You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central Record: n. Friday, April 3, 1903. Central Record. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1903 cen1903040301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central Record: n. Friday, April 3, 1903. Central Record. Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 3 1903 TlIEdENTRAL RECORD YEAR XUMllt a A- FOUBTEEIT BuggiesSurries Photons Road Wagons In Rubber Tire and Steel Tire We have the most Uptodate line of Vehicles ever in Lancaster r ALL at our STOHE SEE THE Combination Buggy and Road Wagon I J R 1HASELDNI All Around Th Town WVVV V V V OOGO P OOx e per R Clean up the yards Houses arc scarce Househunters are numerous The fish liar is getting in form Spring chickens will soon be ripe The Record is fourteen years old City Council meets Monday night Wheat is unusually well advanced Much building will be done this Spring Hear the small boy Want go fish in Sadday The whitewash brush will soon be called into play Ring up Alex Miller if you want to catch the trains The Record points with pride to its display of advertising Housecleaning will soon be on Give the good women plenty of room then The streets are being improved rap idly Dont weary in welldoing ye CouncilmenThe will soon put in his ap pearance The coal man will not en joy the joke Clean up the streets Take up a few idlers for vagrancy and put them to work on the streets The few sunny days brought out the loafers from their winter hauntsThey came out to sun like turtles Merchants are finding that the only way to advertise is through the col umns of the local newspaper- A robin redbreast arrived in town Saturday and perched upon a tree near the window serenading The Record office All the uptodate residents are go ing to whitewash their side fences and outbuildings this Spring The slovens are going to leave their prem ises looking like a back woods shanty Delighted AVllli Vlslf The young people composing the Last Loaf company are loud in thei praises of the royal reception they had at Kirksville Friday evening The house was crowded and a neat sum re alized very t SPRING OPENING OF Millinery Drygoods Saturday April 4th Masses of Meritorious Merchandise spark ling with newness of Style Immense stock magnificent assortment The banner of rHighest Quality J and Lowest Prices waves over every De wjj partment spend a short time with us and you will remem as a bright spot of sunshine in your life Come in and I berit 1 LOGAN DRYGOODS CO YA F Every child belonging to the Endeavor is requested to be pres ent Sunday afternoon at 230 at the Christian church The City Council should get busy and take more steps to secure water works If you cannot go in debt to the required extent get local to take stoclc Easter Opening Saturday before Easter April llth Miss Eastham the Danviile milliner will have special display of millinery for Misses and Children The C W B M Auxiliary will observe the week of Prayer beginning April 6th Services to be held at Christian church at 230 oclock each day A welcome will be given to all whoat tend Good Sermons Rev F M Tinder of Carlisle preach ed two excellent discourses at the Christian church Sunday Mr Tinder is a splendid gentlemen and made friends during his stay in our city Ilouor for Senator Harris Senator George Farris was honored by a special invitation to attend the exercises at the dedicatipn of the St Louis Exposition Press of business matters forced him to forego the pleasure of attending lag Policy An insurance man tells us our good friend and former townsman Capt W J Kinnaird took an application last week for one policy for the sum of 100000 This is unusual thing which goes to show what a hustler Pigeon is As had nit Hogs This is the time of year when the celerity with which garden seed comes up is largely dependent upon the abil ity of the hens to lly over the fence There ought to be a chicken law compelling neighbors to keep their fowls off others premises High Priced Lund highest priced land sold in Madison county in many a day was a tract of acres on Posey which was sold by the Master Commissioner Friday It was sold to satisfy a the Madison Circuit Court and brought the sum of 8700 Just For Fun The seinor class of the Lancaster High School will present the above laughing farce at Court House Fri day evening tile 10th Much work is being put on the preparation and a splendid show will be given Seats on sale at McRoberts drug store Prices 25c and 50c 42t millinery Opening I wish to call the attention of my friends to the beautiful line of millin ery now on display at my store We will have regular opening next Satur day and cordially invite you to come and see what we have The latest styles and lowest prices always Sal lie D Tillett It The Muncie Ind Times says Mrs Margaret J Cones 82 years old the wife of Robt Cones died in that city last Wednesday The deceased was born in Garrard county Sept 30 1821 All her life she was an active member of the Methodist church She was widely related in this county and well rememoered by older citizens here Better Than Usual The Danville Fair will be bigger and better this year than ever the officials having determined to bend every energy to make it rank at the head of Kentucky fairs The dates are August 4 5 6 7 and enough mon ey will be hung up to attract the best stock in the state Secretary Henry C Bright is a hand and a half at the business Advertisers We are always glad to change but it is impossible to do so on press day In fact no printing of fice can keep several hands sitting idle all week to work one day To insure insertion bring your copy in Monday and that will give time to get up a good ad We positively will not touch ads unless given us in time work day and night to accommodate people who can just as well bring their copy in time No Street Fair Mr Paul C Blum general agent for the Robinson Carnival Co was here a day or negotiating with the City Council to bring the show here for a weeks stand There being objection on the part of some the was pretty well sifted and the Council by a vote of four to two de cided to grant a license for 100 but the shows must be given on a lot and not the Public Square Blums company carries 150 people a brass bind and travels on a special train his are great that it was it would notpay to bring the Show circumstances so there will street carnival Blum Is an allround lever gen tleman and made a number of friends whit bere an ClimaxThe 5 judgment of Was horn In Glrrarl1 To We cant matter sIr so thought under l j Junior capitalists many advertisements citizens here I bend K a n a Remember the laughing farce come dy Just for Fun at the Court House Friday April 10 Harris Is ickle will show at Stanford Monday the Cthand Ed Walton is as happy as a TVn lUg Attractions Danville Opera House April 7th John Temple Graves April 13th Ralph Bingham Write E W Lillard for reserved seats 75c Special Engagement Ralph Bingham the best known humorist on the American platform will appear at Shepherds Hall Kirks ville Monday nigpt April Cth arc being sold rapidly and room will be at a premium The prices are 15c 25c and 35c It is not necessary to say anything further than to announce the date as Mr Bingham is too well known Sometimes Amnnlns The most detestable creature on earth is the anuonymous letter Scarcely a week passes that this pflice doesnt get one are two they are amusing Last week one told of a certain married mangiv ing his name who had become giddy and proceeded to tell of seeing him in certain place etc etc and the wanted to know why we didnt print the news Another letter we believe from the same party told of a certain young fellow kissing a girl while enroute from church giving names too If we knew for certain where those letters originated we would turn them over to the parties whose names are mentioned but as this could not be traced down they were placed in the stove We get some exceedingly rich and racy ones but no one save the editor ever sees them ANOTHER MILESTONE Wednesday this paper entered the fourteenth year of its existence With the present editor has been at the helm eight years No one made publishing newspaper in Lancaster and unless the paper receives the undivided of all business men no one ever will but a man can make his bread and meat that is all we want we are content to keep our nose to the stone and continue the have many friends who stick to us and speak in complimentary terms of our efforts while on the other hand there are some few poppin jays who knife the paper simply because we dont toady to them and their whims We can say with the pride that we have never run to anyone to do our thinking for us nor been led by the nose by some people who possibly have a little pull or position We believe one man who Dchavcs himself is just as good as any man the Lord ever put upon earth Another matter to which we point with pride is that we have neyer one line that would injure any ones feelings published any item that would cause a heartache to dis tressed parents or families