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THE KY FRIDAY MARCH 20 1903 0 CENTRAL RECORDTHIRTEENTH YEAR xvaraaa ll l rayi Y LAi CASTERr Special Sale In order to make room in our warehouse for our immense line of Buggies and Implements I will make the following goods at the price below Owensboro Wagon 3 inch with 2j inch tires Guaranteed i year with brake and seat 5840 Florence wagon 3 inch skein 1 tires brake and seat Guar anteed iyear 5200 t r n Superior disc harrow on wheels One of the best farming tcols made 2854 Avery Cultivator with spring trip shovel and small plow 1575 Tiger Rake hand dump all steel Extra heavy steel wheels 1424 American Chilled plow No 20 Wood beam 6 50 steel beam 750 No 40 steel beam 850 steel range in perfect con with high shelf and new linings This range is second hand Sold at 35 Our price 10 HASELDEN of Farm I Jf Jf J R t 4 F ip1eents r rte sxss s e s 3x I All Around Th Town H I A AA AA AAAA v y OS000 nn Tatty for Mam Danville 3Sevvs That consummate politician James Hamilton wasdpwn yesterday from Lancaster and paid a pleasant call to the News olllce lie went over to Mt Sterling last Satur day and was very much pleased with the way in which Chairman Allie W Young handled the waring forces He thinks that Mr Young is one of the shrewdest politicians and in the State There was no bid for the Crab Or chard Springs property and the sale was declared off Bankrupt Lav Amended The President has signed the bill which amends the bankruptcy law of 1898 The bill modifies the existing law several important particulars the principal one of which is a provision in regard to preferred creditors Un der the existing law those who had received pay from persons who had af terwards been declared a bankrupt could not have other claims passed up on without surrendering the amount received This provision was modifi ed so as to allow the creditor to retain the money received unless the previ ous payment was fraudulent Kind Words for Lancaster l col lc The Kirksville correspondent to the Richmond Climax says The greatest attraction of the season was the de lightful play The Last Loaf given by Lancaster people at Shephards hall Friday night The crowd was good in spite of the bad weather and it was pronounced the best play given here this season Lookot for the troupe again They were so well please with magnificent hall and the audience was so pleased with The Last Loaf that Manager Shepherd will likely have them repeat the per formance ChrlMtlan Sunday Schools Tribute last Sunday forenoon Mr IT A B Marksbury Supt of the Sunday School at the Christian church spoke at length and with much feeling in refference to the departure of Rev A R Moore referring to of the Sunday school as wpll as the church and the pastor of both alike In behalf of teachers and pu pils he thanked the retiring minister for the valuable help he had rendered in conducting the school and leading the chrildren in the ways of eternal life expressing a wish that he would be blessed in his new field of labor Q Lancaster iOn him as the shepherd SIG J77V17 Cvc rnvcvvvvvvv parliamentarians our 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 mat 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 c6me in and our beautiful learn our prices I gj Carpets A D and J tUB IRJ b l fJ 000000 oooo ooo c ooooo I r see line T J rt Y aX The Loyal Temperance League will meet with Mrs George M Patterson Sundays afternoon at three oclock AYliut UpTollalc Do If a man brings you an account drawn off on a cheap handmedown tablet book form you can put him just that kind of a man in ev ery other short to make pie crust Up todate use printed stationery Five Years Old The Somerset Journal has passed its 5th milestone and like good wine im proves with age old friend Editor Ceph Campbell has the happy way of mixing enough spice into his matter to get it out of the old sleepy cutanddried way and It is a pleasure to read after him Cephs paper is one of our exchanges which is always stuffed into our pocket to take home and read Sunday afternoons Iii Danger While Senator Farris was being shaved in a mountain town the crowd in the barber shop was talking of some raids that had been made on whisky dens in the town when the barber who was shaving the Senator said That is caused by that cursed Far rls law and the author of it ought to have his throat cut Of course he didnt know the Senator but as the latter felt the steel crawling over his face he pretended to be sleeping and very properly swallowed the re mark About Printing We have just completed a new tele phone directory card which to sing our own praises is a beauty It re quired 450 sheets 22x28 tough check board and 3300 pages contain localads and we cannot refrain from blowing our own horn on the job This olliee can print any thing you want in the printing line All we want is a fair chance If you want information on our work go to people who have been some where and know what they are talking about Dont ask some 2x4 whippersnapper who dont know white paper from gin seng and who should be pulling the bell cord over a mule Theyre the stuff The Record cannot refrain from praising the City Council for ahead and attending to the city a without toadying to any of the many wiseacres who would like to hold the town by the tail with a downhill pull This council is doing what it believes is for the interest of the whole community and does not to be bullragged about it either There are some guys here and in all little towns who object to anything and everything but they cut no ice now We have the best town in the and the fact that we have a Coun that is pulling together is the source of much gratification Circuit Court The case of the Commonwealth vs Siler was called Tuesday morning and it required only a short time to the regular panel in the effort to secure a jury Adjournment was taken until Wednesday and the sher iff sent to summon more men for The twelve were chosen yesterday Wednesday and the trial commenced There are a great many witnesses and it will take some time to complete the case The Common wealth is represented by the regular attorney Jno Sam Owsley county J LHamilton W I J E Robinson W McC Johns ton and Gov Bradley The defense is represented by J T Hays R II Tom linson J M Rothwell Walker and Col W G Welch The case will the balance of the week Court will continue in session next week there being enough business to take up all of the week The grand jury has adjourned having found about the usual number of indictments Big Jim Parker James B Parker the Negro who seized and assisted in the capture of tne of President McKinley an instant after the firing of the cruel shots will ecru e before a larf c f ro at the courthouse tonight TIm sd jParker is a big athletic looking six feet six inches tall and a blow from his brawny list would have felled such a small miserable as Czolgosz could have divined his purpose before it was too late Parker is well dressed wears a silk hat and a decidedly clerical He was born at Atlanta Ga in 1857 and was at onetime a mall carrier in that city He begins the lecture by reciting the v incidents of the day relative to the Presidents at Buffalo He tells how Czolgosz proceeded towards the President in out his ty keep him Parker from getting in front He being handsaw the look pass the Pres idents face as be looked at the assas sin when the fired He of his struggle he delivered him two stunnibf blows which prevented the murderer firing the afc the Pres idents In closing his talk Parker says simply did as any of you would have done I the duty that owes I d v at O V9VVVYVVVVVVOVYVV down as respecttoo businessmen Ourgood dn Impressions- The going affairs propose state exhaust attorney Williams L L consume assassin manfully creature appearance visit were with did VV irvvV examination arm over two shots told Czoigo show from third shot o- man another st ell er j t Conductor Bruised Up In a wreck on the K D last week our old friend CaPt Jim Douglass was considerably bruised up He runs the short dog between Corbin and Jellico and is as clever a as ever pulled a bell cord to Iris Nibs A Louisville gentleman wrote to a Lancaster business man and at the bottom of the letter added this week and we will go see Ilur The Lancaster mans wife got hold of the letter and believing the u was substituted for the blind collared hubby and the fur A Succeonful Newspaper The Mt Vernon Signal blossomed out as a seven column folio last week and is indeed a thing of beauty and a joy forever Edgar Albright the clev editor and publisher deserves great credit for his untiring ellorts and the of Rockcastle should noble work for the countys Edgar has the energy the stickatitivencss and plenty of friends who stand by him Should Have No Opposition Danville JTews Circuit Clerk Price announces in this issue of the News his candidacy for to that olllce Mr Price has filled that place to the eminent satisfaction of the people and particularly to the court and lawyers He is peculiarly fitted for this place by reason of the fact that he is a graduate of law and all of the requirements of the otlicc This is one ollice that should be filled by a lawyer as it requires one to be able to wait upon the Court draw the orders etc He is one of the most sterling young Democrats in the county and should be endorsed by the party Heres hoping that he will meet with the success he deserves Danville Masons to liulld Advocate The new Masonic Hall to be erected in connection with Mr M Farris big building on Third street ontemplates features the most dcsi ruble