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HE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 27 If03 tI 1 THIRTEENTH YEAR I i F w XII BEB dA y I Buggies Surries Phaetons Road Wagons In Rubber Tire and Steel Tire We have the most Uptodate line of Vehicles ever in Lancaster o 1 i i 9 I i 1 ALL at ur STa6 E SEE THE Buggy and Road Wagon HASELDEN Combination J R r xm4 SxSKS s I All Around Th Town j w v s OCwO The Logan Dry Goods Co will have their millinery opening Saturday April Have vour Rubber tires put n by Conn and see Conns stock ies and Carriages Can you money Our bulbs have arrived Cannas dwarf all colors Tuberoses Lilium Auratuui Caladium Gladioli Fern balls etc Thompsons Full stock rough and dressed lum ber cypress and poplar shingles steel and felt rooting best New Diamond coal always on hand Send your order to R G Ward Phone 5 While Capt Phil Price is enjoying a vacation at Hot Springs Joe Arnold has charge of the Kay See mixed trains Joe is a popular fellow and one of the best railroad men on the road The pay car known among railroad men as the bread wagon passed through Sunday For the last two months it has struck this branch on Sunday but we have heard of none of the boys kicking on taking their mon ey on that day Use Potts flour and meal and insist on your grocer furnishing same 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 qual itv Resply Potts Bros 227tf One 10 horsepower Rumley porta ble engine in shape one Tsordyke Morman corn mill 18 inch buhr with corn and meal elevators on time til Jan 1 1004 with note 2 274t Leslie T Bradshaw Work house keeper Tillett has a large force of men spreading new over the streets The mud is waist deep all over town and the work is badly needed But we fear the machinebroke rock will cause much trouble in the summer as it is broken very fine is soft and will make much dust This has been the in many other towns and we have seen much complaint in our ex changes over the mud holes I 4th s ye m20tf No 1 good Spreading hock metal almost experience Buggy Jellico and Ware ell e REMEMBER We are closing out our stock of AND Gents Furnishing Goods AT COST and in many instances are selling for less than Cost We need the room Dry Goods and Shoes the prices we are making is out the stock rapidly Better hurry up pr you will miss a bar gin lll ZfiJfgl fj Y Clothing moving BAN DRY GOODS CIJ g 1 R 0 I l g for 1 I s Next Wednesday is All Fo Is day Old papers for sale tf Lenny Miller RECORD oflice New lot of furniture on hand R L Jennings and Co Paint Lick Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just recieved at Thompson For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf The weather is still biting butsome of the more enthusiastic are getting their garden tools in shape 50 plain gold and set rings just received price from 200 to 100 Tompson the Jeweler The Logan Dry goods Co will have their millinery opening Saturday April 4th It We are now receiving our Spring and Summer line of millinery The Logan Dry Goods Co It The grass in the Park is beautiful If it continues to grow rapidity it will soon be as long as Frank Marksburys hair Dix river has washed away fencing and other property dur ing the winter Several times it was far out of the banks Try some of our fresh ground lions put up in 12J and 24 pound sacks 25 and 50c per sack none made Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Ladies now is the time to place your order for a nice spring hat We have some beautiful styles and at reasonable prices The Logan Dry Goods Co It Died In Indian Garrard county relatives have information cf the death of Mr Wesley Rout which occurred in Bry antsville Ind last week Mr Rout was in his 74th year and his death was caused from an immense on his neck He was a son of Rout formerly of this county and had a number of relatives in this county IIcrcN Your Chance The firm of R L Jennings Co Paint Lick having decided to dissolve they are offering some great bargains as the stock must be closed out See their big ad in The Record Mr Sam Joseph one of the cleverest men with whom we have had dealings will retire from the firm and when the stuck is sold out Mr Jennings an equally popular and square man will put in another immense line of goods at the old stand I have by far the prettiest Spring and Summer brought to Paint Lick and I cordially invite the ladies to call and look at the many handsome designs now being shown Great care was given to the selection of our stock and we have the very latest styles at prices low Mrs Minnie Jennings Paint Lick Ky m27tf Itank Work Through the rank carelessness or cussedness of some one our papers for Bryantsville dated the 13th have never reached that point and those for Marksbury were several days late Postmaster West is trying to locate the trouble and some fellows hide is going to smoke Mr West is very obliging to this office and we seldom have a complaint from subscribers at this point We pav a pretty stiff price for handling the papers and if enough to inform us Special Notice I have just returned from the city where I purchased a supply of fine millinery for Spring and Summer wear all new and latest styles Have again secured the services of Miss Bennett the expert trimmer with last Fall so we are sure to please joa We are expecting the patronage of all our friends and acquaintances and feel sure we will please all Celia J Bryantsvllle m27tf Serious Accident Mr Dave Pullins of Conway with a serious mishap at Rowland Monday He was coming here and thought No 24 would make another stop at Rowland after taking water When he discovered his mistake the tram was moving at a lively clip and in jumping he missed his footing and fell into the rock ballast alongside the track A large cut on the nose a deep one in the head a dislocated wrists other scratches go to show what a fall he had Dr Acton dressed his wounds and as he left for home that night he was pretty sore in places Our goods put up in 12 lb 24 lb 48 lb or 96 lb sacks The 48 and 96 lb packages are put up in plain or twill goods as you prefer the twill sacks make splendid towels You should try some flour up in this way Respfjyi Potts Bros Phone 100 d considerable Graham better received carbuncle Lewis partnership line of ever remarkably givIng Armstrong severe many are f Millinery putt V t rae tact Seed corn 1 per bushel Pofts Bros All ui Conns Get your seed corn at Potts Bros 1 j per bushel m27tf New lot of globes and supply for gold fish at Thompsons Hemp Seed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West 81 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros paint buggy c Work and teed at Conns Nearly everybody in Paint Lick the Siler trial either as or from interest felt in the I have a good barouche which Iwill exchange for hay corn in fact but money A bargoin T Currey m13tf John S Baughman was here Monday with his horse advertised in this John is a mighty clever fellow and has many friends here His horse is a splendid animal and has a wide reputation 100 barrel flour mill for rent In perfect condition and is situated in Lancaster near depot Terms reasonable Address JS Minor Son 312 W Jefferson St Louisville The bed too short the covering too narrow was the subject of a Dan vine ministers sermon recently On the evening revious to delivering It he doubtless ate mince pie for supper to give him a better conception of the subject Flower seed in bulk Sweet Fresh seed very cheap We will receive our Tube Rose Calender buns by March 1st will have full stock of flowers as won as season opens J Thompson Several of lIon Willard Mitchells Jessamine county friends were here Mondey whooping up that clever gen tlemans canvass for democratic for attorney general Mr Mitch ell has many friends in Garrard and is quite popular here He is sanguine of success Go to Klrkvvlllc By special request the Lancaster troupe will the twoact drama Last Loaf at Kirksville next evening greatly enjoyed when given here and the people of Kirksville will certainly get their moneys worth We under stand a large crowd will greet our peo pie a big delegation coming down from Richmond Easter this year will be on April 12 Flio earliest date on which Easter can possibly fall is March 22 but this has not occurred since 1818 and will not again occur until the year 2000 has been left well behind The latestday for Easter is April 25 This was the date in 1885 and will be again in 1942 Besides 1903 Easter will fall on April 12 in 1914 1925 1930 and 1998 five times in one century Bad Itoailn Some of the county roads better known as dirt roads have been in miserable forsome timeand have caused untold loss to