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ENTBAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 13 1903 t THETHIRTEESTH NUIO BIO f rasa I American NO 20 ChilledPlows Wood Beam Steel Beam These plows are plow as well as any No 20 plow Satisfaction Guaran teed o r money refunded HASELDEN 656 P150 to J R guaranteed gx xS s SSxSxSx 4 I All Around Th Town i s 000PJOJ00 J The fish liars after hugging the store stoves all winter are beginning to get their tackle in shape The loafer very much in evidence The room is well tilled every day The streets were never in such mis erable condition The Council is out metal for them but it take many loads to fill the chugholes and make thostreets what they should be Poisoned Sam McMillin young butcher ate some candy Saturday which came near costing his life A poison had gotten into it which made him deathly sick and it took a couple of doctors to bring him around The Council continues its efforts to suppress the tigers Help them en force the law Some of the sorry white people are pretty sore about the Council rub bering into their Chute joys Let the Chutists kick Eld W B Baker of Glasgow preaclir ed two excellent sermons at the Chris tian church Sunday As there is a probability his being called to this church he was given the closest atten tion and we have heard many compli ments on his discourses The run of oil produced at Somerset and Barbourville during the month of February was 21500 barrels The Som erset Journal says that the oil men on the Cumberland are interesting in the effort to procure aid from the government for the improvement of the Cumberland river They advantage that will accrue to the producer if water transportation could be established upon the upper with tank boats and a refine ry along the river No Stock We have received several communi cations asking if Lancaster would have a stock fair this summer No verily no A stock fair in Lancaster means a down pour of water equal to the Johnstown flood Stock fairs are about a thing of the past unless a midway is tacked on so the old bald heads have something to come to Then again those gentlemen who have enough public enterprise to go into such a venture lost out on tile last two held and very wisely want to let it alone w courthouse is getting the time The Alll Room seethe Cumberland somewhere I clever some themselves Fair 1 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 mat tings you must them and learn the prices to fully appre date 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 leave our doors dissatisfied So come in and see beautiful and learn our Carpets A D Mattings anyone N see our line prices S TLOGAN DRY GOODSCO Will Have Sale Rev Allen R Moore will of his household effects and a lot of other property at 130 oclk next Saturday Some nice articles arc offered Sale of Property J W Miller and West have bought the old Franklin Institute lot from Mrs Fox and we understand will divide it making each of their yards larger The price was 000 The Odd Fellows lodge room has been papered and painted car pet put down and now is second to none in the state The lodge is in a llourishingcondition Jai crs wanted A gentleman wants six copies of The Records issue of Feb 27th and will pay ten cents a copy for same Leave at this office New Policeman William West has been sworn in as night policeman and deputy to Big Injun Eothwell and assumed his ties Saturday Mr West is a sober discreet man who will do his duty and play no favorites Farewell Sermon Bro A R Moore will prsach his farewell sermon next Sunday At the morning service his subject will be My Church evening subject Love Abiding No minister ever made more friends in Lancaster and a large congregation will hear him Honor for Capt Holy Our good friend Capt J A Doty received notice of his appointment as a Major on Col Bennett II Youngs staff in the United Confederate Vet rans Association Col Young could not have found a better man or truer gentleman for the place Stock Col Billy Burton one of the best traders in Kentucky and a very one had on his selling clothes last week and disposed of the follow ing animals To Stone Shobert of Versailles three geldings for S610 to T B Walker pair of mules at 300 to Forrest Stapp pair mules at 8190 Sutton of Bryantsville pair of mules at 8170 OustnckB Change at Paint Lick The firm of R L Jennings Co at Paint Lick has been dissolved Mr Sam Joseph retiring The stock will be sold out at cost and when this is completed Mr Jennings will purchase a new stock and continue the business at the old stand The old firm has been very successful as two more popular young men would be hard to find See their big display ad in this issue Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard Court convened Monday morning with Ills Honor M C Saufley presi ding The grand jury was soon Select and Judge Saufley gave about the usual instructions He urged them to ignore the many little 2x4 cases which come before many grand juries and where a police court could try offend ers or the county judge could handle the case to send the matter to them and not put the state to so much ex pense keeping men in jail for many months for trial when the case could easily be disposed of by the county judge or the police court He touched up the tigers and other devilment and told the jury to weigh carefully all evidence before returning an in dictment never finding one unless each man was satisfied he would be for conviction were the case before him for final trial Judge Saufley is looking remarkably well and his legion of friends were glad to learn that his health is good The follow the juries GRAND JURY T MJohnsonForm J S Johnson A B Brown W J Romans- J Sam Preston- J S Napier Ben Raton J T Leavell Joy FaulconerSr B Henry JURY George Grow F Stone J C Robinson J N Hulett Frank Folger I N Myers Ebb Cook S H Yea3er G T Higginbotham John C Doty George V Evans Dave Thompson S H Anderson MD Hughes Miller R L Burton Peter Howe Dud Lawson John W Royston Jim Wood J G Burnside TB Robinson Becker Jack Johnson was given two years In the penitentiary for stealing a William Carpenter got one year for stealing a hog Herndon Burnside Huck the colored fiddler got one year in the pen for stabbing Frank Arnold The indictment against John Slier for killing Dr quashed in the circuit court Monday and the case referred back to the This was upon a It charged Siler with manslaughter A u Indictment of this character must voluntary or Involuntary and as this one contained neither it was dared null and thecase sentback to the present grand Jury OV V I I have a sale personal W T duo Sales Circuit d B Ray W K Lawson J II Dunn H C C C steer Poyntzwas I anew popular C and- o PETIT done technicality say deg r- r s 7 T All of the members are urged to the meeting Saturday at 3 oclock sharp Important business to This society will hold a very impor tant meeting uext Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock with Mrs Walter Beazley It is very important that all members be present A surprise in store A number of farmers will plant what is called the Second seed potato This article produces so well has been introduced here within the last two years many them much better than northern stock It Can Jbo Done Stanford Democrat Lawlessness in Kentucky has put the preachers to preaching Its all stuff to say it has been tried and no evidence can be obtained Its as foolish as to say blind tigers cant be killed deader than a mackerel if the people deter mine to do so like they have in Fruit Injured H F Hillenmeyer the well known Lexington nurseryman says that peaches in the low lands have been pretty generally killed and that those on high ground have been seriously injured He said that there would be almost no no peach crop in the state Japanese plums are also killed while the American and European varieties are only slightly injured The apple anq grape crops are uninjured and there was never better prospects for strawberries and berries of all kinds Town Tax Reduced It will be good news to the town to learn that the City Council has reduced the levy from 75 cents to 50 cents Had it not been to spend n vast sum on the streets the reduction would have been larger but the Council very wisely sees that the streets must be worked on and will put all of them in firstclass condition The citys affairs never in better shape than at present and the people should congratulate themselves on having a Council composed of business men who while not too stingy and mean to have improvements watch the public funds as carefully as if managing their own private affairs About Streets As it has been frequently Suggested that the Public Square and other streets be covered with what is known as screenings The Record will say that its exchanges from several towns that have tried it say the plan is a miserable failure Its true the stuff makes a pretty and good street but in winter after a rainthe waterseeps in and freezes This causes it to break into large cakes crumble badly and make a worse mess than the oldfash ioned dirt road Then again rock broken by a crusher is frequently of a very soft quality which grinds Into dust which makes a mud that stick eth closer than a brother By all means let the screenings alone profit by the experience of towns that have tried it Get the oldtime rockif you want serviceable streets Then put a little license on the wagons that are chopping them up every day A Good Investment If some fellow had the money to buy up the many farms now being sold by people who have determined to move West and get rich he could by them a year or so get a good profit on his investment