for the modern secret order This hall will be erected of the remainder of the building and will belong to the Masonic Lodge It embraces three main roomsconsist ing of a lodge hall in the front of the building which will be 80x40 an armory and banquet hall in the rear of the building 49x10 feet and a Prelate room between the lodge and armory 35xl2 feet In addition to these are a candidates room Tylers room and kitchen The total cost of the new hall will be between three and four thousand dollars IV C T U Notes The recently elected otlicers of the Lancaster W C T U have been and are as follows Mrs W O Bradley president Mrs R A Stone vicepresident Miss Olivia Sweeney recording secretary Miss Ida May Grant corresponding secretary vice presidents from churches Methodist Mrs R G Ward Presbyterian Mrs Chumbley Baptist Wolford Christian Mrs Fanny Farra Satur day will DC observed as seal Dows birthday Mrs Farra conducting the meeting The Union regrets giving up Mrs Moore and feels that it sus tains great loss in her departure We heartily commend her to the Union at Birmingham All members who have not paid their dues will please call on the treasurer An Independent Man An exchange very truthfully says The only business that can standthe test of the time and circumstances is the ownership of a free and clear farm A man way work at a manufacturing business half of his life time and sud dcnly a better invention may shut up his works A man may spend his life as a merchant local misfortune beyond his control may put him through the bankruptcy court A man may work employe of a business half a lifetime and be a competent servant to and he is fired because his company has with another The owner of a clear farm is unassailable He may not have all the luxuries of life buthe is dead sure to obtain the necessaries and he cannot be discharg ed or ruined Change on Knoxvllle Division It is reported in railway circles that time card will bo made on the Knoxville branch soon which will make the Louisville train about Ifhours later through Stanford Nos 23 and 24 will run on to Norton Va instead of stopping at Middlesboro and to dothis will require the Louis vile train to run that much later Tills will make the meeting point at Brodhead instead of Junction City and dinner will be taken there Rail road men move in a mysterious way their to perform When to have the K C day trains run to Rowland and connect with Nos 23 and 21 we wore turned down because as an official said we cannot have 24 got into Louisville any later roan As our plan put itthere one hour later and the new one puts it hour la Ijer the first excuse dont hold good As CL trains will bo closer to getter at Rowland and the needed hour later for 24 will be at hand we dont see why the K Q day trains cannot now be had here Look at yellow label on this On Comedown e as a flew people appreciate- his advancement Independently feet 11 r s asan faithful suddenly we rumored i1 j 1 gentleman Graham re election knows Installed his mploycr consolidated anew attempted at present thc it the K papers A a a Tough on tile TIge The on blind tigers has been pushed steadily on and today its a safe bet that theres not a drop ofliq uor on the Chute Not only the town authorities but the grand jury and Uncle Sam have taken a hand and the tiger operator is not reposing on flowery beds of ease by any means nor have the hoodlums the nerve to make their bold assertions of what shall and what shall not be done We understand the grand jury has found something like a cart load more or less of true bills and as the is all good it will be many years before those indictments are all tried and the time served out Uncle Sam will then nail each olTenderso a rocky road lies in front of the illicit whisky sellers KcKlnlev Memorial Association Postmaster W T West has received from the McKinley National Association a limited supply of the certificates which have been prepared ford istribution tc contributors to the monument fund as souvenirs of their participation in that great enterprise The certificate is a beautiful work of art on which is given an excellent of MrsMcKinleys favorite likeness of her husband together with picture of the McKinley home in Canton and of the White House The wording below the illustration is as follows This certifies that has contributed to the fund for the erection of the national memorial at Canton Ohio in honor of William Mc Kinley The workmanship and effects are of the very highest order the great house of Tiffany Co New York being the designers and manufacturers The supply in the hands of Postmaster W T West is portion of the first edition of the certificates and is sent here to enable those who have not as yet contributed to do so Parties who have already identified themselves with the will receive souvenirs direct from the office of the Association or through local committees tf Sam Owslejr set the Precedent The recent jury verdict in St Louis where a man was convicted and sent to the penitentiary forlife and twenty years longer was forestalled by Attorney J Sam Owsley lie had a man indicted for stealing and sentenced to five years on the first count on the second the defendant was found guilty and given double the time of the first verdict making years then he was indicted for a third offense and at the same term foundguilty and given a life sentence under the statute providing that penalty for a third conviction This made his sentence confinement for life and fifteen years longer This occurred a few years ago in Lincoln county It is useless to go out for pecedents The St Louis judge is slow evidence Memorial reproduction movement Commonwealths fifteen tried ofKen- tucky warfare artistic The InterUrban Road Work will begin soon on the electric road from Lexington to Richmond An effort is being made to secure the right of way through the farms along side of the pike It is hoped to get the road built to the river this year Shredded Corn for Horse Tests of shredded corn fodder as feed for horses have been made at several experiment stations and the estimate varies at from 50 to 100 per cent compared with timothy the usual standard At the Vermont station corn fodder gave as good results as timothy with work stock For idle horses it proved to be rather more than timothy In this however all tests agree corn fodder is altogether too valuable for hayto be permitted to dry up in the field as is the custom in the southwest Parting Words The high repute in which Rev Al len R Moore is held by his and the community at large was evinced by the large crowd which at tended services at the Christian church last Sunday forenoon and eve ning that being the time for deliver ing his farewell sermon to his congre gation The sermons were both very impressive and had a deep effect the audiences A farewell was given in the church on Non day evening when all denominations joined in bidding Rev Moore and his excellent wife adieu and wishing them well in their new home Bir mingham where he takes charge of a large congregation and enters into a larger field of labor where he will doubtless do much good as he has done here and elsewhere A Pointer for Farmers An agricultural writer impresses farmers the importance of aiming and working the very best in every line of produce he turns out He says It costs as much to raise a scrub animal of any kind as it does to raise the best and the difference in the price is as much as 100 per cent Its just the sninu grains fruits and vegetables It really pays only to sow the best seed The margin of difference the poor fat steer and the good fat steer is hardly ever less than 2 per hundred weight and often has as much as 4 The difference between a cow which makes 125 pounds of a year and one which makes 325 pounds is the difference between a cow which runs you into debt and one which will bring you a net profit of over 50 The barrel of choice apples will sell for 1 when culls of the same varieties have to go to the cider mill There will be ten men who will persist in raising the poor stuff where there is one who raises the best Why not be that one Maysville Bulletin Look at the yellow lable Is it o kn upon reception upon tosecure often butter I value Indigestible congregation selling They Will be Here Candidates for state offices will be here in full force next court day The number is increasing daily and it wouldnt be a bad idea to quarantine against them NO INDICTMENT Found Against Editor W and Ills SOB Clarence The Christian county jury which closed its labors last Saturday of a two weeks session after a thorough inves tigation of the charges against Editor W B Brewer of the Falrview and his son Clarence for and wounding Tom Mobley eight times last October refused to indict them Mobley had bullied the Brew ers for nealy three years and made life a burden to them by cursing and abusing the editor every time he filled up on whisky which ended in the Brewers shooting him as stated above Thus it will be seen that even sometimes grow tired of whines and slurs of some of the people Mr Brewer was a peaceable man never intntionaly wounding any ones and because he was not like the average bully he was for a coward Editors are always at the same old if you have it in for them you always know where to find them so be manly enough to talk to their faces and nut bellied their backs Bretver shooting taken standand B Review editors feelings blowing JABEAZLEYCO FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law tV for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 t tt o f g R L o Life insurance