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CENTRAL RECORDrOURTJSEKX LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 24 1903 0 YEAX 4 I I THE r hxaaa OUR AIM We aim for your satisfaction We hit the mark by making satisfactory pictures Be cause we put into them the accuracy of our aim the certainty of our knowledge we are sure you will be satisfied Not cheap pictures at a cheap price but pictures youll be pleased to own at a price youll be glad to pay Let us convince you Frames Mouldings En gravings Easels Etc We are in LiEASTER EVERY FRIDAY The Fox 7heFox Sudio Sdi r t 4 t JABEAZLEY80 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the town Prices low D L DAVIDSON 0 0 Attorney At Law A S Life insurance policies bought Q 4 for cash or loaned on for sums of 8500 and upward 0 t t o f w000000000000000 0 0 Of Local Interest And still the hemp rolls in Few gardens have been broken up Fox thephotographer Friday a24tf The Masonic lodge meets Tuesday night A few more patches of rock have been sprinkled on the Public Square Citizens seem inclined to profit by former experience and wait un til summer is here to put in their The alleys should be cleaned Get out the chain gang If you have no workhouse prisoners take up a few loafers under the vagrancy law We believe the waterworks plan will be a go Heres a chance to invest your money at home among the peo ple off of whom you made it See The Greatest of Nuisances The biggest nuisance in the world is the person who borrows his neighbors newspaper Last week one of our best paying subscribers discontinued saying 1 like your paper very much and enjoy reading it but Ill be blank ety blanked if I am going to be annoy ed to death having a certain neighbor coming to my house ringing the bell and bothering me by asking the loan of my copy of The Record This was surely a good cause to discontinue gardens Clear The Track We are bound for THE LOGAN I DRY I GOOCSICQ to buy our SPRING Jand SUMMER GOODS x They have the v i tojbje fqundin this r and sell them at VERY REASONABLE PRICES r r I r I 4L J i r best stock section If some glib tongued stranger come along and offer to sell stock in a waterworks company Kalainazoo or some other outoftheway place he would rake in the shekles right and left Why cant local capitalists put in a little of their stuff here at home Communion at Paint Lick A R Presbyterian communion ser vices will be held at New Hope church Sunday the 26th Rev 0 Y Bonner agent for the 29th Century Fund will be present and all members are cor dially asked to attend Stockholders Meeting There will be an important meeting of the stockholders of the Crab Orch ard Fair held in that city Tuesday May 5 Important business to be transacted and all are requested to attend Dont forget the date 242t A Wise Move We congratulate our friend the Danville Advocate upon securing the services of jolly Harry Giovanoli of Washington to send that paper a let ter every week The Advocate made a wise move in adding this feature They dont grow better writers than Harry Big Colored Fair Stanford Journal The Lincoln and Garrard County Colored Fair Associa tion met and decided to have their an nual fair at Stanford on August 27 28 and 29 be held in the wood land on Danville Avenue belonging to Mrs Nora M Goodknlght The officers elected are W M Jones president Alex Miller vice president W H Har ris secretary and J Miller Broaddus assistant secretary Severe lint Storm The most severe liail storm that ev er visited this section came down Sun day evening about 7 oclock The stones were all larger than them measuring over an inch in di ameter Small vegetation suffered greatly while leaves were stripped from the trees glass broken and flow ers and shrubbery almost ruined The storm lasted about twenty min utes The wheat came in for rough handling but farmers tell us it is not seriously injured Special Notice The Telephone Co asks The to again call attention of users of phones to the importance of ringing off when through talking Unless you give a short ring when you hang up the receiver the lines are left then when either party calls for Central it calls up the other end of the line thereby causing confusion and annoyance to the people at the other end of the line This causes no trouble to the operators at central but it does to owners of phones If you want to save yourself trouble al ways ring off Greatly Behind The farmers were far be hind with their Spring work The many hard rains have kept the ground too wet to plow and in fact have been so hard that it was impossible to do any work very small portion of ground has been bro ken When Old Sol does decide to come out and dry up the earth the farmers will hustle as they never did before While this is worrying them consiberably it is well to remember that One who is running the world knows just about what it needs and He is going to do what He thinks is best for all His people So dont worry over what you cant understand along this line Interesting Property The Doores house on Water street advertised to be sold Monday has a little bit of interesting history It is one of the oldest residences in Lancas ter When first built it was occupied by Hon Sam McKee then by Chief Justice Robertson then by Governor Letcher Immediately after their marriage each of these distinguished gentlemen began housekeeping this residence Stranger still each was elected to Congress while residing there The house is still in a good state of preservation and bids fair to last many years longer It will be sold Monday to settle the Doores of the heirs having died The School Census The law requires the school census to be taken during April No matter what time in the month it is taken it should be taken as of the first day of the month Jf a family lived in the district pn April 1st bufr has since moved the trustee should list his children If any family has mov ed into the district since that time the children should not be listed as they have already been listed some where else Any other method would be obviously unfair as some children would be listed twice and not at all The school begins July 1st and the childrens ages should be taken as on that date For instance a cnlld less than six years old now hut if he will be six before luly 1st take the name On the other hand leave the nama of any child who will be twenty by that if not that old the census is The residence of a childs par ents guardian is usually considered residence af but this is not always true AS a general thing as to residence that would entitle a to would fix the residence of a child M to his Befool privileges would I Itwill usualsome- of connected out doors Onlya the others maybe or the thefacts man yore t ftt I Record never estate one away year off when token a child t L c The U S Geological Surveyors are again at work in this locality Mr Geo M Patterson sold his resi dence on Lexington avenue to Mr A R Denny the past week price 2800 Look on our 2nd page and see if the Garrard county news isnt served up to a queens taste We have the best corps of correspondents in the state Lightning has been plaving the mis chief all over the county Mat Slier has just rcceivod a new lightning rod wagon and is getting all the work he can do From Billys Old Home NIcholasville Journal 3 W Ham ilton the present circuit clerk o f Garrard has announced his candidacy for reelection subject in the action of the Democratic party His many friends in Jessamine wish him success Imported Hemp Seed We have 5 or 6 bushels of the grown from the China seed im ported in April 1892 Also about 100 bushels of seed for sowing The first named were imported by M F Ar buckle of Madison There are the last importation WalkerSon Will Do Good Work The Garrard Civic League is having the regard and cooperation of the best citizenship of the county in a way that means best results for the welfare of our people The federation of the Garrard League with those of adjoining counties will be one of the most far reaching forces against vice and crime Central Kentucky has known for a century The Sensible View Speaking of the proposition to erect an uptodate Court House in place of the present at Stanford the Interior Journal says There is certified for taxation in the county over 6750000 Would it beextrava gant for an individual worth alike amount to live in a building costing 40000 especially if the one he now occupies is a deadfall liable not only to kill him but destroy all the evi dences of his prosperity Lets Hope for the But The hotel people are selling out their furniture etc so it looks as though there will be nothing doing on the burned corner by the present company There is a hen on we un derstand for a building of another character There are several other places near square on which a could be built and when some monied citizens conclude to invest a little cash at home Lancaster may get out of the suds again at any rate lets hope so Our Own Horn Blows We beg leave to call attention to the advertisements appearing in this issue of The Record For eight long years we have been dingdonging at business men trying to convince them that the only way to success is by the use of printers ink This issue will show that the moss has been rubbed off of many backs that they are HP to the minute alive and want you to know it This is evidence conclusive that they have bargains for you so see them before buying from some moss back who dont know the war is over Catch step with the procession of up to date business men liuklneH Change As advertised elsewhere in The Rec ord Nathan Plaut Co of have decided to withdraw their capital fromthe store now managed by our townsman Mr Jacob Joseph and to do this the stock will be clos ed