or printed the name of anyone so unfortunate as to get into trouble or the police court Have you ever had any little matters you didnt want to see in type When we are asked in a gentlemanly way not to publish anything we al ways comply with the request The Record is not led by the nose by any political party Personally we take no interest in politics and vote for the man we consider best qualified for the office no matter what ticket he is on We have a contempt for any man who will stand say he will vote for a yellow dog simply because the cur is on the ticket This being the case The Record does not fly the names certain candidates at its masthead nor undertake to tell its readers how they should vote Our only advice is to look behind the scenes before for any man and if he is not honest a yard wide wool dont vote for him no matter if he is on your ticket The Record has the bestequipped office in central Kentucky as those who have been through it will testify We can do any kind of printing you want and at just as reasonable rates but we do not nag at people nor them to trade with us We appreci ate deeply the patronage of our friends always give them value re ceivedjand stand ready to return the favor The merchants have learned that the only way to reach the people is through The Record as the lIberal use of our columns will testify Our latch string always hangs on the outside for our friends and we are always glad to have you call Our list numbers close to the twelve hun dred mark and is composed of the very best people in the county We run strictly a local paper ly the Garrard county people are Inter ested in it We take ho space with items the world at large but cover Garrard county from one end to the other as our large number o letters go to show We prefer county news to town news as country people stand by the paper ter and again we would not to sell some of the town sages anything in tact Henry Watterson would find that a difficult task Bq trespassed upon your patience with this long article ao we ring with the promise to try and make The Record better than lug that ifits ever in thisshops pow er to do you a favor dont hesitate to call upon it Zjts P lark Tickets writer writer todaysissue has ever muchmoney andas publication- We greatest written that upand of vot- Ing and aU beg now up undertake wehave oft ii t7 w 0 Plate circus standing Occasionally support thoroughly consequent from X printing tile lie ever and say rt t S S S S S 34 S 8 9e ea 3usiness = T Seed corn 81 per bushel Bros All kinds of at Conns Old papers for sale tf Lenny RECORD office New lot of furniture on hand R L Jennings and Co Paint Lick Get your seed corn at Potts Bros 1 per bushel in27tf 1 per bushel for seed corn m27tf Potts liros Money to loan on easy terms J C Hemphill 43tf For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Gold fish fish globes shell fish food and etc just severed at Thompson Hemp Seed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West paint your carriage buggy c Work and finish at Conns Our bulbs have arrived Cannas dwarf all colors Tuberoses Lilium Auratum Caladium Gladioli Fern balls etc Thompsons Ralph Bingham is one of the vocalists and comedians on the platform today Daily Advertiser Kirksville Monday 6th Fountain and and the best fountain pen ink Jeweler New lot of diamond rings and studs 60 to 150 in 12 different sizes Thompson the Jeweler Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater 12tf See Conn before makinfc tracts for carriage painting rubbe He and nil kind of work 43tf Buggy For Sale Rubber tire in splendid condition For further information inquire at The Record offlce 3tf If you own your lot you can get the money to build you a house and pay it back in instalments which will be cheaper than rent J C Hemphill 43 tf To borrow 4000 at six per cent for a term of years The security is am ple and firstclass Interest payable semiannually and if not paid when due then that for entire year becomes due For name of parties apply at The Record office 4lt Ca 7 Miller thebest WantedTo guaranteed smoothest Stylographic pens Thompson- the Potts airing Wanted Call and Conns large stock of Buggies get price on same at low prices for such nice work 43tf Why pay rent when you can own the house you live in and pay for it in instalments You can do this J C Hemphill 43tf I have a good barouche which Twill exchange for hay corn in fact any thing but money A bargain T Currey m13tf New lot of globes and supply for gold fish at Thompsons gold rings just received price from 8200 to 8100 Tompson the Jeweler Try some of our fresh ground Gra ham flour put up in 12 and 24 25 and 50c per made 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 Boards For Sale Ihave eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Use Potts flour and meal and insist on your grocer furnishing same We are here to see that you get our goods We deliver promptly in any quantity to any part of the city Respectfully Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Full stock rough and dressed lum ber cypress and poplar shingles steel and felt roofing bet Jellico and New Diamond coal always on hand Send your order to R G Ward Phone 5 m20tfFlower seed in bulk Sweet Peas c Fresh seed very cheap We will receive our Tube Rose and other bulbs by March 1st wTH have full stock of flowers as 6on as season opens J C Thompson I have secued a first class carriage painter who a large experience in painting and I can carriage painting this you can get anywhere else anteed Conns Shop43tf loo thr gh lages etc and You iI be Have your Rubb r t es put on by Conn and see Conn tock of Bugg ies and Carriages you money 50 plain and set pound- S cks sacknone better oJ fat hashad jt e y u seas han A wo uar Car age astonished save der I have by far the prettiest line of Spring and Summer Millinery ever brought to Paint Lick and 1 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 re markably low Mrs Minnie Jennings Paint Lick Ky m27tf Brown morning neighbor SmithSmith Good morning neighbor Brown jfBrown Well neighbor Smith I went to town Ij heard so Isorty wanted to down to his stablis Im so I goes it and I find paint room where they givooi buggy the nice finish vou see on he has a large paint shop for tee ough painting I met his bed painter and he pears he knows a few thi ngs Me and Mandy is gwine to take our old buggy and have him ronovate it Smith Well neighbor Brown I will take mine too 43tf Our goods will probably cost 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 your Good yes ddy much racket abo tha an Conn him jest completin a lar x30 foot them nd like FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line of FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought Q for cash or loaned on for sums of 500 and upward 0 JA BEAZLEY I GO t tt Q 044004004000000000 00 Q 0 Merchant Tailoring Suits to measure from 850 to 50 v From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guafan teed Hrp LOUiiN The One Clothier of trice J i f 1 i Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unitl you 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 to buy and how to buy it Romans Elmore r ftY1I1 S ED S DONT You will Mare a s m R fiiifi fiiiri IiiiE riIiiiI Jfiiiii iiiJ = I r l3 i r I J J I I J 1 p hd Q Mistake CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster SecondClatt Mail Matter Lancaster Ky April j 1903 The fact that Emmett Logan is soon to retire as editor of the Times is deeply regretted by the many readers of his bright and breezy writings Mr Logan will retire to his farm and instead of interesting the many readers of that uptothemin ute paper will devote his time to pulling the bell cord over a mule We dont believe the hayseed will stick to Bro Logans hair at least we sincere ly trust not and hope he will repent come back to the editorial fold take up his pen and sin no more The constitution of Tennessee pro vides that whereas ministers of the Gospel are by their profession to God and the care of souls and ought not to be diverted from the great duties of their functions no minister of the gospel or priest any denomination whatever shall be eligible to a seat in either House of the Legislature This is right for if a preacher or else wishes to keep his garments spotless he must stay out of politics A New Yorker who was operated on for appendicitis was found to tain a few tacks knife blades pieces of glass and bones We once took a nip of liquor in one of New Yorks big hotels and the above is exactly what we thought was in our stomach a few minutes later Bro Harmon Stitt of the Paris Democrat says some 2x4 preachers in that county would evidently enjoy to hell so they could still make it unpleasant for sinners Whats the matter old fellow what you been Owensboro comes to the front with a Stradivarius violin As there were only seven of these famous violins made the Hancock Clarion says it can see how easily the Throne of Grace is to Bankrupted if all these liars are to be forgiven Hebber Matthews the clever editor of