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LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 10 1903 J RECORDPOUBXBBNX xoxraaa TIlE NTRALYEAR THE GOODS THAT We have on display one of the largest and most attractive Spring and Summer stocks of mer chandise we have ever shown Shakespeare says Lend every man thine ears and everyone g wants your ears to tell you the merits of his goods But as you well know nine times out of ten the goods do not bear out the story The loan we ask is your eyes They are the ultimate judges To their verdict we confidently appeal More money in this country by misplaced invest jj meiits and misplaced confidence than by other cause This kind of wreckage covers the mer chantile ocean and strews the shores of the business sea There is just one compass to go by one r anchor to trust to that is invest jour money where years of unbroken confidence has made mer chandising the most equal exchange of value and money Every dollar you spend here you are g sure to receive in return a dollars worth Cheap prices but no cheap goods is the foundation upon which we have built our gigantic business 1 I Ri1 the StloryI I islost any t Dress Goods Our line of Dress Goods consists of Black and Colored Silks Silk and Wool Voiles Wool Etamines London Twines Mohairs f Cheviots etc Special values an all wool Voile at socts a yard Special values in 36 in Taffeta Silk at gSe 125 and 148 Wash Goods Full tine wash fabrics ginghams madras oxfords lawus dimities India Linons Paris muslins organdies batistes French lawns etc at prices ranging from sets to i per yard in J b linens Walking Skirts We are showing all the hew ideas in ladies unlined walking skirts prices ranging from gScts to 10 Dress Trimmingsand We have the most extensive line of dress trimmings hamburg and Swiss edgings cluny and we have ever offered Hosiery and Un derware We are showing the handsomest line of plain and fancy Hosiery we have ever shown and prices are within reach of all You will appriciate our values in underwear when see our assortment Corsets- We handle American Lady and the Two of the best makes on the market C 1 I f Ivalencineslaces J I I you Jackson SHOES c SLIPPERSOur Queen Quality and Princess Perfection shoes and Ox fords are the best the markets afford We have a nice line of Patent and Vici Kids i n both shoes and slippers for ladies Miss es and children and our prices are the lowest to be had We also sell King Quality shoes for Men which have been pronounced the best up to date line and most rea sonable prices of any standard line offered to the trade See them We know youll like them ICLOTHING CLOTHING We have moved our Clothing up stairs We are out this stock at cost So you will do well to look through this line before you buy We can save you money We have quite a good assortment of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits and Pants and arc selling them for cost and in many instances for less than cost J I I closing You should not fail to visit our Millinery Department up stairs 1 We Have By Far The Nicest Line we have ever had and our prices are very reasonable JLLJ EE2I I i 4 Carpets and Mattings We have by far the best assortment of Carpets Mattings and Rugs we ever display When you come to our store you should not fail to look through Carpet Department up stairs 1 I I d our F Bargain Counter We have movetl our Bargain Counter down stairs where we formerly carried our Clothing We have enlarged this department very much You will find many useful arti dies in this department ranging in price from to twentyfive centsone j We are always glad to make new acquaintances and meet old ones Come in look around and under obligations to buy a cents worth unless you see exactly what you want at the price you want to pay j Logan Dry Goods Co I t i I 0 J j ff T a dont feel ARwwy- d I T L Of local Interest JUt For Fun April 10 I Many gardens have broken up You cant afford to muss it Just For Fun house tonight Fri day April 10 The circus drew a big crowd to Stanford Monday We wish a good one would come this way Judging from the new garden tools we see carried across work will be done in the truck patches The Junior Endeavor will have an Easter service Sunday evening at 715 oclock The public are invited to To Jurymen The money to pay the Jurymen has arrived and you will receive your pay by calling at McRoberts drug store County Treasurer The torm of O W Shugars having expired Mr B F Hudson was elected county treasurer by the Fiscal Court Tuesday To Corrc on lntn Our friends the advertisers take complete possession of this issue so we were compelled to omit most all of the communications which were ex ceptionally good this week As the C E had a busines meeting and appointed Miss Lizzie Brown treas er she requests that all members cGvie prepared to pay all back dues ffirdayApril 12 See list of unrecorded deeds in this issue Clerk Doty must dispose of them so if you want your property better see about having the deed recorded Just For Fun is all right See it at Courthouse to night April 10 Prices 25c 35c and 50c Reserved seats at McRoberts drug store One local painter tells us he has fourteen houses to paint this Spring As all other hands are busy prospects are good for much improvement The Ladies Aid Society will meet in the prayer meeting room Saturday at 2 oclock The C W B M service will immediately follow this meeting All are invited to attend The blasting at the rock quarry on Danville street is a nuisance but it be done Some immense charges are put in enough to shake the plas tering on the houses in China Brother lUlls Brother In a dispute over business matters at their home near Paint Lick John Metcalfe shot and kill his brother Ben Both men were married and lived with their father Metcalfe is in jail and refuses to dsscuss the affair TliunU You Bro Walton Lexington Louis Landrams Lancaster Record was 14 years old the other day and is even better grown in knowledge and under standing than in years The Record is an ornament to journalism and its editor to manhood Hemp It is almost Impossible to get hemp hands S125 per hundred pounds is offered hands but they are not The yeild in Garrard is enor mous and it is feared much will go over as hands cannot be found to break it It is claimed a machine has just been invented to do if this is true almost double the usual amount of hemp will be raised in Gar rand No When the two women were libera ted it left the Garrard county jail without a prisoner This is pretty bad for clever Uncle Dave but speaks well for the county The two white women mentioned in last issue were the only prisoners for several days Unc did not carry the keys for some time past leaving them in the constant care of some one else about the house Just For FUn The seinor class of the Lancaster High School will present the above laughing farce at Court House Fri day evening the 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 If you are interested in the school attend the play Just For Fun at Courthouse Friday April 10 A Wise Move When the Richmond lodge of Elks reelected Hon Jerry Sullivan Ruler for the third term they prov ed their wisdom truly With plenty of good sense polished manners bearing and a full stock of ready wit Sullivan is indeed a man in whose company it is a great pleasure to be We deeply regretted our inability to attend the election vote for him TO Correspondent Please write upon one side of the paper only Always sign your name Unless price is stated dont stock sales neighborhood jokes and NEVER write anything that will wound the feelings of any one If have a sharpened for a man go to him about it The paper is apobr weapon with which to fight r townmuch attend DemocratEditor I this workand JI I Exalted Jerry andcasta l- t report been Court secured must forthcoming Prisoner gentlemanly Avoid you knife c r- sk L7 Dick Bradley a carpenter and mer resident of Lancaster died at Springfield and was hurried in Har rodsburg His wife survives The pictures shown by the Ideal Entertainers are tub finest to be seen anywhere These alone are worth the price of admission Wednesday the 22nd a102t To Tobacco Growers Tobacco Growers Co offers fifty per cent more for tobacco than the trust does Mr W B Hawkins will address the on this subject at Court House next court day at 130 a10td The Christian Endeavor will give a peanut social in the Sunday School room Christian churchnext