out at actual cost It is with great pleasure we can say Mr Joseph will not leave Lancaster but remain here and continue in business He has been here for many years and no man has more friends or stands higher in the estimation of the people Always in the lead in any act of charity the first to visit the sick ever ready to assist the distressed he has won bos om friends who feel the deepest inter est in his welfare Such liberal honest and public spirited men as Jake Joseph are needed here and as stated above we are delighted to know that he will continue to be a Lancaster man To the City Council The Record desires to call the the City Council to the at the depot at train time Last Monday we counted twentythree dirty ragged crowdlpjr about the place scuffling on the platform and making it unpleasant for passengers and patrons of the railroad This is the lookout of the Company we heard some wiseacre say No it is not Its the lookout of the town The Railroad Company pays the town a pretty stiff tax and receives in return comparatively nothing ny is as much entitled to police pro tection as is any private citizen Their property is private property the same as is a private residence So why not give people the same po lice protection you give aby other payers The law says that any one without visible means of support be taken up as a vagrant If gang of negroes who crowd ground the depot has any visible means of supr port no one has ever heard of it Take on this gentlemen Itisanu isance the town js censured by every stranger who goes to the lo cal depot Loafers have no more right in a station than they inanf in in Ky T B that rattle trap hotel hearted att- entIOn of condition of affairs negro The compa tax the 2 hemp- seed the Cincinnati local decidedly company the sra3lroad ma ilia action for which aY store town r 7 s e I Spring i r Blossoms o Our spring garments are now in full 2 bloom and picking is a pleasure While we keep our stock constantly watered with new 2 ideas that it may always fresh and at tractive still we the first picking 2 is the best We are outfitters of the male portion of the human race The men boys children owe c lot he arc clothed rightly and economically and youll find them tIle best dressed people you meet anywhere are anxious to have you see our new suits hats ishoes furnishing goods while we are in I full bloom we shall want to ask you if you ever saw Mens Toggery more pleasing to the purse 2 Make your selections while the bloom is on and good 2 U T Logan i The One Price Clothier C I s 1r f Q Q O 0D 0 0 be 0 believe that0 Q Q 0 0 and 0 o 0- Q We Y 0 0 0 0 and e 0 Q iQ picking is Q tl o ti li Q 0 Q O Q 00 00000 00000000000000000000000 00OOOOc o00000OC i00000 A Happy Reunion An informal but imoressive family anniversary was in the gathering of the Walker family to celebrate in a quiet way the eightysecond of Mrs Ann Walker at the resi dence of Mr David Geiger on the 21st The families of eleven chil dren four sons and seven daughters representing justly the most highly esteemed citizenship of county and state were present at the reunion Probably in all the exalted woman hood of Kentucky whose grace has been blessing to those about them and beyond them for half century past none have more venera ted record in affection and esteem than the subject of this sketch At an age when physical strength and in tellectual faculties have abated in the Mrs Walkers vigor of mind and body is the marvel of those who know her A written address and exhortation to the gathered fami ly prepared by Mrs Walker was read by one of the number The senti ments forcibly and touchingly was most feelingly received by all present A bountiful and elegantly served dinner prepared by the of the family Mrs Geiger was heartily enjoyed by all and after the gathering to the family worship later the grateful memorial was fittingly concluded Try It Here Many towns have adopted the cur few law and find by its great improvement In the young sters therein The law as passed is as follows Section 1 It shall be unlawful for any person under the age of nineteen years to be or remain upon any of the public ways of the city between the hours of 8 oclock in the evening and daylight in the morning during the months of November December Jan uary February and March and be tween the hours of nine oclock in the evening and daylight in the morning during the other months of the year The public ways as herein used are the street or streets alley or alleys or public square therein Section 2 Jt is hereby made tha du ty the police officers to ring the City Hall bell at the hour mentioned in the preceding to indicate such time The provisions of the first section thereof shall not apply to any person who is accompanied by or rising legal control over him Section 4 Any violation of this or dinance shall be punished flue of not less than two dollars iH more than one hundred dollarsj the same shall take effect and be in full upon and after passage and due publication Intelligence- and tender I enforcement- a of SectIonS partb r anniversary expressed youngest a and force the Mr Tomlliinoit Withdraw Hon R H Tomlinson who announc ed as a candidate for nomination for lieutenant govenor has decided to withdraw law practice not time it would take to make the canvass Mr Tomlinson is a power in the democratic ranks and would have been heard from had he remained in the fight ny Friend I beg to inform you Nathan Plant and Co Cincinnati Ohio who have heretofore furnished the capital for our business have ordered same This compells us to throw our entire stock the market at a great sacrifice As yet our stock is complete so come quickly All those indebted to us will please settle at once Agent Lancaster Ky 424tf Paper For Farmer The Kentucky Farmer is the only journal of in the central portion of the State It is easily the leading paper of its kind published in Kentucky and for a short time the subscription price has been reduced to 50 cents per year or on trial three months for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday and contains ably edited department for agriculturists stockmen and raisers of poultry A Owen is among the contributors the poultry She is the best authority on poultry raising in the South and her articles alone are worth the full price of the paper Write for a sample copy Address The Farmer Danville Kentucky By a special arrangement the Ken tucky Farmer and The Record will both be sent one year for 125 This price is for old as well ers when payment is made in advance Address all orders to The Record Lan caster Kentucky A Neat Program Now that the Dedication of the Louisiana Purchase the Worlds Fair are so close at hand the public is commencing to wonder what St Louis has to offer in the way of entertainment to outof town visitors The Henderson Route which is The Worlds Fair Line has gotten out a very neat booklet vestpocket size which contains the complete official program of these ceremonies It is a modern piece of work in eve ry respect printed in green and red with gray antique cover and high grade enameled book stock inside Copies will be gladly furnished on application LJlBwnr Genl Passenger Agent GeoL Garrett Traveling Passenger Agt Route a17tf Louisville Ky is To that andoblige J Joseph character R department subscription asnewsubscrib Ceremonies permitting withdrawn upon accounts its Mrs Kentucky Exposition i 9 Household Necessity I I A This is the latest New Royal Style High arm automatic Drop head Best attachments Any style Personally warrant ed Furniture ofquarter saw ed oak piano polish fin ish Complete line on exhibition SEE ball bearing Jan HAIELDE- Y Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unitl you get our i 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 f t ffL rr JiME 1 D01i f a 1 i 8J prices You will Make a fj r I I J Wr r 1 r r w 1- Q lifr hi Q t Q Q r 0Mistake t E3 Q 5 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at ScconilClasi Man Hatter Ky April 24 1903 The investigation of the bad treat ment of patients at the Lakeland Asy lum has brought to light a most hor rible of affairs This is brought about by the appointment of politi ciansto the olllces and the placing of ward heelers as attendants should be done to remedy this great the investigation should not be allowed to result only in a grandstand play These investigations are generally white washed by the party that is in power when they are made situation at Lakeland certainly should be remedied The beating and kicking of the unfortu nates has been clearly proven and those guilty of the crime are subjects for Judge Lynch If people in other counties are tak ing as little interest in the primary as is shown in Garrard an exceedingly small vote will be polled It may be that the farmers are think ing over it while they follow the plow but they are not flocking to town to discuss the matter Ihere are a few a little hustling but they are men who can from busi ness It certainly is a glorious sight to see our citizens sticking to their work instead of growing excited and loafing around talking politics They all have their choice and sentiments but they go and vote them and fool away no time gabbing about it Good A Harvard professor has made the startling discovery that there is frost on the moon It is gratifying to know that at last one of those fellows who tKs put in all his at college has proven of some benefit to mankind The world will wag along much more smoothly now that the people know there is frost on the moon In fact we dont see how the human race has existed without this valuable knowl edge Congress will now pass a law setting apart a holiday in honor of the discoverer of frost on the moon so the banks