policies bought 0 1 Merchant Tailoring Suits to measurefrom to 50 From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guaran teed H T The One L P GAj N Nee t I 4 J r jI t clothier ft 08 i 0 1 IS I r l t f 5 tiS J litIiii M 1 4 t I f fir Z 44 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Office In Lancatter Ky at SecondClan Mall Matter Lancaster Ky March 20 1903 Why did the General take you on his staff a voung Hussar RussIan was asked recently Oh because I could carve a turkey so well An other man was promoted because he could sing so well Another because he was so good at concocting strange drinks If the some question were asked here in America the answer would be Because I control votes Thats what it takes to get a position here in the home of the brave and land of the blessed An exchange devotes half a column to wondering why women dont catch cold from wearing low neck dresses Theres no lengthy argument about are simply accustomed to crawling out of bed ev ery morning and clad in their nitey build a a trifling husband to get up and dress by Thats the cause why In looking through our exchanges we ran across this excellent difinition The socalled philanthropist of the day is one who skins robs and his fellow men for forty years to lay up a vast fortune then hires a press agent to Inform the world that he is giving away a few dollars here and there to charity The Louisville Critic has been with brilliant Daniel E OSul livan as editor There may be better writers than Mr OSullivan but it has never been our pleasure to read after one A Missouri judge has refused to sen tence two women prisoners because the jail has no apartment suitable for ladies and the Louisville Times says vaunted Southern chivalrythank God is not a thing of the past Upon his return to Louisville last week Dr Hunter was givens big ban quet by his republican friends We presume minature gum shoes were placed at each plate as souvenirs Raw or Inflamed Lungs Yeild quickly to the wonderful cur ative and healing qualities of Foleys Tar It prevents pneumo nia and consumption from a hard cold settled on the lungs C C J E Stormes 1m The most Important step in modern matrimony is selecting a satisfactory fatherinlaw Saved His Leg P A Danforth of La Grange Ga suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg but writes Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wonnds and Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only Sold by E E McRoberts 1m lJII I itthey firefor plunders Honeyand s J s- It thatBucklens 25 cts Post revived rte 4 For Commissioner of Agriculture T T Hedger of Scott County Georgetown Ky Feb 1 1903 To the Democrats of Kentucky I beg to announce to you my candidacy for the office of Commissioner of Ag riculture subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the primary to be held May 9 The short time inter vening before the election renders it impossible for me to cover all of the State I desire to state that I have been for years and am now a practical and active farmer and that all of my interests are dependent upon the suc cess of the farmers I am in thorough sympathy with all matters pertaining to the advancement of the interests of the agricultural classes of the State and of course in our Commonwealth it is well known that the success of all other lines of business are dependent upon the welfare of the farmers If nominated I pledge mv best efforts to use the Department of Agriculture in the interest of the farmers and the general welfare of the I have at all times been an active and consistent Democrat I am grateful to the Democrats of Scott county who have twice honored me with the Sheriffs office without opposition in the ranks of my own I have always been found in the thickest of the fight for Democratic principles both State and I have served four years as a member of the State Central Democratic representing the Seventh District and feel that I can point with pride to the success of the Democratic party in my district under my direction In these times of great combinations of capital and trusts no one feels more keenly the direct of their unjust oppression than the farmers of the country and I pledge you if nominated to use the to resist the oppression of all trusts and to stand fighting for the interests of the agriculturists If you nominate me I pledge all of my ener gy and strength to the success of the party in November when we must meet the enemy the Republican par ty Having had many years experi ence in business and farming you will not be placing the office in the hands of an inexperienced man and I pledge the same care to the interests of State affairs that 1 have devoted to my per sonal affairs The Department of Ag ricultue was founded for the interests of the farmers and in my humble opinion ought to be managed by a practical and real farmer My county SCOTT has not had a candidate for a STATE OFFICE for tmentyfive years and being a strong and reliable Democratic county I feel that I can appeal with confidence to my fellow Democrats all over the State I ask for your hearty support and encouragement and whether or not in my ambition to be your Commissioner of Agriculture all times my hearty support to our common cause Democracy the only refuge for an honest and patriotic people Very sincerelyT HEDGER If its a billions attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick recovery is certain For sale by all druggists 1m JI Commonwealth profoundly National- office Ipledge- at I11L 1zL JLJL party Committee Congressional results successful 4MMM HMmiMMMft Cemetery WorkTh- ose desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders now thus sure ofprompt delivery We can furnish you any thing from a 6 Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class Pat ronize your people and sate agents and travelers expenses 5 The Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET J home i lnfi Ilflil lui rU1 t D w and e- f array J- y g Mr Fleece Herring has been with mumps Speed Boner or Danville was a tor here Sunday Mrs Margaret Sutton has bean quite sick for several days Miss Nellie Arnold of Lancaster visited friends here Sunday Mr Monty Fox of Danville spent Wednesday with Robert Fox Misses Coleman of Danville were guests Sunday of Mrs W M Stallings Mrs Taylor Burdett of Bryants ville spent Friday with Miss Rose Al dridgeRobert Fox bought of Robert Em bry of Lancaster a fine Jersey cow for 40 Madams George Aldridge William Hughes and J W Wood are sick at this writing Misses Julia Parks and Mamie Daly of Danville spent from Saturday til Monday with relatives here Mrs J H Durham and little daugh ter and son are with Mr and Mrs H Aldridge for a few days Mrs Miriam Peters who has been spending several months with Mr T I Herring and family has gone to visit relatives at Lancaster STONE Mrs Luther Raney Is very sick J M Sanders sold a mule for Mat Folger sold two calves for 30 Tom Hicks sold three dry cows for 50Call on C M Moberley for seagull eggs Mr and Mrs J II Raney have been very sick Sam Duncan bought of has Allen a cow for 20 N T Grow bought of W II Land a horse for 05 Mr Asa Wilson has been very sick but is better R Preston sold six shoats tor twenty three dollars- C W Mitchell was in the city last week with his tobacco- J W Sanders visited his sister Mrs Pole Coy Sanders was in Louisville last week with his tobacco- C S Sanders has the prettiest lot of goods ever shown at this place Mrs Gulley of Kirksville is with her daughter Mrs Alice Green The Infant of Mr and Mrs Leslie Green is very sick at this writing Miss Lottie Reynolds visited her aunt Mrs Hardwick of Judson Sun day Mrs Jennings of Pink visited her daughter Mrs W Wilson last week J M Sanders accompanied by his granddaughter Jewell visited his brother Mr Cy Sanders last week Miss Pearl Sanders and little sister Peachie Mae spent the latter part of last week wilh their grand father at JudsonThe Falls City was up the 7th and delivered C S Sanders the handsomest line of dry goods ever shown at this place Mr William Wilson of Jessimine county will sell goods at the Walden stand We wish Mr Wilson much success in his business WAIIACETON C C McWhorter bought a horse from T S Ballard for 60 and sold it to By num Pitts for 100 Several in our communityare enter taining the mumps in their homes Carter Estridge left Friday for Mansfield Ill where he expects to work this year Grass is already furnishing pretty fair grazing for stock while the wheat looks unusually promising for the time of year The mud roads here are more to travel now than at any time during the winter and turnpikes although quite an improvement over the other roads are also in very bad conditionJudge Lunsford and son of Berea have opened up a grecery store and a blacksmith shop here The latter es pecially is quite a convenience to our people The following moves have taken place here within the past few days A brother of W has moved to the W 0 Anderson farm C C McWhorter has moved to A B Guinns near Paint Lick A F Cald well who has been living with Mr Guinn has moved to the farm of Tom Ballard Mr Ballard and wife having moved in with his son Georgt A Bal lard whose wife died some 3 months agoMrs Charles Kindred died at the home of her mother Mrs Hannah Shockley Saturday night The death was peculiarly sad Charlie left his wife in apparently good health while he with several other friends went fishing on Silver Creek Early in the night their baby two months old and lying onthe bed made some very un usual which greatly frightened its mother who ran to the bed and called