and that too by selling them back to the same parties who are now selling out and moving away There is not one In ten who go West but who come back to good old Kentucky and often times poorer by the experience While its true that a man seldom gets rich here in Kentucky yet it is beyond all ques tion the best place to live on Gods footstool For genuine happiness good health and solid enjoyment the old state cannot be beaten Its true money dont grow on trees but if you make a decent living what more should you want They all come back o Ole Kaintuck and are willing to give their last penny for a few feet of Garrard county soil Nothing Done Quite number of prominent of this judicial district appeared before the state committee which met in Mt Sterling Saturday and took up the circuit Judge and common wealths attorney muddle The Cour ier Journals report of the matter says the was called Judge Saufley in a speech of a half hour Judge Saufley was represented by C C Fox of Danville and W G Welch of Stan of Harrodsbnrg The two contestants were accompanied by a number of their friends from the Judicial district Mr Gaither spoke Mr Bell each side contending that it represented the regular convention In the midst of the arguments the commitee men began looking at their watches and showed a restlessness to catch 410 p m O and O westbound train A motion to adjonrn to meet In Louis ville subject to the call of the was made by Mr Garnett and was turned The members quickly dter persed and the hearing of the case next ten days or two weeks WC T U beat transact The tld which Lancaster necessar were the Ladle finding taxpayers holding democrats case opening byEfor chairman will be resumed within the 4 100 barrel uptodate flour mill for rent In perfect condition and is situated in Lancaster near depot Terms reasonable Address Minor Son 312 W Jefferson St Louisville I am prepared to do plain and fancy sewing of all kinds Nothing but the best work done and satisfaction guar anteed Mrs T J Hatcher tf Johnson Case Reversed The W M Johnson case which at tracted wide attention a few years ago has been reversed by the Court of Ap peals Johnson resided in this county and was agent for several insurance companies He took out several un usually large policies on his life lIe died suddenly and some of the compa nies compromised some resisted and were sued He held a policy in the New York Life for 50000 and the company refused to pay claiming he had dropped the policy or had been rejected Judgment given against the company in the lower court and last week the court of appeals reversed the decision The opinion was not published and we do not know the grounds of the reversal Johnson was buried in the Lancaster Cemetery and several days thereafter his body was exhumed and examination made by several expert physicians The case attracted much attention and has been published in the insurance pa pers all over the country About the Well A company which been boring for water sent a representative to this city Monday and a long confab was held with the City Council The com pany has gone down about 1030 feet and claims to have spent 1600 on the job The Council recently paid the company 500 and this was returned to the city Monday The company says it intends to continue the work and find water and there is some talk of putting down wells at other points in town If water can be found in this way it should be done as it will save the city many dollars but stepsshould be taken to push the work and get wa ter as quickly as possible The people know the need of water and have vo ted practically unanimously for water so the matter should be pushed The Record believes the Council has acted wisely in drilling for if water can be found this way it means a big saving but if it is necessary to go to the river possibly enough capitalists can be in duced to put a little of their money at home and take enough stock to the necessary amount over that which can be raised by taxation No sign of water has ever been found in inthis 1030 foot hole which been dug notwithstanding the many re ports to the contrary published in oth er papers Look at yellow label on this paper J S was has I has C makeup Arrested Cliolso n J B Parker known as Big Jim Parker the colored man who captured the assassin of McKinley has been en gaged to lecture at the court house in this city Thursday night the 19th Admission 15c Special seats for white people Parker is well educated and gives a good talk A Saloon Town Harrodsburg is the al most unanimous opinion that there was more drunkenness in town Mon day than ever before witnessed in one day except on Bloody Monday seven years ago We are told that in the afternoon in an hours time there were seven arrests Glad Salvation Free In his sermon Sunday a Stanford preacher said he had a picture that he would like to hang up in his church It represents turtles in large numbers with necks outstretched listening to a sermon The preacher calls for a collection then every neck is hastily drawn in under a shell and the turtles skeedaddle to water The contribu tion basket ornamented with beads and ribbon is of beauty but not a joy IN UNCLE TOMS CABIN Figured This Old Colored Man Who Died Last Week Near 1 Norman Kennedy an old colored dwarf who was wellknown in this section of Kentucky died at his home near Lowell this county last week Uncle Norman had reached the re markable age of 111 years He was only about three feet six inches tall and was a remarkable character He originally belonged to Gen ThosKen nedy who was Garrard countys first representative in the state legislature Gen Kennedy was a prominent and wealthy man owning at one time 10 000 acres of land in this county Upon this farm Mrs Harriett BeecherStowe laid the scene of her famous book Uncle Toms Cabin which stirred the country from end to end and Norman claimed to have figured in the book When we last saw him some six months ago he spoke of this and was so fully conversant with the facts etc that there is no doubt but what he was telling the truth He spent the latter days of his life as a family servant for the Argo family in the upper part of this county and highly thought of by all who knew him He was honorable in way strictly honest and sober and had a contempt for wrong of any character He furnished much material for space writers in the daily papers and has been written up by the leading papers all over the country Many columns of interesting matter could be about this unique character Argo was born in Eastern Tennes HeraldIt was a thIng foreverDemocrat Lancaster Uncle every written I see about the year 1796 just when or where he does not know While still an infant Argos mother left him to sun upon a refuse heap below an opeu kitchen window and a careless scul lion failing to see the halfnaked child pouted a kettle of steaming water out upon his back and this the doctors say has stunted his growth so that today he is but three feet six inches in height Soon after this accident Argo and his mother were a cow with her calf he put a farmer on Sugar Creek and by him resold to Martin Turner of Crab Orchard Ky who in turn vended this piece of hu man merchandise to General Kennedy for 300 Argo although with Mrs Stowe knew several of the characters of Uncle TomsCabin and claims that the marriage of Eliza to George Harris was solemnized in a cabin next his own Asked in the Underground Railway he said that he never heard of it in that vicin ity that the L N road from Rich mond Ky to Point Leavell was the only railroad thereabouts and he never heard of an escape by means of it but he remarked that there is a cave three quarters of a mile from Lancaster which a man might ride a horse S Hopkinson Smith to the contraay notwithstanding Argos description of Little Eva a resident by the way of Paint Lick tallies wonderfully with the picture drawn by Mrs Stowe soldIlke Itto unacquainted regard- to into FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity I COJABEAZLEY We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law A 6 Life insurance policies bought for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 2 0 0 0 0 Merchant Tailoring Suits to measure from 850 to 50 From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guaran teed A 1 L U JA N o f I r C H or Tae one j 10 tfo tlt f 1 j 1 1 M price clothier ij U ij II ij U U ij U fl U ij iJ Im iJ I J i CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Pod Office in Lancaster ITyo SecondClot ilail Matter Lancaster Ky March 13 1903 President Roosevelt has succeeded in exciting the whole South By ostensible attempts to bridge chasm which separates the whites there he has only widened it says an exchange You are sadly when you say the South is The people here simply pay no attention to this pollyrot but go about their business making Mr Coon stay in his place and trusting that Teddy will stay in his Theres no danger of social equality in this neck o the woods Any respectable colored man enjoys all the liberties he wants and more than that he is but tnose coons who get too previous are sometimes called down or strung up and the better element of their race approves of The down here are too busy trying to make an honest living to bother abou Ted and Rastus The greatest beautifiers are and a cheerful disposition Most can obtain the first ingredi ent but the second is far more The most disgusting is a man who has twisted around until he gets a little 2x4 position then turns fool and tries to show his im portance by snapping and every thing and every body We believe that one man who behaves himself is gun who ever held roads and it makes