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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 1 1903 IfUIU r E x 6 The Fox Studio OUR AIM We aim for your satisfaction We Hit the mark by making satisfactory pictures 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 LANCASTER EVERY FRIDAY The Fox I v II Studio Because FUNERAL DIRECTORS Arterial and Cavity Embalming We have the most complete line FURNITURE and CARPETS To be found in the 7 town Prtceslow D L DAVIDSON 0 V Atforney At Law 0 Life insurance policies bought A for cash or loaned on for sums S of 8500 and upward 0 A BEAZLEY It tt o f O Q Ju jO 0000000- Q Of Local Interest Great Many Need It A Missouri editor who wentona va cation left a minister in charge of his paper A day or two later a letter from a way back subscriber came which read You know well I paid my subscription the last time I was in your town If I get any more such letters I vill come down and maul hell out of you The minister answered I have been trying to maul hell out of the editor for years and if you really come down and maul it out of him then my dear slrI have twenty members of my church you can operate on Kind Words Well merited Louisville Times While many of the Kentucky Exhibit Association chairmen are wearing honors for work the fact of the matter is that Mr Robert E Hughes the secretary of the association is doing the bulk of it all and remaining modestly ia the background He is eminently the man for the place and his unselfish to his duty and tremendous for work have combined to win for him wide admiration The day is much too short for Mr Hughes Night invariably finds him at his desk He has created much work for him self Ibis is characteristic of the man Mr Hughes it will be magnificent work in collaboration with C C Ousley in the Press Bureau of the Triennial Conclave dd devotion capacity remembered- did Clear The Track We are bound for THE X LOGAN X DRY to SPRING and SUMMER GOODS They have the best stock to be found in this see tion sell them at lYERYREASONABLE PRICES 0 g g i 0 r jOOOfl co buy our r te and r 1 No gardening yet Theres no prospect of a drouth this year Narry a spring chicken on the mar ket yet Several of the regular drunks on Monday Several nice fish have been caught at nearby ponds About forty colored people had their sins washed away in Currys pond SundayBlasting at the rock quarry contin ues and is growing pretty monoti nous if you please The largest crowd seen here for sev eral years came into county court Monday The merchants report a splendid day A great many drunks on hand Mon day Much whiskey was lugged around by the regular drunks together with several fellows we seldom get top heavy Lecture Rev C H Goodson will give a lecture at the Court House May 6 at 630 He will lecture on his 12 years travel as a missionary 3 years 9 months in the Holy Land All are invited to come A negro named Charley Bronston was knocked in the head by another resident of the Chute Sunday Sunday afternoon He remained unconscious for an hour or so but came to alright When It Cots Too Mach Newspaper advertising costs you too much when you try it today and stop it tomorrow So would clerks cost your too much if you hired them for a day now and then Same with wagons The wheels of your busi ness must never stop and the whole machinery is out of gear unless the big advertisement wheel is always turning Improving Slowly Our good friend Capt Tom Aus tin whose leg was broken by a horse falling on him some months since continues to improve tho the break has not mended as rapidly as was hop ed for He has suflered much pain but is now progressing nicely No man in the county has more friends or wellwishers than does he Mrs Yancey Coming will be welcomed by the societies of which she was a mem ber while residing in Lancaster Fri day at the Christian church at 215 oclock She will speak to the C W B M at Pleasant Grove Saturday at 230 oclock Sunday at 730 P M she will deliver an address at the Christian church The C W M B most cordially invites the public to attend A Shower or Hay The cows of Lancaster are rejoicing over a shower of hay that came with a thunder storm last Saturday night Streets and houses were literally cov ered and hay is a drug on the market there Democrat The Democrat man tells a pretty good story which indicates strongly that he has been up against some of Lancasters blind tiger whisky Ex plain brethren explain The Beat Farm Paper Mr Owen McIntyre editor and of the Kentucky Farmer was here Monday and secured many new subscribers The Farmer is one of the best agricultural papers published and its list is growing rapidly If you want a strictly high class farm paper let us order it for you Will send the Record and the Farmer one year for 125 payable in advance of course You cant get a better clubbing rate Yea Verily Editor Heber Matthews of the Hartford Herald discussing the profession says among other things There is no profession on earth whose members say as many good things about people and receive as few kind words of appreciation in return as editors No man sees more of the ingratitude of life than the newspaper man Sometimes he finds that those who should be his friends are the first to speak disparagingly about him or his paper behind his back HI Chances Good A Stanford man told us Monday that Jesse M Alverson would likely win the nomination for representa tive in Lincoln county on the demo cratic ticket Mr Alverson has given much time to working for his party and is always found doing all in his power for its success If the ambi tions of such young party workers are not given some encouragement where do you expect your future helpers to come from This is his first request for recognition and he certainly reward Married ta Miss Margaret Dooley a daughter of our former townsman Patrick Doo ley was married in Cincinnati yester day to Mr J D Derdengerof that city The happy couple left immediately for California where the groom will engage in business The bride resid ed in Lancaster with her parents and has many warm friends here who wish her all joy and happiness She is a very attractive lady and Mr Derdenger is to be congratulated on winning her The Record many in extending congratulations I I afternoon Mrs Yancey nowWinchester publisher newspaper deserves delivery i Cincinnati young friends Agent Doe HI Duty Some wag after reading our com ment on loafing negroes at the depot wanted to know why the agent didnt drive them away The agent does his best to get rid of them in fact we saw him chase a gang away on the day mentioned But he cannot stand out with a club to chase coons away What is needed is better police protection and the town authorities ought to furnish it Theres no reason why or der should be preserved in some places and not in others Make Correction Elder F M Tinder has declined the call of the Lancaster Christian church and will remain in We are told that Carlisle made good the sala ry offered by Lancaster 1600 Flemingsburg TimesDemocrat This item which is being by our exchanges is not correct Elder Tinder has decided and has ac cepted the call to Lancaster It is true the church here offered to in crease the salary as stated but Mr Tinder felt that he could best serve the church at Lancaster Carlisle Mercury CD Finding the Level Messrs C H Rumbold W H McAl pin and A D Ponder civil engineers at work on Lock No 9 at Valley View surveyed a line through here to Ford last week to ascertain the line of level from Lock No 9 to Lock No 10 In making the survey they followed the line of the L A from Valley View and the L N to Ford The L A station in this city is four hundred feet above the level of the Kentucky river at Valley View and 949 above the sea level The line of level is ta ken to find how high the dam will have to be to throw the slack water from one lock to the Climax Lively Time There were lively times on the Square Saturday afternoon A traveling show car with its singing negro drums and hand organ was business near the park fence Two bagpipers were letting out their noises on the Citizens Bank while a Dago with organ and monkey amused the loafers at Postles corner While all this racket was on a certain fellow put highlife on a couple of horses and the latter scattered the crowd in their efforts to kick all the clouds out of the sky While all this may not meet with the approval of some cranks yet it served to break the monotony and wake up the usual loafers around town Any thing for a change wilt Reorganize An effort is being made to reorgan ize the K P Lodge in this city While the lodge still holds its charter new outfit etc yet no have been held for some time the interest having died out There are enough of the best business men in town who are members to get together and have a lodge who could accom push much good and indications are that this will be done It went to pieces by reason of a few black sheep creeping in but as they cannot get back theres no reason why the order cannot be made to flourish A loose ballot