to her mother that the little one was dying On reaching the bedside her mother tried to assure her there nothing wrong with the lit tle one but the mother fell and almost immediately Mrs Kindred had years been a member of the M E church here and a good Christian woman Her husband and two little ones have thesympathy of the entire community in this sad a bereavement if MAl stilt tr 140 last week L L Sallie difficult t Kidd demonstration waS waS w lick visa S 5 T younger died for sad end h a ilftiJIifrUfi Y v Tliasick are all Improving ilrs55ich Simpson is sick with the Grip T Willie Grow visited at George Sad ler last week Pat Sutton bought one sow and 8 pigs from Wesley King for 35 Zach Simpson sold some corn last week at 250 a bbl at the crib Herbert Gulley sold six shoats to Robert Gulley for three dollars apiece Rob Ham started for Decator Ill Monday to for several months Jim Jackson wife and baby of are visions of Mr and Mrs Lish ForbisJohn Hill and Cecil Broad us from the mountains last week with quite a drove of cattle and some hogs Misses Mannie Kellie and Eva Jones accompanied by Will Jones and John nie Bogie of Buckeye attended church at Gillead on Sunday Our merchantMr John Askins has brought on a nice line of furniture and his wife has gone to the city to buy her stock of millinery MANSE Miss Alice Henderson of your city spent several days with Miss Annie Reid Miss Tommie Francis of Lancaster visited Miss Florence Burnside last weekUncle Sam Palmer the faithful col ored mail carrier from Point Leavell to Flatwoods is dangerously ill Miss Elsie Palmer of Lancaster is the guest of Annie Burke Miss Elsie has just returned from a trip to the west Mr Ollie Terril and family left for Richmond Ind last week house is now occupied by Mayor Holmes and motherMiss Annie Reid entertained her friends at a birthday party Saturday Eve from seven to twelve Quit an elegant supper was served Miss is a charming hostess and made all have a jolly time Among the guest were Misses Jane Lusk Goolor Alice Henderson Mattie McClormack Annie Burke Elsie Pal mer Jennie and Sue Higgins Halite and Fanny Royston Florence Burn side Kate and Forest Denton Mar garet Walker Lula McClure and Frankie Doty Messrs Dave Hurvey Duke and O Goodloe Ed and Robt Walker Frank Higgins Will Leavell Joe McCormack T R Slavin Boyle Doty Walker and Louis Guynn Oily Burke Will Jones and Will Tudor Mr Benj Slavln and granddaughter Miss Eliza Jones of Danville have been visiting here Colds Are UangcrrmH How often you hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days later learn that the roan 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 lm A woman who wears a rat has a pretty mean opinion of one who touch es up her complexion Pneumonia Follows n 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 lm I am standing my registered Jersey Bull at 1 cash 320tf 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 tl 100 barrel uptodate flour mill for rent In perfect condition and is situated in Lancaster near depot Terms reasonable Address S Minor Son 312 W Jefferson st Louisville Thresher For Sale Complete GuarScott outfit of 13horse power engine SGxoG Separator with 25 feet swinging stack arid Glendale bagger 150 feet 7in four ply drive belt and reel for same ThiS engine has been used about 100 days and the separator about 40 days Will sell on time with good note Leslie TBradshaw 2274t 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 2274 Flower seed in bulk Sweet Peas c very cheap We will receive our Tube Rose Calender and other bulbs by March will have full stock of flowers as soon as season J C Thompson A Good Investment If right party wants to in a good paying situa tech in a thriving Garrard and MEANS he call at this office It will about 5500 and if you dont to in this deep dont No questions answered unless we are convinced that you have the money and want It Lost Bed boar shoat weight about 90 pounds my stable last m nth Hemp VApply at Record office t A r begone Miss his Annie J R L Elkin consisting For Sale Freshseed openS should go buy Wm mfCtf rc i f b Si Buckeye returned Virginia 4 itt the invest genera store village BUSINESS require care come Left WardLiveryman ground for refit The r- a r Two d II h fM ga got 30 fcts at Thompsons Old Oiipers for sale tf Lenny Miller BECOHD oilier Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just received ftt Thompson fQ plain gold and set rings price from 200 to 100 Tompson the Jeweler I Nabiscocs and Festinoes are th i test for lunches They are the f f Currey Davies Fountain and and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler New lot of diamond rings SCO to 150 in 12 different sizes Thompson the Jeweler Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price B M West Lan cater 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 merchants 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 Sato I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Bincklcs 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 to please everyone Call and be con vinced I Hamilton Entertainment The Baptist Helping Hand Society will an Easter bazar and exchange Saturday April 11th Easter eggs a specialty tf Office nt Home I have fitted up an office at my home on Danville street where I will be glad to do dental work for my old customers all new ones who want first class work T J Hood D D S tf Use Potts flour and meal and insist on your grocer furnishing same We are here to see that you get our goods We deliver promptly in any quantity to any part of Respectfully Potts Bros Phone 100 2 27tf Our goods will probably cost you a trille 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 qual ity Besply Potts Bros 227tf Desirable Property for Sate Having concluded to leave Lancas ter we desire to sell our home situ ated on Water street modern house and in good repair Any one desiring a nice home will do well to call on us at once Terms reasonable Gt Ansel George Son Having concluded to move my and locate in the North I will rent or tease 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 Ib 48 lb or 90 lb sacks The 48 and 90 lb packages are put up in plain or twill goods as you prefer the twill sacks make splendid towels You should flour put up in this way Bespfly Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Try some of our fresh ground Gra ham flour put up in and 24 pound sacks 25 and 50c per bet ter made Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf New lot of furniture on hand B L Jennings and Co Paint Lick If you want a nice spring Suit L Jennings and Co They 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 bargoin T Currey m13tf 8 feet tall and keeping the best of time Price 2274 tLoslieT Bradshaw BrandNow Ihave sold all my old shop fixtures and purchased an entire outfit which enables ma to do the very best work obtained uptodate shoe shop With new tools and stock you can rest assured that you will get the Rates reasonable Callon old stand over bowling alley tf T J Hatcher One 10 horsepower Humley Aorta ble engine shape one Nordyke Morman mill 18 inchbuhrwith and meal elevators Will sell on timeijtii Jan i 1904 with good note 227 t Leslie T Bradshaw j j 1 01 I t just received t Stylogrlphic pens andstuds try j IG2m Faster and thecity For Sule family try some 12 sacknone see- R For Sate A n old tme 0 new in an inN coin f T t1lncli gttt nOlpPttG A t give represent clock running best work meat 1 corn d Having dissolved partnership Mr Jbscplt retiring vo will close out our entire stock of Ni e HJ W 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 Cash 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 good and business at the old stand C53 E33 K 3 EV 53 E TSS EJ2 Erl K3 M I f li f1- saWa s2E3s W Qaiaasa ea Baca Sh PAINT LICK KY All indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be wound up continue to pay the highest market price for country produce greatest Headache Cure Sold at STORE A We are now in 0 Our New Location next to Zimmers where we have plenty of room to show our immense stock of T Druggists Sundries f o Toilet Articles Brushes Rubber Goods Cigars Tobacco Etc i Our Prescription Department is under 0 charge of an expert pharmacist You o will save money by bringing o prescriptions to us 0 FnsTDiesDrug1 Store f 0 North side Public Square SA1I Dry Goods lOngJ tUca and SHOES trigE D EE at First C st This continue 6 CO ViII r iI WlT 1 U The S- UC mJ T DRUG 11 WJ tmtn1 m O 0 o 0 0 3 3 o o o o o o your 00 OO tfir LCLiflM N T e oncaa nO k r w o ooooooooacOOOOOOOOO00000000COCO00 OC C o o 00o 0 0Q o 0 o e 0 0 0 a e0 Q o 0 0 Q 6 moo o oooooo oo oao d I Beazley Paris Once over Thomp store st ii t w9BEAZ1ET 0 C FASTS Dentists sons Danriile a For Clerk Wo authorized to announce JAiYITainH1 ton as a candidate for nomination for of Clerk oftlio Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party Old papers for sale Miller at The Record office are Circuit the oiiico a Lean f RicMoffld Champion Drills Sow Evenly and Perfectly It conies up evenly Fertili zer attachment See the peculiar bouble disc BUFFALO PITTS Cutting Harrow Light Strong Durable- A Perfect Implement K F P I s T L E NOEL SISTERS Spring Announcement We are back from the cities with a most complete line of Millin ery which is now ready for in spection Watch this space for announcement ol our Opening Vj J oo t i 1 Vj LA HEMP d e f 11111 1111111111111111111 11111 I 1111 II I II II I II I II 1 It t i a f 1 1 l Itl Gossip About People v v x A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Art In Ed