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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rOURTKEST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 1903 THE CENTRAL RECORD J5 NUJOI t R k if K yttkya yR 1 nk H lit Of Local Interest Dont knock Root Waterworks in sight The grass is beautiful The night trains run right on Brick layers are at work on Arnolds stable The river lias been well washed out and there ought to be good fishing this Spring With waterworks the town will build up Without protection she will continue to lag in the rear Henry Duncan each customer a Saturday He knows how to get trade Preaching at Antioch The Record is requested to announce preaching at Antioch next Sundev the 1Jlh by Rev Gillam Dix was higher near Crab Or chard and Preachersville last week than it has been for many years It came up to the bridge at Whites Mill Preaching Sunday Eld Adam K Adcock of Newport will preach at the Christian church next Sunday He is a fine preacher and a large crowd will doubtless hear him The Record will cheerfully publish the names of those democrats who will serve as officers without charge at the approaching primary provided the secretary will furnish us with the list Lincoln county is to vote on levying a tax to build a new court house Build a good one brethren and then see that criminals do not wiggle out of justice Dedicate it with a firstclass hanging When we get a system of water works the Garrard Hotel will proba bly be rebuilt but not until then It would be hard to find men who would put money into buildings here now One good stream would have saved the hotel and opera house t Much Work Mr Ben Potts one of the oldest and best millwrights in Kentucky tells us he will soon overhaul the Dudderar mill for Jesse Traylor putting every thing in the very best of condition He has also bean employed to over haul the Potts Duerson mill at Whites Station and the Dr Burchell mill at Winchester the rber gave colored g rIver t f eggs actly i 1 u r 4 C Clean up the yards See the bapk statements elsewhere in this issue The Richmond Elks given up the plan to have a Fair this summer The health board should get and have all town premises cleaned weather A stitch in time etc The Presbytery Is in session this week A great deal of business of in terest to the church is being Enjoyable Evening The play Just For Fun given by the senior class of the Graded School Friday evening was enjoyed by a big crowd of people Each of the participants had given much time and work to preparation and the show moved off without the slightest hitch Splendid Order Lancaster never enjoyed better or der than it does today Its very sel dom you see a fellow with tod much liquor under his belt Keep up the law and order tight gentlemen and possibly the cattle who want to get drunk and raise disturbance will move away Wouldnt that be fine Handsome Invitations This office is getting out beautiful invitations to the commencement ex ercises at the Graded School They will be far ahead of any of previous years the design being selected from samples of several of the best paper houses in the United States As to our work in the printing you may jugde for yourself Pretty Decorations The Presbyterian church was tasti ly decorated with flowers and potted plants for the regular services Sunday The work was done by Mrs D M Lackey who has the prettiest collec tion of flowers in Central Kentucky and who certainly knows how to ar range them to the best advantage Death of Mrs Stevens Mrs Margaret Stevensaged 75 died at her home near Lancaster the 9th Mrs Stevens was the mother of seven children all of whom are grown She was widely known and beloved by all who knew her She was prominently connected in south ern Kentucky for Harmony The recipe for harmony usually giv en by the reorganizers is as follows Mrs sixteen parts of loyal democrats with one part of unrepentant bolters and stir until all the bolters are on top Then skim off the top with an official ladle and throw the balance away W J Bryan buSY berorehot o have transacted Wednesday Recipe Clear The Track We bounds for to buyour SPRING and SUMMER GOODS are LOGAN X DRY X GOOCS I 1 THE CO r They have the best stock to be found this sec tion and sell them at VERY REASONABLE in f t Mint Sunday Excursion The L and N will make a rate of 150 per round trip to Cincinnati next Sunday The trainwill leave Lancas ter at 514 a m and arrive in at 10 a m Returning it will leave Cincinnati at 8 p m To Move Fairview Maj Kinnaird who up In that section last week tells us the church was completely wrecked by the wind it being so shattered that it will be impossible to repair it He understood there was a strong probability of it being rebuilt atPaint Lick where many members reside KiillunannXaylor The Records good friend Mr Hen ry Kuhlmann surprised his many friends Thursday by driving to the Buckeye neighborhood and being to Miss Maggie Naylor Mr Kuhl mann is a prosperous farmer living near Bryantsville while his bride is widely known in Garrard The joins many friends in extending congratulations Itletcalre Acquitted The examining trial of John Met calfe for killing his brother near Paint Lick last week came up before Judge Ford Tuesday and consumed the en tire day His father alai mother tes tify He claimed selfdefense and his father and mother swore that the dead man was at Metcalfe with a knife when the fatal shot was fired lIe was held over to the grand jury in the sum of 81500 Only A Trine As some chronic kickers hoot at the effort to get water by drilling we will say that the entire cost to the city for putting down the well was or We are not positive but it was about that The company who did the work were the losers they hav ing agreed to find water in such quan tity as would furnish the city abund antly or they were to receive no pay Some people will knock In fact thats all they know how to do Card or Thanks The members of the senior class de sire to extend their heartiest thanks to their many friends who gave them a helping hand in putting their class play upon the stage last Friday night To Mr Haselden for the of his mantle to Mrs Burnside for her of the music to all the friends who so kindly furnished the costumes and other stage setting They are all assured that the class will never an act or deed that enabled them to so fully in their enterprise at that time Nig Has Troubles Will Spencer the colored boy known as Nig had all kind of troubles last week Nig had been trafficing in Battle Row liquor and was fined and placed in the work house last fall He worked faithfully all winter and was released Thursday He immediate ly hired a horse and buggy and he says went after minnows In cross the river nearTraylors horse buggy and N ig were swept away by the swollen stream The horse was drowned and the buggy washed away By a close shave Nig escaped but the fact that he was so near the distillery aroused the of the City Council and Nig is again in jail to serve out his entire sentence The boy is almost totally blind and really unfit for manual This PJaii Should York It has been ascertained by an esti mate that the 24000 to be raised by the sale of bonds for the construction of water works will lack several thousand dollars for that purposenow the water must be brought from the river A plan is now being and perfected by which an auxilia ry company can furnish the needed funds Many more of our citizens are anxious to assist in this scheme upon which the City Attorney Mr Swine broad assisted by Messrs Tomlinson Rothwcll and Herndon busily at work The plan may be that the Courts must pass on its legality but if sustained there will be no trouble it is believed to get all the money need ed Such a sum could be raised by donation but not enough lor the pur pose and the city wants each one who furnishes money for this laudable pur pose to be safe Most Popular Teacher The plan of the KentuckyExhibit Association to select the most school teacher in each county for a free trip to the Worlds Fair is crea ting quite over the state and in some counties is attracting at tention than the state primary Fhe Record is among the papers that have agreed to push the and elsewhere will be found a complete description of the plan Cut out the name of teacher you wish to vote for and send with amount Hughes Secy Kentucky Exhibit Association Louis Tille it will be counted by the large force of clerks employed for the purpose Dont send ballots to to Lbuisjdlle as we havent time to look after them If you want extra ballots we will the at ten cents each The first of ballots to be sent from here Miss Amanda Anderson parties send ing them saying they were going to hustle for her Read instructions printed elsewhere in this issue married Record otthe 16 18 use preparation forget succeed attempting- to such astir more matter toRE isfor o 1 Cincinnati was Fairview rushing distillery suspicions labor considered are popular coupon fun and us but sell you batch the f J v t a Frank Matthews daughter of the late Judge Sim Hicks who lived in Somerset was most foully murdered by a negro brute Porter with an axe at Anniston Ala on last Saturday and her daughter Allene aged ten was assaulted by the same person Porter was shot to death by two policemen The body of Mrs Matthews was literally hacked to pieces The deceased lived in Lan caster for several years and was a niece of Judge Ransom Carson for many years proprietor of the old Lan caster hotel Ten Thousand Thanks Lancaster has an excellent Record in the one published by Louis Lan dram which has just completed its fourteenth year The Record Is up to date lively and thoroughly devoted to the interests of Garrard countyand the little city in which it is published If the people of Garrard in matters of public enterprise and policy follow the leadership of The Record for the future or at least as long as the pres ent management continues they will not go very far from wrong on any proposition submitted to them Dan ville Advocate Didnt Mean It That Way In Jimentng on keeping up the turnpikes and roads The Record that parties living along the dirt roads meet and haul rock to make improvements etc By this we did not mean that they should work on county roads not by any means These should be kept up by the county What we meant was the roads and passways of a private nature roads where several families travel The people of the entire county pay for keeping up the roads There should be no favorites played and we do not believe there are The court tries to tote fair with all Editors and Doctor If an editor makes mistake he has to apologize for it but if a doctor makes one he buries it If the editor makes one a law suit and a smell of sulphur but if the doctor makes one there is a funeral cut flowers and a smell of varnish The doctor can use a word a yard long without knowing what it means but if the editor uses it he has to spell it If the doctor goes to see another mans wife he charges for the visit but if the editor goes to see another mans wife he gets a charge of buck shot Any old medical college can make a doctor You cant make an editor He has to be born When a doctor gets drunk its a case of over come by heat and if he dies it is heart trouble When an editor gets drunk its a case of much booze and if he dies its a case of delirium Blind Tigers Kt Cet The meeting for men at byterian church Sunday afternoon was largely attended and went to prove that the better element of Lan casters citizens are for a good weed ing out of the toughs whisky sellers crap shooters etc who have held the town up by the tail for several years A majority of the business men are with the ministers and have the to come out and say so but there some wha tare afraid they may lose few pennies by taking any part The Records advice is for every man who loves law and order to come to the front and help bring about a reform Keep smoking and you will finally smoke out those at the bottom of the tiger business and other devilment The tiger people are having the time they ever experienced Keep twisting the tail and some one is to squeal We glory in the spunk of those gentlemen who have the to take the lead in the fight and feel sorry for those who are afraid they may lose possibly two cents worth of trade by taking a stand You boast of your pollerticks but where are you when a movement for law and order comes up To hades with such rot If you are for tigers come out and say so if not buckle on your armor and help weed out the gang who say the law shall not be respected Crow T Snake Dr J B Kinnaird tells The Record of a battle he witnessed Monday while on his road to see a patient out on the Buckeye pike When near Old meeting house he saw a crow jumping around near the fence very much excited He stopped got out and slipped down closely to investigate A large black snake was coiled near the fence striking at the crow when the latter came in reach while the crow was hopping all around his snakeship pecking whenever and wherever an opportunity presented Itwas a hot fight and the doctor says each studied when and hit with much deliberation as does young Jeff The snake soon tired out by striking at the crow while the latter was not much exerted in fact he outwinded the snake which grew weaker untU the crow made a rush on him and pecked the serpent to death How long they had been fight lug is known but Dr Kinnaird stood and watched until the snake was put out of business possibly three quarters of an hour Being fully his foe was dead the crow flew 0 away of pride that would have done justice to conquering prize fighter Dr Kinnaird brought the snake to town doubtless