box will break up any orderand the only way to accomplish good is by putting up the bars and keeping them up A Clever Man One of the most accommodating gentlemen on the L N is Captain Groves who has charge of 10 and 11 the night trains Notwithstanding his many of hard work and the fact that on this presentrun he goes to bed at 10 p m and gets up at 4 a m he is always in a good humor and as polite as a dancing master to his passengers The night run on this branch of the L and N is one of the hardest on the system a man getting much less than six hours sleep and is compelled to be on his feet during most all the day Yet the clever cap tain never complains never kicks but attends to his business as though he was not on a rawhide run in fact when asked about it he never gives an answer that would lead one to be lieve he was not stuck on It Thats what we call faithful service Good Mao Gone The death of Mr Andrew Burdett which occurred at his home in this county Saturday night is deeply by the people of Garrard gen erally Having spent the eightyfive years of his life here he was a man so well known that he will be greatly missed He was born in Garrard and devoted his life to farming He made much money but always believed in enjoying it and making life happy for those about him Four children sur vive Henry John Steve and Mrs Wm Clark The remains were interred at the Levi Long burying ground Mon dav afternoon The Record its sympathy to the family Andy was a special friend of the of paper and he came to our office nearly every time he was in town We have a great desire to be in company with older men men know something from whom can learn and Uncle Andy was one o those in whose company we enjoyed being He was a noble hearted so happy as when he could do a favor for those about him We have just purchased of the finest and best machines for puttinj on rubber tlrea in Central Kentucky Wi J Romans I republished nextRichmond Public doing hideous go- Ing has a years extend Unc e one JtJ Carlisle corner meetings regretted editor this wh man never one p Spring Blossoms Our spring garments are now in full bloom and picking is a pleasure While keep our stock constantly watered with new ideas that it may always be fresh and at tractive still we believethat the first picking is the best We are outfitters of the male portion Of the human race The men boys and children 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 if you ever saw Mens Toggery more pleasing to the purse Make your selections while the bloom is on and picking is good H T Logan Tie OM Price Clethier i 2 o 0 i i I I I 2 2 owe 01 Q 2 o I i 2 i io 3 0 2 j ti 000000000 Qi H wet 8 0 0 e 0 0 0 0H 0- 0000OA To set out common plants Get the best transplanted tomatoes cabbage celery and pepper Joe Faulconer at Paint Lick is hay ing a big run on strictly handmade buggies They are the best money can buy and you should see him buying He will give you a Wanted A young man to canvas the County on a salary for the Wilson sewing machine Must be sober and a man who is not afraid of work J R Haselden A tew horses and mules were on the market and sold at unusually high prices Butcher cattle brought 2i to heifers 3c better grade yearlings Pull O Hon John K Hendricks who was billed to speak here Mondaybas from the race for democratic nomination for governor This leaves Gov Beckham a clear field The horse show Monday was the best in many years Eight or ten handsome fellows were paraded around the streets the interest shown proves that our people are determined to raise a better class of horses in the BxcaBloH Sunday and N will run another to Cincinnati next Sunday train leaving Lancaster about five oclock Fare for round trip 8L50 You will have most all day in the city Theatres are yet open the Zoo is in full blast base ball and all Sale of Farr Mr G W Evans has sold his fine farm near town to a Mr Mad There are 165 acres and the price was 8100 per acre Mr Evans will give possession at once He tells The Record he has not decided what he will do but will probably spend some time In the South to At a meeting of tobacco growers held at the court house Monday Hon J Wade Walker was elected president and Mr S D Cochran secretary A permanent organization was formed The Record is asked to urge upon every tobacco grower in Garrard coun ty to attend the special meeting to be held at the court house next Saturday at 2 oclock at which tiro some very important matter will he attended to The tobacco are determined to the trust or in other words protect their this will certaJoly about the desire end Lt 3 I Too Late Butord Ely before bargain Wheeler 41 to 5c I future The L excursion amusements Fine Jones of Men land breakup tand tI0l1 brlD e1l ito tMobe t withdrawn son Interest Tobacco men owe pieeeilt The City Council meets Monday night Born to the wife of David Henry on the 28th ult a fine boy Dave has no trouble stepping over to Sugar Creek hills now Come and see us we have four car loads of all kinds of buggies surreys phaetons road wagons c the larg est stock ever in Lancaster Romans Elmore mltf Tiger Operator Trial of the negro whisky sellers was had in the U S Court at Rich mond Wednesday The three women Dump Wallace Lizey Kennedy and Sarah Hunt were acquitted Bill Far ris was sent to jail for ninety days and Logan Hunt for thirty SOUVENIR BUTTON FREE tea votes la the School Teachers Popularity Contest Acting on the suggestion of educators the Kentucky Exhibit Association has determined to give a souvenir button the regular price of which is one dollar to every person or forms a club of ten and thereby casts ten votes The plan of the Association to send the 125 most popular teachers in the State one from every county two from the county outside of Jefferson casting the largest number of votes and five from Louisville because it has 40000 school the Worlds Fair with all expenses paid has off well and gives promise of prov ing a big success but as itand the sale of the Souvenir Buttons are the same money to erect the Kentucky building at the expo Remember then that every ten votes cast in the contest entitles the one casting them to a souvenir button freeRemember too that the purchaser of a souvenir button maycast ten votes in the without any additional expenditure We are the best Rubber tires made W J Romans i v We do not puton cheap Inferior Rubber tires Romans mltf Get our prices OH j all kinds of Car ridge work mltf fWe do carriage work we do not keep you the use of your long Romans tf want 30090 pounds of wool art pay highest price tar same Banks H doa H B Nortecott One given every prion la numerous childrento started purposeraising twos W J W J ans our optof 3 12 so sending for contest headquar rslfor tf and Prompt vehicle Reol Ranted lire Rill acct LaneNte r Sewing Machine Exhibiti Celebrated Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Company- will make their exhibit of sewing machines at our store MAY 4th to 9th Be sure and call and if you love your wife treat her kind and buy a Wheeler and Wilson No 9 The aKAztllxt- r Purchase a Surrey Buggy Road wagon or Harness unit get our p If you fail to look over immense stock before you buy your vehicle lap rug whip etc WE WILL SAVE YOU money if you deal with us as long experience has taught us what to buy and how to buy it Romans Elmore r iW rwif 3 3 I I prices You IE FE m I I I f i113 l i DQNTL- I You i1i Mare a Mistake our E3 CENTRAL RECORD LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Kyas SecondClass Mail Matter Lancaster Ky May i 1903 The Louisville Bar Association has taken action to have one lawyer dis barred and several others punished for unprofessional conduct This is a move that should be taken up out in the country towns also There are more little 2x4 shyster lawyers in the state of Kentucky than any other state in the Union we believe These of course get very little to dp so they watch the court house and when some suit is brought rush oil to find the defendant with a Hello I see that fellow Jones has sued you What on earth did he do that for Hes got jio grounds etc etc Of course in way they rubberneck into the case Others run around and encour age the bringing of suits agreeing to attend to thacase for little or A reputable layer will riot do this but there are some who will and you know them too This is what runs up the cost of holding courts element of people try zrttfiid lawsuits and when they have to bring one they go to a reputa Its the shyster who encourages and brings about the many little 2x4 cases on the dockets in Kentucky and unless there is a check put them worse Any fellowwho can commit to memory a few pages where many could be cut out by mak should take steps in this direction as the letting in of so many short horses has almost ruined the scale of fees or rather the customary charges for to business All travelers are familiar with the sign in every railroad coach asking passengers to refrain from spitting on the floor Another should be posted scats Its a common occurrence