the far mers Why not get together and put in several days work on these roads By every man traveling a road meet ing at some convenient time bringing a team and tools a road could be put in good condition and that at little labor and cost This would be time well spent and money in the pockets of those who have to use the road Attracted Many A great many ladies went over to Danville today to attend the opening at Miss Minnie Easthams A notice was sent The Record but failed to reach it in time Another for Mis es and Children exclusively will be held oh Saturday before Remember all our stock is In New York city we purchase nothing from jobbers but go straight to head quarters the correct styles are secured If you want the latest the best at most reasonable prices call at our establishment opposite court house Danville The Slier Case Through an oversight not our own the name of Hon Robert Harding was omitted from the list of attorneys in the Siler case last week The trial consumed all of the week The jury was composed of the following gentlemen T S Moore pool A R Naylor A D Scott WE Ruble GS Duncan Jim House A D Hughes R E McGrath Jr J W Speaks S H Yeager and HC Miller Tbe jury was given the case Satur day afternoon arid after deliberating for some time came in and reported that they could not agree Judge Saufley told them he would keep them over til and sent them back to brought in a verdict of not guilty The speeches by attorneys were said to be very fine the house being crowded during the time County At tnrney Jim Hamilton maid en speechIn a case 1 Punch game at Thompson I kinds Carriage re at if WantedTo finis ran attended witnesses case anything issue up to date Peas- e nomination repeat Friday was EasterIlk millinery Minnie Eastham It nearly IN Vander theft room They then Commonwealths I f a ng g your rrIage another condition selected where Monday entire 1 0 d Enforce the stock law See ad of Burton and Noels fine horse Fountain and and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler a Nabiscoesand Festlnoes are t test for lunches They are Currey New lot of diamond rings and studs SCO to 150 in 12 different sizes Thompson the Jeweler Pair gold glasses Owner can have same by calling at National Bank and payingthjrty cents for this notice A good many drunks Monday but the belonged mostly to the hoodlum element Some property owners are kicking about cattle on the streets Monday Thas will not do Stamping for shirt waists and shirts All the latest Mt Mellick and braiding patterns 2 t Miss Lizzie Brown Call and see our Buggies Surries and Phaetons We can save you money J R Haselden Knights Templar The editor received an invitation to attend a banquet to be given by the Richmond Knights Templar this Thursday evening Knowingas we do the hospitable manner in which guests are treated in Richmond it is with the deepest regret that we were to decline Good Work Sheriff Lawson and Deputy Clate Arnold being to parties in the Siler case preferred to not the extra jurors and the court appointed Millard F Rout to do the work Millard rode deputy sheriff for many years and knows nearly body in the county so he had his men on hand promptly next morning the jury being quickly completed If Millards party should put him on the ticket some time he would run like a scared dog his popularity making him one of the strongest men in the Court Day The weather was very disagreeable Monday but a large crowd attended court There were about 150 cattle on the market most of which changed hands Heifers sold from 3 to Sic Steers sold from 4 to 41c Butcher rattle brought 2 to 31c The demand for mules was good but owners were inclined to hold for more money than was offered Many changed hands at from 75 to 150 Some pretty fair horses were offered prices from 875 to 130 Stylographlc pens 1a the d Davi on Found forced summon every county I 8s Billy related Wanted hemp Will pay market price R M West Lan cater 12tf A Stanford dairyman has bought a farm adjoining the water works He evidently knows his business Rev F M Tinder of Carlisle will preach at the Christian cnurch next Sunday morning 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 We pride ourselves on making as good meal as can be manufactured quality always uniform Water mill meal 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 Board For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Dont Beef When it is much easier to be pleas ant and agreeable in business transac tions it is indeed hard to conceive why some people persist in beefing and complaining in every matter that comes before them There are some men who go about with their noses turned up like they smelled limberger cheese and if spoken to reply with a sharp impudent and impolite moaner which makes it very disagreeable They must think some one Is afraid of them or they are some pumpkins Of course you can avoid the company of people but when business throws you into their company gee but its awful There are not many such peoplethank the Lord Are you one of them Give yourself a thorough study and if this shoe tits you you had better reform before some fellow slaps the taste out of your mouth song Memories of the Past by Blue G Bard the Hopkins county poet is fast becoming a favorite with music lovers of Kentucky Mr Bard strikes a key note In this song that vibrates in every heartand hisfriendfi pronounce it a success Copies of Memories of the Past can be had by aldre Sing Blue G Bard Earlington Ky or Marvin II Prather Madison ville Ky Price postpaid 25 cents Merchants say that onion sets are a drug on the market The supply is too strong for the demand More onion sets on the market than has been known for fifteen years They are buying and selling them at from 35c per bushel owing to kind Wm I to 50c highest Ina Out Anew Gams Never Moleted The Paris Gazette tells gospel truth in the following Really and truly a gambler has been convicted in the jury giving him one year in the penitenitary and a fine of 8506 The Gazette will bet 500 he never serves the time nor pays the money There is a divinity which doth hedge a gambler stranger than the divinity which doth hedge a king and his Politics Before one of the profes sors is taken up a place is provided for his fall and before he is convicted a loophole is afforded for his escape Governors are among the ministering servants and the Commonwealths Attorneys creatures of his pull Grand juries may indict and petit juries find guilty but Politics suspends the sen tences or grants the pardon are pledged for his release and of fices are bartered for his freedom The community upon which he preys is without protection and a Law and Or der League is the butt of ridicule Neither press nor pulpit nor legisla tive enactment can prevail against a gambler for he knows no party and will affiliate with none that allows its offlcess to disturb him Let the public keep an eye on this case He will escape Two gold fish and glass globe 35 cts at Thompsons Lexington Conventions names FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming J A BEAZLEY CO We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law A 8 X A Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 o f 0000000e0 0 Merchant Tailoring Suits to measure from 850 to 50 From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guaran teed H T The One Price GloihiexC Q C 1 t i o Nh y J- s r LOGAN S I I I I I I II FC OPENING Spring and Summer Hats Thursday Friday Saturday March 26 27 28 When we will have on display over 500 Hats repre senting the best efforts of New Yorks most artistic millin ers There will be over 200 trimmed and pattern hats from2oo to 1800 Walking hats of every price from 100 to 1800 and remember that we are the only house in Central Kentucky to show a line of the world renowned hats made by PHIPPS ATCHINSON Tailored Suits Our line is now complete and we are showing about 20 very handsome and exclusive designs in Suits from 850 to 4500 These represent the artistic tailoring and advanced styles The handsomest suits ever brought to this place We also have many excellent Suits from 1000 to 1700 Shirt Waist Suits Are the proper thing for Summer wear very practical economical and stylish We have them made of Foulards Peaude Soie Louisine Pongee and Taffeta Silks and in Voile and Etamines from 1000 to 2000 Separate Shirts Made of Pcau de Soie Voile Etamines London Twin Mohair ClothCheviots We have about 50 styles all good from 400 to 2500 We show a very strong line at 750 850 9 10 u 1200 each and every one excellent value Shirt Waist fcinen The genuine French Shirt Waist Linen is the proper fabric for Waists and Suits 