to prove his story s Horrible namedEd I suggested swearing tremensEx raG are hardest go- Ing manhood s hishorse Corbett o o bars formerly there is too manhood Antioch whereto or e not satisfied with an ail eV i y MVL r A Good Man One of the most pleasant calls we had recently from Hon Josh of Owensboro who was in town the other day in the interest of hiss candidacy for democratic for state treasurer We have known Mr Griffith forborne time and take pleasure in saying to our readers that they can find no bettor man for whom to cast their ballot He is a polished gentleman hightoned and honorable in every sense of the word He tells The Record that out of twen nomination I was riffith I tyfive candidates for the several nations twelve of them live within twenty miles of Lexington all from one section so to speak He says his section gives the biggest majoritiesso they would like to be remembered It was pleasure to be entertained in Mr Griffiths hospitable home last and his polished manners and genuine Kentucky hospitality us so deeply that we cannot from saying a word in be half despite our rule to refrain from talking politics Nothing Left Hilt to An exchange says drink water and you get typhoid Drink milk and get Drink whisky and get jimJams Eat white flour and get Eat soup and get Brights disease Eat beet and encourage apo pleat Eat oysters and acquire tox Fat meats of kind and get indigestion or some kind of term die ease Eat vegetables and weaken the system deserts and take on par Smoke cigarettes and die early Smoke cigars and secure a nice catarrh Drink coffee and tea and obtain nery prostration Drink beer and have dyspepsia Drink and get the gout In order to be entirely healthy one must eat nothing smokenothing and even before breathing one should summer Impressed Die appendicitis any wine we 1i fQlfIt8rWa nom our retrain file tuberculosis mia Bat ale tH that ur 3 t Mk 9v y S r Spring Blossoms Our spring garments are now in full bloom and picking is a pleasure While we keep our stock constantly watered with new ideas that it may always be fresh and at tractive still we the first picking is the bestWe outfitters of the male portion of the human race The men boys and children we clothe are clothed rightly and economically and youll find them the best dressed people you meet anywhere We are anxious to have you see our new suits hats shoes and furnishing goods while we are in full bloom we shall want to ask you ifyou ever saw Mens Toggery more pleasing to the purse Make your selections while the bloom is on and picking is good H T Logan Price Clothier believethat The One Policy Paid An officer of the local lodge of the A O U W desiring to set at rest a report that the policy held by the late Dr Poyntz was not paid showed us a letter from Dr Poyntzs father saying the policy in this order has been paid in full all satisfactory The A 0 U W has a large membership and is a good order Twas Ever Thut The writer of the following para graph has evidently been up against the real thing At any rate he speaks correctly Men are lust like hogs however distasteful this may sound to the hogs When a hog gets an ear of corn every hog will trot alongBehind him squeal and whine and beg for a bite but just let the front hog get his head fast in a crack and every one will jump on him and tear him to pieces Just so with men As long as a man is prosperous and has plenty of money he cant keep friends oft with a club But the minute his wealth is gone he is not only snubbed by his former friends but they at once begin to do him all the harm possible When a man starts up grade the world falls behind and pushes but when he starts down grade the world steps to one side and greases the track FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Eibaliing BEAZLEY COJ A We have the most complete line FURNITURE aid CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 Attorney At Law AA Life insurance policies bought A or loaned eta for X of 500 and upward t 2 9 o for cash sues I A Household Necessity This is the latest New RoyalStyle I High arnr automatic Drop head ball bearing Best attachments Any style Personally warrant ed Furniture ofquarter saw ed oak piano polish fin ish Complete line on exhibition SEE JILKAELIIEN t J f ir SEE LADIES SEEAN u- t 1 EXPERT will show the qualities of the Stand ard Sewing Machine by practical work in Plain and Youmay notneed a machine but it will pay you to come and see the work April 15 16 171 8 At the store of K F POSTLE FancySewing I J t Gossip About People N Vj N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are In George Harris of Stanford was here SundayMr Partee of Nashville was here this week Mr Lenard Miller of this office Danville Sunday Fred P Frisbie was in Louisville Louisville this week John L Doty is critically ill at his home on Richmond street Mr W C Price and wife of Danville were visitors here Friday Major J Embry Allen of Lexington was a visitor here this week Misses Pearl and Ann Hill were vis itors in Bryantsville Sunday Will Walker assistant at the Post office is quite ill of pneumonia Mrs Fisher Gaines has returned to Danville after a short visit here Misses Susie and Carrie Hatcher were in Stanford Snnday Miss Susie is at home after a pleasant visit to Stanford friends Mr N Miller and family attended religious services in Danville Sunday Miss Nettie Farris of Silver Creek has been the guest of Miss Louise Farris Herbert Ilommel and Geo Palmer two knights of the grip were here Sunday Messrs Edgar Dunn and Harry Rob inson of Danville were visitors here SundayMiss Anderson has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Covinnton Misses Ethel West and Lena Rigney of Hamilton college spent Easter with their family Governor W 0 Bradley came up from Louisville to assist in the defense of John Metcalfe Miss Martha and Helen Gill who are attending school at Glendale were at home this week Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson are receiving congratulations over the of a little girl Miss Gussie Kennedy of Lexington Cabbage Plants Tomato Plants I Sweet Potatoes 1 FUR SALE BALLOU r visitors arrival I I rlfa II i H M t I i I win win I t alone a 9 t1- i 4 BY- e 3 t j is spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Mattie Mae Robinson who is attending school at Richmond was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Evans of Richmond has been the guest of Misses Martha and Mary Gill Stanford avenue Lewis Doty wife and baby of Stan ford were here Sunday to see Mr John Doty who continues very ill Miss Allic Anderson is at home again after several weeks to her sister Mrs T W Browning of Lexington Joe Falconer Jr of Middlesboro has been spending a week with parents Mr Joe Falconer and wife Miss Susie Leavell has returned from Richmond where she has been the attractive guest of her cousin Miss Mary Doty Little Miss May Barnes Browning and brother Reed of Lexington are visiting their grandparents Mr John Anderson and wife Mr J E Stormes was in Louisville this week attending a meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy of which body he is a member Mesdames 0 W Parks of Middles boro George Bruce of Danville are here at the bedside of their mother Mrs E P Brown who is still very ill Mrs Sallid Wilson and sister Miss Lynn of Cipio Ind are visiting in this county They are the handsome daughters of Mr James D NaveCapt W J Kinnaird who is now known far and wide among insurance men as one of the fe v agents who have written a policy for 100000 was here this week Frank Pumphrey of Somerset spent oeveral days with his parents in triis city Punk is doing job work for the Somerset Republican and holding down a good job Miss Lillie V the pretty and at tractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex West returned from school in Uicbo lasville last week for a visit to her par ents and Bettie Lear in Stanford The last hostess of the B club was Miss Mary Gill The rooms were prettily decorated a n d a delicious menu served The popularity of the hostess always insures a happy response and some 18 guests enjoyed the Sir Knights R Kinnaird W B Mas on F P Frisbie J W Sweeney and Louis Landram attended the inspec tion of Ryan Commandery at Danville Tuesday night An elegant banquet was served and many Templars from all over the state were present Miss Christine Bradley entertained the Thursday evening club v e r y i charmingly The parlors were beau tifully decorated with the choicest of plants Elegant refreshments Miss Bradleys unusual gifts as a hostess draw around her ever a churned circle In ordering his Record changed back to Paint Lick Dr B Ramsey writes from Knoxville We have spent a most delightful two months here met many Kentuckians We enjoyed greatly their hospitality that of Capt Sam Miller in his magnificient home at Chilhowie Park Mt M Bur dett who was a citizen and successful lawyer of this place many years ago is now editor of a paper at West Baden Indiana where he went last year to visit the Springs of that place in wretched health and which he never expected to return alive He has regained his health and is run ping a splendid paper Mrs Susan Price celebrated her eightyeighth birthday Friday all the relatives and a number of friends be ing present Notwithstanding advanced age Mrs Price is in remark ably good health and as bright and She is a noble good Christian who numbers her friends by the score That she may be spared to celebrate many more similar occasion is the of all Dont if your name is omit ted from the personal column that we did ifintentionally We strive dill gently to get all comings and go log of the people and sometimes fall to learn items We want all the personals we can get and will be very grateful to anv person sending or bring visit hiss relatives T V afternoon w reserved SignalSam e r entertain haying have especially Vernon iron asone haltofheryears woman wish think the r ing in an item I dont want my name in the paper people sometimes say Possibly you dont but if you havent any friends who whouldjlike to you are doing you are in a bad fix sure Their legion of Lancaster friends regret to learn that Mrs W 0 Bradley and daughter Miss Christine will leave in a few weeks to make their permanent home in Louisville They have been thinking of moving to the Falls City for some time but did not make definite decision until a few days ago Mrs Bradley who is president of the local W C T U has been some noble work for the church and temperance cause will be greatly missed Miss Christine is beloved and young alike Her sweet dis position charming manners and many other noble traitsJiave won for her a tender spot iu the hearts of the people of her native town Gov Bradley immense law practice in the Falls City makes it impossible for him to come to Lancaster or his family would have remained here We have often heard him say he would always look upon Lancaster as home and if you were to sale him today he would say he loved the old town better than any spot on earth The Atlanta Journal says the mar riage of Dr W S Elkin Jr of that city and Miss Blanche White of Augusta formerly of Boston will take place Wednesday the 29th The groom is a former Lancastei boy a son of Capt T A Elkin and has many friends in his native town He is engaged in the drug business in with W S Watson also an old Lancaster boy The Journal says Miss White is a beautiful musician with a brilliant dramatic soprano voice For two years she was at Scott and while there sang at the First Presbyterian church in Atlanta At present she is doing choir work in Augusta She is a handsome young woman with a sunny nature that wins friends easily After speaking of Mr Elkins business abilites and connec tions the Journal adds He is pub licspirited broad minded and gener ous and is loved and esteemed socially and in the business world I am prepared to fit door bells call bells and do all kind of electrical wircing and fitting at reasonable rates Call up Central and receive prompt work at reasonable rates Ross Bas tin a17tf Take Warning I A man who answered in cheap story papers has had some interesting experiences says an exchange lIe learned that by send log 1 to a Yankee he could get a cure fur drunkenness Sure enough he did It was to take the pledge and keep it Later on he sent 50 2ct stamps to find out how to raise turnips lIe found Just take hold of the tops and pull Being young he wished to marry and sent 34 1cent stamps to a Chicago firm for information as to how to make an im pression When the answer came it read Sit down upon a pan of dough It was a little rough but he was a pa tient man and thought he would yet succeed Next he sent for twelve use ful household articles and he got a package of needles He was slow to learn so he sent 1 to find out How to get rich Work like the devil and never spend a cent And that stopped him but his brother wrote out how to write a letter without pen or ink He was told to use a lead pencil lIe paid 1 to learn how to live without work and was told on a pos tal card to Fish for suckers as we do Pneumonia Is Robbed of Its Terrors by Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the racking cough and heals and the lungs If taken in time will prevent an attack of pneumonia substitutes Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m Men never know as much about as women know about dress A Thoasntful 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 once and was finally cured Only 25c at McRobertsdrug store 1m We wish to call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to give you the Best toiap and REPAIRING we leave done Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work WJRomans I doing I Atlanta o advertisements successfully ton id I Refuse 2 2 i 2 2 0 i l know what bold often Agnes out strengthens anything 00 OOOOOOOOQ 0 aID ill ever 0 9 F Business and Bargains Few fine milk cows for sale 410tf Lancaster Dairy The life motion pictures shown by the Ideal Entertainers are the finest to be seen anywhere These alone worth the price of admission Court House Wednesday the 22nd alO 2t To Tobacco Grower The Burley Tobacco Growers Asso elation Co offers fifty per cent more for tobacco than the trust does Mr W B Hawkins will address the grow ers on this subject at Court House next court day at 130 a10td For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros Phone 100 227tf Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater J2tf Lost Calf About eight months Old red with white spots on hips hair off his side lost Friday evening any one finding the calf shall be rewarded Fayette Brooks Little Hickman It Car Load of flogs On County Court day I will have a car load of stock hogs at Walker Lees stock pens for sale They are of good quality but thin in flesh will be sold to the highest bidder in lots to suit parties Jas Jones a172t Thebest and largest stock of all kinds of vehicle in Lancas ter at bottom Cedar Pot For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price to 50cts They are strictly A 1 W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf 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 To borrow 4000 at six per cent for a term of years The security is am pIe 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 Money to loan on easy terms J C Hemphiii 43tf Three car loads of buggies surries At A I XF determined to sell these fcheap Call and see us Romans and Hemp Seed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West buggy c Work teed at Conns carriage finish guaran phaeton c to new All work promptly W J 410 Fountain and Stylographic pens and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler Get your seed corn at Potts Bros 1 per bushel m27tf 1 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros 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 we a class fainter Romans 410 Full stock rough and dressed lum ber cypress and poplar shingles steel and felt roofing best Jellico and New Diamond coal always on band Send your order to R G Ward Phone 5 m20tf I aflrft class carriage painter who hashad large experience sfeeaspn than can get ajiy whfe else All work guar anteed Coons Carriage Shop 4tf It will not you much to have your old buggy surry or phaeton made work promptlydone W J Romans 410tf Our goods will probably cost you a trifle more than the general run of city flours some of very doubtful merit but our goods will more than make up the slight difference in qual ity Resply 227tf Alliance Meeting The Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet on Friday evening April 17th at 7 octockat the usual meeting place Odd Fellows Preset ar J seen J1ces Romans El more 410 from 2octs See bun before ma 1j contracts for carriage painting ru r tire and aU kind of work 43tf Buggy For Sale 43 tf and phaetons just are fmore410 WantedTo pat r We want your buggy pain and make ne Romans Every one is pleased with Jour fine carrl e W J cost newall rQCh Wanted t o sue have secued a in painting a n give you better carriage paintin h you Potts Hall- O T Wallace No competition no opposition Bought by all 0 Farmers and sold by GAINES BROS Buggies buggies buggies We have the largest and best of all kinds of buggies phaetons and delive ry 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 m 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 will pay the highest market price for same Elkin Doty 4104t Nabiscoes and Festinoes are the la test for lunches They are the fads Currey Davidson Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at LOO each Potts Bros m6tf Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we expect to maintain Insist on your Merchant supplying you with our goods We are here to 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 96 lb packages are put up in plain or twill goods as you prefer the twill sacks make splendid towels You should try some flour 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 the country Practically good as new Consists of 10 b p Russell traction engine and separator selffeeder windstacker tank and pump hose complete Also good log wagon just made and rood spring O Potts t25tf Lancaster Try some of fresh ground flour put up in 121 and 24 pound sacks 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 227tf For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Win Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Call and look through Conns large stock of BugBiesCimriages etc and get price on qu will be aston Isbed at low priafes for nice work 43tf Have your Rubber tires put on by Conn and see stock of and Carriage 0 save you money Why pay rent when you can own the house you live In and pay it In instalments You can J C Hemphill 43tf I have a good barouche which I will exchange for bay corn any thing but money A bargain T Currey m13tf Plants Early cabbage plants Plenty of lettuce Joseph Faulconer a17tf For Sale 2yearpld high grade red bulL For description addrew Salem Wallace Paint Lick Ky aMEt assortment wooland c R L our sacknone better Boards same s Con dOthis intact I wagon Graham Phone 100 Buggies for r MMMMMMMMMt MUM Always Use Always Uniform Always the Best Roasted by C F BLANKE TEA and COFFE CO Sold and Guaranteed by CURREY DAVIDSON Flour Feed Store POTTS BROSManufacturers of and dealers in Meal Graham Flour Hominy Oats Ship Stuff Crushed Feed Screenings Field Seeds Hay Straw Cottonseed Meal Hulls Crushed Oyster Shells Old goat office room 1111111111111 tt Coffeesi f U I I I II I III III Ph nix Danville st SlazalLes FLOUWCorn Seed i Oats I Load Northern Seed Oats TB WALKER ft SON mss L Ceera tsC- ar Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unitl you get our prices h H 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 j t I j r J1 j I lb m I j DONT 1 wlll MaKe a Mistake 1m m I r r J ro l r 11rnJ J U ii1 II W i1 il iI ill I- e 3 ii a You I a t CENTRAL LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClan MatE Matter Lancaster Ky April 17 7903 With four criminals condemned to be hung it looks as though Lexington juries would soon wake up to a sense of duty Four is a fairly good start in the right direction Kentuckys debt has been wiped out through the fortunate finding of an old claim Uncle Sam owed her She will remain even with the world just about as long as Pat stayed In the army We will present a chromo to the first newspaper which reports the of a prospective candidate to town who is not sanguine of success confident he has the race wont or words to that effect The new Chinese minister Chin Tung Liang Cheng recently arrived at San Francisco with 53 secretaries and attaches nine servants and 20 students With this gang on hand the rat crop will soon run short Editor Craig Ralston is proving a hand and a half at the head of the Danville Advocate Since Mr Mcln tyres retirement Mr Ralston has had to do double duty but that he is capa ble of holding down the job is clearly proven by the excellence of good old Advocate under his manage ment The CourierJournal says there are five scaffolds stored under the county court house steps enough to hang Well suppose there How much ice does that cut Unless some poor devil steals a horse or a side of meat you will hang no one You had as well have that many big tom cats stored in your temple of Justice Everybody acquainted with Colonel Jack Chinn knows that Cincinnati dutchman didnt lick him but some of the papers are taking advantage of the report to say mean things about the colonel Its a noticable fact that the further away from Harrodsburg Chinns home that the papers are the more bitter the articles are Jack could shake his big bushy head and put to flight the whole crowd who are saying mean things of him While he may have his faults Jack Chinn has a heart as big as a feed basket and would give a needy friend the coat off his back Hes a generous clever who loves his friends and would go his length for them anywhere The of murders committed in Kentucky recently is appalling Men are being shot to death cut to death poisoned in fact any old way to take their life Tire newspapers are chock full of such reports Why Is it you ask The answer is as slm pie as a b c Its because the mur derer knows he will wiggle out of pun ishment cheat the gallows and go lli a vis- It Jefferson fifteenmen man number t LJIt i it are t scott free Money and tricky lawyers can acquit the foulest murderer and such wovk is done every day This is going to drift along from bad to worse until the oldtime kuklux will have to be reorganized and the time is at hand when the good people will not only wink at Judge Lynch but if necessary help him tie the nose We are not a calamity howler but the present state of affairs war rants us in saying that the only way to purify the atmosphere is by having a few hangings It will take rope to do it If a few murderers were then a few professional jurymen tarred and feathered it would decided improvement in conditions Kentucky MARKSBDRY G B Aldridge sold a load of corn James House at 3 per Miss Sallie Herring who has been sick with grippe is able to be up againHereafter there will be services at the Fork church every Sunday eve ning by the pastor Henry Parks of Danville bought of Johnnie Sutton three loads of clover hay at 40c per hnndred G B Aldridge chairman of the Rice Academy Board of Trustees is out taking the school census Sirs T I Herring is ahead of any of the poultry raisers in this vicinity She sells on an average 40 dozen eggs p vfi Saturday is church meeting at Fork All members are requested to come as business of importance will transactedMrs and little daughter Stella of Lower Garrard spent day and Monday with her parents and Mrs T I Herring We failed to mention last week that David Swope purchased of Mrs M L Anderson her farm of 22 acres for 100 Mr Swope contemplates erecting a residence in the near future Thursday afternoon MrHenry Kuhl mann a welltodo farmer of this neighborhood and Miss Maggie Nay lor of near Lancaster were united in marriage at the parsonage by Rev W Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder alright Dont delay Any man who seeks a friend without imperfections is a dreamer of dreams Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and will not constipate like nearly all other cough medicines Re fuse substitute Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m Our business undoubtly is not to see what lies dimly at a distance but to do what lies clearly at hand 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 Bolls Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by McRoberts druggist 1 m n hanged barrels thee 1 M Stallings tak- Ing Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m n IIJ LJt hJ almost ma M Cemetery Work A Handsome Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class Pat travelers expenses ffee feard opty Marble Works STANFORD STREET l IIIII i SpringshoUld anything ronize your home people and 1 ihGc 1 UU I I I I I I 11 I II I 111 UJU U EIIT 11iI t save agents and s a y PAINT LICR i Alvth Adini5 ii in II KJkuasilo oil n visit i James Murry sold a lot of shunts at o cents Born to the wife of John W Smith a boy Miss Mary Murryjs visiting relatives Richmond Miss Belle Woner is trimming for Mrs Mattie Ely Ernest Woods shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday- II L Wallace has accepted a position as cashier in the Menefee Deposit Bank at Frenchburg Win Ilansley and Bob Ball of Clay county are visiting James Murry Your correspondent is on the sick list this week consequently news items are scarce Miss Callie Adams was called home Saturday by the illness of Mrs Jack Adams Mrs Wm Young entertained the I children of New Hope Sunday School at an Easter hunt Saturday evening from two until five refreshments were served and a good time reported The PIttsburg Gazette of March 22 has a fair likeness of Miss Mary A Rice who it will be remembered vis ited relatives at this place about four years ago In this write up she is first woman to enter Roosevelt Miss Rice is now general manager of Du quesne Development Co of Idaho The only woman who holds such a po sition in the world and her many friends and relatives of this place wit be glad to hear of her success FLATWOODS W H Furr visited at S Archers Sun V E Spangler visited home folks Sunday w T Worrel bought two shoats of Ed Portwood for S9 w E Spangler and w H Furr are feeding 45 hogs for the market w L Lawson has sold his Flatwoods farm to Pete Spainhowcr fur 2000 Rev A J Murrell has moved into Mr tenant house in the Flat w H Furr and J C Clouse bought 8 hogs in Rockcastle county There was preaching at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday by the pastor Rev Murrell W E Spangler and W H Furr sold three fat hogs to W G Lawson for 625 hundred LOWELL J B Parks bought of Sweeney Mor gan two horses for will Henderson has come back from to rest up a few days There is a great deal of sickness in Lowell every one having the grippe The last freeze killed all the peach es and most of the cherries in this section Alex Beazley of Lancaster spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Bettis of this place The Railroad company have put up a mail crane here and the train will While picking greens a little six darky by the name of Roy Guinn was bitten by a snake