to see a man turn over the forward seat and place his mudhooks on the plush covered seat soiling the seat fare When you see a man do this you readily size him up as a selfish filthy hog who if he has any home keeps it in the same condition that he is making the plushcovered seat You may take the dirtiest hog from thepen wash him carefully and put him in the WaldorfAstoria hotel and hes filthy house they will try to make all their other surroundings to correspond therewith I want to see less politics and more I 1 nothing The tie is a gentleman will grow getlicense rigidThe attending speaking passengers topeople business In said Governor Goodforevery otl Commonwealthmore lt This better our Ufe aitptnutfelvho upon matters only r than every political speech ever made in Kentucky Thats exactly what we have wanted and what this paper has preached for eight years If our good friend would only convince the people that he would bring this about sure no failure he would get the vote of every true Kentuckian in the state lie means what he said we firmly lieve but itwill be many a day before Kentucky gets rid of her present brand of politics we fear She has had the disease for too many years to shake it off at one shake A notreating saloon has been opened in New York This is a good idea Any fellow too selfish to ask some one to join him ought to have a place set apart for him When we were trying to get away with all that was made we could never find any pleasure in sneaking off to take a nip Cut qut the sociability and theres little enjoyment left We know several fellows however who would walk ten blocks to avoid having to ask some friend to join them Bribery charges fist fights riotou conduct and disorder generally in the Illinois legislature last week Theres an old saying when thieves honest people get their dues As the trouble was over the granting of franchise its a safe bet that it was a case of thieves falling out so it may bring good to somebody after all Twould be well if would do likewise Rodman Wanamkcr son of the merchant has taken out a 1 000000 life insurance policy Yet when Rod dies he will only get his lit tle sixfeet of earth no more or no less than will we po folks The biggest and best souvenir edi tion we have seen is that of the Fal mouth Pendletonian which was sent out last week It reflects great on the hustling editors The Body Every seven days the blood muscles and bones of a man of average loses pounds wornout tissue This waste cannot be replenished and the health and strength kept up perfect digestion When and digestive organs fail to their function the strength lets down health gives way and di sease sets up Kodol Dyspepsia enables the stomach and digestive to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that protects the health and strength of the mind and body Kodol cures Dyspepsia and stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic Sold by T P Frisbie 1 m Cedar Pout For Sale I have two car loads of splendid mountain red cedar posts ranging in price ffom20cts to SOcts They strictly A L W STish Paint Lick Ky a10tfI- lcinpSeed Small amount of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West D t b prevailed above- mentioned moresuch assemblies millionaire credit the two of without the stomach perform organs n the fallout Waetesof si Cur a e Cemetery WorkThose desiring to erect memorials in the Spring should place their orders now and thus be sure r Marker to A Handsome Granite Monument travelers expenses TIThe Sarrard Marble Works STANFORD STREET WH rtrf min M M IMJMMIJH n i of prompt delivery We can furnish you any a6 I t u UJ filMbh 4 t 07 ttf4ff g om PatronizeOU t i a- M scc Iluinmick sold to Hcili Moore tine cow for 20 MiitMahah of ilJatfsville was Iri this vicinity Thursday buying gates There was preaching at Good hope Sunday by Rev Ilutchitis Murrel and ReevesMiss Fannie Austin of Stanfordhas been the popular clerk in the store at Hammack the past two weeks Miss Litha Hammack has been on her aunt Mrs S E Hammack who has been dangerously ill Miss Daisy Wellsof East Bernstadt has been the guest of Mrs Bright New landMr Eph Ilammack of Cartersville spent Saturday and Sunday at this placeMiss Laura Smith of Whitley is the guest of the Misses Archer Miss Liza Tatum of Point Leave spent last week with Lettie Parson The music and dancing monkey cre ated quite an excitement as they pass ed through here Monday en route for LancasterMr Reid of Lancaster was here Tuesday mingling with his old friendsMiss Litha Hammack has a good young cow and calf for sale Having so much rain the farmers are behind wiUi their plowing and the women seem to be completely about their gardens A Little Early now and then at bedtime will cure constipation biliousness and liver troubles Dewitts Little Early Risers are the famous little pills that cure by aroming the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and gin log such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is removed entirely and if their use is continued for a few days there will be no return of the complaint Sold by FP Frisbie 1 m STONE Dont forget the lecture at Scotts Fork Sunday at three oclock by Brc Gillian Mr Ashford Hill of bought of Harmon Teatcr a horse for 125 Nelson Dean had a milk cow to die a few days ago W P Preston sold to James Middle ton a cow for 20 also two hogs for I2 Thieves relieved Mrs Mary Sanders of about three dozen hens last week C S Sanders is in Cincinuati buying his Summer goods Mrs Luther Raney returned home last Sunday from Louisville and is improving Little Thompson Sanders has almost recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia- a Bro Gillian will fill Ins regular at Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Miss Linnie Preston visited Mist Bessie McQuerry last Saturday night Miss Flora Wiley and Miss Warner of Madison are visiting Mrs R Miss Bessie McQuerry entartained a number of her friends Sunday Miss Pearl Sanders visited her sis ter Mrs Mattie Duncan Saturday night Mr and Mrs Leslie Green visited Miss Hattie Bogie last Saturday and Sunday A Farmer Straightened Out A living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up li rheumatism I handed him a bottle of Chamberlains- e Pain Balm and told him to use it free ly and if not satisfied after using it he need not pay a cent for it says C P Rayder of Fattens Mills N Y A few days later he walked into the store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying give me another bottle of Pain Balm I want- e it in the house all the time for itcured me For sale by all druggists 1m McCREARY Mr and Mrs Elisha Forbes visited the latters parents at Mt Hebron Saturday andSunday Miss Nora Saunders of Kirksville and Miss Sallie Ross of your city were visitors of Mrs Herbert Gulley last week Miss Pattie Naylbr is visiting aunt Mrs H Kuhlman at Marksbury Miss Nell home folks last week J B Saunders bought of Geo Sadler a heifer for 21 Mrs J S Askins has opened a nice line millinery at this place Mr Roy Beazley is able to be out again after much suffering in his feet A Sure Thing It is said that nothing is sure except death and taxes but that is not alto true Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thous ands can testify to that Mrs C D VanMetre of Shepardtown W Va says I had a severe case of Bronchi for a year tried everything heard of but got no relief One bot the of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneumonia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by R E druggist Trial bottles free sizes 50c 8100 1m 7r I UAM3UPlr 1It wait- Ing I 1 ij U er o n Jessamine Co fast- t Scotts Fork wit Chamberlains here Naylor visited f with rheumatism ether tls and t b rts tics Lilba ij disheartened Iti 4 appointment Preston man e Regular There are people who Jet themselves down physically until they live just on the edge of the line between health and sickness Some day they stagger across the line and disease like a bird of prey swoops down on them and they have to fight for life The weak body invites disease As the strength of the body is solely derived from food digested and assimilated so physical weakness points to the fact that the eaten is not assimilated and the body is growiiIg weak through lack of nu tritionDr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition and so enables the perfect digestion and as similation of food by which the bodily strength is alone sustained Thanks to Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery writes Mr Charles H German of Lehighton Pa It is the only medicine that has done me any good I thing I could think of to cure indigestion and found I was only away Then I heard of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and tried a bottle of it and to my it was doing me good I used bottles of it and am now It is the best medicine on carlli The sole motive for substitution is to permit the dealer to make the little more profit paid by the sale of less meritorious medicines He gains you lose there fore accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lets cure constipation They do not beget the pill habit j 7 4 1 J f I j foodt It ever sL U rite PREAC1IEKSVILLE Farmers arc getting a late start with their work are but few gardens planted as yet and but little ground plowed for corn in fact but few are done sowing oats J M Cress shipped a load of hogs from Willdee on the K C Railroad last Saturday which he bought in that vicinity for Co J bought 19 fine hogs at Stan ford Saturday for Ole Chas Spoonamore sold 7 hogs to Jas Thompson for Glc W II Brown was here first of the week buying a load of fat hogs Chas Durham of Marksbuy bought some hogs here last week for Ole Sol C Rigsby traded to Jas Ramsey a mare and two cows for a horse and 3750 cash Leslie Harbor of Marksbury was visiting his sister Mrs J H Thompson first of the week lion M F North of here a few days ago in the interest of his race for Representative of Lincoln county He is very hopeful of suc cess and will get a good vote in this end of the county F F Cummins wife and daughter Miss Allie May of Corbin is spending a few pleasant days here with rela tires and friends J II Rigsby and wife was visiting W P White and family last Friday Mr Jake Joseph one of Lancasters most pleasant merchants was here on business last week Samp Cummins has returned home from Corbin Mrs Ethic Thompson and little babe have been visiting her father Rev Sprinkles Mr J H McWhorter of Crab Orch ard was here Wednesday getting signers to a petition asking that a vote be taken whether or not any spir its or malt liquors be sold in this mag isterial district Elijah Spoonamore and sister of Stanford were visiting their uncle Charles Spoonamore and family Sun day James F Cummins and wife of Stanford were here Sunday visiting their parents A LeNNon In Health Healthy kidneys filters the impun ties from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Fo leys Kidney Cure makes sound kid neys and will postively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It strengthens the whole system C C J E Stormes l m C Fox paying- G to Gle IIustonville was I IJEUNA YISTA Born to the wife of Drummond Me Murtry on the iSth ult a son Mr A Skinner purchased in Dauvilc List Monday one horse for 70 Mr W T King and wife are visiting near Silver Creek Rev Cooper of Nicholasvillo filled the pulpit at Mt Olivet Sunday the absence of the pastor Rev Junes llcmeily Mr Burbage a student at law in Greenville S C has been troubled for four or live years with a continous cough which he says greatly alarms me causing me to fear I was in the first stage of consumption Mr Bur base having seen Chamberlains Cough Remedy advertised concluded to try it Now read what he says of it I soon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of the twentyfive cent sizes was permanent ly cured Sold by all druggists 1 m of Wall Paper We are of the handsomest Pa pers that have ever been shown in Danville many of which were imported The prices range from the cheap est papers to the most expen sive specialties These pa pers are being opened daily and are on display at our store and the of Lancaster Garrard and ad joining counties are invited to inspect thorn Intimates gladly furnished on all kinds of decorating and painting work done promptly by com petent men Paints and Window Glass We havethe best readymixed paints on the market also leads oils varnishes and all kinds of painters supplies at the closest market prices 300 MAIN ST DANVILLE KY during H P I ISpringOpening I I i Will IIM6 OUR STOCK OF VEHICLES IS NOW READY FOR YOURINSPECTION OOCOOOO I I I xY Our display this season surpasses anything we have ever to show The Very Latest Novelties tie 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 d Now In StOCk I I 1 I attempted Over wTo llll re ill Vehicle 8 I00Xa Or t t house Outsmd Papering hide Let us furnish the material Your neeu- sPaMhig MCROBERTS Nathan Plaut Co having detirmined t o withdraw their capital we must turn our stock into VALUE The stock is now complete with seasonable goods want to sell you your S E tj rJ fJ TO Stock Baginning Saturday May 2 cash REGARDLESS OF CST OR FIRST COlE FIRST SERVED Jacob Joseph This sale is for Cash Only 0 0 d NTI10 SACRJFICE Reduce 0000000 000000000Ps OGOGO OOOOOGO OOOOOv- O oWe 0 0 0 O 0 0 OURS IS THE VERY BEST MADE 0 0 0 A Guarantee Goes kith Gallon Call ani See Us Our Prices are Right Everything In The Paint line FrisWs Drug Store 2g Each a Y 8e eOV0000000000000QO00000000U00090000000003 I W S DEAzjEY G C Paris Dentists 1 FAItIS BeazleY OlficeoverThomp sons store Ianville st a 1r- n DRUG STORE f S ForCircuit Olerk We are authorized to announce J W as a candidate for nomination for theofllco ot Clerk of the GamirtI Circuit Conrt subject totbe action of the Democratic party Old papers for sale Lenny HamIl- ton t s office AN T E R S f tt h I i HARROWS I S R E T N A L P KF POSTLE II I For the Farmer Traderand Housewife Stock Items Dairy Notes Horse Talk Crop Gossip Etc A feed lot is too small that compels animals to cat in filth Variety in feeding belongs to stock growing with all animals In selling mixed lots of stock the best always suffers by being sold with the inferior Stock farms dont wear out but be come more and more fertile and more and more profitable Feed generally is high priced and as far as possible everything that can be used to advantage should be stored under shelter Kansas City has an establishment that cans nothing but horse meat And it is rumored that some old mules go the same route The seedless apple swindler is working the farmers in some sections on agreement not to sell more than two trees to the person at per tree J A Ilowcrton bought of Jonas Weil 25 head of yearling cattle at 30 per head Nichols Bros delivered their 20000 Ibs of hemp Tuesday recently sold to Brent Bros at Kentuckian In northwestern Colorado thousands of cattle are reported to be starving The cattle are snowed In on tile high range in and Rio Grande coun ties without pasture or water and it is impossible to get feed to them 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 Hens that arq properly fed and kept continually busy digging and hunting for food are not likely to eat eggs pull feathers or grow too fat but are very likely to lay well so long as thus em ployedIt be safely stated that ffve hundred hens will support a family and there are few persons who keep more than that number but like any other occupation the must be taken out and whether the expenses are too great or not upon the extent of the opera tions As one man can attend to one thousand hens nearly as well as he five hundred it is plain that the smaller the Hock the greater the pro purtional expenses The growth of the telephone is one of the wonders of the age With exchanges in almost every town and city of importance and with lines already leading out like spider webs to many of the better rural districts the possibilities and advantages of the telephone are beginning to manifest themselves more vigorously each day The telephone is becoming more and more one of the most potent factors iii the commercial development of the la d once before in twenty years hafc the prospect for a record breaking wheat crop been so good as at this from all parts of the country vary but little and the burden of ill the reports is that prospects are her than for years There is plenty ofinie for the prospect to be spoiled before harvest but it now looks as if would be plentiful even if me a bescarce We wish to call your attention to the fact that w e are prepared give you the Best Cairiap Mtlni REPAIRINGwe Yon are not kept out of the use of your vehicle long Call and see our work i WJ Romans 550Paris Routt expenses business nly bread to and 4 J 1 1 profitable i Qb r moderate i 1 depends canto I Opp000p00000000 i 4l 0 Q 0 o r i 0- oI e a s i At Louisville Tuesday a hogsnead of tobocco was sold that had been packed twentyeight years It was the eld fashioned dark tobacco and was sweet and sound It sold for six rents Wheu you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect For sale by all druggist 1 m Malcolm Boswell sold his crop of growing hemp 20 acres to Brent Bros at 5 per 112 pounds E B Sparks sold to the Paris Milling Co 1500 bushels No 2 wheat at 75c per bushel Paris Kentuckian Foleys Honey and Tar is peculiarly adapted for asthma and hoarseness C C J E Stormes 1 m The falling off in the tobacco mark et is alarming Louisville dealers The sales last week were 4000 hogsheads under what they were in 1902 and 3 000 under what they were in 1901 From January 1st to date they are about 21000 hogsheads under what they were last year Foleys Honey and Tar contains no opiates and can safely be given to children C C J E Stormes 1 m There has never been a time in the history of the trade at this market says the Drovers Journal of Cnicago when the matter of supplies and prob able conditions of future markets for sheep and lambs was looked into with more eagerness than now Another advance of 30 and 40c in values