36inch at 50C We have it Dont be put off with just as good for there is none as good feqee Curtains Look at our line We have by actual count 75 designs ranging in price from 100 to 1200 per We are exclusive agents for the new Motifany and Point de Luxe cuitains French curtain nets In White and Arabianby the yard and lace to with them Specialties Fine Gauze Lisle Hose Lace six styles Ladies white ribbed vests full taped Ladies Sheer all linen initial handkerchiefs Mens fine all linen hemstitched handkerchiefs II Danville I topnotch and oc paIr 331c IS 25c u 10C Iiy S Etc different r use i Lisle 734c i2j c 0 c eto Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unitl you i get our prices If you fail to look over our immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug whip etc WE WILL SAVE YOU money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what buy and how to buy it Romans Elmore J ij p j j 3 il j 31 Lj cJ rflji 1 11 l E rn II rn III m tom rr IrnL t It Era I You i11 Make a Mistake U w r a I CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at SecondClass Matt Matter Lancaster Ky Mardi 27 1903 I The jobs which would go through Congress it it were not for the res training power of the press are terri ble to contemplate says the St Louis Republic So Congressman Littlefield I is quoted as saying also that if I there were no newspapers at all I dont believe I would be willing to I trust myself alone in the House of Representatives for fifteen minutes I Mr Littlefield only adds to the L of countless men in public life I to the weighty influence wielded by journalism an influence only remote ly perceived and understood by the person A watchful press has on numerous occasions verilysaved the country In a sense the newspapers I are the peoples agents Their heavy L responsibility springs from the inti I macy of their relation with the g In every sense they should be the peoples safeguards While they do to i a large degree reflect public opinion they also through the concentration of impressions create and mold itand public opinion is the press weapons for good or for evil for the perform ance of grave duty or for violation But to save the country from great legislative crimes is only a secondary obligation Journalisms opportunity- is in the first instanceand it performs I a far higher duty and one of consequence when it saves the q from designing politicians and de t livers the country out of their hands A vigilant and downright free and honest press is in one view a last re for a people oppressed by unscru pulous politicians No man however great in public life can defy a united press It is only by dominating a weak or corruptible element in jour nalism that evil powers manage to survive When every newspaper learns the truth which is more evi dent in journalism than in any other sphere that honesty is literally the best and the only substantial policy P universal politics will undergo a purification The executive committee of the Press trusts that papers over the state will give wide to the fact that POSITIVELY NO ONE save bonafide editors will be allowed on the trip this summer Notwithstanding the fact that the officers have published the section of the constitution covering the case there are people who try to butt in The editor of this paper having served on the credentials committee for two years knows how unpleasant it is to decide these cases and when the law Is so plain we cannot comprehend why people try to evade it Editors are to blame for this by sending people to represent them and in some cases making It appear that the applicants are bona fide As a member of the committee we ask our exchanges to please announce that the officers have determined to draw the lines even more closely this year and if you are rtJWI J I I I testimony people I profounder people I sort I I I Association publicity I I I I I J average mighty not the editor of a paper stay away from the meeting foryou will be turned down It is the railroad companies and the people of towns doing the entertaining that require this not the committee The latter are not inclined to entertain callow faced youths dudes or occasional spacewriters in fact they are not to do it With the papers grinding out after column of politics it is to run across an item like this taken from the Cynthian Democrat The Ijood road question is of more importance to the people of Harrison county than the result of an election Besides volunteering services as judges clerks and sheriffs why not arrange a joint good roads primary among Democrats and Republicans and let each fellow volunteer to every break hole and weak spot in the turnpike that abuts his farm One days primary of this kind would furnish the authorities with a base to work on and the 14000 this year for could finish the general election with for every body This is a where patriotism counts The president of a certain Presbyte rian college issued an order students from belonging to secret societies on penalty of expulsion will wager a new spring hat that the old fellow has been blackballed by some lodge When you hear a man running lodges down it is always true that he has been unworthy and the ballot found foul The Lexington Herald extends a flattering invitation to the Press sociation to meet in that beautiful city this summer There are more pretty girls and good whisky in Lex ington than any city its size in the South so heres one vote on not only going there but staying there as long as they will let us A gold brick valued at transit from Salt Lake to some point in the East was stolen from the Station at Detroit Judging from the numerous gold bricks bought by Lancaster people they would be glad to furnish the Detroit loser with at half price The deathdealing elevator got in its work at Louisville last week six people being dangerously wounded There ought to be a law requiring these dangerous machines to be by an expert machinist They are far more dangerous than a steam or gasoline engine Tradgedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia bad played sad havofr with him and a terrible cough set in beside Doctors treated him but he grew worse 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 B E McEoberts ye MJ certainly going column enjoyable repair splend- Id appropriated roads victory prohibiting 23500 Un- Ion another inspected poi eve 1 Those desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should their orders now and thus toe sure of prompt delivery We can furnish you any thhig from a 6 Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class Pat ronize yourhome people and agents and travelers expenses The Bounty Marble Works STANFORD STREET 11t I IIIII j I f It 11 to 1UlUUUUIIlllllllUUIIII 11 llllUlJllUll j Cemetery Work i save attar M STONE Sam Duncan bought a horse for S7 Mrs William Tcaler remains ve ill K G Preston sold a mule to J S Sparks for 8100 Sam MofTord bought of Luther Ra ney five hogs for 30 Mrs Nary A Sanders is having a kitchen and dining room erected Mrs and Mrs Mead Teater visited her father Mr Prather Mrs L M Crutchfield is visiting her sister Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye Angle Sanders has been confined to his room for several days with the grippe Mesdames Ray and Teater of Buck eye spent Friday with Mrs Luther Raney Charles Mitchell and sister Lillian visited their sister Mrs T Grove Sunday Sam Duncan and wife entertained their young friends Saturday nigHt at a social Messrs Dan and George Ray of Buckeye attended the social at Mr Sam Duncans Saturday night BOURNE Luther Ray left Monday for Illinois t Jeff Dunn sold to Noah Marsee a work mule for 120 ft Win Duncan bought a pair of work mules from Jeff Dunn at 230 Mrs Allen Ray visited her brother Mr Broaddus near Lancaster Mon I day Miss Jane Middlcton entertained a J number of ricads at a social Satur day evening Miss Rovesta Turner spent last week with relatives at Tliattsville and i McCreary Mrs A D Upton and son del of Danville spent Sunday night with her daughter Mrs J Marsee J B Bourne wife and little dauh ter Ada visited their daughter Mrs Warner at McCreary last week Turner of Hiattsville were guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Tom Turner Saturday and Sun day Mr Noah Marsee sold his farm of 84 acres at per acre to Win Dun can and bought of ASparks of McCreary a farm of 100 acres for McCPtEARY George Saddiersold a calf to Alex Simpson for Jesse Sebastian sold one hog to J B Saunders for Hicks Bros sold a mule to Will Dickerson for S100 Beazley is out again after siege with La Grippe S Sebastian and wife visited their relatives in Preachers ville last week