the little fellow was by himself and step ped on the snakes tail when it bit him on the big toe People are afraid to sleep much in Lowell since the hemp has been here in town It is very dangerous as the trains pass in about thirty feet of it and it it should catch on fire this windy weather the whole town would burn To the School Children and friends of Garrard have entered the contest for the Free Trip to the Worlds Fair and earnestly solicit the votes of my friends The ballots will be placed at Judge Hemphills office under the direction of Judge Hughes Respectfully a17tf Amanda Anderson The Democratic Committee of Gar rard county is requested to meet at the court room in Lancaster Ky at one oclock p m on Saturday April 18 to appoint officers for pre said county for conducting the State primary election and for the transaction of such other business as may come 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 M D HUGHES Secy 2t Farm for Sale Having made some changes in my business I offer for sale my farm of 145 acres on and Buck eye Turnpike three miles from Lan caster Garrard County Ky It is in the very hightest state of being especially adapted for growing hemp tobacco and corn Fronts half mile omsaid Turnpike and best neighborhood in the county Will sell for less than its rents brought me past two Two good crops will for it Terms to suit chaser Address J E Robinson B Ledford or the owner at Lancaster Ky W McC Johnston 2t 1 t jl iori lll I j hermother Mount dry inPaynes for hundred- to per 115 Livingsron your hauled during 1 CountyI A Call Police th Lancaster j wa fairly Improved J 625 year old tigers In cultivation Insightsplendidly teed yearn pay pun for for W in to is i J il HutcIiijiSBulil3 to J C Fox 52 J II Thompson sold a last week 00 airs Billie Rigsby is visiting in Mt VernonBen bought a nice twoyear old filley for J L Anderson sold 20 hogs to Brown McGarley J B Hutchins bought a horse from for 70 Menifee Elmore sold a horse to Mrs Cummins for 36 J M Cress bought a car load of hogs Rockaste Co at J R Rogers sold four yearling mules Dan Huthins for 200 Sam Anderson bought two heifers from W H Brown for Sic J F Holtzclaw bought a fine jack from Tuck Hubble for 250 D M Anderson sold a nice jack to Joe Smith of Brodhead for 225 Mrs Eva Gray of Lebanon Junction visiting her father W P Dishon and family Mrs Garner and beautiful daughter was visiting Mr Dave Thompson and wife Saturday Miss Mamie Hyatt of Stanford has been visiting his uncle MrChas Spoon amore and family The projucted by Wm Sutton was well attended and the pieces well delivered by all the contes tants Miss Annie Holtzclaw was the successfull winner Our school has closed for this year Prof Tyler and Miss Bruce King the teachers have made many friends while hereand have given general as teachers We are real sorry to see them leave For a Good Cause The Ladies Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church has made with the Ideal for a performance at the Wednesday evening the 22nd proceeds for the benefit of the society The company is composed a number firstclass artists and come very highly recommended The musical numbers and character sketches are exceptionally good Admission 15c adults 25 reserved seats 35 cents Seats now on sale at Stormes drug store and a have been sold the date a102t Things that formerly came to those who waited now go to those who hustle Spring Opening of Wall Paper We are of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which were imported The prices range from the cheap pers are being opened daily and are on display at our store and the people of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to Inspect them Estimates furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting work done promptly by men Paints and Window Glass We have the best paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the market prices 300 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY SQ Pit Rlelf EUS V 1 JI hog 50 ThosSmith H Gets Eugene sat- Isfaction I arrangements Entertainers Court- House children number I I some competent ready mixed AE ibbons j ink for lc contest cents Remember expensive S Mr Griff ilardjii a lifelong citizen of this neiKliborhoqd died at his home MI back creole lust Sunday or pnrumoui audwus buried on Monday at liuckeyi He leaves a wife and several children who have the sympathy of all lIe was upward of 60 yearsand a soldier in the late civil war The roads are in a terrible condit ion impassable with teams Unless there is driving and other work done on the roads it will be dangerous to travel them CominhsioMcrs Sato GAKUAIID CIRCUIT COURT Settle Doores Adinr Plff vs Bettie Doores Hrs c Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1903 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 following dtscrib ed property in the city of Lancaster Garrartl county Ky on the North side of Water street adjoining the lands of Noel sisters now Harris and Gar 10 inches by Water street beginning at a point 111 feet and 10 from the west edge of the alley east of said property and running back at right angles with front line 85 feet thence at right angle turn cast 0 feet and 10 inches thence a right angle turn N 111 feet G inches thence with line of Garrard Female College to the west edge of the on the East of said property thence west edge of said alley to the North of Water St containing about onehalf acre be the more or less The above property is adjudged to be not susceptible of and will be sold as a whole TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six and 12 months borjd with good se curity will be required of the purcha ser for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing G per cent from paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOIN W MILLER Raster Comr Garrard Circuit Court apnl103fc Commissioners Sale of Land GAKUAKD Cmcurr COUUT J F Stigalls Adm Plff vs D W Faulker c Defts By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at it 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 the following described in Garrard County Ky Beginning at a stone corner to Adams heirs land Gross thence with line with said Adams heirs N 89i V 137 poles to a stone a new corner to the line of same thence a nsw line N 351 E 5lj to a stone on the line of 1J Gross thence with said Gross line S Gt E GO poles to an angle of a fence corner and a stone thence with the same N2GJ E 54 poles to a stone Corner to the same thence S G9t E 34 610 poles to a stone and containing 37 acres This sale to satisfy the debts interest and costs towit 15000 with interest at the rate of six annum from of G ner centannum from the 15th April 1898 until paid Subject to the fol lowing credits The sum of 10000 paid on the 15 day of November 18118 The sum of 82250 paid on Jan 1st 1901 The sum of 2500 paid on the 1st day of February 1902 The sum of 4000 paid on the 24th day of March 1902 Making due on the said debts less the credits as aforesaid on the 27th day of April 1903 the date of sale the sum of 10917 and the cost of this action making the total to be realized bytheed cannot be divided without mater ially impairing its value and it will therefore be sold as a whole TERMS The sale willbe made on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the purchas er for the purchase payable to the undersigned bearing G per cent ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money paid JNO W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court y of Laud the LancasterGraded edge same in erest day of sale until bidder and II is made following per cent paidAlso paidhaving M OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR INSPECTION YOUR VEil C LBS Our display this season surpasses anything have ever at tempted to show Over Two In Stock The Yeiy Latest Jfovelties in lie Vehicle Line Our experience ot over 20 years knowing what to buy and how to buy will be 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 we Hundred N fo Our WITH Although the stock has moved rapidly still If there are STACKS OF BARGAINS 2 left Row is your opportunity Q to your Spring Shoes Hats Furnishings j HardwareFurniture All kinds of Produce wanted PAINT LICK Call and settle your account The business must be wound up rcIj 0 60 S II 0 p ronti Al 0 Ci31 Ur rrrS 0 J t1 j 8J Y J0 i f M f g i I UNABATED INTEREST I o G get I i AT I lay I B l Z JIdonnmgS dO I i tE s I fa- S s t z 1st r o z iQ p iiini i ol RN Your house needs Paintin Let us furnish the material STORE We want to sell you your OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE A Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call and See Us Our Prices Right Everything Paint Line PrisTDies Drug Store PAINT L J 1 S t Papering Inside D i 3 0 n oi 0 J1 e oJtr 21J6ro g are i fuTIle t C 3 a a v bag thtsde RUG tMCROERTS 000000000v000000000CO0000000000C 00000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 d tn 0 0 0 0 0 Q I 4 WSJEAZf3Y Dentists Office over Thomp sons store Danville st y t G C Farm FA- RIt1Beazley For Circuit ttierk f We are authorized to announce J W Ilmnl ton as a candidate for nomination oi Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court subject lothe action of the Democratic party Old papers for sale Lenny Miller at The Record office for theottt rt rIi YJ i ty J itI IoM itA WJ LVING IN A tlRA V 1 A woman is obliged to be in bed all the time or most of the time because of disease is practically buried alive This peculiarly so if she has been an active woman fond of sports and pastimes Life seems all lost to her If at times who is outdoor she can creep from bed tolook on at the sports of others she feels like a phantom the scene of former joys No woman need accept weakness and c sickness as her lot for life Dr Pierces Favor c ite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick wom i en well It es revisiting Qiicaco Ills Dirt not pay attention Co it until 1 QUa ulceration and inflammation set in Was so wck that I was obliged to be in bed most of the tithe for me I Pierces which cured me com using it only a little over I have had perfect health since and have reason ll triedDr Favorite pletelyafter tablishes regularity dries the drains that weaken women heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness Several years I met with an accident which caused falling of the uterus writes Mrs F H VicePresident Womans Ten nis Club residing at 113 Newberry n your medicine cure female troubles Weak and sick women are invited to Dr Pierce by letter free ence is held as sacredly the written confi dences of being guard ed by the same strict privacy observed by Dr to1 that consult Allcorrespond women professional believe confidential Pierce personal consultations with sick women Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works won ders for weak women in sickwomen FREE Ftoroom Oammmi- iof tamps MJT mxpmmmm of mtmillHM ONLY tiro paper cavem r SI ml A cM MMr voltooo A4e Y Pioroo Biiflat MfeaJrfrifcMi Im gent FREE Send 21 D ell t S r wne n fpN 1- wwwwwwww For the Farmer Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc We have some 80Q trusts now organ ized in the United States with an ag gregate capital 814000000000 Tnere is vast power in these figures The demand for draft horses by buyers at Chicago is greater than the supply They are wanted east for heavy draft work and for common to choice horses 125 to 225 The fat cow which is fit for the block at all times is attractive to the eye but we have learned from dear that such a cow is not to keep One may pin his faith in the angular cow whose bony is an indication that her food goes largely to the production of milk The commercial fertilizer used an nually in the United States amounts to between 40000000 and 50000000 Most of the States have provided for official inspection ot fertilizer to the farmer from fraud The applications are made in the Southern States In some of the States hardly any commercial fer tilizers are sold Traderand ill III o f eastern experience profitable structure protect heaviest prairie p rri LJtf The quantity of butter exported from the United States during the calendar year 1902 amounted to only 8959316 pounds against 23249565 IDS inlOOl and 13283587 Ib s in 1900 If a horse breaks into the crib 01 bin and gorges himself on grain give him a good dose of oil sweet oil cotton seed oil and linseed oil are all good To give him watei on a grain gorged stomach will insure an aggravated case of founder Ewes with lambs at their sides should be fed with a safe grain ration such as one composed of fine parts oats one part peas two parts corn giving a pound of this mixture to each eweW W Evans the well known trot ting horseman of Lexington has sold to Roy Miller of Macon Ga the sen sational yearling filly Flying Dotte by Beanadotte out of a mare by Artillery for 5000 the largest price paid for a yearling filly in the last decade During the month of January of this year the production of whisky in Ken tucky amounted to 7122668 gallons Estimates made for the total produc tion in the State for the year which are pronounced conservatlveplace the amount at over 30000000 gallons So it will he seen that in Kentucky alone there will be produced this yearenough whisky to give to every man woman and child in the United States nearly oilcastor Flying CATARRHThe treatment of Catarrh with antiseptic and astringent washes lotions salves medicated tobacco and cigarettes or any external or local application is just as senseless as would be kindling a fire on top of the pot to make it boil True these give temporary relief but the cavities and passages of the head and the bronchial