this week has devoted prices to a level 1 and 150 higher than the experts in the trade had thought sheep and lambs would sell at this time of year when the feeding stock was bought here last fall and early in the winter Many thousand lambs sold here during the week at from 725 and 750 GREATLY ALAKMKI By a Persistent Cousin but Permanently Cured by Cliainlierlnluft Cough Too Great a Risk In almost every neighborhood some one has died from an attack of colic or cholera morbus often before medi cine could be procured or a physician summoned A reliable remedy for these diseases should be kept at hand The risk is too great for anyone to take Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has saved the lives of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than any other medicine in use It can ways be depended upon For sale by all druggists 1 m BOURNE J B Bourne sold a sow and pigs to Tim Ford for 26 Corn is selling here for 350 Mrs Lucy Marsee and son Vard of Sweeney spent Saturday and Sunda here visiting friends Mr Tom Broaddus and wife spent Sunday with Mr Allan Ray and family Noah Marsee of Lancaster visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Quite a number from here attended court at Lancaster Monday Misses Lucy Marsee and Mary Dur ham Messrs Chas Durham Grantand White Marsee of Marksbury attend ed preaching here Sunday and dined with Mr Tom Turner and family Miss Baker of Danville is the guest of her sister Mrs Wm McWilliams- Mr Lish Forbes of McCreary visi ted here Cat Scratch on the arm to the worst sort of a burn sore or a boll De Witts Witch Hazel Salve is a quick cure In buying Witch Hazel Salve be paticular to get De witts this is the salve that heals without leaving a scar A specific for blind bleeding itching and piles Sold by F P Frisbie 1m If the average man knew as many mean things about himself as he does about his neighbor be would be to look in a mirror Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After and all remedies failed Bucklins Arnica Salve quickly arrested further inflammation and cured him It aches 25c atvR E McRoberts 1 m undoubtedly ale per bbl ISundayFrom and kills druggist C protruding N ashamed doctors conquers 4 1 Notes tfufeeu at luatllutf pity p Jalnt Lick If any fellow gets the idea into his cranium that Paint Lick is a slow place he has only to visit that city to find he Is badly mistaken It was our pleasure to spend a few hours there a few days ago mingle with friends and get a good square meal at Ike Arnolds splendid Veranda Hotel Ike is running the Veranda right up to the minute and it has never been our pleasure to partake of a better meal than that prepared under the skilled hand of Mrs Arnold The stock of goods of R L Jennings Co was sold to Mr T M Lackey who will take possession as soon as in voice is made Mr Lackey was in business in Paint Lick for many years and is a splendid merchant Every one knows Tom and likes him Mr Jennings has several propositions un der consideration but has not yet de cided what he will do The Paint Lick bank has proven a greater success than even It most en thusiastic supporters hoped for Some thought it a bad venture at first but the careful management of Mr Kemp er nas established one of the best banks in the state and if you doubt the assertion ask any stockholder what he thinks of his investment A handsome brick building was erected but it is now found to be too small and contracts have been let for additions and improvements among the latter being handsome in side fixtures desks etc Mr Kemper is an exceedingly clever and sociable gentleman and he and Ollie Terrill the gentlemanly assistant make one feel welcome in their house Our good old Christian friend Mr I C Rucker is running the Buffalo Mills and making a success Have you got your garden in we asked No replied the jolly old miller but if I had any place to put it 1 most assuredly would move it in for theres going to be frost to night By the way he tells us his flour was given an award of four points higher on color by Minneapolis millers over anything produced in that great mill ing city His flour also scored high on all other points This is an exception ally fine compliment The merchants are always busy and it is seldom they have a chance for a social conversation Everybody is on the go and the thrift and enterprise is something remarkable You see few if any loafers hear no tattling see no drunkeness but on the other hand every fellow is hoeing his own roe attending to his own business and looking out for something for the betterment of his town Ollie Terrill tooK us way down un der the bridge to tell us very confi dentially that he was to get married We bit swallowed the hook and all but in a few minutes Dr Walker took us way up by the railroad bridge to tell the same story the same sweet feminine bud being im plicated so we came to the conclusion that either one or both of the clever young fellows were on a cold trail Heres hoping both will win Paint Lick is certainly on a Lodge Boom Nearly every secret society except the old time ku klux has a lodge in good condition With so ma ny in full blast theres great danger of catching the grip or more properly speaking of some fellow giving a grip away Our fingers were pulled like the teats of a cow and although we have the honor of being a member of most of the orders we couldnt keep up with them Occasionally we ran across one which we did not so receive neither could we so impart PAINT LICK We always miss our good friend Engleman when in Paint Lick His happy wit and jovial manner had won a host of friends who will ever him At a very small cost the town could have a splendid system of waterworks Should a fire break out in windy wea ther it would play havoc Paint Lick is almost as helpless in this regard as is Lancaster A Starling Te t To save a life Dr T G Merrit of Mehoopnay Pa made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure He writes A patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulcera tion of the stomach I had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not had an in 14 mouths Electric Bitters are postively guaranteed for Indigestion Constipation and Kidney Ty them Only 50c at R E McRoberts 1 m BUCKEYE Mr and Mrs Jasper Bogie and little son Henry Earl of Stony Point spent last week with the family of Mr Andy BogieMessrs Alex Walker and Sam ton are attending court in Richmond this wdek Mr Jesse Gulley Miss Minnie Broaddus of McCreary here SundayMisses Dell and Jennie Ray and Mae Miles of Poor Ridge weiC over Sunday Surely the correspondents appreci ated compliment The gave them last week undeserving as some of us may feel News is here have gone to work and the ladles are 1 A fIUlVtq f rPf Everybody PJ upomlDf going Butler 1 Dyspepsia were sCarCe f Lila Happy iuess extensive bait remember attack troubles Cots and Fannie the Record farmers housecleaning ar Business pjid Bargains I Pow tine milk cows for sale 410tf Lancaster Dairy Best Harness and saddles at lowest prices 424 tf Get prices on buggies J R Has eldens 424tf Go to Haseldens for harness of all kinds 424tf Every thing is a bargain at Hasel dens 424tf 1 per bushel for the best seed corn m27tf Potts Bros Wanted hemp Will pay high est market price R M West Lan cater 12tf If you need a saddle or a set of har ness call on J R Haseldens 424tf The best and largest stock of al kinds of seen in Lancas ter at bottom prices Romans El more 410 for carriage painting rubber tire and all kind of work 43tf If you own your lot you get the money to build you a house and pay it back in instalments which will be Hemphill43tf 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 bugles surries and phaetons received We are determined cheap Call and see us Romans and paint your carriage buggy c Work an finish guaran teed at Conns 4 We want your old surry buggy phaeton to paint and make new All work promptly done W J 410 Fountain and Stylographic pens and the best fountain pen ink Thompson the Jeweler Fine pedigreed Boar Ohio White Chester Will be permitted to serve a limited number of sows at 100 each Potts Bros m6tf Everyone is pleasedwith our fine carriage painting we have a first class painter W J Romans 410 I have secued a first class cartage painter who has had a large carriage painting this you can get else guar anteed Conns Carriage Shop 43tf It will not cost ysu much to have your old buggy liaeton made work promptly done W J Romans 410tf Board For Sale I have eighteen or twenty thousand white oak boards two to three feet made by Wm Rinckles which will sell in lots to suit purchaser W L Lawson tf Call and look large stock of Buggies etc and get price on be aston ished at low prices for nice work f 43tf Having decided to reduce our herd will sell a few good cows in full flow of milk Come early for choice 410tf Lancaster Dairy I am standing my registered Jersey Bull at 81 cash R L Elkin 320tf Fox the photographer never miss es coming on Friday a24tf The Fox Studio was crowded Friday He is doing some splendid