the Hartford Herald wants to know why the spirit of mortal man should be proud when common hog meat is selling at eighteen cents a pound TIs strange A correspondent asks Is there any difference between the will of a woman Well possibly there is but what does itmake the woman bless her dear soul is going to have it her way A Boston professor says that pretty girls do not make good wives The old beaneating fossil is a liar an married man will readily say The Richmond gets off one on the coffintrimmers strike at Cincinnati The Pantagraph should IJ L2J Sy a Louisville dedicated therefore of exactly anyone go- Ing eat- Ing ordinary manor very graph co- Q difference Pao L n l lllMt lH not jest about so grave a matter A citizen of Augusta has patented a device for catching and holding fowls So he has patented the race eh PAINT LICK Louise little daughter of Guy Rice is quite sick Wm Cottrell bought of Green Hos kins a nice horse for 70 Richard Gillen stuck a nail in his foot and is dangerously ill R N Beazley was called to by the death of his mother Mrs Martha Schooler is the guest of her daughter Mrs Jack Adams Henry Moore is improving his store by the addition of another room Mr Adams of Madison is a class of singing at this place A B Estridge bought a nice saddle mare of Mr Ledford for which he paid 8128 Miss Eliza Rucker and brother are visiting relatives in nie Adams Mrs Minnie Jennings will have her spring opening of millinery next the 4th The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs R L Jennings Thursday af ternoon April 9 Rev Lawrence of Lexington will preach at Fairview next Sunday at 11 oclock Mrs Susan Wallace has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Woods Miss Allie Arnold of Lancaster is the charming guest of her cousin Mrs Ike Arnold at the Veranda Mrs Mary Hiland was called to the bedside of her husband who is sick with typhoid fever in Paris Miss Blla Smith and brother Farris attended the burial of their uncle Wm Hiatt at Mt Vernon Saturday last Mrs Jack Adams who has been in bad health for some time has sufficiently to go to the country to spend the day Several of young people went to Kirksville Friday night to see the Last Loaf and pronounced it a in every respect Our popular young doctor F M Walker is kept pretty busy all the time He is said to be one of the best physicians in the county Miss May Barber who has been vis iting her uncle B J Lear has to her home in Decatur much to the regret many admirers hereLewis Morgan who had Englemans farm rented last rear raised over eleven hundred pounds of hemp to the acre this beats any crop of hemp in thi section Foleys Honey and Tar no opiates and will not constipate like nearly all other coughmedicines Re fuse substitute Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m in colored i Lexington conducting Roger Richmond spendIng Saturday morn- Ing Improved success returned Mrs contain JLJL JiL Del atStanford our Ilk other Patrio MM MMMMMMMMt Cemetery Workwhose deairing to erect memorials in the Spring i should place their orders and thus be sure furnish you any thing from Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument Work and first class Pat ionize your agenii4 and travelers expenses ljf arrard County Marble Works AjnrQD WruiTj I I I I HIIII It1 II now elivery a6 0 ij till U III II n I I I II III 11111 nili lliH n UIfIt J a- it IV can material guaranteed lave e r y y rEr are dad Ui report Mrs 1 II Eis much improved x Mrs RT Clitsnntof Danville wns the guest of Mrs C 0 Uceker last Fri dayMilton Elliott of Lexington was the guest of his brother Dr Mack El liott from Friday till Sunday Miss Wadie Lee Merritt has home from Oxford school was on account of measles Mr Raymond Haselden and wife of Lancaster spent Sunday with their parents Mr J S Haselden and wife Mrs John Ballard and little of Lancaster spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs Fannie Bryant We are glad to announce that F A Peake the great Southern Lecture entertainer is to speak at Bryants vile Saturday April 4th at 730 p m You will miss much if you tail to Admission Mrs C J Armstrong will have her spring opening of millinery Friday and Saturday April 10th and 11th Miss Bennett will be ready for the opening Come and seen the finest display of millinery ever at Bryantsville Drs J M Acton J B Kinnaird and Hugh Grant met at the residence of Mrs Dr Armstrong last Friday and performed an act of Surgery on Mrs Fletcher Ison The patient is improving rapidly to the delight of physicians relatives and friends Mr Grin Hardin near this place is dangerously ill with pneumonia There arrived at the house of David P McClonihovv a fine boy on the 23rd Mr and Mrs J W Moore of Madison visited the latters mother Mrs Lee last week Several persons have planted their gardens during the nice summer days last week Sunday School will begin at the School house here 1st Sunday in April in the afternoon Farm work is progressing very nice ly the weather beautiful and waiting to work Mrs Raymond Whitaker whose was noted in a previous issue of this paper died last week of consump sion Mr II K Sebastion sold to John a nice bunch of shoats at Clcts al so some to Mrs a lot to Curtis Bros at same price STONE Mrs has been quite sickJames Clouse has almost lost his eye sight x The little son of C S Sanders is very sick at this writing J W Sanders bought of Sam a horse for 80 Mrs Maiinda Preston of Jessamine is with her daughter Mrs Gabe Elma East fel in the river last week and had a narrow escape from drown Bro Gillian will fill bis appointment at Scotts Fork the first Sunday in April Mrs Luther Rariey left last week for Louisville where she had an performed which has proved successful so far We hope Mrs Ra ney will soon recover W E Spangler visited home folks Sunday Myrtle Cormney visited home folks SundayJim bought a sow and pigs of Ebb Scott for 22 E H sold 17 shoats to E L Woods for Clouse and W H Furr bought of Jim Coldiron a stack of hay for 810 J C Clouse sold nine shoats to Sam Anderson and Wm J C Clouse bought 13 hogs in Rock castle last week for 6 per hundred George Miller bought a ow from Sam Cochran of Lincoln county for Jim Coldiron has returned troy Clay county where he has been to see after his mercantile business McCKEARV Forest Curtis sold a horse last week to Jessamine parties for 150 Mrs Nan Kelley and Johnie vis ited Mrs Mary Kelley last week J B Saunders bought a nice bunch of hogs from John Saunders at GJcts Mr and Mrs Alex Layton and baby visited Mrs Mary Kelley last Satur day Waddle of Somerset is visiting her children Roy and Will Beazley Mr and Mrs Elisha Forbes visited his brother John Forbes at Hyatts ville last week Herbert Gullie and wife visited Mr Ike at Bryantsville and Samuel Kellie family left last week to make their new home in Campbellsville Ky Mrs John Askins returned from Ind last Thursday accompaned by her fath er and mother Mr and Mrs Hisey Foleys Kidney Cure kidneys and bladder alright Dont delay tak ing Sold by C C J EStormes 1 m with the paper kicks the least i LrE I IWo r turned suspended 25c morn- Ing everybody illness Sanders and G W Preston Preston InK operation Gc per lb J C Cornett for 4475 30 t son MrsHayden Saturday and makes t 40 t f 40V liliYAliIBl laughter attend 15c and NINA 4 Anderson 4 FLATWOODS Walker p and Mrs Sunday Tbewhoaj9ends naost money r 3 IJUCKKVE Mrs Iero4 lay relatives in Mercer county Alex Walker sold to Ambrose Ad suns one black marc for 80 Mr Lloyd Sindcrsof Stone was over to see one of our pretty girls Sunday Thos Anderson of your city bought of Joseph Simpson a nice bunch of last week Saunders Walker bought a car load of hogs paying from C to Cic of different parties Mrs J A Amon and brother and son Willie Rice are visiting in Crab Orchard and Stanford Grillln Ilardin who lived on Back Creek died Sunday night with was buried here Monday noon Mr and Mrs J T Hardin of Sugar Creek visited parents Mr and Mrs Mike Ray the latter part of the week Mrs L F Brown gave a dining Fri day the 27th ult in honor of Mr Logans 84th birthday Many friends and relatives were present to partake of the bountiful dinner which was delightfully served The guests from a distance were his son Mr Logan and friend Dr II M Marsce of Danville H T Logan and William Jones and Miss Hattie Arnold ofLan caster and Misses Mary and Lizzie Askins of Buena Vista Mi Logan is the father of J M and H T Logan of your city BEUNA VISTA n Smith sold to Smith Ison one year old mule for 98 Chas Scott sold a horse to Joseph Jordon of Atlanta for S125 Miss Norman of Mercer was over last week soliciting music pupils She began teaching Saturday Mr William Christopher and ter Miss Florence attended the of Mrs Mary Wheeler at Bohon unday Miss Virginia King of Jessamine Institute and brother Ray of Threl kelds private school spent Sunday with their parents Misses Katie Ilaselden of near Dan ville and Hattie Smith of Bugin were guests at Messrs Henry and James Smiths last week SWEENEY Ely Cox sold a horse for S70 Mrs Elwards is on the sick list Mr Ely Cox bought a