us sad to see people toadying to any wiseacre who is draw ing a salary of possibly 2 a week and his washing We see such disagreea ble people frequently and walk around a block rather than be forced into their company If you cant oe pleasant and agreeable get off the earth for you are a thorn in the side of asuffering public About twice a week we receive our Lexington papers on time none will come for two or three days then an immense bundle of them will come rolling into our exchange basket Of course theres no time in a country office to read such a pile of so we are forced to miss the things printed by the three dailies of the Blue Grass and all on account of an abomina bie mail connection at Junction City It is seldom passengers get their trains at tbis point while the mail ser vice is simply rotten The different Lexington papers could get good lists here if the people had any assurance of getting their papers The Enquirers come that way consequently few of them are here Our last Sundays Enquirer reached us Tuesday afternoon If any one tells you theres good luck in having a horse shoe over the door please tell them that the editor of The Record says it is a lie out of whole cloth Desiring to increase of flee receipts from the usual sum of u IEJ IEILL71 blacks mistaken excited satisfied it people occupation anyone important creature snarling- at just agood as any sonofa a cross position Frequently I Cap- Ital andI hi th an papers ustling Cincinnati thirty cents a week we found and and nailed over our door a large horse shoe weighing a pound or more That day we collected seventyfive but the customer in his rush to get out broke the In trying to fix it we shook the wall too much and down came Mr Horseshoe onto the top of our defenseless head so in less than a minute a knot as large as a goose egg stood out to mark the where good luck had struck man who advised us about the may have some more good luck coming to him but it will not be through any prayer of ours Kentucky now has enough money in her jeans to pay off every cent of in debtedness and have almost left to build a decent capitol makes it pretty certain that the next General Assembly will take steps to erect the building but the usual tion of removal will come up Now the time to settle the question by smoking out all the candidates for the legislature and if they are not ly in favor of removing the seat of government to Lexington where it properly belongs snow them under with your votes Dont elect a who is willing to put state buildings down in the hole where toe present old rattraps stand Machinery is to take the place of skilled in all the great glass works hun dreds of skilled laborers out of em As glass blowers have from practice immense lungs they should either go to editing political papers or become prize lighters Their blowing qualifications would fill the bill exactly Senator McCreary was given a rous ing ovation when sworn in last week The senator is one of the best posted public men in the United States and is senatorial timber every inch He is a man who commands the respect of all hand will do as he did in the Lower House make a record of which his constituents will be proud Uncle Sam has just paid this state the enormous sum of 132399935 an old war claim Now Kentucky is like unto the festive boy who stands with five cents in a candy know what to buy The people want new decent public buildings but what the politicians will do with it remains to be seen Its safe to say they will do aplenty A St L once jury awarded a 15000 damages for the loss of beauty It a St Louis pos sessed any beauty at all it was rare enough to be worth that sum Wireless telegraphy has arrived but wireless bustle is yet behind Dont Allen It Saved Hi Leg P A Danforth of La Grange Ga suffered for six months with a on his leg but writes ttiatBucklens Arnica Salvo wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wonnds and Tiles its the best salve In the world Cure guaranteed Only Sold by R E McRoberts 1m aL door knob spots Thee shoe- d storedont certainly frightful r 25 ets s 1lJIJ u cent shoo Th que ma glassblowers throwing plo ment he woman t sore t Cemetery WorkThose desiring tq erectxwmorials in tKe Spring should place orders npw an thus be sure of prompt delivery can furnish you any thin frm a A Handsome Granite Monument travelers expenses lie Bounty Marble Works ll i W tSKarke to i J J t jl II it iIi iUIW 1t t rriP their Patearras TLIXFOSD 1TZ ZT t i Infant child of Air and Mrs Yard Evins died Sunday Mr C ai Jenkins was in Harrodoburg last Monday on business Mr Ike Dunn and wife are visiting the family of Mr D Gulley Mrs James Hills entertained a of her last Thursday Miss Eliza Ison visited her sister Mrs Will Dickerson of McCreary Miss Carrie Boulden will entertain the flinch club next Friday night Mrs Hayden died of paralysis at the home of her daughter Mrs Ike Dunn Mr Ike Dunn Jr started for the mountains today to buy timber for hemp brakes Misses Carrie and Addle Arnold were the guest of Mr J B Leavell and Sunday Mr and Mrs W L Glass visited the family of W E Combs Saturday and Sunday Mrs Glass will remain sever al days Miss Bessie Bolton who has been at tending Caldwell College came home last Sunday and is now confined to her room with mumps Dr J H Durham has rented Mr R Ballard residence and will take posses in a few days They kindly ask the citizens of there patronage Mrs C J Armstrong is in Louisville buying spring and summer millinery She will continue business at this place this season Miss Clara Bennett will be with her as a trimmer BUCKEYE Corn is selling at 3 Lindsey Ray sold a fat cow for 3 cts per Alex Walker sold a sorrel mare to John Suel ton 70 Lewis Ray sold a black horse to parties for 115 Lindsey Ray bought a bunch of shoats at 375 per head Jasper Bogie of Stony Point was here last week to see home folks Harrison Ray sold to Mr Jones of Lancaster a buggy horse for 50 Mrs Mike Ray visited her daughter Mrs J T Hardin near Lancaster last J M Bruce filled his regular an pointment place Saturday and sold to William Simp son 7 shoats weighing about 100 Ibs at Gets per lb Hattie Jones entertained Oscar Helton and Miss Ora Hendren Saturday and The basket supper at Teatersville school house was a great success Pro ceeds for school library Cora Long and Bessie Schoo- ln er of Madison visited the brother Mr Robert Long this week The ladies of the Baptist church have formed a working society which will meet each week Their purpose is to buy a new carpet and fix up the interior of the cliurcq All ladies of the church are requested to be McCREARY Will Bradshaw of Indianapolis is with home folk Mr John Forbes bought three shoats from II Gulley at 7c Oris Wearen lelt last week to make his home in the west Miss Pattie Nayfor visited Miss Flonnie Koalrine last week John Kelley who has been in St Louis for the past two months is home againRev J M Bruce stopped with the family of Gat Sutton on his way to Buckeye Misses Mary and Lizzie Askins and Miss Carrie Brown are visiting Mrs John Askins Mrs Alice Ray John Hardin Claud and Charlie Saddler visited Mr and Mrs J T Hardin last Saturday Rev A R Moore filed his regular appointment at Antioch last Sunday and preached his farewell sermon and news reached here this morning He was a son of Mr Ben Ham of this place and had been a soldier in the Philippine Islands for more than a year SWEENEY I George Kincaid sold his tobacco for 5c round Born to the wife of E Cox a ten pound boy Ben Oaks bought of Haze Anderson a sow for 15 J Marsee was seriously hurt by a log falling on him E Cox bought 18 calves af Richmond for 816 per head Miss Mary Anderson visited Mrs J Marsee this week Tiff Stevens bought a horse from Anse Anderson for 10 Millard Johnson sold 21 shoats to James Anderson for 835r Mrs Gid Rothwell of Preachereville called Saturday to the bedside of her daughter Mrs E Cox t A small crowd attended the sale of Mrs Gregory StOCK sold reasonable the grass land rented for S3 per acre or Inflamed Yeild quickly to the wonderful and healing qualities Honey and Tar It and consumption from a hard cold settled on the lungs C C J5 r s UI LTK ULf I Saturday Din m ill m Richmond weekRev atthis SundayIs isMiss Sunday- i present lit upr waS j tori lID 0 1 number friends pounds M Misses former r Barr Lunge curative of Foleys prevents pneumonia p George Duncan is uu the sick list Timothy Ford had a nice mare to die last week Mcsdatues Scott and Vanvcrpool are very ill with ucipp R Vanderpool sold a horse to Mr Clinch Preston at J5 Miss A E Scott is teaching the spring school at Bourne Dennie Scott bought some corn from Ed Grow at per bbl Miss Mojlie Crawford is with her brother John Crawford at Lexing tonH D Scott of Boston guest of his grand mother Mrs E F ScottRussell Vanderpool our hustling merchant is confined to his room with mumpsJohn Montgomery and family of Pulaski are with his mother Mrs L Montgomery Richard Martin of Danville spent Saturday night and Sunday with lilt aunt Mrs Sarah Duncan Messrs Oliver Rue and Dillard Brum field of Jessamine were the guests of Mr Harve Dean last Monday night The infant of Mr and Mrs Luther Humphrey was interred in Mt cemetery on Sunday afternoon March 1 Charles Oxford of Virginia arrived here last Friday and will make his home for some time much to the pleasure of one young damsel BEDNA VISTA W T to Richard Wood one horse for 50 Mrs Margaret Robinson is still con fined to her bed Miss Lillian Duncan is the guest of Miss Etta Duncan Albert Back sold to George one 3yearold horse for S75 Mrs W T King and daughter were in Lancaster shopping last Tnursday Misses Mary and Elizabeth