Mrs Dan Ray and children visited her father Mr Zack Simpson last week Herbert Gulley and wife are visit their parents in Lancaster this Mrs Elisha Forties and Mrs Samuel Kelley who has been quite sick are able to be out again John Hill and Cecil Broaddus made another trip to the mountains week and bought in 55 hogs John Harden who has been visiting his sisters for some time returned to his home in Decatur Illinois this week Owing to the increase in trade at this place Mr John Askins was to have a clerk and consequent- in ly Mike Forbes is smiling behind the counter BEUNA VISTA A Skinner sold to W II Graham one work horse for 45 Mrs Ray Ball visited her parents near Stanford last week Scott bought of Clarence and Clyde Ruble 1 mare for 75 Leslie Ruble bought 6 yearlings calves in Mercer for 1250 eech Six mad dogs are reported killed not far from here in Mercer last week Surveys are again being made for the new ttrnpike leading to Kentucky riverMiss Florence Christopher and bro ther Hugh visited in Nicholasville Sunday Mr Ed Gaines of your city was in last week talking up his machines- ry The members of Browns chapel are preparing to and paint their church soon Walter Johnson who has been with relatives for several weeks has re to 111 John Daugherty and little son of Lexington were the guests other parents last week R P Ison sold to J B Ruble one 2 yr old mule for 60 to A T Scott 1 sow and pigs for 30 Hemp Smith bought of 0 Huffman one 2 yr old heifer for 17 also 1 year ling from J D Jennings for 12 Word was received here Saturday evening of the death of Mrs Wm Christopher Jr in Richmond Mr Christopher of this place funeral Working Eight hour laws are ignored by these tireless little workers DrKingsNew Life Pills Millions always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick and Stomach Liver and pleasant safer sure Only 25c at McRoberts drugstore 1m I Joe andwife 50 Sonand 6000 III 15 15 ntRoy quite- a ink lasts compelled A T our midst byMrs t f N repay r Alva attended the e Overtime are Headache all Bowel troubles Easy C q f fDtlli r jil jjtJmrg i m Dont Be 1 IfJoo ft fj t JF0 fi p J qlIU I nl M I U I U r IG1 tF11 8 dL Is IJroving the Biggest Sale ever held in in our town rrI 47 r Our big 6000 of General IVIerchandise is like 0 i at Fir t Co t I Will take country produce or cash t Dont wait til the best things are gone but come now 0 RlJIW i Og I PAINT LICK 1 Those indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be wound up S P i OUR ros f f rY stock y goingSQ Hot Cakes 0 tivaryii1 g Bpi c Q c d- i S 1- w The Headache CUrer Sold at DRUG STORE We want to sell you your PA I N T OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Hoes With Each Gallon Call See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line Frisbies Drug Store a J i tIt r r giA 11S Iii kI t greatest G J O Q g 0 poKIILO fij Io o Imo 1S3 o Z i I i 2 2 I I t o000 000GO0000GO00JO000000 JOG000000OOO Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0- Q 0 0 e 0 0- o 1 Q Q aWl 0 0 OaOp0000c j w S DEAZrEY G CFARIS Fans DentIsts Office over Thomp sons store Danvllle st Seazley BSH BS SMI fIDrn ill B II re rj 0- b 8M Hu H IID I t LJI H iO 1 rill GI 8 0j ITI 8 0 I y r d i o Q 0 Q i For Circuit Clerk j We are authorized to nnnonnce i IInmH ton as a candidate for nomination for the office ot Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject action of the Democratic party Old papers for sale Lenny Miller at The Record office tot he Richmond Champion Drills Sow Evenly and Perfectly It comes up evenly Fertili zer attachment See the peculiar bouble disc Cutting Harrow Light Strong Durable A Perfect Implement K F P 0 S T L E EASTER OPENING An elaborate display of PATTERN HATS at Noel Sisters Millinery Parlors Saturday April 4th Everybody Cordially Invited sif r W I y 11 r BUFFALOPITTS tt tt tt tt I tt tt H I rats i M i r HEMP 1 41 i t Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In Mr John Rock of Richmond was here Saturday Dr H G Sandlin of Richmond was here Thursday is visitsng relatives near Cincinnati Mrs William Price of Danville was a visitor here Friday Miss Maude Best of Lincoln is visi ting Miss Louise Farris Messrs Allen and John Anderson spent Monday in Lancaster Anderson has been visi ting relatives in Lexington Mrs Joe Arnold of Richmond has been visiting relatives here Mr J M Logan is in the city this week buying more Spring goods Miss Mary Landram Burnside gave a dinner Saturday to a few friends Miss Allie Anderson is in Lexington visiting her sister Mrs Tom ing Mr Herbert Gulley and wife have been visiting the family of Mr David RossDr Poyntz wife and daughter of Richmond were visitors here the past weekMiss Jane Lusk is the guest of her sister Mrs Lewis Walker Richmond avenue Miss Tommie Francis is visiting Misses Edna and Fannie Ballew of RichmondMiss Kennedy of Lexing ton visited her sister Mrs Banks Hud WHITE SWAN FLOUR Is the Best Made I say so I know I have as good Bread as anyone sell Me Swan sell I want to sell yon White Sian I Mrs Osee Sisk I use White Swan T I insure every ouRd I H M 44 4 t r r Miss Bettie Browns i I i I r o r i 1 BALtOU- s r r son Saturday and Sunday Miss Eliza Anderson is spending several days with her cousin Miss Lillie Dale Grant Mr John Baughman and wife of Boyle were guests of Miss Dove Har MondayMr Walker left Tuesday for several weeks visit to relatives in North Carolina Mr R C Arnold and wife who now reside in Harrodsburg were here the first of the week Miss Mary Gatewood of Mt Sterling has been the handsome guest of Miss Christine Bradley J N Fitch of Sicholasville was here Monday in the interest of his friend Willard Mitchell Dr A S Price of Stanford who is with his mother Mrs Harriett Price is improving slowly Miss Jessie Ilemphill of Nicholas yule is expected soon to instruct a class in burnt wood work Misses Myrtle OBannen and Kate Mershon are visitors of Miss Bessie Batson Lexington avenue Mr Jack McRoberts of Covington visited his brother Mr R E McRob erts Saturday and Sunday Charlie Walker who runs baggage on Nos 10 and 11 spent a couple of days lay off here this week Mrs Jennings of Paint Lick and Miss Lizzie Simpson are visiting the family of Mr J C Tompson Mr W 0 Dunlap has accepted a McRoberts drug store and will learn the art of pill rolling Master Eugene Arnold of Richmond has been visiting his grandmother Mrs Louisa Arnold Danville avenue Mrs Dr James Grant Mrs Mary Reid and Mrs Elizabeth Simpson who have been quite sick Mrs Georgia Miller Lusk has re turned from a very pleasant visit to Mrs R E Hughes of Louis ville Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith have returned from the city with a beautiful line of spring and summer millineay Rev C M Chumbley and Messrs F P Frisbie and J W Sweeney were given the Red Cross degrees in Masonry at Danville Tuesday night Mr R M Robinson returned Monday from a visit tc relatives at Brodhead He like every one else who goes there saysBrodhead is the best place on earth Mote and the editor of The Record are going up next summer to take in the fair already making preparations Ed Walton of the Interior Journal Joe Waters of Lincoln Democrat and Owen McIntyre of the Danville Advo cate were here Monday in the interest of excellent papers Each pulled the Records latch string their visits being highly enjoyed by the entire forceLexington Democrat Miss levis Carpenter of the Conservatory of Mu sic is at her home in Stanford few days Miss Eugenia Denny has been confined to her room for sev eral days with an attack of bronchitis Mrs Eugenia D Potts will leave on Tuesday to make a visit to her son Mr GeorgD Potts and family at the Stanton House Chattanooga Tend Middlesboro Record The Kinnaird brothers Middlesboro insurance art ists and among the magic citys most public spirited citizens in Taze well on business Friday 0 T T R L in arereported some better hersister for a position their were r Jolly bighearted Will Ferguson is up from Covington looking after his farmMrs Jno T Baughman who has been visitintr her sister W returned to Paris Tuesday MesdamesS C and Mattie in Louisville Mr and Mrs J E Stormes returned Friday from a most delightful trip to Florida If anyone doubts our write up of his duck hunt just listen to him tell fish stories for a while and our re port fades into insignificance The following item was written fur last weeks issue but the copy was mislaid One of the most interesting St Pat rick diversions on the social calendar was the meeting of the B B club with Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird Tuesday afternoon The house was tastily decorated with palms potted plants and bunches of