Monday night at 7 oclock As matters to the organization will discussed only members are expected Every one must bring a sack of A Nuisance The porters of the various hotels crowd around the car steps and yell for their houses completely blocking the passway and making themselves a nuisance generally This is everywhere else and theres no reason why it should be permitted here The other night the brakeman to threaten to comb head with his lantern before the could get out A policeman should go to the 826 train any way Newspaper Change Mr Owen Mcintyre has sold his in the Danville Advocate to Mr Craig Ralston his partner Mr Ralston will continue to run the Ad vacate right up to date while Mr has purchased the Danville Courier plant and will devote all his time to publishing the Kentucky The Ky Farmer has grown so rapidly that it became necessary to find a home of its own If you want one of the best agricultural papers published you should subscribe for it We will make you a good clubbing offer Change In Church Service Bible study 930 preaching 1045 a m preaching 730 p m Monday 730 ofllcial board Tuesday 730 p m S S lesson topic by Hearty welcome to visitors and stran gers By official action of its board the name of Memorial Methodist was recently decided as local designation of the Lancaster church The title is entirely appropriate in view of memorial offerings made in its erection and especially represent ingthe beautiful stained glasswindow perpetuating worthy donors among the living and dead Few fine milk cows for sale 410tf Lancaster Dairy I to Court- House The Burley Association growers pertaining peanuts prohibited had passengers Farmer devotional pastors llfe motion someone interest McIntyre c Church s The teachers of the primary class will give a peanut hunt to the chil dren of the Baptist Sunday Scbool in the beautiful yard of Mr Jno KWest April 18 at 2 oclock Pulling the After a pleasant vacation at Hot Springs other western points Capt Phil Price is back in charge of the day trains The trip was a benefit to him we are glad to note Special Meeting There will be a special meeting for men and boys over 12 at the Presby te rian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev Mr Chumbly will pre side and tells us the other ministers will take part All men and boys should be there Kind Words for The Record- e Louisville Times The Central Rec ord of Lancaster one of the brightest breeziest and best of country papers of Kentucky has entered upon the four teenth year of its existence The Rec ord has one of the best equipped offi ces in the State Its success is due to the able efforts of genial Louis Lan dram its editor and proprietor Another Sad Death The many friends of the family deepest sympathy on the death Mrs Bessie Baughman Taylor which occurred in Paris Thursday at 3 p m Mrs Taylor was a daughter of Mr and Mrs John T Baughman formerly 01 this city She was twentyone years of age the day of her death She was an exceedingly pretty girl attractive and bright Another sister Mrs Lyt tleton Purnell died in Paris only two months previous and the blow is a severe one to the relatives and friends Funeral services were at Paris and the remains there Mr Baughman and Mrs Bettie Landram attended the services having been summoned a short time before her death A Had Wreck Saturday night as a freight train was passing through the second tunnel beyond Ford the flange on a wheel broke causing a heavily loaded car to leave the track knocking out the sup porters of the overhead timbers Tons of slate came down on the train five cars to splinters The head end had passed out and the slate the train about three cars ahead of the caboose It took a large force of hands until Sunday night to the tnnnel Passengers on No 11 had to climb over the great hill and were brought on by a freight engine to Richmond where Capt Joe Arnold and faithful Uncle Henry Lammers brought the train on Rowlandpass in Lancaster about 1115 The wreck will cost the company several thous and dollars feocal on Page 3 extend indeed mashing lear More Bcll Cord dad conducted interred C This is the latest New Royal Style A HouseholdNecessity High arm automatic Drop head ball bearing Best attachments Any style Personally warrant ed Furniture ofquarter saw ed oak piano polish fin isle Complete line on exhibition SEE J R HASELDEN Merchant Tailoring Suits to measure from 850 to 50 From the leading Tailoring House of America Fit and Satisfaction Guaran teed H T LOGAN The One Price Clothier col i r 1 J Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unit 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 DONTc Make aYou MistaKe a CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster Kyat SsfondClan Man Matter Lancaster Ky April 10 1903 The Missouri Presbytery adopted resolutions condemning the playing of football baseball and several other little games Now if they will go up after the frontseat members of their flocks and weed out the longfaced hypocrites who play the bucket shops play the people for usury etc they will put a check upon a game which causes ten thousand times as much trouble and rascality as do the college games Reports of strikes come from all over the country The more money men receive the more they want nev er content at any time Then when machinery is invented to take their dissatisfied places they kick all the harder and complain they cant get work Man never knows when be has enough or rather never cares to be content when making living wages A Missouri preacher has declared that hereafter he will tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth in delivering funeralsermons He will not do any such thing and knew he was lying when he said For a preacher to do such or for an editor to write the truth about every subject of an obituaiy would mean certain death Chester I Long the new Senator from Kansas is an enthusiastic fisher man and belongs to a trout luring club in Colorado The fact that he is a fisherman is proof positive that he will make a good man in Congress Its a good idea to have at least one mem ber who prefers seeing corks go under instead of pulling corks out A dispatch says the Earl of Yar mouth will receive 100000 a year for marrying Miss Thaw of Washington A regular bargain and sell eh Thats enough money to buy lots of fine clothes but we would not give one days happiness we have in our for all the pomp parade and money in the YarmouthThaw life time Admiral Dewey says the United States has the greatest Navy in the world for the reason that every man is a man of intelligence Yes and Dewey is the greatest Admiral in the world for the reason that he has more good oldfashioned boss than all the fureigners com bined A Missouri newspaper man was from the press association for refusing to tell where he got a 1000 bill Even the small sum of 10 in a newspaper mans possession looks and the Missouri man cer tainly should have been called to Gunners of the battleship Indiana broke the worlds record by making so expelled suspicious account f I I I I I I I I i poverty Admiral sense r t I i I 1 1 twelve hits out of twelve shots with a thirteeninch gun at a range of five miles This will open the eyes of furreigners so wide that they will see nothing wrong in anything Uncle Sam does Senator McCreary has appointed Mr Clarence E Woods as his assistant secretary The appointment is hailed with delight by the many newspaper friends of Mr Woods He is one of the best writers in the state and has done faithful service for the party The Lexington papers tell of college students celebrating day As this occurred the same bock beer was put on tap the doubtless killed two birds with one stone The papers say Mme Patti is very fond of chicken Its a foregone that she is a Methodist HON W B HAWKINS VicePresident of the Burley Growers Association of Kentucky Endorses T T Hedger of Scott County For Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner of Agriculture The name implies a man to further the of the farmer and agriculturist and one who knows his needs and will devote his time and his energies to help to that end He should be a man who is a practical farmer and one of the sons of toll whom the farmer to honor One of us It gives me pleasure to say that in my opinion we have such a man in the aspirant for the place Capt T T Hedger of Scott county a man whose heart and soul is in sympathy with to better his