work 24tf Have your Rubber tires put on by Conn and see Conns stock of Bugg ies and Carriages Can save you money 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 Dont put off having a good picture made your friends would like to have one Fox the photographer will be here today Friday 24tf Remember Fox the photographer is here every Friday a24tf WALLACETONDelayed Robert Gentry sold a small bunch of stock hogs for 6c per pound James A Wallace was taken sudden ly and seriously sick a few days ago but at this writing is convalescing James W Wallace had a hog to die a few days ago it is supposed from eat ing cuckelburs At a meeting of the Committee it was decided to use cement in plastering the new church here of lime as previously voted Maurice Yocum was down from Be rea Saturday and Sunday the guest of J A Baker and BakerSince the hail storm here Sunday and the excessive rain following some of our farmers have exhausted their vocabularies of original language and are now obliged to repeat some of their former express ves when they meet and give vent to their feelings by cussing and discussing the weather and the final result to crops And still the world moves on while the clouds continue to weep at frequent intervals R Haseldens ve iclesever See Conn before mai ontracts to ese Elmore410 WantedTo c Romans improved xp in painting and I can give o seas an anywhere Al ork newall thro h C ns Car a some Yo ill s h Saturday instead E W J our can just se ence ester sorry s oft families competitionno Bought by all Farmers and sold by GAINES BROS You owe it to your family to have a good picture taken so go to the Fox Studio Friday and have one made The work is splendid See our large line of harness and saddles J R Haselden 4 24tf You get the value of your money at Haseldens 424tf Buggies We have the largest and Ibestassortment of all kinds of buggies and delive ry wagons evershown in Lancaster Romans Elmore 410tf All kinds of repairing at Conns Call and see in one buggy you can get a duster and whip with buggy Romans Elmore 410 Japalack for painting floors and all wood work also sunproof paint at a10 We want 100000 pounds of wooland will pay the highest market price for same Elkin Doty Nabiscoes and Festinoes for lunches They are t Currey Notice All persons having claims against George Bright lately deceased are hereby notified to verify them accord ing to law and file them on or before June 2nd 1903 with me at Marcellus Ky or with my attorney W I Will iams at Lancaster Ky Geo B Rob inson Executor of George Bright m15t To My Friends I beg to inform you that Nathan Plant and Co Cincinnati Ohio who have heretofore furnished the capital for our business have ordered same withdrawn This compells us to throw our entire stock upon the market at a great sacrifice As yet our stock is complete so come quickly All those indebtsd to us will please settle at once and oblige J Joseph Agent Lancaster Ky 424tf PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell to the highest bidder on THURSDAY MAY 14 1903 the following described stock Four head horses 4 cows with young calves 21 head of sheep 19 lambs 3 sows with pigs all farming implements also household and kitchen furniture 20 barrels eorn 25 bushels wheat 2 and one sulky Farm implements all good and nearly new haIr of Piano Binder Sale to commence at 9 a m one and a half miles from town Terms made known on day of sale A M Bourne Auctioneer- td G W EVANS 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 respect printed in green and red with gray antique cover and high grade enameled book stock inside Copies will be gladly furnished on application L J IRWIN Genl Passenger Agent Geo L Garrett a17tf Louisville Ky a24 tf plaetons Carria ee nice every Thompsons 4104 a Da accounts buggies Ceremonies Exposition every AgtHenderson IEReES FeR our t t latest ad dson FAVOMITEI WEU WOMEN T I t 1 i We want trade and to get Iit you the BEST QUALr TV of goods at the lowest prices A good way to see if we are f the truth is to give us a trial order Watch for our ad on iMry CURREY OAVIDSON I H I I I U I fl I 11 It I It n It I It L 1t your wegivr telling 7th N ee4i++ MARKSBURY Charles Durham sold to Moses Dor ton nine shoats for 870 Robert Fox was the gaest recently of his uncle Monty Fox at Danville John Woods sold to Dr Jno Robards of Lebanon a good horse for 200 of Mr Andy Burdett one of the oldest citizens of Garrard county Rev Stal lings was accompanied by Mr Millard RoutMr J C Eubanks wife and little Mrs Faunae Pollard is quite ill at this writing their power to alleviate his suffering The members of the Fork church presented Rev Stallings 25 to pay his afineMonday Sunday GeorgeChesnut andDurham Itis to the Baptist Con vehtion Mrs Sim Parks of Marcellus visited Mrs H D Aldridge Monday Made Young Apia One of Dr Kings New each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D H Tur ner of Dempseytown Pa Theyre the best in the world for Liver Stom ach and bowels Purely yegtable Never gripe Only 25c at R E McRob erts Drug Store 1 m Hard hearts are apt to growharder and soft heads to grow softer The XRay Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the XRays establish it as a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is not a di sease of itself but that it results from repeated indigestion tHow Can I Cure My IndlgestionJ Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion and dyspepsia and prevent or cure Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol digests what you the stomach sweet expenses Southern I attacks of eatmakes Sold by F P Frlsbie 1 m N Life Pills and get prices on Corn Planters Cultiva tors Binders Mowers Hay Rakes and Binder i i TB WALKER tt SON See Us Hoosier U4 Gossip About People May fcyThtM Wt Arc hUraM ta J M Orand has returned to his home to Waco Tex Mr George Rogers of Danville was here Col W S Ferguson of Covlngton here this week Dolph Rice of Danville was a visi tor here Monday Jno Yeager of Boyle was here Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs Gregory spent Sunday in Richmond with relatives Miss Emma Hood who has been quite sick is reportad better Miss Cordle Hamilton has returned from a visit to Bryantsville Mrs Will Cook will return home after a visit in North Carolina and daughter of Kirks ville have beenvisiting Dr Chris Far ris Victor Rice wife acd little Stella Rice visited Mrs J I Hamilton Mon day Mesdames Mary Rice and Dolph Rice of Danville were visitors here Friday WO Bradley left this week for Louisville wheie she will reside in the future Miss Tommie Francis has returned from a visit to Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond has been the guest of Miss Louise KauffmanMisses Pearl Burnside and Sue Woods of Stanford were gussts of friends Thursday Homer Batson who has been a month here left Friday for his home in Louisville Miss Eliza Anderson left Wednesday to visit her cousin Miss Tally Orand at Huntsville TeL Miss Pauline Hocker and sister of Stanford are guests of their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan Master Tercy Burnside is spending several days with his aunt Miss Kate Walker of Lexington Miss Altie Marksbury entertained a few friends Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Christine Bradley Mrs Enoch Greham and Mrs T W Browning of Lexington have been guests of the family of J E Anderson Miss Christine Bradley is spending several days with Miss Margaret Tom linson befors going to her home in LouisvilleMr Blown wife and little daughter May of Ohio are guests of Mr Breatbitt Brown Jr and family in this vicinity Louis Landram was in Lexington yesterday for a few hours He was accompanied home by his nephew Master John Tercy Burnside who has been visiting his aunt Mrs Wood Dun lapMrs E C Gaines entertained the B T V club very charmingly Saturday afternoon Much fun was had guess ing in a bock contest of which Miss Lizzie Hudson was awarded the prize A dainty repast was served Mr and Mrs Yates Hudson of Mar cellus are receiving on the arrival of a boy baby at their house If the little fellow becomes as handsome as his mother and as clever as the old man he will be alright sure Langdoi Bread For Sale Also Feerless Iceland irar Best Ice Creai Call aId A IrW of ths today Mrs Farris MrS spend- Ing t Freezer ueaiiiy I MMIi aM Monday- SI lade HioM U jwi t HtALLO 5L Mr II A Stone made a business trip to Richmond thh week IinvUn Advocate Mis B W Galncsof Lancaster is visiting Mr 6 and family on Fourth St Danville Jno S Baugh man has returned from Covington where she visited Mr and Mrs George McEoberts Messrs Owen the Farmer Ed Walton of the In terior Journal and Joe Waters of the Lincoln Democrat were here ming ling with the court day crowd and raking in the cash for their splendid papers Each made The Record office a most pleasant call The young men entertained at a card funtion of attractive inhonor of the Thursday eve ning club at the Odd Fellows hall A nnmber of guests were present In to the club members The hall was beautifully decorated