tubessoon fill up again with mucus Taking cold is the first step towards Catarrh for it checks perspiration and the poisonous aclua and vapors should pass off through the skin are thrown back upcn thnnmcous membrane or inner skin J ortusiag4nflammation and excessive flow of mucus I much of which is absdrbed into the blood and through the circulation part of the system involving the Stomach Kidneys and other parts of the body When the disease assumes the dry form the breath becomes exceedingly foul blinding headaches are frequent the red hearing affected and a constant ringing in the ears No remedy not reach the polluted blood can cure Catarrh S S S expels from the ft8ch every thatdoeS circulation all offensive matter and when pure blood is again coursing the body the mucous membranes become Healthy and the skin active all the disagreeable painful symptoms disap pear and a permanent thorough cure is effected S S S a strictly vegetable blood does not derange Stomach and digestion but the appetite and general health rapidly under its tonic effects Write us about your case and get the best medical advice free Book on blood and skin diseases sent on application THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga LEWIS Y LEAYELL President J S KOBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The G1TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL fc ooo SURPLUS ioo t B F HUDSON Cashier W O EIQNKY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis J S Robinson B 3 X Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 DBRHY JtwUcit JOHN B v S C DENNY Ca Wer J F Robinson AfrCashr B T Embry iIBECTOESn J t YLeavell F Hudson C Z493 i J i AIL Vice Prelt I Book keeper r WJ1 Al 2 ness Jn 1CswnnsWHXlm JltIr J r P 1 LANCAsTER TORILES SmljyMoran D A Boblxion I Solicited If j I aCbP cures I- chiate DIREORSI CtoupLewis y Leaven j s Robinson B P not I or P lUDgs t kitS a half gallon Dr James B AP Mprolfnt f jhe Unlv i ilv f inu sitld itni recent T If it oiniiS lo jmss that the good education any boy wants is nut opened to lilm as freely as to I ho rich mans son then God help us Nothing can destroy so ciety more effectually When all the learning is with the rich and all Igno ranee with the poor may God help us No boy with the right stuff i a him need ever have the door of the University slammed in his face Whenever boys or girls want an education ne matter what the pur suit of the father they shouldhave as fair a chance as though they were children of a Standard Oil magnate MANSE Miss W Marksbury has been with relatives here Mr Vaughn Norman one of Manses efficient clerks has been visiting in Richmond Miss Nettie Parks of is expected to visit her sister Mrs Lizzie Dunn this week Dr B Ramsey and family who have been spending the winter in North Carolina has returned home Rev Friason of Huntington W Va who has acceptea the call given by the Presbyterian church will be with the congregation the 4th Sunday of this month A Sweet Breath Is a never falling 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 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 can eat whatever I like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet 1 m STONE Mr J B Fain of Michigan is with home folk T K Green bought of Nelson Dean a farm for 150 Thompson the of C S San ders is very sick of pneumonia Mrs Mary E Sanders rented to Sam Mofford a field of grass for S100 Sunday School opened at this place Sunday with a promising future The infant of Mr and Mrs Wm Clark was buried at Lancaster last week Miss Duskey East visited her sister Mrs Mat Harvy in Madison last week Mrs Sallie Grow of Judson was the guest of Mrs Mary A Sanders last Fri dayMr W Rice and mother of Marks bury visited Mr and Mrs C M Mober Icy last week Master Ed Totten has arrived to spend the summer with his sister Mrs Nettie Preston We are glad to say that Mrs Wm Teater is able to be up after four months sickness Mrs Ollie Potts and sister Miss Ona Gulley of your city attended the of their sisters child last Bro Gillianwill deliver a lecture to Sunday afternoon May 3rd at three oclock Gentlemen you are all invited to attend You will be repaid for your trouble by listening to lectureNorene the littto child of Mr and Mrs Leslie Green died Wednesday morning after two months of illness The remains were laid to Fork Dear father and mother do not weep for your little darling she is now an angel In heaven she is free from all her suffering Jesus said little children to come unto me and forbid them not for such is the Kingdom of Heaven We extend our sympathy to the parents in their trouble After La Grippe what Usuallyjahacking cough anda gen eral feeling ofweakness often leading to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point and Tar is to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well It never fails to stop a cough if taken in ime Take no substitute 1 May Prejudice roots on a perch from which facts are barred Good for Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives 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 the 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 1m labor digs the grave of worry Cbronle Bronchitis Cured For ten years I had chronic bron chitis so bad that at times I could hardly speak a whisper writes Mr Joseph Coffman of Montmorenci Ind I tried all remedies available but with no success Fortunately my that I try Foleys Honey and Tar Its effect was almost miraculous and I am now cured of the On iny recommendation many people have uSed Foleys Honey and Tar and always with satisfaction SoltfW CeifciStQreB TLm s cr If L 1 add ran GeorgiaDunn yearstried and strengt I lIttlesonl funeral I ol theme a rest at Scotts FoleysHoney guaranteed n Contented above disease 4 I Thursday suffer Immediate 4 4 employer suggested u r t WieS eand LaGrJppe because J doesdlately Into thffston broughtt trobble It theaJ soothes aId ieyer Witch otca s tho- fiammat LItIIzi euro tits llUInc Ieije in all of Ctfligii any t takes effect rJgli at the seat tcitdraws ou the In uinelon ermanently by enabling the Sold byOCOfltr1bute pure OFAY KINO 2IH 227 tf1 J5J hands owned Noel and W B IJiirtin Brown horse bred by Thus B ArmituueNew YorljN Y Cilre lTJieKliig2I3 Nellie Brace 215 Clay l Vlttc- soX s 6 Jl1ll M v DoraU By King Clay IlsiLIlll194 Marble 211 Eola tc 2 Doe IA Edgar fiiet clay I Ura Amy 220K by Volunteer 55 Darn of Clay l granddam of Volo Sire of St 2llM si others sons have sired ITriiud dmiglittrs lnvo produced Dick 21 212 Iloiuestukc 2ll i etc 2 lam Belle Brandon Itamblctonla 10 Dam of Amy U sire of mid lldalr sire of 2 Sire of Georgo Wilkes Electioneer hippy MedIum Harold etc by Young Bacchus KIng Clay 5J4 of Clay King Is a son of Harry Clay 45 dam 22 Tom Wonder U7 2 Star darn of Artillery 2r lH by American Star 11 3 dine by ills stud career is practically just there in out a horseman In the who does not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme speed Every man at the Lexington track has seen his get what has never been lone by the produce of any other horse they have seen his quarters seconds and thensell for startling prices have seen tires a speed gameness and genuine rice horse qualities as those nay ever quarteredln 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 BOLLAItS to insure a living colt sound and all right lien re talned on colt for season All care taken to accidents but if any should occur we will not be responsible for same CASTEL Black Jack 1 J hauls high foaled In 1S91 sirfd Mitchel Jack lie by Gricgs Jack he by fbi Lee he by hickHawk lie by Imported Warrior Dam of Castcl was Bur dine big 16 Jennet Catel will makti the senson of lOOt at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule or JS to Insure a Mare Mule Young Sampson mack Jack hands high foaled in 1899 known as the Jeff Dunn young Jack stand at the same place at Seven Dollars- I will stand both Jacks under the same term to Insure a living colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt for season Not responsible It any accident should occur W T Noel Buckeye Ky jC i J r 1 JJ c I JIJfiJ ralJJfiI1JIJIiJrrEffi r I lfill IJv Y 1 eii I j T1Jc 21 7 M 27 1i 59 e3 2is 1 Strou woo 2O lc i ti u today FE 7r a e 1 II his older E6 rm m JIlr len E3 fE 15 1m IE fIiIJ f f II II 1l ni I i1 r1 Sire of 2193 225 King I273 Maid 2l3 lull FiatEl 2eO3 as a begun zuui prevent ill BEUNA VISTA J B Ruble bought of Mr Jackson a mule for Miss Ora Poor began a subscription school Monday Mrs Will Dickerson of McCreary attended church here Sunday James Christopher sold 16 ewes and 18 lambs to A T Scott for 115 A T Scott has rented the belonging to the Presbyterian church for 50 Mrs John Christopher and daughter of Lexington visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ed Aldrich of Covington the family of J J Poor and other relatives here last week James Spoonamore the efficient clerk at Scott Co store is confined at home with the mumps Mrs Chas Scott was in Danville part of last week with her brother Ansel Dismukes who has been quite illMiss Mittic Dunu favored her school with a egg hunt Friday afternoon found the largest also the one containing ten cents Howard King surprised his friends by quietly driving to Jessamine on the 28th ult and returning nextday with his bride Miss Uendren of Am brose They were married in Nicho lasville at the home of Sev He is to be congratulated on winning such a beautiful and popular young ladySaturday was a gala day at the home of Mrs Margaret Robinson who cele brated her 91st anniversary Many pleasant birthdays have been spent at the old homestead but this per haps was the most delightful Five daughters pne son eight grand chil dren three great grand children and several friends assembled to enjoy the day with grandma Robinson who is the oldest person in this section Four generations were present A bounte ous and appetizing dinner was served after which devotional exercises were held by her soninlaw Rev H J Tom linson After the singing of God be with you the guests began to wishing Mrs Robinson many happy returns Those from a distance were Mr D B Jones and family Mrs Eugene Land and Mrs Smith of Lex ington Mrs Perkins of Middlesboro Mr andMrs J B Robinsonof Versailles Hugh Tomlinson State College Bolton Caldwell College Miss Skinner Lancaster Will Kpillman from near Burgin Mr and Mrs Hogan Bryantsville Duo Notice Is 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 un adulterated 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 Those persons who get the gen uine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed because it cures Sold by C C J E Stormes 1m A writer without ambition is almost as bad as a poet with an idea A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lees yule Ind when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption He writes I endured insufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and soon thereat ter effected a complete cure Similar of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Jts the peerless remedy for all throat and iuflg troubles Price5Oc and 100 Guaranteed bj McRoberts druggist Trial bottles free 1m 120 pasture- land visited Mauddelle King number Nell Cooper disperse Bessie Served DeWitts many worthless counterfeits cures f 4 4I4 dli 1Pa IU1tIriI 11 i nd 11fI IIuieISahe haS II d sill not tiI lotJ1Ij arid this bitS eIltire eited Srt Ui mO BSr TJJ DeW z iTillliof pUt s that vouI yeiltr Ireltuien fact out many worthil couii terOSC PCrSon who get tleefl I been ltLyJ1 rei Salve are I it is appointed rIt is easier to invent a windmill th n it is to raise the wind to make it go SEVERE ATTACK OF GUlP Cured by one bottle of Chiuuberlalus Cough ICemedy When I had an attack of the grip last winter the second one I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry Editor of the Enterprise Shortville N Y This Is the honest truth I at times kept from coughing myself to piecesby taking a teaspoon ful of this remedy and when the coughing soell would come on at would take a dose and it seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfectly free from cough and its pains To say that the remedy acted as a most agreeable sur prise is putting it very mildly I had no idea that it would or could knock out the grip simply because I had ne ver tried it for such a purpose but it did and it seemed with the second at tack of couching the remedy caud 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 Fur sale by all druggists 1 May When a man meddles with politics he must either put up or shut up 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 New Scientific Discovery Remarkable developments have re cently resulted from chemical labora tory experiments on the digestion of food A most remarkable instance re cently took place in the laboratories of E C DeWitt Co ot Chicago where chemical experiments are carried on In the test referred to one of Kodol a prepa ration consisting of a combination of vegetable acids and the natural pep tones which a healthy stomach should contain and the preparing of which is the result of scientific research and experiments was placed in a glass tube containing 3000 grains of food con sisting of mince pie molasses candy white bread boiled ham pork fat roast beef boiled potatoes cheese hard boiled eggs nuts and baked beans This food was placed in a tube in its original state the tube was placed in water and heated over alcohol lamps until it reached a of 103 degrees which is the normal temperature of the stomach In the short time of four hours the entire mass of food was thorougnly the action of the Kodol having been more complete in its