horse for 16 Born to the wife ofJack Edward a fine girl W M Rothwell is malting a great success painting at Lancaster Mr Clayton and Nelson Marsecspent Saturday and Sunday at Mt Ilebourn LOWELL Robert Archer was here Tuesday Mr and Mrs J D Harden spent Sun day with Mrs W L Howe Hove has been quite sick for several days but is improving Mrs Belle Henderson has returned from Rfbdbead and reports a deliget ful visit Robert brown has moved back from Richmond and will live with his lath er the rest of his days Wm Hurt Jr is suffering with He went to Lancaster Wed nesday to see Dr Kinnaird J M Meddows has returned from the city of Louisville where he went to buy a large stock of spring goods Mr J S Burrows has returned from Chronic Bronchitis Cured For ten years I had chronic so bad that at times I could hardly speak above a whisper writes Mr Joseph Coffman of Montmorenci Ind I tried all remedies available but with no success Fortunately my employer suggested that I try Foleys Honey and Tar Its effect was almost miraculous and I am now cured of the disease On my recommendation many people have used Foleys Honey and Tar and always with satisfaction Sold by CO J E Stormes r rand cattle little relatives pneumonia the latters Timothy I funeral I W L rheumatism spendingEarle bronchitis 1 m s are vsiting after Elijah C lout irs r S 1 1 i I A Great bcrtial3U f There vus n spisatiun isi le s L vine lad when V Ji Brown of Ujiu place who was expected to rile h his life saved by Dr Kings New I cowry for Consumption He writ I endured agonies fro tj Asthma but your New Discoyery gave i me Immediate relief and soon thereaf ter effected a complete cure Similar p cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous by McRoberts druggist Trial bottles free 1 m Fine clothes may not make the wife but they often unmake the husband Knhbetl tlio A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes tongue coated pain continually In back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guar anteed at Mclloberts drug store lin The older a girl gets the more re spect she has for the wisdom of her mother j A fflioiiKhtfuI Man M INI Austin of Winchettcr Ind knew what to po in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help tier He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at McRoberts drug jstore If there is any petty mcancss about a woman it is sure to crop out at a euchre party S Slukes ji Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by McRoberts druggist 1 m When a man is in love he doesnt know the difference a brass band and a hand organ Hue Notice is Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve on the market that is made from the pure tin adulterated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yeifd to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counter feits Those persons who get the gen uine DC Witts Witch Hazel Salve arc never disappointed because it cures Sold by C C J E Stormes i in Most connubial ties seem to be bow least they pull out easy Good for Cltiltlren to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it docs not pass immediately into but takes effect right at the scat of the trobble It draws out the in flammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure and lifesustaing oxygen to the blood and tissues 1 m The solemnest man always turns first to the jokes The road to success is open to all but too many want to get there without the trouble of going Ilieumonln l flubbed of Terrors X by Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the 0 racking cough and heals and strength ens the lungs If taken in time will prevent an attack of pneumonia Re 0 fuse substitutes Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m v A man never fully feels the pangs of A poverty until he has to come from a 10cents cigars to the 2 anickle brand ill 1 m r bet een tf I knotsat Thepleasant the stomach Its E 0 big rnitcrable sandGuaranteed z L rave follows sunken s C life givurg r S down r s f i l 0 0 OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION l yoUR 18 ooc 0- VBHICLBS o t 0 8 Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever to show The Very Latest in the Vehicle Line Our experience ol over 20 years knowing what to buy and V how to buy will be worth you we Vbuy in lots for cash You get the benefit V KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright 1 Danville Kentucky O 1 Yj I t d Now In Stock It Nov lties I tsomthing to Remember 1 attempted vOver Two UM re car i fc f j Dont Be OUR Is proving the Biggest Sale ever held in in our town Our big 6000 stock of General 5 Merchandise is going like e Hot Cakes f Will take country produce or cash Dont wait til the best things are gone but come now PAINT LICK 1 Those indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be wound upA Vr1 FL E LS jic f T00 L tBW f lr n nrlU Jtta w t SiJ l F h I f Vqr rlll First rflLlli bat I z I JfltJ t hD bOa 1 tr I fE r rrtJ S fy s H r s i S rii rntr rt t li 1 t 2 t The greatest Headache Curer Sold at We want to sell your OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call See Us Our Prices arc Right Everything In The Paint FrisMes Drug Store I o t 11E2J f tf 1 N 1 Ot Eij S k in G DRUG M ROt8tR m S STORE you 0 PAINT 0 fi r ter csy o o v I I O 00000 000000000000000000000 000OOOOCy 0 2 0 0 6 0 0 9 e 0 till Lutes 00000000000000000 00000000000000000000 W S BEAZLEY Beazly Sfe ParisI OOIeo Thorny lr store Danville st qc PARIS Dentists prey sons B H f Pi s M mffTJl B n m fr tf Q Q 1 W jl I 0J r ItJ J tJ H I UJ O p J d1 F0 p O g 0 J 0 8 il 0iM j rr1I urm t D tiQF Q oQ jI Q r S WI flQ w2 l D Q 0 For Circuit Clerk Wo are nnthorlzeiVto annonncc W Ilamit a candidate for nomination for the office oLClerk of the Garrafcl Circuit Court subject tothc action of the Democratic party papers for sale Lenny Miller at The Record office j ton as Old J Richmond Champion Drills Sow HEM P Evenly and It comes up evenly Perth zer attachment See the peculiar bouble disc BUFFALOPITTS Cutting Harrow DurableLight Strong A Perfect Implement K F PDSTL EASTER OPENING Au elaborate display of PATTERN HATS at Noel Sisters Millinery Parlors J Saturday April 4th Everybody Cordially Invited 1Ii gr t Perfectly E U t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t I I i 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I It I r z xl Y R Y t 1 c fit-s F Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings end Goings by Those Wz Are In Senator George Farris is at home Mr W 0 for Vir ginla to locate Louis Landram was in Danville and Lexington Friday W B Burton attended court at Richmond Monday Mr Shirley Elkin has accepted a po sition in Middlesboro Herbert Kinnaird was in Lexington Friday talking insurance Miss Christine Bradley has been visi ting Miss Florence Burnside Misses Julia Mae and Nannie Gaines of Danville visited here Friday Miss Rella Arnold is visiting Mrs Burdett Ramsey of Paint Lick Miss Irene Simpson has been the guest of friends in Nicuolasville Mrs Douglas Merritt and daughter Christine are in Louisville for a weeks stay Mr and Mrs Win George have gone to Bristol Tenn to spend several weeksMrs C M Richardson and child of Somerset have been visiting Mrs J A Collier Mrs Louis Doty and baby of Stan P ford were visitors here Saturday and Sunday Mr Green Clay Walker is In Mem phis Tenn where he is thinking of locatingMisses Carrie Currey and Iheo Hcmphill were in Danville Thursday shopping Potatoes Onion Sets and all kinds of Garden Seed Northern seed Buy the Best Of course- I handle The VERY BEST H M TTTfTTT Dunlap left Mondy SEED 0 POTATOES BAt L u u 4 J lp r 1 i a I Col Billy Burton attended the horse sales at Lexington and sold several good ones v Mr John Francis and wife of Dar vile have been visiting Mr Alex Doty and family The Thursday evening club was en tertained by Misses Altie and Bessie MarksburyMrs Ballew of has been visiting her sister Mrs Arch KavanaughMiss Miller of Richmond is the guest of Miss Lizzie Hudson Dan ville avenue Mrs Mary Walden and Victor Lear ell visited Mrs Jesse Walden of Friday Miss Elsie Zimmer who has been very sick for several months is very much better Mr R H Batson returned from Chi cago Friday with a beautiful line of summer goods Mrs Bruce Misses Sue Rout and Pearl Burnside of Stanford were visi tors here Saturday Mrs A R Moore and children leave this week to join her husband in Bir mingham Alabama Mrs Dorcas Walker and daughter Nancy have been visiting airs George Robinson of Lincoln Elder F M Tinder of Carlisle preached at the Christian church Sun day morning and evening Mr Jake Joseph has returned from the cities where he purchased an ele gant stock of summer goods Misses Pearl Hill and Bertha Burn side are assisting in trimming in Miss Sallie Tilletts milinery store Messrs Jerry Respess and Fisher Herring are expected home from months surveying trip to North Carolina v Miss Annie Wallace has returned from El Passo Texas where she has been teaching She visited Mrs Joe Robinson Saturday Mr and Mrs A C Dunn of Danville and Mrs John Bright