fellow farmers A tobacco grower he is one of the first men to enlist himself in the cause of the tobacco growers of man conversant with the needs of the and one in whom the far place implicit confidence and feel assured that if elected their will not a10lt W B HAWKINS When a painter completes a job it generally always sticks Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder alright Dont delay Sold by C C JE Stormes 1 m Dentists in order to do a good must have a strong pull Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and will not constipate all other cough medicines substitute Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m generally does a good deal of head work Makes a 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 25c and guaranteed to give by McRoberts druggist 1 m democratic conclusion Tobacco Interest delights movement statea agriculturist merscan welfare taking business Refuse Thefootpad n studen every hid stiffer linearly satisfaction letS Cemetery Those desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders now and thus be of delivery We can furnish you any thing from a 6 Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument Work and first clasii your home people and save agents and travelers expenses JTlje Bounty Marble Works 8TANFOKD STJUJ2V 1 work I Ij 1 liIIII UIII 11 11 i 1 i n111 lr 1t I T T 7 T ri sure prom t material guaranteed Patronize array ti This 13 the time of year for BE PREPARED FOR THEM We issue a splendid at a very SMALL COST which will PROTECT YOU General Insurance Agent For a Good Cause The Ladies Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church has made with the Ideal for a performance at the Court House Wednesday evening the 22nd proceeds for the benefit of the society The company is composed of a number of firstclass artists and come very highly recommended The musical numbers and character sketches are exceptionally good Admission 15c adults 25 cents reserved seats 35 cents Seats sale at Stormes drug store and quite a have been sold Remember the date a102t Prof Elliot Resigns it is with much regret the entire community will learn that Prof MH top Elliott resigoed in the presidency oj West Kentucky College and accepted the presidency of Ken tricky Classical and Business College of North Middeltdwn to take affect in July 1903 For best known to all concerned mo public announcement has been made of this fact until now Proto Elliott has had charge of West Kentucky college for eight and has had the largest school in the of this institution It has prosper ed under his efficient management and has attained more popularity and reputation than under any previous administration Prof Elliott is an excellent educa tor has unusual execuulve ability and is a Christian gentleman of the hlgh est type He has been tireless in his efforts to promote every interest of the college and his influence that which is ennobling and elevating has lefji its impress on all with whom he has been in contact thus Mayfeild sustains no small loss in his His charming talented family so popular with all will be sincerely missed and will prove attractive ad ditions to North Middleton being ad mirably equipped to adorn any social position Jfayfield Monitor The Democratic Committee of Gar rard county is requested to meet at the Police court room in Lancaster Ky at one oclockp m on Saturday April 18 to appoint officers for pre clncts in said county for conducting the State primary election and for the transaction of such other may before the committee Each committeeman is requested to bring a list of all competent democrats who agree to serve as officers without compensation E L WOODS Chm MD HUGHES Sficy 2t FirstClass Workman Mr W J Homer the best piano tuner in this section was here and tuned several instruments He is a firstclass workman and will give perfect satisfaction provided h has firstclass instrument to work on If you need anything in this line leave orders at The Record office and as soonas enough work is secured to justify coming come to Lancaster and remain until through We cheerfully fasji fintrCliii and a gentleman 1 t t wt r I CYCLONES INSURANCE POLICY R Kinnairn arrangements Entertainers children now on number January history for departure A eau business- as Thursday a gei i r I a S r reason years come his be will T a TV Inchest v 1 e aioc rah Tbn ra I ninds Isjivo ndopui u rule that frnlglil cars unloaded within two days ora charge will l c made for everllme Since the great demand for cars JIr Locktiane the agent has been enforce this rule wilhureaterstrict ness A case growing out of these charges was tried before Judge Evans and a jury this week E iI Doyle was plaintiff N road the defendant amount in dispute was small but the principle in volved caused the case to be fought vigorously The jury decided in favor of the railroad Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUAUD CIRCUIT COURT Bettie Doores Admr Plff vs Bettie Doores Hrs c Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1003 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY APRIL 27 1903 publicly before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best the following describ ed property in the city of Lancaster Garrard county Ky on the side of Water street adjoining the lands of Noel sisters now Harris and Gar rard Female College now Lancaster Graded School fronting 111 feet and 13 inches byWater street beginning at a point 111 feet and 13 from the west edge of the alley east of said property and running back at right angles with the 85 feet thence at right angle turn east 6 feet and 10 inches thence a right angle turn N 14 feet 6 inches thence with line of Garrard Female College to the west edge of the alley on the East of said property thence west edge of said alley to the North edge of Water St containing about onehalf acre be the same more or less The above property is adjudged to be not susceptible of and will therefore be sold as a whole TERMS fi The sale will be made on a credit oj six 6 months bond with good se curity will be required of the for the money payable to the undersigned bearing G per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg upon which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court apnl103t Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAKD CIUCUJT CounT J F Stigalls Adm Puff vs D W Faulker c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its March term 1903 in the above styled case I will on Monday April 27 1903 public before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell to the and best bid der the following described in Garrard County Ky Beginning at a corner to the heirs land Gross thence with line with said Adams heirs N 89i W 137 poles to a stone a new corner to the line of same thence a new line N 35 E 54 to a stone on the line of B Gross thence with said Gross line S 61 E CO poles to an angle of a fence corner and a stone thence with the same N26i E 51 poles to a stone Corner to the same thence S E 31 C10poles to a stone and containing 37 acres This sale is made to satisfy the following debts interest and costs towit 815000 with interest at the rate of six per cent annum from of 6 oer cent annum from the 15th April 1898 until paid Subject to the fol lowing credits The sum of 10000 paid on the 15 day of November 1898 The sum of 3250 paid on Jan 1st 1901 The sum of 82500 paid on the 1st day of February 1902 The sum of 84000 paid on the 24th day of March 1902 Making due on the said debts less credits as aforesaid on the 27th day of April 1903 the date of sale the sum of 10917 and the cost of this action 8 making the total to be realized bytheed cannot be divided without impairing its value and it will therefore be sold as a whole TERMS The sale willbe made on a credit of 0 and 12 months bonds with good will be required of the for the money payable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JNO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court ii I must be obliged- to de- murrage and the L The North front line I purchaser 4 and 69 paidAlso mater- Ially security purchaser Alien I Ptisl Pxy Stnruwc stone B k 8 i Farm and Stock Tio local buyers piyiiifr lambs for June delivery j Jolin Hrcwerof Mercer county soT a pair of mare niules 275 Good horses and mules in great de mand and selling well W H Gray sold to Joel Depp in No bob a few days ago a good 3 old mule for8I40 Sows