shamrock The menu consisted of pink ices and shamrock leaf cakes An appropriate musical programme was rendered One of the attractive features of the afternoon was an embroidery contest The prizes were captured by Mrs Lew is Walker and Miss Hattie Doty The consolation was given Miss Bettie An derson The souvernirs were beauti ful carnations PllEACHEIlSVILLE Wheat and grass are at least month early Rev Owens has gone to buy cattle- J C Fox has engaged 200 hogs for fall delivery at J M Cress bought 20 hogs in Rock castle at about 51c Miss Bruce King was visiting home folk at Danville Sunday Mrs J J Thompson was visiting her father at Mt Vernon last week J H Bishop and wife was visiting W P White and family last week Mrs J F Pettus is having her house painted J V Cook is doing the work Miss Ilallie Brown has been visiting Miss Ella Thompson for several days T J Durham of Bell county was here last week looking for a farm to buyJ P Rogers and wife were visiting their brother in Madison county last weekMrs Pope of Lexington and Miss Stella Dishon are visiting Mr W P Dishon and family Rev W McIIutchin will preach at the Methodist church here the 5th Sunday in this month Rev W M Spreckles and two J L Hutchins and wife were vis iting Logue Thompson and wife Sun dayThe cashier of the Crab Orchard bank accompanied by Miss Buchanan was here Saturday in the interest of his bank- J M Alverson of Stanford was here last week in the interest of his race for representative of Lincoln county He will get a good vote here PAINT LICK S II Blount is in Junction City on businessBorn to the wife of J Hcudricks a fine girl James Murry sold to Ben Gay nine sheep for 40 Wm Cottrell sold to James Murry a nice gilt for S12 Jack Adams bought a nice horse for which he paid 75 C Shumate who has been quite sick is able to be out again Mrs Ike Arnold has recovered from a severe spell of grippe Wm Cottrell sold to Hugh Conn a threeyearold saddle horse for JO W Fish our popular druggist is agent for the American Wire Fence Mr Charley Snider of Louisville was the guest of the Misses Lear last week Mrs Kate Shearer of Red House is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Searcy Mis CS Young who has been her daughter in North Carolina returnedWm rented to Oheren and Asbel 40 acres of land to go in tobacco at 10 per acre Mrs Ada Rice of Richmond who is the guest of her daughter Mrs Guy Rice is quite sick Ernest Wodas and Henry Moore bought the John Eads property for which they paid 1600 Thursday afternoon Mrs Jennie Searcy was ruu over by byclcle sprain ing her ankle and otherwise injuring her If you want a nice spring Suit see R L Jennings and Co They repre sent leading houses and can please youMrs Mattie Ely has returned from Louisville with a nice line of milline ry While there she secured a com petent trimmer Mrs Lucy Wearen died on the 19th of consumption after funeral services by Rev Huston she was laid to rest in the family burying ground The wheat and grass in this section is looking better than it did in the part of May last year prospects were never better for a good crop of bothW D Oldham of Richmond is to know if Paint Lick has any more clerks for him he has two of the best clerks Paint Lick ever had Miss Callie Adams and James Butner Mrs E visiting J to Whitley 5c daughters t S visiting 1 Morrow Duncan arc Jennie latter anxious r X We wish to call X your attention to 0 O the fact that T are prepared to give you the Q Paintinif 0 S and S REPAIRING 0 0 have ever done Q Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work WJ Romans COL NALL NOT RUN Say III Informrilon From Farming Klemeiit All Over The State I that Hubert Vrcelantl Will Be Nominated By lug Vote For missioner of Agriculture Col Icon BNall State Commissioner of Agriculture who for thirty years has been one of the foremost agricult urists in the State and who is conced ed to be one of the most thoroughly posted men as to farming interests in Kentucky has announced to his friends that at the expiration of his present term of office he will return to his old home to live Under the Con stitution he is rot eligible for reelec tion and will return to private life Col Nail has organized more farmers institutes than any other the State ever had and he has been of the leaders in the good roads movementCol in an interview last week said he was taking no active part in the selection of his successor as that was a duty which devolved upon the Democratic farmers of the State but when asked for his opinion on the race he said he personally was going to vote for Hubert Vreeland because he believed him to be not only the best qualified but by far a more aggressive man than the others and by reason of his experience as assistance in charge of the office would not have to his time learning the routine and would be in a better position next winter to secure favorable legislation for the farmer such as good roads and many other things that are needed with all of which he is thoroughly conversant Col Nail said that from what he could hear from the farmers and others with whom he came in con tact there was not the slightest doubt in his mind about the nomination of Mr Vreeland by one of the largest majorities that would be received in any of the laces for State ollice but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens the lungs and affords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia Refuse substitutes C C J E Stormes 1m I am standing my registered Jersey Bull at SI cash 320tf I have sold all my old shop fixtures and purchased an entire new outfit which enables me to do the very best work obtained in an uptodate shoe shop With new tools and stock you can rest assured that you willget the best work Rates reasonable Gallon me at old stand over bowling alley t f T J Hatcher 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 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 Hamilton jlG2m Easter Entertainment The Baptist Helping Hand Society will give an Easter bazar and exchange Saturday April 11th Easter eggs a specialty tf You cannot make your heart a cess pool without giving your life an ill odorSEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by one bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy When I had an attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry Editpr of the Enterprise Shortville N Y This is truth I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a of this remedy and when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose and It seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its pains To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable sur prise is putting it very mildly I had no idea that it would or could knock out the grip simply because I had ne ver tried it for such a purpose but It did and it seemed with the second at tack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be less of duration but the pains were far less severe and I had not used the contents of one bottle he fore Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all druggists 1 May w e 2 2 Best Cal riaB 0 we o 2 2- o O Com- Commissioner roeumollla Followw a Cold tn R L Elkin I the honest vOPOOOOO JO0000000000 0 0- f 0 0 o 0 0 0 00000000000000 TILL one consume BrandNOW Chamberlains teaspoonful accompanying Danger of A cold at this time if neglected is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and even when the pa tlent has recovered lungs are weak ened them peculiarly susceot ible to the consump tion Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal and strenghen the lungs and prevents pneumonia CC JEStormes 1m All the world loves a lover but if the lover attempts to reciprocate he gets into trouble with his best girl right away The first duty of a husband is to learn to hold his tongue the second is to learn to hold the baby Raw or Inflamed Yeild quickly to the wonderful cur ative and healing qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar It prevents and consumption from a hard cold settled on the lungs C C J E lm A physician says whiskey drinking weakens the eyes Perhaps it does but consider how it the breath It Saved His Leg P A Danforth of La Grange Ga suffered for six months with a running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers Wonnds and Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 5 cts Sold by R E McRoberts lm When you kiss a girl with freckles they never taste the way they look they would More Riots Disturbances of strikeers are not nearly as grave as an indivdual disor der of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be follow ed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all