and post olllces can close up and give their overworked clerks a breath ing spell in which to celebrate this wonderful discovery Glenns leaping of Madisonville says office seeking and office holding have gotten to be very expensive lux in the state of Kentucky Our observation has been that not one man in ten who has ever held a office in Kentucky has not done so his detriment financially and to his ruin otherwise It now costs more to get an office than it is worth after it is secured and as a gen eral thing the honor is so small that it can be hid in the corner of the left eye and then not make the optic even itch or tingle Judge Breckinridge upon advice of his friends pulled out of the race for democratic nomination for governor This leaves only two entries Governor Lancaster state eviland butthe Democratic doing get away life a uri c toe fre- quentlY C f I I I I I r Something x state Beckham and Col Hendricks It looks as though Mr Beckham has the in his inside pocket though the friends of Hendrick say they are sanguine their man will win In his card of withdrawal Judge Breckin ridge says that he has been advised by friends that he could not win at the primary and I have no disposition maintain a hopeless contest Adjutant General Corbin has Gen John Castleman an aideatlargc on the Marshals staff in the big parade to be held in St Louis April 30 during of the Louisiana Purchase there being one or more from each state in the Gen Castleman is a thorough gentleman a trained soldier and many othersterling traits which make his selection a wise move and one which is endorsed by all and lovers of noble manhood A lady residing in Indiana has a device to place over graves which will prevent ghouls rob bing keep the mound in perfect shape etc This may and doubtless will prove a ready seller but if she will something that will successfully keep the devil out her fortune is made Many a rich old codger would gladly give their entire fortunes for such an invention would prevent his satanic majesty from laying hands on own One Winchester is dying and another is seriously ill from eating cabbage that had been paris green says a report A stomach that can safely handle cabbage ought not to weaken at a little thing paris green A Chicago man is promoting a for destroyingthe sharks in the about Havana What is most needed is something to destroy sharks one meetswith in the walks of life v SEVERE ATTACK OF GUlP Cured by one or Chamberlain Cough Remedy When I had an attack of the grip last winter the I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlains Cough Remedy says Frank W Perry Editor of the Enterprise Short ville N Y This is the truth I at times kept from myself to pieces by taking a teaspoon ful of this remedy and when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose and it seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to perfectly free 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 out the grip simply because I had tried it for such a purpose but it did and it seemed with the second of coughing the remedy caused to not only be less of duration but the pains were far less severe and I had not used the contents of one bottle Mr Grip had bid me adieu For sale by all druggists 1 May B J fdl EEI nomination appointed B thededicatory exercise Exposition representatives Union possesses true Kentuckians patented frpm invent as girt waters everyday bottle secondone accompanying never attack before t his treated wit Ilk pla th slee from Cemetery WorkThose desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders now and thus be sure A Handspme Granite Monument Work and material guaranteed first class Pat ronize your home people and save agents and travelers expenses The ftarrard Gouqty Marble Works STANFORD STREET I I II II II I II t t 11111111111 t t tit I I anything I JilltlUUUIUJI 11 I n uultlUUtUu uil fitff H v IAINT UCK LJlotmt is quilt Kick Wm Ward was in our town Sunday R L Jennings sold pigs for 30 Dr F W Walker is having his olllcc papered and painted Dr T Ramsey and family have re turned from the Scuth Jack Adalns of Mt Yernon is vis iting relatives at this place n L Wallace mule colt killed by lightning one day last week Miss Diantha Lackey of Richmond is visiting her brother Will Lackey Will Mays has accepted a position as conductor on the Cincinnati Mrs J D Langford of Hazle Patch is the guest of her daughter Mrs Al vah Adams Mrs Will Fish visited her sisterMrs Victor Lear near Lancaster Saturday SundayWalter was thrown from a buggy Sunday night and had his arm broken Mrs Ed England of Barbourville is the guest of her parents Mr Jack Ad wife While carelessly handling a gun Hugh Murry shot George Pullins in the arm causing a very painful The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church at Fairview will meet with Mrs R L Jennings Thurs day afternoon to decide who is in fa vor to rebuild Fairview It is hoped that the church will be moved to this place In loving remembrance of C B Engleman who departed this life April 15th 1902 It is hard so hard to realize that he has been summoned across deaths river now numbered with the countless multitude of the tomb has reached that place where lifes most sacred thoughts are Thou art gone where sorrow not who would call you from that bright home far above who would have you fight lifes battles though it would bless us with your love even with your hands to in the dark hours of our life Oh it is you who art is us alone who are sad When we have disen twined the fetters of mortality which bind us here what a glorious exchange heaven will be to the temptations and tribulations of this world Sleep soft ly we will come and greet thee bye and bye T I Herring purchased of John Es tis of Lancaster carriage horse for 75 M iss Sallie Herring was the guest of Miss Georgia Henry at LancasterSun day Mrs Frank Parks and daughter of Danville were with relatives hereSat urday Miss Rose Aldridge returned Sun day from a pleasant visit to Lancaster relatives Mrs John Boner of Boyle attended services at the Fork church Saturday and called on old neighbors Mr N II Bogie and wife visited eels tives at Burgin Saturday and Sunday attended the District Endeavor Convention Dr and Mrs J H Durham of antsville passed through here en route to Kirksville where they were entertained by old La t week while Mrs Wm Lear was house cleaning she received a severe fall and has been confined to her she is improving slowly at this writ Ing PHEACHERSVILLE Mr Samp Cummins is in Corbin on businessJ bought three hogs last week for 15 W B Ragan sold a nice mare to W B Jarvis for J H Rigsby bought a mare from Sol C Rigsby for 110 Miss Mattie Corminey is visiting J F Payne and family Mose Gross has gone back to Wilton to work in the J H Thompson shipped a load of hogs to Cincinnati Monday Sam Ballard sold 15 hogs to J H for SO 37 per hundred Rev E J Terrill has gone to Indian Territory on a prospecting tour Mrs J M Cress and brother was vis iting Dr Brown at Mr Gray of Lebanon Junction made a flyIng visit to W P Dishons first of the week Robt Edmiston one of Crab Orch ards most enterprising merchants was here last week D MAnderson bought 22 two year old steers from John Smith of Brod head for 2250 per head W P White and family went over to Crab Orchard Saturday to be at the burial of Mrs Thomas White 4 SWEENEY Mrs Rebecca Roth well sold a horse to J Marsee for 75 Messrs E Cox and W M Morgan have gone to the mountains buying hogs and cattle last week Pneumonia 1 Robbed of its 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 Re fuse substitutes Sold by C C JE Stormes 1m A 4 h Irs S I a sow nine 1 j amsand wound U n tl can- o comeyet guide- us hapPYIt MAUl SnUIty hand Bry- e friends- n room- e t 100 frogmines- p Thompson Stanford Saturday- t t 1 5 ll and r had Southern I revealed Saturday Terrors strengthens I t There wore tlieo steamboats on the river Friday N C S Sanders bought of Floyd Brool s one hog at GIn Mr Floyd Brooks sold to F N Folger a bunch of shouts for Gc Several people in this community are suffering from chills C S Sanders bought of Mike Simpson a lot of corn for 250 per barrel Clayton Preston and Miss Effie born visited in Wilmore last week A 10 pound boy has come to make his home with Mr and Mrs Huke Preston Messrs N T and Earl Grow visited their uncle W S Scott at Frankfort last week Mesdames Alice Green and Alice Crutchtield have been suffering from neuralgiaJimmie Sanders has been confined to his bed for several days past of rheumatismMrs has returned to her home at Kirksville after a visit to her daughter Mrs AliceGreen Mrs Mat Harvey of Madison yill make her home with her sister Mrs Linn Cobb and Miss Duskey East In last week issue you had T K Green bought a for 150 when it should have been T II Green price 750 BUCKEYE Mrs Nathan Bogie has been very sick for several days Mr Wm Totten of Lowell has been visiting his daughter Mrs Mike Ray Mr and Mrs W T of your city spent Sunday with Mrs Eliza Sadler Mrs Sallie Wilson of Cipio spent last week with her sister Willie Ray There was several of the young peo pie from attended services at New Antioch Sunday Miss Fannie Mae Miles was here Sunday She reports her school at Pleasant Hill progressing nicely The Ladies Working Society met with Hattie Jones Thursday af ternoon will meet with Mrs Robert Long the 30th We wish to call your attention to Miss Hattie Jones new millenery Its the prettiest and handsomest line ev er shown in this section McCIlEAIlV Willie Lackey is quite sick Edna Gulley visited Ethel and Irene Saddler last week Herbert Gulley bought two calves from Tinsley Bros for 21 Miss Irene Simpson was the guest of MissMamie Kelley last week Mike Forbes has been visiting in