Askins are visiting their brother at McUrea ryMrs J E Scott and son have returned a visit to relatives in Fayette countyP Terrill bought of Mr White house at IIarrodsburg last week one butcher cow for 27 A farm containing 353 acres to Spencer of Mercer was sold last week for 10000 The three months old infant of Mrs V S Evans died Sunday morning of pneumonia The whooping cough is still Its latest victim is thought to be Mr Steven Ison aged 77 John Daugherty and little son joined her husband in Lexington last week where they will make their fu ture home Mrs Gaffney and baby were buried Olivet last week Mrs G was a Miss Poynter and had not been married two years Charles Robinson who left here last fall to engage in business with his brotherinlaw in Versailles was here visiting relatives last week He business fair Colds Are How often you hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is of such common occurrence that a cold however slight should not be disregarded Chamber lains Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency toward pneumonia It al ways cures and is pleasant to take Sold by all druggists im A man is seldom as smart or as fool ish as his wife thinks he is Pneumonia Follow a Cold but never 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 Thresher For Sale Complete GuarScott outfit of 13horse power engine 30x50 Separator with 25 feet swinging stack and Glendale bagger 150 feet 7in four ply drive belt and reel tor same This engine has been used about 100 and the separator about 40 days Will sell on time with good note Leslie T Bradshaw 2274t x or Sale 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 2274t Flower seed in bulk Sweet 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 iBvcstment It the right patty wants to invest in a good paying general store in a thriving Garrard county arid MEANS BUSINESS he should call at this office It will 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 boar snoat weight about 90 pounds Left my stable last m nth Wm Liveryman ni6tf Hemp ground for at The Record office i1 225 Is the Klng old Johnson sour belong- Ing exist- Ing at lIt reports I Dangerous consisting Peas- c re- qUIre LostRed oJ IEliisCl Ky Heb- ron thl N- and Mrs follows days situated village Ward rent Apply r Two gold at Thompson lobe 35 ct Old paper for sale tf Lenny Miller Tluconn oflic Gold fish fish globes shell fish food arid etc just rccicvcd at Thompson 50 plain gold and set rings just received price from 200 to 100 Tompson the Jeweler Nabiscoes and Festinoes are the test for lunches They are the fad Currey Davidson Fountain and and the best fountain pen Ink Thompson the Jeweler New lot of diamond rings and studs to 150 in 12 different sizes Thompson the Jeweler Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan catcr 12tf We pride ourselves on making as good meal as can be manufactured quality always uniform Water mill meal Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf If you want a good turnout of th very best quality bring your wheat and corn to Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf We would rather the handle our goods but where they fail to keep them we will have to supply them direct Respectfully Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Hoards For Sale 1 have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rincklest 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 and be con vinced I Hamilton jlC2m Z li ertulniiicit The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an exchange Saturday April 11th Easter eggs a specialty tf Olilco at Home I have fitted Tip an olllce at my Home on Danville street where I will be glad to do dental work for my old customers and all new ones who want first class work T J Hood D D S tf Use Potts lour 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 make up the slight difference in goal itv Resply Potts Bros 227tf Desirable Property for Sale Having concluded to leave we to sell our home situ aced 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 Ct Ansel George Son Having concluded to move my fam ily 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 96 lb sacks The 48 and 90 Ik packages are put up in plain or twill goods as you twill sacks make splendid towels You should try some flour put up in this way Respfly Potts Bros Phono 100 227tf For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros Phone 100 Try some of our fresh ground Gra ham flour put up in 12J and 24 pound sacks 25 and 50c per made Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf New lot of furniture on hand R L Jennings and Co Paint Lick If you want a nice spring Suit see R L Jennings and Co They repre sent leading houses and can please you I have a good barouche which I will exchange for hay corn in fact any thing but money A bargoln T Currey m13tf I For A n oldtime clock 8 feet tall and keeping the best of time Price 50 2274 t Loslie T Bradshaw BrandNow I have sold all my old shop fixtures and purchased an entire new outfit which enables me to do Ihe very best work obtained in an uptodate shoe shop With new tools and stock 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 engine in No 1 shape one Nordyke Morman corn mill 18 inch buhr with corn and meal elevators Will sell on time til Jan 1 1904 with good irate 2274U Leslie T Bradshaw ill and tlS Stylographlc pens 60 merchants- s Easterbazarand Lancaster For Sato preferthe 2 sacknone better Saler running you y 1ltieh gthta Ihornts a bait rit i 4C Easter desire 17tf portable j S Having dissolved partnership Mr Joseph retiring wo will close out our entire stock of nF iU CJA This sale is NOW ON and it is to your in terest to call at our store As everything is to be sold at ACTUAL COST we must sell for Spot Gash or Produce The business will be closed out as rapidly as possible When this is done Mr Jennings will pur chase an entire new stock of goods and con tinue business at the old stand PAINT LICK KY All indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be wound up Will continue to pay the highest market price for country produce The greatest Headache Cure Sold at DRUG STORE We are now in Our New location next to Zimmers where we have plenty of room to show our immense stock of Druggists Sundries Toilet Articles Brushes Rubber Goods Cigars Tobacco Etc Our Prescription Department is will save money by bringing your prescriptions to us i Frisbies Drug Store side Public Square It SiI o 0 ti Ij ct r fl 1 fl 1t i frfS r M J L UlU Il n Alt Dry Goods Notions Clothing BOOTS andSEOES- f 1rJc p- oI nlLuh g Cqjl ms S D EE RD 1 CO t I N T ON E C m TB rl Mra o 0 2 2 o 3 I V Z of an expert You iyr I4 ry too 1d Vat Pirt Cost LDJENTThTS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQO O o p p I op 0 0 0 0 o o3 0 undercharge pharmacist North S- ooooo00000000000 00000000000000000000 WS BEAZLEY Beazley Faris Dentists Office over Tliomp sona store Danville st G C FARIS r1 For Circuit Clerk fo to announce J W Hamil ton as a candidate for nomination lor the office ot Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party Old papers for Lenm Miller at The Record are authorized offic i sale r I J ffi r t PLOWS Corn Planters Fertilizer LOOKIiiiII Guttering Roofing K F p HARROWS 1 POSTLE Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are In Attorney Lewis Walker has been to LouisvilleEarnest G Brown was at home Sat urday and Sunday Sam Joseph a Cincinnati drummer was here this week Mrs ABle Powell has been visiting Mrs W T Short of Richmond Dr Price Grant and wife of Dan ville were visitors here Sunday Miss Smith of Richmond has been visiting Miss Frankie Kauffman Miss Hattie Doty entertained a few friends very charmingly Thursday Mr Bowman of Indiana has been visiting Mr N Miller for several weeks Miss Ann Collier of Bugin has been the guest of Miss Ann Hill Danville avenueMrs Farris leaves next week for a visit to her daughter Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico Tenn Mr Millard West of Washington D C has been visiting his mother Mrs Jennie West for a few days Dr E II Peirce preached in Somerset Sunday His pulpit was flilled by Rev Deering the presiding elder Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville has been the guest of her parents Squire W II Kinnaird and wife Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a delightful visit to Mrs Wintersmith of Louisville Mrs James Beazley and children have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs John Baughman of Danville Mrs Louis Landram Misses Chris tine Bradley Altie and Bessie Marks bury are in Cincinnati few days Mrs George M Patterson and little daughter Grace Helen left this week to spend several months in New Mex ico Richmond Register Mrs Z is visiting her parents in Lancaster Mr Ollie Terrill of Paint Lick visi ted friends here Sunday Mrand Mrs J E Stormes will return todav from a delightful visit to New Orleans Jacksonville St Augustine Clear Water Harbor and Tampa Flor ida They attended several Mardi Gras WHITE SWAN FLOUR Is the Best Made I say so I use Have as poi Bread as anyone Swan I insnre every pni I sell I 1ant to sell yon White Sian f H M Irtu fora TRice I know White I sell White HAll DU I I evening n Theodore t I i tF a eau Z balls and have had a most delightful tripDanville Advocate Miss Nannie Gaines has been quite ill for several days recently Jessamine Irene Simpson of Lancasteris visiting Miss Minnie Pherigo Miss Wille Duncan of Burgan shere under treatment of Dr Acton for some throat trouble Clay Hamilton and Harry Anderson have formed a partnership and will take orders for merchant tailoring They guarantee satisfaction