a quiet way and with a cheerfulness that was admirable The writer was especially fond of Uncle George and every time he came to town we made it a point to spend a time in his pres ence Full of fun and an occassional bit of sound advice his company was indeed a benefit to any man lIe was widely connected and leaves many relatives who mourn his death lIe had been a lifelong member of the Presbyterian church and was a liberal contributor to all religious work The funeal services were conducted in the Lancaster Presbyterian church Sun day afternoon Dr Green of Danville officiating The burial was in Lancaster Cemetery To Prevent Tlitft A writer in an agricultural paper says that a little precaution on the part of the buyers of blue grass seed would almost put a complete stop to theft of this product If the farmer will put small slips of paper in his seed as soon as it is brought in from the field bearing his name printed by a rubber stamp and if the buyer will paintmark each bag with the name of the party of whom he buys the seed erasing all other names on the bag at that time then the printed slip and the name on the bag must agree when it is opened upfor the cleaner FcnthcrlrsM Clilclteiic The gratification and encourage mcnt experienced by the officials of the Agricultural Department as a re suit of the favorable manner in which the announcement of the attempts that would be made to breed clean pigs was received by the press and public has led to another step toward the perversion of species for useful and practical ends Experiments will be conducted with a view to securing a breed of featherless chickens The work will be conducted at the experi ment stations in the South and while the result of the experimeets is yet a matter of conjecture those having the affair in charge are sanguine of ul success Time idea of a breed of featherless chickens is not as or ridiculous as would first ap pear to the lay mind The wonders which science has achieved in the an imal and vegetable kingdoms are well known and this latest contemplated task is not even conjectually impossi ble of achievement See the new silk voiles tamisc Cecillians brillianteens etaminesLon don twist and other new things- in dress goods at Logan Dry Goods Company It We are showing some special values in 36inch black taffeta and peau de sole silk Logan Dry Goods Co It We have just received a handsome line of white and colored mercerized clothSfor waists Logan Dry Goods Co It The Logan Dry Goods Co are show ing a beautiful line of spring and madras cloths It Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv cd White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at each Potts Bros mGtf SWEENEY Cornett Bros sold Lutes Bros 10 ca t Marsee and Pope bought of Young Bros 12 head of cattle at per head W M Rothwell sold G pigs to the Cornett Bros at CJcts S Morgan has several loads of hogs Mr Manuel Cox will start for the mountains next week to mules Mrs M Cox was called to bedside of her daughter Mrs Gastineau at Hyatsville x Mrs W M Rothwell visited her sis ter Mrs Virgil Gastineau Mrs Gas tineau is the proud mother of a fine boy He has been christianed Claud Mathew Obscurity lasts much longer than fame Only the unlearned man ever boasts of his learning Many a man thinks he is unlucky when he is merely a fool A compromise always costs less and is worth more than a lawsuit Every man is but ev ery man is liable to be slandered Women like to confess fections to those who them no man so ridiculous as the who tries to be unhappy and cant Whom the gods love die young The gods evidently dislike hoarding house V nan gave onewhose Garrardcounty the tun ate far- fetched sill many ginghams 100 at 4 cts 21 at 41 and 5 cts the notSlandered r Thereis l Beni dnood When wli r tie buy es contradict one chickens l liEDNA VISTA J E Scott sold to John Upton ono milk cow for 25 Mr Albert Skinner the sale of Mrs Skinners father near IIustonville last Thursday They report a good sale Mr J C Johnson and daughter Miss Mattie have gone to house their home here Rev A P Tones who has been in a meeting at Dry Ridge filled his pulpit here Sunday Miss Eliza Barnett after a visit to relatives and friends has returned to her sisters in Mercer county Albert Skinner bought of David Thompson near Lancaster several barrels corn at 225 Wm bought of Vanderpool near Bourne about 26 barrels at same price Born to the wife of John Dismukes on the 25th ult a 9lb boy Miss Mittie Dunn will begin a se lect school here next Monday Mr and Mrs Milton Poor are oer the birth oj a little son on the 25th ult Some of our boys seem to be taking the western fever Tom Askins left Friday for Indiana Allie Williams Monday for Illinois and Alfred and Delbert Skinner Tuesday for Polo Missouri As these boys go to better their