Nicholasvillc and Danville the past weekMr Floyd Curtis wife and two chil dren visited his brother Forest last SundayMr Anderson and family and Mr Fjank Broaddus and family visit ed Mr John Lackey and wife Sunday Miss Fannie May Miles of Buckeye and Miss Eva Jones of Nina visited Miss Mamie Kelley Saturday and Sun day Bro Gillam preached at New Anti och last Sunday and the people in general seemed to be well pleased with his discourse Mrs Mag Gulley and little daughter Edna were visitors of Mrs Herbert Gulley last Sunday and attended preaching at Antioch ilis satanic majestys best servants are men who love money and hate work A Great Sensation There was a big sensation in Lces yule Ind when AY 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 me immediate relief and soon thereaf ter effected a complete cure Similar cures of Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis and Grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throw and luug troubles Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed by McRoberts druggist Trial bottles free 1 m t Ors martin Jest here Miss 3 H Mr N gay e COOOC OO ItI llilllli1jjl to 1Mi 1j AI 1 iit 1 I iI j Ji F4 t I 1 JJrt 11tI 1 y t W 7 u t George McLirsold to Tom Lane for SoO Farm work is very much behind cir account of wet weather W A Wheeler sold a young horse to Stewart Sanders for SlOO Our clever merchant Ely Creech is receiving new goods and them cheap J I Curtis wife and little baby have returned home after an enjoyable to Preachersville DThe Rev N J Thomas has been visi ting for several days in Brodhcad to see a sick daughter Our friend and brother S G Estes of Kirksville Hwas among friends in our town last week The prospects for tobacco plants are very good at this time Wheat and grass are also splendid Mr Morris Ross is buying corn of Wheeler at 250 per bbl and feeding a nice bunch of shoats Uncle Silas Creech our clever mail carrier has been very sick with gripp but is better now we arc glad to say Mr Joe A Ross had a valuable mare to die last week also Uncle George Adkinson a mare and leave a line mule colt KIIYA3TSYILLE Little Lulie Combs of Ilanly is visit ing her Aunt Mrs W L Glass Mrs Fletcher Ison still continure very sick with little hope of recovery Dr Elliott will go Louivillc this sveek to attend the medical Mr Williani King JK of Polys Bend will leaVe Tuesday for Indian Terri Miss Louise Lancaster will be the charming guest of Miss Carrie Boulden from Friday till Sunday Mrs S A Deatherage and children of Richmond are expected this week to visit her mother Mrs Sallie B Welsh Misses Annie Cochran and Lula Mc Clare of Paint Llcfc were guests of Mrs Dr Elliott several days last week Master Sam Farlu has returned home after several weeks visit with his Cousin Emery Deathurage of Rich mond aiaiics Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its and guaranteed to give satisfaction by McRoberts druggist 1 m Spring Wall Paper Ve are receiving daily some of the handsomest Wall Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which wore imported The prices range from the papers to the most specialties These pa pers are being opened daily and are on display at our store and all the people of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspcot them Estimates gladly furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting promptly by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We havet he best readymixed paints on tic market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices AJiGibbons 30G ST DANVILLE KY i 1r t selling A S I to homesIs a Clean Sweep only 5c I Opening of I I I cheapest I I MAIN shoats visit association iif the Salves expensive OUR STOCK OF IS NOW READY FOR YOURINSPECTION cooc oe VEHICLESI Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever at tempted to show Over Two In Stock Tlie tie Yeliicle Line Our experience ol over 20 years knowing what to buy and how to buy will be worth somthing to you Remember we buy for cash You get the benefit KENTUCKY SUPPLY CO Successors to Bruce Bright Danville Kentucky 8 d Now j 1 a Ij incarlots I iII t 1 c m all ro er eS oye los ill r y jf Your house needs Let us furnish the material DRUB Nathan Plaut Co3 having detirmined t o withdraw their capital we must turn our stock into cash The stock is now complete seasonable goods FIRST SERVED We want to sell you your E3T OURS IS THE JGST VERY BEST MADE I Guarantee Goes With Each Gallon Call anl Sec Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint Line 8 O O O S O S O S O S S O s lo J Jj VtoJt raunt ng OlLBtsid Paperin Inside S ICftH U6iBE RTS1 TtVj ru rvVv C L ppai e1i c Bcgim1ing Saunday REGARDLESS F COST 11 11 fO if y lSl This sale is Cash Only o 0 0 0 o 0 TII 0 h ct tlSJ 9tl 0 0 O Pribie7s Drug Store 0 w e f 1i W- QArTT hiALE TO Yr l r- D Stock Maya O VALUE IRT Jacob Jo1ephf i fort OOOOOOOOO OJOGOOO OOOOOv OJO O 1 000 OOOOCO 0 0 Pi Q Q a aQ 0 0 t 0e j W S BEAZT EY Office over Thomp store Danville st U C FAllIS I Beazley Paris Dentists I isons si For Circuit RlCrft f We are authorized to announce J W II ton as a candidate for nomination for thc ol Clerk of the Garrard Circuit Court sit tolhe action of the Democratic party Olcl papers for sale Le Miller at The Record oi I Y 3 I GZ ii h EC 0 l I Ei1 T A It L f t Sf- 4 t f r t r SWDRRAH I S R E TJP 1 IE L T SOP Fl1I JYc r t Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Are In Herbert Kiunaird has returned homeMiss Lavinia Pope has returned from a visit to Lexington Miss Maggie Dooley of Lexington has been here visiting relatives Mrs Clay of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs Dorcas Walker J B Grimes of Lexington is the guest of his brother Chas Grimes Mrs Lizzie Denny has returned from a visit to her sister in Ilarrodsburg Misses Martha and Helen Gill left Tuesday for their school at Glendale Mrs Charles Ballon has been visiting her niece Mrs George McRoberts of CovingtonMrs Robinson and children of Lincoln arc visiting her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mr and Mrs J M Logan spent several days in Cincinnati buying moac mil linery and dry goods Mrs John W Miller is at home again after a visit to her daughter Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Anderson who has been in Lexington for several months re turned home Saturday Misses Bottle and Lucy Francis of Paint Lick have been guests of their Cabbage Plants Sweet Potatoes FOR SALE BY BALLOU wish to call your attention to the fact that arc prepared to give you the Best Cairiap REPAIRING we have done SL Yon are not kept out ot time use of V vehicle long Call and see our work S W aIIi W c Miss Allie I Tomato Plants I I o Mo o C 0 o o o o 0 H Mo 0 oWe 0 w e sQ Q S Q P Q and S 0 S Romans J i A I t r COvOGCc Q 1- g3a H 000JO00 00000000 Q alll ill Q 0- i t i 0Q4Q ever sx r your Q QWe e 0- xn rv aunt Mrs J S Robinson A R Denny and daughter Mrs Nat tie Duncan have returned from a vis it to relatives Harrodsburg Mrs Price Grant and charming daughters of Danville have been visi ting Mrs Harriet Price in this county Miss Jessie Hemphill who has been the guest of Mrs J E Stormes left Wednesday for her home in N icholas vine Misses Mary Lewis and Elizabeth Grimes two Garrard belles have re turned from a visit to Mrs S R Cook in Stanford Herald Mr Alex Den ny and daughter Mrs Duncan of Lancaster spent a portion of the week with Mr and Mrs Isaac Pearson RiciJihond Register Miss Florence ofjancaster is the guest of Miss Chenault Miss Mary Evans returned from a visit to Lancaster friends Stanford Democrat Mr Josh Dunn of Brodliead was here Tuesday en route to Lowell to visit Mr Henderson and family Messrs M D Hughes and J I Hamilton of Lancaster were here yesterday between trains Mrs Emma Gregory who has spent a most delightful winter in Florida returned home last week accompanied by her daughter Miss LucyShe is great ly pleased with Florida and intends returning next winter Danville cor Louisville Post Miss Nellie Billion of Lancaster has been the guest of Miss Freda Meir for the past week She will return home Sun day accompanied by Miss Meir who will be her guest for some time Mrs Percy Xoland and two pretty children who have been guests of MI Hughes and family left Thurs lay for a visit to relatives in Kansas City where they will remain for a few weeks before going to their home in Spokane Washington Fisher Herring and Jerry Respess have returned from the South where they have been doing some surveying Fish is delighted with the work which seems to b j agreeing with him He Is an exceedingly bright young fel low and will make a success of any thing he undertakes hisses Rella Arnold Lizzie Brown Nell Johnston Bessie Batson Annie Yantis Messs Will Embry Guy Dav idson Mesdames DrBurnett and Georgia Lusk attended the Christian Endeavor Convention which convened at Burgin Friday Saturday and Sun day Miss Bettie Anderson entertained the Thursday evening club Therooms were beautifully decorated a 1 m s and flowers An elaborate lunch was served Miss Bradley who leaves soon to reside in Louisville was presented by Miss Anderson on behalf of the club with an album beautifully bound in w h i t e satin containing sketches of Lancaster The drawings were made by Miss Anderson The marriage of Miss Florence Shearer Burnside of Point Leavell and Mr James Vincent Arnold Middlesboro will take place at the residence of the brides father Mr J G Burnside on May 20th Miss Burnside is one of Garrards most pop ular young ladies possessing many no ble traits which have made a host warm friends and admirers The wedding will be the leading society event of the Spring Richmond Register Mr John W Rock returned yesterday from Cleve land Ohio where he has accepted the