work than it is possible forth most healthy stomach to accomplish and it is not belie ved that there Is one person out of one hundred whose stomach would have so completely digested this mass of food There are preparations which will digest certain classes of food but the great desideratum has been to ob one that will digest all classes of This has been foahd in this im discovery Kodol is consider ed In medical science the first of a preparation that contains the exact juices anti acids that are to be found in a healthy stomach Kodol contains them in justthe same pro portions constituting it an absolute harmless preparation and the most completely effective known to science immediately relieving indi gestion and permanently curing dys pepsia FP Friable hasbeen fortu nate enough to secure the agency for Kodol lit Chamberlains night- I accompanying I regularly sponge cake temperature even food port discovery nt teaspoonful digested tam diest 1 m1 r 0 Jo h r temper ture tJlCstom fiillort Of four IqS M fJoI hQrolJinlYdfnanki haclioto the riq3a7 Fr trf1rrr nil heck tOIf POS tJn liJtirs awas iir COIIplctc In 1ts vork thanforthie most healthy cit Oi 1 GAM BRUNO 1712 Il c irl S2O 14 Sire itJIngKlc n nslimsin 32 0 mrr ioof high vihur liiirse mid Slrc t by Wuiiibctla Wlllc 21 14 Sire ifGuInette2W Wceil Wllkc tie Lorlne 20 Gambrel 210 KyeTut 2lEmma Offutt 2li J etc First dnm Delilah darn of Cleraeutln 219 Jonnie C 222 1 y Ailmlnistrntar S57 2 W- iScoml Mary Elmer ibis of Clevelnml l y Mnmbrnnello 221 dim by Star Fourth dam lam l y Brown Pilot Gambruno brown tnllionl5tl n l8 high splcudhl form anl notion ami will make the season of 1803 at my farm on the Lancaster pike 4 miles from Danville Ky Money duo when colLJs foaled inmbruno has two In the list oil will pro duce high style and high acting trotter so much sought nfterby dealers he having ed his own racIng qiMlitlo as a two year old driving Hr Sparks in third hent iu 22 Grass furnished at 230 per month I will also stand a firstclass mule jack at S to IusHrnil living colt Not responsible for ac cidents JOIIS S KAlJIIMAX- 1non 2 Danville Ky t om trial t eel the by Lot 228U Third Is a At rs to Itisiirc ii LHjllg Colt f1laOear fot0OJanuzrrh90tf iO them Dash pros An ounce of happiness is of misery If you would hit tile target aim a little above it Every arrow that Hies feels the attraction of earth ICnbbed llio Orave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows I was in an avfil 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 f0 cents guar anteed at McRoberts drug store1m REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National OF LANCASTER KY AT Close of Business April 9 1903 discounts J131CI CO secured and unsecured iJifw 0- 3OS HId to sesnro circulation 500OU 00 Stocks securities etc lJOO 00 7500 00 Due from National Itnnks not He serve Agents Duo from approved reserve agents Checks mid other cash Items J Notes of other National Hanks 100 00 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents IS iT LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE Is hANK viz t 001 CO Legaltender notes 3723 01 131M 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas nrer r per cent of circulation 250Q 00 TOTAL 77y ii M stock pail in 00 Surplus foOd lOUOOOOl lei expenses and taxes Diid 05 National Hank notes ontstandiiiE lafiO 00 Due to othir National ItHtiks 5C70 Vile to Stilt Hankers Tt Individual deposits subject to check 153 li Ox Certified if 00 TOTAL STATE OF KENTCCKY COUNTY OF GAKICARD ss I B F time above iiftined batik do solemnly swear tInt the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief U F unisoN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me his lay of April 1903 S C Denny Notary Public CORRECT Attest LYL AVEi J J WALKER Directors J S KODINSON J REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER 91903 RESOURCES To n and discounts lS92n7 Orordrnft secured anti unsecured rasa V S Bonds to secure circulation WPOO 00 5fooVsfornritipaotn is mn no 11000 00 Due National Hanks tot reserve nsents Jtt1 w One from approved re erve acents Kljm Checks and sh items f W other National Hanks 13n m Fractional paperonrrencvnlckelsets 77 15 LAWFUL MossY RESERVE Is BASK Spe e 71Vi C- OTeedltender notes 3J 00 00 Redemption Fund with nrer circulation 2J5rti no Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in SOnno on Surnlnp fond 10000 00 Undivided profitsless expenses and taxe l ll n M Votes Ontstnndins 49fM Oft One to Other National Hunks 32VI to State Banks find Bankers 708 71 Tndlrldnnl denosits subject to check 107 r Ceitlfied checks SCO 00 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GAni VCD ss I 8 C DESNY Cashier of the above tinmed bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the of my and belief DENNYCashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th of April 1903 R KINK AIRD Public Commission expires January 10th lOOt COBBCCT Attest WM H KhcNAiRD ALEX R DENNY Directors TACROBISSOS 1 worth a tot u OF TilE Ban ltESOUUIS Loans and Overdrafts Bunkinghousefurnlture and tlxture sees fil i1IABILITIES i ts 1 kl fTi lOt Uudon Cashier of KY AT The Close ofBuilles Apri Dank In llOnefnrrIhJrent I frm other Notes of YIZ U S Trenj f I16 I inn t- One 1 2911 I S C day 9 r 1 sunken tsi Coo 30000 i OFTIIE fixtures 5 N iRS rllll tTrl I 11111 lllld fixtures Jc tol 51f 0 Seen no 11r li Nib1111rk J i 1totlflrvdrvrei15 M iNit1ojj Rat siujsi sa bndiy tlit lcoutliiypI purchased a li Ixittlj t I ia uiiiiiitul made not over one dozn appiir tions and was cntir1y cured i can highly recimmi mi Ii acainpli for all crupiiuns cf i u striu irKj Vouici tIlL l Without it in Imu- iParuwunp instantly ar rl cures Sure MUM M isclar tism Keiiru4ia J iu u lidChest Nasal Pains in tr Lack and Slmuiirs Bruises Hun and Cuts Swcilin iid Iiil nnati Keeps the skin suit smooth pliable and in a heathy coiKlitiou bting a perfect Anticoplic All druggists art authorized to guar antee Paracamph to give satisfaction when used as directed Sold only in l rc oOc 100 bottles at all good drtiKRists t f Henry Teris the wellknown paprr hanger offers his services to th pub lie Best work at low prices l 11r Ill roils t i at art 5itW b tI- Tj li1 i iIi 1111 We have just returned from the East with Ever Shown 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 SALLIE D TILLT e THETiijUIj Never get beet ween a do and his bone or between a man and his hobby vr of Colds and Rrlpe The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Kemedy 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 01 that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an at tack of the grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all 1 May TMHnram l fe WHH Doctor of Veterina Ty JlLdicine Grad uate of McKillip of Chicago Ills Special attention to Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry canine practice Residence and of lice cor Island Broadway Tel 357 INVILTJB KENTUCKY KODOL digests what you eat KODOL purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troubles KODOL action of the gas inc glands and gives tone to the digestive organs an overworked stomach nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KODOL is the wonderful remedy that is making so many sick people well people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2tf times the triO size which Sells SOc Prepared only by E C DeWITT CO CHICAGO are the most fatal of all dis r5f KIDNEY CURE Is 8 Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and U 0 Notice All persons having c John Rob inson deed or against estate are hereby notified to present same to us at the Farmers National Bank Danvi lc Ky on or befor May 1st 1501 duly proven as required by law This March Ifitu 1003 JAM E SriLMAN SMtt GEO W WELSH Executors Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Or Kings New Discovery V OXSTTMPTIOX and x diim SOe A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free a 1 lfc yCi FAVORITE WEAK WOMEN I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DifMto what you eat j I druggists Jl J3f Veterinary College also cleanses KODOLcures acceleratesthe KODOLrelieves andweak contained for KIDNEY DISEASES eases u t eminent i hIS For Price SIOO fRo i r s I 4 1rn ns against PARAPHRASE OF PSALM xxm 1 The Lords my Father loving kind Each want supplied In Him 1 find 2 Weary and sad I veek Ills breast He whispers Peace and gives me rest 3 To Him my life my all I owe Each day lib pardoning love I know He seeks me out and guides me home 4 And when deep darkness hides His face And the onward way I cannot trace Still trusting Him I will nut fear I have Ills promise He is near Through death shall my comfort be My Fathers hand Is leading me 6 Though foes surround 1 still am brave Kor He my Refuge Is strong to rave With loving kindness He crowns my days Till my heart overflows in grateful praise 6 Ills shall guard me well For with my Lord 1 will ever dwell Murella Esther riupps itt itaplist Union BE CONSISTENT 4 Word to UieMnn Wbo ln vcr lug I Hypocrisy of rro You will uot join churvh because of inconsistent church members Con sistency then is the word you wish to emphasize Very well replies Rev Newell Dwight Hillis Here is the world of trade and commerce To morrow merchants will adulterate their goods traders will tamper with their weights will water their milk drapers will sell cotton for silk clerks will steal money from the bank and the whole kingdom of trade stands for hypocrisies and lies Since you do not care to associate with withdraw from business said pledge yourself never again to enter the kingdom of commerce If sistent members keep you out of the church why do not inconsistent members keep you out of business Here is the kingdom of law lawyers will be tricksters They will suborn witnesses They will evidence They will deal in because some lawyers are unprofessional that compel you to stand aloof from the study of jurisprudence Here is the kingdom of love and marriage Tomorrow some man will play false to his mar riage and some woman will pro fane the holiest sanctities and those who have solemnly pledged themselves to the law of love will stand forth clothed with hypocrisy as with a gar ment But does their inconsistency mean that you can never found your home and that you can never stand at a marriage altar and never swear fealty in the name of an eternal friendship Why there are spots on the sun but we need the sun for har vest To be consistent you must give np the Venus de Milo because there is a flaw in the marble We must pull down the Parthenon because there are black stains on the columns Now something is wrong in the man who refuses to the church of inconsistency but turns around and gives allegiance to a hun dred other institutions in the very face of greater inconsistencies The time has gone forever for men to plead the bigotry and bad lives of the unworthy disciples of a Master who confessedly is worthy Peter and Judas were not Christian and their Master N lint in that hour of misrepresentation they ceased to be disciples and became hypocrites Let all those who dislike hypocrisy immediately the company of Judas and Peter with his denial and join the ranks of the ten We grant that there are men outside of the church who are better than in the church Now and then a youth appears in the realm of art who is blessed with such native genius that instinctively he understands the laws of drawing and perspective the laws of harmonious And side by side with him is another youth who for years has the under a great artistmaster and after long drill can scarcely equal his brother is selftaught But shall gifted youth who has so much from his parents and his God declaim against his father or despise the school qf art There many poor pupils in and colleges but when some youth who is far from being the scholar do not rail against the college and the university The poor scholar the more necessary the of the school in which he studies Not ptkerwige il pei In the For when to crooked paths I roam this led a ill on vow who this erthe r c- v o loving mercy CArttia milkmen hypocrites Tomorrow conceal subterfuges Rut will because misrepresented leave other some and been in school received are schools you find ideal maintenance t sinful and weak and full of is the more necessary to strengthen the church that manhood later may become strengthened Un consciously he who urges the incon sistency of Christians and rails against their errors has forged a that turns against himself How ungenerous are all these as well as how wicked We live I in Gods world He hath fitted up this worldhouse as no prince hath ever fitted up the halls of a palace We breathe His air are warmed by His summers we feed upon His harvests we are pilgrims stoop and drink at His fountains The angel of His providence goes before us to prepare I lifes way the angel of His mercy follows afterus to recover us from out transgressions And how shall men meet such overflowing generosity with instant obedience What mark across the page or memory so black as the mark of ingratitude Man and III Work Labor is for man and not man for labor Rams Horn RIPENING OF CREAM Unless Perfect Cleanllne Charae terlze the Good te alts Are Oat ol the Qaeti Shallow setting produces cream ficiently ripened as a general thing at the time of gathering Occasionally it is overripened causes considerable difficulty in good butter In deep setting skimmings may be put into one can and held at a temperature of from 60 to 70 degrees From 24 to 36 hours will be sufficient to ripen it for churn ing Some think it is necessary to use a starter for cream from deep setting If buttermilk is used