fortunes in other States we wish them much success and extend a welcome to the old Kentucky home at any time Joe A Ross sold last week to John Ballard of Madison a nice lot bf shoats at 6c Corn is worth 8250 per barrel in this is very scarce Every man that wanted to work took the last week Several tobacco beds have been burned and sowed Wm Prathers children are about well after a severe spell of scarlet fe verMr E G Creech our big merchant is bringing in new goods rapidly of the very latest styles and fashions and is now ready to supply the wants of all Growing Church The Christian Church or Disciples of Christ number 1207377 in the Uni ted States a gain of 26836 during the past year The churches number 10 D57 or a gain over one year ago The ministers number 6477 few years this church has come to be one of the religious bodies of the country nor is that all Last year this people raised 62421400 for missions 825475300 for education for new church buildings 8550000 Ofi for 831000000 for incidental church expenses 76000000 for support of the ministers of the Church 365500000 or a grand total for all purposes of 86 19396800 These are certainlv inter esting figures The Foreign Christian Missionary Society of this people which does work in foreign lands only was not organ ized until 1875 Since that time it has raised and expended 192282500 It does work In Japan China India Africa Turkey England Norway Cuba Hawaii and Phillipine Islands The receipts last year were 17832300 An effort is be ing made with bright prospects of success to raise 20000000 this year The number of missionary workers employed by this society is 335 Last year 34 schools were supported in for eign lands with an attendance of 2000 and 13 hospitals and were conducted by nine medical missionaries and over 64000 patients were treated The number gathered into the Sundayschools is about 7000 Last year the converts on the mission fields in foreign lands rals ed over 3000000 for the work The time for the offering in all Churches for the great and 1m portant work is the first Sunday in March That is always a great day with this people It is a day to which the members look forward with great expectancy and joy The ministers preach their best sermons and the churches give most generously The congregation in this community is making preparation to join with Us sister churches throughout the world in one of the largest offerings which has ever been made to foreign missions We have no doubt that the here will give with its the agency of this Foreign Society a church has been planted in Manila in full view of Manila Bay the scene of Deweys wonderful naval A strong college has been plant ed in Tokio the capital of the empire of Japan and college Is now being planted in Nankin China Three new missionaries have just been sent out one to Japan and two to A number of others will go out during the year This church will plant a strong mission this year in the strange arid exclusive land of Tibet Indeed this will be the first religious body to take this bold step in that land Colds Are Dangerous How you hear it remarked only a cold and a fewdays later learn that the Is on his back with pneumonia This is of such common occurrence that a cold however slight should not be disregarded Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia Itcures and is pleasant to take Sold by all druggists im i 1 andMrs keeping- at assisting Christopher rejoicing hearty sectioncorn advantage beautifulweath- er IcustomersA Ina literature SwedenDenmark about dispensaries is about Christian congregation characteristic victory another often Its man ji I attended neat Congratulations 4U NINA comparatively Through China Chamberlain s always Ci f i 1 nnnzera of Pn nmonln A cold at this time if neglected Is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and oven when the pa tient has recovered lungs are weak ened making them peculiarly ible to the development of Foleys Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal and strenghen the lungs and prevents pneumonia CC JEStormes 1m If a man wants to get rid of his best girl he should take her skating and let icr slide La grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There is noth ing else just as good C C J E Stormes loi Many a man who forged his way to the front landed in the penitentiary- It Saved His Leg P A Danforth of La Grange Ga suffered six months with a running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wonnds and Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cts Sold by R E McRoberts 1m Women jump at conclusions and men try to reach them by reasoning Both they are good guessers Tradgedy Averted Justin the nick of time our little boy wassaved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in beside Doctors treated him