Doty was in Lexington Sunday Messrs Sallee and Cobb of Danville were here Sunday Pension Agent D R Collier is at home for a day or so Miss Daisy Collier of Danville is the guest of Miss Ann Hill Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Bradford Jennings has returned from a few days visit to Cincinnati Miss Eva Dunn of Danville is the guest of Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts Mrs Alex West has returned from a visit daughters in Nicholasville The ladies of the Aid Society gave Mrs A R Moore a linen shower Satur day Miss Minnie Johnston will open a spring school at White Oak March 23rd Shelby Tribble of the Interior Journal force of Stanford was here Sunday Saulley Hughes has been visiting relatives in Louisville and attended Ben Hur Mr Joel Walker has returned months visit to relatives in North CarolinaMiss Tompson has returned from a delightful to her sister L Jennings Senator George Farris who is tray cling for the Frankfort Chair Co was at home thisweek Gov Bradley came up from Louis ville Monday night to attend to some WHITE SWAN FLOUR Is the Best Made as poJ Bread as anyone I sell Wile tare every pill sell sell yon Tfflte to her from- a I say so I nseWhite Swan I have Swan r to Ia M r r DIR i i J 1 I 11110w wan wa- Y r Y BALLOt iii 47wM n y- Y J tc m r4 S rs business in the circuit court Miss Mae Asbury of Cincinnati arrived Saturday to take charge of the trimming department at the Noel SistersMrs John Logan has returned from the cities with beautiful line of spring and summer millinery goods She was accompanied by her trimmer bliss Ross Kirksville Items Miss Christine the centre of Shepherds hall Friday night when she took a prominent part in The Loaf Mt Vernon Signal D C Pullins of is doing nice business in the sale of his patent bee hive an in vention of his own Expert bee men say its the best hive made Richmond Register Mrs Allie Powell of Lancaster has been Mrs Short Mr Jas S Crutcher writes from Southern Vines N C that he is rapidly regaining his strength Attorney H W Batson of Louisville is at home for a short vacation He is now a law partner of Gov Bardley and has a tine practice Mr Batson industrious young fellow and has a bright future Danville Advocate Miss Maude Best after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives left today for Lancas ter to visit Miss Louise Farris before returning home W Parks of Marksbury is visiting the ofMrs A J Kemper for a few days Advocate Mrs Dolph sustained a serious and unusual accident last Sunday from which she is slowly recovering While igniting a match the burning sulphur end broke of and struck her in the eye burning eyeball quite severely It was by the merest accident that she missed losing the eye entirely The wound been a troublesome one but is improving Danville News Mr Herbert Kin naird of Lancaster was in this city week on business Miss Minnie Eastham has returned from New York where she has been purchasing the novelties in the millinery mint She will announce her opening shortly Miss Mary Dunn has returned from a visit to relatives in Garrard county Mr and Mrs I M Dunn have returned from Lebanon Dr Al Price will go shortly to Cincinnati for treatment at Dr Johnstones and it is hoped by his friends here where he lived for a number of years that he may be restored to good health The twenty fifth aniversary of the wedding of Dr S P Grant and wife was celebrated by them yesterday by a dining at which were gathered their Garrard and Boyle county relations To their gratifica tion Dr Al Price Mrs Grants brother who has been seriously ill for mauy months was able to come over from Lancaster and with him all of her family circle were present upon the occasion which would have been clouded by his enforced absence Dr Grant and his wife recipients of many nice presents and lag them many happy of the day Mr Miliaid who is em ployed in the office of the Hon John Vf Yerkes Washington City Danville yesterday mingling with friends Millard is ed with the Capital City He said Glovannoli just doing fine and making friends T y the score in Washington He also stated that Yerkes had been in bad health for the last month will be Deceived wlth regret the i a Bradleywas attention a Last Conway a visiting W T lIrs E family DanvIlle thee has this latest Sanitarium swish West news an Rice handsome were returns was very much impf that Mr Harry was Mrs which i ry t r In ess jnnnr warm friends of that estimable lade in The of Lain ciscr the town from 75 to 5b cents Robert Kin naird who holds the reins over there is of the most eHlcient as well as one of the cleverest mayors in the StateG Gaines of Danville was here Tuesday Miss Mattie Estes was visiting in Crab Orchard and Stanford last week Miss Georgie Henry has accepted a position at the Noel Sisters Millinery Miss Ethel Sandifer pfDanvill has been the guest of Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mrs Lizzie Trays of Stanford has been visiting her sister W S Beazley Hugh Tillett of Danvill has been vlsititg his aunts Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Batson will leave Monday for Chicago to purchase more spring and summer goods Stanford Journal Miss Angie Kin naird of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Clara Cooper J Joseph will return from the East this week with a tremendous line of spring and summer goods Mr Cooper Dunn and family of Salt Lake guests of his mother Mrs Margaret Dunn and sister Mrs W B Mason Clirlatlan Church Reception- A farewell reception was given Mon day night by the church to its retiring pastor and his wife Rev and Mrs R Moore Notwithstanding the stormy night the invitations to pas tors and congregations sister Churches were heartily responsive Exercises were held in Auditorium of the Church presided by W I who presented Rev Mr Chum ley of Presbyterian Church and Dr Pearce of Methodist Church as messengers of their Churches Bro Chumleys address was very happy Rev Mr Woolford of Baptist Church was absent through illness Mr on behalf of the Christian Church closed the exercises in feeling remarks appreciative of presence of Churches and relation sustained by the retiring pastor After the ad dresses refreshments were served by ladies in the Church parlors At re quest of the Record Dr Pearcesad dress is given to our readers as below It is with cordiality the invtintion is responded to by the speaker and the good people he serves in being present to this expression of regard for the retiring pastor of this congregation True religion introduces and bonds people with each other in all climes and through all ages Gospel comrade ship with my brother minister your pastor has been the pleasure of pulp a months past From the first our acquaintance was pleasurable in the tie of ministerial brotherhood Later I knew him better No long years of neighborship were necessary No subscribed were needful for fraternal confidence for each other It a trumpet call to gospel battle un der leadership of a Divine Leader that at once knit heart and hand together sometimes takes a Saul of Sin to more fully develop and invigorate David and Jonathan bond of love In present case it was mutual battle againt the Saul of the saloon and blind tiger of vice that led to a nearer fra ternal tie No comradeship among men develops nobler ties in the flesh than those of battle fields no tie among men today should have more hallowed inspiration than that which calls to conflict under the leadership of our Lord The record of your pastors fidelity to his trust it may be fraternally sub mitted increases your own religious accountability Every congregation served by a faithful minister should give evidence earthward and heaven ward that a gain has come to them in higher standard of Christian con science in more sacred bond of home and church in duties of citizenship in kindness to each other in sym pathy and rescue for the perishing for the night cometh in which no man can work In taking leave min ister we therefore cannot say good bye to the example he has given us or the moral witness he has left behind him That has already gone on to the Book Day of eternal account that all later though or dismiss it Day to which all are hastening And as for awhile we the parting hand to our what bet ter can we invoke for than that recited in the Word Grace The Lord bless thee and the Lord make his face to upon thee and and be gracious Lord lift his contenance up on thee and give thee pease The Logan Dry Goods Co will have millinery opening Saturday Pull stock rough and dressed ilum ber cypress nd steel and b stJellicp and New Diamond coal always on hand i Send your Ward hone 5 v f rcncpd R n The B T Y Club was entertalled Saturday afternoon by Miss Fannie Doty It was a brilliant affair and attended by a crowd of people The house was beautifully decorated and a served One of tile interesting features of the afternoon vas the flower contest in which Miss Hattie Doty won the prize a beauti ful book The Deserted Village Allen o f Williams fraternal Williams sister few It the ofthis faithful confronts herea him of keep thee their ApriL th poplar 0 4 If x Dhis lilt City Ins levy Mayor one Mrs are young choice meun formalities fuss earthly even we forge brother benediction thee shi the shingles felt rooting order to H G m 20tt a 1 y- s neo LICK GUI Terfnils quite sick Mrs A BEly is now in Louisville buying spring millinery James Butncr has accepted a posi tion with W D Oldham Miss Salho McKinney is visiting her aunt Mrs Margaret Argo Miss Cora Black of McWhorter is the guest of her aunt Mrs A B Es trldge