for the The lucky contestants were Miss Mattie Elkin and Mr Sam Denny Mr William Burton carried off the consolation prize At the conclusion of the game the happy party repaired to the Mason hotel where one of the most delightful repasts had been pre paired under the skillful supervision of Mrs Simpson The dining room and tables were especially pretty and the menu consisting of sandwiches salads pickles olives coffee chocolate ices strawberries and cakes was heartily enjoyed This was the last meeting of the Thursday evening club which has afforded much pleasure during winter months to the members invited guests Interesting Family It is seldom that a talent for particular thing runs through an entire family that we wish to men the wonderful aptitude of Mr A Bastin and his sons in regard to Mr Bastin who was born in Lincoln county and lived there until coming here took charge of the local exchange when it was in its infancy Prior to that time he taught school and a singular fact is that he received a firstclass 2nd gradj certificate to tech after being in school for one he took the Lancaster exchange there were only a few lines in use He went to work immediately to make it one of the best in the state and that he succeeded will be cheer fully testified to by any of the several hundred subscribers lIe understands every working of telephony and gives personal attention to much of the work The oldest sou Henly is 21 years of age He was at State College three years and graduated in electrical en gineering standing at bead of his SGa IDes NewsMrs McIntyre of Kentucky arrangements addition occasion anyone telephony ben t y W thiS ion ear HENLY BASTIN class He then went to Perdue Lafayette Ind from which institution he will graduate in a few davsCiHis principal study is and we saw a letter where he would grade with the first in the Henly put in the new system of in Lancaster and the work has been highly praised by every electrician who has seen it He will receive a di ploma from Perdue something few electricians can boast of He has a brilliant future before him He has a number of splendid offers from leading telephone people but has not yet decided what he will Ross the next son is one of the best telephone men in Kentucky and notwithstanding he has not yet had advantage of schools in the business he can do anything needed by the company When it is stated that the local company covers a vast amount of territory and has never had to send to the city for an expert to do any work and the further fact that the local system is the best in Central Kentucky it goes to show the remarkable aptitude and skill possess ed by Mr Bastin and his energetic sons Prior to entering the telephone business Mr Bastin was engaged in the mercantile business at Crab He is a good business man and the thorough system with which the Lancaster exchange is conducted goes to show what careful study and hard work will accomplish Lancaster has the best telephone exchange and in the state and the people owe Mr Bastin a debt of gratitude for the hard work he did to bring it about 100 acres of grass for rent Apply at this office mltf are well pleased with our fine painting and repair ing W J Romans mltf We handlejfand have in stock the followingblgh grade buggies surreys phaetons The Columbus Buggy Co Kauffman Curtis and Reid Moyer And many cheaper grades We have buggies at all prices Romans El more mitf University telephony already accept local Orchard service Our Carri cotu u u II WodhulL clasS CARTEjUSVILLE Mr J B Carter and wire are in Lan caster for a few days Mr John tvif j are visi ting Mrs II Green this week Rev A J Murrell passed through our town Sunday hunting his lost horseMiss Gertrude Roopis visiting her grandmother Mrs T J Turner near Silver Creek this week Carter and Johnston have their drilling in order again and are now at work expecting a flow ot oil at any time The Death angel visited Mr and Mrs John Ponders home last Tuesday at 3 oclock and took from them the blossom of their family Miss Lizzie Ponder who suffered liking one day being four months She was a sweet Christian girl and a favorite among all who knew her Miss Ponder was a member of the Baptist church and has lived up to her Masters commands She was just sixteen years old Her remains were laid to rest in the Car tersvllle Cemetery Send us your old buggy surrey phaeton or any kind of vehicle let us make it look as good as new WJ Romans mltf MANSE Hence Burk sold 3 mules to Robt Arnold for 290 J T Higgins sold a horse to Tenill for 100 Mr Jesse Dunn and mother have been visiting relatives in Bryantsville Miss Nettie Parks of Lawrenceburg visited her sister Mrs Lizzie Dunn last week Aunt Mant Terrill of color who once belonged to Mr Toles Terrill died a few days ago at Dr Ramseys She has been making her home there since she was freed and has been a faitbfu servantRev writes that he and part of his family expect to to the parsonage this week The Sunday School has been here for some time and all the children of the communtly are invited to attend and manifest the interest that has formerly been taken Mr Lewis Francis of Richmond visited relatives here Sunday Mr Josh Dnnn of Brodhead was the guest of relatives here last week Miss Lucy Francis of Lancaster has been visiting her sister Mrs A K WalkerMiss Burk made a flying trip to Bryantsville last week POINT Miss Maud Spainhower spent Satur day and Sunday with her have recently moved to their new home the Lawson farm Mr Steve Adkinson sold to his one sow and six pigs for 35 Mr Willie Sadler entertained sever al friends at his home Sunday Noah Spainhower bought of F T Higginbotham one lot and house on the Richmond pike near Point Leav ell for 8546 DEWEYS NEW RESPONSIBILITY Plrtorp of the Hero of Manila Thnl Wm Put to Good Cue The boy pupils of a downtown school were studying the history of the war with Spain says the Philadel phia Times One boy seemed to have difficulty in remembering the names of some of the American naval who were conspicuousin that trouble souvenirs of the jubilee parade of 1809 take these buttons home this afternoon study them over night and tell me in the morning which is Schlej which is Dewey and which Sampson She handed him the buttons bearing the likenesses of the three command ers and the boy took them and went homeIn the morning the teacher called him to her desk and asked him if he knew the names of the three officers second this is Sampson Thats right thats right very good Of course the third is the third button Please maam he replied me mudder took Dewey and sew d him on me pants dis morning French Women Sailor Questions having been raised on the subject of the decision of tilE French maritime authorities to allow women to act as sailors in the channel fish ing smacks the minister of marine has addressed a circular Jo all the French port officials in which he says cannot navigate as captains but according to the French law they can not be prevented from embarking as members of the crews Singular Snow Column Nieves slightly in dined snow columns resembling shrouded figures doing penance are a peculiar phenomenon of the Andes to which Sir M Conway has given at tention They are the last remnants of drifts or slides which have hardened in vertical strata of different densities Civil Service Examination Of those taking civil service for appointment in federal de partments last year 69 per cent re the required percentage and 31 per cent fell short of it Of those who passed the examinations 25 per cent were and 75 per cent not appointed Sams Women Workers Nearly 7400 women are employed in the various government departaeali at Washington I Sowders and move organ- Ized LEAYELL parentswho father ou a Button comma lrs going sayingThis iswhere I gave you fad ers Women penitenles become examinations c ived were I I gsa Vela t CLAY KING 29 4 227 34 IfiJ hands high owned by W T Noel and W B ISurum BlOwn horse bred by Thus B Armitage New York N Y Sire of The King 213 Nellie Bruce 218 Clay Wilkes 27j i Justin M2s6i Dorado By King Clay 594 Marble 214 Eola 2 J Edgar 2r28 Clay ld4raAmr220U by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay granddam of Maid 21 Sire of St St Patrick 2 U433 others sons have sired 175 and daughters have Produced Dick 212 Strongwood 212f Homestake 2 darn Belle Brandon Hnmbletonla 10 Dam of Amy f9 sIre of 33 sire of Hire of George Wilkes Electioneer Hippy Medium harold etc darn Jenny by Young Bacchus King 5 H of Clay King Is a son of Harry Clay Emmona Duroc His stud career is practically just begun and there Is not horseman in the who does not regard him wonderful sire of early and extreme Every mau at the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what hasnever by the produce of other horse they have seen his yearling step quarters in seconds and then qualities as those of any ever quartered in 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 pre OASTEL Black Jack 15 hands high foaled In 1894 sired theMitchel Jack he G rises he by Bob Lee be by