but he grew worse At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know the only sure cure for coughs Colds and all Lung deseases Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m A phrenologist says that the bumps of a married mans head frequently indicate the possession of a strenuous wifeSome people are in mighty bad when alone If its a billions attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For sale by all druggists 1m There has never been a reduction in the wages of sin More Disturbances of strikeers are not nearly as grave as an individual disor der of the system Overwork loss sleep tension will be follow ed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all round medicine for run down system Itdispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c and guaranteed by McRoberts Ira The average woman has no use for a wise man unless he makes a fool of himself over her Again The many friends of John Blount will be pleased to learn that he has entirely recovered from his attack of rheumatism Chamberlains PainBalm cured him after the best doctors in the town Monon Ind had failed to give him relief The prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords is worth many times its cost For sale by all druggists 1m Machinery for One of the most uptodate thresh ing rigs in the country Practically good as new Consists of 10 h p Russell traction engine and separator selffeeder windstacker tank hose complete Also good log wagon just made and good spring wag on O W Potts t25tf Lancaster A Word to Farmers I desire focal 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 instruction than most any veterinary doctors book and will guide you ho n the approach and arrest in animals before it is too late Now it you are not fully informed as to the principal success to veterinary practice it will Pay to investigate Write me and I will send you a circular by return mail free of charge and make plain a way in can obtain a sure cure for your animals at a reasonable Will also many ques that may occur to you In de fence of this view of the nature of dis eases in animals forms a key by which I propose to unlock the mystery and it is based upon the platform that I have found a remedy which has in my hands and the hands of many others and will detect the of disease before it has fasten 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 T H and Leave 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 and as 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 Shingles Etc Call and get our prices 1242 T H veL 6 suscent consumption for frightful landif its company Riot of R E Sale and pump t detect diseases your you answer succeeded approach Free Coal Lee everyday nervous satisfaction Well whlch you Lions dressed Lumber Lee dC 5 X tones h J IMPLEMENTS Give us a trial A bargain for all I n Implements New up to date Every thing to Suit customers Before you buy Remember that Our purpose is to Save you money sum BROS Realizing the desire of the consumers to obtain at a reasonable price we recommend to you our NODOUBTJAVA to fill this want The style is fine the drink perfect Guarantee in Every Bespect Roasted by W F McLaughlin Co For sale only by CURREY DAVIDSON YOU DONT HAVE WEST But ifyou are thinking of domg 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 AJD 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 I I t I I I I I I I t i A Strictly PirstC1asx Colee I i J I Ir I TOGO N 13 For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to J W Hamil ton as a candidate for nomination for the office of Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party announce BEAZLEY DENTISTOffice over Dr Kinnalrda oppo site Presbyterian church Danville street WS ttIlm The National Bank OF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY Preildeit JOHN B STORMES Vice Prwt S C DENNY Cashier E T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex EL Denny A C Roblnton Jno E Stormes W H Kinnalrd LKWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fc o SURPLUS Jiowt B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNKT Asst Cashr C D Worm Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Robinson BF Hudson Arnold 0 J F Robinson Cashr Ii I r LewilY Leaved 11 Walker T I 1I 00000000000000 000000 1493 0 Asst M For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Improving the standard of your poultry is better than speculating in gold mines or oil stock because good poultry is sure to bring a profit Get new breeding stock for next season In New Haven Ky C H Rapier has sold 19 yearling sugar mules to Estes of Columbia Tennessee for 150 a pieceBy prepotency the power of the animal to stamp his progeny with characteristics- J W Smith of Mercer county re cently sold Cornish a pair of 3year old mules