responsible position of Traffic Manager with the Jinks Lumber Company of that city This situation is pne of considerable trust and importance and Mr Rock is to be congratulated securing it There is no better or more popular young man town than he and he will be missed by his many friends here all o whom wish him great success in new field He will enter on his duties Miss Nell Johntson entertained the B B club Thursday afternoon at a de rightful Easter affair The menu was also a novelty in carrying out the idea Tne most novel feature was the making of Easter bonnets of tissue paper Every was represented toques tarn sailor hats even mellinery for elderlY ladies al reproduced in a manner which would T in HaIroil burg urnsac EmIly D with- p of of on about greatly his May r stIle ers and il has M l S nut havo done discredit to a New milliner Bessie Batson was giv en Hrit prlz3 on a bewitching hat with a waving brim Mrs W Beazley received the booby H T Logan has been in the cities buying more goods R KInnaird and Louis Landram were in Paint Lick Monday airs Robert Underwood has been critically ill for a few days past Sam Joseph of Cincinnati Sunday with his brother J Joseph Stanford Journal Miss Tevis Car penter who is in Laxington has had a severe attack of grip Miss Mattie McCormack of Manse entertained the Paint Lick flinch club in a most charming manner Tuesday eveningJudge E Brown and wife both con tinue quite feeble Mrs Parks their daughter from Middlesboro is with them The kindest sympathies arc expressed by our people for Judge Brown and his wife who are of the and most esteemed of our citizens in Garrard county Mrs Sarah Yancey of Lexington will be in our town from Friday May 1st till Monday She will hold a C W service Sunday night to which all are invited Mrs Yancey endeared herself to the people of during the gentle and labors of her husband in the Christian church This visit will be a happy time of meeting between friends You owe it to your family to have a good taken so go to the Fox Studio and have one made The splendid a24 tf See 6ur line of harness and saddles tf Rllaselden 4 24tf You get the value of money at Ilaseldens 424tf To borrow 4000 at six per cent for a term of years The security is am ple and firstclass Interest payable semiannually and if not paid when due then that for entire year becomes due For name ol patties apply at The Record office 4lt Remember the Co of Stanford are headquarters for tine Furniture Carpets Matting Rugs etc It Fox the photographer never comingtm Friday a24tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf Fifty thousand rolls ot Wall Paper for sale at a sacraiice Withers Co Tyyo car loads of new Furniture Iron Beds Chairs etc just Withers Furniture Co Dont buy your Mat tings until you see a line with prices it Withers Furniture Co Stanford J Its a short alley that has no ash 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 Its a very easy matter to find fault where it isnt A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchetter Ind knew what to po in the hour of need His wife had an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at and was finally cured Only 25c at McRoberts drug store 1 m b Xcirk spent oldest pioneer I B tare Withers niture lIt v d Stanford t fine Carpets and u such once Miss pieta Lancaster efficient Friday work f i your Wanted Fut misses Furniture reci Ibar- rel IS THE PEER OF ALL PENS AND HAS NO EQUAL ANYWHERE FINEST GRADE 14K TOLD PEN YOUR CHOICE OF THESE TWO POPULAR STYLES FOR ONLY SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES AT 3 Fountain Holder is made of fin est quality hard is highest grade mounted for presentation purposes extra you will not be able to secure anything at inclines the give such continuous pleasure and service Sale by FISH co Paint Lick Ky FountainPen 100 The Pen perfectfeeding awn rubs r large size 11k goid pen of desired For y a SsmessandBaFgains Few fine milk cows for sale 410tf Lancaster Dairy Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices J R Haseldens 424 tt The life motion shown by the Ideal Entertainers are the finest to be seen anywhere These alone ar a worth the price of admission Court House Wednesday he 22nd al 0 2t Get our prices on buggies J R Has eldens 424tf Go to Haseldens for harness of all kinds 424tf To Tobacco Growers The Burley Tobacco Growers Co offers fifty per 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 Every thing is a bargain at Hasel dens 424tf For feed of all kinds dont forget Potts Bros 227tf Wanted hemp Will pay high est market R M West Lan cater 12tf Go to Haseldens Court day He will save you money It If you need a saddle or a set of har ness call on J R Haseldens 424tf 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 Iargest stock of all kinds of vehicles dyer Seen in Lancas ter at bottom prices Romans El more 410 Cedar Potts For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price from 20cts to oOcts They are strictly A 1 W S Fish Paint Lick Ky a10tf See Conn before lading contracts for carriage rubber tire and all kind of work 43tf Buggy For Sale Rubber splendid condition For further information inquire at The Record office 3tf If you own your lot you can get the money to build house and pay it back in instalments which will be cheaper than rent J C Hemphill 43tf Our goods are the best and prices the lowest J R Haseldens 4 24tf Money to loan on easy terms J C Hemphill 43tf Three car loads of buggies surnes and phaetons just We are determined to sell th jsexcheap Call and see us Romans and Elmore410 Hemp Seed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West Wanted To paint our carriage buggy c Work guaran teed at Conns We want your old sum buggy phaeton c to paint new All work promptly dcwre W J Ro mans 410 Fountain and and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler Get your at Potts Bros 1 per bushel in27tf 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 fs with our fine carriage painting we have a first class painter W J Romans 410 Full stock rough and dressed lum ber cypress and poplar shingles steel and felt roofing best Jcllico and New Diamond coal always on hand Send your order to R G Ward Phone 5 m20tf I have secued a first class carriage painter who has had a large can get anywhere else All work guar anteed Conns Carriage Shop 43tf1 It will not cost you much to have your old buggy surry or phaeton made work promptly done 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 Potts Bros 227tf Alliance Meeting The Lancaster Prohibition Alliance No 21 will meet on Friday evening April 17th at 7 oclock at the usual meeting place Odd Fellows Hall O T Wallace Prest I am prepared to fit door bells call bells and do all kind of electrical wireing and fitting at reasonable rates Call up Central and receive prompt work at reasonable rates tin a17tf For Sale A nice 5 months old chit Mrs Mary Swope Lexington street f f Association Phone 100 Price Car ut paintin tirelin a rec ivied and make V Stylograplmic pens seed orn Everyone pleased xperience- in painting and I can Iv you better carriage painting this se 1an you newall RO M1 i4 r pictures cent Lodd IIo s- On C you an latish I a r competitionno Bought by all Farmers and sold by BROSGAl N ES Buggies buggies buggies We have the largest and assortment of all kinds of buggie phaetons and delive ry wagons eve shown in Lancaster Romans Elmore 410tf Seed corn per bushel Potts Bros All kinds of Carriage Conns Call and see one buggy you can get a nice and whip with every buggy Romans Elmore 410 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 test for lunches They are Currey Davidson Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio improv ed White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at 100 each Potts Bros mGtf Potts flour is noted for a uniform high grade of quality which standard we expect to maintain Insist on your Merchant supplying you with our goods We are 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 Ib 48 lb or 00 lb sacks The 48 and 90 lb packages are put up in plain or twill goods as you prefer the twill sacks make splendid towels You should 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 h p Russell traction engine and separator selffeeder windstacker tank and pump hose complete Also good log wagon just made and good spring wag on O W Potts t25tf Lancaster Try some of our fresh ground Gra ham flour put up in 12J 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 Phone 100 227tf Board For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet madeby Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Call and look throjigh Conns large stock of Buggi m rriages etc and get price on same u will be aston ished at low nice 43tf Conn and see C s stock of Bugg ies and Carriaes Can save you Why pay rent when you can own the house you live in and pay for it In instalments You can do this J C Hemphill 43tf I have a good barouche which I will exchange for hay corn in fact any thing but money A bargain T Currey m13tf Plants Early cabbage plants Plenty of lettuce Joseph Faulconer a17tf For Sale 2yearold high grade red bull For description address Salem Wallace Paint Ky a172t est 1 rePort our JD wooland a the d R L sacknone better priceS for s h work your R b r tires put on by eo three duster Japa lack i C He money r i Lick Always Use Always Uniform Always the Best Roasted by C F BLANKE TEA and COFFE CO I Sold and Guaranteed by EiJRBEY DAVIDSON Flour I 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 Qrushed Oyster Stella Old post office room Danville st t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t f i JBJ Dke I of i x Ph nix Corn t z fae era FLOUR MMMM Seed I I I I I + t