of Stanford have been visiting Mrs Simpson who continues very ill A beautiful picture of Miss Sallie Ross appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal She is one of the most popu lar and attractive debutantes of this cityMrs George Farris has returned from a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs Elbert Smith of Jellico Tenn She was accompanied by little Miss Margaret Smith George Harris who has been nites at Stanford was to give up the job on account of his eyes He is at home recuperating and will go back to the L N as soon as fully re covered Judge J C Hemphill attended a meeting of the Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co at Hustonville Friday This com pany is one of the most successful in the state and its stockholders have a goodthingRichmond Register Senator James B McCreary arrived home ington Monday night and was ly greeted by his constituents here who are proud of the record the Gov ernor is sure to make in the most august body in the world Mr J H Haselden of Lancaster is in town The members of the B T V club were Saturday afternoon by Miss Alice Walker The house was decorated with palms potted plants e forced fromWash entertained Danville several working warm tTf and sprint flowers Miss Walker of fared the most tempting refreshments and always entertains in beautiful style Guests who were not members ofthe club were Misses Mattie and Sallie Elkin Louise and Frankie Kauffman Norma Elmore Alberta Anderson Emma and Jessie Doty Mary Miller of Richmond and Mrs Our good old friend Judged Brown is quite ill and has sufiercd for the past few days Mrs S D Rothwell suffered a slight stroke of paralysis Friday but her many friends are glad to know that she has about fully recovered Sunday night Dr B F Walters was taken suddenly ill and his wife went to a neighbors to telephone for a She stumbled on the sidewalk and received a severe shock by the fall She has since suffered much pain Somerset Republican Frank Pum phrey had the misfortune to feed his linger into close quarters of a big job it was so painfully torn and bruised that he is lounging around town trying to feel comfortable as possible under the circumstances and we feeling like a Kfne widow who is keeping house under difficulties al most insurmountable and we are hoping that he will be quite well again soonDanville Advocate Mr II sold through real estate agents Lillard Berry the Gill property near town to Mr Joe Farris for about 8000 Pos session will be given the first week in April Mr Noel and family will re move to California early in April for the benefit of their health Danville Advocate Major William Goodloe died Wednesday night in his rooms on Main street after a short ill ness of pneumonia Major Goodlie was born in Madison county in 1837 and was a member of the famous Good loe family who first settled in Virgin ia in Ii06 lIe was a leading member of the Masonic Order He was buried with the Masonic service Thursday morning at ten oclock Somerset Republican Judge R A Burnside of Lancaster spent part of the week hi this city and left Tuesday morning for vicinity south in this county Judge Burnside is helping to run Uncle Sams revenue service and a more deserving man doesnt live He is an all over Republican of the Stal wart kind and if you to know whether Garrard county thinks him good timber just remember that they elected him to the county Judgeship for three terms besides to other res ponsible oftlces If we are not mistak en Dick began his public service away back in as Assessor of Internal Revenue under Judge T Z Morrow and he has been wanted ever since Two mischievous girls who are mem bers of a church choir in a neighbor ing town figured recently in a laugh able incident which is quite good enough to bear repeating In some way known only to themselves they became possessed of the subject of the ministers Sunday morning sermon and thereupon set about selecting songs in harmony with the theme On Sunday morning they were on hand bright and early looking innocent enough to deceive a brace of Pincker ton detectives One of them seated herself at the organ and played Faint Yet Pursuing which was sung as a voluntary Then the min ister arose and consulting the list which had been given him called for number 395 The choir sang Almost persuaded The minister arose and announced the theme Courtship and Marriage read the lesson and called the next song The choir arose and sang Triumphant At Last and the congregation began to look amused After praying sing number 201said the minister and in his petition asked that the spirit of levity which possess ed some of the hearers be banished Then the choir sang Hasten Lord the Glorions Day and everybody laughed Even the minister had dill culty to stifle a smile when the choir struck up Behold the Bridegroom Cometh and the congregation be came positively hilarious as the organ pealed out the opening notes of What Shall the Harvest Be And those wicked girls preserved their expression of saintly innocence and afterward decided that it was the most striking peculiar coincidence they ever heard of MT HEBRON Delayed Letter Mr R H Montgomery sold to H and Chas Glass some corn at 275 per Mr Clark Brown of Hanley was with John Vanderpool a part of last weekMr Taylor and son of Lincoln were the guests of Mr J M Vanderpool last week Scott and Mr Briny Dean visited the formers cousin Scott Friday until Mon day Mr Samuel Duncan and wife Miss Hattie Duncan and Mr Will Onstott spent Sunday night with friends in DanvilleMrs Raney accompanied her husband left Monday for Louis where she will undergo an ope ration We hope she will soon be able to return home Miss Duncan entertained a number of friends Saturday evening at the home of her brother Samuel Duncan In honor of their guests Mr Richard Martin Miss Ella Hill of Danville Fred Jrlsble doctor pnessand are T Noel want the 70s LIIUIII1Je JIIldclit throughout barrel Miss Leola Miss Lula at Pinkfrorn f 1 o- J c considerably vine Hattie a and I 1 L 5 y We wish to call your attention to the we are prepared give you the Carnage REPAIRING we have ever done Yon are not kept the use of vehicle long Call and see our work To buy a few car loads of ewes and lambs J Co Union Stock Yards Lexington Both Phones 41 432t Dont He Humbugged How would you like to change the wording on those calendars you blew in a lot of money on Dont you sup pose the people are wondering if you run in the same rut all the year The same amount expended for space in a newspaper would have enabled you to keep before the people and have a fresh ad every two weeks Dont be humbugged by every fake that comes along and then charge the money spent as for advertising Its not advertising as uptodate look at it Man born of woman is little mons and generally green His life might be divided in four parts As he starts in his stomach is full of pains blackberry balsam and paregoric and he winds up the first period by green apples and Sunday The second period commencing at 15 rapidly passing into the smartaleck fever and lie learns to wear standing collars smoke cigarettes call his the old man and go with the girls At 21 after he has bankrupted his father and blown in every cent of his own he finds a woman who is fool enough to marry him and takes in washing until she is called away The last period he lives around with his children tells of the big things he did when a boy and finally goes under making a momentary bubble on the Stay at Home We seldom pick up a local paper particularly one from Western Ken tucky says an exchange but what we see a statement that is going to Indiana or Illinois to make it his home There may be conditions jus tifying this but they are more often imaginary than true if a can successfully farm in those States he can do so in Kentucky Farm lands are as high there as here and markets are no better If he is looking for an easy job there he will quickly learn of his mistake If he works as hard and with as much system here he will make money just as fast as he can in any other State Kentucky farmers young and old ought to join in the pull to better develop the resources of their native State Learn modern farming methods apply them to the old place and look out for crops Dont wear the old farm down to clay and fertility as the crops remove and it will always answer the demand upon it Stay at home Dont Know It The good old custom of learning by heart has fallen out of use in our families and Sunday school and passa ges of the Bible are no longer by the rising generation But we should at least be able to find a passage even if we cannot recite Here is a list of passages whose should be familiar to every The Lords Prayer Matt vi The Commandments Exodus xx The Beatitudes Matt v Pauls Conversion Acts ix Christs Great Prayer John xvii The Prodigal Son Luke xv The Ten Virgins Matt xxv Parable of the Talents Matt xxv Abiding Chapter John xv Resurrection Chapter Corinthians xvShepherd Chapter John x Love Chapter I Corinthians xiii Tongue Chapter James HI Armor Chapter Ephesians vi