for He bought a pair of yearling mules for 190 With all stock the profitable line of productiveness is to maintain good health with early maturity- In Henry county James bought two coming threeyearold mules each 151 haffids high for 250 The time to sell a horse after he has been raised for market is whenever a good price is offered Aarons of Adair county bought 3 extra good mules in Monroe county for 46750 He also bought a four yearold mare mule from J C Dohoney of Adair Ky for 8150 Check the growth of an animal and you increase the amount of food neces sary to secure given results A turkey chicken and butter threatens Lexington and prices have gone skyward Dressed hens are retailing for 75c a piece while turkeys are selling pound This is the highest price ever paid for fowls in thehistory of Lexington The cost of production and the ex pense of marketing are the two great factor determining the cost of a crop The farmers who made from 50 to 100 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 over last years prices are offered Dr Robards of Lebanon sold to Jake Hugeley of Boyle two wean ling colts one by the other by Expedition Mr Huguely paid 500 for the two The nature of any kind of farm stock is largely determined by the feeding and are given the first year of its life W H Bennett near Ash Mo thinks the Chester Whites the most profitable hogs During the last 21 months he has sold 49785 from one sows pigs The same sow will farrow making her third litter in eleven months The hog that stands square on his feet should be chosen as a breeder in preference to a grunty weakkneed animal ismeant 275 G Sanford famine for 25c a J B Allerton and j nextmonth s For the husbands homecoming does not outlast the early mouths of marriage And this not because of lessening of affection but the wife finds the time for the evening meal come before she is ready for it She blames herself for her lack of energy but the truth is that her vitality is being reduced by unhealthy drains and the labor that Seemed so light a few months ago now taxes all her strength Women who feel and tired out will find new in the use ofDr Favorite establishes dries drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weaknessIn my strength and I was obliged to go to suffering with female also and inflammation writes Mrs Ellen D Rollin of Pierceville Ripley Co Ind but got tter another medicine sir weeks but got no better was quite discouraged My hus band me a Dr Fa vorite Prescription I began taking it and in two I was to do housework Took twelve bottles of Favorite Prescription also four of my strength and weigh twentyfive pounds more than ever Accept no substitute for Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription- Dr Pierces Common Sense Med ical Adviser in paper covers is sent free on receipt of 2 1 onecent to pay expense of mailing only Dr RV Pierce Buffalo r llt 1f H8fMG usually Pierces Prescription- It weakening out rs tried a physicians month no Tried Golden I I NY A because aI weaker Address An Iowa potato farmer says it pays him to grow potatoes a bushel The cost including seed land rent and all is between 20 and 25 an and the crop even at 25c averages him from 40 to 50 so that he doubles his moneyMr W Ray the wellknown horse man of Lexington sold to Mr Atley of Atlanta a fine team of bay show horses at the handsome figures of 2 000 This team will be seen in the rings of the southern horse shows this spring and summer During the winter on many farms the feeding and caring for the stock is the principal work done and it should be done well The canning companies have advanc ed 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 over those of last year Last year the grower made from 50 to 100 an acreA young animal should be made to secure bone and frame It can be after it has matured A sale of Duroc Jersey hogs was held at Lyons Neb last week by Manley Co at which an average of 7680 was made on 50 head It is claimed that this is the highest ever made for this breed at a sale Judge Hughes will make another to organize the Mercer tobacco growers Every one interested is requested to meet at the at Harrodsburg Monday next oclock Dont come to town and stand around on the cold cold ground HEMP FOR I have a limited amount of No i cultivated Hemp of late importation For prices and terms s apply to Banks Hudson 263m Lancaster Ky and catch the epizootic but go in the house and assist in protectingyour If any candidate was billed to speak you would buttons off your overcoat in working through the crowd to get a front seat DSaturday John Williams had hauled to Nicholasville twelve wagon loads of hemp seed and which he had sold to W L Steele Co some 325 per bushel They weighed up 1058 bushels according to Buck Knight and he received a check for 140950 