round medicine for system It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 50c and guaranteed by RE McRoberts Itu 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 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 to 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 of many others and will detect the ap proach of disease before it has fasten ed itself upon the system Wishing you a happy New Yeafand 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 For sale by FP Frisbie Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at 100 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 see that you get them 123tf A man of wide acquaintance and good address to represent in Lancas ter one of the oldest best and Accident and Insurance Companies in existence Five hun dred dollars in case of death six dol lars 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 16 East Main Street Lexington 202t Desirable Property Having to leave we desire to sell our home situ ated on Water street modern house and in good repair Anyone desiring a nice home will do well to cell at once Terms reasonable- 6t Ansel George Son Tbresner GuarScott outfit of 13horse power engine 36x56 Separator with 25 feet swinging stack and Glendale bagger 150 feet 7in four ply drive 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 For Sale One Huber Separator 26x36 in ghod shape Will do good work and run all 844 worth of new belting last Spring Will sell on time til Jan I 1904 with note Leslie T Bradshaw N 22I4t Pneumonia developmentof Foleys 1 Lungs pneumonia streng hens frightful Wanted Health forsale conCluded Lancaster sale Complete beltand t J 4 ra es rundown satisfaction diseases cheapest i onus For consisting days price 875 r All kinds of IMPLEMENTS GAINS BRoS Realizing the desire of the consumers to obtain at a reasonable price we recommend to you our NODOUBTJAVA fill this want The style is fine the drink perfect Guaranteed in Every Respect Roasted by W F McLaughlin Co For sale only by CURREYDAVIDSON Pliisiiix Flour and Feed Store POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in FLOURMeal Graham Flour Hominy Corn Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed v Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottiaseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville St 0 It It It 1111 I I It It It I I It It It It It I It I It I It It I t A Strictly Fir tCla Colee I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I Itt I II I I I I I II I tit I t IIt II I I11II I I I III I 111 t 11 U t jic late Ito Seed Oats 5 5 CeatF Car Seed Oats TDt WILIERJI SON Load Northern It II I i il I I I I i n I I It uu u U H IIU U H ttH r I BSIy S Is my fortune said the pretty S maid of the ballad It is a mat woman whose name has become historic But on the other hand how many a woman of large heart and noble mind has been compelled to say My face is my misfortune There can be few greater misfortunes that can befall a woman than to have her face marred by pimples i or other eruptions The cause these blemishes is found entirely eliminates the elements which corrupt it It cures scrof J pimply eruptions brown boils erysipelas and seas are caused by the impure j tion of the Golden Medical Discovery found no relief 8 the little more profit by the sale of less meritorious medicines I He you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden j bowels Pellets invigorate stomach liver eOGoooOGG4 OO o6Go ee 3 4 0 d n G J tA tj fer of history that beauty has J I been the only dower of many a I I It I in Ian impure condition of the make the skin clear the blood must be made pure Pierces Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood and ula eczema other disfiguring I ft For about one year and a hal was broken writes Miss Carrie Adams xi6West Main Street Battlecreek MichftI s nt 1 a deal of money with doctors and for different kinds of medicine bUt received no benefit At last I read one of advertisements in a paper and obtained a bottle of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I had takeq one bottle of this medicine I noticed a change taking I three I was entirely cured I can well Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery to anyone I ftThree times I have cured of erysipelas writes Mrs Lolita Mitch eU of Adeline Street Oakland Calif thy using your after I had been under the doctors care The sole motive for substitution is to the dealer to make ia Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Pleasant I Face I V I 0 a face out a a bottles t- a similarly afilicted a 0 a and CurtisBros sold a bunch of shoats last week at 6c per pound John Kelly has returned home after a protracted visit to St Louis Mr and Mrs Morris Ross visited the family of G W Boss of Madison last weekMr and Mr Morris Turner of Madi son visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Joe A Ross last week is now handing goods across the counters at E G Creechs store 0 J is an old hand at the busi ness and is very much delighted La grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There is noth ing else just as good C C J E Stormes lm Messrs Ed Baker and Ben Moberly left this week for Illinois the former to work and the latter to attend school They are both nice young men and their many friends wish them success We hail with delight the beautiful growing weather The farmers are all happy and at work obeying the great Almighty God earn their living by the sweat of their brow The many friends of Mr Ben Bam are sorry to hear of the death of his son Mr Steve Ham who died in the Phlllpine Islands The many friends extend their sympathy to the family NINA o J Moberly LOWELL Ansil Parker hnd wife spent Sunday with William Hurt- J M Metcalf is about well again and is able to be in the store Quite a crowd from here heard the speaking in the Siler case Saturday Mrs Belle Henderson is visiting her daughter Mrs Niwland at Brodhead Mr Pete Spainhower has bough farm from Wm Lawsn at 23 per acre Stewart the guest of Miss Sudie Parks has been quite but is improving now The postofficd here has changed hands J M Meadows resigned and JM Metcalf got the office Mr Will Henderson has accepted a position on the K C road as brakes man and left Tuesday to go to work J M Meadows is talking about an auitoi to sell some surplus stock and not to quit the business as has been said Miss Ida Hurt has returned from Bourbon where she went to attend the wedding of her brother Ed ports a nice time Mrs JB Parker gave a dining in henor of Misses Emma and Carrie Archer and Ida Hurt A nice dinner was served and all enjoyed themselves very much I The Record only 1 a year it Miss Mattie hav- Ing andre Sunday sic It is the right of every child to be well born and to the parents it must look for Great health and ceivably great is the happinessHow responsibility and how that no taint of disease is left in the blood important r to be transmitted the helpless child entailing the most suffering and marking its body with offenpitiable sores end eruptions catarrh of the nose and throat weak eyes glandular deformityHow and not reproach themselves for bringing so much misery into the world If you have any disease lurking in your system how can you expect well developed healthy children Cleanse your own blood and build up your health and you have enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasures of life but have discharged duty all parents owe to posterity and made happierTheresurely reaches deepseated stubborn blood sive notF troubles as S S S It searches even hereditary poisons and removes every taint from the blood and builds up the general health If weaklings are growing up around you right the wrong by putting them on a course of S S S at once It is out by both old and young without fear of any bad results Write us case and let our physicians advise and help you This will cost you nothing and we will also send our book on blood and skin diseases TilL SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta G LEWIS Y LEAVELL President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre OROANIZED 1883 TIThe arras NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50060 SURPLUS IIOOM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIBECTOBS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A R DillY Pre Uemt JOHN B STORMES Vice Prat S C DBSNY Cashier B T f V O Y DIRECTORS JSJI Sarn fD Cochran Alex B Denriyi Jno X Stormes W H KInnaird 5 I i 5 a purely veg table in its effects and can be taken about your i i J J Walker T M Arnold 493 J BOOkkeeper bon medicine harmless z S J ut F Robinson Asthr mbry Mr Kidd bought a