and pigs scarce and in good de mand from to 45 Cattle hogs selling from G to Gic for April delivery and Cc for June and and July W of Barren county sold two yearling mules for 8120 A good many tobacco beds are to be burned and sowed yet There will be a full crop put out in this section In Russell Springs recently Wilson sold a pair of mules for 8275 Mr Lee Smitha has sold to T B Ad ams of Fayette county his five year old jack Henry Clay for 81500 Mr Smitha bought this animal at the Lexington sale last week paying 81000 for Register Brent Bros received 2o000 pounds of hemp Saturday purchased at 85 to 8550 per 112 pounds Fretwcll sold and delivered to Winchester his crop of 35000 pounds of tobac co at 8 and 5c 5000 pounds at the latter price Paris Kentuckian Winchester reports the sale of Dolphin well attended and fair prices realized on the stock and crop The land was withdrawn at 845 A milk cow brought 840 two yearling steers sold at 35 and 833 one yearling heifer 1950 corn in crib 8320 corn in shock per shock tobacco sticks 85 per 1000 potatoes 50c per bushel If 5yc fur old fUll I 25 I II Gray recently L R himRichmond L J parties DemocratAuctioneer- Hart a 1 3 are faur year year 1 I t I I 4 I JABEAZLEYGO Arterial and Cavity Embalming FUNERAL DIRECTORS tl We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law Q Q Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward 0 Wo wish to call your attenticn to the fact that we are prepared to Rive you the Best Cairiap REPAIRING have ever done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our o f g Q 0 and 0 o 2 2 o 6t 00000000000000 G 0 0 000 0000000000000000 000000000000000000000 0 O p 0 0 all n 0 0 0 owe 0 0 0 workOO C E k9000m0 OUR STOCK OF VEHICLES IS NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Tlie TfiFyLateslNovfillies in Ike TeMcle Line Our experience ot over 20 years knowing what to buy and how to buy worth somthing to you Remember we buy in car lots for cash You get the benefit KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky UVOf Two Stoct will be i au re oil u i Dont Be OUR Is proving the Biggest Sale ever held in I in our town I m Our big 6000 stock of General i Merchandise is going like 1 Hot Cakes P Will take country produce or cash k Dont wait til the best things are gone but come now I PAINT LICK I Those indebted to the firm will please call and settle as the business must be wound up rr j r t41 tI rrtirrt iii11JI r t i- T00 L 5eI JIP lM fE i DISSOlUTION SAlE I out H Ev ry1hill at First 0 l E E o 2 o d rCost 0- qn1L Jemihs Coo t Your house needs Painting Outside Let us furnish the material DRUG STORE We sell you your PAINT JCST OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line Frisbies Drug Store r Papering Inside o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 wantto 0 8 o 0 S J f LJ i txiorxa c r arxao a IeJ J C lli 0 i err Y 0 1 S Office Thomp store 8t W G C FARIS Fans Dentists over tfr I1 eazly eons Danville For Circuit Clerk Wo are authorized to announce J W Hamil ton as a candidate for nomination for theofflco ol Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Democratic party Old papers for sale Lenny Miller at T office w t J ie Record r r h Riclinioind Champion Drills Sow Evenly and Perfectly It comes up evenly Fertili zer attachment See the peculiar bouble disc BUFFALOPITTS Cutting Harrow Light Strong Durable A Perfect Implement K F p o s T L E Dont fail to see our line of azs Before making your purchase Wo have the handsomest stock at prices which are very reasonable NOEL SISTERS J I n 1Ft a i I J AI 1 I I I I I I 111 I I 11 I I t I 1 Pa ern t I I t IIII II I 11111 Ii 1 I 1 I I I I HEMP I f Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wi Ate In E G Brown was at home Sunday Sam Joseph of Cincinnati was here Sunday Mr Henry T Noel has been for a few days visit Miss Fannie Doty has been visiting Miss Florence Burnside Dr Chris Faris spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks ih Kirksville Mr Uriah Dunn and wife of Huston ville have been visiting relatives here Miss Alberta Anderson entertained the Thursday evening club very Smith and children of Jellico Tenn are the guests of Mrs George Farris Mr Sam Hrselden and wife have re turned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasvslle Misses Ethel and Ollie Sandifer of Danville are guests of Misses Rate and Fannie Henry Mrs John Feeney and little son of Oklohoma have been visiting E W Morrow Richmond avenue Miss Cyrena Dunn of Danville has been visiting Miss Mae Robinson of Gajrard county Mr Charles Doty and daughter Miss Laura of Lexington have been guests of Miss Lena Bright Water street Miss Sallie Elkin has gone to Atlan ta to spend several months withfriends and relatives Miss Jessie Hemphill of Nicholas Potatoes Onion Sets and all kinds oft Garden Seed Northern seed Buy the Best Of I handle The VERY BEST here charmingly Mrs Elbert SO POTATOES H J t i r t t t course I M P BALLO1R i ville is visiting Mrs J E Stormes and instructing a class in burnt wood work Mrs Bettie Landram has returned from Paris where she went to attend the funeral of her neice Mrs Duncan Taylor Mrs Kate Powell and daughter Miss Jessie of Uustonville have been Mrs Elizabeth Simpson who is reported some better Burgin cor of Harrodsburg Mrs Faine of Garrard county who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Roberts for several days has home Mr and Mrs Frank Bacon of City Mo are receiving over the arrival of a little girl Mrs Bacon was Miss Mary Anderson of this city Burnside cor Somerset Journal Herbert Kinnaird of Lancaster representing the Mutual Life Company of New York was here several days last week Mrs Douglas Merritt and daughter Christine are at home from Louisville Mrs Merritt attended the spring and summer display o tailor suits and other dressy gowns and will be glaa to have the patronage of the ladies Richmond Register Senator George Farris of Lancaster was in town Miss Louise Farris of and Messrs Shelby Tribble and Geo B Harris of Stanford spent with Miss Nettle Farris at Creek Mr John C Siler has decided to in Springfield Ky and left He will engage the coal and lumber business and continue to handle stock John is a good business man and we wish him much succsss in his new field We received an invitation this week attend the opening of West Baden Springs the envelope containing the card of Will T Burdett Peaches as his old friends remember him We understand his brother Sam is run DIng a newspaper over there and Peaches is wielding a quill thereon He has many friends Lancaster who would like to sec him again Mrs S C Denny entertained the B B club Thursday afternoon at her beau iful home on Lexington avenue The house was decorated in palms and cut flowers All enjoyed the repast served by the genial hostess and the afternoon was a thoroughly delightful one interspersed with music were indulged in till 5 oclock The guests of honor were Mesdames J C Hemp hill J S Sweeney Percy Noland Duncan Misses Bettie West Grace Kiunajrd and Mary Gill Danville News Hon and Mrs Frank Rubble and Mrs ONeal who have been living in for the past six months left this morning for Kentucky where Mr Rubble will be near his mountain property Their many friends In Danville and vicinity will regret very much to lose them and of Lancaster wasin Danville day shopping Mrs Jghn Stormes and Miss Doty of Lancaster were in Danv111e Wednesday shopping It is the unanimous opinion thatthe most elaborate displaysof ry ever brought to Lancaster are those shown by the local dealers Misses Noel The Logan Dry Goods Co Miss Sallie Tillett The town full of ladles Saturday who came to see the many pretty of headgear and many compliments werepassed on es visiting Democrat returned Kansas congratulations Insurance Monday Lancaster Sunday Silver locate Saturday for that city in to presume In Games Mattie London anytime and warm Danville Wed mil lines M line was the well selected displays These goods are personally selected in the cities and nothing but the very best and la test styles are brought oil We would like to go into detail but this would take more than we can spare If you havent seen the hats come in be fore the prettiest ones are all gone Randolph wife and baby of Lincoln were here Monday Geo B Harris has returned to his work in the depot at Stanford vMr J B Carter and wife have return ed from a visit to Mrs J B Conn Dur ing that time Mr