Wilmore Times at25c acre percent fattened average public effort earnestly courthouse atone SEED- s strictly in- tereSts months ago for i Seeds SCROFULAI bequeath to children Scrofula with all its attendant horrors humiliation and suffering This is astrange legacy to leave to a heavy burden to place upon the shoulders of the This treacherous disease dwarfs the and Hinders the growth and development of the faculties and the and armpits catarrh of the head eyes and dreadful eruptions different of body show the parentageisvariedeymptoms Posteri weak presence of tubercular or scrofulous matter in the blood This dangerousstealthy disease entrenches itself in the system and attacks S S S combines both purifying and tonic properties and is guaranI and tissues destroys the red corpuscles ofthe resulting inthe bloodwhite anad teed vegetable the ideal inall affections It purifies the deteriorated blood makes it rich and and a complete and permanent cure is soon effected S S S improves and assimilation of food restores e lost properties to the blood and quickens the circulation bringing a healthyto skin to and emaciated Write us about your case and advise andhelp every possible to regale health on blood and THX SVECHTIC CO Atl t Ga and vigor our cheerfullyyon in way your SWII T r W K HOW TO USE A TELEPHONE c THE WRONG WAY THE RIGHT WAY in half Talk in natural voicelut SlionPlace inch oftransllliUer The Eiijoyiiieut How can anybody enjoy being Men do and so do women They surround themselves with an of gloom They hug to their breasts They make mountains out of molehills and there are tears and groans when there should be smiles What fools you have a cynic in your employ You can pick him out with your eyes shut lie has the blues from Monday mtrning till Satufday night He will tell you that he always gets the worst of it from everybody that his talent isnt recognized that his genius is wasted he isnt getting enough money that there is no future for a lot of tommyrot like that After that comes the stage Any man who broods over real or fan clad wrongs is dangerous Jle is not sane and he is also a mighty poor workman whether he is making hoe handles or counting money in a bank He deliberately destroys his own efflc iency and chance for success and all for the perilous and questionable hap piness of being miserable Itdoes not pay Clarence Thurston son of the exSenator got into a mess of that kind He lost a little money and brooded until the world was peopled with demons whose only mission on earth was to annoy him He couldnt see why Andrew Carnegie and John D Rockefeller should be rolling in wealth and Clarence almost penniless Yes it was a hard world so bad filled with injustice that it was worth while to leave it So Clarence in his room in St Louis plugged up the keyhole and crevices in the door with paper wads turned on the gas and prepared to shuffle off He didnt make out because some body kicked in the door summoned doctors who handled the young man rudely and restored him to his senses With the shock came the knowledge that it is good to live that life is worth while always and that the who refuses to hunt for worries who tries to be of use can seldom find existence monotonous Young Thurston now wants to live to a ripe old age So thould all of us brood Fight worry every time it es its ugly head Dont lose confidence Keep the fire of hope burning in breast and you cant be miserable long There is always a tomorrow ahead Perhaps it will bear more fruit than it did today Some Thoughts About Dad We happened in a home the other night and over the parlor door saW the legend worked in letters of red What is Home Without a Mother Across the room was another brief Bless our Home Now whats the matter with God Bless Our Dad He gets up early lights the fire boils an egg grabs his dinner pall and wipes off the dew of the dawn with his boots while many a mother is sleeping He makes the weekly handout for the butcher the the milkman and baker and his little pileis badly worn before he has ben home an hour He stands off the and keeps the rent paid up It there is a noise during the night dad is kicked in the back and made to go down stairs to find the burglar and kill him Mother darns the socksbut dad bought the socks in the first place and the needles and the yarn after ward Mother does up the fruit well dad bought it all and jars and sugar cost like the mischief Dad buys chickens for the Sunday them himself and draws necks from the ruins after everyone else is served What is without a mother but what is home without a father to it is a boarding house father is under a slab and the landlady is Dad heres to you youve got your faults 3 k r of miserable atmosphere Trouble Perhaps that himand brood log person 1 God groce bailiff widow 3ltorry ands Don tai you