it should be the first or top as drawn off the churn washed scalded and kept in a cool pure atmosphere About onehalf pint to one gallon of cream will be to use The abnormal practice of ripening cream in a churn that has not been demned The cream is hurried along fast enough but bad flavors propa gated in this way invariably spoil the butter Separated cream may be ripened the same as cream from deep setting but it requires more time probably an additional ten to 20 hours according to circumstances Every farmhouse has a different temperature where the milk is kept A buttermaker must make rules to fit the surroundings Cleanliness how ever applies to every buttermaker and every milk room It is impossible to make a nicely flavored butter with any part of the surroundings filthy Fla j vor comes from fermentation that is induced by germs Foul dishes bad odors and filthy surroundings propa gate obnoxious germs that affect the j flavor of butter disastrously Cleanli ness first last and at all times is necessary to tb production of good butter E L Jenkins KILLS DISEASE GERMS Electric Bath Recommended by Tan kee Inventor to Stamp Out the Cattle Plague Since the discovery that the terrible foot and mouth disease has begun its ravages among cattle of the New England states every means has been utilized to stamp out the plague and prevent it from spreading to other herds the state and national depart ments of agriculture the farmers to this end It is not im probable that the apparatus here il lustrated the recent invention of Andrew Nimmo of Groton Mass may be of considerable value in this work having been designed especially for j the purpose of freeing of j THE GERMKILLING BATH parasites As will be seen the idea is to immerse the animal in a bath thus subjecting whatever parasitic growths may have found lodgment to the action of liquid of Itself would destroy of the germs but the further in his work and applies a of electricity to church it I I I I I I suf- whichsometimes making several glassjars sufficient washed cannot be too severelycon j cooperatingwith tl I are error weapon excuses save Proves absolutely many inceptor goes current i i complete the treatment by destroying any parasites which have survived the bath The liquid preferably used is a weak solution of acetic acid this Will add to tl e conductivity of the bath so that a weak current or one of low voltage may be sufficient to kill the germs without injury to the ani mal In applying the treatment the animal is first driven into the bath in which one pole of the battery is placed A metallic yoke or fork is then placed over the neck with a wire leading from the end of the fork back j to the battery to receive the return current the animals head being forced under the surface of the liquid for an instant to allow the current to act on all parts of the rifle CourierJournal DAIRY AND LIVE STOCK Some dairymen spend enough time weeping spilled milk to buy a whole cow The American hog has rooted his way into nearly every corner of the civil ized world No country dare go to war without him If you do not know anything about sheep dont start with over ten You will lose enough on these ten if you are not a sheep man by instinct Never allow anyone to tease of tickle your horse in the stable The animal only feels the torment and does not understand the joke Vicious habits are thus brought on It is about an even thing today whether you raise a good steer or a good colt each will sell for about the same price when two years old There is more risk with the colt however The disputes between the cattle and the sheep men which are becoming so serious in many parts of the west are no new thing Abraham and Lot had the same old trouble Where sheep live cattle starve The fat cow which is fit for the block at all times is attractive to the eye but we have learned from dear that such a cow is not profitable keep One may pin Iris faith to the angular cow whose bony structure is pronounced which is an indication that her food goes largely to the production of Journal This is the BE PREPARED FOR THEM issue a splendid at a very SMALL COST which will PROTECT YOUR General Insurance Agent as I skinLouis I I I I to I milkFarm time- I of y CYClDNfSI Ie Ie We INSURANCE POLICY over experience 3ar for 1 1 ins r NEW KENTUCKY HOME State Building at Worlds Fair Vv id Be Handsome PEN SKETCH OF TilE STRUCTURE Bcrlptlon ilun to send 120 School Teachers to the Exposition UhAll of Their Kxpeiiies Paid At no time In her history has Ken tucky thought of a of such beauty architecturally or of such in a commercial and way as the structure which will represent the state at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year It may be said without any fear of contradiction that the Kentucky building will be as handsome as any building in the group of states at the exposition if in deed it Is not handsomer The build ing committee of the Kentucky Ex hibit association spent two months in securing from the architects of the state drawings and another fortnight in arriving at the most satisfactory design It is not possible to give to the building its real beauty in a news paper cut but the one st jrm is as close a counterfeit as can be made The building occupies one of the most beautiful sites of the expo sition grounds It is within 100 yards of one of tie main entrances to the fair and will stand in a group of California Minnesota Iowa and New Mexico It is to cover an area of 138 feet by 108 feet This includes both porches and verandas wide run en tirely around the building It is ot a Classic style of architecture the being symmetrical and wellBal anced and richly decorated There are entrances on all four sides with mas sive porches at the front and rear flanked with sculpture groups symbol ical of mines forestry manufactures and agriculture and horticulture Once on the Inside of the building the vis itorspleasurelsincreased by the view The first floor is devoted almost exclu sively to the large reception hall with a hard wood floor In the center of this floor will be a map of Kentucky In marble mosaics showing every county and typifying m a way the chief and resources of that county Along the walls of this hall will be placed exhibits Tne secona floor will be similar to w e first and will be for the use chie 01 ladies There is a lightwell in the center of the second floor immediately over the relief map of the state There will also be a third floor opening out upon the roofs of the verandas and porches This space as well as the roof proper of the building will oe used as a roof and from it the best view possible of the entire grounus may be obtained It will be a delightful spot from which to watch the reworks at night The Exhibit association hopes to erect the Kentucky building out of popular subscriptions one of the plans to raise which is set forth in detail in our advertising columns today Briefly it Is to give to the 12 most popular in Kentucky a free trip to the Worlds Fair next year Every county In the state will elect Its most popular teacher and the county outside of Jefferson casting the largest number of votes in the contest will be given the distinction of sending not only its most popular but its second most popular teacher to the exposition at the expense of the association The election of the most popular teacher will be made o course by voting and every school child in the state it hoped will be interested enough to cast at least one vote Hundreds will doubtless cast scores of them The public generally Is also asked to vote in this contest The association is to receive votes In of ten when accompanied by one Is a ballot constitutes ten votes and may form clubs of ten and cast ballots for their favorite teacher Anyone however may cast ten votes in one name The contest has the hearty endorsement of Profesor H V McChesney the state superintendent of public instruction and IB turn a majority of the county and city superintendents the state have expressed their approval Pro Lessor McCnesney has suggested to all public school of the state th t read plan in full to their Of cure a large number oi the panic iUools will sot be in see o Erected Out of Popular Snb bun ing Industrial herewith products garden dollarthat schoolchildren the th r Rc Popular importance consisting exterior schoolteachers is blocks received teachers they schools son July or August but this will not prevent school children a vacation period from voting for their favorite teacners Every educator In the state is eligi ble In this contest with the exception of the twentyone members of the ed ucational committee of the Teachers In public schools and private schools In academies colleges and universities in medical dental and theological Institutes may be voted for All Catholic and other schools are invited also toparticipateThe interest is expected to result from this announcement The association firmly believes that hun dreds of thousands of votes will be cast in the contest It proposes to every cent received over and above the expenses of the teachers to the worlds fair to the erection of the Kentucky building It should be borne in mind that the teacher with only twenty pupils may receive more votes than the teacher with five or six times as many enrolled In his or her school because the voting Is not confined to children and the public will be an im portant factor Votes may be cast for any person who taught school during 1902 or is teaching now This gives the teacher of a five months school which closed In November or and will not open again until late in this summer the opportunity to be voted for during the vacation period as well as when his or her school opens again The contest will not close until every school has had the chance to vote One matter of especial Interest to the school children is that the associa tion wants the name of every school child voting in this contest written plainly on the ballots so it may enroll them in the Kentucky building at the fair The plan is worthy of the study of not only the educators of the state and the children that they teach but of the public in general NEVER SUCH FIREWORKS Pyrotechnic Program For the Worlds Fair Dedication Ceremonies the Greatest Ever Work was begun on the vast system of frameworks for the great fireworks display on the occasion of the worlds fair dedication ceremonies at St Louis April 30 next Magnificent as have been former displays of fire work3 at famous jubilees and celebra tions in Europe and America these programs will far surpass all former efforts Some of the set pieces are nearly half a mile long and 100 feet high Many tons of explosives and chemical ingredients for producing the different colors of fire are necessary in the manufacture of these novel features The balloons to be used in one feature of the display are so large as to require three days for their inflation Expert aeronauts are in charge of this number on the long program One cen tral balloon much larger than the rest will discharge the initial volley from a position 1000 feet from the ground and will be followed by sa lutes from 14 other balloons ranged on each side over a stretch of more than a quarter of a mile Bombs and rockets will be set off by thousands and the sky will be brilliant with new things in fireworks The program provides for two evenings of a grand stand seating 30000 people now being under construction from which to view the spectacle Acceptances have been received from President Roosevelt former President Cleveland the presidents cabinet the diplomatic representa tives of foreign countries governors of states and other distinguished men The first day April SO is dedication day May 1 Is diplomatic day and May 2 governors day The military parade on April 30 will be composed of 15000 to 20000 troops and the civic parade on May 2 will be equally large if n t largerKentucky will be well represented at the dedication NOTES ABOUT WORLDS FAIR Montana has appropriated 40000 for an exhibit Work on Mexicos pavilion at the exposition was begun recently The structure will be 50x72 feet Mexico will spend half a million dollars on the national exhibit Italy has officially accepted the to participate In the coming fair and has appropriated 100000 to defray the of an exhibitGermany has appropriated 750000 to defray the expense of preparing an extensive exhibit for the fair and a like sum will be allowed next year to carry too work to completion making fl500000 i all noon association denominational devote December fireworks invitation until one Worlds expense The Central LANCASTER KY APRIL 17 1903 MINED IN KENTUCKY This Placard Will Become Fa miliar at Worlds Fair GRAND DISPLAY OF OUR RESOURCES Six Square Feet of Spade Secured For Kentuckys Mineral Exhibit In the Mines and Metallurgy Building at the Exposition The floor plan of Kentuckys min eral exhibit to be installed in the Mines and Metallurgy building at the exposition in St Louis next year is made public this week by the Ken tucky Exhibit association It was drawn by Professor C J Norwood state inspector of mines who is chief C J NORWOOD Chief Counselor to Mineral Exhibit Committee Lexington counsellor to the mineral exhibit com mittee of the association and has been approved by the chairman of the former Chas P Weaver of Louisville It has been conceded by everyone with the slightest knowl eoge of Kentuckys mineral resources that the Blue Grass state is wealthier in this regard probably than any other commonwealth in the Union This is a fact that Is to be brought to the attention of thousands and thousands of visitors at the exposition A study of the floor plan