Black Hawk he Imported Warrior Dam was Jarden Bur dine big 16 Jennet Catel will make the season of 1903 at stable 1 mile below Buckeye on the pike leading to Kentucky River at 6 to Insure a Horse Mule or 8 to Insure a Stare Mule Young Sampson Black Jack 15J hands high foaled in 1899 known as the Jeff Dunn young Jack stand at the same place at Seven Dollars-I both Jacks under the same terms to insure a living colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt for season Not responsible if any accident should occur W T Noel Buckeye Ky rnJffirrtJ rB1 rnii I II fr0 I 22 Guard The Raven 226 11 Daisy M I m 219 Doc Queen2 etc o etc 2 i of2 Stardamtodayt r I 3i representativesm site II lIB notbe 1m c II FJ 1m willstand FiI Iii if r I1 4 a75 S King 2 2734 and 2t44 Sprague 220 Vilmar229 and a a as- a hr 133 This is the time of year for BE PREPARED FOR THEM We issue a splendid POLICY- at a very SMALL COST which will PROTECT Kimird General Insurance Agent Is presumed to know the law except the there Is a court of appeals to correct his A schoolboy says it rule in the hands of his teacher that works both ways Probably the best housekeeping plan is not to mortgage the house If all a mans weak spots were you would think he had the mea INSURANCE YOUR Every man Judgeand mistakes i Is the visible sese I CYCLONES a red eruption breaks out on the body sores and ulcers in the month the throat becomes ulcerated the hair eye brows and lashes fall out the blood becoming more contaminated colored splotches and pustular eruptions and sores appear upon of groins j Kentucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 21 five days Crab Orchard July 22 four days Cynthlana July 29 four days Guthrie July 29 four days Danville Aug 4 four days Madisonville Aug 4 five days Lexington Aug 10 six days Fern Creek Aug 18 four days Lawrencequrg Aug 18 four days Shepherds vi lie Aug 18 four days Maysvllle Aug 19 four days Sbelbyville Aug 25 four days Florence Aug 26 four days Horse Cave Aug 26 four days Bardstown Sept 1 five days Nichoiasville Sept 1 four days Somerset Sept 1 four days Glasgow Sept 2 four days Elizabethtown Sept 8 four days Bowling Green Sept 15 four days Kentucky State Fair Owensboro Sept 21 six days Henderson Sept 29 five days tf POSTEDThe undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for hunting fishing or any purpose whatever as we will prose cute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law I S F Embry Ed N B Price Dave Thompson Henry Cox Lucien Perkins David Stephens Mrs N Anderson Clay Sutton T L Broaddus J W Sutton B L Kelly Mrs JHansburv West F J White J S Daniels Mrs P D Gill HemphillWalden HALF RATESto New Orleans and rerurn via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets on sale May good re turning until ten days from date of sale with privilege of extention Ask Ticket Agents for particulars Qeo Smith Jr NOTARY PUBLIC rates Office at L Walkers of flee A true woman never attempts to drive nails with a hammer if there is a hair brush handy 1 2 3 4 specialtyL i Contagions Poison Is the name sometimes given to what is generally known as the BAD DIS EASE It is not confined to dens oi vice or the lower classes The purest and best people are sometimes infected with this awful malady through handling the clothing from the same vessels using the same toilet articles or otherwise coming in contact with persons who have contracted it It with a little blister or sore then swelling in thess Ten xears agro I contracted a bad case ofBlood Potion Iwas under treatment of a phyiician until found thathe could do me no good Then began Icommenced to improve at once and inavery short time all evidence of the disease disappeared I took six bot ties and today am sound and well B X Wall Team S S taking- S the body and the poison destroys the bones S S S is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even in the worst forms It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that eVen Mrs F M Farra L Davidson Jas R Henry W A Burton J C Hemphill Price Bros George Leavell W S Ferguson J M Orand W L Lawson W M Mahan R A Beazley Wm Lear Alex West V A Lear Robt Gulley the blood and penetrates to all parts of the Unless you get this out of blood it will ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon children for it can be transmitted from parent to child S S S contains no system I ormercury is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound k our home treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison If want medical advice a history your case1 and our physicians wilT all the information you wish without THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C ATLANTA U iW daaIpw h5 N but us sup GAMBRUNO 1712 Record 229 14 Sire of Maggie Ranglimrin 2 2TO Gamrose trial lJrJI the high acting horse sold by J B Stewart for 5000 January 1902 by Gambetta Wilkes 210 14 Sire of Weed Wilkes 2 10 Lot tie Lorine 2 XVi Cambrel 210K Eyelet 21 Emma Offutt 2114 etc First dam Delilah dam of Clementine 219 Jennie by Administrator 357 220 Second dam Nary Elmore dam of Cleveland 228 by Mambrnnello 221 Third dam by Star Davis Fourth dam dm by Brown Pilot is a brown stallion 153 hands high splendid form and action and will make the season of 1903 at my farm on the Lancaster pike 4 miles from Danville Ky At 15 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled much after by dealers he having his own racing qualities as a twoyear old driving Dr Sparks In third heat in 22 Grass furnished at 250 per mouth- I will also stand a mule jack at 8 to insure a living colt Not responsible for ac cidents JOHN S BAUGHMAN Phon 2 Danville Ky of Sired Gnineite 2 06 C 222 Gam bruno producesought proved firstclass also 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 SALLZE D TZLLET S SK KS S SKSKSXSKS I LEWIS Y LKAVELL j 5 ROBINSON President Vice Pre ORGANIZED 1883 I The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK 1 Of LANCASTER KY S CAPITAL Jsoooo SURPLUS 10009 B F HUDSON Cashier i W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 V A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W H Kinnaird THE HANDSOMEST LINE OF MILLINER I i 2 2 2 i 2 2 i 1493 si2 KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all I diseases FOLEYS or refunded Contains remedies recognized by as best for Kidney and Bladder troubles PRICE SOc and 100 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it eminent KingsNew For 4 c A Perfect Cure oUous and ULD8 Price SIc II 101 For All Throat and TroublesLung Money back if It fails Trial Bottles free T M 33 nram I I KIDNEY CURE Is I Guaraitnl Rill M331T Doctor of Veterina ry Medicine Grad uate of McKillip Veterinary College of Chicago Ills attention to Veterinary durgery and Dentistry al so canine Residence and cor 1st and Broadway Tel 357 DANVILLE KENTUCKY Lancaster Lodge 104 office FAMStated meetings every second and fourth Tuesday nights Craftsmen visiting in our city are fraternally in vited to sit with us R KINHAIRD Secretary Louis LANDRAM Maste I J KOnOL KOnOL KOnOL KOnOL digests what you eat cleanses purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach and bowel troubles I accelerates the action of the gas tric glands and gives tone to the digestive organs KOnOL relieves an of all nervous strain gives to overworkedstomach the heart a full free and untrammeled action nourishes the nervous system and feeds the brain KOnOL Is the wonderful remedy that Is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by giving to their bodies all of the nourishment that is con talned in the food they eat Bottles only Size holding 254 times the trial size which sells for SOc rrtMtri only IT E C BewlTT CO CUCiML Election Officers At a regular meeting of the Democratic mittee of Garrard County held in Lancaste Ky on April 18th 1903 he following officer were selected to serve ui the democratic Prim ary Slay the 9th 1903 most of them ugreeini to serve gratis Court House Judges S D Roth well and Ri LBettls Clerk C A Arnold Sheriff Johri N White East Park Judges J L McCarley Patterson Clerk James Denny She Ballard West Park Judges A D Ford James Clerk Tom Wherritt Sheriff James ton J West Brjantsville Judges G A B K Poindexter Clerk A C Bowliu James Leavell East Bryantsville Judges O botham M F Rout Clerk R A JIcv Sheriff Royston Buckeye Judges R L Burton Eli Clerk John Bogle Sheriff William R Walkers Schoolhouse Judges J R C SBallew Clerk Charles Shepherd Boone Sanders Union Precinct Judges J C F Bnrnsides Clerk Woods Walker Jerry Higgins Paint Lick Judges Jack Adams Jor mack Clerk KL Arnold Sheriff G lardIt was ordered that these officer oath and hold the election accord reporting the results to the comf as the costs of holding the ele precinct Ordered that the again on Friday 34thday of purpose of settling the clai dates for county offices th to them and for the transa ness It was fnrteer ordered that tuo iimittee meet on May the 12 1903 and tabulate and cer tify the vote of county WOODS Chair M P HUGHES Secretary 100 J W a the E L Con 7