Danville News Mr William Wal ker and Miss Anna Higgiobotham were down from Lancaster Sunday Misses Alice Walker and Elizabeth Hudson of Lancaster were in Dan ville yesterday Interior Journal Mrs L M Perrin and Miss Thurmon of Garrard are with Mrs J W Perrin Mr Shelby Tribble of Richmond has taken a position in this olllce Richmond Climax Mr Thomas An derson of Garrard county spent Mon day in this city Messrs Wm Marks Thos Chesnut of Bryants ville visited Messrs Herman and Chas Frasa this week Mr Jas S has been advised by his physician to try another clime so he will spend a month or so at Pinehurst N C We trust he will return entirely restored One of the most pleasing events of the season was Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Kenneth Postle avenue when she entertained the club With the addition of many plants and ferns the cozy home was made to look still more inviting The menu was elaborate and served in admirable style after which an musical programme was ren dered by Misses Alberta Anderson Mary Gill and Grace Kinnaird Sev eral other interesting features added to the pleasure of the occasion E G Creech bought of W T Prewitt a nice mare for 85 Nat Prewitt and family have moved to Illinois to reside E G Creech has gone to purchase new goods W H Sebastian sold a bunch of shoats 136 days old that averaged 156 pounds The largest one weighed 175 poundsMr Creech has moved into his new house Fred is a clever gentle man and we are glad to have him in our midst Tom Royce passsed through bur town en route Ridhmond with some horse stock to trade Of course he made it profitable Texas A Whopper A Texan while visiting in another State was asked to tell in a speech what he knew about Texas and he respondedTexas a whopper Shes a peach Shes the widest and the broadest and longest country on earth extending from east to west and also from north to south She could put Rhode Isl and in her vest pocket She could swallow three or four states like Ma ryland and Vermont and wash down by drinking the Mississippi dry and could digest em without even having the colic Texas is the empire state in the union without any Kais er Bill for an Emperor Shes the chiefest among ten thousand and al together lively Shes Tim pebble on the beach Shes one of the oldest hens chickens Shes the cock of the walk and democrat of the world Shes a wolf and its her day to howl Texas is bounded on the East by the alligators of Louisiana and the huckleberry thickets of Arkansas She is bounded on the north by the toma hawk and the warwhoop of the Red men She is bounded on the west by the chile con of the Mexicos anp if ibwasnt for that meazley body of salt water she would extend beyond the south pole As I said in the Texas is a whopper shes a Jim Dandy and dont YOU doubt it Some men owe more to their wives tan they ever get paid JournalMiss buryand Crutch- er Lexington B B impromptu NINA Louisville- t locate em 11 i carne beginning PA1ST Miss Lula McClure is visiting Mr Robert Arnold at Manse Ky Rev Huson filled the pulpit at Mt Tabor Sunday morning and evening Miss Rayborn of Lexington is vis iting Miss Hallic Campbell Miss Summa of Richmond is Mrs Patsy Engleman Miss Agnes Henderson has been in the store of R L Jennings Adams spent Monday in Richmond with her sister Miss Gallic Miss Simpson and Mr Anderson of Lancaster were with Miss Mary Lear MondayM Rothwcll of your city vis ited Mrs Ike Arnold at the hotel sev eral days last week Miss Mattle Thompson of Lancas ter is the charming guest of her sis ter Mrs R Jennings Quite a crowd from here attended the entertainment given at Kirksville last Friday evening Miss Attie Gaugh left for Monday after spending several weeks very delightfully with Mrs G KemperChastine Rucker spent a pleasant day last Saturday with Helen Patter son of Lancaster and lost her hat on her return home Mrs Minnie Jennings has returned from Cincinnati where she has been for three weeks learning the latest styles in millinery Dr Bosley has left us and gone to Richmond to locate The Dr formed many friends while here who regret his departure very much Miss Gaugh the attractive visitor of Mr and Mrs J G Kemper left Monday for her home in Glencoe Ky Her many friends regret her departure Miss Mae Barlowe of Decatur 111 is the charming guest of her uncle Mr B M Lear We with much pleas ure recall her visit to Kytwo years agoMrs J M Logan and Miss Alice Ross trimmer for Logan Dry goods Co are in Cincinnati and Chicago this week buying a full line of Spring and Sum mer Millinery for the Logan Dry Goods I I visitI- ng Miss Sallie Cincinnati LICK- s assisting The banquet given by our lodge to the Odd Fellows of Richmond and Lancaster was very largely attended The supper which was prepared at the Arnold hotel was pronounced splen did by all Miss Mary Lear has just returned from quite a lengthy visit to friends in Mt Sterling attended the beautiful home wedding or Miss Es tille Poyntz and Dr Reynolds which occured at the home of the brides aunt Mrs Ann Beau on Thursday Feb 24th Jo where she evening A nig mule A farmer from a neighboring coun ty writing in the Farmers Home Journal last week claimed to have the largest mule in the State This mule it is said measured 17 hands one inch Mr Harvey Douglass of this city see ing the article had his big mule brought out which he claims is time largest mule in the country A com mittee of three were selected to to take the mules measure and his height was found to be hands by the standard Mr Douglass will not make any bets on his he says if any man in Kentucky can beat it he will not say mule again as long as he lives RichmondClimax A Dirge The flight of time invites despair Yet bids us strive anew It scatters sliver through our hair And brings the mortgage due Washington Star HRKAKIXG IT GENTLY 18 mulebut Nf The Doctor My poor boy Ill tell you the worst Youll be well just at the time school opens yule CourierJournal He Is a fool who In the cup His sorrow tries to drown You cannot keep your spirits up By putting spirits down Philadelphia Record Wouldnt Seem Natural I have an idea he announced Well youd better not let know about it she answered wearily Why not Because if it was found out itwould be considered an evidence of plagiar Post Sort of BnaineM Agent Yes said the family doctor to the guest I have always insisted upon it that my daughters must learn to make cake and pie May I ask why inquired the guest Its a great help in my replied the family doctor Cleveland Plain Dealer Pretty Far Gone Clara Do you think Algy is really and truly in love Dora In Why the poor fel low is so desperately in love that his latest madetomeasure suits hang on Trim like readymade clothes N Y againLouis Puzzling r t1 ismChicago pieespecially WeeklY suddenly anybody busness love NOTHING SHALL SEPARATE US From Thine eternal love O God Nothing can separate Thy child No fearful height no darkest depth No pang or death or creature wild Still on Thy love we rest and hope Tho threatened by the hearts alarms For In the strain of grief and fear We Thine everlasting arms 1 Thro the fierce fires of ceaseless pain The furnace of an agony Still near us walks the Son of God To damp the set us free After the storms have raged around And nights were dark and waves rolled high But heavenly love across the sea Sent the sweet message It Is I We falter sin and wander far Yet this Is shield and sword Nothing shall separate us from The love of God in Christ our Lord Rev Fisher In N Y Observer THE ART OF GENEROSITY To e Kind In a Kindly War Grace Welt Worth CnltlvatIug Some people think that all is comprised in the fact of giving and act accordingly Then they com plain of the lack of gratitude they are sure to find Are they reasonable Should one expect anything from a gift when nothing has been put into it but the bare plain cash Giving is a very delicate business when we come to think about it It is a sad thing that has two sides not only thegivers side but the receivers Generosity is an art not a haphazard flinging of dimes and dollars Would you know how to give says the French epi gram put yourself in the place of the one who receives This rule in the first place says Phil adelphia Young People makes giving it always ought to be but frequently is not We put a nickel in the collection plate because we cannot attend church without giv ing at least that and keep their selfre spect Do we think of the interests of the church and put ourselves in the place of the treasurer burdened with bills and short of a cash balance to pay them with Not at all If we put in his place we would promptly search our pockets for larger change and replace the nickel by a quarter or a half dollar if possible If the collection is for missions do we think of the earnest laborers in the heathen fields crippled for lack of funds and put ourselves in the places of the darkened souls that wait in vain for the light Xo we are consid ering how much we need something we have set our heart upon and de ciding how little we can consequently spare for missions There is no in our thoughts at all if we re gard ourselves honestly But in these cases neither church treasurer nor missionary are hurt or humiliated by our selfish attitude although they lose by it In the cases however where our rude methods of giving bring us personally in contact with the receiver we shall cease to wonder at his or her lack of gratitude if we put ourselves in his or her place A gift can be as unpleas ant as a blow if we fling it carelessly in a recipients face Instead of grati tude an irrepressible though hidden resentment is the natural result If we had to take from a careless or