small bunch of s at Oc US Wyattand W F Henry are each the father of new glrs D S Botkm has a line shoat for which he has refused 10 cents a ib C II Baker has been confined to house for a few days contending with the grippe fer M Maupin and wife visited Mr Maupins sick brother near Kingston last Saturday and Sunday Rev Nol will preach at the Baptist church here next Sunday and also ecch night the following week Seventytwo beautiful pictures will be offered for sale at the M E church here next Saturday at 3 oclock Ev erybody invited- J T Baker formerly of this place but now one of the teachers in the High School of Temple Texas writes that the mud is so deep there on Main Street that all travel along the street has been abandoned One of his school girls recently toppled off the sidewalk into the mud She struggled to get out but sank deeper and deeper and had to finally be pull ed out by men who were called to her rescue Sad to tell her new rubbers were lost in the mud Dancer of and Gripe The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy ta ken all danger will be avoided A mong the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive ot that dangerous It will cure a cold or an ofthe grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drug gists 1 May BUCKEYE W D Jones went to Hustonville last week- k Mr John Bogie is better after being sick for several days Mr and Mrs W N Grow visited rela tires here last week Miss Hattie Jones after being sick for a few days is out again Mesdames o i and Porter Wearren visited at MrsEliza Saddlers Monday Mesdames Will and Russell Dillion of Crab Orchard arc the guestsof the family of W G Jones The Womens Working Society met with Mrs J W Brown Thursday after noon with a full attendance- J D Hardin returned to Decatur Ill Monday after spending several weeks with his sister Mrs Alex Walk er Alex Walker and G E spent last week in Cincinnati the buying cattle and the latter re plenishing his stock of goods Land Stock Crop There is a reJTdy demand for coun try potatoes at from SOc to 65c a In Barren county John Nuckols sold r E T and L L Elliott a pair of twoyear old mare mules for 230 There is a strong local demand for beef cattle which are scarceand they are paying fair prices for good butcher sides lard and shoulders ate skying on account of high prices for hogs on the market though the price has not advanced any on the lo cal market Chickens have been held back on ac count of the market being a little off in price and the prospects are that the prices will be stronger The price on hens is off half a cent J S Collins has purchased of W R Howard of East Tennessee a car load of hogs paying for same the prica of 6fj James Bennett bought of J S Collins 20 1050 lb steers for Richmond Register I Lazarus Altsheler Co of Horse Cave bought of J R Chaney of Rich Pond Warren county 130 head of ex port cattle at 8475 and 5 per the sum total being 905765 They were bought for Simon Well of Lexington and will be shipped direct to Liverpool England The same firm also bought of Ed Lindsay of a few days ago 85 fat cattle at 75 to 4 per hundred Danville quite a hundred head of cattle on the market here Monday selling from 21 Lutes and Co sold a bunch of yearlings at 2560 Richard Cobb sold a bunch at 2750 Will bought a bunch of butcher stuff at 3ic Al Kenney sold to Jerry a bunch of hogs at eic JW Allen sold to Thomas Metcalf a bunch of sboats at 61c Joe Finley sold in Scottrcounty 20 mules at from 125 to 165 per head J T Mock sold a good road horse toM M Leach of Lexington at a lan cy price M G Reynolds and D O Lewis of Lincoln sold to D N Prew itt 27 100 lb hogs at 6ic Johns Baughman had his fine stallion Gam bruno on exhibition in Danville He is looking splendid and was much admired by the home men Grippe what Usually backing cough and a feeling of weakness often leading to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Fpley s Honey and Tar is gnar anteed to the grippe cough and make you strong and well t fails to top a cough if taken in time Take no substitute n h ALLACRlO I t I t Cold disease WmSimp former t bushel cattleHams veJY goo 3 hundred Trenton 3 AdvocateNot were to Sc Kenney Caldwell Monday After La general cur 1 Hay of I i the- E l attack Ic l never s CELY ICING 29B4 227 3i 15 hands high owned bv V T Noel arid V B lliiilih Uriivii hurst bred bt TIiu 15 Aniillaj0 New York 2L Y fSlreofTheKing2iri Nellie Bruce 2i8Ji May Wlk 2r2JJ iuarrt 2S5M The KDYOU 2r20 Justin Jl Dorado 2M7J Daisy JI227K By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss TIda 210Jf Marble 21 Claymore I7 Eoln 21 Kingbrlno 220 Doe 2rr 2iS Queen Clay 2rJyj etc 1 dam Amy 2 by Volunteer 5 Dam of King tsJTjtf and granddam of Maid 2 1J SfPatrlck S3 others sons hun daughters have produced Dick 2 Strongwood 2 Belle Brandon by llambletonla 10 Dam of Aray 220i Go of 33 VIImar 2 sire of 2 and 2 of George VilSes Klectioneer Hippy Medium Harold etc J taft Jtnny by Young Unccluis King Clay 5JI Sire of Clay a son of Harry Clay 45 dam Modesty 2 ssrti by Torn Wonder 147 2 dam Star dam of Artillery 2 lj by Ametlcan Star 11 S dam by Kmmons Duroc Clay lUng with any kind of stud opportunities would to day be in first of successful sires extreme speed Hi StUd career is practically just begun is not a horseman In the Info Orass State who does him its a wonderful sire of early and extreme man nt the Lexington track has son Ida get accomplish what hat never been by the produce of any other they have seen his stat quarters lu seconds and then sell for startling prices they seen his oldtr show as gameness and race qualities as those of any site ever quartered in Kentucky Clay King will make the season at my place 1 mile from Buckeye Post Ollice on Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at TEN oiinsto Insure a living colt sound and all lien re tained on colt for season All care taken to pre vent accidents but if any should occur we will not be responsible for same CASTEL Black Jack lal hands high foaled in 1S91 slrfd by the Mitchel Jack he by Crises Jack he by flub Lee he by bv Warrior Dam Castcl was Jarden dine big 1C hands Jennet Catel will make the season of stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky Kiver at to Insure a Horse Mule or JS to Insure a Mare Mule Young Sampson mnekJacklSJiC hands foaled in IMfl known as the Jeff Dunn young Jack will stand at the same place at Seven Dollars fwin stand both Jacks under the same term to insure a and all right A lien retained on colt for responsible any accident should occur W T Noel Buckeye Ky iJdf 1lf IirrJJt ff OOJtl fii m1 fL- rn fit i 2 124 2 Sprague 220J Sir 8 Is j locEver I I carllng representatives right l Hawk lie BurrU J- I 6 9J l itlIving colt ot It I k8 0tmrnJE3rrtJm lmJlffiri1lTh1fib R 2 i J iO Clay Sire f t ti I4 sirecr nod darn King F rI IE1 El F1 Season Dont make the man with the eye thecompassman of your church The best pill neath the stars and stripes It clenses the system and never gripes Little Early Risers of worldly Ask for Dewitts and take no Sympathy and sincerity are the sis ter keys to all hearts A small pill easy to buy easy to take and easy to act but never failing in results DeWitts Little Early Ills ers arouse the secretions and tonic to the liver curing permanently For sale by F P Frisbie 1m Loves softest words have the Bublimest echoes What lu a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding Piles eczema cuts burn bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equal This has given worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine For sale by F P Frisbie 1 m Self is the shortest and the deepest definition of sin A IJemarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by use of One Min ute Cough Cure She says Thc 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 strengtheded my lungs and restored me to my normal weight health and strength Forsale by F P Frisbie 1 m Some people cannot even trustrGod with their cares without keeping a memoradum of them The Stomach IS the Ulan A weak stomach weakens the man because it cannot transform the food he eats Into nourisment Health and strength cannot be restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength to the stomach A weak stomach digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses puri ties sweetens and strengthens the glands anh membranes if the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and stomach troubles For sale Frisbie GAMBRUNO 1712 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Baughman 2 230 Gamrose trial 4 224 also of the high acting horse sold by for January 1902 Sired by SlreofGnlnette2OG Weed Lorine 2 