the home Ten chances one the t a v y- U s eS w u i you may have lots of em but youre all right and they will miss you when youre gone ICKAI IT TIIKOUP1I Twould Spoil This glory to Tell It In the Headlines To use an eighteeth century phrase this is an oer true tale Having happened in a small Virginia town in the winter of 1902 it is a story very much of the present Up to a short time ago Mrs John E Harmon of Mel fa Station Va had no personal know ledge of the rare curative properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last January she says my baby took a dreadful cold and at one time I feared she would have pneumonia but one of my neighbors told me how this remedy had cured her little boy and began giving it to my baby at once and it soon cured her I heartily thank Ute manfacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for placing so great a cure within my reach I cannot it too highly or say too much in its favor I hope alLwho read this will try it and be convinced as I was For sale by all druggists 1m PUBLIC SALE I will sell to the highest bidder on Wednesday March llth 1903 at my farm three and a half miles from on the Buckeye pike the property towit Seven head of No 1 standard bred mares and horses three of them extra good gentle and very fast one of them 4 one 0 and the other 7 years old Two good work mares 7 years old each in foal to Burtons horse one of them standard bred and subject to register Also 2 horse colts one two and the other three years old both good colts and well broke Sixty and 55 lambs in good shape One one milk cow will soon be fresh third calf Also about 200 barrels of shucked corn in crib one rick good timothy hay Also farming utensils consisting of one two horse wagon one new two horse corn planter two disc harrows one Kalamazoo harrow two mowers seven or eight plows one grain hay rake one rockaway one bug gFi two sets buggy harness wagon and gear Also household and furniture and other articles too numerous to mention Sale begins at 10 oclock Terms made known on day of sale W T King Auctioneer MARY A SPARKS TH E DEMOCRAT Is the only dally paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Tears It la especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all hews without fear or favor Walton Editor Lexington Zy recommend Lancaster following broodmares No plow kitchen Democratic W P Pror 1 I e t tvi drone the yrT n T s Y th 11 Lancaster Lode 104 Stated meetings second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally in vited to sit with us R KINNAIKD Secretary Louis LANDKAIU Music Turnpike Notice The individual stockholders of the Dix River and Lancaster Turnpike Road Company are entitled to Turin er prorata of 82G7 two and sixty seven one hundredth dollars share on their stock in said which is a final distribution shareholders will present their certifi cates of stock on or after February to the undersigned and receive their prorata Done by order of the Board of Directors Jany 20 1903 JNO W MIILEU President and Treasurer of the Dix River arid Lan caster Turnpike Road Co Public Sale I will on THURSDAY MAR 12 03 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 shoats 1 boar 0 yearling cattle G calves self binder mowing machine cutting smoothing harrow grain drill corn drill roller cider mill seed sow er 2 horse wagon harness and other implements 3 barrels of apple vine gar 1 new buggy phaeton meat lard household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 1 oclock p in Terms made known on day of sale JAMES H HILLS Bryantsville Ky NOTICE All persons having claims against the late Kiinuie B Anderson are notified to prove them according to law and file them with me or my attorney W I Williams of Lan caster Ky on or before April 1st 100X All persons indebted to the said Anderson are hereby noti lied to settle at once with time This Feb 25th 1D03 Jno M Orand Exe Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Conueticut Gorman American rhenix of JJrooIdjn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it A Perfect For All Throat apt Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free DISEASES the most fatal of all dis KIDNEY GUAM a rULLI 0 Guaranteed Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and JOO Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH Number 1 dally no stop 1115 am Number 3Hlftnit On Flag Number 5 Dally 11 07 um Number 9 Dally except Sunday 7 35 pm NORTH BOUND Number 2 when flagged Number 4 Dally Does Not Stop Number 6 Daily Stop l30pm Number 10 except Sunday um Number 4 does not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 31 am you Are Going North If You Are Going South You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUKCKASe TICKETS VIA TIlE ril W every t 1903 harrow hereby latelydeceased HIKINNAIH