con temptuous giver would we not feel hurt and humiliated Truly unless love and sympathy go hand in hand with giving we have no right to look for good feeling in return The art of generosity is a delicate art only learned by tact and practice But when it is learned gratitude re wards it largely and always I have never met with a grateful in all my experience said a wealthy woman who distributed large sums but cared nothing for the people she helped People are always more so than I deserve said a woman of small means who put interest and sympathy into each small gift she gave Which was right One was an artist the other a bungler joy of giving the reward of giving depends upon whether we learn the principles of the art of generosity or ignore its exist ence Master Thyself First Ruling ones self before attempting to rule others is one of the fixed laws of rulership He that ruleth his own spirit is greater than he that taketh a city For one who is incapable of self rule would not know what to with a city should he succeed in it Selfrestraint selfcontrol is one of the cardinal virtues more it is a gift of God and he who does not self to seek it will never be a ruler over many things All men born to be of themselves but so willing to enter upon their heritage it is of the sort that Caleb asked for it is a land where enemies dwell and one must needs fight if he would win All the victories of life are selfvictory Hewho would conquer the world must first conquer himself No man can master of the World who is a slave to himself Failure in world achievement is often due to failure in selfconquest Baptist Union A Quiet Mind I do not know when or how it may please God to give you the quiet of mind that you need but I tell you that I believe it is to be had and in the meantime you must go on doing your work trusting in God even for this George Macdonald Her Imagination That young have a very vivid imagination said Willie Wish ingtonWhat makes youthink so Every time VI tell her a story she says she imagines she has heard it be fore Washington Star Am as He Could Do you think I covered the ground asked the lawyer when he had concluded his presentation of the Well said his client I think you covered as much cf it as your size would permit Brooklyn Eagle feel 1z llame and Is a unselfishwhich ourselves person gratefulfar do taking sethim are mastersmasters contingent upon bea lady must still Samuel Christian generosity generosity personally embarrassingly The fet Well case A cold at this time if neglected is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and even when the pa tient has recovered lungs are making them peculiarly susceot the cough heal and strenghen the lungs and prevents pneumonia CC J E Stormes lm The average woman can detect flat tery every of course when it is lavrshed upon herself La grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There is else just as good C C Stormes lm A third party may be all right in pol itics but when it comes to courtship its different Traclgedy Averted Just in 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 every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know i ts the only sure cure for coughs Colds and all Lung deseases Guaranteed by R E McRoberts lm Money does not make the man but that does not prevent the man from trying to make money If its a billious attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For sale by all druggists lm It is easier to get a modiste to cut a gown than it Is to get her to cut the price More Riots Disturbances of strikeers are not nearly as grave as an indivdual disor der of the system ervvork loss of sleep nervous tension will be follow ed by utter t unless a reliable remedy is a tei employed Theres notI Mcl nt to cure disorders of LjiVffor Kidneys as Electric Bltte 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 satis faction guaranteed by RE McRoberts lut Strenous pursuit of the impossible begets activity minus the reward Well 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 lm machinery for Sale 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 and pump hose complete Also good log wagon just made and good spring wag on o W Potts t25tf Lancaster A Word to Farmers I desire to call your attentipn 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 how to detect the approach and arrest diseases in your animals before it is too late Now if you are not fully informed as to the principal success to veterinary practice it will pay you investigate Write me and I will send you a circular by return mail free of charge and make plain a way in which you can obtain a sure cure for your animals at a reasonable price Will also answer many ques tions that may occur to you In de fence of this view of the nature of 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 suc ceeded in my hands and the hands 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 successJonah Marsee This remedy is prepared only by Jo nah Marsee Lancaster Ky 2273t Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at LOO each Potts Bros m6tf 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 here to that you get them 123tf An Ktuty One But how amT to know when in asked the young debutante When you think as much of a man as you do of yourself replied the woman of the world that is love Cincinnati Enquirer A Good a Ashes a sample package of breakfast food that a man left for you to Mistress Very well Bridget You may sprinkle It on the icy sidewalk N Y Journal JanJon rnpumoula weakened timeexcept noth- Ing J E en tL 1 diseases Of approach see ServantHeres of consumption S SS S 4 N collate t N5 N N5 0 lam lowe try s 13 I LEMEHTSt i 14- t 7 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 you money I Save mm UK Realizing the desire of the to obtain at a reasonable price we recommend to you our I NODOUBTJAVA to fill this want The style is fine the drink perfect Guaranteed in Every respect Roasted by W F McLaughlin Co For sale only by GURREYDAVIDSON Flour and Feed Store POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in FLOURMeal Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville at VulcanCHILLED PLOWS I I I IIII I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I IIII tit t consumers A Strictly PirstC1ass I I I I I I I I I I I I I r I I I I t Ph nix Meal I II I I III I II II II I I I I I t tt t t II t tit t tit t t t t t t t t t t 10I I I t t t tit t I I I I I II I ItuJ f f Coffee I o J T B WALKER SON Timothy and a Car load F of Oats just received JIin n1lu J u 11 Juuuu uut1luuuuuuu i Mover We shudder at the word starvation It calls up in our minds a picture of some gaunt famished a land of plenty perishes for lack of a crust Such cases are rare The case of starvation is that of man or woman who eats but is not whose flesh wastes in spite of plenty of wholesome food Loss offlesh is one of the sur indications of serious disease It means a gradual starvation not from lack of food but because the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition being diseased cannot di gest and assimilate the food received Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery cures diseases of the stomach and other organsof digestion and nutrition It enables the perfect digestion and of so that lost flesh is restored and lost strength is regained I was weak and dizzy with a faint sensation when walking Mr Jesse Childress of Co Tenn Could not walk distance felt bad after eating Always uneasiness in stomach Was taken Doctored with two or three physicians but they did not relieve me I grew worse every and then some one me that Dr seven bottles of that now and am as stout as ever and enjoying health as much as ever before case was nervous dyspepsia and liver disease of which your me In 1898 my was about ninetyfive pounds now is one hundred and Dr Pierces Pellets should be used with Golden Medical Discovery when ever the need of a laxative is indicated STARJTION manwho nourished It nervous It any thing I could was nearly takinghis t commoner assimilation to For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc The possibilities of alfalfa as an all round stock food are just beginning to be understoodby farmers As an all theyearround ration balancer of hogs both as greenness and has no substitute among forage crops and the time is not far distant when it will be universally grown by swine raisers Mr Sherman Martin of Washing ton county has bought of Mr J E Mc Clasky of Nelson countythe fine stal lion Ervin Russell for which he paid This is one of the most finely bred as well as one of the best horses in this part of the State Twenty years ago everybody went to church to town and everywhere in the lumber wagon drawn by the farm team Now we never see a lumber wagon at church but dozens of fine carriages many of them drawn by high stepping road horses Mr C C Harris of Lexington re ports sale of the saddlebred stallion The Roman No 1863 Vol 5 Amer ican Saddle Horse Register to go to Japan The Roman is by Highland hayit 600 individual Denmark 730 dam Callie Mark by GreenwoodProf recommends each tree with a leaf of tobacco around the stem so that when set out it will extend two or three inches above and below the ground as a of pores claiming it will keep worms out for two years after plant rug It you hold a board with the nail projecting from it against a horse he will crowd against it A cow will shrink from it That is why thous ands of horses are injured or ruined year by barbed wire fences while cattle escape serious injury Jerome Kimball P F Adams of Meadow Brook sold to W D Logsdon of Pano la Ky a pair of extra good work mules