Travelers Psalm Psalm cxxxi Bible Study Psalm cxix Greatest Invitations Rev xxxil17 Isa ivl Rest Verse Matthew xi28 Consecration Verse Romans xlilWorkers Verse Timothy Another Workers Verse Psalm cxxxiC How to be Saved Acts xvi31 A Rarity Sure Carlisle Mercury Last Monday af ternoon a crowd of between two and three hundred persons at Ewing Sta tion assembled to bid farewell to a company of about twenty young men who the State of Washing ton with a view of permanently loca ting there Religious services were held in depot before the arrival of the train and the scene of parting was and tender The eyes of many fathers mothers and bathed as their loved ones bade adieu to the of native home to seek a new one In the far oft West and many prayers them ori t O fact that t o 2 Best P 2 2 2your 2 WJ Romans Cook Iran stealing father forgottenEx someone man The Day memorized location chris- tian a1 started for rooftree L 4i Ov000C0000000000 Q p 0 Q sill 1D- Q 0 0 and Q Q o 0- p p Q Q Q G Q 0 0 0000000000 ooo0O000oti- yanted businessmen fishing on anything the pathetic sweethearts were in tears their will follow theirway r i for lunches They are Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed 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 hereto see that you get them 123tf Stamping for shirt waists and shirts All the latest Mt Mellick and braiding patterns Miss Lizzie Brown We pride ourselves on making as good meal as can be manufactured quality always uniform Water mill meal Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf One 10 horsepower Rumley porta ble engine in No 1 shape one Nordyke Morman corn mill 18 inch buhr with corn and meal elevators Will sell on time til Jan 1 1904 with good note 2274t Leslie T Bradshaw 100barrel 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 Our goods are 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 twill sacks make splendid towels You should try some flour put up in this way Respfly Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf I am standing my registered Jersey Bull at 1 cash 320tf Machinery for Sale Oneof the most uptodate thresh ing rigs in the country Practically good as new Consists ol 10 h p Russell traction engine and windstacker tank and pump hose complete Also good log wagon just made and rood spring O W Potts Lancaster Special Notice I have just returned from the city where I puachased 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 me last Fall so we are sure to please you We are expecting the patronage of all our friends and acquaintances and feel sure we will please all Celia J Bryantsville m27tf GAMBRUNO 1712 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Bangliman Gamrose trial 4 2 24 also of the high acting horse sold by J B Stevart for 3000 January 1902 Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 219 14 Sire of Gninctte 2 00 Weed WIlkes 210V Lot tie LorIne 20 Cambrel 2 10 Eyelet 2liJ Emma Offutt 21 etc First dam Delilah Jam of Clementine219 Jennie 0222 by Administrator 357 2 S03J Second dam Mary Elmore dam of Cleveland 22S by Mambrnnello 2 21 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam dam by Brown Pilot Gam bruno is abrown stallion 153 hands high splendid form and action and will make the season of 193 at my farm on the Lancaster pike 4 miles from Danville Ky At 15 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled Gambruno has two iu the list arid will high style and high acting trotters so much sought after by dealers he having his own racing qualities as a twoyear old driving Dr Sparks in third heat in 2 Grass furnished at 250 per month- I will also stand a firstclass mule jack at 8 to Insure a living colt Not responsible for ac cidents JOHN S BAUGHMAN Phon 2 Danville Ky POSTED The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law- S F Embry Price Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Grand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear Alex West J W Sutton V A Lear B L Kelly Bobt Gulley Mrs JHansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas B Henry Mrs P D Gill W A Burton J C Hemphill R KINNAIRD INSURANCERe- presentliFollflflfliCoijaiiies Aetna Queen Palatine t National Hartford CoHHeticut German American Phemix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe Nortk Brltlsk Merenantile t or Currey Da 2 t preferthe R L Elkin separators l feeder tf Armstrong 2 230 produce proved BAndersonR TT Broaddus btaLife III CIlfllaittiltClu I fr NabiscaesandFestnoes art latest fad dson 4 wagon t25 4 Hemphlhi Walden 22 t ill kinds 6f IMPLEMENTS GAINES BROS The J E M FLOUR It It t t t It t t t t It It t t It tit It It t t I It It It H It I 7 P af 1 is insured forI PURITY AND EXCELLENCES- old and Guaranteed by CURREY DAVIDSON Flour Feed Store POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in FLOURMeal Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old Host office room Danville st t i I t I I Phrnix 11 I I 1111 IIIIIIIIIllIIIIr Seed t I t t t tit 11111111I t t Oats 5 5 e ts Car Load Northern Seed O ts TB WALKER JlItU n II uu u q- It II It I II n tlTn I In It 0 ter a SOW li r- I GOING UT- h Shopping is not always the amusing would have us believe Many a women who must needs prac lice economy attends bargain sales in absolute dread of the eager jostling crowd which she must encounter or her back aches at the start and she knows that she must for her shopping with a nervous headache j Women who suffer from backache S headache nervousness and other the use of Dr Pierces Fa vorite Prescription This med icine for women regular ity dries enfeebling drains heals and ulceration and cures female weakness x My wife Mrs Mary Estes has been fl received great Va Was troubled back and head and i Tried all the remedies we could hear of did no rood Finally we wrote The dealer who offers a substitute for Favorite Prescription does so to gain the little more profit on the sale of less meritorious medicines Dr Pierces Common Sense Med S ical Adviser paper covers is sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps pay expense ofmailing Address Dr R V Buffalo N Y rakM TiSSSS5 1 pastime for women which newspaper m of womsltly diseases are 1 inflammation taking your benefit it writes Mr Wm Estes of Springgrove with pains severe pain in a wornout all the time but they ou commenced taking Pa vorite Prescription Took ten bottles ism in better before in a long time 1 tom only fl consequences s M feeling to- M wife For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc A Cincinnati seed merchant predicts that clover seed will be worth 8 per bushel this season and says there is a scarcity of good seed Clover contains two elements that are in demand by the and lime It is rich in the elements required for the whites of eggs W S Gibbs of Willisburg sold six twoyearold mules for G20 and one tbreeyearold mare mule for 150 Cl ver seed is selling at 735 a bush el in Western Kentucky and will go higher as the crop in Europe is a and the demand in this country for this reason is much greater Fayette Brooks of Jessamine sold one pair of mare mules for 250 one of horse mules for 200 and 3 of same kind for 30550 last week The tobacco growers of Montgomery were organized Saturday by W B Hawkins There are now 28 similar organizations in the State Mr Hawk ins is jubilant over the outlook for the success of theState organization hensnitrogen failure p irJ LfL 1 S The highest price ver paid for a trotting stallion was 125000 for by J Malcolm Forbes of Boston The next highest price was for Axtell 105000 by W P jamof Terre Haute M W Savge has just refused an otTer of 70000 for Dan Patcbthe pacsr purchased by him The otTer came from an Eastern man Wm Styles manager of the Tobacco Company of Maysville purchased 1800000 pounds this season and all except has been packed and shipped There is no cure for feather pulling except by more labor and time than an ordinary flock is worth The best plan is to get rid of the guilty fowls as soon as possible Minnesota has a law requiring al cases of hog cholera to be reported by the owners all dead ones buried and forbidding infected onse running at large with penalties for each offense It is better to have your hogs all breed if you are raising them for market as the buyer will pay you a higher price for hogs of a uniform type even in size and solid he will where all colors shapes and sizes are represented They are worth more to him because he can sell them to much better advantage when he ships them to market Several of our eastern Kentucky exchanges note the fact that large numbers of young men are going to I Continental 30000lbs colors than Anon recently o tone OLD PEOPLEDo not always receive the sympathy and attention which life Disease and infirmity should not always be associ ated with old age The eye of the gray haired grandsire may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any of his younger and more vigorous companions purelyimaginary Good Blood tetho secret of oldago for it regulates and controls every part of body strengthens nerves makes