Miss Dove Meret of Parksville the charming guest of Miss Annie Burchell Mr B F Slavern and pretty little grand daughterEliza Jones were the guests cf Mrs Ike Arnold Saturday Mrs M Roser of Wilhngton Kansas and Mrs G D McCollum and Junction City were the guests of Mrs S H Blount a few days week A B Estridge and sister Laura have just returned from the city with the nicest line of spring goods that has ever been brought to our little townRev F M Tinder who was to preach at the Christian church Sunday will not fill the appointment being unable to come He will preach here on the 29th BUCKEYE J P Long of Madison was here last weekMisses Eva Jones and Kelley were here Saturday The grip has struck this place and nearly every body is sick Miss Ida Ray who is attending school at Kirksville here Saturday and Sunday The ladies working society will meet with Mrs J W Brown Thursday after noon Mr Wat Brown and little daughter Ethel and little neice Nannie of Me Creary were visitors in our Sunday school Sunday afternoon The children and grandchildren of Mrs Jno Walker gave her a surprise last Tuesday it being her day all went taking a basket of Several of the neighbors went in to see the fun SWEENEY Tiff Stevens bought a horse for 80 Bill Cornett bought two hogs for Cic Parton boughta sow from J Marsee for 812 Born to the wire of Joe Pope a nine pound girl J Marsee bought a steer from Joe Pope for 82050 C Cox bought 5 hogs from J Marsee for 8050 per head Licien Perkins bought 30 hogs from W M Morgan for 6 per pound Mrs Mary Cox spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs Gastineau of Ili attsville Mr Edward Rothwell of Preachers spent Sunday with his brother W M Rothwell BEDNA VISTA A T Scott sold to A J Christopher 8 Gc Virgil Scott bought of WolfordDean one horse for 890 A T Scott sold to Veechof Wilmoe four mules at 8418 The family of Calvin Lane moved to Richmond last week O T Wallace was down last week surveying for the new turnpike James Johnson has moved to one of the houses owned by Smith Bros G II Ruble bought of Brewer of Harrodsburg two work mules for 8275 Henry Smith bought for Normanof Mercer one calf weight about 400 lbs for 13 James Spoonamore visited his sister Mrs Curd at Richmond from Sunday until Tnursday W P Ruble rented Calvin Lanes house and rerented it to JamesSwitz her who has moved to it James Smith sold to James Leave one horse for 69258 also bought of Mr Humphrey one mule for same priceMrs Burgess nee Miss Lizzie Tom linson of is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs H J Tomlin sonBruce Sechrest Christo pher attended a fish party at the home of Miss Maggie Lane Camp Nelson Saturday evening Miss Bessie Bolton of Caldwell College was at home last week nursing the mumps She has just recovered from the chicken pox paint y buggy c Work and fini teedTat Conns All ki Con triage repairing at Hemp Seed amount of good cultivated seed for sale R M Nothing has equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr lings New riL L daughter- of Mayme 50th birth dinner Jack et shoats at Middlesboro and Ison WantedTo arriage Hemp West 8 PAINS last gas viler I Ira ever s n For c APerifcct Cure RBIIIIPTIoN oLBBS sad cUlN ForAll Throat and LungTroubles Money back If itflute Trial SMMkM lJ i 4 1 X r 4 e A u L Daitearaof Pnaumonln time If rtcglectcd is liable to pneumonia which is so often fatal and even when the pa tient has recovered lungs are weak ened making them peculiarly susceot ibie to the development of Foleys Honeyand Tarwill stop the cough heal and strenghen the lungs and prevents pneumonia CC J E Stormes 1m A woman is asyoung as other women thinks she looks La grippe coughsjrlelcl quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honeyand Tar There Is noth ing else just as good C Stormes 1m The chief end of man is the one with the head on Tradgedy Averted Just in the nick of time little boy 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 its the only sure cure for coughs Colds and all Lung deseases Guaranteed by R E McRoberts 1m Some men go to bed too late ever to wake up famous More Kiots Disturbances of strikeers are not nearly as grave as an individual disor der of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be 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 system Itdispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c and satis faction guaranteed by RE McRoberts lot Some womens figures are so dainty that when a man looks at them he thinks of upholsteryWell The many friends of John Blount will be pleased to learn that he has entirely recovered from his attack of rheumatism Chamberlains PainBalm cured 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 Sale One of the most uptodate 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 just made and good spring wag on O W Potts t25tf Lancaster A Word to Farmers I desire to call your attention to the fact that I have completed a new line of circulars on Zoology and have fully described the nature of diseases in an mals which I propose to give away They give more instruction than most any veterinary doctors book and will guide you tiosr to detect the approach and arrest diseases in your animals before it is late Now if you are not fully informed as to success to veterinary practice it will pay you to Write me and I will send a circular by return mail free of c large andmake plain a way in i you a sure cure for your animals a reasonable price Will ilso many ques tions that may occur to you In de fence of this nature of in 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 hams and the hands of many others and will detect the of disease before it has fasten ed itself system Wishing you a happy New 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 For sale by Frisbie Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at 100 each Potts Bros mGtf 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 see that you get them A man of wide acquaintance and good address to represent in Lancas of the oldest best and cheap est Accident and Health Companies in existence Five hun dred dollars in case ofdeath six dol tars per week in case of accident six dollars per week in case of sickness The combined cost which is only ten dollars per year no assessments or dues Also perfect identification free Big commission Write at once to R E Smith 10 East Main Street Lexington 202t get devoted to girls first its chaperons then mothersia law CL this cause consumption C JE was saved followed rundown I threshing wagon the principal in estigate y u Whi obtain t er o the approach upon t e Year and FP lit tf W ed terone J 7 A cold at d our 5 him too can ulew diseases animals improved l23 Insurance When men 1 IMP fM f N T S ra m Zo Xj Cive 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 IiI tJIrJ j EEllcI GAiNES BIOS Realizing the desire of the consumers to obtain a reasonable price we recommend to you our 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 CURREY DAVIDSON POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in FLOURMeal Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville st VulcanCHILLED PLOWS t u I I A Strictly Fir tCla I f I n n Ph nix Flour ann Feed Store I I I I I I I I I t II rI I 1o t f Coat T B WALKER ft SON Clover Timothy and a Carload V of Oats just received 1i JiHjnnlr n It lit it UUJU lUUi U 0 u U lU invited 10 consult Doctor Pierce by letter Oft The offer of free consultation by letter made by Dr Pierce affords every sick woman an opportunity to obtain the opinion of a specialist on her condition without charge or fee Think what that means For more than thirty years Dr R V Pierce has been treating and ctulng the diseases peculiar to women As chief consulting Y by his medical staff of nearly a score of and sick women Thesuccess of Dr is proved by the fact that fortynine women out of every fifty who have followed his advice have been perfectly and permanently cured There is no similar offer of free advice which has behind it a specialist of Dr Pierces skill and success No similar Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y with its medical staff of nearly a score of physicians every man a cannot buy a better or more valuable than Dr Pierce offers All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly con fidential and the confidences of women are guarded by the same strict professional privacy observed by Dr Pierce and it t Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y AMrmss Dr H V Ptoro Invalid Hotel md Surgical tostttut Buffalo N Y I tll V n1t D ire rt physician to the Invalids and Surgical Institute Buffalo physicians- Dr Pierce has treated and cured hundreds of thousands of Piercestreatment offer puts service of women the entire facilities of an institution of national fame such as the and largest ever by a physician for consultation youfree his staff in with women at the Invalids i Invalids Hotel The o For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Hone Talk Crop Gossip Etc Buy seed corn in the ear if possible You can then see what you are and dont need to raise a crop be fore you can tell what you have Buy ing in the ear generally brings ths best corn the seller has With all fruits the mistake is often made of planting too many varieties and in this way increasing the cost of growingThe and stock men of Grant and Kenton counties have organized a Horse and Mule Protective Associa tion the object of which is to protect themselves from theft and to prose cute the thieves The association be gins business with 125 members The failure of trees to fruit is due to