for 225 One of the principle objects in the grape is to lessen the of increase the quality enable the vine to produce its fruit earlier An over loaded vine will not mature fruit at all Even if it bears than it should it will ripen its fruit later The work of may be done at any time during the winter that the vine is not frozen Hogs should always have plenty of good pure water to drink They should never be allowed to drink out of a which is reeking with disease germs With the auto wrapping preventive every recently pruning trust and often pruning stagnent pool amo more arid MALARIAMeans bad air and whether it comes from the low lands and z An Invisible Enemy to Health marshes of the country or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities and towns its effect upon the human system is the same These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken up by the blood and the foundation of some long debilitating illness is laid Chills and fever chronic dyspepsia torpid and enlarged liver kidney troubles jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe Malaria Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because the liver and kidneys fail to act and are poured into the blood current until it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through the skin and carbuncles boils abscesses ulcers and various of an indolent character appear depleting the system and threatening life itself The germs and poisons that sooppress and weaken the body and destroy the lifegiving the rendering it thin and watery must be overcome and out of the system before the patient can hope to rid of Malaria and its effects e propertiesof get r S S S does this and quickly produces an entire change inthe blood reaching every organ and stimu lating them to vigorous healthy action S S S possesses not only purifying but tonic properties and the general health improves and the appetite creases almost from the first dose There is no Potash Arsenic or other mineral in S S It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy Write us about your case and our physicians will gladly you by their advice to regain your health Book on blood and skin diseases sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta G LEWIS Y LEAVELL President Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL SURPLUS iooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WAIKEB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson Hudson Walker The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 1OOOO JA BEHHTPrMldcM JOHN E STOBMBS Vice Prwt- S DIRIIT Cashier riv BT Einbry Bookkeeper v DIBECTOBS EL Deony A C Boblmon Jna E Stome ffi H SinnalrdL iK st I s RoBINSON J I9 50000 B J J TM Arnold z493 4 C TJRob1D hr Sara t S J e DIRECTORS F 44 SURPLUS E w- d L Amt Cochran Alex w matte drluklnir fountain now lie cheaply can U easily dune How long would it take the average man to tire of and mule A very short time truly And yet he will feed his faithful horse hay and corn corn and hay day in and day out all winter long It might be well to occasional ly consider the fact that variety is the spice of the horses life as well as that of his master and treat him accordinglyIn last week Larkin sold W G Maggard a 3yearold horse mule for 11750 Russia is the greatest horse country in the world the United States next Argentina third while AustriaHungary is fourth America horses however in value both in the aggregate and per capita are very tar ahead of the Russian as well as all other countries For this reason considered the greatest horse country in the world and the originator and the breeding of a strict ly American type the trotter It is estimated that there are 80000000 horses in the world distributed as foi lows In Europe 33000000 America 22800000 Asia 9100000 Africa 1 000000 and Australia 2300000 The last Government census report gives the United States 18428360 horses There is no substitute for corn as a cheap and quick fat producer when fed to hogs but the twofold objection to corn exclusive diet for either stock or fattening hogs is that it almost exclusively of the neglect of the bone and is so heating as to increase liability to disease We hear persons speak of hogs as being burned out on corn and such a condition precludes health or profitable growth The ration of fattening hogs should be sufficiently varied to produce a healthy and thrif ty condition Perry Landrum of Rocky re cently sold a 4yearold mule to Walter Houchens of the same place for 110 A young sow should not be bred to farrow before she l8 aVear old In this way the be stunted in growth by nursing The young to reach perfect development requires all of the elements of her circulation the product of her digestion to supply the waste functions produce animal heat and build up her body until maturity and if the additional tax of and nursing is imposed the ani mal must necessarily grow and op less rapidly You Should Have Ona The Lexington Democrat is 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 with interesting and data be sides the flags and arms of all nations the pictures and autographs of the presidents etc The maps were made expressly for the Democrat and are really worth the price charged for the paper Send 5 for the years subscrip tion or for six months and you will receive one postage prepaid tf Much of the socalled hog cholera is brought on by feeding too much new corn before it is sufficiently matured New corn should be fed sparingly ter wait until it is ripe before you use much of it old corn is safer and in the long run cheaper than new corn even if it be worth more Many good hog raisers and feeders now new corn as being a dangerous feed Hogs should be changed from one feed to another gradually so as not to their digestive organs too much No difference how much other feed you may have there is nothing so good for sows that are suckling their young and for growing hogs as clover alfalfa and rape These are the and best foods and farmers should always provide them for hogs if they want them to do well Ex READ ITTIIROUPH Twould Spoil This Story 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 very much of the present Up to a short time ago Mrs John E Harmon of Mel fa Station Va had no personal know of the rare curative properties of Cough Remedy Last January she says my baby took a dreadful cold and at one time I feared she would but one of neighbors told me how this had cured her little boy and giving it to my baby at once and it cured her heartily thank the manfacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for placing so great a cure within my reach 1 cannot rec ommend it too highly or say too much in its favor I hope all who read this will try it and be convinced as I was For sale by all druggists 1m It mayseem strange and yet it is a pen or are infection When cholera is in the neigh borhood than are those which are al lowed to run at large or in the field It is consequently advisable when there is to fear that this di ease is about to keep the hogs in a small be as dry as practicable and disinfected once a week with airslacked lime or with a 5 cent solution of carbolic acid three to drops according to age in the drinking water tends to prevent and have beneficial influence on course of ihediseaae I I his I or Summers producing producing asan produces ratto tissueand itand sow gestation Important 3 11 disturb cheapest their a astory havepneumonia remedy Ibegan II- upII enclosure which I J infection a fi a had an exclusiyediet cornbread ware Hilly sow lot and derv r lookup on Chamberlains soon reason should per fifteen the K t e el t Curling tho game that was for a long time furtively indulged in hero by a few braw laddies has been placed on a substantial with numerous wollorganied teams awl wellcontested tournaments Hand ball has been wrested from the mo nopoly of a few professionals numb lo day a handball court is a popular feature of every wellequipped letict club Discus throwing that the Cnuiin youths excelled in at the Olympian games has recently become a regular scheduled feature of all big athletic meetings SI ore recent ly the royal and ancient game of golf has been transplanted from the hills of Scotland to the heights of the Hudson where it languished for oral years under the popular that it was merely a game cunningly devised to lure gouty old men into taking muchneeded cisco Then it began to grow in pop nlar favor until today tees and putting greens dot the country most as thickly as baseball fields and Ir 000000 is spent yearly for golfing implements says the Hrooklyn Eagle Hut hurling is far more ancient than any of these The Scotchman proud of the antiquity of grill points to the timestained documents preserved in Edinburgh NOTICE EARRINGS WORN FOR AUKS lit All Ornmnnnm Won by lloniao- UelnuH Tlitx OI lr t ICe eordcl In lll l ry Although few women in reccntycars have been wearing earrings tIle faith ion still survives and at functions of select society pendants of brilliants arc still frequently Seen Of all the ornaments used by human beings rings are probably the oldest so fur as historical research has been able to determine They date from the remot est antiquity the earliest mention of them being in Genesis in the time of 1732 This antiquity has been confirmed by the minding of by Ur ScliHcinniin in Ktruria by CasteHani and in re mains in Kngland Their use at first was not ornamental lint superstitious states the Chicago Chronicle Amulets consisting of inscribed precious stones on pieces of metal were worn suspended from the frequently from the Augustine speaks strongly against earrings worn as amulets in his time