Carter spent a few days in Louisville buying up spring and Summer Merchndise Miss Frankye Doty who was called to Wilmore by the illness of her sister Miss Bessie has returned home Miss Bessie having recovered sufficiently to accompany her Additional Local Building Stable W A Arnold has commenced work on a new livery stable on his lot the Garrard hotel property It will be a brick and one story high Still Crippled As we hear many inquiries about our old friend InjunVRothwell The Records regrets to say that he is still forced to use crutches and suffers much pain from injuries received at the Franklin Institute fire He thinks he will begin to mend when the opens up and many warm friends trust he will Another Good Man Gone It was with the deepest regret that we read an account of the death of Mr Sidney Rowland which occured at his home in Danville last week Mr Rowland was a widely known man beloved by a host of friends It our pleasure to spend several short at Crab Orchard SprIngs while Mr Rowland was enjoying a rest there and soon finding him to be a man of exceedingly fine a warm heart and thoroughly posted on in general we t o o k van tage of every opportunity to be in his company and hear him talk Wesoon formed a very deep admiration for him which grew we may be frank to say into a love for the aged and culthred gentleman How different from the average coldnatured hardhearted greedy man of today who can never find time to exchange a few pleasant remarks and talk of pleasant things instead of keeping his mind constantly on how to gain a few paltry dollars When in we always called upon him and the cordial reception the warm handshake and interested manner in which he inquired into our welfare always sent us away feeling better by having seen him We refer to these personal matters to show how much good a man can do if he has the pure heart and noble instincts that our beloved old friend possessed A man of his character certainly receives an inheritance in the world to which he has just been called Peace to his ashes Court A severe wind storm raged Friday doing much damage to timber and fen all over the county In the after noon it became very severe and tore oil all the roof of the court house on the side toward Sweeneys livery The tin was torn in rather small pieces and twisted into every immagi nible shape The noise attracted a big crowd it looked for a time as if the immense cupola would be swept away Many fear that the latter will be blown down but mechanics who ought to know say it is absoutely safe We understand a change in schedule will take effect on the next Sunday whereby the day passenger train 24 will 1J hours later It will cut no ice on this road The Transylvania Presbytery will meet in this city next week the pro gram appearing in this Issue Many preachers will be here so wise chick ens are roosting high The hoodlums think its tramping upon their constitutional rights for the better element of Lancasters to break the Chute Birds of a feather not only flock together but sympathize with one another deeply You will see a good show and also help a good cause by going to the Court House Wednesday the 22nd The Ideal Entertainers are all right Benefit Ladies Helping Hand Society Baptist church a102t Fine FroapecU Stanford a meeting of the Beaver Creek Oil and Gas Co at Col W G Welchs office here day it was decided to drill five more wells on the companys territory in Wayne This company already has three producing wells with fine pros pects for another which is being drill ed Some 3500 of the stock was placed at the meeting here which leaves less than 1000 to be sold Those present at the meeting were Dr J C Barker Judge W M Myers G D Huston ville Owens McKInney Judge J C Hemp hill Lancaster and Col W G Welch of this place I have by far the prettiest ii ne b Spring and Summer Millinery ever brought to Paint Lick and I cordially invite the at the many handsome now being shown Great care given to the selection of pur stock and we have the very latest styles at prices re markably Tow Mrs Minnie Jennings Paint m tf 3 i 7 otPJP t 11 J space Ia ad- jOining weather vacations intellect matters a Danville house UnroofCtl stable Knoxville di vision northbound runabout CIt- izens JournalAt Wed Weatherford Sam M slgns X w d ring anti ladies roca11 sad was Lick By- C dds t 2 to in ed is a Mluliler CilI U At tho Christian church Sunday morning the Roy F M Tinder of was called as pastor Mr Tinder preached here recently and his hear era were so delighted with him that they not only at once resolved to him but added another hundred dollars to the salary making it 81300 It will be several weeks before he will take charge of the church Turned Xnoo One night last week while several members of the Lavv and OrderLeague were making their usual rounds on the Chute they ran across two white wo men who could give no satisfactory account of themselves so the pair were taken to jail and locked up At the trial they were released but given understand they were not wanted Lancaster so departed for other climes Ic was amusing to see the crowd at the trial and if we were to publish the names of the gentlemen who listened intently to every word we would be mobbed before night This is a great world Dotter Than In Other Count le When it is remembered how many freezes thaws snows etc the county roads had to undergo they are in good shape They are far from perfect as a matter of course but the way the Fiscal court has look after them is commendable indeed Our exchanges from other counties show their roads to be almost impas sible in many places while we have heard no complaint in Garrard The winter has been an unusually severe one as we all know and the fact that the pikes are in good shape speaks well for the court Judge Ford is not only looking after this work well but making a splendid judge in other respect Business and Bargains Pine aillllnepjr I will on Saturday llth have an elegant line of spring and summer millinery and I cordially invite the ladies to call and see us Mrs A S Haselden Bryantsville The best and largest stock of all kinds of vehicles ever seen in at bottom prices Romans El more 410 Cedar Posts For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price from 20cts to 50cts They are strictly A 1 W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf See Conn before making contracts all kind of work HUEBjr For Rubber tire in splendid condition For further information inquire at The Record office 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 43tf To borrow 4000 at six per cent for term of The security 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 ofllce 4lt Money to loan on easy terms J C Hemphill 43tf Three car loads of buggies surries and phaetons just received We are determined to sell these cheap Call and see us Romans and Elmore410 hemp Seed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West your carriage buggy c We want your old surry buggy phaeton a to paint and make new All work promptly done W J 410 Fountain and Stylographicpens and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler Get your seed corn at Potts Bros 1 per bushel in27tf 1 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros 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 Respoctf ully Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Every one is pleased with our fine carriage painting we have a first class painter Romans 410 Full stock rough and dressed lum her cypress and poplar shingles steel and felt roofing best Jellico and New Diamond coal always on land Send your order to R G 5 m20tf I have secued a class carriage painter who experience in painting and I Jn Rjve you better get Conns Carriage Shop 43 will not you much to have your old buggy phaeton made work promptly Romans 4lotf Our goods will probably cost a trifle more thani the general of city flours some or very doubtful merit but our goods will more than make up the difference in qual Eesply Brov 227tL I I 17 engage BIn unusually Lancaster for carriage painting ruiJli tire and tf Sale IS ample WantedTo Won d finish guaranteed at Coons Romans UsePotts W J WardPhone firs has svgs carrIage painting Is seas YOU anywhere else All ark guaranteed r newall W YOu lty 1 Car- lisle every C Wanted years paint than can t- It cost Burry done run Potts J No competition no opposition Bought by all Farmers and sold by GAINES BROS To buy a few loads