one or two causes lack of available plant food in the soil or too much top allowed The penny royal cow could get along in summer with the feed that nature supplies The modern milk manufacturing cow needs concentra ted feed winter and summer Examine the branches of the fruit P II getting usually I- LI U AN OLD SOREi I j trees for rings of caterpillar eggs Cut them off and burn with the branches on which they are found J B Adams member of the nursery firm Adams Son of Waco says the report that all the fruit is killed is a mistake He says that the apples and cherries and small fruits of all kinds are yet safe and that some varieties of early peaches are safe too at present and that there will probably be a good crop from common seedlings The prospects were never better for strawberries and berries of all kinds Whenever truit grafting is used in the winter the plants should not out in the spring unless the grafts have grown together This has been a very hard winter on the cattle that are being slopped at the many distilleries and some of the sloppers have suffered very heavy loss es Lillard brothers who have their cattle at the Cedar Brook plant have lost upwards of fiftyand Cole Marrs who are feeding at Blakemores lost eight cattle in one night during the recent cold weather The other stop pers in the county also report heavy lossesIt useless to plant fruit trees they are vigorous hardy and productive of fruit that will not only keep well but that will sell well to consumersAn says Times have of P P beset unless Will sour the sweetest disposition and transform the most even tempered nature into a crossgrained and irritable individual If impatience or faultfinding are ever excusable it is when the body is tortured by an eating and painful sore It is truly discouraeinsr to find after lovable months of diligent and faithful use of external remedies the place remains as defiant angry and offensive as ever chronic sore no matter on what part of the body it comes is an evidence of some previous constitutional or organic trouble and that the dregs of these diseases The blood must be purified before the sore will fill up with healthy flesh I that poisonperhapsCancerhas irritated and inflamed S S S will purify and the stagnant blood when all sediment or and the skin regains its natural color It is corrodingfluids invi orate other hurtful materials are washed out fresh rich blood is carried to the diseased parts new tissues form and the decaying flesh begins to have a healthy and look the discharge ceases and the sore heals i Several years ao my wife had a S is the only blood veTo Bore log and was treated by is vege bost physicians but received no benefit table up the blood and a tones UP the general system as nowhich aha did Fourteen bottle cured her and she has been well ever since other medicine does If have- J S 2CABOZJ 82 Canal St a sore of and get OohoesNY the advice of experienced and LEWIS Y LIJAVKLL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre OROANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS ioeM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONET Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1OOOO RO BBHY Prwll t JOIN ST01MES Vice Prett7 S w S C DENNY Cathler J P Eobinson Asst Cashr E T Embry Bookkeeper r DIEECTOKS Saml D Cochran Alex B Denny A C JBobiMon Jno E Stormed L n S thethat guaranteedentirely kIndwnteus SkinDiseases I I F Hudson i t I 1 W H 1 fr t J 7L oJ Our druggist her to try 8 S 493 L E OO4TTTT4 1 1 j cc changed wonderfully uid so have mar j ket conditions iwekfirS o ImiKcr want or f ur vtir old steers Thuy siy send us baby beef or In other words plump wen fed twoycarolds Thcv do not want tlie big coarseagtd caLUa and we are glad of it as there is twice the profit in a well bred and well fed twoyearold steer The aim should be to breed and feed for early maturity and good finish Extra good baby beeves bring 250 to S3 more per cwt than the big coarse animals Rather the best method of applying wood ashes to fruit trees is as a top dressing cattering them out as fur around the trees as the limbs extend It is pretty safe to conclude that the roots extend as far out as the Mr L Miller of the Fergurson farm sold to Tom S Elkin one fat cow weighing 1475 pounds at 3i Mr Robert Moore of Colunbia Ten nessee bought a handsome pair of sorrel mare mules last week for which he paid 330 F B Estes also of Co purchased a fine pair of mare mules 400 McClintock Son of Millersburg sold last week eleven mules for the Southern market at from 117 to 200 per head to Wm Shoemake a pair 3 yearold mare mules for 240 Genie Owens of the qorhood sold a 3yearold horse mule to Henry Branstetter for 115 Col Emmott Logan of Louisville last week purchased a pair of mules 1C hands high six and seven years old and weighing 1200 pounds a piece for W Turley of Richmond Friday of last week from A Hicks of Boyle county a threeyearold jack 16 hands high for 500 Hay made another advance in the local market Loose hay has gone up from 13 to 14 a ton while baled hay is selling from 15 to 1G a ton The steady increase is due to the fact that the farmers are so busy that they do not have the time to bring their hay to town Corn is also very steady at 260 per barrel IT TlinOUOII 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 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 sIlo 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 I began giving it to my baby at once and it soon cured her I heartily thank the manfacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy for great a cure within my reach I 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 One day we saw a man at the shop having a lot of old sulky rake teeth straightened He is local agent and expert builder of the popular woven wire fence and uses the rods thusmade to drive down between posts to stay the fence and prevent sagging when the wires aie loaded with ice also rods with copper wire The first organization of record of farmers for their betterment was in England about the middle of the 14th century It had several of the of the Farmers alliance of the last part of the 19th century tho its inspiring causes were quite of course The best pill neath the stars and stripes It clenses the system and never gripes Little Early Risers of worldly re pute Ask for Dewitts and take A small pill easy to buy easy to take and easy to act but never failing in results Little Early His ers arouse the secretions and act as a tonic to the liver curing For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Often the man who gets the most credit for selfcontrol is unusally at silent swearing tile Stomach is the Man A weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats Into nourisment Health and strength caunot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach can not digest enough food t9 feed the tissues and revive the tired and limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses puri ties and strengthens the glands anh membranes if the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles For sale by FP Frisbie 1m HALF RATES to New Orleans and return QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale May 12 3 4 good until ten days from of sale with privilege of Ask Ticket Agents for particulars V j t Ifl The rat I branches lumbiaTenn fo Hiseville neigh 360J purchased READ placingso II I saysit characteristics dissim- Ilar no substitute DeWitts permanently expert III weakstomach sweetens via ext entlon t itt h 5s l rundown s returning date have voiir Rubber tires putonrby Conn iud see Conns stock of HuKir CKiTiiiyes Can save7 you money Mrs Raymond Wlii taker is very poorly in heal this Niclc Schooler of Madison was here last week wanting to buy horses J D Baker has where he sold his crop of tobac coMr E G Creech has returned fcom the city where he bought nice lot of dry goods and groceries John Conn of Lancaster and Henry Conn of Manse have been visiting their sister Mrs E G Creech The excessive rainy weather has stopped farm work considerably and farmers are getting somewhat behind with their work Milton Boss has met with lard luck during the severe cold weather of his brood sows got under the ice and was drowned and last week a nice mare got choked and died Brother Bruce has decided not to accept the call at Berca Baptist churcH and will remain with his churches here and will preach at Freedom on first Saturday and Sunday In April Ymta In a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago liow to make a salve from Witch Hazel for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burn bruises and skin diseases DeWitts Salve has equal This has given rise to numer ous worthless counterfeits Ask for genuine For sale by Frisbie 1m Strenous pursuit of the impossible begets activity minus the reward A Itcinnrkablc Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by useof One Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds 1 tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strcngtheded my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Forsale by F P Frisbie 1 m Its hard to have any sympathy for a baldheaded baby that sleeps all day so as tobe in good shape to stay awake all night Bids will be received by A D Ford Judgo of Garrard County lot repairing the following TurnpikeRoads in Gar rard County Ky for the year epding December 1st 1903 Quarries will be furnished by the County on Sections where county owns quarries where none Is owned b y connty contractor must furnish same Said metal shall be bro ken sufficiently fine to