INSURANCE Followin Aetna Lift Ins Go gf HartfordGouD Drs King9s New w ry For Price g iUj and sac IG KIDNEY are eases Is BOUND 9 pm 415 pm II If A htIY AlI 2t i annie h t11110 resell lit dale l a OY4IISIPTFO ll I S LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE H R AND 8O8Ctw The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates L It a s j is past clue and I MUST have what you owe me ifQ TT iS i sPMT The Fox Studio We use ALL lODERSIMPROTEBEim and guarantee jjsiiittJJ3 We are in LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY II r f a Ie et 7t i l 7 r I I Ii P 2 11 1 I Ij r The Fox rOO O r Your a6count fr r L 1W1 I t St A M BOURNE a AUCTIONEER Offers his servi ces to the of this terirorv pe pIe Perfect Satisfaction juaraiitucd Leave word at the CKXTUAI RECORD ollice or address me at Lancaster WTKING Auctioneer I my services to those need iug work in this line Satisfac Lion in every respect Charges reasonable Leave at Record orifice or address me at Buena Vista Ky Geo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a Typewriting at reasonable rates Office at L L Walkers of fire Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Vines Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and general cat aloguc on request Both phones H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTCN KY NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Isaac Baughman deceas cd will present same properly verified and proven to me or my attorney GI Swlnebroad all persons knowing indebted to said estate will please settle at once J A fienzley it Admr For Richmond Winchester Losing No10 J ton Frankfort Ijoulsrillu Cynthia Sal AM nu Carlisle I Ington Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction lion Louisville Crab Vernon Livingston London Cor bin JliddlesLoro etc No22 Forltiehmoud and intermediate sta 2rOlJl dour For Stanford and way stations 8SWPM j Trams run dally except Sunday Above is IBAVISO time 10 11 stop at all when lagged CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway TImein efct Janyl ISO LYLouUville 830am 600pm Ixjxl IRtnn 1120am 845am Winchester llf7 am MtSterlliiK 1225 nli 943pm 047 am 339pm 1015 m 707pm 100pm 915pm LvNewVork 75oam 455pi Philadelphia 1020am 7 31pm 2 OOptn 11 n 4 10pm 550am 212pm Winchester 70 ain 4 SSpm B 2Jam 74oam 520pm 700am 300p ArLtiulsville lOGflam YorkDAILYFor car reservations Informatioc write or telephone GEOWBARNETiDpi LEXINGTON KY I S t orders specialty BtUE GRA rUR ERIE I themselves Trains Time I Lease ID in effect Nov CO J ftc1010 AI t Non So sta- tIons Aft CAJCtTtJSTATIONS I 815aml5iOpm It 91Spm u I It W COCND STATIONS S Wpm or alter guaranteed t 1 I rite Lancaster arts Noa uT Arlfashis ton Philadelphia Rton t nm e c a m The Markets CATTLE Choice to prime shipping steers Medium to good shipping steers Choice hatchet steers Medium to good butchers Common to medium butchers Hood to choler feeders Common to medium reader Good to extra stock steers Common to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heifers Common to medium stock holler Plain light mixed stockers Medium to good Choice veal Common to medium calves HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 list Medium packers 160 to 200 Ibs Choice tight ship 120 to ICO Ibs Choice pigs 96 to 120 Ibs Good pig 1 SO 1 A 25 M 50 4 00 4 i 3 DO U si 3 OC 3 Q 4 CO 4 o 3 SO 2 7o 3 4 10 2 25 2 Ki 2 o6 3 10 5 dOC9 C CO 1 75 5 50 SHERI AND LAJ1I1S Good to extra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium Bucks Kxtra shipping Iambi Common Umb That Smooth 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 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T L GAN Agent Kenuck The undersigned hereby give to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all offenders to the fullest extent of the law- S F Embry Price Bros Ed B Price Jjorge Lea Dave Thompson AV S Ferguson Henry CoX 31 Orand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M JIahan Mrs 2sT Anderson R A Beazley Win Lear West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Root Gulley Mrs JIIansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas R Henry Mrs PD Gill W A Burton IlemphillWalden J C Ilemphill T M IS cram MHV Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad Rate of McKillip Veterinary College of Ills Special attention to Veterinary and al so canine practice Residence anifice cor 1st and Broadway Tel 33- 7DAJTVILZB KENTUCKY FAVORITE f rOC 9 O 25 2 OJ 3 2 bull calves j 10 f 50 C 2 50 to 90Ib3 iO r 50 3 2 O 10 1 iu i2 O 00 burgher lamhg tall iOJ S I 53 Lncaster warning prosecute N Clay Sutton T L Broaddus Alex I 1 fJt W f LOI IVILLE Kr itch 1 ru 7 st 3 I C0 I 5 7 l 550- longha liOto500lhs v 3 75 5 sad 5 75- rkst 500 3l0 t LAUNDRY t C ell i t 1 i t k IE1CES RESCRIPTION FOR WEAfKWOMEN 1- s