t t t t t t t t t t N t+ Oats v 5 Ceuts Seed Oats J SON if 111 I I n II ill II I It UIUIUUUU1t III I IIU U U II I I I 1IIIl Car Load Northern T B WALKER Pitching is hard work for any one but for the man who has the least tendency to bronchitis i is gerous because of the small particltr of dust and chaff which arc inhaled and irritate the throat Bronchitis and other diseases of the organs of respiration are cured by the use of Dr Golden Med ical Discovery This great remedy is not to be classed with common cough medicines which are mainly opiates There is no opium Golden Medical Discovery it is entirely free from cocaine and all other narcotics It is a nonalcoholic and nonnarcotic medicine It heals the inflamed tissues cures obstinate deepseated coughs bleeding lungs and other which if or unskilfully treated fatally in consumption I wrote to for advice and you ad and Pleasant Pellets what the doctors called bronchitis and whenever I would take cold would greatly but since taking two bottles of Dr Golden Medical Discovery and one bottle of his Pleasant Pellets have been cured of that terrible trouble Before taking your medicine I weighed dred twenty pounds now one hundred The sole motive for substitution is to dealer to make the little more by the sale of less mer itorious medicines He you lose Therefore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery- Dr Pierces Pellets cleanse the system from accumulated impurities ann in neglected terminate vised me to take Goldez Medical which I did and to my surprise got well writes Mr rman Box n suffer one hun and 1 t- J I a S Joseph IlL 3 permit the Rev H B Cockrill visited in this vicinity last week W H Furr has rented shop to Rev J L Reeves Will Lawson bought a cow from Newel McQuerry for 25 W H Furr bought 3 bbl of corn from George Elam for 50 a bbl J C Clouse bought five bbl of corn from Wm Campbell for 3 a bbl Mrs Edwards visited Mrs Florence Cjrminy several days last week There was preaching at Good Hope Sunday by their pastor Bfcv A J Murrell For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc Dave Thompson sold to W R Cook 475 barrels of corn at 225 in the crib Dave Thompson sold to SF Emory of Stanford 200 barrels of corn snip shucked at 225 Edwards Winn of Woodford sold 10 bushels of hemp seed to H F Rodg ers of Midway at 4 per bushel- C B Ecton Jr sold to Brent Bros his blacksmith r FLAT WOODS rrsLJ of Paris 26000 Ibs of hemp raised in Bourbon at 550 per long hundred At a recent sale in Indiana a boar hog was sold fo 8000 which is 2000 above any previous price brought by breadW of Bourbon sold Bynum Green of Mt Sterling 39 hogs at 650 They engaged 2751ambs of him at 525 Gentry Bros sold another lot of mules to Contractor Carpenter in number weighing 1100 at 165 Lexington Democrat Mr M W Savage has refused an of 70000 for Dan Patch the famous pacing stallion Mr Savage paid 60 000 for him about three months ago W H Jr of Versaille0 sold 106 ewes with 120 lambs to John Jones of Scott county for 605 Nath Wilson sold to Chas Nuckols 84 sheep with 85 lambs for 495 Sixtyfour hogsheads of burley tc bacce have been recently sold and shipped to England and Ireland by Dan Peed of Paris at an average price of 131c per pound The product of more than 2000 acres of tobacco in Woodford county has been pledged to the Tobacco Growers Association This is more than two thirds of the acreage in that county Howard Hampton D B Hampton W T Baldwin Thad Hampton and others of Winchester have sold to Green Lyman about 1500 lambs fourteen Edwards off f CANCEROUS ULCERS Are in many respects like other ulcers or sores and this resemblance often proves fatal Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves because the germs of Cancer that are multi plying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly develop ing keep up the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous sickening cancerous sore begins its destructive work No ulcer or sore can exist with out some predisposing internal cause that has blood and the open discharging ulcer or the sore on the lip cheek or other of the body will continue toI festering part In February 1899 1 noticed a small lump on my lower lip The doctor it but another came and broke out into an open sore I began to take S S S and after I had taken seven the place healed entirely and no signs of the disease have been seen since W P Brown Hollands S C cauterized bottles spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless the blood purified Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation- S S S cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter It has great antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and restore the to its condition And when pure blood is is and the carried to the ulcer or sore the Healing process begins the discharge ceases and the place heals over new skin forms S S S is a strictly vege table blood containing no mercury or minerals of any description If you have an ulcer or chronic of any kind write us about it advice will cost you nothing Books on Cancer and other diseases ol the blood will be sent free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta 6 LEWIS Y LEAVELI President J S ROBINSON Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 The GHTOS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 1000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O EiaNBY Ass t Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B The National BankLANCASTER KY CAPITAL 85OOOO SUBPLUS 10000 A R DENNY PrtiHemt JOHN B STORMBS Vice Prat S C DEUT Cashier J P Bobinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS i D Cochran Alex B Denny A C Bpbinson Jno E Stormes Kinnalrd i i f sore medical Hudson J J Walker T J 0 r t t W t II F liE Arnold e 493 OF j 1 Sam H i June 20th and July 20th delivery ut i cents DunvlHo Advocate Fan IB Pen ny have purchased the trotting stallion Phantom and have him on exhibition at the boric bhow Rice Benge bought a mare of C E Moore of Garrard far 125 As last year broke the record in the history of corn crops so the coming harvest promises to break all records as to the wheat crop In bleeding Kansas alone a yield of a hundred million bushels is promised During the first three months of this year the sales of leaf tobacco on the Cincinnati market amounted to 29083 hhds against 21094 hhds sold during corresponding period of last yearFoleys 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 The Chicago stock yards during the year 1902 handled cattle worth 159 214000 calves worth 81148000 hogs worth 126345000 sheep worth 19 139000 and horses worth 13260000 a total of 321006000 The Continental Tobacco Company has arranged to grow a lot of White Burley tobacco under canvas in sever al counties in Kentucky this season to test the question as to the superiorit of such tobacco over that grown in the open air The financial loss to the planters merchants and railroads in the affected by the recent floods in the Mississippi valley is estimated at con siderably over 25000000 The fall most heavily upon the sugar and cotton plantations some of the best in the State having been Inun dated Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder alright Dont delay There is a general complaint among the farmers of Grant county about weed that is devastating the Bluegrass pasture land Many of them say it rope Great patches of itcan be in the meadows of almost every farm in the county Its growth is thus smothering out the grass The Kentucky wheat crop has win tered in a manner highly satisfactory to the farmers in every section of the state and according to the report of Commissioner of Agriculture 1 B Nail which covers the quarter ending with April 1 and is just out the for a full crop has not been in twenty years J T Ruth one of Owen countys farmers reports that in March 1902 he bought an Owen county farm which he paid 3335 and last yea the tobacco he had grown on this brought him 258077 besides 125 bar rels of corn 140 dozen oats and 1406 worth of lumber and wood the place There aje 136 acres in tract and over a hundred acres of is good tobacco Herald Salt is a good thing for stock andor is almost as necessary as food It digestion and by so doing it disease It destroys germs of fermen tation and renders them harmless Large doses act as a poison doses a laxative minute doses a tonic Experiments have shown it to be not always that the entire of peaches or plums is destroyed of a sudden change to cold wea ther While a large number of may be destroyed yet enough remain to pay a profit as it is well known that during those years when are short the prices are much better Light crops do not exhaust the and land so much as do crops from overloaded trees hence the cost production may be lessened and profits greater when the trees are overloaded Harrodsburg sold S E Slacky of San Antonia Tex a car load of horses ranging from 100 to 250 Ameng the number was famous roadster Bill Gobel James bought a carriage team from Albert Threlkeld for 250 B F Sanders Co have bought 1200 and lambs this week at 5 per head Eight hundred purchas of John Burgin George Freeman to Clive Moss of WiHJamsburg a Poland Chiua gilt for 20 to Walter Denny of Burgin a weanling boar pig for 5 Danger of Cold and Gripe The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Remedy all danger will be avoided the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive ot that dangerous disease It will cure a cold or an of the grip in less time than any other treatment It is pleasant and safe to take For sale by alt drug gists A dark horse is better than a poUt ical zebra 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 Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse Bythe use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and Btrengt and caneat whatever Ilike Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Irn a JI o will I area Sold by C C J E Stormes 1 m found thicker prospect landowenton ben eficialIt because HeraldIC ofthem were fed taken Among attack indigestiondyspepsIa J thim losS- will taking I bett be f fan so froi ti Nev ak preveni smalli crc buc croi tre tL rn Jam tb Hr ew Mayas 4 CLAY KINO 29 4 227 84- 1M hands high owned by W T Noel and V B HurLon Brown horse bred by Thus B Armituge New York N Y Sire of The Nellie Brnce 2lf Clay Wilkes 22 1A The Justin 1133 Dorado 2aH By King Clay 594 Sire of 310 Marble 214 217i Kola 21 Klngbrino 2r 0 Doc 2rIi Edgar Queen Clay 2Sy etc 1 Amy Volunteer 55 Darn of Clay and uranddam of Volo Maid 2iiK sire of 211JBt 1atrlck X others sons have Hired 17 aud daughters hve produced Dick 212 Btrongwood 2123 Homestakc etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletonta 10 Dam of Amy 220 4 of 3d sire of 2 and 2 Sire of George Wilkes Electioneer Hippy Medium Harold etc Jenny by Young Bacchus King 591 Sire of Clay King is a son of Clay 45 damModesty 226 Wonder 147 2 dam Wells Star by American Star 14 3 dam by Euimoua Ihiroc Clay King with kind of stud opportunities would to be In fight of successful extreme speed Ills stud career practically jiiftt begun and there Is not a horseman in the Grass Htate does not regard him wonderful sire of early and extreme man at the Lexington track seen his get accomplish what has never been done by the produce of any they have seen his quarters in a seconds and then sell for startling prices seen his older tives as gameness and genuine race horse qualities as those of any site ever quartered Kentucky Clay King will make the season at my place 1 mile from Buckeye Post Office on Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at TEN DOLLARS- to insure a living colt sound and all right lien re tamed on colt for season All care taken to accidents but if any should occur we will not be responsible for same CASTEL Jack 15 hands high foaled in 18 l sired the Jack he Jack he Bob Lee he Black Hawk he by Imported Warrior Dam of Castel was Jardeu Bur dine 16 hands Jennet Catel will make the season of 1903 at my stable 1 suite below Buckeye on the pike leading Kentucky River at to Insure a Horse Mule or 8 to Insure a Stare Mule Young SampsonB- lack Jack 15 bands 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 any accident should occur W T Noel Buckeye Ky 1Ii rnlmrnbl fiI4 i ff0 rib rGuard Raven 2G J4 Daisy 27 0 fit Miss Llda J4 228 d1J I 214 BJ 2 I J n 221 Mil B rm w III Pta s I tom6 i fit II- iIJ I ffifi riiiS IiiiiJIiiFi l iii5J E1I5iJ k I i 22i4 I lan 220 King 2i73 Oov Sprague 22O ilu I as- a l prevent m 1 rri31ai1 When the wifes Spring bonnet comes in at the door greenbacks fly out of the husbands pocket Robbed Craves A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en 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 Bittersto my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well r man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guar anteed at McRoberts drug store An expressman says that old maids are uncalled for packages Good for Children The pleasant to take and harmless e One Minute Cough Cure gives imme diate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass immediately into acb 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 1 m An apt quotation something bet ter than an original remark Due Notice Is Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve on the market that is made from the pure un S adulterated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands s of cases of piles that would not yeild to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless Those persons who get the De Witts Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed because it cures CC JEStormes im Hard hearts are apt to grow harder e and soft heads to grow softer i Chronic Bronchitis Cured For ten years I had chronic bron s chitis so bad that at times I could hardly speak above a whisper writes Mr Joseph Coffman of Montmorenci Ind I tried all remedies available but with no success Fortunately my employer suggested that I try Foleys Honey and Tar Its effect was almost miraculous and I am now cured of the disease On my recommendation many people have used Foleys Honey and Tar and always with satisfaction Sold by CO JEStormes 1m Farm for Sale Having made some changes in my business I offer for sale my farm of 145 acres on the Lancaster and Buck eye Turnpike three miles from Lan caster Garrard County Ky It is in the very hightest state of cultivation being especially adapted for growing hemp tobacco and corn Fronts half mile on said Turnpike a hundred yards from good school in sight of churches fine young orchard splendidly watered fairly improved andbest neighborhood in thecounty Will sell for less than its rents me past two years Two good crops for it Terms to pur chaser Address J E Robinson C B Ledford or the owner at Lancaster Ky W McC Johnston T M Harem MH1T Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad uate of McKillip Veterinary College I Veterinary Surgery and Dentistry al I flee eon Is Tel 357 KENTUCKY 11 11the o im the stom e DeWitts counterfeits Sold by of Cbi Ills attention to of Broadway DANVlL r r p t t L J genuine as cft canine prsotlce Residence and Honesty is a policy on which you pay the premiums in this world and realize on the insurance in the next After La Grippe what Usually a hacking cough and a feeling of weakness often leading to fatal results after the patient is supposed to have passed the danger point Foleys Honey and Tar is to cure the grippe cough and make you strong and well It never fails to stop a cough if taken in ime Take no substitute 1 May Election Officers At a regular meeting of the Democratic Com mittte of Garrard County Held in Lancaster Ky on April 18th 1903 the following officers vere selected to serve at the democratic Prim ary May the 9th 1903 most of them agreeing to serve gratis Court House Judges S D Roth well and R L Bettis Clerk C A Arnold Sheriff John NWhiteEast Judges J L McCarley Henry Patterson Clerk James Denny Sheriff John BallardWest Judges A D Ford James Clark Clerk Tom Wherritt Sheriff James I Hamil tonWest Bryantsville G C K C Bowling Sheriff James Lea veil East Bryantsville Judges G T Hipgin botham M F Rout Clerk R A JIcGrath Jr Sheriff J W Royston Buckeye Judges R L Burton Elijah Ray Clerk John Bogie Sheriff William Ray Walkers Schoolhouse Judges J R Henry C SBallexr Clerk Charles Shepherd Sheriff Boone Sanders Union Precinct Judges J C Fox J G Bnrnsides Clerk Woods Walker Sheriff Jerry Higgins Paint Lick Judges Jack Adams Joe JlcCor Clerk Arnold Sheriff G T Bal lardIt was ordered that these officers take the oath and hold the election according to law reporting the results to the committee as well as the costs of holding the election at each precinct Ordered that the committee meet again on Friday 2Uhday of April 1903 for the purpose of settling the claims of any candi dates for county offices that may be submitted to them and for the transaction of other busi ness ordered that the Committee meet on May the 12 1903 and tabulate and the vote of the countyE WOODS Chairman M D HUGHES Secretary 3t NOTICEfor Bids for is hereby given that the understood street committee of the City Council of toe City of Lancaster pursuant to the ordinances of the City of Lancaster and pursuant to an ordinance passed Jan 5th 1903 ordering tile sidewalks mentioned In this the Police Court room in the City of Lancaster at 10 oclock A M on the 2nd of May 1903 receive sealed bids for the construction and building of the following new brick sldewalk in the City of Lancaster and being the same specified in said sidewalk ordinance passed Jan 5th the East side of Lexington street In front of and along the property of W B Mason beginning at Hamiltons steps and ending at G S Greenlefs line and In front of and along the property of G S Greenleaf begin ning at W B Masons line and ending at the crossing of Water street Also on the of Campbell street in front of and along the property of Walter Easons heirs beginning at the SouthEast corner of Richmond and Campbell streets and ending at the line of the property of Mary E Colliers heirs and in front of and along the property of Mary E Colliers heirs beginning at the line of the property of Walter Eosons heirs and ending at Mary Cunninghams line And in front of and along the property of Mary Cunningham beginning at the line of Mazy E Colliers heirs and end ing at the llneof Seymore Hoppers heirs end in front of and along the property of Seymore Hoppers baginnlng at Mary Cunning hams line and ending at thecrossing on Bn ford Street and In front along the prop ofJT Williams and Bessie Shugars be at the crossing on Buford Street and ending at the line of Seymore Hoppers heirs and in front of and along the property ol Seymore Hoppers heirs beginning at J T Williams line and ending at Bartons grocery also on the South side of Danville street in front of and along th e property of G S Green leaf beginning at Arnolds lisa and ending at the brick pavement in front of said property Also on the North side of Water Street in front of and along the property orE E McRoberta beginning at Duncans line and ending at Alice H Prisbles line And in front of and along the property of Alice H Friable beginning at B E McBoberta line and ending at Ansl1 Georges line And in frontaL and along the property of Ansil George beginning at Alice H Frisbies line and ending at tne line of the Presbyterian Parsonage and in front of and Jt = general Judge