AV Cambrel 10 EyeJet etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 219 Second dam Mary Elmore dam of Cleveland 228 by Mambrnnelloaai Third dam by Star Davis i Fourth dam dam by Brown Pilot Gambrnno Is brown stallion 153 hands high splendid form and action and will make the season of 193 at my farm on the Lancaster piko 4 miles from Danville Ky At 15 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled Gambrnno has two lu the list and will pro style and high acting trotters o much sought after by dealers he having ed his racing qualities as a old driving Dr Sparks in third heat in 2S5 Grass furnished at 250 per month I will alto stand a firstclass mule jack at 8 to Insure colt Not responsible for ac cldents JOHN S BAUGHIIA Thono 2653 DanvlileKy repute substitute act as a often DeWitt Co rise to numerous t causing all bye F P 1 m I J B Stewart COO Gambetta Wilkes 219 14 tie 21 M Emma Offutt 2UU Jennie C 222 by AdmInIstrator I7 220 duce hIgh two year aliving r 0 crooked i cannot Wilkes 2 iO Lot own HALF RATES New Orleans and rerurn QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale May good re turning until ten days from date of sale with privilege of cxlentioa Ask Ticket Agents for particulars Bills will be received by A f Ford Judge of Gurrard County lor repairing the following TurnpikeRoads in Gar rard County Ky fir the year ending December 1st 1003 Quarries will be furnished by the County on Sections where county owns quarries where n o u e is owned b y county Contract must furnish same Said metal shall be kpn sufficiently fine to pass through a twoinch ring at its greatest diameter Said metal shall be spiced by contractor between October 15th anti December 1st 190 unless otherwise order ed by Overseer having charge of work and the breaking measuring awl spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of Overseer of diftrict for which the work is loue Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows towit District No 1 Sec Xo 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county lino with rock See 2 Lexington pike from Lancaster to church with rock Sec Xo 3 Sugar Creek pike entire pike with rock Sec Xo i Buck eye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock Sec Xo 5 Crab Orchard pike from Lan caster to O B 1erkins spring rock Set XoC Old Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix Hirer with gravel District Xo 2 Sec Xo 1 Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix Uiver anti C M residence with rock Soc Xo 2 Lexing ton pike from C Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock Sec Xo 3 and Sugar Creek pike entire pike with rock Sec No 4 Bryautsville and Cane I5un pike entire pike with rock Sec Xo 5 Beuua Vista and Kentucky Kiver pike entire pike with rock Sec Xo 0 from C Ioindexters shop M Dunns scales with rock District No3 Sec Xo 1 Buckeye pike from McCruary to Buckeye post ollice with rock Sec Xo 2 Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stotts store with rock Sec No y from Stotts store to Kentucky river with rock Sec No 4 Poor Kldgc pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill School House with rock Sec No5 loor llldge Pike from 1leasant Hill school house to Scotts Fork church with rock Sec Xo 6 Poor RIdge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky River with rock Sec Xo 7 Kirksville pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill East of II Wests residence with rock Sec Xo 8 from top of West Hill to Madison line with gravel District Sec No 1 Richmond pike from Lauctstcr to Gjnodloesgate with rock Sec Xo 2 from Goodlocs gate to Ed Walkers gate with rock Sec No 3 from Ed Walkers gate to Madison county line with gravel Sec Xo 4 Copper Creek pike entire pike with gravel No 5 Crab Orchard pike from 0 B Perkins to county line with rock Sec XoC Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmores gate with rock Sec Xb7 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 will be required for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall DC approved by theCourt and said will present with his bid the name of his proposed surets or sureties The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Wednesday April 1st 1U03 The reserves the right to reject any and all bids Done by order of Fiscal Court A D FORD Judge Garrard Co HALF RATESto New Orleans and return via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale April 11 12 13 returning until April 19 1903 Priv ilege extention Ask Ticket for particulars e to via I 2 3 4 NOTICE B I l lira Jenkins Nol bidder the f Agent i ldWanted loc ta- I ec ull goo o I e have just returned with hOVIQ this ctiOIi of Kentucky Great care was given to securing the VERY CREATIONS and it is with the pleasure we you to see them SALLIE D TILLETS Sf8rw We use I ALL InPRorEjlENTS f and guarantee A Ve are in i te lmCrn the East iLiIve-i 117 LATES14 greast invite mv IJ iYox r2azo iOllERN PERFECT LIKENESS S LAiCASTE1t EVERY FRIDAY p5557 ama OX 3rzzcw A M AUCTIONEER a Sl Offers his servi GJ ccs to the people jr of this terirory Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed Leave word at the CEXTKAL RECOUD- ollice or address me at Lancaster WTKING Auctioneer I after my services fo those need in this line Satisfac tion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leade or ders at Record ollice or address meat Buena Vista Ky Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees i Asparagus Grape Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strnwberry and general cat alo iie on request Both phones H F HILLENMEYER LKXINGTCN KY NOTICE All persons having claims against the late Nanuic B Anderson are here by noti tied to prove them according to law and file them with me or my attorney V 1 Williams of Lan caster Ky on or before April 1st 1903 All persons indebted to the said Nannie B Anderson are hereby noti tied to settle at once with me This Feb 25lh 1005 Jno M Grand Exe cutorof B Anderson lately deceased 2 275t Notice AH persons having claims against John Itob inson deed orngainst hits estate are hereby notified to present same to us at the Farmers National flank Danville Ky on or before May 1st 1903 duly proven as required by law This March ICth 1003 jAMESSniMAX 320 4t WELSH j ecntors FOR I have a limited amount of strict ly No i cultivated Hemp Seed of a late importation For prices and terms apply to Banks Hudson Lancaster Ky BOURNE h ingwork BLUE GRA ImR EnIE annie J HEMP SEED SALE 263m Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it New Discovery For Price gg Sic 151 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It fails Trial nottles free df IERCEOS FAVORITE i VineS lEo v Or1 IOYS1TMPT1ON and I I RESCRIPTION KODOL digests what you eat KODOL purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troubles KODOL accelerates the action of the gas Inc glands and gives tons to tha- digestive organs KODOL an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourshes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL is wonderful remedy that is making so many sick people well people strong by giving ta their bodies all of the nourishment that is con tamed in the food they eat Bittlss osly SlOO Size holdlr5 255 times the trial size which sells for SOc Prsjircd edy iy E C 4 CO CHICAGO are the most fatal of all W9 KIDNEY CURE Is a I lJiHiiisiv or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOw and 100 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 Wo will call for your work M 5s N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky GAN Agent L ncaster Kenucky A KciiinrkaTiIc Cure Dan A Briggs of Glascow Ky says About two years ago I had so badly that I could hardly sleep I purchased a 25c bottle Paracamph and made not over one dozen applica tions and was entirely cured I can highly recommend Laraeamph for all eruptions of the skin and would not be without it in my home Paracamph relieves instantly and cures Sore Muscle Musclar Eheuma Back and Shoulders Bruises Burns and Cuts Swellings and Jnllamations Keeps skin soft smooth pliable Land in a condition being a perfect Anticeptic when used as directed Sold only in 25c 50c 100 bottles at all good druggists t f T M Dram MH1ZV Doctor of Veterina J ry Medicine Grad jg uate of McKillip Veterinary College of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so canine practice and otlice cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 D2fVILU13 KENTUCKY Geo Smith JrNOTARY PUBLIC cleanses KODOLcures relieves the andweak DeWITT IKIDNEY DISEASES diseases fl R 6uarantsod Remedy 5 I 53 H T rr Eczema andChest hea thy guarantee specialty office t F g1 LT 41Tl 4