of ewes and lambs J TCook Co Stock Yards Lexington Both Phones 41 432t Buggies buggies buggies We have the largest and best assortment of all kinds of buggies phaetons and wagons ever shown in Lancaster Romans Elmore 410tf Seed corn 1 per bushel Potts Bros All kinds of Carriage repairing at Conns Call and see our three in one buggy you can get a nice duster and whip with every buggy Romans Elmore 410 Japalack for painting floors and all wood work also sunproof paint at Thompsons a10 We want 100000 pounds of and will pay the highest market price for same Elkin Doty 4104t Nabiscoes and Festinoes are the test for lunches They are the fad Currey Davidson Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio 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 We pride ourselves on making as good meal as can be manufactured quality always uniform Water mill meal Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Having decided to reduce our herd will sell a few good cows in full flow of milk Come early for choice 410tf Lancaster Dairy Our goods are put up in 12 lb 24 lb 48 lb or 96 lb sacks The 48 and 9G 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 Elkin 320tf machinery for Sale One of the most uptodate thresh ing rigs In Practically good as new 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 O W Potts t25tf Lancaster Try some of our fresh ground Gra ham flour put up in 121 and 24 pound sacks 25 and 50c per sack none bet ter made Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf We would rather the merchants handle our goods hut where they fail to keep them we wilL have to supply them direct Respectfully PottsBros Phone 100 227tf Board got 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 Call and look through large stock of Buggies Carriage etc and get price on You ished at low prices for Have your tires put on by Why pay rent when you can own the house you live pay for it In instalments You can do this jr cHemptiilL 43tf I good barouche which I will exchange for hay any thing loot money A bargain TCurrey inl tf Wanted delivery wool r Improved preferthe R L the wagon Co ns same ton s h nice work 43 tf r BuggIesmoney e J car Union k R Consists In and haves cornJn fact e sY f The J E M FLOUR It It tit It It It It It It It It t H is insured for PURITY AND EXCELLENCES- old and Guaranteed by CURREY DAVIDSON Flour Feed Store POTTS BROSof and dealers in FLOURMeal Graham Flour Hominy Corn Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old post office room Danville st it I I 1 I 1 1 11 n Phrenix Manufacturers 4 Seed I Oats Car Load Northern Seed Oats B WALKER SON HH HMH M MMMf 5 5 Cuts1 4 Ai flIIIIOlln1 It I 11t III II11 II11 nn I 111111 U UUIU 1ll11 111 U fT M 8 People tlrcrtd periodic ct gs tack of nausea and iS headache which results from de of the stomach and sluggish action of the liver c cure the bilious condition and liver must be Viooltliv is result is accomplished t Medical Discovery It cures indigestion and other dis t eases of and its allied organs of digestion and ij ness by curing the causes which produce it It purifies the making glands it increases their activity and so increases the g supply of pure rich blood upon which physical health depends I suffered from indigestion liver and biliousness and took many t four bottles and am cured of troublesome At times hot CS obligation to you and your wonderful medicine and cannot say too 5 for S Persons who suffer from disease chronic form are invited to strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V a Pierce Buffalo N Y t a Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There i I is nothing just as good for diseases of stomach liver and blood Dr Pierces Pleasant PelMs assist the action of the Discovery aaaa 8SSSiaffls sfflra fflBsa I 7 11 I V 1 s iI1r w t I YilIIryrIll w t IDl t l th i t ITO S a condition use of Dr Pierces I the nutrition It makes the liver active It cures bilious blood from the poisonous substances which clog and corrupt it and which breed and disease Acting directly on the blood n different kinds of medicine receiving any benefit writes Mr P uf Cleveland Miss nln I wrote tp Dr R V Pierce and lie recommended his Golden Medical Discovery I have taken about S in weather I had fever and every morning had a bad taste in my mouth and all through the summer season I was unable to work at Now I can l work and I as much as reel that I am under great 1 in t consult Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence is held as l S 61 d c rHflmi7i 7ALHPUi e M t U Wp J t believe do one t Delayed Letter B G Mitchell and wife have moved to Richmond where they will make their future home At the picture sale at the M E church here 43 of the pictures were sold and all present report a nice jolly timeThe vacant houses in our vicinity are being filled up Mr Croucher of Bjrea has moved in within the last 1 jw days It stopped raining long enough for the best of our roads here to become again some gardening was done and farmers had begun to sing and whistle again but up to this wri ting we have not seen a single one of them smile since Sunda- yIt was our great pleasure to hear Rev R R Noel preach at Baptist church here Sunday Bro Noel has admirers here by the score in all the denominations and while we are aim ing neither to pull one nor to throw cold water on another those who heard his sermon Sunday know better than we are used to His leading thought was No matter how much one knows about God he must know of God by possess ing Him and working for Him if he is ever saved Give us your Job Work J WALL ACETON p tssable th itwas hear- Ing II LOVES OLD CAKRARD Washington Ind Mar 30 03 Ed Record One year ago I visited old Lancaster after an absence of nearly 34 years Although home of my younger days everything and everybody seemed like strangers I saw some old landmarks that looked familiar but the weather being bad I did not tarry long I visited your and subscribed for The Record and for the last year I have been perusing its renewing acquaintance with some of my old Garrard county friends of long ago Although many have passed to the Great Beyond I see many names from different parts of the old county that were once very familiar to me I take six newspapers but none are more eagerly looked for or read with more pleasure than The Record It takes me back to boyhood days and young manhood when I roamed hills of old Garrard The civil came and severed the many ties as we enlisted on opposite side and went to fight I enlisted on the Union side in the 19th Kentucky commanded by your gallant father General W J Landram Peace to his memory You will find enclosed 1 for which please mark my paper up another year May success attend you my boy Give my best regards to Will George Gabe Greenleaf Shugars phrey Lige Harris and all others who may inquire of me Very truly yours J W Ramsey it was the office columns and the war Judge Jim Pun The liniment bottle and flannel strip are familiar objects in nearly every household They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are giantdiseasewould be modern warfare Rhevoifihism It frin Rheumatism is caused by an acid sour condition of the blood It is filled with acrid irritating matter that settles Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and but these are only symptoms which are liable to with every change of the weather the real disease lies deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purified and no remedy does so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream e in the joints muscles and nerves and and oils nor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty They were there by the blood and can be reached only the blood pains etum of rich strong blood to the affected parts which dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the S S S contains no potash or other mineral but is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and mosttOur physicians advise charge all who write about their case and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga LEWIS Y President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 I The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS fioM I B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankANCASTEIt KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 1OOOO A B DENNY Preiid t JOHN E STOBMES Vice Prest S a DENNY Cashier J P Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper J DIBECTORS r Saml D Cochran Alex EL Denny A C BobhMon Jno E Stormes W H KinnaTrd K K ex t I LEAYELL f Y 10 2 i f v I t 493 s sc t + 1AtNT TilGIt Jt iAViJ llMVI titilSJ 011 US John MrsJimlma KuvftiiausUij very 111 of cancer Jiss Ctllio Ailams vUitcil hsr pnrcnti Sun day Miss Salliu Adams la at tile exchange this mount is visiting hjs father In Peritnn Ohio bought of Mr Klncaid a saddle mare for 85 Mrs Russel Denton Is the guest of he dangli ter Mrs Will Fist Miss Lizzie nest will entertain the young pleat an Easter bunt Saturday Mr and Mrs E W Norrs o Richmond visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Minerva Pulling Is visiting her daughter Mrs Minnie Simmons at Richmond Jack Adams lies returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs Ed England of Barbonrville Alfred Moberly died Thursday and was bur led Friday evening at the Old Paint Lick CeiiT teryMiss Annie Adams is the guest of her sister Mrs Joe Arrold of Richmond who continues quite ill Mrs Jennie Searcy who was hurt by a tile y cia some time ago is dangerously ill at her brothers in Berea Rev Lawrence and wife of Lexington were entertained by Will Fish and Mrs R L Jennings from Friday until Sunday The severe wind storm that passed over this section last considerable damage almost destroying the Christian church at Fainlew five miles south of this place A Sweet Kreatli is a never failing 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 dyspepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have beet a dyspeptic for all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse Bv the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and can eat whatever I iike Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet When a man is all run down at the heel it takes a good deal of head work to get him back up After La Grippe what Usually a hacking cough and a feeling of weakness often leading to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Foleys Honey and Tar is to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well It never fails to stop a cough if taken Take no substitute 1 May Some folks smile and then ther face tiles a spring lock Health is the sdcond blessing that we mortals are capable of a blessing that money cannot buy Danger of Colds 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 disease It will cure a cold or an at tack of the grip in less time titan treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all drug gists 1 May MARKSliUUY Mrs Fannle Pollard has been quite sick for several days Miss Ella Hlggiubotham of JIarcellns was with friends here Sunday Charles Durham bought of James Speaks a pair of good mules for 175- Mr Greenan wife and little son of Huston vole visited here this week Miss Aggie Bourne of Bettis is the guest of her brother Mr Kinnaird Bourne A D Hughes bought of B F Patton of Dry antsrille a pair of work mules for 170 Messrs George and Alford Boner of Danville were guests of Mr Tom Clicsnut Sunday Alex Durham and wife have moved to Dan ville We wish them success in their new homeRichard McGrath sold to Dr J H Durham of Bryantsvllle a load of corn at per bbl delivered Rev W S Stalliugs spent lastweek very with old friends in Washington and county Pneumonia Robbed of it Terror by Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the racking cough and heals and strength ens the lungs If taken in time will prevent an attack of pneumonia Re fuse substitutes Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m Squat Like Dogs A herd of Hereford cattle on the stock farm of Wm L Grady near Ver sallies has been attracting considera ble interest by their peculiar habit of sitting upright on their haunches like thing that is almost unheaad of among bovines When Mr Grady wrote of this peculiar trait of his herd to some prominent cattle breeders in other States they ridiculed the asser tion and so he photograph verifying his statement Builetiu HEMP SEED FOR SALE I have a limited of strict ly No i cultivated Hemp Seed of a late importation x For prices and terms 03anJr4 Hudson j orr i i1 if fj i Smith Id rill it k brll i W Flannero neo Mr did yearstried and strengt 1 m n lU general guaranteed u bacl like l l 325 pleasantly Nelson Ie dogsa hada taken applyto 2G nIi selflfl with i weekS Fridry in- line another 4 amount 3t 4ncaster Ky HAY KING 2981 227 3t1- 3t hands high WT Noel W IJ IJtirUin Hnnvn horse bred by Tlios 13 e Now YorVjlf Y irdofTito Ins2ITVi Nellie flutes Clay WUkcs Ulv Justin M aKfiM Dorado a flisy jl trr TJ By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Marble 21 J Claymore 2mf Kola J i 2r0t 1oc 2i 2 SK Queen Clay 1 lain AinySSO hy Volunteer Dam of Clay Kins227fanti grandd m Maid 21 2I1M St Patrick 15 others sons have sired hivo produced Dick 21 Strongwood 2124 Homestuku 2 inn Hello Brandon 10 Dam of Amy S20 4 0 sire ViImar2r sire of 3 and 2 Siro of George Wilkes Electioneer hippy Medium Harold etc udnm Jenny by Young IJacchus King 5UI Slruof Clay King Is a son of Harry Clay 2J Tom Wonder 1472 dam of Artillery 221 by American Star 11 3 dam by Ills stud career is practically just beRun and there Is not n horseman In the Grass State who does not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme mill at the Lexington track seiu lila get accomplish what tins never been done the produce of other horse they have seen his yearling step in vi 4 seconds and thensell for they have seen his older representa tires show as much gameness and genuine rice horse qualities S those of any site ever quartered hi 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 DOLLAKS to insure a living colt sound and all right lien re tamed on colt for season All care taken to pro vent accidents but if any should occur we will not be responsible for same CASTEL Black Jack 15J hands high foaled in IttJl the Mitchel Jack he he bwitlnck Hawk he by Imported Warrior Darn of Castel was Jardeu Itnr dine big Catel will mike the season of 11K at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike lending to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule or JS to Insure a Mare Mule Young Sampson mack Jack 15J hands high foaled In 1899 known as the Jeff Dunn young rack will stand at the same place at Seven Dollars- I will stand both Jacks uncUr the same term to insure a living colt sound and all right A lieu retained on colt for season Not responsible it any accident should occur W T Noel Buckeye Ky n 4 fro rlJ rablmrrdJ rrJrerab umgl J 1rIJY owned hr mil i Iw A i Ije 2 ISJ j l 1 flu If2 rn Lila u1fl ill o dun hter1l 5i2113 etc r nIl t I Wildalr sire of i 45 Star l today 02 I g I t1J J sirE I Grhls he Job lee rn I I 1- I i I I Eii F1 1 Kiiigbriuo etc rat Sire of St il laui rgj Gov dat lv Eli t4 irt Ill Rccause a man has a sweetheart is no reason why he shouldnt have a sour temper Chronic liruuchltU Cured For ten years 1 had chronic bran chitis so bad that at times I could hardly speak above a whisper writes Mr Joseph Coffman of Montmorenci Ind I tried all remedies available 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 C C J E Stormes 1 m In doesnt always bring showers of blessings to some people every time it rains Due Notice is Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve on the market that is made from the pure witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yeild to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counter feits Those persons who get the gen uine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed because it cures Sold by C C J E Stormes i m A successful farmer is compelled to do a good deal of duty work Good for Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately into the stom ach but takes effect right at the seat of tile trobble It draws out the in flammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure lifegiving and lifesustaing oxygen to the blood and tissues 1 m Foxhunters always have a howling Robbed tile Crave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows 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 McRoberts drug store1m A faker generally does business on the squareA Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchetter 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 her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at and was finally cured Only 25c at McRoberts J m Tough luck most always causes a heart A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees vllle lad when WH Brown of that place who was expected to die had bis life saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption He writes I endured insuperable agonies from Asthma butyour New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereaf ter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and luug trouble Price50c and 100 Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist Trill bottles free LJ LJ L but DeWitts unadulterated II success drugstore tender It 1 Ui gfi f LiLi 8 4S 4 sunken Once fl A fellow thinks he has struck a knot ty problem when his shoestring wont untie SKVEIEK ATTACK OF Cured by one bottle of Chamberlains Cough liciucily 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 I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teispoon ful 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 couuhing 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 be fore Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all druggists 1 May The bum lecturer who received a For liver troubles 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 nrecorded Deeds The following is a listof unrecorded deeds in my olllce You have no title to the land until they are recorded J A Doty Clerk From To Arnold Ike William Gafney Austin Ed Beazley Fr wife George Ifardiu Adams John James Mullins Adams John W t wife Wm McWherter Adams Munirve Sallie RWjlllnms Anderson Henry c Robt Rico Austin Gco m J G Sweeny Anderson D D c Sol C JUgsby Adams Thomas by com Kitty Perkins Arnold James Maria Pollard Ball Joseph h wife John G Gallaway Baker Abuer heirs Com I MGastinati Brown A B Jr F M Carter Bnnghman Sallle ElatzAnderson Ballard P T A wife J W Barsley Baryaret Black Caloir Black Beazley Keene c John Beazley Bourne S J c Ambrose Bowne Bests Eben Heirs Eben Bests Heirs Baker Aber Heirs J B Carter Elands Jno Cjntha Heirs Wm Martha tint manns Bank the National V Leavell Brock Munro Bradley W O wife James M Morgan Bank National Lancaster Lcadnas K Merit Burdett H Others T Pauline Burdett Butcher Sarah c W II Wheritt Burdett S L Exx it c Ben Lackey Beazlcy Kenn II P Watts Ball Amos Charlatte James White Henry Ball Bakers Abner Com M F Smith Bubcock Abner George CoHeir County Co Lancaster Mrs Emma Perkins Columbia Finance Co John Donahue Cemetery Company Lancaster W M Green Cemetery Company Lancaster K S Gains Cemetery Lancaster Co I N Gastinau Cooper Samn Jeff Dunn Cochran Alex Com Henry Cochram Cemetery Lancaster Co James Rogers Coy T M heirs Marion Coy Collier D R W H Collier Cemetery Lancaster Co 8 Brown Cemetery Lancaster Co Mrs Namle Hamilton Cheatam Napolen ich Wm Hemphrey Cemetery Lancaster Co Mrs M W JohnstIn Creech Enoch Phillip Joseph Coon Ellga Elisha Johsone Cemetery Lancaster Co Cottin James wife George McLear Cloyd Davis Thompson Cooley Nancy heirs Walker Hamock Moore Cooley Nancy Lizzie Tanksley J sL Gun sur- prIse thoughtthe An rue Adams Burnside Rice Jlsle P GastInau S Mary Leadford W G Jones y I cc L I i L L 1 1 1 Molol I GAMBHUNO 1712 ri l 4251 l OGf the hi icjtiijr hor by J I Scjr r for OOO January lOi SireofGtiInette2Oe Weed Wilkes 210 Lot tfo Lorlne 2K J Cambrol 210J Eyeet 21 yt Emma OlTuJt 211 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 2 10 Jennie C 22i by Administrator T57 2 20 i Second dam MaryjKlmore dam of Cleveland 2iS by Jrambrutitjllo 221 Third dam by PiivK Fourth lath dnrii I y Brown Pilot Oambrnno Is a brown stallion baiulsJiigli splomlM form and action and will make the season of 1003 at my farm on the Lancaster pike t miles from Danville Ky Money due when colt Is foaled Gambrnno his two In the list and will high style tint high acting trotters so much sought after dealers he having his own racing qualities as a twoyear old driving Dr Sparks in third heat in 2n2 Grass fnrnished at 250 per month I will also stand n firstclass mule jack at S to Insure a living colt Not responsible for ac cidents Jolla S BUGIIMAX lion 2 Danville Ky A cyclone policy held on the Court House will pay all damage done by Fridays wind storm Hob Kinnaird whose ad appears in The Record wrote the insurance f Jrsb r i 0 SO11I Sired Jy GInlaa 210 14 15 At rs to Insure a Colt produce Vik Stir 111iiiig proved We have just returned from the East with EverShown in this Section of Kentucky Great care was given to securing the VERY LATEST CREATIONS and it is with the greatest pleasure we invite you to see them 1THEJI r IJ OM T V Of 1 J It 7 lip TJ r ariw tsJSSil r2a Same Itobt ioss Same lodgers Joseph Carter J 15 Jas Jacob Nave Cooley Nancy heirs James lion Collier Martin it wife J K Spratt Cooper George Mason Swopo Clark A IJ James A Stone Caiman J W James H Payne Dciuic John A it w Mary E Fiilurotbera Dunn Jus it Evans Bertha Ann Dunn Duncan Win Chits Berry A Duncan Dunn Win wife Sum Dunn Dunn Ucbeccu Richard D Ballard Dunn Elisha Alllerring others Davis heirs llebrecca Lowry Davis Wm heirs Ann Parker Dally Raymond II C Potts Davis Vm Sullie Walker Dunn Harrison John Simpson Dooley Pat Ac Graded School DIs- trict Xo 21 ElldnWTJr TA Elkln Engleman Frank Easley James Mary Lnc Simpson Euglemnn Frank e Samuel White Gill Tolvin Francis Gill Grimes Margaret Trus Margaret Grimes- t es Gill John S Levi Long Haynes t Co G W Coytes Gates Hill 0 P A wife B M Bartlett Hemphll J C Bethel Baptist church Hamilton Isham hrs Emily Curtis hoirs Hamilton Jas I Wm Blanks Hurt John Sr Ac J W lInker Humphrey Clayton Mussel Humphrey Huffman Joseph H Huffman Iloltzcluw William hrs J T Holtzclaw- Holtzclaw John T it B F Holtzclaw wife Hunt T M James Henry HmUon Lucy B H G Hudson Hudson B F Cook it Kchler- Hammack Sarah E Ned Lawson Hamilton Jas I Jonah Marsec Geo Dec heirs Mary It Mitchells hrs Harveys J hrs coin J G Sweeney Heudrickson J G Trustees DIst H Henry S II iwife 0 G Speaks Hogg Martha 0 P G J II Payne Hnmmnck Sarah E Hamilton Jas I Carrie Preston Huffman W J II 11 flay Hudson Thos D Rubles Huffman it Johnson Kinnaird Uobt KellyMamlo Taylor Ualney U S Fidelity Co B L Kelly Lawson James heirs Salem W Glespic Lawson Wm Edy Faulkner Lawsou Wm Jack Denny Letcher Mary Alex Thomas Lawson W L P W Spainhower Lawson Win A H Stigall Logan Geo Unite Hay Lanes Henry heirs Henry Loses heirs Petition Deed Mays Mattie hrs by comr Janice Nays heirs McQnery Joseph McQuery Thomas by comr Same Same Same Moss II F Andrew Adams Wm McQuery hefrs Arthur McQnery John H McQuery James McQuery E W Arnold Mcrcdeth Joseph Com WE Anderson Miles W E t wife Meritt Walter Lee II C Miller it wife Xewland Daniel Naylor J it wife Uuo J A Moore Jiio W Smith W G James Hurt Geo W Ray Xewland J W by commr J F 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Pendleton West c J T Rainey White James George Whlto James Wheeler hrs Lewis Judith W Hamilton lat J I Trustee J c W John C JUgs by j l James Prewitt J C oth- 1 Putln Ira T c S T Leavell 0 wife Jnnie West Rachel D Ray Wheeler James f I Y t S Vii Andrew ileazicy Mary Newlunl N k John 1 Rocker k era L tIny Mose 1 IL hrCom anti KODOL digests what you eat KODOL clsansss purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troubles the action of the gas and gives tone to the digestive organs an overworked stomach nervous strain gives to the hcart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL the wonderful remedy that i so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is In the food they eat Bcttlss only Size holdir 254 times tho trial size which sells for SOc Prcysrtd ashy by E C DeWITT 4 CO CHICAGO the most fatal of all dis f KIDNEY CURE a n MILL H Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE 0c and JOO That SmoothFinish 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 L ncaster Kenucky Notice- All persons having claims against John Rob luson ilecd lila estate nre liei notified to present same to us at the National Itank Danville Ky on or befor May let duly as required by law This March 10th JJOS Nothing has evr equalled it J3 Nothing can c 2r surpass it OLOISSunU 01 IKS 0c a SICO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial Bottles free FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN T M MHXT Doctor of VeterIna ry Medicine Grad uate of McKillip Veterinary College of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al so canine practice Residence and of fice cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILZE KENTUCKY r KODOLcures 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