the muscles elastic and supple the bones strong and the flesh firm but when this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive health elements then there is a rapid decline of the vital powers resulting in premature old age and disease Any derangement of the blood quickly shows itself in an ulcer sore wart tumor or some other troublesome growth upon the body and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost constant accompanied with digestion and cold extremities sustaining poor S S S being purely vegetable the safest and best blopd purifier for old people It does not shock or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and stimulates the debilitated organs when all bodily is ailments disappear S S S just such a tonic as old people need to improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach If there is any heredi tary taint or the remains of some disease contracted in early life S S S will systemWrite and help yon This will cost you nothing and we will mail free our bookon blood and skin diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Atlanta Ga LEWIS Y LEAVELI President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5too SURPLUS fioOM B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leave J S Robinson B v O 3K HCHS C3 The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10OOO A B DUlY PresUeit JOHN E STORHBS Vice Prett S C DENNY Cashier JT Boblnson Aast Cashr R T Embiy Bookkeeper CrfV A V DIRECTORS y iaunl D Cechran AJexRDjBbny A C I rfnionrt Jno E Stormee W is F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold S 1 Z f y r 4 I r 493 1 S ii iinnaird- c L linols and other western Sfntos to work on farms They iteive belter wiyos tlmn In Kftitucky Only i very fw hnve efi Cu rk nun Ly thinking by VHIIIC amount f work and energy they can do equal ly as well at home Danville Advocate G S sold his line team of blacks niaTex partiesTliisjeani is unus uully fine appearing pair and has at tracted much attention The price was 400 W R Cook of Lancaster sold to Dick Gentry a mule for Kentucky Supply Co bought for first of Sept delivery 100 tons of timothy hay from Thomos Metcalf also 125 tons from RG Evans Ky Supply Co sold this week two mules to Geo Simpson for 150 one phaeton mare for 75 J W Hicks sold to Rodes Jones of Mercer a sow and 13 pigs for According to a law which went into effect some monts ago all mills for toll shall keep and use a scaled half bushel and peck measure and also a scaled toll dish If he fails to do so he shall be fined live dollars for every time he uses any other kind and the man who informs against him shall get the money which may be recover ed before any magistrate All grain brought to the mill shall be ground in the order in which it comes Tne miller may take oneeighth toll for a water mill oneseventh for a steam mill and onesixteenth for hominy If he takes more than this he shall be lined five dollars and the man whom be cheats shall get the The Chicago Live Stock Journal re ports that the demand for farm horses grows with the advance of spring However bright the reddevil and yellowterror may be horses will nev er be displaced by the automobile on the farm or in the rural districts gen erally And the present demand for farm chunks is an infallible indication that a corn crop calculated to be a breaker if it reaches full maturi ty is to be planted this year As population increases the resources of the farm are more heavily taxed and the farmer cannot do his work well withoutthe aid of the horse It is one thing to dream about the near ap proach of the horseless age but quite another thing to stand face to face with such a dreary period in the worlds developmentFor and constipation Theres nothing better in creation Than Little Early Risers the famous little pill They always effect a cure and save doctor bills Little Early Risers are different from all other pills They do not weaken the system but act as a tonic to the tissues by arousing the secretions and restoring the liver to full performance of its function naturally 1 m The scarcity of hogs throughout the country is causing the packers anxiety The visible supply this year is millions of pounds less than 12 months ago Commenting this fact Gen Michael Ryan of Cin cinnati says The price of pork will increase There is a scarcity of hogs in The market There Is 47000000 lbs less pork on hand there was this time last year The indications are that this class of meat will go do not see how it can be otherwise with all this decrease in the visible supply of hogs There is also an decrease in the supply of lard There are only on hand at Chicago while this time last year there were 72000lierces This makes 2G320000 pounds less lard on hand than a year ago There can be but one outcome of this scarcity the con sumer must pay more for his pork and lard The price of hogs is now high with the probability that they will go even higher I see no immediate prospect for their getting lower SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cared by one bottle of Chamberlain Coach Remedy When I had an attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry Editor of the Enterprise Shortville N Y This is the honest truth Iat 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 ac companying pains To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable 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 Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all druggists 1 May A Sweet Is a never tailing sign cf a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There Is no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored In weight health and strengt and can eat whatever I like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet 1 m n I r aim try reo I lat I he Gaines hns toSanAntu a 120 to Willioit 55 grind- Ing record now than up- I enormous 2400 tierces at teaspoonful surprise n Breath yearstried Th manwho brings In thelongest obituary late a el nd 0 I t money- S enable before 4 of the was not always CLAY KINO 23if 27 S4 1 hands hl h owned hy V Noel and Y B liurton lioiso bred bj Thos B Armliate Kcw YnrljN Y Mr of The Xiiit ZWJ Xellio llmc 2 CUy VTHs2rJ i Uuxrd 2i 4 Tue Kuvou iuu JUsiiu jl 2 4 Doratiu By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Iitla 2 lffy Marble 2 Claymore 17 Eoln 219 4 Klugbriup SrM OoeZAVi 223 Qneen Clay tc 1 dim Amy 2sW liy Volunteer 5 Dim of Clay King 2i7inntl of Volo Mild2l JUJ4St Patrick 2 m other sous bave slrert IT anil daughters l ve produced Dick 21 l ZK Homelike 2ll etc 2 clam Belle Brandon by UnmWetonla 10 Dam of Amy 220K Coy Sprague sire of 38 Vilmnr239 sire 2 and 2 Sire of George VIlkcs Electioneer Hippy Medium Harold etc S flam Jenny l v Voting llacchns Kim 5Jl Sire of Cliy King is n son of Harry Clry 15 lain 2StJ4 by Tom Vond r 147 2 Star dam of Artillery 2rJlji by American Star M 3 dam by Kmmonii UuroC Clay Kiupr with kind of stud would to dny be In first fight of successful sires of extreme spe l Ills studcareer is practically just begun and there is not a horseman in the Grass State does not regard him ns n wonderful sire of early extreme speed man nt the Lexington track has soiii his get accomplish what has never been donu by the produce of any other they have seen his yearling step quarters in seconds anil then sell for have seen his older lie show ns much speed sameness and genuine race horse qualities as those any kite ever quartered in Kentucky Clay King will make the season my place 1 mile from Buckeye Post Oillce on Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at TEN nOLLAKS to insure a living colt sound and all right lien re tamed on colt for season All care taken to pre vent accidents but if any should occur we will not be responsible for sameCASTEL mack Jack 15 hands high foaled in 1S3I sired by Mltchel Juck lie bj Hawk he bv Imported Warrior Dam of Caste was Jarden llnr dine big 16 Jennet Catel will snake the season of 1903 at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule or S to Insure a Marc Mule Young Sampson mack Jack ir hands high foaled in ISO known as the Jeff Duuu young Jack at the same place at Severs DollarsTwill stand both Jacks under the same term to insure ti colt sound and all right A Hen retained on colt season Sot responsible accident should occur W T Noel Uuckeye Ky I J j ri1ll mlMmm jllbGl i 1 L Brown rr 4 t i 27 11 ral Idnm Hire of St rtl ono Ii fB Ii an awl I n fthe I mil at W r D m thomJack he Grl s Iee1 r11 1m Eim living form if any dJ- rrtJ WSi mrrn ffirrill 11b k- t1 Daisy I tr74 lB El r hobyltol Eli Eli The preachers of Louisville lime been lately in the hauitof swappim pulpits with each other A Baptis goes into the pulpit of his Methodis brother while the Methodist goes l that of the Christian church or Episcopalian is liable to find his waj into the pulpit of mix up as though there were differences at all This is what wi call practical Christianity remark the Madisoiville Graphic The christina who can worship in where except in his own church cal listen to no sermon that is not ered