pass through twoInch ring at Its greatest diameter Said metal shall be spiead by contractor 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 Overseer for which tho work is lone Said turnpike roads are laid oil as follows towit District No 1 Sec Ko 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county lino 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 Buck eye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock Sec No 5 Crab Orchard pike from to O B Perkins spring rock Sec Old Danville pike from double toll gate to Dlx River with gravel District No 2 Sec No 1 Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and C 31 Jen kins residence with rock Sac Xo 2 pike from C MJenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock Sec No 3 Bryauasville and Sugar Creek pike entire pike with rock Sec Mo 4 Bryantsville 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 Foindexters shop to I M Dunns scales with rock District No 3 Sec No 1 Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post olllce with rock Sec No 2 Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stotta store with rock Sec No 3 from Stotts store to Kentucky river with rock Sec No 4 loor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill School House with rock Sec Poor Ridge Pike from Pleasant huh school house to Scotts Fork church with rock Sec No C Poor Ridge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky River with rock Sec No 7 Kirksvllle pike from Ilyattsville to top of West huh East of II Wests residence with rock Sec No 8 from top of West Hill to Madison line with gravel District No 4 Sec No 1 Richmond pike from Lnrctster to Goodloetjgate with rock Sec No 2 from Goodloca gate to Ed Walkers gate with rock Sec No 3 from Ed gate to Madison county line with gravel Sec Copper Creek pike entire pike with gravel Sec No b Crab Orchard pike from Perkins spring to county line with rock Sec Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmores gate with rock See No 7 from El mores gate to end of pike with gravel Section Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bit and said bond shall of his proposed surets or sureties The be per rod of 225 cubic 1903 The Court reserves A p FORD Judge Garrard Co I s tot XI at time returnedfrom Louisville one t DeWittsthe F P Minute NOTICE Bins Wanten between of diftrlet No4 Lancaster No G Lexington No5 Walkers No4 0 B No Fal butbidder bidderwithCounty bidsDone S allS TuniCrflotsod toW O Oooch fir bogs ab i50n hum red JG Gloiise bJtiKht a sow and pigs in Rock Just e SU George Millersold to J C Clowns 1 8pigs for 32 Thin Cormncy bought a sow and pigs of JC Clause for 15 DWm Coldiron bought of Frank Gross for Lucian Perkins bought 32 bogs of Mr Morgan for a hundred J C douse bought a mare of Wnv Coldiron for 840 Win Coldiron bought a calfof Mrs M F Cormncy 10 Jack Edwards bought a horse of John McQuerry for 55 J C Fox bought a sow and pigs of Mr Bennett for 25 W E Spangler and W IT Furr bought nine hogs of Mr Boone for SO a hun dredW E Spangler and W II Furr bought 25 hogs in Pulasky Co at a pound J C Clouse bought a hog of W n Furr and W E Spangler SfiiS a hundred LOWELL Miss Mattie Stewart of Artemus is visiting Miss Sudic Parker Mr Robert Brown and family of Richmond is visiting his father L Brown Hemp hands are scarce here and do not to go far to work Mr J M Mead ows had to haul his hemp from White Oak to Lowell to get it broken Miss Ilensley of Bcrca is the guest ofMrsJ M Metcalf Mr J M Metcalf has been quite sick but is improving The Henderson Bros bought a tine jack from J Dunn for 400 Ed Hurt and Miss Gertrude McDon aId were married last Tuesday at the home of the bride in Bourbon Co Miss Ida and Aurtliur Ilut of this place attended An elegant supper was served after the wedding Ed has a host of friends here who lie and his lovely bride success PllEACIIEliSYlLLE Miss Katie Warren is book keeper for the Lincoln Democrat atyStanford Samp Cummins sold a horse sow and pigs and about 10 barrels corn father for and has gone to Corbin to work A J Thompson bought 15 nice Ilcr ford yearlings for 15 per head Miss Wadie May Thompson stuck a sewing machine needle through her finger which has been giving her much pain J M Cress bought 50 hogs in Rock castle last week for Gc W II Cummins bought some hogs from John Ison for Cc W II Brown shipped a load of hogs this week for which he paid G to Ole Andy Smith of Bell county bought of Napier McClure their farm for about 5000 bought of W D 45 acres of land for 450 Rev W McIIutchins sold a cow for S25 00 Milt Malian of Hiattsville was in our town Sunday Rev W T White was attending meeting here Sunday Miss Bundu Pettus has been visit relatives in Somerset for some time After Grlpj e uliat Usually a hacking cough and a gen eral feeling of weakness often leading to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Foleys Honey and Tar is guar anteed to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well It never fails to stop a cough if taken in time Take no substitute 1 May Notice All persons having claims against John Rob bison decd or against his estate are hereby notified to present same to us at the Farmers National Bank Danville Ky on or before May 1st 1903 duly proven as required by law This Starch ICth 1903 JAMES SPILMAS 320 4t GEO W WELSH j Executors I have a limited amount of strict ly ISTo i cultivated Hemp Seed of a late importation For prices and terms apply to Banks Hudson 263111 Lancaster Ky HALF RATESto New Orleans via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on saje April 11 12 13 rood returning until April 19 1003 Priv lIege of extention Ask Ticket Agent for particulars FAVORITE I YJJA 9WOOOS I Cofur sow anti acow 28 650 i ct for 100 J P Ballard Faulkner ling SEEDFOR andreturn IERCE S t J for this Ln RESCRIPTION FOR WEWOMEEN 1 yQlna past due j J ti Yritl I J VJ rh Fox fS 12diO II fJ1 J Ve use I and guarantee PiP 3fcrr LIKENESS 11 I LANCAS1ER FRIDAY I II iz I Aii j 15 T H countis and MUST have what you owe me1- 1e i11et I hi ALL IOllERi IIPllo1TEiqEiTI1s It Warein EITEIUT n Fox iShdioS AM BOURNE f AUCTIONEERS frTV Offers his es ces to the f of this Perfect Satisfaction Uuiirnntucd otlice or address me at Lancaster Auctioneer I my services to those need ing work in this line guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leade or dens at Record otlice 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 fice Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Vines Rhubarb and everything forOrchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and general cat alogue on request Both phones H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTCN KY NOTICE All persons claims against the late Nanuie B Anderson are here by notified to prove them according to law and tile them with me or my attorney Williams of Lan caster Ky on or before April 1st 1C03 All persons indebted to the said Isinnie B Anderson are hereby anti lied to settle at once with me This Feb 25th 1C03 Jno M Orand Exe Nannie B Anderson lately deceased 2 275t arc the most fatal of all J KIDNEY CURE Is a i Guaranteed Remedy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and JCO KODGL digests what you eat KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach KODOL cures indigestion dyspepsia and all and bowel troubles the action of the gas and gives tone to the digestive organs KODOL relieves an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain the wonderful remedy that is so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tamed in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2K times the trial size which sells for SOc tttvatH nly C DtVOT CO CBICAC0 c servi Leave word at the CENTIAL w T ffer specialty BLUE GRA IUR ERIE I eutor of KIDNEV DISEASES rntfeJ Lr V stomach KODOLaccelerates KODOLIs t r r f peopleS iicoiu KING Satisfaction IV diseases byE s UXITKD STATES OK ASIEKICA Eastern Dist of Kcntuck SS of C M Jenkins 25 in Bank ruptcy notice of first meeting of cred itors To the creditors of C M Jenk ins of the county of Garrard State of Kentucky and district aforesaid a bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of March ItMKJ A r the said C M Jenkins was duly adjudicated and meeting of his creditors will he hold at juIce of Judge Win Herndon Lancaster Ky on March 24 1JOZ at 11 oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their business as may properly conic before 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 LAtrTvTDEY 53 Maui St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H GAN Agent L ncaster Kenucky CourtillNo thebankrupt Refereein 5 I T S 14 rc trZop 4Q J UI t IrI fJCO I v 2- o t 0 g l Eo t ts l dOlU t1g fid1 dt1t1 4 Ja 0 g vi tinI g K tr rti 0 f qw fJ j 9PU9gfr U r r iO i it u A J St rJl5fli cZf 9d tk4 crib tLi icy 7E 4 e t11 Ca g44t T M BnFSLni fj MH1T j TTV Doctor of Veterina s ry Medicine Grad JIjOy ate of McKillip SSS I Veterinary College of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so canine Residence cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILLE KENTUCKY Turnpike Notice The individual stockholders of the Dix River and Lancaster Turnpike Road Company are entitled to afurth er prorata of 267 two and sixt y seven one hundredth dollars pcr share on their stock in which is a linal shareholders will present thoiFcerttti cates of stock on or after 2 1903 to the undersigned and receive their prorata Done by order of the Board of Directors 2G 19031 JNO W MILLKI President and Treasurer- of the Dix River andLan caster Turnpike JRoad Co vt office e distribuO S