will show that every variety of mineral is to be given a good display Chairman Weaver has surrounded himself with expert comiltteemen on these min erals and Kentuckians may rest that the best exhibit ever made of her wealth beneath the surtace will be found at the St Louis fair The floor plan shows only 5000 feet of Floor Plan of the Mineral Exhibit space In addition to this the associa Lion has secured 1000 feet to be used Jn other parts of the Mines and Metallurgy building and herein will be installed duplicate of coal crude oil clays asphalt etc ONE EXHIBIT COST 10000 Kentucky will have of Installing of the refrig machines to be shown at the Worlds fair Mr Gardner T Voor I committee prominently no t 4 I D TO largest rating Record- S UPPJ MINT Thousand Mayor assured a d Coate i 1zy t I Qtr fjwticrai square exhibits the distinction one FREE TRIPS TO ST FAIR ALL EXPENSES OF THE 120 MOST POPULAR SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE STATE PAID KENTUCKY BUILDIMG WORLDS Scbool children and public deUrrniue the luost popular in every county Votes U n cents ten east at one time All mouey over and above trip expenses of teach ers to into of the Kentucky voter thus given the satisfaction of worthy cause and been aided at the same time a favorite teacher has received He or private schools or of of college oruniversity medical rstitution orcatholic dmoaunatioaal to cecaon Members of tie Educational Exhibit Committee eiepicd of all xomr to be in the ct the itioo Kentucky will hrve an educational occupying 1500 eona c feet of in the alace 1 lie n is ly bclhe vent in the worlds Hs The wi Inciyiude din being tendered this i to Every aunty elects its own most he county ofJefferson casting the umler of votes will be lowed to send two most the second most upular THE TOTES WILL BE TEX CENTS EACH TEN COXSTITDTDTa A BALLOT At ten cents each school child in the State will be able to cast at least one vote for or her favorite teacher lint the voting will not be confined to school children PARENTS OK ANY OP THEIR FRIENDS MAT TOTE The purpose of the Associ ation being to the mostpopular school teacher in each county as so by the public generally as well as the Ballots spaces so clubs ten and each giving ten cents be credited with his or vote If one person de sires to cast ten votes it done writing hisor her name on one of the spaces ting one dollar Itis not required that name of the voting be given itill forvoters names blank The Association wants however to enroll fn the Kentucky Building at St Louis next year the name of child who ca t one or more votes in coil plainly totlieballots ALL EXPENSES OF TIlE TEACHERS WILL BE PAID by the Association This will include railroad transportation from Louisville to St Louis and return board at one of the best hotels in the city for days admission to the exposition grounds for six days THREE PARTIES WILL BE MADE UP FR03I TILE MOST POPULAR TEACHERS to make the trip profitable and more enjoyable Each ofthese will consist of 40 teachers a of 10 but as there are only 119 counties in Kentucky the Associa ALL TEACHERS Kf THE STATE STAID OS ATT EQUAL FOOTING in this contest The teacher with twenty pupils nay receive more the teacherwith five or fix times as many enrolled because the voting is not confined to children The public be an important factor gives the teacher of a five months school closed in November or December to be voted for during the vacation period f- AST XCaBEIl OF BALLOTS MAT BE CAST AT ONE TIME There is no limit The aoredol mars sent in for any one teacher the more votes he or she will be credited with DOLLAR CASTS TEN VOTES TWO DOLLARS CASTS TWENTY VOTES THREE THIRTY VOTES FOUR DOLLARS CASTS FORTY VOTES DOLLARS CASTS FIFTY VOTES TEN DOLLARS CASTS A IlUNDRED VOTliS ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS CASTS ONE THOUSAND VOTES All of the received in this contest over and above defraying expenses the ir most popular teachers of the Stats on to the Wcrlus gj the crcc tioar fa at the exposition so eve voter in this contest may have the addi tional satisfaction ofknowing tlat a worthy cause rrn ETAMKXO OF TilE CONTESTANTS in each county to her friends how the race is being run Begin now lor vour teacher 7hevotes will be counted the Committee ofthe Association The of this committee is as follows Irof It G Brownell Louis ville Chairman Prof 31 V McChesney Frankfort Prof R r Italleck Louisville Prof W H William Dinwiddie Jackson Dr W G Frost Uerca Dr B B Huntoon E Y JIullins Louisville Dr Arthur Ceor etown A Cassidy Superintendent S L Frogge Frankfort Prof C crabbe Rhoads Owensboro T S Alley C C Cherry Bowling Green Prof Kncs Spencer Louisville toss S Mrs R Bracken Lorisville and Mrs M B Tucker Louisville Members of the Educational Committee arc not eligible to election in this contest REMEMBER EVERY COUXTT ELECTS ITS OWN FATOIHTE TEACHER Competition between counties only applies to the race for the th trip the outside of the largest votes being granted tedistinction sending two teacher s 1 result will be announced in the state and in addition to this a latory message will go to the teacher elected in eaci Later the details of the trip will be arranged each teacher chosen being given the privilege of selecting the month July or August ji in which he or wants to make CLIP OUT THIS BALLOT FILL UP BLANKS AND MAIL WTH SI cs the popular teacher in ONE DOLLAR ENCLOSED Voters are not required to sign their names but the Association wants ell school children voting to do so as it will them in the Kentucky Building Voters have the of sending ballots to the Secretary of the Association or to the from which clipped Additional nedby of this paper Remittances be made tiy registered letter I cent or postal money order or in currency at senders risk communications to R IIUGHGS Secretary Ky LOUIS WORLDS cac c Duildingnt thcEx Contest ducted u der auspices of Iducati n 1 mlttCe of ssodat on the or d to for c and full rl to tIake all a rotestan t ac e ames KcntckJ r f ira closer l be tie Pair each t1e ret rson Alt Cte t gofromVotes ma cast for OIl who school daring is teachin now This the opportunity O DOLLARS CASTS FIVI that used in of D FrtQ TL T show Li1 cr Louisvi e n tad 40AWeof i 10c hOc ji I r be ce E r invited to volt to FAIR rh Fq knowing at a Fx a 1 R Lu4 c con j7 rs 1 IentuckyI L1- ir y x F tr fum raise v lcnt prowr Ec 3 Iair se Le istuture basing I tios Eve educator in the Etatewhc lerteacher iii member is distal r arc ocl e rtroId obit his c names more would an ht root or v hicai TILL FII TED EducationalExhibit Louisville F Paul n lexiayton Dr Chase Palmer Danville President I Lexington Louisville t Juneshe most count 1Oc ZOc hOc 4 ithOc hOc hOc hoc getting extra express hees the refrigerating engineer and expert in charge of the refrigerating department at the exposition was in a short time ago and the Henry Vogt Machine company to put in a 200 ton refrigerating at the The Invitation was accepted and a contract signed to that effect A machine of 200 tons refriger ating capacity is about equivalent to a machine that will make 100 tons of Ice each 2 hours The Henry Vogt Machine company will expend 10000 In making this exhibit DEEP INTEREST MANIFESTED The failure Kentucky legisla ture to make an appropriation at Its last session left to the citizens of the state only to be properly represented at the St Louis worlds fair next year This is being taken advantage of The Ken machine faIr oft one Chance Louisville invited opportunity tucky Exhibit association was formed to correct In as great a measure as possible the mistake made by the general assembly and with the united tffort of the citizens of the common it will succeed There is no denying the fact that the movement Inaugurated by the association has al ready stirred up more Interest throughout the state than would have come from appropriation in many times the period devoted to the worli by this organization The Installation of the exhibit of the fair was begun It is the large Duerr boiler sent to St Louis by the DaesseldorfRatin ger Rohrenkessel Fabrik of Germany This bollerwill do service in lighting the Liberal Arts building and the grounds dedication cer i a 4 wealth an recently first Worlds during the monies t FAIR APPROPRiATIONS Made by Different States Nearly Four Millions ELABORATE TO BE Reil Value of All Will Be Over 10 OOOOOO legislature Failed to Add Kentucky But She Will lie More Adequately Rep resented Tbuii If It Had Appropriations for state buildings and exhibits at the Worlds Fair St Louis in 1904 at the present date amount to 3935500 To this sum may be added 1754500 in hand or being raised from other sources Bills are pending in the legislatures of sixteen states aggregating 1427000 Of these bills all are reasonably sure of pass ing making a grand total of to be expended in showing to the world the industries and resources of the different sections of this country The legislatures of twelve other states will convene in time to supplement this total and increase it many thou sands of dollars Many states have exhibits already collected worth thou sands of dollars which have been used at former expositions and others that belong to individuals These are not included in tne total The real value of state exhibits at a very conservative estimate will be over 10000000 The total amount expended for state at the Worlds Columbian Exposi tion at Chicago in 189J was 5250000 Many states are showing great activ ity in the collecting of their exhibits among the foremost of which is Ken tucky Kentuckys legislature fahed to make an appropriation but she will have a representation at the exposition that will surpass the states with ap propriations if her citizens subscribe as they should to the Kentucky association fund SPENDING THE FUND Every Cent Gees Into Kentucky Build ing and Exhibits at Fair One of the latest folders Issued by the Kentucky Exhibit association in brief paragraphs what the funds of the association are to be spent for These are enumerated as follows A Mate building mineral occupying 6000 square feet of space agricultural exhibit occupying 5000 square feet of space horticul tural exhibit occupying 3000 square feet of space tobacco exhibit 5000 square feet of space out of a total of 10000 to be given to all to bacco forestry exhibit occupying 3000 square feet of space educational exhibit occupying 2500 square feet of spaceIn addition to this the to encourage and stimulate exhibits In live stock manufactures whisky fine arts liberal arts and all other de partments of the exposition The space for these exhibits is many times as much as Kentucky had at the Chicago Worlds Fair and they are to be on a more thorough and extensive scale than was ever attempted before A BUTTON OF SEVEN COLORS The x SgX building AS to be erected H at the St 1 Louis Worlds I fair has been shown In div ers shapes and x sizes but at xx nn time more attractively than on the souvenir but ton which the Kentucky Exhibit asso elation has placed on sale wh the hope of adding many hundred dollars to Its fund for a proper representation of the state at St Louis The cut of the button herewith Is actual size but It does not do the souvenir half It is one of these things that must be to be appreciated One and a fourth inches in diameter it has distinct colors in its in purple sky In gold lawn In Blue Grass foliage of walks in gray lettering In brown and black have had a splendid sale so far and every indication points to the entire Issue of 25000 being 7167000 occupy- Ing associations Kentucky seven buIlding DISPLAYS MADE exhibits Exhibit outlines exhibit f justice seen design green The buttons exhausted Spring 1903 Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asparagus Grape Rhubarb I and everything for Orchard Lawn a Garden Strawberry and general c alogue on request Both phones H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTCN KY HALF RATES to New and rerurn via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale May 1 2 3 4 good turning until ten days from date sale with privilege of extentioa At Ticket Agents for particulars Geo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLI Pension and Court work a special ty Typewriting at reasonable rates Office at L L Walkers 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 extend of the I Trice Bros Ed N B Price George Leavell Dave Thompson W S Ferguson Henry Cox J M Orand Lucien Perkins W L Lawson David Stephens W M Mahan Mrs N BAnderson R A Beazley Clay Sutton Wm Lear T L Broaddus Alex West- J W Sutton T A Lear B L Kelly Robt Gulley Mrs JHansbury West Mrs F M Farra F J White L Davidson J S Daniels Jas K Henry Mrs P D W A Burton Hemphill J C Ueuiphill For Richmond Winchester Lexln ton Frankfort Louisville Cynth na Paris Carlisle ingtoo Cincinnati etc 1 Stanford Junction L Ko21 J non Louisville Crab Orchard 1010 AM Vernon Livingston London Co I bin Mlddlesboro etc For Richmond and intermediate sta aOrM jtlous Noll For Stanford and waystatlona Trains ruti except Sunday Above 1 HAVING 10 11 stop at all sta lions when flagged HALF RATESto New Orleans and return QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale April 11 12 13 good returning until April Ig 1903 Privr liege extention Ask Ticket Agent for particulars Lancaster Lodge 1- 0MUStated meetings every second fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmcj visiting in our city are fraternally vited to sit with us H KINNAIRD Louis LANDRA v Secretary BLAB Gnl S HURSBRI t Vi office Embry I Gill Trains Time Leave in effect Lancaster Xov t6 16H Ax C No22 I I via o f a i Mas Orleans law- S F i For k 2 826 P 3t daily r as