by his own preacher is according to our opinion just a little bit on Christian religion We believe preachers swapping pulpits we in church members going to heal the gospel preached outside their pews we believe in broader view along Christian lines and Christian liv ing The man who reads only the published by his own denomina tipn hears only the sermons nrcadiec1 by his own minister sits only in tht pews of his own church is very to become a religious bigot runs rut and gains only half there is in ligion A religion that is not broad enough to embrace each and every out who is trying to lead an upright life is a very poor religion to live by or die by We need i breaking down of many of the barriers that have been erected between the churches Truth of the matter is that many of the church leaders front seat saints have only about as much genuine religion as can be crowded into a mustard seed After La Grlppe wlml Usually a hacking cough and a ger 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 never fails to stop a cough if taken in ime Take no substitute 1 May An Important Decision Dr Hudgins Health officer for Car brought in a bill for against the county for medicine and services in a small pox epidemic The Fiscal Court refused to pay it and he sued the county He was beaten in the Circuit Court but the case was by the Court of Appeals which said the Health officer is entitled to recover against the county for his and medicines rendered and to indigent persons but not to person able to pay for same he can recover for services and general super vision rendered which was necessary to keep the disease under control and for those quarantined to whom tends No woman cares so much about the loss of her purse as she does about lot ing the lucky penny it contained Danger of Colds and The greatest danger colds and grip is their resulting iu pneumonia If reasonable care is used however a id Chamberlains Cough Remedy ta ken all danger will be avoided the tens of thousands who have used tIns 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 disease It will cure a cold or an of the grip in less tfme than treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drug gists 1 May HALF RATESto New Orleans and return via QUEEN CRESCENT j ROUTE I Tickets on sale April 11 12 13 good 2 returning until April I9lf 1903 Priv ilege o f vextention Ask Ticket Agentfor particulars r j i I i i i a 0 Narrow tiliileO no professed deli be- lIeve papers chris- tian either t tercounty reversed services furnished heat GrIpe iron Among S f I I I S Doit Be a shot i ow 13 like in- Cr I 455 attack another A 1liiiio At A Nominal Price Chicagos largest music house Lyon fc Ilcaly announces a Clearing of Pi lbs Tins is owing to the fact that heir warerooms are being entirely re nodeled Several hundred splendid nstruments are offered without re erve until all arc sold In this stock ire a number of Steinway and Knabe pianos and now and secondhand pi Inns including instruments of the fol owing wellknown makes Miller Mason Ilamln lIazelton McPhnii Sterling Huntington Vose Fischer j vV e b e r Chlckering etc elc In quare pianos there tire fine toned strumcnts at 810 SCO and upwan s En Upright Pianos neat instrmnemia it S100 8120 S140 8150 SIG5 S190 uul upwards In Baby Grands somn nice specimens at S2oO and upwarc J Nearly all these pianos were intended to sell for much more than these sale prices Lyons Tlcaly will send a list and full patlculars upon application Any piano not proving jiilirely satisfactory may be returned at their expense Address Lyons ilealy 1 Adams St Chicago Dis tance is no obstacle in taking tage of this remarkable chance to a piano for in proportion to the aving to be made the freight insignilicant If you do not al ready know Lyon Healy by reputa tion any banker will assure you of their entire responsibility and record of forty years for honorable dealings 0 as to avoid disappointment IScynml All Comparisons One of the many factors contribu ting to the remarkably rapid and solid growth of St Louis is the marvelous development of the Southwest and other territory tributary to that city in all lines of trade In 1004 there will be held the greatest Worlds Fair in the world The presidential cam paign will also take place To keep informed with the whole wojlcl you should subscribe at oncefor that peer of newspapers The Twiceaweek St Louis Republic It is indispensable to the farmer merchant or professional man Its telegraphic and cable ser vice excels that of any other paper It prints the news fully not imagma tive occurences but domestic and worldwide facts It is Democratic in politics but distinctly a national newt paper and family journal scription price of 100 gives you two papers each week 104 papers a year HALF RATES New Orleans arid erurn via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale May good re turning until ten days from date of sale with privilege of extention Ask Ticket Agents for particulars Geo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC work a special ty typewriting at reasonable L L Walkers j s 25 200 clearing adv n obtain charges- ar J Write at your earliest convenience I I Time sut to 12 3 4 Pellsibt rld c Urt rates Officeiat office fp Tinie Leave in LaDctster Nov 16 I S in tr Trains effect No10 514 AX No21 011 eM No22201M NoitiGrmr r For Richmond Winchester Lexltig ton Frankfort Louisville Cynthia na Carlisle Cov- Llngton Cincinnati etc Paris fFor Stanford Junction Leba non Louisville Crab Orchard Mt Vernon Livingston London Cor bin Sliddlesboro etc and intcrmediuto sta lIons IFor Richmond For Stanford and way stations I Trains run daily except Sunday Above is LEAVING time Nos 10 11 stop at all sta tions when flagged I S n u VI s r ie i rH Ever hOVQ lit thi8 OCtiOI of Kentucky Great care was given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the we invite you to them SALLIED10 L n ill IIIIP f S 0 i12ct20 I I We use PALL MODERN guarantee PERFECT L1KEMSS Vc are in FRIDAY J I Jte oxISrudzo02 i 2aC To htvc juit JurIci frrc Et l- iiLMc greatest pleasure see TLLT- Th Fox IPRO1IEiTS 5 arid I k LCAS1Eft E1ERiT A M BOURNE Offers his servi ces to the people of this terirory AUCTIONEER Perfect Satisfaction junriuitced Leave word at the CENTRAL RKCOKD office or address me at Lancaster WT KING Auctioneer I Ter my services to those need ing work in this line Sutisfac Lion guaranteed in every respect Charges reasonable Leade at Record office or address at Buena Vista Ky Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Vines Rhubarb and everything forOrchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and general Seat alogue on request Both phones H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTCN KY NOTICE All persons having claims against to law and tile them with me or my attorney W 1 Williams of Lan caster Ky on or before April 1st 1003 All persons indebted to the said Xannie B Anderson are hereby noti tied to settle at once me This Feb 25th 1903 Jno M Grand of B Anderson lately deceased a t Notice All persons having against John Hob in son ileoM or against Ins estate are hereby notilled to present slime to us at the Farmers National Hunk Danville Ky on or before May 1st 1303 duly proven as required by law This March JCth liM JAMES SPILVAK Gao w WEI 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 263m Lancaster Ky Nothinghas ever equalled it f Nothing can ever surpass it A Perfect For All Throat and 1 Cure Lung Troubles j Money back if it fails Trial nettles free H FOR WEAK WOMEN orders BtUE GRA NUn tnlE hereby Executor annie 20 4t Execntors HEMP SEED FOR I i DI10Kin9 i Discvery i For Priel j ngsls uud SOc ICO IERtE R S- Ei ifp ioN I I I p rap SALE iwfONS17MFTIOX I I LzL KGDOL digests what you eat KODOB cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach JTQi0 cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles t the action of the gas i and gives tone to tho digestive organs an overworked stomach nervous strain gives to j 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 strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottlss only 100 Size holding 2A times the trill siz which sells fcr 50c Prtjared only by E C DcWITT 4 CO CUiCAGO are the most fatal of all dis t KIDNEY CURE Is a j Guaranteed Remedy j or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 50c 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 We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky GAN Agent Kenucky KODOLaccelerates KODOLrelieves KODOLIs peope contained K iDNT D1SEASES eases fEnlfrV 5 I 53 H T L Lncaster j ft fYIo tti A I Cto tfQ II i tJ Q oJ g tQ- s r Q 05 fl tlc U t 01ci gj 0 I 2 rtit 1f1 UJI CU ii 0w scaClto au i I ct ro0 e U CHiC GEI OS aID A4 4 IVJMA g- c ci 45 iB t s n 0- g IdaACsy nox T M II Dram MHV-i Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad uale of McKillip Kate saur Veterinary College of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so canine practice Residence and of lice cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVIHE KENTUCKY it c II