It is a note worthy fact that till ears of the famous statue Venus de Medici are bored evi dent ly for earrings The fashion of men wearing ear rings jvliich is still common in Italy among the fishermen of Cornwall Kngland with Portuguese sailors and nary others is a survival of stilaon that they were a protection against evil Many of the Italians in New York wear earrings for this nur pose CURLING AND HURLING out or Mind Bids will be received by A D Ford Judge of Gurrard County Jor repairing the following TurnpikeRoads in Gar rard County Ky for the year ending December 1st 1903 Quarries will be furnished by the County on Sections where county owns quarries where none owned by county must furnish same Said metal shall be sufficiently fine to puss through a twoinch ring at its greatest diameter Said metal shall be spread by contractor between October 15th and December 1st 1903 unless otherwise order ed by Overseer having charge of work and the breaking measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of ofdlftrict for which the work is done Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows towi District No 1 Sec No 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county into with rock Sec No 2 Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork church with rock Sec No 3 Sugar Creek pike entire pike with rock Sec No 4 pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock Sec No5 Crab Orchard pike from Lan caster to O B Perkins spring rock Sec No Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with gravel District No 2 See No I Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix and C if residence with rock Sac No 2 pike from C Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock Sec No 3 and Sugar Creek pike entire pike with rock Sec No 4 Bryaatsrille and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock Sec No 5 Beuna Vista and Kentucky River pike entire pike with rock Sec No C from C Poindexters shop to I M Dunns scales with rock District Sec No 1 Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post office with rock4 Sec No 2 Buckeye pike from Buckey office to Stotta store with rock Sec No 3 from Stotts store to Kentucky river with rock Sec No 4 Poor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill School nonce with rock Sec Poor Ridge Pike from Pleasant mIl school house to Scotts Fork church with rock Sec No C Poor Ridge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky River with rock Sec KlrksvIUo pike from Hyattsvllle to West Hill East of H Wests residence with Sec No 8 from top of West Hill to line with gravel District No 4 See No 1 Richmond pike from with rock Sec No 2 from Goodloes gate to Ed Walkers gate with rock Sec No 3 from Ed Walkers gate Madison county line with gravel Sec 4 Copper Creek pike entire pike with gravel Sec No 5 Crab Orchard pike from 0 B Perkins spring to county line with rock See NoC Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmores gate with rock Sec No 7 from El mores gate to end of pike with gravel The bids will be on Sections but bidder will not be restricted to one Section Said bids shall be sealed and a bond required for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall be approved theOonrtjandsaid bid will present with his bid the name of his proposed suretsor sureties The be per rod of 225 cubic feet All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Wednesday 1st 1903 The reserves the right to reject any and all bids Done by order jot Fiscal Court iArD FORD Judge Garrard Co eat Jacobahuut P C and clalmrutc in the 11 cdor mote super ttrpn nd Old th se suspicion a carefully Bius Wantca I Ii broken Oerseer Buckeye Jenkins Lexington NO3 p st No5 top rock Goodloes gate L Arc costly srccirneus rand Anglo Saxun ears the Scotelr Gtmt rynet Itnve 1Inye- uy Yuuae iilnre1Im e fuotil sac Contract GOld River Bryanasvl Madison Lauctsterto N will be r i rS rd wd JMS i a r tie oct top I have a limited of strict ly No i cultivated Hemp Seed a late importation For and terms s apply to Banks Hudson 263m Lancaster Ky Lancaster Lodge 104 Stated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally to sit with us R KlXXAHID LOUIS LAXDKA3I Secretary Maste Turnpike Notice The individual stockholders of the Dix River and Lancaster Turnpike Road Company are entitled to er prorata of S2G7 two and sixty seven one hundredth dollars per share on their stock in said road which is a final distribution All shareholders will present their certifi cates of tock on or after February 2 1903 to the undersigned and receive their prorata Done by order of the Board of Directors Jany 20 1903- JNO W MILLEt President and Treasurer of the Dix River and Lan caster Turnpike Road Co NOTICE All persons having claims against the late 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 1903 All persons indebted to the said Dannie B Anderson are hereby noti lied to settle at once with me This Feb 25th 1903 Jno M Grand Exe cutor of tannic B Anderson lately deceased 2 27ot INSURANCE Represent Companies Aetna Queen Piilatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Erookljii Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free KIDNEY are the most all dis KIDNEY CURE Is I rULCI u Guaranteed Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi Went as Best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c and 100 Queen Crescent Time Card TRAINS AT DANVILLE SOUTH BOUND Number 1 daily no stop 1145 nm Number 3 ll Opm Number 5 Daily ll07amNumber 9 Dally except Sunday 7 S5 pm NORTH BOUND Number 2 when flagged 415pm umber Daily Not Stop Number Daily Stop 130 Number 10 except Sunday 6U um Number 4 does not stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 4 1 If You ire Going North If You Are Going South If You Ate Going East Are Going West PUKCHMC TICKETS VIA THE II Jt tEFl nt g f FOR SAll amount f A u r invited afurth hereby HI Aetna Life Ins Go o HartfordG nD Dr King s New ry For Price 3 fIS rind see DISEASES fatalof eases pm am II You s tom o prices rdAt j fie Rg lll 0 D f ill C 8 ON94S1IT70 sLCO 4 I Louisvtue 4 NAVHVHLC H M I 08CC The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates 1 AND I F p accountis due I MUST you owe 8allie D TiUet iiL GP 7 o iL ir JI ceI ox f ZUa10J T J Ve use ALL IODEItN IJIPItOEjIENTS and guarantee A PEltFECT LIKENESS Vc are EVlmr FRIDAYS II i crlzTi S rL a20 i cr 70 I I 1 Your past and have what me I i 1 1t- llT n17- t 1 ill rr 9 V V l A M BOURNE O AUCTIONEER y Offers his fei ces to the people of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CKNTUAL ollice or address me at Lancaster WT KING Auctioneer IpTcr my services to those need ing work in this line Satisfac tion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leads or ders at Record oillce or address me at Buena Vista Ky Geo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC Pension and Court work a special ty Typewriting at reasonable rates Office at L L Walkers Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Vines Rhubarb and everything forOrchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and general on request Both phones H F H1LLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY f For Richmond Winchester Lexlng No10 ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia 511 AM no Paris Carlisle COy Cincinnati etc For Stanford Junction No2l J lion Louisville Crab Orchard 1010 AM Vernon Livincwton London I bin Middlesboro etc No For Iticlimuiid and inter 220 rM tious I oll I For Stanford and PM Trains run daily except Sunday Above is 9 A ser office B1UE G A fUR RIE catalogue Trains Time Leae in effect Lancaster Xov 16 IIn ton I I S f stations t 1 l ItRC01 1 r 1 bit its tunr stationsn 7 ale J j The Markets LOUISVILLE Kv 3fclill rJt CATTLE Choice to primp shipping steers Medium to good shipping stcer Choice butcher steers Medium to good butchers Common to medium butchers Good to choice feeders Common to medIum feeders stock steers to medium stock steers Good to choice stock heifers Common to medium stock heifers Plain light mixed stockers Medium to good bulls Choice veal calves Common to medium calves Choice packing and butchers 200 to 500 Ibs Medium packers ICO to2UO Ibs Choice light ship 120 to ICO Ibs Choice Ibs Roughs IflO to 500 Ibs SHEEP AND LAMBS Good to extra shipping sheep Fnlrtogood Common to medium Ilncks Extra shipping Inmbs Best botcher lumbs Common lainb5 3 71 8 4 CO 2 3 25 2 759 3 2 ii 2 75 2 2fXgs 2 85 2 50 3 10 5 0 6 00 4 75 5 00 C 00 G C5 5 1 00 2 50 3 CO 1 752 2 25 2 50 3 00 5 COy G CO f Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry- If you want send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N 53 Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky GAN Agent I ncasterv Keiiiicky TED our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will all otfenders to the fullest extent of the law S P Einbry Price Bros Ed X B Price Ueorge Leaveil FergusonHenry Lucicn Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W 31 Mahan Alex West J W Sutton V A L Kelly Pxobt Gullcy Mrs JIIansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas B Henry Mrs P D W A Burton IlemphillWalden J C Ilemphill T M Unram Doctor of Medicine Grad note of McKillip 64 SSSP Veterinary College so canine practice Residence and office cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DAarrjzfcE KENTUCKY i 75 J 4 O 4 I 3 W8 3003W 4 lb DCommon o 25 10 2 G SD pigs W to 120 6 10 Good plgsWto OJbs 1 100 That LAU DRY jI H L warning BeazleyClayT L Broaddus Learn Gilt Veterinary toVeterinary IFAVORITE 0 OOEy i 3 Si 4 tt J bulb LOt HOGS 7 Sot 500 mil 350i T prosecute C ME- a 4 r r S WEAK WOMEN rr