ABowling Poindexter Clerk A mack R L It was furteer certify Sidewalks Notice noticewIllat 1903towitOn East- side heirs ou ginning store r t qri LJ guaranteed 15 GAMBRUNO 1712 Record 2529 14 Sire of Maggie lUngliniin 2 2SO Gnmr trial 221 also of the high acting horsu by J B Stewart for 5000 January 1902 Sired by Gambetta Wilkes 219 14 Weed Lot tie Lorine 205J Cambrel 2 10 Eyeet 2li Emma Offutt 211 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 219 Jennie C 222 by Administrator 220 Second dam Mary Elumra dam of Cleveland 228 by Mambrnncllo 221 Third darn by Star Davis Fourth dam dam by Brown Pilot is brown stallion lorjlmmls high splendid form nnd will make the season of 1903 at my farm on the Lancaster pike 4 miles from Danville Ky 15 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled GambruEo has two In the list and will pro duce high style and high acting trotters so much sought after by deniers he having his own racing qualities as u twoyear old driving Dr Sparks in third heat in 223 Grass furnished at 250 per month I will also stand a firstclass mule jack at 8 to insure a living colt Not responsible for ac cidents JOHN S BAUGHMAX Phon 2 Danville Ky I c wid actlon and At Y Sire ofGninette 2 90 Wilkes 2lO proved 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 TILLET THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF MilLINER along the property of the Trustees of th Presbyteriin Church beginning at Ansi Georges line and ending at J Trus tees line And in front of and along the prop M E Borders beginning at the brick pavement in front of sold property and ending at the crossing on Pauldiug Street Also for the construction and building of the following new Plank sidewalks in the City of Lancaster and being the same mentioned in said side walk ordinance passed Jan S 1903 of and along the property of A R Moore beginning at W H KinnaIrds line and ending at Arnolds line and in front of and along the property of E W Smith beginning at Arnolds line and ending at the line of the property of James Bettis heirs And in front of und along the property of James Bettis heirs towit Ellen Bettis Pearl EdIts Lizzie Bettis Rattle Bettis and Lottie Arnold beginning at E W Smiths line and ending at 0 V K Sling nrs line und in front of and along the property of 0 V K Shugars line beginning at the line of the property of James Bettis heirs and ending at J H and Mary D Wards line And in front of and along the property of J II and Mary D Ward beginning nt 0 W Shugars line and ending at Amelia Pumphreys line nnd in front of and in front of and along the property of Amelia Pumphrey beginning at Story I and J II Wards line and ending at Kate B broads line und In front of and along the property of Kate B Swinebroad beginning at Pumphreys line and ending nt Scotts line And as it is provided in salt ordinance that in front of and along each and nil of the property where sidewalks are if and where there is drive way or crossing into said property in stead of the sidewalk there shall be built and constructed a dreveway or crossing into such property therefore said committee will at the same time and place in like manner receive sealed bids for the construction of the drive way or crossings in front of and along each nnd of the property herein mentioned where there is a driveway Into such propertysaid bids will will be awarded as follows 1st For the building and constructing of all the new Brick sidewalks uud the driveways nnd crossings in connection therewith men honed here in as a whole 2nd For the building and constructing of the new Prick sidewalks and tire driveways and crossing in connection therewith men tioned herein in sections and the sidewalk and crossing in connection therewith in front of and along any one lot shall constitute a see tlon3rd The building and constructing of the plank side walks mentioned herein as a whole 4th The building and constructing of the plank mentioned herein in sections and the sidewalk in front of and along each lot shall constitute a section1 5th The building and constructing of the driveway or crossings into the property where the plank sidewalks are ordered on Danville Street as a whole or separately The street committee will award the con tracts as above set out to the lowest and best bidder and shall have the right to accept the bid for any one or more section or sections and the balance as a whole All of the brick side walks anti crossings advertised for herein shall be six feet and in all respects be built and constructed In conformity with and according to the specfecatlous of the ordinan ces of the City of Lancaster governing the con strnctionof such improvements and befog article 12 of said ordinances adopted July 7th 1902 Except the grade of the side walk in front of and along the property of W B MIISQU and G S east side of Lexington street shall be on a straight level grade from the foot of Hamiltons steps and the crossing on Water Street The plank sidewalks mentioned herein shall be built and constructed as provoided In the ordinance passed ordering same which is as follows six feet wide and of oak plank wide and 1 inches thick the plank when laid on thiee oak runner 3 inches by six inches the runner to be one Iu the center of the walk and the other two six inches from the out side edge of the plank the runner to be well spliced one to another and to be well braced every 10 feet The runners shall be laid on rock so they shall be at least 2 inches from the The walk shall be laid as near level as possible taking into considers tion the natural pitch and grade of the land and where there is a depression in the land or drain to be crossed runners shall be placed oil pillars or posts so as to maintain the grade of the walk as near level as possible The plank shall be firmly nailed to the top of the runners and all the lumber used to be of first class material well seasoned Wherever by reason of a depression in the land said walks are more than 2 feet above the ground then in such places said walks shall be provid ed with balustrades at least 4 feet high of sum cient strength to properly protect pedestrians There shall be no pitch from the inside to out side of said walks but same shall be level All of the above mentioned improvements or and crossings shall be finished and completed by 1st day of July 1903 Upon the approval by the City Council of the bid or bids accepted by said committee the party to the contract may be awarded shall enter into a written contract for the completion of such Improvement awarded to him within the time Specified and to the specS cations of the ordinance ordering same add the general ordinances governing same and shall give bond with approved security for the performance of said contract Said Com mlttee reserves the right to reject any and all bids This April 21 1903 JABEAZLEY J 8 Street Com C of towitIn front Wand Wand Swine a all sidewalks wid I Greenleafon six inches sidewalks whom I i erty YV MA tfoJV i YOU I Aae- n c 1 I0 to t l IO I i en T1 0 rot tn aCt J090 CCD c cUt0 jrD rret5- a4l cftn D Commissioners Sale or Land GAKICAKD CIHCUIT Counr Bettie Doores Admr PllT vs Bettie Doores firs c Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its March Term 1003 in the above styled case I will on MONDAY APRIL 27 1903 publicly before the Court House door In Lancaster Ky sell to the highest and best bidderthe following dlscrib ed property in the city of Lancaster Garrard county Ky on the North side of Water street adjoining the lands of Noel sisters now Harris and Gar rard Female College now Lancaster Graded School fronting 111 feet and 10 inches by Water street beginning at a point 111 feet and 10 inches from the west edge of the alley east of said property and running back at right angles with the front line 85 feet thence at right angle turneast G feet and 10 inches thence a right angle turn N 114 feet inches thence with line of Garrard Female College to the west edge of the alley on the East of said property thence west edge of said alley to the North edge of Water St containing aoout onehalf acre be the same more or less The above property is adjudged to be not usceptible of and will therefore be sold as a whole TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six and 12 months bond with good se curity wJH be required of the for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing per cent interest from day of sale until paid haYing the force and effect of a uport which execution may issue if bond is not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid JOHN W MILLER Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court apnl103t KODOL digests what you eat KODOL cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach indigestion dyspepsia and and bowel troubles the action of the gas and gives tone to tha digestive organs KODOL an overworked stomach of all nervous strain gives to the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain that is so many sickpeople well people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is in the food they eat Bottles only 100 Size holding VA times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared only by E C DeWITT CO CHICAGO KIDNEY DISEASES are the most all fniCVfe KIDNEY CURE Is I Buarutnd Rinidy or refunded Contains remedies recognized by emi nent as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it purchaser Ii judgment KODOLcures KODOLaccelerates relieves KODOLIs the wonderfulremedy andweak contained fatalof diseases KingsNew I For ceNSVMPTION OUGEIS nand OLDS Price see 100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it fail Trial Bottles free 1 RESCRIPTION FOR WOMEN 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